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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

<, flta&M tuktfaniSX In 1803, Mr. Jefferson, then Prtstdent.sent Ci.pi linsj Lewi* apd. Clarke,-^ with » party of soldi :rs,*ti> explore the eonmry frcm the Miasissi >pi river, along Uie Missouri, lothe.Eaci-4c (>cean. Even then, JJr. Jefferson, *fith. that oreaight which enabled him 10 look f»r over the heads of his eoiemporsriei, to tjbe inmen ie importance of .Louisiana to the Vulva, perceived, across this continent, >a> the Missouri and dawn the Columbia* tike shortest avenue to the trade of India and Coma, that source of wealth which harlsoeeestively rmtd empires, and for which the Caueas isa. f*£* had been contending for more than thi ee, perhaps for ten thousand years. Railroad* were then unknown. And bad they never bejea invented, the avenue foreseen by Mr. ^effertm, and for whose exploration he sent the expedition commanded by Lewis and Clarke, fJwooldV have been, destined hereafter to ibis trade. Bat if ihe navigation of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

VraakIl.B-.Tk* Hoaji* »f fcl* B«rh*W. The racy description wbieh followe of the hooae which was the home of Fenjsmin Franklin's boyhood will be read with noiveraal in tereat, not only in tbia country but throughout the civilized world. It is copied from the Boston correspondence of the National Anti-Slavery Standard. There are a-few places yet left in Boston, of universal interest. Lpasjed one of the chiefest yesterday, in Hanover street, which I soppose suggested the tram of (bought (if such discursive rambling* deserve the name) in the latter. Do you see that house at the eorfter of Hanover slid Union streets, with a gilt ball protruding from its corner, diagonally into the street T It has no architectural pretensions to arrest a passer-by. It is ¦ plain brick house, nf three stories, with small windows, close together, and exceeding small panes of glass in them ^ the walls of a dingy yellow. Yet it is a house swarming with associations inte'resling to well nurtured minds througho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

'• ffib^cr.iiSJiBii.s ""WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

Free Trade. x Qb (slims '. thou laborer in the human field, - fjjwhose ruJje *'the '" mortol thing* m ust yield; Cutting off beauty in the proudest hour, D«pnvi«g nongth of alibi* vaunted power—, ' Among ihy niiny iloingi, thou, of 'ate", Hart done at lead 'some serrice to the state ;" Mowing Protection down ^ while Free Trade elands, The harbinger of good to distant lanrli; And radiant memory paints, in fcolora warm, The last great deed in politics-^ Reform, Commercial liberty !— a magic aoind—\ plant first watered, e'en on British ground.' ' i t i And Ihey who set it tWre «lre*d«l see the sbeltenngSjratiches of • healthy tree Equal/protection give to all who seek Their t-oonU-ous shade;—the powerful or weak. 'l^vou—great league.and leauguers !—unto you Wi!lgrateful commerce par a tribute due; While many foreign land* your worth proclaim,. . And your example make their highest aim. Sre j!uw«, thawing in its icy. clime, Adopt the leadiqg1 spirit of the time, . Luring the shackles th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

\ IFrom Noah'* Sunday Times.] G'i '\Vashingloii and Cob. Let- at Dinner; or, a - . RriqlHlionary Jake. The character of the 'great man- who is rrmeiiiberetl as the lather of his\ country, ami «lio,«e rnemoiy is cherished by the enure world, is loo well known to need description here. One of his, chief -characteristics was a certain dignity which enabled htm to preserve his authority without any exlnbhi.on of superior austerity, lie was firm lo a degree, and >» strict a iliViplmanan as Frederick the r.reat.- witlToiit brutality or untalled-for severity. We have played his name in juxtaposition with that ul (Jen. Lee. This officer Was »srciMier from lite British array, and, when hf<Mji;ht prisoner to thisciiy by Harcourt, trea-N by the co'minander-itt-cllief of the British Wrs as,a; deserter, trntil the measures adop-N b» aar people towards Englishmen in their nwiHiy compelled his liberation on parole, "ii! fimllv his exchange. I.ee had seen much '¦rvite, having- held Hh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

