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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

Shaving and Hair Dressing. Solmnon Cooper, ,.. HESPECTKUI.LY informs his old friend.and patrons, that having been obliged to abandon ttis former sta'nd on the afternoon of the 12th ult„he is now permanently located on the west side of the public square, two doors north oft Briggs' tavrrn. grateful Tor past Jlvors, tic ho|>es by superior skill and attention to merit an increase of patronnge in future. _ j He will always keep on hand a siupply of oils, essences, perfumery, and wbatevci \y/ktetsmj to give an agreeable finish to his operuUjffls,.and will spare no pains in his endeavors to adaptlus style to snjt the varying tastes of his customers//' AI.^O—:*hampoouino/1br restoring snd • sure preventative to keep ihri Hair from, falling out, or turning crav, for a beautiful head of hair is a powerful auxihar

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

T ) HINTS, of every variety and style, foreign and dornestUrfnow opening at wholesale and retail, St •ulj}/' MO.NTANYffS & CO. ¦TVrInGES & GIMPS, oT all kinds; also. Buttons X end other trimmings for ladies' dreasesand viaeU», by aulS M.OXTANVE &. CO. C ~ LOTH8."CASSIMERES & VESTINGS of very supeiior stylo and finish, anJ-al prices to suit those who wish to purchase cheap. ' B„t8 MONTAIVYES it CO. SHOES—Ladies' Misses and Children's, ¦ larpeva riery on Iran.) at jr'J. ! liRTTS*. FOR RENT. fifg gb THE VALUABLE KARM' of the nth* •JESsS; seriber situate about onn and thiee-fbortha t$OT3sn* miles from the borough of Towa'nda, is <* J^t fored lor rent for a teVm of one year or aaofe. It contains about eighty acres of iripcoved land, with the necessary buildings thereon. For further particulars, and for terms, enquire of 111v«sc»»Mwear, E»q. of Towiinda. JAMBS NESTOR. Towanda, Auircst 27, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

DEMOCRATIC NOMIX .VTIOSS von . FRANCIS U. SHUNK. \ ¦ ton e*y\t r»\*iMio)i».n, MORRIS LONCiSTRETII, „»"». or »o<rro«iceiir cmrsrr.' *'* ¦"¦" i>ciirorra4lc County Tlcke«. r««. AicpnEst^TJTlvrs, A ' KRAKCI8 SIMITtr. of Trnv Borough, AKCNAI1 WCVTTLES, of Rome. von TUStsvacM, L—' J.VSIBS H. PECK., of Wtudham. roil rn^mtuMOfm. HIR.VM SPElR, of l»pr»ug«elH. Ti»« »rniTfJn, RANl'BL. W.' RHBRABDi or Granville.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

Deatb. of Silas Wrlghl Wo announce witli extreme sorrow tlie demise of this distinguished sStatesman, at his residence in fit Lawrence Co. N. V., on Friday die 27th ult. by a stroke of appoplexy. Mr. Wrights death at this moment is a calamity to the whole nation. He . would almost certainly have, been the candidate of the" Democratic party, at the next election for President, aureus certainly would he have been elected. In every position he evinced talents of the ' highest order, ami proved a tower of strength to the ' party, to which he belonged, ami of which at this timehe was the soul and centre. He ha*j long-been identified with the history of Ifis country, and in all the various otlices h« tilled, was fuIly?eo,uaI to the discharge of their duties.— His death has caused a void which will not soiiji be filled. Deeply do we regret that the Empire Stale, the Nation and the Democracy have so much cause for deep lie;irt-felt regret at thissuddeii and unlocked or event. A great uianji...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

accounts of tanning operations are usually kept the actual profit or loss, can hardly ever be determined with anything like accuracy. Believing that any remarks which tend to ehow. how the great object of farming can be beat attain-, ed, will be read'with interest and advantage, we submit the following synopsis of a discussion on the " Profits of. Farming," which took place at me Agricultural meetings held at the Slate Ho|se in-Boston, daring the hist winter. The reports «f the discussion, as published in several of die R§fon papers, were given in considerable detail; but we have only attempted to preserve the substance. Mr. Sheldon of Wilmington, Deleware, said mat though it was,'sometimes denied that there was no business which gave a better profit. Nine tfjrmers out every ten connived without any system to get along: and there was no other business that would give a man a living with bo little system as most farmer's practised. It was true that men of capital often foiled but it ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

