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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
Notice ALL persons having claim?*agaln9t the Estate of James Low, deceased, late of the Borough of Marietta, Pa., will please to present Ihem properly authenticated for settlement. And those that are indebted to the same, are requested to make immediate payment to the subscriber at Columbia. WM. WHIPPER, Adm'r. June 24th, 1847.—6t
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
VEGETABLE PILLS. THIS extraordinary medicine is founded upon the principle lhat the human frame is subject, U UIS'LY ONE DISEASE, viz: corrupt humors which, when floating in the general ma»s of eircu lation, are the cau>e uf all kinds of Fevers, bui when lodged in the various parts of the body, give rise to every malady incident to man. Let it be remembered that the human body ant Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills are mutunlly adapted one to the other, and that by them all morbid and corrupt humors (the cause of difea^e) can be entirely eradicated, and this \u so easy and nuturn] a manner, that while they every day give va<e and pleasure, Disease uf every name is Literally Driven from the Mady. The following highly respectable storekeepers have been duly appointed agents for (he sale of this Celebrated Medicine, in Lancaster county, A;>hville T Pennock & Taylor. Bureville, Reuben V* eidfer. Bainbridge, Bcecher & ttranghr. BTickersville, Samuel H....
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
Health, Health, Stealth THOMPSONS' COMPOUND SYRUP OF TAF AND WOOD NAPTHA , TIIK ONLY CERTAIN UKMKDV FOR THE CUBE O Pulmonary Ctnmttiiiptum Chrome, Branehttis nnd Sore V'hruat, jJsthrtiu Chnnnc Catarrh, S>pttUnjr vf Blood, Pain in the bide and lirvast£>ijjiculty ofJtrtatliins, H'lioppiau Cottftht L'roop ll'eak JV'erersautt JYeruous Tremutirs, Putpttntttw t>J the Heart ; also Litter OumjtlttUitaviiJJjfectlonvf the Kidneys O F all Ihe df-3eu«ei incnl«m to mir climate there if nnm so tiniversul nudattlie saute tune so m^nlunus nnr faiai as Cim-«tim]>tit)n. In tin country «sp*>ci:illy I'uldinanry Onn^umptinn is t'/nphatlc.illy a tcour^c and in it« re<?i^(1ecfj career sweeps o'er the l;iml a^ h (Ifguoyinj Ancel, luyine low with releiiltes:* hand llie slrnngesi and fauusien nur r.^ce 1 lluheiin all effmts lu »tr«s»t tin. dtead dt~i-n-'«i have provt-d vain, Jinri Jill tlni: t>(>Kint'«i u'litim our |>n<.v<tr w...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
DRUGS, DBUaS, HaH 1 MHi^b 1i ^HSR^BBBBBr^mTOBl W. A. LEADER, Would most respectfully annonnce to his numerous friends in Colnn bia and vicinity lliat lie has again commenced tlie Wholesale and Kctail Dru^j business, al liis old stand. He has just returned from tlie city witli afull and general assortment of DRUGS, MBDICXNES, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, Glass and Dyc-S<wfls, Together wiih a most magnificent and unequalled assortment of choice PERFUMERY, Such as Cologne. Lavender, Flora Portugal and Baynum Waters, all sizes put up in glass stopper Botlles; extract? 'or Handkerchiefs of every kind. Beefs Marrvv, Circassian Oil, Fancv Soaps, Ladies Molto Wafers taken from Shakespeare—Glass LelterStnmps.Scent Bags; Perfumery put up very liainlsomoly in I3«xes and a large assortment of Hair, Teeth, Sliaving and other brushes of various kinds. W. A. L. begs leive to inform the public generally that h(- has procured the services of two young men who will aive general...
Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
COLUMBIA ABCADE, By B. CRANSTON. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally that he is now reaJv to annuly them al his NEW ESTABLISHMENT, the three-story building m Front street, Columbia, on the lot formerly occupied by John Enney. as a ropewalk. He intends keeping on hand a select assortment of fashionably made CLOTHING. He has just returned from Philadelphia and NewYorlc with a new and splendid assortment of all kinds of clotljmg, made of the best materiais. and in the latest style—consisting in part of superfine blue and black cloth COATS, Frock and Sack Coals, Pelisse Cloth aud Tweeds of every color and quality. Ai-so—a larae assortment of plain and tancy Cassimere, Cloth, and all other PANTS, suitable for Spring Summer and Winter, of every size and description. VESTS—Figured, Silk, SatinMerino and Marseilles,suitable for all sea^onsand of every size, style arid quality; to which is added a beautiful assortment of flue Linen bosom SHIRTS, Musli...
Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
Jnsiics Jf. Hunter'*! HAT, cII^' ooFa 'Si) SHOI JEMPOKIOB, ,^\». 4O Front St., Columbia. Sign of the JVig Hut nnd Cap, directly opposiu the Bihlgf, anil a'lj.'ining Black's Hotel. ^cMmmftg*. The sufcsi-riber he^s It^ e to returi ^SSjSS? j, - ,s ihinks to hi< friends nnd Hip pub iE£§ciJ2Ef ijc generally, for the very liber.il pat ^^^^ ronai^e heretofore exccnited to him ^^^and. hopes by strict niicniiirii to busi-€^" ^^ ness, to receives coiUlnn tlion of their favors; he gner. upon the principle "a nimble six. pence is better than a slow shilling," and !ti csirry out the principle. make> quick sales at small adrani-es. His place of busuies- i- not a brick front, or ol gre'il splend.ir, hut he flatters !nm.-elf thut he can suit customers, better, niidsclleheap.r, tlun persons who ilo business in big brick houses, ami make a sreat fuss about selling gnmls .it cost, lie docs not c(i!l geods at cn^t, but sf 11s at a small .ulvunce, mid by su doing expects to p'onse all th...
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
Ifffen B HP ra^Mr^» Tcgctable Universal Pills Are a strengthening purgative and a purifying Tonic. THE hopes of the American agents are far more than realised bv the success of Dr. Le Koy' s Vegetable Universal Pills on tliis side ol the Atlantic. Never did a medicine spring into such immediate popularity. In less than three monihs eighty thousand l^es have been disposed of; and cert ficaies ot cures pcrfurmed bv them received fr.>m upwards of four hundre.l persons. The cures embraced a great nuinber of disiase-t? but those which piednminaied were Billions "Fever, Colic, Habitual Costivetie^s Dysenmry, Loss of Appetite, Flatulence. Worms ami Lowne^s of Spirits. All per-ous who take them ngree that thev are *ar>iiperior t<» every other medicine they had ustd, in the mililness the energy, wnrl the e/ficacy of their action; for though they produce neither gripe nor nausea, they net upon the secretions "ith gre.u d'nectnes-, force and rapidity; and as a purgat...
Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
Freight Line. BETWEEN B&LTIMORE AND LANCASTEn.l'i. REGULARLY EACH WAY TWICE A WEEK AN arrangement ha^ !>een made ti» run the l»urih*n Cars nf the Bultimore and Susquehannn Rail Ronil Company thivuch, betwein the nhove places, so as to *ave tran.-hijiment or delay in the receipt of good*. Tlie cars will leave each place regularly on Tuesdays 'mil Thursdays, arriving on Wednusd-iy- anil Frid-ivs. Go.uls will be received nt tbe BelvidereDepot, Noith st., Balnmnre, ami by R. Moildvrwcll, 1/nnraster. They will be forwarded either way at tho following piict'S, clear of commission and all other charge-*, except storage, when not remo\ed within the usual time: On Dry Go™l-s nnd articles not enumerated per 100 lb?. 25 ct». G-oceries, Himlware and Queenswore, 23 Salt, \» r s.ick or bbl., 31 Fish per bbl. 5ft Cluster per Ion of 2000 lbs. 2,25 Funiture anil Carriages per 100 lbs. 50 Flour per bbl. 25 Whiskey per hhd. 1,70 Grain per liushel 8 cts; Oats per do. 6 Seeds ' ' 12$ Ho...
Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
NEW SPRING GOODS THE subscribers hove just received a large and flfWemhd assortment of New antl Seasonable GOOUS, lo which they invite the attention of theii friVmfs aaii the public in general. Their stock consists of Super and Medium Black, She, Broun, Olive and Mixed CLOTHS, Plnin, Striped and Fancy CASSIMERES. Ufar-*pillfs, Satin, Velvet and Volenciu VKSTINGS, A large ussurtnieiil uf Lajies' DRESS GOODS, Uinghams, Biilzorines Be Lainca, Lawnif. Alpaceas, olain stripidand plaid CAMBRICS, PRINTS of «verj variety and price, Hosierv, Trimmings, &c. 2, 3, 4. 5, G, 7, and 8-4 Linen and Uultuii LIAPEUS, Tickincs, Sheeting^;, Shirtings, Checks, &c. Superior French, Thibet, Cashmere, De Laine and Zcphjr SHAWLS. Fi-csh Fr tinilj Groceries, (selected with very great care) Loaf. Crusbc(i,|Pulverised and Brown Sugaru, Syrup, JVew Orleans S. H. and Trinidad Molasses. TEAS, COFFEE, DRIED BEEF. &c. China,-Glass, CJuecn's and Stone WAKK, Cedar War*-, Baskets, &am...
Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
STEAM IRON RAILING FACTORY, RTDGE KOAD, mlbove It id f on wood Street, PHILADELPHIA. 4 T this establishment may be found the -* m. greatest variety of Plans and beautiful in the United States, to wluuh the attention o llmse vn want of any description, and especially for Cemeteries, is particularly invited. The principal part of all the handsome Railings at Laurel Hill, Monument, and other celebrated Cemeteries in the city and county ol Philadelphia, which have been so highly extolled by the public press, wens executed at this mnnnfiiclory. A large \Vare-Koom is connected with the establishment, where is kept constantly on hand a targe stock of reariv-made Iron Railings Ornamental Iron Settees, Iron Chairs, new style plain and ornamental /ion Gates, with an exlensive assortment of Iron Posts, I'edestalsIron Arbors, §c. Also, in j^reat vanity, Wrought and Cast Iron Ornaments,suitable for Railings, and oilier purposes. The subscriber would also state that in his Pattern and Designing...
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
HiS.Vi'SDR'S Ci3l.8}BK VTKO RAZOR POWDER, PTpHE host article ever invented lor giving a fini _kren edge to a Razor, or nny fine instrument. To shave, ur not tu shave, that's the question; Whether 'tis better, on the whole, lo *=uiTer Th* outrageous scrapings of an eiigWess r.nznr; Or, l>uy a box of Harper's Razou Pow»r.n, Wherewith to sei the edge 1—to buy,—to use,— No in or**;—for in its u*e we surely Unve A sovereign l>alm for all the barber~oua shocks The face is heir to.—Us a consummation Devoutly to be wished. To shave;—to scrape;—To scrape! perchance to scream;—ay, there's the rub, ' For in that horrid ecrape what screama may come, (Particularly if the face be tender.) Must give us pause. * =* Who would their faces tc«r. And grunt, and sweat, tvith n. villonous dull razor. When the remedy, that renders t-having pastime. May now be had at "W'tstbrnok's? For want of this, Men sometime^ rather wear the beards they have Than undergo the grubbing operation. Harper's...
