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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
PUBLIC? SALE, On Sattirdny, the Ht7t day of December, IS 17 IN pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of Lancaster countythe undersigned Administratrix of the Estate of Peter Mc-Tague, late of the Horough of Columbia, deceased, vvill expose for sale at public vendue, at the public house of John Harr, in the horough aforesaidthe real estate of said decedent, as follows, vix : XnTo. 2. A XiOS? OF G-ROUOTD, Fronting 28 feel on Fronl street, below Union slreet, in said borough,and extending in depth 100 feet to a public alley, whereon is erected that well known Tavern Siand, known as the SEVEN STARS HOTEL. No. 2. A River Lot of Choundfronting 20j feet, more or less on Front street aforesaid, and extending in depth about 150 feet to the Susquehanna River, upon whic'iis erected a large Two Story Frame Warehouse, and adjoining properly of A. Bmner, John Cooper, Cornelius Tyson and others. No. 3. JL House and Lot of O-round fronting 40 feel on Union street aforesaid, between Second a...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
LOOK HERS , NEW YORK CHEAP STORE, Front Slreet, Columbia, Penn'a. riMIE subscriber is now selling off at COST his entire stock of new nnd well selected Dry (jooda. <!roccries, Hat?Caps, Boots, Shoes and ruady made Clothing, without reserve. Ntrangers and citizens will snve 20 per cenr.by colling at the New Vork Cheap Store, before making ihoir purchases elsewhere, os the Crroat Reduction of Prices will induce every person -visiting Cheap Goods, io buv without further trouble. ' fmukmm.y anocERiMis, Such as Cofl'ee, sugar, .Molasses, Tea?, Fish, me. Ready Made Clothing, Such as CoatsPantsVestsshirts. Draw"* , dollars, Hosotns, Sussicudera, etc. ; all of wliien will be sold cheaper than at any other store in Columbia, to close the concern. BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS, Selling at about half price; coarse heavy ISoois for winter, fine cnli tkin do.; also, lirojjaiis of all varieties and sizes, selling ofl" cheap. HATS AND CAPS, For men and hoys; line Z?eavertcenNutria and Aiioola...
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
1~ »EK1N TEAS of all kinds, to bo had Ircsli at YOUNG & CASSEL'S Store, No. 30. "Columbia, aug. 7,1847—tf Nails and SpHtes. O AAKecs N AILS, SF IKES and BRADS.— /ZAJvJ Just received and for sale at reduced prices by RUMPLE & HESS. ONES' SOLUTION OF JET, an instantaneous liquid human hair Dye, for dyeing liaht, redor grey hair permanently a brown or jet black color. Full and copious directions enclosed. Sold at the sign of the American Ea»1cNo. 82 Calhatn Street. New York-Price 50 cents, $1 or 91,50 per bottle. Sold by Aug. 7,1847—Cm K. WILLIAMS. MILL, and CROSS- DVT SAWS of Roland's best. For sale at manufactures prices by RUMPLE U llfcbb-Columbia, April 7, 1847.-lf ' CEAIITS. ~ HE RR'S Celebrated Lowdcn Ffth Ciiaik s Tracesloos, and shortdouble and sincle Link. Breast Carrying and Halter, Chains, ill of which we offer ^¦"""/jg^ |"|^- Columbia, April 7,1847.—tf pi is is oir,. TUST received and for sale at the Hanlwar .1 Store of . RUMPLE & IIESS Colombia, A...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
COLUMBIA LIVERY STABLES. THE subscriber having fitted up a Livery Stable . -in the Borough of Columbia, at the Washington Hotel, w ' ould respectfully call the attention of the citizens ami community to that fact. He. having gone to considerable care and expense to get up such a stand as the town never yet bad, would beg leave to announce, the he lias prepared himself with a good and SAFE STOCK OF HORSES, Together with different kinds of Cajiiuagi.s, to suit the travelling community, now asks a share of patronage due to a public good, and hopes by strict and prompt attention to bis line of business, to merit the same. THEREFORE: Yn>youthful heroes, all draw near And to my feeble song give car, If you in Horsemanship delight And on some balmy moonlit night. Perchance some fair one at your side, Knjoy the pleasure of an evening ride. A Carrinn-e, Florsc, or Coach you nceJ To J. B. Edwards, then fir-t speed. To serve you all, you'll find him able, Uyo.lK"aall,i 3 Ljv ? p i S.a...
