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Settler And Pennon (Newspaper) - July 23, 1842, Smethport, Pennsylvania
Tamini houses a successful Mode of taming the wildest horses by breathing to their nostrils has lately been tested by numerous experiments in England or Catlin in his Man ners and customs of North Ameri can indians says he has often tried the Experiment so successfully on Buffalo in concurrence with the custom of the country that they would follow at the heels of his Hsiau to closely and affectionately As if accompanying their tha Indiana tame the wild horses in the same manner after Vang caught them with the a so or Ellis of Windsor eng land chanced to read the above he determined to try the Experiment he did so upon a yearling Colt particularly unmanageable and so successfully As to astonish Tho owner and grooms Tho had tiled in rain to subdue it or Ellis is of the opinion that this is Tho secret of the celebrated Irish Horsa Turners who displayed Power in thid Way they pretended to whisper to the animal cud played with its head then probably breathed in its nostrils this is u valuable disco try if True and May be the moans f preventing a great Many Acci dents it is at any rate Worth try ing and we therefore make it pub Jim for the Benefit of those interested a Herd of buffaloes it ise Uii Linit a Yankee is Ade quate to any emergency and whether coaxing n Consulship out of Congress or catching Coons Hia brain teems with some hugs to circumnavigate the Globe in a Mackerel so or convert saw dust into pills sons ouch unique scheme must have entered into the head of the Hunters having Possession of the Buffalo Herd now in this City the history of their taking As gathered from Tho owner i substantially As april a native residing somewhere this Side of Down in Missouri gathered together a Cor puny of seventeen twelve horses four waggons and fifty five cows and calves with in intent to traverse the immense Plain near the base of the Rocky mount Airis in search of Young buffaloes after reaching the Sceno of operations he Hunters would select half a dozen of the fittest horses and dash off Arab like to Tho Plain spying a Herd they hold up and cautiously a the animals keeping Well to the Leeward a shaman Cay to prevent the cd Imalis from taking a Larm which they easily do when the Hunter is to the Windward once near enough a Rush is made among the Herd end by the Means of lassos Tho mexican mocha of Cuttle rope Al of Tho creatures he secured Tho Liu tors aimed at the calves if tbsp missed them and to catch a tartar who was Likely to prove an ugly Cus Tomer the Rafla was brought into request immediately and the an Imal despatched such of the Yourg us were secured would be Token Back to the Encampment and by killing a calf be longing to on2 of the cows which they took with them on their de parture from Home Tho cow and her Young offspring at Tho same time having Bosn fastened to a Stuko to prevent escape in a week tha Young Buffalo would be come so much Altai Ched to that it would h loosened and suffered to run at Large with Tho cow and from that time the two were inseparable in this manner of period of four months the were taken and domesticated when the Hunters had secured thirty seven Young buffaloes an Ante Loaa and an Elk the whole re turned again to their Homes the it Catton of their operation was on 1he Arkansas five Hundred Miles w 8 w from Independence to Fer beyond the present Bounds of civilization Tho animal Tare now some fifteen Mouths and Are particularly fond of Oats or other Gram but eat Witlox avidity Well cured or grass Ono of the cow used in Tho Hunting excursion still with the Herd and acts As a kind of Bell wether the Nna Vii it Iii him in my ahead and is followed by the Buffa Loes in a drove from one Point to an other where the proprietors deem it Best to exhibit in a few weeks they will reach new York if not disposed of they will be shipped to commercial advertiser of gentlemen of this town having deter mined o make some experiments in Wal magnetism or mesmerism with n View to deter none whether operations could be successfully performed it a considerable Dos acc went on Friday last by railway to the operator Forward to Luthc Retra it was agreed that at a Given Lima the operator should make the usual manipulations in the station Home at hot Lurlian when the subject a Young Man should a in a room urls Taide precisely at the time appointed sleep produced and in less than one minute atm hurts tie Young Man was drawn to wards Kui Wierham with a Force so Power Ful that it took several Strong Persona to hold him after a few minutes were passed the gentlemen about amongst whom was an experienced medical practitioner were Able with great exertions to restore him to partial Ponacio Suess i and on the operator arriving by the next ruin from hoi Yerdam he was instantly set the Young Man was aware that an attempt to Mesin Sias him would be made but did not know at what Lime All present were perfectly satisfied with tha Success of the Experiment but they concurred in saying Llinat great danger would be