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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
RICH CALIFORNIA PLAID CHINTZES—warranted fast colors, only 12J rents; together with the largest assortment of Calicoes in Lancaster, at Ihe BEE HIVE, North Quppn streer. Lancaster. Fresh Groceries. Just re-:eivpd by the subscribers, a full assortmem of Groceries, such as Coffees, Teas, Sugars. Molasses, Sail, Cheese, <tc, irlj/chara warranted fresh and will he sold cheap. March 27,1847. YOUNG & CABSEL.. SPLENDID LAWNS.—Another supply of splendid Lawrw—pink, blue and bud—warranted real madder colors, at very reduced prices, iust received and for sale at the BEE HIVE, N. Queen st.. Lancaster. HOSIERYGLOVES, and HDKFS—New Bonnet Ribbons &c. just rre'd, very cheap at the HER HiVE. N. Queen s<. LADIES Berege scarfs—Ladies Summer Shawls—new s ooii received every week at North Queen st. Lancaster,
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
CHESNUT STREET HOUSE >O. 121 CHESA'UT STREET, [ A FEW DOORS BELOW FOURTH,NORTH SIDE. The subscriber respectfully informs liis friends and tlie public in general,thai lie stil continues to keep the above establishment. Ev^ry pnins is at all limes taUen to render this one of the t»esi,aml, from its central situation, it is otic uf the most convenient Hotels in the cily. His Table is furnished, at all times, with the choicest delicacies of the season. ilis VV ines and Ijiquors are not surpassed by any other establishment in this city. His Servants arc carcTul,honestand obliging Terms of Boarding to suit tlie limes. Country Merchants and business men will find the location of the Chesmit St. House, in the most business part of Philadelphia. The subscriber pledges himself that every thin^ in his power shall bo done lo give salisfar.tion lo those who favor him with their patronage. SAMUEL MILLER, Ptiilad., Sept. 37.—ly Pioprielor.
Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
CLOTHING, CLOTHING JOSfiFJB J. IT1OORB, 254 MARKET ST., PHILADELPHIA. THE SU ESC RIBEH of tlie late firm of Buck & Mooretakes this method of informin^ his friends and the public in general, that, he has bought out the interest of S. f>. Buck at the old established CLOTHING STAND, iS 'o. 254 Market street, Philadelphia. ?nd is now prepared tofurmshall kinds of I1EADVIMADE clnlhinjr. at prices whicli cannot but secure to him the patronage of all who wish to purchase CUKAP Clotl'ing. ] have splendid French Cloth Dress and Frock (.'oats, from •?5,50 to ?18, <lo. Pants, from 75 cents to it; Vests, from 62} cents to ?4 ; suit of Summer Clolhinj; for ?J,25. Also all kinds of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods at extremely low prices. DCrWliiilosalc dealers in Clothing would do well to call at the store of JOSEPH J. MOORE, MayS-2-t se2G.] 25-1 Market st. Phil.
Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
WJitie Teeth, Sweet Breath, Healthy Gums, %i To be had by using a pot of JONEs' AMBE3. TOCTS P^STE. Render, you have only to use (his once, to be dcliaUicd, and u> pronounce n the' most beautiful arncle t-'vur nuule lor tliu jjurpose. Yellow mid unheullhy leeili, after heinff once or twice cleontd wiih ilie Amber Tooih I*asic» have ihe appearance ol the most benunlul ivory; and ot rlee sunie lime, it is so perfectly innficen ' t a d pxquisi'aly fine, that its consipnr dnily use is liiglily advantaseuua, even lo ibose iceili thai are m pood cmjdmon, Hwin« them a beautitvil pnUsh nnd jvrevennus aprcimuure decay. Tluipe already decoypd it preveriid Irmu becoming worse; it aUo fastens Filch as arfc loose, and uy (iers<jvt j rencc it will render the fnuiost teeih delicately *hiie. and make the breaih dchciously sweat. For sale nt Scni 19 R. \\ ILIJA.MS'.