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
MILLER cSj CO/S EXPRESS. JSLmtea T?Y iheir own Cars in charge ofmesscngers, and under locks, DAILY between Philadelphia, Lancaster, Columbia, Wrightsvillc, York, Gettysburg-, Baltimore, Washington, South, Wcbt, North and Eist, by Evening: JTIail Trains. M. & Co. arc now prepared to forward in their cars . Packages, Parcels, Bundles, li ght Cases, and all descriptions of goods and merchandize; also Specie, Bank Notes, Drafts, Bills for collection, orders, &c, to any of the above named places by passenger trains and mail speed. Being desirous of affording every facility for the prompt and economical transaction of any commission entrusted to them, U1C3' respectfully solicit tlic patronage of all to their line. All goods or packages mutt ho marked "By Miller &. Co.'s Express." * 1). F. GRIFFITH, Agent, Miller & Co.'s Esprcss/Columbiri. Offices.— Corner of Third and Chestnut street, Philadelphia; Chas. Norrnan, Lancaster; H. Kauffelt, York; Museum B...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
LIST OF "ROOKS Recently received and for sale at ihe COLUMBIA BOOK STORE, Locust Street, opposite the Post Office. Itomo and Trav. Library ? Ladies* Work Box Cavt. Roberta ) Tlio Uuttle ,aughat>le Stratagems Lover's stories of Ireland arnton Lever's Rones and Hallads lorse keeper' * Guide Roh'i llonk Keeiihifi ..ist t1uy<nf f l oiii|.L-ii Washington anil liis Gen'a. Hngene Aram Way Xo Live Well iss Pickering's Novels Health made Eiay Mary Morris Lndirs' Work Table Book Literary Ladies of England llollick's Origin of Life Evelyn Nurse's Itliynie Hook Mabel, the Actress Aimldln Rescued Nun Chamber*' Inf. for People I'liilO^n[>liy of Rvil Rose of WjRsnlnkon Life ofOcn. T.iylor Tourist's Guide Mexico and hur Military Cruenon <-'amhiinir Clik'finins Portraits ofCcn* Tnylnr Lift* nf O'eti. Lnfayeltc •' Imlcncnd'cc Ifatl Taylor ami tii^ Generala American Wife Altii California Mothers' Medtcnl Guido ConritlKKt nf Santa Fe Infant Treatment Ladies* Self Inoln...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
FTTBXiZC SA£S rl pursuance ot aa order ot the Orphans' Court oi'I-ancasier county, will be exposed to public vendue, at the public house of .Edward Jacobsin the Borough of Columbiaon Wednesday, the 15th of Dccember,al 2 o'clock, V. M., the following valuable property, the estate of Dr. Hugh McCorkle, deceased, viz : No. 1. A TiiftKE Story Brick House <fo| and Lot of Ground situate on Locust at., 1 " 1 " " 1 between Front and Second streetsColumbia, adjoining property of John F. Houston, Esq., and William Atkins. The house being constructed of Hie best materials and workmanship, and suitable for cither a private-residence or for public businebd. No. 2. A LOT DF GROUND situate on Cherry street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, containing a front on Cherry street of two hundred and forty feet, and id ileptli one hundred a«id ninely feet to a fourteen feet alley. Due attendance will Iks given nitti terms made known by ¦ EVAN GR.KBN, Adm'r. of Dr. II. MeCorkle, dee'd. Colum...
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
TOOTH ACHE. MILLE R'S celebrated Odontalgic Drops will cure the most inveterate tooth ache in ono minute. Warranted not to injure the teeth in tho least degree For sale by W. A. LEADER. r,nv2n'.17.lf J-ILY WHITE. ~VT~O prepared chalk. But Jonc's Spanish Lily l\ WhileGlenn's Lily White, Rowand's Alabaster Powder, Kdncnd's Pearl PowderPowder Balls all of superior quality, together with Toilet Powder and Puffs. For sale by nov20M7-tf W. A. LEADER. TT1HE following lumber was returned to M. J_ G. MarpleEsq.of East Donegal township, by Christian liuchcr, viz: 8 hevven logs of various Iengtlis, from 20 to 78 feet long, and squared about 8 by 10 inches, without any particular mark observed. Nov. 20. 1SJ7. M. G. MARPLE.
