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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

TEI.EGRAPH-RBMOVAL. ^HE Teleerarili Office at Columbia has been _| _ REMOVED to the Spy Priming Office. From street opposite Hair's Hotel, where, for the preier ti, messa-res will be received and promptly transmitted to any of the fuJlowmir Stations; York, lyheelintr, Lancaster. Cine nintui, Philadelphia. Si. L-ouis, ¦Wilmington, Rendiiur. Baltimore. PolKviHc. AVa>hni^;o:i, New York, Hnrrislju. g, AU>any. Cnr!i*Iu. Iinilaln. Ch-ml««i-,Vjur5, Iloch-;*" r, JlvU'tFil. Auburn. I'liL-Lury. Iih:ica, A.C.. !.c The ioWowiiig ar« the rates of charges :o—Yoik. IU fjtits lor 10 \\urds. Lancaster. 10 centi for Id word< I'iit!»'!cl;iliiii. 3u cenl-j for 10 words. H.nrw'iir.,'. ::'j cm\- tur 10 wordi Cliaiiiln-Tiliurir. :JU cent*, for 10 words. I'titfliurtr. lo cum* lur iu uurtK. lki!u;imre, vin l'tnla., 53 clmii-j Tor 10 words. All additional uurd> u\cr lit fharjreri pro mta. Addro-;s and M<;'iafurc nut counted iiTf" All uifi^afre^ ni'ist I»c prepaid. ' : C...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

HANGINGS. Parlor, Hall, Chamber, and Ceiling r.iiTi :i!iil Munlcis. J'ir. b rda &<*.. of the ncttcil , al«j'i<. o'i h:iml (it inuiuiiuciiirer*'|incrs. »t D. Ai J. WHIfJlIT'S i:i!iu. March ?5 1t-1?—tf cisxr t XI) ffll'PER BUSINESS. II. Pfalilcr & Co J'V I'ini'k ii! i'T p;iii encouragement, would iidiiouiu'u [i -. './i/t'fi'. di Cojii'iitti.t and lit iicinil>% tlml tii<*> Mil i'» iiiiu.i' u> [(i.titin' in iujt. 'I'm tuid Cu[i|>«-r «ai« oi all Uiini-.*'. .itir i-i'. -uii.l. 11 l.u iim siru-i. one door nmih ul ' iIk (< ¦ - i,n,:>i.( n.nik, ai.d rusj.fclfttlly h^i.cit a continuance oi pu h«* p.uii.ii;iiri* M.Tu.H. l*i-tf

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

IN THE MATTER of the intended application ot hium BOYLE, lo the Court ofQuaxter Sessions, at the April Term, 1S43for license to keep a tavern in the Borough of Columbia, it being an old stand WE, the undersigned citizens of the Borough ofCoIumbift, in which said tavern is projw>M.*d to be Kept, do certify that the said tavern is necessary to accommodate thr public and entertain strtvnzcrs and traveller*, and that we are well acquainted with the s>aid Hugh Bo> le. and that be is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is-•well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of grangers and travellers. John Cassel. John Ztecler. Paul Hamilton, John A. Hoot, Samuel React;J. H. Humer. Samuel P. laAclmrd. Peter Say lor, Reuben Mulii?ou, Robert Hamilton, Cieo. Wolf, John VaiHjheu, F. A. Thomas. March 11, Ic4s-3t IN THE MATTER oi the intended application of JOSI1U A J. GAUI/r, to the Court of Quarter Session-., at the April Term, ISIS, for lice...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

o-snes FOR THE MIND AM) THE HEART. The YOUTH'S CABINET, edited by Francis C. Woodworth, is a Repository, as it» name imports, presenting the richest literary attractions for the youu? The contents are mostly original, and un\rearied " pains are bestowed" upon the editorial department. It aspires to be, both in the character of its articles and in iu mechanical execution, a modle oftn«tc and excellence; and it is universally conceded that it elands at the head of all works of us cla-.-The third volume commences in January. 1S43; and the increusinir popularity of the ninpazine warrants the publisher in promising tliat tins volume -hall be mobe i*all'* ¦il-t: is EVHitY hespect than either of the preceding one-Several new contributor-* are engaged, amonc; whom are T. S. Arthur and Prof. Alden. who-e stories Ior the young are excelled by no writer m the country. Yearly bi'itSCRiPTiov, SI osly. Great inducementare oiTered to those who take the work in clubs, and now is the time to f...

