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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
CHARRICK WESTBEOOK, EDO-Oil ANO PROPRIETOR. Printing Office—Front Streel, opposite Barr's Hotel. Pubttcathn Office—Locust Street, oppOBite the P. O. Terms>—The ConniBl* Spy is |HiMislietl every Balurdny niornlnp at the low price of ON B DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCEor one dollar aid fifty teiils, If not paid within one monlhof vlic tlinu of subscribing. Blnn'e copies. THIIEK CENTS. TEftXfl OF advkhtisi no—Advertisements i»ot exceed-Inn n square llin-e tunes for81.and 25 cents for each (Ldditiorial mscrlinn. Those of a proalerleiiclh I" propurllon. »-A liberal discount inado to yearly adver' S' Pbiiitino — Such ns Hand-hill". l'ostlns-bills . Cards. Labels. Pamphlets. Blanks of every ilmcription Circularsetc.«Mcexecuted wmti ntjatliessuiiduei*patcll ml r\n reaHmialilelerniR.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
STORMING OP CHAPCLTEPEC, We have already published an account by officers of the storming of Chapultepec and its capture by our gallant troops, but the following description by Lieutenant Charics Von Peternell. of the Ohio Volunteers, who was in the battle, describing the share that they had in the victory, presents a more vivid and graphic picture of the occurences than wan to be found in the general accfluata which have been published:—Ledger. On the evening of the llth, about 5 o'clock, Gen. Pillow came to our regiment, saying-, " that this post (ChapultepecO must fall by the next raoring, as we could nol advance without its possession, and that he had the selecting: of a storming party from the different regiments—men who would be daring enough to engage in this arduous undertaking, and who would cither seal their devotion to their country with tlieir heart's blood, or gain immortal laurels." He called upon those who were willing to join in this dangerous expedition lo step fo...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
All I lie f iIIoh ing :iriictei whirl) have obtained unlinmirU-il rx.piilnrily, are gold by W. A. I.eniiiT. lhe only aeeni for tlie gei.tnnci; articles In CnluniJji-i, ntid liy lurues Smith, Lancimrtir, and John J I.ibiinn. Marietta. Can. turn —Buy nnly oC thu above persuna as ull oilieru are counterfeit: — An Uni-quaM.RD nr^fEDV, Jtnd tin Aimanae fw 1848 Gratis — l-i—l-'or i'old* nnd Feveri«l) fretmsi». trid p*trenttnx l'Vvera *-2rnl—For ApiIimih. l.tvrr cntnpl nnt ami Itilinus aOectintitt. 3rd— KiK IXiarrluiM. Iniliffeatmn nnd f,ns» of j$i>prtttc. 4(li—For (-odtiveni'ss in (uriLiilen und luiilt's. 5lli—Fur Stomarh o.ir«ctm»s.Dyej>£|*pia.ansi I*ties. Tht Great Paints an*, it is nol liuil to ijkc(n*f<r givea pain and nerrr tram one custivr ! For all tli"pc thing" it is wnrramcit iinrquntlc(l,nnd nil wlioilo not find it so may return the bottle and j?et their W Tii!Vm.'ilie.n« i* I.O.YGUtrS Oil RAT Jf'r.STF.R I.YI)rAA* PA.YJII'EA. Fuller description in mi Alman...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
Noticx.—The Preaeytcrian. Congregation will •meet for Divine service, in the Lutheran Church Sabbath morning, at 11 o'clock, and at C in the •evening. Washington National Monument.—We are in. formed that an agent of tho Washington 3^ationul jUonument Society, (Sir. Albert G. llclfcnstein,) intends visiting this place and Marietta, in llio course of a week or ten days, when the citizens •will have an opportunity of contributing their mite •towards the erection of this great national orna. •raent, which will be the pride and glory of the present age, and a momento to all future generations. The Washington National Monument Society (of whicu xi.e Hon. Elisha, Whitllesey is the gencral agent) arc resuming their collections all over the country. The monument is intended to be a purely national affair, raised by Iho voluntary subscriptions of the people of tho Uuitcd Stales. The subscription books are to be preserved in an appropriate room of the Monument, £nd are to be arranged accordi...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
Feline E".fcT!UUTv.—A correspondent of tho Gardener's Chronicle Hlalcs that when the cat is cold, in winter, and yon are cold too, if you put one hand on the cat's cht^t, inti then rub the back with tha other hand, you will (a Frenchman has just found out) receive a shnrp shock, ami two or Uirec weeks after the cat will probably die. A Frenchman has jnct found it out, has hc.7—The fact lus been knuwn in this country as fur back ns recollection extends—all but the dying part. We have tried the experiment many tilnesi but never knew an instance that proved fatal to the eat. Wisdom of Ancient K<;vit.—Tho Church and Slate Gazette notice* the following speculations of Mr. Wild, relative to the monuments of Egypt and Ethiopia, and their signification in reference to mathematical and astronomical traditions : " From out of Hie simplest triangle (the equilateral) he derives the figures of the three pyramids of Ciliizcli—admired by men for the last four thousand years.— He proves th...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
