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

Rain iii Egypt. ' . ; it has been asserted that there is ho rain in Egypt, and both ancient and ¦ modern travellers, from Heredotiis and Diodorus down to "poor Mr. Silk 'Buckingham," havii recorded the assertion. It is well tohkve the facts in all ,cases, and with regard to this question, let us listen to the statements of Mr. Gliddon, who, in his lectures has frequently put us right upon many misconceptions regarding that interesting, country.* ' . I . ,' - ' Mr. Gliddon states that in Lower Egypt and the Delta, it rains a good deal in the winter;! and this rain increases in the exact ralio of your descent towards tjie Mediterranean. «I have," he says, {• known it to rain at Alexan dria twenty days successively, and almost incessantly; whilst from the 15th of October to! the 1st of April, the irairis are frequent,'land winter proverbially wet. Sb it isjat Atfe-4hejuncture ofthe canal and Nile. Here is. the focus of rainji in. (iwinter, and it is the most sloppy.mudtly and d...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 13 March 1844

SADDLE, HARNESS ^CsJ,^^ "'" ¦ »wsss ^^H, saaa^ffioaaai'*. ^II|f! THE SUBSCRIBERS resr^ul^in^na 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 Mercnr's store, where tfiey will, be happy to accomodate bid and new customers. ^ . ¦••••¦ ''¦ SADDLES, / CARPtEBAGS BRIDLES, VAL1CES, MARTINGALS, TRUNKS, HARNfSS, COLLARS, WHIPS &C..&C. of the JatcgUashion and best materials will be made to order on moderate terms for ready p»y. Most kinds of country produce will be taken in exchange for work. .¦ ARNODT & CULP. Nov. 13,1843. .

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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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

ilpSf e :^^!i»»ot^^P . ¦!>Y-. jpossessed bv tbaaT. 7^W w. cramenduiR it t„ thB8«S* ^e ?«C «m,ny worthless, aadfeg0 ^ trmnabave been .brocrAtfo^sV, praise, thaiieven thrTmosT-S* , ^ are received vnth^istrBtt-. ^^ «>e HealthRestorative, hoWet» ^ hancc upon tnes^rior^S^^ founded openm eipcrieW^^hte V beneficial eff^ ^^ W^ ureases of Coughs,. Coldi'n "^ msmgof blood, ^n- m Si^flS pnnfying the bta,eraaS°a,tf cC skin/and all other'SffiS*^, want of tone inthestoa^fc T>^ not only, pleasant to thetaa'.. t , "^ unusual attention to diet,' nof'i. ,?"'*» ger to be apprehended fromeibo„t!e«I'J4 from attending to nsrjalav0cati?7Jte M merons certificates in testimony Jf'i,'P ^« nary efficacy, the following aJ£^ \. ^ **tter from Samel X„i-Mr. C .Brinckerhoir-Si,7-h, ' flir ted with a disease of the w"10s •» a severe cough and greatdiffiNi^' andcompelled at times to gitcTl} Itned many, medicines, bat fomTrT*11 relief, until hearmgoflourHSaE ta ^ I srwured two bottles of Sa...

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

BRADFORD JfOEU Br i. a. BOODBica axd s"5- Q338298 ' Twodollarsand fifty ^m' f^ sive. of postage. Fifty "^ ft within the year; and for«aft*"T vance, ose bow** will be ¥uWL, ' ','Subscribers at liberty to disconont. time by paying arrearages. ' ^ Advertisements, not exew^?^, aertedfor fifty cents; every^^j tiontwenty-jSvecents. Ahb«a"liiC to yearly advertisers. . - •_ TweiVe lines or less maia'^ ^ Job Printing, of every descryWJ^ expeditiously executed, on new m ^Siers on busine ss P^ rice, must come free of postfg*.10"" tibn. _._——

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

. . "r *i/ti<^HiTBe^^"-,,-^' byanelegant;wnferV;thaV]^ dutric'^of Mature possesses many; picturesque beauties. Sometimes venerable and majestic trees formed a 'shade oyer our heads; sometimes we travelled amidst flowering shrubs—sometimes ihrougb cultivated meadows and fields of amil-1 ing corn. Nature breathes around an eternal spring; flower blossoms and fruits adorn the woods at all seasons. A vast wilderness of noble plants rises in ten thousand. beautiful landscapes, displaying a majesty and richness; of scenery, and rising emotions of delight and admiration'which cannot easily be described. This, certainly, is a very vivid fascinating description of a counj try, and, in this instance, it a correct one. But, how often have I feli afterj waids, in passing through or residing in the forests of Ceylon, how lawfully impressive is the stillness of j noon! Every animal seeks tliedeepestehade. The fish conceal themselves at the bottom of rivers or lakes, except where the ...

