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For the Columbia Spy
ON THE DEATH OF MRS. C. M. SCOTT
The Lord gave—the Lord bath taken away—blessed
be the name of the Lord."
°ecru), calm thy troubled bosom;
Solemn:sepulture afford ;
She, the cherish(' form we yield thee,
Was a martyr for the Lord.
Lisridng to the call of Jesus,
Strong in faith and warm in zeal,
kindred, friends, and country• leaving,
Firm she mark'd the parting keel.
Lab'ring long amid the heathen,
Spending youth, and health, and life,
Still the keenest pang was waiting
For the Man= and the Imes-
Iligh to the last her sense of duty,
"All for Christ," her watchword still,
She could rend the strongest fetters,
Nature throws around the will.
Shall we grieve for the departed?
All her suttrings now are eer,
Care harrassing, wasting sickness,
Here shall never pain her more.
.No—we mourn for the bereaved,—
Lonely pilgrim who can tell,
When the w•ith'ring tidings reach thee,
Pangs thy smitten heart shall swell'
I.llll'd beneath the mighty billow.
Calm and sweet shall be thy sleep;
Till th , archangel's trump resoundlng,
Calls the slumb'rers from the deep.
Then, 0 then, how blest the meeting!
Matchless Love and boundless Grace,
Tees andrutvE a theme affording,
Through eternity to trace.
Tim FREEPORT Actozoocr.—The aqueduct at
Freeport, Pa., which was burned down a month
ago, is already rebuilt, and navigation has again
been resumed. The Pittsburg Gazette says : The
new aqueduct is a handsome structure, and sub
stantially built of the best materials. It is 810
feet long and 17 feet in width. It has six spans,
and is suspended 37 feet above the level of the
river. There has been about 500 feet of new cut
stone work done, and a good deal of rebuilding of
old stone work. Some 25 tons of iron have been
consumed for bolts, spikes, etc., in its erection.—
The cost of its construction is estimated at $30,000;
which, considering the haste the work was done
in, is quite low.
1 - )e Markets.
Columbia Retail Market.
Flour, by the quarter at the rate of 86.25 a 6.50
per barrel; Beef, 6 a 8c per lb.; Veal, 5 a 63c per
lb.; llama, 7a 8c per lb ; Dried Beef, 123 al4 ;
Butter, 14 a IBe per lb ; Eggs, 124 c per dozen ;
New Potatoes, $1.25 a 1.50 per bushel.
PHILADELPHIA, June 7.1849
Flour is inactive, with sales at $5.25 a 5.37 for
common Penne ; extra, $54 a 6. anil Meal, $2.37.
Rye Flour, $3.50 a 3.56. Wheat, prime white, $l.-
27 a 1.30 ; red, $1.23 a 1.25. Rye, 70e per bushel.
Corn, Southern ycllow,slc, weight.
Lumber.—The supplies are on the increase.
Cargo sales of yellow pine boards at $l3. a 17. per
M.; Susquehanna, $ll, a 15.
13A I.MIORE, June 7, 1648.
Howard street flour, $5.623 1 ; City Mills, $.5,75.
Wheat, red, $1.05 a 1.07; choice, $1.16. Corn,
white, 39 a 40c; yellow, 47. Oats, 41. Rye 65.
Prom the Old Dominion. —lVayneshorough,
Augusta county, Va., March 19, IS37.—Dr. Fowls—Sir:
During the past year, my daughter was sick with a fever
about two or three months; this left her in a low and
feeble state, she then vats attacked with a most violent
and severe cough. raised tinily large quantities of very
bad corrupted minter, accompanied ‘vith considerable
blood. She was afflicted with great pain in the side and
breast-11Ms continued for several months, until she was
reduced almost to a skeleton. During the time site was
under the care of good and skillful physicians. who done
their best. but did not 'move the symptoms which ap
peared to be fatal Consumption. end which threatened
every day to carry her oat. At last. n friend who had heen
afflicted with a very bail cough tar seventh years, told me
he was effectually cured with Dr. Wistar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry, and recommended my daughter to try it.—
She did so, and when she had taken n single bottle, she
began to improve. I then told her physician that my
daughter was using IVistar's Balsam. He replied very
well I think it a good preparation—keep on. it will not
hurt 11er—she continued to use it unid she was restored to
good health. I believe it saved my daughter's life. and
do not hesitate to recommend others who are afflicted as
my daughter was, to try it. /INWARD TERREL.
5.13. Let those who have nay doubts about the merits
of this popular medicine, go to their own neighbors for
proof of its efficacy.
le - 13eware of the Syrups. and all other preparations
of Wild Cherry. Buy none but the genuine Dr. Wistar's
None genuine, unless signed I. BUTTS on the wrapper.
For sale by SETH W. FOWLS, General Agent, 199,
Washington Street. Boston; Aslo.
For sale by R. WILLIAMS, Front Street Columbia, Pa.
b u n ge e : i on , WEAK. NERVES, DowyEss or Smarrs
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills arc a natural, and there
fore a certain cure for all kinds of nervous diseases; be
cause they completely cleanse the stomach and bowels
of those bilious and corrupt humors which not only para
lyze and weaken the digestive organs, but are the cause
of weak nerves, low spirits Ike. Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills are also a direct purifier of the blood, and there
fore not only impart health and cheerfulness to the mind,
but also give new life and vigor to the whole frame.
BEWARE Or CODNTERFEWS AND IMITA7IONS.—RCMCM
her, that the original and only genuine Indian Vegetable
Pills have the written signature of Wilx.utts IVntour on
the top label of each box. .
E 7 The genuine for sale by FRY & SPANGLER, Who
are the only authorized Agents for Columbia.. Also, by
agents advertised in another column.
Principal Oftice,loo, Race Street, Philadelphia.
Most Extraordinary Work—The Married Wee
man's PRIVATE MEDICAL. COMPANION, by Dr. A.
M. MAURICEAU, Professor of Diseases of Woman,
Sixth Edition. 18mo. pp. 250. Price $l. 25,000 copies
sold in three months!
Years of suffering, of physical and mental anguish to
many an affectionate wife, and pecuninnry difficulty to
the husband, might have been spared by a timely posses
sion of this work.
It is intended especially for the married. or those con
templating marriage. asit di
selores important secrets
which should be known to them particularly.
Truly, knowledge is power. his health, happiness, af
The revelations contained in its pages have proved a
blessing to thousands, as the iminincrablc letters to the
author will attest.
