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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 24 September 1847
T Notice. IHE Columbii Bank and Bridge Cnrr.panii, , nf ' .i!'?- ' 1 " n m " ke "f 1 " 1 '"'"" 1 t0 the L-gisIa ' lure of thcComm ^n^calth of Peni.sylvan,,, at theii n«Tt se«inn for the renewal of the Bank n K. I," «un ing, and cf,,-r privilegri. thfv r ,n.«e,, und« ihZT* ' ; Tb ' (J " rap3ny '° b " ° «B..nurf b the name, style and ,,,i, of ,|, e (; oIu ^,ia Ea °' .n the County of Lancaster, and Slat, of PtM,\ ' ^ *"'• B .V nrdrr of ihr Uoird r- L * . SAMUEL SHOCI-i Ca hirr Columbia, June 24.h, 1847 -Km TIN PLATE and SHEET UIO.V . of ^TIT, brands, for sale by *st Columbia, April 7, 1847 R™PI'E & HESS
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 24 September 1847
NEW LIGHTS. rAinm.NK'S' duhm.no tluid. LI> jmi \v!io h-n-e hecu iitimj in th, n^.'Vi^rf^^i.n^t^o^ '^f^ iidw - cDv. ¦'•""7" .'"" °" e q-iartof tl.c llui'l sod by th"tn. anil if j on arp mm rntirclv ^ tmied w.th Ihc- arlicle. yn:, have only to re-I'yn i.,e Lam, -js , and have J onrmonej " refund-Oil I.i,,,n« i,i - rvr-v,:,«,.r, r iir.n nllered to burn ihc „,,. .,.„. ,, .,_ v\,5IGnT, < M'.nmhia. Mav ?71S47-—: f
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 24 September 1847
Notice to Builders. fH^I lE unnYrsisned is appointed r.y.-nl f.n a.. the PcacU liotmm hi. VIE QUAUKY and is prepared to Slate any Koni" . Piihor nf u house or llnrn that may be wanted in the County, he having on hand at bis yard in Columbia, at all hints, !he Lost arlirl'.- of Slateand can furnish workmen of Unity veal's experience. All roofs ivarrnnted rut lo k-:ik it the Building does nut sink or (, 'ive way. Ciiar-(jea moderate lo suit the timp«. JEREMIAH HHOVVN, Agent, for :he Hon. Jeremiah liroira & Cumpany. Columhi i, Juno !•_>, 1647. ii,n
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 24 September 1847
A CAKB. frh=vV?h c ri ber re 'P"lf» Hya D no U r.ceS tchis urnpdtn r tie p " b '" v thal he has »(.»in rea'.wav, . • ,,",• ¦ a " customers will now aceomm ' odt eTheTn ''Yl " r -ea^' " uV. " r ™ 1 l0 patronse heretofore «o ,h»™n k " 1 */"' ? r "' e him and hop« I,-- , ° ll°erally bestowed upon sontinuaace of the ta^p. atleotlon to raer 't a G°M« -Vorfcr Drac Sa ., W p A " LEADER.
Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 24 September 1847
PAPER UASCLVft. T UST icconvd anplenrlid assortment of Parlor Hall and Chaml'c-r PAPERS & BORDERS * cnmpn«ing over 8U0 differentsiyles, many of which are ol ihe newest and most beautiful patterns »Iways on hand at Manufacture, price at r- v » i J - D - * J ' WRIGHT'S. Cslambis, April 7,1947 if
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
DEACON HEZEKIAH BROWN, THE 3JAN THAT SLEPT WITH TWO WOMEN. BY TIUOniY HARROW. The busy, bustling Hltlc village of B , in the good State of Maine, boasts of its industrious and thriving men, and of its numerous fair women.— Like all other villages in Christendom, it is blessed or rather cursed, with its quota of husy.hodies; a genius of bipeds not satisfactorily described by any naturalist, from Adam down to those of the present time. A "family jar," broughtnbout through their influence, is to them, as tho "b'hoys" would say, " nuts;" and if they succeed in stirring a " muss" In.the church, or in breaking- up a "bone match, 1 they arc in their most happy mood, and have attained the highest point uf their ambition, the most exemplary Hie ts not exempt from their pestiferous attacks—like drowning men, who cnich at straws,. they pounce upon every Htllc seeming obliquity, and magnify it into a regular immoral tornado, whosb progress will be death to the peace of society and the wel...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
A SHORT ESSAY ON LONG HAIR Doubtless, the first thing ever done to the human head vras to scratch it. And it is equally aa cer - tain, that about the same period of time the hair falling over the eyes of the newly created being and shutting oat those Bcencs on which he would naturally be opt to gaze with wonder and delight, was drawn to the back part of the head and confined there by a pliant vino or the bark of a tree. From that memorable epoch to the present day, men and women have studied how to arrange the hair in the most becoming manner, or rather in a manner nearest ihe prevailing fashion whether becoming or not. The Ancients were undoubtedly careful of their hair and proud of it withal. The Grecian ladies dressed it in the most tasteful style. The busts of the old sages nnd warriors, show that their hair and whiskers were full and plentiful, and uncommon ourly. The barbers of those days unquestionable, were adepts in their profession; and their minds must have been enl...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
ETERNAL JUSTICE BV CHARLES MAC KAY, ESQ. The man is thought a knave or fool. Or bigot, plotting crime. Who for tlie advancement of his kind, Is wiser than hi* lime. For him the hemlock falinll distil; For him the axe be bared ; For himihe glbbetsh&H be built; For him the stake prepared. Him shall ihc scorn and wrath of men Pursue with deadly aim; And malice, envy, spite and lies . Snail desecrate his name. But truth shall conquer at the last, For round and round we run, And ever the right comes uppermost, And ever is justice done. Pace through thy celt, old Socrates, Cheerily to and fro ; Trnet to tl>£'impulsn of tliy soul, And let the poison flow. They may shntter to earth the lamp ofctay Tiiat holds a Itjrht divine, But they cannot quench the fire of thought Ity any such deadly wine: They cannot bint tliy spoken words From the memory of man. By all tlie po fit on ever was lirctved. Since time its course began. To-dny ahorretl, to-morrow adored. So round niid...
