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Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS, rpHEY have come to B. Youns, at No. SO. J_ The Fall and Winter Fashions for 1847 &. 8, which, for taste, cannot be surpassed by the world—they are the most perfect ever brought before the eyes of the people of this globe. Persocs wishing their garments cut and made in the most elegant s'ylc, will do well by ca'ling at B. Young's Tailoring establishment, No. SO, Front street, Columbia, where they will have their work executed to perfection and with despatch. P. S. Persons wishing to purchase superior cloths, oassimerci, Testings and trimmings, such as cannot be had at nny other store in Columbia, will dowell by cjlling at Young & Cassel"a Store, No. 59, Froat street, where there is one of the beat selections of the above goods In the country. They will also warrant the quality, cut, make and fit of all the goods they sell and make up. They are thankful for past favors and hope to have a share of patronage. YOUNG & CASSEL. Columbia, ...
Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
JLnclfcs are Cnutlonca Agaliifet using-CO^2^HO^f PREPARED CHALK : r^HKif are not aware how frightfully injuri-J|_ ous it is lo the skin! how coarse, how rough, how sallow, yellow, and unhealthy the ?.kin appears after using peparcd chalk ! Hesides it is injurious, containing a lar^e qmntity of Lead ! We have prepared a beautiful vegetable article, which we call •Tones' SpaBai^h E.iBy ^. VEsiic. It i'» perfectly innocent, heing purified of-jII delolenous qualities ; and it irnpurts to the skin n natural, healthy, alabaster, clear, living white; at the same time acting as a cosmetic u» ihe skin, making it soft und smooth. Dr. James Aitdcr«on, Practical Chemist of Massachusetts,says: *• Aftur analyzing Jones' Spanish Ltly WhileI find itposscs-.es ihe mo^t beautiful and natural, and ut the Fame time innocent white 1 ever saw. 1 certainly can conscientiously recommend its use to all whe-e skin requires henutifving." l'i'ice ^. " > cents a i;ox. Foi fcaloby ' R. WILLIAMS. Culuinb...
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
Cllt€ALSSIAftOIL, For the Preservation, Beauty, Growth and Ret* toration of the Hair, rpHlS valuable preparation excites the scalp to a JL tunv and ticiltliy action, cleanses it from $curf and dandruff, prevents thu hair from fulling off or becoming: protnuturcly gray, cures those eruptive dipca^s which often appear upun tlic hcud, and in n majority of cases produces a fine growth of new hair. It also gives the hair a rich and beautiful tipjicarniicc, unequalled by nny thing of the kind. In addition to all its usefulness as a preserver and bcaulifier of the hnir it removes nil unnatural harshness and dryticss of the huir, which otlcn precede its loss, n\\i\ should never be permitted to continue without using remedies. For the loiiot,. L.iu'itJS nnd Gen lie men will tintf-tins on admirable article. It gives a luxuriant ^ silky,, soft und fine Williiiticy to the hair and curie, filling tho minds of the beholders with admiration and almost with envy. All this for only 25 els. a botat...
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
£)arJjumrc! Qarbroare ! ! ^|fc£3&?t33 Thc subscribers respectfully cal VUjtJJ&r^tttfE^t'10 attention of the citizens generally, to iheir assortment of Hardware. Glass, Paints, Oils, Ccdar-Warc. H r e hire, just received in addition tr> our stock HARD VV.MJK, CUTLERY nnd Building Mite- ' rral- of all description, smh n«i L OCKS III\RFS SCRF.1VS, NAILS nnd SP1KKS. CSIasg os sll Sijra, PAINTS, Linseed, Sperm and Whale OILS, Bar, Rod and Hoop Iron, of nil mz,s, ANVILS, VICES and BKLLOW, ot :he best n,iiilitv, all of wliich wo offer at iho lowp«t prices. Persons wishmi; !o purchase uvll find it to their advantage to call nl RUMPLE & IIESS'S, Counibia, April 7, 1817—tf. Locti<-t St.
Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
Something Now under the San. T HE subscriber has just received the Fall and Winter Fashions which, lor elegance and taste, surpasses any thing which has ever hitherto been published. He wonld invite all those wlio may wish their garments made up in a durable and fashionable manner, to give him a call at his 1 ""loring Establishment in " Locust street, opposite llaldeman &. Co.'s Store. As he is well satisfied they will not go away disappointed as be is determined to spare no pains in making up all work entrusted to his caro in such a manner as he is satisfied will render general satisfaction. ^^^ ^^ 3. J. returns thanks to hia customers in general, for their liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, and hopes by strict attention to business, to receive a continuance of the same. Columbia, Sept. IS, LS17-tf
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
CGRtrcVEBZA BOOS ATC9 STATIONERY STORE. f f gTntm C. WESTBKOOK keeps conjg i $^*fTf stantly on hand a lur^e vvnd well flffij^rT^ffr selected assortment of MlbCEL LANUOUS BOOKS, ULANlv BOOKS, of all discretionsfrmn the small pocket memorandum to thf siibstauliiilio bound u^iny. Letter and Cap PAl'l'.R, bv \' "-. rr:2:ri,<i';ire, orMnjie sheet. iSCUOJL. bOUICS. Scri.ils, Periodicals, Nct7->|>.i|>crs. C»u. fcu.plo and Fancy STATIC N A R Y, Brushes ('units, Pm«cs, Pocket Books, '1'oilct and Pockets Jlirrors, Razor Strops, Shnwnir .Voaps; P;isteboard, Irory, Alr.rabo and S'eul Studded FA.\S, and nil nerou? other arlidus, ail ot which will be cold very low lor cash. N. B. Cisli pni-j forllarrs. Columbia. A;>ril 7, lsM7.
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
Notice to Builders. THE undersigned is appointed a^cnt for the Peach Bottom SLATE QUARRY, and is prepared to Slate nny Roof, either of a house or IJarn that may be wanted in the County, he having on hand at bis yard in Columbia, at all times, the best article of Slate and can furnish workmen of thirty years experience. All roofs warranted rot to leak if the Building doet not sink or give way. Charges modcrnfr to suit the times. JEREMIAH BROWiV, Agent, for the Hon. Jeremiah Brown it Company. Cilinnhi.-i. .lunr 10. 1S47. i;n UMURELLAS. IN Creal variety varying in price from 311 cents and upwards at FRY&SPANGLER'S. Columbia. Aug. 7,1347—tf
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
A FINK SET OF TKRTII !¦ Oil 85 CBXTS "YT7"I1ITE Teetii,fnul breath, healthy gums, T T Vi-llow and unhealthy teeth, after once or twice cleaned with •Tones ' Amber Tooth Paste. have the appearance of tlio most beautiful ivory, and, at the tame time il is so perfectly innocent and exquisitely fine, that its constant daily imc ia hijjhly advnntajieous, even to Ihose teeth tbnt arc in Rood condition, giving them a bcauti'nl polish.and preventing a premature decay. Tboie already decayed it prevents from becoming; worse—it al*o fastens such as are becoming loose, and by perseverance it will render the fuulcU teeth delicately white, anil make? tlic breath delicinusly tweet. Price 25 or 371 cents n Box. For *ale bv Auz. 17,847-Gin. R. W1LL1AMF
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 13 November 1847
Morning TramJfltisaiii. BETWEEN iORK, WBIGHTSVILLE AifV COLUMBIA: T HE President and Directors ol tlio Baltimore and Susquehaona Rail Koad Company Uaving consented to continue the JVlorning Train between the above places. -' • KTTbe Car will leave Columbia Daii.t. [Sundays excepted] nt 61 o'clock A. M.. and tlie Train will leave WriiiTitsville at 6} o'clock. Returning, the Train will leave York at 8 o'clock, A. M. D.C.H.BORDLEY, April 17,1S47. Sup't.
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
From Blackwood's Magazine TRUTHS CONTAINED IN TRUTHS CONTAINED IN LETTER ON THE POPULAR SUPERSTITION. Religious Delusions—The Possesscd-~Witc?icraft. Dear Arcby,—The subjects about which I propose writing to .you to-day ore, delusions of a religious nature;—the idea of being possessed;—the grounds of the belief in witchcraft. With so much before me, I have no room to waste. Sp, of the first, first. The powerful hold which the feeling of religion takes on our nature, at once attests the truth of the sentiment, and warns us to be on our guard against fanatical excesses. No subject can safely be per* milted to have exclusive possession of our thoughts, least of all Ilia most absotbing and exciting of any. "So—It will make us mad." It is evident that, with the majority, Providence has designed that wordly cares should largely and wholesomely employ the mind, and prevent inordinate craving after an indulgence in spiritual stimulation ; while minds of the highest order arc diverted, b...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
For the Spy aod Columbian, THOUGHTS IN A RELIGIOUS MEETING. Tfaougli few In number. Father, Lord 1 Still in tby name we come To wait fur thy Inteactaing word, ' Tboughhuman lips be dumb; TttoUE ** nelthfcr fad nor joyful tone Bo lent to mortal car—'fhouf thoti, who knon-il Hie heart alone. Wilt kindly listen here. Tbe while a cold and formal throng We icem to mortal eye * Thou knoweit full many a grateful *ong. And many a burdened Bight. And heartfelt prayer for strength and grace. To walk from error free. It lie from this silent gathering place, In sounds of power to tliee. The few that here are wholly thine. Who tread the narrow way. Told not by outward seal or sign, Of their baptismal day j Thou only knowesi the way and time Their covenant begun. Thou only, when they seek suMims Communion with thy Son. Join me to these, as deep to deep. Their way be still my din Ice ; My soul e'en as an infant keep. That knows its parent's voice. White others labour in (hy case With words of po...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
nwARRICK WESTBROOK XTJITOH AND PROPK3ETOR. Printing OJim—Front Street, opposite Burr' * Hotel PuV - .."on Qfict—Locust Street, opptxlle the P. O. Tru«. — The Columbia Spy Is published every Baturdaymorninltatthe low price of OXE DOLLAR A VEAR1N ADVANCE, or one dollar aid fifty cents. If not paid within one month of the time of subscribing. Srnr.lt! copte»THREE CENTS. Teems of advmitibiko—AaveitUemems not eiceeatOS. a squire three times for*!, and 23 cents for each additional Insertion. Those of a greattrlengihlii proportion. »». liberal discount mado to yearly adver-M Jo» " Pbiktiko — Such a. Hand-bills. Posting-bills, Cards labels. Pamphlets, Blanks of every description Circularsetc.etc.executed with neaxne»«anddc»patcll and on reaaonableterms.
