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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

Glorious Neve* from tlte Army Battles nfFenon mut San Angel—The City of Mexico in our Power. The steamer Fashion Captain Ellery, arrived at New Orleans on Thursday evening, the 2d inst.. trora Vera Cruz, having left that port on the 27th ultimo." The sum of the intelligence brought by the Fashion, is of the most pleasing, as it is of theimost important nature, since it announces anothflirVictory that has crowned tlie American arms—a^ietary that will, in all probability,/be most blessed in its results, bringing about a peace between fhe tiro hostile republics, h^appears that the march of onr army under Gen. ScottJrom Puebla. to within eight online miles of the; capital, was uninterrupted by any resistance on Jne part of the enemy At El Penon—a position fortified by Santa Anna—the two hostile forces tirst came into collision, where, according to El Sol de Anahuac, a division of the American army made an onset pn the enemy, the main body passing through Guadalupe, and, io the surprise ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

NetM {torn alt Nflluftw The Richmond Southerner eayslhat an attempt was made last week to fire the railroad bridge over James Rive*/belojf|ingip the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad company: .y-_ - yi Deacon Grant has applied to the city council of Boston for indemnification of damage done to his house by on anti-temperauce mob. Patrick Jackson, a prominent citizen of Boston died on sunday last at Beverly. The letters lately stolen Irom the Northampton (Mass,) post-office, have been found in acorn-field near that town. These were three hundred and one deaths in New York city last week. This is the smallest number in the last six weeks. ' The new constitution of Illinois is to be suramined to fhe people on the first Monday of March nest, for their ratification or rejection. In case it is ratified the government is to issue writs# of election for members ot the Legislature to carry il into operation. Works are in progress for esUblishingf-tte Electric Telegraph irom "Montreal to Quebe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

NEWXFUIXY 'CONFIRMED OFFICIAL DESPATCHES RECEEIfJSD OF THE »BRJ^T^^TTLES NKAB THE -J •v CITY\0F MEXICO! ^ V <- The steamer Mary Krngsland arrived oti the ,7th. wrh later dates froth VeraXCruz. She| brings accounts of fhe two victorious battle's of Cmitreras aticl Cbarbnsco, so called from the Afield works of the enemy.- The proposition for on arroittice was made by Gen. Scott, supposed to have been at ,.the h> stance of the British embassy. The report heretofore given, thai the .city of"Mexico \vas at our mercy, seems to be unfounded,.and ehoulbV peace not follow from the negotiations now Dehding, another battle must ensue. \ A ieUer from Mr. Kendall,, dated Tacubazo, Ati^ 22d, savs the Arehbishx>prB palace is now Occupied by 6en. Scott and a portion pfibe arroy. ^ After defeating the enemy in two of the hardest \ fought battles of the war, on fhe 14th insta reconnoisance made by Col. Duncan, having satisfied Gen. Scott that a road for artillery could be cut fro...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

TftwandarWcdnesday, Sfi»t. 22,,'1347. vvxocn\Tic SOXUATIOXS. roll nnvi.uNon. FRANCIS R. SHUNK. roa cixMi. cojcfrimonu, MORRIS LONGSTRETH, or ^otTjoosiiiiT «o»iTr.. ^ Democratic County Ticket. rnn ni:ri«r.sF.ST»Tlvr.». FRAVC1S SMITh. of Troy Borongh, - AKCSAH WATTLES, of Rome. *¦'*? ¦ .*?¦ ~~ ran tut.iftrirr,n. JAHK8 H. PECK, of Windham. V von coKMimioMii. ' ' ' HIRAM SPEAK, at SprlngHrld. rnn Ai-jiiTOH, IAMVEL TT. SHEFAKD, of Grhnvlllc. j KTtetlm Tmrtdmy, October 13, 18 17.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

¦1/. ¦vetianaar'a Lvttrr tu'd Ihe Whig Party. The recent letter of Mr. Buchanan, read at'the Hirvest Homo Celebration of the Democracy of Berks County, is to be laid hold of, it would eeem, by Ihe Whig party of this Slate, and the subject of which if treats, improperly dragged into the coming election for Governor. It will be recollected by those who have read it, that lhe Hon. Secretary of State, in his letter.dec lares himself in favor of extending, the line of the Missouri Compromise, lo any new territory which we may acquire of Mexico.— Mr. Buchanan is' a gentleman of acknowledged abilities, and holding as he has; for many years, positions of prominence before ihe country, his opinions have been looked to with intere-jt by the public. The great question involved in the -• Wilmot Proviso," is second io none in inlerert or national importance, that has arisen since- the adoption ol the Constitution. Is it cither strance, or alaitnins then,-that Mr. Buchanaft' should express' his o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

