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On Saturday, the 11th day of December, 1847
IN pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Lancaster county, the undersign
ed Administratrix of the Estate of Peter Mc-
T r ague, late of the Borough of Columbia, de
ceased, will expose for sale at public vendue,
at the public house of John Barr, in the
borough aforesaid, the real estate of said
decedent, as follows, vix i
Na 1. A. LOT or GROUND,
Fronting 28 feet on Front street, below Union
street, in said borgugh, and extending in depth
190 feet to a public alley, whereon is erected
that well known Tavern Stand, known as the
SEVEN STARS HOTEL.
No. 2. A. Rivxn. Lor.oF GROUND, fronting
291 feet, more or less on Front street afore
said, and extending in depth about 150 feet to
the Susquehanna River, upon which is erected
a large Two Story Frame Warehouse, and
adjoining property of A. Bruner, John Cooper,
Cornelius Tyson and others.
No. 3. EL None and Lot of Ground
fronting 40 feet on Union street aforesaid,
between Second and Third street, and extend
ing in depth to a public alley, and adjoining
property of Patrick Murphy, Charles Odell
Sale to commence at 6 o'clock P. 11T., when
attendance will be given and terms made
known by BRIDGET IVIcT AGUE,
Coltimbia, Nov. 20, 1847.—th
Lancaster Examiner S: Herald please copy,
and send bill to this office.
PUBLIC SALE WITHOUT RESERVE.
ON FRIDAY, the 26th day of November,
will be sold at the public house of Daniel
Herr, (Washington hotel,) in the Borough of
Columbia, the following valuable property,
Two Lots of Ground,
Situated on .Front street, containing in front
50 feet each, and extending in depth 191 feet
to a 14 feet wide alley, adjoining property of
James Given and others.
ALSO, a lot containing 37 feet 6 inches, on
said Front street t and in depth the same as the
others. on which is erected a TWO STORY
FRAME BUILDING, which has been used
as a currying shop, and could, by a small ex
pense, be converted into a dwelling house.
The first two mentioned will be sold togeth
er or divided, as purchasers may desire.
Sale to commence at half-past six o'clock,
P. M., when terms will be made known by
?I. B. For further information enquire of
Robert B. Wright.
Columbia, November 13, 1847.—ts
Valuable Lot For Sale.
A LOT OF GROUND on Locust street,
1 - 1 in the Borough of Columbia, lately sold
as the property of George C. Lloyd, deceased,
is now offered at private sale. If riot sold be
fore the evening of Saturday, the 4th of De
cember next, it will then be offered for sale by
public out-cry, at the Washington Hotel, kept
by Col. D. Herr, at 7 o'clock. It will be divi
ded to suit purchasers. If not sold on the 4th
of December it will be rented.
Columbia, November 13, 1847.—ts
W. & S. PATTON.
Ar I'ER returning thanks to the citizens of
Columbia and vicinity, for the very liberal
enure of patronage bestowed upon them during
the pa r t spring and Summer, would again cull
their attention to their NEW STOCK of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
Consisting of Cloaking . .., French, English and
German do—Cohurg's Paramettas and Plaids,
Dress Gods, Plain, Plaid and Fancy Colored
Cashmeres, California and Lama Plaid Bomba
zines, A Iporeas, Mexican, Buena Vista and Cerro
Gordo Plaids, Woolen do. Superior quality Lou
don Glassy Apaccas, Lustre Plaid and Striped do.
Chashmere, Terkerra, Embroidered, &c. Plain
Thibet, Silk and Wool Fringes Blanket, Plain
and Plaid Cloth do. New style Belgian Shawls•
Cloths and Cassitneres.
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 Cassimeres Satinets,
Kentucky Jeanes, both plain and striped, Bever
teens, Velvet Coards. Course Cloths arid Satinets,
Complete assortment of Boys' Wear, woolen
and worsted—Velvet and Satin Vestings, plain
and figured—Tickings and Drillings, Flannels,
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, Wool and Rag
Carpets of the Seal 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, Salt by the sack, now crop
Sugars, Strained Honey. &c.
