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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
" Miss Snubbe," fisid the Widow Smash pipes, yesterday morning, coming into the houso with an apron full of potatoes,'this id tho Eaquni.aui •tlorin—Green, tho grocer, down to tho curncr, whar I've lieen In pet tlicno parlaters, tells mo so; •nnd ho sayn furthermore . Hi it tho sun is m-t about cresting tho line; I wiah't it wasn't cloudy—I -houM like lo sec wJicili r it crosses it btradling, ur "ops clear over—Pcfrns».'rirnfan. Capt. C. M.CiAy, as Open-iiearted as Brave: —The undersigned, a portion of the prisoners of Encarnacion, for ourselves—and we doubt not, all would, as well as we are capable of doing in woads, express our deep and heartfelt gratitude to Copt. C. M. Clay for liis attention and kindness while we were prisoners with the enemy. When Captain Henry made his escape, and the Mexican cummander, crcitcd by the event, gave orders for the massacre of the Americans, Captain Clay exclaimed: "Kill the officers—spare the men V* A Mexican Mjjnr ran to him, presenting 1...
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
PHILIP G-OSSLBR, ATTORNEY AT L.A1V. Columbia, Lancaster county. Penrin, WILL practice in the several Courts of f«aneasier.)nd VorJicounties. Office.— In Walnut street, adjoi-iinz the Washington Hotel. Mar 6. 1847. DOCT. W3I. S. 31'CORKLE. OFFICE—South East corner of Locust and Second street. Boarding House—with Mrs. Swartz,2 doors below his late resirfence. Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf QPLA SACKS Ground Alu.n Salt. 50 sack* 0 KJ\J Ashton, fine. For sale hy scpt31'47-tf H. E. ATKIN'S & CO. 1 t ' \i \ bi>Ih - M'ickcrel, N.i. 1,2, and 3. 50 bbls. 1 \JU Slr.d. For sale by sef.!24'47-tf H. E. ATKINS & CO. OUBLE EXTRACT OF MUSIC iust received and for sale at LEADER'S. Bcpf21'17 tf. .^YrfO.VS INDELIBLE INK for .lurking linen, silk and cotton without the preparation. For sale by W. A. LEADER. TT7"_9lW5PE3—Two apprentices to learn the W Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper business. Boys from the country preferred. Apply to Columbia, Sept. 11, 1S47. H. PFaHLER. Pink Saucers. ...
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
rf ALL ERESH. g r _ "MIANICFUL for past f.ivor*, and desirous fl»r a _|_ continuance of public patronage, the subscriber nikce this method of crrvirrsr uotice thai bo has just received a large and neiierul supply of freeh Dmas and Medicines, Paieni .Medicines. &c. All of which ho will dispose of, wholesale and Je1ail,»l very moderate price*, wuh a guarantee lo be genuine and of the brsi quality. fie has al-^o received a very large stock of Perfumery, which, in pn-nt of ossorlmeni, quality and cheapness, is unequalled in this place. Lodies and nihers. call and sec lor yourselves. Also a large assortment of Combs and Brushes, verv cheap. R. WILLIAMS, Front St. Columbia. Auausi 14, 1817.—il. Stoves, Stoves. WO <">D, COAL &. COOKING STOVES, of the latest and most approved patterns. Also, Radiator and other improved patterns of Parlor Stoves. For sale at reduced prices, at llie Hardware Store of 1 J. W. COTTRELL.. Tlic Ugliest price will be paid for Old ...
