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

NOTICE. ALL those indebted to the subscribers who expect to pay in Grain, most deliver it by tho 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 bands of an attorney, who will collect them in the shortest time possible. •1 ; J.F.MEAN8 & CO. Towanda, Feb. 20,1844. Administrator's Notice. ALL PERSONS indebted to the estate 01 Albebt A. Beck with late of Elmira in the connty of Chemung andstate of New York deceased, are notified to make payment and all persons having demands against said estate are notified to present them duly attested for settlement. ' ' x ' This notice is intended for all persons in this Commonwealth having unsettled business with said deceased at the time of bis death either in his individual capacity or as connected in partnership with any other person or persons including the unsettled mercantile and other business done in Ridgbury township by Beckwitb, S...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

¦ Watch and Clock Repairing. W. Ji. CBMMBERLIJr, - ^ RESPECTFULLY In-SpSj forms his friends and the fi« ^^ L ^ _. public that he still contin-| l/^^J^LaJ ues ,0' "!orry on we ab°vc 7/iC*\.: "KKft£ business at his old stand, ^V lL T 'Jgte one door south of Thomas (fWv^-jbi^Pg Elliott's store, and nearly «*3iaJiIlg|5Ei*®* 'opposite the Hay Scales. 1 Waleb and Clock Repairing, will'be done on short notice, and warranted to be Well done. From a long experience in the business, he believes that he will be able to render perfect satisfaction to oil who may favor, him with their patronage. N.B. Watches warranted to ran well one year, 'or tbe 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. r Towanda, January 29,1844. DISSOLUTION.-"" NOTICE is hereby given, that the firm of HATHAWAY & WILCOX, is this day dissolved by mutual consent." All monies due the firm mos...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

• ¦&SSM3EsW!ESNBq •WtOTICEJis hereby given to the members J\ of the Bradford County Mutual Insurance Company, that their Board of Directors have this day made an assessment of 7 J per cent, on the premium notes, which is to be paid company by the 15th day of April next SIDNEY 8. BAILEY, Secretary. Insurance Office, ? ( Towanda, February 14, 1844; 5 ^

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

i?hieii.2 . wm® 8. wmm 2 s INSURANCE AGEIfCT. OD. BARTLETT has the agency of a ihe Delaware Mutual Safety Insurance Company of Philadelphia, and is prepared to take risks on very favorable terms. Policies are issued by said company in the usual manner of other stock, companies. ,¦'.; ' Towanda, Dec. 4, 1843. ^

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

©SiED iJSgjSi)" @@,&gig- ' THE sabscribers'a're prepared to. fill all orders for Coal at THE OLD BED, ot the shortest notice and on the most favorable terms. Thankful for the liberal patronage they - have received, they arc determined to sell fine coal for blacksmith's, at lower rates than ever, before offered, viz: we will sell for cash, Fine Coal at $1.25 per lon^-or $1,38 «'n produce.—CSarse and'RakedCoed at former prices. ••-. Beware of imposition: Fine" Coal from other places has palmed off as coming from pur mine —a sufficient proof of the superiority of out coal. N. B. PRODUCE taken in payment for coat. GATISS & WAGGITT. Franklin. Brad. Co. Pa. December25. IMS.

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

A CALL PROS THE YANKEE SHOP. Upon all whom it may interest, SfFEHB subscriber is very much in want of leiti money, and does not feel disposed to have his own property sacrificed to accommodate those who are indebted to him, that have reasonable time to - pay, consequently if they w ill j call and settle their acta, however small ithey; , may be, they will obirge him very much, and . save cost withot respect to persons. - - ! *D.q.HALL. j Towanda, March 4th, 1844.

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

To Delinqnent Collectors. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE„lhat - unless yon settle your duplicates by tbe twenty fifth day of March inst., ."I shall certainly try the experiment of enforcing collections. The situation of the Treasury require*it, and I must end will try to do my duty.' '•-."'. L. PIERCE, Treasurer. , Towanda, March 1st, 1844.

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

! Adjourned Special Court. " , * N ADJOURNED. Special Cour t will be J9L. held in' Towanda in and for the county of Bradford on Monday the ,25th .day of March next at 10 o'clock in the forenoon for the trial uftho following causes, to'wit :¦ O. P. Ballard vs. George Dewitt.sejcctaient; DeJChastellaux vs. Abel Fairchild etal.trespaia; Sartile Holden vs.. A. B. Smith er, aU do. 'William B. Clymer vs. M. C. Drinkwater et. aU ejectment; 8an. "ile Holden vs. Moses Warford et. al. trcfpai"s; Rebecca Sbrader vs. J. Decker et al. ejectment. A. CHUBBUCK, Prothonotary. Prothonotary's Office,v ?/ Towanda, December 21st 1843.5 s ¦ ¦ —1