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
THE LOST TICKET OR THE FRENCHMAN IN A STEW. Mr. Editor:—In returning from a trip to the Lakes a fuw days since, I witnessed a little afiuir that makes quite an item in my notebook, and may aniusc your readers. After a weary drive in a procession of twelve coaches, that moved solemnly for twelve hours over as many miles of beautiful country; we pulled up in front of the "National" in Suringfidd at about 9 P. M. The Circus and county Court kept, that beautiful little town in a densely populated state, so much so thul the sixty or seventy passengers tliut I counted as travelling companions, could not find beds to rest their weary limbs upon, but were forced to take carpet-bags, ti links, juleps, &c, until the cars for Cincinnati would give us more comfortable quarters. Among the rest, a little Frenchman, whose baggage con. sisted of a queerly shaped hat-box and a faded silk umbrella, moved restlessly about with the box in one hand and Ihc umbrella in the other, pouring fo...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
An Incident at the Atiikn.t.uh.—One night last week, a tall gaunt looking fellow, from up somewhere in Ihc country, stopped he for o tho Hotrard Alhena?t>m, just as ihc crowd was passing in to witness the performance of the Ravel Family, and having satisfied himself that it was a " meetin' us"—he stepped over to the entrance.— As he wns passing the doorkeeper—*'Ticket, sir," announced rather peremptorily by that function, nry, set the stranger buck somewhat. " A wot?" " Your ticket." " I hai'nt any," " Where is it 7" "I gin ittcrthe railroad chop!" "I menn your entrance ticket, here,*, "I tell ycr I hain't any." •'Yon can gel one below, sir." Our friend went to the ofiicc, where he applied for a card of admission, M I want a good seat, mister." Fifty ccnU, sir." " Luke ycre—I cnn'l go the half, stranger, but I'm good for n quarter." An upper circle ticket was handed him, and he mounted the stairs. lie had leisure lo gnzc upon the crowd out for on instant, when Javclli made ...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
Agency oftlic Cnnton TEA COMPANY. fS^> The undersigned being the Riilhorizcd i'wAeents for the sale of Hie SUPERIOR JTW..TKAS, imported by tlie Canton Tea Company, of the Cily of Neiv Yak, invite a trial of their Green and Black Teas, embracing trie best selections this side of China. Every Package Warranted. * J. D. &. J. WRIGHT. Columbia, April 7,1847.—tf Agency of the PEKIN TEA COMPANY. f^?5, THE SUBSCRIBER keep* constantly Jtljion hand an assortment of J 7 reth Teat, imi^fljponcd by the Pekin Tea Company. Any Teas 6old hy me that does not give entire satis* .action, can he returned and exchanged, or the money will be refunded. C. WESTBROOK, Locust street, Columbia. IV April 7,1847. iftEmovAii. ^h. ff'lfcwwi ^* * SCHRE1NER ha* removed ABraiaS^ 1 "' watch and jewel-•jBECSSSsI^b LERY Establishment to the Walmjt Front Bl ck, recently fitted up by liim, between Barr's and Black's HotelFront Street,where the public can be accommodated, as heretofore, with all articl...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!! ORR'S CELEBRATED AXR-EIGH37 STOVES. CJ. TYNDALE, No. 97, Soulh Second . Street, Philadelphia, wishes to inform his friends and the public generally, that he still continues to manufacture and sell the gen* uine Air-Tight Stove, with the latest improvements. After many years experience in the manufacture of these Stoves, he is now enabled to offer to liis cus>iomc:rs the Air-Tight Stoves with ovens, suitable fur dining rooms or nurseries. He has also the Air-Tight Stove, on the Radiator plan, which makes a splendid and economical parlor Stove, to which he would call the particular attention of those who want an elegant and useful article for their parlors. Also, a large assortment of Coal, Parlor and Cooking Stoves. All of which he will sell at the lowest Cash pricos. The public would do well to call before purchasing elsewhere. KTMr. T. would Caution the public against Air-Tight Stoves,made by most Stove makers, as ihey do not answer the purpose intende...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
