Settler And Pennon in Smethport, Pennsylvania 2 Jul 1840
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Settler and Pennon (Newspaper) - July 02, 1840, Smethport, PennsylvaniaI ail liw in the would i sit Noii publishers of the bal to Nippert now making extensive. Ni0re publication us a fam to be called the Ocean j of Wuich will be issued a or Tbs possible. U will be printed on Hite of Zarke k or Choice Reading mutter of he Unity clippers and no advertise Ali Ole forming one of the most i i Jorr Jav iia Petitf Ever published in j soil be under the editorial of i John h. Hewitt Fyk John a a is i l la we As Vispi Meior or 1 principal contrib i Crary publication issued in or Lulf fifteen years and Ibe Toni a contributor to various period but known his will he Baltimore cs1 " Maori Lenaiy Success which Lias Alten i r Joe of the Dallimore now numbering a larger list of Fri bars Uriati any Oiler newspaper Ever m daily Suplica for a weekly paper to Send by mail subscribers Ibe Many in by the undersigned for induced them to no expense in getting up a paper a i Wanoi to be a Welcome visitor o every fam y Llie to Tell be entirely new Ond the re appearance uie paper will be 10 compare with Ibe beat printed in Lickli now published in he United arms subscription will be 4o Delbri per Annn Fol to be mailed at our Wjk we paying the letter postage or three i to will be furnished for 85, in bankable 7 Iii a when sent us As above. When one by Anil Why cents Are paid in person at a of acc in Hajt Imore a receipt for one subscription will be Given. Pay sent to be made in Advance with i Repett to persons. A subscription Book is now open and Are solicited. Audreas Bull Tim Tab. Baltimore my. Subscriptions to the Clipper will be a cwt and forwarded by this office. T h e a e a a a. I n much tub largess and i Ueal St paper now published in America. Rut Little More than half e year has clap Ltd since the first number of this Mam. Moth among new spa first issued and it now enjoys a circulation and popularity l spa Kalll in new Braj Eit uis Toby. From week to week it presents to ils riders the beat writings of the most Emi Koi Library individuals of this and other count Nib Llie most prominent Mey by , Dickens Bulwer marry Alt Cooper James Jerrio no euro nod love flaking Moore tryant ii. Llie articles from the leading ind popular periodicals of both countries As Ili new miscellany Frazer o u Magazine fee. The whole a orld of literature id a Neack to to fill u. From the study of the Philo Down to the police court through ill it Rigi Nijib of reason poetry Romance and the ample record of Folly it gleans from the past and be present and from All nations As pleasing end useful q Combina Tion us recorded thought and current history a the world can Supply or Industry pro Dice. Tins is Boston notion it Lima places within the reach of every at the earliest possible moment the Roost entertaining and valuable portion of to Jinni Lue Aluie follow my popular Are now in up Jpilar cuu Rae publication in Lue. Boston Union life and adventures of Valentine Vox the splendidly illustrated highly . Of the with appropriate illustrations the most popular monthly publication now issuing from the London press capt. Marryatt. Master Humphrey s by Boz the first of the above works Are published n no Oiler paper in America. Valen Tine Vot is decidedly the Roost popular of publishing in London and it s fur proved More popular to the american Public than mint to Humphrey s or i Oor Jack. Of Valentine Vox we cannot be surprised at tic incr a fib popularity of Elliis the u humorous the object of us ilor being to Moke the people laugh of them Sivesi but although he i acct cols in this we should think to his Luicart o is by no Means calculated to excite peals of laughter it loue i Lon Don dispatch. Valentine Vox consists of tue adventures o Van i Loquist it is d monthly Public similar in style to the Pickwick of iks Liei a is a great Ileal of Lively Ima if iia Ion no inconsiderable Powers of Lumur in it. London observer. Tins is a very arousing work. The Defi of relating the life and adventures of a Veyrl linguist is a capital one affording As do abundant Euberts of Mirl a. 1-Ike its predecessors we Are indebted to present number fora protracted fit of laughter h has us London Ero. Ill not receive our suit from Tut inc in Nib sorry we were for it. I lit lit of laughter which we Are vomit to i Jive in company docs us Good it of Pic Mobili and a cups 113 slur in of next mag1 Izine Day do a Cliart a. Hiers is in this publication such a Fusil Weind an adult Ness of hit Are nut at All surprised at i 3 settler and Pennon. Increasing popularity London age is one of Ibe most amusing works we have Ever rend Chroni c if Conlin Upil a amusing style of this first , stands a very Chance of a Vox foot is or in other words Proi discs much popularity London satirist v there is a conceit in the Concep Tion of this publication which is worked Oft with considerable Talent. 