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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 9 October 1847
¦Baltimore and Susquehauna RAIL BOAL Pare Reduced THE Passenger Train runs daily as follow below — Leaves Haltimoreat 9 o'clock A. M.and arrive, at GJ o'clock P. IVI. Arrives nl York at 12 o'clock P. M.and leave. for Columbia at 1 i o'clock, 1*. M. leaves Columbia at 2 o'clock, P. M.and leavci York for Unltimnrc al .') o'clock P.M. Pure from Baltimore lo York, <i en Wrigntsville, o uy Co'.uraliia, o j 2 . The Train connects at York with St i.mjL foi H.irrisburg, C!cttv. ~burg, Chamberaburg, riu^burii and Yoil/ Springs. PAKK TO GKTTVSUTJRG *. HAKIUSiiUKG The company is authorised l,j- the piuprictor*. or the Sta»v Lm.-s lo rcccin-llic f.in> tliroiiirli Irom halllniore to Gelly.sburgand HarrWjuie 1ULTIM0RE TO GKTTYSBURG AND HAU RISUURG. Fare through to either place, c-i " D. C. H. ISOUDT/EY, Supcr'i ' May 0—If Ticket Oifice, C3 Norlh ' st
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
THE HOLY LAND BY HARRIET MARTINEA17. Part III.—Jerusalem.— The Temple. My room opened upon a little terrace,—the flat roof of a lower apartment in our inn at Jerusalem, and from this little terrace I was never tired of gazing. A considerable portion of the city was spread out below me; not with its streets laid open to view, as it would be in one of our cities; but presenting a collection ot flat roofs, with small white cupolas rising from them, and the minarets of the mosque springing, tall and light as the pop. lar from the long grass of the meadow. The narrow, winding lanes, which arc the streets of eastern cities, arc scarcely traceable from a height; but there was one visible from our terrace,—with its rough pavement of large stones, the high housewalls on each side, and the arch thrown over it, which is so familiar to all who have seen the pictures of Jerusalem. The street is called Via Dulprosa, the Mournful way, from its being supposed to be the way by which Jesus we...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
LITTELL'S LIVING AGE. A green horn, fresh caught, who came to the city to look at the glorious Fourth, chanced to be pees, ing towards the Common, when his attention was arrested by the above cabalistic syllables. Upon one side of Broorafield street he saw the big sign* upon the other the word 'Museum.' "Wai," said he to himself, "I'vo hcarn tell o' them museum, but nlirin' age big or little, must be one o' them curiosities we lead about!" lie stepped quietly across the street, and wiping hia face, approached one ol the windows, in which were displayed several loose copies of the work.— He read upon the covers, "Littcll's Living Age," and upon a card, "Popular Magazine—only one of its kind in I lie country," &.C. "Magazine! Wai, that beats thunder all leu smash! I've hcarn about prouder magazines, an 1 all that. Wai, I reck'n I'll see the crittur, enny how!"—and thus determining, ho cautiously approached the door. A young roan stood in the entrance. " When docs it open ?" ...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
Anecdote ok Stephen Girahd.—The folluwing capital anecdote, illustrative of the peculiarities of the lute Stephen Girard, Philadelphia, is from the New Bedford Bulletin. We have never seen it published before. "Mr. G. had a fuvoritc clerk, one who crer pleased him, and who, at the age of SI years, expected Mr. G. to say something to him in regard to his future prospects and perhaps lend him a helping hand in starting him in the world. But Mr. O. said nothing, carefully avoiding the subject of hia escape from minority. At length, after the elapse of some weeks, the clerk mustered courage enough to address Mr. G. upon the subject." " I suppose. Sir," said the clerk," I jm now free : and I thought I could say something lo you as to my future course. What do you think I had better do?" " Yes, I know you are free," said Mr. G., "and my advice to you is that you go and learn tho cooper's trade." This announcement well nigh threw the clerk off the track, but rccuvcrcd his equilibrium, he...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
