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

. .nfWTS. . Bsl The following P0***? ^{dM receive subscriptions for *"dacfor: ¦ and to receipt for'pajmenw m ^ ,M Cj H. Hebbick,£««.•• ¦ •• ",'.',..••* J.R CooiBicoB •'"".,..•* Col. W?E. B*BT05,-— E.'A«*M.vrAU,., ''.'...—'" J.E.GtjbbmicB,..."'*""i>.;..^M B. C001.»AtT0B,..."' ...'^H Annwort M?K*»*.' .'.SrW*B P.JC. Wa»», ••••¦',' ...••• ' ¦ D. JonirgcW ..•-*•• .-WM A.M. Co*3 . :•'•"/" ¦V ¦

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 24 January 1844

TAUO_RINGi G£ORGE H. BCXTISG, WOULD respectfully inform the public that he continues at his old stand, on the west aide of Main Etreet, between Bartlett'a sndK ingsbory-s stores, up stairs, where he will bo found in readiness to-do all kinds of work in his lino, in a stylo not to be surpassed by_ any other shop in the country,. Prices tb suit the times. He lhanks his customers for past favors; andAope* by strict attention lo business and accommodating term* to merit a jconrmuance of public favor. ; Particular attention paid to cutttng.and warranted to fit if properly made. <tj" Most kinds of country produce taken in "payment for work. ;, Towanda^ Nov. 14tb, 1843,

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

Oa the D;alh5 of a Tonng Girl.; ..£ iJ.Jt.jT. WllLIS. 1,]ig>u!ttof<*lthaVBhe Kie^' '- ^ nc-, like theshadpw ^ of awing / ^joit lessoning in the .upper sky, r 'Jjiiponus. -We cart hear her voice, ; fcrtW *P "e U3ten> *ni1 tIle eye i. for hot wonted coming with a strange ^1'nrnestncss. • We cannot feel ' \i will no more come—that from her clifi'i *- ¦.'' itlicale flush has.faded, and the light ;„ bws)fi dark eve, and on her lip, ras so exquisitely pure, the i'ew damp grave has fallen ! Wbo'so WdT imons the living! Who hath walked Lrlil with such a winning loveliness, m its bright brief journey galber'd up * .ireaiure^ of affection! She waslov'd u idols! are.- Shi was the'pride : ¦ r familiiir sphere—the daily joy I,who oh her gracefulness might gats in the light and music of her way, s companion's portion. Who could feel it would ever perish! It is like niching of a klar into the sky . |s you are gazing on it, or a, dream , ajit ravishing sweetness rudely br...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

Freedom. a the worlJ in throngs shall pass, itlie battle's glorious yan, a the oppressed shall seek redress, \ii shall claim the rights' of man—a shall Freedom smile (gain, il:earth on the main. '- a the tide of war shall roll > the imperious ocean's surge, a ihe tropic to the pole, Id'to the earth's lemotest verge—; a shall valor dash the gem " tae»ch tyrant's diadem. a the banrier is unfurled Lit a silver cloud in air. !iie champions of the world jifeir might assemble thereis ialLrcnd his iron chain, ilicleein his right again. - an lie'thunderbolts shall fall, Iafeirfury on each throne, are the despot holds in thrall S;mts nobler than liis own—iS the cry of all ehall be, i't shroud or Liberty.' '' si the trump shall echo load, iteiing nations from afar,3 Be Jaring line to crowd, ! W to rear the blade of war—& the tide of life shall reign, itnerimson every plain.. , s> the Saracen-shall flee ftom ihebattle of thceLord; - 'atae light of victory M illu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

[From the Philadelphia Dollar Newspaper.] The Forest Flower. ASTORY OF THE REVOLUTION. , BY. .MARIA LOUISA THOMSON..' ; Gentle reader! I would coririyonr attention awhile. My tale is (of the forest. Dismiss the polished smile, which wreaths thy lips; no legend nor tale of fashion is mine; it is not of the glittering pageantry of courtly halls or of knightly array ; it is not of the busy city or of the crowded pavement; it is not of fashion's throng, or of the giddy multitude thar" worship vanity and are pleased with the toys of fortune; All! no;, it is a tale of our own beloved country;of by-gone days when this beautiful and fertde (and was a dense wilderness, inhabited by hordes of savages and beasts and birds of pray. But vyhere?*-0, where, I /would ask. would we g'rj but to (Mir owii lovely land for the theme of glory, and to learn a lesson of patriotism and listen to a tale of valorous and manly deeds ? O, come 1 ye gentle .ones! ye who* revere and cherish the'martyrs, at ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

. The Choice. , / ^'Vformor ihapelpriie u^W'.troeandfair ^ ; P'tnimatedeyea,1 ' --"^chwrfrlair. ^^ eek arid"anow-whito arm sS?,rUhe,wia^' --^"^•HwgreatMtelura • "^Witiiiuun.

