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

'". fWNAs.Myw YsfkOsW,Xsaslsa, ~~^ UrHval mk tm» HttWamnuTiw^ - ¦ ?. v^^^^^w5 ^^aaanaam t^MSS2^^^ ¦% TAe prMple aeras of general mMmto.. oasSPasaaaSfeg c-. M^„.-N!sasfei» ." pmnatkmsetrtertamedprerib»toi£e Xe^S^ ihe fast steamer, that the com market wn^i^* taw to upward umdeacy,tb* unumaj bl^ h^«m * e-ee,,!B^-e^^ Wrt, ^^^ orlotetmmrSS tt^^ ts^jxtnis^dESsS had created eonmdemmei uettvittr, ahleiJX^A PI1, !!,' cided reWion that bud mW'puttTftra^ ^ •ure of the money niarket, which ¦ md^aI«^,"'*• ded to republish a freer deake to ipecmi.y ^" reports, though rmawlumticated. of a%rr*al*. 2? um of the potato crop, both ».uuhW^ MjT*?- hadLJao had their mnuente. maitae J, The marketa had, m point of fiw, fuj_ _ ., bngs per quarter from the highest poun - tJl^C flour had dechned to 40 shuunsa per hM V* worth 42 sbfflmgs at the latest dateTaadi'£? nuriy quoted at 43 shillings for best ffS^ averaged 37 to 38 shilhnga per bM. 11^ 7^1%$^? 5-6 P«H^to 12 amSZ 8 PJT^Z? Ib8V 1tod,*n COI,, ***to««^aLx...

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

Stea^tltarly Alike! The reader of the news from Mexico carmot foil to be struck with the extraordinary similarity between die angry deiimicialions of the Mexicans, and tlie arguments of their allies . in this country, Ihe Federal leaders orrd newspapers. There w the same absence qf all allusion to the causes which lexl to the difficulties between the two' countries—the same studied attempt to place die blame upon the Government of the United. States—the same pictures of the excesses of our soldiery—the disposition to magnify the spirit and resources of Mexico. The newspapers and politicians of Mexico, in these particulars, enjoy a common sympathy' with the Federhsts here. Tlie address of the clergy of San Luis Potosi is singularly like the speech of Con win* To this hons, what i* the burden of the Federal pre** on the subject of the' war % Abuse of the executive exaggeration of our losses and expenditures —false statement of the excesses of our soldiers and daily misrepresentations ...

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

Kctmite t» ac&tcts Pe4(nll>a. The following extract of a letter, is from the pen of William C. T«bv, belter known among the ncws,>aj>er fraternity and letter writers, as - John of York';—a racy and spirited writer, who is nojw in Mexico in the service of our common country. The rebuke is most just, and we trust it will have a salutary effect upon these enemies of their otjrn country. Tlie writer has been a regular correspondent' to the North American, ever since be let! for Mexico, and of course it is from that paper he {earns the part Ihe Federalists take with the Mexicans. - The wonder is dial the editors oflliat Journal ever permitted it to appear in their columns. It certainly could not have been read by them previous to its pnbhentkni, or the public would never have seen them cringing under such a lashing. '• Anti-war Folks !—There are now in Mexico many thousand* pf your fellow citizens, who. al the call of their nnd your government, lefl homes, ki...

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

fjpcchle gq>if»nf % JOnrJict..'' . PklUdalnaum Market* • ' ' Farxux, Jtraa t», 1847. Renews of the arrival of the steamer Cambria -i iBosttirt Was received here this morning by tele-!L»v but fe.udvtces did not come on till after 11 v3ock, and Wereuiot: made public until after 13 prlerk. since (nen P"0*8 ¦ * Hour and Meal jjjjjrain,have declined, and no sales have been m-jeio»«est the market Sales before die news w maa'e public of 3500 brls, Flour at 88,50 It 88-«a brl. and 400 brls at 88. Subsequently it has ^n offered at 88 &*7,75, without buyers. In U,s Flour, Com Mem. Wheat and Com, no sales lave transpired since the steamer's news was made public- Itew York Market, Thvbsoat, Juno 17, 1847. ¦ry Breadstuff market was entirely upset to-day |.v the Ibieign news, and dealers were in a fog until they got together on 'Change, when buyers aid-sellers canl* together at $8.00, and about 10,-(flr) bbls were disposed of partly for shipment at (jut price. A sale of 1000 bbls w...

