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T E COLUDI:BLIN
MAGAZINE, Edited by STEPHEN N. CHESTER.
land the present editor of the Columbian observed
the usual formality,on entering upon the discharge of his
duties, he would have appeared before) ou in a new pros
pectus, gentle reader, some three months since; but re
coiling, Rabe does, from even the semblance of obtrusion,
be was fain to win the pnvtlege of your acquaintance as
arias po s sible.
woull i re ourricalipe( ly) %e,
be the first of a new volnnte; but us our subscrip
tion Is for the year, and twelve numbers make a better
proportioned book than six, we propose hereafter that our
work, in its collective form, shall be an annual.
In the high moral tone and scrupulous purity of senti
ment—the truthfulness and intelligence that pervade our
articles, we hope our most serious readers will find quali
fies to propitiate and secure their careful serenity and
permanent approbation. It is our aim to blend valuable
information and sound morality watt the gratification of a
literary andirnagiaative taste. Phases of history, illus
trations of local Interest, vivid portratures of virtuous life,
and occasional igNuisitions slid reviews. embellished
liute and titers with glittering gems of poetry. will, we
trust, continue to give value to our pages. It mull depend
upon the countenance we receive front the friends of truth
and virtue, whether this experiment in periodical litera
ture shall succeed or foil. In illicardmg pointless and
frivolous romance, we shall of course expose ourselves
to lose the patronage of the frivolous, if we are so un
toeumote as to have any such persons :unclog our present
patrons: may we not hope that new subscribers, of a
purer and better taste, will more than return to its any
losses we may thus Incur ! We are happy to announce
that in addition to the able writers who have hitherto en
tithed our pages, we are promised the invaluable aid of
others, who have not appeared before the pubbe through
such an avenue before; although upon a different arena,
they have won distinguished fever, It is our determina
tion to exclude from our pages everything repugnant to
piety, delicacy, truth, and taste. For the generous kind
ness:of the Press, iii seconding our recent etlints, by their
almost universal approbation, we return oar sincere
thanks; nor would we tt ithold theme trout the select few,
whose more acute discernment has reproved us. NVe
thank them for their notice, :mid hope to profit by their
courteous and impartial eirtneitm. With such judicious
monitors to advise us, we think we do not arrogate too
much, in pledgiug the Columbiases future excellence; se
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Prime, Paul, Adams, &c.
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trAGAZENE OF LITERATURE AND ART, Edited
by Mrs. C. M. KIRKLAND. author of ••A New
Home," Forest Life," etc., and idled with contributions
ram the most comment writers of the country. The thud
volume commencing with the July number. let..
The publishers, itt announcing the comment:einem of
another volume of the Union Magazine, cannot retrain
from calling attention to the extraordinary favor which
has followed their undertaking throughout the pact year.
The success of the Union Alugazute has been. :rem the
first start, decided and complete; c u rt it now takes us
place, by the unanimous verdict of the press, as
EXCELLED on mto OTHER AIIERICAN PERIOD/CAL !
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men; to declare ; but the favor of the American public,
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them to believe that their aims have been recognised and
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of the Union Magazine, have appeared the first sautes in
Our leterature, it has also kept a watelital eye upon
literary talent, wherever it might present it Several
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contributor.. Among those whose articles bare appear- I
cd in its pages, ILITIng the last year, we may mention the
following, all of whom are miller established favorites of
the reading public, or worthy sobecome so. Such as Mrs.
L. Maria Child. Mrs. L. H. Sigourney, ar,e as. o
Mrs. E. C.l"znbuiry, Mrs. E. 1. Ellet. Kihitli May, Mrs. C.
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Little, Mrs. S. IL Whitman, Mrs. Mary S. B. Dana, Mrs.
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Gould, Miss 11. J. Woodman, Miss Augusta Browne, Miss
Louise 0. Hunter, Miss Sumo Puidar, Miss Martha flus
eel, Miss Elizabeth Emmet. Miss Ellitibeth T. Herbert,
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I'. Willis, Park Benjamin, C. I'. Hoffman, Horace Gree
ley, J. Bayard Taylor, Edgar A. Poe,T. S. Arthur, Alfred
B. Street, 11. W. Herbert, 11. T. Tuckerman, Even A.
Duyekinek, John Brougham, John G. Saxe. Francis C.
Woodworth, Ch's Latiman, W. A. Jones, R. It. Stoddard,
J. H. Mancur, John W. Bryant, Orville Dewey, J. H. I lop
hiss, W. G. Simms, George W. Curtis. Redwood Fisher,
Rev. Ralph Hoyt, Win. Oland Bourne, Herman S. Saroni,
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will contain the first of a aeries of picturesque sketches
from her Pent entitled : Sight Seeing in Europe," which
will be continued through the other numbers of the pre
sent volume. They militant the result of her observations
of transatlantic scenery and society, and will form a very
attractive feature of the Magazine.
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Wood, from the same gifted pencil, win form, us hereto
fore, a peculiar feature of the Magazine.
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Shang-hut, China, will be given throughout tie Mira
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the curious and iatelligent.
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L MC:RAW, Agent.
140, Nnssau street, N. Y
OF pakinership, The firm heretofore consisting
of Um N. Eckert, Daniel Stine. am! James Myers,
trading under the firm of Ikkert, Stine & Myers, has
this (21th o f J une , totsj day been th.,lved by mutual
consent. The fine will hereafter eunnet uf 'Gem N.
Eckert and Daniel Stole, trading muter the twin of Eckert
& Stine. N. 11C1(1111.3',
July 1, 1,9.1..3.-at
Columbia, June 21, 1€,49.
m7/7 . 7r_cr
AT PRIVATE SAM The subscriber offers for
ONE STORY HOUSE AND LOT,
situate in Walnut street, between Front and Second
"ironwood adjoining properties of Matinot and Camp-
bell, and Robert Hamilton.
Columbia. ione _it
()V READY RADE CLOTHING. JOHN JORDAN
dr Co. in retunting their sincere thanks to the citi
zens of Columbia and the public in general for the kind
fluttering patronage which they have bestowed uponthem,
would most respectfully call their attention to the NEW
s.Tocliz OF GOODS winch they have just received, and
which cannot be beaten, as to quality and cheapness, as
they are determined not to be undersold in the county.
