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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 April 1859

EXECBTOR'S T£0TlGE:-r3S&mk hereby given that alkparsona indebted to the. estate of ZEPHESiaH SNAP1*^ dee'd., late olWeUa t«rp,;»n«t make Irhmedtate payment, and all persons hsvmg demands flgninit said estate, wttl present thetri duly authenticated for settlement. HETER R. KNAPr*.) £*„-,£„. March.30,1859. A. W. KJIAPP. f tJKwn*01?- ORPHANS' COURT SALE.—By ylttue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Bradford county, will be >xposed to public sale, on the premises, on SATURDAY the Itith day of APRIL, 1833, at 1 o'clock, P. M-, the f illowtng described piece or parcel of land situate in the township of Pike, bounded as follows: On the west and north by the public highway, on the east by land of Will urn Buck, on the south of lands of Thomas Brink, dee'd. Containing twenty and a half acres, ail improved. To be sold as the estate of Thomas Brink, dee'd. Attendance given, and terms made known on day of sale. r.H. BUCK, Executor. March 18, 1859. LIST OF JURORS, drawn fo...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 April 1859

J ,ffPW»g¥"ggM»r Sctt(ng<i«terdtfttc. --"» -.. f. -..--. - -jf^- .| -| . -Jy-| ,1- ^,^,1'- -i--- -.-_--.-_- —i--.-- -p- -!* - -,-,-,-,-.-fr-^fsyl -, OHOVXa. <b BABXB.B j CBLEnuTEO ° Family Seti'ing'"' ^Ikcliines. NEW STVLES-rPRICE8 $50 TO' $125. LXTRA CHARGE OF tS FOR HEMMERS. F. B. CHANDLER. Aokvt, Montrose : J. M. ROBINSON, Lakc-st.,EuuiU. , \ THESE MACHINES sew from two spools. rs purchased from the store, requiring no re-wiudiiiL' orthretid ; they Hem. Pell. Gather,and Stioli In a siinenor style, linisliing each seam hv their own operation, without recourse:*o tbe baud-needle, as is required by other machines. They will do better and cheaper -owin^ llian a seamstress, even if.she works for one cent nn Ivuir. and are, unquestionably, the best Machines in the market for family sewing.on account of their simplK cil v. durability, ease of managemciit. and adaption to all varieties of family sewing—executing either heavy or fine ivork with equal larilifv, and without ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 April 1859

Bail vs Board Peaces. .| / '¦ • Jfarnttr's Department. Ram, fences oceopy, on an iivernjre, rijrliteeii fL'tt of land, board lcuces only six, in 4>loivod land. Rill feBccs are not so objirtiouuLle in meadow*, uitd pastures ; still there is hail to thirds difftjwafee'!ia Javor of board, Biidifull two tliirdsfii Saying of muteridl. TnnbiTcun be miide into .board! f nut)-:. Bo.. rJ:fences wallstiiiid winds which rail hardly can, even «tuked and capped. Some may oWject that frost pulls up fence posts, and thfy cunuof, be put up as easily as to luy up mils. I will give a description of my board fence, muuncr of buililing, &c. I cut logs lor boards of cbesaot, black or white oak, in full or winter. For each rod of fence it requires on bo.uii each ten, eight, seven, six, and five inches in width ; also'one five iiich board extra- lor bat-' , tens paJByery four posts or two rods 6f fence. Fence posts made of goid^vhite oak, sawed o by 6 it the bottom, aud 2 by 5 at th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 April 1859

^ fis-mssf^^ss ^sss^^sB^^ JUfstfUattfOtts. W-HOtESALE & RETAlti Boot jaid Shoe Maimiactory. CT 'f JOHN BEIDLEMAN & CO., _^ \ .\ __re«p.-ctfhUy inform the public that they bat* ¦*lr^*dbmmencea the manufacture ot Boots & Shoes, Ma, in the 3d atory of Belulcmau's block.coiner at Shin J£ Bridge streets, where they are prepared with every facility to furnbh at Wholesale and Retail, Boots and Shoes, ol every description, of the very best materials aid manufactured in the mostworWtniulikemanner. Men's French Calf, Kip and Coarse Boots and Shoes. Woman's and Children's Boots and Shoes, of every description. By the etise or single pair, dealers are particularly requested to give u» n call, an we believe with^onr facilities ne can furnish a better article at a LOWER RATE than can be obtained elsewhere. REPAfttfVft.of nil kind*, done with despatch.in short notice, in a workmanlike manner. ¦ Wp Khali al<o keep on hand a larjff assortment of LEATHEIt and KIXDINGS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 April 1859

