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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
MILLER & CO.'S EXPRESS. £SM.e* BY their own Cars in chargoof'messengcrs, ami imdcr locks, DAILY between Philadelphia^ Lancaster, Co)o«nbid,'W>in-)>is ville, York, Gettysburg, Baltimore, Washington, South, West, North and East, by Evening Wail Trains. M. &, Co, are now prepared to forward in their cam, Packages, Parcels, Bundles, light Cases, and all descriptions of goods and merchandize; also Specie, Bank Notes, Drafts, Billa for collection, orders, &c, to any of the above named places by passenger trains and mail speed. Being dcxirous of .-ifTaniing every facility for the prompt and economical transaction of any commission entrusted to them, they rcsiJCClfulJy solicit the patronage of all to their line. All goods or packages must lie marked " By Miller & Co.'s Exiircss." 1>. F. GRIFFITH, Ajrcnt, Miller & Co.'s Express, Columbia. Offices Corner of Third and Chestnut street, Philadelphia; Chas. Norman * Lancaster; II....
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
LIST OF BOOKS Recently received ami for sale at tho COHJiTIBIA BOOK STORE, Locust Street, opposite tlic Poet Office. Ifomc and Trav. Library Ladioa' Work Dox €apl. ItoLertu Tho llnmle Iaii E!iaulc Stratagems Lover's nmrles of Ireland Marstnp Lover's Soncs and natlads Horse keeper's fJu|,lc Uobs'b llook Kcciilnu I.a»l JiysoriWfMiii WutimB(,in anil His ficnV Eugene Aram Way in Live Well Mim l'lrki-riug's Novi-la Heallli made BiRy Mary Morris f.mtliV Work TaMe Hook Lilorary Ladles of England ' , HolIUVs Ot«iu of l.ifo Lvclyn tVilrd-'sKnyiue Ituok Mallei, Um Actreis Atiiiiiliti itimcunl Nun i;|iiii.i!,lt»' Int. Tor People Philosophy of Evil lti.se or W jwaliUcnti Life ofC'Cii. Taylor Tourist's <7iiidc. >- Meiico nnd her Mitiiaiy Rrcen on ttainMlm; CliteftariK I'orlruils oCCcu. Taylor Lifeof Oen. Lamyoilo •• Inilejiend'ce Hall Taylor anil III* Ccnerala J American Wife Alia California. ', Mothers' Muilicnl GuMe-CaniiuiMilnffcinta Po J Infant Trenlnnrit l.ncJicu'a' cir ...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
TTTOXJiC SA2VE IN pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court ot'Lancaster county, will be exposed to public vendue, at the public house of Edward Jacobs, in the Borough of Columbia, on Wednesday, the 15th of December, at 2 o'clock, 1'. AI., the following valuable property, the estate of Dr. Hugh McCorkle, deceased, viz : No. 1. A Three Story Bhick House j£l3& and Lot of Ground situate on Locust st.,JKa"- between Front and Second streets, Columbia, adjoining properly of John F. Houston, Esq., and Wiliiam Atkins. The house being constructed of the best materials and workmanship, and suitable for cither a private residence or for public business. No. 2. A LOT OP GROUND situate on Cherry street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, containing a front on Cherry street of two hundred and forty feel, and in depth one hundred and niucty feet to a fourteen feet alloy. Due attendance will he given and terms made known by KVAN GRKEN, Adm'r.of Dr. II. McCorkle, dee'd. Columbia. N.jv...
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
TOOTH ACHE. MILLER'S celebrated Odontalgie Drops will cure the most inveterate tooth ache in one minute. Warranted not to injure tlic teeth in tho least degree. For sale by XV. A. LEADER. i™»90M7.Lf LILY WHITE. NO prepared chalk. Ihn .l.me '9 Spanish IJly White, Glenn's Lily While, Itowand'a Ala. luster Powder, TCilncnd'a Pearl Powder, Powder Bills all of sii|wrior quality, togctbur with Toilet Powiler and Puf&. For salts by nov^0'47-tf W. A. LEADER. 'i^flK fo lloirins lumocr was rrtarneif ti> M. J^ G. Marple, Esi]., of F.ast Oiincgnl townslup, by Ciirislinn Jinclior, viz: 8 lifwcn logs of various lengths, from 2ft to 78 feet lonff, ami' squared about 8 by 10 inches, without any particular mark observed. Nov.*), 1H17. M. G. MARPLE.
Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
PEMBERTON'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAI'ARILLA, for the romuval and permanent cure of all diseases arising fronl an impure stale of the blood. Prepared only by W. A. LEADER. Bept21'47-tr Soaps, Soaps, Soaps. OLD Drown Windsor, the True Fino Palm highly perfumed, English Castilo Perfumed Variegated, Sand Balls, Cry6tallino Tailor's, and a superior assorlmcntof Shaving Soaps. For sole by scf>U24'47-tf W. A. LEADER. TIUSII LINENS.—100 pieces just received di. I reel from Boston, they are a croat bargain, anil well worthy tho examination of every housekeeper. Tickings, Flannels, Crash and Table Diaper, for sale nl remarkably low prices at the Scpt.34—tf BEE HIVE, North Quoonel.