We Acknowi.kimie iiic Coun.—Mr. Henry Cupenhefer of Wcyt Ilcmuncld, has proved that he is a true fanner, filled with that spirit of emulation, which invariably leads to eminent 6ucccs». He last week presented us uilh four cars of corn Ihnt mi ght well hsve been raised in lirobdignag, but which icerc the product of his own tillage.— One of these mammoth cars lias orcr one thousand full and perfect kernels, and the length exceeds fourteen inches, with a circumference of o*cr seven inches. We would thank Mr. Copcnhefcr, and reiterate onr request that thnae having anything excellent may allow uh to put it on record. ¦ - - - ^ -... ' \\ hat are Nrpiimi; h curling waves, Tn U-auu 's \v.i\ in£ curl-. ' "We were led to mukc the above quolatiun, by hearing the barbers and ladies impurting to Leader's Circassian Oil, the peculiar elegance of the glossy ringlets of our Columbia girls. We hope'the' people'every where, will take the hint, and avail themselves of its restorative and bcautifvi...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
Valuable Vegetable Remeuy.—J)r. Swar jnc's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry* is mild and pleasant to the taste, perfectly safe und harmless in hs operation, and yet it is one of the most powerful and certain remedies for Consumption of the Lungs, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Spitting Blood, Liver Coin, plaint, Pains in the Side or Breast, and general Debility of the Constitution, that was ever inventcd by lhe skill of man for the relief of the afllictcd public. Certificates and evidences of its wonder. 1 'ul cur-alive powers arc daily received from all quarters. It is impossible to conceive lhe aggregate uf suffering auj misery llial lias been relieved or banished by it; nor can we calculate the immense benefit that shall 1 accrue from it hereafter.— All ages, suxes, and constitutions arc alike affected by it, and the disease is eradicated from tiio system, the constitution repaired, and health restored by the use of Dr. Swit/iie's Cojnpoiuid Syrup of Wild Chcinj. How many eufferers do wo ...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
A jig in 1 hose.—Once upon an evening dreary, while I pondered lone and weary—over many an olden piper, reading forgotten stories o'er; suddciily I heard a curious, lonclv, ghostly, strungc, ' mysterious grating, underneath the floor ? 'Tis Bomc little mouse, 1 muttered, underneath the office floor—only this and nothing more. And again I trimmed the taper, and once more resumed my paper—aged, forsaken, antique paper—poring its ancient contents o'er; when again I heard repeat- ing this same strange, mysterious, grating, but much louder than before—und it seemed like some one sawing wood beneath the olTice floor; 'ti» no mouse, though I, but more. As I listened, each particular hair stood upri ght, perpendicular—cold, outstanding drops, orbicular soon my forehead cov. crcd o'er—while a strange, mysterious terror filled my soul with fear and horror, sucli us I ne'er felt before; much I wondered what this curious grating meant beneath the floor! Thus I sat and eyed the floor. And thus...
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
7R< Ladies' Faith in Radmatfs Chinese Mcdicttrd Soap. *' I know my face is sadly Hprecklcd With pimples, tan, sun burn, atiil freckles. Erycipelus, scurry and salt rlituin Upon my cuticle atiume To reign wild full authority. These blemishes I soon will cure And make my skin botti fair and fMircs, Uy a soap of superior quality. The Euap I've spoken of, astiure stated. Is Had way's Chinese MedicaLed, For toilet purposes 'ti* said To be better than any other made ; Ho now my friends I will buy A enke of Radivay's floap and- try/* .The lady fair she spoke tlm truth She found the soap the friend of youth, Aud beauty onco more took its place And shone with faith upon lier face, She ever after hr>ld> tier hope In Itadway'a Medicated Soap. Us wonderful effects id spe«d-ity rcn»oving tan ^ SMBIiurh, pimplecr, hlutclics, pustules, bitex of musqiiioes, letiHr.&c,. softening, purifying and cleansing lire fkin from all inipmhicf*, and adding beauty to the comptejci...
