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AZIZIMOVELZ 833211LOVILL !!
of; 'Pitl V l a ngtee t n6 TZ P i lelar
h k S t ationa r y .tore late of firm of
Westbrook & Spangler, hes temoved his establishment to
the house lately occupied by Mr. Raub on Front Street, a
few doors north from the Corner of Locust. and next door
to Wm. A Leader's Drug sture,—where he will continue
the former business to all its branches. Having enlarged
bit stocks he is prepared to furnish every article in the
Book and stationary line, at the very lowest rules; School
Books of every kind, Blank Books, Fools Cap and Letter
Ps Per bY the wholesale or retail. Pocket Knives, Razors,
Got.» PENS. Pocket Books,Combs, Hair. Tooth, and Cloth
Brushes—Razor Strops,.Sriap, Brushes, &c. Ink Stands,
Ink by the Bottle—Dominoes, Chess Men, Dice. A splen
did lot of Silk, Steel Beads. Clasps and Tassels, for purses,
Gold and Silver Bullion—for Working Slippers, &c. Ant
a most superior lot of fancy stationery for the Ladies
Doi , . forget the Cheap Depot, at
W. IL SPANGLKR'S,
Next Door to W. A. Leader's Drug Store.
AN extensive assortment of STATIONERY, eon
tasting in part of Plain and Fancy Letter and Fools
cap Writing Paper, from several celebrated mills; r..-
veiolieg in great rariety ; Steel Pens and Penholders;
Inkstands, among which are Pump Inkstands, various
bi2C3 and colors; China do; Small do, with Pen Rack ;
(Pass Fountnin do. in variety, and Iron do. Wafers. Red
and assorted colors; Motto do, in Sheets and in Boxes;
Pouncet Boxes; );racers; Ivory Folders; India Rubber;
].otter Clips ; Perforated Board; Red. Black, Bronze, and
Fancy Sealing Wax; Black Sand, Sand Boxes; Bill
tiles. different styles; Quills; Red, Illnek, and Bloc
Writing Ink, and every article in the line of Stationery.
G. G. CLAIBORNE.
P. 0., Colombia. April 1. le4Q.-11
NEWS AGENCY. The Weekly Papers, from all
the Principal riIICA, may be found every week, ut
the counter; together with the cheap publicationv of the
day. G. G. CI.A.111011N1:.
:*, A LEE Sz WALKER'S MUSIC. The
c Siii subscriber lom become agent for the hale .
" of Leek Walker's New Social l'ulthew.
-, lions, for Columbia. The attention of the
lovers of sweet sounds, is requested, to the variety. eon
sibunq of several hundred ineceb, now ou bale at the Post
Select pieces ordered, if required, ¢I short notice.
LIST OF LLTSVIOIS
RE. I IItIINI I. G Zost tu' l, ollif et ol Columbia for
grm emit, iriug lor udvertiectl kill
A 'bright Samuel
.1 olbrighl 1 letkry
3.lin , John If.
John,o:l Ann NI 1.4,
lirllrr (:eorm, S.
Kol.cr Alarm :11i.,
}Calm Mr .1
l'r 'gloom I lintry.
Yrolgtiker John C.
Mec . ny
Ii itnl Thigh
N a y
.7k livre M H
Nlotik John scinor
Ihcky Mr. S 4
Unlock J. H.
J)r lo M awn
Porter David R. lien
Iteinbard David Fbei
Evens David Sweeney Isaac
Enney George W. 2 Slumle Ambrose,
Eakin Harriet: Shim Henry
Fullerton Robert. Shuttlel Elizabeth
Feisicl: Henry Soorheer Will
Groom Thomas Shuman A IS
(groves T. B. Stu ocit s Joseph.
r :men losep W. Sher ley ' Henry
Greenawalt Frederick Stettley Isiili
r:reyl.onign Stout 3lnricl 2
Ilarns.Toßeph Shock Abraham
Harkins Ikonvr I. Thomas Mary:
Hollingsworth Wm. Tyson Jor , eph
lieckroth Ann Toorney James:l
Herr limn. ("Jercham) Wtote John
Ilrillenrceeh Clemens %%rakes Stephen
/tom Georgr White Mr
fleish I ienry Walker :Mr
liirk, Je+ , se .locel)
Office /mum from G A. M., till 9 A -Sr.
S. G. CLAIBORNE., Postort.tet
?THE subscriber being desirous of baying his
L business dosed, hereby notifies those persons indebt
ed to him, either by note or book nee.ount, to coil and
hgmdmr the same, on or before the .20th of April, ns after
that time they will be placed in the hoists of a 111:11.7i.lillte
for collection. 1.. K. SAYLOR..
Columbia, April 1, IslB.—Ct
O S A I6 I - Fw l) p il a il p 7 4 6 s E rif Ili q U et 7 ds 41 :f ° ?11 1:1 1: (I s r pleii2 d9 f l t l r Y n - Y l m rO et O u p al
Tree, for sale by 'WM. A 1 A
This wood is eaqual in durability to the Yellow
trim, equal to the Mulberry for feeding. silk-worrus—
trained: for hedvs. is supeLIUT to the Haw
thorn, and for ornament, there is no tree more splendid and
BEAN just received anti for sale by
WM. A. LEADER
ANT quantily of 11 . 111 r !]Wins just iTreired and
Cor sole IN M. A. LEADER.
