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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

SSTSW ©©iiSi I£D 8 PUBLIC NOTICE is - hereby given that tbe Blacksmith1!? Coal will he sold for SI 38 PER TON. PAR MONEY, And §1 50 per ton, land produce—land produce taken in payment. N. B. The subscribers have a large quantity of superior good coal on hand, and a sufficient assortment of rake and Cjbarse coal. I. & S.BOLITHQ. Franklin, February 1844.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

AMMUAL REPORT Of tbe Receipts and Expenditures of Bradford County, for the year! 1843. Assessors, • §1012 26 Biidge Contracts, 1348 25 ConstabIes.altending court, making returns, and adv.for Tp. elections, 488 90 B. Buffington, late commissioner, , - 253 85 A. Martin,'crier of court, 69 00 Coroner's inquisitions, 54 42 Williston & Elwell, counsel fees, 25 00 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, !" " 2G30 36 Office books, 97 75 Monies refunded, 2 35 Wild cat certificate*, 15 00 J. N. Weston, Stiff, prisoner's support, 795 47 Sprinting, r , 362 25 Stationery, , 47 25 Public Buildings, '. 328 87 Township views, " - 5 00 Civil suits,, 58 44 Wolf certificates, .^35 00 D.Cash.latePiolhonotary.Clk Quarter Sessions and Oyer & Terminer, 295 95 A.Chubbuck, • •' • « '• 121 26 A.Chubbuck, for transcribing old appearance ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

ONE CENT REWARD. BUT NO CHARGES PAID! "Erfe AN away from the subscriber on the JtQ, night of the 23d January, a young man by the name of Robert Feirg'uson,.an apprentice to tbe Blacksmitbing businees. I hereby forbid all1 (ersons harboring or trusting him on my accom t, as I shall pay rio debts of bis contracting after this date. - ¦ , JrB.RlDGWAY. Wysox, Jon. 29, 1844.. . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

ONE CENT REWARD! TTJ> AN [away from the subscriber, on the 9th jf^, inst, obey -by tho name of James S. Scltermerhorn. bound- as an apprentice to the Blacksmitbing business. Said boy was about 15 years old;—had on when he Ieft,grajrpants, gray rounuabout coat and a cloth cap. I hereby forbid fill persons harboring or .trusting him on my account, as 1 shall pay, ho debts of his contacting after this date.: |. . ..;• ' .. il H.W.ROOT.; Springfield, Jan. 10. 1844J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

Pane! and Common Lnmber& Good Shingles^ WANTED in exchange for cash and goods jhy V : H;MIX'& SON. ¦grfeRQADCLOTHS, pa^simeres, Beavcr-$?& cl( tils and Suttinets for sale low by ••j I]'- '•., "' H.MIX&SON..-Z l.ESTRAf."' "¦ :.." CAME tftmv.ipnclosurctlielSthday'of No-^(n bBr last, 3 SMAL^iYEARLINGS; one a red heifer with white back and tail; one brown' heifer with white rinj£ on'tail; one; red steer will) whife on tail;.'the'fawner is requested W prove1 property; pay charges and take-them bwrv: | -', --¦ „ WILLIAM BRAUND; ' iDurclrDcc. 1S,1S43.V-J ,. ! '..---•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

HATS & CAPS, a good assortment for, sale by . J.F.MEANS & CO'. OTTON-YARN, Wieking & Batting oTi ' hand by MEANS & CO. :^wjaugs rsrXEZssso ¦ - • Ft exchange for Goods—Common, Panel & good Culling Boards*, and 28 inch Shingles. ' . MEANS & CO. iiw mw®wm, J&.T O. Mf. JJ^LSlSXETT'S.j., Oc/o6er23,1843. ' f ' v

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

MERINOS, Alpaccos. Mous. De Iiaines. Figured Orleans, Tcgans, Printed VclV vet, &c, beautiful patterns for. the Lhdies' for sale by H.MIX&SON. BOOTS & SHOES, a large assortment, at Nov. 8.- "., „^ALSBU5^?i, ; M1FLE POWDER, <jf 'difforc'n't qii.ilitirs , for sale by ¦ ¦ ^ P. C. HAiJ^ ra^EPHYR Worsted, Fringes. Silks LaCi-.-, J&4 Ribbons, I/adies' and Gent's Gloves, ol every kind—Shawls cf any gtze' ;and, pattern. Cravats, Winter Flower^ BnnnetR &c.: for sale Nov. l£tli. 1843. H. MIX & SONV I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

;-..-^-.-^ESTRAY..-..-,:... CAME to. the premises of :lho subseiiibcr'in^the borough, of Tovjfa'nda on or about the first doy of NovVmbelr,'last a'RED HEIFER, about one and a half years old with no. particular; marks/ 'Fbeo'wnerlis requested to call prove property pay charges and take her away: '. ... ;'. ' G, H. DRArfE. Towanda, Jany- 8th 1843. 1 , >" .'- A FEW cwtofgood old"Berkshire Cfiecse constantly on hand/by Nov. 16tb, 1843. E. S. .CLARJL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

