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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

Mcitiiwtoi&r&t. : Stti Wlftar's Balsam or Wad; Cttetty. •TITHKRBtho aboveipreparation'ialtnowniIt ia KC-well * VV; estaUhhcd as an jnlalUble BehlOdy for the cure of Coaghsi Coldli Sore Throat, HoaraentaB, Bronchitis, Spittiog of Blood, Pain in tho Ditast; Croup',- IVhooplnif Cough, and every forn of pftuosAnv coui-laixt, that it were a work of supererogation to speak of its merits.. Discovered by a weltjutowD pByaiulati ntoro than twenty yearssince( it has by the wonderful crirtj it has effetted been constantly appreciutiiiE In public lavor, until Its use and its reputstion are aliko uuivcrsa!; aud it is now; know n aud cherished by nil (and their " name is lejjiou'') who have been restored to health by its use n-Ulie okkat util-KDV for the diseases which iu pnifi»sc.i to. cure. Sir JumosClark, pIiy<icUW toQaeen Victoriaihaagivea it an his opinion that. 1 ,,-,,;, , ... - Js. ' COXSITJIPTI J?:" CAN ;BE CCBEDl ,, The whole history of. this Medicine faUy cvdQrj...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

!- JBiatemtuouB. ; [ ¦ •ijjji-rr.iijinAJiJijiJiJ'Ji-iu""' r—i '''' m -~ri*i-| ¦¦ im—rrrn—r*TT—* jH^H^WifWRffi -,|,f',f.;|,,|';:, ^ f-JOSEPH KINOSBERY, 1 i TWO DOOBS BELOW PCBLIC SOU A BE, ¦ ,, ' • . -.,;s-"i,i-.. •;- . , - .: '- . -J TAKES .pleasure In informlnithll customers and the . . public generoll ^' that he Inflow prtparM toofflcr the MSSTaEMIMI AITit«MlV t.soTO( OFAUTUWIM GOODS! ....;¦ EVER EXHIBITED LN THIS BOR0CGW., . t'oristant additions of desirtbte articles «ill be tnnde. and no iiains.jwill be spared tn keep up an.assortment of . ' Goods, which for beauty', variety* al,3 AeapBess,' C.JANNOT BE SURPASSED! Special attention is invited to the department of 1JEADY MADE CL01HIN0, i ¦ ~ In Which may be found i very variety of floods Usually kept by houses who devote themselves exclusively to this branch uf trade. T/ow;uida. August 29. US*. ALT. wanting to emigrate to a mild climate, jrnod soil, and llue market, see advertisement of ttammontou Lands. ' -:i *.' ;;. •; .; »| ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

• v ,„ .,. ... ifcgul., ,.., ,. - :.j.i\ii.<..---*. ••¦• ¦ s-.tifi** ii. A'DMINISTftATKIX NOTICE—Xotiie Is hereby «lTOt, JW aJJpe-sojBi' Indebted to thee* tate of WM. STKEU late of Asjlnm Hrp.. deceat-ed. are reqaestedtojnake.paynieiit wltliotrt delay; and «Ji persons ukYlnjrVlalni* against sntdtsiUte, nttuct present tfcem duly uutb«hUc«Ud for settlemwil to tlie sohwriber. -,., .1 - ,J?OiXy»TKEL. • July 80-7' ^ ;' ¦ ' AdmlnistratTte. ADMIX ISTRATOU'SiifiTlCE.—Notice Is hereby given, tliat »U person* indebted to the estate nf'Uuiiiel rJtiiitli.'d Vd.Tute of WyfalnHnic to., are trquesMdtoliiaki' payment nrithoi;tdet»y;'and all penwiia bavin? claim* «K»ius| .said estate, must (irescnt theni duly authenticated for acttleuient .to the suliscrll'en'- ' STEPHEN J. SMITH, ,Angn»t«,lH58.;...ia.>¦¦ .¦ .¦ ¦¦¦¦>y».' "»'iAdmlnUutlor. *; DMlNISTlfATOR'S NOTIGB.—Notlt» • j\. Whe«byfrtTefl;tIiat«^p»rsotrtl*lel>t*dtotBe «s-UtcfdMiclwel Cw*.,d«B;*W.lMte.?( flBJ^. *"™**, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

