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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

Sa«fe ft Wi^tbn^ ipril 19. 1776. At the meeting of the Nov York Historical society, on Tuesday evening, the 6th, Mr. Bancroft read a paper on this battle of Lexington, April 19th 1775, being in snbstance a chapter from" m*$ forthcoming history of tjfe revolation. The near approach of the anniversary of that initiatory fight, from which have sprtmg sach vast events gives peculiar interest at this time and in this community to the eloquent sentences bf the learned sod laborious author. ¦ -1 %J9u the aftemoon.he said, of the 8th of April, the day on which the provincial Congress of Massachusetts adjourned, Gage took the light infantry and grenadiers off duty, andf secretly prepared an expedition to destroy the colony's stores at Concord. But the attempt had for several weeks been expected ; a strict watch had been kept; and signals were concerted to announce the first'movement of troops for the country. Samuel Adams and Hancock who had not yet left Lexington for Philadelphia, rec...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

An Anti-Lecompton Sunday School -«- 'From the PhilaiJelnliia Bulletin. Mav .11 It is to be presumed that all the Sabbath Schools in Philadelphia are anti-Lecompton, but the sentiments of one of them came out in rather an unexpected way last Sunday.— An occasion of mmsual interest had brought a very .full attendance on the exercises of the school, and in honor of the event, the pastor or rector of the church, under whose care it is, delivered a capital address, which was rather oddly interrupted. He was giving the hundreds of bright and intelligent Kttle people, who eagerly listened to his simple and beautiful address, reasons why they should love the Saviour. He said :" Now children, you should lore Him because He is a friend whom it is an honor to have. Suppose you should get a letter from some one in the penitentiary—would that be an honor ?" Of course oil the larger children said " AV" and the hundreds of younger ones echoed—"No, Sir.'" j " Well then," said the minister...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

English Fanning.' f Butler Abbey is the residence of Thomas Crisp, Esq., one of the most noted breeders of short-horned cattle, of swine, and Suffolk cart horses jln that part of England. I spent several days nnder bis hospitable; roof, and gave his stock of animals a pretty thorough- examination! He farms about 3,000 acres and has hundreds of cattle and horses > and thousands of sheep. Perhops a ride round the farm, for it is quite too large to walk over, may give an idea of a targe farmer's affairs iu that part of England. Mr. Crisp is like most farmers, n tenant, and not the owner of the land he occupies. These tenancies, usually I nud, are not by a written lease, but by a sort of understanding,, not quite definite enough for my taste, iind regulated much by the customs of the particular estate. A large proprietor, Lord somebody.or the Duke, of something.owns some 'i0,000 or 30,000 acres, which has been in the family a thousand years, or at least from the time of Wil...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

CFftBthePUUatelpoto Evening Joaniil, May 13.> Tragedy In Philadelpbia. The loveliness of this bright;, and: cheerful; May-day was darkened this morning by oiie;of: the most fearful tragedies it has fallen our lotto: chronicle for many a^day. ft "}'. George L. Goodwin is a native of Boston. Mass.,-is,abont thirty ycarsjbf age, and has resided to this city for .two, years and three mouths. He pin been emplqyed in a hairdressing saloop aiitHvig manufactory of Richard. Dollard, on Chestnut street, above- Fifth, opposite the State Hottse/ until about two weeks since. U<t is of a respectable parentage, and has home a tolerably good character, although his fellow workmen sny that he was the most "'fancy" roan in'the establishment. In appearance; Goodwin is of medinra stature and bulk, and facially rather prepossessing than otherwise.' As before stated, • be left the cs-! tablishraentin which he jbad been employed,, stating that his purpose ^rns to return to his; native ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

A Response cram &answ. The Kansas Daily titdgtr, an independent paper puWishedTrtjthei city-of ^veuwortby furnishes in itsEhuraber of thegtuipf May, the first response from ^u^an^fettnce|o tbef act wbieh ltttety-pnsseduCf lngrew for this admission-of that Territory as a Statepf the Union/ We copy enough of the article to indicate its spirit : '• I; Lhcosino.v on No AnHissios.—Since our last issue, we have read! carefully the substitute of Mr. English, which lias now become a law,, and are prepared to give our opinion of that measure, as well as our views of what should be done in this crisis. Before proceeding to this topic, however,, we wish to have it understood that our opposition to the Leavenworth Constitution has not abated id the least. We have never believed, nor do we yet believe that that movement will amount to* snap of the finger iu importance. We as a people, are obliged to pursue one of two courses. We must eitheir swallow Lecompton head and tail, or vo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