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

Trie Coalition. The last Argus has in it a yery candid article 06 the subject of the " bargain and sale", made between Henry Clay and John Q, Adams, and is intended as a defence of Mr.,Clay in answer to certain imputations made by us concerning this matter; The article written by us .may be found ii, the Porter of December £0. The.Argus that appeared next after that date, attempted a defence, by quoting the language" of one, implicated in the transaction. 'The- article now under notice, is a lengthy and more elaborate defence of Mr. Clay. We are called upon in this article " to retract the base4 insinuation thrown out" by us. Gendemen we shall not do it, until you have shown that the imputation cannot justly rest on Mr.jClay. J Admitting as true, the authorities quoted,by the Argus they do not exculpate him. We have not said that Mr. Clay made a proposition to Gen I Jackson with an intention to form with him a coalition; hence all the labor of the Argus is lost on this point...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

- v" ¦" ^~&axW.;.y: vv':':'H :': -The Argus has a correspondent, who is amusing himself with bis own ideas of ^ tariff. ? We are willing for once to break a rule adopted by us, not to notice particularly the articles of anonymous writers, who think proper to ^attackonr opinions. Weldislike bosh fighting, il indicates rather, that the writer, if .he has any reputation, is unwilling to take the responsibility of what be asserts. — "Looker on in Venice" writes-with much candor; the only reason we have for cSassyfring him with the federalists, is his attack on our opinions. . We are not disposed to call our opponent whigs, because -Col.. Webb, a renegade politician, has given: to' a party this name; a party ever distinguished as federalists;—The Argus correspondent has (and we believe sincerely) great affection for the name of whig; we need scarcely remind him of the fable of the donkey and the lion. That lion skin unfortunately did not conceal the long ears of the donke...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

Ulablenbant and Slronli. 'These, gentlemen "are die prominent 'candidates for /the next Governor, from; present 'appearances one or the oiher ^of them wDlte nominated by me 4tii March Convention. MtJM. has our preference, but no democrat can take exception to Mr.jS* >Tbe friends of Mr. S. in many places have indulged pretty' freely in abuse of Mr. M. which is highly improper. - They assert 4hat he is the people's candidate, and it ,has been . reiterated by papers from one end of the state to the other. ..."-.-..'.- . .; .... -,'.- . '.-.. This has induced us to ascertain by the only proper data whether this was the case, or whether it was intended as a teflection on Mr. M. We have examined the votes polled in 1841 for Governor Porter and the votes of 1840. . Befering to the counties now instructed for Mr. Mnhlenburg and those instructed for Mr. Shunk, we find find that theformer gave 9567 democratic rriajoiity in 1841, that the late gave 1064 democratic majority. In 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

Itlaneuoly and Singular Suicide. Yesterday, the 19th alt., James J, Bartram, locksmith, in Sixth street below Cherry, committed suicide, under very singular and melancholy circumstances. From what we. could learn, at a late hour last evening, it appears that on Thursday afternoon- he made a visit to his mother's residence, in King* sessing Township, and that the act was committed yesterday, about dinner time, in the vicinity of her house. The statement is, that he had.by some means prevailed upon a man to retire with him to the spot where the act was perpetrated, for the purpose of digging a grave, and that the man had (proceeded in the undertaking according, to the desire of the deceased,and that while so engaged, he heard the repoft of fire-arms, and looking up saw the deceased falling upon the ground, or into the hole, as far; as it had been made. | The man alarmed, ran to him, and found him a corpse, the contents of the piece haying taken effect in the region of the hear...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

