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

THOMPSON & 'CRAWFORD, , IMTHOLESALE D.uggisK No. +» >»•*•! ?T V^ (South side, below Second.) P"'1^** offer for sale a large stock of Fresh Drug*,.**0 ' and Dye-Stuffs, to which they call, the stffno* Countrj) Merchants and Dealers visiting IU,M1"'.rt ~-Coa'c|i, Cabinet,-Japan, Black and olhc' {"Tvfia a superior quality. Also, White ami Rrd ^r*"' dow Glass. Paints and Oils—cheaper than e"'- "" (£? f. «c C. are also proprietors of the Indim ?F table Bklsam.'celebrhtcd fliroughout their «" neighboring States, as tbij best prcparat''>n ''"'"' , j, ofCouilis, Colds, AstBina, &c. Money nW everv iiistance wborc no .benefit is received. Philadelphia, Jan. 8. 1847. ____J—¦'

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

I CAUTION. ^ YT^riEREAS niy wife ESTHER has left »J » V knd board without any just cause or P™"1 ^., this is ;o forbid all persons harboring or irusting ^ my account as If am determined to pay iiodebu" contracting after>bisdate. „,.inV Camon, May 1. 1847. TIMOTHY FEb»- • CLOVER SEEP. .' ^ A QUANTITY of superior new ''^iS.' A d.y received.and ftr sale at MbrSt.i' I INSURANCE ABENt'^- ^ pg, r"pHt sabscriber eontinoes to act as agent ftr I ^ JL LA WARE- MUTDAL: INSVRAM E ^ Phnadelphia, a stock company of good stamlms ^ ^. pole a does busmess on os f«v,»rable lermsss «n. He S also agent for Ihe LYCOMING »-.u" TUA1. INSURANCE CO.,n company whico ^ woys I iecn punctual ia Ihe payment of -loss" sent* i idvantages seldom found. .( , cTT. To, rands, May 20. .. O. D.|b ARTIJ^

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

leriuqflhtr Bradford B^* -¦ . Pirn'*" . Tw o dollars aod fifty cents per armum , ' ^ ^ deduclcd if paid within the year; and j"»' "-•- ally \i advance. Osx Doli.»» wdl be deduc";>• bJ Subscribers at liberty lo discontinue »'*"-„,„£«» payint arjearages. Mostkinds of CorsTsr reccitfcd in pavment, at the market pHf'- ^ „t]n AilverlisomenW, not exceeding a «¦)"''B.jnjrrtiotI lines]insertedforfiaycepti.; everysol-seq"'' .^^ twcnly-five cents. A discount made to year^ . #. Jo£ Pni*T!*G,of every descripnon, "«'•' pediljoujy executed on new and f*-1"0"^ ierf'css* Leiters on business pertaining to the o* rce of postage, lb cnsuie a)tcntioB.

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

m? l§-h SHOES* OP ALL KJlg JTTJSTreceived from Philadelphia, a large in,mlJ alvdidavetirthient of men's calf,kjp and coane k!^ ofraitlHt 6» o- fj5 «h toy's do.; ladie, ¦site, "?'' Walking stipe si also, fine,kid.sBps and buskin. „]"! kinds of over iboes; do> calf bootees and )ictd |u7 c)iiiarcn*san3 Misses shoes «f all kinds. ketTr°!!i light, suitabl.foi' every kind of weather, Ywbficfi kip and coaiss boots to suit children from 4 to ll^ZL ^Id. _ We plslse ourselves to gire a hettei; snider lower price thsa any other; establishment in BndfcJ county. ' TRUNKS from 61 50 lo.$!8 i)0 , . Hats and caps. A lsTgB'ssSoriroent af fashionable Hats anr]: Cmi J every ftiod and description for sale very low ¦ ~f • '¦ «. GROCERIES. -.. ; iSlotasses , sugar, coffee, codfish, Nw H arid J Matt-. el, best quality black *nd gn>en tea, from 31 to |j^' a pound ; polveriwd and loaf sugar; rice tonaeia,fn0£ sperm, dipped snd mould caneMis ; rajsini by |hc ^ or pound, staren, snap, segars at ...

