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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

Runaway Wife, &c.—The elopement from Can Ion, Massachusetts, has caused no little excitcmon in lhat neighborhood. The young man, Jamei Bennett, is an Englishman of good education who has been engaged for a year past in Kinsley' ; iron works. For some time he boarded ir the family of bis uncle John Bennett, but th< latter thinking be observed to much freedom o manners between his young wife ond nep hew , for bid him his house, and he took up his abode in an Jtlier family. On Wednesday last, the liusbant mspecting, or ha v ing b een info rm ed , that thing! vcre not rig ht , went to the house in the afternoon ind found, after some search, the young roan con :calcd in Ins wife' s bedroom, rolled up in a coverlid Fills won to his jealous mind confirmation strong as iroofs from holy writ. He seized a carving knife, ind the young man fled, leaving bis hat behind, ai foseph did his coat, though for a different reason, tic ran towards the river, his uncle running aftct lim,...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

MARRIED. On the 10th ln«tant, by the Rev. WlPUm Barnir, Mr Ezra Wit.50!*, lo Miss Elixaseth XI. Bortt, both o thf* place. At the name time, by the same, Mr. Ian a el Yokx, i« Mfoa Maby KtnrooT,l)olh of this place BOOK AUCTION At the the Columbia Book Store THIS (Saturday EVENING. Look out for bargain* BOOKS AND STATIONERY J UST received a largo and well solccled auurt r ncnt of Miscellaneous Books. A LSO—SCHOOL BOOKS &. STATIONERY BLANK BOOKS Of every variety for sale cheap at ttis Colombii Book Stnre, Locust Street, opposite tho Poal Office E. H. SMITH, WHOLESALE DEALER IN BOOTS, SHOES, BONNETS, CAPS, PALM LEAT HATS, &c. 08 Race Street—While 8««n Hotel Phiadelphia. riiilidelpbia, Oct. 16, 1847-61. FOR tale a, light two Wee wag-on nearl y new Apply lo FRY & SPANGLER. Columbia, Oct. 16,1847-tr. rjlRESH ETHEREAL OIL, *t Yonns <k Ca»- f ¦ «]»*, No. 50, Front Street Columbia. octS-tf

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

77te Jjadie*' Faith in. Radawifs Chinete Mnlicatt Soap. 11 t fcn^w my face In sadly ppr«rkled Wltli pirn pi e», inn, tun burn, au*l frccVlep, Eryiipclat, scurvy and tail rlicuui Upon niy culfclc amiime To /eiffii with full auttioriiy. 1 lieie blpini*lie» I toon w ill cure And umke my ikin both fair and pure. By a soap of superior quality. The tuap I've jpoken of, ashore ftlflfii. Is Rndwny'i Ch)ne<e Medicated, Km toilet purpoaet 'tis raid To be better than any other matte ; rjoimw my friends 1 will buy A coke of Radway's soap nnd try." The lady fjir alie spoke the trutli She found lhe *oap idp friend ofyoutli . Anil beauty once more took itt place Atifl ttmne tvith f.iHh upon lier fice, Shepver afirr hold lit-r liope In Rndway* * Medicated Ho.ip. Its wondrrful effects in speedily removing t»n, "tinurn, pimple**. Motchen, pn«(uIfF, hltci of musqnitne» elt^r, A:c, sofleiinifj, purify ing and cleansing lhe *KlT mm all jnipuritM'B, and adding beauty to the ci>mp!eiior f ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

A FniEND i\- Need.—An instance of animi ¦agxeity and humanity, unequalled in our remem brancc, took place before our door on Salurday.-An unfortunato dog, in order to make sport fo some fools, had a pan tied to his tail, and was se off on his travels towards Gait. He reached lh< rillagc utterly exhausted, and lay down before thi itcps of Mr. Young's tavern, eyeing most anxious y, the horrid annoyance hung behind him, bu anableto move a step further, or rid himself of tin or men t. Another dog, a Scotch colly, came up a he time, and seeing the distress of bis crony, lik limself down gently beside him, and gaining hii ;onfidcnco by a few caresses , proceeded to gnaw he siring by which tbe noisy appendage was at' ached to his friend's tail, and by about a quarter oi in hour's exertion, oovered tbe cord, and started to tia leg?, tvilh the pan hanging from the string in lit mouth, and after a few joy f u l capers aronnd hi s ri« n d , departed on bfs travels, in tfi« highest gle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