B. E. MOORE. I. N. MSDOX. 1OORE «fc RISDOIV, MSROHAWC BAILORS, ifa, 70 South Third StrctU nearly opposite the Exchange, Philadelphia ^ T)ESPECTFULLY announce to their friends f j and the public that they arc constantly prepared to rim It e to order, oi the finest and best materials, mid nt m><durate prices, every irticle ot Fashionnule Clothing, constituting a Genilman's Wnrdrobr., (or which iheir complete stock nf choice and carefully selected Cl'iihs. Gudsimeres, Vesitngs &c, of ilie laiest and most debirable patterns, ore particularly designed. Thfcir own practical knowledge of the business and a personal attention io every garment, enables ihcin to give entire satisfaction, and 10 bmh old nnd new customers ihey respt'ctliilly tenderan invitation lo ^ive them o call. Having been lor years connected with some of the best nnd moot fashiututbteestablishments :n this country, employing none but tirai rate workmen, and beniG in the receipt of the latest Inshmns...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
ClftiVKL.ES STOKES' GLOBE HALL OF FASHION, No. 290, Market Street, Philadelphia. CLOTHING—A necessary and useful aMicle ; it will Income* every one who buy- it, belim* purchasing to look amlst-e where it can he bought cheapest. I am sati-fieil (ami reailer, jnii will be) if you favor me « nh a oil ami look over my stock uf good- you will iiut only buy yourself but tell your friends where CHEAP CLOTHING can be hail anil they will do the same. If you come to the Globe I tall of Fashion anil do not find goods twenty per cent cheaper than at any store in the city 1 think you will nay General Taylor never whipped the Mexicans '. I think he never done anything else. JKrA full stock of clothing suited for the country ttade, which merchants nnd others arc particularly invited tn examine. CHARLES STOKES, No. 296, Market St., 3rd d.ior bi-low Ninth. Philadelphia, August 28, 1847 3m.
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
Recently, during the performance of Hamlet, at the Theatre Royal, Grccnock, a young man, who had taken the part of Laertes, nt a short notice, got on pretty correctly till he camo to Ihc words, « I have a speech of fire," and here Jie stuck dead. After wailing a few seconds, Mr. D., who was ploying the King, replied, " Olt I you have a speech of fire, have you ? well, blaze away, by all means." This scene, which the scene shifters put a period to, delig hted the audience amazingly. Hibernian.—The Beetoa Time* «ays;_The fol. lowing notice, we arc credibly informed, anpoarnd on Ihc door of a celebrated and not green (though pcrhnpp some oilier color) lawyer's ofiicc: «Mr. will be in nt3 o'clock—those who can't read inquire at the opposite door.**
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
CHARRICK WESTBROOK, vv%«fn«n . un unfiniitpinn EDITORAND rnUFRICTOR - . Printing Ojfizt—Front Street, opposite Barr'o Hotel Publication Office—Locust Slrpet, opposite the P. O. Tehms.—The Columbia Spy Ip i»uMiPhi*d everv Saturdny mominfr at the low price of ONE DOLLAR A YE All IN ADVANCE, or one clollnr and fifty cents. If not paid wiittin one month of Hie time of subscribing. Single cnpirB.TIIKEK CENTS. Tchmbop ADVEiiTiRiNn—Advertisements not exceeding a squara three Limes for$l. and 2S cents for eacli Additional insertion. 1 hose of a greater length In proportion. &A liberal discount made to yearly adser-Job Printino — Snch ns Hand-bill?, T*ost!rij»-biltft, Cards. Lnhele, PamphlpU, Wank* of every description Circulate, etc. etc., executed tvi tli ncatncssanti despatch and on Teosonableternip.
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
CHEAP OIL STORE, PHILADELPHIA. RIDGWAY & KEEISLE, 37 Xortli Wharves, below Knee St. * OFFER for sale at the lowest pricey all the articles of the Oil Trade. Their stock is varied mid extensive, and they Icel confident of giving paiisfaciiou to those who call. They have now on hand — Pure Sperm Oil. White Winter and Full Oils of different qualities. Potnr Oil. Winier-prespfld Lard Oil. "Winter Elephant and Whale Oils*. Jlefined Rocked and Common Whale Oil, Tanners' Otis. Sperm Candles, Guano &.C., &c. Philadelphia. Aimuttl 14 1347.—2in. N. B.—Ail cod" delivered in first rate order.
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
While Raymond and Waring's Caravan was being exhibited in this cily, a gawky, long-legged Jonathan from Iho country, who had never " socn tho elephant," cilhcr literally or metaphorically, was stalking along carelessly in the pavilion, alternately starting at the caged animals and cramming a sheet of gingerbread iuto his mouth, when suddenly he came bump against Columbus. ** Thunder and spikes !" exclaimed he, stagc^'ring backwards about twenty pacer, wntfo his cv<m Btuck, out like letters on a sign— M what darn'd cutler with two tail*hate tee got hereP"