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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

" ^ jrOMTANDA; ~ tttawaftag AWniing, fame W, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

Truth and Eloquence. As much diversity of opinion prevails, in regard tq the political opinions of Gen. Taylor, some of the Federal papers' of the south have made a proposition io our Democratic friends to unite With them iu support of him, as a common candidate fur the Presidency, without distinction of party. The Nushrille Union- n -sterling democratic print takes up tlie subject, auJ discourses in the following spirited strain : - s " Tlie Whigs sometimes say to us, " we" arc willing to take up Gen. Taylor without, .regard lo his principles: now, why cannot yoo drtnorirats do the same?" We answer: " You Whigs hare nothing on earth'to lose. Yonr old principles arc all swept away. • Yon dare hot come before the: people of .Tennessee the advocates of Uiriff, bank or distribution. Haying no principles, you may'safely'promise to go for any man. But we have principle-, which have been established after having fbuaht you for them for many years, and we cannot.risk their loss. The game i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

Out Relation! with Hexleo. A communication appears in the Democratic Review for June, on tlie subject of our relations with tlie Mexican nation, in which the writer seems to speak "as one having authority," in ream*! to the plan our government intends to pursue in the premises. It sets out with an averment that the information it contains in reference to tlie intentions of the administration, comes from a source at the capital, which entitles it to great confidence. The' important part is contained in the following,paragraphs: - ' ' • . I "We "believe hi the first place, that me administration is willing to make lo Mexico every possible concession in point of form, and to allow the defeated party in tlie war to prescribe its own rule of diplomatic etiquette in settling the preliminaries' of peace. It has for this purpose, clothed GentSeott. the commander-in-chief of the .American Army! with power to treat with the authorities he may find in»Mcxico, and sent Mr. Trist the second offi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

Cavoiais* Shauaau ' -•••-*- We rejok^wim our political friends, at the cheeriiig^videnefe wnich^fasJli upon u*. from ewy' .qufer, thfhe Q^ber^ha|^ %lirra# •fulj^nd ou0)rcc_* armed ^^M^jwnflaf, jial illSledSHih tli^confhletSce of-vic**}-. Ipt prosptfjp oflj&e Dcrr^ralie p^lrty never were more encjfea:riiig in Pennsylvania, than they arc at the present lime. If a correct opinion can be formed from the tone ofthe De«w»3rntfoyiuma^=the^n>elcetton^« i: iv Sluii.k is every duv 0000101111? more certain. Vie ftcmocritic pirty of Penaylvxtiit t*fiemltf "jurist They are sound to the core, ami will- ncheire a stfmion* victory over the Ifosls ol'-Fedcndisui, on the second Tuesday of ffc'o'ier. •'"'•. The Fo.lnndi.Ws limied to distract our party by noise and confusion, hilt their efforts proveil una. vaiiinii. and all hostile feeling to ofir present excellent Governor is passing rapidly away. The great ¦body of the yeomanry are honest, and desire to see the state and themselves pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

AwaSuUtsBcatU ay «sTS**ilsMsnK * VICTOR R I*!OLETT,.of rVmnsyJ""'". Par"**"!in •" ji^MUkVbenSJS^moo* ' "tewMW1- „r«—¦»» „-. rjoSt B. mftl.HJEof Prnuiylvania, BayiiiifBt awtjpiitary9brck^|n,ftSa0Ui June iniL, iajfc ptafP '9X* . loiwU. CTOUBIk, Peniion Age**, 'K^I|jHI» ™*£ i ^V^ue gtttl lt«e ju stice done tShdatig, byjle >«'pon%snsst bo»®-The appoiulmenrof-saWSaanlktt, reflects credit upon the AdmhuVlraiion, rlis qualificalions for me'office, anJhfa ^SSE&JBSL and energyin business transactions, are ot the vety first order. We vouchJor ^ bim, that ho will,di*- chargo tlie duties of the office with credit to himself and honor to his country. Such appointmonts aro;«-orthily' bestowed; f-., ?f!, |(}|f? ?f|f Jf (VV The panic in the flour matkelatiU coutmucs. , %i^^rfsrsss^^ssfms^Sff —New 'i'ofK' #T -aS^HGroin1 iii ^samo'^' d?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