" Was It there, «ir?" " It was no where else. General." " Go to the devil, or to town, whenever you want' So I bsve been going in u usual ever since. The Missisisi pp ians Uavc the credit of being thi steadiest and most exemplary regiment in the ser ?icc. At one of the last meetings of their tee.tota lociely, many of the members delivered themselves )f their experience—as the Methodists in class nceling term such commodities—one of the inter :sting individuals wound up by saying, u You can'l :onsave,jintlemen, wliat a divil for the dhrink 1 vas afore I jincd yez. I used to dlirivc a jingU iptune Dublin and Dunleary, afbre them railroadi bad luck to *en)) was invented, and tna.y I never, f I did'nt often get up of a morning, without the iricc of the oats fnr the ould marc and the sketch if whiskey for myself; so I had to loss up which if us id go widout; but one thing I eati ray, gentle, ncn, wid a chne breasl, uliinever the ould mare von, bv Ja—p, I never dialed her out of the oat...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

NEW COLUMBIA TEA AGENC1 FOR THE SALE OF THE SUPERIOR TEAS OF Jenkins & Company, TEA DEALERS, PHILADELPHIA. fTpHE Subscriber has taken the Agency for ih £sale of those excellent Teas—has received sn< will be kept supplied with a full assortment i Greens and Blacks of tho various kinds and qunli ties; and which it is confideMly believed will, oi trial, speedily take the preference in this comrnuni ly over all other Teas. They a re in rent package; of {, iand 1 1b. each, labelled with their name the kind of Tea and pricewith a metallic ns wel as paper envelope for preservation of <he quality having full weight of Tea in each. One of the Partners of the concern (who selcctj tho Teas) learned this difficult business of tho Cbi. ic«e themselveshaving resided among them many rears, at Canton, engaged in lhe Tea trade. Pot. icssing this extraordinary advantage, the ability oi he House is unquestionable, nnd may be relied upon or furnishing, nnt only safe, bat alpo, t...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

Tiifc Cause or the I'bsku'be upon the brain In a col Ict-lion of morbid humors In th« lilnod, which not onl ierangR the circulation, but alio by Increaainj; the appn rent quantity of the flulO, cause a disttnlion or iwf llin if tti*) t*looil-ve*sftU, b preMure upon th« nerven wtlic |f*nit to itie hrAin. and headflcli, giddinC*«,ani) pilpitnlin of lhe heart, truanhy, apopleij, suddeti dcaili, and oilic rlrenjru) mulls Wr^Rlu' * lndivn \>grtatil<> Pills nr« alwnye certain it relirve j» pr^iiure upon the brain; hecnuiie they inkr. nu afihr circulution tlmsc very h 11 mom u hich are the cmtsi not of-ill di«orJerert molittnm of tbe blood, bill of fvt*ij mnlady Incident to mnn. Thfy nho iid And impmvc irctiiion* «¦ well &» purify the hinod, and lhfrcfnrr tioi nnly give he-tltli and vigor lo thr> wlmln fnmf. hut nrr »livs>'« certnin to prevent any evil regulli from a preNsurt! jpnn the lirain. Oetvarc of CnUnterfXf*! The /ijily flrUln.it anrf p^...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

