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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
Oldest Chcbcii.—In Hmgirun, Mi^s., they have the oldest inhabilsblo durch in Xcr '.n Amines. There arc the ruins of one in- JumcMown, [\'a.) which i* older than this, but this is the oltlist now i occupied in ihc couatrv. It was built one hundred ! and sixty ^cars apo, and in it i^ *-omo of the limbe r of the church buili by tho first sctLlcrs in 1 03j or C. It is perfectly nound, and almost as Lard as iron. A Dark Clvuse.—The Constitutional Convcnof "UlinoiR have adopted, by a large majority, the foliowios amendment to the Constitution of that State: " The Lcgislaiurc shall pisi l^ws with adequate ponaliicd, preventing Ihc intermarriage of whites and Macks, nnd no colored person shall over, ttndcr anj pretcs*, hold any office of profit or honor n thi§ State."*
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
Taylok Mass .M;:rTJM™,, — "We see by the ptpci. that a mass meeting of l!ic friend** of (ii ' n. Tuyhji is to be licld al Il.irrUburg, on uc^t Friday, llie 2 ill, mat,, and we ha'.c been n-qu-j'-teil to stale tlr.it tlit "are on the rai'rutul and can il will be icd.jrcd one iialf the usual price, thai all dispnseil to attend ¦nay do so at a small c;:pcn^c. There \\ il*. be u "ine turn-out from thir place, we unrJcrsUnt:.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
WELCH'S NATIONAL CTRCUS! FROM THEOL YMPIANAMt'HITHEATRE PHILADELPHIA. TINS splendid equestrian company composed entirely of STAR PERFORMERS, will exhibit under their splendid Water Proof PavilUon, cominndioiirily furnished for the comfortable reception of 3U00 persons, at Columbia, on Saturday O»clobcrQnd—afternoon and cvunin;r—admission,25 els. Independent of Willis's celebrated Brass Band ^ Ihc company will be s»luted, on their arrival, by Mr. WalUce's String Band, playing airs from tlio most [topular Operas. Tn the evening the pavilion will be illuminated by the patent nylvic Gas, invented by B. F. C iston, Esq. of the Uuiu-d St.ites Navy Department, Washington. It is entire!}* a new method, giving a. supen or li ^ ht; Ircc from all nausrous effluvia * the. fault of all other attempts, ami c;!stin»f a ligiit scarce^' Io->s brillianL than the no>mduy sun. Constituting the cutnpnny will be luunj Mr. J. G. Cadwallader, who will ride his much admired acta of the R...
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
WOOD AM) PAPER TAI'EKS. S ' ~J IX months Wood and Paper Tapcrp. For sale at se|.tll'.|7-!r LEADER'S. ULAOK IMC. SCTEXIOU Congress Elaclc, Bine and Kerf Ink. For sale at LEADF.IVS. soptir-i7-tf IUJ NT'S I.I NIMF.NT IS the only remedy that enn to relied on for the ppeedv and permanent cure of rheumatism, spinal afi^rtiou0, pain in the ude, b.iclc. «.te , &.c. For sale only at \V. A. LEADER'S. sejjtl I"J7—If Estate of Samuel Piorson, Boccascc. T E'i"/'E1JS of Administration on the cslate ol' \j Samuel Pc.irson, late of the bort'tijrh of Co. Intnliia, Lancaster county, (tactased, hnvtng been grnntcd to the sub--criher, residing in said borough, nil per. ' .nns indebted to the said cst.ite, .ire requeued In tna(,c irniiicdi.iTc paytneninnd tho«e having el lii'i" lo p^e^cnt them dulv nuthrnlir ilud to tlic undersigned. ELIZABETH PIERSON, Si'p'. 11, 1S17.—6t Administratrix. ITr^TRI) lrnrncili.itfly, Ibrce or four 7 V Journeymen Tailors. None but tho best V.' 'orkmcn need ap;;ly...
