The Columbia spy. and literary register. (Columbia, Pa.) 1848-1848, March 25, 1848, Image 4

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    IN THE MATTER Of the intended application of HUGH
BOYLE, to the Court ofQuarter Sessions. at the April
Term, 1648, for license to keep a tavern in the Borough
of Columbia. it being an old stand
WE, the undersigned citizens of the Borough of Colum
his, in which said tavern is proposed to be kept. do certi
fy that the said tavern is necessary to accommodate the
public and entertain strangere and travellers. and that we
are well acquainted with be said thigh Boy le. and that
be is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is
well provided with house room and conveniences for the
accommodation of strangers and travellers.
John Cassel. John Ziegler. Paul Hamilton, John A.
Hook, Samuel Retire, J. 11. Hunter. Samuel F. Imelinni.
Peter Saylor. Reuben Mullisott, Robert Hanulton, Ueo.
Wolf, John Vaiighen, F. A. Thomas.
March 11, leleAt
IN THE MATTER. 01 the intended application
J. GAULT, to the Court of Quarter Session.. at the
April Term, ItA9, for license to keep a tavern In the
Borough of Columbia. it betng au old stand.
WE, the undersigned citizens of the Borough of Colum
bia, in which said tavern is proposed to be kept, do certi
fy that the stud tavern is nece,ory to accommodate the
public and entertain strangers and travellers. and that we
are well acquainted with the said Joshua J. Gault. 11111 i that
he is of good repine for honesty and temperance. rind is
well provided with house room and convenience. for the
accommodation of strangers and travellers.
George Mann. John Lockard. Sett.. K. Ziegler. John
Lockard. Jr., Jonas Rumple. Andrew Brown. John Clark.
Daniel Zahm. John Laity. James L. Pretstuit. Francis
Hays, Chas Rawlings.
March 11. ie4e-3t
IN THE AIXI TEE of the intended application of JESSE
MOORE, to the Court of ((carter tswssions. a , the April
Term. 154, for license to keep a tavern in the Borough
of Columbia. it being an old stand
WE, the undersigned eni/ens of the thorough of Colum
bia, in winch said tavern proposed to be kept. do certi
fy that the said tavern is arcs-wry to necorninoilaie the
public and entertain strangers and traveller.. and that w•e
are well acquainted with the said Jesse Moore. and that
he is of good repute for hone•ny and temperance. and is
well provided with house room and COil l, lllelICC , for the
accommodation of strangers mid travellers.
John H. Brooks, Daniel Zahm, Peter Saylor. George
Weaver John Lightner. Reuben 3lullimon, John. Eddy.
11. G. Munch. Michael Wisler. Jr, Pbnhp Shreiner. John
Slack. John S Jeffery Smedley, Hugh sunders.
March 11, 1-49-3 t
IN TITS MATTER of the intended appleattoit of JOHN
BARR, to the Court of Quarter Se•-100, at the April
Term. 1,1 , . for license to keep a tasern lit the liorough
of Columain. it being an old stand.
_ . . • . . .
WE, the undersigned cmcens of the Borough of Colum
bia. in which stud tavern is propo.ed to be kept, do certi
fy that the said tavern is neces,..ary to accommodate the
public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that we
arc well acquainted with the stud John Barr. and
that he is of good repute for hone,.ty and temperance. and
is well provided IA ith house room and conveniences for
the accommodation of ..trance, and travellers
Paul Hamilton. George ‘ , l , ike, Reuben Mullison. John
Cassel. George Wolt: John Lightner. John Vaughen. Pe
ter Saylor. George Weaver. Peter Haldeman. J. W.
Cottrell. Charles Rawlings.
March 11 : 1,-at
IN THE NIAITER of thu intended application of JOS.
