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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 5 February 1848

MKlErifl%T T\ILOKS. Xn. 70, Soulli Third St. ii.'i.rl> npjio-itf tlic Cxcimiiifi*. l'!ulml.-i|.hut t -p. • i.idly Tin.K.im.-r I.) ill. ir in-ntls niut tlit" put In- i... :li.v itr>- r..n--:iutk ^rcp:iri*d to ni ;ik.: m order ul :. > ti.ii -i :md [,*"-\ mm.-mil-. immI at Tin'di-nitr pnc. s .-. r 1 mill.-1 <t- r,'t-lmi-i:il.lc Cli.ihinj. niji-titutui^ ;i (»¦!.' il.it. ~ WM.l|«'i»-* InrwtiU'll Ilirii Culiipl.-l,- sl.,ck ,M ,',w ' l ¦ i mi'.Iv -. ii 1-1. .1 ridili- < ' :-—mi'-n--. \ . -im. - \. 1.1 ;'.. i:i'.--t .i.i.l Mo-i dt.-,i.ti>it' p.-HtMNs, ;iri- piiri.citl.ii i in-jr own pr:n*lu:il know l<nU>f uf iln; hu*-!iin.i r'i-1 i |"T il :im iili.ni in ,-\,-i\ fjimiii-nt. oii:ilil<-- iik m n uiv- '-tuin- -,m-l,i.-U')n. :tu<t \n Imlli oM and h--m rii.i..n. <i- i!i-v ru jM-.:Uiill) tmili.i .ui ur. it.ition lo (in c :li* m , J "si\ intr Ii' 1 ''" :or > r;ir- i-omiri t«>.l w nli -ninr of in.- S" 1 *:...

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 5 February 1848

IDortrn run nnurnm tihei You aic a cunning tln«f I Kimw. Who siole thr iv!:ilenc«s of the snow. Thai mrilchlc*-* l>o--oin toiuloru; E*en r.r.-w iIil- rosy Mu-h of irmm Is Jlashi'ic o'erihy bea>iri'ons oli-.-rk. Coquetting wall tii** s-iiitlf- *o -.wi'i-i:-Yihi stole llit-iii oil Oh' I know all your winr.inff fti!c.s—You «tole I'm in lrom ilir- Gra»*c-." «=iiu!i Thc sweenies winoli your bre.ulium Was MoMi 'irortitV lih-beii—And nptist cli'Ti it-"-, dipt tti Jew, Give lo iho^L" biuslu.iir up- tjii'ir h.i(*—You cunuius ros;iie I lon^ had known ynur iln.-vtnjr rut — Hut, HtU'rnll. jousHoK- mv benrt: O. nn«rliij Jvw. TC\fiw my wrongs. To tliee liic (irctidml t;i.-l; Lfloiiffi . Bi.:. lftliou'li nut <.iia-,ti-« her charm 1*1! lock her up v\ itlnti i\\c-c nrnn, Ami litd-- tin: kf\

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 5 February 1848

OHBAT 'S&P&^g* W-iTrilES ami JEUTLRV, ol Hi' J^QZ-YZtt "'^"I'AOKI.PniA WATCH -% .nd Slr*«*i. (nni'-r of Oji-trry ;.,].! 1,1 wr \V.i:iMh-.IuJ| if««-|Ii'.1.1 = carat en".*-*. ?J' W -ih. rl.i'Ur \\;.t. li.- -.fnll k'«,.]],.,(. -nn >ll\«T t.r\, T WfltCIl"-. M-U'IljI'WI'N. I-l"' -Jh.-r I,.'pi,,r \\ atrl,. ^ j.-u.-Ik-d, tiiu-t qual.tv, I ¦ '"" -.iji. nor < JiiiirtHT Winch"-. " H'"" .iut.itii)n tluarm-r WalL-Ufs. Jim • <.MS| ,:.H.... -„, ¦ lll.-Ml\,T >];•clfll I.- =. 17 ". ml.! llnir* lei* w nil i(1pn7 <=lonc<-. :i' -" .. -idii-CJolil |»,*iiciU. K, 4-jirais. ai«i c.iiii i'in._r,. r Km.j^ a;; ecm* 10 5*—Wmrb r.ln«- t|i "" '-- " "'- ¦ pi"<*nt I-? I -i ¦> . ' >. OHkt nniflr- . ' .riii-nriiMii .nl -..Kid-, ^iirr.inlcd to ]«• -aIijiI lln*\ -in* ¦"' '' |(l . r- O COXRAI' On li.itul. -oiii.- (;,,]<1 n]lli sd\i*r Lovers, l^cinnvt a» • lin.li.r- Lu-.-r ih-ut I!,,- ;i|, n\,- prn-cs. Pliil:i<lt'1i)luti ...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 5 February 1848