Here, also, every female—the wife, the mother. the one
either budding into womanhood or the one in the decline
of years in whom nature contemplates an important
change— can discover the cause, symptoms, and the most
efficient remedies, and most certain mode of cure, in every
complaint to which her sex is subject.
COPIES WILL BE SENT BY MAIL FREE OF
POSTAGE TO THE PURCHASER..
Over ten thoneand copies have been sent by mail within
three months, with perfect safety and certamtv.
On the receipt of one Dollar, the Married Woman's
private Medical Companion" will be sent (mailed free)to
any part of the United States. All letters must be poet-paid
)except those containing a remittance) and addressed to
Dr. A. M. Manriceau, Box 1224, New York City. Publish
ing office, 129, Liberty-at., New-York.
The "Mamed Woman's Private Medical Companion"
is sold by Booksellers throughout the United States.
New-York, May 20, 18.48-4 m
Philadelphia Daguereotvpo Establishment
—Exerts:wig, 3d story, Rooms 25-27.—Daguereotype Por
tnuts of all sizes, either singly or in family groups, col
ored or without colors, are taken every day, in any wea
ther. Copies of Daguerreotypes, Oil Painungs, Statuary,
&e., may also be procured. Ladies and Gentlemen are
requested to examine specimens.
apt.s'4B-ty W. & F. LANGENHEng.
Dr. Swayne in the NOtlitho—The following letter
just come to hand. and will be rood with interest. The
patient suffered intolerably, and could find no relief unfit
he used DR. WAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
WILD CRERRY. It is certainly the most wonderful
cure on record Read it:
Wilmington, N. C., Inn. 12, 1647
Dr. Svvayne—Dear Sir :—llaving been almost miracu
lously cured by your valuable medicine, I think it not
more than common gratitude in me to make one addition
to the long list of certificates which you have received of
remarkable cures by your medicine. During the two
years preceeding last August. I was very much distressed
by a very bad cold and Racking Cough, and during the
latter part of the time, it continued to grow worse, and in
deed in July my friends gave tie over, having tried all
kinds of medicine, said to be good for such diseases,
without the least good effect. I was reduced almost to a
perfect corpse, and had scarcely any flesh upon my body,
and for a long time never thought to rise from my bed
again. A friend one day asked me if I had tried_Dr.
Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, and adviced
me to do so at once, as lie heard that it had worked a great
many wonderful cures. I took his advice, and alter using
up several bottles of it, I grew so much better that I vas
enabled to leave my bed, and afterwards to walk about
the house, and go out into the street. I was encouraged
by this, and continued the use of your medicine, and now,
by means of its wonderful curative powers, I ern perfect
ly well, and enjoying the use of all my faculties, just as
much us if I had never been afflicted in the way I have
desenbed to you. Ihave written this, not thinking that it
will at all interest you, but humbly hoping that it will
have its mite of influence in causing your valuable medi
cine to lie spread among mankind. and in assisting to
raise you to that station which you richly deserve, for
your persevering efforts for the public good.
Respectfully your friend and admirer,
JAMES R. MAISELAND.
- - - .
BEWARE or Istrosrriost.—Attemps have often been
made by unprincipled individuals to impose upon the com
munity a spurious article, stealing nearly the whole of the
name of my preparation. To hilly guard agnisist such
base and palpable imposition, the public should shun all
preparations purporting to contain Wild Cherry., except
that bearing the signature of Or. If. Swayne on each bot
tle. Beware of the worthless 13alsnms." Bitters."-
-' Syrups," &c., asihry contain none of the virtues of the
original preparation. .
The (original nod only) genuine article is prepared by
DR. SIVA 1 NF, earner in Eighth and Race sts., Phila
delphia, and for sale by agents ta all parts of the United
States, and some parts of Europe.
Sold by WU. A. LEADER, Columbia, and Dr. A. 11.
DARN PI Z, York, Pa. June 10, 1.n.18..t.
At Carlisle, on the 4th inst.. by the Rev. J. C. Wing,
Miss CATHARIXE EL/ZABILT/I CLAWGIN4 of Philadelphia,
nod Mr. WILLIANI CALVIN JOIINNTON, of Springfield,
THE President nud Directors of the Columbia
k Washington Turnpike Road Company have this
day declared a dividend of eighty cents on each share of
stock. payable to the stockholders or their legal represen
tatives on demund.
J. W. corn - mu., Treasurer.
ly 3, 1.4.
LBETTs , s
cIENTINEItero-Abdominal Supporters, Recom
mended be Physienans of the highest standing in all
parts of the United States. Also in Philadelphia. by Prof.
Jackson., mid Prof. Hornier, of the University of Penn
sylt ulna; Prof. Joseph Puncoust and Prof. J. K. Mitchell,
oldie Jefferson Medical College; Prof. NVuldnonk, of Ilan
Pennsylvania Medical College; Willinm Harris, M. I),
Lecturer on Mndwnfery; and many others of high ' , tannin:lg.
Tins invention Inns been before the public over twelve
years, and is the most successful instrument of it.. class.
Sold in Columbia. by IL WILLIAMS,
July 8. 1845. Agent.
1 - UST received a fresh and superior article of
Vanilla Bean—very cheap, For 13 ale by
July e. ILLIAMS.
EXTRACT De JENNY LIND, for the Handier
duet: For sale by R. WILLIAMS.
Columbia, July S.
- p IGEN 11%, for the growth and preservation of
J_U the Hair. For gale. by R. WILLIAMS.
Columbia. July P. I,IP.
DE JENNY LIND, for beautifying the BR &c.
Fur pule by R. WILLIAMS.
Tills LETTER. Who will be without a beau
and hem! °I flair, when they can have one for three
sialliagel Twenty years' loss of hat; mat wonderful
Baltimore. July 17, 1 t 7
Dear Sir—The powerful effects of Jones. Coral Hair
Restorative has been so decisively demonstrated in the
cases of several respectable eitmcns of the town, who, on
account of ) our selling three shilling bottles, try it without
fear. One instance, which hos attracted particular atten
tion. is the ease of a gentleman Wilo had little or no hair
for meaty years; lie hail tried numerous preparations in
vain, and ultimately hind his head shaved stud wore a
wig. At my"recommendation. he tried the Restorative,
and after using it, according to the direction. for a short
time, the }ming haw appeared, and lie has now us fine a
head of hair as any person in Baltimore.
Yours, &c. JOHN KILVINGTON.
For sale by R. Williains. agent for Columbia.
A AIEETING of the Creditors of Augustus M.
