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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
E. H. SMITH, WHOLESALE DEALER IN BOOTS, SHOES, BONNETS. CAPS, PALM LEAF HATS, Jfcc-108 Race Slrccl—White Swan Hotel Pliiudulpliia Philadelphia, Oct. 16, 1847-Gt. 'he largest and most splen did Stock or Dry Goods IjW ER offered in the city of Lancaster, is now 2j being opened at THE DEE HIVE, Norili Queen street, wholesale und retail. This stock has just been received direct from Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and comprises some of the rarest bargains of the day, for Fall and Winter snles—Shawls, Silks, Mcrinocs, Ribbon?, Gloves, Hosiery, &c. Scpl. 24—if
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
PHILIP GOSSIiER ATTORNEY AT I-ATV Columbia, Lancaster county,l'enn'a, WILL practice in the several CourU of Lancaster and York counties. Office.— In Walnut street, adjoinini the Washington Hotel. Mar 6,1847. DOCT. M. S. M'CORKLE. O FFICE—South East corner of Locust and Second street. Boarding House—with Mrs. Swartx, 3 doors below his late residence. Columbia, April 7, 1847.—If O p^f\ SACKS Ground Alum Suit. 50 sacks Odu Asliton, fine. For tale by scnt2.1'47-lf H. E. ATKINS &. CO.
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
^ HE newCRt und best slylcs of Gimps and Fringe?, just received nt Frptir-17-ti " YOUNfi & CASSEL'S N.i. 50. "J1 HF.SH MACKEREr. at / YOUNG & OASSEL'S No. 50. "icptllMT-tf 1 OOI) CIDER VINEGAR at J~ YOUNG &. CASSEL'S No. 50. seplll'47-lf
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
t.iins anu Pistols DOUBLE and Sinsle Carrel GUNS, warrented Slnbh Twist, and Patent lirecch Involving PISTOLS, Brass and Steel Barrel Pistols.' For sale cheap by KIJMPLE & HESS. Columbia, April 7,1847.—tf To Sloalmcn NEW Pallcrc Boat STOVE. Just receivd ed and for saie by. RUMPLE & HESS Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
I VEGETABLE PILLS. rT^HlS exiraordinory medicine founded upon I the principle lhal tne human frame is subject to ONLY ONE DISEASE, viz : corrupt humors which, ivhcn floating in the genmal masa of circulation, are the cause of all kinds of Fevers, but when lodged in the various parts of the body, give rise to every malady incideut to man. Let it be remembered that the human body and Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills are mutually adapted one to the other, and that by tbem all morbid and corrupt bumon* (the cause of disease) can be entirely eradicated, and this in so easy nnd natural a manner, that while they every day give ease and pleasure. Disease of every name is Literally Driven from the Body, The lullowing highly respectable storekeepers have been duly appointed agent* for the ulu ol this Celebrated Medicine, in Lancaster county. A>livilli-, Ta>lor & 1'ierce. | B.anilli-, Pe ' ulien Weidler. Bainbridgc, J. F. Bcecher. bird-in-rjund, Jacuh Bruner. Bart To...
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
PUBLIC SALE Of Thrttf.nt.ratt Plantation* in Ha nor ihumAif, /TAETERMINED to move to the State rf II-1 f linois, 1 will sell by public vendue, to the highest bidder, on THURSDAYthe -1th day or NOVEMBER nextat my residence, one mile west of Millerstown, in .Manor toivosbip, Lancaster county : TIIHEE PLAN TATION'S, to wit :-So. 1, consisting of a Tract of Land, cootainin" 1<|O acres, strict measurebounded on the ea?t by little Concstoga creek, on the North by No. 2, on the west by a public road, and on the Sooth by No. 3. The improvements on No. 1, are a tiro-story stone Asi Dwelling House, -!!¦ "« 30 by 30 feet well finished and roofed with slate: a stone Swisser Barn 110 feet long, also roofed with slate and has a large arched cellar under* ncath; a wagon shed and corncribs; spring house overa never-failing spring of water, with fine facilities for a distillery, in a well built still I house, a smith shop, with other convenient out- J buildings; a pump in a never-failin...
Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
Health, Health, Health THOMPSONS' COMPOUND SYRUP OF TAH AND WOOD NAPTHA. THE OXI.Y CERTAIN REMEDY FOR THE CURE Q. Pulmonary Consumpfwn Chronic Jirottchttts.and £.>r* Throat, sltthma. Chronic Catarrh&]nttmt. ' oj Itlood, Pain m the Side and Brcaft, IJtJjtcutty of BreathtnjrH'hoppine Cnw^A, Croop. Weak JSfcrrtsand Jferfimt* TremimrsPalpitation oj the Heart i also I.irtr Com~ plaint and Jifffttton of the Kidneys. OP alt the difleatfeft incident in our clininte Ultra in none no universal niututlhe saute tnur *<) uihiiIuoub nnil fatal as Cnniuuiptinn. In ttii* rnuutry especially Pulmonary Consumption is emphatically a scourge nnd in its resimleps career sweeps o'er the land an a tltstrnj ing Angel, laving low willt rtlenlleso hand the Mnmijetl ami falruFi of our race I Ililherlo nil effort* tu nrrest thin dread disoane have proved vain, nitU nil ilia: seemed w tthtti our power ua»at lie^t- Iht* nllevmtinn of suffer ing rendering souieivtmt omootliur 1 he certa...
Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
DR. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA. 13E AD the following Certificate in favor of the XV, Extraordinary Virtues of DU. CULLfiN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA. SCROFULA. Messrs Kownnd & Wnlion: — Gentlemen—Feeling deeply gratetul lor ihe extraordinary cure performed upon mebj jour Dr. dllen's Indian Vegetable Panacea, 1 cheerfully iur> nish you with a short lustory of my co*c About seven yearsugo, [when only eleven years old] I wa« attacked wnh .Scroiula. winch incrcuat'd in its ravages, till my throat wns titled with ulcers ! the banes of my nerk laid bare ! my palme destroyed, and q large piece o.' one ut' the nasal bunu* carried away. My head was nlsJ so much diseased, that in drinking, the tea or cuijec would lrefjneiiily j>n?s out of my crtr! A mass of something winch the Doctors called n tumor came Irom my nose. I was under the care ol physicians of the Inchpm distinction in this city, and ui one nine prunounced cured, and by request attended a med.cal lec...
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
h Bi-ESSEO, BLtSi'tU A»U HEAVENIV KilRACLGOF MIRACLES!! ON the 4th of August, in the year 1843, a singular scene occurred in the Royal Si'- enlific Institute of France. The aged, white headed Presidenthis bead bare, his arm outstretched, his face, radiant with sullies, (for science was triumphant,) and his voice with gratulatory tone, delivered the following report : *• We are astounded at this singular preparation. Where indeed will science sloa!^ Here we hpve a preparation made in the form of a beautiful piece of coap, which tve knoir by aclual practice, to cure everycutaneous eruptionevery disfigurement of. aad even dncolorcd skin! Where will ijs mapic'and »inpular power cease? The Negrothe Crcolp . the Yellow Race of the Eastand the Red Man of the I' "ar West, are alike under the influence of its exlraordinary powers of clrariny yelloiv or discolored skinand making it while ami beautiful ami of chan£in£ the color uf dark,or black, or brown skin." (Hereseveral persons were brou...
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
COLUMBIA ARCADE, By U. CKAX.STOX The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and llie public generally tlv.it he is now rcn.'y In supply iliem at his ~ XEW ESTAULISililEST, the three-story building in Front slrecly Columbia, on the lot formerly occupied by John Enney, as a ropewalk. iie intends keeping on hand a Kplrnt nssortmnnt of faslnnnnblv inatlfi ! CLOTHING. Me has just returned from Philadelphia and NowVorJt with a new and splendid assortment of all kinds of clothing, made of the best materiais, and in the latest style—consisting tn part nf superfine blue and blnck cloth COATS, Frock and Sack (' -oats, Pelisse Cloth and Tweeds of every color and quality. Also—a large assortment of plain and lancy Cnssimcre, Clolii, and alj other PANTS, suitable for Spring, Summer and Wtntcr, of every size nnd dcscri\)(ion. VESTS—Figured. Silk, Satin, Merino and Marseilles, suitable for all seasons and of every sizestylo and quality ; to which is added a beautiful assortment of fine Li...