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
~»sr.A^^>- ^•¦/w- Alt llie fitllnwing articles which ham obtained unboumled popularity, arc sold hy \V. A. Leader, the only uifein for the^unumes articles in Columbiaami hy Jjimes Smith. Lancaster, and John J. Libhart, Marietta. Caution—liny only of the above persona as all oihem are counterfeit: — Ax Utvr.q called Remedy, Jind .in .Ilmanac far 1818 Gratis.— 1st—For *'o1ils and Feverish foelincp, ami prercntwsr I'Vvera 2int—For Asthma. Mver cornpi tint aid, Iltlimis air.:clir»n9. .trd-I'.ir Diirrhuj,, ImhgPMiinn and Lots vf Jlpjietite. 4th—l«V»r tVtflfvcnpsg in lenmtes and nmles. 5lli—l*«T Stomach nftVclimisDyspepsia nnd Piles. The Great Points arr, it is not had to taku. nerer gives pain and never leases one eontice ! For all tlii'nc ttiittg* it is warranted uni-qunlleiland all who do not find it so may return the bottle and eel their money. Ttils m«dicin« \* LOJfQI.KY*S GREAT il'KST/ZRJf rJVDiaJV />j9JVWC£.*. Fuller description in an Almanac for IS 18grntis. Balm o...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
Yellowing seem to have been some of the cauies.— Women were coi»fined to household toils; their minds bad not adequate occupation : many young unmarried women, without duties, would lack objecta of sufficient interest for tLeir yearnings: many of the old one*, despised, tlMrealed probably, aonred with the world, rendered spiteful and Yin. dictive, took even more readily to a resource which roused and gave employment to their imaginations, mad promised to gratify their wishes. It is evident loo/U»ttheMpposcdsexof the devil helped him here. The old women bad an idea of making much of him, and of coaxing, mid getting round the black gentieaua. Cut beside all this, there lies in the physical temperament of the other sex a peculiar susceptibility of derangement of the nervous system, a predisposition to all the varieties of trance, -with it* prolific sources of mental illusion—all gendmjr , it it to be observed, to advance the belief and enlarge the pretcntions of witchcraft. The for...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
The House of Russell.—As a curiosity which may interest our reader?, considering who is now Prime Minister of England, we site the origin of the illustrious house oC Russell, from a work just issued from the London press, entitled: "The Right of Aristocracy to the Soil Considered." John Russell, a plain gentleman residing near Bridgport, county of Dorset, obtained a favorable introduction to court by a piece of good fortune. The Arch-Duke, Philip af Austria, having encountered a violent hurricane in hia passage from Flanders to Spain, was driven into Weymouth wliere he landed, and was hospitably received by Sir Thomas Trenchard .a gentleman of the neighborhood. Sir TBomas Trenchard apprised the court of the circumstance, and in the interim, while waiting for instructions what course to follow, he invited his cousin, Mr. Russell, to wait up. un the prince. Mr. Russell proved so agreeable a companion, that the Arch-Duke desired him to accompany him to Windsor, lie was there pre£cnlc...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
Valuable Vegetable Remedy.—Dr. Swayne's Campouvd Syrup of Wild Cherry* is mild and pleasant to ihc taste, perfectly safe and harmless in its operation, and yet it is one of tUe most powerful and certain remedies for Consumption of the Lnngs, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Spitting Blood, Liver Com. plaint, Paina in the Side or Breast, and general Debility of the Constitution, that was ever invent, cd by the skill of man for the relief of the afflicted public. Certificates and evidences of its wonderful curative powers arc daily received from all quarters. It is impossible to conceive the aggregate of suffering and misery that has been relieved or banished by it; nor can we calculate the immense benefit that shall accrue from it hereafter.— All ages, sexes, and constitutions are alike affected by it, and the disease is eradicated from tiie system, the constitution repaired, and health restored by the use of Dr. Sway ne'e Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry. How many Euftcrcrs do we daily behold ...