BLACK, to the Court of gunner nt the April
Term. tor a licence to keep a tavern at the Bor
ough of Columbia. it being an o'd •itind
WE, the took it0(0111411 of Columbia
in which said ta,ern propo-ed to be kept. do cernty that
the said 1.11.010 0 nece—art. to n "1.4411111011 are tne public
arid entertain %mute., I . - and that we tire
well llCClplalltled 1.%11/1 lily ...a/ 41 Jts, 1,1 Mach, and that
h e to of goo d repute 'or hoar.:: and temperance. and ,
well provtded ‘voli boa, Orion.. :rind ron,llll-11CCS tor the
accommodation of strange, and traveller,
John A. Hook. I: s. !trod/wad. .1. Hume,. George
Wolf. John .1. 1it...1011.1,k fon lire 111 I:inn, George \\ Ike.
Geo C Eram,eti. 11. I: Jno.
Laehmer. John Vanghem Peter Haldeman. J. W. Cot
trell, 1.. K rmnt ler. Jounei L I'ret.ma4. James Collins. Jr.
Mnren 11. I'l--:h
IN I'HI:MA'rTER of the intelahnl application of DAN-
IliL to the Court of Quart. r Se
-tunic, ht the
April Term. I,ltr, for hero.... to keen a tavern in the
Borough of Col 1/111. it betilg an old -lnd.
WE: the intiler,tunedelliTel, of the I/01,110/ Or Col ambit
in at hick said tavern is proposed to he kept, do certify
that the stud tavern is necessary to ~,eo i nt oot ht te th e
public and entertain strangers and travellers. and that WI2
are well ricetplainted with the sold Lionel Herr. and
that het., of good repute for honesty and temperance and
is well prosni. d with house room and convenience for
the accommodation of strangers and travellers.
Robert Hatadion. John B. Edwards, nu alien
James Myers. Frs A, Thomas. John Jordan, George C.
Franci , cus. Henry Pt - abler. John Cassel, Joseph Tyson,
Paul Hanithon..l. H. Hunter.
March 11. I‘
IN THE MA'PrER of the intended a:The:mon of RE
BECCA ERERLEIN. to the Court of Quarter Ses , ions.
nt the April Term. 1-4-. tor been.e to keep a tavern
in the Borough of Columbia. it beial. an old <ta•nd.
WE. the under,ntned CIII7CII, of the Borough of Col
umbia. in which =aid tavern is propo , ed to be kept. do
certify that the •aid tavern n. neoo....ary to accommodate
the public rind entertain StrallTeN and traveller, and that
we are acquainted with the ',oil Rebecca Eberlern. and
that she is of tomd Terme for lione:ty nod temperance.
and is well provided with hon•c room am] conveniences
for the accommodation of ..arainTer , and travellcm
John Bruner. Cooper Seibert. Conrail Stuart. Daniel
Zahm. Peter Say tor. Robert Spear. John NlTall. Peter
A. Kimburg.. Pet , r I lila-man. Rump•e. John Ben
net. Isaac Va 11211,1. Jacob I,nm:lam
March 11,
IN Tim mATTE3I of the Int,ntl,l n2y.hg,kno tt of
WARD A Ili iWA RD. to tio• Croat of 9uorter Se , -
sloes. at the April Toro , I- t.s. for heenso 1,1 , -
era ut the lloroogo tot Colon. Id. o .ong no old stand
"NT th , 111,11. lit 11, borough of Columbia.
in which proposed to I.e kept, no certify
that the said raver. , e ry n , gottooodnie the
public nod entertato wratlgers tool Iran, filer-. and that we
arc well acquainted with toe said Edward A Hownrd.and
that he is of good ropos• for honesty and h•toporonce. nod
is well provolvd ,lth hens , . revoltild COllVellteneet. for
the ngeoonnoolnuon of strangers and travelho,
Prior Ilahleman. II 11 Atkto,, Abraham Myers, 1.
H. limner, sni t itiiq Rcild. Ibt.r Saylor. TV lll•ck
rothe. James-V:11101ot, John sdnek..l W. Cottrell, Gcorirc
I. Diller. auchini.lnon Pehr, F A Thomas, hi
Concly. Plohp (lo•sler.