ssm mewmmmmm t+ i&dctllamons. _ _. 9be World Chtdlflnfedl ~ The Excelsior Churn! Patented by SILAS HEWITT, jfoly.li, 1857. THIS CHUfJN is the result of years of experience by a* practical farmer, to produce a Churn that has all the advantages of tbe old Pasb Churn, and bo a labor-saving Machine. Wo claim for this Chum, and are prepared to prove by actual demonstration, that it will produce more butter—a tetter quality—with less ifroe aid ItwtlaWif—than any other Churn in market. It is perfectly simple in its construction, not-liable to get ont of order, and a child ran operate on It. It has been thoronghly tested by several hundred fanners in Seneca and adjolningConntles, and its meribi fully established wherever Introduced, and is pronounced by all to be one of the greatest improvements of the ago. _C9-The following extract from the Seneca Falls papers of May 26th. is a sample of what the " EXCELSIOR CHURN " has done, in competition with other Chums : " A trial between tb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 April 1859

mmmmkw*>smmswmm0kmmmm mmmmmmm Busfnrsg <garns. DB. CHAS. M. TURNER, PIIYSIOIAN jr SUJtaJBOIf, oGvn his professional servicsato tte inhabitant! of Towanda and vicinity-. Office and reaidence to the'dwelling recently occupied byH. Bootb, Esq., one door north of the Episcopal Church, on mine .Street-;'..;.¦¦ . . ¦. ,.- ,- .. E. OVERTON, JB C. D.'hONTASTE. ' OVERTON & MONTANYE. ATTORNS YS ATlJt >r-Office tn Colon Block, formerly occupied by Jan. Mac? mmnE. -• ¦ ¦'.-, ' ;-'-.'¦ H. J.iLuin.u......\ 1 .P. D.Mobrow. 1TADILL & MORROW, A TTORNEYS ill AND COUNSELLORS AT i-iWV-Offlco over Uercur'f Store. Towanda, Pa. Towanda, April 8.18. n-43-tf DR. E. H. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, oSen his professional services to the people of Towanda and vicinity. Office at bis residence on Pine-Street, where be can always be (bund when not professionally engaged. ¦ . EB. PARSONS, ATTORNEY AT •LAW, TROY, Bradford Co., Pa. Office over V. M. k H. F. Long'a store. Aug- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 April 1859

-WfsallatuouT ~*~~^ ''—!j|y w> A* chameb "".^^ JMJ ctoatAt watch ^E»-« JJH JB-UPAJEEaia, Jl THIS IS THE ESTABLrSHMRvtt where yon corf And u very nw isUir ™ WATCHES AND JEWELRY ofTn desertaS?*?of good stock of CLOCKS, prices m^ffl* *! ! np, and warranted to give good satisfactL 1rah J' I am also agent for the sale of D. £ ™S_ "_,«•»£ Barometers, which every farmer should slir.v.S'™!!*' ecs from tS to $20. according to finirt, TT^ done its usual in a neat and workmanlike m»m»- ?Rr' aaUa- ¦ WM.A CrUBBw!''^*' N. B. The person that took a Breast Pia fr15.™U?- July 3d, to show to his wife, bad better call S°y,h,lP' regard to the matter, perhaps it will save hinT.!!?n*'11 and trouble. Ium "nt ant Towanda, Nov, 24, 1868. w JEWELRY! JEWELRYriJVvU^ __ , , A. «o». Waraer'a New Cf Splendid Jewelry Store, one door ¦*-,* of Patterns Drug Store, t» ;Oa HAS Just been opened with'thel.-__. . -_S most choice stock of PASHinvS!?4 QF*Fs\ JEWELRY everoffered to,H* m-t^ Public. Iudeed li. can ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

towaicda^ Ilinrsdaylto^iiipjJlirgW 1 Mttbh S«frS. ; [From BiOlcHi' g PlctorW.J , JbHUsUBOS. BT.flVBIL P*M. Ye* i. yon 1°** me^-AgnesIane, And that forehead white as-siiow,' Need not crimson so with shame, that I dare to tell thee so, Very quick yonr young heart throba—Foil of beauty, Joy and light/, Underneath sleeps broken sobs, . v,For the love yon scorn tomighW Wreathe your lips with coldness now, •Such a look of proud disdain, Well becomes that haughty brow,— Though it bring a moment's pain; Yen, yon lore me; every tone ' of your voice was sweet and loir, When you wandered lien alone. At the early twilight glow. I con read within your eyes, __ All the words I breathe are brae,. For each great thought mirrored lies In their depths of languid bine; And the white rose in your hair. Twined among the diamonds bright is the one I bade you wear, When we parted yesternight.: _ Tester-eve—oh strange te say—. ^ Those small jewelled hands of thine, Sparkling, trembling, trustin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

