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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
CHESNUT STREET HOUSE NO. 121 CI1ESNUT STREET, A FEW COOKS BEr.OW FOOHTH, NORTH SIDR. The subscriber respectfully inforrrs his friends and the public in general, that he still continues to keep the above establishment. Every pains is at all times tnu^n to render this one of the best, and, from its central situation, it is one of the most convenient Hotels in the city. His Table is furnished, at all times, with thc choicest delicacies of the season. His Wines and Tjto .uons are not surpassed by any other establishment in this city. His Servants arc carefiil.honestand obliging Terms of Boarding to suit the times. Country Merchants and business men will find the location of the Chesnut St. House, in the most business part of Philadelphia. The subscriber pledges himself that every thing in his power shall be done to give satisfaction to those who favor him with their patronage. SAMUEL MILLER, Philad., Sep(. 27.—ly Pionrielor.
Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
Indies Are Canttrmed Agnliilt Using COniUON PREPARED CHALK: innHEY are not aware how frightfully injurij ous it is to the skin '. how coarse, how rough, how sallow, yellow, and unhealthy the skin appears after using pepared challc ! Besides it is injurious, containing a lnrjzc quantity of Lead ! We have prepared a beautiful vegetable article, which we call Jones ' Spanish Lily White. It is perfectly innocent, being purified of all deleterious qualities; and it imparts to the skin a natural, healthy, alabaster, clearliving white; at the same time acting as a cosmetic on the skin, making it soft and smooth. Dr. James Anderson, Practical Chemist of Massachusetts.says: " After analyzing Jones' Spanish Lily While, I find it possesses the most beautiful and natural, and at the Barm* time innocent white I ever saiv. 1 certainly can conscientiously recommend its use tcxnlt whose skin requires beautifying." Price 25 cents a Box. For sale by R.WILLIAMS. Columbia, August 7, 1847— 6m
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
HANCE'S COMPOUND SVRUP OF IIOARHOUIVD. Take time by the forelock, is a piece of advice which is suitable to all seasonsand applicablo lo all purposes; though there is no instance in which this piece of advice is more valuable, than lo persons who have a cough or cold, for if they neglect what may appear to them very trilling in the bcginnintr.it may lead to infiatnation of the lungs, and finally consumption ! To all who have a cough, we won Id say, procure a bottle of [lances' Compound Syrup of Hoarhovjnd. The medicine is' pleasant to take and it may save you years of suffering-SETH S. HANCH, 103 Baltimore street, and corner of 6'hailes and I'rall streets, B.il' AGENTS—G. G. CWibarnv, R. Williams, W. A. Leader, Columbia) J. F. Heinirsh & Son, Lancaster; Samuel Knsminger Manhcim; John StoufTerMt. Joy XRoads ; James Brvan. Elizabcthtotvn. Oct. 24-'4G
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
QavJituarc ! ^avbamvc! ! j* ^^ 55^*f^, Ttc subscriber* rcpccifully cal ^i^^^^5@?thc attention of theciiircm generalu.to ihvir uvortmtTit of HaidwarcUlass, Paints. Oil*, Cedar-n'arc. We hive just iec«*ivnd in addition to our stock, It \RD WAKE, CUTLERY m.il Buililing M»teri.il- of all di-wription, »u. h us f.OUKS, HINGES, SCRKH's, NAILS on.l SI'llCES. eises cf a:: §f?r«, PAINTS, Linseed, Sperm and Whale OILS, Bar, Rod and Hoop Iron, of nil rizis, ANVILS, VICES and BELLOW, of :hc best quility, all of wlncli we offer at the lowc-t pni-cs. PorBnni wishini; :o purchase iwll find it to their advantage to call at nu.MPLE & HESS'S; Coumbia, April 7, 1817—tf. Loctut St.
Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
COXiinXCBIA BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE. cfgjatea C. VVESTBBOOK keeps con-£' i w.fjafa slantly on Uand a large and weli n nj^Bti^P^ selcelcii assortment of MISCEI, UAJSEUUS BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS, of al! discriptionsfrnm llie small pocket memorandum to Ihe snbstanlialls bound demy. Letter and Cap PaPGK, by the ream, quire, or single sl.eet. SCHOOIi BOOKS. SerialsPeriodicals, Newspapers, &c. Staple and Fanny STATIONARY, Brushes Combs, Purse * . Pocket Books, Toilet and Pockets Mirrors . Razor Strops, Shaving .S' oaps; Pasteboard " Ivory. Marabo and Slecl Studied FANSami nil neroufi other articles, all of ivliicb will ba sold very low for cash. N. B. Cash paid for Rags. Columbia. Anril 7, 1847.
Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
A FIVE SET OP TEETH FOR 23 CEXTS . "ITriUTE Tceth .foul breatli,healthy gums, T V Yellow and unhealthy teeth, after once or twice cleaned with Jones ' Amber Tooth Paste. have I lie appear.ince of tho most beautiful ivoryand, at the tame time it is no perfectly innocent and exquisitely fine, thai its constant ¦i ^ily me it highly advantageous, even to those tc<th that are in good condition, giving them a beautiful polish,and preventing a premature decay. Those already decayed it prevents from becomiuc worse—it also fastens such as are becoming loose, and by perseverance it will render the foulest tteth delicately whiteand ma S, c , t thc br «<h delicio nsly sweet. Price 25 or 37J cents a Box. For sale by Aug. 17,64,-6a!. R. WILLIAMS. \
Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
Morning: Train Again BETWEEN \ORK, WRIGHTSYILLE AND COLUMBIA. THE President and Directors ot the Baltimore and Susquehanna Hail Road Company having consented lo continue the Morning Train between the above places. K7The Car will leave Columbia Daily, ISundays exceptedlat 6} o'clock A.M..and the Train will leave Wrightsville at 6| o'clock. Returning, the Train will leave York at 8 o'clock, A. M. _ D.C. H.BORDLEY, Aoril 17,1847. Sup't.
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
SMDAY TRAIN. BALI IMORE &. SUSQUEHANNA R.R. The Morniiso Passenger Traik will run from Baltimore regularlyhereafter, on Sunayat 9 o'clock A. M.,and Returning will tart from Columbia at 1J P. M., Wrigh»svil!c 2 P. M.and i>om York at 3 o'clockP. M., as on other days of the week. The mail between Baltimore and Yors nil' , bs carried by this train. No other train will runonSunday. D. C. H. BORDLEY, Superintendent of Transportation. Oct 37, 1846.
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
Notice to Builders. THE undersigned is appointed agent for the Peach Bottom SLATE QUARRY, and is prepared to Slate any Roof, either of a house or Barn that may be wanted in the County, he having on hand at his yard in Colombia, at all times, thc best article of Slate and can furnish workmen of thirty years experience. All roofs warranted not to leak if the Building does not sink or give way. Charges moderate to suit thc times. JEREMIAH BROWN, Agent, Tor Ihe Hod. Jeremiah Brown & Company. Colombia, June 13,1847. 6m
Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
T ONES' SOLUTIOJ* OF JET, arj inttantaf) Beam liquid human hair Dye, for dyeiojf light, redor grey hair permaneolly a brown or jet black color. Full and copious directions enclosed. Sold at the sign of thc American Eagle, No. 8-2 G'atbam Street. New York-Price 50 cents, $1 or $ 1,50 per bottle. Sold by Aog. 7,1847— 6m R-WILLIAMS.
Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
Baltimore and Susquehanna RAIL ROAD Pare Reduced THE Passenger Tr&i-n runs daily as follows bolow — Leaves Baltimoreflt 9 o*clock A. M.and arrives nl 6J o'clock P. M. Arrives at V"ork »t 12 o'clock P. At .and leaves for Columbia at li u'rluek, P. M. leaves Columbia iit 2 u'cluek, P. M.and leaves York for Bi>Himi>rt: al 3 ./clock P.M. r'ore from Hatiimorcto York, $1 50 U'righlsville, 2 00 Co'.umliia. 2 12i The Train connects at York wilh Stages for Hurrisburg, ffetUsburg.Ciiarabersbujg, Piltsburg and Yotl» Sorincs. PAI!F. TO RETTYSDURG & HARRISBURG The company is authorised hy the proprietor* of the StO!?e Lines to recrivethe fare through Irom Baltimore to Gettysburg nnd Harrisburg. RALTIMORF. TO GETTYSBURG A.\D HAR RISBURG. Fare throng '' to either place, S3. D. C. El. BORDLEY, Supcr'i. Mav 9—tf Ticket Office, G3 North st.