Ihnne., of the Borough of Columbia, will be held at
D. Herr', Washington Hotel, on this (Saturday. July S.)
afternoon, at 4 o'clock, when )ou ore particularly re
quested to attend. JOHN LIST,
Columbia, July P, 1843. Ansigneo of A. M. Haines.
IS hereby given that citizens of Lancaster county
intend to make application to the Legislature of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at the next session
thereof, for the incorporation of it company tinder the
name and style, or Intended none and style of "The
Columbia. Savings Institution, - designed as an office of
drscount and deposit. with a capital not exceeding one hun
dred thousand dollars. nnd to be located in the borough of
Colombia. Lancaster county, Pa.
George Wolt; 11. B. Atkins.
Peter I foldeinan, henry I foldemon.
R. Chalfont. John A. Hook,
Peter iluldeman, Jr, D. Cranston,
R. E. Cochran, Daniel Herr.
Reuben Mullkon, Samuel Brooks,
John 1.. Wright, Philip Gossler.
Columbia, July I, 15.1.9.--Com
T HE Columbia Bank and Bridge Company in.
tend to make application to the Legislature of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at their next session.
for the renewal, extension, and continuance of the bank
ing. discounting. and other privileges they possess under
existing laws. The Company to be continued by the
name, style. and title of the Columbia Bank and Bridge
Company, in the borougl . of Columbia, in the county of
Lancaster, and state of erinsylvanin.
By order of the Board.
SAMUEL SIIOCH, Cashier.
Columbia June 24, 1648. Julyl'4B-6m
IN pursuance of the provisions of the act
titled, "An Act to prescribe the manner of giving
notice of applications for Banks," and in accordance with
the provisions of the Constitution of Pennsylvania, the
President, Directors, and Stockholders of the Lancaster
Bank, hereby give public notice, that they intend making
application to the Legislature of Pennsylvania, at the
session to commence on the first Tuesday of Janunry
next, A. D. 1e.49, for the renewal and extension of their
present Charter and Act of Incorporation, with banking
end discounting privileges, for the term of ten years from
the first Wednesday in May, A. D. IEISI. The date last
mentioned, being the time to which their present Charter
The said Corporation isto be continued by the name and
atyle of the Lancaster Bank, and with the same powers
and privileges which are now enjoyed Under its present
Charter and Act of Incorporation, and is to be located in
the City of Lancaster. The capital stock of said bunk,
as uuthorlred by law wan six hundred thousand dollars;
the amount of cnpital subscribed seas three hundred and
three thousand nnie hundred dollars; and the amount paid
in three hundred thousand and thirty dollars The legis
lature will not be asked for an increase of capital or ex
tension of privileges.
By order of the Board of BACHMAN, Directors, •
CHRIST lAN Casier.
City of Lancaster, June 2G, lilt. ju1y1,49-6ni
N 0 117.033.
AIIGUSTIJS N. Kos, Car Builder, of the 30-
Tough of Columbia, has assigned, by deed of volun
tary assignment, all hie property. real and personal, to
the subscriber for the benefit of his creditors. All per
sons indebted to the said A. M. Haines arc requested to
make immediate payment, and those having claims
against him are requested to present the same properly
authenticated for settlement, to the undersigned, residing
in the Borough of Columbia.
July 1,1.84 d.-St JOHN LIST.
A LL persons indebted to the subscriber for
Newspaper subscriptions are requested to make pay
ment to Geo. W. Schroyer, who is duly authorized to re
ceive the same and receipt therefor.
Columbia, July 1,11841 C, WESTBROOK.
TERMS OF TIE DIRECTORY.
To persons advertising in the SPY by the year, there
will be co extra charge. Subscribers can have the Spy
and their card inserted for one year by paying $1.50 in
advance, or if they have paid for the paper, 50 ets. for the
card. Those who arc not subscribers we will charge el
for inserting their card one year.
JOHN F. HOUSTON,
Attorney. Locust Street, between Front and Second Sts
Attorney. Walnut St., between Front and Second
WILLIAM S. IIIcCORIELE,
rhysteian, corner of Locust and Second street.:
T. TYRRELL, DENTIST.
Nov. 3 S 4. Walnut street, above Barr's Hotel
D. & J. WRIGHT,
Dry Goods Merchants . Locust st, 3rd door below f2tut st
FRY & SPANG.LER,
Dry Goods Merebants,Locust street, below the Bonk
Dry Goods Merchants, S. D. corner of Locust & Front at
CHA.LFANT & HALDEMAN.
Dry Goods Merchants. N. W. comer of Looms & Front, st
. r. a . . .
JOHN JORDAN k CO.
il r lull . t•• I • st IV lin
JAMES L. PRETSMAN,
Clothing Merchant. No. 42. Front street
'WILLIAM A. LEADER,
Druggist, Front Street, between Locust and Walinit Sin.
Druggist, Front st, between Locust and Walnut sic
G. L. NYERS,
!Druggist. Schrciners Row, Front street
LEWIS TREOENICK .Sr, CO.,
i Inners, Front Street, a few doors below Herr'. I
WM. TED.W.LE. HATTER,
No. 2, Schreiner's Row, Front st.
JAMES JORDAN, BOOT AND SIIOE
MatioNeturer. Locust street. opposite Haldeman'. Store
Boot and Shoe NTainnfacturer, adlowinq I 'err', I lotul
Alunufueturer, Second, between Loenqt awl Walnut a.
J. M. WATTS, BOOT AD SHOE
Manufacturer. From bt, het,* cell Igtott..t and Walnut .
Boot and Shoe Manutitcturer. Front, Lcicu• Locn , l ct
J. H. HUNTER,
Unt, Boot mid Shoe Store. N0..10. Front Ft
F. X. ZEIGLER, VItRIETY AND
Shoe-Finding Store, LocuNt atrect, above Front t ree
Voriety Store. No 41. Front st
t WM. MATH lOT,
vnr,m, Store. Front bell\ .4,1 Log:n.4 rthel Wnlnut Rt
Lumber Merchant and Master Budder. Locust street
H. SIUYDA3I, PAINTER, GLAZIER,
Paper Itanger.&e.. Second. between Cherry S, Caton ,t
MARTIN (: KELLING,
I leib Doctors, Front Street, next door to Ito) le', I
of Partnership . The firm heretofore consisting
of Geo. N. Eckert, Dome! Stine. and Jam., Myers,
trialtinr under the firm of Eckert. Stine & M)etri., has
this (21th of June, I-t.,) day berm ilmsolved by mutual
consent The firm will lierenfter rom,mt of (Mo. V.
