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

WIMTEiMOim epHE l' arget stockever of. ^ FEREDWTHISMARKET.Unow opening at Montanye% which they will sell at wholesale or retail at sneh prices as. will ensure a liberal share of pablio patronage. Their stock consists oi dDRT GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Boots and Shoes, Ladies] Bonnets, u - Gentlemens1 Hats §• Caps, Buffalo Robes, S,-c. and all the etceteras necessary for the comfo:t pf a cold winter, which appears to be rapidly approaching. J. D. & E. D; MONTANYE, Towo,nda, November 8, 1843.

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

LATE ARRIVAL! fiH^HE subscribers have just received at their JL'.iStore in Moriroeton, a largo arid w»ll selected assortmerit of FALL AND-, WINTER • ¦CODS, tomprising alrriost-every variety, of nry Goods, ] Hardware,, Groceries,,. | Croctery, etc which they now-offer, to the public at very low prices for ready(pay. The citizens if MonroeTand the surrounding country are respectfouy^hrvited to tall and ex amme our stock, as we are confident we cangivo them-aa good bargains as th*y can find at any other establishment in. tbe tounty. '.. Oj" Lumber and Pro-jnce takon.W payment. ; .-,- ». ,C. & O, N. SAiSBUBY. , Mpnroeton, Nov.r 6,1843. .

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

HATS. ,& - C APS, e, good assortment, for ""."y. ¦;.-.. J.F-MJEAN8 & CO. C 0"0? YAfilSr, Wiping & Batting on __hand*jy MEANS.& CO. :• \-:^V^&*XFJEZM^~: "1-^'ewujangiBJfor GooUs---Coriimon. Panel & JL flood ColUng'Boards^ -and-SS; inch Shih-8'"* : MEANS.ttJCQ. »£JALT, Iron & NsUs, jost'rcceivwl and «> IS-Sf «l»by--r - ::'¦¦ ,:.: '.Mp;V"V-"s:,-.--

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

pottioliccaUctltoMOl tie City of toniOH. In SuGiles'churchlies Chapman, the earliest and best translator of Homer, and Andrew ManreU, the^wit, the poet, and patriot, whose poverty (Sharles H. could notbribe. Who would suppose the Borough was the most classical/firound in the metropoUs! andye't it nndonbtedly is so. TheJGlobe theatre was there for which Sbakspeare wrote bis plays\ On the Borough side of the rivet, stall called Bankside in tbe same lodgings-and having the same wardrobe, lived Beaumont and Fletcher. / In tbel Borough, also, at St. Savior's, Us Fletcher and Masainger in one grave.' In the same church lies Chaoeer'8|cptempprary, Sower; and from an, inn in the Borough, the existence of which is soil boasted, Chancer and his pilgrims set out on their famous route to Canterbury. Who would expect to find any thing poetical in East Smithfieldl Yet there was born the most poetical of «poets, Spencer. Pope was born in a street no less anti-poetical than Lombard street, an...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

visitto -> 1 Cartons Dream Story. • Miss ri» a. was on a - raws. Andre, and, being very intimate wilh the latter, shared her bed. One night she was awakened by the violent sobs pf her companion, and upon entreating to know-the, cause, she said, " I have seen my brother, and he has been taken prisoner." It is scarcely necessary to inform the reader that Andre was then with the British army, during the heat of the American war. Miss B. soothed her friend, and bolh fell asleep, when Miss Andre once more started np, exclaiming,'•• They are trying him as a spy; and she described tbe nature of the court, the proceedings, and the appearance of the \ judge and prisoner, with the greatest exactness. ^ Once more tbe poor sister's terrors were, calmed by her^ friend's lender representap tions.buta third time she awoke screaming that they were hanging him as a Spy, on a tree, and in his regimentals, with many other circumstances! There was no more sleep for the friends; they got ...