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. In the Democratic Review for November, 1849, there waa an account of the trial of Harry Blake, for murder, who wus convicted upon circumstantial evidence and hung. About three months after his death, the judge who presided at the trial, received a note from a prisoner under sentence of death, requesting to see him without delay, as hiasentence was to be carried into effect the day following.— On his way thither he overtook an old man walking slowly, who accosted him and recognized him to be Caleb Gray eon, who had been a witness at Blake's trial, and had a eimilir note of his own, but equally at a loss to know the meaning of the summons. They both entered the cell together. The prisoner did not move, but only raised his head, when Grayson recognized having seen him ut a tavern the night before Blake's execution, and at tlie gallows. «• Well, Judge," said he, ** 1 sent for you to ceo if you can't get mo out of this scrape. Must I hung to-morrow !" The Judge ...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
HiESTOKY OF A SONG The Marseillaise retiins the echo of a Bong of victory, and also of a cry of death; it is glorious as one, dismal as the other. Here is its origin: Thore was at that time (17D2) a young artillery officer in garrison at Strasbourg. His name was Roujel de Lisle. He was born at Louis.lc-Saulnicr, in the Jura, a country of meditation and energy, as arc all mountain districts. This young man loved war as a soldier, and the Revolution as a thinker; lie beguiled by verses and music the wcjry impatience of the garrison.— Miich sought after for his double talent of musician and poet, he frequented familiarly thu bouse of Diclrccli, the mayor of Strasbourg and a patriot Ahstim. Dielrccli's wife and daughter partook in his enthusiasm for patriutiem nnd the Rovolu. tion. They loved Ihc young officer; they gave inspiration to his heart, his poetry, his music. They were the first who performed his scarcely unfolded thoughts, full of confidence in the early lispinrrs of bi...
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
TOMMY TICK, THE TALLY MAN * Who h dat knocking at the dor>." 1 Reader! hast Ihou seen in London streets a Bquarchcadcd specimen of humanity, even of tlie gender masculine—a very b\x feet of bad stuff—having- nt his back a pack or bale some twenty inches square, enveloped in a suMc oil skin, which he bearcth over his right shoulder suspended by a serpentine stick or long slofi"? To ihc topmost left hand butlon-hole of his blue coat is oppended a small vial containing* black ink, and unc-third of a grey goose quill ; while from Ihc breast pocket of the aforesuid coat creeps forth a greasy Lilliputian ledger of some two hundred pages, which arc headed with the names of Siinkins and Jenkins, and Nillfl, Hills, Gills, Agqa, Craggn, Bags, and numerous others, who promise to pay for liia rngs. Tommy Tick, the Tallyman, is not unfrcquenlly a native of Yorkshire (above two-thirds ofhis customers arc *' Yorkshire*' too.) The contcnln of his pack comprise paltry Paisly shawls, elu...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
AIATV STUJDMT'S DIAM FOR TWENTV.roi'R H0UR9. Nine o'clock, A. SI.—Was called by the servant to breakfast; demuned to il—found it wouldn't do, lliougli—must fill up the blankc in abdomen. Ten o'clock—Fell a little squeamish—intemperance had taken away the tone of my stomach—took a drop of stimulus, by way of replevin, to get il back again. Eleven o'clock—Peeped into Coke—what a big; book il is—look up a music-book, and liiitnm'd over 'The Last Rose of Summer,' walked out to a neighbor's and swallowed another replevin fitimu* lunl. Twelve o'clock—One of the 'fancy' looked dag. gers at me—I Bworo I'd prosecute him for an assault, when lie commenced a mosl tremendous ballery upon my poor carcass—I gave him a rejoinder—I then darted my head inlo his stomach by way of a rebutter, when he fell to the ground* and I won the cause. One o'clock—Took a littlo more of tho usual replevin—sat down to dinner, and ate a slice of liam—made five resolutions to live more temperately—took a glass of...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
