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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

IT NEVER FAILS!!! DR. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA. PERSONS afflicted wild Scrofula, Kings' Evil Cancer, and Erysipelas, Old-Sores. Ulcers Tetter, Mercurial piseases, or any other com plaints arising from impurities of the blood, are re quested to read the following testimonials, in proo of- the wonderlul properties of the above numec medicine. READ! READ!! READ!!! We, the undersigned, having visited Mr. Isaai Brooks, jr. ut the office of Messrs. Rowand anc VValion, 3,6 Market street, Philadelphia, considei his case the most remarkable one we have evei witnessed or heard of. Hisdiseasa w.e SCROFULA, and terrible mus have been his twelve years' conflict with the destroyer! His Palaic, Ihe entire roor of his Mouth, Nose Upper Lip, and Lower Lid of the Right Eye havt been desiroyed, his Face nearly eaien up, and pan of the Jaw Bone carried away. And yet we can jive no description of his case. ftlr. B. informs us tlial in January last the whole interior of his mou'h, as well as m...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

BfiillNISCENCES OF THE RESUSCITATED.—It ha been asserted by several very honest, but probabl; incompetent persons that they have experienced i consciousness of being out of Ihe'body. The casi of Cardan and Von Helmont hare been already mentioned; but perhaps the clearest and moat posi tive testimony to the fact is tb.it giveu by Dr. Adarr Clarke, the learned Wesleyan, who when relating his recovery from drowning, stated to Dr. Letisonr that during the period of his apparent unconsciousness, he felt a new kind of life. These are hi; words.—" All my views and ideas seemed instant} and entirely changed, and I had sensations of the most perfect felicity that is possible, independently of rapture, for the human mind to feel. I had no pain from the time I was submorged; a kind oJ jreen. colour became visible to me; a multitude of objects were seen, not one of which however, bore the least analogy to any thing I had ever beheld before." When preaching in aid of the Humane So-:iety, at th...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALtTABM JFAR.MS, IN BALTIMORE COBM'IT.-By virtue of a decree or the High Court of Chan eery of .Maryland, the undersigned, Trustees, wi offer at public sale, at Forney's Tavern, in Reis lerstown, on SATURDAY, the seventh day o August, at 12 o'clock, M., the following valuab FARMS— i , ; ,. A Farm, containing 130 acres, more or less, lyinf about nineteen miles Irom the<citv ol Baltimore, ant a mile and a half from Ihe Hanover Turnpike - , Upon lliis Farm is a mill seat avid an o : fSjgGRIST AN0 SAW MILL, whichirrepoiri W'"lli a j( would command an exiensive country custom. Nearly one half is in valuable timber and i large pMponion of meadow. It adjoins the lands of J. T. Worthington.Esq., and the land recently purchased by Messrs. Barr and Kindig. Limestone M in abundance is in ihe immediate vicinity.— There are upon it iwo small D WELLING HOUSRSandaLimeKib-Also, a Farm, containing 320 acres, more or loss, lying about eighteen miles from the city of Baltim...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

HlEROOLYPHICAL MlCX PLATES FROSt THE MotJNDS by E. Geo. Squire,(in a letter to P.-of. Silliman)- You have probably observed a paragraph, going thi rounds of the newspapers , credited to a journa published at Lower Sandusky in this State, to tin effect that a number of inscribed plates or mict were recently discovered on excavating- an ancieni mound near that place. These plates are represented in the account as oval in shape, measuring seven by ten inches, and covered with hyeroglyphia of different and beautiful colors, betokening a more advanced and entirely different state of the arts than has heretofore been discovered in the remains of Indian tribes." As this announcement has created some degree of interest, und elicited some inquries, it will not be out of our place to observe that one of the plates has been placed in our hands, through the kindness of a friend residing at the point mentioned. The form of the plat e and their lije are correctly represented, but the hieroglyph...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

ice: icje: iceu The subscriber is prepared to deliver IC1 in any quantity every morning. JOHN H. BROOKS. OCrN. B- Small Ice for Ice Cream and.Min eral Water to be bad at his residence in an' quantity. ' J. H. B. ' Columbia, Jane 12lb, 1947. CASTOR OH- PILLS. Highly improved Premium Castor Oil Pills.— The Castor Oil is concentrated iota Small Pilli without taste 'or smell. For sale at , , LEADER'S Drug Store. Columbia, June 5,1847. ~ RATS AND MICE. : ' ¦ A preparation tbatis highly recommended foi destroying Rats, Mice and Roaches. Fur sale a! LEADER'S Drag Store. Columbia, June 5, 1847-/"iAMPHINE Lamp Globes. All sizes of j Lamp Globes, for sale at ,, JnJylO;tf LEADER'S.: -, , J>r. Jayncs Tonic Vermifuge. • A ¦ FRESH supply of Jayne's Popular Tonic J\_ Vermifuge. For sale at LEADER'S. JulylO-tf . , JBtiOTs SarsapariUa. TO ST received, another supply of Bull's Sarsaparilia.. For sale at ' LEADER'S. " JulylO-tf . ¦ • i " PARASOLS and PARASOLETTS, just! eceiv.ed at the . BEEHI...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

