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PUBLIC . SALE.
TN pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Lancaster county, will be exposed
to public vendue, at the public house of Ed
ward Jacobs, in the Roroirgh of Columbia, on
Wednesday, thelsth of December, at 2 o'clock,
I'. M., the following valuable property, the
estate of Dr. HughMcCorkle, deceased, viz :
No. 1. A THEME STORY BRICK 1101,T.Sta
and Lot of Ground situate on Locust at.,
between Front and Second streets, Columbia,
adjoining property of John F. Houston, Esq.,
and William Atkins. The house being con
structed of the best materials and workman
ship, and suitable for either a private-residence
or for public business.
No. 2. A LOT OF GROUND
situate on Cherry street, between Fourth and
Fifth streets, containing a front on Cherry
street of two hundred and Forty feet, and in
depth one hundred and ninety feet to a four
teen feet alley.
Due attendance wilt be given and terms
made known by " EVAN GREEN,
Adm'r. of Dr. 11. MeCorkle, dcc'd.
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stitutions speaks for itself:
UNIVERSITY Or PENNSYLVANIA,
Philadelphia, May 11, 1811
Having tried, for some time, the Black Ink man
ufactured by Mr. Joseph E. Hoover, wh have found
it well suited for manuscript, by its running freely,
and its exemption from coagulation. Its shadealso
sc are pleased with.
W. E. HORNER, M. D., Dean of the
Faculty and Prof. of Anatomy.
JOHN LUI)LOW, Provost.
SAMUEL B. W YI.IE, Viee.Provest.
HENRY REED, Secretary of the Fa
culty of Arts.
ROSEWELL PARKE, Prof. of Nat.
Philosophy and Chemistry.
\V. W. GERIIARD, Lecturer in the
Pennsylvania Medical College, Phila.
We fully concur in the above.
s.kmr,. GEORGE MORTON, M. D.,
Dean of the Faculty.
Central High School, Philadelphia.
A. D. BACIIE, Principal.
11. McMURTRIE, M. D, Prof. of An.
Awe, lean Fire losoranee Co., Philadelphia.
FREDERICK FRALEY, Secretary.
Custom house, Philadelphia.
J. D. GEORGE, Dep. Naval Meer.
Clover's Adamantine Cement
A Superior Article, Warranted.
For Sale, Wholesale. and Retail, at the Ma un
fit:tory, No,. 87, North Third Street, opposite Cher
ry Strecl, Philadelphia, by
JOSEPH E. HOVER, Manufacturer.
To the Honorable E. Lewis, President,and his As•
satiates, Judges, of the Court of Quarter Sessions
of the Peace, for the county of Mnraster :
11111 E petition of Jacob Miller respectfully
sheweth That your petitioner bath
leased that commodious house situated at the
lurks of the Marietta and Lancaster turnpike
and the Columbia road, in West Ilemplield
township, late the estate of Samuel Boyd, de
ceased, which is well calculated for a public
house of entertainment, and from its neighbor
hood and situation, is suitable as well as neces
sary for the accommodation of the public. and
the entertainment of strangers and travellers.
The said house has been occupied as a licensed
Inn fur ses oral years last past. That he is well
provided with stabling for horses and all con
% enienees necessary for the entertainment of
strangers and travellers. Ile therefore respect
fully prays the court to grant him a license to
keep an Inn or Public House of Entertain
ment there. Arid your petitioner will, &c.
W. Hempfield township, Nov. IS, 1847.
We, the undersigned, citizens of West
ilemplield townshm, afnreaaid, being personal
ly acquainted with Jacob Miller, the atm ve
named petitioner, and also having a knowledge
of the house for which the license is prayed, do
hereby certify that such house is necessary io
vccomrnodate the public and entertain stran
gers and travellers, that he is a person of good
repute for honesty and temperance, and that
he is well provided with house room and con
veniences for the lodging and accommodation
of strangers and travellers. We therefore beg
le:_vc to recommend him for a license, agree
ably to his petition.