March 11. 1,1•••-lt.
IN Tim MATTER of the un•nded amdicatten of coIt
:STELICS TYSON., in the Coort of Quarter Ste , 4irin., at
the April Term, ISl'. for lieen.e to keep ii tavern in the
Borough of Columma• a Lents tin old •tend
1,111 , .. the under-mood. eltl/011S of th” Borough of Colum
bia. in which -.aid tavern to propo.-ed to in‘ kept. To Cer
tify, that the -aid inn or tavern is nece..ary to accommo
date the public and entertain stranger, and traveller.,
and that we are well acquainted wan the sad Cornelius
Tyson. and that he I, of gond repute for honesty and tem
perance, and is well provided with house room and con
veniences for the accommodation, of strangers and trav
John Cooper, Thrimn. Lewic Joniiihnn
Pu,y. John \V Coriri•ll. Peter 11:11.irninn. IVin.
Power, J. Ziegler. George 11 - 11, John Lightner, Samuel
March 11, 15
It"; MATrEIt of the Intended apploottion of DAVID
CA ssr.L, Jr, to tar Court of quaver nt the
April Term 1-1-. for breve' to keep a tavern in the
Ilornuch of Marteita. it helm; an old ....and
wr... the under.urned en t ie n n Dorench nf Mariet
ta, in which said Int ern u..prettrted to he net.% Do Certi
fy. that the =aid an or tavern in neee.nary to :teem/ono.
date the public and entertain ane j tnt•r hers. and
that we are well aeunainted tech the said Da.
.7r. and that he in nt rood repute for hottecty and temper.
a nte , and is %y e ll pr, t cidod wtth house room and eon, en•
itenrea for the arrommodatiot e . ..lran:ter , and :rayon,.
Abraham Ca•..el. John H. Goodman. I. roller. S. zunel
Nowlor. Nimrod ran-el. John Ludwir Fidler. S.
F. Encle. Fredenek llehlmr. Wm Cummtur... Andrew
7..eader. John IC Fidler. Samuel Joluntoo, II Mucselman.
Henry rourhenour
Mnreh 11. 1-1-,lt
rsTur. MATTER of the intended applieation of JACOB
RIG LEO. to the Court niQuarter Se-'tons. at the April
Term. for license to keep n tavern in the Borough
of Marietta. it being, an old stand
WE.the undersigned. e:n7ens of the borough of Mariet•
ta, in which said tavern is proposed to he kept, Ito Certi
fy, that the said= or tavern is necessary. to accommo
date the public nod entertain strancers and travellers.
and that we are well acquainted wan the said Jacob Big
ler, and that he is of good repute for honesty and temper
ance, and is well provided with house room and conven
iences for the accommodation of strunrers and travellers
Abraham Cassel. David Barry. S Earle. Frederick
ileverling. Conrail Smith. Frederick shine. S S Nagle.
Abraham Varley.Joseph Mack, Samuel Oberlin. Samuel
Bailie, David Rinehart
March 11, 1,7144-3 t.
IN THE NATTER of the intended appltentton ofJAMES
STACK Ilz tUt.ll-.1. to thr Court of quarter Session., tit
the April Term,leV, for license TO keep a tavern in the
Borough of Marietta. it lining an old stand
WE, tue undentgned, citizens of the Borough of Mari
etta, in which said tavern is proposed to be kept. Do Cry
tify, that the said inn or tavern Is necessary to accommo
date the public and entertain strangers and travellers.
and that we are well acquainted with the said Jame,
Staekhouse, and that he is of rood repute for honesty and
temperance, and is well provided with house Town and
conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and
Samuel Bailie ,Andrem Leader, Abraham Varley. Niel.
etas Chapman. Adam Steiger. T. Johnston, Simon S ;stn.
rle, John Parka, Henry Hants, Abraham Cassel, Jobu
Roth. Joseph Mack
March 11, 15154. it
TiFsabseriber haring disposed of his stock
t. Merc:lrenchte. and 000ket, u t ott :i• dt,:o tt o g host.
fleas. herchy oottfies all Coo., t , t d e b te .l to bin to call and
settle up their aocounta. and 1 , 0, having rlattn, ogninat
!um to present tlxm without dehp
I If....3lumtna. March 4. T.. li. SAYLOIT.