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

Indebtedness of tbe Borough of Towanda, MARCH FIRST, 1843. On jedgments to several individuals/ $230 66 On outstanding'orders, ' 708 66 On unliquidated claims; 95 88 Assets, s Balance due on old duplicates, $332 83 " from John Savage, former collector, 30 80 " from A. Martin, do. 41 82 " due on judgments 30 00 . -, 435 45 ' » ¦<¦¦<-. ¦ Bal. due from boro. 1st. March 1843, $599 65 Annual Report of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Borough of Towanda for the year 1843. ' Receipts, . Amount of duplicates for, 1843, ! $720 87 " of poor da and Dickey's pension, 264 21 " on old duplicates, - 202 48 : " on license for-shows, 10 00 " - for rent of engine house, 3 00 - W ) $1199 56 Expenditures, Labor on st's and for tpols, $354 21 For support and expense of three' paupers, ' 359 48 Paid on judgments, 108 17 Exonerations on duplicates, 8 56 Collectors per centage, 25 83 Treasurers per centage, 21 80 Burgess for services, 2 00 Town Council for seivices, 62 00 Clerk for serv...

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

¦ Sl|l1E3Bni53IgJs»S Si^Iklio BY virtue of sundry writs of Vend. Expo, issued out of the court of common pleas of Bradford connty, I shall expose to public sale at the house of E. Raynsford in Towanda boro. on Saturday the. 13th day of APRIL next, at dno o'clock P. M., the following piece or parcel of land situate in Smithfield township and bounded as follows: on tbe north by land of Stephen Gladding; on the east by land of Billings: Walden; on the south by land of J. O. Tracy; and on the west by land of Nelson Rice'. Containing eighty three acres more or less, with' about forty acras thereof improved, one framed .house and framed barn and saw mill thereon^ > . '• Seized'and taken in execution at the suit of Elijah S. Tracey vs. Don M. Bacon. ""' ; JOHN N- WESTON, Sberin: i Sheriff's Office. \ ".' Towanda, March 8tb, 1344.3

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

SPECIAL UUUHT. THE Hoi.WILLIAMJE88UP, President Judge of the 11th Judicial District of Pf nnsyWania, has ordered and, appointed a Special Court of Common Pleaa to be held for theConoty of Bradford, at Towanda, on! Monday, the 25th day of March next, at twoodock, P. M, for the trial of nil such causes as may then be pending in said court -. ''' ¦¦ . AARON CHUBBUCK. Proth'y. Prothonotary's office Towanda, Dec 29,1848. ¦ " "I -

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

MECHANIC'S LIEN. . To'oil claiments and persons interested in the property described below pr in the heir*1 thereon. Take police, that a- writ • of Siere, Facias of which the following is a copy'is now in my hands/and has been duly served* on Amos Pcnnypacker, the owner and contractor therein named. , . i Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Bradford County ss. , Toitbe Sheriff of Bradford County, Greeting —Whereas Nelson P. Brown and Henry A. Carey have filed a claim in our Coupty Court of Common Pleas for the county of-Bradford against Amos Pennypacker for the sum of two hundred and twenty five dollars for. work done to and materials furnished for a certain building -one and a half Story framed, situated on the west side of River Street bctweenja lot owned by Jesse Woodruff and a lot owned by- the heirs of James P. Boll deceased in the borough of Towanda in said County of Bradford, containing in front on said-street twenty two feet and, in depth thirty feet and the lot or piece of grou...

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

MERINOS, Alpaccas, Mons. De; Lalnes. Figured Orleans, Tegans, Printed Velvet, &c. beautiful patterns for the Ladies* for salobrj ' HiMKe^SON. BOOTS & SHOES, a large assortment,at Nov. 8-; SALSBURY'S. ATS & CAPS, n good assortment for sale by J;F\MEAN8&C0.-

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

L.KIJEWOLF, ;: .'^raMiMHnte 'jfis &1&W9 TOWANDA, PA* t! (OfikewilhttoiRegatei\Sr Recorder.) OTTOtf YARN,,Wiekirig&Battirigon band by. . MEANS & CO. ' ¦

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

! .: '„::-¦: .Vi'Iea^ox'8iprjy:;;;:C \J: r ./POPEIWO'THE QUESTION; ?. -"««.JJot i/tiy don't'ybu-getmart^i'" skid a bouncing girl!with a laughing eye. to a smooth-faced, innocent looking yoath, wha blushed urj to the -eyes at the question. , , ^ '• .WelK-^-I/'said ^ thexoutn stopping short;with a gasp, and.fixing his«yes upon vacancy, with a puzzled and foolish expression. : . '. - " Well, go, ori^you what,",said the fair cross-questioner, almost imperceptibly inclining nearer to theyonng-inan. "Now just tell me right straight out, i you what?" " Why, I-^rO, pshaw. I don't know." . ". You dpi I say you'do Enow ; come, I want to know/'.. ;. " 0,1 can't tell you—" ! ;; ** I say you can. Why, yon know, I'll never mention.it, and: yoo.may tell me of course, you know, for liavn't I always'been your friend V* ¦'¦ '.*. : " Well, you have, I know," replied thfe beleagured: youth. -..'.'''.-, I" And I'm sure I always thought you liked me," went on. the maiden, in mellow, accents. " . ...