The Traclt Controversy—What Next? - (Krom the Evening Post.] The management of the Tract Society yesterday triumphed, afjer a ^stormy struggle, over the nnti-slavery opposition, and the old board of officers was re-elected by; a decided majority. The society^ in thus reversing its position taken last year, deeiiles thatno tracts shall be issued on the slavery question, and no allusion be made in its!publications to an institution which a majority of its members consider a great obstacle to the progress of Christianity iu the southern states. It is claimed, however, that practically th's is a considi ration of small consequence, as most of the Society's issues are circulated among the non-slaveholders of the South, and that the prejudice among slave-- owners is such that the publication ofdocui ments on slavery 'would destroy its influence } altogether in that section of the country. Whether this be so or not, we cannot de termine. The opposition, however, maintain, the negat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

|iw|^flte ¦ — — -SiT . -•> V? EMaOODRICB.EpiTQM. ^5 e I'.j; - '':] .. ..'-.'iff : _^_ . ' "'• ¦ ¦ : H ' ;i ^tcpw^jsrr>^|: . WjnrebctB flton»in8. &*& 2<j. IBSfl. Tek*»—One Dollar per annum, invariably Sn advance.— notice trill bi given byfi H^B&VZgF * *"* ** ! netted, the paper »i«in oH caMabftoppfp. ry ClXBmso-Hle Reporter vHll be tent to Club, at tke fol I .lowing extremely low rates: , M : °l Jpietfor......ts 00 »5aipi«/«¦.-;.-moO , ! WeopUefor..,...^W\10coplee for.i..laW 'AnviwTis«jns!.T*-For* square of ten line* or leu, One iD^rfrrOreTor leu ZteerUone , and twenty-five cent, I foreaweabeequentiniertion. llovWoKt-Exttutta with acewjuymd *!*«**'""I" 'nneonableprieet-uitk every faeUttyfor a\)in$ Book, i Blank., Hand-bill. , Ball ticket*, ire. Moket may be tent by maU. 'at oar ri*k-entlo*td in an 'atvelopefand prophiy directed, we wilt ieArapon*tble r for it* *afe delivery. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

THE NEW LIQUOR LAW A wide difference has arisen- in construing the requirements of the license law passed by the late Legislature. In the Courts of this County, Judge-Wilmot-took the view that.ho discretion was left with the Court, except iu cases where petition was made against the granting of license, or where the applicant was already charged with violations of laws relating to the sale of liquors. In a.ll other cases, where the proper petition was presented, it was not discretionary with the Court to deny the application. The same vijew, we see, has been taken by Judge Pearsos, of the Dauphin district. Judge Gamhiaith, of the Erie district, on the contrary, has placed a construction upon the law entirely nt variance with those just alluded to. In Northampton county, last week, a number of new applications came ap nnd were confidently pressed npon the ground that their necessity for the accommodation of the public was not to be considered—that having complied with the for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

^*iMotefw**i a^wwpn^pt? A dreadful *ccideut occurred.cny the New-^Ofk-Centnd BoW im- Twsdw- taormng — Two tr$u rfirafug nf«a #ewBt tracfa, one, ,o|lijera|t fall spjjsedr mfl *m tbe^rldge !ov$ S^noiticreelr.i^^hlftsbofp. When the nnitel weight of the i%M^ Mushed the bridge, precipitating ft hie freight and passenger cars into the bed of tte creek. Eight or ten pereons were killed anS forty or fifty wounded. The two engines got i«fely across, the weight of the failing trains breaking the couplings and leaving them standing npon thejr respec tive tracks. , . A reporter of the Tribme says : " The smash is a most terriale one, and the ruins convey a vivid impression. of the horrors of the disaster. Between the stone abutments of tho bridge is a spacks of thirty-two feet; the ordinary length of a car is thirty-five feet, and the depth to the bottom of the creek Is. nine feet. Three entire cars lay lengChway, crashed np like a telescope between the abutments of the bridge, thus occ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

