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

SADDLE, HARNESS.-^^^-^a "SIEWSSIS; - jSBjl . ¦&&a$&<sami%»- ^SjW THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform their old friends and the public generally that they are carrying, on the above business in all its' varions branches, in the north part of the building occupied by B.Thomas, as a.Hat shop, on Main {street, nearly opposite Mercnr's store, where they will be happy to accomodate old and new customers. ! ¦¦ SADDLES,; CARPEBTAGtS PRIDLES, VAL1CES, MARTINGALS. '" TRUNKS, HARNESS^ > COLLARS, . W|HIPS &C , &Q. of the latest-fashion 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. , i XRNOUT & GULP, j Nov. 13, 1843. -¦¦" '

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

D. Vandercoont—Oabmet Mtiier. . |LJ JJ Corner of Mciin 4- Slateitreets,x(Towanda Pa. •WJ"EEPS constantly on hand, alt kinds of jaw Furniture, made of the best, materials and of the latest fashion, which he will sell on better terms,' for cosh than can be had at any other establishment in the worid. TowondaJ.Ocu 10th, 1843. . .; ,

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

STOP 11IV £P A^PP^^ a wey-faring man a passage in that stage. I'm altogether a working man, and [prefer riding,; here, take this shinplaE jer. The subscribers are now;runninir the following Stages, and look to a liberal public for support. ! ¦- . -: - : ' ,1 Tor Athens every Tuesday, Thnrsilay and Saturday, m time fbt Owcgo , stages same dayjs. To rnrgkmmocli every Monday^W^ncsdav! and Friday and-arrtve next roorriing in titte i to reach .Wtlkesbarre same- day.by 2 o'clotk - P- M.-[. -. ;, :, . -. -, • ¦''. - •. . "' j? aH r^0,J5 TpBMra every Saturday, Tuesday « ThW ;,day and;arnvo early in tfie; a(fernoon g4mc _^Jays. j ¦ ...:¦ •'' ''Fare His XV^mston^ery^ Tuesday,y Thu ^ ' ^ - ^^t?~^"e'? t,m ? "'Me'thefreilsopro stages game days,. = '-"P&, fa'an ¦Mf^^^*^& \ (ET Relief notes-orid shifrplastera ilwavsta-^-i^?^*m&" Saturday at4^A^?^ ^

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

, -.-.-., agb^"- , The following ^a' L Bi^^B receive subscriptions .*" . ^flrfn'i^B jttndto receipt for V*!*^ « C. H; HeUbick,Esn- • • "'.'....^B J. R. .CoowAroa,.:..:*.".'*-' ...-^K Coi. w. e,. babtos ;;,'•..;.-» E. AsPRswAjti ^ ..¦••'••• "^B J. E.Goo»kicb>:- ..-*-£^B B. C6oiBAr«n..• • •• ^"".-.V'^M, Arintsoy M'K**". ;' -..' Stfi^M P. C.Win rr """'^B D.'JOHNBO-V.. • ""••••"^^^R A.JSl. Cos, ^B ' -IB

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

the> Itrtte^ Sliop Rwivei!! ^ -^Tvjivr'b^^B'MJ^* iu^0r^'elFb^-^l, >I4 Am' in-the-'lraiMing adjoibing'Hie;Cj4remont ttvemhouse,owneldby WiTotth, where the eotweriber does not|hesitate to say that he .has iust received from, the Slate of New York, the BEST article of STOVES ever Draught into Tovvanda, stich as|" ; ;';"'';. ^ |;;.;? ;.'.,„ ~drwsee'gpi.iri!w Anasmtment of Parlor ¦ " '-¦;, ."• -'..•• •-. - : Dining Room Cooking, "/¦""; V ': • ¦¦"-• '-• Cylinder Coal,- .<¦"•'.•'..-¦ "^ • ' [shapes, A quantity of Six Plates, of different siztsand Which are now for sale as low as any other es-1 tablishment-in Towanda, orelsewhere, for razo*^ j pixy., Wheel andjoats received in part pay for j the above named stoves, anil in addition to the \ above bill; custoniers-will always find Stove j Pipe arid Elbouisiof all sizes on hand, with an Assortment cf Copper, Tin and Sheel Iron - ¦'//.¦:. ^4HE,;;'-.' wholesale and retail. Eave-trough conductors, sheet iron, drums, {with ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 January 1844