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

iimniiL'S Kivnrfa- ara PUBLISHED every Salnrday—Tcrms 12 l-2ecnts JL a number, or six dollars a yearin advance.—This work is conducted in llic spirit of Littell's Museum of Foreign Literature, (which was favorably received by the public for the la-! twenty years,) but as it is twice as large, and appear* 6ft often, we not only give &pirit.,and freshness to it by lnnny things which were excluded by a month"? delay, but while thus extending our scope and gathering a greater and more attractive variety, are able *o to increase the solid and substantial part of our Ttn*rnry, historical, and political harvest, as fully to FaUaiV the wants of the American reader. The elaborate mid stately Essays of the Edinbuxjr Quarterlyand other Review-; and Ulnckwood's noble criticisms on Poetry. In« keen political Commentaries, highly wrought TaU-c. and vivid description of rural and mountain Scoiiery ; and tlie contributions to Literature. History, and common Life, by the sagacious Spec...

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Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

Tffl S ATTEXTITEIYJ Doctor Hofland's Cclc 1) ruled I GERMAN HITTERS. 1 WiU effectually cure the 1-iver Complaint. Jaundice. Dyspepsia. Chronic or Nervous Delnluy, Indirection, FJatulencc. APtiima, Diabetes, Disease of the Kidneys. Pulino nnry Affections(anciny from disease of the stomach and liver.1 and, all discuses an^tiifT from a weak or disordered Moiiiae 'iiutiotiiMale and Ftirnalc, such as Female Weakm**s. Di//iue&5. Fullness or Blood 10 the Head. Inward IMes. fluttering: of the Heart, Difficulty of Breathing, Constant Imnpinings of Evil, Great Depression of Spirits, Dimm:»s of Vision, Pain in ihe Side, Back, Breast, or Limbs. Cold Vezu &c. They remove all acidity, nnd give tone and action to the stomach, and uasist digestion ; they contain no alcoholic stimulant, and can be taken by the most delicate stomach, and u ill in every ca=e entirely de-troy Costivene-t;, uncl renovate the whole system, removing' all impuntje*. from the body, nnd reinn.iut> ...

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Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

. PREMIUM PLlir-s uf i!. ' stiiN.v-bcrs to the JL Cokunhn. . . j any part of United Slates. The Co'umin . - ' I h\ Jo'in Inmau and ICober . ¦ -- ¦ thu choicest American httri . - of ihe most cOilly original ¦ The Columbiii ' ¦ -W year with prospect* liicre^si- n It lm-> at¬ tained a proud positn. > - ¦ -umntio:i. The prtsa's universally, uml \v..,. - »w kiudin-ss which the Proprietor gratefully .<• I. j'--. hti<* l»»rnf ie-umouy to il»e *.np«riionty of i<~- lu ,.i '.nro aniiilic pioniiion and cltiirnnec of us ernl>elli->lniicii(-, ¦ .vlnli; its ininien«c and con-taiitly increa-<ing circulatinn. shows that ihe pros l:n< but uttered the trcncral su'iunieul. and a (Fords fiich agreuftble evulence ifiat it ha> met tlie expectation of all. that n ' .fi'tn-i to the Publisher almost unnecessary to s]>t*ak of tin; imnro. It cannot be nrcc—«ary to say rnncli of the conduct of the literary (i-'partnwni of the Colum...