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

New 'AbttcrlittCtttcnts. BOOTS AND ^HoS K.H art joi ibant kere! Ira't ye! Its, I iitiiit! THOl'SANDS of limes tbeqoeatiao has been asked. Where on earth are all the Boots and Shoes aisnufsrtured that supply the continual rush at the corner of Mun anil BnJge streel^l O'Hirs snswers that thir i> the place, uul these are the things We do it with ! 6|^^B^^__ Seventy-eleven newfashionar IJPIJHB^^ .every two .seconds.' SigSEgffljSi *°ut <"» lne Steam.'.' Hear ye ' hear ye'. and understand, that O'Hsra, st lie comer of-Main and Bridge streets, will sell at retail lhi> tcason. 39,781 pairs of Boots, Shoes and Brogans, at a less pi ice than ever was or probably ever will be offeree! again in Towsnda. The Ladies' Department in this establishment la richly furnished .sruh fashions. Ladies', misses ' and children's fancy and common boots aad shoes, .even to Ihe extremity of the latest fashions. Mistake not the (ilire -Comer of Main sad Bridge streets, the only Shoe Store tn...

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

DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. THE Co-Partoersbip herrtofore kiistinf andsr the name and firm of. Welles ft Batteries, and Sattrrke, Welles ft Harris, at Athens, Pa, was tats day dissolved by mutual consent. The books and Seconals of both firms will be found at the old stand, where one of the parties will always be ready to settle with those having open Seconals. O. D. 8ATTERLEE, C. F. WELLES, JR, i \_N. C. HARRIS. " Athens, Pa, Msy 10,184T. ALL persona knowing dtsnuMvcs indebted by Beak account. Notes or Judgment*- tojhs above arses, will da wall to call and pay laV'same immediately or cost will be aaa^ afto sixty days, wrtrwotreapeet to persons. SATTERLEK, WELLES AvHARRIS. Atlanta, Pa, Msy 10, 1847. \

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

BRIGADE ORDERS. \ THE enrolled milhia and volunteers within the bounds of the 3d Brigade 9th Div. P. M.will meet for military discipline, inspection end review as follows q la companies an Monday the 7lb jrisy of June next, st sack pUeaa aa any be directed by the coromandiog •fleers thereof—and ia regimenta and battanoaa as follows : The Sd regiment, commanded by Col. A. K. Beaard, 1st Bat. on Monday Jons 14, 1847, Sd Bst; ansae Reg. oa Tuesday June 16th. There will be sn election held in the Sd Bat. on said day for Major, in place of A. Clere, removed from the Stale. 4th Reg. osnmwnded by Col. N. A. ElKoU, 1st Bat- on Wednesday June 16th ; 3d Bat. same Reg. on Thursday Jane 17th. The 1st Vol. Bst. of Tioga county, commsoded by Lieut. Col. Joseph Ynukin, on Thursday June 17th. The 3d Reg. commanded by Lieut. Col. H.H.Seely.on Friday June 18th—sn election will be held on said day" for one Col. of said Reg., ami Major for the 1st Bat. of said Reg. The 3d Vol. Bat; of Bradford county, ...

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

THE GR.EFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS and the Green Mountain Vegetable (Hnlmcnt, tor sale by the subscriber, only sgcnl for the town sod borough of Towsnda. d» N. N. BETTS. LADIES! I SAY; LADIES » Mf you have made up your minds to bay a tries dress, desk or shawl Ibis seaaon.tdon't fail lo call at No. 3, Brick Row, where yeneaa and the most, best aad cheapest articles in that line, that is kept in town, besides all kinds of trimmings Reewarbrr , caU st nvll BAWD'S.