Ag-cncy of tlie Canton TEA COMPANY. BP?s^>- The undersigned being the authorize d SS&^Aecnts for the sale of the SUPF.KIOR *ivJlt;TKAS, imported hy tlie Canton Tea Company, of the City of New Yok, invite a trial of their Green and Black Teas, embracing the best selections this side of China. Every Package Warrenlcd. * J. D. &. J. WRIGHT. Columbia. April 7, 1847.—If Agency of the PEKIN TEA COMPANY. jp jsy?, THE SUBSCRIBER keepi constantly fcty-ifci-'ii on hand an assortment of fresh Teas, im'wi2£lS poried liy the J'eUin Tea Company. Any Teas sold hy me that does not give entire satisfaction, cm he returned and exchanged, or the money will be refundeJ. C. WESTBROOK, Locust street, Columbia, IV April 7,1847. REMOYAL. _i.isni5li«». P. S<:H REINER has removed 1 "SsSKiv^^L I"'' WATCH and JEWELl ^yjg ^ffi'^T'^11V R V Establishment to I he Walnut From Bi.ex. recently fitted up by him, between Barr's sind Black's Hotel, Front Street, where tlie public can be...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
iVIetxls.—The following table comprises a list of the metals generally known, with their relative weight, as compared with that of water, which is allowed lo weigh 1,000 ounces per cubic foot:— Platina, - . • 22,000 Gold, - - - 10,000 Mercury, . - - 13,000 Lead, - - - 11,000 Silver, - - - 10,474 Copper, - - - 8,733 Brass, - - - 8,330 Wrought Iron, - - 7,778 Cast Iron, - - - 7,208 Zinc, - - • 7,190 Tin, - . - 7,091 Antimony, . - 6,700 Experiments.—melt any quantity of lead in the open air, and keep it melted until it becomes red lead, and it will be found to have increased in weight ten per cent. Expose a small quantity of mercury in a moderate heat, in contact with atmospheric uir, and it will slowly combine with oxygen, and become red oxyde; but by an increase of heat, the oxygen will be driven off, and the metal will be restored. Place together, on a shovel, a little sulphur and mcrcuty, and make the whole red hut over a strong 1 fire, and the beautiful paint, called vcrmillion,...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
The Mas who fohgot mis ows name.—It is a fact known to many persons in this city, that some years since, a high and respectable citizen of a Southern cily called at our post office and sM t "have you got any letters for me!" " What is your name sir," said tho clerk. The gentleman raised his left finger to his nose, luukcd grave and paid, u I will tell you directly," and turned on ht9 heel out of the office. A few yards from the post office he met a. friend, who said, " How do you do, Mr. ?" " That's it," said the gentleman; and returned to the office, told his name, and obtained his letters. A French Clergyman's opmox;or Dancixo.— The cure of Guadian, in the Mcurthc, has been ordered by Ihc magistrates to pay, with other crpenscs, 25 francs to a muiicinn, who fiddled as the parishioners danced ou St. Mcdard'ft Day, and whose instrument the reverend gentleman smashed in consequence. The cure, however, was not [o be intimidated; ho announced from the pulpit, that if there should b...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
THE MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH BY JAM EH O. PEADODY. What mean the miles ofgleaming wire . Stretched mil afar o'er lull and plain, An iftoBtritiR some massive lyre To ring out earth'fc redeeming strain 1 It la a lyre, whose every siring, Shall vibrate to the praise of man-Such tribute to his geniui bring, Ab ne'er was made since time begun. It ic the mnttrrpiece of Earth—The climax nf all future might — Where mini, forgetful ofhis birlb* Infringes on Jehovah's right, It is the path where lightning's fly. Obedient to man's lordly will, Who forced them from their native sky," And chained them down on every hill. Once they were messengers of God. And flailied through heaven's remotest span Cut now they've left their high aboila. To herald oat the ways of man. No more we'll trust the carrier dove . Or iron viced, or lagging gale . But call the lifhtninga from above, To spread the news and tell the talo. Tliey farouupeed the rolling Earth,— And put the car of time aback,— He fore the futur...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!! ORR'S CELEBRATED AIR-TXG-ET STOVES. CJ. TYNDALE, No. 97, South Second . Slrcet, Philadelphia, wishes to inform IH9 friends and tlie public generally, that lie slill rnntinucs to manufacture and sell the genuine Air-Tight Stove, with the latest improvements. After many years oxperier.ee in the manufacture of these Stoves, he is now enabled to offer to Ins customers the Air-Tight Stores with ovens, suitable for dining rooms or nurseries. He has also tlie Air-Tight Stove, on the Radiator plan, which makes a splendid and economical parlor Stove, to which he would call the particular attention of those who want an elegant and useful article for their parlors. Alto, a large assortment of Coal, Parlor and Cooliing Stoves. AH of which he will sell at the lowest Cash prices. The public would do well to cull before purchasing elsewhere. fCTMr. T. would Caution the public against Air-Tight Stoves, made by most Stove makers, as they do not answer the purpose iutended. Phi...