Sh:inli ana Longnlrotli. '- The pooplH of Pennsyh'nnBt are- intelligent enlerprizirig and industrious^, and. not susceptible of those feverish excitements created by .die speculations of slnckjbl>I>ers and- the terrors of a reaue.—- Past''experience bns snfirciontly established this, and tlie- federal wire-workers most resort to some oilier movements in order to produce even a temporary impression. Their tnck* are stale and no lonitor deceive the people. But confiding in the supposed guuTbifny of our citizens, they aiemak^ ing the same denunciations as usual against rjur manner of regulating tbe currency and commerce. U is line tlirU all lliey say is only praling,/aJsehood mid sophistn-, and needs no refutation"; for every one ensBBieil fn active life must be convinced of the nnifomuty of the currency and tlie seneml activitv of business. Still, however, those discontented Hileralisls desire a change, for no. other -reason than from tlia belief tliat any change will do...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

^r^^^nx ^umjuemr^ ¦ .Is. ¦¦¦ - .r>iiP-#i-\»» ¦¦ ;• 'The Pic?^ne ExM^f me J^tft^qntains intolli-^^tecerweannorij^rptareu^^cKu^W s - A fight occurred between-an advanced guard >of 6f) men, belongiirg lpT>oniphati-». command and j*Wwt3aaaaa*h s^'rii»*M uiHsatifi <m ^^Nthm^at which one Missoarian Was wounded, and -17 In-;<l»au» Wloili awtrJeveral swoundod. SLx Mexican boys and two women were retaxeh and liberated. Further accounts state that the Camanches ted f iiicc eviflcedaWcn^y dispqsitipH. .. * . I«sjpfc|^nfi^e^/|ec^vM^ .Taylor from tlje Governor of San Luis, enquiring whether mltnriaaaajea^aalsjsanas^^ moduiflguof iho Commanding General to conduct it accordingktfte,ns^esofcivifizednations,or after' tiiejmarmerrtflopte 'dby the Cafianches. fiener. 1 Taytorf s aiiswer ia not tavenv Ho. doubt was entortninodofGenor4-Xhylor'8 match 011 San Luis, and#from thence on tot ho capital. A communication recejVed from General Scott, .directs General Toy. toyi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

News ftom the City of Mexico. ¦ - FntmEnirssBPRO. June 22 New Orleans papers pf the l&h have been received by tlie Southern mail to-day. There have been no later-arrivals from Vera Cruz,1 but the papers have additional items of MexicAn intelligence, j A letter from one of the American prisoners-Tit the city of Mexico, dated die 28th ult, says that he expected his release oti the 30th. Gen jfecott was expected there within euihl days^d no formidable opposition anticipated. ' Tho papers published at the capita) -rive extrude from the despatches intercepted when Col. Sour was murdered. El Republicano charges the Americans at Puebla with having committed great excesses. Santa Anna, previous to lus rosijmation,- had ordered all prosecutions against officers of the army to be discontinued. ^ ' Pacheco was named as the Minister of Justice on the 27tb. f El Republicano urges the defence of tlie Capital but also advocates tlie Jemnndjof the seat of Go vernment, so that, in the event ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

JinwiftpmflUJitti^ »U*»duced style of shoes with elasricTe,'wO>l. *»ige*^, to form part of the unpef^fr, a> #« <& Who* the annoyance Of string ^ So q, gy,a*|Kdled ibe Coig^tt^;b«C | toenca*,nveoUon_yet sreBaidtobe^rfc8 !* *> Jgs andj^pttJar m Europe as here. • Mfa*W The Lctbeon is used successfnily 5, \, . ; surgical o'perations. .Dr. Barton hL £,£*• » ^^mrmf^ti^m^^^^^g^^ r"1 *• ! in Great Britain arid Ireland of whKh23r!J!*J' ,!*<M 187 Tory, and 183 iffiatfttl "' n330«etiberJl] , The total amount of the debts dfu\. ' I States hi the Union, according to the9 ! ^^ i Almanac, compiled from official lettm;. .me *«ii 023,827. -rewrlis, « jg^ *^B«*«?lDe^*ay5iiif6^flS1Sn^^ have assumed a, uniform, gold lace feTr*1 w.absuril, smee the M. goe* but, ^',' Tt act of Congress, as a merchant vessel. M|)re!s ** a refonT maie-toAe tegtslatnre nr tt • ISaturuay last, it [appears that in 157 tlir11'011 wBich reuirnsare ma«>?Eere are 547 inWL™? and ul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

