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

Ttoe-lfoDiee Shop Revived!! "j^fb W on the south aide of the public square, J^| in the budding adjoining tho'Claremont tavern bouse, owned by N. guttle, where the subscriber does not hesitate to Bay that he has inst received from the State of New York, the BEST article of STOVES ever brought into Towanda, euch as L ; Crossee'spt.im. CookingStotes ,elaiatedoven An assortment of Parbr. " ... Dining Room Cooking, " ."','"!' Cylinder Coal, •' > ~', " I [Shapes. A quantity qj'Six Plates, ofdifferent sizesand Which are now for sale-as low as any other establishment in Towanda, orelsewhere, forready, pay. Wheat and oats received in_j>art pay for .the above named stoves, and in addition to tho above bill, customers will always- find Stove Pipe and Elbows, of all sizes oh band, with an Assortment of Copper, Tin and'Sheet Iron • ¦• ^jWAREy -..' wholesale and retail. Eave-trough conductors, sheet iron drams, with all other kind of jobtyork, made'and fitted up on short notice, a...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Female Beauty. [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

Female Beauty. To sunr up the whole, the charms that are really indispensable to being beloved, and may be! possessed-by every one who is riot personally, or mentally, or morally deformed. Let us enumerate them. 1. An eye, whether black, blue, or grey, that has the spirit of kindness in its expression." ! 2. A mouth that is able tp say a good deal, and that sincerely. Its teeth kept clean as possible* must be very good natured to servants, and friends that come unexpectedly to dinner. 3. A figure that shall preserve itself, not by neglecting any of its duties, but byjgood exercise, add a dislike of gross livjng. '¦ - - '!'•'!- 4. The art of being happy at home and making that home the abode of peace. Whpe can jpeace dwell if there bejno piety J These qualities will sway the soul of men when the shallower perfections enumerated in this article would cease to charm. A, good heart is the. best beautifier. . Steel and Brass, —ill is well known that the late lamented Robert Hall ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

aSanftftSL . tbe proprietor would SH^ » niMy worthies. , ^juS* *«!j2 ¦ Wave been lCffi« P««se, that even th« SS !?¦'**« the Health Besto»aUve hL, ¦ I«w2j Uance .upon the TOpe„we *«¦*¦& ft founded upon „S'f *«*of K, *gj Wfieial«,e S^^ incases of Co0gbS) cSfi P°?**2 raunngof blood, pabin^i*" «£ purifying the blood.erSSt^H Bkrn andalUthy^'fepS^ want of tone in trfe rtomach"T>e S not only pleasant to'thatarte h.*% unusual attention'to die. nori,*^ pr to be apprehended froia «1 'e,tli from attending to usual avocail^ ureao ^ nerous cerUficates in teainoTj-'S »ary efficacy, thftfollowb g^^ Metier from Sami„l \-~, Mr.C.Brinckerhoff^ L^ flicted withadiseaseoftheC'^ ^ a severe cough and Btw'dafcffiS!** and compelled at times, us give 2 ^ I tried many medicine^ bnt f0„„?JH relief, until bmOng J}^^^ I procured two bottles of gabinR,, f"11 * rose, Susquehanna eoumy, and t}? % tion in saying that I have-not --1 * health in aomeyejars, on(] I tiy^I^ God, it has, been the mean...

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BRADFoMToB inm [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

BRADFoMToB inm BT r. S. OOODEICH 15D 80S. _^B ¦ aassas s - Two dollars and fitty cents peranmiin,oJ sive of postage. Fifty cents dedticttd 11« within the year ; and for cash actually » . vance, 0xx.D01.txR will be deduten- _ ¦ Subscribers at liberty to disccntii«e '. ¦ ¦ time^by paying arrearages. ¦ Advertisements, liot exceeding»^u ' serted for:fifty cents; even' fubff. quen !,lsH tion twenty-five cents. A lib'eraldiscoum*™ to yearly advertisers. H T welio lines or less make a square. b Job Pknung, of every i^V^FTM expeditiously executed, on new ana i»» ¦¦ ^ C?Letters on business^retHniBg »* fice, must come free of postage, to en- ¦¦ tion. U

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

TAILORING! GEORGE H.BIISTIIVG, WOULD respectfully inform the public that he continues at bis old stand, on the west side of Main street, between Barllett's aridK ingsbury's stores, up stairs, where he will be found in - readiness to do aft kinds of work in his fine, in'a stylo riot to be surpassed by any other shop in the country. Prices to suit the times/ He thanks his customers for past favors; arid hopes by strict attention to business - and accommodating terms to merit a continuance of public favor. Particular attention paid to cutting, and warranted to[fit if properly made. (Tj* Most kinds jof country produce taken in payment for work.' Towarida, Nov. '14th, 1843,;

