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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
The Editor of the Farmers 1 Library has memorialized Congress for an appropriation to be applied, under the directions of the State Governments respectively, lo the establishment of institutions for instruction in Geology, Mineralogy, and Vegetable and Animal Physiology—in Civil Engineering as applied to Road-making, Dridgc. build ing, and other rural Architecture ; and also to instructions in the mechanical Principles on which depend the Laborsaving properties and efficiency of Agricultural implements and machinery,—an appropriation, winch in t. word, by insuring a more skilful cmploy men l of Agricultural labor and capital, will so far augment our solid wealth and power, and thus promote the welfare and " true glory 11 of our country. Tho editor slrongly urges Congress to do something for this lou much neglected interest of tho nation.
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
VIED. On the ai Jay of October la.!, at T«ui|>ico, in Mtxiro of Yellow.fevcr, in the 30th yc.r of hi. age, Jons I jx>ti. (laic of tliis Borough ) a member of Company D, 2d Re cunent. Illinois Vnlnntrera I XBB ffUAX IPONVENTION of PnnhBKn of Elegant and \J CHEAP CLOTHING, al price, extremely low, i« Mill in seuion at the Philadelphia Wardrobe, 105 CHESTNUT Street The itetmio n of this Convention i> conducted vrith unparralieled harmonyand tbe amount of business done is immense. Tlie President—P. R. M'NEILLE, assisted by numerous Vice Presidents, presides with great efficiency; and the Treasurer is kept constantly busy with] receiving money. The Delegates to this Convention are in fits of delight, and have unanimously consented to nominate F. R. M'Nktjxe, as GENERAL TAYLOR, Of the United Statci. If every one orthe 100000 patrons of the Philadelphia Wardrobeshonld vote for him— P. R. M'Neille, vrill prove a troublrsome nval toother Presidential competitors . We...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
Lake Superior Iron.—The steamer Champion arrived at Detroit, from Saul Saint Marie, on Saturday week, bringing several bars of Lake Superior Iron, manufactured at the Jackson Iron Coinpany's Works. The iron is pronounced by competent judges to be of a very superior quality. The bur* ore hammered from the tuugli ore, and whut is extraordinury, ii so pure that it is ready fur use without further process. The agent who came down, states that the texture of the iron is unusually fine, and with a slight process can easily be converted to the best article of cast steel. The present facilities for manufacturing arc two forges, capable of turning out half a ton a d*y, but several companies ate erecting works on different locations for extensive operations the present season. The works arc located eight miles from the Lake, on Carp river; and tho ore is found four miles above, in inexhaustible quantities. The surface of the country is undulating and covered with heavy pine timber. The ore ...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
The New York Evening Mm nan, containing the address of the New York Rough and Kcady Club, lo the people of the State of New York, lian jrtsl readied up. The sheet also contains all Gen Taylor's letters respecting the Presidency, The Bible Examiner, a neatly printed octavo newspaper, edited and publiehcd by George Stores, at 21 Sixth sticct, Philadelphia, is received. We have not time or opportunity to examine it sufficiently to form an opinion of its views; but observe that it finds fault with what it calls " the Passa-christiantzcd theology" of ** The fl ying Christian to his soul*' commencing " VttuI Spark of heavenly flame;" and from our haitty peraual of a few of its articles, we conclude that it advocates the ideas of the annihilation of the sinful, and the resurrection of the body—with a leaning towards ui'ounfl nr)vf>nlum.
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
U.MTUD STATES AfKBN'AX* t rnyetteville, N. Carolina, ,M..rch a, 1S47. £ Mr. 1-V.vi.k—lViir Pit : Having used, Heveral botllct of Winter's Hultum of Wild Cherry in my family, for ifie couiplnitit't for which it is recommended, with decide! beneficial effect, I cheerfully advise my friend*, and nil others who may need u medicine of that kind, to try it. (.. A. SCIIWARZMAN. N. B. W<* <Io not nnlc the public to rely solely upon re* coiiiiiKNidiiiiuns produced from Slates far iliMiint, \\her«J the persons i-tumot be known; but, having te-*tini(»ny from rvery Mate in tlie Union, we refer nil who have nuy doubts about tlie efllcftey of tin* highly popular uud useful inedu-inc, to their own neighbors who bavu used the article. Beware ol counterfeit* nnd imitations—Syrups, nnd nil other prt'pit ration a of Wild Cherry, llcnicmbcr, they only imitate in name, without possessing llic virtues. Buy none but the genuine mitt original Dr. Wisiur's Balsam of Wild Cherry. None genuine...
