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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

.': "-{¦', ; t fiwd SImjy ; - .-j Col. Johnson* in his talk to th* people of Trenton, told a capital story about a ¦' ''. minister, by the name of Sucket, who is a near relative of the Vice President., ,'. .--.':"-¦;,:'¦, :;-,".:.•--.-It seems that Socket had been a dissolute fellow,, and a great; fighter, but just before the battle of the Thames had suddenly changed his course, and become pious. He, however had a strong inclination for the camp, and volunteered his services to assist the Colonel against the enemy, under the condition that he should have the privilege of preaching to the soldiers in the camp. The condition ^ was gladly embraced, and Sucket was ehstalled as Major,' under a sort of certificate from the commanding officer. He was an energetic, stirring man; a capital officer I and. a.zealous preacher. On the day before .the battle jof the ThamesCol , . dropped into one of his meetings. He was holding forth with a strong stentorian voice, and insisting strongly ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

An Incident ol lhe Kcvolulion -J The following history ofWilliam Bancroft; in' revolutionary days, may be read by some With satisfaction, and is.worthy to be keptm reraembrancee among the noble deeds of those times. It was related1 to me 'some time since by Mr. Bancroft, a slight notice of which I had in Gordon's History of the American Revolution..;'-.. When on a tour to the West, t nVet with the subject of this treatise at Utica. New York? The grateful remehv brance of the soldiers of the Revolution by our country, became the subject of conversation.' After there had been an interchange, of opinion among us, Mr. Bancroft, observed thai he had -applied to Congress for a pension, but, lowing to the circumstance thai his name was stricken off the roll before he had. served nine months, to serve General Washington in a more hazardous: relation, he could not obtain it; though he thought his circumstances and his claims for consideration were as j great as any soldier's. He then r...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

The ifafe;^op <Reviyed!|t T^O Won the south «de of the public squate, P% Vin die bullcling adjoining the Clarctnont tavern.house, ovriled b^N,;'Tuttie',--,where the; subscriber does not hesitate ' to say that be has just received from the State 0f-New York, the BEST article of. BTOVES ever brought into Towanda, such as"., • i .-;;.'-.,;''. Crost&s' p£im.Cc*kihgStovcs,eiei!(Ued wfc An assortment of Parhr " ,"/;'; BiningRmm Cooking, '«' Cylinder Coal, /''"-' ; • {shapes. Aquahtity of Six Plates,ofdifferent sizes and Which are now for sale as low si'any other establishment in Towanda, or elsewhere, for ready pay. . Wrieat and oats received in part, pay for the above named stoves, and in addition to the ab*e bill, customers will, always Bn& Store Pipe and Elbows, of oil sizes on hand, with an issortment of Copper/ Tin and Sheet Iron , ':.' WARE,:,-^ ;"T wholesale and retail. Eave-trough conductors, sbeft iron drums, with all other kind of job-; work, made and fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

¦.^^'IWlttteL: '¦ » ; fe | j|V^- ??fot 't»«'^29B ¦ »- w possessed bv th; • ^4iy^H ! &* PwpneWwiuldffcd m,!ito *2H ; cornmendirie it to the& QB »o many worthle™ JT:"^H^SM parade of false ceru^^SB praise, that evea ,he^ «C« are received with duw 'S**3H fteHealth^t^fe^tta .han«»jpoD (he , ^»^«*M .founded "P»:«bpiaS??l»™ beueficialeftc«S,C0««f'U»a meases of Conghs, C'oW f>^ ! ratsiug 0f bW, \& b^^JM .; pu[nf,,Dg j tbe'blobd , , , ^^ |.*».ttd a (other cotnSu^l , Want; of tone in the stomach%?"« • not onlv Pleasant to the tJ. V"*m , unusual atlention to diet,-Wuiu!^ , prto.be apprehended ftom«.j"4 ** from attending to usbalav0C1i7O!|'»S merou? certificates in terfnT* hsl nary efficacy.the follo^ga^^ ». „ w'/er ^°m &mt:d v„i I Mr.C.Brinckerhoff-^ij. K ¦ flicted with a disease'of the 3 i'a severe cough and grestdjffii'^ . and compelled st time, to ^ ^'J ; relief,, unul hearing'of: joutHwinj I procured two bottles of SabbHaH* rose, Susquehanna county,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