Gallon Jars nut Quart Bar Mks just
TeeflVCll for role by
Apt '4S-tf WM. A. LEADER.
rrilE Subseribers Respectfully inform their
_IL friends and the public, that they have takenglie Store
formerly occupied by 5.13. Bougie & Co., Corner of Locust
and Front Steel, and arc now opening an entire new
Stock of Good, purchased at the pretrial very law prices.
among which me
FRENCH, ENOLISII A A NirsocAN BLACK CI.OTIIS,
Olive, Ilrnwn. nod Blue (Indic: French. English. and
American Mint and Inuit-Black Casim^re Striped,
Plaid, and Figured COS,llleres, Satinet.. Summer Cloths,
GaMbrOOng ; Low priced Summer Stalls, Cords and Bea ,
• ,Tte,TLS, kc
LAINES' DRESS C;OODS
Grenadines, Organdies, Pas.lins, Barege. Silk Tissue,
Lawns, Ginghums. and Black and Blue-Black Ciro de
Rhinen. Plaid and Striped Black Silks. Fancy Dress Silks,
New Style Chanicties. ASI.O. Calicoes. Muslins, Checks.
oinghants. Tacking, Chain key se, Linen and Cotton Table
Diaper, Napkins. Gloves. Cotton. Alpaca. rind Silk Hose,
New St) le - Dom iet Trimmings, 3.e.. 6.e. • A LSO,
GLASSWAItr.sk C/CEEEETWARP.—GROCERIES •
Sugars, CotTees.Tess. Mackerel, Herring, Molasses. Fish
and Sperm Oil... Soaps. Candles, Spices. &c.. &c., /se.
Our goods are all NEW and selected with great care.
and we hope. by strict munition to business, to receive. a
share oleos - min of our friends and the public. All kinds
of Country Produce taken in at the highest prices.
PI-71.:12 I lAI.DUMAN, Jr.
Colombia. :March 25. Is4s.—lf
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. The subscriber
sincerely returns thanks for the very liberal en.
courageinent he has received, and flatters himself
that by strict attention to husineSs, to continue to merit Z.
share of public patronage. Ills stock of lames arid Medi
eines is of the very best selection. and as complete as any
in the place. Ills variety of goods to connection anti
the Drug Business is very extensive. The following list
includes only a Milan part of his stock :
DRUGS, MEDICINES. PATENT MEDICINES,
Paints and Oils. ready mixed Paints, Camphene or Pine
Oil, Ethereal Oil, Dye stuffs, Window Glass. Putty. Sh op
Furniture antics. Porter Bottles, Vials—a full assortment
—Perfumery, Colognes. Florida Water. Ray Rum, Po
made Philocorne. Beef Marrow, Antique Oil. Extracts for
the Handkerchief, Toilet Powder, Pearl Powder, Hair
Dyes, D ep osi,, c y royret,. Pomade tleVine. Highly :Pe !-
f u med Soaps of evety kind, Medicated Soaps, Jone A's
Chemical Italian, Haute's Nymph, Rousell's Circassian,
Radway's Chinese &c. Hair Restoratives., Haule's can
lLusteal. Jayne's Tonic, Jones's Coral, Tho m o f
Columbia, Heir Curling LiqUi4, Robey's Mouth Aromas,
Lip Salve. Randoline,
sTr.t.t. READS. RINGS AND TASSELS,
Rings, Tassels, Clasps, Silk 'Twist, Steel Purses and
Also. a general variety of other Purses, Crochet;
Hooks,s and Patent Rooks.
N. a—The subscriber has also a large assortment of
Comstock & Co's and Comstock & Tyler's Patent Medi
cines on band which he obtained directly from the pro-
prietors for CASH, which will enable bun to sell them
from 00 to 50 per cent. lower than theix agents--warroint
Columbia, March Front Street.
MINE CIZEISE a sort,
CONMISION and FORIVADING MERCHANTS, No.
413 Commerce Street Wharf Baltimore, Will receive
and sell Flour, Grain, Iron, and all kuula of country pro
N. B.—Particular attention given to-the salc et - Lamm,
and neat. ADVANCES made on a consignment when re
quired. March:ls, 1848.--3rn
rOMETRATED EXTRACT OF VANILLA, FOR
Flavoring Blanc Mange, Sauces, Jellies, Custards,
&c. In this prepnraiion the delicate and universally
admired flavor of the Vanilla Bean in presented in a con
centrated and convenient form for all culinary purposes.
and nmy be preserved unaltered in tow climate. For
sale by W. A. LEADEN.
Columbia. March 25. 1544,—tf
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No. 131, Nassan street, New York. Samuel Hopkins. S. S. Nagle. Abraham Cassel, Jacob
CrTSmall coin, or several bank notes. may be enclosed - Bigler. John Roth, laced, Roth, Jr., John J. Ltbhart. John
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named works. t March IS.lt49.—slts
DAVOS ! DRUGS I ! DRUGS !! !
WAGA. LEADER, WHOLESALE and RETAIL
DRUGGIST, would respectfully inform his numer
ous friends of Columbia and its vicinity that he
has just returned from New York and Philadelphia with
a splendid sissonment of all articles belonging to the
DEMO 1M51:023. Vic
DRUGS, IVIImicINES, PATENT MEDICINES. PER
FUMERY, TOILETS. FANCY SOAPS. PAINTS,
011.8, GLASS, DYE STUFFS, &c., &c.
Together with a superior lot and style of HAIR and
CLOTHE BRUSHES that took The Medal in the Me
elinnies Institute of New York. _ .
Also a constant supply of Camphene and Eethereal Oil
Lamps, with a fresh and good Material to burn in them.
Country Merchants, Druggists, Physicians, Bakers,
Store Keepers. Fullers, Dyers, and dealers in general will
find it to their advantage to call at the GOLDEN MOR
TAR DRUG STORE, Columbia, before purchasing else
where. w . n. A. LEADER.
Columbia ; NI arch Z . ; 1 ..?-I‘l.—if.
LIGIZT ! .LICrECZ t !
T i ll? ESTI Camphene or Pine, and EthereaLOits are
turd be constnntly kept for sole 1,2;
Columbia, Nlntcli IA IS IS.—tf Front Street.
"MERCHANTS, Coal Dealers and others. Wharf
j_ and Lot for RENT or LEASE. A well built wharf
at the foot of South Eutaw Street, in the CH) of Baltimore.
