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NEW GOODS !!
W. & S. PATTON.
AFTER returning thanks to the citizens of
Columbia and vicinity, for the very liberal
share of patronage bestowed upon them during
the past Spring and Summer, would again call
their attention to their NEW STOCK of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
Consisting of Cloakings, French, English an
German do—Coburg's Paramettas and Plaids
Dress Goods, Plain, Plaid and Fancy Colored
Cashmeres, California and Lama Plaid Bomba
zines, Alpaccas, Mexican, Buena Vista and Cerro
Gordo Plaids, Woolen do. Superior quality Lou.
don Glassy Alpaccas, Lustre Plaid and Striped do.
S 11.11FPAL S.
Chashmere, Terkerre, Embroidered, &c.
Thibet, Silk and Wool Fringes. Blanket, Plain
and Plaid Cloth do. New style Belgian Shawls.
Cloths and Cassinteres:
A large assortment of Cloths, West of England
and French Cloths and Cassimeres, very fine, and
extra width—Blue, Brown, Drab, Olive, Invisible
Green, Mixed and Black British and American
Cloths—Plain and Fancy Ca•sirneres Satinets,
Kentucky Jennes, both plain and striped, Bever.
teens, Velvet Coards. Coarse Cloths and Satinets,
Complete assortment of Boys' Wear, woolen
and worsted—Velvet and Satin' Vestinag. plain
and figured—Tiekings and Drillie.gs, Fl&nnels,
Welsh Gause and Shrouding Flannels, assorted
colors, Domestic and Canton Flannels, assorted.
Gloves and Hosiery, Kid, Silk, Buck and Woolen
Gloves and Mitts, Silk, Lamb's Wool and Cotton
Hose, French Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, very
low. Furnishing Goods. Blankets, Wonl and Rag
Carpets of the nest quality—Floor and Table Oil
Cloths, Feathers, Looking Glasses, Umbrellas,
China and Queensware, Fresh Groceries, Superior
Teas, just imported. Camphene and Lamp Oils,
Mackerel by the barrel, Silt by the sack, new crop
Sugars, Strained Honey. Sze.
Our Goods hive been selected with great care
for cash, besides are all new and free from moth
eat or damage, We therefore feel ourselvi s able
and willing to sell low for cash, and give every
satisfaction to those who may call to examine our
goo.ls at the New Cheap Cash Store, corner of
Front and Locust st.
Columbia, Nov 6, 1847.—tf
LIST OF BOOKS
Recently received and for sale at the
COLUMBIA BOOK STORE,
Locust Street, opposite the Post Office.
Lome and Tray. Libraryt Ladles' Work Box
Capt. Roberts t Tim Rustle
Laughable Stratagems , Lover's stories of Ireland
Marston / Laver's Songs and Ballads
Horse keeper's Guide $ Ross's Bonk Keeping
Last days of Pompeii 3 Washington and his Gen's.
Eugene Aram I Way to Live Well
Miss Pickerlng's Novels I Health made Elity
Nary Morns Ladies' Work Table Book
Literary Ladies of Englaud ' Ilolltck's (tight of Life
Evelyn Nurse's Rhyme Book
Mabel, the Actress Aladdin
Rescued Nun Chambers' Inf. for People
Philosophy of Evil Ruse of Masahiko:l
Life of Gen- Taylor / Tourist's Guide
Mexico and her Military 3 Green oil Gambling
Chieftains Portraits of Gem Taylor
Life of Gen. Lafayette •• Independ'ce Hall
Taylor land lils Generals American Wife
Alta California Mothers' Medireil Guide
Conquest of lama Pelnfant Trealiu , ilt
Ladies' Self Instructor Works of Miss Loudon
Winter Gift for Ladies ;
Out Is's Revelations
Ladies' Guide i
And a variety of other
be sold at the lowest rat-
books all of which will
PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER,
OR TIIE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE.
TILE subscriber begs trove to Infiniti, the citizens of Co
lumbia and vicinity that he tins just received from
Providence. R. 1., three boxes of Perry Davis's Pltill
Killer, so well known in the New England states fur
removing alt kinds of pains, no matter what kind—Rheu
matism, Aching Face, Aching Teeth, Hums, Pain in the
neck, back, and head; Colds. Chola, pain, &c.,&e.. nail
for sole mily by W. A. LEADER.
Ct lambi , , November 8, 1817.—tf.
Attend to Your Coughs and Colds.
DR. JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT.
von Colps, Asthma, Spilling of 1310011. Honp•
I` toe Cough. Croup. lionnciieee, Pain and Soren.■ of
the Side and Hack, ennentopii tttt and ail diaeaees of the
Limas and Menet, &e., dr.c. For enie by
N iv3o'47-tt W. A. LEADER.
CANDY! CANDY!! CANDY !!!