Eight Days Later from Eorppe. By the snip sea, at New York from Liverpool, which she left on the 18th alt., we have eight days later intelligence, but nothing of much moment. We find it condensed in the Herald, thus: ., There is hot much .news of importance. Ireland is quiet, and O'Connell is sick.' ' , Wales and Scotland are as they were. Parliament has been further prorogued to the 1st orTebruary next, * The Queen and Prince Albert are going to visit Warwick Castle and Birmingham. -.':"•'• We find nothing relative to a government steamer leaving for' New York. The Roscius arrived out on the 12th. 1 Steamer Caledonia arrived but on the i4th..Y : _.. /¦ y '/ ¦ /, ¦ Spain seems to occupy^ general attention. ';•'-••¦"•¦ " ^ "-,'.-'¦; Louis; Phillipe dislikes to see the Duke of Bordeaux in England. Y ' ' Sir Hi Pottinguer; British Plenipotentiary' in China, and Sir C. Metcalfe, Governor General of Canada, have both resigned bit account of illness, and are going home. V ( ; '-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

Correspondence from Harrisbuig ?*': ii'.. Bamuovbb, J»spabi 24,164*;; . Tbtiadoaua thu* fir riwde by the la***" tj^^ C<«iOih^ I'it'most Uccx&s^d , w •nythibg bit fitiJerinjj - to &m Stole Printera and «f':'iW GoTBiior h» (asid. m hi»me«»ge, they exhibit "ii ««m of ^o^oo» taigwmiJg and selling, siie disgratefnl to the parties coacemed, and <3angeron«tothe|rarity of election. " The firrt wilnesi examined before the conrmitnw wm J. M^ G. Leiquie, of the I" Demodratie Union. "; - He testified that eerUia indrridosl*, member^ of the last LegUUtnre, bad been appointed to office, and inferred that their appbmirnent wm in eonaiderilion of the votes ^ren for the GoTeiiuw'scjuididtte , (JohnH.Dimoek) for state pnoter. When questioned a» to wnethei Adam J. Glo«tjrenner, of J York, no to haw any interest in the state: prinmig, or the proceed* thereof; lie replied that'he had no knowledge that auchwia Ihe case. But b«had understood that' Mr. GIOBjbreniier wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

^*w-' ^ fte BipiMM. • ' CjkucwmTOt .tbb TBtwtasd Mos* i» -ii.From the New York Son of Sat: Tjiday. ife learn that the lost trunk has been ipund^he thief arrested and near-3y all ihe^oney recovered. The fol* lowing'wgithe particulars:-. • y.A "It appears that the descriptipD of a " *500 bill *t the "Merchant's Bank of this'cityi (which had been sent froth Troy, and was in the trunk,) was given Hby--M««wJ"'I>^' ', fe-w,WOB'.&'Co;»'to all the Banks, land this bill was sent to the bank yestejrdaf by the Bank of New York, in exchange. .Immediate measures. w<Tre( ' taken to ascertain from whence it came, when it was discovered that it had been deposited in the Bank bfNew York by MrV Van Schet, German fancy goods dealer, 14 Cedar street. He stated that it was paid him the3ay before by a German named Lachner, residing at 52( Ri viiigton .street who was about going to Mil wankie.and bad purchased some goods., Information was given to the Mayor, who went to No. 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

top of Ite Stetuibeit Ebrpwi ,0^^^nBdrc^liTa^^, The St. LouiSiDemocrat of •<, inst. Says that city WM lb *« consternation" the day preii0n,\ " atuouncement that the steam^V herdess from Pitisborg,hld JJ sight of that aity. abom mito^ night previous, and thaifrom ^ lives were lost by the awfu|ca,*J 'The,night was extre'ipely cold'3 fact it is mainly o wing that m ' ^ drowned, who otherwise mu&\ reached the shore. IVesnCj particulars which havebeeuasc«u from the Gazette of the ereniiw 4th: '-. ' • »|The Shepherdess, was fa,, Ohio river, waicommandeilbf^ Powell or Powers,, (we conld 2 derttand which,} who had recailj chased and thoroughly repaired ttj, She; left Pittsburg lionie six wi days (ago, with aWw of from ft, fifteen persons, and at the time pi accident had upwards of^SPpaa ger« on board, a very large rnmi when we consider the laienesioj season. The boat encountered no usual obstacle, until last evemog ai half past 11 o'clock, when she sj a snag at Cahoki...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

