Settler And Pennon in Smethport, Pennsylvania 7 May 1842
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Settler And Pennon (Newspaper) - May 7, 1842, Smethport, Pennsylvania
Flint the soil is Sandy Loam and 100 loads of manure were put on the four acres the born ripened and was Cut Early to sow Tho ground with cultivator Louis Phillipo now age when dropsy generally proves if he should be removed another Revo Lution is greatly to be a Jinan of less tact and Talent than Louis Phillipe at the head the sovereignty would have changed hands years ago and with the present secret movements of parties a successor Only of equal Powers would to Able to guide the Helm Texas appears quiet again though in regard to the designs of Santa an a thiere is a Deal of gon Houston is very highly spoken of by porno letter writers Asa Soldier and statesman he is ranked with the most Brave and gifted a deaf and dumb lady and gentle Man were recently married at new or leans they will have a quiet House of it especially if the babies take after their unfortunate parents a band of robbers have been lately discovered at Johnstown Gambia county in this state consisting of a number of Young men some of whom had joined the Church As a cloak to their Rascal Ity several of them have been Arres Ted and gave bail for appearance and the remainder have made them selves quite Chron a Young Man named William Rey nolds accidentally filled himself near Galena a Short time since with a pocket pen knife passengers Are taken from Detroit to Buffalo at each Tho editor of the Albany journal to already been presented with some Early growth of that neigh boyhood the amount of american Salt if tip ported into Canada during the past sea1 son is estimated itt barrels the Pittsburg american states that Tho fall Grain in Allegheny county never looked finer Tho Boston times a Penny paper is offered for to is stated that the average number of passengers Between Albany and new York from May to december is three thousand per Day the jew York express says that Groat numbers of whales have made their appearance in the offing three thousand persons have signed the Temperance pledge at Cleveland Ohio a deliberate scorns that the suicide of the Earl of Mun Ster was of the most deliberate kind the first shot was ineffectual and went stairs from his dressing room to his Library meeting a servant whom he desired to bring a Light say ing to had met with an Accident and wounded his hand which was bloody the servant brought the Light and had turned to go for a surgeon when he heard another shot and going Back found his master dead he had with his left hand fired a pistol into his Mouth which nearly blew off the Skull lady Munster and his daughters were in the House Rhode election instituted by the suffrage party was held on monday and seems to have gone very quietly Rhode Island was not shaken to her foundations nor was All Tho i combustible Coal that lies be Neath her surface Sot on fire the weather was bad for one thing and the moderate but firm letter of the president Hud an excellent effect for Ano ther great exertions arc making in Lon Don to bring about a Junction of the Atlantic with the Pacific oceans the visit of he King of Prussia to England Cost about a Liverpool paper states that there is now in that town an american lady who has crossed the Atlantic fifty five times our Philadelphia saturday chronicle of april affords us sincere pleasure to be at length Able to state that repose has succeeded to conf wion in our monetary affairs specie is abundant Money is to be had at Tower rates of interest and the resuming Banks Are entirely possessed of the Confidence of the Public the Only kind of currency that is complained of is that composed of the state Relief notes but As these can to absorbed in payment of taxes and dues to the Commonwealth it is hoped that after a few months they will improve the Spring Trade is Small but sound therein however an a abundance of merchandise on Sale particularly of imported goods As no fewer than four targe ships arrived last week from England with heavy car goes United states Treasury notes have improved slightly the quotations at present being Only from1 to 1 per cent discount the mayor and aldermen of Boston have resolved to License no person to sell spirituous liquors in that City the ensuing year a clockmaker of echelons m Rabier has taken out a Patent for a new clock which winds itself up in the act of striking the mechanism is said to be so simple that these new clocks can be sold at a Low Price upwards of have already been subscribed in Aid of Texas in the Southern and southwestern cities a la named Carnuel Woon socket Rhode Island fell Down dead of saturday lust while playing Ball with a party of his Young friends an internal rupture from Over