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

^^: tosVUtTrVr Jnuinana Britisrt'm^^ titst; Qvti rrrii 3, ,t tiis'ebrnev a jfk i ^ J^stiv*, a wiill^leetedlaaWtnient of ne»t??t» ionable D*Y VfOi IDS, which wilt ^ SJSI** low for ready j ay. Tb«ol^ei)fM«i,miwr! ,|»«y Satiostt, flann *V V ngbam,' alpacca, the ebrsDssiL. , print! in to. n, eIgings, insertings ,Swias^J,, rf brie mus nu, finery, canton flannel nriir ¦ ' •: IdeacK r.r d brown ruu^riro ft* , surp nsec) tt'ekinf;, check, eariuaere ¦¦ - utloaiwoolao. buck glovesT <ouas; Jsose, suspenders, ... /jEtoMnJjianAhtbfa, «_ . .' . Coition and pongee hdkrt,' g nglj^m cravats, phud sha»b> • Woo r^forios^ , cotton tapes, Mteo. ¦ ¦¦¦¦ ¦ ' o thread Sewft^fVilk , cotton l»lls, p,^ ' ;. , pins, net dlesi spool cotton, hooka ondev-; stMpendefeJSJurtasrfswealliQUou^wia cr articles, ui nal)y joand ia a. store, not iBmii«Lj ¦:i Tbe pubbV areWvfieJ to cattandeiamiMit^i before pnrcba ring jelseWhere, as* they will be aaHel*!z er tliair at an' r other estibfuiinwnt in town ^*r* T&am...

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

WAJWTED IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS—Wheat, Domestic Flannel, Rye. ^oolen Socks, Com, ' Huckwheat, Oats, Flaxseed, ¦ Hotter, . White Beans, Cheese, _ CJOON SKINS. ' in short, almost sny lb ing, for. which liberal prices will te paid at . ri. D. DABTLETT'S. Towanda, Nov. 3, 1846.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

A Heta-vr** Bin. ¦ t wsitib rsae-rsew, bs*> -Retnember, lore, who give (bee this, When other days shall come s When she. who had thy earliest kiss, ' Sleeps in her •arrow hone. Kemember 'twas a mother gave The gift to one she'd die ta save. Thst mother sought a pledge of love, The holiest for her son; And from the gifts of God above, She chose » goodly one. She ehole, for her beloved boy, The source of light, and life and joy. Ami tjade h<* keep *« gift—that, when The parting hoar would coma. They might have hope to meet again, { In an eternal home. She said his faith ia that woald be greet incense to her memory. And,should the scoffer"in his pride, I .a ugh that fond faith, to scorns An.l but him cast the pledge aside, ' That he from youth had home. j^ii- bide him pause, and.ask his breast. If he, or she had loved him be*. A parent's Messing on her son. Cites with this^ hnly thing; The love that woald retain the one Must to the other cliag.- ~ Remember! 'tis no idle t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

» Pawtmer Haunt la I«rmfjwc|£. S new county was formed by the last legislation of Voi'tstfvima. out of the north-western portions of Lwrontunr and Tioga counties. The name of S-llirnn. in honor'of Maj. Gen. Sullivan of revotali.>n.ir\ memory, ha* been given it. Thi.* augments the iiuiiiW-p of counties to sixty. A wilder distm-t of country can hardly be found in our newer States, than some parts, of this mgkm exhibit—li ha* always bnen a sroat resort for bears, panthers and wolviu;-and. if 1 am not greatly mistaken, ,.m.' of the*e rarmints still exist. "The seal ofjesikv i* corttemplateJ at a place known as u Sam,*' ilit- opulence of the family of that"" name, classic ^tiih«1 ilonjvo rated, for seventy ytsws or more to the'cha*-. ami the head-quartets of old Sock.—in !»-' line ** great ami original as Boone or any of trr ili>ri(»ns old hunters of the west f i'.'itr.ul Sotk was one of the old seHjlers of the » Till l<ranch of ltte':$u.«qBehanna,in otie of its wild...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

