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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

The Bosjesmans.—From a London paper we quote a notice of the African savage* recently exhibitcd in that city, throwing- some light upon their characteristic* and gride as members of the hum mi family:— The audience being- a general one, lite lecturer did not attack the scientific nirt of the subject, but confined himself almost entirely to the alliance of tlic Boojesmans wilh otlicr races. He scctns to entertain the opinion that the whole of the unexplored iutorior of Africa is peopled wilh this piginj' race of wild men—a hypothesis by no means imprnhiblc. Tficy belong, notwithstanding all that has been advanced in their favor, to the lowest class of Immunity ; the power of speech exceptcd, there nre many of the inferior animals possessing a greater devclopcnicnt of the higher faculty of construct!vcness to a very marked extent. The 1 Bo^jc^mans, on the contrary, do not appear, as far as we can ¦ uncertain, to have any notion of raising huts or cabins, bul they wander about in fie...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

Dr*Tii or a Viskrabl'*. Patriarch.—On Snti'iru.iy l;nt, the voncj'iblc (J(. j urj ' ;t* R;ipp \liu founder and head nf the '* (Iinnony Society," died at his rr&jdcncc at Kronomv, :it llic advanced njjc nf f)2 years. The lo-^s of liiK r.\tranrdinary man will be Aovrrrly frit hy a people v\lio, for over forty yc.irs in youlli, in ni.in'iood, :jnd advanced a^"e, Ii.im- Licd hound b> Iiim tij- the closest attucJiniLiit, and lie? ot ~ nlTt ction and canficlcnt.c. Mr. Rapp came from the "Kitlierl.tnd" to America about tlif yenr ISO I, ami ' .nun .ifiLT orgaiiizcd an u^Miti.ilion ul Harmony,in Uatlcr Cnunty, whom tlic " coinniiiiul}'" sys-tem, or union of lubor nnd prnprily, w.is fairly tested. For sonit; ten year 1 -, the sonety continued lo reside there, in ihe cnjuynicnt of tmnquility and pros, pctily ; but to secure to his people n bt-Her ^ditl.ly inliciit.incc, the vc-nurable patrinrch led tlicm totlie riuh v ill ley of lliu Wabii^h, where tlicy rciu.iint'd until Ib2i...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

A Sad Affray in Montcomerv CoL'vty.—A I.i men' .able occurrence, winch il is feared, inuy tcr', minalc fatally, look pl.icc on S.iturdiy I **.!, in I Montgomery County Md., abnut eight miles from Georgetown. The facts of the case arc thus given in the Georgetown Advocate : I Mr Hincs, a constable, accompanied by a Air. Myers and oilier?, came to the place of Mr.Ashton Garret, where he win at work in the field, together with his brullicr, Mr. ffenry Garrut, for llic purpose of serving a civil process on Aehton GarretU As soon an Mr. (I. Garrett had left the field, the parties arrested AtJiton, and ivt-.ht-d to carry hint imniedj. ately before a m igi-lr ile, who, it seems li-i<l come in tlic neighborhood fur the purpose of trying the case. Mr. Garrett in«'islef3 on going to the >ionsc tn get his clothes before fie should go with the constable, bul they refused to allow hint that privilege when ihc altercation of sonic kind ensued, andlhcy overpowering bin., threw hi...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

Mr.Oe.cott, a correspondent of the Boston Investigator, claims to haie overcome the attraction of gravitation so far as the human body is concern, cd, by the inerc ¦cxercisf of volition upnn a rues* mcrircd subject. lie wts first led to think this possible, by witnpsc iiirj r.nd trying the old experiment of several person-, raising n prostrate person, hy placing each the tip of .i fin<*vr under him, and, after a full inspiration of breath, •'rmu'taiiconsly JifUnp him—when he v/as found to Iiavr no npparent weight, but went up like a frathcr to the ceiling. Hi* lias, Jic says, prevented a falling person from reccivmg even a slight concussion on reaching tho ground, &.*?., &.c. If he have dot *c •jo, he h is done wonderfully well. A letter in Ihc &.cic!r, dated "Rome, 2^d June," lUttt that u faction of the Jewish nation, calling itscir ** Young Palte*'nc,* f considers Pope Pius IX, the Messiah! 'X'liu conservatives maintain that he i« merely a grci t...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