Death of Mh.Haioht.—Vtje learji by ihe Monmouth (N. J.)Democrat, of Thursday last, thSS-the lion. Thomas G. Haighl died at Colt^ N%k, on the morning of the 1st instant, of tj-phus fever. Wisconsin— A telegraph despatch to the N. Y Tribune. Irom Buffalo, stales that Tweedy, Whig^js elected to C"!tsress, (as a Delegate, having no right lo votcAbv SOD majority over Moses M. chron;f.Dem

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

Died, In this B.ironsli. '-n Saturday, ihe 18th ink. Miiii. wife of die late Col. llirara Mix, aged 53 years. Seldom ha< this common by been vKite'd with so scc.lre anil solemn a dispensation, The husband, uliose d-'ce.i-" was tueniiune-1. in thU paper laM week, ^a.- taked away on'the 6th, and wilhin ten day the wife is called to follows.' By this stroke, a tide circle of .esteemed friends and relatives are called to mourn, and th'e.community in general feel that they have suffered ho co imon loss. Col. Mix had long been a resident of this place, and had given an example of enterprise and energy worthy of imitation. He was seized with the disease which terminated his life, on lhe 29th of .August, and his uife with the same 'complaint, lhe following day. Thev had just returned from a visit lo some rela tive-- in the West, and had enjoyed their journey io a high degree, and reached home in what, they considered unusually g-Tid health. But '-'In the midst of life we fire in deat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

^cto- 'Abocrtiocmcuts. rvtSfl PAID FOR YV1IE1T, at MASON'S ! V. Mil.I., M.i. -iroo. JVpt. S.l. 1M 17. | UKi'RANs; .COl.'RI' S-KLE.— In pursuance ol an j order ol lhe Orphans' ootirt ol Uradlod county, ' there will be exposed to put ¦Iu* sale on Ihejm.inises.' at 1 o'clock in lhe afternoon oflln-4ili d.iy ot . Nuvi-iiiSht, ¦ ne\t. a' tract of land -.Uuale in Kidgin-rry lj'.t adjuring ¦ lands of Morris Stephens on the south, and by lands ol ' DaiuA.'tiillet on 'llu- raelrumih and wisi. Cmuming ' ihiee acres, or thcrea-Sjouls, all ifuprovcd, with a small , trained house, and a suw-uiiil ihereou t-re-U-d. \ E. bl'.l'KW'I I'll, \d. de bonis non I of thfpt-sijili-of Albert A Bcckwuh, deceased. ' Iiidi-b-irrv, "-viiieinl-fr Ml, Isli. Another UiTiil \itloiy in Miixum ! fT^HE hews w»s rmvivftJ .simuluneoiKly will, mpw-j : X that there had bet-u uiiolher gSr il arrival ui Nt-w *ioods at the * J ¦'. SAYINGS BANK. ; Jul rawtetl a Trrmt minus Erciltmcnt ' . .[ The |>rr.-.eiil proprietor, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

^(^w ©©02>aj|. \ '«LARGE and well selected assortment of Fall and \\ inter (ionds. just received, and tor sale by EL- ' Ulli'T ci TtJMKINS. eniisistin-; of dry goods, cunrrRi-Es, hardwire, crocreut, ¦ ' IRON. MILS, il'., M'. \.i in; "Ur (loo<ls may he lound, Fr-nch, English ! aii 1 .'vni'iu-'an L'lotlis'and L'ussuii<r,s; a! so, a good as- ' s ¦iti.-i. nt ol" Fancy l-'ass-iim-rt-s and, Twee-Is, sfieep's | ":•¦> 11. i!i and sat'titiei**'; al-o, a -good as-'oriirjeui of 1'x-r c-i.tt Cl.iths ;uid Clo,ilviii4-s. - j T..r ilie LADIES, wc h-ive any --uantiiv of Oimj-j l.ie.s, M. llelainee, Cashmer.es. alpieii*. of nil c ilnB^' uni' prici's, hotfi colt-on and silk vvat.p ; Sh':tv.ls-.ol ^eiLr tmds, dress Mlk, black and tuicy^ vvith Irimmings .to eorrchpond. - £¦ Also—Bonnet Silk &. Bonnet Velvet with trimmings. MUBF8—a Urge stock. : ' S«pt.l7.. . KLLlOTT & TOMKINS. j ¦ ¦ ! ! ( i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