Jfanncr-'s^ gepttratut farmer'sJ*\ gepttmcat . . Wbeat Sowiiis. -;, Wq hwtr many cotnplnitite of the total, or partial fnilnre bf the wheat- crop, in varioo'f sections of.tfie wiintry. In some, places it has been winter killed, in others smitten by ru«t, nnd in mnW ctliers cot oBVlty ihoingect. The truth proWnVlj; K ^hnt, excepting destruction by insect*, there is about the same amount of Injury received from these sources as occurs every year. Tlie Irosiness of collectinp information from the whetit-jtrowitig districts is now so systematiied, that we hear much more of the failure*, than iwe were aucnstoined to, ten years ago. 'VVbole, columns of reports ore published in the daily newspapers, and the dory of failure in fifty" counties of the Union makes a great impression. , Wheat has never been so certain a crop as Indian com. It is a more captious plant iii its wants, and must have more careful attention. It demands a porons soil, rich in vegetable matter, such as is found...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

MatcUaatom ' ¦ TOWANQA HARDWARE/CUTLERY ftOSMpMW _iT'f^"^'—** i Wholesale and Retail Dealer £ fT 3L fti»iKHL '" Hardware and Stoves, Iron J )i Jt 815KB'""1 Nail"' S«*. Glass, Paints ^ /-CSCjP^Bio o1 Oils, Howe Trlmtnlngs—MfijffipMBB^nanklmlsofCarrlage trimmings, HIm11 1 II'iIbbbH Sea* Cloths and Laces, Carriage I||i|Ul|Bjj|KHUI Sultcey and Seat Springs. Car-^^^I^^^KIO^H neuters' and Joiners' Planes. ^^BBtSikWinr Saw*,- Anpers, Chisels and all P^^^E^E^3s?W4 other Tools—Cro ss Cut, Mill ' I^^*'sBBBBIf^'-( and Circular Saws, Blacksmith V.- , J-ST +' T'«>l«f BeDpwn, J»nvH». Vfces, *» i »" * " Hammers find Here* Plates, Axe*. Broad Karmw. Ijath and Hartd Hatehetsi-t'able, Us. Trace and Ualtr, Chaius, Crowbars, Picks, Shovels "pOCKBTAXn T.vntECUTLEBy---sShcarsyand Scissors Edic Tools of all kinds, Brawanil Enameled Kettles, Shovel And Tonirnes. Sjioon* and Utiles, Tubs and Palls, Mop" and Washboards.and alt other kinds of house-keepins Implements. . IntheH.VUriWARE'line, Brass. B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

flttacetaiwons. _ jeyft£y^i]i^ ¦ - j""- " n ^^m^-^Wamn'k'::" I'S Ne»- 4' Splendid Jw3ryS(on,ckd doer norA ]of Pailttu Drug"Sfbrt, . > —. HAS last teen opened wtththelarge stand i JX most ehnlco stock of FASHIONABLE QmW' ntV JEWELRY everofferedto adUerimlnatlng issF-' 3): pnulle- Indeed, he can safely say that with ¦fc- .«* the opening of his new store has been In-^tmrnSf'9 augaratedanew era In the Jewelry tine, inasmuch ei along with the choice and elegant assortment he gives tta most reliable assurance of an almiwt Incredible rednet ton in prices : the rich and tasteful articles having been ail bought with ready cash. , V\,. A. M. W-, when tie reflects how, for the past years.with a far less attractive stock, he has enjoyed so large a share of poUlo Mtitmage.flajtera WmiMdf ttatttolitldpetise Increase of Goods he now offers, which havetoth bought so much more advantageotmly, will enable hrtnlo IncreaS' the generoas confidence which bos hitherto been vouchsafed to him. He t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

finointM tKatb*. ' j\R CHASUiTTJRNER, PJIYSrCTAN XJ tf SURQEON, otter* his professional senrldatto the inhabitants of Towanda and vicinity. Office and residence in the dwelling recently occupied uyH. Boom, Esq., one door north of the Episcopal Church, on Maine Street. JAMES M ACF ARL ASE,fA TTORNE Y A T I.A W, TowAitDa, Pa. Oeenpies the Office, in the Union Block,formerly owned by John C. Adams Esq. IVHe will attend to procuring Bounty Land Warrants and Pensions. March 22,18SS. II. JiUantLL , P. D.Mobbow. MADILL & MORROW, A TTORNEYS AND COVNSF.iJ.ORS AT LAWr-WUct over Mercnr's Store. Towanda. Pa. Towanda, April 2,18. n-tB-tf DR. E. H. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, offers his professional service* to the people of Towanda and vicinity. Offices! his residence on Pine street, where he can always be found when not professionally engaged. • E 'li.'PARSONS, ATTORNEY AT • I.A1V. TROY, Bradford Co., Pa. Office over V. M. & II. F. lying's store. Ang- 7.150. HENRY Yi. M'KEAN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