WstlB Reforms. * The Argus is anxious'to again Tidve a Whig ^A~ gislature -r the reason urged is, that die Whigs may complete the reforms conjtnenced by them at tbe ^ tilSt &ypT ^'b^'imjifletice! Just look Apton* oitheir.anempie4jtefoi^ th# lau^Jrhjch pasted t$w V?hiJ|louse foi«heSal^i'' >«'#lilfn *# oi fj|b,ic w#ks. A ^ fcheipe oflrau^ nnd vi|j»uiy ttiore inlaionsdiMi the history, of legislatioitever li-fore presented. ' A scheme, which if it had not been arrested by a Democratic Senate, would have involved Pennsylvania ih irrelrievnble bankruptcy. Transferrin;: also to a gigantic mammoth corporation. pull:icnl iiillnem-e and power. compared with which, Uie' Rank of the. Cniled Slates was but a pigmy. This is the attempted reform they would carry out. We-refer our readers, and would pnrticnlarly^call their atlenUou ^ againj. and agaiii ^ lo the cin-iHar oftluj Deiuocrati.cCciitr.il Coimniltec piiblL-hcil rci-eully by "-*, "" u'n* snhjecl. ill is a tcuth-lellitig. ami...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

Jtemo from ail Nolion- -.<*«nwe kj,«««b**w^ --»»¦ - *aeirr*4**&*£**»i*r^'^*'Y The notorious Maria Monk'» now an inmate oi Stale prison at Sing Sing, having been sent flulhet ^aac^yMon^m^ dImKew|. , ' & Tba^Susffeninon AfSttA^of^e Niag Ira #er, just below|tbe ills seems cergfi of «^ -*es^Ti.feroro«ap Sa) %iot s# that th >hofe of 6?*0 AoM ««125 a*»re, Were wid i^ ^ree?*onr^>n the VJ* in«\ W-. f:ft .J ^ Two rattle suokes were kifleof^byMr. Solomon Lewio, near the head of the Canadaigua Lake, in-New York, a few. days since; each, measurin" over sitleet'WIc^hranuTmr^ atMthe other fifteen rattles. ^ Several sueccsejiij experimentfrhave been recently made hi France on the etherization of bees.so as to be able to take their honey while they are in.a itate of inaction, without tin? ueCjj»»^ 4rfdetipjyuis their lives. ' • "«^a tftfeeif yenw bid; #iT "s^rfo^ffiefMBfise of correction, in Boston last week, as a common, druukard, on the complaint of his father...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

From. Mexico. petted. v - ThjB stearnefAGalveston , fioraiVeraaCrn ifcilso, uruwsd Ja^aimco on the Mill, and MBraiw «m.J ihe^^.^By Mr we have, j *erefa^gatesp8ta»; sevlrelyliandra. Captain Fah*had*and^apU BeSco t^ coKVmies had a figl* vrhnl thof^juir,? rilla'parties and a serious a^air at the National Bridge. i ' ;' l , ^yvk&»xf~4**tm ^^#34rH*,,^'Wa'' goons report an action eight miles from me Rational Bridge, and that Capts. Baldwin and Cumnnngs were wounded. Twenty-fiVe Mexicans and eight Americans were lulled. The Amerk-ans being reinforced, a hard light OTfrs:ejpacted# we bridge. TheTetflhMhfatftH1 , under Major Lally, had a Jate&fcfli^vrf were comlnclmg Ihe baggage wagons, or train, and little or no hnrtn was done. . Gen. Scott left Pueblaon the 7tb!>of Aug., and expected to fight a severe battle between PueMa and the citv Of Mexico ' ' ¦ " The" communications being Interrupted, and the special express from PueMa having been cut oil, we have no advices di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