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

p>lgr£*IPAlEILj@Bi Sm©m\SDK3S JT. HEADI.EY, EDITOR—I—The Megeiir»»>s* • furmerly under the cain of D. Mead, catnaenrnsha-Fuurth Volume under the editorship of.J. T. Hradley. author of " Napoleon and his Marshals." •• WsetnngloO and bis GenrraUy*" Letins from lujlagpftc, 4c We JM^t/noUJingJa^y ina«!liaMaiat ' to' mil lara^Hphufiilic esllojtf iba j- last it wstaW onhr mainUM^tnqpism* •u'riohl* i*^xatsisaa,baXaam% to Maelfa far higher populsMly, sod bseoeja Iba- coav pmiou of many a circle to which' hi* bow. > stranger, gladdening by it* preseaes, while it Waartaan inssjcncs mire, elevating and bsaW.fal. TlM.sditar;waabsnd .his erfbrgies lo mske this the assetas««W. -B(sgsaia« Vat'..tt> ilay, and ,While avsilutg hissssw * of sms|hinm r fssss .'the ,t lest writer*, he will draw free); (rem bjs'sameahauw- ; less sfaxel. ,i L '"''"' It will|conlioaB-hi naaumm ha high sssrsf amsv and. nothing will be sdauticd into its columns which will minister to the corrupt p...

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

A Woolen Factorial Home. THE subscriliers take pleasure in announcing lo the citizen' of Bradford county Lnd vicinity, that they have leased for a term of years the building situate in Wyaluxing township, and known as Ingham's Factory, and which they are now filling up with machinery sod apparatus for 'he manufacture bf broad and narrow cloths, flannels, Ac. in superior style and on the most reasonable terms. Those wiahinig to have wool manufactured upon shares will find if to their, advantage to give them a call, as they < am determined that no pains shall be spared to give the most perfect satisfaction.— They work Wool into Broad nrfnarrow dressed cloths for one half the cloth, or if preferred, Ibey will manufacture by. the yard as follows:—jBroad cloths for from $1 to #1.25 ; Narrow cloth, frorji 41 to 50cts. Other articles manufactured for proportionate prices. Wool carding and cloth dressing will be done on short notice and reasonable tcrmL- Thev will be pre-|>are...

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

No. 1„ Brick Row, apia in Ihe Field! II*. .*. C'/inin-WrftJ*, «_JC> TT AS jui I relumed from ihe city *CjjJ XI of N< w York wilh. a Urge /*^f»sj«S^if** t supply of ' Vatrhes, Jewelry and f7f*\ ^ifer "''ver wa"» comprising in part, TV* ^ "swlal' lhe fol,m"'nS articles:—Lever, fnWOCc I^^BSS L'Epineatd l'lain Watches, with aBJ^^a^Bn UW*' * completi ' assortment of {Sold ^^ssstss^^&s***^ Jewelry, mirh as Ear Rings, Finger Rin •«, Breast Pins, Braceleti, liockets. Gold chains. Gold Pens, Keys. etc. Also, all sort* of Silverware, 4nd any quantity of C)leel Bends- -all of which he otters for sile fxccecdiiigty cheap for (l.\S*II. Ws'chcs repaired on short r otice, and warranted lo run well, or the money will b > refunded, and a, written agreement (given to that effe :l if required. N. B MATI.E SIJOAR. ind Country Produce -taken in payment for work ; an. als t. learn note, and forever , that Ihe Praluee. must be paid ic/ie» the work is done—I war aguiusl credit ...

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

IIISSOU'TION.. PHE FIRM of E. !<inilh A- f "U i» th'» <l»y di««olved JL by mntital consent. All iVrooi'J"- &e.. due lh« firm must lie immediately paid. E. SMITH. Towanda. M-v 12. 1817. C.T.SMITH. DISSOLUTION. THE rn-psHimtrship heietifOre existing between C. A. K. ItEBL) U this diiy di<sol»e<l by mutual consent. The accounts, notes, Ac., duo the firm sie left wi'h Charles Reed, No. 5, IS. R. for collection.. CHARLES REED. Towanda, May-34, 1647. El)WARD KEEJj).

