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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
THE SPY & COLUMBIAN. SATURDAY MOUSING, AUGUST 28, 1817 AGENCIES. V. B. Palmer, North West corner of Third and Chestnut streets, Philadelphia, Tribune Buildings, (opposite City Hall,) N. York. South East corner of Baltimore and Calvert streets, Baltimore, and No. 12 State street, Boston. Jacob M. Westhaeffer, Lancaster city. Wiujah A. Pierce, Travelling Agent.
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
PHILIP GOSSXiBR, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Columbia, Lancaster county, Penn'a WILL practice in the several Cuurts of Lancasterand Yorkcounties. Office. — In Walnut street, adjoining the Washington Hotel. Mar C, 1847. DOCT. WM. S. arCOEKLE. /"KF ICE—South East corner of Locust and \/ Second street. Boarding House—with Mrs. Swartz, 2 doors below his late residence. Columbia, April 7,18-17.—tf Wails and Spikes. Cyf\(\Kees NAILSSPIKES and BRADS.— s£\J\J Just received and for sale at reduced prices by RUMPLE & HESS. 7AFEB, HAOTOinasT VA RIOUS PATTERNS of Wall, Window and Ceiling Papers and Borders, of ihe most elegant modern styles, for sale Hy C. WESTBROOK. Columbia, April 7,1S47. ]\TlLLand CROSS- 2UT SAWS, of Ro-JtB land's best. For sale at manufactures prices by HUM PLE ii HESS. Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf CHAINS. HERR' S Celebrated Loivden Ffth Chains, Traceslong and shortdouble and single Link. Breast, Carrying and HalterChains, all of which we offer at manufactures prices. RUMPL...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
For the Spy and Columbian. , It would be ungrateful in a civilized community, to withhold the tribute of respect and praise duq to any disinterested and humane action, which is accomplished in their midst for the benefit of others, under circumstances of danger and alarm. The consciousness in the breasts of the noble individuals who so distinguish themselves, is, it is true, their greatest reward; and, no doubt the only one which presents itself to their consideration, as a motive in the hoar of emergency; but it is nevertheless, the duty of others to see that such virtuous acts arc duly known an i honored. The exertions of Mr. George Bogle, in saving the life of a lad who was drowning in our river on Wednesday evening last, constitute one of those noble deeds, which, in a community such an ours, when children arc daily exposed to the lilce danger, cannot be too highly appreciated. The boy had sunk to the bottom some minutes before JVlr. Bogle arrived at the place. He saw the byst...
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
" Men cry peace! peace! when there is no peace!" riTHE War! has actually begun, bul " Gcn-|Taylor never surrenders," neither does Ihe Rev. B. Hibbnrd's Vegetable Universal Pills when they make a charge upon Bilious, Intermittent, Inflamatory, Coi^estivc and Typhus Fevers: Sick Headache, Dispcpsia or Indigestion, Cholera Morbus, Bowel Complaints, etc. Dose, from a half to two pills. Price 12J,25 and 50 cents per box. Wm. A. Licader,supplyingngcnt for Columbiawho will supply country merchants and others. Sold bv all our agents iu this county and state. au28'47-lf Stoves, Stoves. ¦STTOOD, COAL &. COOKING STOVES, W of the latest and most approved patterns. Also, Kadiator and other improved patterns of Parlor Stoves. For sale at reduced prices, at the Hardware Store of J. W. COTTREL1,. The highest price will be pnid for Old CastinssFlax seed, Clover seed,Timothy seed, &c Columbia, aug. 21, 1847.—3m KEItfOVAI",. /3» THE subscriber would inform his friends Gs^and the pu...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Col. Bento.n, it is reported, has written to Washington demanding a Court Martial for the vindication of his son-in-law, Col. Fremont. A Louisville paper snys that Col. Benton is preparing for a terrific attack on tlie administration next winter. In speaking of the administration and the war his language is very bitter. Similes.—" Modesty to the female character is like saltpetre to beef, imparting a blush while it preserves its purity. 0 The above is only equalled by Oil apod, who says: " Female lips arc bnt the glowing gateways of so much beef and cabbage," A Good One.—A little ebony applied to a grocer, a few days ago, in the name of her mistress, for a sample of cheese. The article was given, and in a few moments the darky returned with Misses say berry good cheese, and tank you for send two more samples . '" CUT" Entered at the custom house," said Mrs Partington, pondering on tho expression; "1 don't see ho 1 *'the vessels ever got in; but I am glad that the collector clear...
