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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
Agency or tlic Canton TEA COMPANY. |jf*'wv The undersigned being the authorized fe'ttiliAecnlB for the sale of the SUPERIOR I fef j-TEAS, imported by the Canton Tea Companyor the City of New Yok, invite a trial of their Green and Black Teas, embracing the best selections lliis side of China, liter, r.ok»,e Wanted. j WRIG[1T Columbia, April 7,1847.—If Agency ol tlic PEKIN TEA COMPANY. t Sf>> THE SUBSCRIBER keeps constantly SlSon liand. a" assortment of Fresh Teas, immMI poru-d liy the Pekin Tea Company. Any Teas " sold l<y me that does not give entire satisfaction, can We relumed and exchanged, or the money will be refunded. C. WESTBROOK, Locust street, Columbia, J'a* April 7, 1847. ~ REMOV AX. , _«._ T. SCHREINKR lias removed •^i&s S^ Ins WATCH and JEWEL-,ggjJ]g£caagig^T.F.RY Establishment to tlie Waj-kut Front Ur. ck, recently fitted up by liim, between Barr's and Black s HotelFront Streetwhere the public can be accommodated, as heretoforewith all a...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
Separation JMrossini.E,— I he following is from the Cornier ties Etats Unis, of Saturday. A man and wife, who had been married ten years, were established in the mercantile business in the street St. Denis; having a dispute, they resolved to separate, and agreed to leave the decision of their matter to the justice of the peace of their district. — Accordingly they each went to stale their grievances to the magistrate. " Have you any children ?" asked he. ct Yes sir." *• How many ?" "Three, two boys and a girl, and exactly here lies I lie difficulty, since we each wish to have the care of two of them ; decide." " Will you abide by my decision?" " Entirely," said they, both at once. *'Vcry well, my good friends, I condemn you to have a fourth child, as then you may each have two. You may then call on me again." The two parties, well pleased, then withdrew, deferring their separation for a lime. Two years had elapsed, and tho justice had not heard a word from the couple, until yester...
Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
AnwsrAfERs.—There arc at the present time, or were in April last, in existence and being published throughout England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and ths British Isles, fire hundred and Jifty-jivc journals, including dailio, tri-wccklics t scmi-wccklit'fl, and weeklies, semi-monthlies and moth lies. The great majority of these nrc of course, published in Kngland. Of this number there were established in I GOO, one; in lGGO . onc; inIGC5,onc; in 168D, one; in IG05,onc; in 1700, one; in 170H, one; from 1710 to 1720, five; from 1720 to 1730, four; to 17-10, six; to 1750, ten; to 17G0, six; to 17*0 ^ twelve; to 1780, eleven; to 1790, seven; to 1800, sixteen; to J810 thirty-tlircc; to 1820, twentyeight; to 1830, seventy ; to 1840, one hundred and forty-four, and from 1810, to April 1847, one hrndrcd and eighty; showing them to increase in numbers in proportion as their value is appreciated. There arc we believe, something near two thousand different newspapers published in the United Sta...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
Written for the Spy and Columbian THE SPIRITS OP THE MIDNIGHT HO OR. The spin it or gloom in dun majesty reigns, Environed with miMs of Old Right ; His wide t>nblc pinions stern darkneps maintains O'er tlic scene of l^artli'E day-glories bright. Though somlire lliy sway, uoiciti spirit ofcloom. Yet my soul 'mid thy dark courts would dwell; And visions crented in fancy's-fraufhl womb, riivcctenchantment would IctiJ to ttic pjmll. Till: Bl'IRlTOF SILI-.NCE liTOOds flVIT tile llOIlf, Ilroke Qldiie to I lie huul's jnyi-tit rchrc, Which fcasls upon sweet siiaitis of magicitl power. That seem waded from blissful Kjrhcrcs huncc. Oh spirit of mlence! wherever nlglil lues . Still liovureat lliuu over Ins ttircinc, £i!ir skies, Tliough he inoiinls through yon calm aztirc di'J'Uislo Yet whli linn even there art thou tlown. The srutiT or ne*UTv o'er silence and gloom, At the aoCl witcliing hour of inidni^lit, filicds an influence sweet, like the opening Moom, Of some lone flower o'...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