Our Goods have been selected with great care
for cash, besides are all new and free from moth
eat or damage. We therefore feel ourselves able
and willing to sell low for cash, and give every
satisfaction to those who may call to examine our
goods at the New Cheap Cash Store, corner of
Front and Locust st.
W. S S. PATTON
Columbia, Nov. 6, 1847.—tf
MILLER & CO.'S EXPRESS.
BY their own Cars in
charge of messengers, and under locks, DAILY be.
twecn Philadelphia, Lancaster, Col 4in hi a , Wrigh ts.
villa, York, Gettysburg, Baltimore, Washington,
South, NVest, North and East, by
Evening* Mail Trains.
M. & Co. are now prepared to forward in their
cars, Packages, Parcels, Bundles, light Cases, and
all descriptions of goods and merchandize; also
Specie, Bank Notes.. Drafts, Bills for collection,
orders, &c., to any of the above named places by
passenger trains and mail speed. Being desirous
of affording every facility for the pfompt and eco
nomical transaction of any commission entrusted
to them, they respectfully solicit the patronage of
all to their line.
All goods or packages must be marked "By
Miller & Co.'s Express..
D. F. GRIFFITH, Agent,
Miller & Co.'s Express, Columbia.
Clmccs.— Corner of Third and Chestnut street,
Philadelphia; Chas. Norman, Lancaster; H. Kate.
felt, York; Museum Buildings, Baltimore; Gay &
Co., cor. Wall and Broadway, N. Y. ; Gay & Co.,
State st., Boston ; Washington, D. C.; Richmond,
Va.; Wheeling, Va.; Pittsburgh,Pa.; Gettysburg,
Columbia Bank & Bridge Comp.,
NOVEMBER 2, 1847. 5*
TIE Directors of this institution have this
day declared a dividend of three per cent.
for the last six months, payable on and after the
lath inst. SAMUEL SHOCH,
Columbia, Nov. 6, /847.-3 t Cashier.
LIST OF BOOKS
Recently received and for sale at the
COLUMBIA. BOOK STORE,
Locust Street, opposite the Post Office.
Home and Tray. Library
Horse keeper's Guide
Last days of Pompeii
Miss Pickering's Novels
Literary Ladies of England
Mabel, the Actress
Philosophy of Evil
Life of Gen. Taylor
Mexico and her Military
Life of Gen. Lafayette
Taylor arid his Generals
Conquest of Santa Fe
Ladies' Self Instructor
Winter Gift for Ladles
Ladies' Work Box
Lover's stories of Ireland
Lover's Songs and Ballads
Rose's Book Keeping
Washington and his Gen's.
Way to Live . Well
Health made Easy
Ladies' Work Table Book
Hollick's Origin of Life
Nurse's Rhyme Book
Chambers' inf. for People
Rose of Wissallikon
Green on Gambling
Portraits of Gen. Taylor
A m e rice n ife
Mothers' Medical Guide.
Works of Mios Landon
And a variety of other
be sold at the lowest rate
books all of which will
MORE NEW GOODS AT
FRY & SPANGLER'S.
THE subscribers have just received and arc now
opening another splendid assort mod of goods,
which they arc determined to sell at such prices as
cannot fail to please. All they ask is a call, as
they are confident of suiting those who wish to
purchase. FRY & SPANGLER.
Columbia, October 30, 1.84.7.—tf.
Full - assortment of MUFFS and BOAS just
_Z - 1. received and for sale at
0030'47-tf FRY & SPANGLER'S.
PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER,
OR TIIE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE.
TRE subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens of Co
lu titbits and vicinity that he has just received from
Providence, R. 1., three boxes of Perry I)avls's Pain
Killer. so well known In the Now England stales for
removing all kinds or pains, no limper what kind—Rheu
matism, Aching race, Aching Teeth. Burns. Pain In the
neck, back, and bead; Colds, Cholic pain, &c.. &e.. and
for sale only by W. A. LEADER.
