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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
DRUGS, DRUGS IV. A. LEADER, Would most respectfully announce to Ins numerous friends in Coluu bin and vicinity that he has again commenced the Wholesale and Retail Drug business, at his old stand, lie has just returned from the city with a full aDd general assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, PAIHTS, OILS, Glass and Dye-Stnfls, Together with a most magnificent asi 1 unequalled assortment of choice PERFUMERY, Such aa Cologne, Lavender, Flora Portugal and Baymitn Waters, all sizes put up in glass stopper Bottles; extracts for Handkerchiefs of every kind. Beefs Marrow, Circassian Oil, Fancv Soaps, Ladies Motto Wafers taken from Shakespeare—Glass Letter Stain ps.Scont Rags; Perfumery put up very handsomely in Boxes and a large assortment of Hair, Teeth, Shaving and other brushes of various kinds. W. A. L. begs leave to inform the public generally that lie has procured ihe services of two young men who will oivc general satisfaction both as respects their knowl...
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
HARPER'S CELEBRATED RAZOR POWDER, finHE best oiticleerer invented for giving a fine _ l keen edge to a Razor, or any line instrument. Xo sbave, or not to fchavc, that's the question; Whether 'us better, on the whole, lo suffer Th* outrageous scr.ipings of an eilgele-s razor; Or, buy a box of Hvju-er's Kazor Puwmer, Wherewith to act the edge?—to buy,—to use,— No more;—for in its une we sunly have A sovereign halm for all the karker-ous shocks The face is heir to,—(is a consummation Devoutly to be wished. To hhave;—to scrapn ;—To scrape! perchance to scream;—ay, there's the rub; Tor in that horrid scrape what screams may cntne, (Particu larly if the face be tender,) Must give us pause. * • "Who would their faces tear, And grunt, and sweat, with a villanous dull razor, When the remedy, that renders shaving pistirne, May no* be had at We«tbrook*n? For want of this, Men sometimes in'her wear the beard's they have Than undergo the grubbing operation. Harper's R»zor Powder is warmnied lo...
Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
HOVER'S First Premium Writing- Ink. This Ink his for a long while become csta-Wished as a National article, and the following testimonials from Washington City, prove it^ merits to that distinction. House of Representatives. Washington City, February 24, 1843. I state that I have u>ed the Ink, during the present session of Congress, manufactured by Joseph E. Hover, Esq., of Philadelphia, and [ have found it to be an article of most excellent qualiiv. JOHN WHITE, Speaker Ho. Rep. Patent Office, Washington, D. C, February 24, 1843. Sir—Your Black Writing Ink han been used in this Office since October last, and is entirely approved. I am respectfully. J. VV. HAND, Chief Clerk. Mr. Joseph E. Hover, Philad. Hover ' s Adamantine Cement The following from Bickncll's Reporter will best illustrate its value: " Mr. Hover manutactjres " Admantinc Cement" for joining broken china, glass, &c.; we have tried the article and found it to be excellent." For sale wholesale and retail...