FIRE! FIR.EH FIRE!!! OK1TS CELEBRATED ATS.-T1GWS STOVES. CJ. TYNDALK, No. 07, Soulli Second . StreetPhiladelphia, wishes to inform his friends and tlio public generally, that lie still continues to manufacture and sell the genuine Air-Tight Stove, wilh the latest improvements. After many years experience m the manufacture of these Stoves, lie is now enabled to ofler to his customers the Air-Tight Stoves wilh ovens, suitable for dining rooms or nurseries. lie has also the Air-Tighl Stove, on the Radiator plan, tvhicli makes a splendid and economical parlor Slovc, to which he would call the particular attention of those who want an elegant and useful article for llieir parlors. Also, a large assortment of CoalI'arlor and Cooking Stoves. All of which he will sell at the lowest Cash prices. The public would do well to call before purchasing elsewhere. KXMr. T. would Caution the public against Air-Tij,'!il Stoves,mode by most Stove makers, as they donot answer the purpose intended. Phi...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
B. E. MOORE. I. N. RlSDarN'. IV1OUKE «fc RISDO^, MEECiKi.ni EAXLOB.S, Ao. 70 South Third (Kfrref, neatly opposite the Exchange ^ Plt ' dadtlphia t I) KSPI'X-TKUr.TjY announce to their friends \ j antl tlic public that they arc constantly prepared tu make lu order, ol the tines I and besi materials, and ai moderate prices, everv iriiclc of Knshionable Clothing, constituting a t«entltn:m's AVaidrobe, lor which their complete stock ofclioice and carefully selected Cloths, Ca^snneres, Vesnngs *V,c, of the latest and most desirable patterns, are particularly designed. Thoir own practical knowledge of the business and u personal attention to every gnniicntt enu' jlfis them to yivc entire ••aiihlnniuu, uud 10 huth old and nuw customers they respcctiully tender an invitation tu yive tiiL'tn a call. Iluving been lor years connected willi some of the best and most fashionable establishments in (.his country, employing none hut first rate workmen, mid bui'tii- in tlic receipt ol the taicet l...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
C»AKL,I2S STOKKS' GLOBE HALL OF l'ASIIIOX, No. 2!)G, Market Street, I'hiladrlj ihiiu CLOTHING —A ncci'ssarj and useful a'tiile ; it welt becomes every out; who buy* it, brlor*: purchasing to look and sec where il can be boiishl cheapest. I am satis-ficd (and reader, jou will be) if you favor me with a call and look over my stock of goods jou will not only buy yourself but tell your friends where CHEAP CLOTHING ran b<- had and they will do the same. If you come to the Globe Hall of Fashion and dn not find goods twenty per cent cheaper than at any store in the city I think jou will say General Taylor never whipped the Mexicans ' . I think lie never done anything else. JKJ-A full stock of clothing suited for the country trade, which merchants Mid otliets arc particularly invited tu examine. CHARLES STOKES, No.206 , Market St., 3rd door bvlow Ninlli. Philadelphia, August 28, 1817.—3m.
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
Moral IIerihsm.—The Now York Impress relatcs a touching anecdote, and one well calculated to illustrate the moral heroism of liic poor. The editor says:—A day or two ago, a young female visited the Almshouftc for jtermissiou to transport a twin sister to the Lunatic Asylum. ()n inquiring into her condition, it was found that she was the only healthy member of a very poor and nfllicfcd family. Her father is in the Lunatic As} him, and in compliance with her prayer, her litllu sister was sent to the same desolate abode. Her mother, two little sisters and a little brother arc in frcblc henllh, and every morsel of food which they have eaten for months post, has Iwcn hardly earned by the daily labor of the little girl in question.11 "What a noble spirit of self-denial and self-sacrifice! How puch characters in the humble of life adorn and dignify human nature!
