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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
MARRIED On llie MU» in«t. ; in ibe Borough of WrighlBVille, in tincounty of rYork, by the Rev. H.Owen, Dr. Bartom C. Lloyd, IO^M Iss Sabaii A. Kauffelt. daujhter of Mr. John Kiuflbjl. all of said Borough. On the itSh instant, by the Uev. William Sams, Mr. Samuel Smumbacch, of Reading, to Miss Euiaofth J. EDDr, oflhis place. On the 19th met., by the same, Mr. Joseph Dim, lo Miss CakoliXE Grove.both of Ibis place. In I.ewlstown, on the 14th Instant, by Ihe Rev. S. P. Lilley, Mr. Ja>. A. Lillev, lo MUs Ruth MvEBi.of Columbia. Ob the 39n<l in« , by R. Spear. Esq., Mr. John Wn.-cocus lo Hiss Mart Jame Ht^ORicas , both of Dauphen Coonnty.
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
A Touch Story.—It is stated that a man in Illinois , named Wilson Corey, while catting down • large oak, a Bash of lightning came down thejfrec, two offatlhia c!olhe*t made a hole in the earth fi?e feet deep, and baried him jn ;t Dp ^ hjg n-ck > ^ fast a* :o mikt, it lmpowiWe for him to get oat—He was te.rnCQ by Kw friends next morning. It is added, as .Irange, thai Tour panthers h*d been in the tree which Mr. Cw M colling down, but gm no intimation of their presence , which was diseorcrcd only by Ihcir being found dead in the *ppcr branches where they had been concealed, and were Jtillcd by tho ligthninr.
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
Major Gexeral Toh Thumb.—The redoubtable General Tom Thumb paid our town a flying visit on Wednesday and Thursday last, and held his levees at the Washington Hotel. The General is a great little man, and a lion, in his way. ILj~The top of the chimney of our sanctum tumbled over the other evening while ire were quietly pursuing our editorial vocation. Perhaps there was a slight agitation among the shingles which composed the roof of the building. Jerusalem! That night we dreamed of earthquakes, and the day of judgment.
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
" Stand is amongst tmk Pish."—A good story is told of a Yankee who wont for the first time to a bowling alley, and kept firing away at the pins to the imminent peril of the boy, who so far from having any thing to do in "setting up" tbo pins, was actively at work in an endeavor to avoid the ball of Iho player, which wu rattled on all sidet of the pins, without touching them. At length the fellow seeing tho predicament the boy was in, yel. led out as he let drive another ball, *' Stand in among the pins, boy, if you don't irnnf ro get hurt." jCJ-Goy. Shunk lias appointed the 25th of November next, as a day of general thanksgiving and prayer in Pennsylvania.
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
RICH TERKERRI SHAW I JUST opened 50 of the most superb Terkcrri Shnwb, direct from N. York, ot various prices, at least 50 per cent lower than the same quality and styles has ever been sold in this city. At the BEE HIVE, 19 doors North of Iho Post Office N. Queen si. * Lancaster, Oct. 23,1847-tf.
Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
What is the most appropriate name Tor a female chemist 7 Ann Eliza (analyzer.) Gem. Scott's Speech to mi Akmit.—TlirUling and Exciting Sctne.—b. letter from in officer of the army, published in the New York Journal of Commerce, after referring to the desperate batUe of Churqbusco, which finally routed the enemy, gives this thrilling scene: " Wheait was orer, the GeneraJ.in-Chief (Scott) rode in among the troops. It wonld have done your heart good to hear the shout Vilh which they nude the welkin, ring. Several old soldiers seized the General's hand, with expressions of enthusiastic delight. Suddenly, at a motion from his hand, silence ensued, when, in the Fulness of his heart he poured forth a few most eloquent and patriotic word?, in commendation of their gallant conduct. When he ceased, there arose another shout, thai might have been heard in the grand plaza of Mrxico. During this thrilling scene, I looked up to a balcony of the church that had been so bravtly defended. It w...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
AGENCIES V. B. Palmer, North West corner of Third aqd Chestnut streets, Philadelphia, Tribune Buildings, (opposite City Hall,) N. York. South Eost corner of Baltimore and Cajyprt streets, Baltimore, and No. 12 State street, Boston. Jacob M. WEsniATarreii, Lancaster city. WrtUAM A. Pieiter, Travelling Agent.
Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
TO THOSE THAT ARE FOXD OP .SPORT. ri~\HE undersigned have just received tho I best and most complete assortment of r.nnlish and German stub and twist and patent breech 'DOUBLE BARRELED GUNS, which have ever been offered in this market a( such niices that will smtall. Also,six Barreled Revolving nnd self-cooking PISTOLS. (Jail and examine for yourselves, at the cheap Hardware Store of RUMPLE fcHESS. • Columbia, Aug. 21, 1847. g ALL FRESH, Jf ri"lIIANKFUL for past favor*, and desirous for a JL continuance of public patronage, the sub. acr:bcr lakes this method of giving notice that he hasjust reri-iveda lurepand general supply of fresh l)ru<»3 and Medicines, " Pa'enl Medicines, &.C. All ol which hcwill dispose of, wholesale and retail, at very moilernle priee«, with a guarantee to be genuine and ol the best qunlny. He has also received u very large stock of Perfumery, which, in point of assortment, quality and cheapness, is unequalled in this place. Ladies and oiher...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
A vigorous prosecution of the War . thelest means - , to secure a speedy and HONORABLE PEACE WALNUT COLONNADE, CHEAP FASHIOPTABL.E CLOTHING EMPORIUM. ffAfflSBS X. S«32S»AWB NO. 4% Front street, directly opposite the Bridge, and three doors below Black's Hold, COLUMBIA, PEXHA., Would respectfully call the attention of the public to his stock of Fashionable and Cheap Clothing, which exceeds in extent, elegance, and variety, any hitherto opened in this vicinity, and which he pledges himself to sell at prices lower than even he has before offered. Just look at the prices: Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Dress Coals, from S^/IO to $10.00 Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Track Coals, from -1.00 to 10.00 Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Sucks and Coatees, from 2.S0 to fl.00 Gentlemen's Fine Cloth and Cassimcre Pants, from S.00 to -1.00 Satin and Silk Velvet Vests, Plain and Fancy, being the only kind of this quality for tale in this place, from 2..iO to -1.00 Roundabounts and Pea Jackets, 1.0U to 3.00 Shirts, ...
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
fliENUH MISMNOKsi ! ! } TRENCH MIRINOS for Cloaks! The largest _ and most splendid assortment ever offered in lancaster, and comprising every shade and color, low opening and for sale low at the New York itore. CRIEr,, HART & GILBERT, r.ancastcr. Oct. 16. 1817.—tf FRINGES! CLOAK FRINGES!! lj . FRINGES of every variety of widtli and color |^ to mutch French Merinos at the New York Store. URIEL, HART & GILBERT. Lancaster, Oct. 16, 1717.—tf I CASHMERE PLAINS ! "~ I 'OR Cloaks, Drcssc?, &.C. A large and well sc-^ lected assortment, comprising some new and lUidUliful styles for children's wear, now opening [at the New York Store. I Oct. 16,-lf ORIF.I,, IIART&.GILRERT. iiiurrns! cloths !! cloths m? t 1LACIC, Blue Blacft, Brown, Green and every IjL) other color, from the best French and English (manufacture?, rroiii S1.7.> per yard upwards, from Ilu: BoMou and New York Markets, now opening .-iI the New York t-tore. ~ " ()cl. 1 U-tr (JRIEI., HART &...
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
GREAT IMPROVEMENT. T» P- STEWARTS Patent Air-Tight and X_ . Hot-Air Summer and Winter COOKING STOVE, for Wood or Coal. Sold only at No. 86, Baltimore Street, Baltimore, by the subscriber, liaring the exclusive right to sell them in the States of Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia and all Pennsylvania west of the Susquehanna river. (This celebrated Stove has now a character which [no oilier has ever attained, and has been often vnough and long enough tried to warrant the dec. laration that it is the best Cooking Stove in America, and should any doubt it I am ready to test it with any other stove, cither as a fuel saver, or complete operator. It has never bean surpassed, if ever equalled, and I have any amount of testimony substantiating the assertion. The first premium was awarded to this stove at the fair of the American Institute, New York; the first premium by the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia; first premium by the Mechanics' Institute, Boston; Erst premium by the ...
