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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

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Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

Cornmonwcallu of PcnMYlvgnia. ] ¦;, BradfordCoimtyKg. i.-.-triv ';- , IxrfOHN p WESTON* High; S^erhf]rir; s||p. Bradford County^ beirrg duly awojti, fe ^poseth,aridBaith,Uiaton Friday the i6thday orFebroart ixiskatpne o'clock j?.?dH igreeably tothe warrantor theGovemot, for ihatphr-3^8eto,hjutfdirectrf,Eeexr^ntei:jra^^^ wiivietea-of; tho^rne 4»»' in'firatf; by naiiging 1 hijn *ry the tie«iki'Withi-j the yird of Ihe jsiiof aaidcoanty m^ha-waiaifcorf;.!> Ir.'-i'mv' '¦• .V^'-.ii'-f.*-1 -:'5'-. ¦"-'.' : -JiN.WESTONj'fft S«^«4ljpi^«Cfribei}, thj«; JB3d:pf.. FpbroMyr. ;-1844i;bel^.the,,..,.'.. ,.-n f:. ¦ •. ., .,.-., ¦• '_ - .,'1' AtGeobwis,Associate Jodgei "

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

^/iK,^4ESTR^;^-^''.:j- ' CXME wtoy'enciosure'the 18th day of No*! vemWr last, a'SMALLiYEARLINGSi one a red heifer with white back and tail: one brown heife'r with white ring on tail; One red isteer with White on tail; the owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and take them away. r f WILLIAM BRATIND. | ;''Dore_jI,1)|ec:i8;-1843^!- !\; ¦ ¦[ '•}'-¦" '^' j ,/

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

ONE [CENT REWARD. BUT NO CHARGES 1>AID! "BTfc.AN ittway from the subscriber on tho Ba, night of the SSd ^ January, a young man. by thensmc of 'Rebert Ferguson, an apprentice to the Blacksmithin'g busihees. i-1 hereby forbid all persons harboring or'trusting him on my account, aslshallpay rip debu of his contracting, after this date. , ; ,. . , -',..; , [ ., : :; j^RiDGWAt. vWysoir,Jhan.29,!i844. [' i;';;;':'' '

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

' 1 ' ' ¦ i New Books and Stationary! ; • ®ww&msm<>..; THE subscriber has just received a very extensive assortment of School and Miscellaneous BOOKS ^History, Travels, Voyages, Biography, etc, which are offered for sale low for cash. The stock embraces id part:— A tour in the East Holy Land, &c.,by E. Joy Morris, 2 vol.; Thomas' Reminiscences and Sketches, 2 jvol; the works of Josephus, Bollin, Byron. Combe, Dkk, Sterne, ;Marryatt; Cooper's Naval History, Plutareh'a Lives, Mack's Lafayette, Blake's works, Life of Washington, Franklin, and Jefferson. ' Also, a general variety of Family Bibles, large and small; psalms and hymns, music books, etc j Blank Books and Stationary, of almost every-description, v ......... -I' . Jf.^KINGSBERY, Jn7^~ Towandai Jan.;27,1844v | ,;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

• SffIBW.<S®i^L3.iSllI12)8V PUBLIC NOTICE ia hereby given that the Biacksmith'a Coal will be sold for SI 38 PER TON. PAR MQNEY? And $1 50 per ton, land produce—land product taken in payment. N.B. The subscribers nave a large quantity of superior good coal on hand, and a sufficient assortment of rake and coame coal. . j LocS.BOLITHO. * Frankun.iFebrhary 1844.

