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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

The Working Ston. - ^ The working pen of this land—the mechanics and/laborers—are it» ' bulwarks. They are the very salt of, the nation. Who docs not respect the* laboring mau—the man with a hard hand and an/honest heart, whose foil lays the foundation of our prosperity | and builds up the monuments of our nation? al/greatness? Our fields which teem yith verdure, or are crowned with golden grain—our temples of worship pointing their spires to heaven—pur proud ships that plow ike ocean and ride buoyant upon the wave spreading their canvass to every breeze, and flaunting the pround pennon of liberty in every cjime —show the result of industry arttr the triumphs of skill. Without these where would be our boasted name—where would be our distinction in the scale of nations? Echo answers where!. How much then, do we owe to those whose unwearied toil have raised up these emblems of our greatness ? Wedo not appreciate to its loll extent the Reverence due to them.' Aye, there are eve...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

If I'lllUFl " " ' ! ' . . - "'. - ¦ " ¦ E. 8. GOODRICH, ?-, L j GEO. SANDERSON, S Bditom' Wednesday, January 24,1844. | For PrwWent in 1814, - GOL. RICHARD M. WflNSON, /- I ...- -/ OF KENTUCkV. , [Subject to decision of a National Convention.

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

The Presidency. ; Jn many of the counties in this state, numerous meetings have been held since the declination of Hon. J. Buchanan, favorable to the nomination of Col. R. M. Johnson. This is the sentiment of the democracy of Pennsylvania, now that Mr. Buchanan has withdrawn; had he not withdrawn, he would have received the unanimous vole of the Pennsylvania delegation. It is equally.true.'that' Col. Johnson was her second choice then and her first now. (We are not mistaken in the sentiments of the democracy of Bradford upon this.subject, neither are. we mistaken, when wejsay that the par^ ty in no section of the country, will more cheerfully abide by and adhere to die nomination of the National Convention, than the Democracy of this county.— Until Col. Johnson declines, his friends in this county will stick too him, nor suffer the scar-scathed hero.to.be deserted. This question will come before our county convention at February court, and it behooves the friends of Col. R.M. ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

do" purpose. We are_ glad to notice a move made in the house to authorize the speaker to approve of the bonds. This is right and should have been done at

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

' '4¦' /^^laln.Talk.' . .- Ajjerp -paper has recently been started in Philadelphia called., ihe " Voice of the, Democracy." It's chief object is to promote the claims of F. R. Shunk for Governor and abuse every .other Candidate for the nomination. It is "published at the office of the American' Sentinel,, and undoubtedly "controlled by the clique thai hover around that press for plunder./ The Sentinel is the organ of Tyler's; administration iri this state, and of the conservatives generally. This new paper is vitianous in'its abuse of H;,A. Muhlenburg. kIt is expected that this kind of indiguity towards Mr. M. will induce his friends to resent, and thereby distract the party. It is useless for the friends of Mr. Shunk to attempt a thing of this kind; indeed they.who do attempt it, are not the friends of Mr. Shunk ; we cannot believe this kind of treatment towards Mr. M. has his approbation; although the consequences may recoil on him. The Wilksbarre Farmer introduces this ne...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

sBfews from aU Kattons J Park Benjamin has sued Mr. Snpflp deni the, proprietor of thispkadjes' Com* panion.for a libel, and Sp. S. has returned the compliment b| suing him for the same offence. . ¦'..¦; *\\:/\- ' \]\_ A poor white"girl wai recently assaulted by a gang of roadies at Washington, and severely injured. The public debt of New Yorkisoyer twenty-five millions. .,. | ,,..; •/¦?, The whigs | of Bucks j county have nominited John Banks, for Governor. JPn the, first day of j Januarylast a canal boat, loaded with whiskey left Muncy for Northumberland, and proceeded through without difficulty. - Captain Tyler on New Years'day appeared in a full suit of 'American cloth, manufactured at New York. Senator Porter, of Louisiana, is not expected to-live. ""!''.' Gen. Hambright, Collector on the rail road, at Lancaster, is said to be a defaulter to the amount of $10,000. Philadelphia city has declared to Martin Van Buren for President. The Governor's message was taken from Lan...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