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
A vigorous prosecution of the War, the best meant to secure a speedy and HONOR ABLE PEACE. Front St. S^^^^^^^^ Front St WALNUT COLONNADE CHEAP FASHIO.VABLE CLOTHIMG EMPORIUM. T^j "O. 42, Front slrcrt, directly opposite the X 1 Bridge, and three doors bcloiv Black's Ilulcl, COLUKBIA, PE.V^'A., Would ruspcctliilly call the attention of tiio public tn his stock of FasUionMc and Cheap Clothing, u-hich exceeds in extent, cleg.ince, and variety, any hitherto opened in thi* vicinity, and whicli lie pledge* hrni-Jcirio sell at prircs lower than r-ven he lias before oflurcd. Just look at the priced : Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Dress Co.us, from S5.00 lo S10.00 Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Trock Co.ils, frum . .1.00 to 10.00 Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Sacks and Coatees, from 2.50 to 5.00 Gentlemen's Fine Cloth and Cassimere P.mts, from 2.00 to 4.00 Sjlin and Silit Velvet Vests, PJ.iin and Fancy, bcinjrthe only kind of this quality for &ulo in this place, from 2.50 lo 4.00 Roundabounts and P...
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
KHIiN(;il Mh:iU:\()L-;s ! ! FRENCH MI1UX0S for Cloaks! The Inrgcst and most sjWi:ndrd assortment ever offered in Lmcastur, and comprising cvury shade and color, now opening and for •sale low nt the Xew York Store. GRIEL, HART &. GILBERT. Lancaster, Oct. 1 G, 18-17.—if KKINUKS! CLDAiv KKINGKS!! "T71RINGES of every v.triuly of width and color £ to match Fruncii Merinos at tlie New YorK Store. GKIGL, HART &. GILBERT*. Lancaster, Oct. 1G, 174".—tf CASilMEKK FLAUKsT F OR Clo.iks, Dresses &c. A large and well se-Ict-tud assortment, comprising some new nnd beautiful styles for children*a wear, now opening at the New York Store, Oat. lGf -tf GRIEL, If AUT&. GILRKRT. CI.O i*ilS ! ULOTUS ! ! Cl-O i HS ! ! I BLACK , Blue Black, Brown, Green and every other color, from the beat French und English manufactures, from SI.75 per yard upwards, trom the Button ;ind New York Markets, now opening at the Xew York -lore. Oct. I6-tf GRIEL, HART & GILBERT. CA^SlA...
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
COOKING STOVES GREAT IMPROVEMENT. P/* . ^rEir^/Zr.S /J- atejrf Air.Tifrht and m Hot-Air Summer and Whiter GtiOKING StOVE, Jar Wood or Coal. Sold onl y at No. 86, Baltimore Street ^ Baltimore, by ific subscriber, having the exclusive ri ght to sell them in the States of .Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia and all Pennsylvania weM of tlie Su^rjuclianua river. This cclcbruled Stove has now a character which no other his evtr ultained, and lias been often enough and long enough iried to warrant the declaration that it is the bu»t Cooking Stove in America, and should uny doubt it I ant ready to test it with uny olJier stove, cither as a fuel saver, or com* plutc operator. It him never bean surpassed, if ever equalled, tind I have . uny amount of testimony substantiating- the assertion. The first premium was awarded to this stove at the fair of the American Institute, New York; the first premium by the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia; first premium by the Mechanics 1 Institut...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
WBIGHTSVILLE FOUNDRY. T¥1HE undersigned ha\in£ recently established I un extensive Iron Foundry at W'rightsville, York county. Pa., arc now prepared lo furnish Stoves, Hollow-ware, Car and Machinery Casting's of lh« br-st quality of material and workmanship at short notice. Our assortment of STOVES is large, and of modern and approved pattern^, consisting of 1'LAIS WOOD nnd ROIL.ER TO!' STOVES, vfall sizes; N/XE PLATE COOK. » VIC. TOflY COOK," '• COMPLETE COOK,"—-fur vootl or ran!—And ol/iei COOK1XG S7VVES. AUn—COAL STOVES, of the I.itcst designs and nil sizes, suitable Inr P.irlnr<, Chntnlicrs nnd Oflicc«. Al»n. BOAT STOVES. BOX ST0VF.S, CHARCOAL FURNACES, be, iff., Ac HOLLOW-WARE. Our nssortmcnl of HOLLOW-WAUE consists of Potf, Kettles, Round and Ov.il Ovens nnd Lids, Skilluls, Spiders and Uils, Cook-Pols, Deep and Sh.illow Pan«, Brcid P.m«, Griddles Andirons, WatHcirons Gridirons, Spittoons, Wagon and Car. riagc Boxes, &c, &c., &c, together with...
