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

notice y IS HEREBY GlVEN^ that there will be a meeting of the Director? of the Bradford, County Mutual Insurance. Company; »t one o'clock, P.M^, on Wednesday, the l»h;day of January inst., at the.office of N^^p Brtts; A puriclual attendance Of all the diSi4dri'i» re-, quested. NIN.BETTS,' : ^.g^eaiiee ' H. 8. MERCUR. J^St o.: B. K1NJG8BERY,, .J wsmui*-; ' ¦ Towcnda, January 8;-18W. ' ¦ _'' aj-Th'e aboveirrieetrog is adjourned'to Tneeday February .«h; at the; wm> place, «fld tiiie of day- - ,v :,, --.;¦( '.. -.'.;';;~;.

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 31 January 1844

Panel and Eobubod Lumber & (Jood Sninglra, WJKT ANTED iiiexcbange for cash and goods ¦WlDT. . y?-:. - H.MIX &SON.f MERINOS.AipaiWUj.Mow. De I^Mes. Figured ;0rlcin»,Tegwi», Pnhtod Velvet, dtc, beautiful pattern*^fortfiei fcadieaVfor ealeV :' '' ¦? -. ^-MK^SON, . • ¦ ' ' ' ' - - < ' ntifltTlr. - .

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

NpTIGE^ THE subscriber having beeu appointed by the Orphan's Court of BradforuNcounty an Auditor to audit the account of JoIiikT. Doyle, executor of the last will and testament of Edward Doyle, dee'd., andaleo to apportion the assets, among the creditors of the said; Edward DoyIe„will attend for that purpose at the'Register's office in Towanda., on Thursday, the 1st day of February next, at one o'clock in- the afternoon, of which all persona interested will please take notice. - '¦ •,'.. E.W.BAIRD, Auditor. Towanda, January 9,1844.

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

A FARJM FOR SALE. THE subscriber offers for sale his'farm in Durell township, four and a half miles, trom Towanda, containing 125 acres, about100 improved, and in e good state qf cultivation, with convenient buildings. .The location of said farm is well known, lying on the west side of the river, helowjTowanda, and iri fair view from Wysox and Standing Stone narrows. The subscriber wishing to leave the state will take two. thirds what the 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.

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

m$emmass» < ,,' . a¦ ¦ ¦"-"¦ ¦ ' '¦' ,.-¦' Tbe JPoreft Flower. brother, but not for the cold-hwrjlew world Vill V write "that parting";«©ewf. He wtfe himself ftotn her, and the next moment he and hie comrade were rid' iog away over the plain, and were soon lost in tlie gloom of the forest. ^ Months roUed away, and never did lie prospects of the American colonies appear more; gloomy.Lieutenant Hdwtvra ws» promoted ta the command of a regiment, and despatched j to a distant Southern frontier j but Captain De Clifford was still struggling with a handful of toHiers, against a much, superior force of the British army in the north, when hte never beard tiding* from the Howard family , , ' -' \ ., , It was near the close of a beautiful day, as Olive was returning frorn ^ a. ramble in the forest; winding her way through a lonely wood-path, she wa* startled by the. rustling of the leaves in Ihe glen, and beheld, approaching her the tall form of an Indian, wrapped in «'wolfish ...

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

lr, Viffl^rcook—CaDuiel Maker. Comer of HtBHr$ Side streets, Towanda Pa. KEEPS constantly on hand, alt kinds of Furniture, made of the best materials and of 4he latest fksbion.'wbich he wilj sell en better terms for cash than can be had at any other establishment in the world. ¦ - Towanda, Oct. lOtb, 1843.