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

'IS HEREWr'CHflBN 'iSiaijtrie foDowing classificatibn of Hetaile W of Foreign Goods anil MerchandBfrbas beininiadeby thesubscribers,^ td tbit the Associate' Judges and; the Commissionera of Bradford county will meet at the Commissioners, office in the Borough of 'Towanda, on Tdesday the 26th day of March next, to hear, those who may feel themselves aggrieved, and are 'desirous of appealing from the classification herein mado; to wit; . i'';.....:, .!' ""'-...•- >¦,' ..",.,-Class. Ain't ^r ATHENS BORCv ¦ %;.8. Ellsworth & Co, j l: \i 12 50 WelleS&Satterlee,- j. ' .12 ,' 1250 ftenry Kihgsbery, , * ^ 13 10 00 G. A, PeikihsV ! i ¦ 13 10 00 Chester Park, 13 10 00 .N.C.Harris, . 13, 10 00 W.H. Wilaon, ...... 13 ! 10 00 C.Paine,'.'.' . 14 j 7 00 W •¦ -•'! ATHENS TP; John Watiins, •" IS 10 00; ' ASYLUM, Elmar Horton,: 13. 10 00 JohnJHorton Jr^ J . "" • "¦ BURLINGTON, ¦ •' A. & S. H. Morley, 13 10 00 Gee & Coryell, !,: /' ¦¦? Isaac Ford;"; A' /.. " ' ...

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

II. Vj^depco6k^Cabinet Maker. R C ^^^^^?tr^* ,nwa: nda Pa. 3sWtXP, ^; ™-,*»»V«'l kinds of ^^fiS^^» of the best materials SStSS^T-^^ *M**».wai aelion SaSSS'i^^^'-^^ ««»Whidatany ^erta^hinentin the world. ,7^, • ' • Towanda, Oct 10th, 1843..

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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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

AGENTS. . . The following pn*B«! Srf»*] receive-subscripttons for """j, ,0,:. and to. receipt for i>ay»efli« «^ j C. H. Hxbbkk, Esa.. • • • "'.$ J. R. COOIBAVOB,,.."'-^-'" ..Sfl* CoL-W..E."Babtos., :* E. AsMSWAix,. • ,"'"". ¦ , J. E.GoonnicB,. " j B. CootBAron, \..B*p Annisox M'K«is1"-'i,'"*^(aiiiBj P. C.Wabd,. -•••••*•¦'.' ¦¦' D.JjBsarsost...-.¦••¦ '.'.,.. ••••' A.M. Cos,^.-;.••'¦

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

Ghajrs and Bedsteads. <$rrim» THE subscribers still -W ¦i ^^c ttnt *noe i.*0' mannfaetnre jlaSw// ""^ ***? on hand at their jBf^ yltt ola stand, all kindav of CSGgStlE^s Jff Cane and Wood Seat .W«3i(i|Sp3f Chairs. Also, Settees of '» ' ffl* "-\l ^"'on * kinds, and Bed-Jr m "\*^i Btea^8 "f every description. d^Jf ..-•:- ^:. which we will sell low for m^^^l'-.. ' ¦ - o**0 or Country Produce. TURNING done to order. L l , J MKIN8 & MakTNSOn; ! ^Towknda, November IQth; 1843.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