IN THE MATTER of the intended application of MARY
FISHBAUGH, to the Court of Quarter Sessions. at the
April Term, BSI?, for license to keep a tavern m the
Borough of Marietta, it being an old stand.
WI; the undersigned, citizens of the borough of Mariet
ta, in which said tavern is proposed to be kept, Do Certi
fy. that the said um or tavern is necessary to accommo
date the public and entertain strangers and travellers,
and that we are weil acquainted with the said Mary Fish
bough. and that she is of good repute for honesty and tem
perance. and is well provided ssuh house room and
conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and
Samuel Johnson. Joint Parks. John Schack. Abraham
Cassel, David Rtaeliari. John J. Libhari, S F. Eagle. P.
1.. Etter, Henry Schack, James Dully, T. JOIIIIMOII,
A. Spangler.
March 11. li=4=4t
IN THE:MATTER of the intended application of JOHN
LIST, to the Court of Quarter Sesgions. at the April
Term, IS-13, for lieen.e to keep a tavern in the Borough
of Columbia. it beaux. an old stand.
WE the uriderogned citizens of the borough of Colum
bia, in which saint tavern is proposed to be kept, do cer
tify that the said tavern is necessary to accommodate the
public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that we
are well acquainted with the said John List, and that lie
is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well
provided with house room and conveniences for the as
rmninodution of strangers and travellers.
Ilan , .on Atkan... Pranme Hoye. Henry P. Wolf. Jae.
I. Pretstnnn. John Slack. George Hnmaher. Mtehael
‘l'lsler. John Jordan. Robert Spear, Joan Me l'all. Jonas
Rumple. John It Edwards.
March IE , , 1.,1c.-3t
IN THE MATTER of the intended application of R. W
RANDALL. to the Court of Quarter Sessions at the
April Term, for license to keep a tavern in the
Village of Safe Harbor.
WE the under , istied citizens of the village of Safe Har
bor. in which said tavern is proposed to be kept. do cer
tify that the said tavern is necessary to accommodate
the public and entertain strangers and travellers. and that
see are well acquainted with the stud R. W. Randall. and
that he is of sood repute for honesty and temperance, and
is well provided with home room and conveniences for
the accommodation of strangers and travellers.
W. D. Applegate, Aaron Kendig. P. Hoffman, J. M
Perkins, Edward Hess, Jonas Sourbeer. John H. Slow.
Amos lies.. Wm. Bowen, \t'm Rose, Christian Ohinit,
Jacob Ostrich. Jr.
March 15. IL• —3t
IN TliF. MATTER of the intended application of FRAN
CIS FLURY, to the Court of Quarter Se+sions, at the
• April Term. 1,74=, for licence to keep a tavern in the
Borough of Marietta. It being an old stand.
WE the undersigned eintenc of the borough of Marietta.
in which the sunl tavern is proposed to be kept, do certify
that the snit tat ern in necesnary to accommodate the
public and entertain ntramtern and travellers, and that we
are well acquainted with the •aul Francis Flury. and that
he in of good repute for honenty and temperance, mid is
well Novickd with honce room and conveniences for the
accommodation of stranger. and travellere.
Samuel Ilopkins, S. S. Nagle. Abraham Cassel, Jacob
('ogler. John Roth. Jacob Roth, Jr, John J Ltbhart. 301121
R. Difienbach. Alexander Lindsay, Reuben Welshans,
Wm A Spangler, Jacob Graybill.