1 . The JF«*«lcral Par«y. The universal prescriptive disposition, which ha* ever . characterized the Federal pari; is truly disgusting and heart-sickening, lie who chances to be a Democrat, be his worth, talents snd virtues what the; msy—though he may possess .» private character without spot or blemish, and a mind to adorn Ihe roost accomplished statesman, and a heart devoted to ptitriolisni and truth ; yet, if accident bring him into notoriety, or the voice of his countrymen call him into public life, he ia duomedj inevitably doomed to feel ihe scorpion la»h of lhat parly who bale democracy, and hate him for hi* worth - and. republican principle,. Democratic public servants—those whom the sovereign power of the people have placed io elevated stations of honor and trust—all seem lo be looked upon by the whole federal party, anil especially the'federal press, as fit marks .for their abaft* of vituperation and calumny; and ah have learned lo .expect an stuck from that parly for every...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

AJ^s^u. ! Vk* "resident Dal aa Mwalu alder** on the oecaaksa of lay sag &• codarr stsaw of.this Writs**, recenuy, at Waekiagtoi dty, fros* which ws'saak* lbs Wrowisg extract,** e plan*ascy<f th* character of th* institution and Taw ofjcej «o.l»*>p!su»J by ke trsutor in making the^QesJ. ".' i - J' Jai*a Soiilbsuri, a! Loodooer txws^ aaxT fuming to be the aon of a disunguisbed ooMemsn, gav* bis life ekatartsjy to wsraMiaal fmaaila, sod *sj>*ei*Ilj to nsrarchesin physical sbd exjawiasenlal scaanca. Supplied wiih larger means'thin bis wants required, and steadily practicing a *"ict scrims of personal economy, bo araassrd eonsidereblv fVirtupe. He died »t Qrno* in 1839,and by hia will bequeathed hi* aCcumvlKred propetty to Ibis Uni«n-<- » country that. nolWKhsrenjding his change of s'ode, he bad never visitrdjwbnee citixoos be bad never associated wilb,bot in whose/inevilable future greatness be saw the most solid ground An which to cast the anchor of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

Liter Nets trm Meiico Gen. *»«'« Army wutiitg onto pti jCepital ~Z^rW#JWfflwrsw /A'cl.OOO men^fuelUm turrendtr*~~Nect*tit)f'of reinforcing Scott —Santa Jliul* in the^Afountama—fberirei to retire/nim th£$aytttrtf--a ttite Mexican General Scott bsa desaWinrd to push on .to the City of Mexico, withusii watting for rein-(oicemeoi* or supplies, tie has adopted the policy of Cortvz, wbt^iwohundrsd^years ago on the very shore now occupied by our troop*, collected together bis ships, and in the r>re»>iea of hi* litde army burnt ihe whole fleet, by which alone they could ever hope to return across ihe raging sea 'they bad just iraveiteuT" So Geo. Scott, wilh his small brave army, drop his base oi operalton* at Jalapa, and without a reserve or line of c> nimuniratioii*, pushes on towards the chy of which be ha*, ere ibis become a secondi-conqueror. He left Jalap* with but eight thousand men. Of these, thfse thousand are volunteers, whose term will expire about the time he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

