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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

(33^.smin ©sr^aaisr-77it* woj Jfbr Bargains! THE subscriber world respectfully «ay-to hia oM customers snd the publie generally, that b? h re-commenced the mat mfacturo of Chairs, etc., >i i,** old shop on the north side of Bridge street, in iK«'i,„:ij ing known a. the « Y allow Horn*. * & k^L"U'"- stantly on Band, or wi Intake' to order, (in a seat Vnd durable style) all article*fn bis line as cntlp M|^' cheapest. His friends can'£e supplied with. ¦ Funey. Winxor ana Common Chairs, ofdiffrt. enTpatlerns—Settees, Rocking Chain ' Children's Chairs, r$-e., fyc. ' ' Also—Bedsteads and Tables-Call ¦ and see mo at my shop on Bridge street, ,nJ i' will satisfy you tbatyou eatt boy reasonable.' N. B.->-Wbilq wmu,. Cucumber sod Basswoo.1 plank, wanted in exobshge for chain uoreasonaols term*. : JESSE TAVL0R . Towanda, Jan. SO, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

PRINT*—500 different styles, bought in the ^ New. York, by the1 Case, on. the "mih rfeti'" ' and wi/1 be'sold iccordinfely. BAIRB «l ^ Terms of ihe Bradford Repa**' Two djJlars and fifty cents per annum ; Firr? •' deducted if paid within tho year) and for-C.V&» ally in advance, O.vk Dollar will be deducted- ^ « Sobscribers al liberty to discontinue al air. " ^ct paying arrearages. Most kinds of Cocuvar P»u received in payment, at iho market price. t*el* Advnttisemciil-s, not exceeding a s<)orrre . lioBl line*, inserted for.fifly cents; every subsequent »'• twenlv-fiveccnl*. A discount made to yearly ™'", „. Jo« Pni>Ti>o, of every descriprJoti, nearly an peiluiously executed on now and fashionahle t>'P'- Lcttcrson business pertaining to the qlEce niU1'. ree^of poiitagc, to ensure attention.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

TOAVAffDA*. ;•--. I ffleunefl&aa ijHorhinn, SUgnst 25, 1847 --¦ '• ¦ ¦ . < • ~ ~^ ;Frora Cliamlwra'.CjxlopcdiaoEEiig iiih Literature.] Times g* ky. Tmm». The lopped tree in Ime may grow again ' Most naked plants renew both fruit.and flower, The sorrje.it wight may find release in pain The driest'soil suck in some moistening, shower, Times go by lurn% and chances change by course From foul » fair, from better hap to worse. The sea of fortune doth not ever flow, She draws her favors to the lowest ebb; Her tides have equal times to come and go; - Her loom doth weave the fine and coarsest web j(o )oy so great, but runneth to an end. No hap so hard but may in fine amend. >'oi always fall of leaf, nor ever spring, Nor endless night, nor yet eternal day ; The saddest Birds a season find w.sing,! ¦ . ' ' The roughest storm a calm may soon allay. Thus, with succeeding turns, God tempered! all, That man may hope to rise, yet fear to fall. ' • A chance may win- that by mi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

I Will! nr t. s. AKTiitn. ' Ynu look sober, Laura. What has thrown a i uvi'V.\inir happy face?" £aid Mrs. Cleaveland,; i her niece, one nionimg, 0H--finding her alone, :i4 ?viih a thoughtful countenance. D> I fciilly loot sober.'"' and Laura smiled as • " - , ' "'!>» •' ¦ • \ nu Jul just now. But the sunshine has al-¦¦jpv di-pclled the tiancient cloud. I am glad that ¦¦ ¦ in w.is not portended." « I li-h siiWr. aunt," Laura said, after a few mo-•'-—!ht lace again becoming serious. Su 1 .-supposed, from your looks/' \ii,l I teel'sober still." .¦Why!" - - •¦ l^ini really discouraged, aunt." ¦ \kuit what!" . The niaiden s cheek deepetied its hue, but she 1 ¦ '-o! reply.' ¦ ^ ni; and Harry have not fatten out like a pair ¦' ¦¦ !>h lovers. I hope." Oh. no!'-' was the.quick and emphatic answer. Tin'ii what has troubled the quiet waters of you ';n k ' " \boiu wliat are you discouraged ! ! u'i!l tell you." the'tnaiden replied. " It was ".h atmui a week after my engageme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