T*« Sew; Camrt Hrasc. The contract for building a new Court House and Jail, tn this Borough, was allotted by the Commissioners, on Thursday last, to Mr. S. Havden, of Athens. The plan adopted by the Commissioners, is said to comliiiiej, in an eminent degree, cheapness, convenience and elegance. The contractor is required by his bonds to execuUs.the work in the very beat manner, and to have it completed by the 15th of November next ' The work will be commenced in a few days, and vdie indefatigabilily and facilities of the contractor, ensure its completion within the time limited. Just the Thing.—The Boston Post thus hits off tho proposed Federal nomination of Gen. Taylor for President, and Senator Corwin for Vice President iu the following pungent paragraph: "There'sa team for you—the antidote and the bane done .up in-one package ! Taylor for the patrio:*—Corwin for die trailers! Taylor for the lighting boys—Corwin-for the cow-boys, who delight to ffive " aid and comfort'' to tlie en...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

- .' , . ' -.. Tbe TaHn*—Teai and CoIIIbc. The Bedford Gazette, onCMrf the- most eiknent Democratic papers, says, that on the 31st day of July 1841, iBe Federalists, \tluTiv controlled She National House rif llepresmtalivcs, as one of thm RELIEF measures passed a Bill impAshig a Tax of 20 per cent upon TEA and C0FF£|i The vote stood yeas 1.16—nays, 101-1—every dejnocrat ui llie House voting against theSas! The Journals. PROVEIhis—anil ilie'Federalists dare not deny^it the bill having passed IhosHoasO was sent to the Senate-for concurrence, and oa the -lth of Septemher,iit was debated: at great length in. that body by IlENitY CLAY and other?. Mr. CLAY who w tho acknowledged "embodiment" of Federalism, said that -?' • I . Tfir-' He would vote|for the Tax on Tea and Cctlce. It was necessary under, his calcnlations, and, as he leare'd he wis tbbe deserted by"a portion of Ids friends, ho trusted that some of those opposed to him would Vote for this Tax—if; they did nut the result would i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

^^SsE^1 %|r*i^fari> W&VM4V* Toivamlii, Wednesday,, June 3J),ir$JI7. DEMOCUATlC JtOJIlNATlOtlS. rm r.ui-mnor, FRANCIS K. SHUNK. i.^Wt^'-VVW .^."•^' . ¦i-^'-'fW,. CiV« .¦ jiJ'iC'iT*--' -*¦ ¦ 'r""- -»iy**¦*"•*» ron ci!ial cov^tnnioxKm^ " MOBRTS LONGSTRETII, nr jtn.tToowrnr cotisrr.. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

Prim'*—ta '•*' f"'' pBlct prmcmrtn* tht grtat-. of mumttr «*" JY*w 8m**era*n t . The Reporter forOnc Dollar t Two Propositioxs.—We propose to furnish tlie Bradford Reporter lo clubs of not 'less than ten, at any Post-office for one dollar per year. The order for the same to be occomiianied with the cash in all cases. Present subscribers who wish to avail themselves of this -ofler, will' be required to settle up all arreaniges. We will send the Reporter! free of charge to all new subscribers, at any Post-jofRce, wh'erc we obtain the greatest number of new subscribers during thfe year, or iuitil the close ohthe present volume. Present subscribers who wish to avail themselves of this ojffer,.can do'so by settling up arrearages., and commencing anew. Our object is not so much to make money, as to render service to the cause of Democracy during the coming canvass. TKe Federalists are putting, forth extraordinary efforts io defeat tlie Democratic nominees for Governor aiul Canal Commissio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