' ' (Correspondencies'the New York 8un.] Washington, 15ih, May, 1847. - Thousands 'of our citizen*, amongst .whom wets many patriotic ladies, visited the War Dsoattment during this forenoon,.for the purpose ofsjarvey ing the interesting trophies captwsed, hy Gen. Scott, at Vera Cruz, and broughvonby the gallant Colonel Bankhead. They constat of two national flags, ous of wbicb floated over the far-famed Castle, and the other over the city. Each measures l&by 21 feel, of inferior bunting—tri-colored, red, while and green, with a coal of arms in the centre, eagle, with serpen I in its beak, feel resting upon the cactus. The former is old. worn and dirty. Aue^het flag, about 3 by 5 feel in in size, i* composed of silk ; spread eagle in ibe centre, over which are the word* •• Satiation Permimente, -Vo2." The eagle and lettering is finely embroidered ; doubtless the handiwork of the fair ttnnra* or aenorita* ol Mexico ; but, sa the glur/ o4 dip nation departed, every article in i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

Habtiical and Idrdcrnm Act. Sixty Peraona Poitoned—Ten for Twelve Dead—Eighteen or Twenty others ZWspaired of. [From the New Orleans Delta, of 11th hart.} A friend of ours received a letter yesterday from hi* brother, who resides in the parish of Sabine. It ia dated on the 2d inst., and besides some reference to matters of private business, contains the Inflowing startling extract Perhaps, lo do away with all idea of its being umulhentic, we might as well say that the letter came to Mr. Suite, Clerk of the House of Representatives, and was written by his brother. But to the extract: . " There has been one of the most unexampled acts t f poisoning committed in Shelby county, Texas, that I have ever beard of. There was s wedding at olo Mr, Wilkinson's, of an orphan girl be raised, all which all the. invited guests were poisoned, inefnding the brides-maid and groomsman. Outvl 00 persons poisoned, thirty, Dr. Sharp |ays, will certainly die.- . ,. ' Ten or twelve ar&splready dead...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

Arrival of Ihe Britannia To^roysJnsaUsteam-paekeiBriiannia. Cspl. BewiR. arrived M Boston last Sunday night about midnight? She left Liverpool; on the 4tf> inst, and has accordingly made jibe patssgs in twelve sad a half days, j: The foreign events of the fortnight are not of striking wteresti In Portugal the lunu still keep the Queen's forces a* bay. The insurgents sre now too powerful and wealthy to be extinguished, by force, and means are in progress to buy off their hostility. The Queen of Spain and her husbam' show symioms of enduring each other. They have appeared together in punlic, and the reconciliation is said to hsve given rise to great rejoi cings. The Government education schemes bad passed to a third reading in the House of.Commons after a three niglila' debate, almost without opposition. A few days ago not fewer than 2,000 emigrants sailed from Hamburg for New York—In some parts of the country emigration is carried on lo almost an alarming extent, whole village...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

m tWeral Utitete fir Crura* HI* PopBlirtiy it Home'. The Federal papers boast largely of ihe „. popularity of theif candidate for Governor But when1 we come lo examine the record . are utterly astonished, /that a min should hh plaeedjtn nomination, by a party elalmjn: * the talent and all the decency." who Mase*!. ao Rifle popularity. Th* fact i. ^^ heie, »t Hamsbbrg. that had ihe Whi- n^ gates been lift to[a free snd unbiased seLuaT J asiks Coors«i.Esq.wof Adams coonty m^J[ have been the Whig candidate for Govern This is, howjSTer, foreign to our purpose w' desire to show that this Fsder&l AjAxi,!? a very small patern after all. *l-James Irvin las been a candidate for off some eight or tin times, and-never was ekT'i but twice, in the whole time,.iiotwith,UnJ|' circumstances sjnd divisions among the I) ^ crats always giave him the advantage of'th ground, and ille choise of riders. 'All, n * does not go to show lhat he is a vebv popnl" man. . ., No man in this -State, ef such...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

9auaw*+?^?^&*w£fBt09£SB^Ea^^2^^Kt TsjitULi I WeJoesday, May 2<j, y47 DE l5cRA.TlC KOMlaL*<|!10SS. • f j v(n» otovaaaoa; WANCIS R. SHUNK. . ' roa casii. e«i»^issio>nt», MOBRIS LOiS'GSTRETH, OTJI'l'XTnoVCHT COP3TT** _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