Agency or (lie Canton TEA COMPANY. if'iPjv The undersigned being the authoriz> d lit ' !*! iiAgents for the sale of the SUPERIOR tK&JJsJTEAS, imported by the Canton Tea Companyof the City of New Yok, invite a trial of their Green and Black Teas, embracing the best selections this side of China. Every Package VVarrented. J. D. i. J. WRIGHT. Columbia, April 7,1847.—tf Agency of the PEKIN TEA COMPANY. tf=>, THE SUBSCRIBER keeps constantly jj£l^ on hand an assortment of fresh Teas, imj£j4<lj ported 1'y the I'ekin Tea Company. Any is sold l>y me that does not give entire satisfaction, can he relumed and exchanged, or the money will be refunded. C. WESTBROOK, Locust street, Columbia, Pa-April 7,1847. BEMOVAL, ^ BSeStv^-i.."" WATCH and JEWELiBlESSS SSaLERY Establishment to the Walnut Front Bi.ck,recently fitted up by him, between Barr's and Black's HotelFront Street, where the public can be accommodated, as heretofore, with all articles in the Jewell...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!! ORE'S CELEBRATED AIR.-TIC*HT STOVES. CJ. TYNDALE, No. 97, South Second . StreetPhiladelphia, wishes to inform his friends and the public generally, that he still continues to manufacture and sell the genuine Air-Tight Store, with the latest improvements. After many years experience in the manufacture of these Stoves, he is now enabled to offer to his customers the Air-Tight Stores with ovens, suitable for dining rooms or nurseries. He has also the Air-Tight Stove, on the Radiator plan, which mates a splendid and economical parlor Stove, to which he would call the particular attention of those who want an elegant and useful article for their parlors. Also, a large assortment of Coal, Parlor and Cooking Stoves. All of which he will sell at the lowest Cash prices. The public would do well to call before purchasing elsewhere. tCTMr. T. would Caution the public against Air-Tight Stoves,made by most Stove makers, as they do not answer the purpose intended. Philadelp...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
B. E. MOORE. I. N. RISDON. IUOOKE & RISDOIY, MBROaAWa? TAILORS, No. 70 South Tliird Streetnearly opposite the Exchange Philadelphia ^ X> ESPECTFULLY announce to their friends Jt\> and the public that they arc constantly prepured to make to order. of the fines, and best mnlurinls. and nt mmJeraie prices, every nruclc ol Fnshionnole Clothing, constituting a Gent [man's Wardrobf.for which their complete stock of choice and carefully selected Cloilis, Cassimeres, Vesiings &c, of the latesr and most desirable patterns, are punicularly designed. Thfcir own prnctical knowledge of the business and a personal attention to every garment, enables them to give entire satisfaction, and to both old and new cup turners they respectfully tender an invitation to (jive them a call. IJliving been (or years connected with some of the best and most fashionable establishments In this country, employing none but first rate workmen, and being in the receipt of the latest las...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
CHARLES STOKES' GLOBE HALL OF PASHION, No. 2!)G, Market Street, Philadelphia. C1LOTHING-A necessary and useful a-tiWe; / it well hecomes every one who buy* it, bi-fiirc purchasing to look and see where it can l>e bought cheapest. I am aatii-fieil (and reader, you will be) if you fa»or me with a cull and look over my stock nf good* you will not only buy yourself but tell your friends where CHEAP C OTHING can be had ami they will do the same. If you come to the Globe Hall of Fashion and do not find Roods twenty per cent cheaper than at any store in the city I think jou will say General Taj lor never whipped the Mexicans! I think he never done anything else. J3-A full stock of clothing suited for the country trade, which merchants and others are particularly invited t.> examine. cuari.es stokes, No. 296, Market St., 3rd d.>or below Ninth. Philadelphia, August 28, 1847.—3m.
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
From the Spanish of Juan Ruiz tie Hita PRAISE OP LITTLE WOMEN, In a Illle precious stone' what splendor meets the eyes! In a little lump of sngar, how much or sweetness lies! So in a little woman love grows and multiplies: You rscollect the proverb says—a worn* uxtothe wise. A pepper corn is very small, but seasons every dinner More tiian nil other condiments, although 'tis sprinkled thinner; Just so a Itulc woman is, if love will let you win her. There's not n joy in all the world you w ill not find within her-And as within the little rose you find the richest dyes. And in a little grain of gold much price and value lieB, As from a little balsam much odor dolh arise. So in a litllc woman there's a taste of parndlse; The sky lark and the nightingale, though small and light of wing, Vet warble sweeter in the grove than all the birds that sing; And so a little woman, though a very little thing. Is sweeter far than sugar, and flowers that bloom in Spring.