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
1 OOKING GLASS1SS ol all sues und at rci duccd itriccs. For sale at OC2M7 FRY & SPANGLER'S. Fink Saucers. rpIIE Improved Carmine Saucers for dying silk X stockings, gloves, feathers, flowers, gauzes, orniws, cambrics, muslins, i.c. For saleLa ' «cpl24'47-tr LEADER S. HO NEY for sale, at Young- & CasBellV. No. 50, Front street, Columbia. Oct.23-tl SHAWLS! SI1A.WLS !! mill BET, Modie, Plaid, Cashmere, Turkerri, Silk X Ciwimerc, Blanket CrapC t »nd every variety of Shawls for sale low at the New York Store. n,,. ir_ir m?iP!i. mBT *-. GILBERT.
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Valuable MjOI for saic. A LOT OF GROUND on Locust street in the Borough of Columbia, lately sold as the properly of George C. Lloyddeceased is now offered al private sale. If not sold before the evening of Saturday, the 4th of December next:, it will then be offered for sale by public ont-ory, at the Washington Hotel,kept by Col. D. flerr, at 7 o'clock. It will bedivided to suit purchasers. If not sold on the 4th of December it will be rented. ABRAHAM BRUNER, SAMUEL SHOCII. Columbia. November 13, 18-17.—Is
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Cars Tor Sale or to Hire. ONE four wheel House Car, with heavy Baltimore wheels and axles—has been used only a few weeks. One do. Open Box Car . botb in perfect order, may be seen by applyin* to Benjamin Newlin, at West Chester, Chesfer county, and will be sold or hired on accommodating te™.^ c ^ N. B. cor. of I2th and Willow" st Phiianeiohia. Nor. 20, 1847.—5t
Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
SHFEE1. BEAD PrrilSES AND BAGS TUST received a most splendid assortment of fj Head Purses and Bags not to be surpassed by any. Also Steel Brads, Tassels, Rings, Tassels and Rings in setts, Clasps, and Twist of different shades. For sale by W. A, LEADER. n<,v20'47.tf
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
urax&ax's tssiscs GETABLE PILLS npilIS extraordinary medicine is founded upon I the principle that trie hum.in frame is subject to ONLY ONE DISEASE, viz : corrupt huinois, which, when floating in the gtncial mass of circulation, are the cause of all kinns ol Fevers, bui when lodgid in the various pans of the body, give rise to every malady incident to man. Let it be remembered ihat the human body and Wright' * Indian Vegetable Pills are mutually adapted on» to the other, and th<it by them all morbiil anil corrupt humors (the cause of disease) can be entirely eradicated, and ihis in so easy and natural n manner, that wlnle they every day give ease and i>le:lsuro - Disease of every name is Literally Driven from the Body. The tollowing highly respticuble storekeepers have been duly appointed agents for the sale of this , county. Celebrated Medicinein Lancaster county. , A-lmlle, Taylor & Pierce. lieartillc, J^eulien Wejdler. Bainbridge, J. K. Beech...
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
Health, Health, Health THOMPSONS' COMPOUND SYRUP OF TAR AND WOOD NAPTHA. THE ONLY CERTAIN RKMEUT FOU TIIR CUTIE O Pulmonary C»ntumjXiim Chronic firanehuts.and Sort Throat, jJsthma. Chrovit Catarrh, Spitting cf Blood, Pain in the Side and r - cant, Dtjfieutttf ef Breathtnir, tVhof. r tng Cou#h, Croop IVeakJfervesaudNervnus Tremnvrs, Palpitation nf the Heart; alto lAvtr Co»»- ptaintaTtit Affection uf the Kidneys. f\F nil the diseases inciiloni lo our climate there in none y ~J »o universal nnd at the R.-ime time *o in»i<lurtuB nnd lAtnl an CnnKiiinption. In till- country *"*.piiciu1ly l*n|. mnnnry Consumption is utnplintlcully a scourge and in Its rniMttleftficnrfter sweeps n'ertho land ns a dwd ' troyitu; Aiiuel.liivirifr low with relemle-t* hand tlic strntignunini feir*>»tnf our race! tlittiurtn all effort* to nrreat I Ins nrpad rilftenre hnvp proved v.iiri,niid nil that pecuicd within our power was at I>e*t1)iK .illeviniiun of suffer ing rendering somewha...