From Mexico. [By Express to, the New York Sun.] We have received by our special overland, •press, advices from New Orleans of tbe 11th nst., thiri'y-hours in advance of the mail.—f !rney contain further intelligence from General gjott,' Compdore Perry and General .Taylor. It is of considerable interest in the present nnceriain *ste of affairs in Mexico^~\ . According to the'letlers received in NW Orleans by lne James I*vJ>ay, there .were report/ ,(|oai dial the Merrcans were, melting their: bells to make cannon for the defence of Puebla anil 'he ^'aP',a'ij. V •• ^stated, however, on equally good authority; that both cities will jjdly surrender to tile Americans. , The report of the: proffered surrender of the Capital was giyen-bjy Major* Leonard to Gen. Ptllo*. * passenger in the James L. Day.— | t appears lhat a despatch from Gen. Scott had been received, stating lhat a deputation from ifff? Capita) bad reached the American lines, offerin" ><> surrender ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

LI ST OK TRAVERSE JURORS drawn for adjourned or Special Court of Oyer anil Terminer, to be held Jooe lutb. 1847. Leroy—Robert McKee; South Creek— Philo. Faasett jr, J. L. Phillip*? Durell—Bartholomew Laporu^ W. M. OuC Isaac , Enncs; ' ' Wyalusing—Benj, Brown | • Springfield—Thus. Wolcott; Armenia-—Lyman Morgan ; Rome— H. O. Cbubbuck, F. Cranmer; Monroe—Beder Wood, Edward T. Young, H. R Myers t Wysoi—Stephen SlricVUnd jr. Bertraod Wbhasy | Warren—Wm. Pendleton; Athens bore—Tbos. T-. Huston. J. Brelumbrack, Pike—Abner Wood; Albany—Geo. Miller, Robert Lewi*; Herriek—Blisha Keelec; Towandatp—J. M. W*tt»; O.well— Asa. Barrow, i W- P-y-o" J Lltcnneld—Benj. Ball | ; Burlington—Marcua Alexander. Hiram Qw; Columbia— Wm. Strait, Wm. H. Smith.; Well*—Robert T. Miller, C. 8. IngaUs j Standing 'Stone—Simon Stevens; ^ Shesbeqoin—Chas, Chaflos Anorcw W*bb; Lsroy—Cyru* Holcomb; Granville—Dunham Ro*s; Asyldm—Harry Brrney; " SmitbfieU— E. O. Durfey, Lyman Dur%, issiAllssi SnringhiU—Harry AcUey O. C. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

/ mms. wo&s&a, MOXIMim AMP MUkSTtJ* ****** Cmrmw .f»Mr mmMMtltga alraata, W HERE work io her uaswiUbs esass •vSsseAly tasbionably. and at hir prioss, Msy !«. tMT. T ADIESesaBnda ropwior ssawtsssnt sf PKE8S LiGOODB A CLOAKDIG8, *t MESCtTsTS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

LIST QF LETTERS remaining in the P. O. at Troy, Pa-, quarter ending March 31st. 1847 Avery WmC Lean Iren* Mr* , Adams Jaincs Mason Angelina s Atwood James Morgan Lyman Bliss Chester Or. M'Strowd D 3 Burt Mis* Ellen B M'N.ught Mslcomb Burnt Caleb Murry Jaa A. Wm P Ballard Jobn - M'une Phcsbe L Miss 3 Becker John McClelland John Bascora Joseph ..Phillip J W , . Basset! Andrew B Tierce Weightman Caid -Weden r Preston Colhen Curtis George { Park John T Carman Wm ' Bobbins Eao* R Fitch Stephen H. -' Kiddie Elisabeth P. Fairchild Myron. Reynolus S » Freeman Susan Mr* Rockwell Elita Mies Godarri Levi Stephens Z B Godsrd Lather Soper Aroo* HowhtodOxs Silvernsil Harriett Miss Horfmso Philip Sssssd Elihu 'Hatvhsy Benjamin Spah^ing John Huut Wm H Smith James M Hagar Dwvicf Slaur J B Jennings Ekraver Tear* Wm Kellogg WmT TownMoah Lane Corneliu* *rhomaS Sarah. Miaa I «.» **•*. .^-nom*» CyQesxer LISpeiTTE ' Williama John W Lang L W Williams Isaac Iiabarr Itary Y. Willson Benj Leonard Henry Willso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