_^5M fiotl< ^otrtfecinEntB. To Western Merchants.: M'mw.'E^'mm ©&M,m,» September 1847. '.. ; <; ¦ pHE undcwipicd. Merehan't«.Meeh-ngc«. and Anifl».-oftlM; i '! y °r "'v ^ ¦ "*¦ "-vail 'hemsetvM of iho adranlagei ofcrra liy the country prem, to malic Ihiowd thtwbut'iieu Mill ocaLon. and bo|,c.i il.c cal, ot ruanlrjr raercB-uW who vn«U lo purchase nny onlelm In their line. Be.n-r full-r prepan-dni ihe several branches wc n-u-ure our wesu-ru lr.ciiJ» ihai no ;,«„,» -.ball be »p-ire-l, on our part, to P>cuac L-olU old and new eu-.loiiii rs. •^^lSStSr oIOr'P:SALI5 AXI) "PTArL NOTHING ^v3ft«KiiorSFfc .WJohn « . comer*f Naiwui. Ah immense -jSto.it at KSMiiiabltt CluUmigimvtiy* on huail. A, ,:f,R ,P HOWARDS it CO.,. SILK AND FANCY GOODS, is* l'carl au iFT3Dn ,lrt, • Floor OU Cloths. AL.WHO. HO\T A Co., Mauafacturen ol Floor Oil Clothtt 72 JQtrn »t.. have constantly on hafid a general asaortmew of lirese goods ¦ • *v ,. WUto jip.jtvm t.OO., t*J wSlSS'gtreet, corn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

• sriaw ®®.®ie)S* tust keceH'ed a new sdpplv of j dry goods, OJiOCEKIES, CODFISH, MACKEREL, &.C., &.c~, which arc for rate very cheap at B. KING8-BER V'S dwelling house, up four gtono steps. au 18 REYNOLD'S CELEBRATED GRAIN CRADLES, grain and gra»s scythes, scythe snaths, rakes, and Qnincbaugli whtl, stouismaj Iw fonnd at the Savingii Bank, No. 3, Brick Row. C. REED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

' 'ittcrriianbhc, &^ BddTS AN15 skOES. What are jon aboot Tk«! Soft ye! Jo, I gutUM! rnHOrS'A^DS of tiroes the question has. been asked, a- Where on earth are all the Boota audioes ma. nufactured that supply the continual rush at the comer of Main and Bridge streets V O'Halu ansvviers that this is the place, and these are the things we do-it with ! I^ W^MgL ^ Seventy-eleven rmcfasliions jpBgj**glfefc&^ every lico tttrnffdaj Hoar ye ! hear ye ! and understand, that O'Hara. at the corner of Main and Brnlec ctrcrls. will veil at retail this season.'39,781 pairs of Boots. Shoes and Brogans, at a,lean piica lhan e»er was or probably e»er. will be offered again in Towanda. - The Ladies' Department in this establishment is richly furnished with fashions. Ladies', misses' and children'a fancy and common boots and shoes, even to thejeVtremity of the latest fashion*. Mistake not the place -Corner of Main and Bridge streets. Me tmly Shoe Store in Bradford County. Half cash and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

NO. 3. m TOWN AGAIN. THE subscriber are a little later lhan usual this spring wph their extensive slock of merchandize; but whut the good people of Bradford county have lost by our delay, we will now endeavor to make up to them in the quantity, quality and price of our goods. We are now on hand with the LARGEST, BEST AND CHE A PEST stock o(,good« in Towanda, bought exclusively! fui cash, and since the great reduction in prices. Our stock consists as usual of Dry Goods, Groceries. Crockery, Hard- -. ware. Drugs and Medicine*. £..,---¦' For further particulars look along through die.- paper. Wc need not say •• Call and examine our Girfd*" foi wc know that every body will coll at No. 3, before purchasing elsewhere. WM. H. BAIRB Sl UO^ . June 15. 1847. / i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

PUBLIC NOTICE. QEVEN TIMES within thirteen months mv wife ^--j lUbeeca Curbin, jformeily Rebeeea\Daggrtl, has left my bed and board, jt forbid all percons harboring or trusting her on my account, after this date. t September 8, 1847. CHARLEsi CORBIN. \ Cooking and Parlor Stoves. Jtrsi^ received at MOKTAKYES (, COS, a large lot—ijtino, PIPE, and a few second-hand stovei, all of whjcfi will be sold cheap fo. pay. Sept. 7, 1847. " Bradford County Cfivatry. YOU arc commanded Ij-appear properly armed and equipped, as the law ^directs,.for military parade •nd drill, on Saturday, Jue 2t) day of October next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at WoodcbtT's Hotel, in Towanda. Sept. 8. WM. TROUT, Captain.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