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
As Iron M.»n.—Singular Petrificathn.—On Saturday last a gentleman brought into Porstmouth, from the Bloom furnace, Scioto county, a part of an Iron Man, found in the bed of ore bed ! The body must originally hate been petrified in lime, but of this tberc remains now only the outside incrustation, which will crumble off. What was the man, is now iron. By some natural process, tho iron must havo grown out of the lime, and here ia a theme for Geologists! How did this change take place T If we arc right, and the facts seem to leavo no room for doubt, this Iron Man would afford one of the most beautiful subjects for a Geological Lecture. The iron ore, in which it is found is called toe calcareous formajion. Tho process of its formation would be an instructive study.—Cincinnati Chronicle. . _ _ ^ ^ ^ .^L. . ¦ * — — — .—- -^—^^^
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
CHEAP OIL STORE, PHILADELPHIA. RIUGWAY & KEEfflLE, 37 North wImrci, lwlo-w Knee St, OFFER for sale at the lowest prices, all the articles of the Oil Trade. Their stock is varied and extensive, and they feel confident of giving ¦ .niifilaction to those who call. They have now on hand—Pure Sperm Oil. While Winter and Full Oils of different qualities. Polar Oil. Winter*pre9fi ' ? ^ Lard Oil. Winter Elephant and Whale Oils. Refined Racked and Common Whale Oil. Tanners' Oils. Sperm Candles, Guano &.C., &c. Philadelphia. Aueust 14 1817.—2m. N. B.—All goods delivered in first rale order.
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
chakhick: westbrook EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Printing Office—Front Street, opposite Barr's Hotel Publication Office—Locust Street, opposite tlie P. O. Terms. — The Columbia Spy i« published every Saturday morning at the low price of ONE DOI.IAR A YEAR In ADVANCE, or one dollar aTtl fifty cents, if not paid within one month of the time or subscribing. Slnjle copies, THREE CENTS. Terms of Advertising—Advertisements not exceed-Ing a squsre three times for 91, and 23 cents for each additional inserlioh. Those of a greaterlengthIn proportion. KS-A liberal discount made lo yearly adver-Jon ' Pmimico —Such as Hand-bills, POBting-billB, Cards. Labels, PamphletsBlanks of every description Circularsetc. etc., executed with neatness and despatch and on reasonableterms.
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
Fashion Beaten- Tho great rseo over the Union Course on Wednesday, between Fashion and Pas. senger resulted in the defeat of the former, to the great disappointment of Uis majority of the sporting world. Before the rsce, the betting was two to one in favor of Fashion. A large amount of money hanged hands. Only two beau wero run—tho first in 7.45J and the second in 7.48J.
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
F/om to»"Dnix*fi States Qszetu FR03f TOBIAS KNAPSACE La EaCantada, 5th September, 1841. Mr. Delta—The nig hts aro horribly cold here.-I wish you coold send me on a wife or an exti blanket. Why iw it bo frigid 7 Tfaey Bay we're 3 or 40 ,000 feet (more or Ices') nearer Heaven ttia you in the Crescent City. If so, u*e should b warmer. Perhaps it's because we're tbe same dit lance farther off from the other establishment. Every thing is very dull—no excitement—lots c rumors from Scott's army—a little guerrilla prac tice, such as murdering an American or two, am shooting down a few greasers in return. We havi had some small speculation, too , in the stoic venisoi line which has brought about a melanchol y^ foiH between lhe Texans and the gentlemen cows, I iccms some Texans shot two bulls lately, and h elp :d themselves to as much of the cenisan &b ihej leased. Next dav, a brother of the departed bull ooked savage at a Texan, when the latter pul fiv< tuIfcU into him. ...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
ExtbaordinaRV and Dkstp.cctjvr FftE3Hirr.-We noticed, in the !at»t Spy, the rtpid rise of th Susqtiehanna; and it is now our duty to recor ume of the effects, of one of the most extraordina ry freshet? which Jiaa occurred within the mentor; of any resident in the vicinity. During 1 Saturdnj the flood was like that occasioned b y the c\ogg ' in\ of ice in the narrow places below—so rapid as t< lupcrcedc the possibility ofprccautionary measure: to prevent the destruction of the valuable property —lumber, shingles &.C., with which our shore were lined; and whole ilects were swept away ioroe to be wrecked along the Susquchanna, ant icme to find its w.iy without a pilot, to the Bay. A very exciting scene, which we, with hundred! of our citizens chanced to witness, occurred on Satirday afternoon. A licet consi.stin** of severs -afls, and a number of arks, loaded and empty were swept from thtir moorings a Lore the bridge, »nd the rivermcn hearing- the alarm, ruthed to the ...
