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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
OJLIVJER EVANS' Salamander. Fire and Thief Proof IRON CHESTS Warranted equal to any other make, and have never been injured by Fat or Burglar; in a. single instance. He also keeps on hand a full supply of Common Chests, made of lighter iron, et lower prices. LETTER COPYING PRESSES AND BOOKS. TRUCKS FOR STORES, FACTORIES, &c DRUGGISTS' PRESSES. EAGLE GLASS PAPER. PORTABLE SHOWER BATHS. &c. PACKING LEVERS. HOISTING MACHINES. REFRIGERATORS AND WATER FILTERS OLIVER EVANS, Cl South Second St., below Chesnut Pbilad. REFRIGERATORS For Cooling and Preserving MEAT, BUTTER MILK, and all articles intended for culinary pur. poses. ' WATEB FILTERS. OLIVER EVANS' CELEBRATED WATER FILTERS, for Purifying Water that is brackisli or muddy, whclljitfy * rains, mineral?, or otherwise can be had of alSwizcs and prices, at the Warerooms, No. 61 Soolh Second Street, two doors be. low Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. October 2d, 1847.
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 20 November 1847
The largest and most splen did Stock of Dry Goods in of T^VEH- offcied city Lancaster, is now jQj being opened at THE BEE HIVB, North Queen street, wholesale and retail. This stock has just been received direct from Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and comprises some of the rarest bargains of the day, for Fall and Winter sales—Shawls, Silks, Merinoos, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, &c. Sept. 24—tf the
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
From Lhtell'« Living Age COITOUEST OF PERU. History of the Conquest of Peru % with a Preliminary View of the Civilization, of the Incas. The historian of the Conquest of Mexico worthily completes that labor wilh a History of the Conquest of Peru. It is very ably executed. Though the materials arc less brilliant than those of tho b""u<jij1c and odventure of Cortex, we derive from llic present work a higher impicfuion of the writer's powers. The style is less forced. The subject is a«thoroughly grasped, with on easier treatment. It is not a paradux to say that Mr. Prcscotl's partial blindness, unassumingly described in the preface to the present work, enables htm, in an historical sense, to ace with greater depth and accuracy. He has to weigh all liis authority with a thoughtful intuntness; nothing- ia rejected (as with the best inquirers occurs loo often) on a cursory und imperfect glance; all has to be considered with impartial care; his materials stored in the mind befor...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
A vigorous prosecution of the War, the brst means to secure a speedy and HONORABLE FHACE. Front St. j^ W ^St&W&^Si Front st WALNUT COLONNADE, CHEAP FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM. JTASSS %, $32SS3mr, NO. 42, Front sire.I, directly opposito the Bridge, and three doors below Black's Hold, COLUMBIA, PEi\WA., Would respectfully cull the attention or the public to his stock of Fashionable and Cheap Clothing, which exceeds in extent, elegance, and variety, any liiihcrto opened in this vicinily, and which lie pledge*, himself to sell at prices lower than even lie 1ms before offered. Just look at the prices: Gentlemen's Fine- Cloth Dress CoalR. from -S5.00 to S10.00 Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Frock Coats, (rum 4.00 to 10.00 Gentlemen's Fino Cloth Sacks and Coatees, from 2.50 to 5.00 Gentlemen's Fine Cloth and Cas-•imere Pants, from 2.00 to 4.00 Sstin and Silk Velvet Vests, Plain and Fancy, being the only kind of this quality for sale in this place, from 2.50 to 4.00 Roundabou...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
NEW FALL GOODS. rpHE subscribers have just received their supply I Full and Winter, Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, to which they invite the attention of their friends and the public generally. CXiOXa , CaSSI3YEEB.ES, &.c. Their stock consists of superior French, and English Black, Blur, Brown, Mixed, and Olive Cloths; plain and Fancy Cassimcrs, Sattinets, Tweeds, Jeans; Velvet and oilier Vcstings. Gtv de Rhine, Swiss and Mattcona Dicss Silks. ALPACAS.—Pluin, Plaid, and Striped, at 18, 25, 31, 37, 50 cts., &.c. English, German, ond French Merinocs; Plain Pnris Cashmeres and Do Laines, Lama and Tarlcr Plaids. French, EnrUton and Manchester Ginghams; Prints of every style and price; Plain and Plaid Limeys; TupcrGuuw: and other White and colored Flannels. SHIRTINGS.—Three quarters, four quarters, five quarters, sixquartcrs and ten quarters Bleached *nd Brown Sheetings, Blankets, Tickings, Checks, Doeskins, »tc. . A splendid assortment of Tnmnv.ngs, Gimps, Silk and Cot...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTHYe who would «ave your fcatun-s florid Lithe limtiH. bright eyes * uuwrinklcd iurehsail. From age's devastation liorrid, Adopt this plan—'Twill make, in climate* cold or torrid, A bale uld tumi:— Avoid In yauih luxurious dfet; It entrain His patfsmut' lawless riot j Devoted tn domestic quiet, _ Be wisely rfay; So sliall ye, npitu of age's fiat, IteBivt decay. Seek nnt in inammmi'i worphip, plrsfur*. Bui find ><Mir richest. <'cure*t irea«uru In books, friends, niiuic. |K>H*hud kiiur* ; Let niiixl. not tfeiirfe. Make the sole scale by whiclt ye meaiur* Vour opulence! This it the solnce—Diis tlie iclrnee—I.ife'n purest, vwe'test, best appliance, Tliat (tiguppoinlfl nitt man's reliiiice, IVlmiu'er !il« state; Cut cliattfiicci *. tvith calm defiance. Time, furturni, f.ue.