G£03ftr^?@ I -(D3L©?KEDESrS I Sew Arrival Id Towanda, of a Splendid Lot of Brady-made Clothing, TT^HICH I will sell 30 per rent, cheaper than can v V be got at any other place, whicb is an extraordinary incident. To all cash buyers, I would say, come and see for yourselves. I can be found at all limei, three doors north of Bridge-sl. My assortment consists of ¦Cloaks and Coats, and Vests of all kinds : Pants, rlf Fancy Cansimcre, Plain Black do : Dress Cuats. Overcoats. Sack Coals. Ifr !: Also, a lot of Broad cloths, Bluck' .French elulh.fanci Casnimcre. fancy Vetting, black satin retting, o/c, ^ cA all of which I will sell very cheap. r XT Cui.lomei'* woik still done, and Cutting and Triiiimiiis done cheap at L. BACHEI.EIt'S \ Towand.i, Aug. 25, ISI7. Clolh:ng Store. \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

SAVINGS BANK. \ $EW (FRFICERS ELECTED. AT an annual meeting of the direclors of the •* Towandj Savinns B.mk,Tr t;. & E. REED were elected in placs of G. E. Flynt 6c Co., whose term expired May tst, 1847. It is the intention of the new Cashiers &. Co., to sustain the credit of the institution by " pulling b<kx1s low down *'• lo pay up customer,*.— We therefore invile our old customer" and the public generally to call and examine our Block of New ami Cheap Goods, just received, and convince themselves of the truth of the old adage, that " Goods have, can, and,shall be sold cheapei al the Sitings Bank than at any other establishment in Towanda. No. 5. B. K. May 18, 1847. C. & E. REED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

, tnasrire $* <iia.2»3Sj9 RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Towanda, and the public generally that he is prepared lo execute in the neatest style all descriptions of House. Sign, Coach or Carriage Painting, or Trimming ; and every variety of Fancy and Ornamental Painting. From his long (experience snd the many specimens of his productions) now in use. he entertains a II itlt-ring h.»jie that by close application to his profession, anil being prompt ti^ order he may secure a suitable share of public pnUonafff. He may be found st s'l times al' the Chair Factory of Tomkin* A Makinson, where he will bo on hand to attend to the calls of those who may Want his serv ces. PAPER-HANGING done on short notice, in a superior manner and reasonable terms. Towanda, July 0, 1847. Iy4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

ASOTHER ADDITIOS TO THE Slock of Goods in the Savings Bank. IN consequenre of the greit rush at the Ravine* Bank for Cheap Gooda, the proprietor haa been induced to replenish with a splendid assortment of SPRING ec SUMMER GOODS, which are now opening, and idling ul greatly reduced prices. The proprietor. Mr.C. REED, pledges himself to folly and amply sustain the credit of the institution which it has hitherto borne, i-e. for selling gooda cheaper than any other establishment in Bradford co. Persons ib-siroda of testing this, have only to t all at No. 5, Brick Row, and satisfy themselves. July 7, 1817. C. REED. LAWNS. ORGANDIES, LAWN GINGHAMS, and Liiiht Ginghams, have been received at the Savings Bank, and are selling twenty-five per cent, cheaper than ever. jv7 C. KKED. ' ' '' . BOOTS & SHOES—A large and cxtnualless aa. aortment of coarse and fine boots and sho,-s; ladies' full and half gaiters, kid tics, buskins. Fien.-li kid slippers, children's cloth and raoriiccn shoes ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office l at Athens, Pa., quarter ending June 30, 1747. ; Abbott C „ Molt Alvah Andrews C. P.' Mills Jane Aldrich John G Murray L S Arnold O McDole John Brion Naney ' Merchant M G Brooks Peter Norbury T 8 Buck Joseph 8 Mallory-Henry Brown Arteioas Palmer John Bowman A Raymond Elias ¦ Chapman CD S Rc'llVId James S Oammel H Smith C B (Harrington J Y Steward B M Drake Fraqcis Sbilp T Durpby Lyman Snyder Mary A Dilden Robert \ Swartwood Geo K Edwa-d«,A Furman Nicholas Fshrou James • Tracy E S Gardner L A Wilcox Elisha Hyatt elder LB Weaver Jos Hawkins A, West Wm Hyatt M R*Mrs. Wooley Wm Jackson Sophia Watkins Mary Crum eldi-r S Wsrrcji Wm Knickerbacker Adclia York f.avina Livingston L. C. H/HERKICK, P ^ M-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

New "Spring and 'Summer' (toods K. A. BETTS, IS,now opening a new and splendid assortment of staple and fancy goods at his store. (<iiuate on Main street two doors lielow Bridge street (west side) nearly opposite Montanye's A Co.) embracing all articles generally kept in the country, such as Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and G}ass~ ware. Hardware. XaWs, Iron, all the varieties of Steel, Glass, Paints Linseed OH, Lamp Oil $-c. which he offers 14 purchasers at unusual low prices for ('ash. Produce, or approved credit. And would respectfully invite all who wish to purchase lo call and examine his goods and prices before purchasing ejsen hero, as he is confident be can ofler good bargains, June 1 1847.

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