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

Politics in Oreeon. Under the above striking caption we find the following paragraph in an exchange; paper. The truth of it will not be doubted by any one acquainted with the enthusiastic Gilpin. It is a prettything in politics-^equally gratifying to both t parties—partaking, as it does, more of the romance of patriotism than of the prejudices of«party.—Missoto nam . ¦ i " In one of the Prairie Sketches of the .Picayune, we find related an incident'of a political character, which occurredat Rock Independence. On the remarkable rock, says the writer, in-, the course of the afternoon, we.painted the name of Henry Clay in large letters. Our|paint was a boiled mixture of powder, buffalo grease andglue, which resiststhe action of the rain and wind with great tenacity. This was on the' 22d of July, and when we returned to the same place in September, we found the name of Martin Van Buren in letters three times as large, placed over our inscription "hy Wm. Gilpin."' some two' or th...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

A Sew Hand at the Bellows The Bradford Argus occupies a truly fortunate position as far as regards the facilities for the production of its edito-%' ¦ ¦ > i - rials. | Any Whig, whose imagination has become so fraught with ideas for the speedy and complete adjustment of all the 'complicated machinery of gpvernment.that there'is dangcr.in a longer suppression, may find a mental safety valve in its columns. Indeed, the ebullitions of the genius aha talent and' knowledge of any anonymous scribbler are thankfully received; and conspicuously inserted, provided they abound with denunciations of democratic principles, and aire pretty plentifully interspersed with such . .hackneyed terms as- " Albany Regency," " Loco foco," &c, which5 are all potent in an argument, and against the logicof which there is no contending. The editor wjiom we have in handi now, was pnc«; familiar with the busK ness, and it appears that he has, after a lapse of years-beerrselzed with coco*-...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

The Latest Humbug The latest " mare's nest" which the Whigs have discovered is in the shapa of a circular, which is paraded in3 * the cblnmns of (he Argus with a most imposing display of capitals and small capitals, italic and bold face1 . It appears that through a similarity of names, a circular letter of a committee appointed by the democratic raembera'ofthe Legislature, was obtained by a whig, and straightway transferred to the columns ofthe Bradford Argus. The letter contains an appeal to. the democracy to organize, and endeavor to carry fhe state in favor of democratic principles, with an infunc'tion to keep their own counsel, as a matter of course. Important from Europe.—The news by the arrival of the Hibernia is of considerable . importance. * The Stale Trials had gone through seventeen days, each day being a perfect farce. • There is, said to be a flaw in the indictment, and that if convicted and brought up for judgment, the traversers will be discharged on the legal...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

Hew* trpmaU pnilona Viscount Napoleon Bertrand has arrived in Baltimore, 'froah the eastward^ ami taken apartments at Barnaul's City Hotel. ^):Q' :;1 ^ 'l.^-^':i; i "rnVdigging.a cellar. :for a house ja't Green'Bay, Wtsconsin.'fecendy, where tfie-first Catholic 6hur|n was erected by the French missionaries, a silver plate was found, with ait inscription in French, dated 1681. f The grand jury offLorain county Ohio-have found sixteei? bills of indict-: ments against Hi C. Taylor, late editor of the Obeirlih Evangelist, to most of; which, if not all, it is|inderstood, he will plead guilty. I•-";'-. Miss Trimble, a vquug lady about 23 years of age, left her! house at Buffalo, and has not been heard of since. Miss Gleasbn, a magnetizer down east professes" to tell by looking'at a lock of haij.lhe character of the disease affecting its original owner, and prescribes with unerring certainty the proper remedies. :" J * Two young women yrere baptised in the Mormon faith in Salem, Ma...

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

^mm^^ .February 82, ^'?£"*,* ffsr^.*-^:^ both. Houses.assembled m2 , ""hHb W^tngton; Af^ ^^ of ^ Houses adjourned g *• «S : Febro«y23,No5a8inett . - tare was transacted in euherW^ ftU ^b"a ^ «aoont,J2^ disposed of, '^laift, February'24. 1^^ gfrom tho select ¦ ***&,£*** «d so much of,he Govemo,^ ~T^ btestothe ttrias.^^/**^, byMrHugbe,^^;^.? reportedj.e Ieaolotioa -^^ compawed by a lengtW „JT - ^ Question. Tbereport-^ ^^i and condemns alike a ^.teoof f ^ aproUbiliog tariff Itisas^^i policy.of tfie general gl>wnim "^l ¦ niae tariff, mth the principle of fc ** in favor of domestic produW^11 reasonable and sufficient pibUctij ^ terests of Pennsylvania, n. *'**' J auui. idecoBPRi, wasja concession of pabHc op^ ^ an abandonment of the priaSpU J^ 1828, in regard, to which .^bjJT* has taken place. The &«***&$,* red to and its principle appnSTeJ ^' " is taken that the rniniraum redM1/oa JJ nB; under ihe compromise act «0uld h„ insarEcenfas a revenue meas...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

1H1 PBRTEH Wednesday, March 6, 1844. jor Prestdeat is 18M,-MARTIS YlN BUREN, OP NBW VOBK. For fiec Presidenf, I COL. RICHARD M. JOMSON, 7 OF KJENTUCKY. I (Subject to decision of a National Convention.]