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
¦ A Si\Gur.\R Case. —The Hannibal Gnzcttc says that young Houghlon, one of the Marion voluntccrs, was lost on the way from Santa Fc, in a singular manner. We arc told that when the 1 l.nntcr rides into a herd of buffalo, it is often the : case that they become frightened and the whole ¦ mass starts off with furious speed for tho mountains, and there is no wsy to get out, but to keep tho same speed, and work your way gradually from among tl.cm ; to hall would be seisin death, as tho mass would pass over and cruili you, and hunters arc oflcn carried seven and ten miles before they can disentangle themselves from the headlong herd. In this way Mr. Iloughton disappeared. When lasl seen he was flying ovef the plain endeavoring to make bis way out of a drove of several thousand, and has nol been heard of since. Tm Xr.w Moruoh Location. —The Mormons , hive located their grand gathering place about hall way between the Utah and Salt Lake,in California, on a stream which connects the two w...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
MILLER & CO.'S EXPRESS. jjftJjgE-ggi BY. their own Cars in charge ol messengers, nnd under locks, DAILY between Philadelphia, Lancaster, Columbia, Wrights. villc, York, Gettysburg, ¦ Baltimore, W'aihinglon, South, West, North and East, by Evening Mail Trains. M. &¦ Co. nre now prepared to forward in llieir earn, Packages, Parcels, Bundles, light Cases, and all descriptions of goods and merchandize; also Specie, Bank Notes, Drafts, Bills for coltection, orders, &c, lo any of tho above named places by passenger trains and mail speed. Being desirous of affording every facility for the prompt and economical transaction of any commission entrusted to Ihcm, they respectfully solicit the patronaec of all lo tlieir line. All goods or packages roust be marked "By Miller & Co.'s ExprcM." D. F. GRIFFITH, Agent . Miller & Co.'s Eipress, Columbia. Offices.— Corner of Third and Chestnut street, Philadelphia; Chas. Norman, Lancaster; H. Kauffdt, York ; Mus...
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
V PUBLIC &ALJC WITKOUTRESERVE, O N FRIDAY, the 2Cth day of November, will be sold at Lhe public house of Dan ie) HerrC^Vashtngton Hole!,) in the Borough ol" Columbia, the following valuable property, viz: Two Lots of Ground, Situated on Front street, containing in front 50 feet each * and extend in <r in depth 191 feet to a 14 feet wide alleyadjoining properly of James Given nnd others. ALSO, a lot containing 37 feet 6 inches, on said Front street, and in depih the same as the others, on which is erected a TWO STORY FRAME BUILDING, which has been used as a currying shop, and could, by a small expense, bo converted into a dwelling house. Tho first two mentioned wiH be sold together or divided, as purchasers may desire. Sale to commence at half-past six o'clock, P. M*t when terms will be made known by JAMES CRESSOiV. N. B. For further informaliou enquire of Hubert B. Wright. <olumbia. November 13, 1847.—ts
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
DIVIDEND. Columbia Bank & Bridge Comp., ) November 2. 1847 i rpilE Directors of (h is institution liavc this r i*K decIareJ » dividend of three per cent, for the last slx months, payable on and after the lOlhinat. SAMUEL SHOCH Columbia, Nov. 6, 1847. —3t Cashier. MORE NEW GOODS AT FRY .fc SPAXGLEK'S. THE subscribers have just received and are now opening another splendid attortnunt of good*, which they arc determined to sell at such prices am cannot fail to please. AH they ask is a call, as they are confident of suiting those who wish to purchase. FRY &. SPANGLER. Columbia, October 30,1847 tf. MUFFS! MUFFS!I A Fall assortment of MUFFS md BOAS just received and for sale at oe(30'47-tr FRY & SPAVfirpnxi
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
Prodigious. "That's a wcry knowin hanimal of yourn/ said a Cockney gentleman to the keeper of an elephant. 'Very, 1 was the cool rejoinder—*hc performs strange tricks and hantica, 4 docs he ?* inquired the cockney, eyeing the anim.il through his glass:—'Surprising retorted the keeper, we've learned him lo put money in that box you see up there. Try him with a crown piece.' And, sure enough, he took it in his trunk, and placed it in the box. *Well that is wcry bcxtraordinary—haslonishing tiulyl'said the green ono, opening his eyes. *Nuw, let's see him lake it out nnd hand it back ? 4 UV never learns him that trick? retortcd the keeper, and turned away to stir up the monkeys and punch the hyenas.
