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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

BOOKS AND STATIONERY JUST received a large and well solcctcd assortment of Miscellaneous Books. ALSO—SCHOOL BOOKS & STATIONERY. BLAWZ BOOKS Of every variety for sale cheap at the Columbia Book Store, Locust Street, opposite the Post Office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

FRENCH MEKINOKS. JUST openod .ill the desirable shades of those splendid THIBET CLOTHS so much in demand at present for cloaks and dresses—warranted from the celebrated factory ol Lupcns & Co. At the BEE HIVE, Lancaster. Oet.23-tf North Queen street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

vaxtsora assi&s? T - VEGETABLE HLL& rinHIS extraordinary medicine U founded upon I the principle that trie buman frame w subject to ONLY ONE DISEASE»»z: corrupt humois, wliich, wbea floating in the gcneisl mass of circulation, ore ihe cause of all kim\s of Fevers, but when lodged in the various pans of the body, give rise to every malady incident to man. Let it bo remembered that the human body and Wright' * Indian Vegetable Pill* are mutually adapted one 10 tbe other, aod thut by them all uiorbiil and corrupt humors (the cause of disease) can be nuliivly eradicated, oud lhis in so easy and naiur.il a manner, thai while they every day S'Ve ease and |>l ensure. Disease of evert/ name 13 Literally Driven from the Body. • The tollowing highly respecmble storekeepers have bi*en duly appointed dgentu for the sale of this Celi-bratcj M,:dic ' ine, in Lanciscer county. A-hvtlle, Taylor & PicTce. Branilli ' , Pculien Wtidlcr. Bauibridgo, J. V. Bci-clier. Bmi...

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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

Dft. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA. ~Y~ y EAD the following Certificate in favor of the f ~{. Extraordinary Virtues of DR. CCLLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA. SCROFULA. Messrs. Kuwnnd ¦& Walton:— Gentlemen—Feeling deeply grateful lor the extraordinary cure performed upon me by your Dr. Cillen's Indian Vegetable Panacea, 1 clieeilully iurnish you wiili a short history ot my caee. About seven years ugo, [when only eleven yean old] I was attacked with Scroiuln, which increased in itsrava^eti, till my throat wus filled wuh ulcers ! *.Uc bunesof my ncek laid bare 1 my palate destroyed, and a Iarce piece o.' un<? of tJie nasut bones carriedaway. .My head was olsoio much diseased, that in drinking, ihe tea or coffre would Ircquently past* oin ot my ear! A mass of something which tho Doctors called a tumor came Irom my nose. I was under the eare of physicians u( ilio hisliest distinction in this city, and at ont tune prunounced cured, and by request uitendcd a medical le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

fflcfff lh, Ileer ttii, Health. THOMPSONS 1 COMPOUND SYRUP OF TAR AMD WOOD NAPTHA. THE ONLY CKIITAIN I'.KMCDV FOU T1JF. CURE O I'tiljiit'i.artf Cunt- nuipti»n Cmomc llronrhxtis and Sure T,inm 't.J*- >U)\ti, Chronic CiU.irrh, hpitting of Hied, I'ain in the Side and Krc-i»tt Vijtl' cully of lireuthtng* It'hpppin? CfUg-fi , Cm<ip tl'ttik.\frresuut! .Vt-rv.ms 'J'rtmuurd, I'iil snta.Uan of the llrartmUo I.utr Coi.tj.Uititun it .Ijfccti on of the Kidneys. OF all ihe ilisn^rs tncidcM to our d mint p the to Is none _ fi> u:ilv<T-al .mil .11 tliu Mine iriiti *«o nivu|tiou*t :in«l fatJil ni Ci>n-'iiin[ilion. ta ilil-rauuuy chi>'*ci.iUy I'ulmonnry t'oijetiiuptton is cmjilmtlcallv n stourye nnd in it-* rt;si " silf>-.s rnriMT ' ¦weeps o'er the I \t\t\ .ts u di^lroj ins Vii ^ 'l!, liivmi; l'>^ «. *Ui relftiil*",., l::in«l tla- ^iroriReat and (.4iri"si of nur rnce ! Milii-.Tli) all dlorth 10 ;irro->[ Ilji!* t'rcsd (]i-*M<e [i...