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
WRIGHTSVILLE FOUNDRY ' I THE undersigned having recently established I in extensive Iron Foundry at Wrightevllli", York county, Pa., ore now prepared to furnish Stoves, Hollow-wareCar and 3MTachinery Casting's of the best quality of material and workmanship at short notice. Our assortment of STOVES is Urge, and of modern and approved pattern?, consisting of PLAIN WOOD and BOILER TOP STOVES, vfall sixes; NINE PLATE COOK, "VIC . TORY COOK," "COMPLETE COOK"—for wood or coal—And other COOKING STOVES. Aiso—COAL STOVES, of the latest designs and all sizes, suitable for Parlorc, Chambers and Offices. Also, BOAT STOVES, BOX STOVES, CHARCOAL FURNACJtS, <$•<:., $r., Sjc. HOLLOW-WARE. Our assortment of HOLLOW-WARE consists of Potp, KetLlcs, Ronnd and Oval Ovens and Lids, Skillets, Spiders and Lids, Cook.Pots, Deep and Shallow Pan?, Bread Pans, Griddles, Andirons, Wafflcirons, Gridirons, Spittoons, Wagon and Carriage Boxes, &.C., &c, &c, together with...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
Sale by Order of the Orphans' Court. "TTATJJAnLE property in tlie Borough of Co lumliia, T^ncai-tor County, Pcnna., late the estate of Christian Brcncmnn, dee'd. In pursuance to on order of the Orphans' Court of Lancaster County, will he exposed to public sale, on Saturday the 13f/t duy of November ne.\t, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Public House ol Joseph Biack, in tho Hero ugh of Columbia, :i1I the right, title and interests of Christum Brcnctnon do. ceased, in following valuable real estate, sidmtcd in the said Borough, to wil:—Two large F1UKVROOF BRICK WAREHOUSES, and hots of Grouniit bounded East by i)\c Pennsylvania Railway, and extending to the river shore near the Susquehanna and Tide \V«tcr Canal, and Front Street, and between the Columbia Bridge und Pennsylvania Canal B.isin. The said Lots arc in width 117 feet, more or less, fronting towards Front Street, and 293 feet in depth. The facilities afforded, by the various Canals and Ra 'ilrnnds for tlie transporta...
Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
NEW FALL GOODS fTMIE subscribers lia\*c just received their supply _L Fall nnd Winter, Foreign and . Domestic Dry Goods, (o which tlicy invite tho a I lent ion of llieit friiMids and the public generally. CLOTHS, CASSIMEX.ES, &c. Their slock consists of superior French, and Riifflish Bl.-ick, I5lnr\ IIiwn, Mixed, and Olive Clutlis; plain and Fancy t'assuncre, Sillinets, Tweeds, .Tc^ns; Velvet and other Vesting?. Giv dc Rhine, Swiss and Matleona Dress Silks ALPACAS.—Plain, Pljid, nnd Striped, nt IS, 2, 1 ; , 31, 37, 50 cts., &.c. English, German, and French Mcrinocs; Plain Paris Cashmeres and Dc Laincs, Lama and Tarlcr Plaid*. French, Earlston nnd Manchester Ginghams; Prints oi" every style and price; Plain und Plaid Lin'-eys; Tuper Gauze and oilier White and colored Flannels. SHIRTINGS.—Three quarters, four quartern, Jive quarters, six quarters and ten quarters Bleached and Brown Sheetings, Blankcls, Tickings, Checks, Doeskins, &c. A splendid assortment...