Comspondenec from Harrisburg ?:' J. HABBXssijae.JKAtrAar|14,1844^ The lilt I*gislatam,.was called "The Beferm Legislature,", and surely it done ranch to stop the leaks in the Treasury and save, money to the people: bat the spirit of -reform is still etrmger m tha present Legislature, especially in the Senate. The members in this branch are strictly confined to .the ten dollars each allowed by the act of last winter for stationary: not a particle is furnished them at the expense of the State, each procures his own; and it -is believed that ten dollars is an ample allowance for the necessary wants'of a member. A rale baa been adopted prohibiting the clerks from allowing, candies tb members in their rooms at their boarding bouses. Heretofore this. ha* been a very considerable*item of expense.and it is even said th%t members have sometimes carried off candles, papar, tVc, enough to serve them for home consumption sometime. No such thing can be done now, and so careful are the of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

- state Printer. : The allegations of fraud, contained in the Governor's message, against I. G. JM'Kinley, the state printer, and in the jneans used to secure his election, has resulted in the appointment of a joint committee of investigation, with power to send for persons and papers. Like most investigations of the kind, His likely to turn out-a farce, at the expense of some thousands to the people. We are ; Bupprised at the inexcusable, vacillating and humiliating course taken by some of the Senators. If the legislaturejthought seriously enough of the charges of fraud in the election of, state printer to investigate that matter, it is their-prerogative to do it.. But it seems that they consider it indispensable in order to remove one of the obstacles to the approval of the state printer s bonds by. the Exeeutive. This consideration we think has nothing 1 to do 'with/, the object of an investigation; the executive ought either forthwith approve of them, if sufficient, or t...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

i * ¦ - ': -' ¦ y ^prthsBwJf^p l-fllEssRs. Editorswrv' "P°M in the Lewi9l0^S goes to sustain the pri,.".8 ^ personal property biJffS virtue of- an execution Z ^ *e Peace, andabQ; ; ^a^ perty returned to the d ! ^ %. provisions of .b^^Vt, ofthel6lhofJulyl8427'f ^ property from „,;.•''? Ptete,. two thirds of iu vaJh 0 ^! and may again beleived'0". ^ of by another «ecu fc.^'S ment ¦ ^ftetk. If. on examinaiion, ,hi8n. found to be erroneous, iJ!^ lead to the worst of-cbi^). 'oberegretied. Ma ^ ^ be-law.andsmaningu^;;^. •sequent on..he parage.0f J> se..e upon-property, ffhich 4 J« most involve them in liiiffalin,S ^ /rhee vilean on,;^ br,ng,„g1I),oaccoa„t,heairaM2 abte amount of proper(Vi d J to defendants under like am* The plaintiff by virtue of LhU^ tainsaleinon the pmpsrjfc'j months from the execution of ft by the defendant. HehM.a ^ pose it for sale as often as he p!°J ring this time. He^cari become & chaser whenever it shall suitfe nience. and in case a purcha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

. $y All accounts due for subscriptions, tdvaiising job work i(C., at tfiii office prior to the 4th of December last, MUST be settled, at least—next February court willaffordan excel, lent opportunity for those knowing themselves indebted to palland save costs/ . . •Country Produce of most destriptions received at the hiar&ct price.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

Bg^"COMBnTTEE80rVieiLAWCB ¦ PW":: - —-At a "meeting of the Standing Committee of Bradford County the following persona were; appointed" committees of Vigilance for the respective townships. . '-"":' .'¦-','-' Asylum—ElmarHorton, John F.Dodge; ' Albany—Wm.lBIake, Miner Wilcox; ; Athens-rWm. H. Overton, Henry C.Baird j Arineni—Robert Mason, Joseph Biddle; .'.-'. Burlington—J. E. Vosburgb, Andrew Swain j . Canton—Jesse Grifien,James Sellard; Columbia—Weller McLelland, Albion Budd; Franklin—Horace Willey^fhos. Smiley; Granville—Seth R. Porter, Silvester Taylor; Hcrriek—Robert Depu, Wm. Angle; Litchfield—Samuel Davison, T. B.;MerriIl; Leroy—Horace J. Stone, Ira Crofut; Monroe—George H. Bull, Jonas Smith ; Orwell—D. O. Cbubbuek, E. ,W; Olds ; Pike—John Balpwin, Homer Stevens; Rome—John Passmore, J. \V. Cannon ;-. Ridgbery— Leonard .Pierce, Mark. A. Burt; Sheshequin—Abjjah Mead, Albert Tiittle; Springfield—Hiram'Spear, NoahBliss; Smithfield-—Win. E. Barton, John L Webb ; South Creek—D....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

! NOTION 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 the office of N. N. Belts. A punctual attendance of all the directors is requested. ¦ N. N. BETTS, ¦) p,, .. , ' . H. 8. MERCUR, iZ*""'? , ' B.,KINGSBERY, S Commttia' Towcnda, January 8,1844. ' fXJ*The above meeting is adjourned to Tuesday February! 8th, at the same place and ti-ne ofday. /