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Never Book-Bindery, IN THE BOROUGH OF YORK, PENN'A. The subfiribera respectfully inform iheir friends nnd the public (hat they have opened a Book-Bindery & Blank Book Manufactoy on Main street, next donr to ihe Post Office, in the Borough of Yofk, v*hrre they will be happy to receive orders for every description of work in their line. Particular attention will be paid to the Ruling and Binding of every description of Blank Rooks, for Banks, County Offices, Merchants and others. and every variety of full and half bound Blanks, New and old Uooks, Periodicals, Law liuolcs Mnsic, Newspapers, &c., hound to any pattern, i.nd in any style required. Paper ruled lo pattern, ffj -AH work warranted. CORBET & WYANT. Yoik, May 12, 1847. WANTED. CTUVO APPRENTICES, about 15 or 16 years JL of 8gef to learn the Cabinet Making Business—Apply to JOHN W SHUMAN. Columbia, Apoil7, 1847.—tf
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Notice to Builders. nriHE undersigned is appointed agent for M. the Peach Bottom SLATE QUARRY, and is prepared to Slate any Roof, either of a house or Barn that may be wanted in the Countv, be having on hand at bis yard in Columbia, at all times, the best article of Slate and can furnish workmen of thirty years experience. All roofs warranted riot to IchIc il the Building does not sink or give way. Charges moderate to suit the times. JEREMIAH BROWN, Agent, for the Hon. Jeremiah Brown 4c Company. Columbia. June 12,1S47. Gm AN applicaiinn will be made«t ihe nrxt Session of the General Assembly ot the Siate of Pennsylvania, for ibe incorporation ot a Company under the name and style, or m'emled naruo and style of "TJie Columbia Savings Institution" and designed as an office of discount and deposit, with a capital not excuedineone hundred thousand dollars, to be located in the borough of Columbia, Lancaster Coumy, Pennsylvania. Columbia, June 19, 1S47. Gm
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
CHESNUT STREET HOUSE NO. 121 CHESNUT STREET, A FEW DOORS BE LOW FOURTH, NORTH SIDE. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he still continues to keep the above establishment. Every pains is al all times tal.^.n to render this one of llie bc^t, and, from its central situation, it is one of the most convenient Hotels in the city. HisTytnLKis furnished, at all times, with the choicest delicacies of tlie season. His Wines and Lihuoks are not surpassed by any other establishment in this city. His Servants arc careful.honest and obliging Terms of Boarding to suit the times. Country Merchants and business men will Gnd the location of the Chesmjt St. House, in the most business part of Philadelphia. The subscriber pledges himself that everything in Ins power shall be done to give satisfaction to those who favor him with their patronage. SAMUEL MILLER, Philad., Sept. 27.—ly Proprietor.
Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
^artrujarc! ^arbujcirc! ! |Mf t ^ggl^ f*&iThe subscribers respectfully cal SBftjJcpgffiSl^ thc attention cTthe citizens generally, to their assortment of Hardware, Glass. Paints, Oils. Cc<lar-Warc. We hove just receiver! in addition to our stock. HARD WAKE. CUTLERY mid Building Materials of all description, su<h ns LOOKS,HINGES, SCREW'S, NAILS and SPICES. «3 I c it of aH giijrs, PAINTS, Linseed, Sperm and Whale OILS, Bar, Rod and Hoop Iron, or all sizes, ANVILS, VICES and BELLOSW of the best quility, all of which we oiler at the lowest prices. Persons wishing; to purchase iwll find it to their advantage to call nt RUMPLE & HESSS, Coumbia, April 7, 1817—tf. Locu-t St.
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
PAPER IIAXGIXG. JUST received a*plemliit assortment of Parlor, Hall and Chaml'cr PAPERS & BORDERS, comprising over 6UU different styles, rmny of which are of the newest and most bmutiful patterns, alwars on hand at Manufacture* price at J. D. & J. WRIGHT'S. Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf A CARD. The subscriber respectfully announce* to his friends and tlie public, that he has again returned to Columbia, after liis long illness and retained his elation; all customers will not? always find him on hand ready at alt times to accommodate them. He is thankful Or Hie patronise heretofore so liberally bestowed upon biin and hopes by strict attention to merit a continuance of the same. W. A. LEADER, Ooldrn Mortar Drug Start, Front st. Colombia. ColombU, June 13,1647.
Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
CO2OTMCBX.A. BOOS AXtH STATIONERY STORE. mS glmfm C. WESTBROOK keeps conjfr '"(wl? stantly on hand a large and well QnLiflUJy selected assortment of MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS, of all discriptionsfrom the smalt pocket memorandum to the snbstantialls bound demy. Letter and Cap PAPP.R, by the ream, quire, orsinglo sheet. SCHOOL BOOKS. Serials, Periodicals, Newspapers. &c. Staple and Fancy STATION A RYBrushes Combs. Parses, Pocket BooUs, Toilet and Pockets Mirrors, Razor Strops, Shavinjr .foaps; Pasteboard. Ivory. Marabo and Steel Studded FANS, and nu ncrous other articles, all of which will be bold very tuw for cash. N. B. Cash paid for Racs. Columbia. April 7,1847.