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

13@^^ij H/l!tk oot % aw **5|j Ae proprietorW«S?*2! «°mmiaie1og H:-toffi!" fc*S,, »many mo^ss, eaffl*"^ «nw» h»*e been bmo*T* **&£? P«a»e, ^ ewattS.^ a^ luwee^ponthe ss^^jkij founded upon tn £nd$Z%*«»i2 rasing of Wood, vsmh^J?* puling the MA^i^ «km, ertawi other «m2>*u wsot Dftpiie in the «oWfe ^ 4i "W«dy-jpw«s»Bt'toAetate *»««^ unnsuai attenUoo to diet,0« i-T?^ from s««*06g to umhr^^^ meroascemficste.«, teu^'; ?s, nary efficacy, the foa<minj^,tt'i<!, ''«# n' tfy?" fa* &*vd K.1 ' M^C.BrrfKkerflnff-SjfrttfWflirted wima.JbesseofiUfoS^ • severe cough and jrs»U&£*«*li and compelled at times to gj,e 2 ^ 1 tried many medicioes, lot fJ^ relief, onul bearing of .voarBJj'N I procured two bottles ofS.^!?** rose, Sasooeb^ons county, JDJ S*fc lion in saymg!fiutt "IJ»u"i»f ZZfS heahhin «me years, «,dl ,^1 Cod, it has been, the rpwnjp/ 3> lile and most ch.ern% ncouS pnWic as a valuable mfditae,^^1 * - SfcfaD^rEddy;Wjo2^Sl g > Decembe...

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

¦ r:U-/,,',. -;.r,Ti^r.v;,.'-/ ' aehwas at beabaful |iri. ^nfhea, I firW%w.')itoV*DiJ"iw';'«ta^fe«'W'?lt* sideof her lover at the marriage altar.--iSh^Piwas >lighdjr' pate^e^eyer and anon as the cerentony proceeded »ifmt tinge of crimso*M5rossed her cneeki'ltke the reiflebtionoraaanseticlbod upon ihe clear WaWrs of 9 Me, Hteftlpwr, aa he Gasped ber hand within jh' a owtf, gazed on her for a moment with unmingled admiration, and the warm j eloquent blood shadowed at tntemla his njanif forehead.andjmeltedintobeautyton hishpa^; And they gave thenwejvea to'oho a^ their in the presence of heaven, and ev«h ryheart blesseddieroas,they weat;on their way rejoicing, id theirJbve. j ' Year^ passed on, afldl sattrthose lor .versv's (They were seated together where the light of. suthmer's srjnnet stole thro* the half closed and crimsoned curtain, lending a richer tint to (he carpeting and theexqusite embellishments ol the rich and glorious apartrrienr.(' " Time had slighdy changed...

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

iisiiiBil^lil ts^oW on theaoath «de of the pabftsaqotie, 'rlf^ iii:lJa«f 'liallcSnB J*B^eJBBnteip'ilto-;<a^i«iiMml taveriboda^' owaMb^jSi-Tottle, where the sabschW d^!nbt*ei»fa«s io ssytbst be ba* Wat received fiont«» Sfeis of New Tort, the BEST article "of 8T0VB8 ever brdogbi mid Towsqda,each as. r'."- ¦; '/'(""''-:.\;4';: Cfoue^ipf-im%ooktog£faw, ete«^QV! An assortment of Parlor \ :«;;-•-'-.-Dining Boom Coofeng, •*.¦-., Cytmdtr.Cook .,: -*~±- '. t«^»- AquantUy of Six Pla^ofdiffennltviaattd Wbirfr'are bow for.sale as low a* any otnw es tablishment io Towanda, prefeewbere, for ready pay;. Wheat arid oat* received m part pay for the above nsmeiT stoves, and hi addition to the abtive hil^'«lstooIers; will always fod Store Pipe and Elbows, of all sizesjon band, with *o Attortmcnt of Copper, Tin and SJirtI Iroo ;/.,.A.::-WARE,(^v'... wholeaile andletail. Eave'trotigb coodpetora; sheet iron/d«jp3i>. With all other kind ofjobi work; made end fitted op on short notice, and ...

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

SAPDI.E, HARNESS & ^--^a ¦f'. ©sots ' : ^H| ^sraa^wmtrt) .¦ .^«Sk\. THE SUBSCRlBiBrtSJ reapectfolly inform their old friends and the public generally that they are carrying on the above business in all ita various branches, in the north part of the building occupied by B .Thomas, as »,KaV shop, on Main street, nearly oppoaita Merchifs store, where they will bo hippy to accooiodasa old and new customers. -•. ^'C' - ¦¦ 8ADDLES, CARPETBAGS KBIDLEIS, VAL1CES, MAHTINQALS, TRUNKS, HAUNESS, COLLARS, <; WHIPS &C , &C. of the latest fashion and, bes^ materials win be made to order on moderate tenjwfor ready pay. Most kinds of country produce will betaken in exchange for work. ARNOtJT&CM,P. Nov. 13,1843. •'.;'¦"-,':

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

TAiLpmeiv ''/ GEORCE tt «CshhSJC, ' ' , WOULDrreapcctfally ioform thepuWie that h* continues at' bis old rtsnd, en the weal side of Main street, between Bartlttt'a and K iogshury^s stores, 'op stairs, whore be will be found io readiness to do all binds of work: in bis line, in a style not to ba surpassed by any other shop io the country. Prices to suit the Utnes., He than&a his cestonien for pisUavorg; and hopes by strict attention to.ho-, aiaesffi and accommodating terms to taarit « continuance of public favor. Particular attention paid to cotttos:, and warranted to £t if properly made., CCT Most kinds of country produce taken in payment for work. 1'owanda, Nov. 14th, 1843,.,.-,.