John 11. Manic, Jahn Rode. Christian Sher
rick, Joseph Slierk, Edwin Haldeman, Ilenry
Wolfersherger, Jacob Shahenberger, John
Malik, Jacob Rhode, John Blierlc, Charles
- 1 4 1 N. ZEIGLER Respectfhlly informs his
friends and the public, that he has on hand
offers for sale at his
FANCY, VARIETY AND CONFEC-
T lONARY STORE,
In Locust street, a few doors above the Town Hall,
north side, a select assortment of fresh goods, viz :
Of every sort; Bordeaux, Lisbon, and Malaga
Abounds; Filberts, Greenoble Walnuts, Peanuts,
Chestnuts, &c. FOREIGN FRUIT : Raisins,
Prunes, Zante-Currants, Citron; Lemons, Dates,
&c. CRANBERRIES, clean picked, and ready
An assortment of TOYS and FANCY articles.
Fancy Boxes, Dolls, (kid and jointed,) Enmities,
Waiters, Mirrors, Pencils, &c.
And articles for the Toilet; Cologne, Pomade,
Lilly White, Teeth and flair Drastic!, Fancy and
Castile Soaps; Haitian Violin Strings and Bridges,
Clarionet Reeds. A small assortment of STA.
TIONARY and SCHOOL BOORS, Motto Seals,
Wafers, fancy and plain Sealing Wax, Steel Pens
and quills, Excellent TOBACCO, SNUFF and
tEGARS. Ile also oiling for sale CORDWAIN
ERS' KIT and SHOE FINDINGS of the very
best quality. Pure and freshly ground Spices,
Mustard in neat Canisters for family use. Fresh
Soda, Sugar and Butter Biscuit, and in fact a little
of everything, besides odds and ends. He will sell
at very moderate rates, and most respectfully solicits
o share of patronage.
Columbia, Nov. 20, 1847.—tf
mum subscriber oilers at private sale three
houses, two in Front street, in possession at
present of Mr. Wm. Powers, and Mr. inn. Ziegler,
and one in Perry sleet, occupied by Mr. John
Felon. If not sold by the first of next January,
will be for rent. For terms apply to
Columbia, Nov. Nib, 1847.-4t*
Cars For Sale or to Hire.
ONE four wheel House Car, with heavy
Baltimore wheels and axles—has been
used only a few weeks. One do. Open Box
Car, both in perfect order, may be seen by ap
plying to Benjamin Newlin, at West Chester,
Chester county, and will be sold or hired on
accommodating terms by.
ISAAC C. PRICE,
• N. E. cor. of 12th and Willow st
Philadelphia, Nov. 21, 1847.-5 t
$500.00 REWARD !!
T"Epublic are hereby cautioned against
receiving from JESSE ROBERTS (our
former agent,) any of Hontris.icx's MEDICA
TED Worm Smut", as he has been DISCIIARG.
ED from our employ. No medicine is genuine
Without the written signature of J. N. & G. S.
nobensack on the label of each bottle. The
above reward will be paid upon the conviction
of any person counterfeiting said signature, of
which the pUblic have notices and aro further
cautioned against paying the above named
JESSE ROBERTS any money on our account,
as he has no authority lo receive the same.—
Read the following 'Certificate from a highly re-
Messrs, Hobensack :—I. take great pleasure
in informing you of the great efficacy of your
Worm Syrup. My daughter being afflicted for
a long time, I tried all the remedies for her
my skill was heir to, without receiving any
benefit, and gave the case up as hopeless, when
wasinduced, by one of my family, to try
your Worm Syrup, and I must say, much
against my will, but surprising to tell, before
taking the whole of one bottle, it brought the
largest quantity of worms I have ever seen
brought from a child, in all my practice, and
almost instantly restored the child to health.
Respectfully yours. &c.
JOSEPH ELKINTON, M. D.
Vincentown, N. J.
Prepared only by J. N..C: G. S. Hobensack,
2nd and Coats st.,Phila., and for sale by all
respectable storekepers in this and adjoining
counties, who we have authorized to pay hack
the money in every case, should it fail in giv
ing satisfaction- Price 25 cts. Also, Hoben
sack's Hyena Tooth Ache Drops, a certain
cure fur tooth ache—Price 12n cts. Iloben
sack's Rheumatic Liniment—Price 25 cents.