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
The death of the venerable Dr. Ash a be I Green, the Patriarch of the Presbyterian church, took place in Philadelphia on Friday last. Dr. Green was the first Chaplain elected by Congrcsx, and, we believe, the first moderator of the General Assembly of the Preibyterion Church, and first Procssor of Princeton College. One hundred and fifty-four deaths occurred in Phils, last week. Of Consumption 23, of I nfl a .nations 20, &c. Adults 57, children 97.
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
There is now no doubt that tho crop both of Maryland and Ohio, in 1848, will be lets than an average one. Str.ce the stagnation in tho Tobacco market, caused by the political changes in Europe, letters from different parts of tho Tobacco growing districts of Maryland hare been received, expresiu ing the determination of the planters to make less Tobacco than usual. The circulars sent by some of our commission merchants to their friends in Ohio, have had the effect of checking the prepara. lions for large crops in that State, and tho probabi. hly is that tho crop there will be under the average. Major Ge.ieb.al Pillow.—General orders have been issued from the War Department, containing the President's review of the finding of the Court of Inquiry in the cise familiarly known as that of " General Pillow and the two howitzer*." The President decides that there was an unintentional error of a material fact in the finding of the Court He finds nothing in the case for which General ...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
H«miisB(jno Fuxnace.—The llarriaburg Tele, grnpli says : i t gjvc, „, pleasure to state that the furnace of Ex.<; Ovcrnor Porter, in this place, which was burnt .bout seven weeks since, ha. been so far rebuilt u,,d repaired „ tu ^ jn ,,,„, j an(J j§ •aid l.iuurk admirnbl v
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
Langfeldt hits been convicted ul murtlvr in the firet degree The Baltimore Convention, after haying disposed of tfie claims of the rival delegations from New Votk, by admitting both to seats, with power to cust a joint vote, on Thursday, proceeded to ballot for a candidate for the Presidency. The several balloltings resulted as folluwa : FIRST BALLOT. Cass 125 Buchanan - - - - 55 Woodbury - - - - S3 D.IUs ... - 3 Culhoun 9 Worth - - - - - 6 [Tlie whole vote necessary to a choice, 1C8-— The delegates from Florida excused from voting. The delegates from New York not voting.] SECOND BALLOT. Cass .-..- 133 Woodbury ... . 55 Buchanan - - - .54 Worth ..... 5 Dallas - - 3 [Nccessscry to a choice, 1C1. New York not voting. Florida not voting.} THIRD BALLOT. Cass . . . - - 156 Woodbury ... 53 Buchanan - - . .41 Worth - ... 5 [Necessary to a choice, 1C8. New York not voting. Florida not voting.} FOU11TH BALLOT. I Cuss - - - - - 179 Wnodbury - 38 Buchanan - - - .33 Worth ....3 Butler ....
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
PZSRB.7 DJVIS'S Vegetable Pain Killer. For sale l»v ap»ri-tf II. WILLIAMS A. -WARIUUXTTED CURE. Tlie justly cclclirateil American Coui-Iiouml. Kor sulc l>y K.WILLIAMS. A. VBS.-ST Ql'PERIOR article of Common Polasli for mak-O i"K ^<>a|i. Fursulcliy R. WILLIAMS. :ip-J!r l-^-ll " Front Slrt-cl. Cultmilna, Pu. PROPRIETORS OF Ice Cream Saloons, Take Notice thai tlif snbbrrilier l ; :i- ju^t n*ci-ivfil n irc^h -npi»ly of V:nnlla Ilcum nml Oil (il Lemon nt verv low jim-<-» C'olutnl>iii,.\pril a», l^l-.-tl ' ' It WILLIAMS. CLOTHS AXI) Cassimcrcs at the lowest prices, at npSS"l—II" W. .V S. I'ATTOVS. HAMS AXI) Bacon of the brst quality at np'i!J~-lf W.4.S TATTOVS. SKIES BEEF , Dried Apples nnd Peaches, nt V. & S. iwrruvs. ciiisnp Cash sior.-. m iss'i'-if MUCH Celebrated Tea Berry Tooth Wash. l\.r«nlel.y 1!. WILLIAMS NEWS! NEWS!! "VfEWS AGEXCY. The Weekly Papers, from all _L\ tlu* prMi**iliul cilice, nuiy l>u I ' ouml iTtiy \n'rl-(iil tin:...
