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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

The tat lid fffKli. *lSn T*w»jmer»pM*floa»»d, deceptive , art||ul*ete Wf M«sM.b#tb»Jbj) .B.1 b?*he yS^^nilaiidi^ leatty ani no>*cudn, Me substance end not the shadow, present themselves bit our view. - We can al) see, and feel, snd realize something ofa dujrajfejl^„n«tujr^ ^ This, is Demoeraey-~6.pntsn'ioned Denweracy. [ , Let Jits take »,brief tetrospect of by-f one days. In 1834-'5, 6, '7. the Banks flooded the country with their paper promises. A raging, •jutst for speculation .Mr* engendered. The 'heads of our moat prudent citizens, as yoo well tyiow, ran wild. The lawyer dropped hia N'Ui Pfius^Weditor Kis quill, fl»a physician his pills, the farmer Ihs plough, snd even the Divine forgot to "offer up his accustomed devotions—to do what. I pray you T To plunge headlong headlong into tbe troubled and uncertain ocean of speculation, with the sweet hope af amassing stupendous fortunes, at one giant stride. Do you know how tbey made fortunes in Mississippi, and all along down ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

Tie l^rtlbtnft Ik Triik: Iol almost e«rjJ.roporUat politicsLc<mpai gjL dating Ihe Wst twenty years, th* fedanlistr hure tMmftUJd bj^ resorting to trfcli and ajp r tpiWBtajio 'n,4o»educe tbe Irish fteetsien !bf oar laj^lnUjMllwwIpport of the federal «pnd|il^ ail, - TbejYJrt heart, have no love a*nd irie^d* >Sip -fot^the4risb-; on. tho contrary, thVjr would, if they had tbe power, prevent ev^ry true son of the Emerald Isle, from the right of citizenship. It was Federalism, thst enacted the odious Alien Law by which the Irish and all foreigners were reduced to a condition but little removed from that of negro slavery ; and it is Federalism which would now, under the garb of IfatiWfnt, prevent ihem from the enjoyment of tbe elective franchise. Notwithstanding such has been, and itr, the hostile spirit of Federalism towards the Irish, tbe leaders in that political -school, do not serapie or hesitate at any/ effort, however destitute of troth and fairness, to mislesd and pre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

eovernor SUunlu The evidences o» the great and inereavinf fepohntv rfth»itota8ii»ibri.m*»Wii»l «•*» now occupies lne executive chah of Pennsjlvtrihi, are constantly nwnffraling ihemsclves, and afford the gratifying a aoranee, thai, ^Withstanding U> •aeruoea of, bis encmie* to do him *j«rv so*le*ss4.ais pioapecta of success, he is firmly ^txod in tae afleetiona of hi* fcjlo"-""*"" »•«* 'egwdrd by them as eminently wori^y of their continued approssjuoa sssJ eoniilence. Never has Feamajslvaoia- had a chief ssa»>rr«te more beady and ardently attached to her prosperity and best eneto than Gov. Sbarak; nor has abe ever bad • Governor whose petrioliam was of a more raalled and ster-. nog character, or whose views on all questions of State »ohtyr were more enlightened and correct. His dieeritmaethiB; mmd, svra at a dark sod gloomy period of financial eteAarraaamettf, loresefsv toe future greatness of the State, and •ndrrstood her ability la meet all her liabilities; and sand a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

1 >. , T—' ' ^^^J^^^t^a^r'sRip^P* f»r» »4s ^*-4^*fll9>^r4s|F^wl> Twwaidi, Wednesd»T, Jubc 9. \M1. ^3--— - - : - ; r- - DBMOCJIATIC HOSUKATIOKS. vo« eoris»»», FBAHCIS R. UHUNK. roe cmmi ftm*i**>o*T«> i MOIfHIS LGNGSTKETH, or.»Mri«T»oista» cncarr. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