Hobensack's Cung Am. SA MIR, fur weak
hacks, sprains, fresh and old sores, burns,
Price 12 cts. flobensach's Tetter Ointment—
Price 25 cts.. one box warranted to cure all
eruptions of the skin. For sale ni above.
Philadelphia, November 20, 1847.—1 y
On &Intllay, the 11th day of December, 1817
IN pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Lancaster county, the undersign
ed Administratrix of the Estate of Peter Mc-
Ttigue, 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
No. 2. 11. 2.10 T Or OBOUND,
Fronting' 8 feel on Front street, below Union
street, in said borongh,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 Riven LOT OF GROUND, fronting
.9.9 i feet, more or less on Front street afore
said, and extending in depth about 150 feet to
the Susquehanna River, upon whica is erected
a large Two Story Prairie Warehouse, and
adjoining properly of A. Bruner, John Cooper,
Cornelius Tyson and others.
No. 3. A House and Lot of around
fronting 40 feet on Union street aforesaid,
between Second and Third street, and extend
ing in - depth to a public alley, and adjoining
pr.perty of Patrick Murphy, Charles Odell
:ale to commence at l o'clock P. 51., when
attendance will be given and terms made
known by BRIDGET MeTriC UP.,
Adinislist rati ix-
Columbia, Nor. 80, 1847.—ts
Lancaster li'..caminer & !Jerald please copy,
and send ball to this office.
Valuable Lot For Sale.
A LOT OP GROUND on Locust street,
_Z - 1_ in the Borough of Columbia, lately sold
as the properly of George C. Lloyd, deceased,
is now offered at private sale. if not sold be
fore the evening of Saturday, the 4th of De
cember next, it will then be offered for sale by
public out-try, at the Washington Hotel, k - ept
by Col. D. Ilerr, at 7 o'clock. It will be divf•
ded to suit purchasers. If not sold on the 9th
of December it will be rented.
Columbia, November 13, 1817.—ts
NEW GOODS I!
• W. & S. PATTON.
r l'Ert returning thanks to •he citizens of
irX_ Columbia and vicinity, for the very liberal
snare of patronage bestowed upon them during
the past Spring and Summer, would again call
their attention to their NEW sToeN. of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
Consisting of Cloakings, French, English and
German do—Coburg's Paramettas and Plaids
Dress G 1011 S, Plain, Plaid and Fancy Colored
Cashmeres, California an I Lama Plaid Bantha.
zincs, A !pumas, Mottiean, Buena Vista and Cerro
Gordo Plaids, Woolen do. Superior quality Lon•
don Glassy Alpacras, Lustre Plaid and Striped do.
Chashmere, Terkerra, Embroidered, &re. Plain
Thihet, Silk and Wool Fringes, Blanket, Plain
and Plaid Cloth do. Now style Belgian Shawls•
Cloths and Cassinicres•
A large m•sortment of Cloths, West of England
and French Cloths and Cassirneres, very line. and
extra w id th—B lue , Ba o wn ' Drab, Olive, invisible
Green, Mixed arid Black Brit,sh and American
Cloths—Plain and Fancy Cansimeres Satinets,
Kentucky Jeanes, both plain and striped, Bever
teens, Velvet Cuards. Coarse Cloths and Satinets,
Complete assortment of Boys' Wear, woolen
and worsted—Velvet and Satin Vestings, plain
anal figured—Th.lrings and Drilling,, Flannels,
Welsh Gause and Shrouding Flannels, unsorted
colors, Domestic and Canton Flannels, avnorted.
Gloves and Hosiery, Kid, Silk, Buck an d; Woolen
Gloves and Mitts, Silk, Lamb's Wool and Cotton
Hose, French Linen Cambric Handkerchiefa, very
low. Furnishing Goods. Blankets, Wool and Rag
Carpets of the bent quality—Floor and Table Oil
Cloths, Feathers. Looking Glasses, Umbrellas,
China and Queenswaie, Fresh Groceries, Superior
Teas, just imported. Camphene and Lamp Oils,
Mackerel lay the barrel, Salt by the sack, new crop
Strain, d Honey. &c.
Our Goods have been selected with great care
for cash, besides are all new and free from moth
cat 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 anal Locust st.
