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

Great Democratic Mass Meeting, In pursuance of public notice a very large meeting of the Democratic citizens of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, was held at the Court House in Harrisburg on Wednesday evening, trie 17th inst. The Court House was: filled,1 literally crowded. Nearly, if not quite every county in the State, was represented by the attendance of a portionf of their Democratic citizens. . • f The meeting was called to order by Mr. Fatzitiger of Carbon <courity, and organized hv the selection of Col JAS. R. SNOWDEN of Venango county as President. Vice presidents. Asa Dimock, of Susquehanna county Henry Bceiiler, of Dauphin «? Irad WitsoN, of Bradford «« Si B. Sterigere, of Montgomery ?• George Nacle, of Dauphin " Joseph. Baily, of Chester •• Maxwell M'Caslin, of Greene . " Isaac G. M'Kinley, of Dauphin " Henry Logan, of York ^ «« John J. M'Cauen, of Philadelphia " John C. Btjciier, of Dauphin •»' Henry W. Smitit, of Berks «« Daniel M'Lajje, of Carbon " John HieN...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

The loss Base... A»s«i of the flowers one day ^ a Hose tree sleeping lay, -puji-_t0 fehoce charge b given, ^ e joung bads in dews from heaven, ^»g ttoxo. from his light repoK, ^"Stl.^hUpered to the Bo«e;—-, J^ oljeetofrflyc.re, ^ *n»t found when all are fair,. ^e w«el A.»A, ihou'at giwn roe, *'« thou wilt, 'tu granted lh*e." - C;wU th8 R°*. with deepeo'd glow, H, . •""tnwgrice bestow." ^"Hpabwdln silent thought, '»*?*Waa '*"»"«»' «<»«« bid not* ! „;, '" "nomem-o'er the Bow ^r77.<,M*<» Angel throtri, • UT|" ntore's simple weed, . • • l^>» Ver that Bwe exceed!

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

Tan Brtren and the Tariff. At the great democratic meeting, lately held at Harrisburg, information was demanded in "relation to Mr, "Van. Buren's views upon the Tariff; whereupon, the President of the meeting, Col. Snowden produced and read the following extract of a letter, written by Mrr Van Buren to a democratic meeting ; held at Shocco Springs, Virginia: . "The protective system and its proper adjustment, became a subject of frequent and necessary consideration, whilst I formed a part of the cabinet; and the manner in which the President (Gen'l Jackson) proposed to carry into effect the policy,-in relation to imposts, recommended in his previous messages^ has since been avowed with fhat frankness which belongs to his character. To this end, he recommended "amodification of the tariff, which should produce a reduction of lbs revenue to the wants of the Government, and an adjustment in relation to all-our national interests, and the counteraction of foreigf! policy,, so far ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

9jews from all Katldna, ' Gas.is now manufactured from lard tx Cincinaui, and manufactories are lighted by it. ,:V V1 • *•: ' ;• . On Tuesday ,13th insti; the themome tor.at Sheebroke, Canada indicatecj 29 degrees below 0. •*","""")'." A German woodsawyer, named Weekmister lately hung himself in New York. He was seventy years of age, anil' possessed 83000 in money. A son of Mr. McBride, of Philadelphia, came to his death by a piece of cake getting in the trachea while eating .it. .; -. ¦ -. ' . • ;.. : ; Mr. John W. Jones having formed a matrimonial alliance that did not realize his anticipations, asked the Alabama Legislature to sunder the galling bonds, adding that was in a hurry, as he was engaged to be be married the next week! (.The bill was passed by a vote of 50 to 15, and liberty given Jones to " try again." . The Legislature of Indiana adjourned on the 15th inst., after a session of. six weeks. An attempt to pass a stay law was voted down, and the salaries. of most of...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

II101111 E. S. GOODBICH, ^ii,mOl.'.; , GE». SANDERSON, J bWTom8-Wednesday, Febraary 7, 1844, v. : For EmidentiB 1814,. / COL. EICHMtfM. JOHNSON, OF .KENTUCKY. [Subject to decision of a National Convention.]