Amialffamatle>a ori*a\srsae^L, . Tk* FsasMwlaaauan say»>-4jMs sewnssted th^lha gnat issues which have d^ae*ateo ta$ve bsan Store sir (earsettled—thai there s» noW.fiW erlno caasntrorpf hticatdiffer»nes*-aod lhat?Ui«ribr«;.it wo* *»•*& rrtnlfe prower la; allow Gssneraj TATiatn's tssme lo teal both parties ia Be nr« freeid'ewtial effclios* There can be no compromise between Ibe two great principles of Democracy and FederaHsm. Tbey are naturally and implacably anUgonistic. Yob may attempt to mingle them today, but Ihey will separate tomorrow. Even in the absence of sH immediate causes of diflerence and supposing thef political world to be *rady for a fresh start, with al) its ancient dilutes disponed of; <!•«» '»' **°« » queslioo lhat will hereafter erfce, no matter how narrow, or ho* broad—how small, or how great—opm which U> Democratic and Federal principles will not lake isjue, and upon which they will not diflerl Indeed these two elements are in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

U ' •-*' pMiun^B ft^PeaiwrvsjiisB.] — Fn$ WmiIiiwi. W'r"'<-' ^WW, «0K« June 1,^847 ICoK 0||iphAn is not yet given up as lii, tbosgh great anxiejty ia lelt for bis fate, j, .' stt)f hoped thai, lehrning of the insurrection he may have nturned to Chihuahua, where hr js, probabilttvhe is now safe till he can be re, . -forced—at leas,t 1 jhope he is. n* Mr. Trist, whom rumor had already suffered to be captured by) the Mexican raneheros, hM safely reached Jalapa. whence a new forrn,i proposition'to treat will be made to the Meii. cana. . I truat the Mexican Government, how"' ever vaingloiiqus; iu elements may be renowned to be, will svail ikself of this kind and generou, offer for which tftey are principally indebted t0 the forbearance! and statesmanship of Mi Buchanan, and tjbus close a war which Cjb eveotuxle in flieijr entire overthrow and defeat This oiler to treat afiei every great achieve, raent of our troops, does, indeed, honor to 0»,' character as a nation. It has scarcel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

What ibt People Remember. The Federalists make' great pretensions nl regard for the people, when our of power, and are liberal jin their promises, to induce the majority lo confer ollice upon them. The penpie howejver remember former Federal mis. deeds, ant) willx not again trust with power 3 party thaij has been guilty of so many act* of hostility tp the freeXJostitutions af otir connlrr. Tbe People remember that tbe Federal party of ihe present day ahsahe lineal descendants of the TORIES OF THE-RE VOLITION The People remember (hat when ihe Federalists wlere in power in 1798, thev enacted the INFAMOUS ALIEN AND SEDITION LAWS. |. . The People of Pennsylvania rememb*rttai under ib^se -iniquitous laws, the Blark Cockade Federalists cut down the Liberty Pole*, SCOUKJGED FREEMEN for express their opinions, and threatened to HANfi ME-^ for sustaining liberal principles. The People remember the general rrjwmt' which prevailed' throughout the Union when Thomas! JefteRsok waselectc I, anil ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

A McNIr"'CENT DONATION.—It IS With pleare that we chronicle such examples ol mu'"ficcril liberality as that which follows.— Messrs. Corcoran dVRiggs, who have thus lib-Lily contributed $5,000 for the relief of the ' (faring poor of Ireland, are' extensive bank'!« and it "9 gratifying to find that there are at ¦Mst some instances where wealth and gener'.livBO hand in hand : 1,6 Washington May 23d, 1847; pEArt Sir : We deeply regret to hear from Ireland that famine is still continuing tbere its „ork ofaeal1'- Feelrag '* ¦ duty to aid in allftl,iini il"8 dreadful calamity, we herein ^tamA Five 'thousand Dollars, with which plcase'purchase, and ship-for distribution \n thle ,,v io effect tbe greatest good to the greats! number of ihe suffering poor. Yours, most respectfully, CORCORAN As'RlGGS. To Mysdert Van Sciiaick, Esq., Chairman Irish--Relief Committee, N. York. ' Major Hobbie of the General Post-office Pepaitment, sails in the new steamer Washingmil Bremen best vweek, to perfect a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