W. & S. PATTON
Columbia, Nov. 6, 1847.—tf
LOOKING GLASSES of all slam and at re
duccd prices. For Bale at
0c2'47 FRY & SPANGLER'S.
THE Improved Carmine Saucers for dying silk
stockings, gloves, feathers, flowers, gauzes,
crapes, cambrics, muslin, &c. Fur sale at
HONEY fur sale, at Young & Cassell'a. No
50, Front street, Columbia. Oct.23—tt
SHAW LS I SILINV LS 1 1
ilißET,Modie, Plaid, Cashmere, Turkerri, Silk
Casei mere, Blanket Crape, and every variety of
Shawls for sale low at the New York Moro-
Oct.l6—tf GRIEL, HART & GILBERT.
LIST OF BOOKS
Recently received and for sale at the
COLUMBIA BOOK STORE,
Locust Street, opposite the Post Office.
Home and Tray. Library z Ladies' %York Box
Cent. Roberts $ The Bustle
Laughable Stratagems , Lover's stories of Ireland
Marston Lover's Songs and Ballads
Horse keeper's Go ide Itoss's Bank Keeping
Last days of Pompeii %Vaslaington and his Gen's.
Eugene Aram Way to Live Well
Miss Pickering's Novels Health made Elsy
Mary Morris Ladies' Work Table Book
Literary Ladies of England ifollick's Origin of Life
Evelyn Nurse's Rhyme Book
Mabel, the Actress Aladdin
Rescued Nun Chambers' Inf. for People
Philosophy of Evil Rose of W issalitkon
Llfe of Gen. Taylor Tourist's Guide
Mexico and her Military Green on Gambling
Chieftains Portraits of Gen. Taylor
Life of Gen. Lafayette '' Indepenirce Hall
Taylor and his Generals American Wife
Alta California Mothers' Medical Guide
Conquest of Santa Fe infant Treatment
Ladies' Self Instructor Works of Miss Landon
Winter Gift fur Ladies Davis's Revelations
And a variety of other
be sold at the lowest rate:
ATORE NEW GOODS AT
FRY & SPANGLE WS.
TIIE subscribers have just received and are now
opening another splendid assortment of goods,
which they are determined to scll at such prices as
cannot fail to please. All they ask is a call, as
they are confident or suiting those who wish to
purchase. FRY & SPANGLER.
Columbia, October 30, 1.817.—tf.
Full assortment of MUFFS and BOAS just
received and for sale at
0et30'47-tf FRY & SPANGLER'S.
PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN KILLER,
OR TILE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE
TM subscriber bees leave to inform the citizens of Co
-111(1111la alai vicinity that lie has just received from
Providence. It. 1.. three boxes of Perry Dayls's Pain
Killer. sn well known in lie New England states for
removing alt kinds of pain+, no matter what kind—Rheu
matism, Aching Face, Aching Teeth, tiaras, Pain in the
neck, lunch, and head; Colds, Choke pain, &c ,&e., and
for :ode Only by W. A. LEADER.
Coltman:l, November n, 1517.---If.
Mend to Your Coughs and Colds
1312. JAYNE'S EXP ECTORANT.
T i on roughs, Colts, Asthma, Spitting of Blood. ❑oop
ing 1 . 01101. Croup, lio and Soreness"!
the Side and liat•i:, Uoll.lmption, and all diseases of the
!dings aipl Breast, &c.. dcg. For sale by
Nov3o'l7-tf %V. A. LEADER.
CANDY CANDY!! CANDY!!!
t t , In c .? o n fN d lo i l i a t ss_es c Candy. New York Cream, Coen
t. and for i,cle cl
the lowei.l prince, at No. 154. North Fourth Street, two
Doors below Vine, Philadelphia. Shopkeepers and
others dealing in these articles are respectfully invited to
FURS I FURS Iv. FURS 'II!
TrIE subscriber would respectfully invite
Ladies and Gentlemen about visiting
Philadelphia, and in want of
E.1.1•Cl• .F UR:S . ,
Such as MUFFS. BOAS, TIPPITS, &c., to
give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as
they will find it to their advantage and no
All orders received shall he faithfully attend
ed to at No, 93, North Third Street. above
Arch. Philadelphia. JAMES REISEY.
n - BUFFALO lIOBES always on hand.