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
CHEAP OIL STORE, PHILADELPHIA. RIDKWAY & KEEILE, 37 North Wlinrvcs, l»elo\v Knee St.» OFFER for sale at the lowest prices, all the articles of the Oil Trade. Tlieir stock is varied ntid extensive, and they feel confident of giving satisfaction to those wliu call. They have now on liond—Pure Sperm Oil. White Winter and Fall Oils of different qualities. Solar Oil. Winter-pressed Lard Oil. Winter l£lephom and Whale Oils. Refined. Racked atui Common Whale Oil. Tnnners' Oils. Sperm Cnndles, Guano &c, &.C. Philadelphia. August 14 18-17.—2m. N. B.—All goods delivered in first rate order. AH. BULL'S Compound E\tr»ct of Sar*a-. parilla for sale by R. WILLIAMS. auH'47-tf DOC TOR TO WNDSEN'S Compound Extract nf Sarsapnrilla iii-ver iails to eradicate entirely all the rifects of mercury, infinitely sooner than any other medicine, night sweats, nervous debility, nervons comjilaints of all kinds,neuraliaria, organic affections, &c. Sold l>y' auH'47-tf K....
Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Those Who have been Deceived With MOCK PRETENDED HAIR PREPARATIONS Should read the ffillmcing statements of respectable persons. M R. Abraham Vanderbecb, of Avenue 98 D, New Yorkcertifies that bis head was entirely bald on the top, and hy the use of two 3s. bottles of .TONES' COK.VL HAIR RESTORATIVE:, he has a good crop of hairand will soon have it long, thick and luxuriant. Mr. VVilmam Jackson,of 80 Liberty street, Pittsbtir^, certifies :-On the 3d of February 1S47, that Mr. Thomas Jackson's head on the top, was entirely bald for fifteen years, and that bv using two 3s. bottles of Jones' Coral Hair Restorative, the hair is growing fast, thick nnd healthy. lie expects by using this a little longer to have a belter head of hair than he ever had. To lltose whose hair is gray, or falling ojf and weak at the roots .* I hereby certify that my hair was turning) gray and falling off, and that since I have used Jones' Coral Hair Restorative it lias entirely ceased fallingis growing fast, ...
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
James K. Polk, President or tug Ukited Stater, ANP AM* OTHER DISTINGUISHED PERSONS, WflO USe US & Toilet emollient, Had way'» Chinese Medicated Soap, give it the preference ever all Toilet or other soaps. 1st. Radway' * Chinese Medicated Hoap Is the only article ofine torict possessing medicinal virtues in the form of poap. 2nd. The Medicinal properties are selected from the most safe, rare and efficacious extracts and balnif of roots * shrubs and plants of oriental growth, and they are so scientifically combined with the soap as to biffle all attempts to analyze them. 3d. It ad way'a Soap is the most delicious Toilet Soap ever used. Its soothing, healing and purifying effects upon thti cuticle. In allaying the Irritation occasioned by tlie biles of muiqultocs, cleansing the secretary vessels from all Impurities,rendering the akin soft,smooth, pure, sweet, fair and healthy—speedily removing tan .sunburn, pimples, blotches, pustules; transforming dark, sallow and discolored...
