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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

Oar Ceanitr Ceavratlsa aaul fc»*»*y Vfeketv We gave the proceedings, of, the Democrtaic County Convenfion,Iast,week^;bnt'We tecpnipaIled, by want of room, to pubbahtherrt 'withom^remaiks. We were pleased to see the most perfect harmony and. good feeling pervade., |Uthoagh several competitors entered the list for nomination, all were satisfied with the result: and the friends of the respective candidates will give to the nomiriees as hearty and cordial support as they would have rendered to their own peculiar favorites, bad they been successful. Ail could not succeed,: pod it Ulustrates the beauty and ability of the delegate system to see all who submit their claims .to a convention of delegates, chosen by the people, acquiesce cheerfully and cordially in their decision. The gentlemen, selected for the various county offices, are all men who are '-' honest and. capable,"—men who will discharge the duties incumbent upon them with fidelity and honesty of purpose, and to the best intere...

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

Letter fWMar^M^aTjknwtil^hsi^^ ( Wjuhi*cto»; August 25th, i8«f j GeSTtMtts—! ha re beto honored by the receipt of your kind invitation to unite With the Democracy of Old Berks in their Harvest Home celebration, to beheld at Reading on Saturday, the 28th inst_ I sTiodld esteem uboft a pleasure & a privilege tobe present oh that interestm^oceasioii; iti is therefore with regret that I haVe to inform yon, that mj pnbl fie duties during the] present week Will render this impossible. ' < I rejoice to observe that the glorious democracy of '-old Berks'' are buckling on their armor,and preparing for the approaching contest. It is long since an vjstale election has involved each important consequences for the. democracy of the fJiiioo, u the approaching election for Governor Of Pennn-K vania. On its'result may probably depend the ascendancy of the democracy of the Union for years to come. Hence dor democratic brethren of o her states are witnessirigthe contest with intense an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

go ¦¦saaaaajsajs—^— . "' —^^¦^^sssssasaaaaaaaaai £ From the Seat «f Watr. P tar*"*" "f nostilitiet—Sutisig for Peace—Mexi mlttr* Cmeress convoked. W fl,e following news, received at Philadelphia W * morning, was transmitted to the Herald of this m% The news is confused. The most material §f _rt ot it is, that there had been a skirm sh bet ween §§ mriion of the Mexican and American armies, and fetrf the Mexicans propose a suspension Of hostili-§§v to receive thc«propositions of Mr. Trist. I me in the, 2d inrt :thc -Vew Orleans Picayune feceiv-**?, m express the following highly important in-••• Ration. »hich arrived by me steamboat Fashion ,iieb let Vera Cruz on, the 27th of August anil .')Bipieo#on (he I9jh. jbetfews by this arrival is the most important ; 31 we have received in many months from Mex--\f, i)ur army has not only advanced,to the City , Mexico, but it has had two engagements with ^ ., enemy, clote under the walls of the City, and lfi««lJ)ic»i. „ K;' 'rbe-Mextfjins have ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

• ' MarrfM, By the Rev. Julius Foster, at "the Parsonage, To wanda, on Monday, the 8th inst, "Mr. M««bitt Kvirr, of Lackawanna, to MUs Avelihe Fiiam, ofMonroeton. v • ' By «D" ^ andercook. Esq- on Tuesda|' . 14th instant, « .£*" 0l!«»Tin to Miss Rt^i E. Taoarsoa, all of Ulster, Bradford county. ^T

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

»led, . In Binghkmion.N. T,on Monday'^he 30th ult,Mr. Rosn-r-'C. Wbitmobs, published of the " Binehamton Democrat," aged 28 yearsV In this city, on the 19th ult, of yellow fever, Mr. S. (XHicarr, a printer, aged S3 years, a native of Elmira, N. V. He was an industrious .young man, and much respected bv his fellow-craftsmen. —JV. O. Southerner. In Monroeton.on Sunday morning. 29th August, of pulmonary consumption, Mr*. Fmcm, wife of 8. W. Alden, in the 33d year of her age. The deceased had been for many years a worthy member of the M. E. church, and exemplified by her consistent course in all the relations of life the excellence of religion. Those with whom she had been long associated in the bonds of Christain fellowship, will deeply feel her loss-, bot their loss 1? her infinite gain. , ICn».

