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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

JL>lara ationld bare Good Memories The Xorth American, in its hurried zeal to redress the injuries inflicted upon the Democratic party, by the publication of the forged manuscripts, seems to have forgoUen the ordinary prudence and cautiousness practiced by all rogues, in cotwumating such a stupendous scheme of fraud and deception, to take care to make it appear, at least, like truth.— That paper prefaces the publication of the alleged " Champion manuscript"," with the following remarks : * That our reader* and the pcop^of Pennsylvania may fully comprehend ihe character of the editorials ofthe Democratic Champion we publish Uir following- extract for the col->-mns o.fthat paper. Prefatory to each extract we give endorsement* made upon the written papers at the time tin y were banded.ln for publication.11 The following are the exact words which the North American saya were endorsed on tlie'writleu papers ¦ at tlie tune they were -"landed in for publication.'' " Written b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

h« ¦tdUsrasril This erratic and unfortunate individual, arrayed in this Borough en Saturday earning la*, file came m charge, andjof Uu tkargero( Henry Drinker Esq., a pTomine#wWg of.Susq»h»riaco#ity. Upou bis arrival,-herv addressed notes to several of our active whig*, requesting iheir immediate inssence. The-summons in every instance was-treated with silent contempt Repeated verbal mfssagea were discharged, announcing to the wnigs, that considerations ofthe first importance, connected with Gen. Irvin's election, demanded their intention. Still no one came. Mr. Drinker, finding the estimation in which the Doctor was held w the wbigs of Bradford, settled the Doctors bill tiff to the time of leaving, and took hi* departure for Susquehanna. The Doctor remained, still persevering in his efforts to obtain an audience with eOm.e of our leading whig*, but to no purpose, most of them positively refusing to see him,, or be seen iu his company. He finally succeeded iu seizing one by 'he butt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

A Scttler'a Answer to Mr. Leach. To tlie Editors of the Bradford Reporter . Gentlemen:—In an article in the last '• Argus," headed " To the National Reformers of Bradford County, and Iheir friends," and over the signature of •' H. Ephriam l ^ each," I see a low, vulgar, and wanton attack upon the regularly nominated candidates for Representatives; intended, unquestionably to operate against them, and in a sly. and skulking manner, to gain votes for E. R. Myer. the federal candidate, knowing that he cannot be elected by any fair means Mr. Leach, in his article, took occasion to refer to what he is pleased to term answers to four different individuals. I do not propose to say anything in relation to his remarks concerning Mr. Smith, as I 'do not know what Mr. Smith's views are. m regard lo die measures of the so-called "National. Reformers," or what his answers were; but, in reference to Mr. Wattles, I .have a word to say. Mr. Leach says, " Aronah Wattles, in answer to our 3d general ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

THE GREAT FEBEBALFORGERT FULLLY EXPOSED I * (Prom (be Democratic "Jnion.1. ANOTHER REFUTAtlO*. Cten. lames irvm te the Ctffeqpfe^ fe Mr. G1W.T, the Editor ofthe late ttarri,buT- \, man published by Mr. M<mu»«*v former),, ,,i .? Champion, who swears so willingly Id iL,£!L, North American, makes thefolto»in».tai!:^ra *3rs Ihe alleged charges against Kessrl iw?1 °* Prratxa*. MaMii h tfcoroog% ei«rsto. 1? reader will see that the Federal^ candialieXT vernor, Ja«s Uvis, has alsp had a band in this «^ worthy business. The whole affair is one lhai k already resulted disgracefully fa (heT^d*,.!."" and we predict will end in the effeetaal and triB» phaDl vindication of the gentieraan assaifcrj.,^ ^' has not already been satisfatftorljr done/- - PaiLapKLMu, Sept. 2?, 184? . Messrs. Hamilton and Forney :—By ihe PemiLi, jxtnian of this morning, I observe that Henry^Sl rken. Esq, has brought my name before the public ^ in connection with those " who were engaged ill spring and summer in e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

FAILURE OF KEGOTIATIOKS1 Another Battle Fought—Part of the city Captured—Gen. Worth Badly Wounded. A slip from the Mobile Tribune anourires the arrival ofthe brig Oc-eola from Vera Cniz. at Pensacola. Mr, Trist had been unable to come to terms with the Mexicans. They peremptoriy refused to yield any territory. Hostilities were consequently renewed on the 8th of September, when a-battle took place. between three regiments of Mexicans and a few hundred Americans, in whtchcttie Mexicans w<»re routed. Got. Scott had posessinn ol part of the city: but our troops had «ufleied5greatly from shots from the windows of housesf . Gen. WoruVwas severely bat not dangerously wounded. The Mexicans.were willing to cede California for twenty millions of dollars, but refused to give op . the boundary beyond the Nueces. T Ma. WiLMOT's SpegcH.—We invite¦ thr especial attention of onr readers to the speech of Hon. D. Wilmot, on onr first page. ' I^t no one be de lered from reading it oh account of...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

LATER FROM MEXICO! RESUMPTION OF HOSTILITIES!