ALL kinds of Molasses Candy. Nov York cream, Coco
nut, Groundnut, &c., manufactured and for sale at
the lowest mice., at Nn. ISL North Fourth Street, two
doors below Vine, h iladel ph ia . Shopkeepers and
others dealing hi these articles are respectfully invited to
FURS: FURS I I FURS :I
THE subscriber would respectfully invite
Ladies and Gentlemen about visiting
Philadelphia, and in want sof
Such as MUFFS, BOAS, TIPPITS, &c., to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as
they will find it to their advantage and no
AU orders recelived shall be faithfully attend
ed to at No, 93, North Third Street. above
Arch, Philadelphia. J AMES BEISKY.
Mr - BUFFALO ROBES always on hand.
Philadelphia, October 36,18,17.-3 m
A splendid assortment of the .latest styles just
received and for sale CHEAP at
oct23'47•tf J. D. J. WRIGHT.
murrs: MUFFS:! MUFFS:::
A splendid assortment jest received and fur sale
VERY CIIEAP at
J. D.S. J. tVRIGUIT
NEW YORK CHEAP STORE,
Front Street, Columbia, Penn•a.
rplIE subscriber is now selling off at COST his
entire stock of new and well selected Dry
Goods, Groceries, Dots, Caps, Boots. Shoes and
ready made Clothing, without reserve.
Strangers and citizens will save 20 per cent., by
calling at the New York Cheap Store, before
making their purchases elsewhere, as the
Great Reduction of Prices
will induce every person wishing Cheap Goods, to
uuy without further trouble.
ramatz r. GROCERIES,
Such as Coffee, sugar, Molasses, Teas, Fish,
Ready Made Clothing,
Such as Coats, Pants, Vesis, shirts. Drawers,
Collars, Bosoms, Suspenders, etc. ; all of which
will be sold cheaper than at tiny other store in Co
lumbia, to close ;he concern.
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
Selling at about half price ; coarse heavy Boole for
winter, fine calf akin do.; also, Brogans of all va
rieties and sizes, selling off cheap.
HATS AND CAPS,
For men and boys; fine Beaverteen, Nutria and
Angola Hats. all sizes; Fur, loth, Seal, Gingham.
Glazed and Silk glazed Caps of all sixes ; also, Boys'
Fancy Trimmed Caps. All of which will be closed
at - prleesio' sult — purchasers. as the subscriber is
anxious to wind up his business in this place.
Country produce taken in exchangeat market
priers. ELIAS R AUB.
Columbia, October 23, 1847.
COLUMBIA LIVERY STABLES.
THE subscriber having fitted up a Livery
Stable, in the Borough of Columbia, at the
WAsuirinToN HOTEL, would respectfully call
the attention of the citizens and community to
that fact. He, having gone to considerable
care and expense to get up such a stand as the
town never yet had, would beg leave to an
nounce, the lie has prepared himself with a
SAFE STOCK OF HORSES,
Together with different kinds of CsastrAGEs,
to suit the travelling community, now asks a
share of patronage due to a public good, and
hopes by strict and prompt attention to his line
of business, to merit the same.
Ye youthful heroes, all draw near
And to my feeble song give ear,
If you in Horsemanship delight
And on some bairn) , moonlit night,
Perchance some fair one at. your side,
Enjoy the pleasure of an evening ride.
A Carriage, Horse, or Coach you need
To J. 13. Edwards, then first speed,
To serve you all, you'll find him able,
By calling at his Livery Stable.
JOHN B. EDWARDS
Columbia. October 30, 1847.—Gm
X. ZEIGLER Would respectfully inform
his friends, and the public generally, that he
has received and offers for sale, at the stand for.
merly occupied by the Messrs. Kendrick, Locust
street, a few doors oast of the Town Hall, a small
select stock of
FANCY AND VARIETY GOODS AND
Foreign fruits—Raisins, Currants, Oranges, Lem
ons, Prunes, the different kinds of Nuts, 4c., 4-c.
TOYS and FANCY ARTICLES—ToiIet per.
fumes, Soaps, Brushes, Combs, &c. Stationery,
a good assortment.
He offers also for sale Pure Ground Spices, sure
to give satisfaction.
Also, an assortment of Shoe Findings, and Cord.
wainers' kit, of the very best and approved quality.
lie therefore solicits the patronage of the public,
with an intention to sell at very moderate rates.
Columbia, October 30, 1847.—ff.
Li ILK'S, Shawls, Cashmeres, Delaines, Mcrinoes,
and a variety of all other kinds of goods which
n ill be sold low for cash, at Young & Cassell's,
No. 50, Front street, Columbia. Oet-23-tf
W. 8.; S. PATTON
- FRENCH MERINOES.
JUST opened all the desirable shades of those
splendid TIIIBET CLOTHS so much in de
mand ut present for cloaks and dresses—warranted
from the celebrated factory of Lupcns & Co. At
the BEE HIVE,
AUCTION. GOODS, AUCTION GOODS.
MHE subscribers have just received a very ex.
tensivo assortment of seasonable Goods, prin.
cipally purchased at Auction, at much below tho
regular prices, which are offered at a small advance
on cost, and on favorable terms.
PETER. HALDEMAN & Co
Wanted, one or two experienced Salesmen.
