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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
AGZ3WCV OF CKE GRAEFEM1ERG VEGETABLE PILLS. rilHE subscriber is regularly appointed agent I for the sale of thrt Grncfenluirg Vesp-iaMe Pills. These pills are compounded upon the positive and fixed laws of nature, nnd the foundation of wliich is in perfect accordance with the opin« ions of the mesleminenl medical men. They will cteanie and invigorate the stomach, freely purgp th? bowels, open the pores, g'nc a plertsint temperature and tone to !hc skin, nnd do all this in the gentleit manner, without doing violence to the system. Price 25 cts. per box. C. WESTIJSOOK, Agent Jur Cctumlia. Columbia, May 2G. lsif. PAPER IIl.\«;iXt;. JDST received, a splendid assortment nf Parlor Hall and Chamber PAPERS & BOUDERsi comprising "»cr 800 different ilyln, many of which are of the newest and mo«t beautiful patterns, n\. ways on hand at Manufactures price at J. D. &J. WRIGHTS. Columbia, April 7, 1S47 if A CARD! Tbe subscriber respectfully announces to his friends and tbe pub...
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
ILIKPER'S CELEBRATED RAZOR POWDER, rr\HE best article ever invented for giving a fine I keen edge to a Razor, or any line instrument. To shave, or not to shave, tint's the question; Whether '«» better, on Iho whole, to suffer Th' putragcous scrapings of an eilgcle.-i razor ; Or, buy a box of Hiupkr 's Ua7.*»r Puwufh, Wherewith to set the edge?—to buy,—to use-Is* o more ;—for in its u>e we sui-fly have A sovereign lahn for all the barhcr-ous shocks The face is heir to,—tis a consummation Devoutly to be wished. To t>have;—to scrape ;—To scrape ! perchance to scream ;—ay, there's the rub; For in that horrid scrape what scroams may come , (Particularly if the face be tender,) Must give us pause. • " Who vroulJ their faces tear, And grunt, and sweat, with a villanous dull razor, When the remedy, that renders shaving pistimc, May no-* be had at \Ve*tbrook'»1 Fur want of this, Men sometimes raiher wi-ar the bpards they have Than undergo the grubbing operation. Harper's Iluz...
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
HOVER'S First Premium Writing Ink. This Ink his for a long while become established as a National article, and the following testimonials from Washington City, prove its merits to that distinction. House of Representatives. Washington City, February 24, 1843. I state that 1 have used the Ink, during the present session of Congress, manufactured by Joseph E. Hover, Esq., of Philadelphia, and 1 have found u to be an article of most excellent quality. JOHN WHITE, Speaker Ho. Rep. Patent Office, Washington, D. C February 24, 1843. Sir—Your Black Writing Ink has been used in this Office since October last, and is entirely approved. I am respectfully, J. W. HAND, Chief Clerk. Mr. Joseph E. Hover, Philad. Mover ' s Adamantine Cement The following from Bicknell's Reporter will best illustrate its value: " Mr. Hover manulactjres " Admantinc Cement" for joining broken chinaglass, &c.; we have tried the article and found it to be excellent." For sale wholesale and retail at the manuf...
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
HAMCE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF IIOARHOUND. O1X years experience has proved that for J5 the cure of uouglis, colds, consumptions, aslilnia, spitting of blood, pain and oppression of the breast; there is nothing equal to Ilance'6 Compound Syrup of Hoarhound. This medicine has now been in use for six years, during which time there has been a constant demand for it, and its popularity instead of declining, lias been always on tlie increase. During this time many new medicines have sprung up for Ihecurc ofthe above complaints, some of winch lasted only a few months, and others not as long; but Hanccs 1 Syrup has readily pone on gaining favor with all classes of society until it has now become identified by many families as a REGULAR FAMILY MEDICINE. To those who have never used the Compound Syrup of Hoarhound, this notice is particularly directed to, as to those who have once experienced its happy effects, anv praise of i!s merits would be superfluous. Price 50 cents per boltle or six bottl...
Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
flimce't SomojMriHo Ve^etaUe, or Blood Pills. For Purifying the Blood ! Baltimore, July 29,1843. ri"US is to certify, that I was afflicted with JL a violent pain in the breast and right arm, winch 1 supposed proceeded from the impure state of my blood. I was recommended to take Hance's Sarsaparilla or Blood Pills, and after taking one box, the pain was entirely removed from my breast and arm,! found them extremely gentle in their operation, and would recommend them to every person in want of a mild purgativs. Patrick Roche, No. 23 Conway street, between Howard and Eutaw. KTln purchasing these pills, let me add one word of caution, always ask for Hance's Pills, and purchase of none but those advertised as agent8,and ifcooveuienl,call and see the proprietor,lnmself. Prepared and sold by SETF1 S HANCE, 108 Baltimore. AGENTS—G. G. Claiborne, R. Williams, W. A. Leader, Columbia; J. F. Heinitsh & Son, Lancaster; Samuel Ensminger, Maoheim; Jacob Stoufler, Mt. Joy f«! Roads; Jas. ...
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
New Book-Bindery, IN THE BOROUGH OF YORK, PENN'A. The subscribers respectfully inform iheir friends and tho public that they have opened a Book-Bindery & Blank Boole Manufaetoy on Main fctreet, next door to the Post Office, in the Borough of TorK, where 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 IClank Books, for Banks, County Offices, Merchant* and others, and every variety*; full and half bonnd Blanks. New anil old Books, Periodical. Law Uoot.s. Mnsic, Newspapers . &c, bound to any pattern, nnd in any atjle required. Paper ruled lo pattern, 03"All work warranted. CORBET & WYANT York, May 12, 1847. WANTED. mWO APPRENTICES, about 15 or 16 years X of age, to learn the Cabinet Rlakinc Businest.-Applyto JOHN W SHUMaN. ' Colum&ia, Apoil 7,1847 tf
Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
CHESNUT STREET HOUSE NO. 121 CHESNUT STREET, a few noons below fourth,mirth side. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he still continues to keep the above establishment. Every pains is at all times tai.cn to render this one of the best, and, from its central situation, it is one of the most convenient Hotels in the city. His Table is furnished, at all times, wilh the choicest delicacies of the season. His WiKcsand Liquors are not surpassed by any other establishment in Ibis city. His Servants are careful,honest and obliging Terms of Boarding to suit tho times. Country Merchants and business men will find the location of the Cuf.skut St. House:, in the most business part of Philadelphia. The subscriber pledges himself that every thing in his power shall be done to give satisfaction to those who favor him with their patronage. SAMUEL. MILLER, Philad., Sept. 27.—ly Piopnelor.
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
Notice to Builders. fWniiE undersigned is appointed agent fnr 1. the Peach Bottom SLATE QUARRY, and is prepared to Slate any Roof, either of a house or Barn that may be wanted in the County, he having on band at hi* yard in Columbia, at all times, the best article of Slate and can furnish workmen o( thirty years experience. All roofs warranted not to leak il the Building does not sink or give way. Charges moderate to suit the times. JEREMIAH BROWN, Agent, for Uie Hon. Jeremiah Brown & Company. Columbia. June 12.18-17. fim sjqmjikbiSq AN application will bo mndeat Uio next Session of the General Assembly of the &taie ol Pennsylvania, for the incorporation of a Company under the name and style, or i trended name mid style of " The Columbia Savhtgs Institution," aqd designed as an ofiiLO of discount and deposit, with a capital not exceeding one hundred iliousnnd dollars, to be located in thc ~ borough of Columbia, Lancaster Counry, Pennsylvania. Columbia. June 19. 1...
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
fljar&umvc! ^avbujavc! ! fittJfc^SSI^fgjja The subscribers respcel fully cul *8$ H§&gi>£|3iS/the attention of the cinzens generally, to thuir assortment ol Hardware, Glass, Paints, Oils. CcdHT-Warc. We h«ve just rccehcil in addition to our stock, HARDWARE, CUTLERY and Building Muterials of all description, stii-h as LOO1CS, IIINGKS, SCRE1P5, NAILS and SPIKliS. <S I a £ S t: s : J Js j j .- t, PAINTS, Linseed, Sperm and Whale OILS, Bar, Rod and MIoop Iron , or all si2cs, ANVILS, VICES and BELLOW, of the best quility, all of whii.li we ofler at th<- lowest prices. Persons wishing :o purchase mil fmd it to their advantage to call at RUMPLE & IIESS'S, Coumbia, April 7, 1817—tf. Locu-t St.