a* was. «.tbi» a. srsecasav. Amia thserfdrm t aaanm mat ameer/ raarM lueir aasaora twaaty towards the finmriag amea, Att amvtajg sharply. - There, whhjigai iaa arm Wrought a bold emigraat, while by ma asm ¦ ia little aoa with qurstioa and response m^hm me toiU j - -Boy,taoahakeeverarea •ueh r^orioas trees, aad wbaa mew gmai truaka rall,aowm*lratearwrroaat. Umemberestmoa The migmy river on whose breast we safTd aemaay^dajw on toward the arttiag sun ! Compared to that, oar own Coaaeetieut Is hat a ciueamg stream.1* -Father, the brook That by our door went siagiag. when I laaaeh'4 My tiny boat with all the sportive boys. ' i Tfraea. school was o'er, is dearer for to me I ThaJ alt these deep broad waters. To my eye They arc as strangers. Aad those litne trees My mother piaated ia the ramea hoaad Ofoarji rsiAssM , from wbeaeethe tograMpaack Fell ia its ripening goM. were fairer sure Taaa mis dark Csrest shattiag oat the day." - What, hot my little girl,"—aad with light step A fairy cream...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

tPsM lieailcT**a Wuhiasui ut ku ft-nml.1 Bmrmm auemmeta. . . , muawuaunnimia.i. ' Stenieu was eccentric in his habits, frank, Hunt and irritable, and always expressed his sentiments' wimoui reganl to Mend or foe. Raving spent his nfo m eump, he waa frequently tough in his manaets, nhd whan excited, tush at a storm. Still the soldktr* and oftVers loved mm, for a generous act! would always repay a ridden wrong; under that stem military exterior, beat aa kind a heart as ever dwek in a human bosom. He was prodigal to a fontt,a6dan appeal to tus sympathies he never could resiw—coitswmjamy, as objects ? of charity were painml enough during our Keroh»^, he|wm never long in possession of money. Whemrm he had anymmg to ear his table was ctowdedKtt ofticers, and often with those of inferior rank. 'Once, in Meeting some of the Intter emts to be4 invited, hesmd[ "Poor feUow*, they have field officers shrniaeiai, whbont their pay or rations.7' On one nrrnalott. he sold part of bin) camp exnnppug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

Bcinr c emnmutimjmm ijM varnms ':amhvmmns af{ | Rights, **m&«Ji/^2ri*t,+ JM*mt \ -fisreiV y and CmnrnrammJrV*no £ ;:i"-?:H:;.H'f" The public powers ought ib-. be so coitsmmed , tlnr', always active, all suited toftnfill thew destined purpose, they can never depart from their,, proper i c<Min«e. to the detriment of social' interest. The laws ought to be clear, precise, and uniform, tn aH the citizens. | . .Law must be impartial, whether it reward orptmish, whether it protect or destroy. Law is the free and solemn expression of the general will; it is the same to all, whether it protect or whether it punish : |t can ordain only that which is jost and useful to society, and forbid only that which is hurtful. The law is the general jwill, expressed by the majority, either of the cilizeUs or of their representative*. That which is not forbidden by the law, may not be prevented. Nobody ran be constrained to do that which the. law does not ordain. ¦ I • The law should only d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

j TOW AND A: rJDcbflr*b« ]| fibmiini, lBne93, 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

.. _1 s..L_—: :' -•' -p—£*_—fHwfrfptfc f&tpttttr. Townflda, Wednesday, Jonc 23,1847 DBMOCRATIC B^BUJi ATIOSS. fob savsasoa, «. FRANCIS R. ISHUIOC. * .-•£¦ «»sttt. eewmsstenan','*- - IrlbRRIS LONGSTRETH, nr hoxto'omv.sv cotrvrv.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