Columbia, Oct. 23—tf
FIVE Dollars Reward. Lost or stoke, on the
15th inst.. a brindle colored bull Dog, low set
and bushy tad, white on one side of the face, with
a small piece bit out of the loner lid of the right
eye, answers to the name of Bull. Tne above re
ward will be paid on the delivery of ;he dog, or
thief, to the owners YOUNG & cAssELL.
Columbia, Oct. 23. 1.947.4
RICE TERKERIE SHAWLS.
TUST opened 50 of the most superb Tcrkerri
, L ) Shawls, direct from N. York, at various prices,
at least 50 per cent lower than the same quality
and styles has ever been scld in this city. At the
lg doors North of the Post Office N. Queen at.
Lancaster, Oct. 23, 18-17—tf.
THE CRY IS STIELTREY COME."
TUST received GO pieces of those splendid French
and English Plaids so much worn for Ladies
reliant] Winter Dresses. At the Bee Hive, North
Queen street. CIIAS. E. WENTZ & HItO.
Lancaster, Oct. 23, 1847—tf
RENCII SIIRINOS for Cloaks! The largest
u and most. splendid assortment ever offered in
Lancaster, and comprising every shade and color,
now opening and for sale low at the New York
Store. GRIEF, lIART & GILBERT.
Lancaster, Oct. 16, 1847.—tf
E. H. SMITH,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES, BONNETS, CAPS,
PALM LEAP HATS, A: c.
108 Race Street—White Swan Hotel Phiadelphia
Philadelphia, Oct. 16, 1847—Gt.
FRINGES ! CLOAK. FRINGES !!
FRINGES of every variety - of width and color
to match French Merinos at the New York
Store. GRIPE, HART & GILBERT.
Lancaster, Oct. I G, 1747.—tf
ci.o•rtis! ei.o.rii-s!! CLOTHS !! ?
BLACK, Blue Black, Brown, Green and every
other color, from the hest French and English
manufactures, from 81.75 per yard upwards, from
the Boston and New York Markets, now opening,
at the New York store.
Oct. 16—if GRIEL, HART & GILBERT.
CASSINI ERES, S ATI N ETTS, &c.
NTOW opening a splendid assortment of plain
vi black and fancy Cassi mares, comprising some
new and beautiful styles, also, Satinets. super
bangup cord, a very fashionable article, all of which
we offer low at the New York Store.
Oct. 16—tf GRUM, HART & GILBERT.
SII AWLS ! SHAW LS ! !
MIIIBET, Mod ie, Plaid, Cashmere, Turkerri, Silk
j_ Casa mere, Blanket Crape, and every variety of
Shawls for sale low at the New York Store.
Oct.l6—tf GRIEL, lIART S. GILBERT.
DRESS AND FANCY GOODS.
SUPER all wool Cashmeres, M. do Laines, Ore.
gon Plaids, Cashmere Plaids, Satin, Striped,
Royal, Purple and Blue Plaid Alpacas, Striped
Plaid and Changable Silks, Cashmere, Crape and
Silk Scarfs, Gloves, Ribbons, Lawns, &c , &c.. now
opening at the New York Store.
Oct.l6—tf GRIEL, HART & GILBERT.
The cold winds of autumn sigh sad o'er the les.
And the Shorm•epirit frolics in horrible glee;
On the breast of the Rood the sere forest-leaves float.
And Nature's voice whispers "Mau, buy thee a Coot l"
What. Snow I_by my faith I seem turning to stone
The crates a good thing. bat is useless alone,
blio longer in Summer's light livery dressed.
I must have Winter Drawers. Pants, Skirts and a Peat!
And now. where to buy cheapest. and where to buy best
And where can I be most becomingly dressed:
•• Ay there le the rub"—let me see : In the ..Spy,••
Pawn:sawn looms up the tallest, I'll go there and try!
The wind *bonder' •• Co f•• and the storm spirit prances
And the eddying flood with the forest-leaf dances.
And Nature applauds—wb lie in elegant dresa.
The bard hi PEETSMAN. and PRETSMAX,
Columbia. Oct. lith.l647•—tf
North Queen street
FRENCH MERIN()ES ! !
n o - P. STEWARDS Patent Air-Tight and
• Hot. Air Summer and Winter COOKING
STOVE, for Wood or Coal. Sold only at No. 86,
Baltimore Street, Baltimore, by the subscriber, hav
ing the exclusive right to sell them in the States
of Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia and
all Pennsylvania west of the Susquehanna river.
This celebrated Stove has now a character which
no other has ever attained, and has been often
enough and long enough tried to warrant the dec.
laration that it is the best Cooking Stove in Ameri
and should any doubt it I am ready to test it
with any other stove, either as a fuel saver, or com
plete operator. It has never bean surpassed, If ever
equalled, and I have any amount of testimony sub
stantiating the assertion.
The first premium was awarded to this stove at
the fair of the American Institute, New York; the
first premium by the Franklin Institute, Philadel.
phia ; first premium by the Mechanics• Institute,
Boston; first premium by the Delaware State Ag
ricultural Society, September 1846.