%Sail n ciliarf bout of about lod feet, the lot extending
back 3:0 feet to Ostend Street, the line of the Railroad
about to he houtlt. This property will be rented for one
year or Jar rt term of years upon ren , onn bin terms. Ap
ply to unottia: (JEI.BACH. sr..
March 25.124.-31 34, Second st., Baltimore.
CLOWNING 1 MOWED:NG ! !
By B, CILINSTOX. The subscriber respectfully
informs his friends and the public generally that he
is now ready to , apply them at his New' Establishment.
the three-story building ut lIRONT STREET. Coltitrthia.
oil the lot formerly occupied by Enney. as a rope
walk. Ile intends keeping on hand a select a,...ortittent
FASIIION - AI3IN .LADE] CLOTHING
lie has Jtl,l returned from Philtole/phut and N. York.
unit rt neve and splettdial nesortnient of all kinds of C1...0-
Tui.NG, monde at the beat materials, mid in the latest
stale—conseding its pan of superfitto blue told black
COATS. FROCK. AND SACK COAT,
Pelisse Cloth nod Tweeds of every color and quality.
At-so--a large assortment of }data and fancy CuAsis
mere, Cloth, and all oilier PAN PS. suitable for Spring.
Sumner and Winter, of every site and description.
V V.STS--Figured, Silk, Stain, Melillo and Marseille..
suitable for nil seasons and of ever) site. style and qual
ity ; in whirl/ is added a beautiful aisoi 'mein of fine Lin
en bosom 5111111'S. Muslin. Check and Plain do.; Bosoms
and Collars, Drawers and I.7ialersliirts.
.Iz-No.—a large lot of (-ravish-, Suspenders:, flate.nose.
&c. All cattlese quantity of BOOTS and SIIOEs of all
e.Jee. HATS and CAI'S, Trarellum Trmtko. Carpet nokk
and Valices, a variety of miaow; too tedious to mention.
N. If. Clothing made to order at the Store. fie line a
large 'lmply of GOODS on hood by the Vie.: and a (wog
rate 'l'mlor in atteudance.—Do not mistake the Ware.
three story budding on the lot formerly occupied an a
h'er'ons trill find it to their advnatage to give lam a
rail as he is determined to sell its low as other es
uthliehment jut the enmity, and Warrants all goods, Ile
ells as he repre,Cilib them a hen cold or the money g ill
be refunded. Columbia, March tn. Ic Fe
kJARGAINS. The subscribers hare, during the
past Week. Matta a iathe addihmt to their former
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
which, for eielittllCC and cheapness. cannot I, surpassed.
Among wlnell is a very large assortment of PRINTS. ut
4 els. 01 cis. 8 etc, 10 cis. and 121 ems per yard. DRESS
GINGIIAMS as low as 12} eta, 19 cts. and 25 et, Al
pacas and Lutens. Lustre,. A general ashortment of
Snell ns f;-.1. and 10-4 Bl•nehed and Brown ShoPt
norg, Tiekhw., Checks. Crash, Linen and Cotton, Brown
and Blenched, Titbit, Diapers, 10 e.
GENg'LIDIEN'S DRI:SS GOODS'
Sup. Mae and llhult French ; sup. Blue. fleck
Brown, and Ohve English Clothe; Plain and Fancy Cue
sducree, Satinets, Vestlngs, &c.
CUD:A. : GIass. and Queensware : Fresh Family Gro
ceries, selected with very great core, amour; Whlell are
New Crop Sugars—Loaf, - Pulverised and Crui.hed Sugars.
Coffees. Spices, the Superior Tens of the New York
Canton Tea Company, Oils, Fish, &a.
All or whiclx they are detell.ied to sell as LOW as the
VERY LOWF.I.W, for cash or country produce.
Thankful fur psr.t favors, they respectfully solicit a
eonummuce 01 the patronage heretofore bestowed upon
them. J. D. & IV RUA IT.
Locust Si., (loot, below Second St
Columbia. :\ larch I. 1,4-I—ti
VIIEREAS, my wife Polly has left my bed and
y board without any plat cause of provocation,
this is to caution all persons from harboring or trusting
her on my account. us i will pay no debts of her con
tracting. STEFiIIEN 'WILKES.
Columbia, 'March 20, IBIS. mg94ta-31.
A NDINEW (MM. The subscriber takes this
method of informing his friends and COAtonger• that
he has rented the New Store,Room known as Haldemnn's
New Corner. being on the South 'West corner of Front
and Locust Street. where Inc intends to keep constantly on
hand a good supply of
READY MADE CLOTHING. SIIOF.S AN HOOTS.
and n general assortment of Family Groceries ; together
with Flour and oilier Meal ; Oats. Corn, and Chop Mr
horses. Also, Liquors of ull kinds, including Wines and
Cordials. All of which I pledge myself to sell as cheap
for cash as possibly can be afforded. Please call and ex
amine both the goods and prices.
dwelling and front shop adjoining. to rent on
necommorlating . terms. Myself and Son would like to
board with the tinnily. BARRATT.
Columbia, March 25, ISlS.—tf
AND COPPER BUSINESS. 11. Pfalller Co..
thankful for post encouragement, would announce
to the eittleas of Columbia and its vicinity, that they still
continue to manufacture Tin and Copper ware of nil kinds
at their old stand, in Locust street. one door north of the
Columbia Hank, and respectfully solicit ucontinuance of
ARTICLE Boat Stove. We would tall the
attention of Boatmen ton new article of boat Stove
made and adapted expressly for their convenience To
be teen and had of 11. PFA111.12.11. Er CO.
March 11, I4llz-tf
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nEmolnn) to the Spy Printing °dice, Front street,
opposite Barr's Hotel, where, for the present, message,
will be received and promptly transmitted to ally of the
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Philadelphia. :30 cents (or 10 words.
Iln rn.burg. 30 cents for 10 words.
Clionabersburg, Oil cents for 10 w ords.
Pittsburg. 40 cents for 10 words.
Baltimore, out Phi/n.. 55 cents for 10 words.