Patronise-a Borne Enterprise I A Book-Bindery in Towanda! TTTE would respectfully annonnce to onr friends and V;Y the public generally, that we have connected with onr Printing Office and Book A Stationery Store, n PL-tin and Fancy BOOK-B1XDEBY, and earnestly solicit the patronage of all who desire anything in the fine. Having secured the services of one of the best binders in the United States, we flatter ourselves that we can give universal satisfaction both In workmanship and price.— Therefore we present to the public the strongest assurances tliat-we ore prepared to bind In a workmanlike manner, all kinds of BOOKS, among which we may name Bibles, Histories. Mnslc, Magazines, Pamphlets, Periodicals, Law and School Books, to order or pattern in French, Italian, German and English style ; in Vitrei, Silk, Cloth, Uathyr and Paper. npon the most reasonable rates, for CASH, or ready pay «a-Givo.uaa.trl«U -\ Particular attention given to re-biodlng- Books. All work warranted to be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

LIQUOR STORE. S PELTOJf would respeetfiilljinft'f,,,j! • public that'he is now ready at his old *<*»-• 0 Hall * Russell's, south side of the public -qnare, ", tsh those wanting PURE LIQUORS, with •ta*?0il thing tn that line. He has lately made large ""^Tip bis stock, purchasing of toe best imiiortcfiJjfii< original package. He boa on hand, and lot **" quantity from a quart upwards:— .., asi Bnmdv^-agnette, Cogniac. old Hcnnc-sr.«« Cta<-8wan, American, and Scheidani -^/Easl IOT.tibr4. -Scoteh.OId Rve,Monongali.l»i»«*B frSne^-Currant, Port, and Brown Sherry- .^i Fresh Caropbcne and Banting Fluid kept eons'-' hand. Also 1)5 per cent. Alcohol. ••-•«» CitiAi.8 ofthe best brands. Jurs of s« »»l", flasks, and a large onantitT of empty barrels-Btaghamton Ale by the gallon or barrel. ^ Those favoring me with their patrouase in*J 1j that all articles will be what they are reiirfse^jrf'l N. B. The person who borrowed my " « •aw8 requested to return it., ^ Towanda, Januar...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

NEW ARRANGEMENT. jfo. I The Mammoth Hardware Store ^g^^Lss^ I CHATFIELD * STORRS. ^^^^B I Is now receiving a large and well selected osfortment of BSSSSBSSSnR^^l&' 'iHI I Foreign 8f Domestic Hardware ^BBmMB I HOUSE TRIMMINGS, of every description, J^B^m I Carpenters, Cabinet makers. Blacksmiths and Shoe makers' /gf^i^^^^HHMPpSPSbs I AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, ^^WHEiilpC In faci almost everythinKthat the industry ofthe country requires. Tn B | addition wc are constantly receiving nnd keep on hand a full stock of ' ^-(J .-J^ ' ¦ Sicrdes and American Iron, Horse «A«c Jroit, Nail rods ~ $c H Wurranted of the l»>st quality, and sold as cheap as can be purchased of any establishment west of Xew Tnkl' H I arker miU .Nails, Lead Pipe, tilass. Sash. Putty, White Lead. Linseed Oil, which is warranted perfectly pore. ¦ Saddlery Hardware, and Carriage Maker's Goods. I COAL AND WOOD COOK AND PARLOR STOVES. ¦ Parlor and Cook Wood and Coal Stoves.Reimlatorsand Sheet lronStoves, Stor...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