Eckert and Daniel Stmt'. milling tinder the firm of Eckert
& Stine. GEO. N. ECKEICI'..
Colutnbin, June 21, lELIQ. Judy lb 1,-.1,1-'ll
80 1 80 !
VOU'RE Getting Bald, are Ton' Well, that
is a misfortune and not a cruse, but to remota bald,
when ho fine an opportunity niTer4 to restore
Is faithful and liberal n=e. ut inyne's Ilair Tonic. is but lit
tle short of crime. This valuable preparation excite= the
scalp to a nets , and healthy action, ClerlIMSI it from scarf
and dandruff, prevents the hair from falling Mr. cures
those eruptive diseases vu Melt often appear upon the head.
and in a majority of eases prodin.es n floe growth of new
hair. It ohm gives the hair a rich mid beatuind appear
ance. For sale at W. A. LEADER'S
.44 I. 1 , 1-11' (nd‘ten Nhirliir Drug Store.
CL. KELLING, Herb 'Doctor, late of Marietta,
Legg leave to inform Lt, friends and the public gcn•
entity. that he has removed to the 'mow ofllenly
next door to Boyles Ilmcl. Prot strict Col un Pa.
Whikt he returns In.,inceor thanks tor the cry liberal
encouragement hitherto tecct veil in the practice of lui
protession. be respectfully acquaints them dint lie con
tinues its usual the PIiACIICI: OPMEDICINE, in all its
various broaches. and will attend, either by day or night
all those who inay have occusion for hits cervices.
Columbia, July 1, 1...4.4.--11
FERE DOCTOR, Front Street, Columbia, to the
j_ SICK AND AFFI.ICTED EVERY WI 111E1:--
Every one of you ore sw called upon to ,isit the
herb Doctor—he Ittos n medicine enlled the Indian speci
fic. It in in the unman impoinnice that you should all
lake a supply with) ou to the different section of country
to which you belong. You well know what scourges
the Dysentery, Bloody Flax. Sommer Complaint, Cholera
Illorbus, Cholera linantuni. or other disorders of the
bowels are. If you desire that none should die of these
complaints: if )on wish to be a ble• sing to )our neigh
bors. to keep death out of your own wittily and thousands
of families around you—if you Gee a philanthropist,
come. I charge you, come, get the .herb Doctor's Indian
Specific. Do you mk the question, all this Medicine
cure these diseases? I tell you ealithilly,—it hits lie, er
failed ' Never! Never: lit the most hopeless, despuir-
Mg cases, after physicians hai e e•lintisted every means
known to them, tiller patients have buil wee 1.. when
there was no prospect 0111 core, and the disease laid tab en
that fearful min, consumption of the hovels: then. at
this critical period. this wonderful medicine this gill of
Hod, ions used, and health again wove obluilietl. The Ilerb
Doctor feels constrained to urge it maxi you, it you si lull
to have an easy conscience to rest upon your bell at
night. feeling you have done good, not to neglect when-
ever you visit Columbia, to still before you leave and get
this medicine. If you neglect it. coal 3011 see this disease
again making its ravages amongst yen, how ii Myra, feel!
It win collie to yOUr 11111 l 111111111. %Veil, I could hits c pre
vented this, I could have saved my child, I could have
saved my wife. You will think of thin many of you,
when you are dying.
The Herb Doctor is determined to leave no stone un
turned—to use every exertion to cure, if possible, all that
is curable, and that too by the simple Herb Medichas.—
Ile believes the day is not far distant, when the gifts of
God, the blessed healing herbs, will be more priced—
when they will be all that are looked to as medicine—
when the giver of poisons will he ashamed to show his
worse than guillotine head—when man will he more ex
empt from disease—whim his days will number at least
fourscore, and he will stand erect, of manly site. full of
nerve, a being of health; when pail faces and palsied
limbs arc nowhere to bo found.
It should be had 111 every family; every house far and
near, should have it, and Wally person, young or old, has
tiny derangement in the bowels. immediately use it. it
Is only prepared for discuses of the bowels, and fur diem
it is an absolute specific. It was among the Indians the
remedy was first discovered; from them the recipe was
obtained. It is my wish that the bills et : mortality 01101111
be considerably lessened this summer; and to aid Inc in
this good work I call upon every well-, miler. We lime
large quantities prepared. and are ready to fill nll orders
from every section. As soon as you rend this notice,
come, or it it be impossible to 1,10 so immediately. then
make a note of it in your memorandum book. anal as .0011
us convenient cull nt mARTIN &
Medical dispensary . , Front street.
Columbia, July 1, 131.-Im
COMPLAINT. This disease now prevails to an
alarming egtent, and thousands of helpless children
will be carried oil' by it unless timely relief be afforded
them. This relief may alwa) sbe had by epplyingto that
most certain and pleasant remedy. Jnyne's Carminative
Balsam. which never fails. It has frequently made cures
of Summer Complaint after physicians of the highest
standing have pronounced the child as actually in Me
struggles of death. Try
if you have any love or
compassion, or even mercy, for your helpless children
Why will you let them cite ! when a CCrl2lll remedy may
be had by calling at W. A.I.I:ADM'S Golden Mortar
Drag Store, Front street
Columbia, July 1, 14S-tf
AT PRIVATE SALE. The subscriber offers for
ONE STORY HOUSE AND LOT,
situate in Walnut street, between Front and Second
streets, and adjoining properties of Mathiot and Comp•
bell, and Robert nonillion.
Columbia, June 24,1245.—n.
A . Fresh supply of those justly celebrated
TEAS just received by
FRY & SPAN:CLEWS,
Sole Agents for Columbia.
COUCTIKCI3IA BANE AND
BUDGE CONANT, May 18,1848.
The Directors of the Columbia Dank and Loidge Com
pany, desirous of atTording to persons who axe disposed to
deposit money for definite periods, at a moderate rate ofl
interest, have determined to allow interest for the same
at the following rates, viz:
For all deposits to remain 12 months, 4 per ct. per annum. '
do do do 8 do 3 do do
do do do 3 do 2 do do
The sums so deposited to be payable without interest at
any intermediate time, at the option of the depositor.' The
interest to cease at die end of the period for which Ow'
deposit was made, unless the same llfrived for
farther period. SANTU OCII,
Jane 10, 1242.--3ns Casket..