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 6 March 1844

£$" As tho Senior Editor most necessarily be absent for several Weeks, the entire charge and control of the office will devolve upon his son, E. O.'GooDBtcn, who is equally interested in the publication, and to wboin all payments, communications, <Scc, can be made. .;,

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

^ Geology.--* 13. rffritta»!fi»«&tBri,dford^-L , ^jppLIED.TO _AGBICBlTrBE.v f fotaalion and composition of ^rhat the difference in soils in ^aatibn to agriculture, depends * afferent qualities, is acknowl-^ everyfarmer- l prop°?ein ' irtoshow, that all.our soils are, 'Siiaof pre-existing rocks; that * " ,s Qualities dependent onthe . 'P°:.-on of those rocks; and that """Jle'iK of the composition Of " Uential to the agriculturalist. JJrthe emanations given in pre-Uavs. H will be unnecessary -"' taie aga'" the manner in which: '"¦ fence; of ancient causes has. dis-¦;T»nd distribute*- the- soils ofthe P .ft j--propose, to show some of 8 by which' milder means are 'forming th"e bases of our soils.— 1 tHese means the atmosphere that feathe is not the feast important. imperceptible influence the hard'^s become corroded and rough, ^ constantly yielding a portion of ,wi3ce.to the surrounding soil.— '" ^ rusting of iron, the process is 8 fcui=ure." It is this-cause that-Relie...

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

Married, | In Nichols, N. Y., on the 29th ult; liy the Rev. S.=j;: Gibson, Lehuil S. Kihgsbebt of Sheshequin, to Miss Sarau Osacns of the fbr-3 mer place. '• . . • , 1 Part and parcel of the above notice was a portion of the good things attendant upon a < •wedding feast; for which we tender to the couple TwhOihave thus ventured -"• ' t "On matrimony's fickle sea" our grateful thanks and wish them happiness andjprosperity in their new state, and that " Upon thy neck light hang the chain, „ , For Hymen now bath bound ye, ', O'er thee and thine may pleasure rci^ni' And smiling friends surround ye." In this Thorough, on the evening of the 3d. inst., (. liy thi samerNi-jHAS B. HAnnisos of Albany, to Miss ElIe^G. Ives of Monroeton. ' -". ^ —

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

; / NOTICE^\ IS HEREBX GIVEN that the Allowing classification of Retailers of Foreign Gopcteand Merchandize has been1 made by the subscribers, arid that the Associate lodges and the Commissioners of Bradford-county will meet at the Commissioners office in the Borough of Towanda, on Tuesday the 26tb day of March next, to hear those who may feel themselves aggrieved, and are desirous of appealing from the classification herein made;' tp wit: Class. Ain't. ATHENS BORO. L. S. Ellsworth & Co., ,18 12 50 Welles &iSatterlee, 12 12 50 Henry Kingsbery, . 13 10 00 G. A. Perkins, :' 13 10 0.0 Chester Park, 13 (jlO 60 N.C. Harris, 13 10 00 W. H. Wilson, 13 10 00 C. Paine, J 14 7 00 ATHENS TP. John Walking 13 10 00 ASYLUM, Elmar Horton. 13 10 00 John Horton Jr.. - " " ' BURLINGTON, A. &'S. H. Morley, 13 10. 00 • Gee & Coryell, ? ' " Isaac Ford, - .. DURELL, U. Moody &Co., -13 10 00 MONROE, J. J. & C. Warford, 12 H? 50 Hinman & Wilcox, ; 1...

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

Tfar^e^ Dollars Reward. ErpAKEN from ray little girl on the Towan-(iL, da bridge, the afternoon of Monday the 26th inst.. a Copper Colored Whiffet dog about eight months old, rather long hair, and answers to the the name ¦ of "Penny "very lively arid playful, by a man that met the Ultlo girl, of a rather rough appearance, with two horses before a wagon,! one white, the box partly filled with straw, and went towards Monroe. The above reward wUl be given-for the dog and man, or sufficient informotion ^A r | ^, |^ar*' Towanda. Fehrnarv'28tb, 1844.

