Smethport Forester And Smethport Register in Smethport, Pennsylvania 28 Sep 1833
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Smethport Forester and Smethport Register (Newspaper) - September 28, 1833, Smethport, PennsylvaniaOf -. A residing in Ai Bourg Tirl Caius Ilija approx Asiye of burglary placed i a loaded Musket i Days since so that the v. Effected by a proper application of our meeting them out actor the necessities of the Community and less lamenting the decline of Public Virtues fear checking the pro Gress of Public vice for vice retarded i is virtue advanced As the direction add discussion of measures of National and state policy Are the business of the books every Book published in the Library will Complete in itself a Itie Page will Given with each vol ume so that the subscriber if Raay sell or give it with out injury others or it May bound up at the pleasure of the Sib v an sae policy Are siness person opening door j daily the full application of and Oil Lei its can merits. I Olson s remark is necessarily neg Lee his wife of Rishi ii non King forgot the trag and on opening the door was instantly melancholy proof of her braids menu itys advantages of Low Pri gentleman in okie of the steandib0ats. Asked the Steward when Cathie round to evil act the is. Each for the Best if there being was no danger of own up. The promptly replied sir not the cannot afford to blow people at Vic prices. Is there in pipe said Young put Twelin that i know replied his companion that smoking induces drinking drinking induces in toxic Rion intoxication induces the bile., bile induces the jaundice Jaun a Jive Leada to or Dps dropsy Termina Tes Iii death. Put that into a bottle Aud smoke it cure for a Snake Man bit Liy a Snake and in fifteen min utes his foot was. Swelled to double its i in fifteen minutes More his foot was entirely cured by putting it into a Inge bucket full of new milk. Galenian. Ted and the consequence is that vice shielded by worry influx ence Are abroad among the. An editor in Canden new Jersey closes a flaming editorial with the remark sufficient unto the Day is the evil As Shakespeare it there no sunday school in Cam Den spy. A. Barber was once asked what was the tension that nature had not Given beards to Woven the Tonsor replied because Uliey could never hold their tongues Long enough to the repository a monthly journal of 32 pages published at Washington by the american colonization society. In connexion with accurate accounts of the Progress of the Colony at contains much accurate information concern mar the history arid present state of the nations of Africa drawn chiefly from the works of modern travel lers on that whose publications bib usually noticed As they appear. Viewed merely in this Light and us a Means of developing the. Character of the inhabitants of Africa the natural resources of the not Only unsuspected but courted and requited and that publication is necessary which Only detect but exhibit these wolves in sheep s cloth ing a Mark by which others will warned from their1 intent and a service to rendered to society. In effecting this object shall pursue a yet untrodden path i one where the a Ecstafy Thorn shall mingled. Not concealed with contrasting Flowers. The manner of up y in Phila shall perfectly delicate and uncontaminated by . T or vulgar Ity its censures Haibe. Satire Chaste. Literature and the arts shall find in it an Lin tired and zealous Friend dramatic arid literary critic Ciurtis shall meet with most attentive and impartial study land sketches of the i5ar and pulpit of Philadelphia shall occasionally appear from judges uninfluenced by. Iii stance or professional attachment. To these recommendations our poetical column will add another which coming from a Al ready popular source will Trust equal to that of More pretending publications. It is unnecessary to Niobe explicit As presume the importance of the proposed journal is not Only admitted but generally Felt. therefore place ourselves before the people and relying upon their love of Justice and of Public virtue a wait their decision respectfully but confidently conditions. The first number of the spy in Philadelphia will issued on the first saturday in july. It will Prin Ted on Fine while paper in eight Large Quarto pages and with Good Type. As it is intended to Render its con tents worthy of preservation for Amu sing or instructive reference the and Varit of the proposed and More port Able size will evident. The terms arc per Axium payable in Advance this an extraordinary feature unknown to any other periodical in the country. The subscription May considered a Mere loan fora year As the work at the year n my. Will sell for Cost and in Many parts of the United states it will bring double its original Cost to the subscriber. The works published in the comr Pele periodical Library will of the highest character both As regards tie author and the subject. New works of approved Merit will sent out to the editor by arrival from Europe giving him an unlimited Field to will retaken to make his publication equal to any the kind in America the first number was issued on the 8th and regularly in handsomely grm Teit and on Fine White 5 per annul pay Able in Advance. Clubs remitting will supplied with five copies for that sum a sets at the same rate. Address i . Green Bank 9, Franklin place Philatus Ziphia a. N. B. The usual Exchange to edit ors who advertise. P. S. Subscriptions will received and forwarded at this office. Bickmell s counterfeit Detector and prices current. The is the 17.hj5 fourth volume of the reporter will commenced on the 29th of july isj33. The leading Fea Tures of this publication Are As Fol lows the prices current. A prices current of All principal articles offered for Sale in Philadelphia Baltimore new York and Boston is published in every number. Also a review of the Market containing a statement of All the of the k1sd United states. Or if not the expire principal ales affected in Philadelphia Tion of six. Months. Agents will previous to the Day of allowed 10per cent Ohall subscribers they Shal obtain on various transactions in flour meal