ANEW ARRANGEMENT I fcoj PATTON $ PAYJITE; I Wr? JUST OPENED, I H k J ON THE CORNER OF BRIDGE AND MAIN STREETS ¦ ~ Wo. 4, Pattens' ^loek, Towanda, Pa. H THE subscribers wonld respectfully Inform their friends and the pnbiic that they hav 'formed a rn-partamMp'^B the P .ur business, and are now receiving at No. 4, in Patton's Sen Brick Block, from the citic of Hoi"* ^M phia and New York, a large and well selected stock of American, French and English "^H CHEMICALS, DRUGS, MEDICINES, liiiiii PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS, DYE STUFFS, ¦ & jum®m Ass-iB^sEJisnp ©if w&sso'x jwwsBiJ &lm DRESSING COMBS, PERFUMERY, FANCY SOAPS, PORT M0NKAE& &c. ¦ TJ&O10A£ ZZr TK17IKCZID7TS , and a variety ofthe most approved SnP*H Abdominal Snpporters, Ac, always on band. H London Porier and Scotch Ale, and Pnrc Liquors, for Medicinal purpose! ¦ ALL THE MOST POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES. I Brushes lor the Hal, Hair, Twin, Nails, Boats, PainUag, Varnfchlag, HoUemito!'...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 23 September 1858

.-T^aj^^^^^^B S[^^WrHI^^^B^mwBiiJB-s^^^ ''' '^i^^^^^^B ^-T^~' * rHH iHH ^Hi^^H^s. -' ¦l^^^^^^^^^^ l £Str^- tfS b^^^B b£^3 ^^^Hi^^k^^H^*r v (BHHHHHHHHBwnVtAJ^tQKI piaHH vBBmWk ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ B^bBj «£fif>'-i;- ''ttVHHHHHHHHjn^^ScBB'ej^ B^BwM ^^^^3 ¦mVflBHHHHBH aHB-sllHTa wH^^nBl^H gm^^^^H^^^B< "^-^HnHjBj^53pj|^B^BHH^HSKHHHBB^? DR. PORTER'S OFFICE & DRUG STORE, SOUTH END OF THE WARD HOUSE" Frontin; the Fnblic Kt;aare. rIE snbscrlber, thankful for the liberal patronaire of the past year. Intends to keep constantly on hand » hn „ sortment of the very best articles ns-ally kept in our line, which m. will dispose of onstrch terms as »ill t»«. Wactory to ail who may patronize him. The purchases are made entirely with cash In hand, and for the CASB ou I easterners will receive the benefit of a good article at a low price. All articles shall answer onr recommeadnkai , I ond are toorronied as represented. •- . I Cr~ Hedical Advice gratoitODily ei?eo at tbe Offier, ebarging eul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 30 September 1858

..:'.';, ..V: . V!".fffcVr^'--.: V-.: ¦>;• jlmxBday morning, September 30,1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 30 September 1858

Sde^|ott4 ¦ ¦""¦¦ —' "11 L: nromi aoMMEE. T>re is a tune. Just whin the frost Prepares to pave old Winter's way, When Autumn, in a rereile lost, The mellow d»ytime dreams away ; When Summer cornea, in musing mind. To gate once more on hill and dell, to mark how minx sheaves they bind, And see if all are ripened well. With balmy breath she whispers low, The dying flowers look op and give Their sweetest Incense, ere they .go* For her who made their beauties live. She enters 'neath the woodland'sshade; Her lepbyra lift the lingering leaf, And bear it gently when an |sid The loved and lost ones of its grief.. At last, old Autumn, rising, taken; Again his sceptre and his throne!; With boisterous hand the tree he shakes, Intent on gathering ail his own. Sweet Summer, sighing1 , flies the plain, And waiting Winter, gaunt -and grim, .Sees miser Autumn hoard bis grain, And smiles to think it Vail tor him. , — .AUTUMN. ¦ v 8T LOSCrEMOW. There is a beautiful spirit breathing now I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 30 September 1858

ilistellaneoas. BDLWEH OB THE DESTBUCliOJI OF JERUSALEM. A few weeks ago Sir E. Bulwer Lytton de livered a lecture in Lincoln, which city be has for several yeard represented in Parliaraent,roii - the early history of Eastern nation*. He gave an outline of the history ot the Babylonian, ^ Assyrian, Persian, Egyptian, Greek and Jew' ish nations, and closed Willi the following |W\vtrial and dramatic description of the destruction of Jerusalem by Titus: - " Six years after the birth- of onr Lord, Judea and Samaria became a Roman province, under subordinate governors, the most famous of whom was Pontius Pilate.. These govern-. org became so oppressive that the Jews broke oat into rebellion ; and seventy years after Christ, Jerusalem wag finally beseiged hy Titos, afterwards Emperor of Borne. No tragedy on Xhe stage has the same scenes of ap palling terror as are to be found in the history of this seige. The I city itself wasCrent by factions at the deadliest war with each other—al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 30 September 1858