Philadelphia, October 30, ISt7.-3m
NEW YORK CHEAP STORE,
Flynt Street, Columbia, Penit'a.
rilIlF, subscriber is now selling oft' at COST his
entire stock of new and well selected Dry
Goods, Groceries, Hats, 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
Groat Reduction of prices
will induce every person wishing Cheep Goods, to
buy without further trouble.
Such as Coffee, sugar, Molasses, Teas, 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•
lutnhia, to close the concern.
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
Selling at about half price; coarse heavy Roots for
winter. fine ca I! :on do. ; also, Brogans of all va
rieties and sizes, selling off cheap.
HATS AND CAPS,
For men and boys; fine /3eaverteen, Nutria and
Angola flats, all sizes; Fur, Cloth. Seal, Gingham.
Glazed and Silk glazed Caps of all 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 Ins business in this place.
Country produce taken m exchange at market
prices. ELIAS RAUB.
Columbia, October 23, 1847.
SHAWLS! SIIAWLS !!
A splendid assortment of the .latest styles just
received and fur sale CHEA P at
octin' ti-if J. D. &J. WRIGHT.
MUFFS! MUFFS I! MUFFS!!!
A splendid assortment jcst received and for sale
VERY CHEAP at
net:23'474 f J. D. & J. WRIGHT.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
UST received a large and well selected assort
!) meet of
ALSO—SCHOOL BOOKS & STATIONERY.
Of every variety for sale cheap at the Colombia
Book Store, Locust Street, opposite the Post Office.
COUGIIS, COLDS, ASTHMA AND
ITHE Indian Vegetable Balsam is the only 'Tafe
l. 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, Infiamation of the Lungs and
Throat, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup,
Consumption, &c. It does all it promises, and all
that is asked is just to gum it a fair trial, and it will
at once prove its superiority over every thing of the
The Indian Vegetable Balsam is prepared only
by IL M. Crawford, Philadelphia, and for sale by
C. Westbrook, Agent for Columbia ; Anderson,
Marietta; C. S. Kauffman, Washington ; Jno. Herr
& Son, Safe Harbor. Oct. IC—Gm.
CASHMERE PLAIDS !
FOR Cloaks, Dresses, &c. A large and well se.
lected assortment, comprising Borne new and
beautiful styles for children's wear, now opening
et the Now York Store. -
Oct. 1 6,—lf GRIEL, HART & GILRERT.
1. Sacks of ground alum Salt. Just reoeivgd
at Young & Cumuli's. No. SO, Front at.,
MILLER CO.'S EXPRESS.
r,stillEtali BY their own Cars in
charge of messengers, and under locks, DAILY be
tween Philadelphia, Lancaster, Columbia, Wrights.
vine, York, Gettysburg, Baltimore, Washington,
South, West, North and East, by
M. & Co. arc 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 prompt 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
➢filler & Co.'s ExpreFs. '
D. F. GRIFFITH, Agent,
OFFICES.-- Corner of Third and Chestnut street,
Philadelphia; Chas. Norrpnn, Lancaster; H. Raul
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,
books all of which will
COLUMBIA LIVERY STABLES,
m riE subscriber having fitted up a Livery
Stable,•in the Borough of Columbia, at the
WASIIINGTON HOTEL, would respectfully call
the attention °l'M° 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
SATE STOCK OF HORSES,
Together with different kinds of CARRIACIT.S,
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.
Yob youthful heroes, all draw near
And to my feeble song give car,
If you in Horsemanship delight
And on some 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 fir-t speed,
To serve you all, you'll find him able,
By calling at his Livery Stable.
JOON B. EDW ARDS
Columbia. October 30, 1847.—Gm
ClI LliS, Shawls, Cashmeres, Dclaines, slerinoes,
Alpacas, Cloths, Cassimeres, Satins, Ginghams,
and a variety of all other kinds of goods which
will he sold low for cash. at Young & Cassell's,
No. 50, Front strccl, Columbia. Oct.:D-4f
TUST opened dII the desirable shades of those
ftsplendid T[ll BET CLOTHS so much in de.
inane] at present for cloalcs and dresses—warranted
from the celebrated factory of Levens & Co. At
the BEE HIVE,
Lancaster, Oet.23—tf North Queen street.