Grain oils Rice provisions repository will think found the Mere literary Leador Aud to youth of both sexes. But it possesses higher claims to an extended circulation and to a careful perusal i the interest which the principles and measures of tie american colonization society have Tiss Umed in the Public discussions now going on in some parts of the country in respect to the manner in which the evil of slavery May most and Vatu Sously treated and the influence which these things Are destined to exert on the welfare policy of the american pie and on the happiness of Large portions of it Imp tront to every american citizen t obtain accurate information in respect to these interesting topics. The african repository will give him the views of Many of the most distinguished philanthropists and Statem ii the facts which they Are supported. The managers of the new York state Colour ution society have hesitation in recommending this work to the patronage of their fellow citizens. The Price is s2 per year. Albany August 20, 1633. 47 editors of Public journals through met most respectfully the Iii Ted to. Give the above one or two insertions in their rest Yective and the Fauvor shall duly appreciated. Remitting one year s payment in and Vance on becoming responsible for the same and a gratuitous copy of the paper. The spy in Philadelphia will contain humorous engravings after the Maner of the celebrated Cruikshank. They will executed by Seil Lul artists and accompanied with comic. Illustrations in Prosa or verse from the pens of original and competent writers. All orders must addressed Post paid to . Hill co. No. 1, athenian buildings Phila. Care will taken to have the work carefully packed when sent out of the City. Subscript ions received at this office a pro s Pec Tus of the Complete periodical fish plaster drugs fee. And therefore the utmost Confidence can placed in the accuracy of this depart ment of the reporter. A review of Flie Baltimore new Yori arid new or leans markets is also published in this journal. Importations at Philadel phia. All the importations at Philadelphia both foreign and published every week in the columns of the reporter. List this list in published weekly and Mes of All the notes on All solvent Banks in Tho United states of a less denomination than five dollars will received at Par in payment for subscriptions. Counterfeit Detector and Bank note list. A pamphlet of Twenty four pages subscriber commenced the publication of the Al Gilt pages nearly 250u Large Octavo pages a year for furnishing annually select read ing. Equal to 50 volumes of common size. Prospectus op., a novel and interesting weekly pub haitian to n coins Nicod in this City on saturday tie 6ili of july to entitled the spy 1 n p is i la d 1. F i i a and spirit of the age. It is very observed 1 Alison that our Pride i Joii or go Oil to each jollies. The Library All. The new works of Merit As they appear a i. Institutions in the a United states to Iset Jer rates of discount air Philadelphia on the notes of each. List of broken Banks. The value of All insolvent Bank notes is published in every number of the reporter prices of Stock Gold Silver. Under this is published weekly the prices of life various i description of stocks and the value of Gold and Silver Point Ted Eye. Its immense size will enable the editor to crowd any common sized Book into two numbers frequently in to one. New works will thus bodes patched As they arrive from Europe and sent off fresh to its patrons. The subscriber in Missouri will brought As it were to the very Fountain of literature. Works printed in this Library will furnished to him when with out it is wholly unable to procure them. A Book that costs us six Dol Lars to import can reprinted and distributed to subscribers owing to our Peculiar facilities for about Twenty or a Lair y cents with the addition of itt being Irr Sli and new. Shall give nearly 2500 pages in other words this can bos to annually equal to 50 common sized i Nese lists Are Correl weekly by messes. Alexander go., brokers. Exchange. Voyages and most approved european of unexceptional Char Acter the Complete periodical Library will found India sensible to All lovers of Good Reading in town or country. Every number will contain will contain 48 pages in a size expressly adapted for binding when the Book is completed printed with Type to Large us not to fatigue Vacarr Minth it Ilire the rates at the United states Bank on All the principal cities and towns in the Union is Given in each number of the reporter list of counterfeit and altered notes. This list is published in the report accurate list of All the counterfeit and altered notes on the various banking institutions in the that is published in this country. Foreign and Domestic news the latest intelligence of All foreign and Domestic news is published in this journal also Many Well written original and storied calculated to entertain As Well As to Bur readers. Conditions. The is published every monday after boil at per annul. Scenti Taro Nihil publication arid monthly 2-5. In pamphlet of Marci last and since that thine the subscription list has Tan idly and having Hawx feat by 2500 subscribers is a sufi latent of its regular each number contains a carefully corrected Bank note list giving the names and of location of All the Banks in the u nixed. States together with the rates of discounts on the. Notes of each Pri Ces of Gold and Silver rates of sex Standard value of the Vari of Gold j Correct description of All counterfeit and altered notes which Are now or have Ever been in circulation the various bunking institutions. The pamphlet is printed on a Royal Sheet and contains Twenty four pages. Terms Only one Dollar per an num payable in All cases in Advance single copies 12j one Dol orders for Eitler of the publications May addressed to the subscriber or to m Pherson and brokers no. 19 Pratt Street Rison and Mitchell Wheeling a. James a. , broker Pittsburg a. I h. L. And h. S. Barhum Gin Cannatti Ohio Charles Carson har Risburg. A. John j. Spear no. 15 Exchange Street Boston mass. Howard Keney. P. M. Hager Sowri my. Lovell