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

NEW BLACKSMTHING ' ns^Sss&'imssr^ THE SUBSCRIBER has liken theBla'ek-Emilhing Shop on the Vest side of Main street, in (he south pan of the Borough, where he is prepared to execute all orders in his line such as'HORSESHOEING, CARRIAGE <$• COACH WORK and EDGE TOOLS.— Having (earned his trade thoroughly, and'had considerable experience in the business,yhe is able to say that his work will bear comparison with that of any man in the country or city. He would refer to G-. H, Drake, for whom is has made the iron work for carriages forths'osi two years. The patronage of the public is so ticited. ¦ .' ,; • ,_. ' . , - N.B. Country Fmdoee received inpayment forwork.i HENBY BSENWHSE. Towanda, May 30, .1843. j

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

BRADFORD POW »T >. •. 600BWC* js»mK "' -saiiiaa Twodolbrsand fifty cenuper^ aive of postage. Fifty cents *«%, within die year; and /or •a***"' Twice, oss »om.ab wi« ¥ **'^e, Subscribers at liberty to da**" time by paying arrcarsgrs. - „ Advertkemente, not '^Lm serted for; fifty-cents; ^f/^JU lion twenty-fiye cents. A»«" to^earlynd-rertisers. ...«m.ir. Twelve lines or t»»**ZZ>* ,J*Prfalmfc«C*W^»^ espeditioustyfexecutcd,oow,FM ; ^Letterajon ^SSSJ ficeTianst come free of pestog^T" tinn ¦ .A __—-

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

AGENTS- : The following &^ meL %#* receive eabscripnons for ""fa. and to receipt for psy^«»"»«« C^H.H«aBic«;,Bsa.-f—'"';."j J.Ri GooSBAPco,.--- *",;5* Col. W.E.-B*BW».-r'V*'....,i-RAswHwitti'"'"—,""'*', •; J, E.Goodrich,. "...—'j B. CaoKBAPo* * ' £pfl Abdi.««s mp£***>"""""sttBiM P.CLWAmfc..—^ •"••'"",'... to.JoHKiosi•••',•'*• .,.;•¦ -A. M. Cot...•«•«>.• '* - ^

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

yfMr.jm^rmr mzsxsssm^ CLOCKS, & JEWELRY. r"«\HB snbscrtb>ir has recently returned from JL ;*«« V«k *od has just received this day a splendid aasortmeatof goods in his line.— Among hia assortmeni'may bo found Gold and Siher Uvew, Horitontal, Lepuie and common V» atchce of the best quality and at reduced pri-?^- h. ' Brass eight day and twenty four boor Wocv Clock*. ;.., »;;i *: ;., ¦ Atponabis essortiBewcf jewelry 'may* be found Gold & Silser Pencils, Breast P«s,'E»r Hitiga, _Fmgerv8iri89, Wriat Clasps,'Steen P.^Go»|&.^KChaiei,Gold cTcom^ 5^^ vJK^?! W"*1*8P«et« end tioggtesl |.l»er TbimbH st***^ ff,||^M PerHBWon, Pspa, Violin Strings, Clarionet "S-W Poinu, Teble & TeVfiiwon. el of which. wiU be add low for Ready pi, -il?a^ ^481^4 V S^^*^ \ Cmt* wNnd on ^w^^^^m^ '¦""':¦---:;:; 's^i^i;'^ '*^Mti»6N.:-.'' . • ^s^S^^^-'- m^mmm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