ITALIAN Chemical Soap cures Pimples, Blotches,
Salt Rheum, Scurvy, Erysipelas, Scorch:Beads, Old
Sores. Sore Beard and Barbers Itch, Chapped and tender
Flesh. Freckles. Tan. Sunburn, and changing Dark, Sun
burnt or Yellow Skin to a pure clear white, us smooth
and soft as an infant's. And, in fact, every kind of erup
tion mid disfigurement. Read these certificates
From the N. 0. Sentinel, Oct., 1841.
One of our subscriber, Mr. If. Leonard, informs us that
he has been cared of old, scaly Salt Rheum, of eighteen
year's standing, on his head, fingers and hands. by a cake
of an article much advertised lately—we speak of Jones's
Italian Chemical Soap. He also informs us that he has
tried its effects on his female slave Rose, much marked
with sun spots. and he found in two weeks her skin much
clearer and whiter.
James Elthnrit. a planter in Jersey City, was cured of
carbuncle, and pimples, which he was afflicted with for
ninny years, by a part of a cake of Jones's Italian Chemi
Persons in purchn.ing this must always ask for Jones's
ITALIAN CHEMICAL SOAP,—and perhaps, as many
who have been cheated with the counterfeits, will he too
touch discouraged to try the genuine, we say to such, try
thin once—you will not regret it; but always see that the
'mine of T. Jones is on the Wrapper.
Sold nt 812. Chatham st., New York, and by It. WILL
IAMS, Agent for Columbia. m2118.43m
RAY Heads, Red Heads, and all with Bad Hair,
Rend! Mr. .ABRAIIAM VANDLIZBEEK, of Ja
Avenue 0.. Kew York. certifies that his head was entirely
bald on the top, and by the use of two as. bottles of Jones's
Coral Ilair Restorative, lie has a good crop of hair, and
will soon have it long and thick.
Mr. William Jackson, of ,0 Liberty street. Pittsburgh s i
Pri.„ certifies: Ott the ad of February, 1,17, that Mr,
Thomas Jackson's heed, on the top, Wars entirely bald
ler 15 years. and that by using two bottles of Jose's
Coral Bair Restorative. the hair is growing fast and thick,
:mil will coon be entirely restored.
Gray I fends! Cray Ileads ! Rest]-1 hereby certify
that rip hair nas turning gray. and that blare I have
used Joass's Coral Hair Restorative it ha. entirely ceased
aMt is growing fast. and has a fine du rk look. Before
used Coal Flair Ile.dorative I combed out hand
tolls of hair daily. W. Tom ea INN ' 92 Ring st., N. Y.
Mr. Power. a grocer, of Hilton ht.. ha, his lour choked
Up with dandrutT and Jones's Coral Hair Restorative
Do you want to dress, beautify. and make your hair soft
and fine. Beal—l. Henry E. Cullen, late barber on board
the steamboat South America, do certify that Jones's
Coral Hair Restorative ts the best article 1 ever used for
dressing, softening, cleansing, and keeping the hair a
long time Is order; all my customers preferred it ‘0 any
Sold only in N. York ut S 2 Chatham street : and by R.
WILLI.% MS. Agent for Columbia. 1e,21,19-dm
TONES'S Italian Chemical Soap is called by the
t) :%lediettl Bonet} of Pork, a run title and
a wonder," to Core eruption, cli.,figAirerricitt ordincolora
lIOa ol the skin.
It cure,' ;maple.. blotches. freckle;, a.ll actin], ..curvy.
Sore head, tan. sunburn, niorplicw. and II chance,. the
color 01 dark. ) ellomv or ninibliritt skin, to a fine healthy
cleaners. Vur Nale by It. WILLIA.NIS t Agent for Co
lumbia 1 efl 4 '1% 4 - n n
107.1141 S I WILE!
TlEundersigned hereby informs his friends
:aid the public generally, that he M ill supply them
NEW CRP; A.M AND ;11ILIC
direct from the Spring' Holm. and warranted to be the
real Sittio.l Puns:. It will be furnished twice a tiny. A
sluice of public patronage is ristpectfully solicited.
Jinn. CYRUS STRICKLER.
TIIE co-partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned. trading under the lines of Goodman.
Garber, h Co.. sit Pike Mills. Potter county, and Bruner,
Herber k. Co., Columbia, Pn., .Vll% dissolved by mutual
content on the third day of :Way.
All peri.ons indebted to ..niZt firms v. ill :nal, payment
at )UW1111:1111 13rmler• 111 . Ontat 1: (_;)°,1,2.”, who 00-
Iliorved to settle llie business of tln• . vt i f t".
• 1 All 1:$ liAlitil;11.
()WEN: G 1.;0011:11 . AN.
Columbia, 'Atay 3 1•31=.
!MATS AND CAPS
T EWIS TREDENICK & Co., late from Philadel-
J _, phin. dealers m HATS and C_YPS. worth! most res
pectfully beg leave to inflirin the eitirelle of Columbia
and itc vicinity, that they Loco purchased the old rind
brown Hat Manufacturing Establishment I:.mt by
.fatty VACGIIEN for Irma) )ear- next door to J. Felix's
Jra dlry Stare. Front Street, Coltunbse. I'a., where they
mend to spare tat pains and means to earry . oll the 1160,,
Imp-mess in all ate various I.ranchei. Their stock con
sits in part of line :Hole Skin. Heaver. Nutria. arid Cas
tor ii.vrs. Al-o. a splendid as.ortmein of Pearl arid
Braid Slimmer HATS of the late-t 61 , 11i0n and sty le. to
golber o nib it good ipp.oriment f (*APS of every site.
price. rind quality. New style Silk Hat, which lent have
Just received front Philadelphia, and witch eve will sell
at city prices.
With the confidence reiulting from an experience of a
number of year, with tale, of the first hatters in Philudcl
phia, will guarantee it, in saying:_ that for faeluri, cent.
mess. durability. and CHEAPNESS. we cannot be our
pu,6ed by any establishment la the 1. - nion.
LEWIS TM:M.:NICK & Co.
Columhin. June a. IP.IS
NOTICE is hereav given that the law prohibit
tug the •tetung ott of FIRE-CRACEENS, he., within
the boutit4 of the Borough of Columbia, null be strictly VII.
forced. to every instance of detect it to.
.1 ANI ES JORDAN,
Colombia, Jima. 21, IS.F.-.lt. Chief Burgess.
OF the best, the cheapest, and the most elegant
ly printed l'AquA NEWArApicR of the age.
THU HOME JOURNAL.
Edited by Geo. I'. Morris and N. P. Willis. Published
every Saturday in the City of New York, at the very
low price of TWO DOLLARS a year inn advance.
