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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
!¦*¦» I m Dmu^I IMIiiMIWIJI Vegetable Universal Pills Are a strengthening purgative and a jturifying Tonic. 3HHE hopes of the American agents are far L more than realised by the success of Dr. Le y'« Vegetable Universal Pills on th"« side of the Atlantic. Never dnl a medicine spring into euch immediate popularity. In less than three months eighty thousand boxes have bepn disposed of; and certificates of cures performed by them received from upwards of four hundred persons. The cures embraced a great numberof diseases? but those which predominated werelBilJioun Fever, Colic, Habitual CostiveneM,' ' Dysentery, Loss of Appetite, Flatulence. Worms and Loiv. neis of Spirits. All persons who take them agree that they are fur superior to every other medicine they had used, in the mildness the energy, and Ibe efficacy ol their action; for though they p'oduce neither gripe nor nauseathey act upon the secretions with great directness, force and rapidity; and as a purgative leave nothing...
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
AFFLICTED READ.— J! certain Disease Cured in tteo r\ Days —The most speedy remedy for pain* In tb« loins, recent and chronic affections of tlie kidneys, dlfeape of the bladder, pravel, seminal weaknesi, &c. Perpnns wtio, by indulging in a «ecn>t habit, have entailed on ihemsclveB ron»timtiona1 debility, should apply immediately to DR. K1NKEMX. ofllie Philadelphia Medical House, the oldest Institution of the kind In the city. Office. N. W. corner of THIRD and UNION St*.. Uettt'ppn Spruce ard Pine. 1] squares fiom the Exchange. ThfMedical House wa» established by Dr. j£. fifteen years dro, for the ctippreiiion of quackery, there being po many perinn*. wtthnut knowledge, name or character, who putadvertlscnnentB^n Hie public pa pe rn, that an institution ivf thiis \\\n& -was highly necmtary lo prevent the afllicied, cRpecinlly Granger*from foiling into the hands oft nine unskillful wretch, who. inctcad of curing, might Bendhii victim to an untimely grave. There...
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
REMOVAL,. SB THE subscriber-would inform his friends <=^ttand the public generally, that he has removed lo No.2, Schreiner'sRow, between Barr's and Black's Hotel, Front Street, where he will continue to keep an elegint ossoniin'ni of Beaver, Otter, Fur, Silk, and Nutria HATS, and also, a Urge assortment of CAPS, all of which he will take pleasure in showing to those who favor him with a call. Don't forget—Sciireiner' * Row, No. 2, before purchasing eljwhcr ; as 1 am determined to sell cheap. WM. TEMPLE. Columbia, Aug. 21, 1847.—tf AN application will be made at the tiexl Session of the General Assembly of (he Stale of Pennsylvania, for the incorporation of a Company under the name and style, or in'ended name and style of "The Columbia Savings Institution," and designod as an oflko of discount and deposit, with a capital not exceeding one hundred thousand dollars, to be located in the borough of Columbia, Lancaster Couniy. Pennsylvania. Columbia, June 19. 1847. 6m Notice. ...
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
HOVER'S First Premium Wri ting Ink. This Ink Ins for a long while become established as aT-iational article, and the following testimonials from Wa&hington City, prove its merits to that distinction. House of Representatiees. Washington City, February 24, 1843. I stale that I have used the Ink, during the present session of Congress, manufactured by Joseph E. HoverEsq., of Philadelphiaand [ hare found it to be anarticle of most excellent qualiiy. JOHN WHITE, Speaker Ho. Rep. Patent Office, Washington , D. C, February 24, 1843. Sir—Your Black Writing Ink has been used in this Office since October last, and is entirely approved. I am respectfully, J. W. HANDChief Clerk. Mr. Joseph E. Hover, Philad. Hover 's Adamantine Cement The following from Bickncll's Reporter will best illustrate its value: " Mr. Hover manulact jres " Admantinc Cement" for joining broken chinaglass, &c.; we have tried the article and found it to be excellent." For sale wholesale and retail at the...