mnr-r— ———™—[For the Bradford Porter.] : . 51, own, cn Ac death oftier infant. . ^,r! coulJ a sympathetic strain i!.'.rj» current lushing through each ''ty3 EoDg;, from one whose heart hath STtJ •¦ -V has neverrnourncdaninfantdead. £ ' * ': ^ radio of thy sleeping boy 1 5' ,F /;/-paint the treasure gone, , 'ifjsiV biightcd in its e|rly daiyn; ¦ Jike Ae iiiamond-dew of morning clear, stains! too'liright to linger here,! •id it hourly brighten in thine eye 1 . • on that htow was written^—Thou shalt cie! . '¦ •' ' I 1 fair the image still! methinks the glow forth the tear of jmafiuictcjd wo> .. iea mj morning sister! take thy scat, ,eet submis{on, at the Savior's feet; jlgenl ever :<? !>is. praying saints . ^ | c„03je iiiod he answers their complaints. , lot tiy faith behold him throned on high, sujl pity beaming in his eye, *¦ eintot on his breast, a spirit bright, " a soft visions of serene delight; aaj, an interest in our bleeding Lord, ;i never trembled...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

I "BY W3. LEGGETT. i:k;1 liiVs a dark and thorny path, its goilVat! silsnt tomb,' • ', ' .,. a yet some spots of sunshine bath,' Tkt smile amidst the gloom. TV.efeiswho weal arid wo partakes, 1 Tj'ntlaa^lwJiat e'er his lot, I'Vi'toiiiV soothes the heart that aches I "tea sunny "spot. [irjiiirho half our burden bears, •&i Ktsrs not a moan;"- " »asc ready hand'wipes off our tears, tdeeJeil all her own ; .'. ' r,«J trtasures every kindly Jivord, "c'a harsher one forgot, ^'Icrols blithely asta bird—J£e's too a sunny spot. la chilil who lifts at morn and eve, Sprayer its tiny voice; * grieves whene'er its parents grieve, Mi] joy when they rejoice; - siiose bright eye young genius glows, ^hose heart, without a blot, ' tab anB pure as suayn£r£s,rpse-^- , Tbtchild'sasunn-y's^ioU- :-'/-.- . *v •- .-•"¦-" l '-tte yet nport life's weary read, . ya« spat of brighter glow, ," _'./' *"tre sorrows half forgets its load, Aod teara no longer flow; ' ' " ^ishig may wither,, love decli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

The First and lia.st'; Dipcf ataie OF.irrk. f •'• Twelve friends, much aboutthesame age, and fixed by their-'pursuits, their family connexions and other local interests, as permanent inhabitants, of the metropolis, agreed -one.day when they were 'drinking their .•wine at the. Star and Garter," at Richmond, to institute an.annual dinner a'mong themselves, urider the following regulations: That they-should dine alternately at each others' houses on the.firsiandand last dayof each year; and that the first bottle of wine uncorked at the first "dinner should be recorked an.d put away to be drank by him who should be the last.of their number; that they should never admit a new member ;, that when one died eleven should meet, and when an-' other died, ten should meet, and soon, and when only one remained, he should* on those two days, dine by himself, and sit the us'ial- hours at his solitary table; tint-the first time he so dined aloW, lest itshn'iild be the only one, he should then...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

Beantyof Form... A correspondent of. the .New. YrM Tribune, tvriting from Genoa, says,— " Sometimes, you may .travel all day, and see nothing but the '.ugliest faces, and.you wonder, how nature should have goneso away in every, instance.; and then again, in another province, you see at every step the beautiful eye and lash, arid.flexible brow anddaughing face of your .true Italian beauty.;—In form the. Italians excel us; larger, fuller, they naturally acquire a finer gait and-bearing. It is astonishing that our ladies should persist in that a srriail waist is—and* per-necessrtatem,mustbe , -r-beautifql; Why, an Italian lady would cry for vexation; if she.possessed such a waist as some of our ladies acquire only;by the longest, painfnlest process..: I have s.qugbtthereason of this difference, and can : s.ee no other than ihe Italians have their glorious statuary continually before them, and hence endeavor to assimilate therriselves to them.; 'whereas our our fashionables have...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