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
NEW FALL GOODS. rTMlE subscribers have just received their supply JL I'alland Winter, Fort-ign and Domestic Dry Ooods, to which Ilioy inviic tlie attention of llieil friends and llin public generally. CXiOTHS, CASS1ZKEBB.Z3S, <&c. T/icir stock conf-ists of ftiprrior French, line Englkli Bluett, Blur, Bruirn, Mixed, and Olive Cloilis; plain and Fanry Cassimers Sattinets, 't*weeds, Jeans; Velvet and other Vestmgs. Giv du Klnric, Swiss nnd Matteiina DrcS9 Silks. ALPACAS.—Plain, Plaid, and Striped, at IS, 23, 31, 37, 50 cts., &.c. English, German, nnd Fn-ncli Mcrinoes; Plain P.iris Cashmeres and Do Lames Lama und Taricr Plaids. Frenrli, K.irkton and Al.inchrster Ginghnms; Prints of every «u le and price; Plain und Plaid LinM*ys; TujicrGjuzc und oilier White and colored Flannel*. SHIRTINGS.—Three quarters, four quarters, five quarters six quarler-t and ten quarters Bleached and Ifrown Sheetings Blankcls, Tickings, Cheeks, l)oesliills, *tc A splendid assortment of...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
• H') U1,\I> —Jlrertttn Dtneasr Cured in tiro Days.—Thf nin^i ?pc.«il^ rfpi-'ili' fnr jnin" In ih« loins, rfffil «imI i tirdinr afT.'Cli.in« of !)¦¦• kulnuy", flisrn^p nf itie lil-nld-r L'rnv«*l, scininnl wpnli ni*«« Ace. IVrttonn wflo, Uy iiululcitiL' in a «i>rr»*t hnlnt h.ivi- ontiilfil on Ulpr^-^^vI¦l^ rnn^niiiJl-na I dtrhility Ahmilil npp!v ii>- inedi.tf-ly in OR. KljN'KBI.IN, nf Hip IMnlaHetpbiH M> itlcoi Ilnu-p. ih« old-^i iri«titiitinn of Ilir kind hi l\,o citv-Offirf. N. W.cnrniT nf TMIRH niifl VM0\ so., h ' ct\vi***fi Sunrce m rl I» in^. If cqinr**< f.mn Hit- EvrlruisP. TUit.Medictt ffjute nm« <>Mitli|i«he'l hy Vr. K. fiflnen ywr« nc. ("<> <¦ Mil* Min[trfd-i'iti n(* ijiiiirkcrv, Hicr« tiffinp •nitinny prrft'itM, wiitH'Ut t,!)nivIf i(ln', nninr nr rh ir:iLl<r, who put irivtTiirii'UKMiif in t\ir pitlilfr pipfr-. that an ui-* I it hi inn it ft hia kftul wn* lnc'i'v nTei^nry to pn*vpnt llif* affltcie...