Their stock comprises all sorts of garments: Superfine
- - -
BLACK DRESS AND FROCK COATS,
Habit Cloth, Cashmerets, Tweeds, Alpaca Lustre, Croton,
Linen, plain Linen Seeks & Coatees, Riding Coats, Busi
ness Coats in profuse variety.
Also, a very fine assoruneut of Boys' Clothing, all of
which will be sold extremely low for cash.
Pants and Vests of all sizes and prices, from fifty cents
up to F... 1 W. Buyers arc solicited to call whether wishing
to purchase at the time or not. They have only to call to
They hare on liana a fine assOrttnent of Cloths, Canal
mere.,. Casinnereti, DrlntugS. Summer Cloths, &c. A le.o,
Vest PutternS, all of which will be made up at extremely
Also, Shirts, Shams, Suspenders, Hose. Drawers, Cra
vats, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas,Collars, Roundabouts, Over
alls, Gumelastie Coats, Gloves, &e.
J. JORDAN & Co.
A few doors below (leer's Washington Hotel Front
Street Columbia. Pa.
Columdin, Hay 20, 18.18-1
NUM- has been performing such wonderful
mires, at Marietta,has removed to FRONT Street,
Columbia, where, from the increased numbers that
Hock to him for relief, be has been compelled to fit up a
commodious establishment. Then, if you are sick, no
:natter what inay be your disease, the Ilea. Doctor's Dis
pensary you can obtain the appropriate remedy. Pri
, vote rooms toe cousuMmom
• - • . - -
The ticrh Doctor informs the public. that lie is the may
person in this section, who derived his medical knowl
edge from the Herb Doctor at Philadelphia, and has stu
died his justly celebrated "Medical Practice." The °EN
TINE Indian Medicines, which have cured so many where
every other remedy and every other doctor has failed,
ran only be obtained at this establishment. The Herb
Doctor has practiced his system (or some time, Mahn.;
which be believes he has rendered general and entire sa
tisfaction: out of the hundreds that be has treated, he has
heard of no person being injured by, his medicines. lie
, professes not to cure all disease, with our remedy, but
prepares a different medicine for each of the numerous
•• ills which flesh is heir tor—which are compounded
front roots, herbs, barks, flowers, &c., which, while they
possess great curative powers, also strengthen the sys
tem as they remove the disease. Hence they cannot in
ure Me weakest eanstitution, but are good in every case,
it, hundreds NVill) have been rescued by them from the
grave, cast testify Iluving ti knowledge of several plants
unknown lo any other person in this part of the country,
he uses no mineral or chemical poisons in leis prepura
lions. They may be taken without regard to diet—fur
ther than the stomach directs, and will nut interfere with
the patients customary vocation. 'The afflicted, particu
larly those laboring under
DISEASE OF LONG STANDING,
s - - -
are cordially invited to come and make a trial of these
medicines, or at least have a talk with the Doctor, who
charges nothing fur 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, fur the numerous cases of this kind which
he has cured, are sure evidences that it there he hope
yet, it is in his medicare,.
blothers, Fathers! by the dear tie that binds you to
your little ones, try the Herb Doctor, before giving them
u P '
'Po you my dear female friends, who have been neglec
led or worse ; to you who stiffer most, and who have not
heretofore been properly treated. I offer a remedy suited
to your delicate constitutions, and adapted to the diseases
to which you are liable. Within the past few years, ina
ny, too many, ut
. your number have been removed front
the sphere of their utfections and of their usefulness ; but
do not despair, but call at the Herb Doctors Dispensary,
Front street, Columbia, where he will furnish you a suit
able remedy. If you cannobeall, enclose Two Dollars in
a letter, post paid, containing a statement of your situa
tion, and you will receive medicines, with full directions.
Persons wishing attendance at their houses, will state
their residence at the Herb Doctor's Dispensary, next
door west of Mr. Boyle's tavern, Frolic street, Columbia,
Lancaster county, Pennsylvania.
Office Hours, trom 7 in the morning till 9 in the even
ing. Closed on the evening of the Sabbath.
Columbia, June 3, lets-Iy.
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OAUTION TO THE PUBLIC—The only genuine
lIISTAIVS BALSAM OF IVILD Cl/liftltV,"
lies the written signature of the General Agent, W. M.
,5P.};.1.11. on the out side wrapper surrounding each bottle,
this is believed to be the only article, hearing the above
title, ns eminanng from the Doctor. The virtues of Wild
Cherry, for relieving affections of the Lung, and aim all
important organ, the Liver, has long enjoyed the confi
dence of domestic practice.
City at Philadelphia, M Spear, of the city
of Philadelphia, bung dilly sworn according to law, de
poses and says that he is in the possession of the original
recipe for preparing a Balsam of Wild Cherry, 11.ffee
uons of the Lungs, NVIIICII wits given to him by Dr. Wi.tar,
a regularly educated Physician. and that he believes it to
be the only one in possession of uny person except the
said Dr. Wistnr himself. W. M. SPLIAR
Sworn sod snbat;ribed before me, and city seal affixed,
on the first day ot .Novennier. A. D. 1517.
(L.Bl Jtirt:g SWIFT, Mayor.
A copyright for the Balsam is secured.
Absurd as it may appear in the face of the above undo-
niable proof. an individual from Boston, Mass., recently
applied to the Untied States District Court of Pennsylva
nia for an injunction on the General Agent for the United
States and the British Pray/tires. to prevent said Agent
from selling the only genuine Dr \Vtstar'a Balsam of
Wild Cherry. (mid individual chinning the right.) Ot
course the Don. Judge of said Court promptly refused it.
The Balsam is not one of the quack nostrums of the day,
claiming to cure permits whose cuses are beyond the reach
of medicine, (or restoring others to life ,) tt only claims,
and has proved in thousands of cases, to he the first, most
efficacious, and only genuine preparation of Wild Cherry
of the nineteenth century, for affections of the Lungs,
laver, and Kidneys, frequently terminating ui consump.
tion, ever adored to the public.
A liberal discount to druggists and country dealers.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.--I have thin day appointed
I'. W. nvorr B. SONS, No. 132, North Second street,
Philadelphia, Wholesale Furnishing Agents tor the (only
genuine) DR. \vit.:TAit's BALSAM Or WILD CHER
RY. for the follow mg States, via : New York. New Lag- .
land States. New Jersey. Delaware, Maryland, District ot
Columbia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolum, and
Also. for the Interior of Pennsylvania. All orders for
the Balsam will hereafter be addressed to them.