brMford fOBll BT I. S. GOODHICB i-« «* ; • 2a3i!33 Twodollarsand fiftycentsper^ ^ Sive df postage. Fifty tents ^ ^ within the'yca&; and f»rc-f' '"*i '- vancc, oxk doilxii will be dedt t ©Subscribers at liberty t«de«« time by paying arrearages. |fCrtf! Advertisements, not «««'».,,, j serted for fifty cents; ^/"^isceitf'l tioii twenty-five cents. A u» to yearly advertisers. >,,are. Twelve lines or less mat" ^ ^ Job, Printing, of every ^"'^{elBO expeditiously executed, 00 ?f ^ type- , . ,_ . ^ .fftaiBUW"* (Cj-Letters on busing r ^ 1 fiee, must come free of p&W< tion.. ..—*" .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

STOP OaiVEB! AND GIVE a way-faring man a passage in that stage. I'm altogether a working man, and prefer riding; here, take thisshinplftster. The subscribers are now running the following.Stages, and look to a liberal public for support. ... t To Athens every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, in time for Owego stages same days. To Tunkhannoci: every Monday, Wednesday', and Friday, arrive next morning in Mine to reach wakesbarrVsame day by 2 o'clock "• ' - Fare §2 25 To B/mtVaevery Saturday,Tuesday ficThursi day and arrive early in the afternoon samo ToComngtonssfry Tuesday, Thursday and Baturday—arnvo in time to take the Well*! boro stages same days. Fare 82 00 For Seats apply at Riynsford's Hbtel! . QC? Relief notes andJshinplasters alwavs t». ^M^^'twm-; .^V!* I^^ffli^rtsta^ alatfieive. ^sfsa^.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

NEW BLACKSMITHtNG ¦ tesmiiasekffi^OTo THE SUBSCRIBER has taken the Blacksmithing Shop on the west side of Main street, in the south part of the Borough; where he is prepared to execute all orders in his line such as HORSESHOEING, CARRIAGE <f COACH WORK and EDGE TOOLS. — Having learned his trade thoroughly, and had ' considerable experience in the business, he is able to say that his' work will bear comparison with that of any man in the country or ciiy. He would refer to G. H. Drake, for whom he has made the iron work for carriages forthe last two years. The patronage of the public is solicited. 1 N. B. Country Produce received in payment for wori^ HENRY ESENWINE. Towanda, May 30,1843.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

D. Vandercook—Cabinet Maker. yw^^'W-'^-griPw i Y**£+/imMim.**iyr#m>i Hwf.wiisr, ¦ ' p'^'gi*-! ^?** "*'*g^-*''-'*:?jg '¦'¦ ff*o ¦ ..'-' Corner of Main 4- Slate streets, Towanda Pa. KEEPS constantly on hand, all kinds of Furniture, made of the best materials aod of the latest fashion, which he will sell on better terms for cash than can be bad at any other establishment in the world. Towanda, Oct 10th, 1843.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

Watch and Clock Repairing. IF. Jl. CII^MBERLJjr, eg* respe0tfi;lly in-S^if forms his friends and the y^5g^ SJ^™\ public that he still conjin-H/feX. Jt^Hr ?es ,0 cariyon 'he above t ff*' S ' '- ¦g'Si business at his old stand, /{BjsLV . j »j|pS one door south of Thomas a^^^ag^^^^ Elliott's store, and nearly ™*' •"in™i^ opposite the Hay Scales. Wattli and Clock; Repairing, will begone on short notice, and warranted to be well done. From ii long experience in the business, he believes that he will^be able to ren-' der perfect satisfaction to all who may favdr him with their patronage. "v CLOCKS.—A large.assortment, just received and for sale very low fot cash. . ' Towanda,-September, 1843.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