Gradual rise of Nt.wFouM>u.LZ> wom tiikSca —It is* a fact worthy of notice, that the whole o Conception Bay, very probably the whole island it rising out of the ocenn at a very considerable rati which promises, at no very distant day, materially to affect, if not lo render useless, many of tho bc»] harbors we have now on the coast. At Port dc Grave a scries of observations have been made, which undeniably prove the rapid displacement ol Lfao sc a-level in the vicinity. Several large flat rocks over which schooners might pass some ihirty or forly years ago with the greatest facility,arc tow approaching the surface, I ho water is scarcel y lavtgable/br a *ki(T. At a place called the CosJi, it the head of Bay Roberts, upwards of a mile rom the eea.shore and at several foot above its evcJ , covered with five or six feet of vegetable n ould , there is a perfect beach, the stones being ounded, of * modern size, and in all respects uimiur lo those now found in the adjacent ...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

"Jlwnv Kissed Me."—In the notice of Lchigl: Hunt's " Men, Women and Books,* 1 is the follow, ing exquisite rondeau * which has, »ays the revicwei besides Us own excellence, the additional merit oj being the offspring of a real impulse, and of chronicling the loving audacity of one of the most charming of w o m en : " Jenny killed me when we me I, Jumping from the Oliair «he tat In: Tim<% you thief! who loved 10 g«t Su'eet* Inin jour list, put that i\i. Say I'm wuary, n»y I'm oad, day (hat health anil wraith Itave mlised m* Hty I'm crowing old, but hdd—Jenny kilned uie." The Jews have a proverb that ** he wftii breeds not up his Ron to some occupation makes him a thief/ 1 and the Arabians say, " an idle person is the dcvjps phy-fcllow."

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

THE SPY & C OLUMBIAN. SATURDAY MORNING,? OCT. 16,1847. AGENCIES. V. B. Pauccr, North West comer of TMrd and Chestnut streets, Philadelp hia , Tribune Buildings, (opposite City Hall,) N- York, South EaBt corner of Baltimore aud Calvert streets, Baltimore, afi<l Ho. 12 State street, Bostoiw Ucob M. AVesthacffer, Lancaster city. lVauA3i A. Pierce, Travelling Agent.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

A writer in the New York Journal of Commerce propose, a Ship Canal from tho Hudson river to tbe Lakes. He says, b y enla r g ing lhe Northern Ca. n»l from Whitehall to Troy, lo the sice on the Canadian Canal., (My 45 feet Lock,) New York would have a Shi p Canal to Chicago, and vessels, without diseh«rging, could bring 4000 bbls. oi 17 ,000 bushels of wheat or corn, in lie same order and condition, a* when fint abi pped at tbo m ill o r warehouse, in the Wait.

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

AKict m "Plaijt Esausu.**—Eop hrci g aicteomod thou deyccu' tgboaw ornpo arc tbeor worbedoac uoele phrchopboiblal ghcigl. Tbe Abova statement it made in a Yankee paper, tnd we should be plowed tc fcco an opponent of pbocotypy oontrovert it, and thereb y eiFord something stronger than a toeer for the friendi of tho tptlling reform to mate twtile upon.

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

TO TaiOSsJ TSIAT ARE FOXD OF SPORT. ripnn undersigned have just received tho I best arid most complete assortment of English and German stub and tivist and patent breech 'DOUBLK BARRELED GUNS, which have ever been offered in this market at such prices that will suitall. Also,six Barreled Revolving and self-cocking PISTOLS. Call and examine for yourselves, at the cheap Hardware Store of RUMPLE fc HESS. Columbia, Aug. 21, 1S47. S ALL FRESH, g riPlIIANKFUL for past favor*, and desirous for a _jcontinuance of public patronage, the subscriber takes this method of giting notice that he his just receiveda large and General supply ot fresh Wrug? and Medicines, Paient Medicines, &c. All of which hewill dispose of, wholesale and retail, ai very moderate prices, wnh a guarantee lo be genuine and of ibe besi quality. He has also received a very lar^e stock of Perfumery, which, in point of assortment, quality and cheapness, iB unequalled in ibis place. Ladies and others, call and sec...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

