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

mmjMm*amm<*TM-y *v'jmjmr _tm H J9.&.M. C. MERCUR, bare removed their GOODS to the Store formerly occupied by H. Mix dc Son*, nortt^iide of tbe public square, where ihey are prepared to supply their customers aa bereloforeV^TowaTlrla, March 17^ \847. t T ADItei\e |n.fitirJ a aupeiior aaabrtment of DRESS X^GrtXrDS&^LOAKtNtiS. at MERCUR'S.

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

7erL of ihe Bradford Be^i(t' Tw a dollars and fifty cent* per annum s-ftrrj -^ deducted if paid within the year; and for DA" ally fajs advance. Ott a Dons* wUI be d«,uf"°LjW If Sujatrrihera- at liberty to discontinue si soy \0 roving arrearagea. Most kind* of Coostbi rs» receivjed in payment, e^ the market price. (<r^, At] vertisrroenln, .not exceeding a so,n*rt -^6* Mne*. inwrted for fifty cents; every .ulwfau'riti™^ iwvri y-fiveeent* A ducottnt made to yearly an tf-Jo 1 Pbistijio, of-every deacription. nr,1 [^ei pedii ounly executed on new andfaihionsM't^~^ts*f La ttera on business pertaining 10 the office aa*1. ree 0 f po*t*«e, to ensti* attention. ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

r^ffP^^^^^^^^BSi^^^^^^^^r^^^e^^^^ ,...~- — •rte Detfttl «r Jac** ** yUreii. -' The Bev. Dr. Wilsonr of En^ntdWho" has recently travelled through the Holy,fiend amiptib. lished the fesalM ofhrs travels under die tide of «The Land of the Bible Visited «ndl Deieribe^—presenteiib* ibfiowing itlBioo of hi* visit to Jacob's Welii 11m Be*. Dr. Wilson found' a renmarrt of the Sa maritans still, and had some Interesting conversation with one of their priest*. In the immediate tteighrjorhood is Jacob' s Well, where! our ton! enctrakmA &* woman .-of Samaria,lad trtts sm> plest images utstroeied her in the sublime tnysteris* of spirittial truth. The well ia.sttusied amid the rains of * chorea which orjee surrounded it—The mouth was covered with two large* ;«onM.— Rolling away these, the traveller* , with their attendants, awung themselves down to" a land of platform, where they kindled alight,and commenced preparation* for aastrtaioing the depth of. Jacob Weil. It a now time to d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

TOW Aft I) A;" riWhwtJWfl Jftornino, Xmtmhtt 8, 184?.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

PATRIOTIC POEM. (Fna fltWrsPhilwIdptaia Watklv Faptt.} rrm^asuaf£~Scpteab*t , tsn. to ma. datid 'vnn.KOT* Dm Sra-.-Tke fuhisn of artlgsnain ud-UUcrlpuoM ureou w have raorty paawd «w«r wilh U» esuc* »h«'> ««» udit'. md indeed, in thitcoonrvbat never Baeli fi»vsiki>. I fee) inclined in thij ibettnee » revive *e ennna, and hop* it »»r become fro«a),M Ike r»M of" »»«•»•<««»» biped* *' k»« hUm «nr «»re Sataumisl aesu cT teelifjrlac tkeir food wlilif «¦ Aput from (ratelU reeottoeteBt of " Laa« Syne.* I t«l honored by the il^hi opponoatqr I now eajor of fivtaf 4ii (fighttenuoooiej iabvorofoat whoh»»given•¦•qoiTo rt! proof of poritjr of patsoerj, bjr eadektsMof h> say the for-,yr progres* of an eril, which Jhmt the oatf breaker on which ii 1m oar gollaal Veseet nay be wrecked. The pmeat grero „fsiend fiunre prospeeuof our eonutry aoorda (object which ttcitu the dolieet.iiaagiaatioa, and it has raised ay; gauuam oi thr eibreuud to the produetioa of the feUowiagpoe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

Yankee Bateryrt—. 0.i« day, * fed, apparemy about nineteen, pre sented himself before onr ambassadorjtt St Pettra burgh... He war.a pun apecimeit of the, genus Yankee; win storvea too abort for h» bony arms, trowwr* half wtj up to hia knees, and hands playing with coppers and ten-penny nails in his pocket He iotrodoced himself by saying, "Fvejuet come oat hem to trade with • few Tankewaottorja , and 1 want to get sight of the Emperor." " Why do yoo wish to see ami" " Why, Pve brought him % ' present, all lb* way fromAmanky. I respect him eoKwotoabt* , and I want to g«t«t him, to give it to him with mf own handV - " F' ¦ i . .^.; Mr. Dallas smiled as he aruiWerad, "It ia each a common thing, my lad, to make crowned heads a present, expecting eomoOdng nandsomt) ia return, that I am afraid the Emperor will consider thia only a Yankee trick- JfPfcat have yon brought f v %i ¦ "An acom." .- " An acorn! what under the ana induced you to bring the Emperor of Russia an acorn 1" " Why jest be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