Columbia, November 6, 1817.—tf.
Attend to Your Coughs and Colds.
DR. JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT.
TOR Coughs, Coll's, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Hoop
" ing Cough. Croup, Hoarseness, Pain and Soreness of
the Side and Back, Consumption, and all diseases of the
Lungs and Breast, &c., &lc. Fur sale by
N0v30'47-If W. A. LEADER.
CANDY! CANDY!! CANDY I!!
1 LL kinds of Molasses Candy, New York Cream, Coco
rt. nut, Groundnut, Sec., manufactured and for sale at
the lowest prices, at No. 151, North Fourth Street, two
doors below Vine, Philadelphia. Shopkeepers and
others dealing in these articles arc respectfully Invited to
call. nov3o' 17-3 m.
FURS I FURS I I FURS II I
TliE subscriber would respectfully invite
Ladies and Gentlemen about visiting
Philadelphia, and in want of
11.1• CI• FURS',
Such as MUFFS, BOAS, TIPPITS, &c., to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as
they will find it to their advantage a‘nd no
All orders received shall be faithfully attend
ed to at No, 93, North Third Street, above
Arch,Philadelphia. JAMES R EISKY.
irrBUFFALO ROBES always on hand.
Philadelphia, October 30,1,947.-3 m
NEW YORK CHEAP STORE,
Front Street, Columbia, Penn'a.
rpHE subscriber is now selling oft at COST his
entire stock of now and well selected Dry
Goods, Groceries. flats, Caps, Boots. Shoes and
ready made Clothing, without reserve.
Strangers and citizens wall save 20 per cent., by
calling at the New York Cheap Store, before
making their purchases elsewhere, as the
Great Redaction of Prices
will induce every person wishing Cheap Goods, to
buv without further trouble.
Such as Coffee, sugar, Molasses, Tees. Fish, etc
Ready Made Clothing*,
Such as Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers,
Collars, Bosoms, Suspenders, etc. ; all of which
will be sold cheaper than at any other store in Co•
lumbia, to close the concern.
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
Selling at about half price; coarse heavy Boots for
winter, lino calf skin do. ; also. Brogans of all va
rieties and sizes, selling off cheap.
HATS AND CAPS,
For men and boys; fine Beaverteen, Nutria and
Angola flats, all sizes; Fur, Cloth, Seal, Gingham.
Glazed and Silk glazed Caps Mall sizes ; also. Boys'
Fancy Trimmed Caps. All of which will be closed
at prices to suit purchasers, as the subscriber is
anxious to wind up hit business in this place.
Country produce taken in exchange at market
prices. ELIAS ItAUB.
Columbia, October 8.3, 1847.
SHAWLS! SHAWLS !!
A splendid assortment of tlie ,latest styles just
received and fur sale CHEAP at
0ct23'47-tf J. D. &. J. WRIGHT.
• MUFFS! MUFFS!! MUFFS!!!
A splendid assortment jast received and fur sale
VERY CHEAP at
net:23'474f J. D.S. J. WRIGHT.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
JUST received a large and well selected assort
meet of -
ALSO—SCHOOL BOOKS & STATIONERY.
• BLANK BOOKS
Of every variety for sale cheap at the Columbia
Book Store, Locust Street, opposite the Post. Office.
COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA AND
THE Indian Vegetable Balsam is the only reme
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 direc
tions without finding relief. It positively cures
Asthma, Bronchitis, Inflamation of the Lungs and
Threat, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup,
Consumption, &c. It does all it promises, and all
that is asked is just to give it a fair Irial , and it will
at once prove its superiority over every thing of the
The Indian Vegetable Balsam is prepared only
by H. M. Crawford, Philadelphia, and for sale by
C. Westbrook, Agent for Columbia; Anderson,
Marietta; C. S. Kauffman, Washington; Jno. Herr
& Son, Safe Harbor. Oct. 16-6 m.
