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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
" DIDUiC BELTS. Jnrt received another supply of JL\j the improved GUMJ3UASTIC RIDING BELTS FOR LADIES wlio arc subject lo pain in the wde while riiJing on horseback. Alw Gimi Elastic Money Belts. For sale by aplS-48-tf -\V. A. LEADER. laiXTiiS oznonrs. ANY quantity of Little Onins fast received and for sale by • WM. A. LKADEKApl'48-If CAXPTSB. A LARGE stock of Carpets just received at W, 4 S. PATTON'S, winch will be sold much tictow the usual pneca, apV2*4S-ti"
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
CHEAPEST XN XBZ2 WORLD QTE.WI Refined Sugar Ccndiw, Twelve find n i_) hull" ceutB per pound. Wholesale. J. J. HK'HAiU)- hOXXo 4-J - Market btrect. IMiihid.'lphuitakes pleasure in itifornini^' ihi; public, tlnit he vull conlinucs to "i-ll his very Buperior Sieinn Kefmed Cnndy nt xha low price of t?lii 60 por 100 His., unit the imnhty is cijuiil to uuy manuuictureil in the L'uit.:d Siines. Hi* itUoofft-Tt jill kinds of poods in ihc Confectionary nn<i l-'ruit Inn; at corresponding* low price.*, us quick sales and small profits are the order of Ui« day. Call or seiul >our ord-:rsund you cannot fuil to he satisfied. Don't forgot the number. ]•* Mnrket street. J. J. UlCIlAKlJSON. Philn. F«b, 20, 1&4-—3m
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
UIVrBB-SLIr^S A ND Parasols Cheap. WILLIAM A. DROWS, Urn-.XlL brclla and parasol M:iuuitiriiirrr, SI Market riireet Fintadelhia. Dfaler*. itt UinUrelJiiN Odd Puni-ol*, wi-.liing lo ¦ purchase linnd-oine f^ood-., of superior quuliiy cheap, are invited to cull ai my Msnmuietory nnd Store N'o. tij Murkel htreet. one door hclow 't'lurd tstreet. wli«re •¦very variety of Umbrella* and Pani-oU. ure -^old ch eapvt llinn ihcy can elsewln-re be obitiined. A call when you visit Philadelphia i* TC(\ar.<\o(\. An examination of my yooiK will fcui^iy you that it vmII be to your intercut lo purrlm-e ot'ine. Orders by letter will receive Mrict attention, nnd goodfl selected adapted to your iiiarketu. Phila. Tel>. SO, ls4e*—am
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
•The lowertraslc nmoni: the r^nplc. whose .mmlion in flmdoftan n "imilar to tlial of the u^grof amonpiw. \ The sacred looks of the Himloo> fair young girl was singing while &hc pluyfulfj fastened wild flowers in his hair. Never inhumai eyes shone a light so intense as beamed from th< young Hindoo! He was afraid to speak, he vva: almost afraid to breathe, lest the lovely vision ehoulc vanish. The maiden searching for new flowen skipped through the bushes that separated them but when she met the steadfast eagerness of hii gaze, she screamed and fled, dropping half hei flowers. When Manou recovered from his aston i&hmcnt, he sprang after them, but tucy were no where lo be seen. The quick tropical blood leaped tn his veins un der this new excitement; and when he entered the hut, his father was instantly struck with the fire ir his eyes, and Lhe flash on his check. " Ot>, father, 1 he exe/ttimed, M Z have seen two such bcAuiifu. creatures! One y...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
rom tlie New Orleans Delia THE SABBATH BELLS BY THEODORE A. COULD The bells of the holy Sabbath Are ringing" ow soft ami clear; And ibcir solemn and sacred music Fall pleasantly on llic cur; While their swc«i, persuasive summons, Recalls Ood'» high lic?i<>-t: '•Sixdnys shalt thou have for labor, Uul the svvetnh siittil be for rvm.'" Tim tools oftlifi weary workman Arc lyinp unhende<l now ; Ui» nrni lias "cased from toiling. And smiles piny over his brow ; For he li»ts 10 thn churdi-bells ringing And ' blefise* thathitfh behest: "Six day* »ha1t ihoii hnve for tabor. But the seventh nhall be for rest I" And ilie heart, no matter how stuftil, With a purer impulse swells, As it ttinlU loihe soothing cadence, Of the blessed Sabbath bells; For their tones, So calm and earnest, Are echoed within the breast: 11 Six days shah ihou have for labor, But the seventh shall be for rest!" Oil, n blessed day is the Sabbath, "With its sweetly clnming-bells; For the ...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