Its performance is warranted in every case. It
is e ,ually well adapted to wood or coal, and will do
more work with less fuel than any other Stove ever
offered to to public. In winter it will warm the
largest kitchen, and when fixed for summer, with
time summer dress attached, it warms the room no
more than a charcoal furnace, end fur bailing, broil.
ing, roasting, baking, &c., was never surpassed by
any Stove, open fire or brick oven.
This Store was Patented in 1838,—is made of
the best material and workmanship, by the Patentee
in Troy, New York, thousands being sold annual.
ly in the eastern States, one house in Boston- last
year sold 1807 of them. Since their introduction
in Baltimore, hundreds have been sold, and are in
successful operation, giving complete satisfaction in
almost every instance.
I have a number of certificates from gentlemen
of high character and undoubted integrity, which
I will take trleasure in showing to any who may
call on me, and would refer to the following named
persons amongst the many who have them in use
in Baltimore; R. A. Dobbin, editor of the "Amer
ican," Mr. Abell, editor of the "Sun," Mr. Barnes,
editor of the "Patriot," Rev. Dr. Green, Rev. R.
Piggot, Rev. Mr. Harrison, Rev. Mr. Munroe, Dr.
Bear, Dr. McMannus, Dr. Diffendaffer, Dr. Mon
monier, with near Gm hundred others in Baltimore,
Merchants, Mechanics, and Laboring men. NVe
wish, however, this Stove to stand upon its own
merits and not on what myself or the multitude say
about it and invite a trial of it, and should it fail to
give satisfaction it may be returned any time in
twenty days at the expense of the subscriber.
For sale by Messrs. JAMES & SAMUEL
SMITH, WRIGHTSVILLE, my only Agents
north of Baltimore.
THOMAS G. HAPPERSETT.
Gal G.-3m. No. 86, Baltimore St., near Gay.
COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA AND
r[IIIE Indian Vegetable Balsam is the only rcmc
dy that can arrest with certainty the various
pulmonary affections under which thousands sink
into the grave.
No one ever used this Balsam according to three
tions without finding relief. It positively cures
Asthma, Bronchitis, Inflamation of the Lungs and
Throat, Coughs, Colds, ‘Vhooping Cough, Croup,
Consumption, &c. It does all it promises, and all
that is asked is just to gave it a fair trial, and it will
at once prove its superiority over every thing of the
P. ii. & co
The Indian Vegetable Balsam is prepared only
by 11. M. Crawford, Philadelphia, and for sale by
C. Westbrook, Agent for Columbia ; Anderson,
Marietta ; C. S. Kauffman, Washington ; Jno. Heir
& Son, &Se Harbor. Oct. 16-6 m.
TOR Cloaks, Dresses, &e. A. large and well se.
X lected assortment, comprising some new and
beautiful styles for children's wear, now opening
at the New York Store.
Oct. GRIEL, If ART & GILRERT.
gifiE subscribers have constantly on hand a
1. full assortment of Wood,Coat, and Cooking
Stoves of every size and description, Cannon
Stoves. Also, Headenburg's Patent
AIR-TIGHT PARLOR STOVES,
which has given full satisfaction in all cases.
The public are invited to call and examine for
themselves, at the Hardware Store of
Oct. 9—tf RUMPLE S HESS.
r HE undersigned having recently established
an extensive Iron Foundry at Wrightsville,
York county, Pa., are now prepared to furnish
Stoves, Hollow-ware, Car and Ma
of the best quality of material and workmanship at
short notice. Our assortment of STOVES is bage,
and of modern and approved patterns, consisting of
PLAIN WOOD and BOILER-TOP STOVES,
sfiall sizes ; NINE PLATE COOK, " VIC
TORY COOK," "COMPLETE
COOK,"—for wood or coal—
And other COOKING
AIso—COAL. STOVES. of the latest designs and
all sizes, suitable for Parlors, Chambers and
Offices. Also, BOAT 57V VES, BOX
STOVES, CHARCOAL FUR
NACES, 4-c., 4-c., .4-c.
Our assortment of HOLLOW-WARE consists of
Pots, Kettles, Round and Oval Ovens and Lids,
Skillets, Spiders and Lids, Cook-Pots, Deep and
Shallow Pans, Bread Pane, Griddles, Andirons,
Waffleirons, Gridirons, Spittoons, Wagon and Car
riage Boxes, &c., &c., &c., together with Water
Pipes of all sizes. ALSO,
CAR WHEELS AND OTHER CAR
THRESHING MACHINE CASTINGS, of the
most approved patterns, PLOUGH CASTINGS,
MILL GEARING and MACHINERY CAST-
INGS, of every description.
Our location being favorably situated at the junc•
tion of the Baltimore and Susquehanna Railroad
and Susquehanna and Tide Water Canal, with the
Pennsylvania Improvements, gives us facilities
which will enable us to manufacture and forward
castings to any point with despatch, and at the
lowest prevailing rates.