-. " CAUTION.! 'toHTHEREAS my wife Louisa Mthfrs brft V^i mjrbed and board withuut ariy'just cause or provocation. I hereby forbid-any'onc harboring or trusting her.- on my account, for I shall pay no debts of her contracting after this date. _ . FLOYD B.H.'WES. Burlington, Jan. 19,1844.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

rL SHIONABLE TAILOR-on Main st.. over B. Thomas' Hat Shop, and.nearly opposite Mcreur's store. [Oct. 10.1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

SPECIAL COURT. THE Hon.WILLIAM JESSUP, Prcsidmt Judge of the 11th Judicial Distrirfof Pennsylvania, has ordered and appbintad a Special Court of Common Pleas to be held for theCounty of Bradford, at' Towanda, on Monday, theSStli day of Match next, at twooclock, PjM, for tho trial of all such causes as may then be pendinz m said court. ,'''-. AARON CHUBBUCK." Proth'y, Prothonotary's office Towanda, Dec 29 1843.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

JOEWGpODS ^BURTON KINGSBURY HAS JUST RECEIVED from New York City, a large and well selected assortment of FAI.L 4- WINTER GOODS which are offered for sale at his old stand. His stock consists in part of DRY GOODSi CUTLERY, GROCERIES, LEATHER, HARDWARE, BOOTS, SHOES CROCKERY, HATS & CAPS, &C. &C. &C. Which will be sold on the most reasonable terms for cash or country produce. Histoid customers and the public generally are requested to call and examine qualities and prices. Towcndg, Nov. lltb, 1843.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

THE LATEST NEWS! g)9 ®a a Sb £fo §&2>@3$@^ HAVE just received and are now opening, at the store lately occupied by- V. y._ Piollet, in Wysox, au extensive and well selected assortment of Fall 8? Ulster'Goods: consisting of almost every variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Qneensware, Hardware, Boots and Shoes, &c, &c, .which they olftr tothe public ,oii tho most favorable terms .for cash Or ready pay. Having purchased for ready pay at exceedingly low prices, and confidently believing that their terms and'priccs offer equal if not greater induccmentstn the purchaser than ¦can be found elsewhere,?they respectfully solicit the patronage of the community. Lumber and produce taken in payment, Wysox, Nov. 6, 1843. \

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Blarried,, [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

Blarried,, In Pike, on the evening of the 22d, by Rev. TVt, Rugcr, Samcel Buck ^5. Martha Makinson-, all of .Pike. ."• ; With the above notice,rwc received the printer's usual fee, and as in duty bound.we wish the newly,married couple atltbeiclicities which the state of matrimony is capable of producing. At Peru, 111., on the 25th January, Theuos D. Bbewsteu Esq., of the firm of Baldwin & Brewster, to Miss P. A. Ma3x, daugliler ofthe late~Asa Mann Esq.of Tioga,co"., Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

collector's accounts oi louniy Taxes. ™ .. f" ^faraes of IAmount!Amount ToWB8?'P3-r Collectors |Reeeiv'd| due Pike, S Gregory, 1837 §20 00 144'66 Rome JVought, 1838 81 95 Smithfield, CR Hamilton 1839 -. 30 68 Wells, A. Wartcndyke, "¦ 30 00 22 39 Burlington, C'Knapp. 1840 66 10 Canton, A Bothwell, " 28 36 Granville, Wm Ross, ! " 10 65 9 33 Smithfield, E King, '" 31 66 Towanda boro', A. Martin,"' 114 37 74 92 "' tp.,B Horton, " 211 72 Wells, W Smedley, : 1 " 72 92 Athens tp. S Ovenstu'ro, 184140 00 69 51 Columbia,* J W M'Clellam'," 5 50 „:18 70 Herrick, Robert Depew,^ " 4 12 133 00 Litchfield, T B Merrill,' ¦ _?. 19.86 Orwell, Harry L Parks, "? 37 10 1131 Pike, John Baldwin, : \ ¦ 39 64 Ridgberry, Anson. Webb, «V_ , . ' 3fr 65 South Creek, S Stiles,; " b 94 2182 ShjNhequin, E Hortifu '•« .162 50 Wyalusing, E Vaughn, jr." -79 3a 89 93 Wysox, David Owen. ; " 77 74 54 71 Athens bo," G O Wells, 1842 88 95 98 24 " tp. J Watkins, " 183 (is 889 06 Asylum, U Moody, " 24 59 *63 10 Albany, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

