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

rpHB Gk^PEKBERG VEGETABLE PILI.S X *hd'tbap Green Mountain Vegetable Ointment, tar .•af* by tb* subscriber, odly sgeniTfor the town arid bo roagtai of Tovmriaa. tfM W.ff. BETTS. LAi>lE8! I SAY, TiADIBSt! If yoo bavvmade up your numlsto bay a aioa drsoa. ejooaor shawl Ibis •ease*, don't (ail to call aNo.*, Brick Row. where yaa caa tad tb* a*ost, best*ad cssapest aftjesrsia ibst Boe, ibot is kept io tawk.rjeoMaaAUUadata 'triiBWBts BeTiBnab*r ,«sJlat «rll BAIRD"8.

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

MAT BE HAD *t eentkipp toSti fa**/ **« it -ha* «vet btea •ofd itt TowaAda. tleoos arc cbesp, and »r^« ta^ lowered, *o<3-tbat U -tba reasoa wa can afford all for to d6 it. AH kirvis of prodoea will be m»v*Vfa payment. Alia, LCMBEKofaB kfada. Sept. 1. * L. M. WYE ? CO.

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

•ra*K91sEr,JEr?SCiaWaBB* W thhtm kepi oo bend s Isrgs assorfaaeat, aad mad« to order oo shorter notice and for Isos money than can ba prodoeed at any other eirUblishrasjirtin the land. Tbaa* Who ar*isnrplr tb* rsfMsStty of ptoeurins tbat •rude will «od shall bs oslisoed. A t°od bean* and pafl may be barf ra£t*t*1*t^wb*a dMnd. eVraetiAori.lftS. t. M. IfYt.st 0Ot

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

.lsin. C#f-iM itd BvxfUk Lut, -»i.-. .--- ^wjsrisa i<aif ^^vi EHE Pr*| iis4c vs> ia* *h»v*llaaaiC01Jti _ . ta»^ fJD**fPaMBca Baal* aai.ssa. ELktL!' ^MWWGaadBlJFrALO. far ih.,,^'^ f B*sir«r4* apd JUkUsrs, ssaviag West, ttbtimTtT. ^r^b*mofcrTc*TW v» lbs %m^*mubSt rctloa *f New Yorfi, PfSM^Jvoaas, ^ ^*" 'TbasroSU of thai .Una ar* af th* FIRST CLAM \m'm iaraW4 irilb .11 OBJeaavtoiene, 7^' *mmol*lm*tTM*lZTf i. pstmwtnini b, e,^ rd:C*fwm.j*M%*•S^f* *fB««ak •*¦*. BOATSOMfc. 5**<-H. W. TB0MP8QH ¦ -, : T|5*tPl 8-?, q*pV A M. TAYLOB. Jhmot Urn tttnt B «f 1847, ak* at lb* .bovr bW. will ksva CvrtAu$ ead Elmir* *v«ty watt is tbsTH lowio( order: ¦* Cosaise, svery M oitday «vening, at 8 o'clock, P U Esaiaa. every. M >k*>j sveniog, ot 6 o'clock, r It. ,. Towint down i en*e* Lake every Tbursosy avan in». louebing at 1 lig cMream, Lodi, and VtetittTud Iravfaf Batafa bs C^raiiurand Elmira, every BjT uUyasorowc. ' ^^" *OBFKEIGBTOBPA88AGE,s»pr.,f,c_i154 on Boardj or i...