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

wusjn ci?«»i*J^MB idiin .sAMjti.cn, ;,:< tindaArsacnfi' cei ''^(i' Azii^^e^W^Tou&^^:):w tpryrabout.twojhiindred. years'; before the Gotiqoe8t-~Bare at: first, they- became rnortb frequent withj the wider extent oftheir>ropjre;, "till, at length, almost every, festival.'was closed with this cruel abdmiDation. Thesereiigious ceremonial were generally arranged in such a manner as to afford a type of the most prominent circumstances in the character or history of the deity who was the object of them. A tingle example will suffice. *.--., One of their most important, festivals was that in honor of the god^Tezcatlipbca, whose rank was inferior only to that of the Supreme Being.; He was called »«the soul of the world.V and supposed to have been its Creator. He was depicted as a handsome.man endowed with perpetual youth. ^ A year before' the intended sacrifice a captive distinguished forhis personal beauty and without a blemish on his body; was selected to repre...

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

Iraprortment of old Fields.* - As there are doubtless many worn-out fie!3s, that have, for years, produced nothing but poverty grass, we should like for some enterprising proprietors of such to make effort to bring them back to a state of fertility ; and would suggest that by sowing a bushel plaster, per acre, oh them during the present'month, ploughing them up as soon the spring crops are in, and then sowing a bushel (of buckwheat to the acre, and ploughing that crop in as soon as it gets into the blossom, we have no doubt, that the soil would bear a crop of, rye without anything else; and that, with the addition of five bushels of lime per acre, spread evenly, a very fait crolp of wheat might be grown thereon, without any addition of manure; and we have.as little doubt, that clover seed might be sown the ensiling spring, with a good prospect of a fair crop of grass, provided the plants were plastered'as soon as soon as the wheat crop was cut. We have - seen a veiy good pas...

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

'!".;.'• /Draiuage>- - *\: .; There is rip part |f.'jgriod husbandry so much^nedected xus].H^^bl-. ' di!|uni|ig;j>f th]eir;lo,w^apds_by;ftrmers^^ try,!; Drainage makes cold lands warm; arldia^lahds r^upe^aaibr cropsi^ l*ow; lanrlsare called, very^roperly; by faraer? cold,;! They'reailraresor-rriofiiiHem* selves" ^ai^ti^.m^,i' iiia\^^oti6 or, heatrwhich they,possess.incbmtribn with' wnrnter/arid higher lafilsitisiBalrried off ;fn the vapor or stea^n \vhich is constantly*:riiing front"sticli laiirls,.escaping into the atmospheres arid eventugfty collecting with the fog and yappr into jclpuds. '.'.i Inr; Western, Ne^Ybrk,,we saw one uriiverstd practice, with great wheat farmers in putting in theirj grain, worthy pi imitation by every farmer blse\vhere. ¦ It was this—we observed without an exception, that all their fields were furrow-, drained, sb that in no event could the prater stand on any portion of the field.—• The whole fields had the appearance of being plo...

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

^mm®mm ; -iir^STOSWfKl : 'iiM^'^^'^^1^^-^^^'^^^ WB fcitv. a-.large.'anrl wd!.selectjussbrt-S^ xof'FAlL ^WINTER GOODSynfch ' ire offerer! for sale'at his-oltl stand. His siock^ consists in part of ," < DRWoWs , ..; CUTLERY, ; 4 GBOGERIES, Vr LEATHER, ::% HARDWARE, BOOTS, SHOES, CROCKERY, ¦"- HATS & CAPS, , ¦- &C.. &C. &C. •¦'' Which will he sold ] bri- the' most reasonable termSrfdr calh, or country produce.- His old' customers anc] the public generally aro.'requested to call ami examine qualities arid prices. ' - Towanda, Nov. lltb, 1843. ' ¦ .

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

, S ''mm*.* w°% !ti¥7- tf^^tomffl*1 * .the proprietor woqld feel 6ome k" l - Ctoa ^ commendiDgittotheattcSoM'^ W many worthless, andind^T5 ^] trumshavebeen brought-fom.T^i parade .of false certifiVali^^ pra<se,,^at-even the Bm'; ^t ?"*«« are received >ith distrust 'Tf!, "^ the Health Restorative, hoWe,a^2 hanci nppnthe snpen^' po*e&% •ftunded-upon anexperiel.ceof £ wf* beneficial .effecU; toafidcnUrJT *Si ;.n-cases of Goagb, Col^W^ raismg of blood, pw, in[[lc ^1^ punfying tbe blood,eraeicuuS.^ skin, and all other' complains 3',a,|«l want of. tone in the staiach n** ** not only pleasant, to the ^ ,™me ^ unusual attention to diet, norbii ^i ger to be apprehended from aJ^M from attending-to usualavcwiS l?^ meroDs certificates in testimony of';, CB nary efficacy, ihe following areV,^H • j ¦ . Letter from Scmc} K„j Mr.C.Brinckerboir-Sir. H„f' . flicted with a dise^e of the lm% 2$ a severe cough and great difficult',,,rTrt' and compelled *t times to giTe ' ' ^ I ...

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