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Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

A BLESSED, BLESSED AS3 HEAVENLY IKIRACkli <&V MLBE&ACIiES!! O N the AW\ of August, in (he year 1S43a singular ^ccne occurred 111 U.e Koyal Scientific Institute ol Fi.idcc. Ti' jc a^cd, white Iiended Presiilont. his head bnrr, his arm outstretchedIns face radiant with smiles tfor science wai triumphant,) and Ins voice \nlh gratulalor\ tone, ajhvcrcd the following report : * l We arc astounded at tliia singular preparation. Where indeed will scie:ico stop ! — Here xvc have a preparation made in tlic form of a beautiful piece of soap, which r.-o knuvr by actual practice, to cure eery cutaneous eruptionevery disfigurement of, suid oven discolored skin! Vr'heio will its magic and singular power ceate? The Ae^ro, the Creolr the Yellow Hace of the Enst, and the Hal Man of the Far Wcs-t, are alike under liie influence of its extraordinary powers of clearing yellow OP discolored skin, and :rm!::n« it white anj beautiful ami of Giumcing tin* color of dark, or black, o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

SUWJttAY TRAIN. . BALI IMORE & SUSfttEKASNA R.RThe Mormxg Passenger Train will rua from Ballimore regularly, hereafter, on Suoay, nt 9 o'clock A. M., and Returning will tart from Columbia at Ii P. M., Wrightsville 2 P. M., and from y'ork at 3 o'clock, P. M., as on other days of tin; week. The mail between Baltimore and Yor« ** ',' .', bs carried by this train. IS'o other train will run on Sunday. D. C. H- BORDLEY, Superintendent of Transportation. Oct 27, 1346. Jjaltimore and Susquehanna RAILROAD. S'are Reduced. Tf lE Passenger Tiainruns daily as follows hul.)W — Lenses lialiir.iorrMi s o'clock A. -M.nnd arrives oi OJ o'clock 1". 5!. Arrives at Vork at 1" o'clock P. M.and le»ves for Culu:uti'n at 1 J o',-loi-l,. P. M. r.cnves 0'iluinhin sit 2 o'clock, P. M -ond leaves Vnrk ior Baltimore nt 3 o'clock P. M. t' aro from nallimoru tu Vork, <»1 .50 U'ri^i.ts>il!e, i 00 Uoiumoia. 2 12J The Train connrcts at Ynrt with Ktuges for H.irrisbi:r} » ,<Jetiyhbiirg,C...

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

COLUMBIA ARCADE, Jty B. CRAlVSXO.ir. The suhscriber respectfully informs his friends and ihe public generally that be is now ren^'v (o supply tbem at his ' NEW ESTABLISHMENT, the three-story bnilding in Front street* Columbia*, on the lot formerly occupied by John Enney, a.« a ro|icw:tllc. Ile intends keeping on hand a select assortment of fashionably tnade CLOTIBING. tie lias just rctnrnrd from Piiitndolpliin ?ind NewVorlc with n. new and splyndid assortment of all Uinds of filotlnnj;, made of lUe heit matcrials, and iti the latest style—consisting in part uf superfine blue and black chilli COATS, Frock and Sack Coals, Pelisse Clolli and Tweeds of every color and qualH}'. Ar.so—a lar«e assortment of plain and fancy Cassimerc. Cloth, and all other IMNTS, suitable for Spring, Summer and Winter, of every size and description. VESTS—Figured, Sillc, Satin, Merino and Marseilles,suitable for all seasons and of every size, style and quality; to wliich is added a beautiful assortment o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

Sale By Order of the Orphans 1 Court. "TTAIjUABfcE -property lir the Borough of Co. V ' IiimBia, 1 Lancaster County, Pcnna., late the estate of Christian Breneman, dee'd. : In pursuance to an order of the Orphan* 1 Court of Lancaster County, will be exposed to public sale, on Saturday the Vith day of November next, at 2 o'clock in the' afternoon, at the Public House bt Joseph Blackin the 'Borough of Columbia; all'the right, title ' and interests of ChristianBreneman doceased, in following'valuable real cetate, situated in tho said Borough, to wit:—Two large FIREPROOF ¦ ' ¦ • BRICK WAREHOUSES, and Lots of Ground, bounded East by the Penn. sylvania Railway, and extending lo the river shore near the Susquehanna and Tide Wuter Caunl, and Front Streetand between the Columbia Bridge und Pennsylvania Cinal Basin. The said Lots are in width 117 feet, more or less, fronting towards Front Street, and 293 feet in depth. The facilities afforded, by the various Canals nnd Railroads for the tra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