The. Reporter iwr Oae Dollar I frtmtmm I* ttu JPmtt Ststtx jnwcarfag- Ikt g-rtmr. nt nsltr of AVts SrtwrAwa I Two PRorostnoits.-*-We propose to furnish the Bradford Reporter to-elub* of not bus than ten. at any Post-office for onegrfouor per year. The order for the same to be .accompanied swith the rash in all cases. Present subscribers who wish to avail themselves of this offer, will be required to settle up aHamm«ages.'*4s£s^. Jjjrerwal send the Reporter freeof charge to all new. subscribers, at any Post-office, where we obtain the greatest number of new subscribers during the year, or untiitfie close of the; present volume. Present subscribers who wish to avail'themselves of this offer, can Jo so by settling up arrearages, and commencing anew. . - . « Our object is not so much to make money, an to render service to jthe cause of Democracy (luring the coming canvas*. The Federalists are putting forth extraordinary efforts to defeat the Democratic nominees for Governor and Canal Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

Canal C*MjaiMl»»rr. Ask a Federafist for a satisfactory reason trig tho nominee" of liis .party for Canal - Commissioner should succeed, and he will be puzzled lo find n plausible answer. In truth, no good reason can be given. ..The Federalist* onife had control of the public works for three years t and we would1 ask Ihe people if any good resisted to- the Commonwealth from their administration! Did their government of the pubhc work*, for the three years they had thenfin charge, establish any character for honesty of purpose and integrity of action ? Nav, was not their, administration of the affair* of our canal* and rail roads for that period fflCTalized by a more open and reckless disregard of public opinion—a more complete and u'.tet prostitution of the commonwealth's-resources for purposes of private gain and the perpetuation of their {political power, than:was ever witnessed in any country ! Who has forgotten the boast of the master spirit of that iniquitous administration, th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

THal •<'Manas *. 1 nutajmi a. The Cetttt%gQyer and Temumwlmimis county, winch ¥mA^cm^0^^^im0t ntjmth^ for~fthe purpoeeap|wttJpnftlnjrajM chafed with the imiiili"i 'nf liifffiifojmi^rtjn^ nejtijfyy nil of *fi* \veek in nearly the JMfoniw/jBlj argument bj^eowHHJl ^ engaged in the cause, ft* case was conducted with" signal tact and ability by Mewsr*. Hazard, El well and Adam*, Eaqr*.. on behalf of the Commonwealth, andJlemrs. Wunwt , Knox aud Rainl for tlie prisoner. The cause was concluded and submitted to the jury, under a very Inciil charge from his Honor Judge Conyngham, on Saturday about 5 o'clock, P. M. At half past eight the same evening, the jury returned a verdict of <•' (JctLTT " of murderin the first degree. - The Court hnmeoTa'fly 'bdjo"umed"bveTlo* S^bT o^locV"on" Monday rooming. At tho opening of the Court on Monday morning, the Court room and galleries were tilled to overflowing, with anxious spectators curious to hear the sentence of the Court pronounced u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

Ittm Stm* tiXT&rtnu. ~ t>^ il r Soae sconttdraJi m mmton have beea^rowing '• 7-«aLj»»% £Ml ».•*]&£ ¦ ¦% ^ ¦ - ¦ -am .1* %>i5u-- v-1^7 bott^fiBamwj^T and fe^ ¦iinn ^ mb^ ehgfce ^ttlNMra ot^peacuh Grant, the wtyT^n4J tljjttparaMErmranmm%id llmndoffJo«||. -hCe|tflMk! bfc uttmagu wmflsne to % curtkkantirirtnuirei .. -^. -Vw^ p, m be re tained a. a lioat^'riJaSe safBty of mmmjfMauui Rogerfcm>w a prisoner in Meiuco, and will beeren|Ked\ by orders from our goyernaWt, .iacaa^riptebceahooW be tothe maishipman. ~ *" ~" *'"-""* »¦ ~y.-^—— ¦ .-,-We regret to announce the death, of Jamea. <6. Sturgeon, eldest 'son of Senator Sturgeon, and Military Store keeper-at the. Ftttsburgh Arsenal. —, He died at Unjoruown, Pennsylvanian, on^^iq^k instant.' :! . . , »../>'•'' *''-r'Sff bv theaeam'orum^^Sjfwfue e^s p ^ought^ £25,000per aiuiumJ^Equal to 4'yean of out President's salary. ' - ¦ ¦ ITS PrrTSBtraaa iim Cohuklstuxk Rail - Bow.—Iri the counties of F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