REMARKS OF B. DIETED "Ld. Y ±dtt On the Subject of Exemptions. ¦ ,»—Senate bill No. 483, "a supplement to.an set to exempt property to the value of three hundred dollars from levy and sale on execution and distress from rent, approved April 9, I8W," came op in order on second reading; when, the question being upon the second section, Mr. MYER said : In bringing to the notice of the Seriate the proposition contained in this bill, I am endeavoring only to carry ont what libelieve to be the trne intent and meaning of the Legislature of 1849, which passed the law eqmmonly caljled the "three hundred dollar exemption law:" By an examination into the history Tof the exemption laws passed at different times, I find that the great principle of humanity, upon which all exemption laws are founded, first received the attention and favorable consideration of a. Pennsylvania Legislature, in the year 1814 ; and as air evidence of the feeling that prompted them to the action then had upon t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

S;/r;^ISiifl^' A Brithib officer, who;was in ilierfBatt!? of A' ew Orleans,,^cqtiqn^, the foliowiogr imifen j of ttriumg'8trangeneMrand.ycrtdesctiptiye of ttie WeSterVi'fiuriter',!m>'iny' <jf whom marcti-d to the defen'ch brNew OrIe»i?8''W/"vcnVnfe'e'f*a in the army underthe renowned Andrew Jack* SOU J ,;;¦, ;. ¦ ,;| , ';;. • ffj .,,_•', ;,. ¦-.. , ,'. ¦ We marched, said., the pfficer, jft^splkl. column of twelve thousand men, in a direct ,lin<t hpoi fhij American Jdefenceis. I belonged Jb the staff, and as weajvaucedt watched through our glasses, the position arid arrangements of pnr, enemy with that intensity an'officer only feels when marching into $e jaws, of d«tti\ with the Assurance that whrie"he t^ins offer* himself as a sacrifice to the demands of his country,;every action, be it successful or otherwise, will1 be judged; with the most heartless acnitiny. ., , .. ;,,,.. ; j .^. .. . . , It was a strange sight, that long range of cotton bales—a new m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

_. . ^- >-; ——i — *—— fe; 'V. ^,- ; : E. O. OnODMCH. £i>IT0K.Vy T TOWAlSTpM.M \' . 1 .Ttariiiaj Morning, April 14,18B9. Ti*«s—On* Doflarprr anm, uttmriaUj^tM*** f*T ' fmr &&fri^*ti t&*&raije» «/*««**erfrt«<m , mMttmUihtgternbmaprmltdwrapprr.aitd^fmolrt MuvtMaejNnatr «n'U t» a/' «*»*» *« tlapptd. Cus»rso—Tie Reporter willotuutlo Club* al tie fol toning extresufy Joto rates: 6 comet/or «5 00 "ISem*/or....#11 00 .X%m*J*' ' ~'~ 8 »!»eoj*./br.... IS 00 AmItTUWBUKTS—For« furr of tftiaaortni, Ont DoBtrHrlbtt ortmiuntjnt,andtmtmttffm etntt foriack tmfmanrntittrrtim. ¦ Jos Wott—Extenlid witk aeearaew and dtMpattk.mil a rtatoruMtyrim—filh ecmr facility far Jamg Boot Blaakif Baad-bill; SsGiktels, ft. Moifsr suy oe tost by ssAil, "1 w rist—mrlmrrf in mi eacttaJx.aJKf proptrladirttUd , at Kill bt rttpmtiblt for ittMaftdrNvtrg. Republican,County Meeting. ' 'rtirfh " 4 nnini ixw^BticAXSop Bradford ' X t*0rStt: ate MWBorted to assemble in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

CAnTAL DAMAGE BSLL PASSES The bill for the assessment and recovery of damages npon the North Branch Canal, which We announced last week, as having? been lost In the Senatesby a tie vote, was afterwards taken np, reconsidered, and passed, in a shape which it was supposed would be acceptable to all the parties concerned. In the House, however, it failed, and Committees of Conference were appointed in each house, who agreed anon a bill which was passed through both branches of the Legislature. The following is a brief synopsis of the most Important provisions of the bill, which we shall publish in full next week: It prrvides that the Courts shall appoint thru appraisers, who af ter giving the necessary notice shall proceed to assess damages, &c, and file their reports in the Prothonotary's office, from which report either party may appeal within twenty.days upon giving security for costs, and the Court shall then appoint seven disinterested persons, who shall proceed to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