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
CHAR.RICK -WESTBROOK, FDlToa and roorsiETOR. Printing Office—From Street, oppotlle Bari'f Holel Publication Office—Locust Strret, opposite the P. O. TenHs.—The Columbia Spy Ik piilillptiPd every Saturday iiiorninp althe low price nf " ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADVANCE, or one dollar and fifty cenla.lf not paid witliln one month of the time of subscribing. Single enpirs.TlinEE CENTS. Terms op Advkbtisino—Advertifemenu not exceeding ft square three nines for 01. and 35 cents for each additional insertion. Thme of a greater length In propurtl'iH. O-X liberal discount made to yearly adver-JoD PnlsTtso — Such as Hnnd-blll*, PostlnB-bills, Card*. Label'. 1'am.nlilets. Blanks of every d>scrip! Ion Clrcul:irn,et(;-ftc..executed with neatncssaiiddcsiialcn anrf nti rnftannntilfttftmifl.
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Stoves, stoves. fTlHE tubscribers have constancy on hand a I fall assortment of Wood.Coaland Cooking Stoves of every size and descriolion, Cannon Stores. Also, Headennnrg's. Patent AIR-TIGHT PARLOR STOVES, which ha* Riven foil satisfaction in all cr.ses. The public arc invited tocall and exa.ro .ne for themselves, at the Hardware Store »f Oct. 9—tf KUMPL.E & HESS.
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
CLIPPINGS & COMMENTS Daniel Webster '(says Ihe Boston correspondent of ttio New York Tribune, writing on Saturday) arrived at tlrc Tremont House that morning from Marsh field. His health is much improved, though he still looks pale from his bilious ultack* We arc gratified to know that Ms health is improved, but we can not for our life imag ine the great thinking; machine *• looking 1 pale!" A Business Transaction.—On Saturday last a person unknown presented at tho counter of the Exchange Bank in Albany a check for 31,805 07, which was paid. It was drawn in the name of Tweedlc &. Darlington. Donations to Ireland.—It appears from a statement in the American Almanac, that the amount of donations sent from this country to the relief of the destitute in Ireland, considerably exceeds a million of dollars. Including" all the donations, in kind and money, private and public , for Uic year, the total value cannot fall short of a million and a Jtulf of dollars. Did tiie...
