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

SJlIJlI^nil'S'SS Si^HISa » BT virtue of sundry writs of Vend. Expo, issued out of tbe court of common pleas of Bradford county, I shall expose lo public sale at the house of E. Raynsford in Towanda bord. on Monday' the 6th day of February next, at one o'clock P. M., the following piece, or parcel of land situate in Towanda borough, and bounded as follows: on tlie north and cast by lands belonging to the estate of George Scott dee'd., and an alley leading from State street to tho public square; on the south by lands of Col. H. Mix, and on the west by. Main street Containing about one-fourth of an acre more or less, with a brick building' formerly.occupied as ,a banking house, and a large double barn thereon erected>\ ^ . ALSO—One other lot on the west side of Main street, bounded on the. north by William ^Watkins 173 fedt; on-the west by a lot owned by the estate of F.Delpeaeh. dee'd about 63}; and on tho south 173 feet by-Tbomas ElUotl's lot Containing less than onc^fourth ...

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

Orphan's Court of JJradford'Co. In-the'.matter of the estate of Preserved Buffmgton, deceased., "¦" CERTIFY that at an Orphans Court held H at Towando in and for the County of Bradjord» onthe 12th day of December, A.D. 1843, before tho Hon. the Judges of said Court on the application of Benj. BuQington, one'of the heirs and legal representativesat the Estate of. P. Buffington.dec'd., Iato of Warren township, the Court grant a Rule on the heirs, and legal representatives of said decedent, to come into' Cduri onthe 6th day of February next, to accept or refuse tho estate of said decedent at the valuation made thereof, and in cose they shall refuse to accept tho sau16.to .¦howxanse if any they have why the same should not bo sold.1 In testimony whereof I have hereunto sol my hand and seal of office, this ISuVdiiv of Dtc 1843. JULIUS RUSSELL ^ CO. C. Register's Office, "| Towanda, Dec. 12th, 1843-J % I ;

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

00* COMMlTTEESOFyiGILANCE ^ —At *a meeUng of the Standing"Committee of Bradford County the following persons were appointed committees of Vigilancefor tho respective townships. Asylum—ElmarHorton, John P. Dodge; Albany—Wm/ljlake, Miner Wilcox; . Athens—Wm. H. Overton, Henry C, Baird; Armeni-^-Rober t Mason, JosephBiddle; Burlington—J. E. Voshurgh, Andrew Swain;. Canfan—Jesse Grifieh; Jamas Sellard; Columbia—Weller McLelland, Albion Budd; Franklin—Horace Willey, Thoa, Smiley ;\ Granville—Seth R. Potter, Sdvester Taylor;x Hefrick—RobertDepu, Win. Angle;. ' Litchfield—Samuel Davison, T. B. Merrill; Leroy—Horace J. Stone, Ira Crofut; Monroe—George H. Bull, Jbnas Smith ; Orwell—D.'O. Cbubbnck, E. W. Olds ; Pike—JohnBalpwin, Homer Stevens; . Rome—John Passmore, J. W. Cannon; Ridgbery— Leonard Pierce, Mark A. Burt ';¦ Sheshequin—Abijah Mead, Albert Tuttle; Springfield^Hiram'Spear, Noah Bliss;' Smithfield—Wm.^5. Barton, John L Webb ; South Creek—D, R More, Benjamin Quick; Stoinding Stone—...

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

ESTRAY. CAME to my ihclosurein Wyalnsing about the middle of November, a YEARLING heifer. The owner is requested to prove property pay charges, and take her away. JOHN HUFF. Wyalusing, December 26,1843, ,

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

ESTRAY. jg7^ \ME to jny enclosure the 18th day of No-V^Veniber lost, 3. SMALL YEARLINGS; one a red heifer,with white back and tail; one brown heifer with wfiite ring on tail; one red steer with white on tail; the owner is requested to prove property, pay charges^nnd take them away. WILLIAM BRAUND. Durell, Dec. 18, 1843.