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
HEAtTH'THAOE EASY FOR THE " PEOPLE. , , Or Physical Training, io rnukt iheir Liees in this World Long and li'ippy, by the author of "Education As It Is, Ought To Be,and Might Be" Vint American Edition, with Additions •• Being an elementary and intcicstitig ttcntiv on Self Knowledge. Continuing short and eutcrlaining nnicleson F001I, Heart, Glands, Strength, Eatincf, Stomach, Nerves, Recreations, Digestion, Liver, Brains, Old Age, Blood, Lungg. IVIiml, Man, SoiTftions, Artvries. Sensos, Woman, Htaii, Veins, He.dih, Disease, &c. &c. &c. &c. &c. Together with the Great Secret—Success in Life how attained—How to ilo Good—Cuuses find ERee' .ft of Error—HabiU— P:issit-ns—Woman described— Man described—Man's Errors—Rich and Poor—Sfxes—Virtue anil Vice—Youthlu! Ermrs—Woman how made delicate—Woman's Virtues, Ambitinn, &c., &c. The whole di-sigued for the nnbln purpose of improving and extending edueaiinn among-1! the jieople, impo...
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
HOVERS First Premium Writing Ink. From Dr. Hare, the celebrated Profes=or ol Chemistrv in the University of Pennsylvania. "Philadelphia, " el. 11.1843. "Dear Sir—Having tried your Ink, 1 will Ihank you to send me another bottle, as I find it to bo excellent. 1 am vonrs. trulv, "ROBERT HARE." From Dr.Locke, of Cincinnati, distinguished for his numerous scientific researches. "Medical College of Ohio, Cincinnati. January 17,1844. "Having used Mr. Hover's Writing Ink, J am satisfied that it is the best which has ever come lo toy knowledge, and especially is it excellent for the use of the Steel Pens, and will not corrode them, even in Jong use. "JOHN LOCKE, Prof. Chemistry." Hover ' s Ari.iiii.tiatinc Cement From a uell known scientific gentlemen. " Philadelphia, Feb. 27, 1S4G. "Mr. Joseph E. Hover—Sir: A use of your Cement, and some practical tests of superiority, has induced me to recommend it to others as an invaluable article for mending China, Glass or Cabinet Ware. "CAMPBELL. M...
Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
Nevir Boole-Bindery, IN THE JiOliOUGH OF YORK, TKNA'V\ The stibiJf fibers respectfully itiforui iheir friends mid the public lhat they have opened » Booli-Bitidcry & Blank Book Wancf ictoy on Main stieet, next door to the Post Oflice, in the Boioviitb f( Yovk. \vlitre they will be h.ippy tn receive onleis fur every ilescriviinn of wort in their Hue, Wiuienlar attention will be paiil to the Ruling and tlmding of every description of ISlnnk liooUs, for Bunks, Cmintv O/nces, Mercliant^i and others, and every variety of full arid lialf bot:nd Bl.n ks, New anil olif liooks, Periodicals, 1-aw lti.oks Mnr-ic, Newspapers, S:c., l'Oun-1 t»> any pattern, nnd in any ctvle ri quireil. Pajier ruled 10 pattern. rrT'Alluork ivarfanfed. CORUKT 5c Vi*YA?<T. York. Mnv 12. 1R47. SAiUUEIi W1I1TK, 3S © © IS ° JS 2 S3" S3 mm 9 r.smcAST/c/tpa.. RESPECTFl'LLY informs his old customers n Columbia, and the imMic generally, that hestill continues the Book-binding busine.s, at his &am...
Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
RAIL ROAD. Pare Reduced. rgtHE Passenger Train runs daily us follows J| _ belovv — Leaves Balttmireat 9 o'clock A. M.and arrivea at 04 o'clock P. M. Arrives st V«»rk at IS o'clock P. M.&nd leaven for Columbia at 1± o'clock, P. M. LcavvsColumbia at 2 o'clock, P. M .an.d leavei York for Baltimore at 3 ..'clock P.M. ure from Baltimore lo York, £1 50 Wrightbwlle, 2 00 Co.u-.nl'ia, 2 1SJ Ti.e Train connects at York with ^t.»aes for Harriiburg, Gettysburg, Chomliersburg, Piltsburg and Y»»lt- iipiinws. FAKE TO GETTYSBURG &. HARRISBURG The conjp.iny is authorised Uy the pro|irie' .or-* ^f the Sta^r Lint's io rec»'ivi* thc fare through trom Balti'nore to Gettysburg and Hnrrwburg. RALT1MORETO GETTYSBURG AND HAR RISBURG. Fare tliroueb tneithet place, S3. D. C. H. BORDLEY, S.iper'i. May 9—tf Ticket Office, 63 Norllt St.
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
g REMOVAL t HnHE subscriber informs the citizens of Colambff, JL ami the public generally, that he has KEMOVBi» bis Drug and Medicine Store, two doors Knst of his old stand, to the building lately occupied by Wm, Wiggins as a Sh^a Store, which he has lilted up entirety new, where he will be happy to wait on all those who may favor him wiih a call. He has received wtihtn a few days a general assort merit of ®rug& i^IfBirfjwi*, $>B5nrt ^Ittidn**, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS, and a splendid assortment of Perfumery, Brushes, &e. ?f a veiy superior quality, which he will sell wholesale or Ketatl, at greatly reduced prices. The subscriber holds himself responsible for the purity and genuineness of every article he sells, which will tie a guarantee to all against the purchase of counterfeit or worthless medicines. In conclusion, the subscriber returns his most sincere thanks for the very liberal encouragement he has received, and flitters himself by tlriot at...
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
CHEAP WATCHES &. JEWELRY, AT THE ' ¦PHILADELPHIA WATCH &JEWELY STORE," 96 NORTH SECOND ST., „ corner oi Quarry. Gold Lever Watches, fulljewelled, 18 carat. cases. $43.00 Silver Lever "Watches, full j[-welled, 23,00 Silver Lever Watches seven jewels 18,00 Silver Lepine Watcnes, jewelled, finest quality, 13,00 Superior Qunrtier Watches, 10,00 I-nitaiion Quartier Watches, 5.00 Gulil Spcetnclcs, 8,00 Fine Silver Spectarle*, 1,75 Gold Bracelets with topaz stnncs, 3,50 Ladie* Gold Pencils, 16 carats, 2,00 Gold Filler R,ngs 37 j cents, to 88—Wwcn Gl:i«s.-s, plain 12J cents, pjtent IB], Liinet 25. Otbtr articles in proportion. All goods warranted 10 be what they are sold for O COSRAD. On band, some Gold and Silver Levers, Lepines and (Juartier-r lower than the al*ovc prices. Philadelphia, April 10, 1847. ly
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
AGENCY OF THE GUAEFENBEUG VEGETABLE PILLS. rpHE subscriber is the regularly appointed agent J_ for the hale of tbc Graefeuberg Vegetable Pilla. These } ills are compounded upon tV positive and fixed laws of nature, and the fuundntion of which is in pi'rffct accordance with the ujnnions of the most emim-nt medical men. They will clenn><o and i»- vfcnftttc the stomach, frrcly purge the bowels, open the | ores, give a pleasant tem|ifraiure and lone to the ekin, oitd do all this in the gentlpFt manner, without doing' violence to Ihe system. Priro 25 cts. per box. C. WESTBROOK, Jigenl for Columbia* Columbia, May 26, 1847. Jones' * Italian Chemical Soap Is called by (he Medical .Vocietv nt Pans, "a btes<;inE*a mirivrU* and o wonder," (o cure eruptmn, dii-fiaureinent nr dri-colorn'ion of the^km. It rtirrg pimples, bloicbe*.. frpckles . p ah-rheum, pcurvv, sore-beards, sore-heads, inn sun-burn, morphr'w, and it changes :he color uf durltyellow or sunburnt skin to a ...