COTTGHS POLBS, Asthma nnd Cousnmption.~Tl.e Indian \J Veeetalili: ¦ 1- thf only reuK-iij that can arrpt with certainty tin- v.iri.m- puliM..u.irj ...Tfction, u.i.l.-r whipli llion-iiuil. -ink uilollii! straw. No o.ii' <-v. r u-il tin' llaUnm npconluii! to tlireriionunl.OH, UuJuis.' r-ll.-r. Il Po-mvely euros Asthma, br,...-..Inn- Iiill-iiiiiilion of tin- I.uiiff* anil lliront. Couu'h-C.,1.1. ' \\-|.ixi|,ii,i: Conu-h. I'ronp. Ooii-i,,i,pl,on. >\'' ll .loi ' s -111 11 pKiluis.-. ami nil that 1- n-kv-il 1-J11-1 'o mi - '; 11 n fair irinl. anil it « ill "1 once prove il» .ujifnorltJ oxer t-\.-rv thliiL' of Iln- kind , , 11 ¦I 'll " .- Iiuhan Vi-ir.-nd.lf lial-nm '- pn-pnrM . only bv II M. l'r..U:..r.l \'liilivlL-l,,!i.-.i. :. «1 «> , -«'c ,y AV «.=ll.ro.ik .V ¦a pa,,"l.-r. A-. «-nl lor Coliiiuliin : •' ¦ Aiiilor-on. Mnri-.-ua ,.p s. K.ua.««..«u,b,. W a,.i i-^^' i^- " ;r

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 5 February 1848

TOOTH TJLSW A I nir spt of Tec Hi foe 25 Cents. While Tcrtlu .1. IVihI Ilr.'inh. llcnltliv Cimip. Yellow nnd ITiiIm-iiIiI-v oi-ili. ini.-ronc- or luir- ulcmipil with JO\K> * -\v" V.U TOOTH r.WI'i:. Imrc Hit: appearance of flic nn'- * '.miilid norv. and. nt tli< 1 nsmif inno it n so pcrli-cih liorrnl nnd . Mpii-ii^lv (me thnt U- ennstnut dailv ¦ -" ¦ * hiyhlv advnijtncoou*.. .'vt'ii 10 thoiw leoih thai are m md cnndiiK.n. iri\iiiir tlirin a liPtiiiniul puli«li. ci)i<l I 1 ^* •iiinii: n pr.*m;itnr<- di-city. Time- ulrcarh decayrJ ' '• *'vl-iiN frr-in ti'-i-omnii: wor-i*—it nUn laj- ' tpii" fuc!i <•» '¦ I oimnir loi!«.(•. and by pcr-evprnncp it will reiuS'T r fi»ul"-T u oili <l.*licnt«-ly wlni**. nnd mnkoi the Im 1 *!* ¦linioii-ly sweet Price *Wtir;C{ crtiTR n)K>x. For ci>'c K. WILMAM? Columbia., Arimsi 17. 1 = 17—Cm

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 5 February 1848

w»IG AX.lHX&XtJl.cs A f"v dnz. Conifs firirly & llriilralli' s fflii" iJL Aiiimn.n 'I!,.. !,..„! vimnniu i.i iii.- M..,ert,, .,,. ' , "Mii<lionn'K]:v|.o<.|;i,> n o, tlif nwtut m,ii!.rr,|vn« r^ Piomctol t!iM)r|lJ|..l!on.v n rotnic -i inir -in In ih** richest ihinc. " of t!i< Oni' r Tu«-i ri-, ' -. iv. ri ' nt ° Decker ¦ « . WWBBOOX I. WAVW.n

