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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
New Book-Bindery? IN THE BOROUGH OF YORK, PKNN'A. The sub-t ribert rcspr-itfully inf-.nn ibeir friends nnd the public ibat they have opened a Booli-Bindcry & Blanb Boolz Manufactoy on Main street, next door to ihe J'ost Office, in the B.trough of Yorit, uhtre they will be happy :n receive orders for every description of wnrk in tlieir line. Particular attention will be paid to the Ruling and Binding of every dcsciiption of Blank Books , for Banks, County Offices, Merchant* and olhers. ami every variety of full and half bonnd Bl.inks, New and ol«l Lloelts, rtriodicals, Law L.-oks Mn«|c, Newspapers, &c, bound to any pattern, and in any^tyle r^utrcJ. Paper ruled to. pattern, rrJ*AHii»«it . warranted. MutAdAAv CORBET & WYANT. York. MMbUc.t»47. J&A NTED. TWO J^rfSU'l'lCES, about 15 or 16 yars of >g«4" Mto tin: Cabinet Mnkilne Uusine»s.—Appjj««»»l » JOHN VV SHUMAN. Coum Bia, *f» IWV'lfcW«—tf .IOHNSO*i^^lJC ATED SOAP. F OR rctn^lw^Ell HV*i frcckcl...
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
HOVER'S First l'rentiiiim Writing Ink. Tiiis 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 21, 1843. I stale that I have used the Ink,during the present ?esiion of Congress, manufactured by Joseph E. Hover, Esq.. of Philadelphiaand I have found ii 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 tincc October last, and is entirely approved. I am respectfully. J. W. HANDChief Clerk. Mr. Joseph E. Hover, Philad. Hover ' s Adamantine Ccineni The following from liickncll's Reporter will best illustrate its value: " Mr. Hover nunulactjrcs " Admnnline Cement" for joining broken china, glass, &c.; we have tried the article and found it to be excellent." For sale wholesale and retail nt the...
Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
HANCE'S Sarsapanlla or Blood Pills.— Fifty Pills in a box—the cheapest and best Medicine in existence ! For purifying the bloodremoving bilecorroding disorders of the ston acli and bowels, cosuveness, dyspepsia, swimming in the head. Sec. Persons of a full habitwho are subjected to headache, giddiness, drowsiness and Singing in the ears, arising fro n too JUcat a flow of blood to the head, should ncrer.M without them, as many dangerous symptom* j rill be entirely carried ° RcaJ the foUouxfa)pjm&fi$ftt*re of Dyspepsia! This is tocerRKflnifmywe was afflicted with the Dyspepsia for yqiri, nod tried both advertised medicines * gad|Tb<MI>«MMan, bul without effect; and myself utsUMU wilb blindness, and my head otiicnOtiimfeBteVUnTom , hard drinking, so that I wartqppreMMifejtf fits; and seeing Hance's SarsapamlmcPlUa *^ verliscdI went and got a box of HwntCubift* to my astonishment effected a cure ofnaa-aad my wife both aa yet, and 1 do think them Wltbout a rival b...
Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
CHEAP WATCHES &. JEWELRY Qv AT THE JgSV "PHILADELPHIA JP1$1- WATCH &JEWELY STORE, " J^j^^ 90 NORTH SECOND ST., ^ffetViitCT^ corner ol Quarry . Gold Levci Watches, full jewelled, 18 carat cases. '; S«.OO Silver Lever Watches, full jewelled, 23 .0U Silver Lever Watches, seven jcweN, lti.UO Silver Lepine Watches, jewelled, finest quality, 13,00 Superior Quartier Watches, 10,00 Imitation Quanier Watches, 5 00 Gold Spectacles, 8,00 Fine Silver Spectaelcs, ' .75 Gold Bracelets with lopaz stones, 3,50 Ladies Gold Pencils, 16 carats, 2,CO Gold Finaer Kinss St. 1 cents In S3—Watch Glasses, plain 12} cents, patent ISf. Lnnet 25. Othf.r articles in proportion. All goods warranted to be what they a:e sold for O. CONRAD. On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers, Lepines and Quartiers lower than the above prices. Philadelphia, April 10, 1S47. ly
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
5! GHEAP WATCHES X*= i f5-^ris I >^ Tlii: Cheapest Gold and Silver # nT' « watches ^t^ fe^^^ LEWIS LAUOMUS, OJers For Salc r CtAd Loi-er, fuMjenellsd *-*5 <»> rillvrr do «lo - -^ -Uf) Unit) I.opines do *''"¦*") Silver <lo do 13-00 Sivcr lliianier!", fine quality Kt.M Golil W.itcltfs, |>1»in Ji.00 Silver Kppctacle* i'75 GnUi 1'encils 2.00 Gold llraceliits 4,00 ALSO; On hand a larpe assort merit of GnUlttnil Ualr Ttraeelein, Finser Iltngi-, Un-apt Tins, iroojt [*Jnr Rtngs. (•nld Tonw, r tilvnr Spnnup. Sugar Tonsn. Tlihnblfr-, (Ji»!d Neck . Curb anil I'oli Ctiains. fJuanl lvry», and Jewelry ofevery ilencrip'.ion, nt equallv low pnc«'s-53* All kiinlrt ot Wiiichi'siind ClockB repaired ami wtirranicit u» kfcp irno.i iMne for on« year. Old Cntd mitt Silver limiphr nriakrn in exchnnu'!. Tor t-ale L-igbl day and thirty hour hracp Tlnrkp at LF.WIS I.ADOMUS' Watch. Cinrk and Jewelry Stare. No. 413; Market street, nbrivi' lllti. North ml.-, I'litUidclpht...
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
fendlex an Cautioned Agninst Unlng COillilOX IM1E1MKCO CHALK: THEY are not aware how frightfully injurious it- is to- the skin! how coarse, how rough, how sallow, yellow, and unhealthy the skin appears after using pepared chalk 1 Besides it is injurious, containing a large quantity of Lead ! We have prepared a beautiful vegetable article, which we call-.Tones' Spanish jLily White. It is perfectly innocent, being purified of all deleteriou6 qualities;.and it imparts to the skin a natural, healthy, alabaster, clearliving white; nt the same time acting as a cosmetic un the skin, making iL soft and smooth. Dr. J-aines Anderson, Practical Chemist- of Massachusettssays: " After analysing Jones' Spanish Lily White, 1 find it possesses the most beautiful and natural, and at the same time mnocent while I. ever saw. £ certainly can conscientiously recommend its use loall whose skin requires beautifying."' Price 25 cents a Box. For sale by R.WILLIAMS. Columbia, August 7, 1847—Cm-
Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
CHESNUT STREET HOUSE NO. 121 CHESNUT STREET,. A FEW DOOIIS 1IEI.0W FOUnTir, MJHTH SIDE. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends ami the public in general.that he still continues to keep the above establishment. Every pains is at all times ta!;cn to render this one of the bcst,:ind, from its central situation, it is one of the most convenient Hotels in the city. HjsTauleis furnished, at all times, with the choicest delicacies of the season. His Wines and Liquors arc not surpassed by any other establishment in this city. His Servants arc careful.honest »nd obliging Terms of Boarding to suit the times. Country Merchants and business men will find the location of the Cuf.snut St. Housa, in the most business part of Philadelphia. The subscriber pledges himself that every thing in. his power shall be done to give satisfaction to thuse who favor him with thoir patrona K e. SAMUEL MILLER, Philad., Sent. 27.—ly Piopnetor.
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
$artaxmrc! i)atbumrc! ! i jggvj r fWj^+2^ The Miliecrilicrs respectfully cal WJJLSiiigiSSlffthc attention of the cillzcns generally, to iliuir its-'ortuient of Hardware. Class, Paints, Oils, Cedar-Ware. We h^ve just received in addition tn ou? stock, HARDWARE, CUTLERY ami building MiteriaU of all description, sueh ah COUK.S, II1XG1SS, SCRF.1VS, NAILS ju.1 RriKCSJ Glass c I k ! I §: i } e ?., TAINTS, Linscod, Sperm and Whale OILS, Bar, Rod and EEoop Iron, of all mm-s, ANVILS, VICES and BELLOW, of ' .he best quility, all of which we oiler at thr lowest prices. Persons wishing !o purchase lwII find it to their advantage to cali at KUMl'LE&IIESS'S, Conmbia, April 7, 1817—tf. Locu-t St.
Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
counxBz.a. STATIONERY STORE. jrfalgtm C. VVESTRROOK keeps con-£ \ J/ ~ slantly on hand a large and well DilLiHijy selected> assortment of MISCEL. UAMiiUOS COOKS, BliANK BOOKS, oral[. discriplionsfrom the small pocket memorandum to the snbstantialls bound demy. Letter and Can PAP.E&, by the ream,qoire . orsingle sheet. SCHOOL. BOOKS. Serials, Periodicals, Newspapers. &c. Staple and Fancy ST A TI ON.A- R YBrushes Combs, Purses,. Pocket Books, Toilet and Bockxts Mirrors, Razor Strops, Shaving 5oaps.; Pasteboard, Ivory, Mara bo and Steel Studded FANSand nu nerous other articles, all of which will, be sold rery low for cash. N. B. Cash paid'for Rags. Columbia, April 7, 1847.
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
Morning Train Again BETWEEN yOUK, WRIGHTSV1LLE AND COLUMBIA. THE President and Directors ot the Baltimore and Susquehanna Rail Road Company having consented to continue the Morning Train between the above places. KrThe Car will leave Columbia Daily, [Sundays excepted] at GJ o'clock A. M..and the Train will leave Wrightsville at 6J o'clock. Returning, the Train will leave York at 8 o'clock, A.M. DCH.BORDLE y, April 17,1847. Sup't.
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
Notice. ' FBlHE Columbh Bank ami Bridge Company ] _B_ inteml to make application lo the Legiala-; turp of theCommonwealth of Pennsylvania at their I ne-tt session, for Hie renewal of the Banking, Dincounting, am 1 other privileges they po»se*s under ocisling laws. The Company to bo continued by the name, style and title of the Columbia Bank bnd B'idge Company, at the Borough of Columbia, in the County of Lancaster, and Stale of Pensylvania. By order of the Board ! SAMUEL SHOCH , Ca-hirr Columbia, June 24th, 1847 —Cm. nniN PLATE ond ^HEET IRON , of the heft I J_ brands, for sale by I RUMPLE & HESS. Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
SUNDAY TRAIN. BAl/J 1MORE & SUSQUEHANN A R.K.. The Mousing Passenger Train will run from Baltimore regularlyhereafter, on Sun-.., ., « o'clock A: M., and Retorning will 2r ' t from Columbia at 1* P. M., Wrightsville " P M. and from York at 3 o'clock. P. M., as on * oilier days of the week. The mail between Baltimore and Yor«. «... ba earned by this train. No otue J )t ™in H ' "' 1 ^f j; R n £Sl|5' "day-Superintendent of Transportation. Oct 27. 184C.
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
NEW LIGHTS FAIRU-VKK'S' BURMNO FI^UID. A LIj you who have been sitting in (he 1 \ rnnK.\i.ss and shnd>>w of thegreaty liltliy, htack flfih oil, thai is now hcin^ sold Iliruurflioulthccmintry for sperm oilare invited to call at Wrigilt'sand nurciiase a pair of 1^ \ M CS and make UiC of one quart of the iluid Rolu hy them, and if you are not entirely satisfied with the articleyou have only to return fie Lamps, at».d liavc your money refunded. Oil Lamps of every disenption altered to burn the Fluid. J. V. & J. vVKIGHT. (.'ulmnhia . May 07, 1847.—If
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
Notice to Builders. THE undersigned is appointed n"cnt for the Peach Bottom SLATE QUARRY, itul is prepared to Slate any Hoofcither of a house or lJarti that may be wanted in the County, ho having on hand at his yard in Columbia, at kll timesthe best article of Slate anu can furnish workmen of thirty years exl'cr 'fn< r "c : A " roofs warranted i:ot to leak if the BuiMins dI)c « not sink or give woy. Charges moderate to ,mt the time. " . r -u UJLR P"AH BROWN, Agent, for .he Hon. Jeremiah Brown fc Company. Columbia, Juoc 12,1847. fim
Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
A CHALLENGE TO THE WORLD. HOITS IMPROVED CHEMICAL SOAP, for extracting- j>re.ose, tar, pilch, oil, paint or any other greasy substance, from all kindi* of gentlemen's or UdirV clothing, carpets, table spread*, merino *hawl«, LtdieH' bonnets, &.C., &.C., without injuring it. For e-ilc only !>y scptll'47-lf W. A. LEADER,
Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
J ONES' SOLUTION OF JET.an instantaneotis liquid human hair. Dye, for dyeing IrgM, redor. grey hair permanently a brown or jet blackcolor. Full and copious directio n* enclosed. Sold at the Mgn ot the American Eagle.No.82"C'atliam Street Nrw York. Price St) cents, fl or $1,50 per bottle. ' Sold bv Aug. 7,1847-Gm R. V\ Jl*LIAMS.:
Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 2 October 1847
Baltimore and Susquehann RAIL ROAD Pare Reduced THE Passenger Train runs daily as follows below — Leaves Baliimoreat 9o f clock A. M.and arrives. a,t 6 j o'clock T. M. Arrives al York, at 12 o'clock P. M.and leaven for Columbia at Ii u'rlock, P. M. Le.ivcs Columbia at 2o'clnclt, P. M .and Icavea York for BnHimor<: at 3 o'clock P^f. i-'nre from Baltimore to York, $1 SO Wrightsville, « 00 Co'iUinl'ia . 2 1S£ Tbe Train connects at York with Stugesfor Hiirrisburg, tietlytburg, Chambersburg, Pittsburg and YmL Spiin z* . FARE TO GETTYSBURG & HARRISDURG The com|»iiny is authorised by tlio proprietors at the Sta^e Lines to receive the fare tlirough from Baltimore In Gettysburg nnd H.irrir.buig. BALTIMORE TO GETTYSBURG AND HAR R1SI3URG. Faie througli tncilher place, §3; ' D. C. H. BORDLEY, Super'!. May 9—tf Ticket Office, 03 Norib si..
Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
A PICTURE OF THE PRAIRIE BV ALUEUT IMKE. TIjo world of Prairie wliieli lies at a distance of more than three hundred miles west of the inhabited portions of the United States, and south of the river Arkansas and its hranclics lias been rarely trodden by the foot or beheld by the eye of Anglo-American. Rivera rise there in broad level waste, of which, mighty though they beconio in their course, the source is unexplored. Duscrts are there, too barren of grass to support even the hard y buffalo—and in which water,except here and there a hole, is never found. Ranged over by the Camanches, tlic Pawnees, thcCaiwas, and other equally wandering, savage and hostile tribes, iLs very name is a mystery and terror. Tl><- Pawnees have their village entirely nnrlh of this part of the country; and the war parties—always on foot—arc seldom to be met with to the south of the white and civil, ized Indian settlements. Extending on the soulli to the Rio del None, on the nortli to a d...
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
BLASTING A HEAD OF HAIR " Major, what turned your hair while?11 " My hair, Jim !" Why, by the Lord Harry, my hair was once as black as a nigger's face in an cclij.se. When I was in the last war, it streamed in the wind like a shining Iiort.c-tu.ij. Hut it lias got blasted here in the mines." •• JJut how happened that, Major? You look quite hnle anj hearty, young enough yet to marry one of the g.ils." " Why Jim, about twelve years ago, when I first came to the mines, I got into a bit of a row with JaKc Ropes, who was one of the bullies then—licked up—burnt out now, a mere old hulk—we hud a bit of a fight which began with a game of cracklieu ; and I flaxed him like thunder; however, it passed off at that, and the next spring" Jake and I were prospering together. We had sunk a rock shaft fifty feet. The patent safety fuse had just come in fashion, and we thought we would try to blast with it. Wo had drilled a hole right plumb in the bottom of the shaft with a churn drill, thirty ...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
New Fashion foil Hair.—A letter from New York says:— " I was amused nt a new fashion of wearing the hair which has lately been introduced by our super-clegants, and which I «aw tn perfection last evening. The peculiar thing in it is to reduce tho whole head to the state of a slubblo field, and he is the most elegant man who comes nearest to having his sconce shaved perfectly smooth. One gent, last evening, wore his hair about a quarter of an inch long, and as its color was red, the effect was ludicrous enough- The man looked as though his upper works were set thickly over with short, fiery brUtlcs. However, if others laughed lie admired and, both parlies being well pleased, the thing could not have been better. 1 * Her Ivsocknce Proved.—The jewelry alleged to have been stolen by tlic servant girl, at St. Louis, Khzubclh Itcddick, who committed buicidc one tl^y week liefcirc last, has been found at the house of her former mistress, and in the very spot where it was placed by her ...