Latr. rroni Sapta'F*^ \ party oftraders have arrived who lelY Santa fe May 13th, ,_ ' ¦ *| • Evury thing was tranquil there, as far as tho hit rives were concerned, but great dissatisfaction exist tcd with the military, on account of the government ofCol..Prii:e. ... The former accounts of the .dissipation of the ofgffra'and soldiers are fully confirmed.. TV trailers on their rout found the Inilians very nostile. . They attack and rob parties of Americans wherever they can j Government has sustained nreat losse* by them, as they have stolen , a laran proportion of the cattle^ mulesj &c. &c., beloimiiig jo the L'nitcd States, and also many from the volunteers and traders. On the 2fcth they attacked a huge train of trading team*- killed one of the party, and stole one hundred bead of stock, - ¦ A party of Americans were coming to Santa Fe, with despatches from Gen. Kearney, who is soon expected. _ . , The volunteers at Santa. Fe are extremely anxjutFtoiiet home again, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

lUcckln Bcnicm of the itlarkcts , Philadelphia Market. Fhiday, June 25, 1847. Floir am' Meal.—The Flour market has not been animated', and' prices have further declined •and the market closes dnH. Sales of 10,000 brls,. principally Western,.at S-*. including some parcels at S7. lined and delivered : 1700 brls. |Brandywine at^lSj. and the Kajtuii-e I'enna. at'OT. To day silcs of loot) brls. at Hi."5, part Western, and 1000 hrls-a imod brand I'enna. al$7. Ilye Flour—Sales nf;iMll>rls at *5.50. Corn Meal—ha^ declined.-^ Sales at >4.l">2j and 1,50. and yesterday aud to-day sJesd2:iu0 brls;daM,37}. $4.21 aiul 4,25, part lim'ir-atul delivered. Guain—Wheat'has been in fair n-t|tH*t. Sales, of 20,000 bushels l'ontia Wheal, liticlly while, at SI.til) in store ; red and white mixed a| $1.53 j ;md red at Si,50 and 1,48 : 6 and !Mitin bushels (Hiio red at ^1,50 in store, iuid ,b l.tt-sit -1.43 to-day, Rye has declined. Sales ol ' . 'jtw I'QsIm'Is at 9j cts. Corn—Sales of 5a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

-—^-™"pw^^ssw*ss«sssasssaa* ~~~-.^ji ^filealjanb^e, &t. , BOOTS^L^siS]^^ irtttirey^ikttthetet in't yeJjMjiprMw! TH°rcAND3 of time. thaeffc^h.. %• ukti, , . Where on earth am all tho Prjntr jaJJKJJLOei; nu,' nufacturcd that supply the continual ruttrekuW-coraet of Main and lliKlge streets J O'Hara sSrswcratfaal this b the place, and.the*. are the things! wis dsirt»nh^ B^^fi^L-^ Scpenty-cUvtuMewfathUnu tg^^JHsaP^ ebery two seconds! ¦'. fji|jlj§| l§§|fS' Prtim theSteatn!! Hear ye ! hear yc! end understand, * that O'Hara, at the tamer of Main and Bridge streets,- win sell at retail this season. 39,781 pain of Boots, Shoe* and Brogans, at a less pi ice than ever was or probably ever wilt be offered again \o Towandaf -. . The Ladies';.Departtnent4^thb establishment is richly furnished with fajfuonal I^adieaVmiaaea ' and children'a fancy *nd common l>opU and aajoes, even to the extremity of! the latest fashion". Mistake not the place -Corner of Main and Bridge street* , ike ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

