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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
CHAIN'S Sl'IXO-AIlDOJiraAI. SUPPORTER. ri'MlIS instrument, as its name suggest*., is de-J_ signed us a remedy for various 'conijiluints, dependent on a weakened and relaxed state of Ilie Spinal and Abdominal muscles. Mrs. II. Z. a very respectable lady of the city c.f Alb.iny, mnlhcr of several small children, of tali stature and spare habil, had been under treatment for an obstinate uterine disease, attended with prolapsus uteri, severe pain in the side, weakness of the back, general muscular dcbilily, lasshmlc, langour, acidity of stomich, much indigestion and cnslivcncss. As medicine seemed lo have but sligM cfiect in affording relief, arising in part, from her situ.r.ion as a mother in the daily discharge of domestic duties, I recommended a trial of Dc. Crain's Spino-Abdominul Supporter. In April, 16-1G sbc commenced the use of one, and has continued to wear it up to this dale, willi very great relief lo all her unpleasant symptom?, and willi lite most fluttering promise of re...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
A scirscE to revivk.—Pythagoras invented a means by which everything that he wrote upon a mirror with bean-juice became legible in the moon. Ctcl. Rhotligin , xh 13. When Charles V. and Francis I. were waging war with each other to obtain possession of Milan, every thing that hap. pencd in the day of Milan could,by means of such a mirror, easily be read on the moon at nights in Fan*. Agrippa DcOccul. Pltilos. ii. 6. Please Take Notice.—We have been frequently annoyed by a soap vender in Philadelphia named HaucI, who meanly copies our advertisements and applies the same to his own tine. Now what principle can a man possess who will condescend lo make use ofsuch means artifices to insure his success, and make hia articles soil. A man's composition of or his stereotype matter, is on much his property as iiis-stock in business, or goods, wares and chattels; if, then, another man meanly adopts such composition, or property for own use, what better is he than a rogue who will make illeg...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
A Good Telegraph Joke.—A good telegraph joke—good because it is true, the Rochester Advertiser says—occurred in that city a day or two ag»^ A " professional" gentleman had telegraphed to Buffalo to procure the services of a lady star for a brief season, at the National, and received the an. swer through tho name highway of thought.— Opening the communication handed him by the boy, he thought he spied the game of some wag in the matter, and he exclaimed, " You can't fool me; this nin't her writing. I've seen it a thousand times, and this ain't no more like hers than mine is!"—And with a quiet wink at his shrewdness, he proceeded to give direclions about tho stage. The manager had not probably heard that "ihe news is transmitted in a fluid state;" and was as ignorant of the morlus operandi, as a patron of the telegra ph here, who offered a communication commencing, " I now tako my pen in hand, &c." and closing with "My pen la poor, mj ink is palp . And my love In you shall n...
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Finh SrouT.—A number of "hunters" from Day. ton have been in the woodi tins fall. Their success generally has been very encouraging. IJut the finest " sport* 1 seems lo have fallen in the way of Jim Davis. He " bagged" five Occr, and a hear weighing 420 pounds \ Tlic bear was glint in Piiulding county about three quarters ol a milo from the camp of the party, willi which Davis went out. When first seen, the bear was standing upon his hind legs nearly erect—pawing at something on a tree, lie soon cimc down upon "all fours," when Davis fired; the ball struck the animal in the ham and ranged through to the neck . Tiiis was emphatically " a fire in the rear !'* The bear started off with a terrible howl, followed by Davi£, and was killed by a ball in tlic brain, the third shot. Davis shipped liis prize at the junction, and it arrived here on Saturday in good condition. When erect the " varmint" was 8\ feel high. Ho must have been an old settler.— ])nyton Journal. ¦ rrffr f -*•¦ <...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Santi Ass* Thud fo* Steau.no.—A letter rom Mexico, dated the 20th of October, and pub. lished in the Tampico Sentinel, states that Santa Anna has taken up his residence at Tehuacan, whence lie intends to defend himself ngainst the charges brought against him. It is not only alleged against- him that he obandondend the city on the night of tho 13lli of Sop. tcmber last, with his army, in a most cowardly manner, leaving the city without protection; but that previous to his leaving, ho robbed the treasury department of all bonds and every other species of available means. And lo easl off all suspicion frnm himself,he then ordered that Ihe prison of the Accordada be opened, and its donvicts let loose upon the community. The hall of the House of Rcprcscntalivcs was entered by them, its chandaliors broken in a thousand pieces, the rich tapestry torn from the windows and strewed abcnit the floor, and the residue of the splendid hall mutilated, if not entirely destroyed.
Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
The Canal is closed at Buffalo, and we have reports that it is also closed at other points. The weather the whole of yesterday was very cold, the thermometer raging at a very low point, the midday aun having scarcely any effect on the snow which fell on Sunday night. At this place the eanul :s still open, and boats arc arriving rapidly. The quantity of produce arriving is very great. and is probable thai in three or four days, should the canal remain open until that time, it will be pretty well cleared of boats. BuUi.T boats clcarod wcstwardly yesterday. An avalanche of produce poured into the b.isin at this city, from the Erie Canal, between 0 A. M. on Saturday and the samohour on Monday. Amongst tho quality were 47,000 bbU. of flour, 52,000 bushels of whcnl, 20,000 bushels oC barley, 20,000 bushels of oats, 360,000 pounds of cheese, and 160,000 pounds of butler. We shall not starve yol, —Albany Argus of Tuesday.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Ei.ectrici rv Umversai..—Electricity is diffused through the entire mass of this globe und of Ihe atmosphere which surrounds it, and it may he regarded as one of tlic must active elements in all the works of creation. In every chemical change wilh which we are acquainted— in tho various processes of organic life—in the mechanical movemenu of particle* of matter—in any alteration of stale, under the influences of heat or solar radiation it is by mere contact with solid bodies that electricity ia developed. We learn to know it as something fearful from the irrcsislablc power of Ihe li ghtning and tho thunder from ils terrible cicplo. sion. We marvel at its influence in directing the needle of the mariner, and we arc astonished st tho rapidity of its flight. — Sci. Am.
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
I. 0. F. E. A regular stated meeting of the G. ft. will bo held THIS (Saturday) EVENING, at tlicir Hill in Wulnnl slrcet, at 7 o'clock. Punclual atlcmr. nnee i« requested, as business of importance will be laid before the meeting. By order of ihe IX-c. •!, 1S17.— It OROCKRV.' Dissolution of Partnership. rilUE parlncrahip heretofore existing lic-X tween Wtn. Dentty and Win. 1JpIITs this il-.iy dissolved by mutual consent. Those indebted to the late firmare requested lo make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same will please present them for bettlement. Marietta, Nov. 22, 1847. no'27M7-3t*
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
815,122,423 33 DANIEL GllAIIAM, Register. Treasury Department, Register's Office, Nov. 19, 1817. Thisshowsan increase orS27,33."),042 31. The Washington Union expects the increased duties under the new tariff, and thnso derivable from the Mexican tariff, to diminish this sum materially.
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
PHILIP GOSSIiUXL, ATTORNEY AT L.A.W. Columbia, Lancaster county, Penn'a TTTILL practice in the several Courts of fV Lancaslcrnnd York counties. Office. — In Walnut street, adjoining the VVnsbinstnn Hotfl. Mar G, 1S47. DOCT. WM. S. M'COJIKLE. OFFICE—South East corner of Locust and Second street. Hoarding House—with Mrs. Swar(z,3 doors below his late resilience. Columbia, April7, 1847.—tf MORE NEW GOODS. CALL and see the splendid assortment of New Good*, jtist received by OCI23'17-11 J I>. & I. WRIGHT. A NOTHER large supply of choice Dry Goods J\_ for Fall and Winter. At the Bee Hive, North Uuecn street. CHAS. E. WENTZ &. BRO. Lancaster, Oct. 22, 1817-tf FOR sale a light two horse wagon nearly now. Apply to FRY &. SPANGLER. Columbia, Oct. 1G, 1817-tf. RESH ETHEREAL OIL, nt Young ?¦• Cas sels', No. 50, Front Street Columbia. ocU.tf TERKIRR.1 SIIA^VI^S. " ,4 Splendid assortment of Tcrkirra and other A\ shawls. Just received at oc2'17 • FRY & SP...
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
SILKS , Shawl?, Cashmeres, Delames, iUcrinocs, Alpucas, Clotlis, Cussiincres, Satins, Ginghams, and a variety of all other kind.i of goods which will ho sold low Tor cash, at Young & Casscll's, No. 50, Front street, Columbia. Oct.23-lf FRENCH MERINOES. JUST opened dll the desirable shades of those splendid THIBET CLOTHS so much in de. mand at present for cloaks and dresses—warranted from tho celebrated factory ot Lupcns &. Co. At flip jiti Va £liY l^ff Lancaster, Oct.23-lf North Queen street. AUCTION GOODS, AUCTION GOODS. rpIIE subscribers have just received a very ex. I tensive assortment of seasonable Goods, prin. cipally purchased at Auction, at much below the regular prices, which arc offered at a small advance on cost, and on favorable terms. PETER HALDEMAN &. Co. Wanted, one or two experienced Salesmen. Columbia, Oct. 33—If P. II. & Co. EIVK Dollars Reward. Lost or stolon, on the 15th insi.. a brindle colored bull Dog, low sot nnd bushy toil, ...
Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Steam Engine for fcale; FACTORY TO RENT. FIVE horse power Steam Engine with J\_ an 8 horse boiler in complete order for sale—at present put up in the brick Factory on Union street, above Second. Said buildmir is for sale or to rent; it is 50 feet square, well lighted, has large doors fronting north and southon Union street and on a 12 foot alloy, is well adapted for a PLANING MACHINE, for which it was once used, or fora Foundry, or any business requiring large space and good light. The lot on which ihc building stands is largo and would suit for the storing of lumber or bulky materials. 50 Tons Pine Grove Conl for sale. r»/.i <:>,!_tr JT. H. MIFFLIN. DISS OLUTION. TH E partnership heretofore existing between tha subscribers, trading under the firm of J. W. Fisher &Co., has been dissolved by mutual consent. J. W. FISHER, S. GROVE. Columbia, S»plembcr 1, 1817. THE undersigned has jast received a fresh supply of goods suited to tho season, embracing SLOTHS, CA...
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
COOKL\G STOVES. GREAT IMPROVEMENT. 1~> P. STEWARTS Patent Air-Tight and JL . Hot.Air Summer and' Winter COOKING 1STO VE, for Wood or Coal. Sold only at No. 86, Baltimore Sli cet, Baltimoreby the subscriber, having the exclusive right to sell them in the States of Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia and all Pennsylvania west of tlic Susquehanna river. This celebrated Stove has now a character whicb no other has evi.r attained, and has been oflon enough and long enough tried to warrant tho decbrat ion that it is the best Cooking Stove in America, and should sny doubt it I am ready to test it with any other stove, cjther as a fuel saver, or complete operator. It has never boon surpassed, if ever equalled, and I have any amount of testimony substantiating the assertion. The first premium was awarded to tin's stove at tho fair of the American Institute, New York; the first premium by the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia; first premium by tho Mechanics'Institute, Boston; Hrs...
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
NEW GOODS:! W. & S. PATTON. VFI'ER returning thanks to the citizens of Columbia and vicinity, for the very liberal aliarc of patronage lxi»towisl upon them during the past Spring and Summer, would again cull their attention to their NEW STOCK of FALL & WINTER GOODS, Consisting of Cloaking". FrenchEnclish and German do—Coburg's Paramettas and Plaids Dress G .oils, Plain, Plaid and Fancy Colored Cashmeres, California an 1 Lama J'laid C.iniba. zincs, AIpaccas, Mexican, Buena Visla and Ccrrn Cordo Plaids, Woolen do. Supciior quality Loudon GIas*v Alnacras, Lustre Plaid aniSlripeJ ilo. sri.in^JLs. Chashmere, Terkerra, Embroidered, &c. Plain Thibet, Silk and Wool Fringes, Blanket, Plain and Plaid Cloth do. New style Belgian Shawls-Cloths and Casslmcrcs-A large a-sortment of Cloth", West of England and French Cl.ilhs and Cassimeros, very fine, and extra width—Blue, Biown, Drab, Olive, Invisihli-Green, Mixed and Black Uril.Eh and American Cloths—Plain and Fancy C...
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
MORE NEW GOODS AT FRIT Jfc SPAIVeX-ER'S. TT IE subscribers have just received and arc now opening another splendid assortment of goods, which they are determined to sell at such prices as cannot fail to please. All they ask is a coll, as they arc confident of suiting* those who wish to purchase. FRY &, SPANG LEU. Columbia. October 30. iSH.—tf. MUJrJba: m.V3T3rsni V Kull assortment of MUFF'S and BOAS just received ond for sale at oct30M7-lf FRY &. Sl'AXGLER'S. p erriTdaviFs pain killer, OR THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE. mllB snlii.rr.lier ln-eslcrtvc Io infnmi tile cilijiens of Colunilii:t and vicinity Hint lie Una just rccuivcil rrnm I'rorulcncc. 11. I.. Ilirco !»«< "f l'crry ll.iv!>'> r.un Ciller, sn ivrll known in llie New Knylanil stati'i fur removing all Kinds of |i3lin, no matter wliatkinil--Hliciinrali-m, Acliiii " Vncc, Aclimg Tculli. lloriia, I'nin in ll»: neckl>ark. anil licaJ; CoWs, Cliolic pain.&c ,&>• , nml f...
