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

BRADFORD POSm ur e. s.'oounnicii axo'-IM ' " ¦ 'GS32333 - B Two dollars ainl fifty cents ^^M sivo of postage. Fifty cents ^^^m within the voir ; Bnd for-cfl" - vance. ose.uoll.ui will bed"'\;rjB '- ..SuWcribers at liberty to-dt*"*1- H time by paving arrearages. ; ^ EW .-Advertisements, not «l'tcJ f,.,, scrted for fifty cents; ""^j" ^^ tion twenty-five cents- 'v ''" 'to yearlv advertisers. .^B TwcKe lines or less ms.« »• 1 .M ; Sob Printins, of ev. ry "^ jfiBT Pxp<Sr]hiously execute it. on ot\ BV ^gl^ on **^g5M, fico, must come free ol F«3 J=1' Hi tion. *.-*¦ ¦ • Bj

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 March 1844

I HEpTEfWf! : - ^c'oa.^Qo.^ si&my^ \ HAVE just receiver! and are now opening, 1 at the store lately occtipieiTby V. B. Piollet, ia- Wysox, an extensive and well- eeJ lected assortmant of s . , ¦; -.' - / Fall'4*- Winter Goods/ consisting of almost every variety, of Dry Goods, Groceries, .Crockery, Queensware, Hardware, Boots and Shoes, &c, &c.Vwhich they offer 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, they respectfully solicit the. patronage of the community. - ' Lumber and produce taken in payment. - Wysos, Kov. 6, 1843. I. :

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

LATE ARRIVAL ! PEJ^HE subscribers have just received at their _||_ store in Monroeton, a large and well selected assortment of FALL AND WINTER -< <CODS, cpmprising almost every variety of JDryGlaoels, ~ \ hardware, Crroccr&s, | Crocliiry, #c." which they now offer to the public at very Ionprices for ready pay. The cUizeris of Monroe and the surrounding country are respectfu\ly invited to call and ex amine onr stock, as we are confident we caii-givo them as good bargains as they can find at any other establishment-in the connty. CO* Lumber ^ and Produce taken in payment. D. C. & O. K. SALSBURY. Monroeton, Nov. 8,1843. JIT <fl>. D. E.&ItTJLETT>S. ! . Cfclober 23, 1843. __

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

SADDLE, HARNESS &£>^ s '•; ®iprsrs'": ^ ^^^ sa^a^j?iL®a(j)Sji?a ¦^llfcii»'''j TIE SUBSCRitfERS rcspectfolly inform their old friends'and the public generally that they, aro carrying on the above business in all its various brauches.'in the north, part of the building occupied by B.Thomas, as a Hat. shop, on Main street, nearly opposite Mercur's store, where fhey will be happy tp accomodate old arid new ci&fomers. SAtJDLES, CARPj EBAGS BRIDLES, . . TAL1CES, MARTINGALS, TRUNKS, HARNESS,, .' COLLARS^ '.' WHIPS 4C.V&C, of the latest fashion and best materials will bo1 made to order on moderate terms for ready pay. Most kinds.of country produce will Be taken in exchange for worlt. ARNOUT& GULP. Nov. 13, 1843. •',. ni ¦ <m *w*. - ' _

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

uau's and,Ji,6(lsteads. . ^stjjjV THE snbscribers still III *p continue to manufacture /fejWjf/ and keep bn.hrurd at their Pjf^]jl' : °lo' stand, all kinds' of r*&$E3$! ^dy. Ca'30 and Wood Seat. ^S2$z£0<&- • Cfaaha. Also, Settees of -1 ^1^\4 various kinds,, and Bed-" 3 ' ¦ II «i»» '"¦ *tcai'90fcv<-'ry description. *^rJf- : \ l+' wllicl, wo "'ill sell low for -,-iSr,„' --, cash or Country Produce.-¦TURNING do,ne to order. , T MKlNS,&-MAKINSON. ¦ Towanda, November 10th, 1843.: | ), yandercook—Cabmet Mal:cr. . • .. ? , rjfe^iaffi5*r**>* . ' '•'¦ •" ' - lSPPi«ljI«M"' ' u ¦'.":.'''; ^^H|Bi: ^' "' Comer of Main % State streets, towandaPa. 1,1% VZ?- ¦ j?"."^ *"»' can be hsdatany Jthercstahlishment in the world. . "v "y lowanda.Oct; VOibi 1843.? .;•' i, -.