exertion is said to have been the cause the Baltimore Sun says that two men fought nut Long since in Tho Woods of Arkansas till they compelled by loss of blood to desist one of them died soon after having received thirty one stabs with a knife the other was shot through the kid Neys and could not recover it the hot ant Miracle of the Are a ctn in the Publica Tion of thai Julum kudu a q urto Puper which has been jus commenced by messes Dillon h co of new York the known of the likening Tattler and which Lii Hugh Large among lie largest Benui ill among lie must Beautiful and Able among the Ablest Liebson Qudala of the Day be furnished to subscribers in All pans of the United states for the almost Bur jiggly Low Price of one Dollar the Uii Omiter has been established on an Enid rely new set of principles Viz Inge Pem Lence Muraly piety Good love Honor mid All the other Virtues but i out As our tile shall overhaul and re Kef lure aft every vessel Lull Cumes in our All the treasures they May possess to our own us and thu Trade we shall labor at until the passage of the Law intern Tunal copyright shall Render literary piracy an Coli lice however we shul boy up the Best Talent that May be had for love or keep an exquisite poet and a Brilliant Par Contti Giuily on and in a wont leave undone that May be considered Are Victile in making the Buu Aneer the leading the age the la Ucaner is printed on Sheet of full double Mthm it intr in Quarto form and contains thirty two columns of closely printed matter obtained from the Best in the world another Peculiar feature of the Bucan Eer is Ilmet in each number will appear an article entitled the medical adv Selt wherein Rich and poor one and All can with Confidence and secrecy obtain the Best medical advice fur All diseases incident to the human Frame thai the pub lie May place implicit Reliance in the integ Rity and Bill of the medical gentleman who will superintend this portion of our paper we need Only say thai his diplomas irom the medical University of Edinburgh and the Royal College of surgeons London Are open to the inspection of All who wish to consult him persons wishing advice May write under any signature they a Complete description of their complaint or such questions As they May Wuh to have answered on All surgical and medical postmasters or others enclosing a five dollars will be entitled to a sixth copy of the by Caneer one year a letters to be poll paid and addressed to Dillon company 95 Nassau Street new York City extensive improvements both in that and us cloth dressing machinery and that to will be ready to commence the carding of Wool by the fifteenth of june next that in his present new location to will Havo Tho advantage of All the water and not be compelled to delay his work to accommodate others As heretofore been the Case consequently he will be Able to do his work not Only in a Workmanlike manner but with surprising despatch that he will be Able to commence the cloth dressing As soon As the 1st of september and to proceed in that with equal despatch having had extensive experience in the business of carding and cloth res sing a flatters himself that he will be Able to Merit As he Hopes to receive a Liberal patronage from his friends who need his labor Wool which is prepared is it should be will be warranted to make Good Rolls if not Well prepared at the owners risk not mine All kinds of produce taken in pay ment county orders at Par and Cash without discount Nelson Medbery april 28 1842 20 sheriffs by virtue of sundry writs of Vendi Toni exports issued out of the court of common pleas of mean county and to me directed and delivered i shall expose to Public Sale at the court House in the Village of Smethport on thursday the 10th Day of May next at two Oclock in the afternoon of said Day the following described property to wit a part of warrant number two thousand and Nuiet five of thirty six acres on which there is a framed House nor barn and Waggon House thirty acres improved und an Orchard Joel Sartwelle interest in one Hun dred acres adjoining with ten acres improved the mansion House of Hiram Payne and barn in Staeth part with three squares number fort five fort six and sixty five or Twenty four Village lots also Twentyfive acres and allowances Cal led Tho Grove Rice lot Twentyfive rods front on the Road one log House and about Eglit acres improved one undivided half of five Hundred acids of warrant five thousand and thirty eight one until video half of three Hundred acres of warrant five thousand five Hundred and seven Lefour one undivided halt of two Hundred acres of warrant five thousand five Hundred and seventy three one undivided half of seventy five acres of warrant three thousand seven Hundred and fifty nine seized taken in execution and to old As Tho property of