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Morning Train Again BETWEEN YORK, WRIGHTSVILLE AND COLUMBIA. pnHE President and Directors ol tlie Balti-I more and Susquehanna Rail Road Company having consented to continue the Morning Train between the above places. K3"The Car will leave Columbia Daily, I Sundays exaeptedial 6J o'clock A. M.. and the Train will leave Wrightsville at fij o'clock. Returning, the Train will leave York at 8 o'clock, A. M. D. C. H. BORDLEY, April 17,1847. Sup't.
Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
TO PRINTERS. The subscriber 19 now manufacturing Printing Ink of superior quality, and offers it for sale in large or small quantities, upon accommudaling terms, in any instance where the ink tent shall not answer the description, il will be exchanged or the price refunded. A liberal disconut will be madu upon large pur* chives for cash. The News Ink is put up in kee> ol 12, 15 20 16. 30, 50 ard 100 lbs. Book Inka in small kegs and in Ib. canisters. Colored InkB also in 1b. ranistcrp. KJ-A 20 Ib. keg ol the best news ink will be sent to any point ot the Penn'a Improvements at my risk free of charge, upon receipt of 35 COPAL VARNISH in barrels, kees. and can-»">"»• J. H. MIFFLIN. Columbia, May 20, 1847.
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Notice. THE Columbia Bank ami Bridge Company intend to make application to the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at their next session, for the renewal of the Banking, Discounting, and other privileges they possess under existing laws. The Company to be continued by the name, style and title of the Columbia Bank hiid B' idpe Company, at the Borough of dlumliia, in the Counly of Lancaster, and Stale of Pensvlvania. By order of the Bo:ird SAMUEL SHOCH, Ca-hici. Columbia, June 24ih, 1847.—6m. rrUN PLATE and SHEET IRON, of the best I brands, for sale by RUMPLE & HESS. Columbia. April 7, 1847.—tf
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
SUNDAY TRAIN. BALI 1MORE Si SUSQUEHANNA K.R. The Mormkq Passenger Train will run from Baltimore regularlyhereafter, on Sunayat 9 o'clock A. M., and Returning will tart from Columbia at IJ P. M., Wrightsville 2 P. M.and from York at 3 o'clock, P. M.. as on olher days of the week. The mail between Baltimore and Yoro. ~.:'. ha carried by this train. No other train will runon Sunday. D. C. H. BORDLEY, Superintendent of Transportation. Oct 2T. 1846.
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Fish! Fish ! Just received at Young & Casscl's Cheap Store, Front street Columbia, Pa., Mackerel of all numbers qualities and prices, Herring CodfishSec, which hare been bought at first lands, and being of the very finest quality, of. er inducements to the public to come and girt them a trial, Mar, 37
Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
Baltimore and Susquehanna RAIL ROAD Fare Reduced THE Passenger Train runs daily as follows belnw — Leaves Ballim^reat 9 o'clock A. M. and arrives at 6J o'clock I*. MArrives al York at 12 o'clock P. M.and loaves for Columbia at li " 'clock, P. M. Leaves Columbia at 2 o'clock, P. M .and leaves York for Baltimore at 3 o'clock P.M. Pare from Baltimore to York, $1 SO Wrightsville, 2 00 Columbia, 2 12} The Train connects at York with Stitges for Hnrrisburg, lipttyoburg, Chamhersburg, Pittsburg and Y01I' Springs. FAKE TO GETTYSBURG &. HARRISBURG The company is iiulhorisetl !>y the proprietors of the Staze Lint's to receive-the fare through lrom Baltimore to Gettysburg nnd Humsburg. RALT1MORE TO GETTYSBURG AND HAR RISBURG. Fare through tocither place, A3. D. C. H. BORDLF.Y, Super'!, May 9—tf Ticket ()j!izc>,63 North st.
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 28 August 1847
AOBsrcv or the GRAEFEN'BERG VEGETABLE PILI.S finHE subscriber is regularly appoints] agent I for the sale of the Gracfenhurg Vegetable PiIJb. These pills arc compounded upon the positive and fixed taws of nature, nnd the foundation of which is in perfect nccorda'icc with the opinions of the most eminent medical men. They will cleanse and invigorate the stomach, freely purrjR the bowels, open the pores, give a pleasant temperaturo and tone lo the skin, nnd do all this in the gentlest manner, without doing violence to the »jstem. pricc 25 cts. per box. C. WESTBROOK, Agent for Columbia, Colombia, May 26, 1817.
