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Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
HOVER'S First Prcmuisn Writing Ink. This Ink his for a long while become established as a National article, and lhe followm " testimonials from Washington Cily, prove it' s merits to that distinction. House of Representative*. Washington City, I'ehiuary 24, IH'l^i. I state that I have used the Ink, fiunrif; <—. present session of Coujfrrsi. mxntith ' .tti tt-A :.- • Jo«cph E. Hover, Esq., of Plnlai]«:l:,-.r.-i. >.-> ' . ' have found i> to be annrlich. - of rr.^-.* >.z . ' . *.:. qualli}'. JOHN WHITE. H-,:-.--r !i-.. (¦ ¦¦ Pattnt OJjirr, ]VanF,ir,^t^ /n i /> rj ^ February 2-1, 1^J. 'J Sir—Your Dlack Writing lr.lt i,h. >.••,: <!•<¦'. in this Office since October last, ar.ri it «./.•;.•<:-ly approved. 1 am rc>;,»-ci(ully. J. VV. HAND, Chief Ckrlt. Mr. Joseph E. Hover, Philad. Hover ' s Adamantine Cement The following from Iiicliuell's Reporter will best illustrate its value: • ' Mr. Hover minulactjrcs *' Adm...
Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
CIlfclAL' WATCHES 8l JEWELRY £»v i.7 7 i:r. ^% WATCH & JEWELY STORE," '/•. •:. • •'. '.' -«~. :-;,]^cir-i; •. •.. s $:; oo '•• .. •n; ¦ • '•i'-:«i !. ',' , j -—-:.€.d, 23.UU ' ¦ . »•*;.»»*.' V," i*.- i.» \, \"^fzi jeivel*, 18,00 ". ¦ '¦ I.-:. :-. V.' a -chfii, ji-A-eiN-d, finest • ;- • ; ' 13.00 ' :.,.¦<-. '. ¦ r .ii'^tX.br WhIcVici, 10.OU I .'. • ,on t^'-fitijir Wacchts, 5,0(J <; . 'ii,-. t-ci..i. 8,00 J in*- .SiJ^er bp*?cla'-lcn, 1,75 (i A'. Bracelets w:lh !o|taz stnncg, 3.SO Larf.ch fiold PinciU, 10 caraLi, 2.00 (io ' A Fnuer K111511 37j eonls lo $?—Watch r;li-M«, plain 12J cents, patent 19}. Lunet 25. Oltitr arlicl-5 in pmportion. All g»ods warranted lo be what they a.e sold for O. CONRAD. O 1 hand, s*>me Gold and Silver Lexers, I.epincs and Qua'tier* Iov^e^ than the at-ovc prices. Phibdel|.hi.i, April 10, 1817. ly
Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
HASCE'S SARSAPARILLA OF I1LOOD PILLS. HaN'F. 'S Firmimrill.i nr lll"nd TilH. Fifiy Pills In a f'-' .i : T l"* clicTp'"'! ami lirsl M<*(Iirln^ m i-jctstence ' J.vr-j i>»r^r.ri ^ lir> ih «nt.j^ci to IJihrxM F'vr-r should i.I 'j I'i " If » U,nti rtt.il H"»t,-I1l hv IK lilt; n linjt tii llm bJIWiJlPJIUllXJl OR BLOOD PILLS! p«-r» i * Jtfflir'^d w il Ii Coauvf iifB*., should try II ( .SCl'fl .-AUSAI'AHIM.A OUni.OOD IM1.I.U. V-.-i ' .ttft afi<1 C'-iill'-nian trnuMcrl \\ in Pini(ilci on Hi' Tncf (.riotilil Irv tho tJlHk/IPJItlLLJI OH BLOOD PILLS! - ii c , p p. I lie IJrirs re 11. ved hy HAV'.'C 1 - f M' .-Al'AUII.I.A Olt III.OiiD PILLS : tl'i^h' t. f hi,' 1 . GI-lrtiiifB* nirrrt l,y iikiiii; lhe :.JIIt>./lP.1MI.l.A OH Bl.OOD PILLS! It-'.*, t.' '»» tn d c*ri<T.il U^l>.lit\ cmpij bv i:a:>(.C'i -*h-ai'*i uli.a ou ni.nou pills: iT'I'-r"!"r "n '"• enroll bv mine !.JHaJH'JIHlLlJI OH U1.0O1J PILLS! i rF"'n-i.iw" j lii vi-l-ikftn cnnairlernh...
Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
I^niM***! * Against Lklng rOMMOX 1»I2E8*A1SKI> CSJALIi: TB^IinV arc not aware how frightfully injurif ous it ib to the c Uint how coarse, how r.'ii^h, how salloiv, yellow, and unhealthy the skin appears after uiing peparod challs ! " Uesidei il is injurious, containing a lar^e quantity of Lead ! We have prepared a beautiful vegetable article, wl'tch vvt* call Josicj?.' Spnuawh ffiily While. It i*5 perfectly innocent, hoing purified of all dcleter.ous qualities ; and it imparts to the skin a natural, healthy, alabaster, clear, living white; at tl.c same tune acting as a cosmetic on the fc'iiii. r.iaUin^ it snfl :ind smooth. Dr. James Ai:ricr«.on, Practical Chemist of M:iss:«chTi'-( tts.«r.)': " After analyzing Jones' Ppanc-ii Ijily ^Vhitu, 1 find it possesses tlie most beautiful ai.il natural, ami at t!ic same time innocrnt white I ever taw. 1 certainly can conscientiously ircommcncl its u«e to all h hoso ^iij rtHjuircs Lc :uitii\ ing." i J rice 2.1 cents a Bnx. Vnr s»a!e hv...
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
CriESNUT STHEET HOUSE NO. 121 CHESXUT STREET, A yilW DOOUS BEI.OW FOURTH,r>0nTIl SIDE. The stibscriber respectfully informs his friends and the puhltc in general, that he still continues to keep the above establishment. Kvery psiius is at all tunes ta,."^n to render this one of tlie best, and, from its central situn!ion,it is, one of the most convenient Hotels in the rity. His Taiii.f. is furnished, at all times, with the nlmicesl delicacies of the season. His Winks and L,io .l*uhs aic not surpassed by any oilier establishment in this cily. His .Servants are caref'il ,honest and obliging Terms of Boarding to suit the times. Country Merchants and business men will find lhe location of the Ciiesnut St. House, in Iho most husincss part of Philadelphia. The subscriber pledges himself that every tiling in bis power shall be done lo give snlisf:u*[uui lo those who fnvor him wilh their patronaie. SAMUEL MILLER, l"nl.id., Srpl. 2T.—ly P;opnctor.
Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
CIRCASSIAN OIL, For the Preservation, Beauty, Growth and Restoration of the Hair* rpIIIS valuable preparation excites the Bcalptn a J_ new and healthy action, cleanses it from scurf and dandruffs prevents the hair from falling off or becoming prematurely gruj", cures those eruptive diseases which often appear upun the head, and in a majority of cases produces a fine growth of new hair. It also gives the hair a rich and beautiful appearance, unequalled by onv thing of the kind. In addition to all its usefulness as a preserver and beautiticr of the hair it removes all unnatural hnrnhncss and dryncss of the liuir, which oftca precede its lo^s, and should never be permitted to rontinuc without tibinfj remedies. For thb toilet . Ladies and Gentlemen will fn.d this an admirable* article. It gives a luxuriant, silky, soft and fine brilliancy to the hair and curU, filling the minds of the beholders wilh admiration and aim oat wilh envy. All this for only 25 cts. a bottle. For t*ale b y oc...
Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
€)cu:biMCu:c ! Qacbmarc ! ! L )\f'$F&332£i < ^^ e snbscritiers icsprcifully cnl ^gj^^jj^/thc atlcmion ol the citizens generally, tu ih,-ir assortment ol Hardivati-c, Glass. Paints, Oils, Cedar-Ware. We hive just receivcl in addition to our stock HARD WAKE. CUTLERY and Building \t*te ' rial- of all description, su< h as LOCKS, HIXGES SCRP.IVS, NAILS and SPIKES. ' C5l£SS o£ a C! gjfjts, PAINTS, I.inseed, Sperm and Whale OILS, Bar, Rod and IIoop Iron, of nil siz.s, ANVILS. VICES and BELLOW, of :he besi quilily, all of which we offer at tho loM-e-t prices. Persons wishnn; :o purchase iwll find it to ihuir advantage lo call ot RUMPLE &HESS"S, Coumbia, April 7, 1S17—tf. Locu-l St.
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
COZiT7XtX33Z.& BOOK &.TIV STATIONERY STORE. j* >jj7~tm C. WF.STBKOOK keeps con-£•' itr/Aft' Manlly on liuncl a larije and well TttiiffcBT^^ selected assortment of !\1IS('KIj LAA'toOS BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS, of all discripttons, from the small pocket memorandum to the substantial!* bound tlcmy. Lctlcr and Cap P APKR, hv the ream,<iune, nr hii'Ho •beet. SCHOOL HOOKS. S-rials, J'eiiorticals, Newspapers, Uc. Staple and Kiiuuy STATION A HV, Brazil", Combs. Pulses, Pocket Books, Toilet :md Pockets Minors , Razor Strops, Sh.vnur .simp-,; Pasieljtwrd. Ivory. .Marabo and Steel Studded PANS, and nu nerous other arlicles, all of which will be sold very low for cash. S". B. ' Cash paid for Hue's. Columbia. April 7. 1S-17.
Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
A FINE! SET OP TEETH rOR 33 CK.\TS WH ITE Teelh .foul breath, healthy gums Yellow and unhealthy teeth, after once or twice cleaned with Jones ' Amber Tooth Paste. have lhe appearance of the most beautiful ivory, andat the &aine time it is so perfectly innocent and exquisitely 6ne, thai its constant daily use ii highly advantageous, even lo those teeth that sire in good condition, giving them a beautiful polish,and preventinja premature d' -cay. Thoso already decayed it prevents from becoming worse—it also fastens such as aro becoming Ino^e.nnd hy pprseverance it will render the foulest leeth drlicaiply while, and makes the breath deliriously sweet. Price 25 or 37} cents a Box. For sale bv Aug. 17,847-6m. R. WiLLIAMa
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
Morning Train Again. BETWEEN yORK, WRIGHTSV1LLE AND COLUMBIA. TH E President and Directors ot the Baltimore and Susquehanna Rail Road Company having consented to continue lhe Morning Train between the above places. OCTThe Car will leave Columbia Daily, [Sundays excepted] al Gl o'clock A.M.and the Train will leave Wriglitsville at GJo'clock. Returnina, the Train will leave York at 8 o"clock, A. M. D. C. II- BORDLEY, April 17.18-17. Sup't.
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
SUNDAY TRAIN, BAM 1MORE &. SUSQTJEHANNA R.R. The Mobsiso Passcxger Train will run from Baltimore regularlyhereafter, on Sunayat 9 o'cluclc A. ftl., and Detciimso ivill tart from Columbia at 1J P. M., Wrightsvillc 2 P. M.and from Yorlt at 3 o'clock. P. M-, as on oilier days of the week. The mail between Baltimore and Yora *vil! ba carried by this train. >"oolUer train will rnnon Sunday. D. C. II. BORDLEY, Supfirinlendent of Transportation. Oct 27, 164G.