1 his u Ibe most number and in is to appear monthly simultaneously with Llie mag Azinta we May anticipate an agree Sale treat judg ing by the of the portion be fore a possessing the of ventriloquism May cute infinite merriment producing comical genes and Valentine vex is clearly one who is a humorist in sense of the word London tires. Tickling our follies to death is surely an Way of putting an end to them and when the author has no Utt copied this he at least will do Ijo harm. What this voice will prove to be hereafter we of course Are not prepared to say but it is always to be remembered How jeep is its Counce nay the stomach the Venter will make itself heard deep calling unto deep hence we fairly expect nothing Shal at All events from our ventriloquist and that this Vox will make a noise in the world London news. A very humorous end amusing Troik detailing the life and adventures of a ventriloquist. It be funds with droll and humorous scenes which will keep the most melancholy Reader in o aide aching fit of laughter As Long he bos the Book in bends. We need hardly add that Valentine Vox Buls to become a great pubic fat verite Western times. Back numbers commencing with the first part of either or kill the above works will be furnished to such regular yearly subscribers As May wish them. Splendid offer. The notion will be furnished to clubs of two or Mose persons at the following very Low rates for two copies one year 5 five do do 11 nine do do 20 eleven do do 24 fifteen do do 32 Dills on solvent Banks in the United slates except Mississippi and Canadas will be received if sent free of postage. George Roberts. Publisher and proprietor 5, state. Street Boston mass. Person wishing to subscribe to the no Tion will please Call at the settler where subscriptions will be received for the principal literary periodicals in the Union. World Quarto the publisher of the new world has the of Onnor Norini in the that in of the Imro Cnoc o Roux icon which this Mammoth Sheet Baa obtained throughout the United slates and the numerous requests which Hove been made for its publication in a form bet Ter suited for the preservation of its valuable contents he has commenced the Issue of b Quarto edition of the new would in sixteen Large pages contain ing nearly every article appears in the Folio and will in addition be embellished with n piece of popular music. 1 he form is a splendid one for binding and will make a Beautiful volume at the end of the year. Orders must be sent without de to of Only a limited edition will be printed and supplied to none but regular subscribers. No. 1 of the appeared on the 6th of june. Skinis four dollars per annul copies for seven copies for ten copies for fifteen dollars. Payable invariably in Advance. Specimen copies of each edition of the new world May be been by calling at office where subscriptions Are received. C Deiny. T a meeting of the Board of trus _ toes of the Smethport Academy on tuesday the 16th inst., 8 Resolution was passed authorising the trea surer to renew notes and collect 16 per cent., including interest. The trustees will meet on monday Ibe 13th Day of july next for the Pur pose of receiving new notes and the per cent All who do not adjust their noles before Are requested to intend it that us your Lieut will be re Quiaud be the Board. By order of the Board. Juno 23, j640._________ Blank deeds for Sale at jt1u8joffice. Volume. First number to be issued on the Twenty seventh Day of june 1840. N York Mirror a popular and is Kopd Sitosky of literature and the Fink arts containing articles from the pens of will Kab in and Fri elem upon evry subject Bat can prove to Llie l neral Reader including origin.4 Hoeny. Talts and humorous und notices Kari and frym Best new pub Licati Tifi. Both american Lilic and Library Movici-8 of by Corren its Ezrh cd and Lor Lbw journal sync Turco upon Etc. The various in a that Are presented for the probation of the pubic Beautiful Spee i Nenfi of Art music Etc. Of the drams and other 1 from the Frost in Oiher French German italian and an infinite variety of re Atung relating to Pasnow a tests. Remarkable Osseo Yeries and Ira to science Art Mecca Raics Etc., Etc. and costly in Zukav Ings on steel cop per and would rare Beautiful and popular music arranged for the piano Forse guitar Attu inked weekly Iii the City y. New subscribers will furnished gratuitously with proof copies of to of the most in Gnu rings Ever in this to entry painted by Chapman and by Dan Fonh the being a repress nation of the Landing of Columbus in the new is described by Washington Irving the second Ibe Len Dir at James town in As described by Hon. A h. Paulding the present Secretary of the Navy 1 Brae Beautiful Are intended