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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
g ALL FEESH. g FTpHANKFUL for past favor*, and desirous for n ft continuunce cf public patronage, the sub. Bcribcr lakes this, met hud of givinu notice tlmi he lias just received a large and c^neral supply ot " free!) Drugs and Medicines, Pn'.ent Medicines, &.c« All o( which he will dispose of, wholesale nnd retail, at very moderate price?, wwh a guarantee to be genuine and of the best quality. He has nlso receivod a very lar^e slock of l*erfunuTy, wUu'U, in point of n oi -nrmiem, qunUty and cheapncf. " , is unequalled tn ihis place, Lndies and oihers, call and see for yourselves. Also a targe assortment of Combs and Brushes, very cheap. R. WILLIAMS, i-' rom St. Columbia, August 14, !Si7.— tf. AN application will be made nt the next Scssior of ihe General Assembly cl the iMa'e of Pennsylvania, for the incorporation of a Company umiei the name and siyle, or iii'onded name and sivlc o " The Columbia Savings Institution," and design* ed as an office ot ttiscouut and clepusi...
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
A PISE SKT OS- TliKl'Il 1. OR tr, CKaTS "\\r I '! TE Tecli ' -fo"l breath, healthy gums 'V ' "f' o"' a , "J unhealtliy teeth, aflcr once or twice cleaned with Jones' Amlier Toots* P«s1e. have the appenr.xncc of the rnoH bcautifii! ivory, and, al the same lime it 15 so perfectly innocent «nd cv(]<iisttcl y (iae, that its enn^an ' t daily use is highl} :idvantai;eoiis, even lo (Jiosc leelli that are in good condition, mvinrr tl1Cni a beautiful polish and preventing a premature .ecay. I hose already decayed it prevents Irorn bccomins >'or=c-it also fastens si,ni, as are becninin^ loose, and by perseverance 11 will render Ihe foulest teeth delicately white, and makes llio breath dehciniMly sweet. Price "" ar 37J cents a D»x. For sale hy Au;;. 17.847—Cm. II. WH.LIAMc SO.lIETfiH^tJ SEW. T^^X, 1"000 "'*" 1 n scronci supply of walk tf ING CANE UMBRELLAS .almn.lsom. and useful article, which will bo -old at tin manufacturers ret.-.il prices. ran and «c, lhem at J. D. &l...
Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
COLUMBIA ARCADE, By B. CRAWSTOS. The subscriber respectfully informs liis friends and the public generally Unit li» i^ now ready lo supply lliom al Ins JVJBir ESTAB LIS1IMENT, the tliree-siory building in Front sired, Columbia, on tlie lot formerly occupied by John Enney , is a ropcwaUc. He intends keeping on haDd a seject assortment of fashionably inadc CLOTHING. lie has just returned from Philadelphia am NcwVorlt ifith a new and splendid assortincn of all kinds of clothing, made of the beat ma teriais, and in the latest style—consisting ii part of superfine blup and black rlolh COATS Frock and Sack Coals, Pe!i->=e Cloth anc Tweeds of every color and quality. Also—a Inr^e assortment of plain and lanc> C-.issimere, Cloth, and all otlior PANTS, suitable for Spring, Summer and Winter, of everj size and description. VESTS—Figured. Sillc, Satin, Merino and [Marseilles, suitable tor all seasons and of ever j size, style and quality; to which is added a beautiful assortm...
Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
WRIGHTSWSLLE FOUNDRY. r H TIIE undersigned having recently established J^ an extensive Iron Foundry at Wrightsvillo, York county. Pa., are now prepared to furnish Stoves, Hollow-ware, Car and Machinery Casting's of the best quality of material ani workmannbip at short notice. Our assortment of STOVES U lirge, ind of modern and approved pattern?, consisting of PLAIN WOOD and BOILER TOP STOVES, of all sizes; A7.VZ? PLATE COOK, " YJC. TORY COOK," "COMPLETE COOK, ' 1 '' — for icood or coal — And other COOKING STOVES. cVlso—COAL STOVES, of the latest designs and all sizes, suitable for Parlors, Chambers and Offices. Also, no AT STOVES, BOX S2WES, CHARCOAL FURRACES, ..yc, $c, $c. HOLLOW-WARE. Onr assortment ofllOLLOW.WARE consist! ol Pot?, Kettles, Hound and Oval Ovens and Lids, SUillets, Spiders nnd Lids, CooU-Pots, Deep and Shallow Pans, Bread Pans, Griddles, Andirons, Waffleirnns, Gridirons, Spittoons, Wagon and Car. riagc Boxes, &.c., &.C., &c., together wi...