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

ORPHAN'S COURT SALE. ~ IK purcaancelbf an .order ef the Orphan's Court of UraJfoiM county, held at Towanda. in and for said munty. on the. rtth day of Msy, A. D. 1847, Will be \iposcJ to sale by public vrndueor outcry on the-pre' uwet. on Wednesday the 28lh day of July, A. D. 1847, at 1 o'clock P- MT, the following piece erf land situate in the trfwnship of Springfield, bounded north by the aiurri.v road leading • from Troy lo Tioga Point, and by lands of Sylvester Leonard, east by lands of Oliver Gates and tods of Paul Shemwsy, south by lands of Stephen Htw.snd west by lands of Daniel Bartlett aud J. W. M.:nur sndHsnJs of l^rauel Faulkner. Containing 'one hundred acres or thereabouts,- with a two story fnmed dwelling house, a framed bam and other out nouNM (hereon erected, and an orchard thereon. The nlwe will be sold aa the pioperty of Benjamin M'Aflee tlrc'd Tcrinr made known on the day of sale. r JOEL P. M'AFEE, BENJ.J.M'AKEE, lone *3, 1847. Exeeuloisof Benj. M'Atse. -

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

LI ST OF PERSONS engaged in vending Goods and Merehsndite in Bradford county, classified and artiiir^ ac cording to law br the year 1847, to wit: ?-Xixn---)Nl-mllfcr?>. H'ntior witiioot liq. Class. Urease, in. KritcherK Athens boro' no liq. 14 7 0Q. ' C. Park - - 14 7 00 H. S.Comslock, •¦• | " 13 10 00 t'i. A. Perkins, - • I " 14 7 00 l* S. Ellsworth, " : , " 13 10 00 "— Phelps, - •• " 14 7 00 C.H. Herrick, « " 14 7 00 Welle* A Harris, " " 13 10 00 John Watkins, Athenstp. -" 14 7 00 .ttS.H.Morley, Burttngton, ." 13 10 00 , John N. Daniels - " 14 7 00 -• <',orell A Oee, " " 13 10 00 JubMoiley, - •* 14 7 00 Edward Overton. " - ¦ 14 7 00 C E. Rtthbooe, Canton, liquor 13 18 t5 « Nrwman & Brown, " Bo liquor 13 10 80 Jsrm Motion jr. Asylum, •' 14 7 00 ' Rimer Horton, •• " , ': 14 7 00 A. W. Renshaw, r " 14 7 00 I. Moody ft Co., Dartll). •¦ ' • 14 TOO I'.D.Chamberlin, " " ' .14 1 00 Coolbaugb A Salisbury, do. ° 14 TOO R-lLHawley, Franklin, " 14 TOO J W.Mercur, •• &...

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

—~~JS3!!S5^jL__ »0. %. » tOWH AGAIN. ^1ilgJi5£g.*^*-'g' ^Sj?,,1 ^ J^ bnt **mt*f^mmfJk7^ i ^^ZmmV>m~ * m *y oar (ksay, «• wSR naw anaWavarmSii¥ tntai ¦*£• «H«^r«aalry and prim *~>* A. Wa are naw on aand wnk las IsAMaWT. BBnT AND CHEAPEST —-»¦-«,--' in-innh. naaght uetasmfy fot caaK aM anwa lha gssat n lutiia ia pnoss. Chwasnwscaaa^aasaanalaf Dry Goods, Qnetiin, Crodttry, Bvi' '& snare, Dntgk mi MeHeum. Tot farther psrtiealars lank alaag ^nlk wk* nanor. Wnasad ant say - Calf aasf caasst wtear O-dsTtm wa kaow ihatavory swdywiu calatIl^a,swaws parrhssiag csnwvlssra. WM. H. UAOOf * CO. Joao 16, 1847.