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

¦. ¦ .. i ¦ - • ¦ : ipasaa .^n§®.8 o^nssss-INSURANCE AGENOT. /Ttk D. BARTLETT has; the »?ehcy of aU'sj the Delaware Mutual Safety Insurance Company of Philadelphia, and is prepared to take risks on very favorable terms. Policies are issued by jsaid eompiny in. the usual manner of other stock companies. ': , . ." y Towanda, iDec. 4,1843. ; '©2:JE)SISIS,v32)^2a8! . '¦ TIIE'snhscribera are prepared to fill all orders, for. Coal at THE OLD BED, at the shortest notice and on the most favorable terms. Thankful for the, liberal patmnage tbey have received, tbey are determined to sell fine coal for blacksmith's, at lower rates, than ever befote offered, viz:'we will sell for cash, Fine Coal at Sl,S5 per tow—or 51,3^ in vjroduce.-jCoarte and Rabid Coal at '.!-;' '. . ].' former prices. • i, ¦ •. Beware of imposition: Fine Coal front other places has palmed off as coming from our mine —a sufficientpToofof the superiority of our coal. N.B. PRODUCE Uken inpayment for coal. | GATISS & ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

M.JfISStS0W A JRE NOW RECEIVING frqmNiw York j9ffl.« large jand choice selection of GOODS of every description, to which they call the atten- ¦' lion of the public, ond which will he sold for cash, produce of all kinds, and Lumber, at exceedingly low prices. Call and examine priced and qualities. ' /[ J_ November?, 1843"' . • f fllfllpolsi i^P'hf larget stock ever ofe»b FESED IN THIS MARKET^ is now. opening at Mantanyc, i} which they\will sell at wholesale or retail at such prices as w ill ensure a liberal share of pablic patronage. Their stock f consists of ¦' : ;...-"..*' DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Boots and Shoes, Ladies1 Bonnets, ' Genllemens' Hats fy Caps, Buffalo Robes; .$¦<•. ' and all the etceteras necessary for- the comfort * of a' cold winter, which appears to be rapidly approaching. • ,'.¦•-..* J. D. & E. D. MONTANYE. Towanda, November 8,; 1843.

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

LATE ARRIVAL ! THE subscribers have just received at their r ' store in Monroeton, a large and'well se-!<r lected assortment of FALL AND'WINTER t.OODS, tomprismg almost every variety of Dry Goods, \ Hardware, Groceries, , | Crockery,. *c. which they now offer to" the public at very low pricee!/br ready pay.- '¦.-[.¦ ' . , The citizens of Monroe and the sun ounding ;cbam.rjr are respectfully invited to call and. ex amine our stock, os' we are confident we can give ¦_, them as goiod bargains as they can find at any other establishment in the county, r QjT Lumber and Produce taken in payment D. C. & O. N. SAL8BURY. Monroeton, Nov. 8,1843. MMlW ©@®®®^ r ' ¦ * JtT O, D. BrfRTI,ETT>S. ' October. 23,1843;-

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

TAItpiUG! : : CEORCE H; EySTUfra, '" wbTOULD respectfully inform the public VW ."-that he continues at his old stand, on the west eidOjOf Main street; between Bartlett's andK ingsbory's stores', np stairs, where he will bo found in readiness to do all kinds of work in his line, in a style not to he surpassed by jany other shop in. the countryV Prices to suit the times. He thanks his. customers for past favors; and hopes by strict attention, to business and accommodating' terms to merit a continuance of public, favbv. ;'¦},';, Particular attention paid '<q cutttng; and warranted to fit if properly reader:' '. ¦'''" , (C? Most kinds rf t^ntry produce taken in payment for.work., -;-.,- ,< ., • Towanda,Nr,T. i4th,.l843,<._; '-...:!,

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

BimMnNGSBfe HAS JUST RECEIVED from New York City, a large' and well selected assorN - went dt.FAh!, <* WINTER GOODS which , are offered for svle at his old stand. His stock ¦* Conriatsin.partof ,''-. ¦.-:¦"¦ -.-"¦.¦' .•. PW GOODS, CUTLERY^,',' GROCERIES/ LEATHER* i( HARDWARE; ; BOOTS^HOES, CROCICEEY,. HATS & CAPS, ¦I; : - . ,;,. ;,',"&C. &C, hQ. ";:i .-,; '//r , ' • -.Wbfc!> will he sold oa the most reasonable - terms <S>rcash or conntry-produce'. His old ;custoaiers\and the public generally' qre requca-\ ted to call i^nd examine qualities and prices. ! Towarida.;-Nov. lltb, 1843. :>- ; ¦