[It rom the Bvemnf MiaotiJ Ballad. \ I _ . ^. *" "Lou, Uau lo»L"—Scott: \Shine, OJ moonbeam, thro* my lattice, ^Thro' my casement gently "fall j ! Lebthy shadows dimly picture, Fairy, figures on the wall: So ihy light, will but remind me, That there^was a blessed day, When I lived—a* now I live not—Fur my wits havexflea away. Gaze upon me, sfarj of heaven, ' Watch me through the silent night; - - - When methinks the angels whKper, To my vacant he"art, respite! \J_ And their voices will remind me, >. That there was a blessed day, . n. When I hoped—as now I hope-not—r ' ^t For my wits have passed away. ^ Wooed andw-on—and lost forever ! Lost was I ere fairly won i—WrtherM branches—gather'd roses! Is there truth beneath the sun! So he told me, and I believ'd him; Ah ! it was a blessed day, -'' When I loved—as now} love not—For my wits have fled away, Lovinp most, but all too trustful, « - X. How- 4*ep 10Te w'" conquer fears! Smiling through a dream—I waken'd . Wilh my eye-lids w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

Relationship of BCD mee. In looking abroad upon the world and consider-, ing die condition of its" inhabitants we perceive' that we are very flir from being indej leudent beings, for within ourselves we possese - not the elements necessary, for foe support of tile, but are dependent on the-most signiftcimt things around us for'the meansfof existence—we cannot Uve-i i moment with out intercourse with the vpoild thai surrounds us, and while we live upon the subtle J ir, at the same time-there are many other aibstanci is necessary to 4 our existence wliich are'not so bout tifollyy-besow-it ed as air and water, but which ate as necessary, ^ and toprocute them in the most ecoi omical manner - experience has led to the founding of science, wliich is the arranged retult of met tal and ,physi caKexertion. AlNhe necessaries and comforts' sflife are derived from objerts around us, butthesi) in a state of nature are noVgenerally fit for our t se, hence, although the elemepts which support our ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

A,Parable for Utile] Girls. Naomi, the young and lovely daughter of Sala. thiel and Judith, was troubled in spirit, because, at the approaching feast of trumpets] she would be compelled to appear in her plain, undyed stola, while some of her young acquaintances would appear in blue and purple, and me fine linen of Egypt Her mother sajw the glooijnfthat appeared upon the face of her lovely child,! and taking her apart,, related to her tlhis parable) A dove thus made her complaint to the guardian spirit of the feathered tribe: i I u Kind genius, why'is it that the hoarse-voiced and strutting peacock spreads his giudy train tn the sun, dazzling the eyes of ever* beholder withL his richly btimished neck and roysl crown, the astonishment and admiration of each passer-by,, whilst I, in jmy plumage, am overlooked- and for-? j gotten by alj • Thy ways, kind {renius, seem not to be equal towards those under tl y care and pro-1 tection.'' The genius listened to her comilamt, and thus replied ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

L.Jt ^ X ' "" ^wtfwb f&pwter.' —_.,—,—~—*„„„ ™—.—,—i—Towanda, Wednesday, Augost 25,1847 DEMOCRATIC HOMISrATIOHS. __i - -*-—-¦- ¦- -rou £*rnnxtmf FRANCIS R. SHUNK. -to* canal, nmnunii MORRIS LONGSTHETH, OV BOUTS""«SVCOCSTV.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

fla^-* COMMITTEES OF VIGILANCE.-At • ¦ XT meeting of the Democratic Standing Committee of Bradford connty, convened in the borough of TWanda. on the 6th day of August. 18*7, pursuant to notice, the persons hereafter named were appointed Committees of Vigilance in their respeeuve election districts, whose duty it wiU be to call a meeting of the Democratic electors in each of their several boroughs and townships, on Saturday, the 4th of September next, for the-purpose of ejecting two Maoos'to refcr«enlj»id electors in the Democratic CountyT^vStion;.to be held in the bo r on gh of Towanda. on Tuesday, the 7th da^f 8fP,emb"' 1847,fof the purpose of nominating satiable persons for candidates to be supported at th|e coming genemi election: and for such other parpo.se- as said Convention may deem conducive to the progress o! Democratic principles. " It is. very desirable that full attendance be given at Che primary meetings, and to secure this, timely notice Of the hour and respective ^ pl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

KUcllon of Delegates. We desire to say a few words to our Democratic friends, in this county, on the subject of electing , their delegates lo* the convention to frame a county ticket, aiid we do not know that we say it better thai; to adopt the sentiment and language of the Perry county.'Democrat, on the same subject.— <: The time is fart approaching when the Democracy will be called apon in their several districts to ¦elect delegates to represent them in County Convention, we say to them, attend to your delegate . elections. These elections may be considered but trj.fling affairs by many of you—but be not deceiv--ed or deceive yourselves with such an idea,— Much, very much of the success of the democratic „*. party is dependent on the choice of honest and competent delegates. When the convention is composed of men who know the will of the people, and will go into the convention- with the single purpose of carrying, out that will, by placing in nomination, such only as are kn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