~^eri~±1*^ 4tXe%to. M^^^^W m^^^^^^ »4wjf$ acBMed tthmW^metpSmorlmiwlion >Pb^o a^r 1n^^.t]U^#Mmri. ajrifsj % Z*?1 s.' -sSJ-'-d * **? -. i ?£ l $*-*': "-The report ofSam*Am»aV rB«ignaUonnadreach «h! Tampico, but we are still uncertain if it^as been accepted by Congress. The feelings of the -people-arsinanifeetiy -fan^'emmttMed^ttgamtt him. _ Fromlmiuneowehareno local news of any interest By the arrival of the Oregon we are in posses sion of papers from tte chy of Mexico to.the 22d ^f Hay/ :Tne 'httest |iapemf murmttsb/ receited were to the 19th. - extracts from a letter -are have already giren, they contain inietesSng news. "And first of the Presidential election. The EhwtiOT oceared«ithe 15th tut, and the returns are slowly commgin. We now learn that the States of San Luis Potoat and Guanajuato voted, for Gon. Herrera. So too. dklMichoacanjhe recc'iviftg'eigfit votes and Santa'Anna' two. .Thus, then, stands .the result, so far m we have any certain knowledge. Angel Trias has r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

WGsmgmmmiBgm&sBmgm £«l«^1fk^iatvBa«xfMa). '- We®rtmi^em Cruz, 1st uut.^u&mum Bmvwfon the 4th. , G#n,; Scot! had left Jalaps at the head of aUthoa sand troops.: GenemlJTranin^:^ Avjnkm an-ImtFMiMTlhe itfcTt-trail not jmmirahr known, l^ supposed, that Gen.' Scott would advance on this capital widi his present force. - Authentic news has been ruceired that Santa Anna had readied the Presidency on the 29th, but it was not known whether Congress had accepted the m^iatimt hr nw.' He took the step io.consequeoce of onponmonto hffrie** «the defence of the capital,and defamatory articles in the public priots. The American army wa» generall y expected at Mexico on! the 15th of. the present month, and but slight resistance was anticipated. - Santa Anna1 commenced fbrtirjring fftmlalininii in person, and Moicaezmgo, near the sajjajrhi ; but unusual disapprobanoa was manifested, and his resignation fblfowed. It was believed that his resignation would be accepted, arid Herrera nom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

Santa Anmm's Puma. For some months past tf ia Federalists have been ringing the changes on the Santa Anna Pass. — " Who gave Santa Anna a Pass to return to Mexico,"' has been Ihe answer to every thiig said by the Democratic papers in regard to the war. And they have even gone so far as to reduce the paw to writing in regular form, as though Polk had sent tlie wooden legged hero a writWeanl of admission to visit the country of his nativity. The foltowiw* is the form which Federalism has given to this celebrated pass. \ ' . The commander of our naval forces m the ftdf of Mexico w hereby notified, not to obstruct The passage of General Antonio' Lopez de Santa Anna and suite to Mexico, should he desire te return tfMsrr'«" . -. ' JAS. K. POLK. May 15, 1746. . \,( _N°Wv« befieve it is well authenticated that President PoDt never give Santa Anna this or any other pom, but even if be had done so, it would only have beenadmitting zfortigntr into bit oamman frj, and there certainly was no tre...

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