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
nvv TAYLOR NEVER SURRENDERS ! James 11. Hunters FASHIONABLE AND CllEiP HAT, CAP, BOOT AND SHOE £JVIPOREUr?I 7 *»». 4O Front &t., Columbia, Sign of the Big Hat and Cap, directly opjiosile the 13ri<tge, and adjoining Black's Hotel. __«i.__ The subscriber begs leave to return y£glmgj3 hi* thanks to hi*: friends and the pub* ^^^T lie generally for the very liberal patpg^S rona^c heietofore extenJed to him, ^ g ^S&Kaiid hopes by strict atlcntion to busi- QE- ^5d nes *s to reeeivca continu.ilion of thf ir favors; lie g'>e-f upon the principle **a nimble sixpence in better than a slow shilling ** and to carry out the principle, makes quick sales at small ad-\nrii es. His place of business U not a brick front, or ot great fcplend.n 1 , hut he flatteru bira«elf that he can suit customers better, and sell cheaper, than persons who do t'U=iness in big brick houses, am) make n ftreat fuss about selling goods at cost, he does not sell gi'ods at cott, but setts...
Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
| ! I iiiiiiiiKnwiai Vcjjclaliljc I'liivcrsrtl Pill* Are a strengthening purgatire and a purifying Tonic. THE hopex of the American agents are far more than realised by the fui'cesa of Dr. I.o Roy'n Vegetable Uniicrsdl Pills on this >idc nl the Atlantic, Never did a meilicine tpring int» fucIi immediate populurity: In less than Ihrrn months eighty thousand hoxes have hern disposi <! of; and ctMt'fieates of cures performed by Hum received fr.'m up«aid« of four hundre.l pcisons. The curen emhraced a great nuii.bcr of disease"' but thove which predominaied were liillioun Fever, Colic, Habitual Costivenesf, Dysimari, Loss of Appetite. Flatulenne. Worms mid f.<>«- ne^8 or Spirito. AH persons who take ihem agife ihnt they are 'ar superior t*i every other inedicn o ihey hail usrd, in the mildness the energy, «i '* Ihe efficoe.y o< their action ; for though tin yj.induce neither gri|ie nor nausenthry act u| on tl.o secretions with ercnl directness, ...
Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
Thomi Who hive been Deceived Witli MOCK PRETENDED HAIR PREPARATIONS Should read the fallowing itaiemtntt of respectable ptriont. MR. Abraham Vanderbeck, of Avenue 98 D, New Yorkcertifies thai his head was entirely bald on tbe top, and by the use of two 3s. bottles of JONES' CORHL 3AIR RESTORATIVE, he has a good crop of hair, and will soon have it long, thick and luxuriant. Mr. William jACKSOs,of 89 Liberty street, Pittsburg, certifies: On the 3d of February, 1847, that Mr. Thomas Jackson's head on the top, was entirely bald for fifteen years, and that bv using two 3s. bottles of Jones' Coral Hair Restorative, the hair is growing fast, thick and healthy. He expects b ' y using this a little longer to have a better head of hair Iban he ever had. 2b those vho&e hair is gray, or falling off and weak at the roots ^ 1 hereby certify that my hair was turning gray and falling off, and that since I have used Jones' Coral Hair Restorative it has entirely ceased fallingis growing...