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
From the Boston Investiinlor POOH MAN'S PATRIMONY. Smith in hia " Wealth of Nations," says—"The patrimony of a poor man lies in the strength and dexterity of his hands; and to hinder him from employing his strength and dexterity in what manner he thinks proper, without injury to his neig h, bor, is a violation of his sacred property." This is true in principle, and as principles are unconditional truths, any system uf social or civil polity which infringes upon this principle, must necessarily he erroneous. There is a custom purfly legislative and arbitrary, extant among civilized nations, or " allowing one man to control the nulural and absolute necessary source and means of subsistence of thousands. What is the inference and effect? That Ihe system is wrong, and the thousands deprived of their natural rights by this custom, must accept of artificial rights from those who thus control their natural rights, and thus wronged thousands becomes the dependents, slaves, or serfs of t...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
THE VENTRTLOQTJIST A few years ago, towards the dusk of the evening a stranger in a travelling sulkcy was leisurely pursuing his way towards a little tavern situated at the foot of a mountain, in one of the Western State?. A little in advance of him, a negro returning from the plough was singing the i'uvorilo Ethiopian melody, dvine down to Slilnbnne Alley, I.nng timu ago. TIic s.Vangfir hailed him—"Hullo! uncle, you, smwbal. 1 ." " Sad!" said the blacky, holding up his horses. "Is that tho half-way house ahead yonder?" " No, sah; that messa Billy I.emond's hotel." •• Hotel, eh ?—Billy Lemond's ?" " Yrs, sah ; you know massa Billy ? he used to lire at the mouf ub Cedar Creek; he done more now though—he keeps monsous nice house now, I tell you." "Indeed T" " Yes, sail: you stop 1UI1 dis cberning, I speck j all speelable gemmen put up dah. You chaw baccah, mussa ?" " Yes, Sambo; here is some real Cavendish lor you." "Tankee, massa, tankee, sir; Quash my name." " Quash, eh ?" " Y...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
Fortlie Snv and Columbian . THE PIC-NIC PABTY. With spmc of its antecedents and consequences set forth in a letter from Mary Gay to her cousin Uabclla Walters. Some moments Fpa.e, dear cousin Bell, WhllRt in few words I haste to tell Of Plc-Nic held on Friday week, Upon the banks ofChiquce creek. For days the appointed time before Of nnught besides could I think more ; At home no more was I content. But every day out walking went. On Wednesday morn, to Walnut street I bent my way, nor on my feet Did cast a thought, l»ut all intent Upon the Tic, t onward went Till i pi a sti Into a nasty pool I trod, nor then went home (more fool . ) For ere that night I sought repose. One theek nivcllcil r.vcn with my nose, From tooth to tooih nlint liorrid pain, A moment 1 )* rent I could not gain. Until a thick t-pTend mupianl plaster. Eased all my pain but (sad disaster:) A frightful mark it left hrhinJ, The swelling not a bit declined, All nightof awful things 1 dreamed. Until the morning su...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
A Y*Mir«T FftEAcmsa'a Notion.—"I beg the audience to be seated a moment. Rumot has coma to my ears, that a large quid of tobacco was dropped into the contribution box last Sabbath. The man who committed that outrage, would do well lo pause in his career. He is slipping down a greased plank lo perdition.....To.night there will be preaching in most of the churches. The public gardens, I am desired to give notice,are also-open. On Tuesday night there will a fire . Providence permitting. On Thursday evening the gates of the battery will be thrown open for the reception of strollers and ardent Iorcrs. There will be a Distracted Meeting held at Tammany Hall on Saturday evening, to commence at early candle-lighting. Admission gratis; on going oat, a shilling will he received by a keeper at the door, for the Manual Labor Society for the Education of Indolent Young Men for the A. B. F. Mission, at Nootka, Sound I would observe that one Miller is preaching up the doctrine that the world is ...