March I cr,
IN THE MATTER of the intended application of MI
CHAEL t•TREIN. to the Court of Quarter Sessions. at
the April Term. for license to keep it tavern in the
Ithroach of Columbia. it being au old stand
WE the underiigned eitirens of the borough of Colum
bia. in whirl, suet lucent is proposed to he kept. do certify
that the coal tat ern i. necessary to OCCunanodate the
palate and entertain Stratiadri and traveller-. mid that we
arc m ell acquainted la nth the said Michael Stem. mad that
he is of cowl reptile for homely and temperance. and is
tcell yrnyttleol wnli hart-e room and couventeuces for the
accommodation 01 , Irlid.ZVT, and travellers.
!When lllllnlitoll. Joseph Ty , on. George Wolf. Wm
Power. John :slack. Robert Harry. James Lone. John A
Hook. James Collins. Jr.. Reuben .Ma A. Ow
logs.hael Wi.icr, John Bruner, Daniel Zaino
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Between York, Wrightsville and Co-
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Company having consented to conunue the MORNING
TRAIN between the above places.
113—The Car will leave Columbia DAILY, [Sundays ex
ceNedj at 61, o'clock, A. Al., and the Train will leave
Wrightsville at 61 o'clock. Returning, the Train will
leave York at 9 o'clock, A. M.
April 17,15.17. Supc
am. Baltimore & Susquehanna Rail Road.
The :Warning I'AtiSESGER TRAIN will run
from Balturiore reg,ularly, hereafter, on Sun
day, at 0 o'clock A. . arid Returning will start from Co
lumbia at IC NI., Wrighowdle 2 . and from fork
at .3 o'clock, P. NI., a. oil oilier of the week. 'rile
mail between 13.11IIITIOTe and York x, ill he carried by Run
train No other train erill run on Sunday.
...iurcrtati &Went of Transportauon
rT:RY the New Light.-111 Families using Can
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can avoid all the trouble of the first, and the nuisance of the
latter, by using Raub's Ethereal Lumps, which are free
from smoke or anything offensive, and require no trim
ming or snuffing, and are so constructed that a teaspoon
ful of Ethereal will burn 12 hours Genuine Ethereal
manufactured and sold only by Elias Raub. who is duly
authorized. No Fluid sold as Ethereal in this town is
Columbia. Jan. I, 124,stf.
Pram= TEAS
compri•ing the different grades of Green and
In 131ack TIL%S. put up carefully in TIN FOIL. in
quarter and half pound papers, expressly for family use.
%I - c deem it unnecessary to enter into detail , . as its supe
riority aver all other TEAS has been long tested by the
increasing demand for them.
Principal Depot. No. 21, South Second street. Phila.
For sale by FRY & SPANGLER,
Who arc the only authorized agents for Columbia.
December IE, 1517.-1 m
033! MY 333343.33 !!
lIEADUL-Well, what's the matter Why ,
my hair is all . falling out, and I shall soon be bard
Well. no matter for that—you hare only to use Jayne's
Hair Tonic faithfully. and it will not only stop your hair
Irma falling off, and gesiore your scalp to a healthy con
dition. but cause your hair to grow again more beautiful
than ever l'cr sale by W. A. LEADER.
Columbia. Jan. 15. Ic49.—tf:
xvxtrazr.xt a. CO.'S mitenEss.
BY their own Cars in charge of messengers, and
tinder locks. DAILY between Philadelphia. Lancia.-
ter. Columbia. Wrizlitvville, York. Getty.thurg. Baltimore
Wm.hinginsi. Smith. We...t, North and Eant, by EVEN
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speed. Being desirous of aifording every facility for the
prompt and eemminical transaction of any co ttttt ussion
entrusted to them. they respectfully solicit the patronage
of all to their line.
All good, or packages nia , tt he marked By Miller &
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ingion. 1) C.: ll.lehinond, Va.; Wheeloig. Va.. Plit—
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THE subscriber Mainz fitted up a Livery Sla
1. He,. the borough of 00111111b1:1. at the Wa...lnnuton
I lotel. would respecttully call the attention of the eilltells
and couununily to that tact. Jfe. having gone to co:l,d
-erable rare and expetace to get up each a -mud no the
town never yet had. IA mad beg leave to announce, tnat
he in, prepared littn-elf with a eat. and
Together woll ntilereta Intal, of CARRIAGES. to suit the
travel hunt connottnit), now a.lot a Aare of patronage doe
to a pursue good. and hopes by -trist and prompt :MCC
-11011 to IC-- /lOC of t 1 0 ,111,... to mint the same.