FHIIiIF GOSSZiBR. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Columbia, Lancaster county, Penn'a, WILL practice in the several Cuurta ot Lancastcrand Yorkconnties. Office. — In Walnut street, adjoining the Washington Hotel. Mar 6.18-J7. DOCT. WM. S. M'CORKLE. OFFICE—South East corner of Locust and Second street. Boarding House—with Mrs. Swart?:,2 doors beloiv his late residence. Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf Q/~»n SACKS Ground Alum Salt. 50 sack; •J *J\J Ashton, fine. For sale by sepi94M7.if H. E. ATKINS &. CO. 1 f\f\ BbIs - Mackerel, No. 1, 2, and 3. 50 bbK 1 yJ\J Shud. For sale by scpl24'47-tf II. E. ATKINS & CO. DOUBLE EXTRACT OF MUSK i:nt received and for sale at LEADER'S. sept34'47-tf. ¦ nAYSOXB INnEUBLE INk" for " mTrkTng J_ linen, silk and cotton without the preparation. For sale by W. A. LJ2ADEK. WA3JT2JED—Two apprentices to learn the Tin, Shcrt Iron and Copper business. Boyo from the country prf fcrreri 1 . Apply to Columbia, Sept. 11,1847. II " . PFAHLER. Pink Saucers. THE Improved...

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

,\EW FALL 4mOODS. rpHEsubscriucrs respectfully inform their friends J. and customers, that they arc just receiving and opening-, a full assortment of fresh PALL ©OSDS. to which their attention is respectfully invited. FRY &. SPAXGLER. Columbia, Sept. 18,1847—tf UNRIVAIjI-ED PREMIUM EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. HE undersigned has just received from the i celebrated * Leechburg Mills' 1 c fresh lot of Hie above fluur, made expressly for family use, and cannot be surpassed, if equalled, by any brands in the Union. Will be kept con. stantly on hand, and fur sale by E. J. SNEEDKR SeptI8--lt No. a. Canal Basin. HCTias. T ETTERS testamentary having been granted \_j to the undersigned on the estate of Martha Forrey, late ofthe Borough of Columbia, deceased. All pcrnoiis indebted to the said estate are requested to make payment immediately—those having claims to present the same for settlement. JOfIX 13UUNER, Executor. Columbia, Sept. 24,1847.—6l* Groceries. A FULL supply of Fresh Family ...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

PUBLCSALE Oj Three firsts ate Plantations in Manor Township, DETER MINED to move to the Slate r( Illinois, 1 will sell by public venduc. to (he liifllie-t bid.lrr, on THURSDAY(lie 4tli day oi " nOVEMBER next, at mv residence, one mile west of Millerslown, in Manor township, Lancaster county : THREE PLANTATIONS, to wit:—No. 1, consisting of a Tract of Land, ¦'.ontainiug HO acres, Knct measure, bounded on the cast by litllc Conestoga creelc. on the North by No. 2, on the west by a public road, and on the Soulh by No. 3. The improvements on No. 1, are a two-story stone /eA Dwelling House, JiiM. .•.(I by 30 feet well finished and roofed with •slate: a stone Swisscr Barn 110 feet Icing, alxo"roofed with slate and has a large arched collar underneath; a wagon shed and cornenbs; spring house over a never-failing spring of water, with fine facilities fur a distillery, in a ivell built still honcc, a smith shop, with other convenient outbuildings ; a pump in a never-failing well near t...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

Sale by Order of the Orphans ' Court. "TTALUABLE properly in the Borough ofCo luinbia, Lancaster County, Penna., late the estate of Christian Breneman, dee'd. In pursuance to nn order of the Orphan*' Court of Lancaster County, will be exposed to public sale, on Saturday the 13th day of November nexl, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Public House of Joseph Black, in the Borough of Columbia, all tho right, title and interests of Christian Brcncmnn deceased, in following valuable real cutatc, nituatcd in the said Borough, to wit:—Two largo FIRE¬ PROOF BRICK WAREHOUSES, and Lots of Ground, bounded East by the Pennsylvania Railway, and extending to the river shore near the Susrjuchanna and Tide \V,.tcr Cirinl, and Front Street, and between the Columbia Bridge and Pennsylvania Canil Basin. The said Luts arc in width 117 feet, more ur less, fronting towards Front Street, and 293 feet in depth. The facilities afforded, by the various Canals and Railroads for the transportation to t...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