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
Notice to Builders. THE undersigned is appointed agent for the Peach Bottom SLATE QUARRY, and is prepared to Slate any Roof, either of a house or I$ara that may be wanted in the County, he having on hand at his yard in Columbia, at all times-, the best article of Slate and can furnish workmen of thirty years experience. All roofs warranted not to leak if the Building does not sink or give way. Charges moderate lo suit the limes. JEREMIAH BROWN, Agent, for the Hon. Jeremiah Brown & Company. Columbia, June 12,1847. Cm TO PRINTERS. The subscriber is now manufacturing Printing Ink of superior quality, and offers it for Bale m large or small quantities, upon accommodating terms, in any instance where the ink sent shall lint answer the description, it will be exchanged or the price refunded. A liberal disconut will be made upon large pur* chases * br cash. The News Ink is put up in kegs of 12, 15, 20, 16,30. SO and 100 lb«j. Book Inks in small kegs and in lb. canisters. Colore...
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
say R.A.TL ROAD. Fare Reduced. THE Passenger Train runs daily as follows below — leaves Baltimorot 9 o'clock A. M. ontl arriTco al 6J o'clock P. M. Arrives at York at 12 oV.lock P. M-and leaven for Columbia ot li o'clock, P. M. Leaves Columbia at 2 o'clock, P. M.anJ leaves York for Baltimore at 3 o'clock P.M. fore from Baltimore to York, $1 50 Wrightsville, ' 2 00 Columbia, 2 12J TLa Train connects at Yort wilh Stoges for Harrisburg, Gettysburg, Cuumbersburg, Fitlsburg and Ymfc Spiings. FARE TO GETTYSBURG & HARRISBUKG The company 13 authorised bj the proprietors of the- Stage Lint's to rccvivutbe fare through from Baltimori to Gettysburg nnd Harrisburg. RALTIMORE TO GETTYSBURG AND HAR RISBURG. Fare throug h to cither place, S3. D. C.H. BORDLEY, Supcr't. May 9—tf Ticket Offico, 63 North st.
Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
CHEAP WATCHES 8l JEWELRY, J§S\ "PHILADELPHIA £~i% WATCH & JEWELY STORE," rffifflfrT-Jfflsl 36 NORTH second ST., K»-»<*K-o!fol« l corner oi Quarry. Gold Beser Watches, full jewelled, IS carat cases. S-IS-fJO Silver Lever Watches, full jewelled, 23,00 Silver Lever Watches, seven jewel-", 18,00 Silver Lepine Watches, jewelled, finest quality, 13,00 Superior Quartier Watches 10,00 Imilnion Quartier Watches, 5,00 Gold Spectacles, 8,00 Fine Silver Spectacles, 1,75 Gold Bracelets with topaz stones, 3,50 Indies Gold Pencils, 16* carats, 2,00 Gold Finger Rings 3?i cents lo 89—Watch Glasses, uiain 12J cents, patent 18}, Lunet 25. Other articles in proportion. All goods warranted lo be what they are sold for O. CONRAD. On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers, Lepines and Quartiers lower than the above prices-Philadelphia, April 10, 1847. ly
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
B. E. MOORE. I. N. IUSDON. MOORE &, RISDOIV, MBRGHASTT TAILORS, JVb. 70 South Third Street, nearly opposite the Exchange, Philadelphia, T) ESPECTFULLY announce to their friends X\, and the public that they are constantly prepared to make !o order, of the lineal and besi material, mid at moderate prices, every article of Fashionable Clothing, consuming a Gemlman's Wardrobe, for which their complete stock of choice and carefully selected Cluilis. Cassimeres, Vesunga &c, of ihc loiesi and most desirable patterns, are panicjlarly designed. Their o»u practical knowledge of the busincpa and a personal attention to every garment, enables them to give entire satisfaction, and to both old and new customers they respectfully tender an invitation to give them a call. Having been lor years connected with aome of the best and most fashionable establishments in this country, employing none but first rale workmen, and being in the receipt of the blest fashions, and bept styles ol...