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

I^Sfew ^^r f^m, Panel & «Lg good Culling Boatds, .^ 28. inch Shin-1 ' ''.-• ¦' MEANS & CO. -

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

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

AGENTS. _ , H J" The fdllowins Sfntkmon ^.jBJ receive-subscriptions for 1 . c!0,:B« and to receipt for payro«i|8,D .„..» C. H. HEniticK.Eso^; .—-!iBt J; R. Coowsvun .V*51 ^* Col. W.E. Babtoj,-;-;;-' _V Ei'AsPEjr'wAiii Bb' J. E.Gooubio'i- ...•••'.'Bff1 B. CoonnArcn,.. •••*i BW Ajithsos-M'Kias,... .$a&^m p. c. v?ABn.;. ¦"','.'..- ¦ ":H t>.Joii.nsox. • • " ¦¦ A. M.'Ooit, ¦ '

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

ARE N0W RECEIVING from New York a Idfg' e ancTchoice selection of GOODS of every description, to which fhe^ call the attention of the public, and-which will be sold for cash, produce of alt-kinds, and Lumber,' at exceedingly low priices><X' fl// and examine prices and qualities. J November 7, 1843 Wi:Miei|GOi$l GfpHE LAEGET STOCK EVER OFriA, .FERED IN THIS MARKET, is now opening at Montanye's, which they will sSl at wholesale or retail at such prices as nil! ensure a liberal share of pablic patronage. Their stock consists of DRY GOODS,' GROCERIES, HARDWARE, .' Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Bonnets, Gen 11 em en s^IIafs '4' Caps, - Buffalo<¦ Robes,, ^*c. and' all tbe etceteras necessary for the comfort of a cold winter, which, appears to bo rapidly approaching. 1 J. D. & E. D. MONTANYE. Towanda, November 8, 1843.

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 27 March 1844

Tie Robin's Eclnrn. site Spring, with tby balmy air, id Ibj sairay skies, and thy, fiowrets fair, \ bU to nAclcome gay^ rj jffjj from the South, in joy oua glee, ,J a son; of sweetest melody' ¦' I iriJi im>r ny speedy way. ¦ ar ihr call with a merry heart;'- ¦ gl thy breath—and I now depart ; Frea the sanny Southern land; ;niy home is ever dear to me, j its blossoms are brighter far to see, - jiJ my friends—a happy band. sic Hobin warbled his softest lay, isny be flew on his homeward way, ha his winter's warm retreat: jitoft, be soared in his airy Bight, bcrne on pinions, swift and light, i hasted,, the loved to greet, jtnrt-was gushing with joyous sohg, ; ii carolled lightly and flew along, sd pzcifon the lovely spring; istuvas bright, and the landscape fair, . if;:granre end melody filled the air, It] ibe waiblers were on the wing. ifoil me, now, of a well known spot, :! fices undyvoicee, not unforgot, [ WhifWweicome 1 ever find, ; \ rS tic riic now to that calm ret...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 27 March 1844

Hope against Despondency HOPE. "5 m thou sad my ever restless soul 1 5t^y blue heavens what deep'ning shadows '!is.lhy harp so desolately strung, [roll! 13 'lie willows bending branches hung ? nESPOSDESCT. * *» benighted desert traveler why "atilUhis bosom—tears bedim his eye-1 " lie nnbefriended traveler's part—°*i0, sadder the deserted heait! . uope. ", ' :i. ™on in Heaven—thewintry clouds wil|:fly, timer's greenness bless the languid eye, *PaUe effort 0f thy Father's will ^¦"J fierce Eurochjdun.is still. _:. ' 6 DESPOSDESCT. '¦onds may gather when the,rain hath £< ¦ ¦ ¦ ;¦ [last. J1 PWge is.brightest that the calm will ^ ™*"» may tevel in the rainbow's beam ^ J« to perish by the lightning's gleam! 'rtjt ,v ." • hope. ' ' ! ¦ "0B m Heaven—theidarkness brings the j*l»Points to truth's eternal ray :-4 .[day £ !«ia trusting-beit shade or sun.S , ^y onward tiUM goal It icon ! ill's»rs<?, Feb. 1614. - P.:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 27 March 1844