liberty Convention. The annual Convention, of the Liber,.!. Bradford County ket at die, office of \v„, u-rt> r< P3»i 3era la,u H °» Saturday, the 4th of C4"" ^efinii palniani to the call0fUie Stanl ?""<• biitteTm. fJ. HiNMAN was calU-d Zft' ' '«•¦ Bad Af. Camp (appointed Secretary lV ; Johomeelcf, J. VV. Ingham, t;. ft A, ptenryHitlet wriro appointed a CdUmine(!7 ,*"' kesolulHis. . ee lo 'iu:i * Joseph Spaldifcr, Albert Camp, i>r (jn, Samnel Hillbumc, were appointed a con ""n J "'' rnakn nnrniftiiltnnM. "ltj]t>-, ¦ •"nrh'a^m'ihSBWDif resolufions reporte,, „ lowing, whiehtvere considered au'l'm !,iadontcd, excepting the ninth, and thai l""^h die eleventh, t-dntained in brackets ut*» '' Vote was takerJ, and dtey w^re. (,v ^, "ll"'! "'' sent, laid over for further consideration'. "10" ''""• Resolved, Tliat the Liberty par| v „ on the avowedlprinciple ot the elm.!, '"p3 "'*! wssm^aj^ msm^i:^ dom and tiie^ibtfeciiOn rjf the fid,,. J 7**'Fr" invaded byef...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

'. ._¦ — -j-—'far —' ¦¦' ¦ ¦tfgjvtofrvi -^<#y#' Tmraoda, Wednesday, Sept. s, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

Democratic tounly Convention. - Tlie delegates from die several election districts of Bradford county, met in diis Borough, on Tuesdawveiimn. Sijplenilier 8, and organized by calling (il'V TO/.WK to tlie chair. ;uid electing t'n.is: SrorKWKM. aiid J. V. (IazlaV Secretaries. Tho tulliiwliig named gentlemen presented llieir credentials, and took their seats as Delegates : Allien* boro —J. E. Canfield, H. C. Baird ; tH-p.—Guy Tii/.cr, 8. Hayden ; Armenia—Reuben Mason, O. D. Field ; Albanjt--Ji.hn M'tJ.ivern. Arunah Ladd; Asylo'in—Barnard tjnick, D. O. Miller; Hi,"rliii<ri,,n—Merlin ll.ill.iril. Wm. Vosburs: \^J Canlon—Charles Stock«-ell, A. Bnihirell; % Columbia—Curtis Merrill, C. S. M'Kean ; ™ Durell,—B. Laporte, VV. MrOotV; leti Franklin—Ezra Champion, Hiram Rockwell; pa£| Granville—-Wm. Banyan, James H. Boss; __ Het rick—Lucius Heed, Calvin Stone ; men . „». , n ,_ ¦ , r* t»:»i-.^^. ,U Lcntv elson RunnelsACPickard . T —"N , . . ; dre¥ Litclifield—1). P. Cotton; Russell Hadloc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

[From 111*- Picnyunc ol" AuguslSl.J The Escape or P.irkoes.—Tlie more we think of this event, ihe more imfortnnate do we regard it for the cause r f peace, faint as onr hopes were before of die speedy termination of Ihe war. Grave censure will Tall on otlicial heads for the failure lo arrest Paredes.. and yet we do not permit ourselves tg donbt that Ihe Secretary of War and the diplomatic asenl" of the Government in Europe will be found to have discharged their duty in tlie premises in good time. It is not necessary lo prejudge the case and designate more particularly those on whom the wetsht of responsibility resit": public opinion has already declared itself wilh fatal distinctness. From Vera Cruz we leam dial Senor Alocha met Gen. Paredes after die latter landed, and recognized him.*' Parade* is understood to hate signified to him bv assign to ''keep dark." and the handsome senor did so for the space of an hobr^ or more—at all events until the distinguished Mexican had passed out...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