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

^a^yinau© i M<ai f Net Irrirtl is Towudi, of a Splendid Lot of Brady-made Clothing, WHICH I wilt sell 30 per cent, cheaper than can be got at any other place, which, is an extraordinary incident. To all cash buyer*, I would sat, come and aea for youraeives. I can be found at all times, three doora north of Bridge-tt My aasottmeat cooosUof Cloaks and Coats, and Vests of all kindi; Fonts, of Fancy Vassimert, Plain Black do.; Dress Coots, Overcoats, Sack Coats, Ire. Also, a lot of Broad cloths, Blaek\Frtnch cloth, fancy Cassimere, fancy/Vesting, blade satin resting, <Vc. , (fc., all of which I will-sell very, cheap.. 'Xj* Customer's work still done, and Catting and Trimming done cheap at L. BACHELER'S Towanda, Aug. 25, 1847. Clothing Store.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

_ ^l^aiibi*, Sh£$^ B@OTS AND SriOBS. Wbtt ¦ rei.i.h.Bt km! irtu »el ItUfiniM! T^u srANDS «»f ''»*« *• Question baa Wo asked, i Where so earth are all the Boots and Shoaa maunhctured that auppl, uie continual ruab at lha comer of Main and Bridge streaU I O'Hara answers that this is toe place, and these arc ihe things we do it with ! ^ ¦ ^^^^^ Sevtnfy eleven new fashion eHljl^S^^K neTV tw> '*rond»! ^^^ ^B Put on the Steam!! . Hear ye ! hear ye | and understand, that O'Hara, at the comer of Main arid Bridge streets, will sell at retail this aeaton. 39.T8JI, naira of Boota, Shoes and Brogana. at a teas piics than ever was or probably aver will be offored again n Towanda. JI ? ,e ,Ud'e*, D^«««n*« «n «hl» eatablishment is nehly furai»h»d with babiona. Indies', misses' and children's fancy and common boota and shoes, even to the extremity of the latest fashions. Mistake not the place -Comer of Main and Bridge streets, the only Shoe Store in Bradford County. Han* cash and half trade ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

NO. 3. IN TOWN AGAIN. THE aubacribeis area Utile later than usual this spring with their extensive stock of roarchandrse; bot what the good people of Bradford county have lost by oar delay, we will now endeavor to make ap to than in the quantity, quality and price of oar goals. We are now on hand with the LARGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST stockofgoo.UioTow.trfa, bought exclusively foi cash, and since the gnat redaction in prices. Oqr stock consists aa usual of ' Dry Good*, Groceries. Crockery, Hardware. Drug* and Medicine*. For further particular* look along through ihe paper. We need not say ¦* Call and examine oiir Goods,"- for we know that every body win call at No. 3, before purchasing elsewhere. WM. H. BAIRD & CO. June 16, 1847. LADIES DRESS GOODS. JUST received at No. 3 Brick Row, an extsnaive assortment of rich and deniable dress goods of the latest style, such as striped Tarleton, embroidered muslin. Cherry lu.tre, M. De Laine, Gingham Lawn, mourning-organdie, Balxnrine Gin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

WWAHEBilJEIAal1 SaRSHSUSo THE Subscriber offers his new stock of HATS AND CAPS at the first building sooth of the Brick Row. where the hat manufactory of Mr. Thomas was formerly kept. Those who wish to purchase for Cash, will be accommodated at very reduced prices.-— For Hats fronj one to. four dollars; Silk Hats from aoe to three dollars; Wool hats from thirty-seven anil a hall cent* to one dollar; Caps from eighteen cents to one dollar according to quality. HENRY MERCUR. May 37, 1847. j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

iaac* JaV X SaV TT jg- ^ j .q. . stasia? (do AaaaaB RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Towanda, and the public generally that be is prepared to execute in the neatest style alf descriptions of House. Sign, Coach or Carriage Painting, or Trimming ; and every variety of Fancy and Ornamental Painting.. From his long experience and fhe many specimens of his productions now in use, be entertains a flattering hope that by rlose application to his profession, and being prompt to order be may secure a suitable share of public patronage. He may he found at all lime* at the Chair Factory of Tomkina it Makinaon, where ha will be on hand to attend to the calls of those who may want bis serv.ee*. PAPER-HANGING dona on short notice, in a superior manner and reasonable term*. Towanda, July 6, 1847.. -^. ly4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