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

WAXiKIXra PANE UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, & PARASOLETTS V^ WM. H. RICHARDSON'S Steam Factory the onlv one in the United States, No. 104 Market Street , Philadef. Merchants are fcspectfully informed that I continue lo Manufacture all the above (roods, by the aid ofHemn notwithstanding the great opposition of parties onposej to the introduction of expensive improvements. "\ly a-, sortment is complete, and prices so low, as lo give entire MiiMihcuon. ,. ity-As there i«nn Umbrella Store next door, of nearlv the —.ame.^i. importantyou^jonld remember Steam Factory, and Patentee of tlie Walking Cane Umbrella. Sirii of ilie Lady and Eagle, No. 104 MarkciSlrm Philadelphia. ' r£f Attention is requested to the celebrated 'Wiukine Cane Umbrella, a neat and beautiful article combmine all the advantage* of a Cane and Umbrella. Tebruary 5, 1*4?—5m sfriiyg- r^suxoiirs. STRAW Goods. The undersigned would « cpcctfully invite thcattciiuoii ot Dealers tohisasson'"C " BRAID, FANCY AND STRAW BONNET...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of JOHN LIST, to the Court of Quarter Sessions, at the April Term, 15*1?. for licence to keep a tavern 111 the Borough of Columbia, it bems- an old ritand. WE the under-itgrned citizens of the borough of Columbia, in which said tavern ib proposed to \>v kept, do certify thai the said tavern is uecosary to accommodate the public and entertain stranirers and traveller*, and tlint we are well acquainted with th«i said John I^ist, and that he is of frood repute for lione&ty and temperancennd i« well provi<i**il with house room and conveniences for the accoinmoduliun of s-tranucrs and travellers. IJnn-on H. Alknit. Pruitct* Hayt. Ik-nry K Wolf. Jn«. It. l'retsrnim. John Slack. Gcorjrc Hmnakt-'r. Mtrtiaul Wi-lcr. John Jordan. Robert Spcur, Jonn Me Cull. Jona--Humple. John H EfUranic. March IS. l-4s.—St IN THE MATTER of the intended application of R. W IlA\DAl,J,. to the Court of Quarter Se-t-ions at the April Term. 1M™ 1 ...

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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

BAItT. ATTD SVSQJJHIXANNA £i y\ KHL ROAD—FARE REDL T CED.-Thc PasfffcUlgL sencer Train* runs daily «« mllow- beinw :— t^Tr^J 1 ^ henvc- Itnlumore at!) o'clock A-M . mid arrive* at Oi o'clock, p M. Arrive at \ mW til V2 o'clock t*. M., and leaves for Coltnr.l.ia n: \i o'eloek, P. M. I,ru\o*, Culunibia at 5 o'clock P M.( and leaves York for B.iinnmre at :( o'clock P M. Fare troin Haltimore to York, SI 50 Wrisriisviili '. - - - 2 00 Coliimbni. S iaj The Tram connects at York with Stapes for Harrisburg, Getty- fi buri;. Chainber-biirc Pitt*burg and York Spring**. FARE TO GCTTYSBUIIG AND IIARRISBURG. The company is authorise by the proprietor*, of the Stace I.l^e^ to T'-c-we The lare through from Baltimore to Gettysburg nnd Harnsbure. IlALriMORK TO GETlYtBVIlG AND IlA.Rai5DL'ItG Fare through to either place. S:j 00 T> C. II. BORDI.EY. Super'!, Mav 0. l^lT—tf Ticket O(!ic<\ O.'J North Rt. Halt OODBY'S T ADI'S BOOK AND FAMILY MAGAZRE. The i__i nld«-*>t M»fru/inc in...

