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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

NEW ESTABLISttiEltff . ¦ ¦»«•». L. M. NYE & CO., wouldrespeetlly inform the citizens of Towanda and the public generally, that they have on band 6c manufacture to order all kinds of CABINET FURJ.ITTJI85, of the beat materials, and workmanship that cannot -be surpassed,in addition to tbe usual assortment in country shops, we will keep on band and make lo order SOFAS, of various and; most approved patterns j Sofa Rocking Chairs, upholstered in superior style, and for.ease and durability cannot be surpassed even in mir. large cities. Also, tlie half French Mahogany Chair, beautifully upholstered, with curled hair, which never loses its elasticity, and finished with the best hair seating., We Halter ourselves that having had much experience in the businsss, we shall be able to satisfy all who may feel disposed to call, both as to quality atnf price, and by strict attention to business hope to met it and receivetbe patronage of a liberal community. L. M. NYE 8c CO. Towanda, Sopte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

• I ; TO^XgDAt iDcbnceban fftonrinn, ©clobct 20, ,1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

LOUlkrV STEINBERG: Oil, THE NIX OF ST. LAWRENCE. CHAPTER IV. ¦ ' l/xtk down, ye po<U, and on tlii* couple drop A Mi-Meti .m;vn." Tempest. I.left Vienna for Italy, by the way of Venice, and from that time had never seen or hearJ from the v.\iarrmng nuh of St- I.awrence, until I hail bo providentially niet her in the mansion 1 have mentioned; but her huaue had never been effaced Irom my remembrance: and mv waking hours and midnight dreams had frequently borne testimony to ihe Jeep, influences Ae had made upon my mind. | had met. willi Louisa, again, it is true—she was tie ianie lovely >-.-feature—aye, more bright and .-iicliaiitiiig; lor the sadness which so strongly tinc"wro.1 all her actions at Vienna, has -disappeared, nuJ -lie seemed (he personification of happiness -/::flf.—for a moment I felt disposed to envy the ;: nim.wli«' possessed such a treasure ; it was but for ., moment, and it was banished forever: and I felt iV|M>-ed to thank heaven, that by her co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

ihe Keystone still secures the Arch j 20,000 MAJORITY FOR Sill !f& » , The following are all the reported majorities that i have reached us up lo the time of going to press. j VVe have tfera from such sources as can generally Z. be relied upon : \ j SIirVKS MAJORITIES. | Armstrong, ' . 400 I Uerks. (..fficn/) 4731 J Kradlur/I. (.jjitu^ 038 :'Buck*.|. / 385 ('Be.f!oid-, ' j 220 Bu'ler.' , 30 Cumberland. . 426 .Columbia, (ntffajl) I 1407 Centre *. ' 750 Carbon, 307 ' ,Fa>ei;c, , 700 I tirecne. ^ iorjO Juniata, 70 Lehigh, ; 348 Luzerne' * 1223 Lycoming. ¦<. jqO Monroe. * .^1071 Mifflin, ]gi Montgomery, » 1437 Northampton, ^ y 50^ Northumberland. , ' 704 Philada. Cc-nlii. injfiri >/'} ' - 4987 Perry. '•' '" 1098 Suiliwv.i, 250 SuMju^iiaiia. ' 900 •Schuylkill. J 1018 Tk'271. (nffiu-d) - 77S Wellington. 220 Westmoreland. > 2183 Wyoming, 200 Warren, 400 Vork, ' OS7 . .. ' • 29,928 IRVl.Ns majorities. Acfcims, 430 Allegheny, . - 1394 Beaver. ' 200 Chester...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

XatferlUm Us BrMltariU 1 ¦ » SavMX* -, Majority over Irvin. * 538 LoJtosmrru'* " Patton; 456 Smith's " Myer, 213 do " Palmer, 422 Wirnsj? « Myer, 193 do ¦' - Palmer- ,402 Peck's " Wyhe, 739 Spear's '•' •' ' Briggs, • 138 Suepard's '' *' Cobnroi . 516 Ho ! RirxjufctfERj/ixD yfa.if.-yVl9 looked to you for at least fitly-majority, each, more than you gave us. We wished to increase the majority for Governor Sueur, in^Bradford and wo knew you could do it if you wbSild only turn out. Always, in a crisis, are the hopes of the Democracy of Bradford turned to these indomitable towers of party strength and seldom do they -disappoint us. They have done nobly now, bntthey have done but little more than hall what they can do. VVe hope they will not forget, in future^ to go to ihe polls and devote the second Tuesday of October in every year to the cause of their country, and the perpetuity of Democratic princioles. Remember, that Federalism is stalking abroad through the land; and, although she s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

