The Columbia spy. and literary register. (Columbia, Pa.) 1848-1848, July 01, 1848, Image 4

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QAILS APARIIII! Wonder and blessing of the
age—The most oxtraordniaty medicine in the woad.
This Extract to put up to quirt boiVes 11 IP ?lii tunes
cheaper. pleasanter. and warranted Superior to coy said.
it cures disease's without VOMitlllg, pargi.g • sickening.
41 debilitating the patient
Thesteal. beauty and rimerlority of this Sarsaparilla
nitek all other remedies Is. w hole it eradicates disease, it
Invigorates the body. It la 011.1 ad' the very best
Ever known: it not only purifies the while system and
strengthtnn the person, but it creates new, pure, and
etch MIRO: a power possessed by no at het medicine
and In thin lien the great secret of tin wonderful success
lye. Townsend - if Sarsaparilla torigorawe the whole
system permanently. To those erten have Inst teem mus
cular eerier by tile effects of medicine or indiscretions
rommit led in Toddle, or the excessive indulgence of the
passions, and brought on a genuine prostration of the
nervous e) stem, lassitude, want of antbitiod, fainting
sensateons, premature decay and decline, hastening
towards that fatal disease, Cone wean, can be entirely
restored by this pleasant remedy.
The {menthe only Bold by ft, WIMLIANIS, Front. st.
roluintlia, Pa. Ap29'49-tf
THE 11?iDERSIGNED takes this medium to in
forms his friends and the public 'bathe has removed
boas ov xtra CONNart of Locesr Sratatr, and having reCo
vered his lambs so as to be able to attend to business
wonid respectfully invite his customers to give him a call,
feeling, well assured from the liberal patronage that he
has heretofore received, that he wilt be able to give satin.
taction to all who may feel disposed to give him their
work. lie would not say that he is the only One in the
place who can make good work, not wisitinK thus to puff
himself fie notice but would assure the public that work
entrusted to hint shall be executed in a neat fashionable
and substantial mannet. Ile keeps constantly on hand a
fine assortment of Cloths, Cassimercs & Vesttngs, which
will be sold at very smelt advances.
N. 13. I have a large stock of ready made CLOTHING
which I will sell at prime cost. .1. W. F.
April 22, 1649.
TILE Taioring Establishment of B. Young has
1. been moved up stairs in the Barbershop, opposite the
Washington Hotel, at which place he may be found at all
times, ready to do work in the neatest and best style for
all who inay . give him a call, as he intends to devote his
whole attention to dressing the community in the most
perfect style of the day. Having received allthe different
reports, he flatters himself he is the only one in the place
able to do so. B. YOUNG.
P. S. He will at all times be prepared to give instruc
tions in cutting garments to any of the trade. so much in
rear that may disable them to come op to the age, and
stands open ngainst!all publishers of systems for investiga
tion. No more, but hope to got a spat.
B. YOUNG, of Columbia,
S S. RArIIVON, of Marietta.
Columbia, April P, late -ti
W. SPENGLER, bating betome Proprietor
the Book & Stationary Store, late of the firm of
Westbrook & Spangler, has removed his establishment to
the house lately occupied by Mr. Mall) on Front Street. a
tew doors north front the Corner of Locust, and next door
to %Pm, A Leader's Drug store,—v, here he will continue
the former business in all its branches. Having enlarged
his stocks he is prepared to tarnish every at ttele 01 the
Book and stationary line, at the very lowest rates; School
Books of every kind, Blank Brinks, Fools Cap and Letter
Paper by the wholesale or retail. Pocket Knives , Razors,
Goias rims, Pocket Books, Combs, Hair. Tooth, and Cloth
Brushes—Razor Strops, Soup, Brushes, Sc, Ink Stands,
ink by the Bottle—Dommoes. Chess filen. Dice. A splen
did lot of Silk, Steel Beads, Clasps mid Tassels, (or purses,
Gold and Silver Bullion—tor Working Slippers, eec. And
a most superior lot of fancy stationery for the Ladies.—
Don't forget the Cheap Depot, at
W. 11. SPA:sIGLER'S,
Next Door to W. A. Leaflets Drug Store.
BARGAINS. The subscribers have, during the
past week, made a large addition to their former
stock of
Which, for elegance and cheapness, cannot be surpassed.
Among which is a very large assortment of PRINTS, at
4 cts, 6/ cts, 8 cts ' 10 cts, and 12/- cts per yard. DRESS
GINGAMS as low as 121 cts, ID cts, and 25 cm. Al
pacas acid Linens, Lustre, A general assortment of
Such as 4-1,54, 6.4, and 10-1 Blenched and Brown Sheet
tags. Tie/rings, Checks, Crash, Linen and Cotton, Brown
and Bleached, Table Diapers, tee.
Sup. Blue and Bluck French Clothe; sup. Blue, Block
Prawn,. and Olive English Cloths; ?Sam ural Fumy Cas
Ftmeres, Satinets, Vesungs, &c.
CHINA, Glass, and Queenssvere; Fresh Family Gin.
eeries, selected with very great care, among which are
New Crop Sugars—Loaf, Pulverised and Crushed Sugars.
Coffees, Spices, the Superior Teas of the New York
Canton Tea Company, Oils, Fish, Ac.
all of which they are determined to sell tic tow as the
tors LOWEST, for cash or country produce.
Thankful for past favors, they respectfully solicit a
continuance of the patronage heretofore bestowed upon
them. J. D. & .1. WRIGHT,
Locust St., 2 doors below Second St.
Columbia, March 25, 12.1.v—tf
AND NEW GOODS. The subscriber takes this
method of tnforming his friends and COSIOM<TS that
he has rented the New Siore Room known as Haldeman's
New Corner, being on the South West corner of Front
and Locust Street, where he intends to keep constantly on
hand a good supply of
and a general assortment of Family Groceries ; together
with Hoar and other Meal ; Oats. Corn, and Chop for
horses. Also, Liquors of till kinds, including Wlnes 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.