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

L.E.DEWOLF, £^®<mi'^W% ' ^B Ha&Wy fOWANDA, PA. (Office toith the Begistcr cy- Recorder.)

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

IN the matter of application of "^ At a court Chester Park and others to of Common be incorporated under the style, > iPleaa of name or tittle of " Tho Bethel Brad. Co., Church;' at Athens. J Dec T. '43. ' Notice is heieby given that Chester Park, Wm. Norton, Elisha Mathewsoh, Charles M. Hirsh, Jas. H. ^cott and John E. Smith on the 15Ui of December 1843, presented to the katd court an instrument in writing, and theobjacls, articles and conditions therein set forth and contained appearing lo them lawful and riot injurious to the community, directed the said writing to bo filed, and that notjee be given1 m one newspaper printed in said county of Bradford, for at least three weeks before tbe next: court of Common Pleas of said county, setting forth that an application has been made lo said court to grant sucti an act of incorporation according to4he act of Assembly in such, case made and provided. _ . ! A. QHUBBUCK, Prothonotary. Prothonotary's Office, > • Towanda, Dec...

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

©IMS gflBIB, @@i&&:8 THE subscribers arc prepared to fillirdl order, for Coalat THBOLD-BED^t the shortest notice and on the most favorable terms. Thankful forthe Uberal palrrinagethey Ihave received, they are^ determined^ sell fine 'coal for blacksmith's, at lower rates'than ever befoie offered, v«: "« *& »eHHaabf t' ifuee—Coarse and Raited Coal at former prices. , \ Beware of imposition: Fino Coal from other Dlacesha. palmed off as4»ming; from our mine SWSuflH proof of thesupertorllyofourcoal NiB.PUODUCB n rne.tf^ Franklin, Brad. Co. Pa. December 25,1843.

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

ESTRAY. 1 CAME to,the premises of the subscriber in the borough of Towanda on or about'the first day of November, last a RED HEIFER, about one.and a half years old with no particular marks.; The owner u requested to call prove properly pay charges and take her away. . G. H. DRAKE. ' Towanda, Jany. 8th 1843.

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

A FARM FOR SALE. THE subscriber offers for sale his farm in DureH township, four and a half "¦""« from Towanda, containing 125 acres, about 100 improved, and in a good state of cultivation, with convenient buildings. The location of said farm is wall known, lying on the west side of the river, bolowjTowanda, and in fair view from Wysox and Standing Stone yarrows. The subscriber wishing to leave the state will take twothirds what tbe farm is worth and give a credit for one-half the purchase money. Any person wishing to buy a property of that kind bad better call on the subscriber soon on the premises. SAMUEL KELLUM,, 2d. "Durell, January .8,1844.

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

NOTICE. THE subscriber having been appointed by the Orphan's Court of Bradford, county, an Auditor to audit tbe account of John T. Doyle, executor of the last will and testament-of Edward Doyle,'dee'd., and also to opiiorlion tho assets among the creditors of the said Edward Doylo, will attend for that purpose at the Register's office in -Towanda, on Thursday, the lstday of February'next at oneip'clock in the afternoon, of which all persons interested will please lake notice. 1 E. W. BATRD; Auditor. Towanda, January 9/1844. „

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

• SHERIFF'S SALES. B>Y virtue of sundry, writa of Vend Expo, MM issaedfrpnvtha cportof common pleas of Bradford county, I shall expose at pulic sale at the boose of E. Raynsford, in the borough-^SSSS^^ ¦Monday, ihe 4tii^^day of DECEMBER next at I o'clock P. M., the following piece or parcel of land situate in Towanda •P.. bounded on. the north by lands of Jaines Manger; west by James Mercur; south by Myer & ManvUlo; east by imo^SusqUeharina river. Containing one hundred acres more or less about thirty, five acres improved with; a log bouse and log sheil and peach'and apple orchards thereon. ¦ "¦ -.'¦;- Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Ziba'Grist to use the of Benjamin C. Thomas and Chester Grist vs. Seneca Simmons. ' • . ~ JOHN N. WESTON, Shcriffi ^Sheriff's Office, > Towanda, Oct 17, 1843. S POSTPONEMENT. THE above sale stands postponed until Saturday the 3d day of February "same place and time of day. ¦/ JOHN N. WESTON, Sheriff, Sheriff's Office...