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And oil 0 0010 bnlsp• moon It flight.
Peretinitee -woe liar oils at your vde,
Deny the plett.are of an evening !ado.
A Carnage, llo,c or Cottelt you need
B. Edwa then nr..t %peed.
To core, you all. you'll find bun able,
13y calling at Ins i.tveey "nitic.
.1 ol IN B. EDWA RDS.
Columbia, October fin. 1. , t;
THEundersigned have just received the best
and ino.4 complete assortment of nielish and GM ,
faun stab and livid and patent breech 1)0:B1.1: BAR
RELED tiCNS. tshich have ever been offered in this
market at such price- that will suit all Moo. max Barrel
ed Revolt ing and ' , ell-crocking' PISTOLS Coll and ex-
Utallle for ourselves. at the cheap Harda are More of
Columbia. August 21.
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Price. of Type upward.. of I 9 per cent. They now
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, Dec. le. Ni. 6. Little Ueorge oh.
QALIMANDER, Fire and Thief Proof Iron Chests,
‘Varranted equal to any other make, and have never
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also keeps on hand a full supply of COITIMOn Chests,
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Letter Copying Presses and Books.
Trucks for Stores, Factortes, &c.
Druggists' Presses.
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TIRST Premium Writing Ink.--Silver medal just
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Having tried. for some time, the Black Ink manufactu
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ed for manuscript, by its running freely, and its exeunt
non from coagulation. Its shade also we are pleased with.
W. E. HORNER, M. D, Dean of the Faculty and Frofes
sor of Anatomy.
SAMUEL B WYLIE, Vice Provost.
HENRY REED. Secretary of the Faculty of Arts.
ROSEWELL Le cturer Prof. of Nat. Phil. and Chemistry.
W. W. GE HARD, n the Med. Department,
We fully concur in the above.
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Central High School, Philadelphia.
A. D. BACHE. Principal
11. McMURTRIEs M. D, Professor of Anatomy.
American Fire Insurance Co., Pluladelplua.
Custom House. Philadelphia.
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A Superior Article. Warranted.
For sale. Nvliffle,flv and Retail. nt the Manuthetory.
Nclrth Thlrd street. opposite Cherry street, Ns' s - f
delphis, by JOSEI'II E. HOVER. Manufacturer f
Plaludelphia, May r, 1,17 —ly
11;1' '.I. ;I~'l il5l~l
03311ELPEIST IN TEEZI Vl7oltra
STEAM Refined Sugar Candies, Twelve and a
half cents per pound. \Vholesalc. J. J. RICHARD.
SON. No. 42 Market street, Philadelphia, takes pleasure
its informing the pahltc , that he still continues to sell hi.
very superior Steam Refined Candy at the low price of
512 - 50 per 100 lbs.. and the quality is equal to any ma ne ,
facture , ' in the United States.
Ile also offers all kinds of goods in the Confectionary
and Fruit line at corresponding low prices, as quick sale,
and small profits are the order of the day.
Call or send your orders. and you cannot fail to be sal.
isfied. Don't forget the number, 42 Market street.
Phila. Feb, 2G, 1949-3 m
ki WM. H. RICHARDSON'S Steam Factory the only
one in the United States, No. 104 Market Street, Philadeb
Merchants are respectfully informed that I continue to
Manufacture all the above goods, by the aid of steam,
notwithstandmg the great opposition of panics oppose d
to the introduction of expetigive improvements. My at.
9OrtMent i 4 complete. and prices so low, as to give enure
there jean Umbrella Store next door, of nearly
the same name. it is important you should remember
15 7 :11. H. RICHARDSON.