James K. Polk, Piiesidekt of the United States and all QTHEn Distinguished Persons, wno use ns i Toilet emollient, Radwny'n Chinese Medicated Soap give it tile preference over all Toilet or other soaps. 1st. Radway*s Chinese Medicated sjoap is the only article o f the toilet possessing medicinal virtues in the forn of soap. 2nd. The Medicinal properties are selected from tin most safe, rare and efficacious extracts and_ balms o roots, shrubs and plants of oriental growth, and they an so scientifically combined with the soap as tob'ifileal alteiripls to analyze them. 3d. Radway's Soap is the most delicious Toilet Soap ever used. Its soothing, healing and purifying effects upon the ctiticle,.in allaying the irritation occasioned by the biles of musquitoes, cleansing the secretary vessels from all impurities,rendering the skin soft, smooth, pure, sweet, fair and healthy—speedily removing tan,sunburn, pimples, blotches, pustules; transforming dark, sallow and discolored visage to beau...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

MORE NEW GOODS At the Columbia New ' Casli Store W& S. PATTON bavo just received ai • assortment of New Goods cojisisting:o superfine Blue, Black,'and Olive Cloths, Plain Siriped & Fancy Cassimers, Cashmerets, Tiveeds Uroton Codrington snd Summer Cloths, Linen nut Cotton Drilling, with a-variety of Articles suitable for Summer wear, Marseilles, Valencia,and Satir Vestings, Black Silk, suitable for Mantillas, Fan cy, Striped, PUid, and Plain do. for dresses. FJRINGES, GIMPS, BUTTONS. &c. Merino . Mohair, Mous de Laine,and Silk Shawl?, Corebel snd Marseilles Skirt?, Lawn and Lawn GinghamsAlpachos &c, Bareges, Silk and Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs. Cambric, Earlstun, Man-:hester and Domestic Ginghams, French and Damask Table Cloths, Hackaback, 15inleye, and Russia Towelings, Mull, Cambric, Jaconett, Swiss Plaid and Striped Muslins. Best quality Kid Gloves, Silk Mitts, Lislo hreud, Fancy and Cotton Gloves, Palm loaf Hats ice, 4"C With a complete assor...

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

T» Hoatinen. IVTEW Patte ' re Boat STOVE. Just receivi AX ed and for sale by. RUMPLE & HESS Columbia, April 7,1847.—tf . More Ug-nt.-LAMP S.—Oil, Lard and Camphine Stum Lamps, Hanging and Siils do. For sale by RUMPLE & HESS. Columbia, April 7. 1847.—tf WANTED. rTW0 APPRENTICES, about 15 or lO^cars I of nge, to learn the Cabinet Making 'Business.—Apply to JOHN W SHUMAN. - Columtia, Apoil 7, 1847:—tf HEELER'S Tea Berr} Tooth Wash. A cure for the Tooth Ache, arrester of deea», cleanser and preserver of the Teeth and Gums^-Forsaleby ' R.WILLIAMS. NEW LIGHTS. FAIRBANKS' BURNING FLUID. LL you who have been sitting in the J\_ dabknbss. and shadow of the, greasy filthy, black fish oil, that is now being sold throughout thecounlry for sperm oil,arc invited to call at Wrlgllt's, and purchase a pair of LAMPS and make use of one quart of the Quid sold by them, and if you are not entirely latisSed with the article, ' you have only to rourn the Lamps, and have your money refundi...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

THE MARKKTS. Baltimore, July 28. Flour.—The operations in Howard Street Flour are si limited that It is difficult to arrive at a quotation. Today there are seller* of fresh ground parcels from net* wheat at 85.75, and this rate has been obtained for somi trifling lots. Fresh ground from old wheat is held a! $5,621, and there are buyers at 95.50, but we do nut hea I of sales. City Mills Flour is held at *6, but we hear o no transactions. Grain.—There Is little or no Wheal comtngto market, and as it Is much wanted, prices have further advanced. Limited lots sold to day at 112all6 cents for red, and 120a 127 cents fur white; Receipts ol Corn very limited. Small e&les of white and L yellow al 74a75 ct* . A salu of Penna. yellow al75cts. Oats are worth 53a45 cts. ¦ ' rillUDKLrillAj July SS, 1847. Flour and Grain.—Stuck of Flour light ' and market quiet. Good Western is held at <5} and fresh ground 45}a6. Corn Meal, S31 for Penna. and $31 for flrandywlne. Rye Flour Is hel...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