protection or Towanda against Fire. For the Bradford Reporter. Messrs. Editors:—You are aware, of all the great, powerful, and primary elements that have entered inlo -the composition of this world, viz. earth, air, fire, and water; there i* none whose evils are more greatly to be deprecated at the present age, than that of fire. It is true, that ihey all, have, not unfrcijuetitly been attended with great calamity, in the special visitation of Gods avenging retribution unto the children of men—which is only the fulfilment of his unalerable law. For he-affirms, in unequivocal language, within the folds of divine inspiration, that, '-TbeSvay of the transgressor U hard." Earthquakes, in their convulsive shocks, have devastated whole regions of country, and rocked it from centre to circumference. While air, has borne aloft, into the aerial %vor!d, proud monuments of earth, to- fall, is but the wreck of human skill—and in its magic flight along (lie bosom of the earth, con verted-verdant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

Tlit ntnul! tu. Prnvlft,.,!,r-nunlv. The Deir.i>.:r..-u;y .- f fr:Uf,,r.l ha-...- ac; :e\cd another decitivo and g!.,n;.uj * ..•&,..-..' '1 .„¦/haw, for a time, at lcaaUflilenced" the boai-ii !«;¦ <• ->•* taunts and the mffffyof a maddem.-.! an.1 mkkvs oppo ettion. Our victory is .far mote than a mere partizan. bnumph. It is a jriumph nf,^ . ,-;,/.:¦ over'my. ruptim, of integrity over (Juviny. The people of Bradford have-nobly vindicated their character for virtue and intelligence, and- their unchanging devotion to trie principles of tnvh and insticc.' Tho cauie cf ti::'h, ju--' .ice and- equal rights has triumphedj That spirit of tyranny .and prcsciiption,jwhict bears down, irr riotous a::d l.iwle.-s \ iplence, upekthe rights of others, is held in check by a steadl- and unfaltering Kcmocra'ic rnrru.-iiy. The. reiilt. is what we had a righ> to an'icipa'e from the'aeriihg Deinricrafv of curcjun'v—-ar. av erage' maibrity of nea-I'y 510 kr '.heir * h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

The Result In Penny) 1 vr.nln Wo cannot express our nun ucij and feelingF, over tho late glv.ions re.iui'. 01 the clwnon'in thi^ State, more .eloquently or furciblj. tlian w« find them contained ia the following, from the 1'en.i.svl vanian, if we shatilJ try a week : '¦ Tlie^e is an el oquence in the result of the late election in this S'.n'e, which speaks unequivocally to the country. It is the feve.-e eloquence thar repel?, with proper emphasis- arid indigr.a;tpn, the lewd advances of cornip'ion on the one-hand, and ' rebukes the arroganc»of power, while it refu'es : its falsehoods on the oftier. We listen to the voice • of our great old' <Somvnon\veallh. as its thunder tones are spoken from the ballot-boxes'and we feel unable to estimate the grandeur of the victory we ¦have jjainod. or to trace out with sufficient calmness arid clearness, ihe vast results to which it must ¦ -lead. Indeed, as county after comity rolla up its ¦splendid majority for our principles, or pulls d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

Lute and Important from Mexico. General Lane attacked by 'tpieriUcras—Resignation 0/ Santa Anna—Comnwntcalions entirely cut off-Battle of Chapitltcpec Confirmed—Mexican Army Evacuated the Capital—Government to pAlow the Army. \ Pbtersbcrc, Oct 11,-1847. An Extra Picayune, dated the 4lh inst., contains intelligence from Vera Cruz to the 26lh ult., and from Tampieo to the 30th, received at New Orleans by the arrival of the steamship Alabama. There had been no later news direct from Gen. Scott's army, t>ut the Pica) une learns through a source entitled 10 great respect, that the American loss in officers during tlie battles of the Slh and 13th ult. was twenty-seven killed & forty-five wounded. There is no coufUmaliou of the death of any of our Generals. 1 Leiiers received by commercial houses at Tnnipico, from their correspondents in (lie city ol Mexico confirm entirely the Picayune's former reportsof ihe battles of Mill el 'ltey and Chapuhepec lieights. on the 8th and l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

5*cm,s from nil JCaticms. Thepostmister at Dalhousile, Canada, li.-i, be. systematical! r robbing the Canada mail for kjiiic time past. ' lie robber abscohded lo the ?!a>- bul was over uken and arrested at J?an"or Tl • l»*t-oflice .it Middletowti.-('!.. was b»ke?i imo »v robbed of letters and money to ihe amount of abou S30. Twq nen havebeen arrested on suspicion Mi_. Studif.wtJ.' n baker of Newark, was killed m the New York and Philadelphia railroad on Wr,». nesday nigh last.. It is supposed that he altt-iin>. ed to jump from the car, while at full sped, a?.' his foot rate ling in the step, he was dragged i 1 this position, his head striking against the Me-.,^. of ihe track! until he was thrown oil. mangled 'ami lifeless. j A violent gust of .wind passed over "Pi>rtMii,»H!!i. N. H.. on Friday entirely uurooliiui th'.'.l'ori.-ii.tw;:/. steam facto -y and doing other dam^e. As the roofseperaled from lite factory some of iln-'fo..-. men'.s fell and considerably iu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