All tulthtional words over 10 charged pro rain. Ad
dress and signature not counted. err All messages
mum be prepaid.
C. 'WESTBROOK, Operator.
Tamen, let., do
cc of charges to--
Columbia, Feb..s, 154,?.
IN THE ?TATTER of the intended applictinon of Jere
miah Brown, to the Court of Quarter Sessions, at the
April Term.l232. for license to keep is tavern in the 11.3-
rough of Columbia, it being an old stand.
\Va the undersigned citizens of the Borough of Colum
bia, in which said tavern is proposed to he kcpt.do err:l
- that the said tavern is necessary to accommodate the
public 4.11,1 entertain strangers and travellers, and that we
arc ,vell acquainted with the said Jeremiah Brown.and that
he is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and i.
well provided with house room and convenience , for the
accommodation of strangers and travellers.
John Jordan. J. W. Cottrell. Jonas Rumple, It Chat.
fans, Peter Haldeman, Jr., %Villiers Power, A. Slay:ma:et
Green, Jonathan Posey, Evan Green, John Feltz: R.
Williams. Benjamin Rohren.
March 25, Ib4P.--41%
NEW CZ MEIN*
QTORE, Front street, Columbia, Pa., two doors
Aj above R. Williams' Drug Store. This establishment
1 has a very ehenp and well selected assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
i which will he sold very low. The stock includes every
I description of clothes worn at the Present<lay—consisting
oil Dress. Sack, Frock, Business, and India Rubber Coats z
Cloaks. Rani:Taps, &c., Punts, Vents, Pocket and Neck
Handkerchiefs. Scarfs,Shams, Flannel and Riot Under
Shirts. ALSO. a fine lot of
CLOTHS. CASSIE:HEM-IS, VESTINGS, &c..
of the finest as well as common quatttiei always on hand
and made to order in good style at very• small advances.
Tice Spriag, and Summer Fashions rust recetved. Cua
tomer work made according to the latest mode, and by
6 rAtrtlle WO rlitntl.
Thankful for past favors.l respectfully solicit It con
tiunauce of ynbhe palinnuge.
JOHN: JORDAN & Co..
ColisiaLta, March 16., 'tell —if Merchant Tailor
MOTEL, formerly Barr's, Front street, Marietta,
Pa. MIN. MARY FISIIBAtiGII s onld snort re
spectfully inform the public that the has tithen the house
formerly occupied by her brother. Samuel MeNinney. and
more recently by John Barr. The house has been thus
roughly rep:tired ; With nu experience of fourteen
year's connection wah it, and being prepared with every
comfortable accommodation necessary, together with a
determination to leave no exertion undone, rise hopes to
mere and receive a continuation of the patronage hereto
fore so liberally be.stoia rd upon the house.
Lintel:icier Examiner and Intelligeneer. Philadelphia N.
American 6-. United Slates Gazette, Clearfield Banner.
and Lock Haven Whig. publish to the amount of FP.p and
send bills to dab office for collection.
C001:1S. The public is respectfully limited to
call and extuatne a fresh assortment of
jo i st received and for bole at prices winch cannot to
slut purchasers, at .1.1) & j.
Colombia, March 1.1,
OIL of the very best quality, with an assort
inert of LAMPS for burning the same. always on
hand Ist J. D. S.. J. WRitiirrs.
Coluttillim, March 1%,.1.18.—tf
T ilk 'Partnership hertolare existing between
Charriek Westbrook & WiMari IL Sluingler. is this
daylll4.solreil by mutual conewnt. C. Westbrook will roa
ns... tlii. Printinz business, to• whom all moneys due for
q o i.criptioi l ioth.. Sj".. or Kum nig. svill be paid.:Wsno It
Spangler ndl einitai I
nie the Hook & Stationery nisinei.s.
Persons liming sleinnials aga inst. the late (inn will present
them. and those nob:hiss] for Books or Stationery toll
mike isitinu•nt to Wm. 11. Spangler. who is dilly author
ized to settle the s
el Lk it rtlc IC wnsTilnooK..
Columbm. 7110.1111. 1,1,. Izt 1 1t4411
\ COMFORTABLE two story Brick Dwelling
/iv. in a pleirmiri pmt of the sown. Apply al I biA
a FASILION OF HATS, at the Great Central Cheap
lIAT AN) CAP STORE,
No, 2,1, Market Street. Smith sale. !tam e Rea.;tall Street,
The subscriber take 4 this method to return his thanks
to the people of the comoy of Lonort•Oer, for the very
liberal share of putroliace have extenible
towards Litn Cro the last few maths. and would etill
atientimi to the fact that he has vow iniroitheed his
SPRING PASAIION OF (I.:NTl.r.mEs . s lIATS.
which for beauty, ncattic+ii and durability. cannot lie ex
celled by any other estublishinv tit in this cit C. This stock
comprises the Beaver, Nutria. 13rusli. Silk, and
Mole Skin Hats of all styles add mutinies together with
a very large assortment of Cloth. 'Velvet. Plash. Fur. and
tat.eli Caps. COUlltl) Merchants and 0111(.1, are re<lll•Ct•
fUliy utctted to eXataille the stock, winch they will find it
to their advantage to do. before pitrehrising, ns it to hi- lic
lerininnilow, b a ying a d opted the system of eellwg tile Cash
only, to sell at the lowest prices.
284 Market St.. above. pith pt., Salltil
Philadelphia, March 18, 1818.—IoJ
OT of New Carpets. Just open fur spring
Sales. Just received per late arrivals, and now
opening, a large and rich assortment of Brussels, Impe
rial three-ply, Super mid Fine Ingrain and Venitian Car
petings, manfactitred expressly to order, and decidedly
the handsomest goods ni the market, offered to purchasers
on the most liberal terms.
Entirely new design Brussels,
Imperial 3 ply,
" "Fine do
Royal Twilled Venn
CARPETS. rich and rare styles.