CjsCBIBBD TO SAMANTHA.. I from the Loaisville. Journal], ijsL'no Voice to Weep for He.' \BI s^s. n. S. SICHOLS, st„ff voice to weep for me, \ s\do breastto-sigh; ';; ' • |. lishno wail nor moanlo hfaT, •; AWMJnie,wheiadiej ') '- , 'rj0jfupy and peacefully _ muaj me down to rest, ie osiJfe gjapcine.at mT l»ea<1» ' Ticmrfnpon my breast '. iin some <jmet, lonely place, ipath a sheltering tree{[ re sweetly MoonTth* wiM field flowers, There hams the merry ye,' ---I silently and pleasantly " > . know my dnst will lie, j. Armed within a narrow mound, . ieneatb. an open sky. : e'/ummer birds might build, their nests Jpon the thick-loafed bobgh, ' '•¦' here, in faint beams of arrowy light,: rhe.sDnshine struggles through; •>' J cheerfully and mirthfully These little birds might sing, • ' languish in their liquid rotes A single heart to wring. itsoftly'in the dewy1 spring. r.e tender grass will griw ; - v « sweet will bo the whispering Of winds, all calm ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

hi BiHMm to his Shipmates.' |1 •' trap oe in my. country's flag, i And lav me "in the cold'blue sea, , lailet the roaring of the winds, % solemn! requiem be. NUill sleep a- pleasant sleep,. rile staratsjabove their rev ejs fceep. '¦ ' a^° h|ave shall read for me t A" service of the silent dead; ^je shall sink me in the wares *l*a all the prayers are said. ^ I wilt find my long, long home, auk' the billows and the foam. !t»ell,my friends"! fall many a league Wt've sailed togethar on the deep;, ?ia<irewcll!,I sail no more; 8l" 'Mpinaies, wherefore weep » 5 "ODod above; my course is run, ¦'¦' "¦"be port, my voyage's done;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

TheBlaefoHnith uitheBattle of Brandjwlne And now I have given you some instances of courage and heroic daring among those high < in station and; renowned in fame, One instance'more >^-an example ,of reckless-courage.— The hero, was a stout blaoWmith—aye, an humble blacksmith, bit his stout frame, hardened by .toil throbbing.with as generous and impulse of fredom«s ever beat in the bosom of a LaFayette, or thrpbbed arourid~the heart of mad Anthony Wayne; ^v -.; It was in the full tide o&the retreat, that a follower of the American camp, who had at least shouldered a cart-whin in his country's service, was drivinga - baggage wagon from the battlefield,. while some short distance behind a body of Continentals were; rushing for* ward, with a troop of Britishers in close pursuit. V '.;¦_', V The waggon bad arrived at a narrow point of the bye] road leading io- the' south, where two high banks of rock and crag arrising on either side, afforded just space suff...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

General Jackson in Boyhood In passing through Anderson dis? trict, some years since, I heard Mrs. Stephenson, a venerable matron, Iwho had been the youthful acquaintance of Geu. Andrew Jackson. during the ;revolutionary war. I was induced by curiosity, as wellas jespeci for ihe character of this estimable ola lady, to visit one who had been the companion of bur illustrious Ex-President, in the days of his boyhood and obscurity. I: found MrsrfStephenson alt that she had been represented;to be-r-an intelligent, kind heatted and fine looking old "matron full of conversation and anecdotes of the "old war." She was born in the neighborhood of the Waxsaws, in Leicester district S. C and there grew up with the future "hero'df New Or» leans." The mother of Andrew Jack son, and her three, sons, were well known to Mrs. ^Stephenson. ; Andrew was the youngest, and about her own age. V They were sent to [the: same school, and their parents' jived very near to each other. The father of Ge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

Water for Cattle. Every farmer^ sjnould provide a good supply of pjare water for bis stock, where they can hate convenient access to it, if possible to Ida this without great expense; the water should be in tSe bam yard, that all. animals may partake of it when they please, and save the, lossvof manure consequentbn their travelling some distance for water, beside the liability of the, weak to be injured by the strong, or to be deprived of the privilege of drinking, after travelling far for that purpose. With a good well and pump at or near the yard, or where the water canbe carried in a trough to the yard," water can be supplied with less trouble than by going a distance to shovel out water and get: cattle to it in stormy. and blustering days; besides the cattle will be much belter accqdimodated, and a great saving of manure'will be made. ; ¦ '. '¦••:'-,*¦.'/.'•'• ]! ^->y:;: ¦' -y^-- ..- ••, .¦¦¦ • A; JIew Vession,—Hawthorne says the oli spirit-stirring appeal ^o *f f...

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