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
Steam £nginc for Sale; FACTORY TO REST. A Fl VE horse power Steam Engine with XjL a 'i 8 horse boiler in complete order for sale—at present put up in the brick- Factory on Union street, above Second. Said building is far sale or to rent; it is 5Q feel square, well lighted, has large doors fronting north and south, on Union street and on a 12 foot alley, is well adapted for a PLANING MACHINE, for which it was once used, or for a Foundry, or any business requiring large space and good light. The lot on trhich the building stands is Itirpe and would suit for tlic storing of lumber or bulky materials. 50 Tons l'loo Grove Coal for sah». Oct. 2d—If J. II. MIFFL1N.
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. rPIIE subscriber offers at private sale, a/~ f. X valuable LOT with two DWELLING-fem HOUSES thereon creeled, situate on Locust street, near Second sL, in the most healthy situation in the itorongii of Columbia. One house has been occupied as a Millinery Store for a number of years, nnd will bo an inducement to a Milliner as it is fixed for Uiat business. The houses will be sold Separately or together as will suit purchasers. The Bubscribcr has a large assortment of fashionable Bonnets, Ribands, feathers, Flowers, and all articles in the line of Millinery which will be sold low fottash. ROSANNA M'FAUL. Columbia, Dec 4,1817 It.
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
Valuable Lot For Sale. LOT OF GROUND on Locust street, l\ in Ibe Borough of Columbia, lately sold as the property of George C Lloyd, deceased, is now offered at private sale. If not sold before the evening of Saturday, the 4th of December next, it will (hen he offered for sale by public out-cry, al the Washington lintel, kept fay Col. 1). Herr, at 7 o'clock. It will be divided to suit purchasers. If not sold on the 4th of December it trill be rented. AHUAHAM BUUNEll, SAMUELSHOCH. Columbia. November 13. 1847.—ts
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
VALUABLE LOT FOR SALE /~\N the evening of Saturday the 11th of De-\J comber, 1847, at tho Hotel of Col.IIcrr, there will be offered at public sale, a Lot of Ground on Union street, between properties of Patrick Murpliy and Bridget M'Tague, extending buck from Union to a fourteen led alle/, ono hundred and eighty feet, and fronting on Union street twenty-five feet mote ot less. Sale to commence ot 7 o'clock, P. W. SAMUEL SIIOCII, SAMUEL EVANS. Columbia, Dee. 4.1817.—ts
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
FOB. SAXE. r PJIE subscriber off!™ at private sale three JL houses, two in Front slrcei, in possession at present of Mr. Win. Poivers, and Mr. Jno. Zicgler, nnd one in Perry stcct, occupied by Mr. John lVlcn. If not sold by the first of next January, will be for rent. For terms opply to JAMES GIVEN. Columbia, Nov. 20th. 1847.—It*
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
Dissolution of Partnership. fTMIE partnership heretofore existing bc-X tween Wm. liealty and Wm. Hell, is this ¦lay dissolved by mutual consent. Those indebted to the late firm, arc requested to make immediate payment, and those baring claims against the same will please present them for settlement. Marietta, Nov. 22, 1847. no'27'47-3t*
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
REMOVAL. TOECST T. HOtTSTOKT , ATTORNEy ATLAW. TTAS KEIVIOVEO l.is L.,\W Ot'PlOE to LX t\ie Collector's House, corner of Front and Gay streets, where he will attend promptly to all business in the line of his profession, Columbia, April U, 1S47 tf
Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
STEEL BEAD PURSES A7VD HAGS JUST received a most nplcndid assortment of Bead J'urxcs and Bags not to 60 surpassed !>y any. Also Steel Brads, Tassels, Rings, Tassels nnd Kings in selt-i. Clasps, and Twist of different shades. For sale by W. A. LEADER. nnvaiM7.lf
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
DISSOLUTION THE partnership hcrclo&rc exisling between the subscribers, trading- under tfie firm of 3. W. Fislicr & Co., lias been, dissolved by mutual consent, J. W. FISHER, S. GROVE. Columbia, September 1,1817. THE undersigned lias just received n fresh supply of goods suited to the season, embracing CLOTHS, CASSIMER.ES SATIiNETTS and VBST1NGS of silli,»»tra, woollen and silk velvets, merinoescashmeres and every other style, which cannot be surpassed for beauty, durability, or cheapness, ill this or any other ccuntry town. lie continues to carry on tho Tailori ng Business, and will be thankful fur a continuance of past favors. J. W. FISUEJI. October 2, 1847.-1 f
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
TO THOSE THAT AIIE TOXO OF SI'OUT. KTM1E undersigned have just receirctf the I best and moot complete assortment of English and German stub and twist and patent breech 'DOUBLE BARRELED GUNS, which have ever been offered in ibis market at such prices that will siutall. Ako > $iz.liarrclcd Revolving and self-cocking PISTOLS Call and examine for yourselves, at the cheap Hardware Store of RUMPL.E &I1ESS. Columbia, Aug. 21,184".