1EFWH E. S. GOODSICH, 3« Wednesday, JaBnary 31,1844' . ¦-y For WtiiilMl tllStt; r ^ C0EStoAR&M.X0BNS0N, ; OF KEST0CKT, . [Saiject to ieddon of a Naiumal ConventJon.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

Qjt ABaeeoaaU d-sefor soburiphom , *d~ ccrtiiingjob tcork 1ft., at this offiee< prior to thtAthof December fad, MUST be *ettkd,at icasl—next February court wiUqffardan excel lent opportunity f&~ these knowing themtclca indebted to tall and sate costs! Country Produce of most destri plions reethed at the market prite. '. , ^ WO some of our subscribers on ToadndaCrtdebrbi^us dloiidortwoofCoal?. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

R AN away from the/subscriber,,on Ihe 9th Kinse^itbcy %r ,the Dame of James 8. Schermertern. bound a* an' apprentice to the Blacksmithing business, Said boy.was about 115 -years old;-—had on when' he left, gray pants, gray roundsbout.coat and a cloth cap. -1 hereby forbid all) persons harboring or trusting bun (-on my account,as 1 shall pay nodebts.of his ^contracting after this date. ¦¦•'.¦;¦ -...-' ¦-<• 5. W. ROOT. : Springfield, Jan. 10. 1844. ¦ :i- "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

rt the matter of application of ~| At a conrt Chester Park and others to j of Common be incorporated under the style, > {Pleas of name or tittle of "The:Bethel | Brad. Co., Church," at Athens. |r , J Dec. T.'43. 'Notice is hereby given that Chester Park, Wm. Norton, Elisha Mathewson, Charles M. Harsh, Jas. H. •scott and John E. Smith on the 15th of December .1843, presented .to the said court an instrument in writing, and the objects, articles and conditions therein set forth anil contained appearing to them lawful and not injurious to the community, directed the said writing to be filed, and that notice be given in one newspaper printed in said county of Bradford, for af least three 'weeks.before the next eourt.of Common Pleas of said, county, setting forth that an application has been made to said court to grant such an act of incorporation according to the act of Assembly in'such case made and provided.» A. CHUBBUCK, Protbouotary.. ,., Promonotary's Office,- ~) * Towanda...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

t ©a,® jgrare) @@Arfr $ T jHB.subscribers are prepared to fill all-orders for Coal at THE OLD BED, at the shortest notice and on the most favorable terms., Thankful for the liberahpatmnago they have received, they are determined to sell fine coal for blacksmith's, at lower rank than ever before offered, viz:; we will, sell for iashi Fine Cool at $ 1,25 per ton—or $ 1,38 in pro dace.—CoarseandRaJced'Coal at . former prices. "' ¦ • Beware of imposition: Fine Coal from other places, has palmed off as coming from 'oar mine —a sufficient proof of the superiority of our coal. N. B. PRODUCE taken tn payment for coal. < GATISS & WAGGITT. Franklin, Brad. Co. Pa. December 25', 1843.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

SHE£P^$^ES. BY virtoe of*nndiy-xwriu of Vend Expo, roWMftom the,courtibf common pleas °f ?.*$*$^»ffirvi'sb«U e«PP«e«pulicfsafe ^^?^-,%'%?»/^:fiwl»idugh ?Iow^2?*»'?n «»«>% the 4th day of DEi pBMBER nexV;atio'clockPV~M;?tbe follow mgpieee or parcel of laud situate in Towanda tpJ bounded on ihe north ibyStahda of James Manger;, west byJame* Mercur; south by Myer. & Manviile; east by the Snsqaehanna river. Containing one hundred acres more or less about thirty five acres improved with a log house and log'ahed and peach and apple orchards thereon.' :.'%4 •' "•/;; Ji .-. ','.• ¦ •-j; Seized andtaken in execution at the suit of Ziba Grist to use the of Benjamin C. Thomas and Chester Grist vs. Seneca Simmons. ,' JOSH Nr.WESTON, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office,r, ? . -' "•' Towanda, Oct. 17,1843. S ¦ -•¦•¦¦-.;;--' ti.-.".-..- -I-¦¦¦ --. ¦ :¦ ; '¦¦ POSTPONEMENTi V THE above sale stands postponed until Saturday the ?|l day of February same place and time of dayi - ' ^ JOHN N.WESTON,...

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