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
CHARLES STOKES' GLOBE HALL OF FASHION, Ko. 296, Market Street, Philadelphia. /"CLOTHING — A necessary and useful article; \y it well becomes every one who buy* it, before purchasing to look and see where it can be bought cheapest. I am satisfied (and reader, you will be} if you favor me wiib a call nnd loo* over my stock of goods you will not only buy yonrselttiut till your friends where CHEAP CLOTHING can be hail and they will do the same. If you come to the Gfcbe Hall of Kashion and do not find goodB twenty per cent cheaper than at any store in the city I think you will sny General Taylor never whipped the Mexicans'. 1 think he never done anything else. JKrA full stock of clothing suited for tha country trade, which merchants and others nro fratticuUrly invited to examine. / CHARLES STOKES, No. 296, Market St., 3rd door bulow Ninth. Philadelphia, Aueust 28, 1847.—3m.
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
UHESNUT STREET HOUSE NO. 121 CHESNUT STREET, A FEW UOORS BELOW KOCRTII, NORTH SIDE. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public in gerjeral, that he still continues to keep the above establishment. Every pains is at all times' ta!;en to render Ibis one of the best, and, from its central situation, it is one of the most convenient Hotels in the city. His Table r» furnished, at all times, with the choicest delicacies of the season. His \Vi»>es and I^kjuors arc not surpassed by any other establishment in this city. Ilis£crvants arc carefuljionestand obliging Terms of Boarding to suit the limes. Country Merchants and business men will find the location of the Chesnut St. House, in the most business part of Philadelphia. The subscriber pledges himself thnt every thing in his potver shallbe done to give satisfaction to those who favor him with their patronage. SAMUEL MILLER, Philad.. Sept. 27.—ly Proprietor.
Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS. XHEY have come to B. Young, at No. 50. The Fall and Winter Fashions for 1847 , 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. Persons wishing their garments cut and made in the most elegant style, will do well by calling at B. Young's Tailoring establishment, No. 50Front street, Columbia, where they will have their work executed to perfection and with despatch. P. S. Persons wishing to purchase superior cloths, cassimcres, vestings and trimmings, such as cannot be had at any other store in Columbia, will do well by calling at Young & Cassel"s StoreNo. 50Front streetwhere there is one of the best selections of the above goods in the country.- They will also warrant the qualitycutmake and fit of all the goods they sell aDd make up. They are thankful for past favors and hope to have a share of patronage. YOUNG & CASSEL. Columbia, Sept. 11,1847.—If.
Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
l*udlcs Hrc Cautioned Agntn&t Ualug COMMON PREPARED CHALK: THEY are not aware how frightfully injurious it is to the skin! how coarse, how rough, how sallow, yellow, and unhealthy the skin appears after using pepared chalk ! Besides it is injurious, containing a large quantity of Lead ! We have prepared a beautiful vegetable article, which we call Jones ' Spanish Lilly White. It is perfectly innocent, being purified of all deleterious qualities; and it imparts to the skin a natural, healthy, alabaster, clear, living white; at the same time acting as a cosmetic on the skin, making it. soft and smooth. Dr. James Anderson, Practical Chemist of Massachusetts, says: " After analyzing Jones' Spanish Lily WhiteI find it possesses the most beautiful and natural, and at the same time innocent white I ever saw. I certainly can conscientiously recommend its use to all whose skin requires beautifying." Price 25 cents a Box. For sale by R.WILLIAMS. Columbia. August 7. 1847—6m
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
$arbu)cn;c! fjeirbroare! ! tffcjsx^&L^rfgSA The snbscribers respectfully cal f@g^KeuaP*c'>e attention of the ciuzens generally, to their assortment of HardwareClass, Paints, Oils, Cedar-Ware. JVe hive just received in addition to our stock, IIAHD WAKE, CUTLERY and Building M»te! rials of all description, such as LOCKS HINGES SCREWS, NAILS and SPIKES. Glass of a II §>i|es, PAINTS, Linseed, Sperm and Whale OILS, Mar, Rod and Hoop Iron, of all sizes, ANVILS, VICES and BELLOW, of the best quility, all of which we offer at the lnwest prices. Persons wishin; to purchase iwll find it to their advantage loicall at RUMPLE & HESS'S, Coumbia, April 7, 1B17—tf. Locust St.