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

A FARM FOR SALE. THE subscriber offers for sale his farm in Durell township, foar and a half miles from.Towanda, containing 135 acres, about 100 improved, and in a good state of cultivaUon, fo,^^ l,Ve ,Tf ntbnild | ns8- Tbo-locaUonofsaid a.T~ wl U,kn ?^' fe,n 8on *•w«t side of the nver, belowJTowaada, and in tliir view from yyyMs and, StandingStone harrorfB^Theiubeenber wishiDg to leave the state will taka twoforone^alfthoporchasemoney.. Any person wishing to buy a property of that kind hribe * «cx call on the subscriber abon on the pS », „ . ?AMOEL KBLtUM, mF Durelf, J.«n,r» 8,1844. ,",UM'<* ^

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

NEW BLAQKSMITHING^ WSS^£^SUS!^W3SSS^So THE SUBSCRIBER has taken the Blacksmithing Shop on the: west side of Main street, in the south part ofthe Borough, where tie is prepared to execute all orders in his lino such as HORSESHOEING, CARRIAGE * COACH WORKTani EDGE TOOLS.— Having learned bis trade thoroughly, -and had considerable experience in the business, he is »ble 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'he bas made the ironwork for carriages for the last two years. The patronage of the' public is so icited. ,. .!«*. N. B. Country Produce received in payment " or work. HENRY E8EN WINE. Towanda, May SO, 1843. ¦'¦

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

• ~7 > ¦> • Chairs and Bedsteads, v yja^jjs^, THE r subscriber^ still" fir .^3continue to .manufactuie uhgrndll end keep on hand at their jjjr^ij °W stand, all kinds of gsjgjikfljfiL^Mr Cane >-an'd Wood' Seat ^^^^^^^ ^' Chair*. Also, Settees of 1 iflw TaricjUs kinds, and Bedm ' IB %LJvl stead? of every description C&^a ^^\ whicl|jwe wjll sell low for &!"' "" casht^f Country Produce. TURNING done to order. i T MKINS & MAKINSON. ' Towanda. November 10th. 1843.

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

SADDLE, HARNESS & §^-~<^ ^3Bisrss'is ¦ JwH |s2^.sriR?aoaa>sis» ^IP' ffHHE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform _0_ their old friends and the public generally that they are carrying on the above business in all its various branches, in the north part of the 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,-IViARTINGALS, * TRUNKS, HARNESS, COLLARS, WHIPS &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 taken in exchange for work. ? ARNOUT'& GULP. Nov. 13, 1843. ' I s .

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

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AGENTS. ,.,, [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 28 February 1844

AGENTS. ,.,, The following gentlemen are J? m receive subscriptions fqr tne a f . H and to receipt for payments tbereior. ^ .^ C. H. Hk'rbick, Esa.. • • t ' .' j&i& J. R. CootBACOB,,.."*. Sfflitf/'IH Col. W. E. BXBTOS,.,.-", ..,.¦ "'B E. AsPESWAtt,. .'• • • • «¦•;••••"'" .','...? J. E.GoonnicD v"''"[,.CC^B B. Coot,tut>oB,..'"« ' .' .Budin?r& Annisox M'Ksas ' vhmdmg ^B P.O. Winn,.v T..-:"£B D. Johssos... ...•¦"^B A.M. Coif

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

I). Vandercook^-Sbinet Maler. ^^^t^^^h^i k^ ' '^BBBM ' * ¦ Corner of Main 4- State streets, Towanda Pa. KEEPS consuntly^orkhand,all kinds of Furniture, made of the best materials and of the latest fashion, whicbMw will sell on better tttms for cash than can bVbad at any other establishment in the world. f \ '' Towanda, Oct- 10th, 1843. ' \^.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

Th! Pilgrim's-Legacy.. fanledbg'tht Soared Munedl Soiiety f- York at '^c'Me °fa ^ ty*UTt °* ^^nadc'dilirfrtdby thcjlev. Geo: .J Flower on Jfew England's coast, has I ^'d her tattered sail, - <_„,h ber chaf'd'and moaning: shrouds prober's breezes wail,! ,1,)! icy deck, behold! a meekb' ot dauntlnitanA) ^ ^ 1 feihe right tV worship I God, havp left iarnative land; , • ;fa to this dreary wilderness, ihis glorious wn they bring, farch without a bishap^-a state without a ,. « - « Jaririg men—'00-06 gentle wives—say ^etefcre do they come 1 • v rend they all the tender ties of kindred and of home 1 - ' .' '. . kHecren assigns their noblest work, man's 'jjgiritw unbind; ¦ , ¦ T come not for themselves' alone—they crime for all mankind; i to tie empire of the West, this glorious boon^bey bring, J.T ¦' '' ¦hrch without a bishop—ra state without libs?." . ¦ ' • >- '" . "fimce and Prelate, hope no more to bend 1 L ¦ ' ice u> your sway, .. . la's 5re inflames, thei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