A magnificent assortment of 2-4, 6-4 anti 12-I Draggers
at lower Pacer than ever before offered, with a large as
sortment of Piano and Table Corers. Sheepskins, Gal
Cloths, Stair Rod•. itinnings. Bindings. Ilie.
Also. a rich and splendid assortment of superior Win
dow Shades, all the ditfereota widths and gonlanes. offered
on the best terms
The particular ntlf Wien of Mnn
kropers and others is trque,trO in n n YXontiuutiou of the
above desirable stock of goo,la, embracing as it does. till
the ditTerent styles and qualities now manufactured, and
having been purchased al the lnwnt rash taws, egiraor
duiary inducements is nil be held out to purchase,
RORERT 11. WA I.KER.
No. 13 North Seconil SMUT, opposite Christ Church.
Philadelphia, March 11,
AGENTS to canvass for sonic Nov and Popu
lar Works, in every comity throughout the Untied
States. To Agents. the nest liaeralencournmancin 1R Of
fCrefl—wah n small capital of from $.25 to*loU. A chancre
.o(rtTed, whereby an Agent can make from *lO to
1 - L7 — For further particulars. address (post pnidd
W A. 1.T.A111%
No. 15. 4 Norm Second Mret.t.
PULL& Mnrcli 4,11.4 t
chLOTIIING WARENCSE, No. 1.24 Market St.,
inetween 4th and f.)th streets.) Philadelphia.
e subscriber respeetfully solicits the attention of
Country Merchants and Dealers cenerally to nit exintni•
nation of a complete stock of ItI:AIDY :MADE
ING, which. for extent, variety and as orliotanship. he
flatters himself will give universal satisfaction, while his
reduceilscalc of prices presents to purchasers induce•
meats which cannot he surpassed by an) other establish•
mein in the l. sited Mates.
Philadelphia. March 4, 141 9m,
Potts , . k
TIMBRELLIS ! No. 2, North Fourth Street,
Curter of Nlarlict street, pint:l,lol,Mo,
Manufacturer of Umbrellas, Parasols, and
Parasolettes, of every style and descrtpuon. respectfully
linflOtineeS to die public, that 11P 15 also ays ready to until
the united etwrities of the trade. to selling os good an ar
nee, at as low prices !
Atl he asks, is. to hove purchasers call, and see for
Always on hand. good Silk, Cotton. and airtglinni
brellars, with Rattan. lilt/delimit:, and Sind ironies.
A great variety of Parasols. Itarasolettes. and Shades ;
Plain. Scalloped, and rringell, ss uh Frcuch and
Philadelphia, March 4, 1.41:4-41m.
A7Best flats is Philadelphia, are to be had
of l. \V. ROBINSON. :Vertu East center 01 Stith
nod Market Street+. Country merchant« and others are
re/meetfolly united to call and examine his exten«ive as
sortment of superior HATS nod CAI'S, mo - walled for
MOLES KIN! lATS. n« law an two dollars.
An elegant HEAVI.II HAT. for 52 .50.
A splendid a«.ortment of PAL3I.LEAF, BRAID and
other HATS. for .1111111 CT Wtra.
Itr Remember! if you semi, to buy lints 20 per cent.
cheaper than at any oilier establishment in Fhdadelphia,
be sure and call at ROBINSON'S
Wholesale and Retail list and Cap Store, Northeast
corner of Sixth sad Market streets.
Phila. Feb. Vls 1419--3 m
AlMParasols Chea. WILLIAM L. DROWN, Um
b rellu. and Parasol Manufacturer. tit Market street,
Phtladelphia. Dealers in Umbrellas and Parasols, wish
ing to puretoote handsome goods. of superior quality,
cheap, are invitod to call at my Manufactory and Store,
No. brit Market street, one door below Third street, where
every variety of Umbrellas and Parasols, arc sold cheap
er than they can elsewhere he obtained.
A call when you visit Philadelphia is requested. Art
examination of my goods will satisfy you that it will be
so your interest to purchase'of me.
Orders by letter sill receive strict attention. and goods
selected adapted to your markets
Plain Feb. 2a, licl9-3ra
r - i'_:}:as it I
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Columbia, Lancaster Co.,
Pa.. will practice in the several eouris of Lanc:u•
ter and tort: commies.
OFricit—la Waltiut street, ad)oatiag
DR. W. S. IVVCOREIRE.
OFFICE—South East corner of Locust and Sa
ond street BOARDING house—with Mrs. !SWIM, 2
doors below hts late resntenee. April 7. 17.,17.—ti
A"SUTER FASIIIONS. Just received at
. YU(JNCYS Tailoring Establishment. Persons
v. idol, their work cot and made in the most fashionable
and best for the ensuing seasons, will do eceil by
calling on The Eubscriber, as Ire flatters himself in saying
arct he can do thingt up according to Gunter: , And
will dui Ole hi. tittontinu to the business.
Ito tender, in• kind eel,u owleds - ntents to his customers
for pad 6i% or-. 100/ hopes /0 recent a liberal share 01
ETHEREAL 1 patronnce. B. YOUNG
- IGIIT HAW`'"'""tn..in. Murell
KS always on baud and for sale'
.1_ 1 by It. PFAIILER CO.
March 11. 1,1-di
I_TANGINGS. Parlor, Hall, Chamber, and Ceiling
J_ Papers and Borders, Firebords &c.. of thc newest
styles, always on hand nt manufacturers' prices. at
J. D. dr. J. WRIG/11":4.
C.larabia, March 25./.4:.—tf
9 lIIE undersigned, hereby tender their sincere
CHEAP 1 acknowle.lerncnis in their customers. and the pub-
PRINTS. Purple Prints, one yard wide, only i
I l t te gent rally, for the very liberal pittronsge that has at
-tided their efforts to please, and would inform themthat
.1 12; cent,. with a good assortment of r low priced l it will be their greatest pleasure. as heretofore. to conduct
CralleOLS at FRY S.' SPANGLER'S 1 their business in such a manner as to merit their continn
lA,PO`df 'ad approbation and support.