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
^SS § !£? r^/5t^wyfe> Vegetable Universal PiSSs Are a strengthening purgative and a jmrifaint Tome. rfp.l!E hope? of t!ii- American ascnK are ft I4_ n<r>'c ilia-i rr.Th-ei) bv Ihe nit'cess or'ilr. Li Rnj't Veeciablc rnucrsii PiU-i on this slilo u tlw AtUnt c. r^c-.cr ii.l a mp.h.' .nr spring int. >ar!i inimi-iliiti-popuhnty. In less than t!ire. m.-:i'.'s prghty timu-ar.d hoves liiivo hrpn dispos.'t of; and rcit,f.c:i '>.s of rur.-s performed In- th.ir re.-civ^.l fr.irn up^atd, of four hundre.l persons lin. cures embraced a gwat namber of dtsrasc* Imt tiiose uhicli pred.iminaicu were Billions Toyi-r. Colic. Il..litunl Costivenc-s, nywniary, Loss 01 Ai.pctito. Flatul.'nre. Worms anJ Lownp-s 0: Spirits. A1J p.^r'ous n ho lake thrm agree that In,, arc 'ar nupunor t-> i-vpry other medicine they had us«] , in the mi!di,e-s thu encrey, and the efficacy oi rheir action; for th.,u»h thoy produce neither gripr! nor nausm, th^y att upon the secre...
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
Those V7ho have been Deceived V7ito MOCK PRETENDED HAIS PREPARATION Should read the folhwin^ stulemtntt of respectable prr&ons. MR Abraham Yanderbec' ,:, of Avchtic 9 D, New York, certnics thai h:s htai wa» entirely bald oa the top, ami by the use o two 3s. bottles at JO.VKS 1 COISATj HAIR RESTOn.ATJVn, lie has a qood crop of hair, and will soon hav< • t long, thick und ' luvuriant. Mr. V> iMjiji J iCKsos, of S3 Liberty tlreel PilNljurtr, rcriilios: Oo the 3J of February ld-17, ih.it Mr. Thomas Jackson's head on tin top, irai entirely ha id f;)r fiftonn years, an. that bv using two as. boltlcs or Jones' Cora Hair Ke<torative, the hair is arowin" fast Illicit and healthy. He expects by using this ; little loncer to have a better head of hair that hee?er h.id. To r/ioK ithne hair is pray, or fallm* off ana vitik at the roots ; 1 hcrtbv certify thai my hair was turning gray and railing off,and u,at | ,ia,.c USC(J Jones Coral Ilwr hcstornt.vc it has entire...
Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
To the Honorable E. Lewis, President,and Us At loeiates . Judges, of the Court of Quarter Session of the Peace, for the county of Lancaster: rriHE petition of Jacob Miller respectfully I slicwelh: — Tliat your petitioner ball leased that commodious house situated at tin forks of ihe Marietta and Lancaster turnpiki and the Columbia road, in West Hemptiel< township, late the estate of Samuel lioyd, deceased, which is well calculated for a public house of entertainment, and froiDils neighborhood and situation, is suitable as well as necessary for the accommodation of the public, and the entertainment of strangers and travellers. The said Uuuse lias been occupied as a licensee Inn fur several years last past. That he is wel provided with stabling for horses and all conveniences necessary for the entertainment o strangers and travellers. lie therefore respectfully prays the court to grant him a license tc keep an Inn or Public llciu»e of Entortairj. incnl there. Aud your petitio...
Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
. -. rr:.icTi:i> RF.sn.-.itM,m /,,.,„, CKrcd ,„ ,„. .1 Days — tte inon ..pr^.(v rcmui 'y for nims in it; lo,,,s, rerei.l an.l .l.rnnir .-fn-rtioiu of Hi,. ki,l,,cy,,di. ca-e <.r me tll.l.l,l.-r. i;r:.v»I, «..,,,l.ial iv^iknrs.. tr IVr miiiiwlif.li) n..l.iii-inp In n tecr.'! hnln. hnvo rnlmlr nn ' .licm^ ' .'lvr!. f-nn«.it>ni<nt^l ri»S(ll1v 'lioiil.l nrtn'v tm .n1.,ll.M,- In IJK KIMU-.I.1N. ntthi P.,,1 ,rt. IphiJ Jj.! ,T ml llnns^, Ihp nl.l»^t ut.tn.uwtn of tl'o Lin,! i-^lhcrUv Cnre.N. «-.,..,„„,„(¦ THIIil) .-inrtlJNIOVS, ' . 1,1 Uv,-..,, Spr.iri. in rt IMne. 11 „,„ ,„. ,,„,„ ,,,e Etl:,n\,e , 1lli.-Vr.(i-i/ thus, w1«.;Malilislie.| l.y l)r K flflrei >- pi»n«n. r.>r tlin>uiipr»<inri nl' qinicUi-rv, II,its limn (.»ninny piT»i.ii«. « ulimil I, no* if its., name or rhaiactrr wliiipiilnnvrriKPinnniainn,,. public n3lv.r> ,.,,. „,, ,„ Mimiioil oflln. kiml wa. li.,.,li n,rM.n/y . 'i™ , ?„ npici-it. e.p,.c,.,l|y,ir. -,,, Ccr.«. f...
Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
OLIVIiR EVAIVS> BaUmander, ZHre and Thief Proof IRON CHESTS, Warranted equal lo any oilier make, and have never been injured by Fire or Surglan, in a single instance, lie also keeps on hand a full supply of Common Chests, made of lighter iron, at lower LETTER COFYIXG PRESSES AND BOOKS. TRUCKS FOR STORES, FACTORIES , ic. DRUGGISTS' PRESSES. EAGt.E GLASd PAI'EIt. PORTABLE SHOWER BATHS, &e. PACKING LEVERS. 11OIST1XG MACHINES. REFRIGERATORS AND WATER FILTERS. OLIVER EVANS; Gl South Second St., below Chcsnut Pliilad. UEFRIGEUATORS For Conli-.g and Preserving MEAT, BUTTER MlLlC,dnii all articles intended for culinurv pur. po^ci. WATER FILTERS. OLIVER EVANS' CELEBRATED WATER FILTERS, for Purity-ins WjIc- that is bracki.-.!i or inudd}, wliy ' .licr by rains, winifrals.or otherwise can be hud of ail pises ;ind prices, at the Worcrooms, No. Gi South Sot-und Strtel, two doors below Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. October 2d, 1847.
Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
NEW COLUMBIA TEA AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF THE SUPERIOR TEAd OF Jenkins & Company, TEA DEALERS, PHILADELPHIA. THE Subscriber has taken the Agency for tin Bale of those excellent Teas—lias reccircd and will be kept supplied with a full assortment at Greens and Blacks of the various kinds and quali. lie? ; and which it is confidently believed trill, on trial, speedily take the preference in this communi. ty over all other Teas. They are in neat packagcg of i. A, and 1 lb. each, labelled with their name, Lhe kind of Tea and price, with a metallic us w«ll as paper envelope for preservation, of the quality, imving full weight of Tea in each. One of the Partners of the concern (who Bclccta the Teas) learned this difficult business of thu Chi. ncse themselves, having resided among them many years, aL Canton, engaged in the Tea trade. Fas. sessing this extraordinary advantage, the ability of 1 he House is unquestionable, aud may be relied upon for furnishing, not only safe, but a...
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
Notice to Builders. f Li'%ME undorsipned is appointed an-ent for H. Ike Peach Uottom SLATE QU ~ ARRY, and is prepared to Slate any Uoof. either or a Imuse or U;irn that may be wanted in the County, he having on hand aV his yard in Columbia, at all timos, the bcM article of Slate and cati furnish workmen of thirty years experience. All roofs warranted. i:o * t to leak if the Uuildin" does not sink or tjive way. Charges moderate to suit thf timos. JHKEMIAtl RROH'X, Agent, for the Hon. Jeremiah Hrown Jc Company. Columbia, June 12,1S47. 6m TO F&.tNTS2B.S. TIic suWnber is now minnlnciuring Printin; Ink of giijit'nur ij'inluy, a:.,! onV-ra il for «alc 11 larcc or K-nall ouan.mp«, u-i.- ni rioeommadniiuj terms, ir. anv uwtaiieo wncrP tlie ink scut sllall nn mswt'r the d^scrijitton, it will be exchanged or iht [in.*. 1 r. i * ur.do-l. _ A liiii'rnl (i^conut vvtilbc isaile upon large pur-:nn«Ps lor cus'.i. Tlis Nov\., InU io put up in lici of 12, 15, 20 Ifi, ?•>. 5'Jnrd io...