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
Notice to Builders. THK ¦>; ' ¦¦->¦¦ /:--. ^ i :;,;s.,: ¦ . ¦ ¦> . ,t,Pn, fnr u.e y-:- /^••¦ v" , ri.vih <^i;ahry, and n pr/;;,^.. •: " . \ . . ;- ., j;...'. »,tllCP of a nouse or Llif;j im> :.•.«, >><- . V.J-,-,.,] lr) ,|10 County, he )i»viri ? <-f. >.::S. !• -. » r. ., : ,„ Columbia, at all 11 rr,« t. f-*. •^•^- \ * .- #. , ,f ^|a(e and cau furrmr, vrst,.,. ,; .. . *y •.,.; ' ,/, cx. perirnce. All rooK v>- *-r*t>'*r'. i f/L ttj li-^k if the Building doe* nrji u\k <r i'i»t way. Charges moderate lo «uit Oir- itmo>. JEREMIAH BROWN" , Accm for :ho Hon. Jorcmiah Urowo i: Company Culumbu, Juue 12,1347. . q™
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
Baltimore and Susquehanna R A IL ROAD Pare Reduced THE Passenger Train rune daily us follows licl.iw — Leaves Ualtimore.i: 9 j'clock A. 11. and arrives oi R} o'clock P.M. Arrives nt. York at 12 o'clock P. M.and leaves for Columbia it 1} " 'flock, I' - MLeaves Columbia «i *? o'clock, P. M .and icaveB Yorl: for Baltimore n< 3 " 'clock P.M. r'nre from Ballimoro lo York, $1 50 U'rightsnl'p, " - 00 Co '.umlua, . 2 12J Tr.c Train connects at York with Sti-iesfor Hiirrisburg, fictlyiburg, Chambersburg, Pitlsburg ar.d Yoil- SpiingV FAKE TO GETTYSBURG .t HARIUSBURG The comj'.my is authoiisnl hy the proprietors of the Staqe Lim'S to receive I he fare through trom Baltimore to G011 vsi'iir,; :md ll-uri^burp. BALTIMORE TO UKITYSBURU AND HAR RISBURG. F.irc throne; 1 ' t"either plnee, 5.3. ' D. C.H. HORDLEY, Snpci'i. ¦\r *v n—tf Ticket Oli'n-c, G3 North st.
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 6 November 1847
1 0NES' SOLUTION OF JET, an instanta-¦I dcous liquid human hair Dye, for dyeing light, red. or grey bair permanently a brown or jet black color. Full and copious directions ••ncloBed. Sold at the -i^n 01 the .A merican Eazle. No. SO C'atrmm Street. New Ynrk-Price 50ccnu. ?1 or91,50p*r holt!p. SoM bv Aue. 7,1847—Cm R- WILLIAMS. "
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
A SCENE FROM AA UNPUBLISHED TRAGEDY. The ttage represents a Tra-Garden in tlit neigh. horhood of London. The following scene is from an unpublished tragedy, the authorship of which can be assigned to no living writer. It combines much of the philosophising spirit of one, a great dea] of the mys< tcry of a second, and all that terseness for which a thirdjs so eminent. Who the first, second and third arc, to whom we allude, it would not perhaps bo delicate to indicate. Enter Rinjluio disguised as a Waiter. Itinaldo (Musing 1 .) It must be—no, it mustn't —yes, it must, Though " must" might after all be only " may;" But "may" and "must" are very much alike, And after all what " must" be "may" be too. Onwards I drag my miserable life, My large estates in Italy are sold, My title to n Marqulsalc is lost, My wife and children I have left behind, My creditors have sought for me in vain . While I—but 'tis no matter—T nm hnre. Enter Jenkins at the hack of the Stage. Jenkins. Waiter...