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

LPICL-KEilV OF LANGUAGE. [We do not know how many readers we have who will enjoy as we do, the fallowing exquisitely Tiiquant and skilful exercise of rarity and niccness of language. I* is a poem which we find in the American Review, full of benuly and oddity in sentiment and verification, but a curiosity, ^nnd a delicious one, we think,) in Us philologic iluvor. U"hnis the author ?1 tXAMJME: A BALLAD. Iv •.fti'"- tlie> were n*.1ien and ^olicr ; The lc.i\ft> tl'i'y wer« crisped and sere—T 1 '-- I' -iiv.-s i!i'-y witc wn luring and sere; I- 'in* ni'.' iit m lit ' 1 l<JNi--.om<* Ociober Oi my niO't jriiiiiLinoriiil year ; L\.,i± li:inl by iln-'lim liikc oi'AiiImt, In [In " iiu-1) !" i«l region of Weir—Ii w:.-, ihnvn bj the itank tmn of Aiilirr, I'llhi-g' :oiil-!i:iiiiiu-il woodland of Weir. Ilrr" fi".cc. iliroiuh an nllry Tittime, Ui rvjrct-. 1 roiinictl with my Poul—Ol cjiTf*>«. vwih l*-yclie, my Poul. Ti.'^c tt'Ti 1 t!.ij •• u]ii*n iily hvnri w...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

INTHKMA1TKR of the intended applicatttHi of Kl> »KCCAKIii;itM:iN.tu tin-Court of ({iiarLer^Mxioni. nl tlie April 'IVrin, l^-Hfor lirens^ to kt*ep a tavern iiMhc JJoroiijjh of Columliin, it bchi^ nn old stuiid. other, the idea seemed ^l^allgc ' , hctlinu^!>t peop't: would tulk nmnzinnly if he did. No,hiSi marrying days were over, he decided. * ~ People saw him buttoned up in his good hroadcloth, going ste.idily ubout Ins bn^ir.i'^s, und in.ikinp his liilecn hundred n ycir, nnd never suspected fine atom of the roinunee which jnid taken po^bcs-Hian of his naturally sjoud heart. One rl.iv he took ;i lilllt; drive to the liltIc stiliurban vill.igc in u-l.ich tlic widow lived, and, leaving his; elniu>i;.it the inn, Btrolled up the Ijiip in which her cott.igo stood.— He had no idea of making a c.ill, not the slightest in the world, he only wunlei! to see tlie pluer. It was a very small cottage; two gentlewoman living on seventy pounds a year could not afford a Urge h...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

Select ©ale. THE JD0LJ3LE SURMISE BY MARY HflWlTT. Mr. Joseph Hilyard was a rich dyer in one . our lurge rnunufauluring towns, a plodding, hun headed man oi business, who never lost bi ght i the main chnnce but once, jnd that was when i married old Green's daughter, with seven thuusan pounds io her fortune, instead of Ellen Strettoi who had nothing, lie aoon found ouL his rnistaki for Jiis wife was one of tho&e unhappy-tetnpere women who make everybody miserdble uboi them. Kllen StrcUon married also two years a terwards, not for love, I am sorry to say, und wu not more happy thun he. Her husband, whoa name was Trevisham, was also a dyer, as hard headed man us Hil yard, but without his good qual ties. He wan always in law with somebody; Ii had a desperate lawsuit with Hilyard about th fence of Lticir drying grounds, which unfortunntel adjoined; it was hut a small thing- loqtuirrel abou but, Jike a rolling snowball, it grew at every turr and, in the end, brought on his r...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

WESTBROOK. & SPANGLER EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Prnlin" OJftec—Frt'M Street, opposite Barr' p Hotel p«»rco«o» Office—LociibI Strret, opposite tile V. O. _ ..,.. _|he Culumdh 3pv i» nubl'mlii'i! every ciurJiv innrninp at the low price of ONE DOLLAR A vriS'lN ADVANCE, or on.'dollar and fifty tents, if ¦ hi ' u-kIiiii onp month of the time of subscribing. ;°;, P lec» * i " >. TIIREB CENTS. IbBMsoF advertising—/vdverlisemeuls rmt exceed-«so'un 1 ilirfemnes forSl. and 25 cfnts for each .a.imnaiiinerllnn. 'IHose of n greaterlenmli I,i pro"IrliiiR. ^^ librral discount made to yearlyadver""/> ' » PBK.T1VO — Such an Hand-bill*. Po«tiiijr-bills. rlr\ * Lnliftln. I'ainphletp, BlankB of every description !• rcul ' arri etc. etc., executed w it li neatness and despatch indiiii reVsoiiaMcterms.