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
CHEAP WATCHES &. JEWELRY , £5fty AT THE xjSSV "PHILADELPHIA AHM WATCH & JtWELY STORE. ' Jgg&ygg^. 96 NORT H SECOND ST., ligitrafli ftlBmffi comer ol Quarry. Gold Lever Watches, fullje welled, 18 carat ~.?ases : $45.0( silver Lever Watches, full jrwcllcd, 2S,0l ^ ilvcr Lever Walchrs, seven jewels, 18,0( Silver Lepine Watches, jewelled, finest 1 ualit > - . |3,0C Superior Qinrtier Wntches, 10.01 Iinitnion Quarticr Waichi's, 5 0" Gold Spectnclcs, 8,DC Fine Silver Spectacle*!, 1, 7^ CJuhl liraccli'.ts wUli topaz stonei, ?, ' s(] Ladies Gold Pencils, 1G carats, 2,0C Gold Fmccr Hincs 37 j cents lo 89 —Watch Rl«««es, |iiam 12J cents, pitent !B.t. Liinet 2j Other articles in proportion. All goods Warranted to be what they a:c sold for O. CONRAD. On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers, Lenities ind Quartiers lower than the al'ovo prices. Philadelphia, April 10," 18-47. ly
Id=178 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
B. E. MOORE. I. N. RISDON. JSOORE & RISDON, MSR,GHA2TT BAILORS, No. 70 Sout?i Tldrd Strett, nearly opposite tht Exchange, Philadtlphio, T) ESPECTFULLY announce to iheir friendt XX) and the puhhc that they are constantly prcpuiud 10 make to order. 01 the fmesi and be»i maurials. and nt moderate prices, evcrv qrncle ol ! ¦ nohtonaolc Cl.,i!ung. coiisntuting n Genllinan'i ^ arurubr.lor wind, their compleie stoi-k nf choice andcareiull]r(,eitrcicdC|.iil,s, Cii^.mercs, Vcsiuirs ite.. odhe ,aiesr nnd iivost desirnblc pattern), are paniruWrly design, 0. Thmr own pracnral kno-wled Ee or the busir.nn ind a uersomil atiKimon 10 every (jarmenl, ei>oWf» ihem toijive enure saiicfariinn. w,d 'o boilmld ond lewcuaioinersihcv rcspocilully lender an inviiation :o ^i ve tncin a rail. Having been lor years conncc'cd wiih some of he bt-si and inn, fashionable esinblwhrncnts :n ihia :oantrv, nmpiovini! none inu fir3I rale workmen, ind beui" in the receipt of the Utesi laslimns, ond i&am...
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
UHESNUT STREET HOUSE NO. 1-21 CMESNUT STREET, A FEW UOOKS BEI.OVT FOUriTII, S0HTI1 SIDE. The subscriher respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he still continues to keep Hie above establishment. Every pains is at all times ta^an to render this one of the best, and, from its central situation, it is one of the most convenient Hotel* in the city. His Taiu.e is furnished, nt ill limes, with Iho choicest delicacies of the season. llis Winks aud I^i^uohs are not surpassed by any other establishment in this city. His Servants are careful, honest and obligin" Terms of Hoarding to suit the times. Country Merchants and business men will find.the location of the Chessut St. House, in the most business pjirtof Philadelphia. The subscriber pledges himself that every [hiiiM in his power shall bo done lo give satisfaction to those who favor him with their pa-Lrona s e. SAMUEL MILLER, Pliila-.l., Sept. 27.—iy Fiouriuior.