CASHMERE PLAIDS !
FOR Cloaks, Dreues, &c. A large and well se
lected assortment, comprising some new and
beautiful styles for eltildren's wear, now opening
at the Ncw York Store.
Oct. 16,—tf GRI EL, HART & GILRERT.
Ico Sacks of ground alum Salt. Just received
at Young & Cassell's. No. 50, Front st.,
COLUMBIA LIVERY STABLES.
TITE subscriber having fitted up a Livery
Stable, in the Borough of Columbia, at the
WASHINGTON 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 CARRIAGES,
LO 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 youtlifto heroes, all draw near
And to my feeble song give ear,
If you in Horsemanship delight
And on s' balmy 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. B. Edwards, then first speed,
To serve you all, you'll find him able,
By calling at his Livery Stable.
JOAN 13. EDIVANDS
Columbia. October 30, 1847.—Gm
CI ILK'S, Shawls, Cashmeres, Delaines, Mcrinocs,
0 Alpacas, Cloths, Cnssimeres, Sati no, Gingha ms,
and a variety of all other kinds of goods which
will bo sold low for cash, at Young & Cassell's,
No. 50, Front street, Columbia. Oct.23—tf
JUST opened all the desirable shades of those
splendid Till BET CLOTHS so much in de.
wand at present for cloaks and dresses—warranted
from the celebrated factory of Lupens & Co. At
the BEE HIVE,
Lancaster, Oct.23—tf North Queen street.
AUCTION GOODS, AUCTION GOODS.
r HE subscribers have just received a very ex
tensive assortment of seasonable Goods, prin.
cipally purchased at Auction, at much below the
regular prices, which arc offered at a small advance
on cost, and on favorable terms.
PETER HALDEMAN & Co.
Wanted, one or two experienced Salesmen.
Columbia, Oct. 23—tf P. H. & Co.
71IVE Dollars Reward. Lost or stolen, on the
15th inst.. a brindle colored bull Dog, low set
and bushy tail, white on one side of the fare, with
a small piece bit out of the lower lid of the debt
eye, answers to the name of Bull. The above re•
%aril will be paid on the delivery of the doe, or
thief, to the owners. YOUNG & CASSELL.
Columbia, Oct. 23, 1517-If
RICH TE RKERRI SII AWLS.
JUST opened 50 of the most superb Terkcrri
Shawls, direct from N. York, at various prices,
at least 50 per cent lower than the same quality
and styles has ever been sold in this city. At the
19 doors North of the Post Office N. Queen st.
Lancaster, Oct. 23, 1847—tf.
THE CRY IS STILL'CH.EY COME."
TUST received GO pieces of those splendid French
end English Plaids so much worn for Ladies
Fall and Winter Dresses. At the Bee live, North
Queen street. CIIAS. E. WENTZ & BRO.
Lancaster, Oct. f 23,18.47-11
FRENCH AIEIiINOES ! !
17:111ENCII MIRINOS for Cloaks! The largest
. 1 1 and most splendid assortment ever offered in
Lancaster, and comprising every shade and color,
now opening and for sale kiw at the New York
Store. GRILL, HART & GILBERT.
Lancaster, Oct. 16, 1847.—tf
E. H. SMITH,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES, BONNETS, CAPS,
PALM LEAP HATS, &c.
10S Racc Street—While Swan Hotel Phiadelphia
Philadelphia. Oct. 16,1847-6 t.
FRINGES ! CLOAK FRINGES ! !
FRINGES of every variety of width and color
r to match French Merinos at the Ncw York
Store. GRIEL, HART & GILBERT.
Lancaster, Oct. 16, 1747.—tf
CLOTHS! CLOTHS!! CLOTHS!!?
BLACK, Blue Black, Brown, Green and every
other color, from the best French and English
manufactures, from $1.75 per yard upwards, from
the Boston and New York Markets, now opening
at the New York store.