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

AiAlfi^^ctdi. _\ VI is OVa SAILOR. y " ' .••. - . .•; •' ;!/¦ ' • ' ., «- . ' " . '" . * • '" . ! ' -"Yoa were'withNelson, then!'* aaid I to a prisoner with whom I had entered into conversation. ¦ . "Ilras, your .honor," he replied. *» But, my friend, "what can you say for the treatment poor Caraccioli experienced? Yon remember that, I sup pose." .-¦-'" "I do, indeed'"he replied. "Pooc old manrf^bw'earnestly he pleaded for the few short days which nature at bar utmost could have allowed him! But, tot," added he, grasping tuy arm, "do yorrknow what it is to ha.ve a fiehtl at the Mm, who when hama'nity cries " Porri!' will clap it hurd a-starbOanl in spite of yon ?—one who, in loreli ness and fascination, is like an angetof light; but whose heart re lembies ail infernal machineVready to explode whenever passion touche the 'secret trprin'g of vengeance ?'.' V: I had merely pat the«l»~*tion to him by way of joke, little expecting tbe result; but I bad to listwi\U» a tale of ho...

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

k^i:f''-&U^- : W^:.':kl;-'. : I harl beard atid tead «o *ao^ aaarvellooVstorie* about the. **pa«*y. « the shark* that Ueltsomewhatdesirow of ao opportunity of judg|n^f the yarns with which;the,^Uor»^teVtained us caping landspien, Ml ^ curiosity was^tovling: ungratified. J We: _were withto view of ih& coast of Madagas* car, when it became necesfjy to> take in water to fill empty casks. .While *» Portuguese seamenl .was etoployed m this duty, be unfottunatelyjoyeftalaoc ed himself and fell over, board. The sea being tolerably calm, aftd the man an excellent swimmer, no Sanger was apprehended dn his account, mo first mate and fourof the drew prepared to descend to bis assistance in the captain's gig, which hung3»tera i but, owing to the hnrry of tbe foment, the boat was.carelessly lowered by the run, and the whole party werejmmersed.— No time was, of course, h?et in gelling out another boat; but, before^ it could be lowered, the man in: the^foretop ahouted ...

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

. Tub largest Diamond. \ No diamond is known to exist as large as that of the King of Portugal, found «i the river Abaite, about ninetv two leagues to N. W. of Serro de Fno." The history of its discovery is romantic I ' Three Brazilians, Antonio de Souza, Jose Felix Gomes, and Thomas de Souza, were sentenced to perpetual banishment in the wildest part of the interior. Their sentence was a cruel one; but the region of their exile was the.richest in the world; ever river" rolled over a bec| of gold, every valley contained inexhaustible mines of diamonds. An impression of this kind enabled these men to Support tbev horrors of their fate ; they were constandy sustained by the hope of discovering some rich mine. They wandered about for nearly six years in vain, but. fortune was at last propitious. An excessive draught had laid dry^the bed ofjthe river Abaite, and here, while working for gold, they discovered a diamond of nearly an ounce in weight-Overwhelmed with joy, they resolv...

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

Wi^MiM^^ -iTOW on tW»»tb«a>oi the pubjic squaie, Win the builduiB- *A}°™»tS <be Claremont i?roh£^rued8 bv N,Ta«le, where the sSL doe»:iiot hesitate ¦£ say that.hs-.ta S^r^ed from tbe Ststeoflxew York, the finS^STOVES ever brou8 bt int* Towauua,sucb-a8 - > ;l - dnssee's ft. im.Cooking Stpves,eletated oven. Mahortmentof Parlor I v Dining Room pooling, . , Cylinder Coat, ¦ ..'.-"^_ t I»-1P-* AqudHtily of SizTlalisiofdifferent svesand -Which are'now for safe as low as any otheres^ iabnstoieiit in Towsnda, orelsewhere,forreory pat,. Wheat and oats received m part jay for tbaiaWe named sto^esi end in atldition to the above bill, customers will always find Stop* Pipe and EOoiSs.of all saea on hand, vritban ittortmtnt ti ftpptr, Tia aMSlieel lion WARE, wholesale and retail. Eave-trongh conductors, sheet iron drorns, wiui sit other kind of jobwork, inade.and fitted" op on short notice, and bawdrkroaoVikeuianrier. .^ The undersigned would render his most sincere thanks ...