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

SHERIFF'S SALES. . BY virtue of writs of Vend. Expo, issued from the court of common pleas of Biadford county, to me directed, I. shall I expose to public sale at the house otE. Raynsford m the Bprough of Towanda, on Monday, the 5th day of February next, at one o'clock,, P. M. the following described land situate in Burlington and. bounded: on. the north by1 land of Hoos ley; east by land of William iKnapp, Polly Ruridall, Z.Lane and John' Gustin; on tbe south by lands'of Z. Lano; and on the west by Sugar Creek and lands of Sopor & Wilcox, and A. Lone. Containing one hundred and twenty two acres more or less, wilh about seventy .five unproved with two dwelling houses. double saw tnuj, single saw mill; grist' mill and framed barn and shed thereon erected. Seized arid taken in' execution at .the suit of Gordon Burnham vs. Asahel Smith. j ALSO—-The following piece,or parcel of. land situate;/ on tho main road leading from Towanda to Skinners Eddy; on the west by Charles7 He...

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

,.1:v.-I^iSTA^MfjN^r::¦:t \ - OF tho amount, description, and,value of the real and personal property, tradts; <5.c, made? : taxable by the act of 11 lb of June, 1840; showing the amount of tax assessed for County purposes in each township'and borough of the county of Bradford; .also the sum assessed for tho use of trio Com'wlth, and tho apportionment thereof, according to the assessment in fell of 1843. 9ewi tti -ii.1 Si 111 ;f'>H V-\ Hi "2r" irt Hi If UlliUHfllt.It' BOBotrous. a." « o.a - a 2. , B s ^ o o * a » S> fi/« r S sii'ili¦¦ ¦55 '.* h.&'.;?*£¦ «i | i! Is-•.'..¦ >- ¦ ¦B, lJ *l5 '-I'S s i- ass «| If i ,|«. Athens borough, $74,194 370 97 > $74 19 $12,700 S38-KJ 112 29 "township, 186,984 . 943 92 |" 186,98 5.716 17 14 204 12 Asylum; - !- 49,923 ' 249 61 - 49 92 ."'..220 %6 50 68 Albany, - - 41,648 207 74 f" 4164 /1.500 4:50 46 04 Armenia, - -. ,20,555 108 77 .a. 20 65 ¦¦ -: 700 2110 22 65 Burlington, - 68,381 341 90 ? 68 38 ¦ k ...

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

: SPECIAL COURT. THE Hon.WILLIAM JE?SUP, Preside nt Judge of the 11th Judicial District of Pcnnsylvanio, has ordered, and appnintod a Sper^nl Court ofCommon Pleas' lo beheld for theConnty of Bradford, nt.Towanda. on Monday, the. 25lh day of Match next.nl twooelock. P. M. forthe trial'of Jail such causes as may then be pending in said court. AARON CHUBBUCK. P'oth'y. ^rolhonuUlry's'oITJceTetTarida;^e^2t>1l(S^!,

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

.?' The YoieeorNatore. Bt JAMS* PEHClTAt. ¦ • " ' ' ' " " ' " * ' " * ' ' A voice is heard in the winds and waves, , . In ihe Bund of the ever-rolling sea;. I 'Ti» whispered amid the "gloom of graves,;. -" And it speaks from the hill-top loud and free; "Pis murmuring in every breath of air, - ! And 'it pauses riot when the leaves are still; Where the waters are falling, it'prattles there, And jvhislles alone the heathery hill. Upon the brown.briery steep, ¦ „ ¦ ' When the bramble stirs with thehestlingbird, Down in, the green and grassy deep, Where; the coral rustles, that voice is heard ; Far- is it borne on the summer breeze, O'er sonny mead and flowery plain; Then it steals to the glancing trees, And is lost in their shadowy gloom again. Hark| its wandering echoes wake—They are now in the heart of the rifted rdckf Now they lie on tho slumbering lake ;_.¦' Now are at play wiih the bounding flock. ' Not a withering leaf by the wind is stirred, v: Nor araurmermoves through t...