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Water-Ci/jie ix England.—The Hydropathic method of treating disease is attracting great attention in Great Britain as well as in our own country. Men of high reputation for scientific research arc giving it a thoughtful examination. Already o distinguished member of the medical profession (Dr. Forbes) has announced in the journal which he edits, • Britifh and Foreign Medical Review? that men mvst examine tho water treatment, and draw from its list of means remedies against some diseases at least. A monthly periodical, *T!ic Water-Cure Journal? edited by J. M. Gully, M- D. and W, M*Leod, M. D. was to have been commenced pn the 1st inst. It will unquestionably be received with favor at home, and without disparagement to our own periodicals devoted to the same object, we codIc] wish for it a wide circulation on this aide of the Atlantic—JV. Y. Tribune. A Genuine Wwdfau ^Ve hear that letters received by the last European steamer, of the death of a Capt. Lamphere, in England, who has l...
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Liver Complaint If generally accompanied with jtnin in the right aide, extend ing up to i lie top of the shoulder—rnrinlilc appetite, occasionally a difmrdercd stomach, yellow tinge of ttie skin find eyes, and often a swelling over tlic region of the liver, ingeiher with many other nymplnms of a loaded nnd corrupt state of the blood. Wright's Indian Vegttahlt Pitta will lie found one ofthe very best medicines in the world for the cure of all cjiscnFGfl of tlie Liver; becaupe Uiey ex;tcl from the hotly ihose murbid humors which, when deposited upon this imjmrtant organ, nre the cause of every variety of Liver Complaint. From three to six ofthe above named Indian Vegetable Pills, taken every night on going to bed, wilt, in a short time, give Mich manifest relief, that no argument or persuasion will be necessary to induce b perseverance in their tme, until the liver is restored to a healthy action, and pain or distress of every kind is driven front the body. Wright's Indian Vegetable...
Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Aprcncy or the PEKIN TEA COMPANY. Sf^fJ! > THE SUBSCRIBER keppi constantly t'Yjt'l , on hand an assortment of Fresh Teat, inv i' ftinijporicd hy'he Pckin Tea Company. Any Teas sold hy me that dors not give entire satistaclion,cnn he returmd and exchanged, or the money wilt be re£unJcJ. C. WESTBROOK, Locust street, Columbia, Pa-April 7,1847. JONES' SOLUTION OF JET, an instantaneous liquid human hair Dye, for dyeing light, red, or grey hair permanently a brown or jet black color. Full and copious directions enclosed. Sold at the sign of the American EagleNo. 82 Cathatn Street. New York. Price M cents, $1 or $1,50 per bottle. Sold by Aug. 7,1847—6m - R. WILLIAMS. More fAglit. LAMPS. —Oil, Lard and Camphino <!Und Lamps, Hanging and Siile do. For sale by KUMPLE & HESS. Colnmlio, April 7. 1S47.—tt ± Z&pttr Kcafc, GicSS, 3?airrtjS sab ®tl«. WET HERELL & BROTHER'S Pure White Lead, Paints, Linseed anil Sperm OilVarnishca, Glaos &c For sale at...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Frightful Loss of Life in a Belgian Coal ]\fiHK.—Brussels, July ]9.—On the night of the 16th inat., a destructive fire broke out on the premises connected with the Marihalc Coal Works, near Scraing. It originated in tlic engine-room near the mouth of the pit, and rapidly spread, catching in i ts progress, and burning the ladders and ropes which served for descending into the coal pit, and thus cutting off for the time all means of escape for 164 workmca who were at work therein. The first signal of their danger was the appearance of dense columns of smoke which came down the mouth of the pit The workmen immediately rushed to the ladders, but the foremost, ascending them a short distance, were cilticr suffocated and fell dead on the ground, or killed by the falling of burning ma* materials from the top of the shaft.. The fire was, after great efforts, mastered, and a descent into the pit made, when a most frightful Bight presented itsel£ The dead, the dying, nnd wounded, lay all sc...
Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
HAKCE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF IIOAKHOUND. T1URTI1ER proofs of the efficacy of Han-JJ ce's Compound Syrup of Hoarhound in relieving afilictcd man. Mr. George T. VVarringtonresiding in York street, Federal Hill, Baltimorewas attacked with a violent cough and sore throat, after trying many remedies, was induced by a frieud to use Hance's Compound Syrup of Iloarhound, and before using one bottle was entirely cured. ANOTHER, YET MORE ASTONISHING! Mrs. Henrietta Merrickresiding in Monument street, between Canal and Eden streets, was attacked with a very severe cough and pain in the breast, which was so intense that it extended to the shoulders. She was afflicted also with a pain in Ihe side. After trying many remedies she was persuaded by a friend to use Hance's Compound Syrup of Hoarhoundafter using three doses she experienced great relief, and before she had finished the bottle was entirely cured. SETH S. HANCE, 108 Baltimore street, and corner of Charles and Pratl streets, Bal-AGENTS—G. ...
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
written for the Spy and Columbian, THE DESERTED. SCHOOLROOM BV MARV Q. WELLS. Where are the laughing races that filled thia lonely room, Where are the merry voices ihat chased away Us gloom, And where the brilliant eyes of hazel, black and blue. That o'er the tedious pages their weary dances threw 7 Gone are the (airy footsteps that fell 6o lightly here. Scarce echoing tliro* the room, uow bo silent and so dear, Ve careless children to your happy homes ye're flown, And left me here in sadness to meditate alone-— The benches, chairs and tables in wild confusion thrown. The floor with paper fragments and •• copy-slips" o'er-Birown, Pencils, pens and well thumbed books * cast Idly here and thore, Shew how glad lo leave their tasks the giddy owners were. Thoughtless ones, it likes yc not o'er musty tnmes to pore. And small respect have ye or for wisdom or for lore: Why will ye, immortal souia, Hirow life* * best hours away. Why will ye not profit by youth's short and sunny day 1 T...
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Well's Strengthening- Piaster. TT^OR all pains in the Breast, Side and Bach ^ Warranted in all cases. For sale al julylO-lf LEADER'S. "VTTANTED.—An Apprentice to the TAIW LORING BUSINESS. JuljlO-lf JOHN JORDAN. JPovcOcr Futi' s. CJUPERIOR Powder Puffs in Gilt Boxes with ^ hiehly perfumed Toilet Powder. For sole at JulylO-tf LEADER'S-82UK8 maJOattS. TAMP1CO, Madras and Cape Boot SKINS, Pressed and Undressed Morocco, Kid. Lining and Binding SKINS,always on hand at the very lowest prices ^ & ^ WRJGHT Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf "IVTOTICE. All persons indebted 10 the sub-^ scribcr aro r«juesl«l to ma ke payment, and all bavins claims airain»t him, will please prcacnl them for settlement. CHA.S. J. BARNITZ. Julv 3rd, 1847.—If
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
HANCE'S SinrnpnrllU or Dlnoil l»llln. FlflyPilln In a Box! TliPchMpent nnd bent Medicine in pxiflpncc* Every person wlio in luhjccl to Pilinug Fever should DUrifv ttieir blond and ayptem by using a box nfthe SJIRSJIP/IRILI^/I OR BLOOD PII.I.S1 Perttnnli nfltielpd wilh Co«tlvpn*««, »hnutit try nANCE'S ftAK8APAR1I.I.A OR 11I.OOD l'U.1.8. Vounc ladies and irentleman trouhird will Pimplns on the Fnce should try the s.insjiPAiirr.r..i or n/.oon pills i ginctnff ir. the Enrn rellrved by IIAN'CE'S SAItMAPARII.LA OR ULOOD PILLS! Ilrndnche and ftiridinpss cured t>y imiiifr the SJiRSJlPJlRir.Ljf OR BLOOD PILLS! Drmvitlneufi nnd general PeMlity rured hy IIANCE'* SARSAPARII.LA OR BLOOD PILLS! DyntMTtslA enn tie cured by UKlng SJlRSApJlirLlJl OR BLOOD PILLS! 5^TPer«oni« who have taken considerable portions of mercury, and in consequence ha7e pains in their bones, should use freely HANCE'SSAHSAPARILLA OR BLOOD PILLS. T3»Per*ons in want of a Pill that ts Purely regtUihlt anil is warranted...