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

3j" 4 Whnt*a that you sny ?' said Mrs. Partington, rnifiing her cyc-brows and peering" nver her »pectac!es , *scnt Cuahivgs and Pitloic* to the Mex-«<"«.' Well, now, I declare that's worse than 'ending Santy Anna,* Here she went on wilh her lilting, and continued [softo «oce] 'Sent n Pillow *o Mexico ? Well, now, if that ain't giving » nid "nd comfort, 1 then I don't know! I wonder wba 1 Mr. Ritchie will wy to it ?—Boston Pott.

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

From the Data via Times GREAT WESTERN'S HORSE TRADE. There is a certain individual in this State who rejoices in the name of the " Western Railroad Jockey,* 1 or more commonly, the " Great Western," a man who is half horse and whole Yankee. He was the keenest chap in trading nags that was ever raised in New England, and " canny Yorkshire*' could not produce his match at " taking in the flats.*' The fame of tliit excellent man at length reached the ears of another adept in the same profession, living somewhere tip on the Vermont line, equally skilled in horse-flesh and the tricks of trade, but not (" curses on partial fortune! 1 '} equally renowned. When the Northern Nimrod—for he was quite a sporting character, heard of his rival's reputation, and particularly of his boast that he could 'pick up any man living, 1 his pride was seriously hurt, and hearing tlut the 'Great Western' was to be at u particular spot, on a particular day, for the purpose of trading horses, he determined...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

Hon. James Buchanan.—The Democratic Convention of the 4th of .March, at Ilarrisburg, have settled the long mooted question " who is Pennsylvania's favorite son ?" by nominating the gentleman whose name heads this paragraph for Uic Presidency. Mr. Painter was named for Canal Commissioner. The News by the Biuttania indieatcs a decline in bread el lifts, while cotton lias advanced. The Irish are still starving. We give the following, cliped from iha Erie Gazette, as fully embodying* our views on the sub' jeet to which it refer?; and would assist our friend of the Gazette in his endeavors to secure simply "sheer justice 11 to country editors, and the interest of their journals, by urging upon them the necessity of raising their voices, and exerting their influence, against this uniform law for newspaper post ago the direct operation of which would be a death blow to their own circulution: Newspaper Post ace,—A letter has been exhibited to us from an aulhoritivc source in which it is...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

IlKAIl THE MOST RKMARKADLX Cl-HE EV.KB RECORDED —i>«ar Sir: Having experienced prcal beinfii from \rnir invaluable medicine, I l«el ilray duly und privilege lolti the world know what it has done for me. Possessed oi a ftrong constitution nniurally, I had enjoyed perfect hc-ullh previous to the sprinpof 1&43, whcnl wits troubled with a difficulty in my left side, attended with considerable pain. Sometime in July ] wns violently attacked with a cough, which continued until fall; ilivn I uus confined to the house 8 months, during \i-lnch lime my cough was very severe. I frequently had (*|>elJs of ct>hl-Iiing- which lasted two hour* ; daily raised large <umntUv,i of disagreeable mutter. accompHinVd with blood. Sonit:-time I raised a quart of blood aia time. I consulted three physician*, all of whom did their best lo restore in.- • Kiive me up ; said they could do no more for iiiu ; I jm^ uiv ; it was impoftttltle for me lo live but a short Urni1 — O...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

SPmC BUSINESS Already do we see evidences of the commencemerit of Spring Business in Columbia. The very visage* of our business men speuk Lhc fiicl, that they are tired of tliu monotony and dullness oftlie winter, and hail with wy the day when their duties eholl call their energies intu mental and physical activity. All tilings seem to be ready for a fair start. The Stale lias repaired the works over which bUc had control—tlie basin has undergone a thorough cleansing, locks have been repaired, wharH) built, &c., for the accommodation and con- vcnicncc of those who patronize * her improve- ! racnls, while our forwarding and transportation ' men have left nothing undone, that would in any I way enable them to be prepared to enter fully and heartily into business. We observe that their boats and cars have all undergone repair, and they deck the bosom nf the canal, or the track of the railwny, in a\\ lhc colors of the rainbow. The boat yards of Messrf. Simpson and Bowers, ...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