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
lyKTIVXSRSAXi \7ER)IIX DESTROYER. It lms long been the V Mink" oi * Pharmaceutics to produce a preparation rthieli would prove :i Sprciftc for I lie dust ruction ot'Itai. *. M!<•«•. Roache-., nud (Jliinci-.-, but every etfort has beeti fruitleis till the prcscin. After much -tiniy and cvperitiicut-. the propru'ior linn ¦jticcecduil in ili.-coverini; ;i ]>rcpiirntiou. wlitcli lie ^imntutecs will prove ciicciiiiil iu the 'uiiru uiuiiliilaiioii oi' the above named vermin. For -ale by AVAL A. LKADIMt. May *J0. Troui -trcct. DH, TOWNSEND'S CARSAPARILLA! Wonder and Messing of the i-3 "y—The nitiit oxtrnoniuitirj itietlicine in tin; world. Tin- J'xiract is put up in <]ii:trt l>ottlt's. It i-> -ix tim.:-, cheaper, plensaiiicr, nnd warranted 8ii|>trior to nny sold. 1: cure*diseases without vomitia™, purtfing, sickening, or dcliilitatinp the patient Tin: creitt beauty and puperiority of this Snrsnpnrilla over nit ottn-r remedies is. while it eradi...
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
BO! ! rOB. THE CrRBAT ^^^-^WIIIC CONVENTION in Phliadel-^Wg^j^^^^tfd'/forWATCHESaiidJF.WEI.RY. As tliere will tic thousands of persont visiting Philadelphia, to pnrticipute in the Great National "Whii; Convcnlion, to be held on the 7th of June nest. JACOI1 I.ADOMUS. No. 2411 MARKET Slreet, below I'.iL'Inl], first store, and LEWIS I.ADOMUS, No.4l:i MARKKT Street, nbovc Klevcnth. Xorth-tide, would resp4'cll ' ully inyilf nil persons wibhing _ to purchase uuy floods in our line to the following !i*l of prices of Watches, &c., of their own importing, Full Jewelled Gold Lever* IS tnral cn«e», - - :r, to-t<) Full Jewelled Gold I'Kpiin-i- - - - 27 •' a! Sliver 14-vern, l'llll Jewe!lr,\ . - 17 " 211 Quarter's - . _ . m » !t All the nltovr priced nre nt leant 1(1 per eent. lower than u«tiully sold lor the M <iinility nrlu-h*, mid we <!ely coinpiMition loprodlici- olieiipt-r fiotMU. nil m-a^lt, is a cull to eou\ince iwrson* of the above facts nt I.. l.ADOMI'S. 4...
Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
T 'lIE only radical cure for Consumption !! It nl.-o n * ino\t'-< and p'Tiriiineiilly ciin-i all di-caaei ariMiii,1 ' from n.i inipurc -i;ur of tlie liJutnl vi.* ¦ ScTofnlaor ICiny'-; Kvil. llh'-umali'-iM. t)ii-*u..ite Ciitnnt'ons KrnptioiiQ. Pj in pies nr Pe-iul.-- on iJie fat'ir, liloirhes. IJili-. i:lin>iiic Son- K\u-«. Rni'.' Worm or Tel-NT. Scald Hcnd. Knlaru---tn.Mil and Pniii«if the Hen- - and Join!-. Sml-horii Vle.-r " -. S\ plnlilic SviiiltMtti-". Scumra or Lnniliairu. ]>iii*a>*i-. aii-iii'} from nn Mjiinuu- u-f uf .Mercury. l>rop-.y. lv\po-iin< <»r IitipruJeticu in ii.v. Al*ut Chronic Con-liimioniil I>t-nrder< In ilus inedieine -.-v.Tal innocent l.nt very potent articles ul ihf viijit'ini'le kin^ilom arc mr.ifil, lortnuij a enmpoiindrtiiir*.ly dult-runt in its cliaraclcr ainlpnipi-rln-- iioai any otlit'r preparation, anrl uiinvnllnd i!i its oprnHma o:i tin- sy-tcni when l:i!nni:i^ uihIit di-un-*1 - It-lioalit...