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
CHEAP OIL STOKE, PHILADELPHIA. Rill n IV AY «!fc K13 KM 1,13, .17 Nortli WltnrvcN, belou Knee St., OLTKR for sule at the lowest priccs t n\l the articles of the Oil Trade. Their slock is varied ninl extensive, and they U-' d confident of civm» saiisi'ictiun to those who call. Tliry liave nuw un hand—i'ure Sperm Oil. White Winter and Fall Oils of different qualities. Stalur Oil. Winter-propecd Lard Oil. "Winter Klcjiliant and Whale Oil*. Refined. Racked and Common Whale Oil. Tanners' Oils. Sperm Candles, Guano &.C., &.c. riiilodclphin. Au«ust 14 1817.—2rn. N. 1!. -All ooudsdclivcicd in first rate order.
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
CHARR1CK WESTBROOK EDITOR AND rRorRIKTOR. Printing Office—Front Street, opposite Dart's Ilnlul Publication Office—Locust Street, opposite the P. O. Tkbms. —The CoLimnlA spy in pnHiBlioil every Saturday mnmine at the low price of ONE POIXMt A YEAH. IN ADVANCEor one dollar a-iu fifty ccnu.lr not paid within onu montliof liic lime or subscribing. Siiicle copies, TnilEH CENTS. TEliMsor advkhtisi so—Advertisements not excecd-Ine a square three times forSl, ami 25 cr-nm Tor inch additional insertion. Those of a creater length in proportion. D>A liberal dmcounl made 10 yearly uilver"X"' PiHXTixo —Siicli n« Iland-lilllf, l'nstinR-liHI-, Cards. Labels, Pani|ilil«l», Hlanfcn of every inscription Circularsetc. etc.,executed with nealiiessaiiUdesitixlcli nm! nti rrasonaMtMerms.
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
Wit is brushwood ; Judgment is timber. The first makes tho brighter flame, but ilia other gives the more lusting: beat. » Falix aftiier the Fayviji.—Yesterday morning we had occasion to pass down Tchoupitoulas street In a grocery-store, about mid-way between Rac< and St. Mary's Market, we happened to sec a native of the "green isle of the ocean," who was giving the proprietor of the store his experience, so far as the yellow fever was concerned. Felix—we^l call him so, for he seemed to be very happy—was reading" the remarks of the Delta on Friday morning last, in regard to the " Leomdas" letter hoax, and his countenance wis radiant, with pleasure. He was dressed in a \-rx\x of coarse blue Irowscrs, a blue flannel shirt, and a pair of brogans. The hair had been shaved from the back of Ins head, and the marks of the cups were plainly visible on liis neck " Felix," said the proprietor of the establishment, who, by-lhc-by, is a sandy-haired, good-looking fellow, wilh a brig...
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
Tun IIydjiaugos.—The huge skeleton which wan exhibited in this country two years ago und which was pronounced n great natural curiosity by one party und a great artificial humbug hy the other, ha" lately been examined by Cainus, the great Dresden naturalist, in connection with Ciraither, Ivciciicnbach, and several other scirntific gentlemen, who unite in the opinion that itis genuine. They agree in pronouncing it one of ihc most interesting re. mains ever discovered. In their opinion, the animal was a transition between amphibious and land animals. Naval.—Tlic frigate ltrandy wine, Capt, Crsbbe, bearing the broad pennant of Com. Storcr, destined for Uio Janeiro, went to sea fruin Hampton Uouds on the J1 Lit iust. The Jamestown, the flag-ship of Com- Itolton, bound for the Coast ©f Africa, has by this time sailed. 1'ork Stakes.—A politician in Lancaster offered to bet five dollars in property on the result of the election hi our precinct, provided a stakeholder could be found who...
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
A vigorous piosecution of the War,tltelest menus to secure a speedy and HONORABLE PSACE. Front St. ^^»^^^^^^S Front St. WALNUT COLONNADE, CHEAP FASHIONABLE CLOTHING EMPORIUM, k&'os a- saatssaeAs;, ~!^TO. 42, Front street, directly opposite the 1> Bridge, and tlireft- doors below Black's Hole] COLUMBIA, PBSNA., Would rcspectlully call the attention of the public to liis stock of Fushiunuhlc and Cheap Cluthing, 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 otl'ercd. Just look ut Ihc prices : Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Dress Coats, from S>.00 toSIO.Ott Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Frock Coals, from -100 to Kl.Off Gentlemen's Fine Clolli Sacks and Coatees, from 2.50 to .V00 Gentlemen's Fine Clotli and Ca.ssimcro I'ants, from 2.00 to •!.(}() Satin and Silk Velvet Vests, Plain and Fancy, being Ihe only kind of this <|ti.ilily for buIc in this plac...