Oct. 16—tf GRIEF,, lIART & GILBERT.
CASSINI ERES, SATINETTS, &c.
NTOW opening a splendid assortment of plain
II black and fancy Cassi mores, 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. IG—tf GRIEL, HART & GILBERT.
SHAWLS ! SHAWLS ! !
9 I BET, Modie, Plaid, Cashmere, Turkerri, Silk
Cassimere, Blanket Crape, and every variety of
Shawls for sale low at the New York Store.
0ct.16-tf GRIEL, HART & GILBERT.
DRESS AND FANCY GOODS.
SUPER all wool Cashmeres, M. de Laines, Ore
gon Plaids, Cashmere Plaids, Satin, Striped,
Royal, Purple and Blue Plaid Alpacas, Striped
Plaid and (.;hangable Silks, Cashmere, Crape and
Silk Scarfs, Gloves, Ribbons, Lawns, &c , &c.. now
opening at the New York Store.
Oct.l6—tf GRIEL, HARTS GILBERT.
" WINTER'S COMING."
The cold winds of autumn sigh sad o'er the lea,
And the Storm-spirit frolics in horrible glee:
On the breast of the flood the sere forest-leaves float.
And Nature's voice whispers "Man, bey Mee a Coat 0"
What. Snow I by my faith I seem turning to stone;
The Coat's it good thing. but Is Useless alone,
No longer in Summer's light livery dressed.
I must have Winter Drawers, Pants, Skirts and o rest!
And now, where to buy cleanest, and where to buy best
And where can I be most becomingly dressed:
Ay there is the rub••—let.mo see : In the "Spy.
PEICTSMAN looms up the tallest, I'll go there and try:
The wind thunders Go t" and the storm-spirit pfanccs
And the eddying flood with the threat-leaf dances,
And Nature applauds—while to elegant dress,
The bard blesses PRETSMAN. and PRETSMAN, tAe
Columbia, Oct. litli„lB47•—tf
TOOKING GLASSES of all sizes and at re
1 duced prices. For sale at
0c.2'47 FRY & SPANGLER'S.
THE Improved Carmine Saucers for dying silk
1 stockings, gloves, feathers, flowers, gauzes,
crapes, cambric', muslins, &c. For sale at
DOCFOR TO IVNDSEN'S Campou nd 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, &c. Sold by
aul4'47-tf R. WILLIAMS.
A vigorous prosecution of the War, the best means
to secure a speedy and
No. 4 2 No. 42.
• - r,
Front St. =',; ( 41 1 ....41/. ((1.7 711;:: ; Front St
1.a.1123 i s 10:•' 21. e
NT°. 42, Front street, directly opposite the
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 hitherto 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 $5.00 to 510.00
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 Cas
sinter° 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
toundabounts and Pea Jackets, 1.00 to 3.00
Shirts, plain and fancy, - 371 to - 1.50
Satinet Pantaloons, 1.50 to 3.00
Gentlemen's Cotton Hall-hose, 61 to 161
•• Silk Handkerchiefs, 371 to 1.00
• Cotton do 64 to 121
Cravats, a new article, 371 to 1.00
Suspenders, 64 to 371
Umbrellas, 31i to 1.50
Leather and Hair Trunks, 50 to 1.00
Travelling Bags and Valiees, 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 arc due, and I hereby tender them to
the world of my patrons, for former favors, and I
am determined to prove the sincerity of my grati
tude, by untiring efforts to furnish a Fashionable
Wardrobe to every patron of the Cotoned° Hall of
Fashions, as cheap as the cheapest, 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. 901,1847.
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.
ncr's Walnut Front.
NEW FALL GOODS.
rpm 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, CASSIIVIERES, &c.
Their stock consists of superior French, and
English Black, Bine, Brown, Mixed, and Olive
Cloths; plain and Fancy Cassimors, Sattinets,
Tweeds, Jeans; Velvet and other Vestings.