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
THE SPY & COLUMBIAN. ^ SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 13, 1817. AG E X CIES. V. B. PxuiElt, Xorth West comer of Tiiitd and ¦Chestnut streets, Philadelphia, Tribune Buildings, (opposite City Ha!!,; N. York. South East corner of Baltimore *u J Calvert streets, Baltimore, a*ac\ No. 12 State streel, Bo»lon. Jacob M. WusTiiAEfTira, Lancaster city. Wiujaii A. Piekck. Trivcllinir Acenl.
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
Have respect tor Youk Calliso.—Here » on illustration. A mechanic passing a-ong with uis saw and his axe in his hand, came up with a master sweep talking familiarly with a smart looking boy. "Is that your son?"—inquired the mechanic. " Yes," the sweep replied " he is." " You <!ont surely intend to make a sweep of that little fellow, do you?" " If he behaves himself," rejoined the father 1 shall, but if he is not a good boy I will bind him apprentice to a carpenter, or some such trade.
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
valuable I^ot For Sale. V liOT OF GROUND on Locust street, in the Borough of CoJi>mbia, lately sold as lhe properly of George C. Lloyddeceased, is now offered at private sale. If not sold before tlic evening of Saturday, the -4th of December next, it will then be offered for sale by public ont-cry, at the Washington Hotel, kept by Col. U. Herr, at 7 o'clock. H will be divided to suit purchasers. If not said on the 4th of December it will be rented. ABRAHAM BRUNER, SAMUEL SHOCK. Columbia, November 13,1847.—ts-
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
REMOVAL. JOECX? F. HOUSTON", ATTORNEY AT LAW. HAS REMOVED his LAW OFFICE to tbe Collector's House, corner of Front and Gay streets, where he will attend promptly to all business in the line of his profession. Columbia, April 14, 1S47.—If PHILIP GOSSLBR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Columbia, Lancaster county, Penn'a, ~\T7"ILL practice in the several Courts of f V Lancasterattd Yorkcounties. Office.— In Walnut street, adjoining the Washington Hotel. Mar G, 1847. D0CT. WM. S. M'CORKIE. OFFI CE—South East corner of Locust and Second street. lioarding House—with Mrs. Swarlz, 2 doors below his late residence. Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf " MOKE HEW GOODS. CALL and see the splendid assortment of New Goods, just received by oci23'47lf J D.&I WRIGHT. H ONEY for sale, at Young &. Casscll's. No. 50, Front street, Columbia. Ocl.23-tt ANOTHER large supply of choice Dry Goods for Fall and Winter. At the Bee Hive, North Queen street. CHAS. E. WENTZ & BRO. Lancaster, Oct. 22, 1847...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
AUCTION GOODS, AUCTION GOODS. rriHE subscribers have just received a very cx-J_ tensivo assortment of seasonable Goods, prin. cipally purchased at Auction, at much below tho regular prices, which are offered at a small advance on cost, and on favorable terms. I'ETEK HALDEMAN & Co. Wanted, one or two experienced Salesmen. Columbia, Oct. 23—If P. H. &. Co. F1VB Dollars Reward. Lost or stolen, on the 15th tnst.. a brindle colored bull Dag, low set and I'.ushy tail, white on one side of the fane, with a small piece bit out of llie lower lid of ihe ngbt eye, answers ( o (he name ol Hull. Tne above reward will be paid on ilie delivery nf :hc dog, or thief, to the owners YOUNG & CASSKLL. Columbia, Oct. 23. lS47-lf RuJiPrE ' ltKERKI " SHAAVLS^ TUST opened 50 of the most superb Tcrkerri tj Shawls, direct from N. York, at various prices, at least 50 per cent lower than the same quality and styles has ever been scld in this city. At the BEE HIVE, 18 doors North of t...