PROCJaAMA HON. WHEREAS ibe Hon. Joss ]i. CoavssBAat, President Judge of the 13th Ji dicisl district, eosssing of the counties of Luxeme, Bradford and Tioga snd H. Morgan snd Reuben Wit Mr, eaork, Asaeckta Judges in and for the county of Bradford, bav* issued their precept bearing dale toe 4tt day of May 1847, Jo me directed, far holding an adjour aed court of Oyer and Terminer, at the Methodist Ch irch, in lb* Bare' of Towsnda, appointed a* the place for holding the Conn of said county, on Tuesday, the 6th day of June next. •AVIfe* U Ihtrsfmrs *rr«*jr flvtm, to those who are bound by recoj nbunee. or otherwise to' urosecute against the prisonrrs who are or assy be in the jail of said county, or who sre or shall be boassl to appesrst the said court, ^ are to be then snd there ts prosecute (gainst them as shall be just. Jurors w* requested lo be punctual in tbeirj attendance, agreeably to their notice. Dated at Tbwanda. the 4th day of May in the year of oar Lord 1847, sod of the Indep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

Died, ""at" Borou;h, on the lith insl., TacJiiir Kiss-*rt.»gedS7 years. ' , ' Al a »|icrij| meeting of Bradford Lodge, No. 167, ''• of 0. ('. held ^on the s^ime evening, ihe following l"«rali|j. jnj resolutions were unanimously adopted. , v'Wrrj», h hu p| caged (iod to remove from among 21?^'Wut'bCT Tr-u™tPi Kin»u»»n-,T*ol%tt1' That.it is with |feelings of deepest-regret (or >!' ht*,(1 ol tho ^ece* 88 of our worthy brother, ^"nom u «uch,w« entertained the highest regard.— L| ,,\ 1<!3, ""0ni«l of respect ti> hia memory, thb Lodgt ¦h' f^1 ku funeril in a body, and wear ihe accus-*2f! ,dP of mourning, j. I • „{ ,?",'"• T1>aJ »e deejily sympathise with the widow prdeceawd brother ip this most sad bereavemenL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

> ' ^KPrUN'S COURT SALE. 1 P""mance of an order of the OrphenVCourt in «»'S? I the-coun,> °f Bradford, held »#t Towsnda, ^*L h da ? "?f M».'> 1847« ,here wiU "• •^lPb*e,1 f ^' y public tendue or pulcry on the premises, on ^"J tbe leth day of June,neit, alone o'clock in the i^t *m' * certain piece or parcel of land situate, lying u ku~ '" tlrt u>wn,b'P of Shesbeqoin and bounded JT*«: On the north by Archibald Forbes, on the \ ^fe! V^'Wd Forbes and Geo. Chaffee, on the Ngjoi01"10-Townerand Julia Towner his wUe« •^t WeW by ** Buaquehanna river, containing r»»»r i^"Iy '"" mon °'leM> *D0Dt twelve «erss im'«W' T*?8 the Und or •°»«l »f hw^ belonf lo Wm. , W,?^™ e,ute of *is fslher, Eltiha Forbes^dee'd.. ^ otieAequm township. Term* made known on "•Jof.sU.. IaRXEST FORBES, ¦ ¦ sW^.'. .. ^oirdianofWm.Forbe*. "•""loin, May 25,1847.

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