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
COKUIKLBX-A. BOOH AWB STATIONERY STORE. fifgmtst C. WESTBROOK keeps con-&J. I faF s ' a "t'y on hand a large acd well QJEDESr selected assortment of MISCELLiAWKOUS BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS, of all discriplionsfrom the small pocket memorandum lo the snbstanlialls bound demy. Letter and Cap PAPER, by the ream, quire, orsingle sheet. SCHOOL BOOKS, Serials, Periodicals, Newspapers. &c. Staple and Fancy STATIONARY, Brushes Combs, Purses, Pocket Books, Toilet and Pockets Mirrors, Razor Strops, Shaving .S' oapa; Pasteboard, Ivory, Marabo and Sleel Studded FANS, and nu.nerous other articles, all of which will bo sold very low for cash. N. B. Cash paid for Ran?. Columbia, April 7, 1847.
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
Morning Train Again BETWEEN VORK, WRIGHTSVILLE AND COLUMBIA. THE President ana Directors ol the Baltimore and Susquehanna Rail Road Company having consented to continue the Morning Train between tbe above places. DJThe Car will leave Columbia Dailt, I Sundays excepted] at. 6J o'clock A. M.. arid he Train will leave Wrightsville at 6} o clock. Returning, the Train will leave York at 8 o'clock, I.M. ^^ H BORDLEy , April 17,1847. 9up't.
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
TO PRINTERS. The subscriber is now manufacturing Printing Ink of superior qunlily, nnd offers il for sale in large or small quantities, upon accommodating terms, in any instance wberc the ink sent shall nnt answer ilio description, it will be exchanged or the price refunded. A liberal disconut will be made upon large purchn»es for cosh. The News Ink is put up in kegs of 12, 15 2o 16, 30, 50 and 100 lb«. .«.-«, Book Inks in small kegs and in Ib. canisters. Colored Inks also in Ib. csnisters. KTA 20 1b. keg of the best news ink will be sent to any point of ihe Penn'a Improvements at my risk Iree ol charge, upon receipt of S5 COPAJ. VARNISH in barrels, ke™. and can-»t«s- . . „ J. H. M1FFLIN. Columom, .May 20,1847.
Id=153 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
Notice. THE Columbia Bank and Bridge Company intend to make application to the Legist*, lure of theCommonwcalfh of Pennsylvania, at their next session, for the renewal of the Banking, Dig. counting, and other privileges they possess under existing laws. The Company to be continued by the name, style and title of the Columbia Bank fcnd Bridge Company, at the Borough of Columbia, in the County of Lancaster, and State of Pensvlvani». B y order of the Board, SAMUEL SHOCH, Ca<hier Columbia, June 24ih, 1847.—6m. rpiN PLATE and SHEET IRON, of the but I brands, for sale by RUMPLE & HE8S Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
SUNDAY TRAIN. BALI IMOBE &. SUSQUEHANNA R-RThe Morning Passenger Tkain will ruD from Baltimore regularly, hereafter, on Sunay, at 9 o'clock A. M.,and Rktdrniwo will tart from Columbia at 1J P. M., Wrightsville 2 P. M., and from York at 3 o'clock, P. M., as on other days of the weefe. The mail between Baltimore and Yor<c w... -a carried by this train. No other traiD will runon Sunday. D. C. H. BORDLEY, Superintendent of Transportation. Oct 27, 1840.
