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

'P'rerainms Awl.i'dcd to Levi Brown. " By Ibe iajcrican lnslilnte for-CiTw fitM. A '. " -•* 1>- 1840—A Silver Medal for SupeTto'r (Bild Pens. [,,,: i_.\ diploma f..i GuU Pens'. "** " " 1S4S—A-.Diploma for llie best Gold fVns. 1.443—A DipUma for the best Gold #ens. ISt I—A Diploma for superior Gold Pens. ISIS—A tSikcr Medal for the best Gold Pens. Hi6—A Silver Medal fot the beat Gold Pens. This is to certify, that the above is a true copy from the records of the American Insiitutc -V, HENRY MEIGS, ' .". .', - * • " GailS Rcc. Stc-L-f the American luititule.

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

<Jli^£2lB A3SS) 'J3>rnST!rlkID3. ^j^^^ THE suliscribeis still continue (if (fT~l0 tnanufacture and keep ' on hand jit j. iff at their old stand, all kinds of cane /Im^I'I alM* wood seat (^ H A1 RtS ; also -swsaJ=»JfV~j—}li SETTEEsS of various kinds, and < *ftS!^si x*SEf BEDSTEADS of every descrip-^l^**^vil^. l'on' "bich we will sell low for 1 li ^ \l cash.or Produce, or While Pine ,i0m- IB ^**\_ lunilier. White woid. Bass wood, if ^^" or Cucumber cl air plank, or 4 by 4 Scantling 13 feet long—either Bultonwood, Basawood or Maple, aill al«o lie received for our work. » Turning done to order in tlie neatest manner. TOMKINS & MACKINSvA*. Towanda.Feb. 22. IS 17.

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

; .. sH^*^ A LARGE assortment of Broad ^"lits -^j^ an] Sattinelts, wbich we b.i'c;long be' ^ for selling good and cheap, now cheaper "^^w! apd upon which wo challenges the world. JJ1' ^ a, O. I). D.\« • '•"

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

Towin.'a, Nov. 3, IMS. ^ - •;- leiAn of ihe Bradford /?'7«'f,,f' - ^ .FT""" Tw.Jj .Mars and fiftv cents per nnnnm • J^jj^ w d.'.!m-u)d if paid within the year; and ">r > allv in advance, Oirr. Don ur »ill be .lo"* ^ ^ /r Puliicribers at liberty to d-sroi.-moe »' ' ^ Pll0.,r' psymd arrearages. Most kinds oil ol*r» ^ rccenijd in payment, at the marV.il r'""f- .0{ ti«l* A,l»|ertisemelUS »ot eJCrtilillg a '¦!•''' ^r-tflines. In«ert«l lor fitly crtits-; ev-rv ?u',*''i, rU | jv(.tti>*' twcniv -jve cents. A discmtni «"''l«';,> > ''*' - .'v snJ ''' , J.JPiusTixri, of every '1<'s,'r .;l'"""' .'J,',^vr«'- peihti' "sly cxcrsit.Hl on new and tasti'""' 'usi(*rl Ik-1 era on business pertaining to the olt ree of postage, to ensute altcniio"-' " /

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

iNo. 1., Brick Bow, again ia ihe Field If*. Ji. Vhamberlln, <Jf *Jt . TTAS just returned from tbe city . g-jy ¦ -a^*- °f '"^'''vv York with a large y^^Zg^S./^ supply of WoIcIiks. Jewelry and iffy. ^wi**y ^'l*cr- w*tr. coirprUinir in part, ' V«*! 1 JmS the folloivtr.tr arlieirs:-—l.ev"r. ff li\V -I *JRfflE L'F*pl'-e and Plain Watches, wiih jRYN^M rj -j ^ &jCSfi h rort.plete nssoilment ol (s,»U ssnssn ii^ J^-welry, such as Far Hin^s, Finger Rin :*, Breast Pins, Bracelets. Locket*. Golt- chains. Gold Pens. Keys, elc. Also, all sorts of Silverware, and any quantity of Steel Beads—all of which ho offers for sale exceeedintslv ehenp for CA^H. Wa'ches repaired on short notice, and warranted lo run well, or tbe money will be refunded, and a written agreement crivon lo that etfeel if required. N."B—-MAPLE SI'GAR. and Country Poluce taken in payment tSr work ; and als ». frrini noir* ^ a -ri forever, that the Produce mutt be paid when thi wo-ii is done—I war against credit in i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

I ¦- TG-WANDA: ""- !' . II fifc&wsbag ^pnjtmn, ©rtobcr ?7, 1847.1 j g==^- V ' XJ"—-^- ,_. ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