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

<*jdBS3kSb* - JsGHPHa^K. fltafrfovfr laigpprtirt. Towanda, Wednesday, Oct. 6, 1847. , DEMOCRATIC NOMISATIOSS. 1 FOR OOVtmSOH. FRANCIS R. SHUNK. POlt CU1L COMXHSIOJEK, MORRIS LONGSTRETH, or mostoomi*t cocsvr. Democratic County Ticket. ran »r.r»i««jfTlTlrls, fHAWCiS SMITH.' 6f Troy Boromgli, AHCHAII WATTI.E3, •fB«l». roa Tatjsnar.n, JAHBS M. FECK, ef Windham. Fnh rn.MUlaainstR. *- BIRA9I SPEAR, of SjWlnff«eld. rna arniToa, Il IAHVBL W. 8HEPAHD, »lttl,«avlllr. , KltcUmn Twnd*$r, 0et»**r lit, 1847. i _. . - . " -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

_. . - . - Conspiracy, Fraud and Falsehood Exposed. Tlie very quiet -manner in which tlie Federal party had, thus far, conducted the election campaign, has been, with us. ominous of some sudden and villainous onset, such as has usually characterized the action of that party, on the very eve of the election. Nor have we been mistaken. A long oincocted conspiracy-, as nefarious as it is false, is sptung upon as at the last moment; a conspiracy exhibiting the machinations of mind more mischievous and depraved., than any thing which has preceded it, not even excepting the notorious " Roorback" itself—the prominent actor in which is none olher than the veritable Dr. SctJf Salisbury late of this county. It seems he has lent, or sold himself, to the Federal party, body and breeches; and we are greatly mistaken if they do not find the unmentionables much the most valuable portion of he bargain. The North American ofthe 23d ult. contains the precious nursling of the conspirators, in the form...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

The fdlkrwing message of Governor Slnmk isjooe ofthemos^eloqr^t he ever wrote; fiWV strong commentary upon the present efforts ottli»fedemli»ta to.Jienattlhjj Vrte of trar adopted teUrJ^ciUteiu fromfhedetaocraljccaTidldate at the Woh^lectibn No one who reside it can fi<fl to perceive "that it proceed* from the heart ofthe writer, 'who feels, with all the warmth of affectionate gratitude, that he is performing a pleasing duty. Federalism Will charge that the appeal to the legislature from Gov. Shunk, in behalf of suffering Ireland/was blended for her sonal and party purposes; but when we recollect bow boldly and fearlessly Francis JL Sktmk has on all other occasions avowed himself to be in favor bffpreserving the rights of our^6pted voters unimpaired, and how unreserved he is in. his opposition, to the designs ofthe nativists, il-occurs to lis that'the message we subjoin **» peculiarly apposite, coming Iron* his pen. It cannot be read without exciting the warmest admiration. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

Secret Movement ofthe Federal Party Below we publish a Secrel Circular, which has been'generally circulated*Smon'g the leading whigs of the county, from which our readers will see that the enemy ha» chosen quiet and coon-like operations instead of a bold and open discussion of their principles, or rather sdiemcs. Tlie Democracy will take warning, and meet tliem at every point, so that this last desperate move of a party bankrupt in argument, will.be of no avail. It seems to us that the County Committee were exceedingly unfortunate in the very little argument they base mixed in to fill out their plan. The allusions to the elections of IS-14, and the miserable, defunct Tariff of 1842. wifl. excite a smile, reminding one of the prediction of ruin and desolation that constituted the ammuni tion of tlie whig party, during that eventful canvass. But they sttll seem in hopes that the new tariff will sink the business of tlie county and thus raised the prospects of tljeir party. ; 'ciBorna....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