' MiltTW* CaaatT- ' ' Tte a**t tfjustice fo thenewcoonry of SflBivao has been fattd uponbjmepoiriawsiion^atypoii ed tar that propose. \i» Wetted «(t the geographical centre of the county, upon the lands of S. Mnf* ttMX, Esq. in makiiig tiW,selection of this ¦*», the best inWrMa of the people of tbeoounty have evidently been consulted. H^ere it can b« done in the original location of a county **h .* ¦l«M*M always be placed at the centre, because when once located, it cannot be changed, without injury to those who have rxpended their money upon the e'xpewatirw of being near the county seat So persoiicru) complain that be is nottairly dealt with Because all are placed upon the same footing. The Commissioners jn this instance; Hon: K. Wiubb, T. W. Ltbm and T. H. Wiuwfi, Ksqs., are aU tpen of good sound judgment. After viewing some dozen different scitesf they finally agreed unanimously upon that established by their report ' Mr. Meylert has generously agreed lo give land for the public ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

SeVM*Ms»'Day« Later twmtimifc at&>rtam Wtd^aijeyeaingii to 5o'clock, h.ri£»a* LiTeWa t HAM. on the 4th i5t Har'piaaaipin* wis made in (ahttle «rer fo|r« leM^iryV-V'-i, -"- :i.; > •"• i- '' " f\ M • ";'«MBawtt'lst»«ita dwetvedandmenew elaca»SpreM^J^Ti>roo»ly. 8o(Jk aa fee fe, turMtaT* been made, they show a completa" tnooph fat the Free Trade pinciples. Lord John Inairii, wtejirSI form %iww criK^Jaw^Bn n* •toetadtatto* City of London. •V:-:v^2-'*' Th«preap«e t» of the Harvest still continue xmexcapnooabry encouraging, and everywhere prointse a moat abundant yield. Harvestinghas already been began in some of the southern Counties. Tte cropt of; Wheat Oats and Bailey are univonally healthy j the ; Potato, notwithstanding all that has been said about the reappearance. of the disease of last year, is affected but to a reryuisif nitkant extent. Reports from Ireland are equalljf glowing. Famine and Disease are rapidly variish ing in Ireland, but, by a strange a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

torckln ftetrietb »f the iflarkcte. Stew Tsrtk Market. Friday August 2Cth. 1847 There has been a reaction in Flour which has taken it nearly back to the point from whence it. fell when the steamers news was received. *Small sales were made at $5,50 for Oswego, .5,25 for sound Ohio, and $5,62)-for Genessee in the morning, but the demand increasing and holders being firm, the rate was advanced to S5,75 and 5,78} for Genessee, $5,75 for Oswego and $5,52) and 5,75 for sound strait Michigan. The sales were about 8000 bbls., the whole being for home use and the east. There was a good demand at the close. Some shipping orders are in the market, but not at prices at which they can be executed. Meal is steady. Sales of 300 brls. at S2,50, a good parcel. Rye Flour is 4,12} ; sales 150 brls. For Wheat there is a moderate enquiry and the lower grades have not suffered as much as Genes-, see. A sale of 1000 bush, white Genessee, was' made at 1,25, and 3000 bush, red Western at about lOO.cts. for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

- - **. ^ fv-^^^'S>SJt»9^a^i\S^ii:^^K. I! -iS^Jy-TTa^gSal Is Amira, |oa Thur»d«>4hljAui of Abttut. w „J|ajM^^M»jB-4fa of Geo. W, Mason, •»£-*£.' .gg^y+^ny^** :-T? . Sen SUUcr tMCaMou. ^^* ©mweeis?© i m,pmsm^i S»w antfsl ii Ttwuii, if t gikHii u. „ 35,* , IctdjMie cirtMu, m" "tlTHKJH ! wttTsell SOptr ctnt. d^-jL ^ w i.fB»««yo«jwpto.,wiiiCr?v?«r^ •?««««* T. .Jl a* buyers. I ..^ ??-*; sad ass Cm yaersslvss. I can t» found „ -T*» •WterseartlisfBridge M,a-ortoe»iicS-S*' CUO§.mA Coat* , and Veto of all land, pZT{ VancrCaumen , Phm%uk do *'£*>* . , Qwto, Overcoat, , Sack CoaU, k ^ Alst> a Wrf Brmd deilu, Bbekprauk dbo. f«I •B ef which f »a arA very sharp. *' n->vr-, jr^asaaaMT -s w«k still dons, sad Cottb, ^ TriasasaBf doas cheap at. -Lv BACHELeTsW