NEW NVe vont:nue to make all kinds of Castibcs, Yi7. :
I In" GEA RlN:lCtzt"!::; . .rgriqPi-VZi7 V'
QTYLE chosumeres and de Willem la great %It' • :71',1 - i,),.'"Yit''Nilii?,ELS and Other C *t. e
. ve eels.
Car Castings, Pa.
rune al FRY & SPANGLER'S. i frellier with all kinds of Rail Road Castings, for which
feill!r4Q-tf ' oneLceptionable reference can be given for superiority
-------- and avidibilify.
TO xto.a.mivringr. We have quite a variety of PATTERNS for making
Hot kila.l Pipes. for Blast Furnaces, and for Water Pipes.
fIOPPER and Tin Printps--a good supply of and. being well prepared for Casting Pipes, it will ser
f,. tautly be on orlyoriliirgiew thnsi, in want. to ca n ~,,,,d e ....
V Pumps alttay s - on hand, and mule to order, at tee
11. pF ,,,, ,ER 5. .. ~,-,. ; Wiling . for themselves. i.e we Can manufacture as cheap,
shortest notice by '''' ior cheaper, than any oilier establishment in this section
March 11, lUD-zi ...1 emittiry •
We have illiTerent kind- of Patients for Steam En nee,
ZrOSZEILIC .1111TZI .1:1,,,,,h,, , v. m.o . ,, twh. Plowilis, , Cointnort Stoves, Stove
0 LOVES, In extensive assortment of Hos; „.„„,, i 1:10.1. Islolo Ly hinter:. lltiti (,raleS, end petty other
1,11, ar thqr, in our line 01 iiilbilleSS , bang the making and c011....1
l....1 Gloves, he.. at reduced prices, at leenntr tog •ther of the pa.st '-liven years. Having the
il , illtriade FRY & SP.LNGLER'S. , best ulna shames employed at Pattern making, &c., we
are prepared to make any thong in our line of business at
WILZGIET'S mi e shorted notice. and hennfrfavorably situated at the
Caul Basin. grew us the advantage of manufacturing
T NDI/N YEGETIBLE PIUS, or Indian Purgative,ma orwarilt g flattifigs to any point with despatch and
' to lowe , t rntei. GEORGE WOLF.
and 1,,,tm,i V,g,t.),1 , syrup, warranted gentillig, Igor i
SAM I L:F.L TRUSCOTT.
sale by [ml'2l'l74l IL WILLIAMS. 1
_ t Dealing under tile firm of Geo. Wolf & Co.
rrdandirt, I'a. March 1, P. F7—lt".
IZLXTURE.---.1 Warranted cure fur Fern. and.
Nune For bale hy. R. W ILIAANIS
N 13 There is none genuine but that sold by me.
1 Min lileaehed aitd unbleached Muslim :
a large assortment lik;ltY (311:AP ut
Fresh supply of those justly erlebrulcd
t. TKAS Just tLeer.ed by
it•blcr Sale .\ gout , Colmnbin
\ LARGE assortment of fresh Family Groceries.
jtz•t recte red at FRY Sc STANGLEIV:4.
EW Crop New Orleans s i itra y rs & TlA) , l , o u l i t , l i s , s_e of
,k :ill Molasses. Sovering's celebrated steam
j:11_ Syrup Nlo/ni,e. a delicious article for table oil,—
Re, crop no:su . ,•\• nt
FRY S srANni.nrus.
ND OIL. The subscriber intends
spay, no in pruetwriinz n constant supply
01 Fre,ll Camphin, :ma 1:11wrial Oil. for wh01.....a1e and
retatl. W A. La:API:It.
\lareh 'I. 1,
DACKAGER Garden seeds. The greatest, most
perieei. and best a.4.ortineut ever opened In this
place. nod what is la tier seede from an enure new
e4tatdi‘htneot (Whether-field Conn 1 Change your seeds
and )ou no longer will noi s ier why you have been SO
poorly repaid lor the labor be...towed the last two or three
years on your garden,
Sold Whole.ale and retail he
Feb. '2G, I`lz--tt U W 22.214.171.12415.
to he had at McLaaehlni r , opposite the Post Office,
in I.oeti , t street.
Tsubscribers, thankful for past favors, take
I. this method of informing their friends that they have
just received. in addition to their fanner stork. a
GEN rat ASSORTIir.VT OF ETA PLE ANT)
which hove been selected with great gore and attention,
:out wilt tin 'aid el ILAP. CALI t...t0 sir 1 . 111:N1
Pity h SPA:COLA:ITS.
Conttnitio. Pettruary 14.
rItOP 'NM iIItLEXNS SUM Just received by
vi the sub , eriber. corner of Vroka anti V Ilion ktteet,
to hogshead , . New Crop New Orleans Sugar. u superior
ankle, ut oety lute prtec,..
wu.t.rANr J. C TAYLOR.
Columbia. January 29. 194=.—ata
MONEY TO LOELN.
c:), Q To be loaned on mortgage of um•
ineltnthor,•d rnni r at nte,
Also. 011 eermnt of sit It
tlistaner from 0,1.11111141.11111 e •411 res of ..t./C14.111 th. Co.
Ituohm Batik 6. llrttiv. ('nut put). Apply to
Col timl,ka. Nell. 111. 1 .INO 1' 11()17STON.
HERB'S Celebrated Lowden Fifth (lining, Tra
ces, long and ,liort, doable and ,11,710. Link, brrnct.
carrying and halter Chains, all of Yihieli %VP carer nt man-
Iliac tint , prices. apt---tf ItrNirct S Itr.s
OF ANN BOGGS, deed. Letters testamentneY
SJ On the tleeear.ed e..tfue hatvang helm granted to the
msteraertherq, n•stdasag in the Opt) cat Baltamore , all In r
son, inclvbted to her e•atate are reciter...led to thnbe pay
ment forthwith ; rand nil per•no. Int, hag rtoint. Innent , t•
the I,utd Watt, fere rethirgaeci to present the e mit, to AI.
or Juno Bogg , , ru,idang an the borough at Altertetne.