Ttte «^^«>eJ to Je^xfcev ... " A erntlcmau' who' reside*? for ajto tgt)ime.iri the city of Mexkoj na* .fevore^ » f WijMj^fWaj authentic accottjBt' of tie maj^ffieept jold. »|*f«?r ornaments contained in the cai&edrl llif ffiw ciry of Mexico. Tho Uets are obtained fri a the) mesf tinquestiOfcableshlftclif'i-*-.. 'it .; ; '1' . ".,'''.,^" '^ ... doldenJllUr Service.- ..'! ., •; ^m^'- s>.-.l 6 large golden candlestick* , 60 inshts highe,^ > 6 large golden branches : with a vasoojf small ^2g. •* •- .'>i.^ ?*$ WlSf ***r'.tt ^'»'-j* « -..=' - ... --¦sft&ss«.f|t • ifiwden. cjr^:^J«iJk^rjt.|H««ot|as|pj^ with frodiotaland fiotrt:pie»^. .jBi»fst!^saifbipr CferOSStOROS.-'-- ¦ >¦• • -•--'-'¦-,-.; v •/*»*« e^ 4 smailer' CantJlcstrcksxjf gold, 'srx»s¥!, iich9 mgh*. ¦ { r,\ 2 golden censors. ' *f^enonensastospraikloholyv*t« (nav*ra». 1 crass of golden, filagree work. 2 goioeitdo.Atnle*. ¦•¦¦-¦ ¦ * golden do.- PoWWbbbj^-i^ - - •'- .=.-,..:¦&amp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

l&r<tf>fart> ^mvUt ^y™ ^vfc^y .r .g-'-i ir - ¦-.-' - "*> A*^a^-i *«h*,» - ^ AjLsm.. ^.-T.wMdi, Wednesday, Nov. 3, 1847. OwmiMi UcrntraSsses.-r'Th* WasUoetm Uitton save Otai Jijaugvusratv were mart.: with (Sen. Panerwm u> mm the votes of the Pennsylvania Vnlnnirrri m Mex>v, tbr .Mr. Stunk. . Pray ~wha) benim-n had the United Starrs tiorrrnnv-nt w rmUc ajiajgi. areata with SjOcneral Dilieer of the army to '<¦- coR^he votes c&ta rVSBsylvania -volrmteet* ibr Got. Sbnnk or «ny an* else ? Xbe tame ham) ha» been V inibte at die palt of nearly every elaeUua sSsUici In »r,is atate ¦ —Bs»pvoaj> »»ovs. The Washington Union has mid no such tiling. The Bradford Mexican, publishes, a positive, palpable falsehood. It Was but the hand of Democracy that inflicted die stripes upon the Mexican part\. Here is what the Union did say: •< Several weeks must necessarily elapse before we can furnish the'full vote, as. under the -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

For the Bradford KeJxMer. Mgssbs. Editobs:—I noticed in your last paper, an article Mating that a tot would live 10 years:— My Father had a cat which lived to be rlear 21 years, old, when she was killed for the purpose of,making a Mxffolher skin, aa she was a beautiful black. She was in good health and sound.as ever with the Exception of the logs of a portion of her teeth. ' "' S.M. S: Exsr Hcaarcx, Oct. 25tli 184". New ;Yobs.—^hough we differ from the' Hon. David WniMor; in* his opinions on the Proviso which bears hisname, We rejoice to nee that at the Herkimer Convention, .which met a few day* ago. in New York, he earnestly adjured the Democrats of that State to yoteyrre ticket as previously nominated at Syracuse. There, spoke the voice of a Democrat, and we hope the Democrats of our sister Stale will pay all proper respect to his opportune and, admonitory counsels. - There is no doubt that New York is a Democratic; State. She is now torn with nrodvanii she may, on Tuesday next, g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