AUCTION GOODS, AUCTION GOODS.
ITMIE subscribers have just received a very ex
tensivc 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 lIAT.DEMAN & Co.
Wanted, one or two experienced Salesmen.
Columbia, Oct. 2.3—tf P. 11. & Co.
FWE 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 smell piece bit out of the lower lid of the rieht
eye, answers , o the name of Bull. The above re.
ward will be paid on the delivery of the dm!, or
thief, to the owners. YOUNG & CASSELL.
Columbia, Oct. 23, 18-17.tf
RICH TE RICE RIO. SH A WLS. •
TEST opened 50 of the most superb Terkerri
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 sTILLITILEi COME."
TUST received GO pieces of those splendid French
p and English Plaids so much worn for Ladies
Fall and Winter Dresses. At the Dee (live, North
Queen street. CHAS. E. WENTZ & BRO.
Lancaster, Oct. 23, 18 I7—tf
117 ltENCII iNIIRINOS for Cloaks! The largest
and most splendid assortment ever offered in
Lancaster, and comprising every shade and color,
now opening and for sale low nt the New York
Store. ORIEL, HART & GILI3ERT.
Lancaster, Oct. 16, 1.847.—tf
FRINGES I CLOAK FRINGES !!
FRINGES of every variety of width and color
to match French Merinos at the New York
Store. GRIEL, HART & GILBERT.
Lancaster, Oct. 16,1747.—1 f
cLoTils crAyrns!! 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 Ptore.
Oct. I G—tf GRIEL, HART & GILBERT.
CASSI MERE S, SATIN &c.
ATOW opening n splendid assortment of plain
black and fancy Casaimercs, 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 GILIEL, HART & GILBERT.
DRESS AND FANCY GOODS.
SUPER all wool Cashmeres, M. de Laincs, 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, S.-,c , &c.. now
opening nt the New York Store.
Oct.l6—tf GRIEL, HART & GILBERT.
The cold w lode of autumn sigh sail o'er the lea,
And the Storm-spirit Dolma in horrible glee;
On the breast of the lined the sere forest-lenves float,
And Nature's voice whispers "Nan, buy Mee a Coot '"
What, Snow 1 by my fltith I seem turning to stone;
The Coat's n good thing• but is uncles. alone,
No longer in Summer's light livery dressed,
I must have /roller Drawers, Pasts, Sidrts and a Pest
And now. where to buy cheapest. And where to huy beet
And where can I be 111.1. t becomingly drerned:
•• Ay there in the rub"—let me see : in the •' Spy,"
Pi:wren:As looms up me Wiest, I'll go there end try!
The wind thunders " Cn t" and the storm spirit prances
And the eddying flood with the forest-leaf dances.
And Nature applands—while in elegant dress,
The bard blames PILETSMAN, and. PRETSMAN, gAs
Columbia, Oct. 9th, 1817•—tf
Eveniim Mail Trains.
Miller & Co.'s ExpresseColumbin
FRENCH MEI2INOE6 !!
"WINTER' S COMING."
JOHN F. HOUSTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Irtge r arc,
REMOVED his.lL n O er Fr of lCZ . E run to t
and Gay streets, where lie will attend prompt
ly to all business in the line of his profession.
Columbia, April 14, 1947.—tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Columbia, Lancaster county. Penn'a,
WILL practice in the several Courts of
Lancastcrand York counties.
OFFiCE.- In Walnut street, adjoining the
Washington Hotel. Mar G, 1847.
BOOT. IVI. S. AITORKLE.
c i FFICE-South East corner of Locust and
Boarding House—with Mrs. Swartz, doors
below his late residence.
MORE NEW GOODS.
CALI, and see die splendid assortment of New
Cood.‘. jest received by •
0c,123'87-s1 3 P. R. I. WRIGHT.
ANOTHER large supply of choice Dry Goode
for Fall and Winter. AL the Bee hive, North
Queen street. CHAS. E. WENTZ Sr. BRO.