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
PHILI? aOSSIiEiR, ATTORNEY AT LAAV. Columbia, Lincaetcr county, Pcnn'a. "TXT^I LL jiractire in the sciejal Cuuita of j \ I«a:ica-itt*r ind York c*">uniiLS. Office. — In V> 'alnut Mrcct, adjoininc the W.isinnst.in Hotel. Mar 6, iSlT. DOCT. ^11. S. M'CORKLE. OFriCE—South East corner of Locust and Second street. Boar.ling Homo—irith Mrs. Sivarlz,2 doors below tiis Into rtsi.lpncc. (,'olumbu, April 7, 1847.—tf SEW STV'I.E COMBS. rp r !OSE nc;v slyle Pol ka Comhs can 'unv 1 be bad at rKY i: SPANGLCR'S. Columbia. Aiis- 7. 1847.—tf GIMPS AND FRINGKS. BLACK SILK ai:d Mobair Fringes aud Gitnps, fur bale clicnp at ?fiV (c SPANGLER'S Columbia, Aui 7, lblT.—tf «oiiE'ffa3ix« " ivsw. J'UST receM'fd n second supplv of \VAL1C-1XG CASK L'MBIlELLAS.aliandsome and useful article, whicii *.vill be -o!tl ;iL the manuLmturcr's rotr.il price:. Call and «re tbcm al J. U. ic J. WU1 GUT'S. nul-2'47-tf. JOH NSOX'S Super. K-cen'Ml W»1ivji Oil Militiiry Sliavinc Soaii, suncucir to all otlicr= ...
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
BOOK BErJDIStfCr. BINDING orders left at tbc Columbia Douk Store will receive prompt attention. Columbia, .May IP, 1.S47. To CaapeKSci'S. TUST receiver! a splendid assortment ot I'l.UN- - . liBADS. SAWS. HATCKrS URACES, BITS and <'I1 ISril.S. at reduced pricis by JiUMPLE & HESS. Columbia. April 7. JS-i ".—If I> .\RA?OLETTS, &c. Anew supply just onencd and for salo very etienp :it. WRIGHTS. Columbia June 23. IS 17.—tf LAUNDr. V Star.li Polish, for prrp.w Ing s'ar, li v^ it!> u: the M'.iiti-1 '! > i * a;i\- gi • .i-y subsl .rice, si lid tor pnidU'-inu ' a bulharit pusriy glnss nn tiic linen. S.ild only " by H. WILLIAMS. aaSl'IT-tf. GonJlcmoK's Summer Wear! ( ~ 1OMPRlf-lSG Casbmcrclls Crolon and V^ 'Suniinmer Clolbsarul C>Assinierfc ; suncrlinc plnm and fancy wbile r)rirnn<;s. S.itinrirocade and ^inrseilles Vesting, ic. Uc. ut reduced prices. }. D. S- J. WRIGHT. Coliimbii. June 23. IS 17.—tf .LA to ,*j ^ a ->->...
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
Tho-jo Who have been Deceived With MOCK PRETENDED HAIR PREPARATIONS Should rra<l the foilawin «• sl<ilt7nenta of rcsprclablc persons, MR. Abraham Vanrferbeck, of Avenuo S8 D. iVew Vor'c, rertifies that his head was entirely bald on (lie top, and by the use of two 3s. bottles nf jones 1 cor.vl. sii-in. nE^TortATiYH:. he has a ;:ood crop of hair, and will soon have it Ion;;, lluclc and luxuriant. Mr. W ili.t am Jackson,of 89 Libertv street, Pitlshurp. certifies : On the 3d of February, 18-17, that Mr. Thomas JacUson's head on the lop, was entirely bald for fifteen years, and that bv using two 3s. bottles of .lones' Coral Hair Restorative, the hair is crowing fast, thick and healthy. He expects by using this a little longer to have a better head of hair than be ever had. To those tchese hair is pray, or falling off andiccul; ol the roots; I hcreb\ certify that my hair was turning gray and falling o(T". and that since I have used Jones' Co»*al Hair Restorative it lias en...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
G-roceries. L FULIj supply of Frc«h Family Groceries at FRV & SPANGLEFC'S. Columbia, Sept. IS, 1847—tt I^UESII SHAD juM . cc.veil at "* YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50. septll'47-tf 4 Fresh supply of o ' .ls pi^t received nt J\_ YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. SO. ecp!ll'47-tf A New f upply of Taitnn and Monterey Tlaida f\ for l.tdie;,' wear, Just received at scplll'47-tf YOUNG &. CASSEL'S No. 50. rpHK newest and best styles of Gimpa and _L Frinjre-*, just received at scpll 1'47-tt' YOUNG &. CASSEL'S No. 50. F RESH MACKEREL at YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50. scpHlM7-tr OOV CIDER V1XEGAR at YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50. septll'47-tf UPO?17"S bent Eaff lc Powder at YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50. scptll'47-tf S ILK warp, lustre Plaid and 6tripod Alpaccask, iust received at septl 1'47-tf YOUNG & CASSEL'S No. 50. O ~ RLEANS LUSTRE at YOUNG &. CASSEL'S No. 50. sepHl'47-tf ATTEND TO YOUR COUGH. TUST received n fresh supply of Wislcr's Bals. ...