Gtv du Rhine, Swiss and Matteona Dress Silks.
ALPACAS.—PIain, Plaid, and Striped, at 18,
25, 31, 37, 50 cts., &c. English, German, and
French Merinoes ; Plain Paris Cashmeres and Dc
Laines, Lama and Taller Plaids.
French, Earlston and Manchester Ginghams;
Prints of every style and price; Plain and Plaid
Linscys; 'river Gauze and other White and color
SEURTINGS.—Three quarters, four quarters, I
fire quarters, six quarters and ten quarters Bleached
and Brown Sheetings, Blankets, Ticking,a, Checks,
A splendid assortment of Trimmings, Gimps,
Silk and Cotton Fringes; Thread, Victoria and
Bobbin Edgings and Insertings ; Lisle, Victoria
and Brussels Lace, Collerettcs, Gloves, llosiery,&e,
Long Pulverised, Crushed, Havanna and Brown
Sugars; Syrup, L. IL N. 0. Molasses; floney ;
Rio, Laguayra and Java Coffees; and the superior
Teas of the Canton Tea Company of New York.
Oils, Fish, &c. ALSO :
China, Glass & Queensware
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. WRICIIT.
Columbia, Sept. I 8-17.—tf:
rpHE subscribers have constantly on hand a
1 full assortment of Wood,Coal, and Cooking
Stoves of every size and description, Cannon
Stores. 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 & HESS.
T"E partnership heretofore existing between tho
subscribers, trading under the firm of J. W.
Fisher &Co., has been dissolved by mutual consent.
J. W. FISIIER,
Columbia, September 1,1847.
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 other style, which cannot be sur
passed for beauty, durability, or cheapness, in
this or any other country 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.-tf
TIIEMBERTON'S COMPOUND FLUID EX
' TRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, fur the re
moval and permanent cure of all diseases arising
from an impure state of the blood. Prepared only
by W. A. LEADER.
Soaps, Soaps, Soaps.
OLID Brown Windsor, the True Fine Palm
highly perfumed, English Castile Perfumed
Variegated, Sand Balls, Crystalline Tailor's, and a
superior assortment of Shaving Soaps. For sale by
sept24'47-tf W. A. LEADER.
SOMN F. MAUSTON, _
ATTORNEY AT LAV.
HAS REMOVED his LAW OFFICE to
the Collector's House, corner of Frout
and Gay streets, where he will attend prompt
ly to all business in the line of his profession.
Colombia, April 14, 1.947.—tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Columbia, Lancaster county, Penn'a,
WILL practice in the several Cuurts of
Orrrce.—ln Walnut street, adjoining the
Washington Hotel. Mar 6,1847.
DOCT. WM. S.III'CORKLE.
OF VlCE—South East corner of Locust and
Boarding Ilouse—with Mrs. Swartz, doors
below his late residence.
Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf
MORE NEW GOODS.
CALL and see the splendid assortment of New
Goods, just received by
c0m23'47.t1 J D. & J. WRIGHT.
TTONEIf for sale, at Young & Cassell's. No
. 1 - 1 . 50, Front street, Columbia. Oct.23—tl
ANOTHER large supply of choice Dry Goode
for Fall and Winter. At the Bee Hive, North
Queen street. CILtS. E. WE.NTZ & BRO.
Lancaster, Oct, .9d, 1847—tf
F Olt sale a light two horse wagon nearly new
Apply to FRY & SPANGLER.
Columbia, Oct. IG, 1847—tf:
vx- T ANTED-2 JOURNEYMEN TAILORS
NI/ Apply to JOHN JORDAN,
Columbia, Oct. 9, 1857. Locum Silva
IREsu ETHEREAL OIL, at Young Fr Cas
sels', No. 50, Front Street Columbia. oct.9-tf
A Splendid assortment of Torkirra and other
1:1 shawls. Just received at
FRY S. SPA.NGLER'S. •
J3LILIVIKETS: BLANKETS!! For solo
very low at FRY & SPANGLER'S.
r lIIE LADIES are particularly invited to call
j_ early and examine those beautiful Bon
net Ribbons, all new, Fall Styles, now opening at
the BEE HiVE, North Queen at.