NEW BLACKSMITHING 'iisiiiinsmismsssso, THE SUBSCRIBER hastaken the Black-" smithing Shop on tho west side of Main street, in the south part of tho Borough, where he is prephfed to execute nil orders in his line such as HORSESHOEING, CARRIAGE & COACH[firp&K and EDGE TOOLS.— Having learned .his, trade thoroughly, and had considerable experience in the business, he. is able to soy jthat 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 yeurs.1 The patronage of the public is so licited. ' j .;"-•.,. ¦ ~N. B.. Country Produce received in payment for work. I HENRY ESENWIIfE. Towanda, May 30,1843. ;

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

""" WsteX. ';' I " BT X. F-- WILLIS.' ¦ ' . *t . . las come again. The.sweet-southwest tooWti ylind, and the strong earth .:j jsiJaiis mantle to be bound. 4., frost fetter.' There is not a sound •. - ic skater's heel, and there is laid ;.; 5n;cr on the lip of streams. Lie dejf'iricle hangs cold and still,_ a, snow fall is noiseless as thought ..his 3 rushing sound, and Sumraer'sends , sssret voices with its odere.out, I \otum" rusdeth its decaying robe • jcorii|.binmgwhisper. Winter's dumb! jjje hi*, ministry a silent one; .1 1 his. siren him a foot ofsteel. . ,, unlovely aspect, and a breath ' ,to the sepse*—and wo know that He ^ th well, and hath a meaning hid !, ,he Mow of his band.' Lookup ! .yi it be interpreted—Your home 1 s temptation now. There is no voice • BleB with beguiling for your ear, the cool forest and the meadows green •j, not your, feet away; and in the'dells jjreno sunny; places to lie down. oust go in, and by your cheerful fite ! for the oSces of love, a...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

10 Dollars a Bay and Roast Beei." vta eighteen hundred .and forty, gongof promised relief, < x . iivissung to the poor by the hangbty, rtno doll&s a daj. and roast beef" lie banners^»ere flying and streaming ; :mm the people Were deaf; irat through the universe screaming m do'itjra a day .and roast beef." \ sashi^, and badges' now flourished, hi portraits belokcninggrief; raws hoped they should be nourished a "two dollars a day and roast'beef.!' uolchuck, the skanU, a"nd the coon too, i the Fas, that inveterate thief, 6eir s-kins to the whigs-wilh this tune too, 'to dollars a day and roast beef. sa« swa;g'.l snd guzzl'd hard cider, !3t>*"« beyond a'! brj'ef, 6fiome< :heir m.iuths opened wider, '«) dollar.- a day jmd foastbeef." <ir skive the horizon • n t»n ovorshadowed with grief—iipMjilehave never set eyes on V dollars a day and roast beet" [H;« were broke,'troth was banish'd ; fee now was the promWd relhif 1 Imioof-iwn dollars,' had van...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

A Story of Loye and Debt.; A fcurious anecdote;Avas oticejelated to us, with name of person and place, and the date of the event, which we shall repeat for the benefit of the rising generation, who, in-iheir haste'to carry-out their,views, may commit some mistake whose, effect will be permanent. - . / Mr. Rhodes wjas the High Sheriff of county,- Massachusetts ; .and his good natae, inherited from the fattier and cherished by' the son, made li'mi uot only popular as an officer, but rather wealthy as a man. Why Mr. Rhodes had never got married, the ladies could not ascertain, though: they talked the' matter over and over very often, but almost all said there must have been some cause in his youth, (Mr. Rhodes wasHhirty-fivei at least,) which was known only to himself, and perhaps one other. - . 'Some disappointment,' said Miss Anna, a young lady who thought, it .wrong that;gentlemen should be disappointedf ' some fatal disappointment ?', ,_.-.''..' _ . , ' Not at all,' said he...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

Love Sever Sleeps. " 5»« sleeps!" The mother's cyp ^o'erher ijing infant's bed, 1' "Ae murks the moment fly, v ^ dcith cieeps on with noiseless tread iud ill^irru'd the sits and weeps,-. itikn* hejrl—" Love never sleeps 1" «lli»tsad and fragile form ^ ine tumult of her breast: * lie horrors of the storm; * terdened nature sinks to rest; '"laem both isoTBEu keeps .' ^at watch—"Love ncvcRsleeps !" 5--alwe-=the angel bands X^ *? 8«r the care worn sons of men Vv 'Pjui;-(.jesanij eager i,anijg - . \ •¦ '»'* the soul to hope again, •^ air, their pity sweeps ^ of iime-"I.ove never sleeps!" ^-heneeth—and ovej all, ' '!t",n ini 'ngels, earth and heaven, *!«*"! The slightest call.' ^; ana'relief is,given!i ' j' , °[ *o, when sorrow steeps ^mpain^Love never deeps!" Sno^Jorjreye.totriec, i 0, ,fte grid's false radiance turn ! t*^tby parity \ ^ojr hearts within us bumjt.., ¦ - > that ai tho lowest deeps '¦''' . --^ '¦a»;i| ,T ¦r -•• .-. '"— l,ovc never sleeps >." '. ¦'