'* I ' J1 »j.%mr^^^^^mj^^ wnS^\ mrrthanbi^i^t. iii j^i | j|iriN E. T. FO*; TAKES this method of informing every person Who wants to purchase GOODS, that be has opened an entire stock of NEW GOODS in Na. 3, Brick Row, formerly occupied by C. ft J2. Reed, one door be law the Poal Office, Where be would be happy to show any one bia stock who will fewr him with a call t as he b determined not lo be undersold by any one ia this or say other Town this side of New York. My "stock is very Urge, consisting of Dry Goods, i * Groceries, .Crockery, Hardware, Boots * Shoes, cjre. A large assortment of Dress Good*, Such as Scotch and Linen Ginghams, Gtng±^ ham Sluslinx, Printed and Argandie do., Oregon' Plaids, Ckambrays and Lama cloths. Also, A gr&amp;t variety of French, English And Amemart cloths, Casnmeres', vestings, Croton Cloth\ Tweeds and Summer Stuffs, fyc Ift. ttc. f Don't fail to call, as I will sell for the Ready Rhino a little less than any other live man. Towanda,! June 1,1847.<...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

SPRING GOODS, H 8.&amp;M.C. MERCUR*ikave.jest rsesivtw a s tuo4 mil In nit ofCiaAiras, CewaW^aaair Shawl. , Blowers. Wreaths. ftc-sic. which will b. sow eamaptT than avar. Tsmaads. May 8, IM7. 7 New Arrivil of Goodsy by Express! D. KINGSBERY, HAS just received from New York, a beautiful asaansamtof Lswas, Gingaaam, Basnetta, Palaa Loaf Halts, *&gt;c_ eke, which will be- said vary eneap.— Also Capt end Parasols and a variety of other sands Call and sea the redaction frees last aaring'a prieaa, and if yea snoald want any thing bVthe way of New • O000V. yonwiHbcssjratebny. AprilSS, 1S4T. First Jot of New Gotds in Towuila M0NTANYB8' ft CO. an lueeivlng a large and general aaaoii.nenl of Spring and Summer Goods which will be diapsssd of at whaleaals or retail at redneod prkaa. April SO, 1847.1 / - -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.1 | E porsaaaee of an order of Ibe Orphan's Court in ind for the counts of Bradford, held at Towanda, onthelltbjday of ala', 1847, there wilt be expoarvJ to aak by. pablic sendos or outcry on the precaisss ^ on Friday lbs 18th day of Jane neat,atoao o'clock tathe eAevwaoa, ei certain piece or parcel of land sJUiate^ying aad beiag ia the township efSbesbeqnin anJ booi«ted u fafrma: On Ibe Mrrth by Archibald Forbes, on the east by Archibald Forbes and Geo. Chaffee, on the south by John G. Towner and Julia Towner his wife ; and on tbe west by the Susquehanna river, csotaming about twenty acres more or leas, aboal twelve acres improved, beutg the land 01 share of land belong lo Win. Forties of the estate of bis father, Elisja Forbes, dee'd., late of Sbesfaequin township. Terms made known on Ibe day of sale. ARNE8T FORBES, Gnanfianof John Forbes. . Srtesbeqoro, May 25. 1847. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