Hindoo Bevcrmee for Boukijrs. Malura, or Mnttra, must be one of tlie Paradises of monkeys, foi in no part of the world are they more cherished and respected: in worldly point of view, I doubt it in Muttra, it is hot worse to be a man than a monkey. Even princes (Scindialt was one of their benefactors) consider it an honprlo contribute to their comfort anjd support. The place abso= lntely swatms with them, and, in riding through the narrow and crooked streets, they'niay be everywhere seen gambolling, pilfering, nursing their.young. or engaged in those entomological researches to winch these quadrupeds are so much addicted." Every now and then you stumble on a young one, who shows his Tittle teeth and grins with terror ; or perched on the corner of some temple, or on the wall of a bunyah's-shop, you encounter some stolid old fellow, devoured, apparently, with'chagrin and melancholy, who however, no sooner catches . a glimpse of you, the strange-looking; tope tcala, (batman.) t...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 27 March 1844

... Sensible BeflccUons. Bui the leading vice in Burn s character, apd the cardinal deforlnityi indeed, of all his productions, was his contempl,v or affectation of cdntempt for prudence^ decency, and regularity; and his admiration ofi thoughtlessness, 'oddity,; and vehement sensibility; his belief, in short, in the dispensing power of genius and social feeling in all matters of morality and common sense; This is the very slang of the worst German plays and the lowest of oar, town made novels; nor can any thing be more lamentable than thai it should have found a patron in, such a man as Burns, and communicated to many of bis'productions a character of inv morality, atonce contemptible and liateful. It is but too true* that men of the highest genius haive frequently been hurried by their passions into a violation of prndencc aijd duty; and there is something generous at least, in the apology which their ad mirers may"make for them, on the scoreof their keener feelings 'and ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 27 March 1844

Immensity ¦ of ^Creation. Same astronomers have computed that there are not less than"75 millions of suns in the universe. The fixed stars are all suns,, having, like our sun, numer rous planets revolving around Hiem.-—• The solar system, or that to which we belong, lias about thirty planets, primary and secondary, belonging to ;h._ The sun which is nearest to ours, is called Sjrius, distant fiom our sun about 852 millions of miles. Now, if all jthe fixed stars are as distant from each other as Sirius is Irom our sun; or, if; our sola? system be the average magnitude of all the 75 millions of suns, what imagination can grasp the immensity of creation:—• Who can survey a plantation containing. 75 millions of circular fields, each 1$) millions of miles in diameter! | Such! however, is one of the plantations of him who has measured the waters in theholr low of hand—meted out the heavens with a span—comprehended the dust in a measure-^-and weighed the mountains in scales, and ir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 27 March 1844

- Indian wit. The Caddo Gazette relates an anecdote, to the editor by Gov. Butler, who lately returned from the Indian country, which shows 111 a -strong light the natural wit and penetration of the Red Man of the forest. It appeares that Gov. Butter in order to show the good>> feeling and friendship existing between the' Uniietl Stales '. and the 'Western-"- tribes of Indians, requestedJilt. Stan-.. ley, the-young artist, who accompanied him on his late visit to the Indian country, to sketch two hands embracing each other^She ono «f a red-man and the. other .a white, man, with the ^'-calumet of peace " ah*pye-thoiu—which was done in }he most exquisite style. After its completion, the young Camancjic Cli'iefi to whom lie was "about to present ir, proposed, very appropriately, an addition to*the picture, by drawing, under.the hands, and in immediate proxinuty, the head of a bull-dog, to bite.Jis he said, the hand which proved treacTierrins. The:gfoup was finished ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 27 March 1844