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Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

ATPLICTEB READ. I ,\ Certain Disease Cured in TWO DAYS.—Thr JJL MOSTSJM5KDV RKMT.DY FOR PAINS? IN TUB Idlna, rerput ami clirnnic aflVcttnns of Hip kidneys,dis* c;ipc nf ihc bl.irldir. gravel, scnnn-il ivcikoi'ss. &r. IVrp-nii1 * whn, hy iihIit 1 l'iiiL' in a t-crrt*t huliit have entnileil on tlit'inselvcs roiisiiiiiti'tiiril dclnhty, pltnuld npp!y imnir.l liuHy id Oil. KINKP.I.IN . oflhc Phil;id>-lpliia >l-ri'- ! c;il Iloiisp, i Ik: dld»*t ui^ttint mo nf ttir ktml ni ilienl>. Othi-. N. W.cnrnnr of TIIIKD an.J TIMON Sis., ktwft-n Spruce ni d Pine . 11 s-qiiarps finiu thp Excliftngf. Tins Mctttml f/ausf was eMnMtslieil by Or K. fifiecn yp-'ir* adn. for the £iijipres-ion of quackery, there ''em[ Rn many pcrsnnp, wlllinui know|(>ili;e, nnme or rh.iracier, who put an vi>r i He inputs in the pulihc pnpnr8 . tlmt an in* siittition nf thi" ktml was lug'ilv nfresfftry irt prpvrnl Id! iiflltcted, otip'*ci;illy FUiiMCur^, from fill me into the ttaml...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

IN'THK M.\Tn:H of ilie intended npphcttio'i of DAVID CASSHL, Jr. to tti'Tourtof O .iK.n-'rS.'-MOiis. ht the April Term 1-t-. for lirei»*.e :o k*"-p a tnv**rn in the Bornuirh of Mnrif i:a. it ln-ir.u an old * •?«¦»(! WC. the untier^ijin'-rt cin/enc oi' ih" Mor<m-_ ' h nf Mnnftta, in which said x»\ ern 1*. i>rnfio-»eil to hr jm-jit. Iio Ortifv, that thf "aid inn or tavern 1* n'c-^ary 10 aToinmodaiethe pulilir and esit'Ttam ••traiii:er< and trav.'ller^. and that we ar* 1 wrll affjiiainteii with th-* *-.-iid I)t :<\ rn*.***|. Jr . and that he ie nt -rood repute for honesty nnd trinp<ranrc. and is wrll jir^vloil with liou*>* a room and i-omenlenf* forth** nrrimninHnno 1 nf^nnc'r1 - and TravlN-r-Abraham Cn-M-l. John H. Ciootlman. I. Fnitcr, Snmtu'l Navlor. Nimro-lPas-rl. John Miller. Ludwie Tidier. S. F. Encle. I'redfnok Mehling. Wm CuinmiM^, Andrew leader. John K Fullrr, Samutl John-joi, H Mu^selmsn. Henry Cntieh^noiir Mn:rh 11. 1-1—"It INTIIR ...

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Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

PEHIN TEAS. fP!*) A GENCY FOR TIIE PEKIN TEA CO^IPANY, l&'^ii) compri^ins" ihe diiferent ^nidcs of Green and Niii^u-tl Black TEAS, put up carefully iu TIN foil, in quarter end half pound paper*, expressly for family use. \Ve deem it unnecessary to enter into detail 4 -, ns its superiority over all other Teas has been loiig tested by the increasing demand for them. Principal Depot. Xo, 2\, South Second street. Phila. For sale by FRY &. SPANOLER, Who are the only authorized agents for Columbia. TW.^ml^ r1&. 1*17,—tltti OS! IWST HEAP!! MY IIEAD!!2--WclI, what'* Ihe matter? Why, my hair is all fitllmg out, and I shall soon be bald. Well, no matter for tliat—you have only to u«e Jayne's Kmr Tonic faithfully, and n will not only stop your hair from falling-ofT, and r.e=tore your eculp to a healthy condition, out cnusryour hair to grow apain more licnutiful than ev,r Tor <=;ile by \V. A. L.EADER. Coluintuti. Jan. 15. It-H.—tf. nznxxoi &. co/s ezjp...