BEKAT0& BITER'S SPEECH. On our ontside will be fpond the remarks of Senator Mteb, made npon the consideration of a bill to prevent the waiving of the $300 exemption law. Whatever may be thought of the propriety of the proposed measure, all will agree that the Senator is sincere and honest in the fwrpose he is seeking to accomplish, while the speech displays a profound knowledge of the history of the legislation of the State upon the subject of exemptions. Some misapprehension has existed in regard to the object of the bill concerning exemptions, which a perusal of his speech will correct, and show that Mr. Mvkb has only had at heart the interests of those who are liable to come within the provisions Of the Taw. It is a point involv ing much controversy how far the poor man would be benefitted by the enactment of a law which deprives him of the privilege of waiving the exemption act—a point upon which men may honestly differ. It is certain, that in this section the la...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

BEPtTBUOAJf trapns.. - ; 5 fncj.pnr lartJwdjS^oajie«|prt|?t f-¦ tral- l^MAli^'it^i»'«Ba||ig -^ efecr Sions held on ifo'n^l t§§ 4t*pwI|C<§&HOT^ Jrcr wiuflooked;«o| 0b racfcggteicst ifttW iffort» were inadcW dhridc [the Reptlblioj|0 party so as to secpre the election of Lecompton Congressmen. The Result is a glorious Republican ¥Jct" oJry. ^ Tft^S taW tfcltet.^fftB the Legislature, and nil four members of Con-* gre*8 are Republican. Wisconsin elects a Republican Supreme Judge by about 6000. majority, sbbwiug that that State is sound. "'"'l>i;isvirJiJs(ected an Opposition Mayor, and hoschoserfo Cddncil composed of eighteen Opposition ntaljsix Democrat members. St. Levis beld an election for municipal officers. Filled the Republican candidate, was elected Mayor: by|a mojority of 2,500 over Bogy, Democrat, and ?4,500 over -Wyman, American. The whole City ticket and a majority of the Common Council are Republicans. CijEvKuxn, chose Sonter, a Republican, Mayor, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

SICKLES' TBIAL The trial of Hon. Damei. E. Sickles for the shooting of Key commenced at Washington on the 4th inst. Several days were consumed in procuring a jury, on account of a sympathy with the accused, and the application by the District Attorney of an ancient law requiring a juryman ta be worth $800. The evidence for the prosecution does not disclose any new facts. The witnesses are very contradictory in their statements of the occurrence, as to the position of the parties &c. The defence was opened by John Graham, of New York, on Saturday. It is evidently the intcntioc of the defence to show that Key was armed, and fired at Sickles, and also, if possible, to introduce the criminal connexion between Mrs. S. and Key, as justification.— The trial will probably not be concluded before Saturday. Foreign News.—The steamship Canada, of the Canard line, arrived Friday at Halifax, bringing European advices to March 26. The news is interesting. The rumor of an early mee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

LOClL ' AND GENERAL j^i ntBltimeUbleoftbeN.'E4& «iiubU%d sW week, the Dunkirk SlVlfl§v4lv*" Wt p*Mfc*f|U not stopping at ^"gp- W***1 ijStagtd&UtWmlBM two days, and that*U« «M'itnn i£wt?t$2, alpl, P- U. Persons le vu^«*for\i ihe moftmgrean reach this place the same day, by ta> lng that train. .t-..--- -s:i - ,-r--"!-waa—SS-* -. -.v~ -¦¦ -¦--:"-" tOrThe late dismissal by the Postmaster General, of a number ortpetW wOagmfii/dlS nMafleet Col BctL. His district wffl be Northern Pennsylvania Southern Sew York, and the State of New Jersey. t•! i <: , / j , { «Ti ;-.; J ,„.'! iu,;-:i Township Officshs.—We continue ow-Hst of T6^»MpOn«>eri1rom'uWweeValFlrpwler. lifting {nsalbta for <M to detemttefr with eert*!n*r4he amnber of School Directors and BoadCommls«toner» elected, laevery instance, and if we bestow Una* honors on persons not legally entitled to them, they, wUt please excuse na, Aats-Jodge of Hertkms. Beaten Tongbt; Inspeetors, Thoma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