Stove Dealers and others having patterns of their
own and ordering castings from them, are assured
that they will be held strictly privath in the course
of manufacture. E. CONNELLEE & CO.
Wrightsville, Sept. 24, 1847.-3 m
JUST received a second supply of WALK
ING CANE UMBRELLAS, a handsome
and useful article, which will be sold at the
manufacturer's retail prices. Call and see
them at J. 1). bz J. WRIGHT'S.
albite 'Arab, Glaoo, Paints anb Gihs.
ITTETHERELL & BROTHER'S Pure White
, 1 V Lead, Paints, Linseed and Sperm Oil, Var
nishes, Glass dec. Fur sale at low prices, at the
Hardware Store 01 J. W. COTTRELL.
Columbia, May 26, 1.647—ti
GUNS AND PISTOLS.
JUST received a large asortment of Patent
Breach Stubb Twist English Guns, single
and double barrel; also Revolving and Com
mon Pistols. For sale at reduced prices at the
Hardware Store of
J. W. COTTRELL
Columbia, May 26, 1847.—tf
A vigorous prosecution of the War, the best means
to secure a speedy and
:g , No. 42.
f l **WV, \ „,% l
Front St. c (1 Front St
NTO. 42, Front street, directly opposite the
1 . 1 Bridge, and three doors below Black's Hotel,
Would respectfully call the attention of the public
to his stock of Fashionable and Cheap Clothing,
which exceeds in extent, elegance, and variety,
any "Marto opened in this vicinity, and which he
pledges himself to sell at prices lower than even he
has before offered. Just look at the prices!
Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Dress
Coats, from 85.00 to $lO.OO
Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Frock
Coats, from 4.00 to 10.00
Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Sacks
and Coatees, from 2.50 to 5.00
Gentlemen's Fine Cloth and Can
ainiere Pants, from 2.00 to 4.00
Satin and Silk Velvet Vests, Plain
and Fancy, being the only kind
of this quality for sale in this
place, from 2.50 to 4.00
Roundabounts and Pea Jackets, 1.00 to 3.00
Shirts, plain and fanoy, 373 to 1.50
Satinet, Pantaloons, 1.50 to 3.00
Gentlemen's Cotton Half-hose, 61 to IS.}
Silk Handkerchiefs, 37A to 1.00
Cotton do 61 to 12}
Cravats, a new article, 37A to 1.00
Suspenders, 61 to 37A
Umbrellas, 311 to 1.50
Leather and Hair Trunks, 50 to 1.00
Travelling Bags and Vulices, 1.00 to 2.50
Ladies' Travelling Bags, a beauti
ful article, 2.00 to 2.50
A Large Assortment of Fine and Medium Cloaks.
ALSO—A large assortment of
Such as Pants, Vests, Roundabouts, and Shirts, and,
in short, every article of apparel required by the
gentleman, the mechanic or the laborer, with a va.
riety of fancy goods, calculated to tickle the taste
and secure the patronage of all classes and condi
tions of men.
My thanks are due, and I hereby tender them to
the world of my patrons, for former favors, and I
are determined to prove the sincerity of my grab.
lode, by untiring efforts to furnish a Fashionable
Wardrobe to every patron of the Colonade Hall of
Fashions, as cheap as the abeapest, and as good as
REMEMBER THE 3 BIG DOORS,
the place to buy cheap Clothing, No. 42, Front
Street, Columbia, Pa., directly opposite the Bridge,
and three doors below Black's Hotel.
For further particulars, enquire of the Captain on
board. JAMES L. PRETSMAN.
Columbia, Oct. 911 a, 1847.
N. B. A branch of the above establishment, where
all the articles enumerated, and at the same prices,
may be obtained, has been opened in No. 4, Shrei
nor's Walnut Front.
NEW FALL GOODS.
rpHE subscribers have just received their supply
1. Fall and Winter, Foreign and Domestic Dry
Goods, to which they invite the attention of their
friends and the public generally.
CLOTHS, CASSISTERES, &c.
Their stock consists of superior French, and
English Black, Blue, Brown, Mised. and Olive
Cloths; plain and Fancy Cassimers, Sattincts,
Tweeds, Jeans; Velvet and other Vestings.
Gtv de Rhine, Swiss and Matteona Dress Silks.
ALPACAS.—PIain, Plaid, and Striped, at 18,
25, 31, 37, 50 cts., &c. English, German, and
French Merinocs ; Plain Paris Cashmeres and De
Laines, Lama and Tartar Plaids.
French, Earlston and Manchester Ginghams;
Prints of every style and price; Plain and Plaid
Linsey's; Tuper Gauze and other ‘Vlrite and color
SIIIRTINGS.—Three quarters, four quarters,
five quarters, six quarters and ten quarters Bleached
and Brown Sitectin,gs, 131ankets, Ticking's, Checks,
Doeskins, Sc. . .
A splendid assortment of Trimmings, Gimps,
Silk and Cotton Fringes; Thread, Victoria and
Bobbin Edgings and Insertings ; Lisle, Victoria
and Brussels Lace, Coherency, Gloves, Hosiery, &c.