Bicknell p. M. East Masa. Earl fall River mass. A. Cable Natch itpch3s, la. D. Mclure p. M shippers Burglin a. E. , Charlestown s. C. N. Marsh co. . H. Or Peabody co. New York c Robert t. Bicknell Exchange broker no. 6, Frank Lin place Philadelphia a. July 20. A variety of spirited and elegant embellishments arid its literary contents wre Sis usual interesting and the publication of the present number has been withheld until now in order that full Opportunity might Given wishing to discontinue to do the beginning of a new volume and also to enable the publishers to. Form estimate of the increased numb fir of the might obliged to print ensuing half year. From present Indi cations they have reason to believe that. The accession of subscribers will considerable As orders from All quarters tire rapidly flowing in non or l. A. Co. No. 3 athenian buildings Philadelphia just published no 1 being the of an improved edition of the no yells 3 containing entire the new and Putar novel Tif tire Host Hunter Andt Hitt Wimily and the commencement of. Mart of or Ghent. By the author of Darnley Ridie Litu Henry Masterton an exceedingly never before published in this country. The Public cers of the Novelett s Magazine acknowledge the s Book. In presenting the 1st number of tiie improved series to the Public the Propri Tois of the lady s Book once More take occasion to renew their acknowledgements apr the which they have received and they offer them pith the More pleasure because they feel a consciousness of used every exertion to. Merit the Success they have obtained. Since the commencement of this work it has been the constant study and aim of the publishers to keep Pace with the Progress of general improvement in literature and the arts and they have availed themselves or every practicable of Brt in order to accomplish this purpose. In every Deport ment of the lady s Book rec Pirse has been had continually Taall accessible Means of a under rating devoted i Ness of time and labor the falter them have More if Iari the just expectations of their patrons. Certain tude the Liberal patronage which has a cedi Given to their and us Suye that no exertion s on their part shall to Render it deserving of the Char Acter which it hitherto maintained As the die pest periodical Ever Offei ill from Tho american press both As respect s the mutter and Quantity of its contents. This number is the commencement of a new series and embraces nearly our Kin dred Large Octavo pages printed on Beautiful White paper and new Type Evju cassly procured for with a and containing the entire novel of file ghost Hunter and if Milih Tali Mph alone is Worth half a subscription and the beginning of a new novel by the popular author of Henry never published Here. The work is Only five dollars part payable in Advance. It is issued every other week and forwarded to subscribers in All parts of the i cited states in Strong envelopes to prevent injury. The publishers the course of the present volume to present their renders an american novel upon a Nat ional subject for Bieh they have offered a Premium of f and which they ure confident will materially enhance the value of their work. To families residing in the country Remote from lib Ati untie towns Thiis will a particularly serviceable work iss supplying their literary wants on the. Best method that Coumbe and at Aji unpriced Ritly Low Price. Orders must Post paid and addressed to c. Alexander pc co., no. S buildings Franklin , Phil a tar Ai Beech As the lady s Book is intended chiefly or the Benefit of that sex from which it derives its distinctive appellation both the mechanical and literary execution has been regulated with a View to the advantage and gratification of female readers. The Book has been printed acid done up in a style of tasteful elegance in order that it might prove a suitable of the Centre table while its Cente hts have been prepared so that instruction would Frohow amusement and the mind strength lied and enlarged through the agreeable medium of the fancy the most assiduous care has been exercised to prevent the introduction of any matter which could possibly wanted. By person having a in anti of Hogsheads or barrels Imide of a. Wood May a Cash Pur r if air the radiate which they did not fully and it is made to lie Ett Tor of tins pm Pei equally certain they will not hereafter do june 22. Otherwise. A new. And fashionable hat Cap 49, Chesnut Street a few Doomia above 2d Street Philadelphia. Give virtue scandal innocence a and though us Ful mirth has been Eri t their at the above Mercia rants siting the City a informed that and japs will packed at the Shor test notice and of the most ble term the subs cobers take this method. Call i the attention of the merchants coura3cd no less then salutary the i their establishment As they will find former has always been confined within hat every article in their line of had at ,.e t the limits of a modest discretion. In the volume of the lady s Book of which the present is the first number several material alterations will per with a View of increasing the Quantity of matter and at the same time beautifying the appearance the publishers have pro cured an entire new Supply of elegant Type considerably smaller than that formerly in use though equally legible and Distinti this change will give to readers nearly one third More than they have hitherto received. All the Wood engravings some of which Are now finished and Tomt in a most masterly will reprinted on tinted Puperi a Mode of which the impression i s Given with greater clearness while the agreeable contrast of colours imparts an additional Merit to the work. Other improve ments which will at once obvious on inspection have also been made. Lie sulcs an admirable and appropriate steel engraving of Philadelphia fashions the july number of the lady Book Lias siness i below the article will a warranted to to any sold in the City or elsewhere. I Lsmst Jaing. 49, Che Cut Street. March 1833. Job printing of almost description executed with neatness and despatch at this office. Of All kinds office
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