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
rriHE LADIES nrc particularly invilcil to call JL curly und examine ihoso beautiful Honnet Ribbons, all new . Kail Styles, now opening- at • do BEE HIVE, North Quocn at. Sept. 2-t—If 1 OH P1ECES Aloachasand Lustres, at^ricos J- "Vy from 18 cents and upwards per yard, now opening nt the BEE HIVE, North Queen st. Sept. 24—tf
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
W3XK3IX'3 VEGETABLE TILLS. rr^HIS extraordinary medicine is founded upoi 8 Ihi: principle lhal tlie lium.m Iramc isiubjee tu ONLY OXK UiSEASE, viz : corrupt humois wliich, when lloalmg in the genial in isa of cir culalioii, are Uie cauie of ail kinAs oi Fevers, ba wticn lojgpd in Uie various panb of the body, give u»c to evi-'ty ina\.«l y incident to man. Ktst it be rcnieinberi-d tiiat the human body ant Wright's IiiUiiu Vcgetuble Pills are mut ' uatlj adapted one to the oUifr, and that by them ai inorbi.l and corrupt humors (the cause of disease; can be entirely eradicutyd, and ihis iu 60 tiasy anil natural a manner, that while they every day yive oabi; and plensurc. Disease of tvery name is Litcialli/ Diiven fiom the Body. The Ijllowmg highly 1-e5.pou.1ble storekeepers have bteti duly appointed usents for the sale o! ihii C'tilcbratcii JU'dicme, in Lancnter cauaty. A^ivillf, Taylor & I'ltrce. D<ar>ill<-, J^eulicn Wciuler. Cainbridgc, J. f. Bccclier...
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
03. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA. "O EAD the following Certificate in favor of thi B », Lxtruordmary Virtues of DR. CULLES'S l.NUJA.N VEiiETABLIi PANACEA. SCROFULX. Messrs liownnd & Walton—t'eiiilvmeu—i-Kling deoply gralelul lor lhe cxlrsordinary cur, ' perfiirnied up,in me b) y.mr Dr Cul leu s indinn \ t s tlablH Panarea, 1 cliti-rlull ' v lurtiifh you wnli « short history «\ mv ca«-c A!>o.jt seven years :i2o, [when om1> eleven yean old] I wasa-.taekid wuli Serolula, whitli ircrfosrc in fsravnpps. nil mytiironi was tilled wiih ulctrs! 1 he b,.nes.,l my uorU hud bare ! my palate desiioy! pd, and a l,irqu pt.-.co o! one of the ii.,miI bones carned nwoy. My head « as i.lso to lunch duens-ed ihnl in drinking, the lea or ci.fl. e would Ireqntnily ' piiM j.11101 myrur! A mn«» ol someilnns «l Jl1 lb» Uocmrs called a tumor camp lrr.tn my 7iofc J •¦••asumier iliucnreolpliysticiniis olilieiiiaheji li-liiicn.,,, ,« tins, cty, ana a, „„„ lllnP pr(lno * n " d ;i.red...
Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
A BLESSES, BIESSED AND HEAVEKLV MIRACLE) OF JURACLES!: ON the 4th of August, in the year 1843, 1 singular scene occurred in the Hoyal Sci online Institute of Frauce. The aged, whiK headed President, liis hend bare, bis arm outi itretched, his face radiant witii smiles, (foscience was triumphant.) and his voice tvitt: ;'ratuUtory tone, delivered tbe following relort: " We are rtstounded at this singular preparation. Where indeed will science slop!—Here we have a preparation made in the form of a beautiful piece of soap, winch »e know by actual practice, to cure every cutaneous eruption, every disfigurement of, and even discolored skin! Where will its majric and sinaul.ir power cease? The Ne^'ro, the Creole, the Yellow Kaco of the East, and the Red Man of the Far West, arc alike under the inll'icncc af its exiraordinary powers of clearing yellow ir discolored vlun, and malcinj; it whil ' e nnd bcautiluland ofcliansrin^ the color of dark,or black, or brown ikm." (Hereseveral persons ...
Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
Oars Tor Sato or tft SCxre. ON E four wheel House Car, willi liearv Baltimore wheels aud axles—has been used only a few weeks. One do. Open Box Car, both in perfect order, may be seen by applying to Benjamin Newlin, at West Chester, Chester county, and will be sold or bired. on accommodating terms by. ISAAC C. PRICE, N. E. cor.onstli and Willow st, Philadelphia, Nov. 20,1847.—5t HOVER'S First Premium Writing Ink. Silver medal just awarded hy the American ZnsiL tute, New York, 1917 The foUuwing testimony from distinguished In-•titutioas speaks for itself: U.-MVERSITV OF PeV.VSVI.VAVM, Philadelphia, May 11, 1811. Having tried, for some time, the Black Ink manufaclured. by Mr. Joseph E. Hoover, we have found it well suited for manuscript, by its running freely. and its txemplion from, coagulation. Its shade a[?-c vc are pleased with. W. E. UORXEP., M. D., Dean of tin, Faculty and Prof, of Anatomy. JOHN LU ' DLOW, Provost. SAMUEL B. W'YME, Vice-Provost. HENRY KEED, Secretary of the ...