N. 8,--A dwelling and front shop adjoining, to rent on
accommodating terms. Myself and Son would like to
board with the family. ELIJAH BARRATT.
Columbia, March 25,
GOODS. The public, is respectfully invited to
call and examine a fresh assortment of
pat received and for sale at prices which cannot Mil to
suit purchneers, at J. D. & J. WRIGHT'S.
Columbia, March 18, 1518.—tf
OIL of the very best quality, with an assort
moot of I.AMI'S for burning the Raw. always on
hand ht I D & WRIGHT'S
Columbia, March
F =a
ARTICLE Boat Stott. We would call the
nitennon of Boatmen to ri new article of boat Stove
made andselapied expressly fist their convenience To
be seen and had of II rrmii.rtt te CO.
March 11, Itaddf
THE subscribers, thankful for past favors, take
this method of Mlorming their friends that they have
'ttt received, in addlaoa to their former stock. a
which hwve been s.elected web great DIM and oltention
und wia t r :DAM CIII:AP CALL AND Sli.T rnn,r AT
Columbia. rebr.mry 19, 113—tt
LTERIt'S Celebrated Lowden Fifth Chains, Tea
ccs, long and short, double and single Link, breast,
coursing and hither Munn, all of which ice oiler at man-
Olken:us rumen. 11,csirta h Jima.
TEE Subscribers have constantly on hand a
full &moment of wood, coal, and cooking Stoves of
every pies and description, cannon stoves. Also. Head
.,..nburg,s patent Air-Tight Pastor Stoves, which has given
full satisfaction in all ea-Cr The puldio sic f o o t le d t o
Call end eiaminn for themselves, at the ti o ,t woro store
senger Train, runs daily as follows below :
Leaves Baltimore at ti o'clock A. M , sod ar
rives at (;1 o'clock, P. M.
lumbia Arrive• at
o'clock. York a
P. l2 o ' clock o' P. M . , and leaves for Co
t 9
Columbia at 2 o'clock P. M., and leaves York
for Baltimore at 3 o'clock P. M.
. .. .. . .
Fare from Baltimore to York, $1 50
Wrightsville, - - 200
Columbia, - - - - 2 121
The Train connects at York with Stage., for Harrisburg,
GruysburvChambersburg. Pittsburg nod York Springs.
The company is authorixed by the proprietors of the
Stage Linea to receive the fare through from Echimorc to
Gettysburg and Harrisburg.
Fare through to either place. $3 00
li C. If. 13ORDLEY. Supert.
Slay 9. 194% —0 Ticket Office. 63 North at . Belt
TIM Subscribers Respectfully inform their
_L metals and the putflic, that they have taken the Store
formerly occupied by S. 13. Bootle & Co., Corner of Locust
and Front Street, and arc now opening on entire new
Stock of Goods, purchased at the present Very low prices.
anionic which arc
Olive, Brown, and Blue Cloths; French. English, and
American lilacs and Blue-Black Cassimeres; striped,
Plaid, and Figured Cassimeres, Satinets, Summer Cloths,
Gambroons ; Low priced Summer Stuffs, Cords atukßea
vermeils, &e.
Grettaittlies, Organdies, Pnwtins, Barege, Silk Tissue.
Lawns, Grughanis, and Mack and Blue-Black Geo de
Rhumb, Plaid awl timpe.l Black Sal., Futtey Ores',
New Style Chuntelies. ASIA, Calicoes, Muslins, Checks,
G m gh tutt s. 'lacking, Chatnimey se, Linen and Cotton Table
Diaper, Napkins, Cloves, Cotton, Alpaca, and Silk Hose,
New Style Bonnet Tr 1111 l &c.. &e. ALSO.
Sugars, Coffees, Tess, Mackerel, Herring, Molasses, Fish
and Sperm Oils, Soaps, Candles, Spices. &C., &C., &c.
Our g oods are all NEW and selected with great care,
and we hope by strict attention to business, to receive
share of custom of our friends and the public. All kinds
of Country Produce taken in at the highest prices.
Coltunbla, Marchtl.'s, 1949.-ti
TIM undersigned, hereby tender their sincere
acknowledgments to their customers, and the pub
lic generally, for the very liberal patronage that has at
tended their efforts to please. and would intorm them that
it will be their . reatest pleaSure,as heretofore, to conduct
their business in such a manner as to merit their continu
ed approbation , and support.
We continue to make all kind, of Castings, viz :-
TICE COG-WHEELS, CAST SHAFTS for water wheels,
&c. Also, CAR WHEELS and other Car Castings to
gether with all kinds of Rail Road Castings, for which
unexceptionable reference can be given for superiority
and avalibaity,
We have quite a variety of PATTERNS for making
Hot Blast Pipes, for Blast Furnaces, and for Water Pipes.
and, being well prepared for Casting Pipes, it will cer
tainly be an advantage to those in want, to call and ex
amine for themselves, as we can manufacture as cheap.
or cheaper, than any other establishment in this section
of country.
We have different kinds of Patterns for Steam Engines,
Threshing Machines. Ploughs, Common Stoves, Stove
Plates, Stove Cylinder. , and Grates, and many other
things in our line of business, being the making and col
lecting together of the past eleven years. Having the
best of mechanics employed at Pattern making, &c., we
are prepared to make any thing in our line of business at
the shortest notice, and lacing favorably situated at the
Caned Basiti, gis - es us the advantage of manufacturing I
and forward,' g Casting, to ally point with despatch and
at the lowest rates. GEORGE WOLF,
Pealing under the firm of Geo. Wolf & Co.
Columbia. Pa. March 4, la4B.—tf.
p ..r. 4~IA
r 1 1 11 E Franklin Fire Insurance Company of
titrect, near Filth street.
Continue to make insurance, perpetual or limited, on
every description of property 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 the assured.