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
NEW FALL GOODS rT^HE subscrihers have just received their supply J_ Full and Winter, Foreign and Domestic J^ry Goods, to winch they invite the attention of th^ir friends and the public generally. C&9XH3, CASSIHCTEK.ES, &c. Thoir stock consists of superior French, and English Black. Blur, Brown, .Mixed, and Olive CfulIiB; pbin and Fancy Cassimcrs, Saltiuels, TwcedB, Jcnns; Velvet and other Vlistings. Grv du Rhine, Swiss and Mattccna Dress Silks. ALPACAS.—Plain, PljiJ, and Striped, at 18, 25, 31, 37, 50 ct!s &c. Englisli, Ccrinan, and French Merinocs; Plain Paris Cashmeres and Bo Laincs, Lama and Tiirlcr Plaids. French, EarUton and Manchester Ginghams; Prints of every style and price; Plain und Plaid Linpcys; Tupcr Gauze and ollicc Whiteand colored Flannels. SHIRTINGS.—Three quarters, four quarters, five quarters, six quarters and ten quarters Bleached and Brown Shccli.igs, Blankets,Tickings, Checks, Doeskins, &c. A eplendid assortment of Trimming...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
CHEAT OIL STORE, PHILADELPHIA. KIBGWAY & KEEKLE, 37 TvortSk VVliarve^, beloiv Hjtcc St , OFFER for sale n( tile lowest prices, all llic articles of the Oil Tr.itJe. Their stock in varied uiKi u-vifliiivc, and ilicy lee] cntilidcnt o( c lvlrl fl "¦antlaciion 10 those wliu call. Thry have now on lurnlrure S;.crM, Oi! U hue Suiter am! F.'MO.'.s of diCi'. ;n' . einaiiiiL-i. Po'arOil. \\ inior-nrp° cnJ Lnrd Ol ' . Wriier tj'evhari1 and \V hn!e Oil". Hifinfd Rrirlied and CninDinn Whnlc Oil. Trtnnnrs' Ull? Sprrm C^ndlra, Guano &c, &c riiiliiiU-l-.ihia Aukii«.i1I 1"I7.—2 n. ^'. i: — Ml cimhK tlcl.xr-rii in (irpt tr>'c nrHfr. », //. HULL'S CompoumExtnr! of Sar-a-±\-. P»nll* f»" sale by R. WILLIAMS. jiiU'IJ If DOC TOR TO W.WSEX 'S Compound Ezlutct of SarstiputiUn m-vcr (ails to er.i'licdte entui'U .ill slic i Ik J c;s of mer-uiy, u.fiintoly sooiut ; inn an\ oilier mcdicim 1 , n.Rl.t sucat-, ncrv.>ulifbility, niTvnns co^nplainia of «!1 kinds,neurali-^ ...
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
The Ladies* Faith in Radtcmfs Chinese Medicated Soap. " I kn'iw m-, face i» -iidly FpreeKled With plmpleo, t.in, nun burn, nn.1 freckle*. Erysipelas, pcurvy and sail rhcuia Upon my cuticle a«nmn To rcicn « ith full authority. These Mrmiithe* I ixinn « ill cure And make my nkln b-ilb fair and pure. By a poap of cuprrinr quality. The ioap I've fipokt-n <*f, a« hare p«taif*d. In Had nay's Chinese MediCdled, Tor inilet pnrposca *ns paid To be li'-tier ilinn fitij other nia.Ie i Sonnw my frit'ndn 1 will buy A cake of Radwuy's nn:ip and try." The lady fiir she spoke the truth She found Ihe FOip the friend uf yoillh . And beauty once more took if jilacu And shnnc with futh up-m \u-z f<icc, Bhe ever after lU'ld her hope In Ridivay*9 Medicitcd Soap. \xr womlcrfiil rir^rts tn fppedity rrmovintr tan, sunburn, pimp!*** , hlotcliL's, pn'tulfs, bni-s of niuptrinnes Cett^r.&c, unftetunc. pnrlfv'inc anrf clc:in*.in2 thefkrn from all nupuritie!:, *md adding lic^ut> to ...
Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
TONES' SOLUTION OF JET, an instantaneous liquid human hair Dye, fur dyeing liulif, red. or grey hair permanently a brown or jet blaclc color. Full and copious direotions enclosed, ^old at the siyn ot (lie American Eagle. No. 8°. ('album Street. New York. Price Kl) cents. 51 or ?l,f.O per bottle. Sold by Aug. 7,1847-G.n R. WILLIAMS. " More BJ r",2if. " T A MI'S.—Oil, Lar.l an.l C.imp'iino Stnnd j Laa.ps, llint;in£ and Si-le rio For sale by UCMPLE&HESS. Cou'tn' tn April 7. 1S17.—tl EH;::: Jt:;;, £" .:$£, '$L-r,'.f- cr.S ©:!g. yirETHEUELL ,t BROTHER'S Pure While > Y Lia-i, r.iint<. Luis..'dan I Sperm Oil, Varrtshi's, Ola-=s tVc. For sale al low pii.-rs, nt the llai.Kv.irc :5w-e ot .1. W. CO 1'TRELL. Columbia, M i> "B, 1»47—tf " Men cry peace ! peace! when there is no peace /" ff^M K ^\'ar 1 lias actually begun, but " Gen-J Tavior never Mirrenders," neither docs the fiev. It. Ilibhird's Vegetab'e Universal Pills when they tmke a charge upon Bilioos. Intern...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
Dvs?t.rsiA.— This distressing complaint is a weakness of the rJigr-aiive or;an*( ami like every oilier disease, i<i earned l>y impurity of the tilnofl. Tlie g.ialric Jutcft. a fluid peculiar to the stnmacli, when fccrrletl from b-id blood, ia deficient in titn^e wondcrrnl solvent iirtmrrties v.hicti ore ofmicli viinl impnrtnnce to digestion. Consequently, the food, instead of heinp Pprpitily dissolved, often he con'cs ntipotnldy f posted or puinfi<*d in ihc wtomncli; htMicn, fj.ui brc.iih. sour belching, cosuvenpRS, pains in the fctnmnch, colir, dvacnicry, chulera niorbus, and other dreadful complaints. Wright's Iiiilian Vegetable Pills nre a certain cure for PyF|irppia, because Uiey cleant-e ihe stoinnch and bowels from all bilious humors, and purify the blond- Four or five of caid Pill.*, taken m ntfilit on fioinji to bed, will in c.lsi'S pjvc •fnnte relief, and if continued for a short lime. wiH not only make n perfect cure of Dyspepsia, but will assuredly ...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
l'or Total since OFFICES. July, 30Ui Nov., 1647. 184G. Easton, 17,942 52 92,204 54 New Hope, 1,091 Dl 5,269 33 Bristol, 2,G2U U3 15,758 59 Philadelphia, 42,5111 18 251,082 2G Puoli, 1,378 52 31,164 21 Parkcsburg, 1,434 73 24,038 D4 Lancaster, 1, <)3'J 92 46,498 74 Columbia, 31,726 21 200,074 99 Portsmouth, 1,420 44 8,215 6 4 Harrisburg, 1,885 35 15,930 40 Newport, 2G2 84 4,014 0i] L'awistow-n, SI I 77 13,155 07 Hunting-don, 535 26 10,919 47 Hollidaysburg, 20,842 40 114,446 16 Johnstown, VJ t Gl6 02 131,513 75 Blairsville, l .COD 88 11,084 98 Freepcrt, 309 3G 3.415 30 Pittsburgh 14,972 33 113.069 68 Dunnsburg, 1,808 61 14,281 18 Willumsport, 895 G7 7,080 G5 Northumberland, 4,742 23 33,353 41 Berwick, 20,(t50 HI 72,2.»0 30 Liverpool, • 932 25 7,753 SG Schnylkill Viaduct, 37 05 2flfi 25 Portsmouth Outlet Lock, 16 00 1,223 27 Swotora Aqueduct Bridge, 21 41 321 93 Duncan's Island Bridge, 195 G3 2,120 41
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
V^ANTEI).—An Apprrniicc to tlie TAI-»V I-OR1NG BUSIXEXS. •lulylO-if JOHN" JORDAN. "" Eia&.is^.re^isr&s. TAMP1CO. Madras and C.pfi Hool SKINS. Dressed and Undressed Morocco, Kid. Lining and Binding SKINS,always on band at llio very lowest prices. J. D. <t J. WRIGtlT Columbi.1. April 7, 1347.—tf A NTI-AGUE MIXTURE. A iv»i>onlcd cure for lever and aiiuc. For >ilc by R. WILLIAMS. N. B— There is none genuine but that sol.l by R. Willhms. auai'47-tf. XTOTISS. LETTERS of sdminisiration on the estate of Mn«CH Brown, la(e of the Borough nf Columbia. dpc<> ncd, hnving bi-on granted to the sub. s.-nber rrsidinp in the said borough, nil per? >n« indebted to said estate are rrqucsted to make ioimcilisto payment, and those havini demands acainst ir will preiient them £jr settlement t.> Ave. M, 1847—«. MARY BROWV.