Kemi fwm «tt Natiottt. \ " jtetoapun^t B^sfBsasai , |h^ Htbernia , coeringja , Cisjnuiati |MlyJwJNlarp^re«to T».oqflBre, Jfe fraPMfcurffcgfor^^ hp'rrred passengers on Mtal,iri€tw%orn4)u and caadrtg, the srtbe was-terrible. St econumc it wis cx^guisheltandta%elwensro|all,?Jt was iStcovered tharjsomB half burned cafdu^ ^m oaffee, eoWfauied m themiddle ktgt tfGtmpo&kr. -> The Indlaris on the Gretu^Kains ofthe West are malcfrfg 'tenioteWoctvV ith pffltne^p^rr^li tirhu-" man life; bnt our Government Is too rfttlch engaged in killing Menicatis to protect her own c'itfaeus. The mackerel fishermen iu the vicinity cf Barn> stable say tliey were never in better lock .than at the present time. - j A small paper made lis appearance in the Mex-I ican capital, on me.2Sm,entiu^dihe JlakmEaftK < Its motto isr-"an honorable peace ennoblesnations, ! atul the magnanimity ofthe north will not let them ! ouer us terms other than honorable" ! The Union gives a tabular stattme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

' .n'u-^ju-ji ^ ¦*u.-jfT&j^«grt ^^^ gBBB3asge5;i ¦ ¦'i-* -y—3^i,^.-*»*<fc-»aii.a«2±?wr-»»''1 &0jncn-^HWoej jevojasceViv; .,'. a,. I hare jojfretmeed from anotnetfbanJlfieldi orwoiawhilmeMctory ofthe 4^erio*> arms ^eempJere, anoVcrn which onr tt^eoeieoded aaainHan enemylimmensely superior ittrhiimber a^strong lfposted. Ger. Worth cemrrrSs^l uV attack at early daylight, and in less AsaMo hours every point was carried, all the cannon, of the enemy were in our possession , an immense quantity , o^dammnritipa.cWaj!od ^ , among them Si ofBiersiiiken prisoners.r- -;' For more than an .hour the. battle raged, with a. violence not surpased aoeeMhe 'Mexican-Warcom^ merjeed.and so great mebdds.pp&osed, that for. some n^ne the result wasdoubuuL"'The forceolthe ene--mylSaeJjeen estftnaieAr^,fTO^i2 ,0tK»^05.; 1«,0O0 siror^y ^pestAt tehind breastworks , end 'to alrat them, our_smailArce3pfjKamely S^W^ wjs. riulgj edlb approach 'othan open plain and ^witnont th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

^ll^^^^ r^^^L^i^^P BoWrrT^^ ' syste« Of Bpa^te^lMi rjrsetiaed/ so extensively 10 tl^t'^^^^Z^ ?lioir|m Tfo »»Trjspeatedly noticed ||tsaliat ^o^rSoflifpjoIMsMihea' of Goyemraitit sfjJHL m^m»m^i ****. w^m^W ttaetOWkam.: f-aese stores were rmrcMscdiM peidjft taljeU *M saver for the amy^JbeHjfc sete^et prices, shipped to NewOrleanai Hatemoras, Vera Crux and elsewhere, sod perhaps tMmm * frrtnEffnl ifttr hsi**t*T iMirM. rTf**li l***j*i.ijMJ Stmigod^forffiouSo ono twennethWuSfo^ f-iiri nal cost. Two thousand barrels of Floor, beans, beef etc., were sold at one time from the stores sent to Tavtor-a division , at the rate jabovo ;men#ned, and nmeTtenths of the same stores were afterwards votdtback tothe Army ageou at other points at a sull nijjhBr prlefr than was paid to the first contractors. Whether- there is a collusion between Comji """""" '" -«™ ¦""""¦r*—¦- -- — -" —r- ——- —: most eases original Contractors are the very men who repsTc-hase these pretended damaged stores of the army- A' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

tftE D16PT OP KO 3, KEPT UP~ ! rpHEoU firm of Wit H. BAIHD «: CO., !„,„,. ¦ JL . aeen dissoWed by mutual cement, snd the »!>!«.,. ber«ei»i.dWpoi!rd.t» keep OLD NO:3, (whouali.,., right) GOING AHjEAD, would now unoouoce to Uai, who tike, lobby go ids cheap, that be it now daii, n. ceiving tirom the cil r of New i'ork, a new and «pW»dul assortment of Good i, which he is boupj lowll uthnp as they can be bocf{ bl tbiaside of ihtcity of Ne« York. My satMtmcnt com iita, as usual of DRYGOODS. <JROCBRIES;CROCKERY HARDWARE. fRfJN AND STEEL, ' BOOTS <fcj SHOES. BOB SLEDS, TRUCK CARTS.. AC., &0. Now, Mr.and Mrs. Everybody, jur t continoe yoar old babit of dropp ng in at No. 3, before fatehma% elwwhere, and if I don't sell yoo goods right, -don't buy them." I hs'e sccommodating clerks, who will always be. happy la wait upon you in case you don't find the Old Man constantly on band himself, and I have d } doubt bnt < n pricing the goodayoo will be gUd to buy. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