Steam Factory, and Patentee of the I'Valking Cane Um
brella. Sign of the Lady and Eagle, N 0.104 Market Street,
(a-Attention is requested to the celebrated 'Walking
Cnne Umbrella, a neat and beautiful article combining all
the advantages of a Cane and Umbrella.
February 5, 1r149.-5m
STRAW Goods. The undersigned would re
.pectfullyy invite the attention of Dealers to his assort.
meat of _
which. from the facilities he possesses of mannfactunng,
cannot be surpassed.
Bonnets of every kind, of the newest and most fashion.
able styles. at the lowest prices.
TITOS. W BITE, Bonnet Manufacturer,
41 South Second Street, übove Chestnut, cast std.:
Phila. Feb. Y 6. 1 el‘3-4.lin
WALTERS ace 13.11.3XVE1P,
(Late I lazlelturst & 'Walters,)
No,. 15 and 16's Wharf,
Liberal Cask advances made on Consignments of all
kinds of Produce.
Baltimore. January. 1549.
COLMS, Asthma and Consumption.—The Indian
Vegetable Balsam is the only reined)' that can arrest
nh certainty the various pulmonary affections under
which thou,ands sink into the grave.
No one ever used this Balsam according to directions
without lindine relief It pre-n ivel} Cures Asthma. Brom
Inflamailon of the Lungs and Throat, Coughs,
Colds, Whoopuig Corinth, Croup. COIIRIMptiOII, do It
riots nil it promises, and all that is tusked is jag to give n
a hi, trail. and it will at once prove run superiority over
every thing, of the kind.
The Italian Vegetable Bolgam is prepnred only by II
M. Crass turd, Philadelphia, and for sale by Westbrook &
spongier. Agent for Columbia; J. T. Ander:on, Marietta,
C. S. Kaullwan, Washington; J. Herr & Son, Safe liar.
bor. October 16, Le47.—Gm
Yourself for 25 cents, By
moans of the Pocket Xseuls.
piny, or, Every One his Own
Physic= I—Seventeenth FAi.
tion. will, upwards of one hen.
dred Engravings. show mg pn
vnte di , enses in every shape
and form, and malionnations of
the generative .ystein.
13y \V ,r. YOUNG. )1.
The tune ha. now arrived,
that per•ous Staering from se•
eret disuse, steed no more be.
come xtettins of•
by the prescriptions contained
in this book any one may cure himself. withouthindratire
tohnsines, or the knowledge of the most Hamm, friend,
and with one-tooth the 'lentil expense. hi addttsm•,(n the
general routine of Private di.eri.eq, it full• explains the
cause of Manhood's early decline. with observations on
:Marriage—lie-sib, many derangement 4 which it would
not be proper to enumerated in the public prints.
Penny re.tiling at a dictance front Philadelphia,
ens have tin:, book forward to them through the Pont
Office. on the receipt of twenty-five cents, directed to Dr.
\Vtlllnun Voting. 1.52. :spruce street, Phtladelpina.
January 22. Itlii.-311t
, t Certain Disease Cared in TWO DAYS.—TIir
loins, recent and dimply affections of the k alneys, dn.
ease of the bladder. gravel, seminal weak Iles,. &c. Per
sons who, by indulging in a secret habit have entailed
on themselves constitutional ilebiltty, should apply
medlatelyto DR. KINKEI.IN . of the Philadelphia
cal House, the oldest institution of the kind In the
Mice. N. W. corner of TIIIRD rind UNION Sts.. be.!
tweet, Spruce nu d Pine. 11 squares from the Exchange.