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

3^flH^ "»o stream that.lta^; • j Bot^mi,.^^^ And.whero i^fe^^ft. ^WormaaonvZM*-. The nroducts that mS' S are 4 deposit of5^ that are continually f0t'in ui; «i tions^thatare,ubjS°S'^ overflowed by water "t? ^ ly a stream whose, ^^"a that we cannot perceive in T *>! ritiesv These SlS ,cles of earth, which are nL e I motion of the water, JdJt^i is perfectly a, rest,'Jy fc sediment at its boliora ••!«).' '* of these panicles, depend,3 city of the stream and^heZf ' which it has to run. :Yh0 "' contact wim clay and oihMfiZ ded earths * are alway, ,arbiJ 7< the extreme fineness of it,. ^ elthough they have ..no J* tipn. ^ se »l| - On the other handi, stream. ,v T rocky beds and banks, ateH!11g paratively clear. alth«,u2h80ci pid. Now it is ealculaied tb, cnyofsix inches per second h fine sand, eight inches; sandj,! as linseed, twelve inches, fiJ! while a velocity of tweDiyfout, per second, will roll along pebbls inch in diameter, on a level sw, Now this would not be...

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

tij" All accounts duetfbr subscriptions, advertising job vjor&j^t., at this office prior to the 4/A of December'last, MUST be settled, at least—ntxt February court willaffordan excellent opportunity for those knowing themselves indebted to call and save costs. ' . • Country Produce-of most destriptiotu received at the market price. ' Q3* Will some of our subscribers on Towanda Creek bring us a load or> two of Coal ?.-

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

1 rjnrt'of Qnarlw.SeiBioMi . -r,» the Pinsbanj p^y^hrbnlcie.^ ' . jujaes Snowden and Porter, v f ' Monday, Jam 22d. .^^e Court was organized, Judge i n rose and announced the death. &in.;Patto.n,Sr,, the father i»f fp'pVident Judge of the Court. He :„-l a letter from Judge. Patton ^'¦¦iatr the members .of the .bar, to f'C many of tlie cases on the Civil '•'\.tj)eV could with justice to their •','?anj the remainder were post* ' ''; J until the third Monday in Febfv w which time the jury, eicept J empan"6"^ In the Denniston '*" were discharged. The parties in. 'V'Mre on Commonwealth . Cases ^e-atso'discharged until the same pnTii of Benjamin Patton, Sr.—- . forward made a motion to ajljourtt Court until 3 o'clock, as a mark of tneciful feeling, upon the announqenioft'16 death of the father of the Ardent Judge of this. Court, and in % to give the Bench and Bar an opiViunity to hold a meeting to express ,it seiitiments upon the occurrence of L painful event, in such a ...

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

Prog tess'of HoraoBim<--.<; ^ '-> Elocrisiiing Condition of N&trvbo. —-The '•'•;Times and Season ,?i-;give a monthly account of the spiritual and temporal progress of the Latter Day Saints. v'-The last publication says :— " The' work is still progressing in Canada* New Brunswick, England, Ireland, Scotland, Watesj amTin the Isle of Man, and in despite Of the vast numbers that are constantly, emigrating to this land, their numbers are continually on the increase. : In Wales, native elders have been-ordained, who are go* ingTorth arid preaching in their own language the great principles of eternal truth.. We have elders preaching in New Holland and in the East Indies, and elders during the past year have been sent toi islands in the South Sea. Elders Hyde and Adams are also preparing to go on a mission to Russia in the Spring." So'also in their temporal prosperity and progress. The city of Nauvoo is increasing in the number of well built houses, and ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

Tennessee bgislatnre—A Scene. .A dignified scene of legislation took place in the Tennessee. House of Delegate s, on the 17th inst. Mr. Miller mad e a speech, charging the Whigs witti wasting the time of the House.— As he concluded, there was some whistling and hissing heard from the Whig side of the House, Mr. M. noticed that the junior member from Davidson had hissed or whistled at his remarks, and regarding it as. a personal insult, he walked deliberately over to Mr. T. and expressed himself in severe personal terms. Mr. T. raised a chair, and Mr. M. pre. ssed in up on him—a general melee of -the memb ers ensued, and the parties 'were only kept separated by the exertioni' of gentlemen of both parties. Mr. T. o btained the floor, and made an explan ation in rep ly to the allusions, of Mr. Miller, and stilted that he" whistled to giv e expressio.tr merely to his surprise at the remarks of Mr. M., and thai he ha d no intenti on to insult the gentleman .from Hardem an; and that...