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
B. E. MOOPE. I. N. RISDON. ITIOOItX] &:RIlSI>OiV ? . MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 70 South Third Street, nearly opposite the Exchange, Philadelphia, T> ESPECTFULLT announce to their friends JLV and Ihe public that they are constantly prepared to make lo order, of the finest and best materials, and at moderate prices, every article of Fashionable Clothing, constituting a Gcnthnan's Wardrobe, for which tjieir complete stock of choice and carefully selected Clutlis, Cassimeres, Vestings fee, ofthe latest nnd most desirable patterns, are panicularly designed. Their own practical knowledge of the business and a personal attention to every garment, enables them to give entire satisfaction, and to both old and new customers they respectfully tender an invitation to g\ve them a call. Having been lor years connected with some of the best and most fashionable establishments >n this country, employing none but first rate workmen, and being in the receipt of the latest (...
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
CHARLES STOKES' GLOBE HALL OF FASHION, No. 296, Market Street, Philadelphia. CL OTHING-A necessary and useful article ; it well becomes every one wbo buys it, before purchasing to look and see where it can be bought cheapest. I am satisfied (and reader, you will be) it* you fa\or me wilh a c.ill and J>>ok over my stock of goods you will not only buy yourself but tell your friends where CHEAP CLOTHING can be had and they will do the same. If you come to the Globe Mall of Fashion and do not find goods twenty per cent cheaper than ntany store in the city I think you wii! say Geneml Taylor never whipped the Mexicans ! I think he never done anything e!se. OCrA full stock of clothing suiicil fur tha country trade, which merchants and others arc particularly invited to examine. CHARLES STOKES, No. 20G, Market St., 3rd door below Ninth. Philadelphia, August 28, 1847.—3m.
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
PTJSLIS SALE. O N Wednesday tlie 29lh of September next, at one o' clock in the afternoon, will be sold at public saleat the house of Edward Jacobs, a certain two story frame dwelling house and half lot of ground, situate on Third street, ;bctween Locust and Walnut streets, fronting on Third street twenty-three feet nine inches, late the property of Ann Welsh, deceased, wli are aitendance and terms of sale will be made known by EVAN GREEN, Admistralor ofthe estate of Ann Welsh, deceased. Columbia, August 28, 1847-—Gt. NOTICE. ~T ETTERS of administration on the estate of I i Mnses Brown, late of the Borough of Columbia, deceased, having been granted to ihe subscriber residing in the said borough, nil person* indebted lo said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having: demands against it will present them for settlement to Aug. 28, 1847—6t. MARY BROWN.
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Iindics arc Cautioned Against Ufttng COMMON PREPARED CHALKj fTHHEY are not aware how frightfully injuri-B ous it is to the skin! how coarse, how rough, ho;v sallow, yellow, and unhealthy the skin appears after using pepared chath '. Besides it is injurious, containing a large quantity of Lead ! We have prepared a beautiful vegetable article, which we call Jones ' Spanish I>ily White. It is perfectly upnocent, being purified of all deleterious qualities ; and it imparts to the skin a natural, heajlhy, alabaster, clearliving white; at the same time acling as a cosmetic on the skin, making it soft and smooth. Dr. James Anderson, Practical Chemist of Massachusetts, says: " After analyzing Jones' Spanish Lily White, I find it possesses the most beautiful and natural, and at the same time innocent white I ever saw. I certainly can conscientiously recommend its use lo all whose skin requires beautifying." Price 25 cents a Box. For sale by R.WILLIAMS. Columbia, August 7, 1847—Gm <...