Also for sale, wholesale and retail, by WILLIA.3I M.
SPCA It. No. 113, Vine street. below Fifth street, Philadel
plus, General Agent tor the United States amid the British
Pros inees, for the (only genuine) Dr. Wlstar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry. WM. 31 SPEAR
Philadelplna, March 27,
,•mzENTS,—J & W. Penfuld & Co .. New York; A. Mc-
Clure av Co., Dr. liernek Co Albany, Y ; John
Prescott. 'tr., N.V.; Charles Dyer. Jr, Providence, R.
I.; Redding & to. Mrs E Kidder, Boston, Mass. • James
Green, D Scott, Jr. rs. Co., Worcester, !Sloss ; &J.
Brea er, SPrthghL Mans., (1 w. welsh. & Co., Hart
toed. Ct.; J. Otsh &Co , Lancaster. Pa. : A. Morrill&
Co , and Dr. A. 11. Baramr, York, Pa ; Ite,nolds & Co
Lecksville, N. C ; Joliti 1. Kidwell, Georgetown, D
Alex. Duval, Richmond, V 5 ; W A. LIADEII, Columbia,
Price SI per bottle; six bottles for $5 Ap1.748-14:
SALAMANDER, Fire and Thiel Proof Iron Mesh,
Warranted equalto any other twilte, and have never
beers injured by Fire or Burglars. fo asingle Instant,. He
also keeps on hand a full supply at Common Chests,
made of lighter iron, nt lower prices
Letter Copying Presses and BooLs
Trucks for Steles, Factories, &e.
Eagle tilos. Paper.
Portable Shower Rallis, Ac.
Packing Levers, Hoisting Machine..
Refrigerators and Wales Filters
61 South Second St., below Chesnut. Philadelphia.
B R t E e F r, RIG i E RanTOlR S
r to c r
le co ol n i t n e g
d m e i d d
fore scerlv in in ay pur
WATER FILTEILS.—OIiver Evans' Celebrated Wa
ter Fate= for Purifying Water that is brackish or mud
dy, whether by rams, mineraloo, or otherwise can be had
of all sores and prices, at the Warerooms, No. M South
Second Street, two doors below Chesnut St., Philad.
AFresh supply of those justly celebrated
ATEA S Ju=t recelved
PRY & SPANNLER'S,
Soft Agents for Colombo.
THE HERE DOCTOR.,
• ••••••••7.::-- -
IN PRIES of DrT Conde. Who are to be benefited
by this remarkab le change? THE PEOPLE! Why?
Let them call at the BEE ILIVE STORE, North Queen
street, and see; here they can buy as much for SI. 00, as
they a short lime nyu would have had to pay Sd 00 for.
This then is a radical change for the express-benefit of
the ;people. Let them call early and see the LARGE
LOTS of cheap and beauuful Goods just opening: for
Revelations naw-a-days arc remarkable far their brevity.
Splendid Lawns, last colors. 1:4 cents
:SO inch Mustins, heavy aatifine, Gi cents
AIUS DU LANES:
A good article of Plain Modes and Elk. only 12.1. cents
A good article, Highly Cainelcon.
MOURNING DRESS GOODS
Ladies can be supplied with every article for mourning.
Good plain 131 k. Chintzes, only 121 cents
do do Lawns, 12.1, 18, and 25 cents
Mazatlans,l3areges and Silk Tissues.
Lisle thread, Silk and Kid; Misses Gloves in vanety,
At THE BEE IliVry CILS.S. B. AVENTZ &
GINIGHAMS :—.lnst opened, 4 eases of - splendid French.
Scotch, and English Dress Gingliains, liew patterns and
very el; cap—at THE BEE HIVE, North queen street
LA DI ES' SU:II3IEn DRESSES
The greatest variety of the itio,t splendid styles, just
received—among the newest styles are:
Mazatlans, - - - Magnificent.
Zephry 'Fugues, - - - Lovely.
&c., &c., perfectly eshau.stless, at the
BEE HIVE, North Queen Street,
cans. 1 WENTZ & BRO.
Just opening, the newest styles for Spring and Summer.
the greatest variety ever seen in Lancaster. Great care
has been taken in the selection of styles and colors. at the
ENIBROIDEIi I ES
French n. W imee Capes.
do de, do Collar,
do do do Edging and loacriing
Embroidered Seem "Austim.for ()reset,.
At the Nurtit st
Lnucaster. April 15. It,l-.1.-1(
J DRUGS AND MEDICINES. The subscriber
It sincerely returns thanks for the very liberal en.
eourageinent lie has received, and Clatters huuself
that by strict attention to bunnesi, to couttnue to merit a
share or : public patronage. Ilis stock of Drugs and Mesh,
canes is or the very best selection. and as complete us any
in the place. llts variety of goods In •onnaanon with
the Drug Business is very extensive. The tollowttig list
includes only a small part of his stock :
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAThNT MEDICINES,
Paints and Oils, ready mixed Paints, Camphene or Pine
Oil, Ethereal Oil, Dye Studs, Window Glass, Putty, Shop
Furniture Bottles, Porter Bottles, Vials—a full assortment
—Perfumery, Colognes. Flortda Water. Bay Rum. Po
made Philocome, Beet Marrow, Antique ua, Extracts (or
the Handkerchief, Toilet Powder, Pearl Powder, Bair
Dyes, Depilatory Power, Pomade Devine. Highly Per
fumed Soaps of every kind, Medicated Soaps, Jones's
Chenocal Dalton, Ilattle's Nymph, 'loosen's Circassian,
Radway's Chinese Hair Restoratives, Iluule's eau
Lostral. Jayne's Tome, Jones's Coral, Old reges , s Balm of
Columbia, flair Curling Liil i.l, Robes s Mouth Aromas,
Lip Salve, Bandohne, &c.
STEEL BEADS, RINGS AND TASSELS,
Rings, Tassels, Clasps, Silk Twist, Steel Purses and
Bags. Also. a general variety of other Purses, Crochet,
nooks, and Patera Books.
N. B.—Tlie subscriber has also a large assortment of
Comstock & Co's nod Comstock & Tyler's Patent Medi
cines on hand whie:t he obtained directly from the pro
prietors for CASH, which will enable him to sell them
from SO to 50 per cent. lower than their agents—warrant
ed genutue. R. WILLIAMS,
Columbia, March 05, 1-3-IS—tf Front Street.
DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!!
latWM. A. LEADER, WHOLESALE 'and RETAIL
DRUGGIST, would respectfully amoral hts !mater
nu; friends of Columbia and its vicinity that he
has just returned from New York and Philadelphia with
a splendid assortment or all articles halal:ging to the
DRUG Ia:SINES . , :
DRUGS. MEDICINES. PATENT MEDICINES. PER-
- . . . .
UMERY,Toll.rrs. FANCY Su CAPS, PAINTS,
OILS, GLASS, MT STUFFS, Le.. &e
Ti)getiter With a superior lot and ,tyle limit and
CLOPHE BRUSHES that took the Medal in the Me
chanic's Institute of New York
Also a constant supply of Cumpliene and Bethereal Oil
Lamps, with a fresh and rood Material to blllll 111 ahem
Country Alec 0111111,, Druggists, Physicians, Bakers,
More Keepers, Fullers, Dyer, and dealers togeneral will
Gnd it to their wfvantage to call at the (iOI.DEN MOR
TAR DRUG r?roitn. Culwittna, before purchasing eke
where. WM. A. LEADER.
DB.. DRAIT.E'S PANACEA,
rfillE only radical cure for Consumption !I It
_L also removes and permanently cures all diseases
arising (rani MI impure state of the blood, viz:
Scrofula or King's Evil, Rheumatism. Obstinate Cuta
neous Eruptions, Pimples or Postales on the face,
Blotches. 1311 CA, Chrome Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or To
ter, Scald [lead, Enlargement and Pam of the Bones and
Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Symptoms, Scum= or
Lumbago, Diseases arising from lin titjtiriuttkt u,o of Mer
cury, Dropsy, ure Expos or imprudence in lite. Also,
Chronic Constriutionnt Disorders,
In this medicine several innocent but very potent uni
ties of the vegetable kingdom are united, Riming a com
pound entirely different in its character and properties Irian
any other preparation, and unrivalled in its operation va
the system when laboring under disease It should be 111
the hands of every p.,rson, who by business, or general
course of life, is predisposed to the very many ailments
thin render life a curse, instead of a blessing, and so open
result in death.
The following testimony is from as able practitioner of
this city :
PHILADELPHIA, December 14, 1517
Dear Sic t—ln reply to your question respecting the Ilse
of Dr Drake's Panacea. I will say that although a perfect
disbeliever in the existence of a Panacea. or cure tor 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
was led to try your medwine in two very inveterate easee.
They were pronounced by the attending physicians to be
PULMONARY Cintsemmtnox, and abandoned by them as in
curable. Olio of the persons had been under the treat
ment of several very able prat:moonier', fur a number of
years, and they said she had old fashioned Consumption
combatted with Scrottila," and that she might linger fur
sometime, but could not be permanently relieved. In both
cases the ef f ect of the Panacea has been most gratifying.
Only four or live bottles were 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 fa
miliar as I am with Consumption by inheritance mid by
extensive observation us a study, and knowing also the
injurious effects in note cases out of ten of tar, boneset,
and other vegetable tonics, as well as of ninny of the ex
pectorants mid sedatives. I should never have recommend
ed the use of Drake's Panacea if I had not beet, acquaint
ed with the ingredients. Suffice it to say three are re
commended by our most popular and scientific physi
cians, and in their present combined state, form probably
the best alterative that has ever been made. The cure is
in accordance with it theory ot Consumption broached in
France a few years ago, by one of her most Liniment
writers on medicme, anti now established by facts which
, udmo of no dispute. Very Respectfully Yours
L C. GUNN, Corner Chest and Path at.
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA
Astonishing cure of Liver Complaint and Dyspesia, tin
connection, with General De pu b i lty . o i l i tl nA tet :t y l i a to r t c e b s);:e i m m i a
Messrs. : Storrs k Co —Gentlemen :—My wife has been
for several years aillicted 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 punt, invariably after eating or dintkoig ; so
much so as to deprave her of all satisfaction tit attempting
to eat, even if she hod a desire for food. which was not
ottea the case, as tier appetite was completely gone. A
friend persuaded her to give DR- DRAKE'S PANACEA
a 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 at She has taken three bottles
sauce, and is greatly benefitted. She has now a good ap
petite, and eat, eat her meals with 'satisfaction. The
pain, and sick stomach have entirely left her, and we feel
confident that the Panacea has affected a comple cur e of
her difficulties, and would recommend to all who are af
flicted us she has been to try Dr. Drake's Panacea.
WILLIAM ASIIM AN,
No. 33.1, North Third Street.
The above are but n 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 in power. Its
reputation has increased since its introduction to a degree
hitherto unknown in all medical discoveries.
With the firm conviction that 110 other remedy. so called,
of the present age, is equal ;to this ' and that the theory
upon which it is compounded is too firmly established to
be overthrown, the :proprietors solicit a tnal of Dr.
Drake's Panacea. willing to stand or fall upon its own
merits, well satisfied it will sustain the reputation it has
(p-CAL PION.—The genuine DR. DRAKE'S PANA•
CEA is put up 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 .17. Co , Druggists, No, 21 North
Sixth Street. Phila.
Aorms.—R. Columlna ; Ilcmiu6 A. Son
Lancaster; C. A. Morn. & Co, York
April 35, y
aENTLEMEN Visiting the City, and wishing to
supply thr.tatelves vntia _
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE
IA'tII find a
LARGE, COMPLETE, AND CHOICE
At the lowest possible prices, for
Manufactured of the beet and lawn durable materials, and
of the latent and most approved styles and patents, for
Men and Boys, of
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THOUSANDS "Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills.
Scarcely have ten short years elapsed SUM.: all
humble attempt was made to combine, in a suitable medi
cal preparation, a few of the herbs of the Indian. All seas
dark at the nine as to the result. The most that could be
estimated was, that the principles adopted as the basis to
build upon were sound. So mucll reliance was placed
upon calomel and the lancet, that the ill success of the
new cfspertment would have tended to confirm that reli
ance, tt lulu it shook the purpose of the proprietor.