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
MORE NEW GOODS AT FR*T & SPAKGLER'S. THE subscribers have jusl received and .ire now opining anothet splendid assortment nf goods, which they arc determined to sell ut such prices us cannot fail to please. All they ask is a call, as they are confident of suiting those who wish to purchase. FRY & SPANGLER. Cuiu'iib'ia. Octo' ier 30, 1317.—tf. MUFFS! MUFFS'! A Full assortment of MUFFS and BOAS jusl received and for a tie at oct30'47-lf FRY & SPANGLER'S. FEtWVlTE 8JMJLE. I OFFER lo sell at private sale, nil that ccrtair THREE STORY BRICK HOUSF. nnil lot o ground thereto lielongir»g, situate on Front slrtcl between Locust and Walnut street, in the borougl: of Columbia, now occupied by Mr. E. Raub. If tile ahuvc properly is not sold hi'fore the firsl day of December licit, it will be for rent. JACOB STR1CKLER. Columbia, Oci. 23, IS 17—3t » MORE SEW GOOD.i! CALL and see i!h; £]i!cndid assorlinent of Sew Good-, jusl received bv oc23M7.ll ' J D. & I. WRIG...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
Z.OOK HERE NEW YORK-CHEAP STORE, Front Strfcty Columbia, Pcnn'a, THE subscriber is now selling «ff at C05*T hi* entire stock of new nnd well selected Dry Gond^, Groceries Hats, Cn;js, Bno'p, 6'hoes ant ready made Clothing, without reserve. •S'irongerd nnd citizens will save 20 per cent.. h\ calling ai the New York Cheap .Store, before making ihcir purchases elsewhere, as the Great Reduction of Prices will induce every jiersun *vi&hmg Cheap Goods, to buy wnliom lunlipr trnublc. &1*1ISIjY GROCERIES, Such as Ci'fT'C. Sugar, Molasses, Tea*. Fihh, etc Ready ftSade Clothing, Such as Coats, Fains, Vests, Slnris. Drawers. Collars, IJo-nnis. iSuspfjndur.-, eic ; nit of whicli * *'jjj be sold cheaper tln%n n< any other &iure in Columhia, to close :lie cjiict-rn. BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS, •Vcliiii^ m ali'iii h i Ii price ; Ci) ir»e heavy 1J(mcs (or winter, fine c;il! s-lun d->. ; al?n, lUitgaua of ill varieties and ^izpb, f-cllinjr nfl* cheap. HATS AND ...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
BOOKS AND STATIONERY TUST received a large and well solcclcd assurtfj menl of miscellaneous Books. ALSO-SCllOOL BOOKS & STATIONERY. BLA^K ECCZS Of every variety for sole cheap at the Columbia Book Store, Locust Street, opposite lh n - Po»l Ollicc. E. H. SMITH, WHOLESALE DEALER IN BOOTS, SHOES, BONNETS, CAPS, PALM LEAF HATS, <tc. 10S Race Street—U'lriic Siv.in Hotel Pliiudclpliia, Pniladclphia, Oot. IC, 1SI7-CI. The fjnrg'csf nnil moNit splendid Stock ol' Wry 4*oo<ls B TVER offered in llir city of Lancaster, is now lZl being opened at TUB DEE HIVE, Nnrlli C^ui-en ^Ireel, wliolesulc simj retail. This ptueli lias ju*l tieen received direct from Dn.ston, New York and Pliiladelplii.i, and enin;>riM*s some o( ihe iare»t barfjains olthc d.iy, for 1 ? .iH jnd Winter s.ilt-s—Sl'awls, Silks, 3Iur:nnL'.=, Ribtiony, Glovc«, Hosiery, &.c. SiMit. 24—tf
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
P EKIN TE \S nf all kinds, to he h?d fresli at YOUNG & CASSEL'S Store, No. 50, Columbia, aiisr. 7, 1847—tf UMBRELLAS. IN Creat variety varying in price from 31 j cents and upwards nt FltYS SPANGLER'S. Columbia, Aug. 7, 1847—If Soaps, Soaps, Soaps. OLD Brown Windsor, tho True Fine. Palm highly perfumed, English Ca»tile Perfumed Variegated, Sand BjIIk. Crystallino Tailor's, and » superior amnrtnienlofiSlioving Soaps. For isnle by J,ept24'47-lf W. A. LEADER. ANTED—2 JOURNEYMEN TAILORS. Apply lo JOHN JORDAN, Columbia, Oct. 9, 1857. Locust Street. mHE LADIES are particularly invited to oil I eotlj and examine tho*o beautiful Bonn^" Ribbon»,all new. F«ll Stvlcs. now opening at tIie "- BEE inVE, North Quotn it. Sept. 24—tf F OR wile a light two horse wagon nearly new. Annlv to FRY JtiPANGLER. Co[o,nl,ii.. Ocl.l6.1847-tf. FRESH ETHEREAL OIL, »t Young & Ctu. «cU' ,Na50,FiootSuwitColumbia- oct9.lT