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
FIRE! FIRE !! FIRE!!! Oltli'S CEIEBRATEB CJ. TYNDALE. ?Co. 97, Soiilh Second . Slreel, Plnladulplun, wishes to inform Ins friends and the public uencrally, llial lie slillrontinuM tom-jnufaclureaniJ sell the genuine Air-Tiylit 8luvt,Milh the latest inipravements. After manv year? experience in the manufacture of these Stoves, he is now enabled to ofi'er to his customers the Atr-Ti£hl Stove-) with ovens, suitable for dining rooms or nurseries. He has also tlie Air-Ti«lil Stove, on the Radiator plan, whieh inaltes a splendid and economical parlor Stove, to which lie would call the particular attention of those h ho want an elegant and useful ailiclc for their parlors. Also, a larj:e assortment of Coal, Parlor and Cooking Stoves. All of which lie will soli at the lowest Cnth prices. The public would da well to c.ill hefoie purchasing elsewhere. iCTMr. T. would Caution the public against Air-Ti^ ' it Stuves,madc by tnost Stove makers, as ihey do not answer the purpose uUended. Columbi...
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
b. i-:. aiooitc. j. n. hisdqx. HIOORE & RI^DO^, IC321SSA1TT TAILOP.S, No. 70 South Third Strctt, neaily opposite the Exchange i Philtidtlphia, "OESPECTFULLY nnnmincu tu their friends \_\ j and the pulilic that the}* arc constantly prep.irt'd io unit? ~ .o order, ot ihn tiriest ntid best rnaicri.i'1 * , and ai iii<nlcrin« [jticps, evci v 'iriiele of r<ishi.niaii!c Ci'jil* ni; constiiuiui£ a Gt'inlnia'i's \' * 'nrdr'il)c, fur v\lnch their cotnjiletu stoi-U nfcli'»:cr Hud c.i: ^IdIIv selected Cl "Ii3. trji-Hiuu*rL"*, Yi's-tutH" i?cc, of ilie li'cjt and moal desirable paticrnp, aie j .ir.RM'ai ly dcdiiin^d. Thf.ir o^ n ptjciu-al knowledge of the business and a |>t:r?t»ni! nmimiiMi 'o every uanneni, enacts ilium to iiivti emiro fcaii*-fnciion, ai.d to buth old and Hiiv.- cn--Hinier-» they rfcspecifully an to tfive them u cnll. Having been tor y* iars connected with ponic of iSt 1 best ami most 'abiiionab'.ecsuiljltfhiiirnis *n lid? cmititry, ernpioyi.'ijj n...
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
CIIA.K1.1ES STAKES' GLOBE HALL OF FASHION, No. 2DG, Market Street, Philadelphia. CT,OTHIXG-A nrc«s?nry and useful a'tirlc ; it well hrcomes e^ err one who buy- it, bi'furr ptirclia^inj to look and m-c vvlieri* it can be boui*!it cheap'st, 1 am fatUficl (and reader, jou will be) it " you favor me wuh a r.ill atul look over my sii'ck <'f gncxU jom will not only buy yourself but tt'll your fru'inis wIutc CHEAP CLOTHING con or ii.id an-l they will do the same. If ynu come to the Globe Hill of Fashion an! <lo n>-t find coodsiwentv per i entcheaprr than .itani store in tlic city I thin!; you «ill fay Geiu'rnl Taj lor never'whij'ped ihe Mexicans ! 1 thinli he never done anything else. KrA full stocl: of rlothirg sui'r.l for tincountry trado, which rnrrchams and others are particularly inviiccJ !¦> cvrmini'. CHAP.I.F.S STORES, No. 296, Market St.. 3rd d >or b-low Ninth. Philad-li.hia, AiiS'ist 23, 1817.—3rn.
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 18 September 1847
Stovesi Stoves. TTTOnD, COAL, & COOKING STOVES. y y of the latest rind most approved patterns. Also, Radiator and other improved patterns of Parlor Stoves. For sale at reduced prices, at the Hardware Store of J. W. COTTRELL,. The highest price will bo paid for Old Castings, Fla\ seed. Cloversccd.Timothy seed, &c Columbia, aug. 21. 1837,—3m REMOVAL. 11* THE subsrriber would inform his friends <3S&ind the public Generally, that he has removed to No S. S'-hrencr's Row, between Barr'sand Black's Hotel, Front Street, where he will cuntinue m keep an client assortiwnt of Beaver, Otter, Fur. Silk, and N"tna HATS, and als.', n Iirge a^sOItmant of CAPS, all of which he will take pleasure in showing to those who fjvor him with a call. Don't forget—Schreiner's Row, No. 2. before purchasing elswber; bs 1 am determined to sell cheap. W&I. TEMPLEColumbia, Aug. 31, 18-17.—tf