The assets of the Company, on January Ist, 1849, as
published agreeably to an Act of Assemmbly, were as
follows, viz:
Mortgages, FE00,859 65
Real Estate, 100,353 00
Temporary Loans, 1.24,459 02
Stocks, 54,563 25
Cash, lie., 45,157 07
$1,tr20,097 67
Since their incorporation, a period of eighteen years,
they have paid upwards of one malign, two hundred thou
sand dollars, losses by fire, thereby affording evidence
of the advantages of insurance, na well as the ability and
disposition to meet with promptness, all liabilities.
CnaaLEs G. 11.trmaan, Secretary.
THOMAS LLOYD, of Columbia,
Agent for Yorl• and Lancaster Counties.
Feb. 12, 1645-Iy.
rrifiS ATTNETITELY! Doctor Hofland's Cele
Will effectually cure the Liver Complaint, Jaundice. Dys
pepsia, Clacanc_o* Nest tJus Debility, Indigemiati , Flatu
lence, Asthma, Diabetes, Disease of the Kidneys, Pulmo
nary Affections, (ansing from disease of the stomach and
liver,) and all diseases arising from a weak or disordered
stomach in both Male and Female, such as Female Weak
ness, Dizziness, Fullness or Blood to the Head, Inward
Piles, Fluttering_ of the Heart, Difficulty el Breathing,
Constant Imaginings of Evil, Great Depression of Spirits,
Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Side, Back, Breast, or
Limbs, Cold Feet, &c.
They remove all acidity, and give tone and action to
the stomach, and assist digestion ; they contain no alco
holic stimulant. and can be taken by the most delicate
stomach. and will in every case entirely destroy Costive
ness, and reties ate the whole system. removing all tin
purities from the body, runt remnants of previous thbense,
and glve health aml vigor to the whole frame, thereby
preventing frightful dreams, walking* white asleep, (C,
which often result in accident.
The funcuons of the stomach are of the inmost impor
tance to every one, communing the source and fountam
of life, which is nutrition No organ possesses such re•
markal?le sympathies. none such remarkable power in
modnylna every part of the CI stein A greater manlier
of persons fall .[mums. to the harmssing it: riiiismotium
and Dyspepsia, and more or ••,,e disease ;m u .,
in the digestive system. than gin other tii.eases evil vs,'
The many thousands who di. with Yellow 1 , 0, 1„ nix; ..
Influenza, and other cr idemies. 0wi..4 •.• of
rangement there. II the digestive s) stein 1• In r , •
health, the nervous system and the circulatios
blood will be also, as upon it t`ley detren.l, then epicl2nl-..
I loose all their terror
Those living in. or visumg district. l.asrais,l
F.E.V.CR AND AGril annually, fo id that t , y the
timely use of one or two boulcs to renovate and lure: 4 .4:lmo
the system, no sues o: will accumulate, and they
will not in any one instance take the disease. Preven
tion is far better than cure. •
The rare success In treating dieeases of the stomach
successfully, has not been so much a want of paiholov
cal knowledge of its functions, as the preparation of suit
able Vegetable compounds. so as to obtain not only their
whole power, Lut as they would be most effectual and
NVe are all aware that too many prepare:Mils have
been, and are now before the public, that act only as pan
atives, and some that change the locality of the disease,
or prevent it for a short period, then it returns more for
midable tban in the first instance Stich preparations
have destroyed the public confidence, This article stand
ing alone in its number of cures, and unrivalled, as tbou•
sands of our citizens can attest who have tested its vir
tues, can always be depended upon for the above mimed
diseases. Is will; cure any case that can be. cured by
medicine, no matter who, or what else has failed; it will
perfectly restore the diseased organic functions of the
Stomach, Intestines, Respiration, Circulation, ke.
These Bitters. and the Spikenard Ointment will cure
any case of Inward Piles; it is a rare occurrence to re
quire more than one bottle of each for the w•orat cases
Srd, Race Street. one door above Eighth, south side, Phila
delphia In Lancaster, by John F. Long :in Harrisburg.
by Daniel NV. Gross; in Pittsburg, by Wm. Thorn—and,
• dcalers generally throughout the United States.
IFY - Pamphlets containing cures and descriptions of dis
vase.. gratis.
Also for stile, his celebrated VEGETABLE RHEU
MATIC PILLS, for the cure of Gout, Rheumatism, Drop
sy, and severe Nervous Adections; SPIKENARD OINT
MENT, for the cure of Piles, Tether, Ringworms, ace.,
dm, he. marchlS,leSE-Ont,
PRE undersigned have just received the best
and most complete assortment of English and Ger
man stub and twist and patent breech DOUBLE BAR
RELED GUNS, which have ever been offered in this
market at such pnees that will suit all. Alm, six Barrel
ed Revolving and seitlemking PISTOLS. Call and ex
amine for yourselves, at the cheap blar,dware Store of
RUMPLE et IlEss.
Columbia, August
1 1. •:e , 7‘V44 #j•il
maßaltimore & Satqattanna Rail Road.
The Morning PASSENCEIt TRAIN will run
from Baltimore regularly, hereafter, on Sun
day, nt 9 o'clock A. M., and Returning will start from Co
lumbia at 1/ P. M., Wrightsville 2 I'. M., and front York
at 3 o'clock, P. 31., as on other days of the week. The
mail between Baltimore and York will be carried by this
tram. No other train will run on Sunday.
0ct.27, 11347. Superintendent of Transportation.
Morzitiormega TILAXCir ALMALtrf.
Between York, Wrightsville and Co
...=Tatts,tt h‘mhia.—The President and Directors' of
••••• • Btiore Susehanna olut
Company having the
con al ven m ted to and
contmu qu e the MORN I NG
'TRAIN between the above places.
fl 'The Car will leave Columbia DAILY, [Sundays ex
cepted] at 61 o'clock, A. M., and the Train will leave
Wrightsville at 6.5 o'clock. Returning, the Train will
leave York at 9 o'clock, A M.
Apr,l 17. IEI7
Extract is put up in QUART norrtam--it is six times
cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior to any sold.