Tli« Paramatta Express publishes nn- arrount of "the ,ipocry*ih..l niiim tl" s.iitl t-o cs^t in the intc. rior iif New Suutti \V.ile«*. Ii in ^H-jiptisvd \\% he a (jti.idnipod'* o! llie order fcrx,"(?) ai.d lo (rrfjuent the inland waters ubnut the ^lurrumhidgec. "The Murruiutiulgce Micks assert thnt thin nnimal is 'Nig us iinu bullock;' they describe it us having a he-id and long neck like an emu, with ;i thick mane of Imir frmn the trip of the Kead to the shoulders; four-legged, wilh three iocs one-nrh O«nr r v*.hie!i is wi:hhcd, and having a tuil like a horpc. They c»H it the " I-Luteiipai,' wliiNl bv 'he WaICa W.itta iribe (who similarly clevrribe if) il is railed MCycnptatc;' by the Vab.il.i Y.tb.il.i tribe, on the J'dwiinl Tiivcr, il is known n«; the *Tnun»lla ;* whilst tlu; Hurriiln JJurrul-i tribe eall il * Dongus.' Tltc blacks on UiuGrcit Carangtimilc I/aUc, in the Forlliuu] di^trifil, dL'st'ril>L*s a similar niM'i:al, which they cull the ' Ounyip*^ and Capi^in flow...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

To CoRKnsrcsi>r.si-s,—Too late for insertion on our outside, we received two poetical replies to the inquiry addressed to Leila, published in our last. As we have nol room for both on the inside, and as they would duubilcss be injured by keeping, we ¦Iiall merely give a synopsis of Iheir contents, so far as we ha\c been able to comprehend them. The lady querist is apnstroplnsed as " Dealt.*-1 of the dearest tribe, 11 u loveliest of the lovelies', forr.-.,"" gentlest of the gentlest crceJ,'* und ** meekest of the meekest form,"—which, biiu^ parts of two verses, constitutes, aa an esamitJMion of the fina ' words will prove,portzy. " Tair^t of t he faircbt few,. " " noblest of the noble.t gift,"arc rather vague expressions, but doubtless correct, for the poet declares most einphali'eiilly that he sees the Ripcrlativc of .superla.t : .vcs, u seated in her downy chair, 3le*>ti'',^ cm \n>i liAntl an l hrmv, Vj i'ii ii it ing o't-r thy Leila fair." The effusion is in...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

Si.VGUi.Ait Phenomenon. —While at the mouth of tlic river last week we were told that several days Itcfore, llic waves washed heap* of dead fish ashore, in numbers 50 great us to literally rover lite bench. Tfu'y were of all kizcs nnd descriptions, «uui emitted km strong an odor nf sulphur us to a flit 11 .ill Ilie i!cnt7je*ns «»f the mmuh wit|i a cough. Some days before ibis unusual occtirrcnfe, it i« paid a Mexican ivom-in predicted 1l1.1t the [.licnouicnon would Uke place. As for tlic prnplicf 7 we will nol vmcli, bul Lhc fish part of the story U "true us prcicliing*'fur ive withoRcd the heaps with our own eye?. It is tuppoBcct Unit hy some volcanic action of the earth, Lhe fiiljflmric fume csrnpcd nnd destroyed the pis* Mtory inhubitiints of th.it j»;irt nf ihc Gulf.—Ex. "Rkmwrkablk Proprrtiks or Gvaso.—A nutive >f* Down E-ii*t,* defending tviili cli.-irai:lcri"tic exiggrr-ilion 'he reiiKirkuMe propcrlict of (iumo, as 1 (irouMtttr of vcgcl.ition . said,'l«fit n fv\v hou...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

Capt. Tvlkr not Heuied Yht.—A Virginia pa. per tells ;t good story of Ex-President Tyler, which shows I hut be is not llic man to be headed *«o easily as sorne imagine. * The 1 Judges of the County Court last spring appointed Jiim overseer t»f n very luwl r'Kiri, forcing Jiim to discharge a very annoying duty; or subjcrtini: him lo pay the firm pn sn ' rifx-ij by statute for a failure tn discharge tlic public lui-iness imposed on htm. Instead of neglecl' mg tin: business, however, he cntere*d upon it with great vigor,nnd called on the judges mid others to turn nut nnd work on ilie ro<id,:is required by lmv. Astlic n*nd was very roug )) , lie kept tJiCin working- on il for two months. They ln'ggcd to be let oil*, bul be rc'u\ed to dii*- cluirge llicni. They tl>ni petitioned him lo resign, bu< he de-cl-ircd it lo be loo difficult to got into office now, for him voluntarily lo -ib.tndon tiulhorily wlieiv conferred upon dim, besides, he would be liuMc to a 5nc if ...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