Payne and Sartwell Nelson Richmond sheriff sheriffs office Smethport april co 1842 5 Wool and cloth dressing e subscriber wishes to inform the citizens of mean that he has purchased and is now refitting in a new building built for that purpose a few rods below Smethport near the Mouth of Marvin Creek the extensive and Well known carding and cloth dressing machine of Asa that he is introducing new carps into the caving machine and making other Lili subscriber gives notice tha he will apply by petition to the court of Quarter sessions for Miketin county at the May term 1312 for License to keep a tavern or Houv i of entertainment at the Astor House in the Village of Smith port David r Bennet april 15th 1343 s3 we the undersigned citizens of Smethport certify the House above named is necessary to accommodate tha Public and entertain strangers and that we Are personally and Well acquainted with David u Ben net the above named Petitioner and also having a knowledge of the House for which License is prayed do there fore certify that he is a person of Good repute for honesty Anri Temperance and to is Well qualified and Well provided with Liotino room stabling arid other conveniences fur lodging and accommodating strangers and travellers w y Mccoy o r Bennet w s Oviatt d Holcomb 0 j Hamilin 1 r Hawkins p food h w Smith we n Smith Isaac Merriam John e Wiles f h Ham Lin insolvent notice take notice that i have applied to the judges of the court of common Plena of Potter county for the Benefit of the insolvent Laws of Monical tilt and they have appointed the fourth monday in May nest at ten of Click in Ilia Forenoon of Day at the court Hoosain Condo Spori for the hearing of me and my credit ors when and where Youcan attend if you think proper Charles Goble couders Art March Sale Flimie subscribers Al of Tho estate of Ebonezer Pur Ker deceased will sell on Friday the thirteenth Day of May next at the late residence of said Parker in Ceres at ten Oclock in Tho Forenoon the Fol lowing personal property of the said estate to one fanning ill two Horace and Colts Wagon Sleigh and harness cows sheep yearlings Harrow chains scythes Ono caldron Kettle a Quantity of a Quantity of Pine and Hemlock lumber at the Mill Beds and bedding redheads Almirs Cronware one Rifle a Quantity of potatoes about five acres of wheat on the ground together with Many other articles too numerous to mention terms of Sale an sums of three dollars and under Cash Down Over three dollars three months credit on Lood Security and judgment notes he ing Given attendance will be Given to Joseph Otto 3 adminis Joel Parker Tlatova april 20 1342 also All persons indebted to or having claims against the said estate of Ebenezer Parker Are requested to Home Forward and make them known to the administrators 19 8hqs1mero2t and stove establishment b m Innab b c w Blake Wii la inform to Weir friends and the Public generally that they have entered into Copartnership in the stove to quid Sheet Iron business St the More formerly of c w Blake 8c co opposite the Public Square a there can be found the Best assortment of St Uvea Ever offered in this Vicinity Viz office far Lur school House and Cook ing saves together with All the furnish ing apparatus suitable for All kinds of stoves also Copper teakettles sap boiler Sheet Sheet Lead rus Sia and English Sov epic constantly on hand caldron kettles ploughs Bleu and Sleigh shoes also a general assortment of the celebrated Albany hollow a general assortment of tin Ware whole Sale und Treuil Jup Annad Ware Britania Ware brass kettles a general assortment of shelf hardware and cutlery Job work Dune with neatness and Des Patch v e will sell cheap for Cash lumber or approved paper the of the Public is respect fully solicited so Blake clean n August 25 1841 20y the 3d term of Tho fifth year of this institution will commence on monday the 4th april under the the superintendence of Glenni w so Ofield a b graduate of Ham Ilton College state of new York a gentleman of much Promise Talent Bud ability rates of tuition Creek latin 00 pure and mixed mathematics 2 50 philosophy chemistry mineralogy and botany 2 arithmetic geography and bookkeeping 2 00 each term will continue Leaveu weeks boarding May be obtained in respectable families for 23 to 50 per week by order of the Board f 13 hamli1v Scervo sme Liport March 30 1642 16 libel in divorce Sylvia in the common by her next Friend pleas of mean Sabinus Walker county v8 i a subpoena and John Chamberlain j Eliis subpoena hav ing issued been returned in Are hereby required and commanded to take notice that you be and a p before the Hon the judges of the court of common pleas of the county of Jukian to be Holdon at the court in Smethport on monday the 16th Day of May next then and there to show came if you have Why the