It cures diseases without vomiting, purging, sickness, or
debilitating the patient, and is particularly adapted for a
The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla,
over all oilier remedies is, whilst n eradicates
disease. It invigorates The body.
lironeluti.., Consumption, Liver Complaint. Colds, Coughs,
Catarah, Asthma, Spitting of Blood. Soreness in the
Chest, Hectic Plush, Night Sweats, Difficult or Profuse
Expectoration, and Pain in the Side, kc., have and can
be cured.
Probably there never was a remedy that has been so
successful in desperate cases of consumption as this; it
cleanses and strengthens the system, and appears to heal
the ulcers on the lungs, and the patients gradually re
gain their usual health and strength.
There Is scarcely a day passes but there are a number
of cases of Consumption reported as cured by the use of
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla. The following was recently
Dr. Townsend—Hear Sir : For the last three years I
have been afflicted with general debility, and nervous con
sumption of the last stage, anti did not expect to ever gain
my health at all. Atter going through a course of medi
cine under the care of some of the most distinguished re
gular physicians and members of the board of Health in
New York and elsewhere, and spending mostof my earn
ings, in attempting to regain my health, and after reading
sit some . parier of your Sarsaparilla, I resolved to try iL--
Atter using six bottles I found it done me great . good and
failed to see you at your office; with your advice I kept
on, and do moat heartily thank you for your advice. I per
severed in taking the Sarsaparffla, and have been able to
attend to my usual labors for the last four mouths, and
hope by the blessings of God and your Sarsaparilla to con
tinue my health. It helped me beyond the expected*ns
of all who knew my case. CHARLES Qcostisr.
Orange. Essex Co., N J., August 2, 1947.
State of New Jersey, F.,sex County, ss :
Charles Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on
his oath snub, that the foregoing statement is true accord
ing to the best of his knowledge and belief.
CHARLES Qvrlin r.
Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange. the 3rd
August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN',
Justice of the ranee
Read the folio., tug, and say that Consumption is lace
Table if you can: . .
Now York, April ert, 1847.
Dr. Townsend-1 verily believe that your Sarsaparilla
has been the rowans, through Providence, of saving my
life. I have for several years bad a bad cough. It lie
came worse and worse. At last I raised large yuantiues
of blood, had night assents, mid was greatly oebilitated
and reduced, and did not expect to live I have only used
your Sarsaparilla bat a short time, and there ban a WOll
- change been wrought in me. I am now able to
walk all over the city. I raise no blood, nod my cough
has leg site. You can well imagine that lam thanktut
for these results. Your obedient servant.
Dasscilx, 111, Catharine at.
Very few families indeed—an fact we have not heard of
one—that used Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla in time lost
any children the past summer, while those that did not
sickened and died. The certificate we publish below is
conclusive evidence of its value, and is only another in
stance of its saving the lives of the children:
D. Townsend—Dear Sir: I had two children cured lay
your Sarsaparilla of the slimmer complaint and dysentery;
one was only 15 months old, and the other 3 years. They
were very much reduced, and we expected they would
die; they were given up by two respectable physicians.
When the doctor informed us that w•e must lose them. we
resolved to try your Sarsaparilla we had heard so match
of, but had but little confidence, there being so much
stuff advertised that is worthless; but see arc very thank.
ful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved the lives of both.
1 write this that others mny be induced to use it.
Yours, respeetfally, Joita Ntimsox, Jo.
Myrtle-Avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. 151647.
James Cummings, Esq., one of the assistants in dm Lit
natie Asylum, 33Iani:we/I's Island. iy the gentleman spok
en of in the following letter :
This is only onr of More than :four thousand cases of
rheumatism that Dr. Townswend's Sarsaparilla has
cured. The most severe and chrome cases are weekly
eradicated by its extraordinary virtues :
Ik.seawrax.'s !scions Sept. 14, 1d47.
Da. ToressFau—Dear Sir : I have suffered terribly for
nine years with rheumatism; considerable of the time I
could not eat. sleep or work ; I had the most distressing
pains. red my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used
tour bottles of your sarsaparilla, and they have done me
more than one thousand dollars' worth of good-1 am so
much better. Indeed. I ain entirely relieved. Von are at
liberty to me this for the benefit of the afflicted
the Ladies It relieves them of a great amount of sulfur
ing, and gives them fine complexions, and buoyant:Tints.
Mrs. Parker kindly sent us the following:
Son7o Daoosuvx, Aug., 17,1517. I
On TowssnyD—Sir : It gives me pleasure to testify to
the beneficial effects I have experienced from the use of
•our Sarsaparilin. My system was very much reduced
y nervousness mid general debility, and with a variety of
binule complaints. I read your advectisement, and war I
nduced to try the diem of your remedy. It restored me
o a better state of health, 1 bad not enjoyed for several
years previous to taking It; and I do most cheerfully re
•orninend tt us a valuable racewitm to all why are alliscied
as I have been
The iollowing is from a very respectable farmer resid
ing at ilennipstead :
Da.'rowsse:fir—Derir Sir: My wile has been:suffering
severely trent the Dyspepsia and general derangement
et the ,ysteni, that we supposed she must die. The Phy
sicians coi.:(1 not resist the disease, and she would have
beyond doubt if we had not given her your Sarsapa
nl' it
- unveil Tier life certainly. She is almost tu
nic ly rcl,e is gaining strength and health. She
si.:l P the 11, of th.
Vro iTS respectfully, ELIZA ABRANI.
r:Ew YOUR, StPT. it, 1947.
DR Towx.sexn :—Dear Sir—l am constrained, as an
net of 3nstice, to publicly acknowledge thereat benefits
received from the use of your Sarsaparilla. being in town
about two years since 111 a very weak and debilitated
state. My disease was a chronic inflammation of the li
ver and stomach. and, us many thought consumption; I
was so reduced that I had very little hope of recovery.
blearing and reading considerably of the effects of your
medicine, I resolved to try it, though I entertained a preju
eicc against advertised remedies. I had taken the medi
cine but a short time, and begun to recover gradually and
continued to get better, arid ran now well. Indeed I am
so much unproved that my friends scarcely recognized me
when I returned to the city. You are at liberty to publish
this if you think it will extend the use of your excelleZ
remedy. T. Tawina.