Something Xice am> Novel.—Mc?. crs. J.D. & J. Wright ha\c for ."tile an article called the Ccxc Umbrella, which is thccinbodni.'jt.l. " f elegance and convenience. In its chrysalis stale 1 , you have a rery neat walking cane,which nn nnc unaiyjuintvd r.-itli the spirit of il;c o^e *vnn!d suspect of bcinc " anything c!sr. M lic-nj^ii:«. t\ niau! You have never read the " Vcpligt<= of Creation," or you. would bo nwirc that the lav.' of progrcs.sivc dcvclopcment teaches tli.it the order of creative economy \h on-\v?.rd and up'varil. To you the chrysalis presents no prnmisc of the aurelia—the egg has for you no hint of hatching. Hut remuvc that case, and before your wondering t^azc »hall appear a sitkcu cinupy, which as it unfolds its silken wing's, shall ulTunt you, in the shower a shelter, in the sunshine, shade. Two nf the Lancaster papers, in complimenting Mr. Rathvon, of Marietta, on his scientific attainmcnl«t, give him credit fur bring an cjcellent "/7/y...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

Henry Ci. «.y.—ThisdiMtngutslicd man ts sojournitig for a few da}'? at Cape ?.Iny. IIu is hailed every where along his w.iy, with honors ^tld.nn paid tci a private citizen. The recent uffliclion he has suffered in the loss of his gallant eon, has awakened a sympathy in the great American heart, which overcomes the barriers-of party deling, and the whole people unite to testify that sympathy, end their admiratiori of the great man—appjrently forgetting 1 that Henry Clay was ever, even politically, their cnomy. .May tlic excitement of travel, the variety of scene, and the welcome of Ins many friends throughout the Itind, lend, in some degree, to alleviate the depression of spirits which hi* recent bereavement his occasioned. As a proof of the absence of pcrty feeling in the reception of."\Ir. C'l iv r.t Pliiladt Iphia, ii is grUify. ing lo o'uscrvc thattlie Spirit of the Timrs publisher] The most glowing and cnllu.biai.tic report of the proceedings, on that occlusion.

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

Djikaofi:l Snipn-iirrK.—Loss of the Sice dim Bark IJttna—Onr Hundred avd Scvcnty-tico Perj sons Drowned.—A telegraphic dcspaLcii from Bos-I ton for the Xew York Herald innhcs the following I melcncholy nnnouiicrmi-nt:—"The ship Clianunga, Patted, frum Liverpool, 13th till., hound to this pori, reports that on Monday morning, 9tU inst. , al one o'clock, the weather foy^y, hr came in contnct with the Swcdi*<ii bark Idutia, from Hamburg for Xcw York, witli 20G persons on board, nnd that tJi*; bul: funk in 30 minute* after Ific rolliusinn.— Oiit.iin Fallen immediately sent his Wtl«* to tlic rescue, and witJi one boat from tlic bark, picked up 31 persons—17D perished. A inong 1 llirni was Capt. A. A. Mobcrjr . List of Passengrrs Savrd. — Edw, Kui<scr and Teresa Lett finer, cjbin ;».n«Bcngcrs;Cirlf I.nu«cn, L-ohard Ro«lmlnr. A. VVe*!cr, Krcdcnck Rohn. Chj«.Sctz and wife, D.uiicl Gunjiljcr, Frtdcrick Kaburp, Johnas. WeaselJ( II. F. Among 1 the thousand and one flings at...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

I | I A Fact for Nati/iulist!*. —A load which had t been Imricd under a reversed rlowcr-j>ot thicc feet beneath tlic surface of tt.c ground, by Mr. SimucI ('I.irke, of CrookVplanc, butcher, on the Ilth of* i June 1 , lb4C\ w.is by t'le s.unc gcnilenian di-interred on the 1 lib itlt. No sodner %vas the lit'le' .-inimul t.ikrn up ih m be n ive t*ident proof* tlitl tn he "buried itlin." dirf not, to him, nereis inly Involve cc-*-«r(iio!i nfrxisti-nce* ; for lie irKtaait y contnicucud skipping nhoul, ui.iny of hi-* bounds extending lo tl.u liciijlii of mjc iiiehe*" inf> the »ir. His mouth was elo-cd up wild n white skin, but hw eyes witc aft sparkling as when, nn that d iy twclveiiioutb , he was put below the ground. —Norfolk Ncic8. ' The Morder oe Mrs. Wiluaxs.—The Dela ware Express gives the fallowingpnrticulnrfl of the late horrid murder of the wife of Rev. Gcrshotn Williams in Wayne County, Pn. Mrs, Williams was eiigigRtl in conducting a Sabbath School, and...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

THE SPY & COLUMBIAN SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, ISA' AGENCIES. V. 13. Pauier, North West corner of Third and Chestnut streets, "Philadelphia, Tribune Buildings, (opposite City Hall,) X. York South East corner of Baltimore anil Covert streets, Baltimore, and No. 22 Slate street, Boston. Jacob M. WnsTiiAnFrcn, Lancaster ciLy. William A. PiERcr. Travelling Awnt.