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
S5OO.OO REWARD!! rrUlE public are hereby cautioned against X receiving from JESSE ROBERTS (our former agent,} any of Hobe.nsack's Medicated Worm Si-rup, as he has been niscHAncf.d from our employ." No medicine is genuine without the written signature of J. N. &. G. S. Ilobcnsaclt on the label of each bottle. Tho above reward will be paid upon the conviction of any person counterfeiting said signature, of which the public bavc notice; and are further cautioned against paying the above named JESSE ROBERTS any money on our account, as he has no authority 10 receive the same. Read the following Certificate from a highly reupeclalle Physician: Messrs. Hobcnsack :—I take great pleasure in informing yon of the great efficacy of your Worm Syrup. My daughter being afflicted for a long-lime, I tried all the remedies for her my skill was heir to, without receiving any benefit, and gave the case up as hopeless, when I was induced, by one of my family, to try your Worm Syrup, and I mus...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
Our friend Wm. C. Tobey of " John of York" memory, has started a new paper in the city of Mexico, colled M The Nortft American," Mr.Tobcv, it a popular writer and possesses talents of nu ordinary kind. Wo wish him success in his enterprise. Disruxssi.NO Railroad Accident.—An accident occurred on the Columbia Railroad, on Monday last, near the switches, about five miles below this place, by which Mr. Gco. Wilson,, conductor of burthen carp, was to severely injured as to render the amputation of his leg necessary. A rail a short distance ahead of the train was discovered to be cut of Us chair. The engineer immediately reversed the engine, and the break not being applied in time, the car to which Mr. W. was attached rushed up, and I he bumper doubled under that of the car ahead, catching both legs of Mr. Wilson, and mutilating them in a horrible manner. He was brought home where hi? injuries were examined by Drs. Cochr&n and Clark son, when it was found necessary to amputate ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
, THjg SPY & COLUMBIAN. ^ SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 13, 1817. , AGENCIES. i V. B. Pal»cr, North West corner of Third and I Chestnut streets, Philadelphia, } ' Tribune Buildings, (opposite City Hall,) N. York. i . South East corner of Baltimore and divert streets, ' Baltimore, and Mo. 12 State street, Boston. Jxcos M. Westhaepper, Lancaster city, j Willjasi A. Pierce, Travelling Agent. , Elegant Trunk.—Mr. J.C. Pfahlcr has called , our attention to a. travelling trunk, the handiwork , of Mr. Craven, which excels in every quality which can recommend a trunk, anything we have ever seen* It constitutes a port folio, a wardrobe, and a i very ornamental piece of furniture. We shall not attempt to describe this beautiful production of I Columbia skill; but would advise our friends to ; treat themselves to a sight—and Mr. Pfahlcr to the pleasure of showjng it.
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
17\ X. ZKIGUGR. Respectfully informa hia _Jj , friends nnd the public, thai lie has on hand offers for Bale at Ilia FANCY, VARIETY AND CONFECT1OXAUY STORE, In Locust street, a few doors above tho Town Hall, north side, ti select assortment of fresh goods, viz : CANDIES Of every sort; Bordeaux, Lisbon, and Malaga Almonds; Filberts, Greenotile Walnuts, Peanuts, Chestnuts, &a FOREIGN FKUIT: Knisins, Pmnetf, /.-intc-Currants, Citron, Lemons, Dates, &c. CRANBEHIllES, clean picke.d, and ready for use. An assortment of TOYS nnd FANCY articles. Fancy Boxes*, Dolls, (kid and jointed,) Emories, Waiters, Mirrors, Pencils, &.c. jpunrr.wjEnv , . And articles for tlie Toilet; Cologne, Pomade, Lilly White, Teeth nnd Hair Brushes, Fancy and Castile Soaps; ItnllianViolin Strings and Bridges, Clarionet Iiecds. A small ' assortment of S7V1-T1ONARYand SCHOOL BOOKS, Motto Seals, WafciB, (anuy and plain Sealing Wax, Sttel Pens and quill-, Excellent TOBACCO, SNUFF nnd KEGARS. He ...