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
NEW COLUMBIA TEA AGENCY FOB THE SAI.COFTIIIi SUPERIOR TEAS OF Jenkins & Company, TEA DEALERS, PHILADELPHIA. npHE Subscriber has taken the Agency for the JL sale of tlioi,c excellent Teas—lius received and will he kept HU[>]>Iicd with n full npsortment ol Greens and Blacks of the various kinds and qualities; and which it i« confidently believed will, on trial, speedily take the preference in this community over all other Tens. TJiey are in neat packages of ^ £, and 1 Ib. each, Libelled with their name, the kind of Tea. and price, wilh n metallic an well as paper envelope for preservation of the qualify, having Tall weifflit of Tta in each. One of the Purlncrs of the concern (who selects the Teas) learned Ihis dilji<-iilt lnu.incm of the Chinese them«plves, Imving resided among them many years, at Canlnn, engaged in the Tea trade. Possessing thin extraordinary ndvantagc, the ability of ihe Hnure is unqucAionnlile, nnd may be relied upon for furniiliiofr,...
Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
COLUMBIA LIVERY STABLES rjilIE subscriber having fitted up a Livery M. Stable, in (he Borough of Columbia, at the Washington Hotfx. would respectfully call I tie attention of the citizens and comrnu nity to that fact. He. having gone (0 considerable care and expense to get up such a stand as the town never yet had, would Uejx leave to announce, the " he has prepared himself with a good anJ SAFE STOCK OF HORSES, Together wilh different kinds of Carriagfs, to suit the (ravelling community, now »bks « Oiareof patronage due to a public <ro<>rj* nnd hopes by strict and prompt attention to his line of business, to merit the same. THEREFORE: Ye youthful heroes, all draw near Ami lo my Treble song give ear, If >ou in Horsemanship dblight And on some balmy moonlit ' night. Perchance some fair one at your side, Enjoy the pleasure of nn evening ride. A < * nrria;r<». Hor«c or Cnncfi yon need To J. B. Edwards, then fir-t speed. To serve you all, y...
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
TEUKIBRA SHAWLS. A Splendid assortment of Tcrkirra and other J\ uliawb. Just received at Zc2'41 FRY &. SPANGLER'S. BI..WK.ETS! BMXKKTS!! For sale very low at FRY & SPANGLER'S. oc2'47 A New supply of Tarlnn and Monterey Plaids for ladle*' wc»r, just received nt Beplll'47-tf YOUNG &¦ CASSEL'S No. 50. rpHE newest and best styles of Gimps and X Fringe*, just received nt tcpt 1 L'-t7-tf YOUNG i. CASSEL'S S». 50 ^ S ILK warp, lustre Plaid and striped Alpaccas, just received at neptl 1'47-tf YOUNG &. CASSEL'S No. 50. O RLEAXS LUSTRE at YOUNG & CASSEL"S No. 50. sepll 1 '47-tf A FRESH a.torlment of all kinds of tho bast BpieM jll.t r-eeivfd nt upUl'47-tf V JUNG &. CASSEL'S So. SO.
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
I->EUi>iii4TON'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPARII'LA, fur the re. moval and permanent cure of all diseases arising from sn impure stale of the blood. Prepared only \ ,y W. A. LEADER. 1 Bept24'47-lf "WINTER'S COMING/ 5 A REVEBY. The cnlrl wfndpnf nuiitmn figli fid o'er Ihe Icr, A nil ili* ' Stnrni-Kpirit Tmi c« in horn hie ptee ; On tint i>rm-t nf tt o* tlrtoil iht* «er« firt««t-lfR*M flnat. A«>rJ Nnliire'i voice wtnsperc *• Man, buy th tta Coat'*' Whai. Snow 1 by my fiilh I if am turninc tn itone • Tli* I^nt'n n iroorl lltine. hut i« w>p\*** diitnc, Nn inne^r in Stnrnn^r* * liflit livrrtf fir^pxrd, 1 muit have Winter Dtawtrs, Pants. Shirt* and a Fiut/ And nnw, whTctn buy rhMpfft. inri w1i»-r* to buy beet And wh'TH rrtn 1 !»» ttm^i hMrftmtnfily rtrrp«rrt: '• Avili'ti- i- th»- rnh"—1»" in- *>¦* z in !»*•¦ ****py. ** Phctimam looms up U.f Ullefl, I'll go tliero and iry! Th* wind ihrinri>m ¦ ' <?« !" »n/J th* *inrm-*pirit jir...