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

Vatjdahijt. DitrovEiiv.—TIjl* Boston Times sav * Oars bafcera havn ro far improvfd the size of theii broad, tliat a ciiiU cannot Ewnllow a ten cent loaf entire without d*ngrx of chatiag. Another LErrER from Gen. Taylor.—The Louisiana Floridian contains the following very remarkable letter from Gen. Taylor, in reply to a letter addressed to him by Dr. Dclony, " one of the most radicil, determined, out and oat democrats in Louisiana." The General replies to the direct interrogatories of the Doctor in regard to his opinions on ihc leading; tonics involved in the contests of the two great political p.irties,—declines giving his opinion with regard to the justice of the present xvar with Mexico, and being no pnlilican, says he is not hiifucicntly acquainted with the merits of the two great leading antional questions, viz: tariff and nalionnl fianU, to hazard nn opinion. Thus (Jen. T.iylor very properly refuses to identify himself willieither of the* political parlies. His present d...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

PHILIP GOSSIiBR, ATTORNEY AT LAAV. Columbia, Lancaster county. Penn'a, WILL practice in the smeral Courts of I.aica-HT md Yo'kcnunties. Opficc.— In Walnut street, adjoining the IVusiiingrnii Hnt«I. Mar 6, 1847. DOCT. WM. S.M'GOEKLE. / ~ V FICE—South East corner of Locust ami \ _* Second street. Boardinjr House—with Mrs. Swartz,2 doors below his late residence. Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf Kails and Spikes. 900 Ke2? NAILS. SPIKES and BRADS.— &\-ryj Just received and for sale at reduced prices by RUMPLE fc HESS. PAPER HANGINGS. VARIOUS PATTERNS of Wall, Window and Ceiling Papers and Borders, of the most elegant modern styles, for sale bv C. WESIBROOK. Columbia, April 7, 1947. MILL and CROSS-2UT SAWS, of Roland's best. For sale at manufactures prices by RL'Ml'I-E iz HESS. Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf CKAIWS. HERR'S Celebrated Lowden Fflh Chains, Traces. I..iig and short, double and sinlile Link. Breast, Carry ing nnd Fl alter . Chains, all of which we offer at manufactures pr...

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

COLUMBIA BOOK AMD STATIONERY STORE. f - aJstm C. WESTBROOK keeps con-£^~4£Jay slanlly on hand a larjje nnd well Cn, ^ ,Ki7iiiy selecturl assortment of MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS, of all discrmtiuns. fnun the small pocket memorandum to the substantially bound demy. Letter and Cap PaPFR, hv thp ream.quire,nrsmrrle sheet. SCHOOL BOOKS. Serials, Periodicals, Newspapers, fie. Staple and Fancy ST ATI ON ARY. Brushes Combs. Purses, Pocket Books, Toilet and Pockets Mirrors, Razor Strops, Stnving .Soaps; Pasteboard. Ivory. .Maraboand Steel Studded FANS, and nu ncrous other articles, all of which will be sold very low for cash. N. B. Cash paid fnrRas$. Columbia. April 7, 1847. Fi«.!»! Fi!>h ! Just received at Young Jc Cassel's Cheap Store, Front street Columbia. Pa., Mackerel of all numbers qualities and prices, Herrmrr, Codfish, &.r., which have been huui'hl at first hands, nnd hein<* of the very finest quality, of. fer intiuecinentb to the public lo come and ...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

SrLENom rSIiitAGt: in Paris.—Tlic Journal tics Debuts gives the fnllowittg c(c?»t*i iption of a mirage winch i.ecurred in F.ins .t >iiort time ajjo. IJetween Kcvuti tiiid e-igli* in lliu moniiiig 1 llic wuillicr being cold and ivlnlu lhu sun was rUiii, * brilii.mtly, from the point ol * the steeple of the dihedral or Uhn rose .i narrow r.iy of a dirk color, almost vertic.il, wilh a >]iiflit inclin ition to llie \vi->t.— Near thU ray ihc imairc of ihc tipper half of the steeple of the catlicdrul was designed, with its towers and all tlic numerous and dilicjlc (iull.ic ornaments which tiecorated it on all bid erf. Thin image was so correct Hint it might have been Mistaken for a rrprcscnt-iliun mnde by the daguerreotype. Eight times tliis phenomenon wis repeaie*', Such an optical cfiict is uni-xantpled in the eounlry. Editohial CttuiiTESv.—Tl.e tdiirr of n paper in Ki:iilucky says lliat u iirolhcr editor luia" cooled ofi'in hi* ardor about jjning to Mexico sinc...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