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

Dfavfn bi a Eesldenee. ' To go to heaven when we die, seems to be ihe grand wish that we form ta ourselves whenever we happen to fall into* a serious mode of thinking, or begin to grow melancholy at the prospect of death. To;af> to heaven, and then it would appear that nothing more was wanting to complete our happiness. And yet there: is one. very simple question that it is quite surprising we never think of asking, and that ist-t •" What/kind of a place we should find it if wfe went there ?'* Thai heaven is a scene of unbounded happiness ,and everlasting delight, there is no doubt whatever, but. should we find, it so is quite another question. We know that adeaf man might be surrounded with ihe sweetest music, and the. most enchanting harmony, and to him it would be all dead silence; and a beautiful portrait or,; a loVely landscape would be nothingbut darkness to a blind man's eye.. Now, is it not probable that to some men heaven'would be a state of languor or of mis...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

; I A Sister's Influence. j Many a young man o\yes his preservation from vice and ruin to the influence of a sister. When in danger of temptation—when his own principles were insufficient to resist the vice of evil influence'that was coming hi upon :his heart—when/he was 'in danger of "becoming profane, licentious, intemperate, it was her society, her conversatio'n» her prayers .that rescued him.— Niiiiing else would, have saved 'him but affectionate entreaties and fervent Buppplicatioiis to God; and society nofw embosoms many a -virtuous and pious inani who has been rescued from impending; ruin by the conversation' and influence ofa sister. Indeed, it will.be found that most of those young mpn who are peculiarly liable to bad influences, and were in danger of ruin, wlio have been rescued, have been te/ covered by this influence, and owe their happiness now, and their hopes of salvation, to-'those whom at erieficienl Providence stationed as the pure companions of their early y...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

IntercslliiK Facts. Out of every thoris*ml men, twentyeight die annually. The number of inhabitants of a city or county is renewed every 30 years. The number of old men[wlio die in cold weather is to the number of those who die in warm weather, seven to four. The men able to bear arms form one fourth of the inhabitants.of a country. The proportion between the deaths, of women and that of men, is one hundred to one hundred and eight. The probable duration of female lives is sixty; but after that period, the calculation is more favorable to theiri than men. One half of those jvho are born, die before they attain the age of seventeen. Among3125 who che. appears^hy the registers that there is only one person of one huridred years'of age. ; More'old men are lo be found on elevated siuations than in vallies_and plains. In the country, the spring is the most fatal period; in great cities, it is; in the wiuter.'r" :¦¦¦'¦¦¦ - ¦'¦"-'"¦ : Verx AccQMMOBATiNO.-r^A French regiment at the ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

mi; I'liimii. "^—*¦——¦¦ ¦'-^ —---;—:—-- i _¦— i ¦ ¦_ i. .. - i mi^-i. ¦ .7. - ¦—» E. S. GOODRICH, > ph,^w« GEO. SANDERSON, 5 *' Wednesday January 17,1844 ^ For President in lUi, COL. RICHARD M. JOHNSON, ,, ' . OF.KENTUCKY. .'. [Subject to decision of a National Convention.]

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

- Tbe message. . We intimated in our last number our non-coacurrence in the views of the, Governor upon the subject of the State Printers'and the Tariff, deferring until this-week a more particular expression of our own opinion upon those subjects. As to the State Printer question, it is hardly necessary that we should say much, as we have already said all that need be said, in previous numbers.: Our views remain unchanged. The first and important question in this matter, has been taken for granted by the Executive. The question propounded to the Attorney General and upon which solely his opinion is given is "whether the election of KlG. M'Kin-. ley as State Printer, to do. the English printing, on the 15th day of April,: was such a valid election, as will justify the. approval of his bond by the Governor preparatory to his entering upon the duties of his office? Upbiii this question the Executive rests ihe gist of the whole' matter. Jt has ever seemed, to us that the first ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