6FFICIAL mWMm Mlllfllir ©^ wmM aj&s®S2©2ff 3H313&D @&w®mmk%% a^^. bmmr. Cfamati'if. IrpfeicBtiUni. CommitttloHtr. pffeMDrti1, - . ^jl^ ! ?' r z ? t<'i? t 2 '? "? f i'::i\'i i "t~T~+ i !. g 6 2 !¦ 9 -5-8. 3 » •» I- K: I • I . -P 2 : Jbumship: and fiotoHg hs, P | g- §* £ ff. % K - f | g f -..' ^ ' 1 ^ * iff ". i i I 1 -a -ViJS - '•¦" *'5 § $ 1 • r 1 ¦- o ' **i * 9 r> * » - . b; E -S' Jlba-ny, 76 58 ^ 73 60 75 75 6! 61I 1 74 6fJ 77J 57 T~ T^^^- Arncma, ii l» 21 2i 22 16 22 22 3 21 23 ' 22 19 3 ,g .« 1 ^ttoi, : 48 82 7 45 73 4C 45 7* 70, 8 45 79 45 71 9 .J^ ¦ S' ' Athnt Borough, 40 42 38 43 36 27 37 39 I §2 59 45^ 31 ^ ,7 if ='" « Athens Tbienihip, 121 89 121 89 I1G 119 88 89 111 94 lid 88. 120 ™ ' Burlington, 98 125 10 74 126 59 59 168 Si 90 60 170 63 82 81 5. ~ •Canton, 120 152 115 152 91 106 155 180 118 150 I« 151 m ', 9-CohtmbUi, 112 117 110 . 117 109 108 n6 115 . IM H7 IK . 118 i07 ,' Durtll, 112 57 3 107 58 Hi 107 61 53 104 60 HV 51 2 uo ,* Fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

J J KKI.KKS will tin J It M.tlieii advantage to call at ihe Drug Depot, where they esn be supplied with evet\ arlnle desired, -ufh a<»,^lial-, ^essence*, etc., on lh<J tM-»t ..rrns. j.lti No. 1. BRICK KOVV ; rpEKKKKE SHAWLS u new mid rich "8rticle ;—JL a!si. Jr.i'i. ami mode coloied Cashmere, Siradilfa and pUi'l woollen t-hs-Als, ni.iy be lound in ahuntlatice, slid eii..me!v-low at ' KEEU'M, B.R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

First Arrival of Goods from New York. Burton Kingsbery, 18 now receiving a general assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, which will be fold cheaper than goods w. re ever offered in this -pluco before. Ilii Inellds will find as they mount Ihe steps al his door that prices go down. Call .ind examine for yourselves.— . Vtv goods and uric-en mil praise. themselves. You will find a laige ami general assorlment ^ of every variety ol Dry G-'O.U, (iroceri », Hardware. Crockery, (sluss. .Nails, Iron.Steel, l'aints. Oils, Dye fluffs, Boot-, Shoes, Hals, Caps, Codfish, Msrkeri-I. Ac, &c. My Inends and ihe public geneially are respectfully inviied lo Call and examine my atork, as I'am satisfied I can ofter Ihem goods cheaper lhan at any other Store. M„v 17ih. 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

iElcrtt)anbi^, #c„ m aWls® @ id s* Just Received at No. 2, Brick Row, Oceans of New Fall & Winter Goods, TT7HICH must and will bo told at the very lowest »» notch for Cash or Ready Pay- Every person who may want GOOD and CHEAP good*, ia repvetfully incited to call and examine this alack. D m'l fail lo call as it costs nothing to look, and we consider il a favor to show the good*, and will try lo make it au olrject fur thorn winding lo buy of E. T. FOX. "J C\ BALE8 BROWX SHEETINGS,'drilling-., A <w shirtings, wicking, wadding, batting, colion y a-n and carpet warp, cheap as the cheapest, at No. 2, D. K.. at sept5 * - FOX'S. GINGHAiftSJ GINGHAMS!—80 pieces new and most splendid sty les, decidedly Ihe prrttieil ever irimatket. Also, Oregon Plaids. Silk Plaids, and all the new styles dress poods all at No. 2, Brick Row. QK PS. BI,|K Sl STRIPED ALPACCAS. at the <&tJ very lowest possible prices at FUX*S. HARDWARE, ¦ good assortment. Including Iron, Steel. Nai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