Barins E^floit the BBtannoth Cave. > The Lonfsville! Journal gives the following description of a descent into a hithtrto onexplored abyss of frightful depth, at' the supposed termijiation of the longest avenue of the Mammoth Gave. The hero of the adventure, Mr. Wrn.0. Prentice, determining to solve the mystery a few weeks since, was' towered into the pit by the means of a rope fastened around his body, h ¦'¦ '. ¦ y^'- We have heard frcro his own lips an account of his descent.. Oc-casionally, masses of earth and rock went whizxing past, bat none struck him.. Tnirty or forty feet from the top he saw a ledge,' from -whushyashe judged by appearances, two or three avenue* led off in different direcUons." About one hundred feet from the top, a cataract from the side of the abyss, and as he descended by the side of the falling water and in the midst of the spray, he felt some apprehension that his light would be extinguished; but hts care prevented this. He was landed at the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 30 September 1858

Edward Everett at the Great Horse Fair, SpripgfieU, WTaasnchnaetta. < : The Hon. Edward Evebctt, being called upon for a speech, delivered one of great bean ty and eloquence, from, which we select the following interesting incident in the Life of the great Irishmant Edkdnd Bubkr : However this may be. Sir, if there is any one wl)o donbts that the: horse—the animaV that most concerns hs on this occasion,—is unsusceptible of the kindest feelings of our nature, I think he would be convinced of his error by a most interesting anecdote of Edmund Burke In the decline ;of Mr> Burke's life, when he was living in retirement on his farm at Beaconfields, the rumor went op to Loudon that he had krone mod ; and the fact that was stated in support of this rumor j was that he went around his park kissing his cows and horses. A frie d, a man of rank and iiifluence, bearing the story, and deeming it of too much importance to bo left uncorrected, hastened to Beaconsfield, and so...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 30 September 1858

^ ^^^^^ P^^ ¦ •.'' '. In a g^eat commercial community, the temptat ona to moral .^bltquityaiid practical dfibpheaty aire so 'strong as to reqoira, great watchlulness on the jwirt of the tetopteti tq resist tlie allurements. Many have fatlenV Sfany probably will hereafter fail, who.would have steed firm, had. they acted on principle. There is no guiding-star*like principle for, a, young man to keep his ^ye on, while so many doleful meteors are denciug before his virion. Principfe may have often to contend wiVh forroidable difnculties, and most frequently practice self denial But great is its rewari Dexterity and deception may go around' difficulties, or conceal them from view, bnt, nothing;)'* gained thereoy, not even ^comfqr^uf having striven welt a,ud of biting invigorated in the proce*a fnhcrited wealth is not desirable to our young men who go into hrwiness. Tlie poorest youug man should tot "be disaiuraged. viWc.''.. know such an one, whose fathw Was an indifferent countrym...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 30 September 1858

GnxNViU-i: CEXTaK.SepUW ^ lSM^i, The Association met pUrsuiiJ|jtd^djOTirroe it, at the church in UraiivilIo^J^ni&, and wa» called to order. byJthe.rPresi^tpiVry, piivies. , •_-.. «•¦- .. -.-. -^ ::-^ :iv''V The Secretary being absent,' j^ j|§]D&s was elected Secretary pro fern. ~"%'" ; [ A. motion was then made and carried, that a cfljmnijy&hj^^ wrjich the business" df^tliis meepagshall be broughtbcfprethefAss^iation.'|f ?->* "~' f • •CojoirfrEE.^C. It 'Cjjburn," W. Warren, L.r D.-Tnyioryund-blisses Leonard and ;L. Putnam. ..-•• The report of the committee was as fol-IP?S ^ ?^ftB ^.^^I.^,^,ii-^^^>..-»^.f^-^^-^-'^i'^-v-*^^ ^^^m^^^v^^^.-^ry^^s^cior. Open at, 1ft o'clock, A. M#by ^"^"S 0U(1 prayer,-,- 7'•.'.:''' :,,-. -.-. ¦ -.;. - <r : f. Reporti'of Committee on Resoinfions.,. 2. Discussions on resolutions laid over.at[fast meetings?'"'' V;.,_" .'•.'.. '.'...'.:,'">" ,l~' : 3.. At ^7 o'clock discnssionS; pri therespjiitiwiso...

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