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
KTCS/SilCTJIlo A N* application will be made at the next Session ol the General Assembly ol the Stale of Pennsylvania, for the incorporation ol a Company under the name and style, or in'ended name and style of "The Columbia Savings Institution,'* and designed as an office of discount and deposit, with a capital not exceeding one hundred ihoupnnd dollars, to bo located in ibe borough of Columbia, Lancaster Coun:y. Pennsylvania. Cntiimtm. June 19. 1S47. Cm Notice. THE Columbii Bank and Bridge Company intend to mnke application to the Legislature of the Comm'in wealth of Pennsylvania , at their next session, for the renewal of the Banking, Discounting, and other privileges they possess under existing laws. The Company to be continued by the name, style nnd title of the Columbia Bank and B'idpe Compnny, at the Borough of Columbia, in thc County of Lancaster, and Slate of Pensvlvania- By order of the Bo-inl SAMUEL SHOCII .Ca-hin. Columbia, June 24ih, IS47.—b"m. NEW LIGHTS " FAIRBANKS...
Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
MORE NEW GOODS At the Colombia Sew ensu Si«j re. \\r & S. PATTON h»Te just received an YY . assortment of New GooCs consisting of superfine Blue, Black, and Olive Clotlii, Plain, Striped & Fancy Cassimers, Cashmerets, Tweeds, Croton Codringlon onJ Summer Cloths, Linen and Cotton Drilling, with a variety of Articles suitable for Summer -wear. Marseilles, Valencia,and Safin Testings, Black Silk, suitable for Maolillaa, Fancy, Stiiped, Plaid, and Plain do. for dresses. FRINGES, GIMPS, BUTTONS. &c. Merino . Mohair, Mous de Laine, and Silk Shawlc, Uorebei nnd Marseilles Skirts, Lawn and Lawn Ginghams, Alpaehas &c, Bareges, Silk and Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs. Cambric, Earlston, l\1an cbester and Domestic Oinehams, French and Damask Table Cloths. Hackaback, Birdeye, and Rim. si a Towclings, Mull, Cambric, Jaconett, Swim Plaid a.«i Striped Muslins. Best quality Kid Gloves, Silk Mitto, Lisle thread, Fancy and Cotton Glores, Pnlm leaf Hate &c, &a...
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
llance's Sartaparilla Vegetable, or Blood Pill*. For Purifying the Blood! TTANCES' Sarsaparilla, or Blood Pills. XlWhat is the principle which we call the blood? Thc blood is that principle by which the whole system is regulated. Therefore, if the blood becomes impure, a general derangement of the system must ensue ; and give rise to coughs, colds, influenza, dyspepsiadropsy, headacefullness of blood, bi'lious, scarlet, typhoid and typus fever of . 'I 'tinds; indigestion, weakness of stomach, rheumatism and rheumatic affections, nervous affectionsliver comfilainl, asthma, pleurisy, infiamation of the ungs, low spirits, fits, measles, small pox. whopping cough, croup, sore eyes, inward weakness, worms, quinzy. bronchituscholic, dysenterygravelsalt rheum, deafness and other affections of the earSt. Antony's fire, scrofula or kings evilulcers, whitei>wcllings, tumorsbiles, suppressed monthly discharges and female complaints in generel eruptions of the skin, habitual costivencs...
Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
OLIVER EYAINS* Salamander, Fire and Thief Proof IRON CHESTS, Warranted cquul to any other make, and li&vc never been injured by Fire or Burglars, in & single instance. He a**o keeps on hand a full supply of Common Chests, mado of lighter iron, at lower price*. LETTER COPyiNG PRESSES AND BOOKS. TRUCKS FOR STORES, FACTORIES, &c. DRUGGISTS' PRESSES. EAGLE GLASS PAPER. PORTABLE SHOWER BATHS, &c. PACKING LEVERS. HOISTING MACHINES. REFRIGERATORS AND WATER FILTERS. OLIVER EVANS, 61 South Second St., below Chesnut PhiUd. RBFR1CEBATOKS For Coolinp and Preserving MEAT, BUTTER, MILK, and all articles intended Tor culinary purposes. WATER FILTERS. OLIVER EVANS' CELEBRATED WATER FILTERS, for Purifying Water that is brackish or muddy, whether by rains, minerals,or otherwise can bo had of all nizes and prices, at tho Wareroom!!, No. 61 South Second Street, two doors be. low Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. October 2d.]S47.