¦ •****• •r'Weatrssata Sthes^a 01vtaUwa. We fiMljeeMnained by recent observation , to caution our friends once mof>, sfetast the artifiees of the enemies of the Dem^rati|pepy, in whatev-,fr gweeligy come, whetfg|4l jey golbott preach'ing reform,, or whether tSe^^Me circulam from a tin bot,^-whether they eom^tom the Federal party or whether they come frrjm the Slate of New York, pretending to redreea the wroags of the settiers of Bradlord county. l| they are sincerely and truly the friends ofthe Seuljir, why this .pretended anxiety for the election of candidates npon the federal ticket! If they honestly believe the settler is oppressed and persecuted by the Landholder and speculator, why ere they so anxious to secure the election of E-Tt Myer, who has no interest in common with, or sympathy for, Ihr settler—who never paid for an acre of land in bis life, and who has publicly expressed his disapprobation ofthe law, passed last Winter exempting a poor man's oxen -nam sale on exe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

Nets r&toerticetnents. sjiiwaxBxanDffl roa tss FALL AND WINTER TRADE. THE subscriber is now •pening at the corner of Msin and Bridge-its., a vary extanaiva and desirable stock ot NEW GOODS, carefully selected, wilh s View to anil the msrkct:—-embraaog s large stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hard-ware, Boots . and Ssoet, Nailt, Glass, Putty, Oil* and Patnst, ) Codfish, Mackerel , Sperm and Taliov Can-;' alts, Dye Stuffs, etc., etc., etc. Alaoi s gnat variety of Caps, Muflssnd Boss, which will poailively be eokl at prices that will give satisfaction to pnrcbaaera. J. KINOSBEBY, Jr. N. B. I ahsll in a few days, receive ihe inost extensive caulogue of BOCKS It STATIONERY, ever ottered for sale in this msrkct, which' will be sold at reduced price*. oct6

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

C. HAKKNESSCLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, The most extensive Clothing Warehouse in the U.S. RE-OPEN FOR WINTER. 100,000 garments on band and reedy for disposal. Wholesale t, HetaU To patrons ws would ssy, that having but one pries, those who to not opde'ratand the real valuation pries of goods, will hsvelii oeanrtanity of parbbaaingGarmsnU sslow as proaaesed jodras. Jobbers sod deejara in ready ssade Clothing, can replenish their stocks for the winter, and we guarantee the larges t establiahsasat in Philadelphia to select freea. We attend personally to the packing st" goods, and ssa that s good assor tment of sixes and well-mads articles an pot up. Single saris forwsrded as per order. 5*7 Our goods am far sals only at the large building, I2« Market su aoothesst caroer of Msrkct and Fourth .t*. Pbjl^lphia. "' C. HAKNE8S. PbiladelohU, SepUrabee. W, 1M7. SmIS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

ifle--d)anbt--t, &t. HIBW ®®®®S1 Ai LARGE sod well srlecied saeortment of Fall and Winter Goods, tost received, sad for sale by ELLIOTT A TOM KINS, eoneistmt of MT MBDJ, ClOCEllte, RltBWstS, ClOCiEtT, 1IBH, SAILS, tc, kC. ' Among our Goods may be found, French, English and American Cloths and Csssimeres; slso, a good assortment of Fancy Csssimeres .and Tweeda, ebeep'a gray doth and asttinets; slao, a good saeortment of Over cost Cloths snd Closkinga. > For the LADIES, we.hsve snr quantity ol Ginghams, M. Delaines , Cashmeres, slpsecss, of sll colors snd prices, both cotton snd rilkararp ; Shswls; of all kinds, dress silk, black and fancy, with trimmings to correspond. Also—Bonnet Silk dr. Bonnet Velvet with trimmings. MUFFS—a Urge stock. Sept. 17. ELLIOTT & TOMKINS. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

Jk. MrmTSi mmfammJ^ !^ ' ^^^ Jj^ps^^n^M^U Bswaafta. ^^nVaTsTaa SBV^VaB^RB^B^B vYaTsTBllr BwJsVJB^aa^ *k B^Bs TsrA^Baak- ^BWjBBTawJBF TJsrare *_*Sk. •S^^^a?5^aesasr "a**^** y*^"*^U^sW VAN AMBURGIi & COS Grand Triitmplial Exhdntion of the east and magnificent collection of W2IL)S) ai\S?S£Cs€.IL99 WILL EXHIBIT at TOWANDA, on Thursday, October 14, 1847, for 1 day only. £*/* Hoars of exhibition from I to 3, P. M. ' fXj* Prices of admission 26 cents. Children under 9 yeara of age, half price. ;, The procession will he preceded by the new and eoiosasl ROMAN CH A RIO I", constructed sfier the model ofthe Ancient chariots of the Roman Conquerors, in the most costly snd gnrgeoos flyle of workmsnahip, being 30 fret in Iraeth, by 17 in height, < Mrmmm ay Mtg-kS Mlmttt flrptltM Mmrm. Of Prodigious Size and Weight,—and containing SHELTON'S AMERICAN BRASS BAND, raoD ji» tokk. The Cavslesde conaiating o ' the carriages containing the Animals sll newly painted snd gilded in the moat •...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