Nose, however, all doubt and difficulty is at am end,—
Everywhere this medicine lint berm greeted with wel
come ; everywhere bus Its use been attended with the
itios.t gratifying sticecis. From quail begninings its sales
arc lions' rosined
and it is held in higher eStilllalloll at :the present nine
than whet, it was originally intro/Awed,
Fevers, like every oilier form of disease, arc only an
effort of nature to expel from the body something that in
opposed to health ; tt is merely a struggle between the
good and bad humors for supremacy, and the commotion
which ensues is called Fever. The usual symptoms of
I , CVer ure heaviness languor, anxiety, sighing and yawn
ing, with alternate his of cold and beat, after which the
patient complains of pain in the head and buck, thirst, dif
ficulty of breathing, pain in the limbs. a WIISC of tallness
about the region of the stomach, nausea and sickness,
with sometimes a counting of bilious matter.
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills will be found peculiar
ly adapted to the ettreinf ALL KINDS or FEVER, because
they not only thoroughly cleanse the stomach and bowels
from all bilious humors, but they open those excretory
vessels which empty into 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 lIITOVeII into the bONVCIS, irom whence n is car
ried out by the regular alvine discharges.
In using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills for Fevers,
the only care necessary is, to have the medicine operate
COPIOUSLY BY THE BOWELS. If the symptoms are
urgent, from four to eight pills should lie taken, night and
mornilmitil the fever has subsided • niter which smaller
will doses, in twenty-four hours, ill be sufficient to re
store the nod' to a SOUIId state of health.
Tim following highly iespectable Storekeepers have
been duly appointed agentb tor the sale of this Celebrated
inedicine. in Lancaster county:
Bearville, Ream. \Vcidler.
Bainbridge, John F. Beecher.
Bird-in-Hand, Jacob Bruner.
Bart Township, Wm. W. Pm,niore. •
Belleview, lingers 4: Kennedy.
Conestoga Centre, John li. Harman
Church 'town, L. & E. Rogers.
Columbia, Pry k i,pongler.
Cherry 11111. Isaac. S. Webster.
Drinitore, John A. Boyd.
Earl Townxhip, t;enrge DI/M1111:111
to do Weaver & Stantl,:r
do do Davi.,
Elitabetlitown, Julin Lynch.
Ephrata, Q. 1' Greets.
du Martin Weidman
ninon Douse, Vottoo ti, . I. P
Winnfield. Rings alt & Marini
Interrourse. J. S. 1., Rubin-cm.
Leaeock twnidtip. Pred , riek Swope
Lointieter Square.,) & U 11. Ile, r
Nathaniel S. 'Volley.
Lancaster, John Zimmerman.
Mount Joy, Vitmer A
Marietta. W. A. & 14. Spoite,ler
Mount Joy Town.liap. 11 Li Clark A Co
31a> town. John Reinhold.
do Slayiniiker & Co
Mount Pleasant. Samuel /fernier
Mill Creek. Beni.) Stantrer.
New llunand. Brubaker & Co
New Provident,. Iltl,l,•hroniti &
l'oplal (4.v. F. 11. niX.Oll.
Peach Bottom, S. W. I'. 11..30.
Paroth-c, A. It. 4. A. L. \ \ 'inner
Peach Bottom. Wm Arnold.
llowlinsville. John Itowlins.
Sole I lothur. John Herr 4. Son.
Striisliorg, Wiir Spencer.
salstairy, It Freeland.
\Vashingion, John A. Brush.
lb - Offices devoted exclusively to the sole of Wrielit's
Indian Vegetable Pills. whole.tite and retail, 115 Rae.,
pnitn.h.ipin n ; Greenwich etrent, New York;
and 194 Tremont e tloo,loll.
IS'.—hills l 9
}TOW many die a most horrible death without
the couple cause being suspected. Some linger for
years. as they suppose. trunl dtspsgsst.t, when it is worms,
which causes roost diseases. There has come under
our notice:several cases of supposed demepsta, of several
years' standing, When we have recommended the Syrup,
which entirely restored then to health. We would
say to A TJIII'S when they arc afflicted with Sour Stomach,
Sick Head Ache, Fits, a frequent deceive to make Stools,
Leanness, Bloated Stomach, Nervousness, Sickness after
eating, *CIO:LT.1011 of rising m the throat after eating =
be assured tt is simply worms, and it needs but a trial of
1101WASACIVS WOlO.l SYRUP
to satisfy you at is so. and if you have any of the above
symptoms and the Syrup fulls to cure. the agent will re•
Lund the money. 1 . 0 PARENTS we would say, that the
greatest sin you are convicted of, is to let your catkin:a
sutler and die, when there is a simple pleasant Vegetable
remedy at hand. It is said by our oldest Physicians, that
Worms cause more deaths yearly, than all the other dis
eases the human family are subject to. Then, how im
portant it is to have a safe and pleasant remedy at hand.
Parents, when your children have sore or inflamed eyes.
you may rest satisfied that it is caused by worms. and
you will do well to call on the storekeepers of your
neighborhood and get a Hook of llobensack's. containing
certificates of cures and the symptoms of worms. Al
ways keep a Bottle of I lobensuck's Worm Syrup on hand,
tt is a friend in need.
READ ! 'READ ON!! READ ON!!!
MEMSIN iioßENSACK—Gentlemen I take great pleasure
in informing yon of the great efficacy of your Worm Sy
rap; having been afflicted for five years, and %rusted
away to a mere skeleton, without recteving any bench.
from various medicines, I was induced by Jesse Roberts
to try your Worm Syrup, as he informed me Alm] brought
worms front lum ; also, of Squire A. Tomlinson, of Bucks
county, a man over flay years old, whom I am well cc
gummed With. I then commenced taking your Syrup,
and it brought a very large quantity of wonici, some feu
inches in length, and entirely restored me to health, and,
I must my I feel like a new man.
Yours. truly, JOHN HART, Plid'a co.
Mr. J. Hart is a gentleman %luny -three years of age,
living five miles out of the ray, nick of Second at. road
and is only one amongst the hundred grown persons Ms,
have been saved by 110BEN8Ae1i'S WORMS YRCP.
I have been looking for some of your Worm Syrup
for sonic tune ; I have sold nil but one bottle ; I wish you
to send the two dozen immediately. I believe at to be a
good medicine ; I have seen it tried to my satisfaction.
I have known one dose to bring from a child three worms,
ten inches long, and front another twenty worms, eight
Inches long in one day.. I have sold different Worm Me
dictates for a number of years, but never sold any that
gave such universal mustaction.