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

THE LATEST mm ': ;2>4 <3a a <3o Sfo '3^233^? eAVE just received a.ldare now opening, at the >4qre''l9tel? ro^ciipied''by'.|."'V,'];.. Piollet,' in Wy'sor, an extensive and well selected assortmaat of ¦• ¦¦¦' ¦ • - ' ;. ' l;faU$ Winter Goods: ' consisting of almost every variety Of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Queensware, Hardware, Boota and Shoes; «Vc.,'&c„ which they ofier to the public on the most favorable, terms for cash or ready'pay. Having purchased for ready pay at exceedingly low,,prices,- and confidently believing that their terms and prices offer equal if not'greater inducements to- the purchaser than can be found elsewhere, th' ey respectfully solicit tho patronage of the community, j ¦ ¦ Lumber and produce taken in payment. , Wysqx/S'dv. 6, 1843". ¦

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

! ¦ Adjoamcd; Special! Court.; A N^ ADJOURNED Special fJenrtwillbe £&_ jicid in .Towanda in and! for the county of Diadford on Monday the 25th day, of March next at 10 o'clock in the forenoon for the trial of the following causes, to wit:; I O. P; BalUrd vs. George Dewitt, ejectment'; DeJGhastellaux vs. Abel Faircbild et.al. trespass; SsrtileUolden vs. A. B. Smith et al. do. ' William B. Clymer vs,M. C.Drinkwateret. al." ejectmeiit; * ; Sartile Holdea vs. Moses Warlord et. al. trca'• pass;' ' ". '!'•¦:¦ .".: ,' Rebecca Shrader vs. J. Decker et. al. ejectment. A.CHUBBUCK, Prolhonotary. > Prothonotary'i Ofiice, '-'?',' ^ Towanda, December 21st 1643i: 5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

: A CALLtFROHrTHB'ViMEB SHOP. ' Upon qU whom it may interest. fjJBHE imbscribcr ia, Tery-radch in wantof EjSrf money and does not feel disposed to have his own. property sacrificed to accommodate those Who,are:indebted to h{ra<;that; nave rear sonabltf timo to pay, consequently if they will call and settle] their nets, however small they maybe, they willjiblige him very mucby'and save cost withbt respect tu persons. ,; > ¦ ' . ¦ .|j'; . ! "DJ".C.--HALL. ' Towanda, Match 4th, 1844. J: | v To Delinquent ¦ ColMctor.s, ": fBlAKE PiARTICULAR NOTICE that Jft; Unless you settle your duplicates hy the", twenty .fifth day of March inst, I shall certainly try the experiment of enforcing collectibi.'sv The situation jof the. Treasury requires it, ana'-.i I must and wi|l try to do myj^uty. '--'!. | - ¦ L, PIERCE, Treasurer. ' TotvandaiMarch 1st, 1844. ;'•¦• ¦•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

; IFracticdi Joke.• ;'; A gentleman of considerable talent as an orator became a member of a legislative body in one of the eastern elates.— In speaking he was addicted to an jodd habit of handlinghisspectacles, first placing them oti his nose, suffering them to remain a minute or twor'j throwing them upon his forehead, aqd finally .folding them up and laying them before him upon the desk. One day a very important question came up for consideration and he commenced a speech in opposition. A friend to the proposed measure who was most an incorrigible wag withal, de termined to spoil ,the effect of the honorable member's remarks, and accordingly, before he entered the bouse provided himself with a dozen pair of spectacles. The member commenced his;speech with his usual ability. : Only a few minutes had elapsed before he "was at work with his spectacjes, and finally got them upon his forehead. At this juncture our wag who stood ready, laid another,pair upon the desk before the ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

j Chapter on Tew. Tears are sometimes a relief, and sometimes a burden, they are a relief to a woman, but a burden to a man; they relieve a woman, because her' sympathy approves them; they burden a man because his pride rebukes them;|a woman weeps because she feels, a man because he can't feel; a woman's tears affect a man, but a man's tears disaffect a woman; a woman weeps for others, a man for himself, a woman's tears are common property; a man's are his own, a woman believes them a profitable investment, a man considers them useless expenditures, a woman's tears are easy and natural;; a man's are forced and awkward/a woman's are the warm streams of the suncloud, man's the cold dropping of the icicle. ¦!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