Total,, >8>268 95 •Those mark.rf thus (*) have been settled since lst;of January. Monies Sceeivcd by Treasurer in 184?. , On Duplicates, J • $8268 05 Judgments and [Treasurer's deeds, 775 01 Commissioner's orders, 5146 00 Interest on judgments, 169 92 Money in Trieasury, Jan. 1, 1843, , S5 84 Due C. Stockw :11, Treas. Jan..1,1844,232 32 Total', - ^ ¦ §14,628 14 . : \ ft. ¦ :—d=^- ^ ! Monies Returned. By co'. orders returned, including credit ordersj t §14,341 32 By Treasurer's commission, ' 286 82 $14,628 14 ^ i ' ¦ . County Orders. Outstanding'orders, Jan. 1,1843, $3,792 ^ 5? Orders issued in 1.843, including credit orders. 13,200 26 Ciders issued :o Treasurer, 5,146 00 ¦ ; ' g22,138 78 , 5^ Orders returned in 1843, $14,341 32 • "i 1 Outstanding Jan. 1,1844, §7,797 46 BRAJDFORBj COUNTY, SS. Wej the Cnmmissioners of said county, do hereby cerjify the foregoing to he a true statement of (the receipts and expenditures of said county for the year 1843. I E. ASPENWALL, T...

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The Wfliy-ofr Iftc World. [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

The Wfliy-ofr Iftc World. : The follovring'anecdotefrom Noah's Weekly Messenger, beautifully illustrates -the principle of charity, and admonishes us that it is often for onr interest to "feed • the hungry, and clothe the naked." :;The Would.—"Sir, bring; me a good, plain dinner," said a melancholy looking individual to a waiter at one of tdax principal hotels. {«Yes, sir." ! , ¦ ¦ The dinner was brought and deronred, and the eater called the landlord'aside and thus addressed him— it "You are the landlord t" "Yes,1" " Yesj" (in astonishment.) "You make, probably, ten dollars a day clear?" "Yes." "Then I am. safe. I cannot pay for what I have.consumed; I have been out of employment seven jmcmths; butMave engaged to go to work to morrow, I had beenVithoul food fonr-and-twenty hours when I lenlered your place. I will pay you in a week." "v ' " I cannot pay my bills with such promises, blustered the landlord^iand I do .not keep a poor house, j Yon slwuljl address .the proper aut...

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The Stutterer. [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

The Stutterer. During the Revolutionary war, when drafts were made, from the militia to recruit-the continental army, a certain captain gave liberty to the men who were drafted frbmliis company, to make their objections if they had any, against going into the service. Accordingly, one of them, who had an impediment in his speech came forward and made his bow. " What are yonr> objections ?" said the captain. "*• I ca-ca-cant go," answers the man, " because I st-st-stiitter."—"Stutter!" says the captain. «*You don't go there to talk, but to fight. "¦*—"Aye but they'll p-p-put me on guard, and a man may go ha-ha-half a mile before lean say wh-wh-who goes4here?". u*aOh, that-is no objection, for they will placel some sentry with you; he can challenge,^ and yon can fire." " Well, but I may be taken, and run through, before lean cry qu-qu-quarters." This last plea prevailed, and the captain laughing heartily, dismissed him. :

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Enjoyment. [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

Enjoyment. When I walk the streets, I use the following natural malum, viz:—that he is the true possessor of a thing who enjoys it, and not he that owns- it without the enjoyment of it To convince myself that I have a property in the gay part of all the gilt chariots that I meet, which I regard as. amusements designed to delight ray eyes, and the imagination of those kind people who sit in them attired! only to please me, I have a real, and they only an imaginary pleasure from their exterior embellishments. Upon the same principle, I hW- discovered that I am the proprietor of alt the necklaces, the' crosses, stars, brooches, and embroidered cloth, which at a play or a birth night "giving more natural delight to the spectator than to those that wear them. And I look on the beaux and isdies as so many paraquets in an aviary, tulips in a a garden, designed purely Tor rny diversion. .!'.'' FEBRtjiEY.—" Well, Pat! can you tell us why Eebraary Hapless days in it than any other mon...

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To tlie BemoeW of Pemi'a [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

To tlie BemoeW of Pemi'a Fellow-Citizens.—In accordance with the trust delegated to us by an immense meeting of ¦ Democratic citU zens, convened at Harrisburg, on Wednesday, evening, January I7th» 1844, we proceed to address1 you on the important subject of selecting candidates for. the next Presidency and ./Vice Presidency of the United States. ¦The republican freeman of Pennsylvania have uniformly manifested in all their political actions an honest devotion to the integrity of our free institutions, and a'willingness to sacrifice all selfish considerations',-in order to secure the ascendency of Democratic principles. This generous and disinterested' devotion to tbe cause, rather than men, has shone conspicuous in every page'of their past history, and is now destined to receive additional lustre. In the early stages of the discussion in reference to the- Presidential nomination in 1844, the Democratic citizens of this Slate, both' bv their representatives convened at Harrisbu...

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