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

PimJBurjrcxtetmg^ P^| ' T.f-^posses^bi;,bisiflM^lKl tbe fWpriewr W«uld fed £^*s5l ^mmendiug ittoU!e^^ W,^, so many worthless, andind^i i"1*.^ trumjJwva baea brou^»«^ parade..«f IkUa certi^0 ^•-nosA Vunse, .ast.ssa.tta. ffl08t v7*««0 are receittd with distrost -n. lfe||w3 die Health R^iaure. h0Bev ^e P'»f«S bance opon tbe s-^r*^1 *'^ founded upon an.e,perieL« ^iT, 1""1 ^ beneficial effects, coafideath, w '^3 *.<**" ft. Cnfa, Coldsfi^Sj raising ol Wood, p«n u, tb^siS^W -skin; and all dther eoaipt»inK^* ,!l'2 wantoftoneinthestonweh. T)i N not only pleasant fttheteae,'C^l unusual attention to diet, nor ii o, ^*" * get^ be apprehended from ejaS,*^ fromSttending to usniUroouioT^^ merpus certificates'in fcstinioiiycf ii, ^^l naiy efficacy, the foUottiogare^8 ^ w f^^ rjTa ^ &amtlX<tl . Mr.CJBnnckerhoff—Sir- Hwin V flitted with a disease of thekng, ™.5 , ^>* a severe cough, and .great dffitEliUf^ and compelled at times to gi,e d ^ I tried many medicines, b« foo...

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

BRADFORD P<>& uri, s. oooBBica*-"'* " eaaass ^ Twodollarsand fi«J «entsf*"^«i alVe of postage. Fifty cent. , witiiwtbeyesitiadtoWj vance,o>ri:/i)oi.LARW'»bcd™ „! Bobscnbersst |ftHty te-W" Umeby paying-**»«**(1&%V Advertisements, »ot W , serted for fifty cents; -T'jL,,!^ tion twenty-five cent?. * to'yearly advcitisers. t0 Twelve lin^^Jcn'K . J6b Prinung, "f ^'V^l expeditiously executed, «BBt ; ¦ '^--^551 fic^m'ust come free ofT<«ll,s ¦ tion. 'j—--^^ m

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

CLOCKS, & JEWELRY. T HE subscriber has recently returned from New York and has just received this day a splendid assortment of,goods in his line Among his assortment may be found Gold and SUverLevers, Horizontal, Lepine and common VV atcbes of the best quality and at reduced prices. Also, JBrass eight day and twenty four, hour Wood Clocks. | ^ . ;'., _ Among his assortment of Jewelry may ba found Gold & SiUerf Pencils, Breast Pins, Ear Kings,. Finger Ruiss, Wrist ClaspSLSleevo; Pros, Guard & Fob Chains, Gold & common' Keys, Pocket Knives, Specks and Goggles, Silver Thimbles, Steel Pens, Wallets, Tooth Cr ashes, Tobacco ao4*nuff Boxes, Accordion's, Percussion Caps,yii>lin Strings, Clarionet qejeds, Pencil Pou«B?Table & Tea Spoons alii ofwbieb wfll be sold low for Beady Pay. \' S <I . wmfrn .3^s?Aaaasia»; ¦ All kinds of Watches & Clocks repaired on "hort ndtico and done well. A&o, Engraving instyl(^.dallsndsee. r ...

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

tAILlRINfii GEORGE H. 5Jin*T«» TG, WO IJLD tespecuTully jnform the public that he continues at this old stand, on the west side of Main street, between Baftlclt's andK ingsbu'ry's stores, up stairs, wbeje he will he found' in readiness to do all kinds of work in bis line, in a style not to be surpassed by_ any other shop in tho country". - Prices to suit the times. He thanks his customers for. past favore; and lioues by strict attention to business and accommodating terms to merits continuance of public favor. Particular attention paid to cutting, and warranted to fit if property made. :. (£j* Most kinds of country produce taken in payment for work. » . Towanda, Nov. 14tb, 1843,

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

NEW BMCKSMITHING m^&m&iimS' m®<> ¦ ' THE SUBSCRIBER has taken the Blacksmithing Shop on tbe tvest sideof -Alain street, in the south part of the Borough,, where he is prepared to execute all orders in his line such as HORSESHOEING, CARRIAGE A COACH WORK pad EDQE TOOLS,—. Having learned his trade thorough!}-, and had considerable experience- in the business, he is able to say that his work will hear comparison" with that of any^taan in the country or rily. . He would refer to.G. H. Drake, for whom he has made tbe ironwork for carriages for the last two years. The patronage of the public is so* licitcd. ¦ - .¦ '"_..' N.B. Country Produce received inpayment' for work. HENRY ESENWINE, Towanda, May 3u, 1843. . .