Respecublly, yours, WM. BROOKFIELD,
Bridgeton, New Jersey
PHILADKLPIIIA I Nay 26,1641.
Ni,„. J. N. & G. S. llobensack—Gentlemen—/ have
been fiir some time using your " Vermifumin in my pram
tide, and I am happy to say that in my hands it has sue
ceedod in its intention, so as fully to justify my confidence
in its use. I think it among the very best preparations in
use. W. APPLE-ma, m. D., No. 48, South st,
Prepared only by T. N. & G. S. fronE.NsActc, 2,1
and Coates street, Philadelphia, and for sale by all re
spetable Storekeepers in this and adjoining counties,
whom we authorize to give buck the money in every case
it fails to give Wm - nation. Price Pa" cents.
Also Hobenssck'a Hyena Tooth Ache Drops. Price
in cents, a certain cure for Tooth Ache.
Hobensack's Rheumatic Liniment. Price 25 cents.
do Careen Salve. Pnce in cents, for weak
backs, sprains, fresh and old sores. burns. etc.
• Hobensack's Tetter and Ringworm Ointment. Price
25 cents, warranted to cure all irruptions of the skin—
for sale as above.
Philadelphia Slav I=l.
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA. This
Extract is put up is QUART BOTTLES—it is six times
cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior to any sold.
It cures diseases without vomiting t purging, sickness, or
debilitating the patient, and is particularly adapted for a
FALL AND WINTER MEDICINE.
The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla,
nver all other remedies is, whilst it eradicates
disease, it invigorates the body.
CLEANSE AND STRENGTHEN.
CONSUMPTION CAN HE CURED.
Bronchitis, Consumption, Liver Complain!, Colds, Coughs,
Catarit,. Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Soreness in the
Chest, Hectic Flush, Night Sweats, Difficult or Profuse
Eitpectoration, and Pam its the Side, Sic., have and can
Probably there never was a remedy that has been on
successful in desperate cases of consumption us this ; it
cleanses and strengthens the system, and appears to heal
the ulcers on the lungs, and the patients gradually regain
their usual health and strength.
CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.
There is scarcely a day passes but there are a number
of cases of Consumption reported as cured by the use of
Ur. Townsend's Sarsaparilla. The following was recently
Dr. Townsend—Dear Sir :—For the last three years I
have been afflicted with general debility, and nervous con
sumption of the last stage, and did not expect to ever gain
my health at all. After going through a course of medi
cate under the care of sonic of the most distinguished re
gular physicians and members of the Board of Health in
New York and elsewhere t and spending tnost of my earn
ings, in attempting to regain any health, and after reading
tit some paper of your Sarsaparilla, I resolved to try it.—
After using six bottles I found n done me great good and
called to see you at your office; with your advice I kept
on, and do most heartily thank you for your advice. I per
severed in taking the Sarsaparilla, and have been able to
attend to my usual labors for the last four months, tad
hope by the blessing of God and your Sarsaparilla to coa
ti:Me my health. B. helped me beyond the expectations
of all who knew my case. • CUARLas Qeixay.
Orange, Essex Co., N. J., August 2, 1647.
State of New Jersey, Essex County, ss
Charles Quimby being duly sworn according to law, on
his oath moth, that the tore going statement is true accord
lag to the best of las knowledge and belief.
Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, the 3rd
August, 1i:17 CYRUS BALDWIN,
Justice of the Pence:
!lead die fullowiag and say that Consumption is Inca
rabic: if you can :
New York, April 27, 1847.
Dr. Townsend—l verily believe that your Sarsaparilla
has been the means, through Providence, of Saving my
life. I have for several years had a bad cough. It be
came worse and worse. At last I raised large quantities
of blood, haul night sweats, and was greatly debilitated
and reduced, and did not expect to live. I have only used
your Sarsaparilla but a spurt time, and there has u won
derful change been wrought in me. I tan mow able to
walk all over the city. I raise no blood, and toy cough
has lett me. You can well imagine that lam thankful
for these results Your obedient servant. -
Very l'ew families indeed—in 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 Iwo children cured by
your Sarsaparilla of the summer complaint and dysentery;
one seas 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 we must lose then., we
resolved to try }our Sarsaparilla we had heard so much
of, hrut had but little confidence, there being so much
stud' advertised that is worthless; but we are very thank
ful that we did, for it undoubtedly saved the lives of both.
I write this that others may be induced to use it.
Yours. respectfully, Jolty WiLsoN,NE.
Myrtle-Avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. 131c17.
- - .
Seines Cummings, one of the assionets in the Le
mine iviyloin, Itlackwehl'e Island, by the gent/eznansjicil:
en of in the iollowing letter
This is only one of more than four thousand cases of
rheumatism that Dr. Townswend's Sarsaparilla has
cured. The most severe and chronic cases are weekly
eradicated by itsextraordinary virtues :
Bbnctitvia.t.'s ISLA.ND, Sept. 14, 1E47.
Dn. TowNscsu—Dear Sir: I have stufered terribly fur
nine years with rheumatism; considerable of the time
could not PM, sleep or work; I bud the most distressing
rm.*, mad my omm. mrrahly 1 imvc tmml
Jour bottles at y our .annparilla, and they have dont me
store than one thousand dollars' worth of good—l am so
mach better. indeed, I ant entirely relieved. Ton arc at
liberty to use this or the benefit of the afflicted.
TO TUE LADIES.
DR ToWNSIIN IYS t•I•AItSAPARII.LA. is a favorite of
the Ladies. It relieves theft of a great amount of suffer
ing. mulgives them fine complexions.and buoyant spirits.
Mrs Parker kindly sent us the following:
SOUTH /31100KLYN, Aug., 17,1917.
Dn TowNsaNn—Sir t It gives me pleasure to testify to
the beneficial etfects I have experienced trona the use of
your Sarsaparilla. My system WEIS very touch reduced
by nervousness anal gencrul debility, and with a variety of
minute eomplanits. I read your advertisement, and wns
induced to to the efiect of your remedy. It restored roc
to n better state of health, I had not enjoyed for several
years previous to taking it; and I do most cheerful); re
commend n us a valuable medicine to all who are afflicted
as I have been.