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
All Ilie f.iMmvjiif! nrtitlfd wliirli litivn obtained »r.-liminiliMl iii.piilunty, arc koIiI }jv W. A. l.cailtr, ili« only iiil'-nt fur 1 lie ;, 'i:t;nun,1 - unifies in (Jnliinilun, fttiti l>>' Junitrx Smith. lJinr.;iKf(. -r. and Jitlin J I.ihtinrt. M'jri.|t;t. C"»- tit>n — liny only of the aliuvc per^uns as all oilier* an: rniitilerji'lt: — An IJ.vi-4jUAM.En Itnvenv, Jtml ,m Jllmnniic f,,r ISIS Gratis — Ul— For folds iimi |-VverHli (VeliUf. "' . and firerenting levers 2nd —For ApiIiim.i 1,1 v«r coinpl lint fliul ittii-Hi-* ntfrctiniirf. Ifnl —For Dinrrlimi, liiiliift'Pii"" :"id f,m»«.(/ AppMte. -iili—For Co«Mvem*«s in leiunles unii ninlcs. 5th—Ktir SloiiinHi affectinim, I>yepcpiinnm! Plies The Gnat Paints arc, it is lint had In iak«,itcrer jjiv«.o pain nnrl vircr trarrione costirr. ! For ill) iln'^ti l Ii in n^ it \a uarrniilu.l unequalled, mxl all ivlm tin not litid it so may return the bottle and gel tttvir '''rS' in-'dirinft tef.O.VOf.Ers GKF.JlT II...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Fmin ttic Cincinnati ."Morning fticn.il. Ladomn'o Classes ok England and Irumnd.—It must be a sad picture lo look upon the laboring 1 classes of England and Ireland—that empire of splendor nnd wretchedness. The recent arrivals, repeat in doleful and afflicting accents,the accounts of their increasing want and woe and misery, anil ns the winter advances, their condition must inevitably grow worse. There seems no relief for the destitute—no hope but death for the suffering. A late number of the Westminster Review has a long article (hit speaks in tones tint should, and must eventually, be listened to. The upper, and even the middling classes, says the writer, have been so long habituated to a knowledge of the existence of misery and want and privation, Llmt they ask with indolent or vapid indifference, when pressed upon to consider the whole question, " what is there new that we have not heard of? Is there anything paificular lo winch you refer." Tell them that an agricultural labor...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
muu. At hi* rusMcncr. i» West Ilempf.etd township, oil Wednesday, the ITtli of November, Johk Coi'ESHEPEit, need 61 years 1 day. - WANTEP. rPO RENT, a comfortable two story dwelling JL House, in a pleasant part of the tevn. Knqairc at the Spy OHicc. THE GRSAT CENTRAL CHEAP HAT AKD CAP STORE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, A TO 2SI Marki-l Slreol.-Nintli il""r alinvc Eijlilli SI. 1\ Sonlli siilo. rhiladQliil.ia. comprises one nCllie Inrgrd ami inixl be.iulifnl as"nrtmclil9Of H»T». <3aph & llvrr* ' n in- I'niou, and of llic iolcst and most a|i|irnvc:il »l\\er. ninniiRiriured under lite iinmeillate sii|>crin(milance of llic SiilisrnbL'r, in tlio best innniier. of jiriine m.iierril!>, anil will lie sold at the lotvcn possible prices O.r casli. The nssorlracnt emnraccsn iplenilii! variety of Sti-K, Mol.hSkiN11eavi:b.Uhii«ii. IltsslA, Xotiiia an.l ml.rr II.VTS.nrUi-aiitifulllilwii, ""' I a comploli> Slock of all kindfiofCUllII, GI.AZKD. l'UKand 1'J.USII CM'.S...
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
- TH-E SPY & COLUMBIAN. SATURDAY aiORKtSG, Occ. 4, 1347. AgencIesT V. B. Palmer, North West corner of Third and Chestnut streets, Philadelphia, "Tribune Buildings, (opposite City Ha«>' * ° r "' South East corner df Baltimore and «..al«rl strecis, Baltimore^ and No. 12 State strtttli Boslori. Jacob M. WesthaeffeA-, Lancaster city. • William A. PierWi Travelling Agent. ~ Dm=rE Service.— The Kct. N. A. Kcyes, for Sonlo. years" * missionary to Persia, will preach iu the Gor. Ref. Cliurch of this place, on lo morrow afternoon at half-past two o'clock. Tastefcl and TBMrnxo.—Friend Slack, in Shrcincr'« Walnut Front, has become the special agent of Santa Claus, for the coming holidays. His Hock must please everybody—and his children. Sicvnsa.—The boys were merrily employed in improving the skim of ice, which formed on Mon. day night for Hie first lime this season. Slippery pavements we have bad before. Hague's Horoscope.—Those interested in Astrology can get a world of in...