Elinira, Corning and Buffalo Line, I?@IB HQ4ff o „ BOAT ROME, CAPT. H. W. THOMPSON, connected with this line, (see advertisement in another column, will leave Elmira on Tuesday. 14th inst. and on every alternate Tuesday thereafter, during the season. sen 15

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

BOOTS AND SHOES. What ire yoi abeat here ? ira't ye! Yet, I form to! THOCSANDS of times the question bss been ssked. Where on e*rth sre all the Boots aud Shoes manufactured that supply ihe continual rash si the comer Of Msin snd Bridge streets 1 O'Hara snswers that this is the place, and these are the things we do it with ! ^^^^B^k^__ Seventy-eleven new fashion* V^BI^^^^^^ every two second*.. ' SstSHJMMjjB Put <m tht Stettin!. ' Hear ye ! best ye ! snd understand, tbst O'Ha'rs, st the corner of Msin snd Bridge streets, will seU at retail this aesaon. 39,781 pairs of Boots, Shoes and Brogans, at a less price then ever wss or probably ever will be offered again in Towsnda. The Ladies' Department in this establishment is richly furnished with fashions. Ladies', misses' and children's (sney and common boots and shoes, even to the extremity of the Istcat fashions. Mistake not the place -Corner of Msin snd Bridge streets, the only Shoe Store in Bradford County; Hslf cash and half t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

NO. 3. \}i TOWN AGAIN. THE subscribers are a little later than usual this spring wilh iheir extensive stock of merchandize; but what 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 CHEAPEST stock of goods in Towsnda, bought exclusively for cash, and since the great reduction in prices. Oar stock consists as usual of Dry Good*, Groceries ^ Crqckery, Hardware, Drug* and Medicine*. Tot further particulars look slong through the paper. We need not say " Call and examine our Goods," for we know thai every body will call at No. 3, before purchasing elsewhere. WM. H. BAIRD tc CO. June 15, 1847. LADIES DRESS GOODS. JUST received at No. 3 Brick Row, an extensive sssortmenl of rich and desirable dress goods of the latest style, such ss striped Tarlelon, embroidered muslin. Cherry lar fiw, M. De Lsine, Gingham Lawn, mourning organdie, .Bslsnriue Umgh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

<UIf.©Ti,3H?HcJ© i ©2i©^H23?@ I \ New Arrival in Towanda, of a Splendid Lot of; Ready-made Clothing, ' T1~~HICH I will sell 30 per cent, cheaper than can \ v V be got at any other place, which is an citranrdi- ; nary incident. To all cash buyers, I would say, come j and see for yourselves. I esn be found at all limes. < three doors north of Bridge-st. My assortment consists of( Cloaks ami Coats, and Vests of all kinds. Pants, of Fancy Cassimrrc, Plain Black do.; Dress j Coats, Overcoats, Sack Coats, Ar. Also, a lol of-Broad cloths, Black\Freneh cloth, fancy j Ccuan'mert, fancy Vesting/black satin resting, «>., tse.r i all of which I will sell very cheap. \ ° j •fT* Customer's work still done, and Catling and Trimming done cheap at L. BACHEl.EK'S Towanda, Aug. 25, 1847. Clothing Store.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

SAVINGS BANK. NEW OFFICERS ELECTED, AT an annual meeting of the directors uf the " Towanda Savings Bank," C. & E. REEt) were : elected in placs of U. E. Flynl &¦ Co., whose term j expired May 1st, 1847. It is the intention of the new , Cashiers dr. Cos to sustain fhe credit of the institution I by^' putting goods low down " lo pay up customer*.— i We therefore invite our old customers and the public j generally to call and examine our stork of New and j Cheap Goods, just received, and convince themselves , of the truth of the old sdage, lhat " Goods have, can, ' snd shsll be sold chespei st the Savings Bank than at any other establishment in Towanda. No. .*>. B. R. May 18. 1847. C. & E. REED.

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