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
PUBLIC SALE Of Three jirst-iate Plantations in Manor Townshi p DETERMINED lo move to the Slate rf Illinois, 1 will sell by public vcndne, lo the highest bidder, on THURSDAY, the 4lh day ol NOVEMHEU next, al inv residence, one mile west of Alillcrslotvn, in i\la»or township, Lancaster county : TIIKEK PI.ANTA1IO2SS, to wit:—IS'o. 1, consisting of a Tract of I^ami, containing 1-10 acres, strict measure, boumlod on the cast by hlllc Concsto^a creek, on the North by ^io. 2, on the west by n public roaH, and on the South by No. 3. The improvements on No. I, are a two-blory stone /-^ J3wclliii£ Mouse, J&iM . r >0 by 30 fcot well finished and roofed u-ilh slntrr a stone Hwisser 13arn 110 i'cel longalso roofed with slalc nnd has a lar^je niched cellar underncnt\i; a wagon shed and cornenbs; spring house over a never-failing spring of water, with fine facilities for a dibttllcry, in a well built still house, a smith shop, with other convenient outbuildings; a pump in a neve...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
Sen nck in Uu.sbiA.—An uncommon eflWt is now making in Russia, lo pinmotc a knowledge of the natural sciences. This is the more extraordinary, when it ia recollected that the imperial government has cxcrciscsd an unparalleled hostility towards the only two universities of distinction in poor, degraded, miserable Poland, the victim of the most disgraceful baibarilics that were ever practised in a civilized age. Two professors of geology, whose hiy h attainments would cot it it honor on any country, have been dismissed, and the cabinet of the furmcr sold in Russia, in order lo prevent the possihility of having the higher detriments of useful knowledge taught in territorial Poland. At Irkutsk, in Sihi'riii, that remote section of the world, wliero nature scarcely tolerates tlic existence of animal life, there is u gymnasium, uhich is fur. niched with an excellent libriirj*, and collections of minerals, rocks and shell-- , of great value. Count Cancrin, a philosopher as well us minist...
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
POLICE AFPA1JIS Ri'portL-d fn'r I lit* .S' jiy and Coluiiibian-JZefore Justice Spear. Jacob Riley was charged with the larceny of a number of articles of boat furniture, the property of Capt. Andrew Reed. The articles were found in possession of the defendant. The Justice not being: satisfied that the goods were taken with felonious intent, ordered them to be restored and defendant discharged. John Hall' ingcr, Emanncl Rider and Peter Hoi-7iicn arrested for conspiracy on complaint of John II. Albright. Defendants charged with conspiring together to influence an arbitration in a pending buit and lo injure complainant in his occupation and . business. Defendants bound over for their appear-¦ ancc ut court to answer. i Rev. Jtihu Sjtcatc, obtaining goods from Jacob i Stone undor false pretences, with a fraudulent inj lenlion. Defendant gave bail for his appearance ut ! court to answer. 1 John MiUn \ for :i&sulting Samuel Bedford with intent to kill, was arrested and subse...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