either for framing or Lor the port Folio and Are particularly valuable not Only As illustrating the writings of tvo eminent Buhora try american artists Bat As perpetuating events in the history of this country interesting to every person of taste and refinement and to Aji who feel Pride in native Laud As a refined arid elegant repository of the Belles letters embracing every subject within the Range of polite literature and the Fine arts the new York Mirror has received the spontaneous and uni Versai commendation not Only of Ibe press of the United state but of great Britain. The first number of a new volume of this Beautiful parlor journal will be issued on the Twenty seventh Day of june nest at time Ai the work in generally bound at the end of the year it is Desi Noie bit new subscribers feh Ould commence their . It Ibe intention of tie proprietor to print no More copies than shall be required this Early notice is Given in order to prevent the disappointment that usually takes place in applications for the grit number of a new volume. The new York Mirror is the oldest and Tbs cheapest periodical in America. Number contains a great variety of useful interesting and amusing matter pm Ever subject connected polite literature and the Fine Arta and they form at the Ead of Ibe year an immense volume of four Hun dred and Ai Teea Imperial Quarto pig a Vignette title Page table of coolants Esplen did fifty pieces of popular music arranged Tor the piano Forte guitar a Library in Wuelfi and All tots is afforded at the very to Rifting Cost of is a year a sum almost inadequate far the extraordinary our friends Are More numerous our re More ample our exertions to Render the Mirror the first of shall be unflagging Ever. At Home we have a Liat of nearly two Hundred con embracing most of Talent and Genius of America and we have established a permanent both in London and Paris. Four Superb engravings will be Given in the course of the new volume from designs painted and engraved expressly Kcjr the work by the most eminent artists. A number of Euri ont of Wood Wilt also be Given. In catering for the general taste we shall never omit to set aside a due proportion of space for Ibe Especial amusement and edification of or a and gentle country Lumen in the suit Shine of whose favor the Mirror has Long flourished As a favorite journal. In issuing this new volume we feel confident that while we co Lunue to Merit we continue to support which we take this occasion in acknowledge and we a new vol. Wilb spirit and a steady determination to Render the Mirror Alt that its most ardent could wish. The Mirror is published every saturday at no. 1, Barclay Street door Broadway. It is elegantly printed in the extra Quarto form with Brevier minion and nonpareil types. It u once every hires months with a splendid super Royal Quarto engraving am every week with a popular piece of music arranged for the piano Forte Harp guitar Etc. Far each volume an Roqu Isileli engraved Vignette Lille and s conspicuous Index Are furnished. Lire five dollars per an num payable in in is foils red by the earliest mails to sub residing out of tie City of new Yolk. Coton unseat us Post paid must be addressed to the editor no subscript Ion i received for o less period one year pert generally Are requested to act As agents for wort. Letters ordering the Mirror must contain be Post and bal the Are is Advance. Aix persons having Delnao As against the estate of Daniel deceased late of by Nguia too ship Are notified to Iii Kent Jaccoi Iutin ouly Solli Enticott d for ret Ament and those nuke immediate pay mint to he subscriber id leu Raof a Deninis Rolion have been com cd by the it giver. Daniel kooks Aux a. , my 28, Emo. H. One ans Cocks Etc of at Law. Office South East Corner of uni a in parse race of of Trier of the a bps Coort of m Kean county will a exposed to Sale by Pablo due or St the court Lio Aseia Smethport on saturday the 27tfa Day of june at o clock. P. M. Of Caid Bay the follow tog dec ride real North one half of lot no. Containing acres thirty Perc Bea of acres on the tame of forty to fifty Oao Frame Bro. On the a Well of water near Iha boats i Staale to Tea Towo Asp of Keating county of m Kean Patata of Peak of Tavanis the of to Nat clan White dece Atad is to by d. Valerie East by pot a toe Soaib by lands of George Otto de and by the Biag foam lauds. The Smethport Ida son Lanphier on the 16th of May Dasfot forty. Five due on be of july 3s40. Said note won Given in consideration for a pair of Stags and i is tvs Learned that the vere lurid ii by Maxson Lanphier Ceru Rny in Ozias for the Percy Neatice us u Ici Tain Job of Clearing which Ceiri not been done. Now the of the above note failed i Oca determined not to pay it unless cum Perd by Taw. G. Langwo Billy. Jwuc 1840
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