tiJeeWtj Rctiiru) of Hjc Uta**- Philadelphia Markrl. \ Fri.hu SeptemP" X I ^ Fkoi-b aKoMkil—The 'Floor marltet !«• dull and inactive thromrbont the week, aw . ,t ha|-e declined I2J cts-perbhl. ' Sales cat? ' week ot" 1300 bbls fresh ground Peiuw n'*'-" pott al -?5.87J. , .. -,*i Giuij..—Wheat.has declined, an.! tin J^i ari inereasina. Sales of tiiwv bushel* "J -"> filt old Penna. white at-1*1.28 and -I.3S, n'>:¦',,;,.. ¦mixed at s|.28 : goijil red at si.-5 M, ;J,"M„, > 000 bushels Southern red'at "1 11 l>" '' -' ^ ,;, fair to prime quality chiefly at si.12 »"" ^^ A (solo 500 bushels'llhnois're.!, via >l'w ,^ ., SlLlO, delivered on board. To-dai ""'^p,,; nejw Southern red were ill SI.12 anJ ">¦ ^ , ^ is|held at 1.18 and 1.24. Rxc-i^-lI« ; \.~ bijshels at 75 and 7l>, and some at '* *) . fnfi Prices are steady. .Siilips o( 3"'»". M ,,^ '•' yellow at 15 and 7t> cts >2l«W Soudicm n . j aiid 7+, an.l inferior at .71 cts. &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

Ynu'ASUi Kjn itios.—jA violent eruption of the. velian" of theislaiiilof Ktjgo, Cape Verd, took place en ihc'i'1'1 °f April. At apout seven o'clock in the evening, a -subterranean noise was heard, which was repeated about twenty minutes after,-and again rei eiited about.an hour later. On the la?t occasion the craters ol the volcano opened, a Jhick smoke issued t'orih and covered the horizon, enormqns Montis and showers-of cinders were thrown in the air. and then burning lava flowed from the seva*r o-ieiini-;- "tllLr v°lcano in the direction of the col^. '• ve„t ot.the Holy Sacrament.'and finally aravediat the sea. taking about four hours to traverse a difc i.uue of ahont three mile?. The lava continued t? Il.nv lor sp'mi* time, and .rapidly increased every moment t Tlie around, traversed by".it is complete-U raiagcd. Animate,' vines, tropf, house's, anil buildincs, have been swept away., Thepoor cofo'n'i-fs have"preserved, nolh'mg, and are'ni a state r)f the most frightful misery. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

. Dkd, !:• this l«,r.nn;h, on Wednesday, Sept. 8, Col. Hi bam Mi.t. aged 60. years.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

Cuohias .and Parlor Stoves. "Il'sr received at MOXTA\YUS ,V CO'S, a l.irge «J lot — .Mm, PIPE, and a few second-hs-nd stnve«, all • .I niiiih'iv\lilie sold cheap fo. pay-. Sept. 7; 1847. —,*. - - ... _ Bradford County Cavalry. % "\ ^pl are C'.tulfiaildcd Ij appear properly unued and . I .-.juippod, hi the law direct--", fur -military parade .'«n->! 'tjl, on Saturday, the 2*1 H-iy of October next, at .'"i I'H-k, A, M-, al Woodruff's Iloiel, in Towanda. r-J^i-t. P. WM..TROI;"l'. Captain. . s *r.<i0'u* rcivc< i <j:Cio-wtip"a . \w Arrival in Towanda, of a Spltuilid Lot of Rrady inuile Clothing, Tl'IIJCH I-will sell 30 per cent, cheaper ihan can » V tie not al any .other pldcc, which is an cxlruorditury incident. ¦ ;To all ca«h buyers, I would -say, come and we fur yourselves, 1 can. bo found al all nines, three doors nortll of Bridgc-st. My asuorlinem <o».-i»U ol Cloukt-ainf Cmiii. awl IV«f\ of all kind*: l'nnl>.-rj \ Inini CiUnnnnr. Ft-Uti lilu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