\ PEr.iLoi' t. rottrio.N «»f Akuowlt.s. —On Tuesday evening, .Mr. Albert Smith, and three other gentleim-ii a^ceinhd in a balloon from V.nixhal! C.irden«, London. When at the hei ght of 6000 feel, the balloon hrcamc tense from the elevation, and avdlvc was opciH-cl to relieve some of the gas. A rcporl resembling a rush of air was instantl y heard, and the whole of the lower part of the balloon suddenl y collapsed, purging backwards and foivard* as in a high wind, whilst a voice cried," The valve has burst—we nrc all W !" IinmcUiately it began Ui tfecend with terrific rapidity and tlic danger was heightened by sonic Fparks clinging to the halloon from M>mc fire works recently ilisrhargnri, and which lliruatuiLd cvciy inonunt to blow it uj». T\ic acronauia exhibited gr<:^t prc-encc of mnid iind to this may be ascribed tln'ir prcMT\ation. 'l'li«-y gradually lightened tlic bnMoon mi us diminish t!»« - (.-iiu-tis^ioii. 'I'iic fir^l t-huck was awful as it ' ¦ triM n Hit r&...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
The Lkkiox or St. Patrick ilitinns upon which the Iicgton cd the Mfvicm *cmce. We Iri^, of Vcra ('ruz :— —Ticrr- arc the conof St. Patrick enter-Imd it in lite Arco 1'tireign Fjcgt»n t fiompnnirs nfSt. P'ttiich, f jMi:mco, July 7, 1H17. £ We, the undersigned foreigners, vuluntnrily agree to serve in ^hu ahuve iiMiicd Legion for the Icnu of bix months from the date hern of, L-grJIy,under the following conditions, in tlic Mr\ic.i:i pcriicc. Jst. The Mc.\tcnii government shiill give us lands to cultivate at the elope of the war. 2d. Tlio^c wjio do tint desire to rcm.ifn in the country shall be sent to Europe at the expense of the Supreme Government, mid Khali receive a gratuity in mnipy. *M . The Mexican govcrnmcnL agrees to giro to tin; Legion, during the lime nf its cn«Ti^cment, fjiiar-Itrs, clothing, Sec. 4 th. The 1st Srrgcnnts shall receive fi\e rials, the 2d four, Coporals thrcr, and the soldiers two and a half a day. 5lh. We acknt»wktJ g' v as commander of the Legion, (\&a...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
Him vs. W.vrr.n.— u If you tire fond of spirit*, Ilroidclolh," he continued, " L ad\ ' ise you tti leave jrho->ls alom.*, mid make acquaintance with good old Jamaica spirits. Instead of frightening you out ol your wits, they will put wits into yon, and that won't hurt yon at no time. Il" you continue to drink cold v\\Ller much longer, my bay, your timbers will pcri-h of the dry rot as sure as you arc burn You look as yallcr as a pnnd lilly now; and it is n\\ lining to tlic living like them, on h.id water. iMmi was nt^cr made Lo drink water, or nalur * would have put. him on all-fours with his mouth near the running streams, like all animals intended to use it. lint man was calculated to Mfind straight up upon his pegs with his mug as fir from the cnM spring-; mid fish-spawny brunka as possible, mid had apple-trees, and Buyar canes, and barley, and whut not given him ; and sense put into his pjte to distil good liquor from them,and hands to lift it up to his lips when made, ...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
IVic Ladies'Faith in Radway's Chinese. 31 Soap. *' I know my f.icc is sadly spreckled Ai'illi pimples t.ii>, sun burn, :nnl freckli-B, Kryfi|K.*ln>?, M'lirvy and Fait rhtruiti Vi«m wy r.ulich; nsfc\mjc To rciyn w ith full aullioriiy. These lilemiilu:^ I mnn will cure diet! ted And make my sWvn b»tti f.uraitd pure, lly a sonp of tiiijierior >in.ility, TIlC SUHp I've Fpoki'll of, .l^ll^;^^• Mall'll, !•» Itatlvvay's Cliuusp Meitirilc*l f I'oi toilet pnr[io«es 'ti>- criid To t'e better than any oilier made ; So now my friends 1 will buy A cake of Had way't> soa^nnd try." The lady fiir fIic s;n>Ua the truili She fmitulllic soap lhe. friend nf \omli. And benuiy once more to n't ils [ilnrc And shone with f till) upon tn-r face, Slie ever after held tier hope In Itailwny' ri Medicated Soap. Its wuiidurfiil elfucts in tjiectliiy removing ianr sunburn, viuiplpa, blolr.liys, j»»'-liilt v s, lnU'S «f inusij*mi>e ^ , teller,ficc,, anftcninp,...