3r,r, SACKS Ground Mum Salt. sackE
cll./ Ashton, floe. For sale by
sept2•l'47-tf 11. EL ATKINS & CO.
100 !plc. Mackerel, N 0.1,2, and 3. SO bbls
Shad. For sale by
n024'4741 11. E. ATKINS & CO.
D 0 UI3 LE EXTRACT OF MUSE just received
and for sale at LEADER'S.
pINDELIBLE INK for marking
j= linen, silk and cotton without the preparation.
'for sale by W. A. LEA.DER.
AFRESH assortment of all kinds of the best
spices just received ut
septil'47—tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S N0..50.
sheet i r - n a n 'lo id a c p o p p r p e n n r ti ii c i e n s in to cn te . artl 3o t y he n
from the country preferred. Apply to
Columbia, Sept. 11, 1847. 11. PFAEILER.
L(JOKING GLASSES of all kinds, just re
mired at YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50.
ANew supply of 'Parton and Monterey Plaids
for ladies' wear, just received at
septlVd7—tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50.
I IRE newest and beat styles of Gimps and
IFringes, just received at
scptl l'47—tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50.
QILK warp, lustre Plaid and striped Alpaceas,
►J just received at
scptl 1'47-11 YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. O.
ORLEANS LUSTRE at
YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50
T4AUNDRY Starch Polish, for preparing starch
I without the addition of any greasy substance,
and for producing a brilliant pearly gloss on,,the
linen. Siila only by it. WILLIAMS.
JOHNSON'S Super. Essential Walnut Oil Alin
tary Shaving Soap, superior to all others for
shaving - . Sold by It. WILLIAMS.
WRIGIIT'S Indian Vegetable Pills or
V Indian Purgative, and Indian Vegeta
ble Syrup warranted genuine For sale by
au2l'47-tf. R. W ILLAIIIB.
ANTI -AGUE MIXTURE. A warranted
cure fur fever and ague. For sale by
N. B.—There is none genuine but that sold by
R. Wr Dims- au‘2l.'47-tr.
A H. BULL'S Compound Extreer of Sarsa
/-1. parilla Col sale by It. WILLIAMS.
BAG CLASPS, Purse and Bag Twist, Steel
Beads, Purse and Bag Rings and Tassel.—
Fur sale by IL WILLIAMS.
DOC TOR ROBBY'S Brazilian Hair Curling
Liquid. For sale by R. WILLIAMS.
GIMPS AND FRINGES.
BLACK SILK and Mohair Fringes and
Gimps, for sale cheap at
FRY Sz SPANGLER'S.
Columbia, Aug 7, 1847.—tf
1 3EKIN TEAS of all kinds, to be bad fresh,
at YOUNG & CASSEL'S Store, No. O.
Columbia, aug. 7, 1847—tf
Nails and Spikes.
200"egs NAILS SPIKES and BRADS.—
Just received and for sale at reduced
RUMPLE 8z HESS
TILL and CROSS- Z.'UT SAWS, of Ro
land's best. For sale at manufactures
prices by: RUMPLE & HESS.
Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf
TAFERR'S Celebrated Lowden FRB CJTAI3S
11 Traces, long and short. double and sin
gle Link.ltreast, Carrying and Halter, Chains,
all of which we offer at manufactures prices.
RUMPLE S.: HESS.
Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf
JUST received and for sale at the Hardwar
Store of RUMPLE & HESS
Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf
0 PIECES Alpachas and Lustres, at prices
from IS cents and upwards per yard. now
opening at the BEE HIVE, North Queen st.