ir*~^vj^?^*ggums^^ The School directors of Pike district In this eOTWty^reqpielstetrthe teachers of the}tdw|i$lp to meet et*n4ieBaysville Acaderoy,,on?lne Isth end 29thto> April last, for the pMl*** ,of orgenffilhg «|:dtstrict Institute, or drijf.— irjponjthtr S»tb^therefbre, about forty jping ladiesi and gentlemen assembled and were formed into a teachers' class by the County Superintendentr who had "jeen invited by the board of directors to be present and conduct the exercises. Tb,e two days were pleasantly and we trust profitably spent by the teachers, in drilling upon the several branches which they are required to |teach. Quite ;a number joined the class who j. were not teachers, but who came in for the purpose of receiving instruction. Several of the prominent citizens were also in attendance most of the time. A permanent organization was effected, and the teachers of the town are to meet once in four weeks, end their time while thus engaged goes on as if they w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

uongiaa m Illinois [Prom'Fomey'i " Press.'-] T TntptfpWi* defeating Judge, DocnVi |llino» *fem*o have been entrnsted to a Rig&t?Hon.)J»io G. Jones, of Pennsylv,.-His letters t«Nthe office-holders in uijnoi°* fabricate a «ekct again, the regular De ' ratie;nominillons, selected by a Convent; representing about ninety-nine oat of «"' hundred 'Democrats in the State, seem to? eTearly fastened nponrhim; and now We w it from good authority, that he is at work - Washington dragooning the Illinois clerks l electioneer ogainst ?bis regular ticket. >t impossible, of course, that the President caSL aware of a movement, (he only effect ofwfaj is to prove to the Democratic party fo pe[, sylvania tbat'the nominations made at Htrrk burg oh the 4th of March last are notbindh,; for how ean we vote for William A. pUKjj who stands in Pennsylvania, npon the Lecoj,, ton platform [and who will.not get off I] M ^ gard as binding upon us bis nomination, naj, by a Convention which ra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

The Kain Features, Or THE ENGLISH LECOJimJ.N BILL, AS PASSED JT CONGRESS. [Forney's Press says that inasmuch as tla action is not a " settlement," bnt a wickedrtopening of that which honest legislation weak! have forever tranqnilized, w^ desire the reaJa to preserve and remember oicsc facts:] I. ' That although the eeople of Kan*' have Repeatedly rejected-theSLccouipton Cm! stitutidn, with all its protection to slavery, they must take that Constitution, nop, or tu till they have a population of\y-2,000 or 12'j 000. \ II. That the people can havjino vote opoa this Lecompton Constitution under this Ea» lish bill os lately, most positively, and fe tinctly shown by Senators Douglas and 6re», in the Senate, and by Mr. Stephens in .the Honsei III. Bnt, in order to bribe them to tais it, some four millions of acres of land are offers to them, which if they accept, they go itit; the Union with Lecompton, and, which if tjiej reject, they remain out an indefinite of time IV. If they t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

wows from all NatioW Peter Gregory, of uiion township, LuV ". „tT was shot by his brother, Jacnb^regpryj '"" \°l nieM April 30, and died la twrnty-fonrnimwi " kh been after :the sheep belongtogto Jacob., <» <l nieht and on Friday right ttey returned.Jacob 0 *ith ws i""**1 JB""1 to wrtch tkem- swatter, "°'°° ho lived with-hliTBrother, also went ont. and r<"[- * the roadina stooping position, with a atone to '", 0 doff, whfch wm; coming. t^raroB/hlm , -when. ^l fired striking Peter tn „e ar_,_»tter_g the elbow netroting the kidney ana Stomach. An Jacob went ljJ ! 1* hoa.*,»-npP03U1S he had missed the dog, PeteY W, Wra." ?&* you have killed me." Jacob's wife. ai'"1 ,J railed for'Peter, supposing Bm stiU to-be njK '' ' d told him that her husband had shot somebody. "**' *\ nitber knew that the other was out Jacob is; ¦ ^irild with g.rlet«nd regret. His brother lived ^tnoagh to explain bowrlt occtarred. , ¦ -j l.Benjf"nin Byler, of Kishacoquillas Valley...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