SADDLE, HARNESS &' £^~~^r^ ¦ smfeis ': ^^»' SI^Sat99^v39(D3^<» ^yW^ THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform their old friends and the public generally that they are carrying on the above business in all its. various branches, in .the north part of i the building occupied by B.Thomas; as a Hat shop, on Main street,.nearly opposite Mercur*s store, where they will be1 happy .to accomodate old and new customers.— • SADDLES. CARPETBAGS BRIDLES, ' -- VAL1CES,' MARTmOALS, TRUNKS, HARNESS, COLLARS, • ^VVHIPS &C , &C. of the lat&fcfashion and best materials will be made to order on moderate terms for ready pay. Most kinds of country produce will be taken in exchange for work. ARNOUT & CULP. Nov..l3,!l843.' ¦'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 January 1844

«/iijicTS. res""1 I The following gen'J.cmf" a Bl8dforJfl leceivoi subscriptions for "^: landtoteceiptfor pajmenW"1 « !C. H. Hkrbick,Es« l".' .J':% J.R. Coor.Bi.WH " _jm ICoJ. W.-E. Babtos , ¦ .'.'...—' !E. As^iswam.,-¦ •: '...- ¦¦:".j J.E.Goodbich,"---^'"*'.,...,;1 B. CoOJXXVBttrrrXy \;.3^% Adbisow M'Sk**!'¦-•'¦"" Sf««**1 ¦p-.'C.'vr*Bi», •;'.';... J P. JOHSSOS ....¦•J'J A.M.C08,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

fje- midnight Dteani. rFroai the Knickerbocker.] f . '?.; BT «BS- B,'s- SICHOMi „n90D,loie,laste»e, ^( th rills my very heart^ilh fear; yjiot wish lo sea Ace grieve, ring from manhood'seye a tear; <ijibisdream,'! saw thee weep ' vW m»n bal1 wePl before: ^ •not dream the like, if sleep Ut ^caiieJ eyes ne'er shadowed o'er! jjcghtl saw thee, bending low l„« a ra,e and M1™"'1''1 f°m> 1,1,. of cold December's sn°w acg out upon the freezing storm more of beauty, warmth, and life, - bin this white piece of marbled earth 1 L" thonght I,"have the war and strife \\ jassicn in t'tohArt had birth 1 l* thee raise the snowy shrond , j That «iled the features from my. view ; ;Caid ~ thee stiangelj weep alond, ' - Then slow recognition grew •ithinmy soul ;rr,y body lay All still coil wan tefqre rne there, "led for tie tomb, while slow decay - ^Vas'cainted on Xhe.forehead bare! •t thee press the icy brow, Whilst I revolted at the scene; i jt lifilefs clay I bated now. {ct lon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

1 Leap-Year, <[From Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine.] = [concluded/) ' After a few^days it became evident to all the household of Lipscornbe Park that a new claimant for the hand of Miss Sherwood had appeared in the person of Captain Garland. The captain did not reside in the house, but on the pretence of a very strong desire for trout fishing, he had taken up his quarters in appartments within a most convenient 'distance of the scene of operations. It was not forgotten that, at the very time, he rfiiade* his appearance, Miss Danvers also arrived at the-Park, and between these parties there was suspected to be some secretunderstanding. It seero'ed as if our military suitor had resolved to assail the fort, from within as well as from without, and therefore'had brought down with him this fair all/. Nothing better than such a.fair ally. She could not only chant his praises when absent, (and there is much in that,) but she could so manoeuvre' as to procure for the captai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

firtiBg with Snmmer." ™'«i;diil'st thou leave us, sweet summer 1 • "fooorn as we see the depart, - ^Krf or sweet fibwer is left us, Jo cherish and gladden the heirt; te '•fttFes that were dressed all in beauty, Soinrely ^,3 gay to behold, 1"8 lielded their sceptre to Autumn, ' Ind pot on.thcir-garmenU of gold, * ''warch for the Rose and^ the Lily, . Tie flowers we dearly loved. :best: "T*»r thenI whispers the story, Jtej've passed away too with the rest. •» still seems the meadow, and lonely, ^'cgfit is heard but the wood rdbbin'a lay, ll! field* have been shorn of their glory, liKgatherd andgarher'daway. „ '* lin-bow of promise has faded, p« woodbine Hangs dead on the wall; \ ^ psre holds the sweet maple blossoms, Jk myrtle, thejilae and alii n toilet whose song oft has cheer'd us, 5lidin5 alon,, through the vale, 1 ^Win g- thy absence, sweet summer— - ^< ootimful -and sad is the tale. Air "'t00'so ^ ucen"llk ^aD ^ Iovc,y» ^W.8""-'* m ^e mornin8wim <lew> ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