- '£'JiW (S-©<2)ISi.S5r - I1 »T liKClHVElXA iVEW SUPPfcY OF " I>L V titiops, - ¦ » VKOCJiRlES, CbflFISH, Ar a ' MAOKT. .RXL, HFrv-C - *'>lrn arc f°r*a'c Tery <*cap at U. KINIJS"i -s Jwclling house, up four stone steps. au.18 DISSOLUTION." ° I "B inrtnership heretofore existing between ihe sub-<1« r"'1"*' «"der ibe firm of Wilcox fc Sage, is this ' s"0lvt,| |,v niuiual consent. " The 'accounts ace ^ ""Iwmlsof'jo'bn W.Wilcox, by whom Ihey will "¦tilnl. „|| pes,,,,, rndoblcd, are ceijuested lo make "•"xluie payment. J. \V. WILCOX, ^".u«i lit, 1847. . P..SAOE. (> y-'h fS, of every slyle bought dieap for ca»h—H^. , '*Uof PARASOLS, will be sold at c.wl lo ^ '•'"¦ lot, at No. S^Brick Bow. i C.REE'D. ' :y{ |SPK(;iAL COURT. \ l».E is hereby given that a special court of ,[„ [""""on Pleas will U held at Towanda on Moni^ ij"4 *•''!> l,»y ?f Oct. next, at 2 o'clock,- P. M_ by tin, 0" , dUain Jessun, for the' Irbl-of the several » -»nidi hare bcef...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

NO. 3. 1NVT0WN AGAIN. THE eubacribeis art a little later than usnal this spring wilh their extensive stock of merchandize; but what the good people of Bradford county have lost by our-dclay, we, will now endeavor to make up to them in the quantity, Quality and price of our goods. We are now an hand with;, the LARGEST, BEST A .\D C H EAPEST stock of goods in 'i'owamda, bought exclusively foi cash, and since the great red action in prices. Ou'f stock consists as usual of d)ry Goods, Groceries. Crockery, Hardin * ware, Drugs-ami Medicines. For further particulars look along ihrousrh the paper. We need not say " Call mid ex.iiiiinci.ur Oood*," for we know that every body will cull al No. 3, before purchasing elsewhere. WM. H. BAIRD & CO. ' June IB, 18-17.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

LAUIKS DKESS UOODS ^ J I. ST received at No. 3 Brick Row, an extensive assurtraenf of rich and desiiable dress goods of the latest, style, sUrh asstripe.1 Tarlrlon, embroidered muslin. Cherry 'lustre, M. Do Laine, (iingham Lawn, mourning organdie, Balzorinc Gingham Robes, Ladies sniped dresses, together wilh all the new and fashionable fanry goods that roald be, found in the city of .New York, nnd will be sold cheaper'than the same good.? can be bought at any, othc-ci tablisbmcnl in the county. Remember this, and before vf u purchase slop into - ''BAIR 11*8 NO. 3. B. R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

H ATS—The largest and best selected assortment of Summer Hats, con^isiiiiix ofl'anamn.English straw, Dunstable, Pedal, Palmleaf, &c, for sale cheap nt BATRD'8 B ONNETS—Florence, China Pedal, Straw and 1, iwn Bonnets, all of the latest la-sl/ions, at ¦(. B.VRD'S. BO OTS & SIlOE-S—Men's Calf aud M orocco Iwots, and Congress gaiters, and I.udies shoes of every description at BAIRD'S. PAINTSj'A OILS—Linseed. Lamp and Ta-ryier's Oil — While Lead, dry and ground Vc-nilian Red, and all l*ind* of Paints for sale at the rhc.ipest store in Towanda. ItAlKD'S NO. 3, B.*R. 1^1^11,— Mackerel, Shad, and Codlinh iji great abund..nreat BAIRU'S, /"tJtOCERlES.-^php be>t article of Tea Codec Su-Vl\ar, KireT.ibacro. Ae.,(ati be found »t BAIRD'S. DRV GOODS.— Everything in tie line of Dry liooik usually kept in this counliy, or e.er wanted for use, e.an be found at No. 3. The said i^oods were purchased in New York after ihe great rush was over, and when ihere was a great depr«V}Mni^...

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