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
NEW JjPKIJN'G OAUPETJMtS GKTEL, HARTA1VDGILBEUT, ZVeic York Start, JKwth Queen Street ^ near the Court /fausC i Lancaster ^ HaVD received by latD arrivals, a largo and lieassortment of Ihc follnwing Cheap Carptiinjrs: R.ich 3 ply, paiterns nnd designs entirely new, ncver bclbrc offered in this country. Double super, super and extra firm do. Damask, HoyalTwillyiJ and Plain Venetian. 5-S 3-4 and 1.4 Coiton Ingrain and V«nctian, from 12i to 311 pcry.ii'i Window Shade*, Table nnd Piano covers. Drugcits, Ruis, ^ IaL«» vStc. Arc. Also heavy Oil Clothsfrom 3.4 to 7-4 wide, togcth cr with a lar^c lot of CHEAP GOODS, suitable for tliu season to which particular attention is rolled. Lancaster, March 9, 1817*
Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
JONES' Coral Hail* Restorative. Iis posinvD and real qunlittes are io torciMhe bunmn ba»r mjjrow on any pan where nnturemtended hair to ijrow, lo slop it ' ailing ofl; io (rt>e and cure the srnlp of gcurl or dm id ru IT; ami to moke Imlit, red or crey hair grow dark, naturally, from ihe roois. For (Jres-sint; ihe hair, :t inaku iini>h. nmgh or dry nair by one appticaliitn. aof:, line, clean, silky and beautilnt, ihrice as long as any other preparation. For sale liy Sep 19 U. VVILUAMS. XJASSE VTS Rrmcdy for the PILES, a *afound JJi'flcclual cure for the Piles, if used ncotding to dipctjons. For enl* hy R. WILLIAMS. Columbia, April 7,1847.—tf XTO. 1. 2 & 3 Mackerel, fnr #a!e ol _[\ W. & S. PATTOiVS Cash Store. Columbia, May 26 , 1847.—tf
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
SSJJ\DAY TRAIN. BAI/J (MORE & SUSQUEHANNA K.R. The Morning Passenger Train will run from Baltimore regularly, hereafter, on Sunay, at 9 o'clock A. M.,and Returning will tart from Columbia at 1J P. M., VVrightsville 2 P. M., and from York at 3 o'clock. P. M., as on o'her days of the week. The mail betM-een Baltimore and Yor» r^l.': ha carried by this train. No other train will rnnon Sunday-D. C. H. BORDLEY, Superintendent of Transportation. Oct 27, 1846. Baltimore and Susquehanna
Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
IinRR WE COMB AGAIN! Spring *V ^unuiu'r Fasliions. JUST arrived, and as the character of a nation is known by iis costumo, lie invites all in want of first rate fitting- jjnrmenis to call at his Fashionable Tailoring Kstahlihlimene, in Locust «tr-eet, opp».s!te Messrs. Ilaldemsn & Co's. Store, where they can huvr their wishes realized, for he is dplermined lo sp»rt no pains in making un at! Icuuls of garments according lo the prevailing fashions of theday. JOHN JOUOAN. J. J. desires to express his thanks io his customers ccnerally, far their liberal patronage, and hopes bv a close attention to business aod vt desire to pfease to merit a continuance of the same. Columbia, March 20, 15-17. tf
Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
Oils, Oils. Sperm. Whale, Fish and Pine Oil of the rerv best quality, always kept on hand Young &• Casski/s Cheap Cash Store, Mar 27 QTRAIIVS Improved Perfumed Sand Bolls Tor io cleansing, whitening nnd beautifying the hands, 10 previ-nt chopping renderirijr the skin soft and l>linWi>. Pur sule by R. WILLIAMS. Columbia. April 7, 1847.—If viw& smsxa&tL rp\MPICO, M,,lrB, nni] tTajie Bnnt SKINS, jL Drpsse.l ami rfmirrwd Morocco, Kiil, Lining and Binding SKINS,' alwayi. on hand «i (lie »ery lowest price? . J. D. & J. WEIGHT. Columbia, April 7, 1817. tf
Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
CHEAP WATGH£S 27ie Cheapest Gold and Silver WATCHES IIS PHILADELPHIA. iSUl^^ pglESr* LEWIS LADOMUS, O(feis For Sale, Onli! Lever, full jew tiled *U>nC Silver iio ilo 2.1.Of t;<iUI r.cpines do 30 00 silver <lo do J5.0C Sivrr Qnnriior*. fine (jiiftlity ifl.Ot Until Wnii h»*s- plAin l-'.M Silver Spectacles J-7S (Jnltt Pencil* 2 0C Gold ilractilcW 4 . 0C ALSO: On daud n tnrpe fiRportuietit of (Joldand Hair Brncplelp, Pm«i*r Rinc-.Itre:isi !»„,«Hoop Knr Ilmpi. Gold Pens. Silvt-r Sprnin<=, Sugar Tories. Tfiiinblr-.* ., Uolil Nfcrh Curb and Felt Chains, Riririi Keys, and Jewelry oftjve-* *3™ All kinds nr W'.itr lit"- and CtncKs repaired nnd \v.irr:intt!<l m k*>fip jjnoj time for one year. Old On Id mid Silver tinuctii or inkcn in f\rlinnap * fur sale eight tiny and llurU lionr bra«e Cinch's at lkivis ladomus' Waxrli, ri.ick mid Jpwptry Store. No. -1)32 Market street, above litlt, Nonli «idt l, I'lnladflpltin. "N. H. 1 have som« Gold a tut Sil...
Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
JYOTMCE ISalt. As Susq. Rail Road. On and after Thursday, ihc 37ih instant, the EVENING PASSENGER TRAIN, which starts from Baltimore nt 3 o'clock, will run thnutjh tn WrigliUville, where it will arrive at S o'clock P. M. RETURNING This train nil) leave Wriuhtville daily, [Sundays exrepled,] at 4 o'cluck, A. M. and will arrive at Baltimore nt 9 oVIotk. This arnnuement will enable the citizens of Wright-ville. Columbia and neighborhood, to visit BrtU'tnoie and return the R»me day, having six hours in Baltimore fur pleasure or business. D. C. H. BORDLEY, May 29.1S47. Sup't Transportation.
Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 17 July 1847
MorningTrain Again. im&tftwi -m unuzzmm .cess* . l ^- tngy^W Ptfj-^-^p* -^W ga •HjfegW- BETWEEN \ORK, WRIGHTSVILLE AND COLUMBIA THE President and Directors of the Baltimore and Susquehanna Kail Road Company having? consented to continue the Morning Train between the above places. ICTTlie Car will leave Columbia Daily, [Sundays excepted] at 6j o'clock A.M.. and the Train if ill leave VVrinhtsville at 6J o'clock. Returning, the Train will leave York at 8 o'clock, A. M D.C.H.BORDLEY, April 17, 1847. Sop't jz
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847
UNIVERSAL FAME BY J. K. FAULD1NG. ¦ It is amazing to observe how little mankind know of each other, although the vanity of human nature whispers to every distinguished person, thai his fame is, or will one day be universal. The myriads of Asia and Africa, with a few solitary exceptions, never heard of the illustrious heroes statesmen, poets, and philosophers of Europe ; anc a vast portion of the inhabitants of the latter, are ignorant of the very names of the great men 01 the cast. But instead of an essay, we wilt give out readers a story to illustrate .our meaning. , It happened once on a time, that an Israelite, an Egyptian, a Greek, a Turk, a Persian, a Chinese, a Frenchman, an Englishman, a German, an Italian, and an American, met by chance at a caravansary, somewhere in the east, and being all great travellers, speaking many languages, entered into conversation with each other. As usual, they all differed in their estimate of human happiness; the comparative value of thev...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847
WASHINGTON. There seems to he something- in the very name of this illustrious individual, that every American seems instinctively, as if were, taught to venerate, inasmuch as every incident of his life is becoming more and mare interesting as time gradually is gaining space from his life time to the present moment I was seated the other afternoon, enjoying a cigar, at the Maspeth Hotel, when a plain, welldressed elderly man drew a chair towards me, and seeing me so much at leasuxe, evinced a disposition to enter into a conversation with me; when lobserved— : ' Well, friend, it appears from all accounts our new President has left us.' -'Yes, sir, so it seems—and on so short notice,' he replied. 4 He was quite an aged man—not so old as myself by several years. Were you in this country during the Revolution, sir V ' Oh,yes sir; I was born in this country, thank God. 1 • Then, sir, you must have some recollection, but I was too young to enter the service at the time.' ' And where were...
Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847
Too Goon Lookixo fob Seiivice.—Ono of the boys whuts jest cum home from Mexico was tellin a crowd of Cellars tother crenin about the war, and how he fit at Mountcray— "Thunder!" ses he, " you may talk about your yeathquakes and sieh, but 1 can tell you what boys, one real, genewine scrimmage like wo bad at. Mounfcray, is worth all the fourth of Julys that ever was nocked into one. Ther aint nothin in creation like r it. Gctlin tile on brandy smashes makes a man feel pretty considerable elevated far a while—its very inspirin to a man of an active imagination. But if you want to feel taller than a shot-tower, bigger than a elefant, and stronger than a jock ass—if you want to feel like you could, pull up a tree by the roots and sweep all creation intokingdom cum with the hrushy end.— if you want to sec further, hear better, and holler louder, jump higher, and step further and quicker than you ever-did in your life;—all you've got ta .do is jest to take a hand with old Zack at them in...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847
' Too Goon to be lost.—We find the following cmusing incident on the Baton Rouge (La.) Conservator of the 30th ult.:— ' •' '-' " "One tall volunteer from the pine lands of Alabama was uhappy for the want of omploymeut; he sauntered along for " something to do r " when it occurred to him that he might, as lie.expressed it, ' takes a good wash." He was a tall lank fellow with a sbockey head of dry grassy hair hanging down to his shoulders. With a deliberation consistentwith on idle sea voyage, he.commenced rubbing the turpentine soap of the ship into his hair and skin with commendibte vehemence. Ho had cause to take a great deal of pains, for be observed (o himself "that he had an acre of barrack mud on him." It must be observed, that all this while, the vessel was blowing further out into the sea, and by the time tho " Alabamian rose" and soaped himself the Mississipi water in the u'nsh room had becomo exhausted and he threw his bucket over the vessel's side to replenish his basin....
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847
[Selected for the Spy and Columbian.] •'To love, and,to be loved." Oh happiness I I have said all lhat can be said of bliss - In these few words! The young heart has Such stores of wealth In its own fresh, wild pulse And it is iDve that works- the mine, and brings Its treasure to the tight. I did love once,— Loved as youth, wornan, genius loves—tho' now, Ttfy heart is chiltett, and seared, and taught to wear That TalsesLof raise things'—a wreath of smiles, Vet every pulse throbs at the memory h Or that which has been. Love is like a glass ^ That throws its own rich coloring over all, . And makes all beautiful. The morning looks ItB very loveliest, when the fresh air Has tinged the cheek we love with Its glad red; " ' And the hot moon flits by most rapidly *Wtien dearest eyes gaze with us on the page Bearing the poels words of Love.—And then The twilight walk, when the linked arms can feel . Ttie beating of the heart;—upon the air—Tkere ia a music, never heard but oiutt A light tha...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847
Expected Retokm op Tire Comet or 1556. Wo arc indebted to John Taylor, Esq., of Liverpool, for .several interesting astronomical notices published by him during- Uiq past year in ' the public prints of that city; but we believe we; have not hitherto referred to the approaching expected return of tho Comet of 1556, with the discussion of which one of those notices is occupied. As long since as 1751 Mr; Richard " Dunthorne, of Cambridge, England .ih computing the elements of tbe Comet of 1264, found them so similar to thooe of the Comet ' of 1556 that he was led to tbe conclusion that the iwo were indcnticol, and iltat it» return might bt - expected about 1848. Subsequent investigations which have 1 been made by different astronomers, conirro > this conclusion; and there ie, therefore, good reasons to look for the reappearance of this. Comet during the year 1848, although it would not be surpriiihg-"if this event should happen a year earlier or later than this date . • ..
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 31 July 1847
SsicBLAR Funeral.—One oOhe most singular modes, perhaps, on record of consigning: mortal remains to their final resting place, says the HoIliiLu' burg Standard, w«s witnessed in our borough j op Wednesday last. The child of a German emigT,»nt died on Tuesday last, end on Wednesday the father procured.a coffin . in which he placed his child. , His eister took up Che coffin, and ncstlybjUncing-it on her head, proceeded towards the,, grave-yard * followed by the philosophic German."nolltory and. alone," with his hands throat deeply into his breeches pockets.