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
From Hie Oaliimore American. Ric»Mo\-D t Va., Oct. 12, 10 , A. M. Passengers on board the steamer Alabama, a N"ew Orlt-ans, from Vora Cruz and Tampicn, givi some additional information respecting-Gen. Scott' ; A.rmy. Capt. Vanstavorcn arrived in the Alabama, ix company witli Major Capers, Government suUlei at Tampuco, ai bearer of despatches to the Gov fernment from Col. Gates. Mnjor Capers has topics of letters to merclianis in Tampico reccivcc by (he Drilish express, giving semi-official account! of the capture of the city of Mexico, Santa Annn marched out of the city on the 13th uft,, at the head of 10,000 men and twenty.five pieces of cannon, to Gaudaloupe, and was expected soon to return to Oajadeka, No further immediate moles tal'mn from him was anticipated. • Our entire loss from the 8th to the 13th wan 2^ ufficcri kilted, 47 wounded; 490 men killed anc wounded at the battle of Cliapullcpsc. On the I3i!i '^en. Scott lirought forty pieces of cannon to beai jpoit the heights ...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
From the National Intelligencer. Another Letter trom General Titus Rm-a rive to the Pjiesidescv.—We have received fton Dr. Bronsun, the gentleman to whom it was uddrcs. sed, a copy of the following letter from Gen. Tay. ior , with request fhr its insertion in the Intelligence) —a request which we cheerfully and readily com. )l y w ith : Headquarters Army op Occupation, > Camp near Monterey, Aug. 10 ,1847. $ Sin—Your letter of 17th ultimo, requesting ol ne an exposition of my views on the questions of latiQnal policy now at issue between the political mlies of the United States, has duly reached me. I must take occasion to su3' that many of my eltcrs, addressed to gentlemen in the United States n answer to similar inquiries, have already been nadc public, and 1 had greatly hoped that all per. ions interested had, by this time, obtained from .hem a sufficiently accurate knowledge of my views ind desires in relation to this subject. As it ap. rear?, howeve r, that such is not ...
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
KKUNUH MliltlNOKS! ! F RENCH MIRINOS for Cloaks! The largesl and most splendid assortment ever offered in Lancaster, aiid comjiriNing every shade and colnr, now opening nnd for sale low nl the New York Stoic. GR1EL, HART & GILBERT. Lancaster, Oct. 16,1«M7.—li" FRINGES! UhOAK r K1NGKS 1 ! .FRINGES of every variety of wfdlh and cob Jj' to match Frencn Meridos at Vic New Yori Store. GRIEL, HART &. G1LUERT. Lancaster, Oct. 16,1747.—tf CASHMEKK FJ.AIDS! TT^OR Cloaks, Dresses, &e. A large and well se JJ Icetcd assortment, comprising* some new ant beautiful styles for children's wear, now opening U the New York Store. Oct. 16,-tf GRIEL, HART&. GILRERT. i;i.l)THS! CIAJTIIS!! CLOi'llsTi BLACK , Blue Black, Brown, Green and cviij other culor, from the best French and Engttsl imiiufacturcs, from $1.75 per yard upward * . Irmn he Boston and New York Marketf, now opening t the New York i*tore. Oct. lC-tf GRIEL, HART*. GILBERT. CASSIMEKliS. SATJMilTS, &...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
COOKING STOVES GREAT IMPROVEMENT. f~) P. STEWARTS Patent Air-Tig ht om JT. Hot-Air Summer and Winter COOKIXC MOVE, for Wood or Coal. Sold only at No. 8C Baltimore StreetBaltimoreby the subscriber, ha\ ing the exclusive right to sell them in the State of .Maryland Virg inia, District of Columbia am all Pennsylvania west of the Susquehanna river This celebrated Stove has now a character vvhicl no other has ever allained, and lisa been ofter e n oug h and long enough tried to warrant, the dec bration Iliat it ia the best Cooking Stove in Amcri ca, and should any doubt it I am ready to teat i with any other stove, either aB a fuel saver, or co m plele operator. U haa never been surpassed, if evei equalled, and I hare any amount of testimony sub stuntiating the assertion. T/ie first premium was awarded to this stove at tho fair of the American Institute, New York; iht Sr&t premium by the Franklin Institute, Pliiladcl. plfia; first premium by the Mechanics'Institute, Boston;...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Spy — 16 October 1847
Tub Goi-d Room in Windsor Castle.—The whol collection of what is called the Gold Room a Windsor Castle is valued at twelve millions of do\ tars! There- arc glass cases like 0 silversmith 1 shop, and behind iheglasa arc the principal article* There is a dinner ^c^vicc of silver gilt of the mos gorgeous kind, presented by the merchants of JAv crpool, to the late William the Fourth, long befon he was king, in reword for his advocacy of the tfUve trade! with tlic inscription telling 1 the tale Fhcre is a salver oF immense size, made from the fold 5nuff boxes alone, of George the Fourth,—the ids find instriplioxis curious ' y preserved on the surace is a kind of mosaic of gfold; its vnlue is fifty housand dollars. Nell Gwynn'a bellows—the lian. lies, nozzles, &c. of gold !—the golden peacock, nlaid with diamonds, a n d ru' uci from Dcitili—not in large as a pheasant, but valued nt one imn-Ircd and fifty thousand dollars; tlic footstool of Hppoo Saib, a solid gold lion with chry...