The Senate.—This as&oc ' uiion, of wliosc proceedings we have kept our readers advised, adjourned in a very singular und unexpected manner, on Tuesday evening last, slopping one of ils members in the midst of his speech, by a resolution for adjournment until November nexu We were sorry, on entering the hall, to find that Uic Tcsolulion had carried, and the body actually dissolved. We muat say we have, on many occasions, enjoyed a *' (cast ol reason" icom ilicir deliberations, and, on Tuesday evening, joined them, by invitation, after the adjournment, to enjoy, ns we thought, thn " flow of soul." But our Row of soul was a little disturbed by hearing of the conduct of several of the mcrn. bers in relation to ourselves. Previous to adjournment, a member offered a resolution tu lhc effect that a vote of thanks be given by ihut body to the editors of the Spy, for llitir flittering notices, from time to time, of the Senate, &c. As a matter of course, the gentleman offeri...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

TVTIBIIT HAWKS always on Imnd and for sale X M..rJfi II. l-K-,f "• ^AHU iK^ CO. j CIiOTHIJVG AT COST I r PllE subsfribcr, ia consequence of liaviji; (o L iimke . iipw sirriingciiH-nts lor fiirinir. oftV« )»* »-'»• tin- siork.,1 HKApV^lAIlK CUrftilSii. al POST.-i I er-ons in want of Mien artich-. will here fiml great m-; «l.ir*-n,.-,,,s u« 1h*K(kh!s are all got up in good stv k.mul ^'llj"-*olcliiipriim-i-«wi. b 'j. fv. 1-MHHI-ai v , " vrry fr< " Ml %lIock ofClotlm. Cii-iin.T.-s. .-uid \ • ¦ j tinjii*. wliu-li I would like to sell ut -mull ndvmirM. EPBJCNa A AD SUMMER FASIIIOXS. Just received at i i Y( .' u:vo*S Tailoring KMablishment. l'«-r«m* wishng th.-ir work cut and made in the most fashmnabk and bt-Mfttyle for the ensuing Reasons, will do well !•>' r-ulLiiR on the Mibscriber, as he flntiern himself in sajiiiff Him be can do HiingR iip "according to Guiitcr."' Ami will dPvni- bis Hiteniion to i|c buimiTss. Hctvmirriliiftkmdarkn owletlfnncni* to hi* cww" lor pa-t...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

GEXuRAm Soott and Worth.—The New Orleans Delta, has published, in a supplementary sheet, the correspondence, some of which has been previously published, of Generals Scott and Worth, rclalivc lo iJic late difficulties in lhc army, subsequent to the publication of the army orders, censuring severely certain letters written to the United States. It is briefly as follows: (Jen. Worth addressed a letter to Gen. Scott, stating that he learned with astonishment thai il w.ia the opinion of the army thnt the imputation of scandalous conduct, mentioned in a general or. der, referred to him, and asking if such was lhc intention of the Commander-in-chief. Gen. Scott replied tint the order clearly express* ed Uiat he meant 1o apply ilie imputation to the au. tlior uf the letter signed "Leonidas.** Gen. Worth rejoined, nnd said timt he did not consider the answer satisfactory. Gen. Scott replied Ihat he could not be more explicit. He had nothing lo do with the suspicions of others, nnd, if he ...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 11 March 1848

a Christmas parly, high or low, iln-ongliout England, u-licrc there was more Irnelove and kiniiheurlcdness lo be found. After this day the course of this true love was so exceedingly smooth and sunshiny, that it certainly would have become monotonous, had not Mr. Josopli Hilyard insisted on a wedding by way of variety; so the wedding was held in May, The young people lived in a small, but handsome liousc, not far from the iSncYe'a large square 'one. Mrs. Trcviehmn htill kept on in the cottage, though she was not mueli tfjerc, (or Kilty and her husband insisted on her being mostly with them.— Very loflen, too, Mr. Hilyard was there; and as ho iiad of late grown so wise as not to care for what people might say when a good action was in qucslion, he made up hie mind lo persuade the vt idow Trevishnm to give up her cottage altogether, and remove tn his large, squnrc house in the character ofhiewifc. The wedding dinner, and the Chriatmae dinner, were eaten together on the 25th of Do. c...

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