¦ ¦ -¦; #¦ ~w^mmmi*. Q, "S P^nOn Bushelesof OateforwhichwewUl UJ/Wpajcfcilioii delivery. J ".-., ._yi....V. ! Towana*, April 8fl. 1858. ¦¦- BAfUST * MVlNS. FOB Sj^tK. A HORSE, HABXE8S AND GARBIAGE. Inquire at the Preabyterttn Parsonage,-In this Boronjh. of Towanda^Apray.lasS. . j J. FQ31EB. Humphrey & Wickham ARE now receiving a general aaaftrftneet of goods anltable for the season, consiatingof DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. HARDWARE. BOOTS t SHOES, SOLE * UPPER LEATHER, FRENCH & AMERICAN CALFSKINS, MOBOC', .; CO LININGS A FINDINGS, &c. o which they Invite the attention of their patrons and friends and tho public generally—trusting that tbeyVill be able to please both as to price and quality those who favor them with a call, i f Towauaa.Moy 10,1858., I ' AkE YOU INSURED? Sosqaehaflua Malual Idsaranee Co. .:TOWANDA, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA. THIS Company insures against loss or damage by Fire. Dwelling houses, furniture Warehouses, Stores and Merchandize, &c, o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

| . _ , ,;=-;-; £aixt\px&\w&t' ¦ i> ooA*j«ftMO«;i]fi ^!^ /¦"1ALL and see some beautiml patterns of I^mps for KJ burning-KEROSENE AND BBECKEN RIDGE OIL —distilled iron Coal :and not explosive; cheaper than any light yet discovered. Both Oil and Lamps, with Wicks and Shades, furnished very cheap at - . DR.B.C. POUTER'S CHUG STORE. April 21,1858. New Spring and Summer GOODS. HS. MEKCUB has just received a good assortment • of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. Groceries, Hardware, JIatnessand Carriage ¦ Trimmings, Crockery and Glass Wart, i , Boots Sf Shoes, Hats If Caps,Paints, Oils, Wooden Ware, eye., ,1 ft., Many of which articles will bo sold for cash at lower prices than were ever before offered in Bradlord County. Towanda, April 2*,i 1858. LADIES Skeleton Lattice extension steel Hoop Skirtsat J MERCUR'S STORE. BRECKENRIDGE Jlluminatinp Oil aod Umps for^alo by H. 8. MBHBUB. BOMB VSKlV OBHAF GOODS. LADIES Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs at 6 4 cents each. White Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

. ?w'l'Wl™W"w.*' :, ^fi&^SfW^i^M ISjyOWRECEIWNGL »)|0TRe rtockiof . FAMILY GROCERIES, ivblt'hnrttoffered for aaleat as low prices as the same quality of Goods can be bought anywhere this side of tngCity-nf New York. "CMEIiD PEAS, for sale atil-J Marchao,-.l85*. . j? TOX'8. HOMMONY, SAMPj W^cit-Orits, Oatmeal, Tapioca, Rice Floor, MaccaronI, Vennlcllla, Corn Starch and Farina, for saHf at . ' March 25,185S. _J . ytfS'fr. FRENCH, ENGLISH nnd AMERICAN MUSTARD, ground and whole, at ---March 2S, 1858. TOX'8. WORCESTERSHIRE S;AUCE, Pepper Sauce, Tomato Catchup, Pickles, Sardines, &c. March 25.1858. FOX'S. WHITE CRANBERRY BEANS for seed : the best Field Bean in the country, at March 25,1858. i FOX'S. MAPLE SUGAR—Any quantity for sale March 25.185B. FOyS-B DftlE_» BLACKBERRIES,'< Raspberries ar t Apples, at March 25,185s. ^OX'S ^ MORE FRENCH DIMITY, received by ; MARSH & CO. BLACK BROAD CLOTHS in every grade from $2 to $6 a yard at MARSH k CO. L_/ Tioga Po...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