FROM HARRISBUR G handcuffed and harried off to Philadelphia, for trial baftin ¦ tiara fsm^ihiwi 1%B ¦¦ groea name was Dah. DASorariKi*. The Deputy Marshal whb'lrrested him was the notorious Jenkiks, who tried a few years ago to errata fugitive,at W^e8b^^mHao»near; kiinng him by shootinghiri^wblleYd tl/eriver. The crowd pre«ntwerrqn1eted*bjrtfie , aHegfftiorf that they werO tmstifig-him formnrder. Great excitement ensuW'/wrbebtbebheit was discovered, but it was.t^, '^ tp renderassistance. Dan has Uved Jn.thia, j»wp abput w?en years fats avaHI^' marrieibere, and haabbried bis onlytWb children;1 ib6 last one1 a feWdaJs ago.. His trial at Philadelphia caused the most intense excitement in that city, and has resulted in; the; negro's -discharge. The warrant claimed t|mtr be escaped from ¥frgfnia four years hgo, while he proved that he bod been in this State over six years. Wh'ether they got the wrong darkey, or did not. keep the record rights is a matter of < little conse ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

**» toQmtsmma i^eMfe^ | o*y56r Uced^derttae5^lS^of^'I*ei' P«U &e*Ig£MdiW**Mr*l aRPii«tto^^ She Abce* of ¦Court of Qoarter Session IttS Ihe ®ay ot «Y next, aii o'clo«kT»MS E.W.Bir y..,..., ?.".A .T .t^?!;.... ^ #|&8ffifc JohnLanghlin T«-T?w4; m«^^^;Mm:"pV:?S& Joseph O..P' me oS0!*1*. John Wallace............ .:... nW"*- Benjamin Herman ir?hllrji John Muller Horton Balf«Jy. John Wendell ,... r«ny. ¦^S^S^::.^^^::^SSi Aaron K.IngaUs.^...,. . ^a*»». Orr WU«m./.^CtJ^./.JI*/. U-:ff«B». John Kendall. '.-/..^.",. f-¦¦ °>talHl,. James P. Strong; ii.-w.-w...... "" owy*»»«i» Jota-B.,IHck*raan..., „' Coioai^ j.jr/Bowman.^i^.^ga;;:^..:.. '"i^Slfna John 8. Thompson ' S** hra H. A. Phelps ;J),,,1'?i«r-John M. Pike....k...4i{. > A1fe,'w»- h. w. Root. .^1-.:,;...;..../. • ¦ •*£*> Jesse Hammond....:. A.... "-"tnngfoij. Ezra Holcomb , .-»*,-., J"«?htj. Riley M.Rossr „.., .'. "siii. rf01-Stephen A. Milk.:....'..."...'..... ' -Sorihr* boni-Nathan Mitch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

DISSOLUTfON.-The psrtnershirrh^ fore estetinsbetweeneOLUNSAPOWELL fa.i, day dissolved by mutual consent. The business wiin™ after be conducted byJ.M. COURTS. AllpersouilST cd to the late firm are respectfully notified thstmi their accounts are settled by the 25th. tht» win wTv? with W. C. Bogart, for collection as soon as theUw ^ al,0,,r- J- JI COIJ tvo Towanda. April t, 18S9. p. POWEU ' CHERIFF'S SALES.-By virtue ofs^ kJ writs of Vend. Expo, issued out of the Court of Coti mon Pleas of Bradford County, to me directed >d« aoi ered, will be exposed to pnbflc sale, at tbe Court Hm» in the Borough ofTv-wanda, on FRIDAY, the 6th Z.J MAY. lf-59, at 1 o'clock, P.M.. the foIlowinR ffi lot. piece or parcel of landsitnate in Monroe kuro bwoi ed north by a lot belonging to the Baptist Chorea „j burying ground east hy land of J. B. fflnrnan. sooth h. land of Mr«. 3. H.' Phrnney and Jedson Bactoou »« by land:of Jedson Blaebnan and tbe state road 'coo. taining about 32,738 square feet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 April 1859

,- SZSOt In Springfield; April 5th, ADDI If. VTHCENT, la the 72d jearof his age., PEA^,, BEA?I&,.A2.D. SEEDS.-^FJeid Peas, Blackeyed Peas, Marrow Beans3utton Onions, Onion Setts,'and ft choice selection ot Garden Seeds at April 11 -' , -, FOJTS. ..; HUHM'iatt ol 7AUSSK, ; ' "! DE4LEBS W ' ' " Butter, Cheese and Lard, I ^JO. 1SS, WASHDi'GTONSTBErjt, r'".'..:'!!. '.: .''!, ."^f."- ^V/J-aejr"^Ur.'"*;/. T",a DCOTraG.'fieVr sole agent for IJrad'fbrd cinnty, el ii'will spend UOJJDAT'of ttchweekatC -LDMBIA1 X,BO ADS, where he;wUl*».aU; time* bay the highert market price for BUTTER: commencing April 1h,185» ' *"' • J;BDCX»»XrrrentfiTIUls.Tlu

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