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

TENT OUJiANDPKRSONS. THAT HAVE USED TJR. UPHAM'S ELECTUARY for the PILES. CHHONIC.DY8EJJTARY, INFLAMMATORY DISEASES AND SEVERE COSTIVENESS, have given their cartificatea of cures made by its use, when all other remedies have tailed, ami be proprietors are now prepared lo offer ¦ » ONE HUNDRED DOL1.ATS to any persons sffljeted wilh Piles, snd all diseases of i similar nature, or which are found in conjunction will ths Piles, if * cure is not effected by the use of DR. UPB/AM'8 VEGETABLE ELECTUARY, il is an Istks»*l Rsxsdt, not an external sppbcaliol snd will ears) any case of Piles, either bleeding or'bnod internal or external, and the only thing that will.. Tber is no, mistake about it. It is"a positive cure, speedy an permanent.! It is slso s convenient medicine to taki snd improve the general health in a remarkable mar ner. It is very mild in ha oppersiions, snd may be U ken io esse* of tb* most acute inflammation, wilhot danger. All externs! applications am In the bighesCm gree d...

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

S^HAamSi SJSA21R8J .j,-- fail ieay for Bargain*! / THE Mbaaiber srouM respectfully say to bis aid rastorser* fend <b»' poblie geberany, thai he bat re-commenced the manufsciore of Chsirs, etc., at lis old shop on thej north side of Bridge street, m the baiU. fng known *•(*•" Yellovf Hdose. " He keeps cos-•tahtly oil hsftfJ, of wilf rrtste to order, (in S neat ¦*< durable style) Va articles in h' ls line as cheap as tbs cheapest, Hia friends can bs sorplied whb Fancy, fftraor and Common Chain, of different palle rn*—-Settee*, Backing Chain, Children's Chair*, dV., <$-c. silt—Btditttii hi Tables. Call' sod K e me it my Shop oft Bridge street, ind t will satisfy yo i inst yoo ean boy reasonable. N. B.^Vyhito wood, Cucumber'and Bassvoal plank, wanledj in eichsng* for .ehsira boreatonsb' j terms. 1 JESSE TAtLOR. Towanda, inn. SO, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

'. . TO^MDAbv — ¦t^-*-* - ¦ -->¦ ¦ •" **^^ "^N*^v%^-y<Xl S,vV-^i^ws^^.^M^irfs,^. ¦ ,*vi l^MW»*» a»V»j>ja^ CD*incBl>a5 fiUraiiiB, J&memlxr 10,184?, —-*— ¦¦¦>¦;;..- * ,,. - .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

, .. Sorrnponience from flUjriw. Vol Csss. (Mexico,) October 7, 18t7. Editoksfof the RtPo»TB*:—Almost every citizen of the .United Slates who has been in Mexico, lias"written something in regard to the custom*, manners etc., of the inhabitants: whether I can add anything to the common" stock of information is doubtful One thing is true, descriptions of country. manners; &c., unless made tram tutuol. pertoml observation ought to be taken with great allowance. Tourists you are aware, have most grossly slan-JereJ the industrial portiori'ofthe inhabitants of the Vailed Stales. . ', ¦ . ' Mexico has men of talent,.-and information—the j*a! misfortune however is they are chiefly mifa-¦ iiry men, and their ideas-are too feudal and clani$h uiih.too little intelligence among the masses, for a republican form of government, the Azetic race is a Tnnfiless,- worthless, vagabond bias*, and there bei:i;no Cincinnatus, no Washington to give stability bihcgbvenimentwhen formed, their convul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

AsEcrjoTi: or Ma. JtrrEasoN.—Thomas Jefler- ¦ on, me illustrious apostle of liberty, could, not be Otherwise. orcoorse,than a fearless and uncompromoslhg advocate of the freedota of the press. He had " sworn on the altar of hisJcoontry eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man." This tyranny, to his! view, could appear in no more dangerous form, than in an attempt to bind m fetters the free limbs ard shackle the strong sinews ol the pbess. It is reined of him, says the Washington Union, that a dstingoished foreign, functionary once leisurely t pic ted u? a newspaper at the Presidents'' mansion, in arhtch he was amazed to find an article coramer.ti ig with much severity on some of the leading meisures of.the administration. Uunderstanding but little of the character ol our free institutions, and much less of their spirit, the foreign minister expressed to Mr. Jefferson his surprise that such a uowspaper should, be allowed to criculate in this cjnintryv and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