• s' A- Bis's Mis-Kissed. • '.'-Ari.amusingiricidentdcciirre'd with a friend of ours the othecday. He Vvas expecjiihgv his mother in, the evening train from Baltimore,' and.like a good son repaired to the. depot to meet her. "It was a'darti day,'and by the time1 the cars arrived there was no such thing as distinguishing the faces of the passengers, j is he entered one. of the cars, a lady seated, in a corner addressed him as "father"—the voice was his mother's and^ trie title one.'.jwhich she always * gave him while ^t his~ • house amorigjiis children—so, without hesitation, he threw his arms round the la ly's neck and kissed her. Just then, a ge'nrleman pushedhimge'ntly'aside, and went thr/ough the same ceremony. This was very strange, he thought, a" man ikisiing.his mother!" Hardly h?d the tliotigiu . passed his mind, when his veritable mother, came, "forward arid jissed. him., Very much, embarrassed. he turned to the"" gentleman. "Sir, I have made ah-egregious blunder; bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

' := fAscent of Honf BlajieJy'^' -IX Mont Blano has never .been ^ soreasy of ascent within the memory of man as duringthe presentsea^pp: Theittost dangerous and [ diiBcult c»:c»assfi!s have reinaiueid, filled.:by compact show, and the perpendicular wallsi winch, it is necessary to ascend have been'also,covered hy the same inate'rialL into;which steps could be easily cut!: ¦ F.o'ut j!tafiies? n'ave''cori^e'queh'il'y;succeei)ed:jn'.''ib^a ifig the ascent.' Each gentleman is' &U teflde.dby five gqide^each of whom receives a hundred francs, acting in, the ^ tripje capacitylof guides to. show the route, of friends to assist him in diffi-. cult passes, and of porters" to carry provisions and,blankets. *!*Oh_ the last of these-;«xpedittons a variation froth the usnal vcpnrse was .adopted ,. with niubh advanjage. The' party started in the rriprn^g (at first attending mass, as is rrstj.al in5 Catholic countries beCore encountering any. great danger) and after mounting all day, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

Death and the World, BJraiss jEWSBciir. '.* ^ 4e world a gay good world, : - • - 'kimilesand: Wntiesifree;. '" l^V1"! k kmg 9f this BOrI'1' ^ « Uoldj a grave for inc. *»*U habi gold—it is bright and red . ««i love, aodtho love is.swaet; ¦'. V.-j f'aee, like the eong of a lovely lute—; 18,11 |°o«.with death must meet.> ^ «ffl mst the gold, and the fervid love, yT ^ ry bene«h,Uje dark mould;, - ' - Cr*1* ^ ^ Wt in »n:epii8ph,: \ q*noamitiblecold! -¦'-'¦-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

Tbe Nomination. Our readers are already apprized of the action of the Democratic State Convention, and that HENRY A. MUHLENBUBG, the favorite son of that Gibraltar of democracy, gallant "qld Berks," is placed before.his, fellow-citizens as the nominee of the democratic party for Governor of the commonwealth ; and that MARTIN VAN BUREN, of N. York, and COL. RICHARD M. JOHNSON, of Kentucky, with an unanimity almost nnparalelled, received the nomination,for President and Vice President of the U. States. We bare flung the banner to the breeze, and enter the contest cheered with the conviction that these nominations will be responded to by the people and sustained at the polls in October next, by an overwhelming vote. It is known to our readers that our preferences were early expressed for Mr. Muhlenburg, and .we cannot, on this occasion, lefrain from expressing the peculiar satisfaction we feel in announcing bis nomination. Tbe choice of the Convention has fallenupon one of the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

» ;' -'¦;',;¦'¦ ..--'•. -,TWe'-CHwrwrnor. ¦ ''•"..' j theidenjocraey of Pennsylvania delsd buitb brunited ^ ensure for themy selves a triumphant victory. From every quarter of bur common wealth we have most satisfactoryand cheering astiirances of the nnaniniity wiih whjch the democracy are laying aside personal preferences, and rallying to the support Of HeNBS A. MtTIttENBtRQ., The contest for nomination between Mr. Shank and Mr. Muhlenburg was unusually animated and close, but we believe the friends of either were fully prepared to sacrifice? all former predelections and coincide cheerfully in the nomination. That nomination has been made, ahdall admit- fairly. And wliile it is a duty, which they owe to their party and to the siicoess of their principles, still, this friends of Mr. Shnnk are deserving of much credit for the promptness whith which they have forgotten the'strife, of the contest for the nomination. The nomination of Mr. . Muhlenburg was .well calculated .to ha...

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