WRIGHTSVILLE FOUNDRY. rjiHE undersigned having recently established I an extensive Iron Foundry at Wrightsvilte, York county, Pa., are now prepared to furnish Stoves, Hollow-ware, Car and Machinery Casting's ofthe best quality of material and workmanship at ', short notice. Our assortment of STOVES is lirge, and of modern and approved patterns, consisting of PLAIN WOOD and BOILER TOP STO VES, of all sixes; NINE PLATE COOK, " VIC. TORY COOK," "COMPLETE COOK,"—for wood or coal—And other COOKING STOVES. Also—COAL STO VES, of the latest designs and all sizes, suitable for Parlors, Chambers and Offices. Also, BOAT STOVES, BOXSTOVES, CHARCOAL FURNACES, %c, S, -c, $c. HOLLOW-WARE. Our assortment of HOLLOW-WARE consists of Pot?, Kettles, Round and Ov.il Ovens and Lids, Skillets, Spiders and Lids, Cook-Pots, Deep and Shallow Pun* 1 , Bread Pans, Griddles, Andirons, Waflleirons, Gridirons, Spittoons, Wagon and Carriage Boxes, &c., &c., &c, together with VVuter Pi...

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

NEW FALL GOODS. rpHE aubscrihers have just received their supply _|_ Fall and "Winter, Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, to which they invite the attention of their friends and thr public generally. CJ.OTHS, CASSXIWEH.E3, <SLc. Their sloclt consists of superior French, and English Black, Blue, Brown, Mixed, and Olive Clolhs; pi tin and Fancy Cassimcrs, Sattinels, Tweeds, Jeans ; Velvet and other Vesting. Grv do Rhine, Swiss nnd -Ma tie on a Dress Silks. ALPACAS.—Plain, Plaid, and Striped, at IS, 25, 31, 37, 50 els., &c. English, German, and French Merinoes; Plain Paris Cashmeres and De Laities, Luma and Turler Plaid?. French, EnrUlon and Manchester Ginjjhnms; Prints of every ttylc and price; Plain und Pin id Linecys; Tupcr Gauze and other White and colored Flannels, SHIRTINGS.—Three quarters, four quarters, five quarters, six quarters and ten quarters Blenched and Brown Sheetings, Blankets, Tickings, Checks, Doeskins, &c. A splendid assortment of Trimmings, Gi...

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847

FISTS OIIi. J UST received and for sale at the Hardivar Store of RUMPLE & HESS Columbia, April 7, 1847.—tf 4 NTI-AGUE MIXTURE. A wnuantcd r\ cure for lever and ague. For «nle by R. WILLIAMS. N. B.—There is none genuine but that soK! by R. Williams. au21'47-tf. AH. BULL'S Compound Extr-ict of Sarca-. panlla foi sale by R. \V ILLIAMS. aul4'17tf BAG CLASPS, Pur«e and B3g Twist, Steel Deads, Purse and Dag Rings an'J T.wsel.— Fur salo by R- WILLIAMS. aul4 4i-tf EEKIN TEAS of all kinds, to be bad fresh, at YOUNG & CASSEL'S Store, No. 50. Columbia, aog. 7,1847—tf UMBRELLA 8. IN Croat variety varying in price from 31J <~pnis aod upwards at cents ana v FRy & SPANGLER'S. Columbia, Aug. 7,1847—tf Soaps, Soaps, Soaps. ' OLD Brown Windsor, tho True Fino Palm highly perfumed, English Castile Perfumed Vnriegi.tid, Snnd Bull*. Crystalline Tailor's, and a fU|icri-ir ;it*-orlmcnlof Shaving Soaps. For sale by rtnt24'47-lf W. A. LEADER.

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