One thousand or inore additional agences, for the ROC
of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, will be established in
such places where an agency is not already appointed, in
the Slates of Pennsylvanta. New Jersey, Delftware, Ma
ryiand, 'Virginia, and other Southern and Western States.
The terms of agency to be complied with will be as fol
lows; Not more than once person will have the appoint.
ment in a place, who wall be advertised as such an one
or more papers published at such place, or the nearest
paper to the place. The wall also he furnashad with el
and hanalhills setting forth the virtues of the medicine,
with their names printed as the Agents, for circulation.
A het of all such names wilt be regularladished
p or d all such
will be furnished them for circulation gratis, u tin
did ahowbills of Dr- Townsend's entire establishment.
For all these advantages, the payment for a supply of
' the Sarsapirila will he requiredwhen ordered, and stony
time when the Agency is relinquashed, if any of the Med
acine should remain unsold, it will be taken back at the
price paid for it.
Persons who may wish the sale of this valuable medi
cine on the terms above specified, will address, by letter,
or apply at the Principal office and sole agency or
120 North Second street, Phila.
And at the same time they wilf mention the names of
any newspapers published in or near the place in which
they reside.
AN. B. Wtth the above advantages, the price of the
Sarsaparilla will be 52 per dozen. packed in bozos of
doz. each—less than a bok will not be furnished.
Principal Office,l26 Fulton street, New York.
Sole agents for Pluladelphin, On. T. W. DYOTT
SONS. Columbian College, In North SECOND street •
also for sale by Frederick Brown, corner of Chestnut and
Filth streets; Lancaster, fleintish and Son : Wilmington
Edward Drinkhurst ; York. Morns at Co.' Carlisle, it El
liott; Harrisburg. Dr. McPherson; S. S. Hance. Balti
more: and by the principal Druggists throughout the Uni
ted States, ',Vest Indies and Canada.
None genuine, unless put am in large square bottles,
which contain a quart. and signed With the winter, sag.
nature of 5. P. Townsend, and his name blown on the
N. D.—Persona inquiring for this medicine should not
be induced to take any other. Druggists put up sa t ...
harities, anal of course prefer selling their own ; others
ave purchased that put ita small bottles, and because
they make a greater profit, recommend them. Do not be
deceived by any—turpure for Dr. Townsend'a, and take
no other.
(Wu' Remember the genuine 'Townrend's S.arsaparillar
sold only by the Sole Agents, T. W. oyarr & SONS,
No. 111 North SECOND Street.
Each bottle is always enveloped or accompanied with
a eopyof "Dyott's Oracle of Health."
W. A. LEADWini . or Columbi a
a:2IM. VW • -a
l'Anitr.n. BIIIIIC Ft , South Brooklyn
4 4 r,e,
. •aAa
IN PRICES of Dry Goods. IVho are to be bene fi ted
by this remarkable change? THEPEOPLE! Why?
Let them call at the BEE HIVE STORE, North Queen
street, and s ee ; lucre they cat: buy as much for el 00, as
they a short time ago would have to pay Sul 00 for. This
then is a radical change for the express benefit of the peo
ple. Let them call early and see the LARGE LOTS of
cheap and beautiful Goods just opening: foe Revolu
tions now-s-days are remarkable for their =LEVITY.
Splendid Lawns, fast colors, cents
3d inch Mushns, heavy and fine, for ri.; cents
1115.5 1111 LAINES
A good article of Plain Modes and Blk. only 121 cents
A good article, Highly Cruncleon.
Ladies can he supplied with every article for mourning.
Good plain Dlk. Chintzes, only 121 cents
do do Lawns, in, 18, and 25 cents
Mazatlan., Bareges and Silk Tissues.
Lisle thread, Silk and Kid; Misses Gloves in vanety,
A:r TIM Ilae. Hum, CHAS. EAVENTZ &I3lto.
GINGHAM'S opened,4 cages of splendid French,
Scotch, and Englibh Dress Hinchrans, New patterns and
very cheap—nt THE BEE HIVE, North Queen street.
The greatest variety of the most splendid styles, just
received—among the newest styles are :
Mazatltuts, - - Magnificent.
Zephrines, - - Beautiful.
Zephry• Tissues, - - Lovely.
Pompadours, - - - - Fascinating.
&e., Sm., perfectly exhaustless, at the
BEE HIVE," North Queen Street.
lust opening, the newest styles for Spring and Semmes,
the greatest variety ever seen in Lancaster. Great care
Las been taken to the selection of styles and colors. at the
French N. W. tw, n.n.
do do do Collnrx
do do d.; Edging and Inserting.
Embroidered Swio,iidies. for Dresses.
At the DEE UWE, North Queen at
Lancaster. April I. 1,946.—ti
unucKat.,:r, woatti respectfully inform his corner
out trends of coluraltin and its vicinity that he
has just returned from New York and Philadelphia with
a splendid assortment of all articles belonging to the
mum IIUtINIPAS. Vi,: . _ .
. .
011.5, (l nyr. STUFFS,.'kc., &c.
Tozether 'silk a surertor lot and style of lIAIR and
charm: IMUSIIES that took the Medal in the Me
chanic's Institute of New York.
Also a constant supply of Camphene and Eethereal Oil
Lamps. with a Pala and good Material to burn in them.
Country Merchant., Druggists Physicians, Bakers,
Store Keepers, Pullers, 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. \V Ai. A. LEADER.