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

ib» jXcmbwm£Vtam». OnerftlMj^icais;^of lMMf£% SfijCSKUSSaSaf^t to be a man of Vi*atoiidiiwia)ffo«WBniil* has Uthertojbieaairieproclieb^ f-AOrt^wtoiwwrJpl of the s^^wdnnrjas been discoreredat Athens, which, beside atreattse on Byxantine paiiiring, is Mud to contain an account oT the dssw!rrwityp> r*«w». «nd hints **ge inanntVmrfl of gtm cotton. In this manuscript, the art of producing photographic pictures » called •'Heborype." _ ' ¦ i rThe restry Trinity Church. N. Y. have determined to open the Tower of the Church to the putyic ...» .w ;.. tt.» nMl, eseentinc whenmiblic«CT-#1 MM— ¦ — C-CJ »M»J , •- »—— g~ -«» « vices take place. Ladies' Pages. Ortnmetrts by this pretty name are now in fashion in Paris, conidstins of a gold thumb and finger, t^spended by • cham to the waist, and obstructed with a springby which Hiey hold up a lady's dress in crossing wet sidewalks from shop to carrage. A man in New York is going about proclaiming himself to ihe Hebrews as the Messiah—the long...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

¦ *•• tt^ MiMrtwt tY*>M Mesftc*. ^^s^^ mm r-r { BtCHHOlin, Aug. I4> t«47. , The*eamer faahkmlalkaniT«4it;Ne4:i0rIe^1 from^Cniz ' She left the later portion tte 2d ""fien. Scott was at PoebU on the 304 of July, when there was strong probabili ty of an mmedisie advance on lhecapital. ; ' Gen. Valencia arrived at the capital oh Monday with four thousand troops. ! • , Gen. Pearce arrived at Perote after aa action with the guerrillas near the National Bridge: | lieut Pipton, of Indiana, and theSrirgeon of the Pennsylvania WmmMr^j j The courier of the British Legation! arrived at Vera Croz on the 81st, until, correspondence from .the capital of the 29th, and from Puebia of the '30th. , v Mr. Kendall represents the chances pf peace ^n ah unfavorable light .' He savs Scott will march immediately on the arrival ofPearce—certainly in the first week of Aug., and it is more than probable that the hardest fight yet will be at the city ofMexico. 4 ' The Mexicans were prepared to mee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

SPECIAL COURT. ^ i NOTICE i* herefcy given that » »P«^ ** common Pleaa will be held at Tow."* „_» umv the 25ih Jay of Oct next, «t .2 ".'l0 ^, *<** UM Hon. William Jeasup. for the wA « gy « causes which hsvs been eertirfrd W ^"^ ' which may bs seen at the ProthonoUTr« » ^ August 54th, 18*7. . ' A.McKEf-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

Mr* NORTH BRANCH ASSOCIATION:— JW *' The North Branch Association of Universalists will meet in Tioga Village, Tioga co., Pa., on the third Wednesday and Thnrsday-in September next, (ISth and l«th). All are invited to attend. By order; C. W. KINNEY, Standing <51erk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

mgF* T0 THE LIBERTY MEN OF BRADWRP FORD CO.—The' Liberty Men of Bradford County, are requested to meet in Convention, in Towanda, on Saturdap, the 4th day of September next,at 1 o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of nominating candidates to be supported at the ensuing general election: and for snch other purposes as they may deem necessary far the safety of freedom, and' the destruction of the slave power in oar country. A.C. HOfMAN, "\ M. W. WELDEN, 1 Standing JOHN KEELER, f Committee. ¦ • J. W. INGHAM.. J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

The Graefenbcrg Vegetable Pills. Tweity tliodub| traits sold eich udtrtry ml' THE (IRiEFENBERG COMPANY bmkj | i" notice thai P. C. INGER80LL, Elroir., for O mnng, Timpkins, Cayuga. Seneca, Ontario, Allegata;. Yatea, Sn i fe'teoben counties, N. V., and for Bradford. Warren, Crawford, Tioga, Potter, M'Kean, Erie, Cfotoa. Center, and Wyoming counties, Pehn. The General Agent i* fully prepared to appoint rob-Agents Wherever there is no branch of the Companr; ettksr on- personal application, or by mail, jwtf iw»f--| Ths rapid «ale of these celebrated pills and the b» dimrj eorea they are couaumtly effecting, render tte* by far, the most popular pill of tha age. r Ait Atmr wQT cJOftSMjOenily he very vahabfe. ' The Cmwfenberg PillauemconcernHT nfn** say svsr tefora discovered. In all biliooi complafflu ^ in fcoenil d«r»n»em«at of ths svatem . in all dltfriffl which raaolt from s osif (Cate of the blood, line p" arc a sovereign remedy.- ^ ^^ In theelasa ofdisesss eafleil chronic, ttv* GrseW...

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