M/VRRIKD. On Ti|f5ilny rnoniiny, tin: 16th uipi., hy tlm Rev. Ren M. ( |.ing«>«, Mr. CiiAiai"«DirFm to MistU'DUl'r tiobaFF, all ori.atic.ivter fntinty. l.itica-liT pupi-rs will ph-.isp ropy* Wga * .\\ \iljituriM--l iih-imihl* nfilie f'OI.UMltM yjUsS? i:\fMM; \M) IIO*li ('(IMI'aNY.Iml'piIii-i i%Hll ih"-" 1 dt yir..ii« of her nuns CIM-jiiIu'i m of lln> -ntii-» ,<| li.. l.-l! MILS i:Vi:.MNG. ai lie 1 nn h M.ill. nl li.ill IM.l wv^ti u'cl.ik. CiliO UOGLIZ, r-ec' y. )'oliinilu:i. jMii;iit-l 21, IS 17. JMftga^— \N udjniirrfil ihpp' me if I1'* 1 niemlipr*1 oft' - iV-Ss^r noun i .s i'bm t'ini: kncink ami Mt»i; i,*i wi' VN Y.w ill lip U*-Ui in lli« 1'itlihc M-ii.ti.l II.Mif.*, in Sec-Hid (stn-t-t. ihIj.iIiiiiii: Hip Knunte Hun****. Uiik * ven my I'iiim lu.d iiltfinl *nrn in rrqne-tit-il n« an < leciion ui i>lticers for tin; •mkiijiii! rear iv nt hike |»l.i< e l.'idiiniliui, Aug. 2I.I&47. W A l.lvAUBR. Hrc'y. Stoves, St ves. iir° nD ' COAL...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

Those Who have been Deceived with MOCK PRETENDED HAIR PREPARATIONS Should teat! the following statements of respectable pet sons. MR . Abraham V.»mlerhccU, of Avenue D£ D, New York, corlifies that his head u:is entirely bald on the top, and hy tlic u^g ol two 3s. bullies of JO.VEV COit.VI. HAIR RE<TOIUTIVK, he has a <r»od c^op <if hair, and will boon have it l«)ni_r. llurlc anrl luxtirmnl. Mr. Wir.i.i am Jackson, of 89 Liberty st reet, Pitlshur^, certifies: On the 3d (if February. 1817, thai Mr. Thomas Jarkson's head on llie top, was entirely bald for fifteen years, and that bv using two 3s. bottles of Jones' Coral Ilatp Restorative, ihe hair is crowing fasi. Illicit and healthy. He expects by usinji this a little longer to have a better head of hair than he ever had To those u:hose hair is pray, or jailing ojj and iccuk at the roots : I liercbv rrrlify that mv hair was turning ?ray and falling nIT. and that since I have used Jones' Coral H:ur Kt'storntive il ...

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 21 August 1847

DOC TOR TO WXDSEN'S Compound Eztruc of Sur-inptniUa n> vur i.iils to or-tdical. 1 . n Ii i'l\ ail the H'ects of mer ury, ii.fm.lely sootif t'.an am othir itiimIii itn-t n iji.t sweats ncr..>u • 'fbility, n.rv.iiis coniplaint-ol" nil kinds.neiirdli -ia. nr^a.-i.- s-fieellons, &c. s-'old l-y aullMi'tf K. WILLIAMS. A H BULL'S Co ..pount! Eitnct of Sar-a J3-. panlla foi sale by R. WILLIAMS. nul4'47-tf J - t AG CLASl'S, I'.ii-i- an,I Uai- ¦\ v.\-.\.. Sire t ' ) Iteatls, Paim and i!uu IJiius ' anl T-.-s.'l - 1'Vr salu by K. WILLIAMS. an 1 V 47-1 f TT>EKIN TEAS of a'l kmiM. lo ho had fre-.li. X at YOUNG .t CASSEl.'S Store, No. 50. CoUiinl.i:i. aiii. 7. 1H47—tf uninRm.i.AS. IN sjreat variety var\ iiijj in price from 31^ cents and upwards at FHY & SI'ANGLER'S. Columhia, Au^. 7. 1S47—if HAMS , HAMS, Jersey cured canvassed ilams, for sale at FRY &SPANGL.EIV.S. TUB CRY IS STllX TBBYCOM13. ~\\J li are now oiii/iun^ the best araorlmeni T T of Dress G...

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