Columbia, March 25, li-TIS.-tf,
sincerely returns thanks for the very liberal en
couragement be has received, and flatters himself
that by strict attention to business, to continue to merit a
share of public patronage, His stock of Drugs aud Medi
cines is of the very Lest selection, nod as complete as any
in the place. nIS Variety of goods in connection with
the Drug Business is very extensive. The following list
includes only a small part of his stock :
Paints and Oils, ready mixed Paints, Camplienc or Pine
Oil, Ethereal Oil, Dye Stuns, Window Glass, Putty, Shop
Furniture Bottles, Porter Bottles, Vials—a full assortment
—Perfumery, Colognes. Florida Water, Bay Rum, Po
made Philocome, Beef Morrow,
Antique Oil. Extracts for
the Handkerchief, Toilet Powder, I Powder, Hair
Dyes, Depilatory Power, Pomade Devine. Highly :Per
fumed Soaps of eveiy kind. Medicated Soaps, Jones's
Chemical Italian, I tattle's:Nymph, Itousell's Circassian,
Radway's Chinese Ai.e. Hair Restoratives, Haule's can
Lustral.Javne'sTonie, Jones's. Coral, Oldrtges's Balm of
Columbia, Hair Curling Ligmd, Robey's Mouth Aromas,
Lip Salve. Bnnrloliue, S r.
Rings, Tassels, Clasps, Silk Twist, Steel Purses and
Rags. Also. a general variety of other Purses, Crochet,
Hooks. and Paton
N. IL—The subscriber tins also a large ass.orttnent of
Comstock & Co's •and Comstock & Tyler's Patent Medi
cines on hand which he obtained directly from the pro
prietors for CASH, which will enable hint to sell them
trom 20 to 50 per cont. lower than their agents—warrant
ed genuine. It. WILLIAMS.
Colunditm March :33, lel .—tf Front Street.
DR. 3,23.A11CV.11 PA1.5.0141,,
T im only radical cure for Consumption ! ! It
also removes and permanently cures all diseases
arising from an impure state of the blood, viz:
Scrofula or Ring's Ertl Rheumatism, Obstinate Cuta
neous Li:nations, Pimples or Pestules on the face,
Blotches. Biles. Chrome Sorc Eyes, Ring Worm or Tot
ter. Scald fiend, Lnlargement and Pain of the Bones and
Joints, Stubborn Ineers, Syphilitic Symptoms, Sciatica or
Lumbago, Diseases arising front an Injurious use of l'iler
eury, Dropsy, Exposure or Imprudence in life. Also,
Chronic Constitutional Disorders.
In this medicine several innocent but very potent arti
cles of the vegetable kingdom are united, forming a com
pound entirely different in its character and properties from
any other preparation. and unrivalled in its operation on
the system when laboring under disease. It should be in
the hands of every person. who by business, or general
course of life. is predisposed to the very many [OUR/CMS
that render life a curse, instead of a blessing, and so often
result in death.
The following testimony is from an able practitioner o
this city:
PIIILADELPITTA, December 14, 1947.
Dear Sir reply to your question respecting the use
of Dr. Drake's Panacea, I will say that although a perfect
disbeliever or the existence of a Panacea, or cure for all
diseases, however valuable it may be in certain condi
tions of the system. still I have believed that a cure for
Consumption would be discovered sooner or later, and
ucos led to try your medicine to two very inveterate cases.
They were pronounced by the attending physicians to be
Pubs:oil/my CoNsc:urriox, and abandoned by them as in
curable. One of the persons had been under the treat
ment of several very able practitioners for n number of
years, and they said she hid " old fashioned Consumption
combined with Scrofula and that she might linger for
somehow:, but (mold not be permanently relieved. In both
eases the effect of the Panacea has beets most gratifying.
Only four or five bottles \veto used by one of the persons
before she began to improve rapidly. The other took
about ten. They are both well. I will only add, that (a
ntler as I am with Consumption by inheritance and by
extensive observation as a study, and knowing also the
injurious effects its nine cases out of ten of tar, bonesct,
and other vegetable tonics, as well as of many of the ex
pectorants and scdatives,l should never have recommend
.' the use of Drake's Panacea if I had not been acquaint
ed whit the ingredients. Suffice it to say these arc re
commended by our most popular and scientific physi
emits, and its their present combined state, form probably
the best alterative that has ever been made. The care is
in accordance with a theory of Consumption broached in
Prance a few years ago, by one of her most eminent
writers on medicine, and now established by facts which
admit of no dispute. Very Respectfully Yours,
1.. C . GUNN, Corner Chest. and 1 , 11111 st.
Anton Liking cure of Liver Complaint nod Dyspesia, in
comiectlon with General Debility of the whole sytern:
I'IIILADELPIZIA. March 7 1813.
Mews. Storrs & Co.--ftentlemen :—My wife has been
for several years afflicted with a pain through her right
side and shoulder, accompanied with chills through her
whole system, and almost constantly a sick stomach, at
tended with pain, invariably after eating or drinking; so
much so as to deprive her of all satisfaction in attempting
to eat, even if she had a desire for food, which was not
often the case, as her appetite was completely gone. A
friend persuaded her to give DR. DRAKE'S I'ANACEA
n trial and I 'am now happy to say the first bottle gave
her relief. Our family physician examined the Panacea,
and approved of her using it. She has taken three bottles
since, and is greatly bcnefitted. She bas nosy a good ap
petite, mid can eat her meals with satisfaction. The chills,
pm, and sick stomach have entirely left her, and we feel
confident that the Panacea has affected a contple cure of
her difficulties, and would recommend to all who are af
flicted as she has been to try Dr. Drake's Panacea.
'No. 324, North Third. Street.
The above are but a few of the numerous testimonials
we are constantly receiving, of the wonderful efficacy of
Dr. Drake's Panacea. It is a pleasant. yet most search
ing remedy;and the first trial will prove its power. Its
reputation as increased since its introduction to a degree
hitherto unknown in all medical discoveries.
With the firm conviction that no other remedy, so called,
of the present age, in equal to this, rind that the theory
upon which it is compounded is too firmly e s tabl is h e d to
he overthrown, the proprietors solicit a trial of Dr.
Drake's Panacea. willing to stand or fall upon its own
merits, well satisfied it will sustain the reputation it has
already acquired.
CEA is put tie in large square bottles—it has the signa
ture of Geo.} Storrs on the wrapper—and also the name
"Dr. Drake's Panacea, Phila." blown in the glass.
prepared only by Storm 8 Co., Druggists, N 0.21 North
Sixth Street, Philadelphia.