' IPSSS' JS ^lilfclilKSg • pOR SALE, aTLViUEN LOT, situated in ihetp. A. of Bur'.-.;,mon, in this county, containing about 137 acics, onwhich i* .a good mill site. Fcr further particulars en<]uire of J. H. H A YNES, at ilawley's store, Frankli.1. July 7, 1847. , ' Sm-t :¦?¦»'A. sc iw rmc m. ami ts^t • Basrah <a» &2.2»3Si.> RESPECTFULLY inform* the ciiiiens of Towanda. and the public generally that he w prepared lo execute in ihe noatet>t style all description* of House, Sign, Conch or Carriage Painting, or Trimming ; and every variety of Fumy and Ornamental fainting. From his long experience and the n.sny specimens of his productions now- in use, he enterta*itis a fl.ittering hope that by close application lo his profession, and being prompt to order he may s«ruro a suitable aliare of public pationuge. He may l>c found at alt time* at tlir Chair Factory of Tomkins de Makmson, whets he will be on hand lo attend lo ihe rail* of those who may ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

ANOTHER ADDITION TO THE Slock of Goods in llie Savings Bank. T N, consequence of the grcit rush at the Having* ftank J- foi Cheap Goods, ihe proprirtor has hern inilurt-d to rpiib'tirsh with a splendid assortment of SPRING A tSUMMBK UOODS, wliich are no* opening, and .clling at greatly reduced prices. The proprietor. Mr.C. REED.pledges himself lo fully and amply curtain the credit of ihe institution which it has hitherto borne, i.e. for selling goods\chc.i|ier than any other establishment in Bradford co. persons desirous of telling this, have only 10 call st No. &\Urick Row, and satisfy ihem-elves. July 7, 1817. \ C. KEED.-LAWN8, ORGANDIE* LAVVX GINGHAMS, and Liuht (iinghams; have been received at Ihi Savings B ink, and are selling twenty-five per cent, c-hespt r lhan ever, .' jr7 ('. REED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

BOOTS & SHOES—A large and cthaustlesa assortment of coarse and fine hoot* ami sho<-s. ladies' full and half gaiters, kid ties, buskins. Kirnch kid slippers, children's cloth aqd morocco shoes are now selling very low at the Savings Bank, No. 5, Brick Row. T IST OF LETTERS, remaining in tlie Po-i Office J at Towanda, quarter ending Si-pt. 30, 1547.. Bi-nneii Chester Kilmer Josiah Bowen Timothy Kirk Mfhael Bltven U.»l»ert f Lewis William Banrraft I.egrand Lawrence John K Burhneatne l.eander L»r.>v Ehzal'elh Miss Blauvclt-Elijah K Lent Daniel D ilcy Jeremiah Laugblin John Bowman David Mor-e Mrs Sarah Bennett Henry Moory E'rviu Clark chair Pedlef Morgan E W Conhongas Nelson McHale HlcliaiJ Conner David Myers James Campbell John Maylon Mithacl t'arol Kliza- A Mmgus Joseph Doi John M 0>Kil.-y John A Dallon Cha's K or Jas M^ Purcell Denis Dayton Alfiert I'ayhe Sela Drake John 2 Porter Daniel K Ellis William Ross Phebe Ann Miss £*senline Z \fl«s Stephens Harvy F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

Tbe Saddle and Harness Business TS still continued by ELKA.S' AH SMITH. J. 'CULP 1 &C.T.' SMITH, under the Firm of Clkanah Smith it CO., at tbe old stand North side of th.i Public Square, where will be'.kept constantly on hand Best Plain and Quillet' Saddles, Plaied and Common Harness, all kinds of Trunks, Yatices, «nd all other work in their line, ' Carriage Trijnming 4' Military work done to order. Fray their experience and punctuality, they are in hopes to receive a share of public patronage. Work can be had at their shop is cheap as at any othei shop in Ihe connty of the same quality. May 18, '47

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 20 October 1847

,^ <*tThis ir"ay for Bargains. PAt&fhLS, BUN SHADES AND SUMMER STflTFS, selling at coat, at FOX'S. OILS, teRFUMERIES, a spj ndid article of Hal 'Brushes, Thermometers, and Fancy Articles, fot sale at je!6 No, 1. BRICK ROW, Fair Warning and (tit Lnsi Not in! i HEREBY warn every person indebted to me, that unless immediate payment is made, they will be sued ! This notice is given without respect to persons -mod all persons knowing themselves indebted, will save 'costs-, by giving prompt stlention. • . . ¦ - • ¦ Towanda, Oct 12. !St7. S. H\THAWX7. SAY! JOHN ! don't tell any body that we will pay the ',* rcadv John Davis," for 100 bushels Chestnuts and 500 lbs. Lard. CARTER Sl SMALLEY.

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