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

D. Vanttercook—-latonet Maker. Corner of ^ ^^eds^owonda Pa. KEEPS constantly on *2*> •» ***** Furniture, made of the W-< ffatetwb and of Ihe latest fashion, which be Will sell' .on better terms for cash than can be bad at any other establishment m the world. Towavda, Oct. tOth, 1843. .

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

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Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 7 February 1844

J . AGENTS-,. JM The following Pat\efl frM receive subscripUon-wr ^ eKfct« andtoreceiptforpav^16 ¦ -C.H,Him*ie»»E,a""".V.--J J. R. Coonuvon,.* "¦ Col. W. E. B-ato*;--; ..;. . ¦ B.A»Ps»witC**?'-""<^ ' ¦ i.E.GoOBBICB ' ¦¦M B. CooisArcB, •_<¦ AnMso^'Kw!''ll^:'.,i.S-^ P.C.W^iP"- —•*"... m D. Joaxsps-..-^ ' ¦ A.M.Cifc ¦

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

, SADDLE, HARNESS -V^^^a fjHB^sas' ' |^H . sa^sn3j?£<3a3)Si^ ; ^mBr] T HE SUBSCRIBER^ respectfully inform , their old friends and tbe public generally that they are carrying on; the above.business in all its-yarious branches, in the north part of tbe building occupied by'B.Thomas, as a Hat shop, on Main street, nearly opposite Mercur's store, where they will be happy to accomodate old and new customers.,_ ¦ _- ^_ SADDLES, CARPETBAGS BRIDLES, ,VAL1CES, MARTINGALS,' .TRUNKS. -.», , HARNESS, • rl - - COLLARS, | WHffS &C , &C. , of the latest fashion and best materials will be made to order on moderate terms for ready pay., ''' Most, kinds of country produce will be take* in exchange for work. ARNOTJT&CTJLP. f Nov. 13,1643. / ^ *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 February 1844

Unruly Milting. Does your cow kick .' uot not uy m-16 a passion and pound her withAa handspike or trim her with a gad or a cowhide, or vent your spile by kiekinglier in turn. ,• You will only spill a great deal of vengeance uselcssly^eausing great wc.ar and tear of temper; make yourself fed very foolish when you get or.-r it, and s"-t ;i 1)2(1 example to your children, while yovvf cow, in sc,vanty cases out of seventy-one, will^ kirk aa( bad ks before,, or worse. If she is a heifer, yoii will infallibly teach her to kick; as iier kit-king, in the first instance was from pain, or some such cause, of which she would he cured by simply paving no attention to it./ A huifot'tsev7' er kicks from principle. It she 'is an o!J cowj your thrashing: Will generally be thrown away. Just kpep philosophical, and try other means. Make -a pen of just such size that the cow can comfortably-stand jn it, and no more. This you can do in the corner of your yard, bv settingdown three' posts, and boa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 14 February 1844

Aztec SaerifiecSi One'oftheir most important festivals was that in honor of tbegod Tezcatfippca.'whose rank was inferior. only to. that of the supreme Being.'. He was called " the fipul of the world," and supposed to have been its creator. - He was depicted as a handsome man,; endowed with perpetual y oath. A year before the intended sacrifice, a.captive, distinguished for his personal beauty, and without, a blemish on His body, was selected to represent the deity.-«- Certain tutprs, took charge of him, and instructed him ho(w to perform his new part with becoming grace and dig; nity. He was arrayed in 3 splendid dress, regaled, with.income and with a profusion of sweej scented .flowers, of which the Mexicans were as forid as their descendants at the present day.— When he went abroad, he was attended by a train of the royal pages, and, as he hailed in the streets to play some favorite melody,- th'e crowd prostrated themselves before him, and did him homage as the representativ...

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