Laid Sylvia Chamberlain should not be divorced irom he Bonds of Matrimony from you be hid John Chamberlain Nelson Richmond sheriff Smethport april 80 Clover seed for Safe at Lii suffice 6m Nortch Tihe Feby riven that a court of common Plevi and general Quarter Eimont of the peace court ind court of Oene Rul Jill delivery in and for the county of mucin will be held at the court House in the Village of Smet Pom on monday the 16th Day of May it in Oclock in the Forenoon of said Day at which time and Piloo Oil suitors Coronec us Sticks of the peace and Wiir in the count will notice that they be then and there in their proper persons Slih their Rolls Inqui Lioni Cha firm inns and other to do those things which to Belr off Eta Apner Triin to be and All suitors id is Are also required to be and attend at court and not depart without leave Given under my hand and at sme Liport the 14th Day of april in tie year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and forty two u1chuonu re pub Northe in Light to free discussion and to the diff on of useful knowledge Mil Cellaneous literature and general intelligence this Tilic Fotion Lias been before the Public one year and its merits Are too Well understood to need an extended no lice it is unique in its design its columns being thrown open to correspondents on both aides f i spirited Date scions of Public policy Alt party discussions Are rigorously excluded i and it is believed no other paper contains in so condensed shape a greater variety of valuable and interesting matter it is conducted by John a Dix Alonzo Potter t to Robyn Beck Gideon Hawley Vimr rms Alcott Amos Dean and Edward c Delevan published monthly in the City of by Charles Van 20 Market Street 1ublication Day 15lh of each month terms for a single copy one year for 6 copies do 5 for 100 copies do 75 payable always in Advance the 1st volume ends with the March the first number of the second volume will be issued on 15th of april 1812 Post musters Are requested to act As prospectus of a new and very cheap Magazine on the first Day of april was commenced a new Magazine to take Tho place of the Phoenix and under the Halti Mihe Visith j e editor it is issued with a fur neater on Good paper and Type and is composed of closely printed amount Najj to nearly four Hundred pages per volume each number will be accompanied by a very Fine Wood Cut illustrating the natural history and customs of the Momoli for which each number is intended each design will be accompanied by prose and poetic sketches not Only of the general features and holi Duy customs but likewise of the agricultural peculiarities of every month this Wilt be h new feature and it is hoped will Render the monthly visitor a peculiarly Welcome guest on every Farmers the first number is likewise embellished with an engraving representing the illustrated by a Story from Ilie pen of Charles Lamb one of Tho most popular authors England has Ever boasted this plate and the illustrations of the month have never appeared in any other Magazine the Quality of the Reading matter of the Baltimore monthly visitor maybe inferred from the following list of contributors to which other distinguished names will be from time to time added to instruct and to amuse will be our aim Rev e y Reese Rev Leander Keer prof 3 h w Dunbar prof Edward Foreman prof Chapin a c James a Milton or John Vonerden or j w Ageyev mrs Lydia Jane Pierson mrs Amelia ii Wei by miss Esther Wetherald the two David Hoffman Esq n c Brooks am or m Topham Evans or t s Arthur author of the or w h Carpi liter or j b Jones author of wild Western Vioget or j Austin Sperry Mij e s Koch Thomas c Atkinson or q Barbour or k c Squier sir s i1 Glenn George Yel let Seq m s Lovett f Tudor Horton Mil Ford author of the deserted Pius John Smith of author of a drs in the line of critical notices of new books u decided improvement has been made upon the plan of the Plia unix arid and in the Way of stories an in refill to has been adopted which will no list the of giving loner novels continued Provo kingly from number to number in order to place the work in the of Euch As not fuel willing to pay Tia wore expensive prices of monthly mags Mes tie pop Tienor has determined to publish the work at the extremely Low Price charged Lor its Shiner and Ted Jared lessor the Price is therefore to be b 50 for a single five copies for g5 to this in giving about four pages for one cent it desirable to receive orders at once that we know How to regulate our the Traje will be served at very Liberal extremely anxious As we ire to extend the the widely is possible the will entitle to Cordulo Exchange address in stage paid the proprietor of the monthly at the office of the saturday Vii our no n Street Bullimore my
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