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
aKXLdLT ©BSTB.XTCTIOW. TJOW many die a most horrible death without _1__1_ the »imnlu cnii-i* lit-injr minpeclL-d. Some linger lor yen™, an they suppose from ilispepMn. \\ hen ii it worms, which cuusch nioht ili(*fnue«. 'J here Un* conn; itiulcr our notice several ense* of supposed disprp-siu, ot'several 5<-ur!* 1 stititdin^, when we have reeoinnientled th<* Syrup, which lins rntirvly r»'«lored them to heitllh. \V« would any to AVLTS when iliry are afllieied wiili Sour Stountclt. Sick Heud Ache, Fiw, h frC(juem deceive to iiuike Stools '•eflimess, Blontcd Slotnarh. Ncrvou«nesn. Sickuen^ nllfr cntiug, Scnention of rising in the throat niter etiting. \c, be awiured it ia siniplv woniiH, and jl needs but a trial ol ' HOBKNSACKS WORM SYRL'l* to satisfy you it i* ko, mid il ' >ou have any nf the ubo\e nymi»toms and ilie Syrop tailt* to cure, the agent will refund the money. TO IMItKNTS we ^ould #oy. that the greatest Kin \ou»re convicted of, i< to I»;t your c...
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
Philadelphia Dafnicreotypo establishment —Exchange, &I story, Rooms SW-i*7.—Daguercotype Portraits of all sizes, either singly or in family groups, colored or without colors, are taken everyday, in any weather. Copies of Daguerreoty|>cs, Oil Paintings, Statuary, &c, way also be procured. Ladies and Gentlemen are requested to examine specimens. apl5'4fi-ly W. & F. LANGENIIEIM. wAimi), A JOURNEYMAN SHOEMAKER on course work. XX Also a boy to leartt the shoenmkint' liusmeM. A\i-J'ly to JAMKS JORDAN. Columbia, May 37,1S49.-31 ~~ aozmaxjL 8Axrx ~ Ain> BRIDGE COMPANY, Hay IS, 1848. The Directors of the Columbia Dank and U'idge Coinr>>>tty, desiroua of affording to persons who are disposed to iit-i>o;tit money for denuitc period*, at a moderate rule of interest, have determined to allow interest for the same nt the following rates, viz: Kur all deposits to remain 12 mouths, 4 percl. per annum. <lo tlo do tt do it J...
Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
SDK. CTJX^IOT A (MIX Victorious. Kowand \. M'altuu, Tliilar\_ l\> Ipill.l —(.. rit-— Illjll-IH'.- In > oil. I- Will.i- .. tiniv 1 ,,w,- I.) Hi.- \mhla-. u ¦ I « .-i-ti. ,n,, .< to tin ih~ii .i ^}.mi! -tatenniii ol ill'- wnniii mil ^ntii-rini:'. oTnr, -on \\ illi.ini, and liisiin \v)io r>-i.t tin-i--[nnmii.il uill lie -nri'ii-. il tu find that h.> i- -till U\ in«. .m-l -t:!! mnru -o wln>u tln-v l.-iirii that h.- li-i- fiiiii'l\ ri'M-v. r*'d innu tin- >!i.'.u!lul Si iHiala with w[n.-li l>.- \,:i- -,, J..,, — .ml. r- .1 Ii i- now mot.¦ ih.hi i,,iii }r.!r--iiK. Hi. di-.-a'.'lir-t in ill- In- :ipp« :ir:ui. n on.- ..f |n^ I- i>-, m ,!. . p .m.l rini-HlllLrMl.il- Tin- IHiiM'.j Mim. lli.tM 1\v<> ; i it- roil-Uuin- linn in In- 1.. .1 .luruii; « hi. Ji -. v» r.il pi< c ~ ..I tti'i /otic iMiiif ii.'tn Til.- ami .iImi In tin- in lie (I wo \»> -r~ nn.l «ix liiniilh*-,) I'" 1 "wn-* nnd it I lie In'.i'.jii...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
Xo the Side and Afflicted.—The original only genuine preparation. Testimonials wilt never ceane. Be careful of your cold*. Many people arc very apt to romtider a cold but a trilling matter, and think that " it will s*> away of itself in a few days,"' tind they give themselves no trouble al>out it. But to such we would any. "be careful of your colds," do not tamper with your constitutions. If you desire to live to a good ''old age," uie such remedies as will effect an easy and permanent cure. Doctor SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY has cured more colds than any other medicine offered tor sale in (liis country. Tiiu certificate* of cures effected by thi* invaluable medicine, which the proprietor i* doily receiving, are of the most gratifying character. ANOTHER LIFE PRESERVED. Philadelphia, Sept. 23, JR-lti. Dr. H.Swayne—Dear Sir: Having Been the astonishing cure performed on Mr. Thomas by your Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry, I was induced to try it on myself. J wa...
Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
WOOD'S CTEAM IRON RAILING MANUFACTORY, Ridge kj ICoiid. nbovc llntioiiwood Street, IMiiladflphin. Iitnv IlAiuvr.!* for public nnd private building-', mid public nqiiar**!*. of uvt-ry variety of form ami p!itl<-ni. Ckmetkuv Railimjk. iff I'hissjc and iinnme ilf-i^ns. i*uibriifinp iipwnnl* nf one hundred ililfrn-nt viirH-tit-s ^ Ikox Chaiiis ^vI^SK^TKi-s for Oardeus, Hull-mul l'wi/./:i». —newstyl.-. Vkban'has a Tit* Pi.astkhs, for cottnpf*. nnulf in every sty If. Superior WmirciiT litov Oatks, fnr Cnrriitj,'*' entnmee-. New M> le llAWONV itllACKKTM. AtC. I RON* Tauuhs of various styles einltrsiciiij* Louis XIV. ]-:ii/nl)etlifiiii, (inline nud modern patient*;, willi ¦\VhiK- and (iold Italitui Mnrble top*. Tlie*-.* tallies have been iutrcidiiccd by the •siilncnherfor Hotels. Rfsiniirniii*. Ice Cn-iun Saloons At*. Thi*\" are bcinilil 'ul article-* of fiiriuttin- for llm Stop*-* mid other <-stublislinnnils where it is desirable to miike a grand di»- iO"* Me h»i» re...
Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 27 May 1848
COIiTTZVIBIil IStCTC ZOtr2STBB.ir. npIIE undersigned, liereliy tendi-r their sineerc J_ jifknoivitdinnutii-. in tli.-n «Mi-mi:i..r~ .m.i ill- [mi--]ic u-Mii-rallj . for lliu very liltunil piii ronniif lu-n in- inli'iided ih.urVUbrN lo pU-.i-.,- run! wuuid iiifniiii in- m t'mi it will !>¦' lliL-ir ^-r* nl.--t pl.Ti-iuc ji- In n Unni- v> < (.iuIiilI Iht'ir IniMur-- in -m-h a in.inner :i= tu UR-nl llu-ir tu:Hi-nictl npprolmiirtii .mil "-njipori \V«: fmiiiiiur tomnkf .ill knitU oi " Ch^iiiil^. w/ ¦ — Miu.cKAUiNri. siTii. i:i:vi:r.. .mitkk.hki mor-Tici-:ro(;-\vin:i;i.s.( "AV|'siiAFTs 101 «.i:.i -ain.:-. \c. Al-ii. CAR \\'lli:i:i.S .iikI iillicr fur **.t-l.:i-~. i.,. p.-lli'-r with :ill kiiwUm Kail Hond Usi-iirstj-. lurwLirli uuexci-pinnialilc reluTcncc can lm L'i\en iur -u^Lftur.iy .m.i iiv.ililu'iiv. \\V luivi'iMiiteu var.ttv of rATTHTIXS :,«r ni.-.ki.i Hot »Ia-i l l i|.r-. foi lll.i-t riiiimr.-.niid :..r \\ .«n ri'i,..--, anil. Iti-mjr wr-H pnptn.d fnr <*....