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Loaf, Pulverised, Crushed, Havana and Brown
Sugars; Syrup, L. H. N. 0. Molasses ; Honey ;
Rio, Laguayra and Java Coffees; and the superior.
Teas of the Canton Tea Company of Now York.
Oils, Fish, &c. ALSO :
China, Glass 84 Queensware.
TAll of which will be sold as LOW as the
LOWEST, for cash or produce.
Thankful for the liberal share of patronage
heretofore received, they will by strict attention to
business endeavor to merit a continuance of the
public's favor. J. D. & J. WRIGHT.
Columbia, Sept. 1847.—tf:
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
JUST received a large and well selected assort
ALSO—SCHOOL BOOKS & S fATIONERY.
Of every variety for sale cheap at the (Womble
Book Store, Locust Street, opposite the Post Office.
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The Largest and most splen
did Stock of Dry Goods
- rd 4 VER offered in the city of Lancaster, is now
being opened at THE BEE HIVE, North
Queen street, wholesale and retail.
This stock has just been received direct front
Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and comprises
some of the rarest bargains of the day, for Fall and
Winter sales—Shawls, Silks, Merinoes, Ribbons,
Gloves, Hosiery, &c: Sept- 24—tf
PE.MBERTON'S COMPOUND FLUID EX
TRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, fur the re.
moval and permanent cure of all diseases arising
from an impure mate of the blood. Prepared only
by W. A. LEADER.
Soaps, Soaps, Soaps.
OLD Drown Windsor, the Trne Fine Palm
highly perfumed. English Castile Perfumed
Variegated, Sand Rails, Crystalline Tailor's, and a
superior assortment of Shaving Soaps. For sale by
eept24'47-tf W. A. LEADER.
- - - - Pink Saucers.
THE Improved Carmine Saucers for dying silk
stockings : gloves, feathers, flowers, gauzes,
crapes, cainbrces„ muslin., &c. For sale at
SOHN P. HOUSTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
HAS REMOVED his LAW OFFICE to
the Collector's House, corner of Front
and Gay streets, where he will attend prompt
ly to all business in the line of his profession.
Columbia, April 14, 1847.—tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Columbia, Lancaster county, Penn's,
ILL practice in the several Courts of
Lancaster and York counties.
Orrica.—ln Walnut street, adjoining the
Washington Hotel. Mar 6,1847.
DUCT. Will. S. AITORKLE.
OFFICE—South East corner of Locust and
Boarding House—with Mrs. Swartz, doors
below his late residence.
Columbia, April 7, 1.847.—tc
MORE NEW GOODS.
CALL and ace the splendid assortment of New
Goods. just received by
ocii23'47-11 J D.& J WRIGHT.
T_T ONEY for Fele, et Young & Cassell's. No
11 . 50, Front street, Columbia. 0ct.23-tt
AMOTHER large supply of choice Dry Goods
for Fall and %Winter. At the Bee Hive, North
Queen street. CHAS. E. WENTZ & BRO.
TIOR sale a light two horse wagon nearly new
1 1 Apply to FRY & SPANGLER.
Columbia, Oct. 16, 1847—tf.
WANTED -2 JOURNEYMEN TAILORS
'V Apply to JOHN JORDAN,
Columbia, Oct. 9, 1857. Locust Street
IRESII ETHEREAL OIL, qt. Young R. Cas
selte, .Nn..50, Front Street Columbia. oct.9-tf
Splendid assortment of Terkirra and other
/ - 11 . shawls. Just received at
0c2'.17 FRY & SPANGLER'S,
T)L.ILNKETS: BLANKETS!! For sale
vcryjow at FRY & SPANGLER'S.
rill-1E LADIES are particularly invited to call
early and examine thoso beautiful Bon.
netßibbons, all new, Fall Styles, now opening at
the BEE RIVE, North Quecn st.
Qcf ), SACKS Ground Alum Salt. 5U saclo
•-.) till Ashton, fine. For sale by
septilF47.tf IL E. ATKINS & CO.
Bids. Mackerel, No. I, 2, and 3. 50 bbl'
l.n-1 Shud. For sale by
5ept24%174.1 11. E. ATKINS & CO.
AOUBLE EXTRACT OF MUSK just received
J and for sale at LbADER'S.
joXSON'S INDELIBLE INK for marking
11 linen, silk and cotton without the preparation.
For sale by AV. A. LEADER.
AFRESH assortment of all kinds of the best
spices just received at
septlll7—tl YOUNG & CASSEL'S N 0.50.
ajz o n r ti b c i c is s i
ri to ... l s c . arLt 3 l2 . c s
- \\ T Tin, Th E mefir - o l n .` a v° ld
from t h e country preferred. Apply to
Columbia, Sept. 11, 1817. H. PFAHLER.
LOOKING GLASSES of all kinds, just re
ceived at YOUNG & CASSEUS No. 50.
Nett' supply of 'Parton and Monterey Plaids
_A_ fur ladies' wear, just. received at
sept.ll'.l7—tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50.
r newest and best styles of Gimps and
1 Fringes, just received at
septl.F47—tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50.