Likely to re sult from frequent repetition when the operator and the patient can be Brut boil together immediately in the cases of emergency there is Little to fears and cat mainly no person ought tit attempt to mag Nettise another without being sure that he can instantly put his patient into a Natu ral state the distance from i Rotherham station to Brightside station is three Miles and a half and As the train leaves Liotier Ham in a few after is arrival for Bligh Side and Sheffield a similar Experiment could scarcely be made in less Sheffield Iris it Vonse of inquiry Wao recently held by a magistrate respecting the death of Luiis Curis aged 42 who committed suicide at Waterloo Bridge in London the formerly carried on t most extensive business us a Silkman pfc Turer to Spitalfields where he employ upwards of 200 men being n native of Lyons and speaking the English Lan i bul imperfectly one of Hia Obj ends induced him to acc Chi Bills loan immense Binu unt und the consequence was that All his property was and he failed for or about thirteen years from the testimony of a number of i Nessas it appeared Tysl Ever since the event referred to the deceased had been very responding in his mind and flighty in is manner lie a teams a desperate Gam Eicr addicted to excessive drink 1c and when in that state would in to Cut the throats of his his wife was at limes so much alarmed hat frequently she was lib Ligid to Send her children away he had been confined for nine months in Wolthouse the ground of insanity and on Lite expiration of that time discharged to a bumped employment As a Cleak and at the time of his death was commission c gent to a or Fiey on sunday morning he affectionately took leave of his wife saying wus in Hopes he in null get the alluding to Tome that was owing to or he should be unhappy for he did not Tel urn Hurace that night As he expected to sleep at u friends 0i Mon Day morning he had breakfast with or Irey and was More responding than usual und when lie left said he was going a Short journey but lie bad often made the same statement Little was thought of it about 3 Oclock in tits afternoon at a Coachman was passing Over Waterloo Bridge he saw the deceased jump on Ibe parapet and get on the ledge he then look off bit Bat exclaiming Good Bye i am leaped into the River he was taken out in about half an hour but life quite the jury re turned verdict that tha deceased Sci troyed himself in Ittye of temporary in Unity brought on by great tub universe ahoy not Lelih great wonder is forthcoming a Levia Linn Newi Peper or Studt Telb Boston notion Wilt shortly be published which in Point of size Beauty of paper and typography convenience of form value and freshness of contents and number of splendid engravings will far surpass that of any Over be fore issued from any newspaper establish ment in the world the subscribe1 publisher of the Boston notion feels a degree of honest Pride in being Able to announce that he it now no King the most extensive arrangements for the publication at an Early period of a Stu Pei Idous printed Sheet or quadruple no Tion which he has every Confidence from the nature of his arrangements will far surpass in Point of size Beauty and value any of his previous efforts at newspaper publishing mid to which he will Challenge the world to produce an equal it contain printed mutter to thu amount of near sixteen thousand Square inches or one Hundred and four Square feet 1 employ ing Over three million seven Hundred Oliou Sand letters it will be embellished with Over 200 splendid engravings i of a serious comic and ludicrous character num Ber of them entirely original the let tar press contents will be of the most Val liable character und in article will be us Lowed a place in its columns that has previously appeared in any american Public it will be filled with entirely new Atid fresh matter the next Steamer from Europe will bring us a Large Quantity of Mut Cruls sent for by us expressly Tor the columns of this forthcoming stupendous Sheet among other matters it will contain two entire full sized novels by Bulwer and James the two most celebrated and popu Lar novelists the age and also a new novel by mrs Gore these novels when printed by the booksellers will probably sell for trom two to three dollars a Large number of splendid tales romances Sio Ries biographical sketches memoirs of distinguished anecdotes and Tun enough for a year will fill up its columns it will be emphatically an intellectual giant fur this great wonder the charge will is Only 25 cents per copy i to newspaper and periodical agents throughout the country de Sirous of having any of this astonishing publication will please Send a their orders at mice accompanied with the Only a limited edition of thirty thousand co pies will be printed orders will be sup plied in the order in which they arc Recei Ved after allowing reasonable time for Distant agents the wholesale Price to a Jents others will be g2u per fifty copies copies is to clubbing shall receive nine copies for copies for copies for Twentyfive co Pirn for to Postni skiis has musters who