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

Sunday afcjew Orleans. , It would shdckjsome ofour Igood folks in this quartecr to see Sunday celebrated as it sometira-es is in New O'rTeans.— We see that recently a grand r eview of the military by the Governor took place on Sunday, when about 5000 troops turned out—cnvalry, artillery s-nd infantry. In addition to - the military .volunteers, which, evinced muclt discipline, the races attracted the atler.'tion of thousands of strangers. Full biimpersofeggriogg, &c, were served up gratuitously at' various hotels in tlie evening, and three -theatres and two masquerade balte were in. full opera* tioo. This is worse than the running of the Sunday mails. .-.>•. } A Rich Gold? Mine—The Salisbury (N. C.) Watchman says that the Rowan gold mine, near that place is the richest that has ever been discovered in the United States: , It is described as a small vein, from f6nr to twelve=inches wide. A quantity of. the ore taken front it basryielded'S200 to the bu« sbel; and...

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

Died, In Inlet, Lee connty, Illinois, on tho 19th ult, , of putridYever, Ebistcs^. Phatt, formeily of Bradford county. C In Borne,.oh the 19th""uJt, of consumption,. Mrs. Sxbid Toulis, aged 55 years.' sriiw xp@^,a. .Bus) 8 PUBLIC JfOTICE is hereby given that the Blacksmith's Coal will be sold for SI 38 PEYTON, PAR MONEY, And $1 50 per ton, land produce—land produce taken in payment. r • N. B. The, subscribers have a large quantity of superior good coal on hand, and a sufficient assortment of rake and coarse coal.: I S I. &8.BOLITHO Prankljn,'Febniary 1844.

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

CollectM's'Attonnts of County Taxes A . *™>*us2zi- l^dr Pike, 8 Gregory, 1837 $20 00 144 66 Rome $ JlVought, 1838 I '. 81 95' Smithfield.CR Hamilton 1839 • 30 68 WeUs, A. Wartendyke, " 30 00 22 39 Burlington, C Knapp, 1840 66 10 Canton, A Bothwell, " ) 28 36 Granville, Win Ross, " 110 65 9 32 Smilhfield, E king,. •« 31 66 Towandaboro, A. Martin," 114" 37 74 93 ",. tp,RHorton, " 211 72 WeUs, W Smedley, " 72 98 Athens tp. SOvensbire, 1.841 10 00 69 51 Columbia.* J W M'Clellanc'," 5 50 18 70 Herrick, Robert Depew, " 4 12 ,133 00 Litchfield, T B Merrill, ." 19 86 Orwell, Harry L Parks, "37 10 II 31 Pike, John Baldwin, " 38 04 Ridgberry* Anson Webb, '• 38 65 South Creek. S Stiles, '< S 94 21 82 Shesheqtiin, E Hortin, " 162 50 WyaIusihg,,E Vaughn,jr." 7*30 89 93 Wysox, David Owen. * " 77 74 54 71 Athens bo,' G O WeUs, 1842 88 95 93 24 "•: tp, J WatkW " 183 02 '289 06 Asylum, U Moody, " 24 59 63 10 Albany, Miner Wflcox, «« 66 86 42 62 Burlington, J S M'Kean, " 90 85 2...

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

W" 1ST OF JURORS, drawn for Febli niary Term a^nd1 Sessions, 1844. 'f 81COSD WBEK. Albany—M. A- Ladd, James Lee; Columbia—I^Besley, G. Bailey, W. Garnet., r ». Keyes; Canton—George Grifiin; FranKlin-rJamesC'Ridgway; '•';_ Granville—Ziba Morse, Benjamin Saxton; Leroy—Ansel TiDotson; '-.^ Litchfield—Jacob Campbell} "i ^ , Monroe—-Charles Hollon, David Ridgway; Orwell—G.S.Gorham,c Joel Johnson; Pike-Charles Keeler, E. Taylor; Ridgberry—King H. Cummins, D. A. Gillet i Standing'Stpne—William. Griffis; Springfield—G. Adams,' D. Gates. P. Norman; South Creek—Samuel H. Coleman; Towanda boro—E. D; Montanyej " tp.—Cbas. Manville, B. Goodwin; UUter—James Gorseline, Wm. Hovcy; Wysox—F.Brown, J. Ridgway, D.Shores; Wells—A. W. Knapp, L. Whiey.5