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
LIST OF BOOKS Recently received and for sale at the COLUMBIA BOOK STORE , Locust Street, opposite the Post Office, Hume and Trav. Library l.ndir?' Work Box Cs|it. Ilol'eriH The Busite Laughable Stratagems Lnvpr* * Mnrles nf Ireitind M-irolot: I,nv«*rV Sonif* and Italluds Horse kffppr'i GiiMe Ropb'h linnk Ke«cimr Last .Iiysnf Totujxiu W,i.<>hiiii!tuii ami lnsO'en's Eugene Arum U\iy \n l.tve HVII Mi-»h Pickering's Novels Hfitliti umdc E>*y Mary Morns l.siili^s* Work TuMe Bonk Literary Lathe* of England IlniiicJtV One in of f,tfe Evelyn Nnr«f' ^ Uliytne Hook Mattel, I lift Actress AI-iiMm Rpsciled IVHii CIiuiiiI't-* Inf. for People PJiurmutliy nf Evil Rofc «f Wi«»ati|knn Life nl Gen. Tivlnr Tmin-lV Gnidi; Mexico and Iier Military Grfpn on t*n>tiUl.ns CMrftnirn 1'orir.ntf- nfGi*n. Taylor t.\(fnfG^.. Mfivflte " Iii't<*peiiil'LU fl.tll Tuyl.iriin.l |m General) American Wife Aim Cnlifirnm MntlitW M»rfiril Guide CoiiqiifM of S'inia F*e Irif.mt Trt'.i...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
TO THE AFFLICTEDMACKENZIE'S A CERTAIN and effectual cure for A ^ue and Fever, Dumb Ayue, Chills or lnterinilU'iit Fever, L'nrlvallcd and Unequalled. The cencral causes that produce a^ne nntl fever, ure the miasma of exhalation arising from wimi't, marshes, riveis., canal'!. &.c., aclcd upon bv heat, warm days succeeded by cold nights. The tendency is .tlsoenhanced by sudden chanscs in the temperature, poor diet, ere I fatigue, intemperance, grief, anxiety, debility,exposure tocold,lyinj in damp ro .ins, &.C., Sic, .Sec. All tins may be remedied by purchasing one or two boillc of Mackenzie's Febrifuflc of GEORGE A. MILLER, Dmsgist. West Kmp Street, Lancaster, Pa. Cnlnmhia. Oc .2 IS 17—Gl.
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS THEY have come to B. Young, at No. 50. The Fall and Winter Fashions Tor 1847 & 8, which, for taste, cannot be surpassed by the world—they are the most perfect ever hrou!_ht before the eyes of the people of this globe. Persons wis ' hinij tVieir garments cut and made in the most elesant s'ylc, will do well by calling at B. Young's Tailoring establishment, JVo. 50, Front street, Coumbia, where they will have their work executed to perfection ami witli despatch. ' P. S. Persons wishing lo purcliase superior cloths, rassimercs. vesting? and trimmings, such ns cannot be liad at any other store in Columbia, will do well by calling at Young & CasscT's Store. .No, 50, Front street, where there is one of the best selections of Ihcahov-e goods in the country. They will also warrant the quality, cut make and fit of all the goods ;licy sell and make up. They arc thankful for past favors and hone lo have a share of patronage. YOUNG & CASSEL. Col...