Lancaster, Oct. 2, , ISl7—tf
FOR sale a light two horse wagon nearly new
Apply to FRY & SPANGLER.
Columbia, Oct. IG, 1817—tf.
hRESII I.7IIIIMEAL OIL, nt Young R. Cas
sums', N 0.50, Front Strect Columbia. oct.9.tf
TERKIR RA SITA.WES.
Splendid assortment of Tcrkirra and other
lA_ shawls. Just received at
0c2'47 • FRY & SPANGLER'S.
PLAINTKETS: I L ALNKETST. S For sale
very low at FRY & SPANGLER'S.
ririrn: LADIES arc particularly invited to call
early and examine those beautiful Bon.
net Ribbons, all new, Fall Styles, now opening at
the REX lIIVFi, North Queen st.
00PIECES Alpachas and Lustros, at prices
from 18 cents and upwards per yard, now
opening at the DEE lIIPE , North Queen at.
DOUBLE EXTRACT OF MUSK just received
and for sale at LEADER'S.
I)AYSON'S INDELIBLE INK. for marking
linen, silk and cotton ;without the preparation.
For sale 14 W. A. 1...F.A1)F.R.
VT.A.DIVED—Two apprentices to learn the
V Tin, ShccL iron and Copper business. Boys
from the country preferred. Apply to
Columbia, Sept. 11, 1847. 11. PFAIiLER.
LOOKING GLASSES of all kinds, just re
ceived at YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50.
.A_New supply of 'Parton and Monterey Plaids
for ladies' wear, just received at
septa l'47—tf YOUNG & C.%SSEL'S No. 50.
rimiE newest and bcst 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
scptl l'47—tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50.
ORLEANS LUSTRE at
YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. SO
AU DRY Starch Polish, for preparing starch
I_ without the addition of any greasy substance,
and for producing a btilliant pearly gloss on the
linen. &Id only by - R. WILI.I.IIkIS.
TOHNSON'S Super. Eesential Walnut Oil Min
a tory Shaving Soap, superior to all others for
shaving. Sold by It. W ILLI:InIS.
AVRIGIIT'S Indian Vegetable Pills or
Indian Purgative, and Indian Vegeta
ble Syrup warranted genuine For sale by
NTI-AGUE MIXTURE. A warranted
cure fur fever and ague. For sale by
N. IL—There is none genuine but that sold by
It. Williams. au:11%174C
IL BULL'S Compouni! Extract or Sarsa
parilla fa: sale by IL WILLIAMS.
I)AC CLASPS, Purse and Bag Twist, Steel
jp• Beads, Purse and Bag Rings and
Fur sgle by R. WILLIAMS.
DOCTOR ROBBY'S Brazilian Hair Curling
Liquid. For sale by R. WILLUMS.
DOC TOR TO WNDSEN'S Compound Extract
of Sarsaparilla never Jails to eradicate en.
tirely all the clfects.of mercury, infinitely sooner
than any other medicine, night sweats, nervou,
debility, nervous complaints of all kinds,neurali
gia. organic affections, &c. Sold by
au14'4.74f IL WILLIAMS.
GIMPS AND FRINGES.
1 - )LACK SILK and INloliair Fringes and
_IJO Gimps, for sale cheap at
FRY Sc SPANGLER'S
Columbia, Aug 7, 18.17.—tf
j_ I3EKIN TEAS of all kinds, to be had fresh
at YOUNG & CASSEL'S Store, Nu. 30
Columbia, aug. 7, 1847—tf
Nails and Spikes.
Kegs N AILS, sr IDES and BRADS.—
Just received and for sale at reduced
prices by RUMPLE HESS.
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•
lions enclosed. Sold at the sign of the Amer
ican Eagle, No. 82 Catham Street. New York•
Price SO cents, .81. or $1,50 per bottle. Sold by
Aug. 7,1847—Gm IL W ILLIAMS.
A i r ILL and CROSS-CUT SAWS, of 110-
Ittland's best. Fur sale at manufactures
prices by RUMPLE dt lIESS.