Tine first number of a new volume 01 this wide-spread,
popular. and valuable Faintly New-paper. will Inc issued
on the first day of July next The rapidly inesensing cir
culation of the Home Journal has enabled the Proprietors
to enrich its broad and ample cohnucs w inks the tree]neat
prodeetionH of n number of the Most brllliala, sparkling,
piquant, and original ‘Yrilers of the age.
Those who wish to receive the sew Volume claim
will be enabled to do so by sending thew name to the ed,
lots wilbOut delay Address MORRIS Sc. IIA
Juno In, 1133. 1117. Fallon Pt. Y.
le **.l*) , 4.7- 1 1 t
- 14EWA110. The above reward will be paid for
the apprehension and conviction of any person Who
shall Inalictously injure or destroy any of the Foos,
Wires. Caps. Classes, or other fixtures. of the COLUM
BIA AND LAIN:CASTER MAGNI:7IC TELEGRAPH
COMPANY. I3y order of the I3oard,
11 E. ATKINS,
Columbia, Tune 1.1.4 P —gime Secretary,
TEN DAYS 1.111.T.E1L.
11Y OVER MD EXPRESS, Important News from
the East. great decline in DR\ GOODS. We have
Just received a large and iendid assortment of
SUMNIEIt. GOO DS, NEW STYLES
and much below the usual prices. A splendid assortment
of DRESS GOODS, suitable for the season. Call anti ex
anunc. W. & S. PATTON.
Columbia. May 20. IS.P.—tf
EL NEW ELItIUVAL
OF READY MADE CLOTHING. JOILN 800
& Co. in returning their sincere thanks to thesciii
rens of Columbia rind the public in general for the kind
flattering patronage which, they have bestowed upon them,
would most respectfidly call their attention to the >WAN'
STOCK Or GOODS which they hove mat received, and
which cannot he beaten, 119 to quality and cheapness. as
they are determined not to be undersold in the county.
Their stock coniprires all none of garments: Superfine
BLACK DRESS AND FROCK COATS,
Habit Cloth, Cnshmerets, Tweeds, Alpaca Lustre. Croton.
Linen. plain Linen Sucks & Contoes, Riding Coats, Sexi
ness Coats in profuse variety.
Alao, a very fill(' assortment of Boys' Clothing, all of
which will be sold extremely low for cash.
rants and Vests of all Fifes and prices, from fifty cents
up to ea 00. Buyers are solicited to call whether wishing
to purchase at the time or not. They have only to oall to
They have on hand a fine assortment of Cloths, Catesi
mere.. Cashmerets ' Drillings, Summer Cloths, &e. Also,
Vest Patterns, all o f which will be made up at extremely
Also, Shirts, Shams, Suspenders, Hose, Drawers, Cra
vats, Carpet Bag., Umbrelins,Collars, Roundabouts, Over
alls, Gumelitstic Coats, Clove*, ac.
J. JORDAN & Co.
A few doors below Ilerr's Washington Hotel Front
Street Columbia. Pm.
Coluradin. May ve,le49—vr
DR. W. S. INIEVORICLE.
OFFICE --South East corner of Locust and Sec
ond street. Bonatonio Horse—with Mrs. lErwartz. 2
doors below Ids Into resideoce. April 7, 1.847.—tf
RESTORAVIVE. Jones's Coral Hair Restorative
Will FORCE the Hair to grow on the head or face. Fly
using a 3s. bottle the whiskers and beard may be cultiva
ted to any reasonable extent.
Sold only mN. York, at 82 Chatham street, and by R.
-- Anat for Columbia. . je24,44-6m
just received and for sale at the
UNION LINE WAREHOUSE,
Columbia, June to, 1513-41 Canal Basin.
CANE to the residence of the subscriber, in
We " liempfida townshiP. Lancaster county•, on the
10th mstunt. a BROWN MARE. The owner is requested
to conic forward and prove property. pay charges. and
take it away. CURISTILN STONER.
West Ilernpficld, June 20, 1919. je24,19,4t.
;I r.) .0111
TEE subscriber took up two stray Mares on
Friday, the oth inst., in the borough of Marietta. The
owner or owners are requested to come forward and
prove properly, pay charges and take them away.
June 10, ISts—ljull7 JACOB S.
WILL Itsold bl at e , ;.
privatesal or e ,
quire of WM. A. LEADER, Columbia, Pa.
Mumma, June 3, 18,1.1.
pAILISOLETS and Sunshades, Fashionable and
Plain nt reduced prices, at
M 2.0. I:?l,2—tf w. &S. PATTON'S.
JUST Received a new supply of loth single and
double Trusses, at LEAGLIt. S Golden Alortur Drug
Store, Columbia, Pa.
ASuperior article of Ray Rum, for sale at
LEADER'S Drag Store. Colmola°. Pa.
OF different shades and quality at
• %V & S. PATTON'S
OF Every description, suitable for dresses, now
opeuing ut w. Yc S PATTOY*.
May 20, 1b48.-If
AUCTION GOODS from the N. York and Phila
delphia Markets, lower titan ever &Terrell an Co
ltmanlna, at \V. h S. PATTON'S.
1/FATTING, and Window Shades, good styles and
low at W. & rarroys.
Ainy 20, 949.-ir
rr RESubscriber has just received the Spring
and Summer Fashions—direct from London, togeth
er with the New York and Philadelphia reports, nod is
thereibre preparedto make up clothing, m tip top style.
.1. %V. FISHER
Columbia, April 22,1549.
AND Cassimeres at the lowest prices, at
W. & S. PAT lON'S
AB Bacon of the best quality at
ra2' 11?-ti W. S. PATTON'S
ANGINGS, Parlor,llol, Chamber, and Ceiling
Papers and Borders, Firebords &c., of the newest
styles. always on hand at inanutheturers` 'lmes. at
J. D. & J. WRIGHT'S.
Columbia. March ^_s, lel7—t(
PRINTS. Purple Prints, one yard wide, only
coots, with a good assortment of other low priced
Calicoes at PRY Si SPANGLER'S.
POPPER and Tin Pumps---a good supply of
Pomp% always on hand, and 'nude to order, of the
.Itorteqt notice by 11. PFAIILER Y CO.
:March 11, 1,4,-ti
(I LOVES. An extensive assortment of llosieries,
at tcduced MIN', at
writ FRY t sPANGLE:rrs.
~IDSLI\S. Bleached and nb i leti xi l , le t d Muslim ;
feb10"1"-tf FRY L SPA:CULL:WS.