The loxnsvnxx Mistert.—A tew days ago, i young lady walked into a clothing store at 'Louis villc, purchased a suit of clothes (as she alleged) fo: her husband, and then walked out. Not man; minutes after this) transaction she was seen in ihi neig hborhood of the store in the very, garments shi bad purchased for her husband. Curiosity was ex cited—tho police were on the qui hive—bat tbi young lady some how or other, could not be found The Cincinnati Herald thus solves the mystery : " We nave, at. last found out tho secret of th( mysterious lady who was tho cause of so muot speculation at- LouUvilo. On Wednesday, as we were informed by respectable authority, a drayman on Main street, near Sixth, was accosted by a young gentleman, who asked him if ho knew where a certain person lived, mentioning the name of a keeper of a house of ill feme. The drayman said that he did. Whereupon the young gentleman offered him Gve dollars if he would show him the house. He du.ro, Bnd on arriving' was...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

of pillage- The red ante, with their powerful man dibles, tear open the sides of (lie negro ant hills and rush ' into the heart of the citadel. In a lew minutes'each"invader emerges, carrying- in Us mou 'th'the pupa or working negro, which it bas ob. tained in spite or the vigilance and valor of its natural guardians. The red ants return 'in perfect order to their nest, bearing with them their living burdens. On reaching 1 the nest the pupa appears to be treated precisely as their own j^and the workers when they emerge, perform the various duties of the community with the greatest energy and apparent good will. They repair the nest, excavate pas sages; collect food, feed the lane, tako the pupte into the sunshine, and perform every office which the welfare-of the colony seems to require. They csndaot themselves entirely as if fulfilling their original destination.—Newman's History of Insects*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

MARRIED. At Columbia, on tho:2Blh lost., by the Kev. K. Owen Mr. GEORGE WASHINGTON HICKHOTH, to Miss ANN EL1Z.V KEAGY, both of this place. DIEB. At Pittsburs.nn the 12th instant,Mr.SAMDEI. PtEBSON, aged 38 years, four months and 20 days, a citizen of this place. Tlma, suddenly, in iho prime of life, blessed with a lovely family and many friends, -with prospects fair as the day, has our friend been called to leave all that man holds dear, and lo die far from home and among strangers. But ho has left to his children the legacy of a good name, and all who knew him mourn his untimely death. In all the relations of citizen, neighbor, husband and father, his character was without reproach, and his bereaved family havc i the warmest sympathies of the immunity, for their Irreparable loss. — Communicated.

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

REMOVAL. JOHN T. ZXOtrSXO N, ATTORNEY AT LAW. TTAS REMOVED his LAW OFFICE to _UL the Collector's House, corner of Front and Gay ctreets, where he will attend promptly to all business in tbe line of his profession. Columbia, April 14,1847.—tf

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

HE STOOD AT THE ALTAR, ire stood at the altar because he'd no chair, With brass rings on his fingers and lard on bis hair, He stood at the altar with a watch in his fob, A young whiskerando straight as a cob. He stood at the altar in humanity's guise—A pin graced his dickey, and goggles his eyes, He stood at the altar, as shrewd ones have said. Without cents in his pocket or sense in his head.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

BE. ITOWIN ' SEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, for the removal and permanent cure of all disease arising from an impure state of the blood, or habit jfthe system. For sale at Leader's Drug Store. WM. A. LEADER, Agt. July 24, 1847.—tf

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Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

waxmsr* wmax VEGETABLE PILLS. r I iHIS extraordinary medicine is founded npo I the principle that the human frame is subjec to ONLY ONE DISEASE, viz : corrupt humors which, when floating in the general mass of oil culation, are the cause of all kimia of Fevers, bu when lodged in the various parts of the body, giv rise to every malady incident lo man. Let it be remembered that the human body an Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills are mutuall; adapted one to the other, and that by them a] morbid and corrupt humors (the cause of disease can~be entirely eradicated, and this in so easy an natural a manner, that while they every day «ivi ?asft and pleasure. Disease of every name x Literally Driven from the Body. The following highly respectable storekeeper have been duly appointed agents for the sale o this Celebrated Medicine, in Lancaster county. Ashville, Pennock & Taylor. Baruulle, Beulien Weidler. Bainbridgc, Bcecher & Braught. JBiccersville, Samuel H. Miller, do J. &am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