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

A PTEW VOIiTJlVXE. THE HOME JOURNAL FOR 18-18. Edited by MORlliS & WILLIS. Thr immense editions of the January numbers of this utuvcr«ally popular 1'amilv Newspaper are disappearing rapidly. New Subscribers. who wish to preserve all the chapters of the new and beautiful AMERICAN NOVEL, {now in the course of publication) and files of the work for Ib-J"'. can be supplied wnh complete $elsif immediate application be made. Tlie Home Journal is precisely what its ii'lc implies: a Journal for Home. It contains an endle*« variety of choice, instructive, refined mid sierling literature—the iimusingNewsaiul Gossip of Ungl.ind France and America, ami a chronicle of nsws for ladies It is not only a weekly review of the world's progress, but a highly ornamental parlor newspaper of piquant and peculiar interest. It i«. in short, the best and cheapest paper ever issued by its editors, and by far the most ni* lertoiuing nud elegant. The terms are only **J.«0 » j ear. (or 3 copie« for So ...

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Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

chesnitt st. aoirss. NO. 121 Chnnnt trc ct, a few doors below 4(6 r^orth «idc —The xubsenber rcpecttully inibrms hif inendi and the public in eeneral. that he still conunues to keep the above cstahhshment. Kycry pains i« at all tunes taken to render this one of the be^t. and. from it- central MtuaUon.it is one of tlie most convenient Hoick m the city. His TAUI.H is furni-hed. at all times, witli the choicest delicacies of ihe Fe:i«on. His WINKS* nnrt LIQUORS arc not surpassed by any other CMaMi-hincnt 111 this city. His Servants are careful, honeM and obliging. J enns ot IJoanhiifr to suit the times. Country Merchant and Business Men will find the \> cation oi Hie Ciiepmt St. Hoise, in the most busin«» port of Philadelphin. The cuboenbtr plc(ljre«i him«elf that everj* thinff in hi* power shall he <lo»« to give satisfaction to those who II" vor him with their patronage „...., . SAMUEL MILLER, Philadelphia, Sept. 27, 1847.—ly Proprietor CHEAP ^gS$|s> TVATCIIES...

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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

EUIKTBTTE-aH: QXT^RTEB-IiTT. PROSPECTUS of the EDINBURGH QUARTERLY J. MA«AZI.\X OP.MOfiAL.AMJ LNT151 J.KCTL'Al-SCICNCK, Volume I. for l-l-—American edition—Geo. CoMttr. ami UowtUT Cox. CtUtors. iE7*Tl»c many and enrnt '-t tle«ire« expressed by the lovers ol Phruntdogy on this side the Atlantic, ami tlie hop** of tetiJl further advaucmsr tin-, great cati-c. has induced u^ to publish an American edition of this profound and SCIENTIFIC CJUAR IXKLY. Its charncter and merits nctd L>ul little comment, further limn ihat it cinaiuites irorn tome of the ablest minds in l^ngland and Scotland, and has been before the public more than twenty yean*. UJXHIGE COMBK. The distinguished plircnologicul writer, is its principal contributor, and virtual conductor. This work embodies all tlie new discoveries, iotretlicrwitha.il of interest which appertains lo Phrenological Scetnee. MAO.\irn>.M It nl«o advocates, showing its adaptation to medical science, to the relief of human suffering, ...

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Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS PHILADELPHIA TYPE AND STEREOPYPE FOUNDRY. The sub-JL Minliei^ »« iir«vmr.M l«iurtn-U. wMw.niwiir.-. c\fTy nrticlt -* u-'-rl in a l'nntini; Ouice. and hsue re«luceil ihe Price* oi Type upwar.U of 1^ per cent. Titey now charye tor Pica. 32 ctt Munon. 31 cts tNiiall Pica, 3-1 •• Nonpareil, «!'» •• I-on^' Primer, :jf> " Ai:ate, c(i •• Uouriifoi-, 40 •• IV-.irl. SI 20 " Brevier, 4C " Diamond, li*t0 •' Determuiecl to ^parc no expense m milking tlirir establishment ii-. complete n-; po--ibl«* they are g^ttim; up a uiiifunn yrii. '^ of the celebrated Scorcit l",\.ci;«. which are unc<[iinll«*(l tor benniy rim ' durability, and winch they feel a=»ured will meet wiiii general approbation. Several si7c« arc now ready. II:mii£ recently vi-ned Huropc for the purpose of procuring every irnproveinoiit m their line of hii-ane^. they now offer aVwucr variety of Fancv Typn. liorder-.. Ornament-, A.c . ic . than any oilier «-^t:ib|i!.hnieiii in the United...