AND Molasses. Sovering's celebrated steam
Syrup Molasses. a delis. -us article for table use.—
AI so, new crop RONEY
feliff4.4l FRI SPANGLER'S.
LIGICT! lIIGIET ! !
VRESII Camphene or Pine, and Ethereal 011 s arc
rout wilt be constantly kept for snle by
Columbia. March 25, 1 ,. .7 1 .1..-1( Prom Street.
- MIGHT HAWKS always on hand and for sale
_L . ' by 11. PFAHLER & CO.
March 11. 220.127.116.11(
TEE SERB DOCTOR,
110 h been performing suclderful
cures, at Marietul L„mdtLT St ree t ,
Columbia, Pa, where. from the increased numbers that
flock to him for relief, he has been compelled to fit up a
commodious establishment. l'hcti. if you are sick. no
matter whin may be your disease, the Herb Doctor's Dis
pensary you can obtain the appropriate remedy. Pc;
vote rooms for consultation.
rh mat he is the only
Thc section, who derived his medical kerel.-
edge from the Herb Doetor at Philadelphia, and has stu
died his mu). celebrated "Medical Practice." The GEN
UINE Indian Medicines, which have cured so many where
every oilier remedy and every other doctor has failed,
can only be obtained at this establishment. The Herb
Doctor has practiced his system for some time, during
which he believes lie has rendered general and entire sa
tisfaction: out of the hundreds that he has treated. he has
heard of no person being injured by . his medicines. He
professes not to cure all disease, with one remedy, but
repares . rt. difleretn medicine for ench of Me numerous
rills which flesh is heir to.'—which are compounded
from roots, herbs. barks. flowers, kc.. which. while they
possess great comas.. powers, al-o strengthen the sys
tem as they remove the disense. Hence they cannot in
jure the weakest constitinton, but are good in every case.
as hundred. who have been rescued by them mom the
grave. can'testity. flaring n knowledge of several plants
unknown to any other person iii this part of the country.,
be uses no limier:A or chemical poisons ill his prepara
tions. They may be taken without regard to diet—fur
ther than the stomach directs, and will not interfere unit
the patients customary vocation. The afflicted, particu
larly those laboring under
DISEASE OF LONG STANDING.
are cordially invited to come and make a trial of these
medicines, or at least have a talk wah the Doctor. who
charges nothing for advice.
The Herb Doctor is content if he gets only the cases
that have been given up as incurable by the old school or
other doctors. for the numerous cases of this kind which
be hos cured, are sure evidences that if there be hope
'let, it Is in his medicines.
Mothers, Fathers! by the dour tie that binds you to
your little ones,' try the Herb Doctor, before giving them
To you my dear female friends, who have been neglec
ted or worse , to you who soder most. and who have not
heretofore been properly treated, I offer a remedy Putted
to your delicate constitimons, and adapted to the dieemes
to which you are liable. Within the past few year. ' ma
ny, too malty, of
. your number hare been removed from
the sphere of their affections and of their usefulness; but
do not despair, but call at the Herb Doctors Dispensary,
Front street, Columbia, where he will furnish you a mut
able remedy. if you cannot call, cnoloseTwo Dollars in
a letter, post paid, containing a statement of your situa
tion, and you will receive medicines, with fall directions.
Persons wishing attendance at their houses, will state
their residenee at the Herb Doctor's Dispensary, sleet
door west of Mr. Boyle's tavern, Front street, Columbia,
Lancaster county, Pennsylvania.
Office Hours, from 7 in the morning till 9 to tba even.
trig Closed on the evening of the Sabbrah
Columbia, June 3, IP.-IQ —lv.
WASHINGTON Gallery of Daguerreotypes, No.
234 North Second Street, N. W. corner of Callow.
hill street, Philadelphia.
The Likenesses taken and beautifully colored at this
well known establishment, for ONE, DOLLAR, are am
versally conceded to be tquar. in every respect to ANY in
the city. Pictures taken equally well in cloudy and clear
weather. A large assortment of MEDALLIONS and
LOCKETS on hand, at from e 2 to 85, including the pic
The subscribers respectfully invite the citizens of Lan.
caster county, to colt nod examine specimens of the latest
improvements in the art of Daguerreotyping, which will
be exhibited cheerfully and witlhout charge.
T. & J. C. TENNENT.
Philadelphia, July I. 1543—tim
READ this attentively. Dr. HEELER'S CORDIAL
mai CAR3IINATIV.E, for the speedy and permanent
DIARRIICEA. DYSENTERY. cuoLEßAmonuus,
SLIMMER COMPLAINT. CHOLIC, CHOLERA
INFANTLIM, FLATULENCY, At., titc.;
and for MI the derangements of the Stomach and Bowels
ET:TENs oa 1 . /FM:SANDS die anniadly from diseases of
the Stomach and Bowels. In the face of this alarming
mortality, the best impulses of our nature are enlisted in
mitigating suffering we cannot prevent. Afore than Pita
THOLSAND persons to our knoveledge were cured during
the past summer; and we unheSitatnigly say, that
nine out of every hundred are speedily cured. There is
no mistake about this fact, and ns a test of our sincerity
and assentost. as a medical mid responsible individual,
ve promise to refund the arnouutpitid in'every well au
thenticated case where it falls. Will you suffer. will you
let your little ones suffer when you have at hand a reme
dy like this..., potent in subduing disease. To doubting
ones Ire -Read what phtsiciams, the preas,and others
say DJ the Cordial.
[Extract of n letter front the Rev. Dr. Earle.]
-llnvisvillc, Ile county, August 25, 1817.
Dear Sir :—I sin nowprepured to recommend your Cor
dial from having used it with success in several instances ,•
and I ant now trying your Panacea in arose of protracted
debility. encoded with cough, apparently produced in the
young lady by her out-growiug her strength," to use a
common phrase. Yours, &c., AteanD , l.s.abs, la. D.
ll:glutei of a letter from Elienezel: Cook.)
New York City, July 20, 1847.
Dr. Reeler :Sir—l have used in my faultily all of the Cor
dial which you left with me last summer except two bot
tles which I persuaded a customer of mine to try, and
having proved very beneficial, lie has recommended it to
some of In, friends, who wish to have some of it, I there
tore wish sou ‘tould send me some by . express. Imu
satisfied from nip own experience that it is thtbest medi•
elite for children TIMETHING and Smaxma COMPLAINTS
that is offered to the public, and all that is necessary , for a
recommendation is to try it. Very respectfully,
EffENEZER Coox. 284, Grand st., cor. of Alley.