Sept. 24 —tf
P. STEWARDS Patent Air-77glit and
Hot-Air Summer and Winter COOKING
STO . VE, 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 Into 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
ca, and should any doubt it I am ready to teat it
with any other stove, either as a fuel saver, or com
plete operator. It has never been surpassed, if ever
equalled, and I have any amount of testimony sub.
stuntiating 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 184 G.
Its performance is warranted in every case. It
is equally 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
the summer dress attached, it warms the room no
more than a charcoal furnace, and for boiling, broil.
ing, roasting, baking, &c., was never surpassed by
any Stove, open fire or brick oven.
This Stove 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 integrityo.which
I will take pleasure 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, Rcv. Mr. Harrison, Rev. Mr. Munroe, Dr.
Bear, Dr. McNlannus, Dr. DiffendafTer ' Dr. Mon
monier, with near five hundred others in Baltimore,
Merchants, Mechanics, and Laboring men. Wo
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.
No. SG, Baltimore St., near Gay
NEW COLUMBIA TEA AGENCY
FOR TILE SALE OF THE SUPERIOR TEAS OF
Jenkins & Company,
TEA DEALERS, PHILADELPHIA.
THE Subscriber has taken the Agency for the
sale of those excellent Teas—has received and
will be kept supplied with a full assortment of
Greens 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 arc in neat packages
of a, 1„ and 1 lb. each, labelled with their name,
the kind of Tea and price, with a metallic 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 themselves, 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 meat de
licious Teas, mid at she lowest possible prices. •
At this period, when the public taste is undergo
ing a change (ruin 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. 2d,-3m. Post Master.
Steam Engine for Sale;
FACTORY TO RENT.
AFIVE horse power Steam Engine with
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 square,'Well
lighted, has large doors fronting north and
south, on Union street and on a 12 foot alley,
is well adapted for a
for which it was once used,or for a Foundry, or
any business requiring large space and good
The lot on which the building stands is large
and would suit for the storing of lumber or
50 Tons Pine Grove Coal for sale.
Oct. 2d—tf J. 11. MIFFLIN.
IRISH LINENS.-100 pieces just received di
rect from Boston, they are a great bargain, and
well worthy the examination of every housekeeper.
Tickings, Flannels, Crash and Table Diaper, for
sale at remarkably low prices at the
Sept. 24—tf BEE lIIVE, North Queen at.
TO THOSE THAT ARE FOND OF
7nIHE undersigned have just received the
best and most complete assortment of
glish and German stub and twist and pat•
'DOUBLE BARRELED GUNS,
which have ever been offered in tins market at
such prices that will suit all. Also, six Barreled
Revolving and self-cocking
Call and examine for yourselves, at tlie cheap
Hardware Store of
RUMPLE & HESS.
Columbia, Aug. 9.1, 1847.
ALL FRESH. It
THANKFUL fir past favors, and desirous fur
continuance of public patronage, the sub
scriber cakes this method of giving notice that ha
has just received a lurge and general supply of fresh
Drugs anti Medicines, Patent Medicines, &c. All
of which he will dispose of, wholesale and retail, at
very moderato prices, with a guarantee to bo
genuine and oldie beat quality.
He has also received a very large stock of Per
fumery, which, in point of assortment, quality and
cheapness, is unequalled in this place. Ladies and
others, call and see for yourselves. Also a large
assortment of Combs end Brushes, very cheap.
R. WILLIAMS, Front St.
Columbia. August IS, 1847.—tf.
TONES' SOLUTION OF JET, 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. S Catham Street. New York•
Price 50 cents, ft or 11.50 per bottle. Sold by
Aug. 7,1847—Gm R. NV ILLIAMS.
P. SCFIREINER has removed
his WATCH and JEWEL
LERY Establishment to the
N ILNUT FRONT ULM recently fitted up by
him, between Barr's and Black's Hotel, Front
Street, where the public can be accommodated,
as heretofore, with all articles in the Jewel
lery line at the cheapest rates.
ColumLia, July 17, 1847.—tf.