1 . LOUISA STEINBERG: g'«B, T|H3 HTtTM OF. ST. laiWBEJSCE. S=* I . - ___ t - ' ir 1 Mft Louisa—mounted ray to/se—and musing jr x. the lender recollection? of what had passed, and I. jinking on the" futujef and the dangers that threatf^ Bed Louisa, 1 had '"rode about two miles, when I sy^eird the galloping' ofa horses behind me, and lookfog around preceived that it was young Stienberg. I. [instantly checked my horse; and thinking that p jerhapfc, he was charged with some message for fe ffle, waited his coming up. To my surprise ! saw j H jerc was a death-like palenes on his features; and , IE ,hen 1 hastily inquired what he, wanted, he made : if fM reply, except by throwing the reins down, and f|.. .aping from his horsje ^ and in a hollow and unu-I'; sjalto'ne. requesting me to dismount/ which I iii-P sihtly did. I was no sooner on my feet than he*. I'.ad^ uia" voice trembling with passion, ' I hare Ir'aine-te-inflict melted punishment on a villian • g l-i* and defend yourself." &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

.¦ ¦ » —¦—-j ^tfibfptb HHfetytvUt* Toff&nda, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1847. t F.xcrses.—¦'Some of the Federal papers are trying to frame plausible excuses for their defeat in this State; others are denouncing their own party for their remissness in not taming oat to the election &c. Oar opinion is that there is bat one true reason, to' which they must all come si list viz*—There are more Democrats in Pennsylvania than Federalists. As to the Federalists who did not go tothe polls, it is very likely they had become Feasible that their leaders were on the wrong side; that their false alarms of ruin were all gross deception and humbug, that the open opposition of the Federal par ty to the war with Mexico, or the more traitorous conduct of their leaders and presses in giving "aid and comfor t" to the enemy. deserved open rebuke and condemnairaV at' the bands of all honest men ; together with the fact that, knowing Francis R. Shunk to be honest and competent, and ''distrusting ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

XtmfnmtbX The New York Courier states that the Hamilton Fish, jest nominated as the whiz candidate for Lieut, Governor of New York, decline* the nomination. i At the recent meeting of naturalists in Boston, Prof. Henry demonstrated that two revs of heat might be so combined at to produce cold. All the late accounts from California agree in saying that the country has been greatly overrated Neither cotton nor sugar can be cultivated in Upper California, and it is probable that the climate aud other causes render it unsuitable for tobacco. The New York Canal Commissioners hare announced that the revenue from the publin works is so great that the '- mill-tax will be suspended. This shows the value of the publk works of that State, and the wisdom of their projec tors. Tb* Now Orleans papers announce the arrival of m wwbobso number of volunteers from the West, tocfadaf rie&y «Jl of tho second regiment from Ohio. A New York letter of Monday says;—"So generally is wheat and grain w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

b===ps===,.„..., a.A. -w-......-j., - ,, fn***s DmMH Wits*) Tn* tiiwt ItHUM-Iti Iwsllt *»* »*• , -Apfls—ti—» ~" To every Democrat who fifey apprehend* and appreciates the principles of the party to which he belongs, the result of the late election affords cause for the most sincere and profound gratitude. The re-election of Francis R. Sucks, by a majority so decisive over all the combined elements of opposition, is a victory, the real value of whkh.can only be fully estimated by those who understand the character of the opposition, and the means relied upon by the Federal patty, and their allies, who have been appropriately called guerrilla* to secure hi* defeat Governor Shc'mk was. admitted on all hands to be an honest man: the course of his administration was acknowledged to be in accordance with the avowed principles and policy of the Democratic party; and no sound or solid objection was urged by any Democratagainst a solitary measure of it. Yet there wer& many professing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

jutuy w»rtWft«« ¦•*»€«. Safety of Scott '* Forte*—Santa Anna Declared a Traitor—Our lou in the Battocfitixico—Xttiing ofth* Mexican Congress. - . New Orleans, Oct J4lh The steamer Fashion arrived here tabs last night fjoffl Vera Crust. There is a great -amount of news brought by her, but the chief points are: That the city of Mexko is in quiet possession of Gen. Scou's army. Several.of the Northern. States have declared Santa Anna a traitor, and tyve pledged themselves to raise a considerable amount of t oops," whkh were to be placed undurthe comofGen. Paredes and Bustamente. The whereabouts of Santa Anna was supposed to be in the neighborhood at Peimila. Neither Generals Pillow or Worthier any of our Generals, were killed in the battle of the city of Mexico, and none wounded except Worth, slightly. The total loss ofSoolt was found to be 1621, in killed and wounded— mosdy ibe latter. The Mexican Congress was to meet on the 5th October, [at what place is not mentioned.] Gen. Quitman ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