General Wolfe's Presentiment. On the night previous to the battle of Quebec, after all the orders for the assault were given,}. Sir* James Wolfe requested a private interview with his friend; at which, saying that he had the strongest presentiment that he should be killed in jtjfe fight of the moirow, but he should die on the field of glory—Sir James unbuttoned bis waistcoat, and taking from his bosom the minature of a young lady, with whose hWt-his own " blended," he delivered it to commander Jarvis, entreating that if the foreboding came to pass, he would himself return it to her on his arrival in England. Wolfe's presages were too completely fulfilled, and Com. Jarvis had the most painful duty of delivering the pledge to Miss Lowther. Vert Goon.—A distinguished clergyman, now- a resident in New York; was accused while in Lowell, of violently dragging his wife from revival meeting, and compelling her to go home with him." He replied as follows:— ¦ "1st. I have never attemp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

^/..^[^^^m^^ Xr^' -'' •-¦¦' .¦r< [Fromthe/Yaau%BIade,J- .. j • ' It isVcuribus how •'•< ¦ many thousand thingstherefare;,, ;t?hich it won't do to donponthiscozyplanetof ours, whereon we eat,.sleep, and get our dinners. For instance, - '.:.<: •¦.¦¦'¦<¦..•,. It won't do to plunge into a law suit, relying wholly upon the justice of your cause, and not equipped before hand with a brimming purse. ^ ;. ' It won't do to tweak a man's nose, or tell htm he lies,' unless you are perfectly satisfied that he has not spunk enough'to resent it by blowing your 'brains out, or, {if you have no brains) cracking your skull. ' It won't do when riding in a stage coach to talk of another man whom'you have not seen, as being an "all fired scoundrel," until you, are absolutely sure,he is not setting before "you. It "won't do when snow drifts are, pield np mountain high, and sleighs art eternally upsetting, as this winter, to ride out "with a beautiful, lively, fascinati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

Mends. It is a sweet and pleasant thing for two old, land familiar friends to spend together a long hour, after the sun has gone down, and when all the world is quiet/; in a warm room, with a blazing fire, atrd with a moderate use of the pure juipe of the grape to fill the intervals of conversation. No haste is upon them, no hurry, no hateful pressure of importunate, business; there they can sit as long as they choose; it matters not whether they rise the next minute, or three hours hence. Tbey are free; rh short—from the bondage of worldly affairs, and can do what they think fit with their little treasure, of time.. No liberty is more pleasant than the emancipations from all chains, and shackles, and bars, and bond of business ji and there' when- Memory; sweet Memory, takes us by the hand, and. leads us back'into the flower-garden of other years, and points out all the blossoming things that we loved, and looking as beautiful as ever, how sweet are the sensations, how entra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

" MiM^mmk/:r}i Evelyn wm walking] orie; day; in~» field near SayiCoprtj;;he; | stopped fir: a moment to lootjt in. afciinej windowrrol1 apoor;sblita^^atchedjhoia«ef and be^ heldayoDDfe man^ of Tintoret,ofifhtcfiihe hfd toug^i* copyy ai Yeni^^^ permission to enter, and. foon recoinmend the youthful artist to! the patronage of Charles II. ' Such was the. cony mehcement of the fame pit Gibbons;—But foir that Vwalki ,alnd iihatliswning to Evelyn, he might still have pursued his solitary toil unfriended and unknown —it was a slight circumstance, a merer shadow'upon the streamj but it was full of promises for. his j future fortunes) Tickell owed all his political properity to a little poem suggested|by the opera of Rosamond. The late William Gif ford was rescued from the penury and hardships of a coasting trader by the report and the eympathyfbf'a fish-wpni|n, jwbo saw him playing Tagged and neglected upon the beachl of Brixham. And, what is particularly deserving of notice is, th...

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