A Woolen Factory at Home. - THE subscribers lake pleasure in announcing lo Ihe rinaens of Bradford county and vicinity, that tbey have leased for a term of years the balding aatoale in Wyalosing township, and known aa Ingham's Factory, and which they are now Suing up with machinery and apparatus for 'be manufacture of broad and narrow cloths, flannels, Ac,in superior style and on the moat reasonable testes. 'l*boee wishing to have wool manufactured upon shares will find it to their advantage lo give them a call, as tbey are determined that ae pains shall be spared lo give tbe most perfect satisfaction.— They work Wool into Broad or narrow dressed doth for one half Ibe cloth, or if preferred, they will manufacture by the yard as follows:—Broad cloths for from $\ to$l.85; Narrow cloth, from 44 U 60eta. Other articles manufactured for proportionate prices. Wool carding and cloth dressing will be dons on short notice and reasonable terms. Thar will be propared for business on or before ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. PUB WANT to an order of the Orphan's Court of Bi sdford county, will.be exposed lo public sale at the hot ss upon the premises in Sheshequin township, Bradfoi i county. Pa, on Saturday tbe 4th day of September 1847, kt one o'clock P. M, all of tbe certain pieces, lota or parcels of land lying and being in said townsh p, known as ibe Richard.. HoTtan farm, to be aotd a the property of Patrick' Camming*, dee'd., bounds I aa foBowa: Beginning at a corner, tbcoco by Iota N&lt;. 94 and 101, south thirty degrees and 15 minutes, S3 perches lo a corner, Ibence by parts of lota No. 101, IDS: and 103, south 59 degrees west, 184 percbei to a corner, thence along lbs Sheshequin road, north t IJ degrees west, 22 perches, north 63 degrees west, ' 8 perches lo a corner, and thence by pJrta of lota N&lt;. 91 arid 92, north 59 degrees east, 286 perches t» tho egronipg. being part; of lots No. 92,93 and 101 in tbe Id township of Ctaversck, 00a of the aettcntren U&gt;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

T HiEimeita. Orders. HE enrolled Militia within Ihe bounds of Ike 1st mglsaaat Id Brig. 9th Div. P. M, win meet daty armed ' and equipped for drill and inspection on Monday tbe Slat June new, at 10 a'clock A. M., at the boose nf Stephen Canfield in Standing Stone. The company parades should be held on Monday Juno 7th at such pbeesiwithin their eeveral boandt, aa Ihe commanding officers may direct. Those. asnVjr-ci to milHsry daty in the 1st regiment, are leapeetfally referml ta'SOlh Section of the " act to redace the, ea&gt; peases of the MHitia dtc^ ** approved Soth April 1844. Aa eteeuosi for LieoU Col. of the Reg. will be held at 8, CaaaWd'son Ihoday of training. Slat Juas. 1 ,1 P. C. WARD. • Gtssnwasd. atay 81, VtHT , . Cot, |at aUg. L ' AD1E8 can finds onpstior assartsaent of DRBS8 GOODS at CLOAKING&amp; at MERCVS'S-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

Preiflinos Awacded to leri Browi, By the lavrsiu tntillU in 6*U Vr-aV I —»—• i '.' I IX 1840—A Silver Metis, for Stress 6» GoW Pens. 1841—A Kptosaw fot GoM Pvasj, ¦ 1 g ii_a Dipfoam Jbr the bsatG &gt;M Pes* ; 1948— A Diploma for the best GusJ Pews. 1844 -A Optoma fonaamnst 6 a«Pasav I84S-A Silver Madal for the b* AGsW Peps. 1846—A Silver Medal fin the bi stGoM Peas. Th' ts is to certify, that the above is a trae essay from tbe records of Ihe Atsktrkan Inathuto HENRY MEIGS, , em38 Bee. See.of the Asa sicaw Tnst»a».

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

fllcrtbjonoi^, 4S&gt;:. irTi'HE MA-rruR Of the partition of the estate ef Benjamin Brink, dee'd . late of Shtsh i/ttaVi «•« nship —in Ihe Orphans Cdurt of. Bradford county of Dee. T. 1847. 7 -j THE beiraand devisees of Benj im'ro Brink oVe'd. lo wit: Daniel Brink, Brink Smrth, Alpbeus Toxcr and Caliats hu wife, Charles Sailh, John Smith, Danirl fmilh, Orson Smith, Yaleal has Smrtb, Jaaara Smith, Wm. SmKh, Rachel Smith, Tl eodore W. Brink, Henry M'Kioney and Amanda M Kinney: bis wife, and Delilah Brink and John Brink I ad their gaardiao. Orison Rickey,—Orris Brink, EUxaai lb Briak, Charles Brink, Julia Brink and John Brink. Jr, and their gusrtlisn John Brink—Elixabrth Benslry, James Brink and Hester Brinks-are herehy sevcjmUy SMSUSwd that tbe Orphan'a Coori of Bradford county oe&gt; Urn 11th day of May, 1847, did grant a rale efwq them to eome into Court on the first Mmday of SSpteraber' next, and elect to take or refuse the estate of ajaid decedent at Ibe valuation made ther...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