<&l)t IUovIlI ^VbVOQLT SEVEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE, Frota M'Makins Model American Courier, By the arrival of the steamship Caledonia at Boston, we are in possession of one week's later ncwB from F-«rop*. -. The Elections in France have closed, and the result is the entire success of the Conservative party. In the Department of Seine, Lamarlinc raccived the highgst number of votes. The National Assembly consists of 900 Deputies from all parts of thcNution. On the 4th of May, the da; fixed for the opening of the National Assembly, the members elect met, when the Provisional Government formally resigned into its hands tho power that had been conferred upon it. One of the first acts of tho Assembly was to issue a proclamation declaring to the world, in the name of the French people, that the Republic proclaimed on the 21th February, shall remain the form of Government in France. In Ireland, Smith O'Brien and John O'Connell have merged their past differences, and ag...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
WASHINGTON MONUMENT The corner alone of the National Monument 10 the memory of Gen. Washington is to be laid, with imposing ceremonies, in the city of Washington, on the 4th of July next. The Monument Association extend their subjoined invitation lo tho peop le of the United States to be present on tho occasion : National Washington Monument Office, f I May 3, 1843. \ The Null on al Washington Monument Associa-1 lion have already, through the board of managers, made public, tlie design to lay the corner-atone of the National Washington Monument, on the 4th of July next; and the undersigned have been appointed a committee to make the necessary ar-I rangemcnls for that occasion, which is one that appeals; directly tu the patriotism and to the heart of every American citizen. Throughout this wide country, every one is, or ought lo be, emulous to unite in this lasting token of veneration; which is to aid in transmitting to posterity the memory of him whose fame has spread throug...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
Uiljc iHcirkets 1'roiu .M'.Mnlcin's Model American Conner Philadelphia,Mny 27, iHie. C>ui,—The Hiipply of Anthracite i* yet limited, without change in pricci*. Bin i mi noun, 1ft a lfi} elf. per bushel. Coffek—The week'H »ules include 1,300 bag* Rio and Lnguuyrn, at 6| a 7| cw.4 mo». Domestic <jooew—The demand for the supply of the Weslern markets continue*, uctive, and prices are very steady. Fkathkus—Prices continue steady. Sales of 8,O0U lbs. at 3i n IW cw per lb. Fixli—Mackurel No 1. 89 a 10 per bbl.; 87,75 a &,&> for No. ii; nnd i*.V>0 a 6,23 for No. 3. Fx»lr ami sikaj>—Snles at &i, s7J a (V per bbl. for common to, fair ; and SO* I;? ! ati*£i tor choice hmnds, per UbI. Rye Flour—"rtfe* al 3,*j7J a 3,94 per bbl, (or Peuna. fiicirsr— Wheat—salts* nt m:tr,, I,:r7, I-'H , 1,4(1, l.i;l,l,44, and 1.4ft per bushel, according lo the qunlity. Rye—*«les of 2,500 bushels at 74 n SO ets. per bushel for Peuua. Com—25,(100 bush...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
Litteli/s Living Age, (weekly) for May 20, is received, and opens with a most delightful paper, 44 Memoirs of the reign of George HI., from his accession to the death of Queen Caroline. Hy John Lord Harvey." There arc many oilier excellent extracts from the last British Reviews, GoDEr's Ladies 1 Book for June has been re ccived. It is a. capital number. It contains its usual quantum of useful and interesting reading matter, two splendid lino engravings, colored Fash* ion Plates, Crochet Work, Music, Model Cottages, Work Tablet), &Q. Single numbers cm be bad b y sending 25 cents (postage paid) t'i the publisher, Publishers' Hall 113, Chcsinut Street, Philadelphia. The Ladies 1 Dollar Newspaper, is ulso sent otic year witli the Ladies* Book for S3. TJic Ladies 1 Book and the Columbia Spy can be had at this office, free of postage, for S3 per annum. The City Item offers a premium of Dombey &, Son and "Aristocracy, or. Life in the City," an ably written and deeply in...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
AGENCIES. V. B. Palmer i* duly aiitliurm'J i« r.-r.'iv«* «nh«fnpttons and advt*rti-fmi'itt^ tor iln- p.i|»«*r. m m«* ciin-. oi Philadelphia. Xow York, Uulumor.-. ami Jlo-um. ami receipt uierelur. B. AV Cars, niilnJelplim Jacob M. Wi^that:ffkr. r.iiric;*«t.*r * ¦ ity WiruiM A. l»irncK. Travelling AJ-VIH See Philadelphia Advertisements. Cokkespq:sde\ce.—" Jack Fustian ** will appear in oar next. •*To Marv D./»by A. R.JB, of Wrightsv.Uc, is worthy, but was loo late for this paper. It will appear in cur next. Gen. Cameron, U. S. Senator, will accept our thanks for a copy of the report of the Committee on the Judiciary, on the passage of a law l>y Con. grcss, to enable citizens of Slavcho'ding States to recover slaves, when escaping into non.Slaveholding 1 States. By reference to another column our readers will perceive that the Directors of the Columbia Bank «nd Bridge Company have agreed to allow a small per cenlage on deposits of money, upon the terms of some of the Savings...