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

' ; " Disappionfed Hope* ' From the cradle to the grave we occupy tenfold' more Jime in wishing' for what we have nbt, than enjoying that which we have; Where we once offer up praise for benefitsTeeeived, we twenty tinies.petition, the Father of mercies to add *o the number he already has bestowed^ s There is a restless discontent that seems to cling-to us like the leprosy.— Give a child an apple in each hand, and he will want the one that; remains on the table; and give a man thousands of gold and silver, and tens of thousands will be come the object of his desires. Experience iwarrants, the belief, that the ppssession-of Europe and Asia would excite a yearning in our hearts for Africa and America; arid that if to those the. moon could be added, we should never, rest in peace until we had obtained the sun. As it was in our childhood and youth, so has it been in our manhood. Object after, object has bean.'attained with no better success. As he who picks, up she!la\>n ...

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

Baa's Immortality. l cannot believe the earth is man's.abiding place. It cannot be that our lifekia cast up by the ocean of eternity jto flo'at a moment upon its waves and sink ?into nothingness ! Else why is it that the glorious aspirations, which' leap like angels lrom, the temple of our! heart, are forever , wandering about unsatisfied ? , Why is it"that the rainbow and the cloud comepver us with a beauty that is not of the earth, and then to pass off,and leave us. to muse Upon their faded loveliness ? Why is it that the stars who hold their festivals around the midnight throne, are set above the grasp pi our limited faculties, forever mocking us with unapproachable glory ? And finally, why is it that the bright forms of human beauty are presented to our view and* then taken fr oin us, leaving the thousand streams of our affections to flow back in Alpine torrents upon our hearts ? We are born for a higher destiny than that of earth.—- There is 'a realm where rainbows never ...

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

Newspapers.. a newspaper, says acotemporary, is a school in a family with ten dollars a year. Even the mos» barren paper brings something new. Children read or hear the contents, gain intelligence of the,affairs of the world, and acquire a useful knowledge, of more importance lo them than a present of fifteeen acres of land. Parents .are not aware of the vast importance of a'newspaper in a family of children -We have made the remark before, and we repeat it, that take two families of children equally smart, and both going to the same school—let one Live the free use of a newspaper, and it would excite astonishment to mark the difference between, them. -Full one half, and an important half of education, as it respects the business of "the world, and the abjlity to rise and make-one's self respectable, is derived from newspapers* What parent would not wish his children respectable? Who would be;wiiling to have his neighbor's children more intelligent than his own ? Yet how trifl...

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

.'JapIg*'-BCfflB''tBt"tii'''., Wtefed.' : It would be well, if more attention were paid to this triaxim. There; are some quite worthy. people who; speak lightly ofevery'poe hut themselves or near relations; and iSaa'ay, more; who never speak well of the absent, and are very candid in publishing the faults of others. This is a mean habit.—- When we think, of a great and good character, we cannot conceived that he ever depreciate* the absent,; or treats any- with scorn, except for ¦ some remarkable baseness.- He takes an enlarged view of mankind, and is sensible that imperfections attaches to alt-and he hasftoo nitibir respect ifor himself to use language at one1 time, which, he would be ashamed of at another. But, alas, many have not this character for intellect and moral- jgoodness.—- Thoughtlessness or, selfishness charac* terize a great part of ihe world. , The latter gives such an high, opinion of onfselves^lhat we think most others far below us, and therefore not entitled ...

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