Aorters.-11. WILLIAMS, Columbia; Ileinitsh & Son,
Lancaster; C. A. Morris, k Co . York.
April 15. 1014.-1
THOUSANDS 1 Wright's ladian Vegetable Pills.
Scarcely have ten short years elapsed since an
bumble attertpt wasmede to combine, in a suitable medi
cal preparation, a few of the herbs of the Indian. All was
dark at the time as to the result. The most that could be
estimated was, that the principles adopted as the basis to
build upon were sound. So much reliance was placed
upon calomel and the lancet, that the ill success of the
new eXperiment would have tended to confirm that reli
ance, while it shook the purpose of the proprietor.
Now, however, all doubt and difficulty is at an end.--
Everywhere this medicine has been greeted with wel
come; everywhere has its use been attended with the
roost gratifying success. Front small beginnings its sales
are no counted
and it is held in higher estimation at the present time
than when it was originally introduced,
FEI Ea 9
Fevers, like every other form of disease, are only an
akin of nataire to expel front the body something that is
opposed to health; tt is merely a. struggle between the
good and bad humors for supremacy, and the commotion
which ensues is culled Fever. The usual symptoms of a
Fever are heaviness languor, anxiety, sighing sod yawn
ing, with alternate fits of cold and heat, after which the
patient complains of pain In the head and back, thirst, difL
ficulty of breathing, pain in the limbs, a sense of fullness
about the region of the stomach, nausea and sickness,
with sometimes a vomiting of bilious matter.
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills will be found peculiar
ly adapted to the cure of Au. suns OF sEvss, because
they not only thoroughly cleanse the stomach and bowels
from all bilious humors, but they open those excretory
vessels which emptyinto the bowels; and consequently,
the impurity contained in the circulation (which is the
cause of all disordered motions of the blood, called Fe
vers,) is thrown into the bowels, from whence it is car
ried off by tin iegislar alvine discharges.
In using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills for Fevers,
the only care necessnry is, to have the medicine operate
COPIOUSLY 1W THE BOWLI.S. lithe symptoms are
urgent, from four to eight pills should be taken, night and
morning, until the fever has subsided; after which smaller
doses, once in twenty-four hours, will be sufficient to re
store the body to a sound state of health.
The following highly respectable Storekeepers have
been duly appointed agents for the sale of this Celebrated
Medicine, in Lancaster county:
Marvin°, Reuben Wealth:.
Bainbridge, John F. Beecher.
Bird-in-Band, Jacob Bruner.
Burt Township, Wm. W. Passtnore.
13elleview, Buyers & Kennedy.
Conestop Centre ' John H. Harman
Church fawn, L.& E. Rogers.
Coopersville, E. Lewis.
Columbia, Fry & Spangler.
Cherry Hal, Isaac S. Webster.
Drumore, John A. Boyd.
Earl Township, George Buchman.
do do Weaver & Stauffer
do do Davis 'Wallace.
Elizabethtown, John Lynch.
Ephrata, 0. P. Gross.
do 'Martin Weidman.
Fulton Rouse . , Fulton tp., L. P. 'Wilkinson
Ilempfielii, Ruigivalt & Martin.
Intercourse, J. G. & S. 1.. Robinson.
Leacock township, Frederick Swope.
Lautheter Square, J. F. & D. H. Herr.
Lithe, Nathaniel S. Walley.
Lancaster, John Zimmerman.
Mount Joy, Witmer & Cassel.
Mountrille. John Devlin.
Marietta, W. A. & B. Spangler.
Mount Joy Township, H. G. Clark & Co.
Maytown, John Reinhold.
do Slaymaker & Co.
Mount Pleasant, Samuel Kepner.
Mill Creek, Henry Stauffer.
New Holland, Brubaker & Co.
New Providence, Hildebrandt At Meyer.
Poplar Grove, E. 11. Paxson.
Peach Bottom, S. W. P. Boyd.
Paradise, A. It. & A. L. Winner.
Peach Bottom, Wm. Arnold.
Rawlinseille John Rawlins.
Safe Harbor. Herr & Son.
Strausbur'-, g Witt. Spencer.
Salsbury, Freeland.
Washington, John A. Brash.
fl_ollices devoted exclusively to the sale of Wright's
Indian Vegetable Pills, wholesale and retail, 169 Raea
street, Philadelphia; 233 Greenwich street, New York;
and I:3S 7'l'olllolli street, Boston,
June 0,15.13.—tapW.19
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Philadelphia, June 3. 1843.-3 mo.
AND only place at which the greatest variety of
STOVES can be had, Manufactured of the best refi
ned Iron, is at
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Second, Philadelphia, who offer for safe, a v erryy superior
assortment, consisting of the improved Air-Tight com
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and many others, of the best standard Stoves in the mar
ket. Call and examine our stock before pnrchasing, as
we will sell CHEAP. Dealers will promote their inter
est by BUYING OF US.
Philadelphia, May 20, 1848.—1 y.
EIIIPIRE COOKING STOVE. In again calling at
tention to this unegalled STOVE, the proprietor has
the pleasure to inform the public that (externally) it has
undergone an entire change—the pipe and hearth placed
opposite each other, and a
being added, thus rendering it faultless, and unless there
is another faultless Stove itt the market, this is unques
tionably the best, as it now embraces every valuable im
provement possessed by any other Stove in addition to
some peculiar to itself, secured by Letters Patent.
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poses, that has given such general satisfaction. Stoves
have been copied after its form; some dealers have even
used its fundameriml principles, but the proportions were
so unlike the original, that they bear the relative value,
that a counterfeit does to flimflam° coin.
Complete COOK and other COOK STOVES, in great
variety. P. R. GILBERT, No. 412, Market st.
Girard Row, below Twelfth Street, PHILADELPHIA.
Stoves purchased at THIS STORE will be de•
livered in Columbia, free of charge.
ap20 , 42-1 y
finTlOlsi TO TIE PUBLIC—The only genuine
has the written signature of the General Agent, W. M.