DRUGS, DRUGS, «V;' r ^ ^fl£ " "I% C W. A. LEADER, Would most respectfully announce to hi9 numerous friends in Coluubia and vicinity that he has again commenced the Wholesale and Ketail Drug businessat his old stand. He has just returned from the city with a full and general assortment of "«fa<=U DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES FAISTTS, OILS, CUsiss and Dye-Slum,, Together with a most mngnificent and une- ' quailed assortment of choice PERFUMERY, Such as CologneLavender, Flora -Portugal' and Baynum Waters, all sizes put op in glass itopper Bottles; extracts lor Handkerchiefs ofevery kind. Beefs MarrowCircassian Oil, ?anc* Soaps, Ladies Motto Wafers taken rom Shakespeare—Glass LetterStamps.Scent Rags; Perfumery put up very handsomely in. Boxes and a large assortment of HairTeeth shaving and other brushes of various kinds. ¦£¦ l begs lelve to inform the public fcnerally that he has procured the services of wo young men who will give general satisfaclon both as re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

Health, Health, Health. THOMPSONS' COMpHOnMYRUP OFTAF AND WOOD NAPTHA. . . THE OKLV CERTAIN REMEDS FOR THE CUR.K O Pulmonary Consumption. Chronic Bronchitis, and Sore ,; Throat, Asthma, Chronic CatarrhSpittinjr of Blood, Pain in the Side and -Breast * DijJh ¦ cutty of Breathing. Whopping Cough, Croop. Weak Jfervcsitud Nervous ', TremovrsPalpitation of the Heart; also Liver Complaint and Affection of the Kidneys. OF all the diseases incident to our climate there isnom bo universal and at tlie same time so Insiduoue nnd fatal as Consuinpiion. In thl- country especially Pulmonary Consumption Is emphatically a scourge and in its resistless career sweepa : o*er the land as a destroying Angel, laying low with relentless hand the strongest and fairest of our race! Hitherto all efforts to arrest this dread disease have proved vainand" nil thai seemed within our power was at beat the alleviation of suffer ing rendering some what smoother the certain progress to tlm LOPlb! The proprietor in...

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

New Book-Bindery? IN THE BOROUGH OF YORK, PKNN'A The subscribers respectfully inform then friends and the public that they have opened 1 Book-Bindery & Blank Book Mannfactoy on Main street, next door to tbe Post Office, in the Borough of Yorn, whire they will be happy to receive ordeis for every description of work in Uieir lino. Particular attention will be paid to the Ruling and Binding of every description oi Blank Books, for Banks, County Offices,Meichants and others, and every variety of full and half bound Bl.mks , New and old Books, Periodicals, Law Books Mnsic, Newspapers, &c., l>ound to any pattern, »nd in any style required. Paper ruled to pattern. dj "All work warranted. CORBET & WYANT. York, May 12, 1847. ! TO PRINTERS. The subscriber is now manufacturing Printini nk of superior quality, and offers it for sale 11 larue or Bmail quantities, upon accoramodatini terms, in any instance where the ink sent shall nn answer the description, it ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847

SPRING & SlJMMERj 1847, ' REAL CASHMERE SHAWLS—Superb, quality and. designs.just received and for sale-50 per ct. lower than ever offered in this city.. at ^ .. „ BEE HIVE Worth Queen strectj Lancaster -, ' RICH CALIFORNIA ~ PLA1D.. CHINT. Zbb—warranted fast colors, only 12J cents* ' tOKether with the largest assortment of CalU coes in Lancaster, at tbe BEEHIVE North Queen street, Lancaster. ¦ Fresh Groceries Jim! r ? c fZ e * by . the subscribers, a full assortment of Groceries; such as Coffees, Tea» . } Sugars. MolassesSalt. Cheese&c.which awarranted fresh and will be sold chea 1C0 * rO ^¦^27 ,18^ YOUNG fi clisE t,. ' SPLENDID LAWNS-r A^oThe,. soppIy of splendid Lawns-pink blue and >nrT~warrantcd rral madder colors, »t very reduced pricey just received and for .ale at the BEE HIVE, Jf. Queen St., Lancaster. HOSIERYGLOVES, and flDKFS. -Neir Bonnet .Ribbooe&c.,just recovery che»B »tjhe BEE HIVE, Jj.^ .S^ • 'Oils, - Oils, • ¦ ¦ •• •• ' •¦ ¦ ' ;.• / Sp...

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