itia\^JtnrtUaano»9. ' ¦' d«ill!aM!OT»li»fcJ!'.^ I!» persuade* of an order of at* Orphan's Conn of Bradford county, he)t> at TaWeoda on the tennv day of May 1847, wUfbaexpoaod to sali l, wablie vendue or outcry, on the prrmBea, oa> Tt rids* the 54ih day of Ajggust near, as t o'cloet P. at., t de filfow-r ing deacrihrofiot of land ailnaai tnthetownsal poftraj,-and boanidetl aa Mtows: North by land of > Ward,. east by land* of James Dewrlt, south by Ian I of Wm. Morrison, and west liy the highway leading I rott; GraB iriHe to Trey. Containing one hurHlred.acwror nwre-' shoots, being (and of which Wm. Kod*. oWeasvsl , late ofTruj U>wn>bip,i)ieiTaeiaenV 'frrmamaulejknowwoef Ihe d.y of sale, CHARLES t« ARE, A MftRRf&O^aTi July 2C, 1848, Ail'a of Wo*. Boot. cfe'A

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

3few 'a.bncrtiscmcnts. '> ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE." A LL pmons indebted to the estate of Clement Leo -si- nard, late of Springfield twp.,dec'd ^ are hereby requested to make payment without delay, and those having claims against said estate, will' please present them duly' attested Io the subscriber. f » ORPHA LEONARD, Adrainistratri*: Springfield, September 14, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

Elmira, Coming and Buffalo Lific, . i w®m iMfo BOAT ROME, OPT, H. W. THOMPSON, connected with this line,'(tee sdvrrtisement in another column, will leave Elmira on Tuesday, 14lh inst; and on every alternate Tuesday thereafter, during the season. nop 15 , •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

mmw §@ti3« ¦ Just Received at So. 2, Brick Row, | ceans of New Fall & Winter Goods, TTTHICH must and will be, sold at the very lowest » V notch for Cash or Ready Pay. Every person who giay wsnt GOOD and CHEAP goods, u respectfully thvjted to call and examine this stock. Don't fail to ^ call as it costs nothing to look, and we consider ii s/favor to show the goods, and will try to make it an ohjectjfor thorn wishing to buy of E. T. FOX. If) BALES BROWN SHEETINGS, drillings, 1 & shirtings, wickmg, wadding, batting, cotton yaii snd carpet warp, cheap as the cheapest, at No. 2, B. R-. at seplS FOX'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

GINGHAMS! GINGHAMS!—30 pieces new and most splendid styles, decidedly the prettiest ever in market. Also, Oregon Plaids. Silk Plaids, and all the| riew style* dress poods all at No. 2, Brick Row. 0pL PS. BLK & STRIPED ALP^CAsTaTtbe X**J very lowest possible prices at FOX'S. HARDWARE,- a good assoitmrnt, including Iron, Steel. Nails, ic at No 2. BR. FOX'S. PAINTS, OILS & DYE-STUFFS, ' also Mstches by the gross, at No. 2. B. R. FOX'S. SEALED HALF BUSHELS, on hand and for sale •«" sen 15 FOX'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

PUBLIC NOTICE. SEVEN TIMESyUb-in thirteen months, my wife Reheaca Cortnn, formerly Kebeeca Daggett, has left my bed and board, I forbid all percons harboring or trusting her on my account, after this date. Septembers, 1847. CHARLES CORBIN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

Bradford County Cavalry. *\7*OU are commanded lo appear properly armed and X equipped, as the law directs, for military parade and drill, on Saturday, the 2d day of -October nelt, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at Woodruff' s Hotel, in Towanda, Sept 8. WM. TROUT, Captain.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

Cooking and Parlor Stoves. JUST recetved ~ at MOWTANYES if GO'S, a large lot—Also, PIPE, and a few second-hand »to»el, all of which will be sold cheap fo. pay- ~ Sept. 7, 1847 4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

sjisw @@®nseo J08T RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLY OF DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. CODFISH, MACKEREL, 4c^ cc<u, which are for sale very cheap at B. KINGSAERY'S dwelling boose, np four atone step*. . an 18

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