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

PROSPECTUS AF TIIE AMERICAN PHRENOLOGICAL JOURNAL. \J Volume X. fob leI-<—O. S. KOWLIMl, Ivlitor. To reform and perfect ourselves ami our race, is the most exulted of all works. Vet. to do this, we mn-t understand the human e<>n«uuituin. Tins. Phrenology. Physiology, and Vital -Magnetism embrace, nnd hniee fully expound all the lnw> of our being, condition of Imppui'iso, and constitute the philosopher's stone of universal truth. PHRENOLOGY. Each number will contain either the analysis and location of some phrenological faculty, illustrated by un Kugraving, or an article on their combinations ; and itNo tlie organization and character of some distinguished pt;r->oni\src, accompanied by u PHYSIOLOGY. Health is life, the gretu in-muneut of talent, virtue nnd h.ippine", all of wlnrh it imminent- To it- pre-crvation and. restoration, special attention will be given. m \*;\r/ns.M. With practical in-truction. mterf-tiiK; fact*, and those choice truilis ...

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Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

HOVER'S T7IBST rreraium Writing Ink.-Silrer medal jnst \ awarded by tlic American Infitnuie, New York15-17 The following testimony from distinguished Institutions epcaks for itself. UNrvEBStTV of Pennsylvania, > l'hiliulelnhia. May 11. 1541. $ Havinir tried, for t-omc timt;, the IJlack Ink manufactured by Mr. Joseph E. Hover, we have found it well suited for manuscript, by its runimic: freely, and ils exemption from coagulation. Ils shade al-*o we are pleased with. W. B. 11OK.NER, M. D, Dean of the Faculty and Professor of Anatomy. JOHN I.UDLOW, Provost. SAMUEL B WYLIE, Vice ProvoM. HENRY REED. Secretary of the Faculty of Arts. KOSBWELL PARKE, Prof, of Nat. Phil, and Chemistry. W. W. GERHARD, Lecturer in the Med. Departraeat. Pennsylvania Medical College, PuiLAUELriiiA. We fully concur in the above. SAM'L. G. MORTON. M. D., Dean of the Faculty. Central High School, Philadelphia. A. D. BACHK. Principal H. McMURTIUE. M. D , Professor of Anatomy. American Fire Insurance Co., P...

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 25 March 1848

HUE'S EIVXBXU>C.a.TIOItf FOR Horses. This Embrocation, so well known by the Boatmen, Wagoners, Farrier", Farnif rs. iSiajrc Driver*, and Private Oentlcmen, with Hor«es, is spoken of in the highest terms for tlie following complaints: old or froh cmc, wounds and bruises, old strains and swelling*, t.train* of the shoulders, jral's produced by the collar and sarttlle, nnd in all cases where the joints and tendons arc i#a relaxed condition- For sale by W. A- LEADER. Columbia, Feb VMf FAXZV SZlj^GEIt PfoffS W. Killer, or " the People ' s n-uivtd from Prnvidiii.ee. R. I..lhree bn<"J nrpirrv kinil—RlKiiiualliin . Achiim F.ici-Achlrii; Tepih Hiirm Pamlnlheneek. h.rk. ,,,d hM\| s ,;<,)«. . Cl " he P. "' ftc.*c.. and rur sale onlrny W A LEADER Coli.ii.hia. N,.v.n.b-r 6 I8IT.-If. >-t-ADER. ATOBWD *.r.M.».. ,.rih« S,,|e »„,, - ll.,el, "- Un, .,,.„;, " .„ • „ I | »n "" nSCX " *- 1 !? Lu '" : ' a '"tBr ""- *' • <" r»'~* •> " No«30«..« W.A.. LEAUEB. ...

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