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

A CALL FB03I TDB YANKEE SHOP.; : Upon all whom it may interest:j , HTJIHE subscriber fa--very .much, m want of riJf monev and does not fee} disposed to have .fiiatown property sacrificed 'to feccommodato those who are indebted to him, that have m. Enable time to pay* consequently if they will call and settla".-their-, acts, however small they may bejthey will oblige him ycry much, and save cost withot respect to person^ . D. \j. HAIili. Tawa'n-la. Mt-iV i'-u' JSif: <. ¦ -..-'¦¦

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

'¦.i To DelinqucDt CollectOTS. jrTHlAKE PABTICULA'R NOTICE that ¦ . j| .unless yott settle your duplicates by die twenty fifth day of March insf., I bball|cer|ainly try the experin?fent of. cuforcftig coUcctioiiAi The.situafibn of the Treasury requires it, and tmust.and wilHry to do rriy duty: .¦'' • ¦>¦¦' , ,-¦ I,. PIERCE, TrcaMirrr; ,', Tow.-'o-March l*=t IW4.'. /

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

UNSEATOD LANfiS. PUBLICNOTICE is hereby given, that, in pursuance of the provisions of the act of general assembly df the commonwealth ot i Pennsylvania, passed the 13th day of March, ; 1816, entitled "An act directing the mode of \ selling Unseated Lands, and for other purposes," the following tracts of Unseated Lands, situated in the county pf Bradford will be exposed tOLpublic sale in the borough of Towanda, on Monday; the 10th day of JUNE neit; for arrearages of County, State, Road & School Taxes, pow due unpaid, and annexed to the several tracts, and all costs necessarily accruing by reason of such delinquency" to the payment, to wit: ..." ¦" -.-.-"" FRANKLIN. ^ §! > ^. -- - « .Agrregate, school • . 3 ? Warrantees, state, county and Z 2, s Pi ' - road tax. 343J ptBetz Joseph, i $17 87 343| pt Be'tz John -»'— 17 88 343| pt B«tz James 17 87 400 By son Henry , .20 80 375 pt-Cooley Samuel 19 50 '¦ • 343J pt Edge Peter '17 85 i 400 ! Edge Samuel 20 80 1 343$ pt Fitz...

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

, AS§i§©SS2HSJ!S,o ¦ "l^TOTICE is he reby given to the members JJ^ of the Bradford County Mntual Insurance Company, that their Board of Directors have this day made an assessment of 7} per cent, on the premium notos, which is to be paid company by tho 15th day_of April next. SIDNEY S. BAILEY, Secre'tary. Insurance Office, > Towanda, February 14, 1844.5:

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

NOTICE, j ALL thoseiindebtcd to the subscribers who expect to pay in Grain, must deliver it by the first of MARCH next, otherwise, we shall expect the Cash by the first of April. Those neglect this call, will find their notes and accounts in the- hands of an attorney, who will collect them in tho shortest time possible. - J.F.MEANS & CO. ,,' Towanda, Feb. 20,1844.

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

Administrator's police. ALL PERSONS indebted to the estate ol Albert A. Beckwitu late of Elmirain the county of Chemung and state of New York deceased, arc notified to make payment and all persons having demands ugainst-said estate are notified to present them'duly attested for settlement . ,- j This notice is intended for all persons in this Commonwealth having unsettled business with said deceased at tho time of bis death cither in his individu.il capacity or as connected in partnership with any other person or persons including the unsettled mercantile and other business done in Ridgbury township by Bcckwith, Satterlee & Strong, and by Beckwith &, Sattcrlc$, and business done by Hector W. Strong in which he had an interest. JOHN L. WEjBB Administrator. Smithfield, Bradford Co^Pa., Feb; 6, 1844.

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

Watch and Clock Repairing. VF. A. CllAMEZERL.Ijr, _^ ¦ RESPECTFULLY In: flfZS& forms his friends and the jL' cSl, ^^ public that he still continifp^^^^fjj u?8 l0 col?onl ^ea^0T0 ffiPV. *KR^ business at bis old stand, /a.\V I "iliffiK onedoor south of Thomas J^^V^-9i-'1-^^S E"'olt's store, and nearly WJIL^§l&&$S&0 opposite the Hay Scales. Watch and Clock Repairing, will be done on short notice,, and warranted to be well done. From a long experience in the businqss, he believes that he will be. able to render perfect.satisfactibn ,tp all who may favor him with their patronage. N.B. Watches warranted to run well one year, or the money refunded; and a written agreement to that effect given to all that desire one. ¦ , * CLOCKS.—A large assortment just received and for sale very low for cash. Towanda, January 29, 1844i

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

DISSOLUTION. "T^TOTICE is hereby given, that the firm of J>K HATHAWAY & WILCOX, is this, day dissolved by mutual consent. All monies due the firm must be. paid to S. Hatuawat, by whomall demands against the firm will be settled. 8. HATHAWAY, j J.WILCOX. Towanda, February 22d, 1844.

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

BOOT & SHOE MAKING. On my own nooKs again!! / . msJ^.^^-\'-' CJTEPHEN, HATHAWAY informs the 1^ puBlic generally that he is still prepared to manufacture, of tho best material, and in the mofi substantial and elegant manner, all descripiions.of Boots and Shoe's. ' Morocco. Calf and Coarse Boots and Shoes; Ladies' shoes and gaiters; youth's do. - All work made by. Die will be. warranted to be wellinadc. Call and try, .'...-• Country Produce taken in p^iyriient for work. Towanda. February 27lb, 1844.' -

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