This is to Certify, that I have used Dr. Reeler's Cordial,
and have found it a valuable medicine in diarrhcsia, dys
entery and all derangemeits of the stomach and bowels,
caused by Teething. and is particularly adapted to all diet
cases of those organs caused by acid fruits or the deba
te:ling effects of season and climate.
. D. N. Atmsotr, D. D., Plum st., Phila.
Dr.Keeler's Cordial.—We would call the attention of
our renders to thin invaluable medicine, which will be
found advertised at length in our columes. As a correc•
live in cases of Diarrhoea, a disease very prevalent at the
prcsenttime, it is highly spoken of by all who have used
it. It is perfectly safe in its nature, and speak experi
mentally, when we say that it affords immediate relief.—
[Nears Saturday Gazette ofAugust 28, 1847.
Dr. Keeler's Cordial and Carminative.—This article is
advertised in another part of our paper, it is warmly re
commended by farad te, who have tried it. It is especi
ally useful among children. and has effected hundreds of
cures. The doctor is abundantly supplied I.vith testimony
upon the subject, sonic of which is very strong. The
Cordial is not n quack nostrum, but carefully prepared'
medicine, and perfectly free from any thing injurious.—
[Pennsylvanian of September 1, 1617.
Dr. Keeler.—Dear Sir—As it Is our duty to use every
hottest menus to promote the happinees of oar fellow
creatures, I take great pleasure in stating to you the ad
vantage I received from your valuable Cordial and Car
minattve. Lust autumn I was attacked with Diarrhina,
which debilitated my system very much; for nearly three
weeks I tried many remedies. hut found little or no bane
'fit, when my daughter Informed me of your Cordial. I
bought a bottle, and lied not taken but two doses before
I obtained relief. I was entirely recovered before I used
the wliplc of it: and have remained hearty over since.
Respectfully. yours, S. Bono. It. D.
Piepared and sold. wholesale and retail. N. IV. comer
of Tittrit and South et., Philadelphia. Sold wholesale by
Dr. McPherson, Harrisharg; G. W. Miller, Lancaster :
and retailed by IL WILLIAMS, Columbia, and bydrag
gists and others throiighout the country. Price 2t els. per,
bottle. IV.See pamphlets:
jai ALSO, Dr. REELED'S PANACE.I.,-the most offs-'
carious remedy yet known, for all diseases arising from t
unpurities of she of habit of the body. - .Ladling of
delicate constitutions will - f/rd it admirably adapted-to
their cases. Medicine furnishes nothing superior to it for
chronic maladies, syphilitic disorders, akin affections in
debilitated patients, attended with loss of oppenie and
imperfect digestion. Price Sl. See pamphlets for pats
oculars. For sale only by R. WILMIAMS, Agent for
Philadelphia. June 10. 1:3.19.-1y •
7ENOViT ALL MEN TWAT
- RLINNET & CO. have REMOVED from 192 Market
r3trert, to thew Mew. F.plendld, and Immense Estab-
IL,liment to be known acute
TOWER. HALI. CLOTHING BAZAAR.
No. IF.d Market Stect, between Fifth and Sixth, Pialade!
The Proprietors feel a reluctance in promulgating what
ally way might appear like the usual Itombastic ex•
aggeranon of some of the trade. but will beg leave to
quote the following nonce from one of our city papers:
"One of the greatest curiosities that our City affords to
the stranger. is 131,1NNOV & CO'S great Clothing Store,
No. Iv Market Street, between Fifth and .Sixth. which
has Leen styled " Tower I from the peculiar finish of
the front. The building is an immensa one, contammg
seven capacious rooms. all of which are stocked with et ,
ery variety of seasonable gartnents, arranged in the most
perfect order and regulanty. The proprietors take great
plenSure in showing their building and contents to the ci
ti7ellS, particularly strangers, and to those coming from
the country—use know of no place more worthy of a
WARDROBE Clothing Emporium, No, 105,
Chesnut Street, between Third end Fcturth, North
TO MERCHANTS AND OTHERS VSMTINO THE
At tlki.establi.liment may always be found a fall assort.
alma of Gent:merits Clothing, to sal: nit tastes and at such
reasonable prices as will astonish al:. 1 publish no list
of prices. but will guarantee to sell as low, if not lower
than those who make mere prctcntions. Myare
all purchased at low prices, and rirds •t2:x,Ajiglf ti fll
min be found in the cy. A A
one is free to all.
chasing elsewhere. n-• - erurPERRY R. McNEILLE,.
No. 105 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia.
. B. A large stock of piece goods on hand. Garments
made to order at the shortest notice.
Philadelphia, May 20. 1212 --data.
MOOTS AND SHOES.
NES JORDAN, Fashionable Boot and
flSho j e l maker, respectfully informs his friends and
the public. that he has opened a
BOOT AND :MOE EsTAßLierimiST,
immediately opposite Peter Haldeman's 8:orb. Scherebe is
prepared to execute all orders in his hie, with neatness
and despatch. lie feels confidentin givmg.satisfaction to
all who may favor him with a call. -Members of the 0.
U. A. M. arc respectfully invited to give him a call. .
Columbia, April t. li.-1..-ly
NTERIIILN DESTROYEL It has long been the
V study of kharinacentica to produce a preparation
avlii.h would prove a Specific for the dcetrucuon of Rats,
'titer, Roaches. and Chinces, but every effort has been
fruitless till the present. Alter much study mid experi
ments the proprietor has suceei lied in discovering a pre
parnUoll, which he guarantees prove effectual in the
enure utimilliatioll 01 the above named vermin.
For sale by W3I.A. LEADER.
May 20. Front street.
AND COPPER BUSINESS. ll..Pfahler & Co.,
thankful for past encouragement, would announce
to the citizens of Columbia and ids vicinity, that they still
continue to manufacture Tin and Copper ware of all kinds
at their old stand, in Locust street, one door north of the
Columbia Bank, and respectfully solicit a continuance of
c re P h B l l l7 l patron e.
14113 4 617 0001)13.
WM. & S. PATTON have just received a large
and fashionable stork of
BRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS:
Consistingof Ginghams, Lawns, Bareges, Linen and Al
paca Lustre., fancy Prints, tit the very lowest prices.
Plain and changeable Dress Sills, Black and Blue-
Black for Manuins, with every style of Dress Goods for
the season. Please coil and examine our stock.
Columbia. April 22, IM9—tf W. AL S. PATTON.
AM CROSS-CUT SAWS, of Roland's best. For
sale at manufactures prices, by
Apnl tat; ---tt RUMPLIZ & iir4.