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

LADIES DRESS GOODS. "ITJST mosived at Na.3B>icfc law.aa aawnuiva J sasnrtnuiul off rich aad daaiaMs «Vass anaas nf tbs '• — -^' *•—•j-iTiFinii. iktiTuZi Iu, Cherry laatra, U. Da Lnlan, iDtaahaai.Lawa, atiaraiagorgaadis , Biliarins "iagasm Bakas, LasBss as ipsd draases, IngaUJai wkh J tfss m *|-*ilni U>4fa ty^nsdstiw«e*«U I» bs>adin Tat, aad wiNkwesU ehsansr taaaths aaawgnoa an be bonght at any nskwailiMisia iiat aattwasNaty Rtaiesabar this, aad batata ysa aafrham stss iaan BAIB>»Wo7S,B. ». HATS—Tna largnst and bast anaasai asenrttasat of . " Hits rssaaissisfrssn ssa.rsniiskalisn. DpnstaUs, Faasi, Palndaaf, eke., fsw ssfk dssan at _/ tAiBira tnfNETrWncaaaes, Cbsaa I'fttat Slrasr and Uwall<»aets,sJlsf-uWlasnrt faa1K^at . BAUD'S. BOOTS aV SHOES—atsa>Catfaad Moraeea bants sad Congress gaitars,aad Lsdass sboss of every deaOTptian at BAtMrB. AINT8 * OILS-Llttsssd, Lasap aad Tsaner7 Oil—White Lead, dry and ground Veniuaa tfeoV and'all kinds of Pain...

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

DR Y GOODS.—Everything in the una *f Dry Qoods .usually kept in this country, or ever wanted for use, can be found at No. 3. The said goons were purchased in New York after the great rash was over, and when there was s great depression io the Marinas, and consequently were oougAt cAeaaer and shall be told cheaper than any stack of goads in Bradford exiantl. ¦ This is true, if we do say H ourseltoa, and If yen don't believe it, just drop ia at No. 3, where the duUrtsx try to come! and yon will or-cosae aanalnred fast goods can be sold cheap in Towandsu WM. H. BAIRD ek CO. SALT—188 bbb. Bah Inst received aad far sals st BAIRD'8, NO.3, B. R.

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

FLOUfL—M sacks of irat ran tout jost received and for sale at BAIRD'8, NO. 3, B. R. New Arrival it Nt. 1, Brick Btw! jt. M. Clmmr* eritnf 1 8 ncw.rieeiviag, sad ofbrs far saw at the DBVG DEPOT, No. I, Brick Raw. a large asVlitJoa to bis former stsok, eansisting nf avary vsristy af (merit., )ngi it. fcalklnm lyi ttifh, PtiiU, lilt, Ptriinwi, IniiT iitltta fcc which .will be sold at wkwlswals or ¦ataii, at nnnsaslry low prices. Terms CASH. Towaade, Jaas 18, 1847: GROCERY'S, in the cesmtry. can be sappBed with all articles in their Has, oa the anst rasa unable terms, st jelS No. 1, BRICK ROW. .

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

PICTORUL BROTHER JONATHAN, for the Fourth of Jury, at No. I, BRICK BOW. DUNBAR'S, Reeve's, aad a splendid enacts of Impermd CIGAR'S, st No. I. BRICK ROW. ATENT MEDICINES, avary kind now ia' ass, can be foand at las Drag Dene*; Agent for Jsyas's Smiih'a, Ctickener's, Monet's, Pan lunar, aad variaas other aaedieines. A fall aad general eapnly always en band. je!8 - No. t, BRICK ROW. IL8, PERFUMERIES, a splendid article of Hsir Brashes, Tbsanoassans, and Fancy Artielea , for salest je!8 j No. 1, BRICK ROW. PEDLERS witlfia^itutbaii'sdvaatsgetoeallatlhs Drag Depot, where they can be supplied whh every article desired, sack as ahtsls, essences, Ac, en the best terms, jel8 No, 1. BRICK ROW SODA FOUNTAIN, jost erected at lbs Drag Depot, to which the attention of ihe pabfie is invited. Bradford Italy Cwrt Htue. SEALED proposals will bo rseeivad by the Coav miasiofie^sllb^cJDeem uae boroe^ofTewaada unUI five o'clock ia Ike ansransn of Tbntsday the 34th dsy of Jane inst., for the erection nf s...

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

^@wiigg)a€k ULnVg (aVff®mm> THE Subscriber oners his new stock af HATS AND CAPS st the first bnildmg oanth af the Brick Row. when las bat auwafaetory af Mr. TasMaas was formerly kept. Tanas who wish tn asinssa for Cash, will be aecammodated at very rednead pricsa. For Hsu from one to fear dollars; Silk Hats from one to three dollars; Wool hats from tatrty-oavea aad a half cents lo one dollar; Caps from eighteen cants pa ens dollar—according to quality. HENRY MERCUR. May 37, 1847. :

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