REGISTER'S NOTICES. NOTICE i.s her Ay given to all persons interested, that A. G. M itthews and X. D. Humphry eitcutore of the estate of ' <• Saatu i Matthew* , fanW, . late of Orwell; Get ego Fairbanks, administrator of the estate of Samu £ FaubatJu. deceased, late of ColorobU; Julius Pratt, see of the sdmiuiitntora-of the estate ol t ¦ ' Dictd Pratt, deceased, late nf Canton; J. R. Irvine, one of the adminututori . of the esute of I Noadfah Craumer, deceased, late of Monroe; Mia! P. Blade, administrator of the estate of I Jonathan B. Slade, deceased, late of Columbia: Joseph Allen.- J. M. Cnwmrr amf Polly Cranmer, administrators of the estate of Stemen Cranmer, deceased, late of Rome, have filed and - settled in the office of the Register of Wilbj, in and for the Cdnnty of Bradford, the accounts of t^heir several administrations opon ihe estates aforesaid, and that the same will be |mwnir410 the Orphan's Court of said coooty, on Monday, the 6.h day of December nest, for con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE, ALL persons indetted to the estate of haae Wilmr, late of Le oy township, deceased, - «re hrrebv requested to made payment witbjout delay, and uiom having claims »f ainst said estate, wul (dctss [hcmihi them duly attest, id to the sabscribers. " J/1HN C. WILCOX." .ELIZABETH WI-I.CO.V. Lerov. November S, 1817.' Administrate.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

WanM to Peddle Jewilrr! WANTED, ttreeactiwc, intelliuent, yoong men to peddle Jewelry and Fabcy Goodi, on foot. To young' roeW who can come welt recommended, libera, encouragement will be given. Person*desirwu of engagiog. in the bu*in«-s, will please csll on the >°l>- scnbeir; at MrsJDelpeoch's'u Towanda tp., on the88th 29th or 30th 01]November inst.; or on the 14th01 loh of December nekt. n2 EPH.KIDDER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

. ©Si Jj&Jg^iiniLil&iBSo NOTICE ia hereby given to Retailers of Forrien Goods *n<l Mr rctisndrip, who have not paid litir licenses for 1847, to call and pay up immnlin&ly. November 411847. J.KBEL, Tteiwrrr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

Copper, Min, and Sheet Iron. Brass JiPiipD 4SD BRlTTWIAi TiABE, - WOOLKSALE 4MB ItiTl'fC. ¦ .. ' • r DC. HALL is now receiving ff^.tons ofthe tbmt • goods, which he is prcparec to sell at wholewlo or retail, to soil purchasers, at Ihe most r«lur«l pri"*. fer-ca«h, lumber or grain. The bio.-! liberal price* will be paid for w feat, outs, corn -nil lumber. Store and Manufacturing E.<lablishmciU. on1 the cornet of Main and Bridge st>., where may be f«undihe largestwid best assortment of stoves, thus side the «''.» of Albany^, men as " Xunibtn. Buckeye cooking stove, srranKfrl with s rr)Wry top. and hot air oven combined, ' '• *> • Rochester Empire hot air oven, - •• Universe, f> ' * " Fulton, "•" (improTed) •»'-* Congress tight; air cuokihg, - '¦ v „ Knickerbocker, «' .. - -. . ?¦* Albany Elevated oven' «• *• % *: * « Premium « 2,3'^3 Race's paL self-regulator, air-tight parlor, '• *< Rochester air tight pailor, _ !•'', Congress do.- Albany do. (roast...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

^ M1LLINJ3RY AND MANTUA MAKING-- ' jumi s. oaj/jn:. . . ., CONTINUES to carry on the above bnsta»« m » IU branches, at her old atsnd, corner of Ri»?r "T Bridge streets , where Bonnets and Caps csn » P chased, and work will be done prompdy, fa«hi!»«»J' snd st satisfactory prices as osual. / Towanda. Octobers?, 1847. ' .'.__^-—

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 3 November 1847

- To Ml ImtUMed : . / ¦ THE subscriber, having made new srrangemear* . very desirous of settling, up tuVofl •c°,»n'*i ^ rcquesu those indebted, to settle iormediately. by P » their notes, payable in the sprint, if they are nois"- to square up now. Immediate attention is rev"*"?* Ociober if. J ^ JatTrlTON KINCgBEB^ Ladies* vHnt£r Dress goods.—* f£ vsriely, eo^rilr ig all the' latest styles and in* beautiful patterns, jp?! received snd for sale vert by X * «19 p.V.BARnSTT. QUMMER. SHAWLS, a bsauuful^^»e?-llji O, Jerags, DcXaln and BroehaSbawb ^ tnay* ¦J** atihe SAVINOS B-4jk**

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