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

New Books and Stationary! ^SS^ICBASIBq I THE subscriber has just received a very extensive assortment of School and Miscellaneous BOOKS; Hisjory, Travels, Voyages, Biography, etc, which arc offered for sale low for cash. The stock embraces in part :— A tour in the East.' Holy Land, &c.,by E. Joy Morris, 2 vol.; Thomas' Reminiscences, and Sketches, 2 vol; the works of Josephus, Bollin, Byron, Combe, Dick, Sterne,' Manyatt; Cooper's NavaJ History, Plutarch's Lives, Mack's Lafayette, Blake's works, Lift of Washington, Franklin, and Jefferson. ' s Also, a general variety of Family Bibles, large and small; psalms and hymns,.music books, etc. Blank Books and Stationary; of almost every description. J. KiNGSBERY, Jul Towanda, Jan. 27,1844.' ; ¦ !

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

ANNUAL REPORT Of tbe Receipts and Exptnditmrts of Bradford County, for the year 1841. Assessors, ^ ' - j $1012 26 Bridge Contracts, .1346 25 Constables' attending court, making returns, and adv. for Tp. elections; 488 90 B. Buffington, late commissioner,.' s 253 85 A.Martin, crier of court, 69 00 Coroner's inquisitions, 54 42 Williston & Elwell, counsel fees, 25 06 Damages by roads thro' improvements-, 462 83 -Damage Views, 72 00 Fuel, . 50 88 Incidentals, 27 97 Justice Fees, 26 87 Grand Jury, attendance and mileage,. 575 43 Traverse Jury, " ' '1 2630 36 Office bookjB, 97 75 Monica refunded, 2 35 Wild cat certificates, 15 00 J. N. Weston, Shff. prisoner's-suppoit,795 47 Printing, k 362 25 Stationery, 47 25 Public Buildings, 328 87 Township views, ,'" 5 00 Civil suits, . 58 44 Wolf certificates, 25 00 Dl Cash, late Piothonotary, Clk Quar-. ter- Sessions and Oyer & Terminer, 295 95 A. Chubbuck, « « " ¦ ., 121 26 A.Chubbuck, for transcribing old appearance docket ...

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

HoniBS Bttarned^ By co, orders returaea', including credit orders; $14,34132 By Treas!irer'a commia'ion, 286 82 ¦ .. .. I $iifiis H twnnty Orders. Outstanding ordeis. Jan. I, 1843; r$3,792 52 Orders issued in 1843, inbludinif credit orders, ' 13,200 26 Orders issued to Treasurer, i j 5,146 00 "- "."¦¦...- I $22,l'38 78 Orders returned in 1843* -'' $14,34132 Outstanding Jan? 1, 1844, ST.797 46 BRADFORD QorjN'IlY, SS.' We, the Cnmmissioners of said county, do hereby certify tbe • foregoing to ^ be a true statement, of the receipts'and expen.'litures of said county for the year 1843. E. ASPENWALL, } D. BRINK, yComri. J. .TOWNER. y Attest—A. 8. C-BAMiixn-us, Clerk. • Commissioner's Office, ? Towanda, January 24,18445 , >.

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

ONE CENT REWARD. BUT JSO CHARGES PAIPI; RAN away from the subscriber on the night of the 23d January, a young man by the name of Robert Ferguson, an apprentics tp the Blacksmithing businecs. -1 hereby forbid all'persons, harboring or trusting him; on rny account, as I shall pay no debts of bis con* trading after this date. , . J.B. RIDGWAY. Wysox, Jan. 29,1844; .*' ;-;.!

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

ONE CENT REWAfiDlj RAN away from the subscriber; on the 9th inst, aboy by the name of James 8. Scnermcrhorn. bound as an apprentice to the Blacksmithing business J ' Said boy was* about IB years old;—had on when he left, gray pants; gray roundabout coat and a cloth cap. I hereby ibrbid all persons harboring or frosting him on. my account, as 1 shall pay no debts of bis contraitbig after this date. ; H.W, ROOT. ; :8liringfiehljan.l0^ 1844,,

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

Panel and Cernmon lumber S; Good Sbingles WANTED in exchange for cash and goods Jy',-¦!¦'•' ¦'--x#MIJ£&SON.;. .| BROADCLOTHS, Cassimeres, Beavercloths and Sat tinets, for sale low by j - I- ::¦':-. -"-,,-'.-- ^::\%mX^mjsl:"J '...•' ' ¦¦¦¦'\:-r:-i-^:-M-- , -)¦• '." • -i - '-'iv;fs;.;;'i i::,-,:-\.\h;:

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