SILK warp, lustre Plaid and striped Alpaccas,
just received at
septll . 47—tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50.
ORLEANS LUSTRE at
tJ YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. SO
beptl 1 '47—tf
TAUNDRY Starch Polish, for preparing starch
4 without the addition of any greasy substance,
anti for producing a brilliant pearly gloss on the
linen. Sold only by WILLIAMS.
JOHNSON'S Super, Essential Walnut Oil Alili
tory Shaving Soap, superior to all others for
shavitig. Soll by IL WILLIAMS.
WEIGHT'S Indian Vegetable Pills or
Indian Purgative, and Indian Vegeta
ble Syrup warranted genuine For sale by
A N7%-AGUE MIXTURE. A warranted
1 - 1 cure for lever and ague. For sale by
N. B.—There is none genuine but that sold by
R. Williams. au2l'47-tf.
A H. BULL'S Compoung! Ectract of Sarsa
foi sale by R. IVILLIA
BAG CLASPS, Purse and Bag Twist, Steel
Beads, Purse and Bag Rings and Tassel.—
Fur sale by R. WILLIAIII.S.
- - _
DOCTOR ROBEI"S Brazilian Heir Curling
Liquid. For sale by It. WILLIAMS.
GIMPS AND FRINGES.
T)LACK SILK and Mohair Fringes and
1) Gimps, for sale cheap at
FRY & SPANGLER'S.
Columbia, Aug 7, 1847.—ti
EKIN TEAS of all kinds, to be bad fresh,
at YOUNG Sz CASSEL'S Store, No. 50.
Columbia, aug. 7,1817—ff
Nails and Spikes.
2 6 0 Kegs NAILS, SPIKES and BRADS.—
Just received and for sale at reduced
RUAIPLE & HESS
"FILL and CROSS - BUT SAWS, of Ro
11.1land's best. For sale at manufactures
prices by RUMPLES HESS.
Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tl
HERR'S Celebrated Lowden Pfth CHAINS,
Traces, long and short, double and sin
gle Link. Breast, Carrying and Halter, Chains,
all of which we offer at manufactures prices.
RUMPLE & HESS.
Columbia, April 7, 1847.-0
JUST received and for sale at the Hardwar
Store of RUMPLE & HESS
Columbia, April 7,11347.—ff
XTEW Pattere Boat STOVE. Just receivd
ed and for sale by. RUMPLE&HESS
Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf
NEW COLUMBIA TEA AGENCY
FOR TUE SALE OF TUE SUPERIOR TEAS OF
Jenkins & Company,
TEA DEALERS, PHILADELPHIA.
MBE Subscriber has taken the Agency for the
sale of those excellent Teas—has received and
will be kept supplied with a full assortment of
Greene and Blacks of the various kinds and quali
ties ; and which it is confidently believed will, on
trial, speedily take the preference in this communi
ty over all other Teas. They are in neat packages
of and 1 lb. each, labelled with their name,
the kind of Tea and price, with emetallic as well
as paper envelope for preservation of the quality,
having full weight of Tea in each.
One of the Partners of the concern (who selects
the Teas) learned this difficult business of the Chi
nese tlieinselves, having resided among them many
years, at Canton, engaged in the Tea trade. Pos
sessing this extraordinary advantage, the ability of
the House is unquestionable, and may be relied upon
for furnishing, not only safe, but also, the most de
licious Teas, and at the lowest possible prices.
At this period, when the public taste is undergo
ing a change from Green to Black Teas, it may be
interesting to know that the Chinese, universally
drink Black Teas, considering the Greens fit only
for foreigners. GUILFORD G. CLAIBORNE,
Columbia, Oct. 5. 3 / 4 1,-3m. 'Post Master.
Steam Engine for Sale;
FACTORY TO RENT.
FIVE horse power Steam Engine with
_Li an 8 horse boiler in complete order for
sale—at present put up in the brick Factory
on Union street, above Second. Said building
is for sale or to rent; it is 50 feet aquae, well
lighted, has large doors fronting north and
south, on Union street and co a 12 foot alley,
is well adap'ed for a
for which it was once used, or fora Foundry, or
any business requiring large space and gocd
The lot on which !he building stands is large
and would suit for the storing of lumber or
50 Tons Pine Grove Coal For sale.
Oct. 2d—tf J. IL MIFFLIN.
rIIHE partnership heretofore existing between the
E . subscribers, trading tinder the firm of J. W.
Fisher &Co, has been dissolved by mutual consent.
J. W. FISHER,
Columbia, September 1,1817.
THE undersigned has just received a fresh
supply of goods suited to the season, embrac
SATINETTS and VESTINGS of silk, satin,
woollen and silk velvets, merinoes, cashmeres
and every oilier style, which cannot be sur
passed for beauty, durability, or cheapness, in
this or any other ccuntry town.
He continues to carry on the Tailoring Bus
iness, and will be thankful for a continuance
of past favors. J. W. FISHER.