'-• rnaatitolubetofMaicrj ; -i •-•- '' "; ¦' ^i'o^^pf^f^^ami^' " "^li^i^^^ ' pil^B^i^aitl^^.v^^ lofty as ihe Catiforoian mountain 1" exclaimed I, extending myself almost breathless; upon ihe loftiest summit of trie chain which edges the Sacratnento Valley. -*•-: ;"*¦'-> ' -' "Not so," returned my fricnd;qnieuy y" it would be tooi hard to climb.'.' „ ' ' Harry South, was one' of those .men who reveal only to their intimate friends a marked peculiarity of character. There are many snch; all indeed *n_ay be really ao, for every man convinces those whVknowhim best, that he possesses a full and true indMloality; but, more than any other of my acquaintance^my friend managed'to mask a dreamy poetical imagination and a gloomy heart under the appearance of a rnore fashionable and high spirited man of the worldXHis wealth and connection in society, of course secured him the position of a gentleman.; Nobody suspected him of being a poet; yet though he never wrote Tines, he always though...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

WaTEEMeto.i ExT»ToaDrj«A»T. --"Bow much do yon ask for that melon ? *aid a dntedapperlooking chap toa darkey ; who was mounted nponacart before one of fhe principal hotels in Philadelphia, a day or two since. j " For this nn:,'why massy, I lecon he's wuftree levies, I doeal"; "Isilripe?f» .-. " Oyes, massy, he ripe shu- I dun. pings ora drougb, if you ses so." With that l|ie darkey out with his old knrfe and making the first incision in the melon, when it gave a long deep piercing oh 1 "Gosh a mighty, wats dat?" exclaimed Cuff, dropping his knife. r " What do yon stop for ?-' 'asl:ed the gentleman "Bress God 1 I tot him holler, I did." " Come cut away and see if t is ripe." He gave another poke with his knife and this time the melon shrieked om, " Ohmt irder yoo kill me!" Before the last word was or t, the melon went tumbling to the ground on one side of the. cart iaud the darkey on the other, beilotiing, " O de Lord' 0 de Lord ob heaven!" Picking himself up, helhalf s •ampered, hal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

Wt^xkJmmMM TwaBdiv Wedtfesdar, Not. 10, 1847 TiujnwcmjiG Dat—Thursday the ?5th inst, i:-to be- observed as a dayvof Public Tlianksgivin^ and prayer. \V,e..have hevn.rprra^Ftecl to state that our Merchant*, §aopkeeper*. and ethftr bnsines.-men have agreed to close ibeir stores and places of business on that day, throughout the" jeutire town.— This iS:%ht. We are glad to see that the d;.y i.. io be devoted, strictly to religious service.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

Sew Task Election On Tuesday the 2d inst, the State of Sew York held her first election under the new constitution. We had rapped that the Democracy of our eister State, which had been so long and sorely rent by intesiine jlivisions, aijd jealousies, would heal all their niptares and difficulties, antScome together, at thise^c/ion, in the came.ot Democratic troth, as one man ; and redeem the Empire from the thraldom of Federalism, and auti-rentisra, which have lately fastened their withering grasp upon it But, it seems the Democrats of that State, have, instead of uniting and laboring to de/eat their enemies, been at work most assiduously lot accomplish their own destruction; and the" retums!oflhe!Votwshowthat,iTJ this, they have succeeded to "their hearts content. The StateTiasgone^verwhelminglytfor Federalism. It seems that the State ticket was rendered exceptionaole to a luatttity of the Democratic party, from the prescriptive conduct fiSHhe Delegates by whom it was formed. " , -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