JACOB REED. March 1. 1. 1 .1_4 1. . \ I BOGGS.
1117.19.1r1 , 33D.
,(1 STONE Cutters and 39 Masons waniNS. For
kJ mfortntation apply to TAMES 11AI:C:111N, Colum
ia. or C. K. 1311UCE, ttld Town. AlnryLancl.
Columbnn.n.l , 5, 1.44-4lt
NINESS ST AND No. 1 Mechanics' Row, now
plea Jolla Mel,a4llllll.
Stuu,l No. 3. front Street. near COrtOrr of LO
se, Ihleiling 1100., No.l, 7.0ett,4 Street. near Front
Street. Impure of • PI:I'ER 11A1.1)11.10...N.
Colurnlna. Jun. 15, IF 1-^-It.
rilifE Franklin Fire Insurance Company of
_i_. plio.), mix, 0., .-0111r11: , :o. 163 clin. , scr
Street, near Fain sweet.
eIIARLI-S::. BAN , Arn, nEORGE W. RICII/Ons,
TIII,HAS HART. Alonuix - At D. LEWLS,
'1'001,04 IVAGNIM, ADOLPIIEE J2OIIIK,
SANWEI Gil *NT, DAVID S Mow,
3 Aeon a. s..,.nTst. MORRIS PATTra- ,, N 1
Continuo to make insurance. perpetual or limited, on
every descnpuon of propert in town and country, at ,
rates as low as are consistent with security
The Company have reserved a large Contingent Fund.
which, with their Capital and Premiums. safely invested, ,
affords ample protection to die assured.
The assets of the Company. on January Ist, 1945. is;
published agreeably to an Act of Assemmbly, were as I
. 8990,559 fiti
Temporary Loans, 121.4.99 CO
Stocks, 59463 25
Cash, dic .1 45,157 9
Since their incorporation, a period of eighteen Tears,
thay dol l ar s d upwerde of ose 111i1/101111, affordingred thou
aaad , lOSSCN by bre, thereby
o r the advantages of insurance, as Well as the ability and
dopoSit,On meet with promptness. all liabilities.
CHABLEIS BANCKER, President.
CILLNI.E 3 O. DANCXEIt. Secreta.
THOMAS L ry LOYD, of Columbia.
Agent for York mat Lancaster Countzes.
reb.l2. 1549-1 y
THE subscriber, in consequence of having t
make:new arrangements for spring, offers his Cr.
tire stock of READY CLOTHING. at COST.—
Persons in want of such articles, will here find great in,
ffacements, as his goods are all got up ingood style. and'
win he sold at grime cost. J. W. FISHER.
la .- I have a very good stock of Cloths. Cassimeres. and
S'esiings, which I would like to sell at small advances.
March 4, 1543-tf .1. W. P.
corarnornr.a. movr PaOTTDRY::
9111 Great Lion Tamer, upon being asked the
other day. • in what manner he was enabled to have
w onderinit intlAtence oath ll'anitnals," replied with
truth: Ile him in purpo.e and keep your eye
...wady upon what you undertake and you mutt be sue
t e-edlill” 'Mos then es.plains the extraordinay nueceas
whets n I. Olouthol ~1111 the lo o , p. of enntes BARCIAI.IOI.
!fere I lesiv., 1 7 0)4'0(.11Ni Alp,lin Worth 10 cents. is now
,pli zn , f or t, et, per ynrd
liar blenched 1-4 inoq
col :1:1,0 OPH,rwis
(rood Pnc6rt I latull.t
north 10 cis. selling for 6!
•• 1• " •• 121
" 10 " Of
1 lot of Hinson" ',en cheap
I.:,hes' op. a worked \Vino , Cotton Hose, 2ff ets.; they
arc vety destrnble and worth 50 cent.; per pair.
A lot of` heavy Irish Linens. a great hargain, they were
bought subject to a iew water status nod will be sold off
:tlttv. de Luntes for the Spring worth 21 cents, now selling
Matte rd.] I.t.iro's
gotta .inp•d quaker:tines—a bertutuld article for dresses.
rlw above gond, together With a large lot of desirable
bargain.. nave Just hero if:coil:cc' and will be sold ims
tnedtately at a .mall advrotec for cash.
CHAS. E. %VF.NTZ & BRO.
AT THE ru:r. HIVE, North Qt men street, 10 doors north
of the Post Wien,
Lancaster, Poltroon . 20, 1.1.3.—tf
fIUILEN'S INDIAN Vegetable Panacea.--Messza.
Itowand S Walton Gentlemen,—Having expe
, lkeneed the extraordinary efficacy of your Dr. - Caller's
Intlinn Vegetable Patinceo upon my own person, a feel
ing of gratitude for your ++onderfil discovery, and a
desire that your Meilletne should be known nod apprects
tired by the politic, has induced me thus voluntairly to give
ion an account of my ease. hoping that others who may
lie so unfortunate its I have been, may be induced to
throw prejudice aside arid give your Panneca a fair trial.
In February. 191 x, a lump or 'rumor first appeared up
on the spine of my right leg. and another on the lower
part of my brgast near the /unction of the ribs; they in
creased gradually until Me early part of June. about
which time they became very painful. rit July, the ru
mor on the leg uleernicil and beeritne a running sore,
e Vending wolf. unui it tens half the suet of a man's hand.
and had eaten into the bone. and one or two smaller M
eters appeared below, near the ancic. My physicton and
ethers pronounced it Seroitila. Up to this time every
remedy used gave no relief; the leg continued to get
worse; during the early part of August my sufferings
were intense: I neither went to bed nor slept regularly
for nearly two week.. being compelled to set up, with
my leg supported on n their. About this tune, my son
Itrotight home with him from Clneillnall market one of
visor Ctreldrrs.m Well had been thrown into the wagon.