- The Message. ';'-.-», . The length of the Governor's message, necessarily makes our editorial brief. We shall have to omit some remarks in relation^) it until another occasion, It contains a clear and concise exposition of affairs of the commonwealth, deplorable but true. Its suggestions are frank, explicit andwith some exceptions wholesome, without any false coloring, or con eealment ofthe true condition ofour fiscal affairs.aud the duty of the Legislature in its action. The views of the Governor concerning the tariff we do not concur in neither do we see any force or consistency in the reasons assigned for witholding his approval of the State Printers bonds. We will give our views more generally next week.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

Correspondence from Harrisbnrg HianisacEQ, January 2. 1844. This being the day fixed by the Constitution for convening the Legislature, both Houses have met and - folly organized. The House met at 11 o'clock, A. M,»nd elected for their Speaker JUxu R. Ssowdks, of Venango County, by 13 majorhyithe Democrat* all voting for him, end the Whigs voting for Geo. W. Toland, of Philadelphia. -' •' Col.Snowdeo was Speaker in 1642, aid" made an excellent officer. No doubt but bis experience will enable him to discharge his duties this winter with still greater credit to himself. He it a decided friend ofthe northern interest*, a* will be remembered by all who recollect the courtesy extended to the north by him While Speaker' before. ' . His competitor, in Caucus, for the nomination, was Gen. Roumfort of Philadelphia Co. who by the by is • first rate man, an able Representative and also friendly to northern inte rest*. Col. Snowden only lead him one vote in the Caucus. Both .are excelle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE To the Senate and Hotue ofRepreten trtiyetoftheCimTntntDewhofPennsylvania: '•• ¦ • ¦¦'"">¦.'.'. VF^txow-CrnzENs:—The . first and most important duty that devolves upon the Legislature, will be to examine into the financial embarrassments of the State, and to make suitable provisions for* the discharge of her liabilities.— The entire amount of the funded debt of the State is 639,084,000 40. This debt is reimbursable as followsi ¦ " In the year 1841, % 65,082 60 h " 1844, 6*600.00 , " 1846, 3,686,342 08 " 1847, 72,335 06 .."•• >¦ 1850, - 1,000,000 00 " .1853, 2,000,600 00 " 1854, 3.000,000 00 " 1856. 2,783,161 88 " 1858, " . 7,070,661 ,44 ." 1859, ': 1,850,000 00 " 1860, 2,948,680 00 . a 1861, . 120,000 00 t- " 1862. 2,265.400 00 - " 1863, 200,000 00 "V 1864, . 3.485,076 66 " 1865, 2,524,000 00 - . ¦ 1868, 2,524,000 00 ' I«'' • 1870. . 1,946,215 65 Loan payable at the expiration of certain bank charters, 569,503 50 -'•-,; f 36,469,393 87 Inte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

m in SSSS»—.1 I I. ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ., ,, 1 ^ ¦ !!»! g.1 ¦¦ l», || 1 E. 8. GOODRICH, -t V -, GEO. SANDERSON, $JS ^B?' ^Wednesdajr, Janoary 10,1844. i For fmideit ii 1844, f COL fclCHARD M. JOHNSON, I ,OF EENTtJCKY. . [Subject ttrdednoa of « Natiantl Convention

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

Died, l/eparted tnis lire on Sunday morning last, Dec. 31st 1843, aged 56 years, Laura, wife of Col. Hiram Mix, of this Borough. » The deceased was an old and much esteemed member of the Episcopal Church and afforded a bright example of the support that true Religion imparts under the afflictions of life and of the consolation which it supplies at the boor of death. ' Be ye also ready for in such an hoar as ye think not the son of maq cometh.'

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