An Adventure in Sonlh America* [From the Anglo American.] Serpent Hunting. v . Business connected rather with pleasure than profit ke.pt me roaming lor some months among the West India Islands, that land of magnificence and discomlort; and from all ihat,l had herfrd there, and more particularly from what came under my own . observation^I can truly affirm that to Europeans lit"- general it is a land replete'witn novelty and interest, and. to writers both of fiction and truth, a field; !in which they may reap an abundant^ harvest of reputation.- I at length found, niyself ' at Barbadoes, without any fixed resolution either to return or proceed further \k my wanderings. In such a wave1 ?- ¦ ing ami unsettled syitp of mind, a-little matter will sometimes turn tire scale.— I had carried a letter to a gentlemap of the island, with whom I formed a most agreeable acquaintanceship; and in consequence of the descriptiori-?he gave me'of the coast-of South America Fwasinduced to form ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 27 March 1844

Ae following bcijutiful and toothing effu-1 ,10 us from'some unknown hand, in jjuSian. (if"« 's enli,red t0 tne appellation. bIic\tion,) "lied "Tne Bine Stocking," ^ .lib liltle sheet issued by the ladies jjifTft-yfa , j ¦. , ' ,-bo'fe for three" or foar consecutive days, -Vihe contintiance of a fair held by them £"" knrfjt of the Presbyterian. chUrch.— "fliiclesarc sll from ladies' pens,.and as a ^course written expressly for the Blue "A We select the'two following as par-Aharmins. while at the same time we Ji'lle three numbers of the Blue Stocking, behave received, (March 4, 5, and 6,y r vfrv many articles to admire ; and we as-:nr lajr.friends at Harrislmrg that wc inhrre-afler.lo extract largely, about a fat, Ac-Blue Stocking.'']

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 27 March 1844

m mm » Wednesday, March 27,1844, fot fcttidfcit la 1844, Vi MARTtN =fAW fclJREN, -OF 8BWWB*. For Tiee trai&tnt, COL. BICHARD Mi JOHNSON, OP KESTVCKT. [Subject to decision of » National Convention.] BltttOM for President and Vice President. y*"os M'CVfD"»»«Vsen»toriaL Asa DntocE, .5 I. George F. Lehman. 13. George SchnabeL 3. Christian Knees*.; 14. NathH B. Eldred. '3. William H. Smith. 15. M. N. Irvine. 4. John Hill, (Piula.) 16. Jemee Wopdbum. 5. Samuel E. Leech. 17, Hugh Montgomery 6. Samuel Camp. 18. Isaac Ankney.. 7. lease Sbarpe. 19. John Matthews. 8. N. W. Sample., 30. William Patterson: 9. Wm. Heidenrich. 21, Andrew Burke. 10. CahradShimer. > VI. John M'GilL " 11. Stephen Baldy. J 23. Christian Meyer* 13. Jonah Brewster. 184. Robert On, • ^ 1>emocbaticn6mii^i()n^ -t ForGove rnor, ^r. HON. HENRY A. MUHLENBtJR©, : OF BERKS. Por Canal CommlMiontr, JOSHUA HARSHORNE, - . ' -.i ' . , Or CHESTER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 27 March 1844

Gj*Aa the Senior Editor inuit necessarily be absent for several weeks the entire charge end control cX the office will devolve upon bis •on, E. O. Goodbicb, who is equally interested iar the publication, and to whom.ell payments, communications," &e., can be made.

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 27 March 1844

The Coons at their Old Tricks. Those-who. have watched the prognostications, of llic! opening campaign, have done it to little purpose if they have not discovered iudubitable evidence of a disposition on the part of the followers of that reckless politician, "Harry of the West," to again insult the commpn sense and shock the feelings of proptietyand decency of the sober andinielligent portion of our commnnjlyfoy a lepetition of those disgracej^scenesi%hich characterized the "hard ^ cider"? campaign of 1840. Yes! this Js to be the case/and if any have laid the flattering nnction-to their heart that principle should be arrayed against principle, and the, coming contest fought on rational grounds, they are doomed to a sad disappointment, i Already the paraphernalia ofeoonery are prepared, log cabins are reared by those who despise the occupants of these humble habitations of the poor but honest laboring man, who is now taxed by them to build up amonied, purse-proud,, and arrogant...

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