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
TO PRINTERS. The subscriber is now manulndnrmp Printiiig Ink of superior qtiolily, nnd ofTers n tor ciilc in large or small qunntuies. upon nccoinnindtiring fertnSt in any instonce where (lio ink sent ahull mtt answer the description, it wilt be exchanged or tho price refunded. A liberal dmeonut will be made upon Urge purchases for cash. The News Ink i« put up in keg* of 12. 15, 20, 16.30, 50«i-d 100 lb«. Book Inks in small kegs and in Ib. canis'ers. Colored Inks also in Ib. canisters*. B3-A 20 Ib.kcji of tho besl news ink will bo sent to any point of ihe Pftm'a [ mprov^mcnis ai my risk free of chnree. "pnn receipt of ^s. COPAI, VARNISH ,n tarri- K kca: nnd r»neler«. J. M. MIKFI.IN. Columbia. .Mav 20. 1SIT PUBLIC SALK. WILL bo exposed lo uubiic sale, at tlm Tan. nery of Joseph B/iu^hir, Fountunilalr Adaaw county. Pa., on Tucsdav, the lClh .lav nf Norembor, SIX HORSES, HORSE GEARS THREE WAGONS, one of llicm a Broad Wheeled Road Wagon, the olhera Bark Wagons. ANo, two paira ol Lad...
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
HOVER'S First Premitun AVvitin^ I»k . This Ink Ins for a Ions while become ostiiblishpd as a National article, and the following testimonials from Washington City, prove its merits lo that distinction. JInuse of Represpntalirct. WaMnglon City, February 24, 18-13. I state that I have usud thc ink, during the prr*ienv »Ds>sion of ('ongress. manufactured by Jo«eph E. Hovor, Ksq., of Philadelphia, and I have found ii to be anarltcle of must excellent qualitv. JOHN WHITE, Speaker Ho. Rep. Vnlrnt Office, Waahin/rton, D. C, l\hruary 21, 1843 . Sir—Your Black Writing Ink has been used in this Office since October last, and is entirely approved. 1 am respectfully, J. W. HANDChief Clerk. Mr. Joseph F-. Hover, Philad. Hover ' s Adamantine Cement The following from liiclfitcirs Reporter will bc^t illustrate its value: * v Mr. Hover manulacUrcs " Admantine Cement" for joining broken china, glass, &c; we have tried the article and found it to be excellent." Vor sale wholesale and...
Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
CHHAP WATCHES 8b JEWELRY, £*^. at -run ^^\ ¦•PIIII.ADF.I.l'HIA /ET-I WATCH & JEWELY STORF, " - l §2kisj£s8> v 90-NORTH 5F.COM) SJ 1 ., bytytfy^qiKTi^ corne r ol Qnjrri. G0I1! I.e«r\\"atche., fulljewcllcil, IScarat ca«i>s. $I.'iOO Silver I.ovr X\ alrh", full jrwellrrf, 2.T.UU Silver L«'Vi r U" at<-li'c, simcii jewel*-", 18,00 ^'lUer Lppiup W'aicln", j<".vflle<l, finest qiinTIry, 13,00 SupL-rior Qu.Trtifir W.)Trhes, 10,00 Iimt'iiioi) Quarticr W'alclios, 5 00 (•¦•111 Spcctuolfs, 8,00 Fine Silver Spectacle", 1,75 (»ulil Braceli't^ with topiiz stonr*?, ^ ,50 I.ailn'i fiohl P.'ncil- , lli caratM, 3,00 (Jol.l Ki'iscr liluci ;tTj cents to 83—Watch Cil.issfs, |>lniii I2J cents, pitent 1SJ. I.nnrt 25. Othf r articles in proportion. All goods warranted lo be what t'.wy aie poW foi O CONRAD. On hand, some GoMand Silver Levers, Lppincs and Quartier*; lower thnn the al>ovc prices. Pr.ilad<!l|iliia, April 10, 1847. lj