PROCLAMATION. »; WHEREAS tbe Hon. Jons N. Co*rssam, President Judge bf'thh 13th Judicial district, eoasisting of the counties of Luaeme, Bradford andTTiogs, and H. Morgan and Reuben Wither, esqn. Assoc iate Judges in and for the county of Bradford, have issued their precept bearing date the 4th day of May 1847, to me directed, for holding an adjourned court of Oyer and Terminer, si tbe Methodist Church, in the Bora' of Towanda, appointed aa the place for holding the Conns of said county, on Tuesday, tbe latb day of Jaws next. aW«k «s r*j«rvs«wa&gt; aw*** **•«*# to those who are bound by recognisance or otherwise to prosecute aksinat Ibe prisoners who are air amy be in tbe jail of skid county, or who are or shall be bound to appear at Ibe said court, are to be then and' then to proaBcote against them as shall be just. Jorore sin requested to be punctual in their attendance, agreeably to their notice. v Dated al Towanda, the 4|h day of May in the year of our Lord 1847, and of tbe ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

ORPHAN'S COURT SALE. rr pursuance of an order of the Orntn&amp;&gt; Court of Bradford county, held at towanda orrtbe fourteenth day of May 1847, will be exposed to .sale ,by public vendue or outcry, on the premises, on Taursday ihev 24th day of Jane next, at 1 o'clock P. M., the following described lot of land situate in tfaetownahipotRome aad boanded aa follosra: Comnieneing at a csvnerion the pub|ic road leading from Ref *s village to Johnson's in. Rome township, and running north one degree east, two rods, thence south eighty-nine degrees east, ten and one-fourth rods to a corner, thence south one degree, west two rods, thence nsrlh eighty nine degrees west. Irfa and one-fourth ^roda to the place of beginning, coo- . taming twenty-one square;rods' with a framed.house tbsreon erected, t- eiugj a lot W laud bought of "lephen Cranmer, dee'd. in A,pril 1842, fay tbe mid J. B. Taylor, in his life tirre, and of which the said J. B.Taylor, died poasessed. Terms made Iknown on Ib...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

Xcro ^btJcrti^cmcBls. Bradford Comity Court Hoose. SKA LED proposals will l« received by the Commissioners, al their iiffice ill the liorough of Towanda Irani five o'clock in the afternoon of Thursday the 24lh iay of June inst., for the erection of a Court House in uid Borough. Plans and specifications will be exhibited it their orTicc on and after monday the 21st inst. Security will lie required lor the faithful performance of the roiitraci. A. L.URANMER. J. H. BLACK. Tovrnmla Junc.Sth, 18t7. Commissioners. - ^Ws4snfi^ffldL\ii? sffiDiByao' THC Suhsciilwr offers his new stock of HATS . AND t'j\PS al the first building south of the Hni-li How. where the hat manufactory of Mr- Thorosa «4- Dinnc-rU kept. -'1'bose who wi.-h lo purchase for i ,.-h. wilLbo'ancoinuiodalrd at very retluccd priccj".— I ur Hal» fio'in one to four dollars ; Silk Hats from one •tliree dollars; Wool hats from thirty-seven and a half "nl» to one dollar;' Caps from eighteen renti to one wllar—according to quality....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

I Af IIITOK'S NOTICE. ' I Tinmns Plliutt is. John M. For, A' o. 125, I Scjitiinfier Ttnii, 1842, Bradford Common I'lfai. . ¦ - . ' V; I /j^HK undersigned having been appointed an autfitor-I -L lo ilistribule moneys raised by virtue of execution I "w-d Iu the above suit, will attend to the duties of bis H .'Pfoiotment at His office in Towanda borough, on , Munlij tlie 10th day of July riext, at 2 o'clock P. M., H. "vhirfttime and (Mace all persons intercsted^are rc',111^,11„ present their claims before him, or be debarred H ,r»:n ruining in upon said funds. luiH-7, 1847. HE.NRY BOOTH, Auditor.

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