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
THE DAUGHTER. A TALE OF TWEEDMOUTH MOOR >\ hen the tyranny of the last James drove his subjects to take up arms against him, one of the most formidable enemies to his usurpations was Sir John Cochrar.c, ancestor to tho present Earl Dundonald. He was [one of the mo6t prominent actors in Argylc's rebellion, and for ages a settled gloom hung over the house of the Campbells, enveloping in common ruin all who united their fortune in the cause of Us chieftains. The same doom encompassed Sir John Cochmne. Ifo was surrounded by the king's troops—long, deadly, and desperate was his resistance, but at length, overpowered by numbers, he was taken prisoner, tried, and condemned to die upon the scaffold. He had but a few days to lire, and his jailor waited the arrival of his death-warrant fo lead him fortli to execution. His family and his friends had visited him in prison, and exchanged with him the last, tho long, the heart-rending farewell. But there was one who waB the pride of ...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
Stoves, Stoves. TTTTOOD, COAL &. COOKING STOVES \\ of the latest and most approved patterns. AlsoKadiator and other improved patterns of Parlor Stoves. For sale at reduced prices, nt tlio Hardware Store of . J. W. COTTRELL. The highest price will be paid for Old CastingsFlax seed, Clovcrseed, Timothy seed, A:c Columbia. aujj.21, 1847.—3m Agency or ( TEA COMPANY. KKW " The undersigned being the authorize d Milt^cents fo r the sale of the SUPERIOR * S.S> /; TBAS, imported bv the Canton Tea Company, of Ihe City of New Vok, invite a trial of their Green and Black Teas, embracing the best selections this side of China. Every Package Warrenled. J. D. & J. WRIGHT. Columbia, April 7,1847.—tf Agency of Hie PEKJN TEA COMPANY. ESph THE SUBSCRIBER keeps constantly i'^f4>.* 1 ' n on hand nn pssortment of Fresh 7Vas, imwSjponed by the Pelt in Tea Company. Any Teas sold hy me ihnt does not give entire satisfaction, cm he returned and exchanged, or the money will b...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!! ORB'S CELEBRATED AIR-TIGHT STOVES. CJ. TYNDALE, No. 97, South Second . Street, Pliiladelpliia, wishes to inform his friends and the public generallythat he Itill continues to manufacture and sell the genuine Air-Tighl Stove,with the latest improvements. After many years experience in the manufacture of these Stoves, he is now enabled to offer to bis customers the Air-Tiglit Stores with ovens, suitable for dining rooms or nurseries. He has also the Air-Tight Stove, on the Radiator plan, which makes a splendid and economical parlor Sloveto which he would call the particular attention of tnose who want an elegant and useful article for their parlors. Also, a large assortment of Coal, Parlur and Cooking Stoves. All of which he will sell at the lowest Caeh prices. The public would do well to call before purchasing elsewhere. KT Mr. T. would Caution the public against Air-Tiglit Stoves,ma.de by most Stove makers, as ihev do not answer the purpose intended. Philadelp...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
B. E. MOORE. I. N. RISDON. MOORE & RISB)OiV, MSKGiTAUT TAILORS, No. 70 South Tkhd Street, nenrbj opposite the Exchange, Philadelphia, T T> ESPECTFULLY nnnouncc to their friends f\j and ihc public that they are constantly prepared to make :u older, ot tliu finest and beat ino* icriuli. and at nvnJeiaie prices, everv nrlicle of Fashiananle Cloihuig. constituting n Gentlman's Wardrobe, for which their compldc stork nf choice and carefully selected Ct.»(liB, Cusstimeres, Vcsungs &c, ofthe latest and most desirable pnticrns, arc particularly designed. Ttioir own practical know.edec of the business and n personal nttennon to every gnrmt'iit. enables I he in to givt) entire satisfaction, and to both old and new customers thev respecifully tender an invitation to tfive them a call. Having been tor years ennnectrd witli some ol the best and moil faBhioiiableestablishments :n tins country, employing n*me but first rate workmen, and bctnn in the receipt of the latest f...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
CHARGES STOKES GLOBE HALL OF FASHION, No. 2DG, Market Street, Philadelphia. /"^LOTHIPfG—A noccssnry and useful a'tide ; \^ / it wrll !>ccomcs every one who buys it, before purchasing to look aiid*re where it can be bought cheapest. I am satUlied (and rcailcr, you u ill be) if you favor me iviih. a c:ill ami luok over my stock'of good- you will not only buy yourself but lei! your friends where CHEAP CLOTHING c»n be h.nl and ihcy will do the same. If you come to the Globe Hall of Fashion and do not find j;oocls twenty per cent cheaper than «tanv store in the city I think'you will say General Taylor never whipped ihe Mexicans! I think he never done anything else. B3TA full stock of clothing suited for the country trade, wMch merchants and others are particularly iuviied t.> examine. CHAK1.KS STOKES, No. 296, Market St.. 3rd d>or brlnw Ninth. Pbiladi'liihia, August 23, 1817.—3m.