Columbia, April 7, 1.847.—tf
ITERR'S Celebrated Lowden Ffth CliAliV
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.—tf
TUST received and for safest the liardivar
Store of . RUMPLE & HESS'
Colombia, April 7,1847.—tf
S I IPEEL BEAD PURSES AND BAGS.
(ST received a most splendid assortment of
Bead Purses and Bags not to be surpassed by
any. Also Steel Brads, Tassels, Rings,
and Rings in setts, Clasps, and Twist of different
shades. For sale by W. A. LEADER.
ATILLER'S celebrated Odontalgic Drops will
I cure the most inveterate tooth ache in ono
minute. Warranted not to injure the teeth in the
least degree. For sale_by W. A. LEADER.
NT ! 0 prepared chalk. But Jones Spanish Lily
I_l While, Glenn's Lily White, Rowand's Ala.
baster Powder, Ednend's Pearl Powdcr, Powder
Bills all of superior quality, together with Toilet
Powder and Puffs. Fur sale by
nov2o'47•tf W. A. LEADER.
/1111 E following lumber was returned to M.
I G. l%larplc, Esq., of East Doneg,al town
ship, by Christian Bucher, via: 8 hewen logs
of various lengths, from 20 to 78 feet long, and
squared about 8 by 10 inches, without any par
ticular mark observed.
Nov. 80, 1847
- 1 - 3, P. STEWART'S Patent Air-Tight and
. 1_ Hot-Air Summer and' Winter COOKING
SP) VP., for Wood or Coal. Sold only at No. 86,
Baltimore .Vtacet, 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 evir 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 test it
with any other stove, either as a fuel saver, or com
plete operator. It has never been surpassed, i f 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 184 G.
Its performance is warranted is 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 seas 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 axe 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 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.
lean," Mr. Abell, editor of the "Sun," Mr. Barnes,
editor of the "Patriot," Rcv. Dr. Green, Rev. R.
Piggot, Rev. Mr. Harrison, Rev. Mr. Munroe, Dr.
Bear, Dr. McMannus, Dr. Diffendaffcr ' 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 al the expense of the subscriber.
For sale by Messrs. JAMES & SAMUEL
SMITH, WRIGHTSVILLE, my only Agents
north of Baltimore.
rnomAs G. lIAPPERSETT.
No. SG, Baltimore St., ncar Gay
Steam Engine for Sale;
FACTORY TO RENT.
A Fl VE horse power Steam Engine with
11_ an 8 horse boiler in complete order for
sale—at present put op in the brick Factory
on Union street, above Second. Said building
is for sale or to rent; it is so feet square, well
lighted, has large doors fronting north and
south, on Union street and on a 12 foot alloy,
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 ihe building stands is large
and would suit for the storing of lumber or
SO Tons Pine Grove Coal for sale.
Oct. 2d—tf J. H. MIFFLIN.
T"Epartnership heretofore existing between the
subscribers, trading under the firm of J. W.
Fisher &Co., has been dissolved by mutual consent.
J. IV. FISHER,
Columbia, September 1, 1817.
TILE undersigned has just received a fresh
supply of goods suited to the season, embrac
SATINETTS and VESTINOS 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 ccuntry town.
Ile continues to carry on the Tailoring Bus
iness. and will be thankful for a continuance
of past favors. J. W. SISIIER.
October 2, 1847.4 f
PEMBERTON•S COMPOUND FLUID EX
TRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, for the re.
;naval and permanent cure of all diseases arb..b.c
front an impure state of the blood. Prepared only
by W. A. LEADER.
Soaps, Soaps, Soaps.
CI i LD 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
sept94'47-tf W. A. LEADER.
TRISH LINENS.-100 pieces just received di.
rout from Boston, they are a great bargain, and
Well worthy the examination of every housekeeper.
Pickings, Flannels, Crash and Table Diaper, for
sale at remarkably low prices at the
Sept. 2.1--tf BEE HIVE, North Queen st.
WO THOSE THAT ARE FOND OF
THE undersigned have just received the
best and most oomplete assortment of
Lnglish 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
Revoking and self-cocking
Call and examine for yourselves, at the - cheap
Hardware Store of
RUMPLE, HE I M
Columbia, Aug. 21.1847.
M. G. MAR ME