ISS^S^B^^Bmssm war «ri ntaattcsgfviag.' ItwiB be aaen by tl te annexed official proclama. tion of the Executive rf Pennsylvania, that TiT^ DAT, the 25th day of November next, a ^^ mended a»i day tc| be publkly dedicated toT duties of prayer, thanksgiving and praise. jje have a people bad gr »aierTeason m retam ^J* to the fliver of all go >d for the many blessing, b7 stowed upon them, I nd we have no doubt this da will be appropriately obsewedthronghTOtil&Co,/ moowealth. ^V PENNSYLVANIA ! SS: In the name and by th-author*, of the Comnumtm hk o fPenwyimma. ^™w FRA> CIS K. SHUNK GovnmoE or ihe said Commos'wealth A FRtKXAWATloX. jSMmtf Fxa.tJW-CiTTi2E.v8:—Cod w i~. aSfBK: and godd: It is our dutv to adore H^ aBgHEgremnee, to acknowledge His Z TlfBrr *<**,«° contest to Hun our sma w ^Wf humbly implore their forging is fit and becoming mat we should do so, not onl as individuals, but as a Commonwealth 0f t citizens, who, during the past year, have receWM unnum...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

For the Bradford lUportcr. Messrs. .Editors:—-In. the Bradford Argus of the 25th of September, under the head of <: Augirst elections,"'speaking of die position tho VVlugs took in reference to tho Mexican War, the writer says "they (ihe Whigs) knew -also that this Mexican war was brought on by the arbitrary and unconstitutional acts of the President.'' I would have been rrmch pleased if the writer had condescended so far as to gi vo"us some evidence to snpport,his assertion. If I have understood the whigs, they say that the war was in consequence of the annexation of Texas.. If this position is true, then it would remain for the writer tor prove that the annexation of Texas was brought about by the " arbitrary and unconstimtihnal acts of the President" A portion of the whig par ty take tba ground that the war was in consequence of invasion of Mexican territory, by troops of the U. S. If ihe writer assumes dial position it will remain for him to prove, 1*, that our troops inva...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

Nen SUtoertiacmtnts. ,_.' fraro-wjcaie Copper, Tin, and Sheet.Iron, Brass J1PASSE0 4S0 MITfAJffllA WIRE, .YCOLESALe AID BAVAIL. BC. HALL is now receiving 60 tons Of the shove • good*, which be is p>epared to sell atwholesale, or retail, to soil purcbAsers, at the most reduced prices, for cash,lumber or grain; T.be mo»t liberal prices will, be paid for w jeA , oats, com end lumber. Store and ilanufacturing Establishment, onflhe corner of Main ind Badge at*., where.may be found the largest »Jwl best assortment of stoves, this side the city of Albany, such ss - ,< . I Numbers. Buckeye cooking stove,; arranged with a rotary top, and hot air oven combined, 1,5, 3, 4 Rochester Empire hot sir oven, 4 ' - Universe,' ..'«'' '4 « Pulton, « •. (improved) S, 3,4 Congress tight sir cooking, *" *, 3, 4 Knickerbocker, " 8,3 Albany Elevated .oven . •' , ^ " 2, 3,4, 5 •• Premium ' « 2,3, 4, 6,6 Race's pat, aelf-regulator, air-tight parlor, lr 3, 3 Rochester air tight pallor, 2, i», 4 I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

mmW&MfiBXt ran t»b FALL, ANJ) WINTEH TRADE. THE eusecriher b Dow opening at the corner af Main and Bridge eta..a ittj extensive and desirable stock ot NEW GOODS,ofrefully eeleaed,with a view to snil the mark a >—embracing a large stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Cmckery, Hsrd-ware , Boots and ShoesjNatls, Glass, Putty, Ode and Paint, , Codfish, Mofkertl, Sperm and Inflow Candle., Dye Stuffs, etc., etc., etc Alec—s great variety of Caps, MoAand Boss, which will positively be raid at price* thw Will give ealisfao lion.to purctraeera. J. KlNGSBEBrY, Jr. NTS. I shall in a few days, receive the mast extensive catalogue of BOCKS It STATIONERY, ever ofterad for sals in this market, which will be sold at reduced prices. octS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