1^1(511,—Mackerel, Shad, and Codfish io great abundance at BAIRD'S, GROCERIES.—The best article of Tea Coffee Suit.ir. Rire.TobaGrn, Ac., can be found at BAIRD'S.' DIIY liOODS Everything in t je line of Dry Uooda usually kept in this country, or ever wanted,for use, can be found at No. 3. The said goods were purchased in New York a tier the great rash was over, and ivlu-n tlicfe was a great depression in the Markets^. and cmise'iui-iitly were liou/fhl cheaper and thatl be told dnuyrr than any stock of goods in Bradford county.— Tills is true, if we do say il ourselves and if you don't lii-lit've it, just drop in at No^.3, where the children cry tu runic.' and you will become convinced that goods can br sold cJicaj* in Towa/ida. WM. H. BAIRD & CO. SALT—100 bbls. Salt just received and for sale at i" BAIRD'S, N0.3 ^ B. R. I^I.O.lllt—50 sacks'of first rate Hour just reeeivvl . ' and for sale at BAIRD'S, NO. 3, B. R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

IyEDI.KUS will find it lo tlien advantage to call at Ihe Drue Dep.il, where they can be supplied with evety article dt<Fsired,-»<uch as phials, essences, efce., on the best terms.' jrlH No, 1, BRICK ROW. SUDA FOUNTAIN, just creeled at the Drug Depot, lo which Ihe nllenliin of the public ia invited. y>2/W.&SSiS.k 12MP SiIP®IBiao f|nHE Sulwcrilier offers his new stock of HATS jl AM) CAPS al the first building sooth of tbe Driik.fttwv. where ihe hat manufactory of Mr.Thomas was forirk-rlv kept. Those who wish to purchase for ("ash, will be accommodated al very reduced prices.— Fur Hats from one to four dollars; Silk Hals from one lo three tlollari; Wool hats from thirty-seven and a half cents to one "dollar; Caps from eighteencenta to one dollar—according to quality. HENRY MERCUR. May 27, 1847. SPRING GOODS. HS. & M. C. MERCUR have jost received a • guod assortment of Ginghams, Lawns, Hammer Shawls, Elowers, Wreaths, &c 4c, which will besoU ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

New Arrival of Goods, by Express! B. KINGSJBERY, HAS just received from H^m Mark, a beatrtiful assortment of Lawns, Ginghams, Buaariu, Palm Leaf HatU, <yc.. Ac, which will be sold very cheap.— Also Car" and Parasols and a variety of other goods. Call and see the reduction from last (print's price*, and if you should want any thing in the- way of N«w tjoodf. yoo will be sure to buy ¦ April Sg, f847-Fir>t lot of New Goods in Rwanda. MONTANYES* & CO. are receiving a large and general assortment of Spring and Summer Good* which will be disposed of at wholesale of retail at reduced price*. A pril SO, WJL j_ ' ~sr^^^sfwss^9\ . HAS just received the largest asaortment of NEW GOODS ever brought into Bradford c», which he offers- in exchange for CASH, LUMBER, or PRODUCE. Monroeton, Maj 10, 1847. | LADIE* can find a auperior assortment of DRESS GOODS it OLOAKINGS. at MERCUR'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

*%JA|ywitsi '- S T VOX ''""*v " ''"'r*"J *S*^5? TAKES Ihw BKthod of mfbrming e*«y p^mlwil waol* to purchsM GOODS, uWla* bu openeJaa entire stock ot NEW GOODS in No. «, Brick Rowi formrrly occapied by C. A E. Reed, «ne door briew the Poat Office, wbefe he would be hapjry to show any one his stock who- will favor bhn wiuva call; a* he is determined not to be undersold by pay-one in this or any other lewn tbu side of New York. My stock ia very huge, consuting .of Dry Goods , Groceries, Crockery, \ ; Hardwn,Booislr Shoes , Ire. A large assortment ^ Dress Goods, \- Sack as Scotch and linen Ginghams, Gmg- - ' kam Ahtdins, Fruited and Argandie don Oregon Plaids, Chambrays and Lama cloths. Also,' A great variety cf French, JSngft'dt / And American doths, Cammeres, vestings, Orotou ¦ Cloth. Tweeds and , Summer Staffs] QX.lft.tyc. f , / Don't fail to call, as I will sell for the Read y Rhine a little leas than any other, live man. _ Towanda, Jans 1,18*7. ^ ^ ^

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