Mn s. Pstutztn, Baltic st., Muth Brooklyn
Ti, following is from u very respectable farmer resid
ing at tleiliillisteltd
hat. TIM" Nel,a—Danr Sir: My wife has been suffering
no severely :tom the Dyspepsia and general derangement
or the cystein, that sve supposed she must die. The Pies..
sit-taus could rot resist the disease, and she would have
died beyond doubt a we had not given her your Sarsupa
vita. It has eared tier lire et:Manly. She is almost en
tirely relieved, and is gaining strength and health. She
still °aflutter:4 the It, of it.
Yours, respectililly, ELIZA ABRAM..
NEW YORK, SEPT. 9, 1847.
DR Towvsi:No i—Dear Sir—l am constrained, as an
act of justice, to publicly acknowledge the great benefits
received from the use of your Sarsaparilla, being in town
about two years since in a very weak and debilitated
state. My disease. was a chronic inflammation of the li
ver and stomach, and, no many thought consumption; I
was so reduced LIMI I had very little hope of recovery.
nearing and reading considerably of the effects of your
medicate, I resolved tot ry a. though I entertained a preju
dice riguin.t advertised remedies. I hod token the Medi
cine taut a short time. and began to recover gradually and
continued to get better, and am now well. Indeed I ant
on much improved that nty friends scarcely recognized me
when I returned to the city. You ore tot liberty to publish
this if you think it will extend the use of your excellent
One thousand or me additional agencies, for the stde
of Dr Townsend's Sarsupanlla, will be established in
such places where an agency to not already appointed, in
the States cif Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Ma.
ryland, Virginia, and other Southern and Western States.
The terms of agency to be complied with will be us fol
lows; Not more then one person will have the appoint
ment tit a place, who %mil be advertised as such an one
or Inure papers published at such place, or the nearest
paper to the place. The will also be furnmhed with el
and handbills setting forth the virtues of the medicine,
with Mom names printed us the Agents, for eireuhition.
A list of till such names will be regularly publishein
DYO'l - 1"1 ORACLE OF HEALTH; copies ot all s uch
will be furnished them for circulation gratis, wan splen
did snowballs of Dr- Townsend's entire establtsl nit
For all these advantages. the payment fur a supply of
the Sersupirllu will be requir e d when ordered, and at any
time when the Agency is relinquished, if any of the Med
icare should wawa unsold, it will be taken buck at the
price paid for at.
Persons who may wish the sale of this valuable mein
tine on tine terms aline., specified, will address, by letter,
Or apply at the Principal office arid sole agency of
T. W. DYOTT & SONS IM ,
North Second street. Phila.
And at the Snails time they will mention the names of
any newspapers published itt or ricer the place in which j
N. D. Wtth the above advantages, the price of:the
Sarsaparilla will be sa per dozen• packed in boxes of 1.1
doz. each—less alias a box will not be unlashed.
Principal Office, Itlti Fulton Street, New Yolk.
Sole agents fur Philadelphia. Dr. 'l'. W. DVOTT
SONS, Columbian College, i'xt North SECOND street ;
also for sale by Frederick Brown. conierof Chestnut and
Fah streets ; Lancaster, Dennis!' and Son : Wilmington
Edward ; York, Morris ,k. Co.; Carlisle, S. El
liott ; Harrisburg. Dr. McPherson; S S. Hance, Balti
more; and by the principal Druggists throughout the Uni
ted States, West Indies and Canada.
None genuine, unless put up hi large square bottles,
which contain a quart. and Signed with the written sig
nature of S. P. Townsend, and his name blown on the
be i B —Persons inqug for this medicine should not
nduced to take any other. Druggists put up Sarsapa
raises, and of course prefer selling their own others have
purchased that put up in Mall bottles, and because they
make a greater profit, recommend them. Do not be de
ceived by any—inquire for Dr. Towndsend's and take no
!eV - Remember the genuine r Townsend's Sarsaparilla,'
sold on by the Sole Aagentsb T. W. DYOTT & SONS
N 0.132 North Second Street, Phila.
Each bottle is always enveloped or accompanied with
a copy of -Dyott's Oracle of Health.
NV. A. LEADER. Anent for Columbia
- FOR SALE at the sign of the " Red Curtain,"
ju Fourth and Market Street, Philadelphia.
CAKES :—Fruit, Sponge, Pound, Iced, Smeed, Queen
Cakes, Scotch Cakes, Lemon Cakes, Short Cakes, Cheese
Cakes, Rusk, Apples, Jumbles, Spice Nuts, and Ginger
PlES:—Strawberry Hurtleberry, Blackberry, Currant,
Cherry, Plum, Cranberry, Egg Custard, Cheese Custard,
Apple, Peach, Mince, and Rl,euberb Pies pouring in hot
from the oven at nil hours of the clay.
CHEESE:—Timothy Jackson's Ne Plus Vitra Medal
Cheese, (very supertord Pine Apple Cheese, and a great
variety of other Cheese, both new anti old.
N. 13. Rome of the Cheese sold at this establishment is
equal to the best Cheese.
11:7 - TEMPERANCE DRlNKS—ahvays cold—Ron
:Mineral Water, Lemonade, Beer, Mead, Milk, &c.
Philadelphia, June 1%1818.-8m
YSUFFER. Thousands of bottles of the
AMERICAN COMPOUND have been sold during
the past year, and was never known to fail of curing, in
a few days, the worst cases of a certain delicate disease,
Sitninal weakness nod all diseases of the Urinary organs.
Persons afflicted using this pleasant and popular remedy,
need that no exposure, as it leaves no oder on the breath,
requires no restrictions in diet or business--contains no.
Mercury or noxious drugs injurious to the system, and is
adapted to every age, sex, or condition. It is also the
best remedy known for Flour Albll3, or Whites, (female
complaints) with which thousands suffer, without the
knowledge of a remedy. This celebrated remedy has
long lice,. used in the private practice of a physician with
unerring success, radically curing ninety-nine of the hun
dred cases in a few days. Around each bottle arc plant
and full directions.
10—CAUTION—Ask (or the AitimucA:gromeommt, and
purchase only or the agent. Price $1 per bottle: B.
Wuxi/am agent for Columbia.
June 3, IslB.—ly
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and lives of the Heroes of the War of Independence,
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"A well connected History of that eventful period."—
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Revolution and its Heroes, that tins yet been given to the
country "—(Saturday Evening Post.
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the most liberal inducements will be offered. Price only
S 3. Address (post Puld4 NAT. A. LEERY,
No. 15S, North Second st., Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, June 3,1.84.3.-3 mo.