"GE.\..TATLOR NEVER SORRENDEKS!" James II. Hunter's 'rAsriiokABli.E A 'sb.c'iitAi ' HAT, CAP, BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM, .Vo. 40 Front St., Columbia, Sign of the Big Hat and Cap, directly opposite tbe Bridge, and adjoining Black's Hotel. __„___ The subscriber he»s leave to return Ehis thanks to bis friends and the public ge.ncrallyfor the very liberal patronage heretofore extended t« him, and hopes by strict attention to business, to reeeivca continuation of their favors; he g'>e* upon the principle " a nimble six. pence ts belter than n slow shilling" and to cirry out the principle, mnkes quick sales at smnll advain es His plncc of bunnies* is not a brick front, or of grcit splend.r, but he flatters him-elf tint he can sui! customers better, and sell cheap.T, th.in persons who do business in big brick houses, ami make n Rreat fuss about selling goods at cost, he does not sell g.ods at cost, but sells at a small advance, nnd by so doing expects to please all that may favor him...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

Those Who have bectv Deceived \wita MOCK Pfi ' ETENDEO HAIR PREPARATIONS Should read the following statemtntr of retpeclable persons. MR. Abraham Vanderbeck, of Avenue 98 D, New York, certifies that his head was entirely bald ou the top, and by tbe use of two 3s. bottles of JO.VES 1 CORAL HAIR HESTORATIVE, he lias a good crop of hair, and will soon have it long, thick and luxuriant. Mr. William jACKSos,of 89 Libert)' street, Pittsburj;, certifies: On the 3d of February. 13-17, tlmt Mr. Thomas Jackson's head on the lop, was entirely bald for fifteen years, and that by using two 'Si. bottles of Jones' Coral Hair Restorative, the liair is crowing fast, thick and healthy. He expects by using this a little longer to have a better head of hair than he ever had. To those icJiose hair is gray, or falling off and tceuk at the roots : I hereby certify that my hair was turning "ray and falling off, and that since I have used Jones' Coral Hair Restorative it has entirely ceased fallin<...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

I " Vegetable ITnivcB'sal Pilfw Are a strengthening purgative and a purifying Tuite. TI1K hope* of t'ie American ajcnls arc far moic than rfrtli*ed by the success of Dr. Le Roy's Vr^t-'tahlp Universal Pills on this sMc of the Atlantic. Xe\er tin! a mc-licinc swing into •tich iinmidi.iti- pop'ilirity. In less than three monihs polity thr><wui<l hoxes have hern disposed of; nnd cerl'ficiics ol curi-s performed hy them received from upu.iuW of four hundred persons. Tho curc-i einiir.icctl a creal number of disease*? but those which rued-iminated were Billiou* Fever, Colic, It ibtlual Cnstivencm, Dysrnlary, Loss ol' Appetite, 1'IatuU'nce. Worms and Lownous of Spirit". A11 pi-v. -ons who take them agree thst they a'c 'ar f upcrior to every other medicine they had mrd, in the mildncs the energy, and the efficacy of their action; for though they produce neither f*ri[.e nor nnusfvi, they act upon the secretions with crcrvt iU'eo.tnr>;«, force and rapidity; and ...

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

REMOVAL. rgj THE subscriber would inform his friends ^siind ihe public generally, ihat helms rcmovci\ to No.", Schreiuer's Row, between Burr's and Black's Hold, Front Street, where he will continue to keep an clegmt assortment of Beaver, Otter, Fur, Silk, and Nutria HATS, and also, a lirge nesortmp nt of CAPS, all of which he will take pleasure in showing to those who fa»ot him with a call. Don't forget—Sehreiner's Row, No. 2, before purchasing elswhcr j as 1 am iletermincd to sell cheap. WM. TEMPLE. Columbia, Auc. 21. 181?.—tf AN application will be madc.it the next Scasion of the General Assembly of iho J.la'0 of Pcnnsyl. vania, fur the incorporation of n Compnn>' under ihe nnme nnil sivle, or iii'endrd nnm« and sijlc ol "Tlie Columbia Savings Institution." nnd designed nn an uIulo ol d.pcouni and deposit, wuh n capital not eicceduii; one hundred thnimand dollarn 10 he locoitd in ihe borough ot Columbia, Laucasior Conn:y. I'ennsj'lvama. Columbia, June l'J. 1847. Gm Noti...