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
SHAWLS! SlIAWWi: A splendid assortment of the .latest styles just received and fur sale CHEAP at ..,.wr.,r I n. *. I. WUIGIIT. MUFl'S! MUFFS i: MU**»ssi A splendid assortment jast received and for sale V S^f CAr<lt J.D-fcl. WRIGHT. BOOKS AND STATIONERY JU ST received a. large and well solected assortment of Miscellaneous Books. ALSO—SCHOOL BOOKS &. STATIONERY. BLAHZ BOOKS Of every variety for sale cheap at the Columbia Book Store, Locust Street, opposite the Post Office -HUSiii^^^nMA AND rTIHE Indian Vegetable Balsam is Ihc only rcmc-I dy that can arrest with certainty the various rmlmonary affections under which thousands sink into the grave. No one ever used this Balsam according to directions without finding Telief. It positively cures Asthma, Bronchitis, Inflamstion of the Lungs and Throat, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, Consumption, &c It docs all it promises, and all that is asked is just to giro it a fair trial, and it will at once prove its ...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
SSOO.OO REWARD!! ri^IlE public are hereby cautioned against J_ receiving from JESSE ROBERTS (our former agent,} any of HobSnsack's Medicated Worm Sitrup, as he has been discharged from our employ. No medicine is genuine without the written signature of J. N. &. G. S. Hobensack on the label of each bottle. The above reward will be paid upon the conviction of any person counterfeiting said signatureof which the public have notices and are further cautioned against paying the above named JESSE ROBERTS any money on our account, as he has no authority io receive the same. — Read the following Veriificale from a highly respectable Physician : Messrs* Hobensack:—I Cake great pleasure in informing you of the great efficacy of your Worm Syrup. My daughter being afflicted for a long time, I tried all the remedies for her my skill was heir to, without receiving any benefit, and gave the case up as hopeless, when 1 was induced, by one of my family, to try your Worm Syrup, and I mu...
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
1,' X. KKIGUaK Kespcciluliy mtorins ins ' , friends and the public, thai he has on hand offcra fur sale at his 1'ANCY, VARIETY ANT) CONFEC T1ONAK.Y STORE, In Locust street, a few doors above the Town Hall, north side, a select assortment of fresh goods, viz : CANDIES Ol every sort; Bordeaux, Lisbon, and Mal.iga Almonds; Filberts, Grecnoblc Walnuts, Peanuts, Chestnuts, &c. FOREIGN FRUIT: Raisins, 1'rnncF, Zantc-Currants, Citron; Lemons, Dates, &.c. CRANBERRIES, clean picktd, ami ready "'ATassortmcnl of TOYS and FANCY article*. Fancy Boxes, Dolls, (kid and jointed,) Emories, Waiters, Mirrors, Pencils, &.c. PJERFV.JfIJEie 1* , And articles for the Toilet; Cologne, Pomade, Lilly While, Teeth and Hair Brushes, Fancy and Castile Soaps; Itallian Violin Strings and Bridges, Clarionet Reeds. A small assortment of STATIONARY and SCHOOL HOOKS, Motto Seals, Wafcis, fancy and plain Sealing Wax, Steel Pens and quills, Excellent TOBACCO, SNUFF and SEGARS He also offers fo...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
HOVER'S First Premium Writing Ink. Silcer racial just aaarded by the American Institute, New York, 1817 The following- testimony from distinguished Instiluliuns speaks for itself: U.vivr-rtsiTY of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, May 11, 1811. Having tried. For some time, the Black Ink manufactured by Mr. Joseph E. Hoover, we have found ii well suited for manuscript, by its running freely, and its exemption ft om coagulation. Ilsshadcalso we are pleased with. W. E. IIOKNER, M. D., Dean of the Faculty ami Prof, of Anatomy. JOHN LU ' DLOW, I'rovost. SAMUEL H. WVr.IE, Vico.Provosl. HENRY REED, Secretory of the Faculty of Arts. ROSEWELL PARKE, Prof, of Nat. Philosophy and Chemistry. W. W. GERHARD, Lecturer in the Medical Department. Pennsylvania Medical College, Phila, Wo fully concur in the above. S.YML. GEORGE MORTON, M. D., Dean of the Faculty. Central High School, l'hiladelpliiu. A. D. BACHB, Principal. 11. McMUUTKlE, M. D., Prof, of An. Amriicau Fire Insurance Co., PMladrlphia. FREDER...
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
To the Honorable E. Lcmsl'reaule.nt,and Inn Associates, Judges, of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the I'eacp,far the county of Istncaster'. TITHE petition of Jacob Miller respectfully J_ sheweth:—That your petitioner hath leased llr.it commodious house situated at the lurks of ihe Marietta and Lancaster turnpike anJ the Columbia roadin West Hemplield township, late the estate of Samuel Boyd, deceasedwhich is well calculated for a public Louse of entertainment, and from its neighborhood and situationis suitable as well as necest.iry for the accommodation of the publicand tlic entertainment of strangers and travellers. The said house has beeiioccupied as a licensed Inn fur several years last past. That he is well pmyided with stabling for horses and all couicHionces necessary for the entertainment of strangers and travellers, lie therefore respectfully prays the court to grant him a license to keep an Inn or Public House of Entertainment there. And your petitioner will, &c...