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
CIRCASSIAN OIL, For the Preservation, Beauty, Growth and Reiteration of Hie Hair. rpniS valuable preparation excites the scalp to a I new and healthy action, cleanses it from scurf and dandruff, prevents the hnir from falling- off or becoming prematurely gray, cures those eruptive diseases which often appear upon the head, and in a majority of cases produces a fine growls ol new hair. It also g ives the h»ira rich and beautiful appearance, unequalled by any tiling of the kind. In addition to all its useffi)n«s as a preserver and beautifier of the hair it removes all unnatural harshness and dryness of the hair, which often precede its Joss, and should nover be permitted to continue without using remedies. For the toilet, Ladies and Gentlemen will find this an admirable dticlc. It gives a luxuriant, silky, soft and fine brilliancy to the hair and curls, filling the minds of the beholders with admiration and almost with envy. All this for only 25 cts. a bottle. For sale by octfl'...
Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
Morning Train Again BETWEEN \ORK, WRIGHTSVILLE AND COLUMBIA. Tp HE President and Directors ot the Baltil more and Susquehanna Kail Road Company having consented to continue the Morning Train between the above places. OCTThe Car will leave Columbia Daily, [Sundays excepted] at 6£ o'clock A. M.and the Train will leave Wrightsville at 6| o'clock. Returning, the Train will leave York at 8 o'clock, A. M. D.C.H.BORDLEY, April 17,1847. Sup't.
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
Something' New under the sun. rpHE subscriber has just received the Fall and JL Winter Fashions, which, lor elegance and taste, surpasses any thing which has ever hitherto been published. He would invite all those who may wish their garments made up in a durable and fashionable manner, to give him a call at his Tailoring Establishment in Locust street, opposite Hal* demon & Co.'s Store. As he is well satisfied they will not go away disappointed as he is determined to spare no pains in making up all work entrusted to his care in such a manner as he is satisfied will Tender general satisfaction. JOHN JORDAN. J. J. returns thanks to his 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. Colombia, Sept. 18, 1847-tf
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
SUNDAY TRAIN. BALI 1MORE & SUSQUEHANNA R-KThe Mo&misq Passenger Train will ruii from Baltimore regularlyhereafter, on Sunay, at 9 o'clock A. M., and Retdis.sisg will tart from Columbia at JJ P. M., Wrightsville 2 P. M.and from York at 3 o'clockP. M., as on other days of tlie week. The mail between Baltimore and Yorsc wl" bs carried by this train. No other train will runon Sunday. D. C. H. BORDL.EY, Superintendent of Transportation. Oct 27, 184G. Baltimore and Susquehanna
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
QVER 1000 different styles entire new patterns ot Ladies' Dress Goods, for Fall and Winlcr. uiga colored plaid* are all th« rave. Call at tbe 8epta4-tf BEE HIVE North Queen .<_ WRIGHTSVILLE FOUNDRY, rTIHE undersigned having' recently established | _ un extensive Iron Foundry >»t Wrightsville, York county, Pa, are now prepared to furnish Stoves, Hollow-ware, Car and Machinery Castings of the best quality of material and workmanship at short notice. Our assortment of STOVES is large, and of modern and approved patterns, consisting of PLAIN WOOD and BOILER TOP STOVES ' , of all sizes i NINE PLATE COOK, " VIC. TORY COOK," "COMPLETE COOK,"—for tsoorZ or coal—And other COOKINO STOVES. Also—COAL STOVES, of the latest designs and all sizes, suitable for Parlors, Chambers and Offices. Also, BOAT STOVES, BOX STOVES, CHARCOAL FURNACES, &c., &c, &c. HOLLOW-WARE. Our assortment of HOLLOW. WARE consists of PoU, Kettles, Round and Oval Ovens and Lids, ...