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
DR. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA. J) EAD the following Certificate in favor of the i, Extraordinary Virtues of DR. CCLLEN'S JjJAN VEGETABLE PANACEA. SCROFULA. Messrs R m-and & Walton:— Gentlemen—Feelmij deeply graietul for ihc nxlrnordinary cure performed iipun me by yotir Dr. C,i|- len's Indian Vegetable Panacea, I chcerlully furnish you vvilli a hhort history ol my ca&e. About seven ycarsngo, [when only eleven years old] I was attacked with Scrolula, which incrcasrd in us ravages, till my thronl wai tilled wuh ulcers ! the bones of my nerJt luid bare ! my pa laic duairoycd, and a large piece of one of the ntifcil bonea car. ried away. .My head m as also so much disrated, ihat in drinking, the lea or coffee would frequently pass out ol my ear! A mass ot something which the Doctors called a tumor came from mv nose. 1 was under lliecare of physicians oi the hishest distinction in this city, and atone nine pronounced cured, and by request aileudeil a medicnl lec...
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
A BLESSED, BLESSED AND HEAVENLY 1HRACLE Or MIRACLES!! ON the 4th of August, in the year 1843, a singular scene occurred i.i the Royal Scientific Institute of France. The aged, while headed President, his head barn, his arm outr stretched, his face radiant with smites, (foscience was triumphant,) and his voice with gratulatory tone, delivered the following reporl: " We are astounded at this singular preparation. Where indeed will science slop!—Here we have a preparation made in the form of a beautiful piece of soap, which ive know by actual praclipc, to cure every cutaneous eruption, every disfigurement of. and even discolored skint Where will its magic and singular power cease? The Negro, the Creole, the Yellow Race of the East, and the Red Man of the Far West, are alike under the influence of its extraordinary powers of clearing yellow or discolored skin, and making it white and beautiful and of changing the color of dark,or black, or brown skin." (Hereseveral persons were brough...
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
rf-ALLFEESH. jf rTlHANKFL'L- for past favors, and desirous for a 1 continuance of public patronage, the subscriber lakes thUjiKih'i of giving notice that he has just rcceivrda luryeand aencral supply ol fresh Drugs and Medicine?, Patent Medicines, &c- All of winch hewill disposoof, wholesale and retail, at very moderate prices wuh a guarantee to be genuine and of the best qjiahty. He has also received a very large stock of Perfumery, which, in point of assortment, quality and cheapness, is unequalled in this place. Ladies and others, call and sec for yourselves. Also a large assortment ol Combs and Brushes, very cheap. R. WILLIAMS, Front St. Columbia. AuEUSt 14, 1S!7.—tf. AN applicaiionwill be madeat the next Session ol the General Assembly of the State ol Pennsylvania, for the incorporation of a Company under ihn name and style, or in'endcd namo and style ol "The Columbia Savings Institution," and designed as an office of discount and deposit, with a capital not exceedi...
Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
COLUMBIA ARCADE, By B. GR1MSTOK. The subscriber respectfully informs his fi tends and the public generally that lie is now rcajy to supply them at his NEW ESTABLISHMENT, the three-story building in Front street, Coltimbiti, on the lot formerly occupieJ by John Enncy, as a ropcwallt. Me intends keeping on hand a select assortment of fashionably made CLOTHING. He has jnst returned from Philadelphia and NewYorltwith anew and splendid assortment of all kinds of clothing, made of the best materials, and in the latest style—consisting in part of superfine blue and blnckcloth COATS, Frock and Sack Coals, Pelisse Cloth and Tweeds of every color and quality. Also—a large assortment of plain nnd tancy Cassimere, Cloth, and all other PANTS, suitable for Spring, Summer and VVinler, of every size and description. VESTS—FigurcJ, Silk. Satin, Merino and Marseilles, suitable for all seasons and of every size, style and quality; to which is added a beautiful assortment of fine Linen bosom SHIRTS...
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 4 December 1847
A FINE SET OF TE.RTH I'OR 35 CKSTS. "\T7"I1ITE Teeth,fnul breath, healthy gums, Y T Yellow and unhealthy teeth, after once or twice cleaned with Jones ' Amber Tooth Pa sic have the appearance of the most beautiful ivory, and, at the same time it is so perfectly innocent and exquisitely fine, that its constant daily use i3 highly advantageous, even lo those teeth that are in good condition, giving them a beautiful polish, and preventing a premature decay. Those already decayed it prevents from becoming worse—it also fastens such as are becoming loose, and by perseverance ir will render me louiesr. tcelli delicately white, and makes the breath dcltcinusly sweei. Price 25 or 37J cents a Box. For sale by Aug. 17,847—Cm. R.WILLIAMS. SOIUETIIIXU j\KW. J UST received a second supply of WALKING CANE UMBRELLAS, a handsome and useful article, which will be sold at the manufacturer' s retail prices. Call and see them at J. D. & J. WRIGHT'S. an21M7-tf. 8S3&tlc fflr3 ' s, GJa...