I read a, and knna ing same of the signers to the Certifi
cate at the case of Mr. Brooks, and haltering from tny
knon ledge of their character,. that they would not lend
their tinnier for the purpose el palming an imposition
upon the nubile, I concluded to try shat effect it would
have upon me. On the 211th of August. I procured the
firm bottle, commenced taking it according to directions.
nod In lour hours the pain was so much relieved that I
tell asleep, and enjoyed that greatest of Messing., a few
hours repose I continued using it until the 2dth of Au-.
gust, when 1 found myself so much better, that 1 went to.
Cineinnatt to your Agent, Mr. J. W. Danenhower, with
whoin I tootle arrangement+ to take 20 bottles, provided
Ire nottid KU:lra:nee it to care toe, Ile agreed to do no.
and gave rile the privilege of stopping, short of tho 20
bottles, whenever I eote,ithered myself well. I now felt
encouraged, until conduit. d to tam it under Mr. D.'s in.
stritettotes ,toil 1 mid inizen lii bottles, fusing no other
inetbeine whatever.) when 1 found myself entirely well,
The Tumor on Inv breast havlng softened, opened. came
out. and was healed up when I had taken Gor 7 bottles. I
et ill here observe, that for ninny year+ I had been trou
bled with a kind of dry Tetter, which greatly - annoyed
itot.partimiltitly wlted heated Or Warta tit bed; I have
heft nothing of this since taking your medicine, and have
In" doubt that its s,) stem N now entirely free from, disease,
toy general health net /Thar/Mr been bolter.
Ott the 3d of 1.)1. eceiber. I terant culled upon Mr. Dance
bower. I their pi ononticed myself well, and otTered to
gate hint a Ce•rufiente to the etrecl.Whleh I promised to
send lam an a few days A short time after this, whilst
topitg my lingo. I hurt the same leg badly, in consequence
or ',lnch I pe-Molted gtving the promised Certificate,
svishnig thornaghly la test the permanency of tin, cure.
non itstof nothing but the usual simple remedies for
fresh womals. aunt lautal illy flesh perfectly healthy, and
in the Woof len, tin cruel, roses my leg healed. Sufficient
tone a lupsed to entwine.: me that I :tin now a sound man,
ritnit that I have been eared by your Panacea alone. In
short. I have every confidence in it+ virtues. Persons
desirous of obtaining further particulars. can be gratified
by calling at my residenee. DAVID
Mode- Creek. linnulton county, Ohio.
Ctrs or Civets!: tit, —Per,onally appeared before
:de ‘ the sulteertber. Mayor of the said city, David Kirgan,
whrt being sworn. deposes find says that the facts set
forth in the fbregoitar ante:nem are ?rule la testimony
whereof. I lows: hereunto set my ilattle• 201 d emoted the
Corporate Seal of the said Coy to he affixed, this, thelth
tiny of Ntsreb, /eV
14 E. SP PNOER. Mayor.
Wholesale and Retail. by poWA ND & WALTON,
Proprietors. 3713 11Iark et St., Philadelphia. WM. A. LEA
DER, Columbia, Pa : T. ANDlB..sos, Marietta, Pa.,
and (EORGE HOSE. Elizabeth, Pa.
March 4, 1-47.-2111.
W7)l. .t• S. P.ITTOY. Attu retanting thiudts
v to the eattent. of Columbia and vicinity. for the
very liberal :lucre nf patronage bestowed upon them du
ne; t o, on ., .pang and summer. would agam call their
totermon their new stock of FALL A. WINTER
(3000 , , co,-bung of Cloaking% French. English and
Gennep', do .—Coburfete Pt:rumen:. and Plaids, Theis
Lomis, Maus Vinyl and Fancy colored Cashmeres, pal:.
Amu. and Lama Plaid Bombazines, Alpaccas, Mexican.
Miens Vista slid Cerro Gordo ['finds, Woolen do.. Sups.
nor quality Loudon Glassy Alpaccats, Lustre Plaid and
stnited dn. SHAWLS, Cashmere, Terkerra, Embroider
ed, he. Plain Thtbot, Silk and Wool Fringes, Blanket,
Plain and Plaid Cloth do. New style tlelguin Shawl'.
Morns AND casstamuts.—A large assortment of Maths,
West of England and French Cloths and Cassunema, ve
ry fine, and extra width—Blue, Brown, Drab, Olive, In
visible Green, Mixed and Black, British and Amencan-
Cloths—Plain and Fancy Comment., iSatinets, Kentucky
7eanes, both plain and striped, Beverteens, VelvetCoards
coarse Cloths and satinets. very low.
Complete assortment of Boys Wear.vroolen and wine
tad, velvet and satin Vesting:, plain and figniTickings
and Dnllings, Flannela Welsh Cause and atiing Flaw
nett., assorted colors. dogmatic and canton Flannels, as.
sorted. Gloves and Hosiery, kid, silk, buck and wage.
Gl oves an d Mitts, silk, lamb's wool and Conon Hese,
French Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, very low. Per.
welling Goods, Blankets, Wool sad Rag Carpets of the
best quality, floor and table Oil Cloths, Festhers,Looking
Glasses, Umbrellas. Chtna and Queensware, Fresh Oro
cotes. Auperior Tess, lust imported, S.:antiphons and Lamp
Oils. Mackerel by the barrel, nan by the sack, new Crop
Sut§ear"o•oosn'amleia4v)el'bncecYn'sicelec'eteit with great care for cash.
besides are all new and free from moth Bator damage.
therefore feel ourselves able and willing to sell kr,,n,
(or cash, an d gi ve every satisfaction to those who may
call to examine our floods at Me New Cheap cash atom,
corner of Front and Locust street.
Columbia, Nov. 6, 1.,.47.-tf W. & e. PATrON.