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
The Cnors.—The Wheat crops uf Illinois, arc very promising. The Wheat crops of Virginia never presented a finer appearance than at present. The editor of the Howard District Advocate, Maryland, lias been shown several stulks uf Rye grown on the farm of Thomas McCrea, Knq. t of that place, measuring 7 feet C inches high. In Washington und Cecil counties, ihc Wheat has headed out, and the harvest promises lo be unusually abundant, and two weeks earlier than usual. — The account* from every part of the Slate are of the same character. The Trenton (New Jersey) Gazello says, the lute rains and tho warm sun have done and arc doing everything for vegetation that could be asked for. Every kind of crop is growing rapidly. Kvcry leaf and stem BCi-ms full of life, almost to burst* ing." Tho Reading Gazelle say», our farmers from all pans of the country tell us that the prospects of abundant crops of grass and grain were never better than at present. Tho editor of the Mercer Luminary, says:— ...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
Thirty-five millions more arc added to tho mus tcr-roll of freedom by the Austrian revolution. M*st Extraordinary Wort—The Married woman 's private MEDICAL COMPANION, by Dr A M. MAURICEAU, Professor of Diseases of Woman, Sixth Edition. IS mo. pp. 350. Prire SI. 25,0(10 copies sold in three months! Years of suffering, of physical and mental anguish to many an affectionate wife, and pecunianry difficulty to tlie hushand, might have bceu spared by a timely possession of this work. It ti Intended especially for the married, or those contemplating marriage, as it discloses important secrets which should be known to them particularly. Truly, knowledge is power. Itis health, uappinesn, affluence. The revelations contained in its pages have proved a blessing to thousands, as the innumerable letters to the author will attest. Here, also, every female—the wife, the mother, the one either budding into womanhood or the one in the decline of years in whom nature contemplates an important c...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
St. JooephV, Mo., \t crowded with emigrants on their route to California and Oregon. Two hundred and ten wagons had crossed tho river at that place.and forty or fifty at the ferry above St. Jw* scph's. The emigration this year will not be go large as that of last year—probaLly not numbering mure than five hundred men. The Mormons arc said to be crossing m large number* at Council Bluff*, and from 1500 to 2000 wagons aro expected to leave in a few weeks for the Great Salt Lake. Major Harris recently arrived at St. Joseph from the front camp of the emigrants. They were all getting on well, except the last, some 35 miles from the town—this pnrty vnm without a leader, at a place distant from water, and nearly all of their cattle lost—cither driven off by Indian*, or strayed away in search of water. Major Harris is to go out to California, in company with Col. Fremont, who was expected at St. Joicph by the 15th of this month. Why should not Louis Phillippe not resume the teaching of th...
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
Personal Beauty.—There is not a single individual among this vnm community of intelligent per^oiiK ^ liut whatjirvfern a plcaiing countenance and a Iteuiiliriil com. plexioti to a *allo\r mid rcpulnive visage. We love to look upon elegant portrait* of beautiful personage*, who were highly popular for their personal txrauty, n fair and prfpo*se«*ing complexion i* oft times a principal feature in the kucccub of yoiinj- l>pgiiiii<T« in iwsinrM, or hii or lier delml in tlie fafhiomible world; thousands of individuals who nre. now annoyed witli a sallow and repulsive complexion, diseased, erne ted, eVmpped and discolored skin, can, if they will use a* a Toilet Kmollient, that valuable skin purifier. RADWAY'S CJIINIvSK MEDICATED SOAP, po«T8s a* fair, pure, sweet and healthy skin as tlie fairest daughter of our race. If you bill knew the innnifotd virtue* of Radway'i Sonp, you surely would not be without n, its mysterious action on the skin cleansen the secretory re*sc!ri f...
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
APPEAL TO THE HUMANE Office of the Colonization Society, ) Walnut Street above Sixth, Philadelphia. \ Assured by several judicious friends that our community is not apprized of the efforts or the American Colonization Society, to extend the boon of freedom lo a multitude of slaves proffered gratuitously to it" care, we fee) it an imperative duty to state that no less than four expeditions are now afloat, bearing nearly 500 emancipated emigrants to Liberia. An equal number anxiously await our ability to send them. To secure at once' their freedom und settlement in the new Republic, we solicit the means uf meeting the generous overtures oi' some masters, and the bequests of others. This may be effected at the small outlay of $50 for each emigrant, the estimated expense ot the voyage to, und settlement in Liberia. Neaily two hundred of the slaves to be liberated, are on one estate and must be sent speedily to prevent the forfeiture of their freedom. Collections in the several chu...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
We have been requested to call the attention or the proper authorities to the condition of the gutters in different parts of the borough. It is necessary, for the health and comfort of all, during this warm weather, that the gutters, streeU, lanes and alleys, in every quarter of the borough, ahouId be kept thoroughly cleansed from all filth and dirt. Especially the gutters that arc covered with plank, where they are u fair lo look upon, bul within they are full of*' &c. Tut Guevt KMf. Storm which occured on lasl Friday afternoon, in the eastern poition ©€ tbU county, was probably the severest that this section of country was ever visited with. For several miles the grain.fields, orchards, gardens, &c., suffered serious damage. Near 100 feet of the Philadelphia, and Columbia railroad embankment, near Letnun Place, was so much injured as to render the road impassable, and considerable damage was also done to the road some distance below. Arrangements were promptly ...