( - lAN save front 15 to 25 per cent. by purchas
ing their OIL CLOTHS direct from the maaufactu-
POTTER & CARMICHAEL have opened a Ware
house, No. MS North Third Street above Race, second
door South of the Eagle Hotel, PIIILADELPLIA, where
they will always keep on hand a complete assortment of
PATENT ELASTIC CARRIAGE OIL CLOTHS,
2S 36, 40, 46, 40, and 54, inches wide. Figured, Painted,
and Plain, on the inside, on Muslin Drilling and Linen
TABLE On. Currns of the most desirable patterns, 36,40,
46, and 54 inches wide. FLOOR Om Crorns, from 28 in
ches to St Met wide well seasoned, and the RCWCRt style
of patterns, all of their own manufacture. Transparent
Window Shades, Carpets, &c. All goods warranted.
Philadelphia, May 57-3 m
()F TILE NEW CROP. DAVID RANKIN, Chestnut
NJ Street, PHILADELPIII4I, has for sale the following
TEAS, vtz :
300 half chests Young Ilyson Tcas.
100 do Gunpowder, do.
150 do Imperial, do
10 do Hyson do.
1000 do Powchong,
100 du do Nin Uol gyong Soticl d iong
75 chests Padre Souchong.
45 do flack leaf Pekoe.
23 half chests, do do.
25 do Orange do.
10011 mutts Cnssia.
These Teas comprise the bes.t chops impelled in
and Sea Minch, Rainbow, Toziguin, Inca, and Huntress, rind
are equal to any tress that have been offered in this market.
Philadelphia, May 6, I&lo.—ant
Yours, Respect - ally, .
AND only place at which the greatest variety of
STOVES can be bad, Manufactured of the best refi
ned Iron, is at
HILL & CLINE'S
Wholesale and Retail Stove Manufactory., No. W:), North
Second street. above Vine, and A 5 Callowhill at., above
Second, Philadelphia, who offer for sale, a very superior
usiortinent, consisting of the improved Air-Tight com
plete, the latest improvement of the celebrated Empire
Cook, Leibrandt , i, Ole Bull Cook, Philadelphia Atr-Tight,
and tunny others, of the best standard Stoves in the mar
ket. Cull and examine our stock before purchasing, as
we will sell CHEAP. Dealers will promote their inter
wit by I.3UVINO OP US.
Philadelphia, May 21),
ALTUTOOD I B
VIIIPIRE COOKING STOVE. In again calling at
tention to This uneigalled STOVE, the proprietor has
the pleasure to intorm the public that (externally) tt has
undergone an entire change—the pipe and hearth placed
opposite each other, and a
SUMMER HEARTH AND BROILING APPARATUS
being added, thus rendering it faultless, and unless there
is another faultless Stove in 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.
The success of this Stove, since its introduction, is un
equalled. Nothing hue ever been oliered for culinary pur
poses, that has given such general satisfaction. Stoves
have LICCII comed uMer its form, saute dealers have even
used its fundamental principles, but the proportions were
so unlike the original. that they bear the relative value,
that a counterfeitdoes to a genuine coin.
Complete COOK and other COOK STOVE'S, in great
variety. I'. R. GILBERT, No. 412, Market et.
Girard Row, below Twelfth Street, PHILADELPHIA.
irr All Stoves purchased at THIS STORE wall be de
livered to Columbia, free of charge.
P. R. G.
dfIITLICTELD 11 , 3311.32.
ACertain Disease Cured in TWO DAYS.--The
MOST SPEEDY REMEDY FOR PAINS IN THE
loins, recent and chronic affections of the kidneys, dis
ease of the bladder,gravel, seminal weakness, ofcc. Per
sons who, by indulging in a secret habit, having entailed
on themselves constitutional debility, should apply im
mediately to DR. KINKELIN, of the Philadelphia Medi
cal House. the oldest institution of tite kind in the city.
°Mee, N. W. corner of THIRD and UNION Ste., be
tween Spruce and Pine, It squares from the Exchange.
This Medical House was established by Dr. K. fifteen.
years ago, for the suppression of quackery, there being
so many persons, without knowledge, name or character,
who put advertisements in the public papers, that an in
snout,n of this kind was highly necessary to prevent the
afflicted, especially strangers, from falling into the hands
of sonic, unskilfull wretch, who, instead of curing, might
send los victim into an untimely grave. Therefore, the
afflicted should shun the numerous pretended physicians
who know nothing of the practice of medicine, but con
sult Dr. Kinkelin, who cures a CERTAiN DLsE.ASE in two or
three days, according to the state of the patient, without
the use of Mercury'. No mercuri p a l a t a b le tore used by
Dr. KoMeltii ; his medicines are and harmless,
and all his patients are honorably shielded, from even the
possibility of being discovered. Ile who places liionseli
under the cure of Dr. K., may religiously confide in Ins
honor its a gentleman, and confidently rely upon his skill
as a physician, mid it' he is not speedily relieved no re
muneration will be demanded.
Strictures, one of the most troublesome and dangerous
aflections, which often end in gravel, infiamation, weak
ness, Ste., Dr. Kinkelin guarantees to remove speedily ;
as also, swellings, diseased prostrate gland, Sc. Stric
tures have ruined many who had 110 knowledge of their
TAKE. PAIITICCLAR N o ncE. — Young . men who hare in
jured themseves by a certain practice indulged in—a habit
frequentently learned from evil companions, or at school,
the effects of which arc nightly felt, even when asleep,
and destroy both nund and body, should apply immediate
ly. NVeakness and cOnstitUtlonal debility immediately
cured and full vigor restored. All letters post paid.
TAKE Navies—Dx Knikelin has had greater practice
in the above affections than any physician tit the United
States. He also possesses an advantage over all others,
from the fact of his having studied in the great hospitals
of Europe. Thousands in Philadelphia can testify that
he cured them after every other remedy had failed. Sepa
rate rooms for private consultation. Open till 9P. M.
Tao:mixt= supplied at a moments notice, with the
requisite medicines to care themselves privately.
PACKAGES of medicines sent to any part of the U. S.
More particulars is the Spirit of the Times. 040474 y
OF different shades and quality at
m2o'4?•tf W. dz. S. PATTON'S
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0. WHEELOcX, PROPRIETOR