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
Ladles arc Cautioned Against Using COM.TIOS PREPARED CHALK: np tlEY arc not aware how frightfully injun-JL ous it is to the skin! how coarse, how rough, how sallow, yellow, and unhealthy the sltin appears after using pepared chalU 1 Besides it is injurious, containing a large quantity of Lead I We have prepared a beautiful vegetable article, winch we call Joues ' Spanish My White. H 13 perfectly innocent, being purified of all deleterious qualities; and it imparts to the skin a natural, healthy, alabaster, clear, living white; nt the same tune acting as a cosmetic 011 the sf<in,making it soft and smooth. Dr. James Anderson, Practical Chemist of Massachusetts,&ayb: " After analyzing Jones' Spanish Ijiiy While, I find it possesses the most beautiful and natural, and at the same time innocent white 1 ever saw. I certainly can conscientiously recommend its use to all whose eUid rcfjuirrs beautiivin^." Price 2,» cents a Box. For sale by " K. WILLIAMS. Columbia, August 7,...
Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
FALL AND WINTER FASHIONS. nptlEY have come to B. Young, a; ?fo. 5(1 I The Pall and Winter Fashions lor 1-i~ & 8, which, for taMe, cannot be surprised bj the world—they aie the most perfect ever brought before the eyes of tho people of this globe. Persons wishing Uieir garment cut and madr in the inii'-t clesanl s t yle, will dc well by calling al B. Young's Tailorinccslab. lishmcnt, No. 50, Front ttrcct, Columbia, where they will have their work executed to perfection and with despatch. P. S. Persons wishing to purchase supr>r : or cloths, f.assimercs, vestings r.r.d trimmings, bucIi as cannot be had al ony other store in Columbia, will do well by c-.IIing at Young & Cassel"s Store, No. 59, Front strccl, vrlicrc there is one of the best selection* of tue above goods in tiie country. They will also warrant the qu.-lity, cut, maltc and fit of all the goods [licy »•.¦'! ar.d incite up. Thev are thanUlnl for past, favors and l.o;'fi to ' have ^ sh are of patrona...
Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
Qardwarc ! Qar&uarc ! ! jS j f^^k^^S The snb«eri!iers re<p-etfully en. <2&iBfeiO!S5&" | ic attention of the cinzens g ' enei ally, to ihuir as^ortmi-nl of Hardware, Olass, PatnJs, oils. Cedar-Ware. ll'e hive just received in addiiinn to our storl-HARDlVAftE.CUTI.KRY and Build ™" %,£. riaNot all description, bii.-li Bi LOCKS HIN'Rl'S SCREIFS, NAILS an.l SPfKliS. llu ^'-^ Gists cf r.;i =j « it$t PAfN'TS, Linseed, Sperm and Whalr OILS, Bar, Ro«l ana Hoop Broa, " r nil tii..,, ANVILS . VICES and BELLOW, sf :ho l-est quility, .ill of winch we offer at th« l««-e*t prices. Persons wi,!,,,, ? :o purchase , wil lind it to tlu-ir advanlaep In c-,!l nt , itfr.MPLE&HnSS-S . Coumbia, April 7, ISW-tf. Locust «t.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
Morning Train Again. BETWEEN YORK, WRIQHTSVILLE ANV COLUMBIA. THE President and Directors ot the Baltimore and Susquehanna Kail Koad Company having consented to continue the Morning Train between the above places. SCTTlie Car will leave Columbia DAtrJr, [Sundays excepted] at GJ o'clock A. M., and the Train will leare Wrigiitsville at 63 o'clock. Returning, the Train will leave York at 8 o'clock, A. M. D.C.H. BORDLEY, April 17,1847. Sup't.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
The Largest and most splendid Stock of Dry Goods T7IVER offered in the city of Lancaster, is now JQi bcinff opened at TIIE BEE HIVE, North Queen street, wholesale anil retail. This stock has just been received direct from Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and comprises bomc of the rarest bargains oflhe day, for Fall and Winter sales—Shawls, Silks, Mcrinocs, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, ice. Sent. 24—If
Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 December 1847
REMOVAL £5} THE ,ubscriber would inform hi« friends fecund the public generally, that be has removed to No.2, Schreiner's Row, between Barr'sand Black's Hotel, Front Street, where he v;dl continue ta keep an elegant assortment 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 bicn with a call. Don't forget—Schreiner's Row, No. 2, before purchasing tlswhcr; as 1 am determined to sell cheap. \VM. TEMPLE. Columbia, Aug. 21, 1847.—If