^S^^Jr^^^^^^^^^ Br^^^^yg^^^^^^^^^H IS^m^SmM S ^^im k^Z^U^L^^ATS^Or^ *..'Ja*^eW^T^^^^a"^T^^^^*"^*?^^*. Ti,»w ¦ *^ Jt ^^ ¦ .y^g — i I***.* tottdi*^ witiaa issiim Vera Crux of ttwltifc. -*$¦ i •?.*.% "$% f>3 ' :i tfgufi Ami wMbefere Mebfa;*j ffiaMth ait—i m informed Col. Chads fhat>e *ad oecopied^the city with 800 men, and demanded that the Americans evacuate the titadel, giving mem permission Wrw«erfvai«ai *^ *'- Col Childs defied fianta Anna. On the 27th Santa Ainu commenced a trswendoos assault upon CoL Childs* position and the latter in *»tnm rained bombs end ahellsnpon the city. , C» the JAth^Ae cannons^ wa* re«imjedby-Mexk»iisj3^tbedtyo*fendea^»Jwnaerve» from the attacks of the Americans by cotton bales. 'TOnthe Mft ibere were wai<mr>WU fighting i On the 1st of October Santa Anns marched at the hjead oi2<KH cavalry ta attack the rejnfoicements oh their ^aytoyMnGeB ^ Scoua i Mexico, but bis men revolted and pronounced him a traitor, itc—Santa Ann...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

raiaCTi^^ i s*—"<i&f ^'~^C' ¦*¦'¦>- irvuLJeemMft. fees*- kA-<4- m km .MtFTilF-W ytuafgnj^L m '»«« 67«a( 4*5) mt ^ iiauJnsy> m Sim tut :}#& ll» uWbm-% i,.i4W *so* -mm As BerS ^ - fe MM-- MSTk^Tail- ,Hi7\ BlaiJ, 12M 1864 . 12JI7 jS$5 Bradford, 30» 2520 2$Tl 3385 .Bs«4a»^v^^.r^4a^- v4>«>i.^4m<Ts#8l-BaflerC ; 1931 18(50, |S»i», 1856 Cambiia, ! 1139 974 1075 1030 Centre, ( 2477 1782 2622 1713 Chester, 1 4614 5152 14559 6175 Clarion, r 1607 631 1560 579 Clearfield, . , j '667 682 ,834 549 Clinton, 966 «8£ 949 681 OiuMBbia, .J^f.-Mi|-:,.U0vV f»9»- 1507 Crawford; f 2265. 1686 8162 1661 Cumberland, f 2867 255$ 2861 5371 Carbon, 786 48* 1st 475 Dauphin, -\. 1872 2790, 1961 2604 Delaware, 1484 I7l3 1441 1714 Erie. 1728 2586 1692 2582 Elk, 182 93 ,17{ 88 Fayette, 2811 2113 2768 2096 Franklin, 2762 3219 2732 3242 Green, 1914 *80 1835 861 Huntingdon, 1641 2012 {656 1971 Indiana, 1415 2052 1374 2033 Jefferson, ?09 454 ?<&g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

! Federal ImM. Where are the Federal issues'? Where are any of the issoesahat have ever been made By any and all factions against the Democracy of the country ? Singly and iji groups thev have all rank to rest.— The issues of the original' Federalism of 1800, sleep not more quietly than those ofjts legitimate descendant, " Whiggery" of 1840 oT~r844. The alien and sedition' laws rest side by side with a Bank of the V. States and the Bankrupt taw; and none of their many j worshippers seem disposed to weep over their t^mbs. For what, may « not be asked, has the country been kept in a state of political warfere ?' Why have the free and happy people of these United States been marshaled over and overlike a hostile army to do battle against the Democratic administration of the country? Can any man tell) [Can any Federalist of 1847 tell why hundreds of -thousandt. nay millions, have beei, maddened (with fear at the doings of the Democracy 1 WW they have been ineiled with the wildest hopes ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