October 2, 1847.-lf
To TuosE THAT ARE FOND OF
undersigned have just received the
best and most complete assortment of
:nglish and German stub and twist and pat
'DOUBLE BARRELED GUNS,
which have ever been offered in this market at
such prices that will suit all. Also, six Barreled
Revolving and self-cocking
Call and examine for yourselves, at the cheap
Hardware Store of
RUMPLE Ez HESS
Columbia, Aug. 21, 1847.
ALL FRESH - ,
rfIITANKFLI, for past favors, and desirous fur a
_L continuance of public patronage, the sub.
scriber takes this method of giving notice that ho
has just received a itirg,e and gene t al supply of fresh
Drugs and lledietner;, Patent Medicines, &c. All
of which hewn( dispose of, wholesale and retail, at
very moderate prices, with a guatantee to be
genuine and of the best quality.
Ile has also received a very large stock of Per•
fumery, which, in point of assortment, quality and
cheapness, is unequalled in th.s place. Ladies and
others, call and see for yourselves. Also a large
assortment of Combs and finishes, very cheap.
11. WII.LIA AIS, Front St.
Columbia. August 14, 1517.—tf.
A FFLICTEU READ. —l3 certain Direase Cured to mu
Days.—The most speedy remedy for pains in the
Inins i recent and chronic affections of the kidneys, die-
ease of the bladder. gravel, seminal weakness, Am. Per
sons who, by indulging in a secret habit, have entailed
on themselves ennstnet lona I deliility. should apply im
mediately to OR. KINKELIN, critic Philadelphia kb di
cal House. the oldest :istitution of the kind in the city.
Office, N. W. corner of THlltit and UNION Sts., be
tween Spruce ea d Pine, II squares nom the Exchange.
This -Ilidtcal Muse was established by Dr. K. fifteen
years ago, for the suppression of quachery, there lining
so ninny persons, withal knowledge, name or diameter,
who put aavertisements in the public papers, that an in
stitution of this kind was highly necessary to prevent the
afflicted, especially strangers. front I'd iling into the bands
of some unskillful wretch, u he, instead of curing, might
send his victim to an untimely grave. Therefore, the
afflicted should shun the numerous pretended physicians
who know nodding of the practice of medicine. but con
sult Dr Kinkelin who cures .9 Certain Disease In two or
three days, acieriling to the state of the patient. without
the use nemerenry. No mercurial remedies ere used by
Dr. Kinkelin; Uis medicines arc palatatite and harmless,
and all his patient era honorably shielded. from even
the possibility of being discovered. Ile who pimps L un.
self under the care of Or. K may retigirmsly sontide in
his honor as a gentleman. and confidently rely upon bit
skill as a physician, and if he is not speedily relieved no
remuneration will be demanded.
Strictures. one of the most troublesome and dangerous
affections, which often end in gravel, inflaination. weak
ness, Arm.. Dr. Kinkelin guaranties to removespeeilliy;
as also, swellings diseased ptostrate gland. ilct. Stric
tures have ruined many who had no knowledge of their
Take Particular Nearc.—Young men giro have injured
themselves by a certain practice indulged in—a habit
frequently teamed from evil companions. or at school—
the effects of n bids are nightly felt, even when asleep,—ir
and destroy both mind and body, should apply home- ,
d lately. Weakness and cnnstitutional debility home- -;•
diately areal and full vigor restored. All letterspost paid.
Tale has had greater practice In
the above affections than soy physician in the United
States. lie also po ss esses an advantage over all otheril,
from the fact of his having studied In the great hospitals
of Europe. Thousands in Philadelphia can testify that
he cured them after ea cry other means has failed. Sepa
rate rooms for private consultatinn. Open IMO. P. M.
Travellers supplied at a moment's notice, with the re
qiusite medicines to cure themselves privately.
Package, of medicines scut to any part of the 11. B.
blare particulars In the Spirit of the Times. 0c6.47-ly
JONES' SOLUTION OF J ET, an instanta
neous liquid human hair Dye, for dyeing
light, red, or grey hair permanently a brown
or jet black color. Full and copious direc
tions enclosed. Sold at the sign of the Amer
ican Eagle, No. 82 Catham Street. New York-
Price SO cents, $1 or $1,50 per bottle. Sold by
Aug. 7, 1847—bin R. WILLIAMS.
IRISH LINENS.-100 pieces just received di.
reel from Boston, they arc a great bargain, and
well worthy the examination ofcv , •ry housekeeper.
Ticking; Flannels, Crash and Table Diaper, for
Belo at remarkably low prices at the
Sept.24—tf BEE HIVE, North Queen at.
DO C TO WNDSEN'S Compound Extract
of Sarsaparilla never tails to eradicate en.
tirely all the effects of mercury. infinitely sooner
than any other medicine, night sweats, nervous
debility, nervous complaints of all kinds,neurali
gia, organic affections, du. Sold by
aule47-tf R. WILLIAMS.
1 Sacks of ground alum Salt. Just received
at Young & Cassell's. No. 50, Front et.,
Columbia. Oct. 2?.—tf