I The Dying Soldier. fwtof a warrior passed away $ Tint sooa shall lack a name! &S3I1 flushed with pride bat yesterday, M dreams of future fame! bi of thy garmtnls, who shall gnets h rank, thy lineage, or race 1 j ^iaiszhty chieftain holding sway, Ot Wier, destined to obey! iia light of thy fix'd eye is^et, , . • Anithoa art dying now, -' v BatPasaau's traces linger yet fialbvaupon thy brow; j ; IK^reaais not.y.et wax'J weak", | T»;&«4lips; yet seem to speak,'' rAaJciotied aQ(i wij thy Buflen'd hand, S»&i.y bears the battle brand. - Wfem (hat head, late towering high, Tie saving plume is torn, W bw in I'us't thou soon shall Ke, KshoaorM and forlorn! ' ' • feDeath'sdirfc shadow cannot hide > ^ graven characters bf pride, ^b the lip and broSv reveal, i * ¦ J* impress of-the spirit's seal. ! •"a Ihere a mother to deplore He son she ne'er shall see 1 'allien, on some, distant shore, T» break ber heart for thee 1 '''"ace to roam a maniac there, 'i&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

'¦ Epigram, ! k._. . ' -•¦ ' . <TLsr «P°use could not bestow ^ 'wr of sorrow when he died; ^ nid made bo many flow, ' -11'Vbtiny fount was dried

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

Letter from Mr.rVan Bnren Harrisbur6, Jan. 20, 1844. Hon. Martin Van Biiren: ¦'' ¦ Dear Siri—With this letter you will receive a copy of the proceedings of a State Democratic Mass meeting, held at the seat of Governnjent of Pennsylvania, on the 17lh inst., which we have the Honor to forward incompliance ^ with a resolution adopted at lite tueetinr/. [The Democracy of Pennsylvania, in common with the,ir brethren of,the other Slates, are anxious to wipe away (he stain.which rests upon our country in consequence of the result of the election in 1840. It will be a glorious reversal of that decision to re-iristate you in the position which you filled with such distinguished honor to yourself, and advantage to the country ; and a return to those republican principles which characterized your administration, and that of your predecessor, will give assurance to the/riends of liberty, jhat our republican institutions are destined to bo perpetuated. We ought never to despair of the re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

M. VAN BUREN. Hon. James Ut. Snowden—Pres'l., and others, officers of the meeting.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

Tlie Wonders of Mesmerism. . J he editor of the Bangor Courier gives an account of a surgical operation in that city, which he witnessed on Saturday week-—the patient having been previously thrown into the magnetic sleep by Dr.. Dearer jThe. operation was the painful one of amputating ¦ a'/eg-, and was. performed by Dr. Hosea Rich, assisted by several other gentlemen, upon Luther Carey, whose leg, from infancy had been deformed, and had caused him much pain and inconvenience. The editor of the Courier says:—" During the operation the' patient complained of a sensation in the bottom of his foot, as though, some one was pricking it; and at one time, for a brief period, appeared; to he rousing, from the magnetic state, add half conscious, by suspicion pt least, that the operation had commenced i and at this time there was 'quite a struggle and much muscular action, but he was thrown fmoro fully into the magnetic state, and* was then quite unconscious of what was going on; enterin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

The Family. If there are any joys on earth which harmonize with those of Heaven, they are the joys of,the Christian family.— When the snow' flakes fall fast in the wintry evening, and the moaning winds struggle at the windows, what is so de-j lighlful as to see the happy little ones! sporting around the blazing fire. Look at that little creature in her night-dress, frolicking and laughing* as though she, had never knowp or never would know a care. NoW she climbs the chair—new she rolls Upon the carpet—and now she pursues her older sister around the room, while her little heart is overflowingly full; of happiness. Who does not covet the pleasurable emotions with which the parents look upon this lovely scene ? ' But with these joys iare associated responsibilities. All the inmates . of thisifamily are immortal.., This home of their childhood must be either the nursery of heaven or the broad gate' of destruction. The- infant prattlers are acquiring habits and feelings,! which are...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

1 A laughable Story. ! The Count Hohenlothe oh his death bed, gave a musqueteer his. letter case, to deliver to a banker whom the infatuation of pleasure had , prevented him from seeing. | He made no use of his bills of credit, as death bail not given1 him time to spend the ready money lie had brought! with him. The poor young man having given his last sigh, the: musqueteer made the necessary preparations {for his funeral. While things were in this situation .there arrived two English noblemen at thesame house. . "They were placed in a chamber adjoining that in which the.dead body was laid out, and out of which it had been removed. They could only allow one bed Tor them both," all the others beingjengaged; but as the weather was cold, and they were friends, tney made ; no difficulty in lying together. " ~~' In. the middle, of the night, one of the two not being able to sleep, and growing weary of his bed, arose in order to amuse himself in the kitchen where lie heard some! p...

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