This .Ifrdirai /foist was established by Dr K. Sheen
years agn, for the suppression of quackery, there heist
Tea icy fwfsoPs. Will knowledge, name or character,
who Pat anvernsements 111 the mitotic paper., that an in.
stamina of tins kind was Ing4lv necessary to prevent the
afflicted. especially strangers, front falling min the hand,
of WM.' iniskinful wretch, who instead of curing. might
send his victim to an untimely grave. Therelme. the
afflicted should slim. the numerous pretended physicians
who know wahine nt I lie practice of medicine. hut cow
snit Dr Kin kelin who Cl 3 res A Certarn DlseaPt in twant
three drive according lit the state of the pntient, without
the ea u of merctiry. No thercarial rented's,' lire used by
Or. ; lies medicines are pal table and barmier.,
and all his patieitts are honorably shielded. from Poen
the possibility of helot: di.covered. De whit places
self under the care of Dr. K.. nay re loginesly confide in
bis honor as a eentleman. and coatillently rely main Ito
skill as a physic mu. and if he I, not speedily relieved no
rei tttttt «ration will be demanded.
Strictures. one of the moat troublesome and dangerwis
affections, which often end in gravel, inflaination. weak.
Hess. &c . Dr lioikelni etiarauttes to renuive sheedill;
aniline. swellings diseased prostrate eland. &c Sim.
tures have ruined many who had no knowledge of their
! existence.
Take Particular Notice.—tianng men who have injured
themselves by a certain practice indulged In—a habit
frequently learned from evil C. 11111311101141. or at school—
the effects of winch are nightly felt, even when asleep,
and destroy both mind and body, should apply 1111Me
dmiely. Weakness tied criii.litittional debiltty mane
dint els cured and fn it visor restored. All Millersport paid.
7' he Notice. —Dr. Kiiikelm has lord greater practice in
the above affections than any physician in the United
States. Ile also possesses an advantage over all others,
from the fact of Ins having inutile.' In the great fins-punts
of Europe. Thnusands in Philadelphia ran testify that
he cured them after every other means has failed. Sepa
rate room. fir private consultation. Open till S.F. N.
Travellers supplied at a ttttttt lent's notice, with the fts
qiusite medicines to cure themselves privately.
Packages of inedictnes seat to any part of the U. 6.
More particulars in the Spirit of the Times. 0c5•47.1,
\T 0. 121 Chesnut Ire Cl, few doors below 4th,
North =Me —The subscriber reveettully informs hie
friends and the public in general, that he still continues
to keep the above establishment.
Every pains is at all times taken to render this one o
the beet. and. front it. central mtuation, it is one of die
most convenient Hotel. in the city.
His TABLE ss furni.hed. at all times, with the choicest
delienewe of the sea...,
!its WINE.S n o d LIQUORS arc not surpassed by InlY
other establishment in tins city.
His Screams arc careful, honest and obliging.
Terms of Boarding to suit the times.
Country Merchants and Business Men will find the
cation of the Curs:err Sr. liotsg, in the most business
pert of Philadelphia.
The subscriber pledges himself that every• thing in hit
power shall be done to give satisfaction to those who fa.
nor loin with their patronage
Philadelphia, Sept 27, 1547.—1 y Proprietor
%C. % 11111 11 1 .• E A S Dgi d liiA WAIVIIII Atli!
JEWELRY STORE," 96 North Svc'
and Street, corner of Quarry.
Gold Lever %Vetches, full jewelled, 18 carat cases, E 45 0 °
I Silver Lever Watches, full jewelled, WO
Silver Lever Watches. seven jewels, 180
Silver Lepine %Vetches. j 'welled, finest quality, / 30
Superior Quartier %Vetches, 100 0
Imitation Quartter Watches, 30
Gold Spectacles, 8. 00
Fine Silver Spectacles, 1.73
Gold Bracelets with topaz stones, ISO
Ladies Gold Pencils. 10 carats, ain
Gold Finger Rings 211. rents to SS—Watch Mattel,
plain 191 cents. patent 1-}, Lunct 25. Other article, in
proportion. All goods warranted to be what they Arc
sold for. O. comt.o.
tin hand. some Gold and Silver Levers, Lemur ,
- sad
Qiiartters !owe r than the above prices.
Plaledelphia. April 10, IgG.-1y
feb 53m