will trouble themselves to Lor word us a remit receive an extra copy for them selves in a separate wrapper for every 82 for nine copies that they Muy enclose to us Gbo to Uekes publisher Boston notion notion office Boston june the postage on this Sheet will be Only one cent under one lieu Lvpl Miles und i cents Over 100 Milts i As it will be printed As a newspaper extra Boston quadruple notion editors who May receive a copy of the above advertisement marked Anil will give it two or three insertions in their respective papers shall be entitled to copies free of charge order of the German so Octy of taut Only Kenn county Pennsylvania the subscriber offers the i above Reward to any person who will i find of give information where inny be found or William Frank a i member of the above named society who disappear cd very mysteriously from Teuton in on Tho 20th Day of March last said Frank was about thirty five years of ago had on when he went a wily a Cap a Saiu os1 striped cloth pantaloons a greek roundabout and a Gold ring on his Finger and in his Possession a double barrelled shot gun connection with the above Reward will be paid the Twenty five dollars offered by the society shortly after or Frank disappeared Henry Sweitzer president Teutonia july 15th 1842 31 Gill by Rand Caststeel scythe la prior re Eirea for ule Tobii july at Law Coudersport Pennsylvania attorney at Tiaw and Plain not 1 and 3 together with Flat constantly on Handt at the settler Cnnon july 9 Only one dollah1 every youths Gazette the urgent Hon dimmest and whet pest be Tiu dial for the Young in the United states published every fortnight it the new would office and every number embellished with elegant in having every youths Gazette la published in Quarto form containing id pages on White Fine paper find will be edited by an experienced writer for the Young assisted by the most eminent Talent of this country and England it give Nestiuk the most popular works for children by authors dear and familiar to As Mia Worth mrs Holland Mary oui it miss Tiar Fineou mrs uhf will miss Milford mrs s c Hull Foan Nuli South Ley miss cooled pc and others and at a i ice for Lesi than that which such works could be reprinted in this country it will also contain original Urti Eles by favorite american aut Liora a pure moral tone will Pei Uncle its columns and it will in All respects be adapted to the tastes and Capaci ties of All Youthful 1ersons and thus Merit its name terms for one copy for two copies in notes of All solvent and specie paying Banks in the United Stales and Canada not Over six per cent discount payable always in Advance clubs will be supplied on the following terms four copies Lor five ten copies for Only ten dollars to be paid for in current new York and Eastern Vunda postage paid in no ease will the Gazette be sent to clubs except for Money above specified or its equivalent if in in current Money for four dollars current Money the new world and every youths Gazette will be sent one year All postmasters or agents who shall have sent ten hereafter Forward one Dollar current new York funds or each additional copy specimen copies sent when requested All letters must be addressed Post paid or free to j w1ncfiester publisher so Ann St new York june 28 the far melts Cabinet is published by Josiah Tat uni no 50 North 4th Street Philadelphia it is edited by James Pudder and is issued on the fifteenth of every month in numbers of 32 pages each the subjects will be illustrated by engravings whenever they can be appropriately introduced Dollar per non us or five dollars for seven in Advance All subscriptions must commence at the beginning of a volume having lately struck Oft a new edition of one or two of the numbers which had become exhausted we Are now Able to Supply to a limited extent any of the Back volumes they May be had at one Dollar num burs or Ono Dollar Twentyfive cents halt bound and lettered for six dollars paid in Advance a com plete set of the will be furnished including the first five volumes half bound and the sixth volume in numbers copies returned to the Olricke of publication be neatly half bound und lettered at Twenty five cents per volume by the of the Post master Gene ral the cd Biliet is subject Only to news paper postage trial is one cent on each number within Hie state or within one Hundred of the puce of publication out of the one cent and n half Only to any other part of the United states Tust musters ure it Liberty to receive Bubs tiption Forward them to the pub Lishers under their affording Opportunity to Del who wish it to order the Wink and pay for it without expense of postage june 1812 prospectus of the Coul water work is to Bons title indicates pc voted to Hie cause of Temperance and it a fully to Mictl Conui Enlil Nnoli named that our erections through the medium of its pages will to productive of much Good especially to Young and rising generation for who it is More particularly designed it be our aim to inculcate by statement of Facie by illustrations interesting narratives sketches and tales the principles of total abstinence and sound