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Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

TO PRINTERS, The subscriber is now mnnulnctiiritig Printing Ink of euperii>r qunlfty, nnd offers it for Balo in largo or email quantities, upon accommodating terms, in any instance where the ink spin thall nnt ansivi-r tlip description, ii will be eXclmngcd or the prtco refundec). A liberal discount will be m&dti upon large purrhnopg for cash. The News Ink is put up in kegs ol 12, 13 20 IS, 30, SO and 100 Ibi. ' ' Book Inks in nmnll krgs nnd in Ik. canister*. Colored Inks nlsu in Ib. enmstcrs. fcj-A 20 Ib. kect ol tho best new g ink will be »pnt to nny point of ihe IVnn'n Improvements at my risk Ir^e ol rhnrne. upon receipt ol So COPAL VARNISH in barrels, keirs. and c«n-*>«''¦ .... J- U. Mll-TLIN. Columinn, May 20, 1847. PI7JBLIC SALE. W ILL be exposed lo public sale, nt Ihe Tan. nery of Joseph Biophcr," Fonnlnindale, Adams county. Pa, on Tuesday, tlio 16ih day of November, SIX HORSES, HORSE GEARS . THREE WAGONS, one ol them a Broad Wheeled Rond Wag-on, the...

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Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

OIjIVJBR EVAi\S' Salamander, Fire and Thief Proof IRON CHESTS, Warranted equal to any other mahc, and have nev. cr been injured by Fire or Eurglarsin a single instance. He a>?o keeps on hand a full supply of Common Chests, made of lighter iron, at lower LETTER COPYING PRESSES AND HOOKS. TRUCKS FOR STORES, FACTORIES, &c. DRUGGISTS' PRESSES. EAGLE GLASS V.\rr.R. PORTABLE SHOWER BATHS, &c. PACKING LF.VERS. HOISTING MACHINES. REFRIGERATORS AND WATER FILTERS. OLIVER EVANS, Gl South Second St., below Clicsnut Plnlad. BEFRIGERATORS Tor Coolinjj and Preserving MEAT, BUTTER MILK, nnd .ill articles intended for culinary pur. poaes. ¦WATER FILTERS. OLIVER EV\NB' CELEBRATED WATER FILTERS, fur Purifying Wuler tfmt is brackisli or muddywhether by rJ>n«. mintralt. or otherwise can bo had nr Ml »i», and price", nt thu Ware, room.. No. 61 South Socun,! Street, two doors be low Chestnut Street, Pluladolohin October 2d. 1817. ' '

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

IIOVETt'S First Pfcn&iiim Writinsr Int. This lnlf Ins for a long while become established as a National article, and the following testimonials from Washington Citv, prove its merils to that distinction. House 0/ Representatives. Washington City, FebtuarySi, 1813. I state thai 1 have used the Ink .during tbe present 5erc»in of Congress, manu-'acturcd bv Joseph Ii. Hover, K»i|., ul l'hli.ulcl|ihia, and ' l have found ii to be an article of most excellent quality. JOMN WHITE, Speaker Ho. Rep. Patent Office, Washington, D. C, l'cbruaiy 21, 18 S3. Sir—Ynnr Black Writing Ink ha- been used in this Offire since October last, and is entirely approved. I am respectfully, J. W. 11 VNI). Chief Clerk. Mr. Joseph E. llovcr, Plnlad. Ilovcr 's Adamantine Cement The following from Bickncll's Reporter wili best illustrate its value: " !\Ir. Hover nunulactjres •' Adinantiric Cement" for joining broken china, glass, &c; we have tried the article and found it to be excellent." For sal...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