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

^ipRIFFS SALES,^ ¦>Y virtue of sundry writs of Vend Expo, MM issued from.the court of common pleas of Bradfoitfcountv, I shall expose aipulic'sale atthe boose of E. Rdymford, in the bbrongb ?T,„^wJ?n,Ia' on Monday, the 4th day of DECEMBER, next, at J o'clock P. M:, therfoUowtng piece or parcel of land situate in Towanda tfS bounded on. the, north by lands of Jacoes Manger; west by James Mercur; south by Myer: • & Manville; east by the Susquehorina river. ConUining one hundred acres more or: less about thirty Eye acres improved with a log house and log shed 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, Sheriff; Sheriff's Office, 3 Towanda, Oct. 17, 1843. VPOSTPONEMENT. THE above sale stands postponed until Saturday the 3d day Of February, same place and lime of day. -, I JOHN N^ WESTON, Sheriff, ^Sheriff's Office,. 7 Towanda, Ja...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

©ISIZIJBSMS'SS SA3MgSo - BY virtue of sundry writs of Vend. Expo, issued out of the court of common pleas ofi Bradford county, I shall expose to-public sale, at the hunse of E. Raynsford in Towanda boro. on Monday the 5th day of February next, at one o'clock P. M^tbe following piece or parcel of land situate in Towanda borough", and bounded as follows: on the north and east by lands belonging to the estate of George Scott dee'd., and an alley leading from State street to the public square; on-thesouth 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 bouse, 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 feet; on'the west by a tot owned by the estate of F. Delpeuch, de'e'd about 63}; arid on the south 173 feet by Thomas Elliott's lot. Containing less than one-fourth of an acre, w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

ffi CENT-REWARD.: 'Wy from the subscriber, on the 9th j^'toy by the name of/James S. gam. bound as an apprentice to the *™5 business. Baid boy was about ^'"¦Wotl-when he left, gray pants, *™>oat coat and a cloth cap. I here-. •Jpnaonj harboring or trusting him . ttoont, as I shall pay no debts of his ¦ f«8er this date. H.W. ROOT. ^.laMO. 1844..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

^ estrayT "" ! >«a2i rn w 08arein wy»l"«ing-«boot «Weof November, a. YEARLING 1,},, ^a requested to prove propi ¦ttuP»,and take her away. ^ Lr. ' JOHN HUFF. <l^«mber26,1843," Jjtoitor i Notice.' ^^>N ?. indebledto the estate of **& *!fTo"and* t0W,»hiP I,N ne"bj notuted to make immediate ^ ea«L pers0M ha¥m8" demands HS."! '"^ted to present *^&,y! gdlyauAMUra,«,fo' ' , ^EORGli H. BULL, A-L.CR.VNMER,-^Vnl^ 1,, Mn""i^rators. ^mber llth, 1843.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

CAUTION. 3E,*EAS my wife Louisa M. has left IW and board without any just flotation. I hereby forbid any one i»" j? tiaB her °nmy ¦ ccoant» for I •"» oebu of her contracting after this j, , FLOYD B.H;iWES. ^.Jaa. 19, 1844. *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

Adjonrncd Special Court. AN ADJOURNED. SpecJaf Court will be held in Towanda in and for the county of Bradford on Monday the 25th day of March next at 10 o'clock in the forenoon for the trial of the following caases.to wit: O. P. Ballard vs. George Dewitt, ejectment; De.Cbastellaux vs. Abel FaircbildeLal. trespass; Sartile Holden vs. A. B. Smith et. al. do. William. B. Clymer vs. M. G.DrinkwatereL al. ejectment; ; Sartile Holden vs. Moses Warford et aftres-¦ pass; 'j i' Rebecca Sbrader vs. J. Decker et. al. ejectment. A). CHjOBBUCK, Prothonotary. Prothonotary's Office, > Towanda, December 21st 1843. 5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

I ; ESTRAY. ^1AME to my enclosure the: I8th day of N»- \J yemher last, 3 SMALL YEARLINGS; one a red heifer'with white back and tail; one brown heifer with white ring on tail; one red steer with white on tail; the owner is requested to prove property, pay charges* and take them away. WILLIAM BRAUND. Durell, Dec. 18, 1843. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

L. E.DEWOLF, AS^mS-WS' £® Ea&Wa TOWANDA, PA. (Office with the Register fy Recorder:)

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