I ; . 1 ¦-¦ ' -H -. .„: L ' .¦¦..yijU-^v-U-• ., total - i ¦^^^^^¦^^rw^M^iyi^*^**^*^1*''1 ¦¦¦£¦¦ «'*-W _,»¦¦¦*»-»—--¦ -4—^ A pjftNW&_raix Kotjcft-Nofo* Xl is hereby given, that nil persona indebted to the estate of WM. B. REIPSNVDElt, late of Albany township, deceased, are requested to make payment without delay ; and olll>cMn>havingclaJm8«gs_rtiaht es-ta*trlU please present them duly authenticated for settk-meut. _ . - MABY.BElKSXyPER, ~ . t JiiyMWiftt' Ad-lnbtratrbiV f\RP_ANS* COURT SA^^fiwcto Vf of ah order of the Orphans' Conrt bf Bradford Co*., wit) be exposed tn public sale on the premises, t« SATZ UHMAY,JU»\ElC.a> 1 o'cloik, P. M., the followi"? rral estate, situate in Springfield twp., Bradford county< bonuded as follows; to wit:—Beginning at a post "In tmt division imqorthe Elisha R. r"oMcr farm ami lands vf Richard Roc, at the southeast coifter uf.lands of,said Richard Roc, thence north V* east fl* *W j»»ch4* *> S port, thence nn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

BLANKS ! BLANKS; 1—Justices »nd Constable's-BLANKS j also, DEEDSiand CONTRACTS. _TWe have printed and cansupply SCHOOL DIRECTORS with sets of all the blanks necessary for three ot four years, consisting of orders, contracts, bonds, and warrants. Price Jl a.set. . j • 49-Wc have neatly printed and substantiall y bound, TOWN ORDERS, In books sufficient to hut from five to ten -years. Price fi. BLANKS of all kinds, printed to order. In first-rate style, and at reasonable prices, at the REPORTER office. _._»._-: WAR OF 1812!—The ^P^mttEFfSkn, Volunteers and drafted men of the *S»_Si^ War of 1812, who were called into service by the state of New Vor*, malr hear something to their advantage, by calling on the subscriber in the Borough of Towanda. May 16, M59, J. D. flOODBNOUOH. BRADFORD COUNTY ! TEACHERS' ASSOCIATlON^-The next quarterly meeting of the Bradford County Teacher*' Association will beneldat SHESHEQU1N, FRIDAY. MAY 28. at 10$ o'clock A. M. Addresses will be delivered before...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

jfarattr s fepwtouuk , n -i—i - ' - - - - ¦ .. - ¦ * ?. ___,„ . . . _. Scar© Crows. • • I have tried for rears in succession nil of the nostrum* to prevent birds from pulliiifr, worms from eating, and steeps of various,kinds to stimulate iu growth, and find that tarring tlie seed makes it distasteful to birds ; they will pull and eat but a little ; but as to worms eating it, they seem to relish it equally well. Tlie, steeps to stimulate growth, rolling gypsum,&c., amount to but tittle. Yon cannot make enough adhere to the seed to make any perceptible difference, and unless tiie soil and season favor, the corn -will not come so well as if planted dry. For instance, if jrou steep the seed, and after planting it is very wet and cold, it will not grow as well, or if it is very dry.it will not come as well : tarring it will retard its germination in anj case. For the last five Years I have planted the seed dry, recently handsbcllcd from the cob. For scare crows, the best a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 20 May 1858

' j J'.- ¦ .'iUimlaiwoM. v.v TOWAte r_AJF&WAR|JC UTfcERY, Il^App^^OT^ I jT i>. c/~ha ll _'-'_f"^*-y Wholesale aW JJfetail Dealer C7T_tfi_B_t *in Hnrdwar^arra Stoves. Iron i JjyBH ittPPify*''"* Nails, Saab, Glass, Paints ^•^__KJJJ^H_fsnd Oils, House- Trimmings—BLl'llillilllllllHllli i!r;r_^B all kind" of Carriage trimmings, -v HMffli PI i!lHH*Seat Cloths nud Laces, Carriage -~Offl«fl§ii|U K^ Springs.Car-___H__HF>!f_Bpenter8' and Joiners' Wanes. __H_SaHJS _CT Haws, Angers, Chisels and all IB__S2_XPP_p3 other Tools—Cross Cot, Mill •^^^S__S_T- Vgnd Circular Saws, Blacksmith V. ' > _-S>t7 ToolfcBellowa, Anvils, Vices, ^^ , '""^ * Hnntmcr* and Screw Plates, Axes. Broad Narrow; Lath and Hand Hatchets-Cable,, Lor. Trace and Haltr, Cbaimt, Crowbars, Picks, Shovels 8n p6^KETVNT> TABI.T, COTLfiliy—Shears and Scissors, Edge Tools of all kinds, Brflssand Enameled Kettles, Shovel and Tongues. Spoons nnd ladles, Tut* and Palls, Mops and Washboards, and ...

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