SPEAR, on the out side wrapper surrounding each bottle;
this is believed to be the only article, bearing the above
title, as eminating from the Doctor. The virtues of Wild
Cherry, for relieving affections of the Lungs, and that all
important organ, the Liver, has long enjoyed the confi
dence of domestic practice. . .
City of Philadelphia, so—William M. Spear, of the city
of Philadelphia, being duly sworn according to law, de
poses and says that he is to the possession of the original
recipe for preparing , a Balsam of Wild Cherry, for affec
tions of the Lungs, which was given to him by Dr. Wistar,
a regularly educated Physician, and that he believes it to
be the only one in possession of any person except the
said Dr. IVistar himself. W. hi. SPEAR.
Sworn and subvertbed before me, and city seal affixed,
on the first day of Now nber, A. D. 1847.
(L. S.) JOLLY SWIFT, Mayor.
A copyright fur the Balsam is secured.
Absurd as it may appear in the face of the above unde
niable proof, an individual from Boston, Mass., recently
applied to the United States District Court of Pennsylva
inn for an injunction on the General Agent for the United
States and the British Provinces, to prevent said Agent
from selling the only genuine Dr. Wistar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry, (said individual claiming the right.) Oi
course the lion. Judge of said Court promptly refused it.
The Balsam is not one of the quack nostrums of the day,
claiming to cure persons whose cases are beyond the reach
of 'medicine, (or restoring others to life i) it only claims,
and has proved in thousands of cases, to be the Sent, most
efficacious, and only genuine preparation of Wild Cherry
of the nineteenth century, for affections of the Lunge,
liver, and Kidneys, frequently terminating in consump
tion, ever offered to the public.
A liberal discount to druggists and country dealers.
NOTICE. TO TI I E PUBLIC.-1 have this day appointed
T. W. IWOT'l' & SONS, No. 132, North Second street.
Philadelphia. Wholesale Varnishing Agents for the only
RY, for the following States. viz: New York, New Eng
land States, New Jersey, Delaware, :Maryland, District of
Columbia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and
Also. for the interior of Pennsylvania. All orders for
the 13alsam svihl hereafter be addressed to them.
Attio far sato, wholesale and retail, by WILLIAM M.
SPEAR., I\o. 145, Vine street. below Fifth street, Philadel
phia, General Agent for the United States and the British
Provinces, for the (only genuine) Dr. Ulster's Balsam of
Wtid,chelry. WM. M. SPEAR.
Philadelphia, lit arch 27,1949 _
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Co., and Dr. A. H. Baeeitz, York, Pa.; Reynolds & Co.,
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Price. $1 Ivor houle ; six tottles for $5. Ap1512-1y
SALAIIIINDER, Fire and Thief Proof Iron Chats,
Warranted equalto any other make, and have never
been Marred by Fire or Burglars, tit a single instance. He
also keeps on band a full supply of Common Chests,
made of lighter iron, at lower prices.
Letter Copying Presses and Books.
Trucks for Stores, Factories, Its.
Druggists' Presses.
Eagle Glass Paper.
Portable Shower Baths, &e.
Packing Levers, Rousting Machines.
Refrigerators and %Yates Filters.
Ca South Second St., below Chesnut, Philadelphia.
IMPRIGLWATORS for cooling and preserving Meet,
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of all sizes and prices, at the Warcroorns, No. GI South
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Philadelphia, October Sit, 1E47.
ACerlain Disease Cured in TWO DAYS.--The
loins, recent and chronic a ffe ct s on,' of the kidneys, dis
ease of the bladder. gravel, seminal weakness. &c. Per
sons who, by indulging In a secret habit, have entailed
on themselves constitutional debility, should apply lin-
Imediately to DR. KINKELIN, of the Philadelphia Medi
cal hours, the oldest institution of the kind In the cty.
Office. N. W. corner of THIRD and UNION Ste. be
tween Spruce aid Pine, II squares from the Exchange.
This .Medical House woe established by Dr. K. fifteen
years ago, for the suppression of quackery, there being
so many personsZwithnut knowledge, name or character,
who put advertisements in thetpublle papers, that an in
stliutlonof this kind was highly necessary to prevent the
afflicted. especially stranger/, from falling into the hands
of same unskillful wretch, who. Instead of curing, might
send his victim to an untimely grave. Therefore. the
afflicted sb (mid shun the numerous pretended physlciens
who know nothing of the practice of medicine, but con
sult Dr Kinkelin. whocures .9 Certain Disease In two or
three days,according to thestate of the patient, without
the use of mercury. No mercurial remedies are used by
Dr. Kinkelin ; his medicines are palatable and harmless.
and all his patients are honorably shielded. from even
the possibility of being discovered. He who plates him
self under the care of Dr. K., may religiously sangria In
hie honor as a gentleman. tied confidently rely upon his
skill as a physician. and if he is not speedily relieved no
remuneration will be demanded.
Strictures, one of the most troublesome and dangenurs
affections, which often end in gravel, Mean:lotion, weak
ness, &c . Dr. Kinkelin guaranties to remove speedily:
as also, swellings, diseased prostrate gland. dre. Stric
tures have ruined many who had no knowledge or their
Take Pcirticallar Natitt.—Young men who have Injured
themselves by a certain practice indulged in—a habit
frequently teamed from evil companions. a r at school—
the effects of which are nightly felt, even when asleep,
and destroy both mind and body, should apply imme
diately. Weakness sud constitutional debility IMMO-
Mutely cured and full vigor restored. All letters post paid.
Mar Angie., —Dr. Kinkello has had greater practice in
the above affections than any physician in the United
States. He also possesses an advantage over all
from the het of his having studieJ In the great hospitals
of &nape. Thousands In Philadelphia can testify that
he cured them aft yother means has felled. Sepa
rate rooms for private consultation. Open till d. P. M.
Trawl/ere supplied at a moment's notice, with the re
quiem, useetctese to CUM themselves privately.
Packages of medicines sent to any part of the U. S.
More particulars in the Spirit of the Times 0r6,87.1y