J L". HAKKNESS* . CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT, The most extensive Clothing Warehouse in the U.S. RE-OPEN FOR WINTER. 100.000 garments on hand and read; for disposal, rYholesaJe lr Retail. To patrons we would say, that having hot one pries, those who < o not understand Ibe real valuation price of goods, will have an opportunity of purchasing Garmenta as low as . prnfeesed judges. Jobbers and dealers in ready made Clothing, can replenish their stocks for the winter, and we guarantee the largest establishment in Philadelphia to select from. We attend personally to the packing of goods, and sea that a good ssaoftasem of sizes and well-made articles an put op. ' Single sails for» aided es'per order. . iXj- Our goods, are Tor sale only at the large boifdint, 128 Market «t_ soniheaat eoroer of Market and Fourth Ms., Philadelphia. C. HARNESS. P!.iUd*fp!ii4,-r1cpt»aihrr 29. 1847. 3ml6

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

CASH PAID FOR WHEAT, at MASON'S MILL. Monroe. Sept. 23, 1847. Another Great Victory in Mexico ! rpHE news-was received simultaneously wkh news X thai there had been another great arrival of New Goods at the SAVINGS BANK, And" caused a Tremendous Excitement! ! The present proprietor, C. REED, takes this opportunity to return his thanks to his former patrons and the public generally, and also of informing them that h' e is now receiving a very large and general ataortment of Fell and Winter Goods, of evesy deecrip'ioa, which he pledges himself shall sod will be sold as low as at any other establishment within 100 miles of. Towaorta.— The public generally are respectfully invited la call and eiamine-to satisfy ihemselvrai at No. B, Brick Row. Towanda, •-'eptember 21', 184.7. PEDLERS will rind it to theit advantage to call al lbs Drug Depot, where they can be supplied with Beery article desired, such as phials, essences, dec, on lbs best terms. je!6 Wo, 1. BRICK ROW TERKKKE SHAWLS a new...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

ANOTHER GREAT BATTLE! .inottur Large ateet SpteMdtd Lot oT Beady made Clothimxl \ ^ JUST arrived st L. BA PCHBLOR'S CLOTHING STORE. Here is ihe place to get cAeon clothing, st least 50 per cent, cheaper lhan at any other place. I have all kinds to suit customers. My stock is large, consisting of Cloaks. Carts, Pants, Vests, dec. eke.— Elegant sad now premium styles, am* at astonishing low prices. Cloaks, Over Coat*. Brown, Drab, Do*, business Coats—all kinds. Black Dress Coats, French Dress Do, Gold Miied. Dc Satinett Pants. Caaeimere Do Black and Green Monkey Jackets. Fancy Sana Vests, Black Do., Caebmere, Do., DonWe BrssatsdiDo, While Maneillc Do. Also—Canton FlannetC Drawers. Sbirta lbs same, and sens splendid Baa Bnine.--Alao—Blue and Black Cloth, Brown Da, Clarion ran. Plain. Fsncy j**, Veatiags of all kinds. ejo-Nt .-a **** <~ ^^ -.«*f P «t.9.'47? * ClotbrearsW

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

tieDera. Scott in Uw City « Mexiw. And another large, dock of Goods Just mdved at MONTAlVYES 6 GO'S 81'ORE. which havebeen carefully selected for the Frntt Trade. THE public sis Invited tn esU ana «¦"¦*» ** rtack of Dry Good. On«n* , Hardware ond Crockery. Boots A »»osa.Hata*Ca|^jr»jn22 in the line of atsphs, snitsd U. tb. »«¦«.' «*^ *gg of coontry. which hav. bes. r^^^S^TSTlaL, Cash, and at the lowo* ebb in »b» ntarfcst. Ws laj. our old frii-U will not forgst »#•• •» ¦ «¦». - "• can m»k« i»'an obp*t far Ihsak to do so. T»wands, Augusi t8, t»47. ^ /~lOIL CHAIN foe buU wheels to saw mills, aWekc \ j iostrsesivedanAforaalaby _.f-r,«LT October It, 1MT. O. ». »Al«XBfT.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 27 October 1847

St IB TOr (S(D(DBS1 A •LARGE and wsB teJectrf assortment sf FaUand WitsMrOawaKfusi received, »jai Cm aslsby ELLIOTT sk ToMetlNSVcooMsting of BIT 6#M, CWrlBIIX, BAIDW1IE, CSOCIEIT, ^ lttMtlfcS, tt, M. AnMAg oar Goods may he tound, French, English and American Gestae and Caeajamei; also, s good aaanrtmenlor Fancy Caiaimmi andTweeda, sheep's gray doth sad aaniacts; also, a good aaaaruneat af Over east Cloths and Closkinga. . For the LADIES, we have any quantity of Ginghams, M. Delaines, Cashmarca, alpaecaa, of all caters and prices, both cotton and atfk warp; Shawls; of aU kinda, dress silk, black and teney, with uimasings to cantapond. Also—Bonnet Silk St Bonnet Valval with trimmings. MUFFS-a large stock. Sept. 17. ELLIOTT ek T0MKIN8.

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