,, II. A. MaMenborg. We.are gratified to notice that the papers which are favorable to the.nomination of Hon. H.vAi Mublenburg as the candidate for Governor, have, expressed a mild and conciliatory course, inRelation to the other candidates. We should regret exceedingly if any of them, should so far misrepresent the wishes and feelings of Mr. Mublenburg, jas to be driven into the abuse of his bpjponentg. The friends of Mr. Mublenburg have had great provoeation; and for ourselves we confess that when leading from the pa-i pers favorable to the nomination of Mr. Sfiunk, the reflections, cast upon, Mr. Mublenburg we are almost constrained, to open our batteries. But what is the use. The friends of Mr. Shunk gain nothing by this course; if by it they can defeat Mr. Mublenburg, are they sure they can nominate Mr. Shrink1? Think of it. While upon this subject we wouldsay that the prospect of Mr. Muhlenburg's nomination is almost certain. Philadel phia City and County which sends e...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

^rre8^ndenee{r0BlHjJ -•.. ^^Mwju,im - . The Object of State PrmtT! > copied the;greater ponion of ^S Waturo^utabrWinte,,.^** peeted, or tha whole matter u^^ -over to a J8iatcomoi«ee0fA(su > ate for .irivestmation, »iih m^"* persona and paper,. TheL'J'1 part of the Senate are Mesn, cZ* * nua, Dnrilap,' Reamfort, tad^ 11* be some time before thia commit,^ thorough eiainination *in ^ ^ apecting. all the electioa ofs^^ winter.. I do not an,^ j*J very startling deTebpment^^Q t|cipate any thing that »i« Nou|? * lie good j.bul as a matter of co0ri, J* parties concerned mil i\m frotn £** ! fond of 6cts anfficient for all pn^J* eonaoinption. . *' la the Hooae of RepreseDt»tiva m* tbe Speaker presented a mwag, ^ * crnor returning the fill passed oo&T of the larf segsioa appointing GMrpji, and William M. MeridithE ^offiJ Co. cooncil on tbe part of the po^ to investigate the alleged briber; mj ^ betWeeo the banka; memberi^iJuLj, and the Executive—.the bill ll,^, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

iPnblie Heeling. pursuance lo public nouce, a meeting was a die school house, in Bend sub district, atoitusbip, on Friday evening) January 1S44, for the purpose of taking into consi-:a the pecuuiary affairs of our Commoni: whereupon COE G. JEJJNINGSwas jVtbe chair, and J.'M. Bishop appointed jury. The object of the meeting being :nced from ihe chair, requesting an interg of sentiment throughout the meeting, irnas ably responded lo by the expressive scut of almost .'every member of the uieeti one unanimity, and after a consideration ¦ t embjirassment of pur matters, it was itiist a committee of mix persons of this in; be appo'iti-d to draft a p.-enmt'le and ations cipressive. of Ihe sense of this meet-Wnercupon,,the chair appointed J. Ste-,jr, William Coolbaugb, 2d , J. M. Bish-Am. J. Cole, Samuel Kellum, and'Ww. ok* The committee, after retiring a pertiurncd and rejior ;d the following preliv.i resolutions, which were unanimousafud. aocLby aresolniion a copy was feral to our R...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

NOTICE I S HEREBY GIVEN, that there will be a meeting" of the Directors of the Bradford County Mutual Insurance Company, at one o'clock, P.^M., on Wednesdiy. the 17th day of January'inst, at'thu office of N. N. Belts. A punctual attendance of all the directors is requested. N.N\BETTS, O i.»a.,#;« 4 . H.S.MERCUR, if**™' -!, ' B. KINGSBEBY, 5C<"»"»"«- Towcnda, January\8,1844. „ ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 17 January 1844

Adjourned Spcial Coort. AN ADJOURNED Special Court will be held in Towanda in and for the county of Biadford on Monday the 25th,'day of March next at 10 o'clock in the forenoon for the trial of Ihe following causes, to witV> ._\ " , O. P. Ballard vs.George Dewitt, ejectment; DeChastellaux vs. Aliel FoircliildeLal. trespass; Sartilo Hidden vs. A. B. Smith et al.4'\do. .William B. Clymcr vs. M. C ^ Drinkwater eL al. * ejectment; ; . ; \- Sartile Holden vs. Moses Warford et al. tros-, ' pass; ' Rebecca Sbradcr vs. J*. Decker et. al. ejectment A. CHUBBUCK, Prothonotary. Prothonotary's Office, ~i Towanda, December 31st 1843. 5 ^

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