The Wilmot Frorlno. AVe are guprisednud pained to see the Washington Union, the Pennsylvania!), ami a few other pa-. pets endeavoring to create an impression that the . result of the. recent election in Pennsylvania, should ^he-viewed'as a decision against the doctrines of the Wilmot proviso. No such question was involved in the contest No such was, made—and if it had . been made, the result would have shown that those who view it in that light are far from being jcorrect in their conclusion. A coteruporary, speaking of the course pursued by. these papers says—" Id ibis "they show an is' norance of the public sentiment in our state, and do great, injustice to Mr. Wilmot We have no doubt that a large majority in our State are in favor of the doctrine hinted at by Mr. Dallas, that of confining slaveijy to the limits fixed by the constitution. The Wilmot Proviso has been made the question ia New Vorkfand the result ofihe election will show public sentiment there upon its doctrines. We ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

^^^^^^E^H^^^^5B^^^^^^BX^^^H55^^H^^^^REaEa5DB ^epes^v«lr^aeT«fs»l of ow Oemoerawce ¦ emporsr^ are"al|»dy ^pt^ fiwrir presence* for cs^sles^lhe^reaS^ j-ia $48. :The Chester Cemty ArMrWBep)»>Ue>Jrii om b*$My f#he re^tctirm ei|Mr.^W? The Tioga EMm, C*Ujn;bia^Bqmrer^ and,-vre-believe, some outers, have placed the name of Mr. Bcchakas at the iicad ofJfcei^reapec&fc^^ The'W^k&arre Republican Termer, has run op the Fla^ for Ma*tih Vas Buren, aud in connection ".i>h the remark* of the Eeditor publishes (he folio* in^ ieucT rrom Mr. Van Buren v—- LnrtuorwiLn, Oct .20*3hV 184? My DbIw Sm:—I hud the honor' <a few days nine, to receive your friendly leuer,j^priaiig me i>( yi'iir desire to place my name, after ins close of the' then, approaching canvass in Pennsylvania, at the head of your paper j as the choice ot the sterling Democracy of your District for the Presidency, ana abxi informing me of a similar disposition among the Democrats of the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

-B-Bsmmmmm~^sm ^,~~-.--^i - Journal .msSSpbe an^WatuWport «T ouliTof theixM liitelTol^cti that orerjlivea-* *pjm breathiiwattKrgk^n apejrtuni «£» mAt&m abo« midday fife the wrnvvrnW^4&1 mptriKw^aTmSTby a mus^t rjafl in ffexiefcin obtWto'laujfainW Hesoarcaly^wsAed^ through the throat, and bad nearly if not quite lost the power of articulation, and as he could neither w»*fwwriie7st*iSitf«^ himself understood in the least . ExnsOBsuiajiT Pua*ttTAinor'-<A: lady,' Mr*. Bonn, was riding on horseback some six or seven miles soDthof Louisiana, Motion Wednesday last when suddenly a large tree wasbrokannffby a gal* of wind, that Macro* the horse, immediately bela^uSessAU^ kaB^ .Oii) torw-UJstja'ij'^ The, uu!y escarp without injury f 7, ,' ~ The total KbiliUes of all the houses that have recently tailed in England ere staled at One Hundred Seventeen 4»d a^hatf Million* of dollars. Pass on rut Ftnm.~The^ teleSTaph wires betw sen New York and Montreal are now tip and in op...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 10 November 1847

. ^ Penia'a CsatgresgfoaalDelegaf Ion. Whilst the glorious results of the election in this State have afforded to every true democrat cause for heartfelt congratulation, it is much to be regretted that the congressional elections did not also take place this year. Owing to disaffection in our ranks, the storm, and consequent tmallness of the vote fast year, nearly a foil dozen of lull-blown federalists were returned to Congress, who, with the firir fight and the large vote of the present year, would have stood no possible chance of success. It is indeed a drop of sorrow in onr overwhelnrihg cup of rejoicing, that these federal worthies were not in the power of the people of their several districts at the We election, tf they had, mere would be a different face on the relative strength of parties in the congressional delegation from this Slate. A glance at the returns will prove this : District 5, Montgomery and Delaware, will be mu-represented in the next Congress by John H. Freedle...

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