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
J UST received a second supply of WALKING CANE UMBRELLASa handsome and useful article, which will be sold at the manufacturer's retail prices. Call and see them at J. D. ic J. WRIGHT'S. auH'47-ir. JOHNSON'S Super. E»ne»iial Wulnut Oil Military Shaving Soap, sunt-vinr to all others for shaving. SolJby R.WILLIAMS. au21'47-if. PAXEK " HANGINGS^ Y ARIOUS PATTERNS of Wall, Window anil Ceilin" Papers and Borders, of the most eleS ant modern ^^ - ^^ Columbia, April 7, \SA7. "TTTRIGHT'S Indian Vegetable Pills or \\ Indian Purgative, nnd Indian Vegetable Syrup warranted genuine For sale by auai'47-tr. R. WILtiAMS. X:«Hs ntttl Spiii.cs. QnrkKcgs NAILS, SPIKES and BRADS.— &\)\) Jiisl received and for sale at reduced prices by RUMPLE & HESS. MILL and CROSS- 2VT SAWS, of Roland's best. For sale at manufactures prices by RUMPLE & IIF.SS. Columbia, April 7, 1817.—tf
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
DOCTOR ROliEY'S Brazilian Hnir Curling Liquid. For sale by R.WILLIAMS. a.ili'17-tr rrnrs oil. T UST rcceivctl and for sale at the Hard war Store of RUMPLE & HESS Columbia, April 7,1847.—tf I NTI-AGUE MIXTURE. A warrant* \ cure fur fever and ague. For sale by R. WILLIAMS. N. Tl.—Th(»re is none genuine but that sold hy 2l'-. Williams. ou2l'47-tr. R. 4 //. BULL'S Compouiii! Evtnct of Sar-a J\_. parilla foi sale by R. WILLIAMS. nul 1'47 If BAG CLASPS, Pur«o and Bag Twist, Steel Beads, Purse and Bug RinRS and T.i«sil.— For sale by R. WILLIAMS aul4'4«-u T»EKIN TEAS of all kinds, to he bad fresh. X at YOUNG & CASSEL'S Store, No. M. Colombia, aag. 7,1847—If VBIUREliVAB. I N '' rcat variety varying in price from 31} cents and npw.rd j*& spANGLER . a Columbia, Aug. 7,1847—tf
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
PUBLIC SALE. THE subscriber will offer at Public Sale, at the House of Daniel Herr, on Tuesday the 2nd day of November next, at 7 o'clock in tlie evening;, a two story frame /*A DWEIA.lXd IIOVSE , iHSL and lol ofground in Walnut Street, in the borough o[ Columbia, a lew doors above the German Re. formed Church, adjoining the property of Ilie widow Mayp, and now in the occupancy of the widow O'Donncl. The said Lot is the southwestern half of Lol Xo. -11 in the plan of the Borough, extends in front on Walnut street thirty icel, and in depth one hundred and niiicly feet to a public alley. Possession may he had immediately if desired. Terms will be midc known and attendance given at the time of sale by JOHN F. HOUSTON * Attorney, for the Heirs orjoWjttcKissick, dec'il. Columbia, ' October 9,1*47—1L Stoves? Stoves. n^flE subscribers have constantly on hand a j_ lull assortment of Wood,Coal, and Cooking Stoves of every size and description, Cannon Stovep. Also, [leadenburg's Patent Al...
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
NEW COLUMBIA TEA AGENCY I I'OB THE SALE OP THE SUPERIOR TEAS OP i Jenkins & Company, TEA DEALERS. PHILADELPHIA. r|*MIE Subscriber has taken the Agency for Uic sale of those excellent Teas—has received and will bo kopt supplied with a full assortment ut Greens and Blacks of tlio various kinds and qualities ; and which it is confidently believed will, on trial, speedily tako the preference in this community over all other Teas. They are in neat packages of iJ, and 1 Ib. each, labelled with their name, the kind of Tea and price, with a metallic as well as paper envelope for preservation of the quality, hiving full weight of Tea in each. ' One of the Partners of the concern (who selects the Teas) learned this difficult business of the Chinese themselves, having resided among them many years, at Canton, engaged in the Tea trade. Possessing this extraordinary advantage, the ability of the House is unquestionable,and may be relied upon for furnishing, not only safe, but also, the...
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 23 October 1847
I^EMUEIITON'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, for tho reinoval and permanent cure of all diseases anting front an impure state of the blood. Prepared only by W. A. LEADER. »epl24'47.tf ' "WINTER'S COMING." A KEVEBV. TliecnUwlndnliOiituinn ilgli mclnVrthe lc», And Hie Storm-«i>iritfrolic» In Horrible olee ; On the lir«"i«t of ll»« &nm\ ilie ncrc forest-leaves float. Ami Nature' " voice tvhbpers "' .Van, 4«j !*« o Coal '¦• What Snow? by my faith I «em turning lo stone ; Tlie CnM' * a goud Ihlnt. bill l« unelesl .linns. No Inncer in Bmnmer"« lisht livery ilr'wd. 1 must Have HinUr Drapers, Pant!, Skirls and a VtiX ! And now, where «? buy rheapeM. nnd where to buy bt»t And where ran 1 b« most becomingly drewed: ' • Ay there la th* rub''—let tn*t are : In the " Spy, Fun»a loomi up the tallest, Til c«i there and try! The wind thunder* *' Co '." and the i«torni-iPirit prances And the ertdylnc flood with the forest-leaf dances. And Nature annlauria—while m etppant ri...