IIAXCE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OP HOARIIOUXD. OIX yen"s experience h»s proved that for |Tj the cure of euufjlis, colds, consumptions, nshtma, spitting of blood, pain and oppression of Ihe breast; there is nothing equal lo Hance' s Compound Syrup of Hoarhound. This medicine has now been in use lor six years, durinir which time there has been a consttint demand for it, and its popularity instead of declining, has been always on the increase. During this time many new medicines have pprun£j up for the cure of tlic above complaints, some of which lasted only a few rrmulhs, and others not :is long; hut Mances' Syrup has readily £one on jiairnng favor with ail classes of society until it has now become identified by many families as a REtiUJLAli FAMILY MEDICINE. To those who have never u-cd tlie Compound Syrup of I loarlmiiiul, this notice is particularly directed to, as to those who have once rxpern'iiccil its liapiiV elfects. any praise of its mrrils would ho su|icinuoiis. Price 50 ceuls per...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

CHE.Vl' WATCHES &. JEWELRY, iT^TV AT THE ^^^ V "PHILADELPHIA A'Uji WATCH & JEWELY STORE," Jliikl&m&. 9G NOKTH SECOND ST., tfnwgfrtr^i^M corner oi Quarry. Gold Lewi Watches, full jewelled, 18 carat cosis. $15 00 I Silver I.ovcr Watches, full jowelled, S3 .0U Silver Lever Watches, seven jeivcl«, 18,01) Silver Lepiue Watchos, jewplled, finest quality, 13,00 Superior Qu.irtier Watche«, 10,00 tmit'Jiion Cjuartier Watches, 5,00 Gold Spectacles, 8,00 Kinp Silver Spectacles, 1,75 Gold Bracelets with topaz stunet, 3,50 Ladie-i Gold Pencilf, 16 carats, 2,00 Gold Kilmer Kuirs 3?± cents to S3—Wnich j Gileses, piaiii 12i cents, patent ISJ. Lunet 25. i Oihr-r articles in proportion. All gjods warrant-. ed to be v> hat they are sold for O. CONRAD. On hand, some Goldaud Silver Levers, Lepincs and Quarters lower than i}ip ahovc prices. Philadelphia, April 10, 1847. ly

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Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

HAXCE'S S.VRS.VPARILLA OP liLUOU PIJLI.S. Uultiinore, July 29,1843. THIS is to certify, that I was afflicted witli a violent pain in tlic breast ana right arm which 1 biippo-sod proceeded from the impure state of mv blood. 1 was recommended to take Hance's Sarsaparilla or Blood Pills, and after taking one box, the pain was entirely removed from my breast and arm,l found them extremely cnntle in their operation, and would recommend them to every person in want of a mild purn;ativj. Pathick Kociik, No. 2:i Conway street, between Howard and Eul.iw. 53"In purchasing these pills, lot mo add one wnrd of caution, always ask for Hance's Pills, and purchase of none but those advertised as ngcnls, anil if convenient, call and see the proprietor himself. Prepared and sold by SETH S HANCE 1Q8 Baltimore. ' AGENTS—G. G. Clniborne. R. Williams, W. A. Leader, Columbia; J. F. Heiniisb & Son, Lancaster; S.imuel Ensmintjer, Mnnheim; Jacob Stouflcr, Mt. Joy y. Roads; .fai. I5rvan, Elizabcthto...

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847

CHESNUT STREET HOUSE NO. 121 C1IESNUT STREET, A FE1V nOORS BKI.OW FOURTH, ROIITH SIDE. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends atxl the ptihlic in pencr;il, tliat he still continues to keep the aWovc cstnbliBlimont. Evury pains is at all tunes tn!;on to render this one of the best, arid, from its central situ-.ition, it \s one of the most convenient Hotels :u the cily. H'isTable is furnished, at all times, with the chnicestdelicacies of the season. His Wines and ljio .uorts are not surpassed by any oilier establishment in this cily. His Servants nre careful,honest and obliging Terms of Bmrdin;, ' to suit the times. Cour.lry Merchants and business men will find the location of the Ciiesnut St. House, in the must business part of Philadelphia. Tlio subscriber pledges himself that every tiling in his power shall be done to give satisfaction to Ihose wlio f.ivor him v.-iih their patronacc. „ SAMUEL MILLER, Phil.h!., Sept. 27.—ly 1'ioprielor.

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