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Valuable Real Estate, Town lots, «&c, at Public Sale Without Reserve. TN pursuance of an order of llio Orphans'Court of Lancaster countywill be sold on Saturday, the 18(4 of December next , at the public house of John Barr, in the Uorough ol Columbia, the following Real Estate, formerly the dwelling of Gen. Thos. lioudc, dee 'd.: No. 1. A Lot of Ground with a large Two £" <* Story Brick DWELLING and back buildings-^™ •with Stabling and Carriage House thereon erected, situate on Front street, near the Bridge, in the Borough of Columbia, fronting on said street 30 feet and extending back about 300 feet to a 11 feet alley, adjoining tho property of tl.c Widow Iircncman on the north, and No. 2 on the lotilh. Tli 'n house being very large and constructed of the best materials, is susceptible of being altcrod to a first rate business stand, in worthy the attention of capitalists. No. 2. A Lot adjoining No. 1 on tlio north aod properly of Widow Swartz on the south, frontin...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Valuable Vegetarle Remedy.—Dr. Sicayne s Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry* is mild and plcasantto the tuslc, perfectly sale anJ harmless in Us operation, and yet it is one of the most powcrJu! and cerlain remedies for Consumption of the Lungs, Coughs, Colds, Aslhmn, Spitting Blood, Liver Complaint, l*ains in the Side or lircust, und ^general Deliility of the Constitution, that was over invented by the skill of man for the relief of the aAUctcd public. Certificates and evidences of its wonderful curative powers arc daily received from all quartors. It is impossible to conceive the aggregate of suffering and misery that h.is been relieved or banished by it; nor can we calculate Hie immense benefit that shall accrue from iL hereafter.— All ageffsexes, and constitutions arc nJikc affected by it, and the disease is eradicated from thesy&tcm, the constitution repaired, and health restored by the use of Dr. tiwaync's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry. How many sufferers do we daily beho...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
The Flood.—Tho heavy rains of last week caused a severe freshet in the Juuiatn, covering the turnpike in many places and interrupting the travel for Boinc days. The Juniata mails failed to arrive in time for a few days, in consequence of the turn. pike bridges being nwept away. It was feared that great damage would again be done to the Juniata canals, but as the water subsides it is found tho injury is not so great as was at first anticipated.— Dem. Union, Extensive floods have also occurred in the Kanawha, James, and Allegheny rivers. Mr. John Means, editor of the " Wayne County Democrat," at Woostcr, Ohio has spliced himself at last to Miss Kate Korn. We have heard of intoxication in love, but brother Means has got fuirly korned. Mrs. Kate bemcans herself by such an alliance. Statement of the. T)cU of the United Stairs on the Itt of November, 1847. Of the principal nnd interest ot the oh! funded and unfunded debt, S122. 2SS 53 Treasury notes issued during the war of 1812, 4,317 ...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
7uk Patriot's Dog In B.vtti.k.—A letter from Capt. Merrill, of thu army in Mexico, «ivcs the following touching incidents: Among the brave .:ud good that have this day fallen was my friend liurivc!',nf the J>lh Infantry, tic fell early in the action from a wound ir. the leg. On the slight repulse of our troops he was inhumanly murdered by tho enemy's lancers- His faithful dog—a beautiful pointer, had accompanied him there; lie was ulso wounded. During the action he became separated from his master. After it had subsided, the noble form of HurwcII, manly as in life, was discovered,and beside him,and licking hia face and wounds was his poor dog, who regardless of his own pain, had sought his generous master in the hour of danger, there, upon the same field, to die. This affectionate scene touched the hearts of many. Again, after the fury of tho battle was over, I saw a camp-woman, of the infantry, who came upon the field to look for her husband. Almost frantic with despair sh...
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
NATimw. History.—A puprr was lately read before the British Association of Geologists by E. Vcviun, which gave an account of sonic recent researches on Kent's Cavern by the Torqutiy Natural History Society in which it would nppcarthat our forefathers were at one j>criod unacquainted u iill the usq of iron. la «nc place was found a layer ofdarU mould, con, tainrng burnt woud or ^ charcoal, with recent shells and bones, resting on the floor of stnghimitp, and below this, a solid bed of rcJ marl, full of broken bones, and icclh of extinct animals. In another place, below a floor of staghmitc, which was carefully swept and seemed never loh.ive been disturbed, they found the same red loam, with many bones much decayed, und a Hint knife. In another place where the staglamilc was about one foot thick, the same loam contained a bed of fossil teeth, principally of hyena, many fossil bodies, and among them another perfect flint knife. The author thought the cave was first inhabited b...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Sitmpatiiv tor Italy.—Tlio meeting in N. York of the friends of Italian freedom ai>d progress was-Tery numerously attended, and was addressed by ccvcral distinguished citizens, whose appeals were responded to with the greatest enthusiasm. The New York papers are filln) with its proceedings, from a perusal of which we judge thai it must have been a most gratifying manifestation of public sentiment. AAci.- the organitalion of the meeting, the President, Vniliaro V. Brady, E«j, Mayor, Uid bcfi.rc it •cvenl letters from public and distinguished gentlemen, in reply to the invitations of the committee addressed to them, to take part in this meeting The letters were then read by Mr. Devercux, one of the Secretaries, and were from Hon. M. Van JBurcn, Hon. James Buchanan, Hon. G. M. DMbs, Hon. Rcvcrcdy Johson, W. II. Seward, T. II. lienton . Hob. Albert Gallatin, Senator Dix, Senator Dickinson, lion. Edward Everett Mr. Grcclry «u then.introduced, and read the Address !o Pope Pius wh...