morality to give to he Young a Juat Abhorrence of the Uso of intoxicating drinks and cause them to shun every temptation which May lend to so baneful a practice to incite in them a just und laudable desire to Benefit their fellow men by adding their mite of influence to the moral Power which u now at work and which promises to wipe away this blot Pun Lite fair Fame of our country to Aid the reformer and encourage the reformers in their praiseworthy of fora to conquer the enslaving passion fur drink which has debased so Many of the noblest hearts and proudest in be Liels to speak the words of Hope and encouragement to the drunkard and of sober truth Ond remonstrance to those who still persist in Tho Unhan Lyt unchristian and unmanly practice of dealing in that which is Bligh King the fairest Flowers poisoning the holi est afflictions severing the fondest ties and filling the land with crime misery and to to Aid us in the undertaking we Nave secured Tho of n Moore and gentlemen warmly devoted to and actively Engi red in the editors and Host of Sterling productions cannot fail of being Tho instruments of much Good if widely disseminated a number of the work will be issued on the first Day of each month containing ii Large 8vo pages illustrated by numerous original engravings Temperance and music done up in a neat and appropriate cover at the Tow Price of one Polur a year in Advance or seven copies f or k five dollars we solicit the Aid of the friends of Tern Perano in All parti of the country in this useful undertaking All orders and paid to be undressed to a Stew St Scammell 67 South third Street Philadelphia who give the above a few in and Send a copy of their paper marked with Ink to the publishers shall receive the work for year wanted Active and intelligent agents wanted to procure subscribers to the above work in All parts of the country the Best of references required address Post i Mike Scammell 67 South third Street Philadelphia inducements to subscribe for periodicals the subscriber offers either the second or third volume of Burtons gentleman each containing 426 pages of Reading matter with splendid eng savings stitched so that they can be sent to any part of the United states with Only the Ordinary Cost of Magazine postage to any person who will Forward him the subscription Price for one year free of postage of either Oodrys Ladys Book Magazine ladies companion Joston mis Cellany new York Mirror Peoples Library Knickerbocker democratic review Yankee notion Boston notion brother Jonathan new world weekly Tribune Magnet or american Phreno logical Jour Nal j u Colon Genera newspaper and periodical office Chesnut opposite Jones hotel Philadelphia n copies for Sale and subscriptions received for All the principal newspapers and magazines in the United slates also the foreign magazines and reviews ail publishers who wish me to procure them subscribers and advertisements Wilt please Send me a letter stating their Low est terms publishers of newspapers by giving Tho above one or More insertions will receive a volume of the above Magazine t Etters remaining at the Post office in Smethport a july 1st 1842 William Appleba Armena Ben net o i Clymore we us Chopin George c comes Calvin Chadwick Hio Haris Les Liev congregational Church Darling dict Jedediah Freeman Brewster Gruss mire Daniel Hawkins l 112 Jewett Senju min 2i a dwell Alexander Marsh Jasper Manning Dis Temonius Nolan John Pelton g Penfield Amila miss Pawling Lydia c mrs Nice Leonard Solomon Wisp s Sartwell Searl s i Rev Werner Henry Williams William Walters Wright Maria Youngs w courts counterfeit lie Lector and Bank jute arranged pamphlet of Large Octavo pages has obtained much favor with the Public As being equal in usefulness and correctness to any und Superior to most of the periodicals of this kind the descriptions of counterfeit Sank notes particularly the late ones Are Plain full und simple and easily understood und the of the Jeanii note list and Stock and specie tables Are made by experienced brokers who have every jul Mility fur obtaining the requisite in formation the note list gives the rates at which fit Bank notes Are Dis counted in Philadelphia together with the names of the broken Banks frauds Sec ice the work is published on the first of every month at the Low Price of one Dollar a year in or seven copies for five Dol Lars of 1213 cents per single nuni ice office in Quarry St gift first build ing West from 96 North swed Street Philadelphia All orders must be accompanied the Money and the postage paid the Turnpike Between a the House of Richard Renshaw mud Hon Juel Biti hop on Tho evening of thu 10th a Largo calf skin which one against Origi Nally with several endorsements one of we Kipley fur near one against Brewster Freeman one Ngu inst William burling Aie for 5 one against and e j Cook one against Hoag fur about with a Smull endorsement county order with some other papers whoever Niny find said pocket Book will be liberally rewarded on returning u to the subscriber e j Cook Marvin Creek june 18
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