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
NEW LIGHTS KAIRBANK'SBURNING FLUID. ALL you who hnve been sitting in the miiKMss and shadow of the, prtasy filthy, black fish oil, that is now being sold throughout Iheonuntry for sperm oil,are invited to call at Wrlgltt's, and purchase a pair of LAMPS and make use of one quart of the fluid sold by them, and if you are not entirely satisfied with the article, you have only lo return t:ie Lamps, and have yourmoncy refunded. Oil Lamps of every disenption altered to burn the Fluid. J.1J. .t J. »VK1GHT. Columbia, May 27, 1847.—tf
Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
Fish ! Fish! Just received at Young & Cassel's Cheap Store, Front street Columbia, Pa., Mackerel of all numbers qualities and prices, Herring, Codfish, &c, which hare been bought at first hands, aod being of tbe very finest quality, ofer inducements to the public to come and ffive them a trial. Mar. 27
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 September 1847
Baltimore and Susquehanna BAIL ROAD Fare Reduced THE Passenger Train runs daily as follows below — Leaves BaUimoreat 9 o'clock A. M.and arrives al OJ o'clock P. M. Arrives at York at 12 o'clock P. M.and leaven for Columbia at li u'dock, P. M. Leaves Columbinnt 2o'clock, P. M.and leaves York for Baltimore al 3 o'clock P. M. Pare from Baltimore to York, $1 50 U'ri s hlaville, 2 00 Columbia. 2 124 The Train connects at York wilh Stnges for Hurrisburg, Gettysburg, Chambersburg, Pittsburg and Yoil« Springs. V'AIIP. TO fiF.TTYSBIJRR Sz HARRISnTrRft The company is nuthonsed lij the proprietors ofthe Stajc Lines 10 receive the fare through from Baltimore to Gettysburg and Harrisburg. BALTIMORE TO GETTYSBURG AND HAR RISBURG. Faro through to cither place, A3. D. C. H. BORDLEY, Super't. May 9—tf Ticket Office, 63 Korth.st.
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
" SHOW YOUR TICKETS." A RAILROAD SKETCH. BY SOUTAIRE. On the rail cars between Albany and Buffalo, the conductors are frequently changed, during a single trip, and as each new one takes charge, he announces himself in office by the exclamation—"Show your tickets!" On a night trip, recently, a testy old Yankee was one of the passengers, and having exhibited his ticket to the first conductor, he carefully placed it in a well-worn pocket-book, buttoned it up in the breast pocket cf his coat, pulled his hat tigthly on his head, and folding his arms, resigned himself to the care of Morpheus. His nasal organ had scarce" ly proclaimed him in dream.Iand, before another conductor came along, with—"Show your ticketa!" The old Yankee awoke with a snort, and having been made conscious of what was wanted* he exclaimed—" I reckon you don't want tew be seein' it all the time, dew you 7" " Once will do me, sir," says the conductor. " Well, you hev seen it that offin," replied the old gent, " ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
For the Spy and Columbian. PROSCRIBE NOT THY BROTHER. BY E. F. H Proscribe not thy brother: Ills heart may be light. Though his mind may be wandering In error and night. Proscribe not thy brother . For freedom of thought Is the gem which our forefathers Fearlessly sought, When, rending the fnnd ties That bound them to home, They unmoored the frail Mayflower, Old ocean to roam;—Then though ye may differ . Proscribe not thy brother. Although He was proscribed Who said "Love one another!" Apd when the red flag Of proscription is flying, Tbe wrong may be strongest And truth may be dying. And " the land of tbe free And the home of the brsv«" Bee her stars set In blood And be liberty's grave! Proscribe not tliy brother, Whose heart may be right Though hid mtnd may be wandering In error and night! Sept. 14, 1847. THE DISOBEDIMT ONE. A NOVEL.—BV JAMKS W. WARD. CHAPTER I. —— 'Twap a rough night.—Macbeth. The storm howled horribly. The wind swelled and struggled impetuously through the fore...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
Fishing.—We have so often objected to fishing, as an amusement, and have shuddered so sincerely us our friends recounted their exploits in this line, that we were rather pleased to meet, in the " Youth's Cabinet," a most capital, sensible, lively little periodical, for children, edited by our correspondent, the Rev. F. C. Woodworth, a defence of the art, less quaint and recondite, certainly, than the logic of Izaak Walton, but home-put and applicable. " This business of fishing, once in a while, is not h. very disagreeable employment to me. I like it. What is the use of iniucing the mailer 7 I do take not a little delight in introduc, ing a mammoth black-fish, for instance, to a new element. It has been objected, that the fish themselves arc not parli.il to these introductions. Very like. Uut if (hey should happen to escape the fisherman, they would probably fall into the jaws of some greedy (hark or other. Besides, it is a part of their business to thin out the ranks of the small...