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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

TIio Mcsmcrizcr and the Express Man. A few voars aso. before the railroad compalTies. between Albany and Buffalo had provided the lone and comfortable rats now used by the mad agent) ami Livirmston & Well.*' Kxpress, the messengers oi the latter rode in the passenger car5. --just like anv bodv.'¦' an.l of course encountered all sorts of characters. One of the firm whose love of wafg-¦rery is weir known, happened to be snip.2 to B-.tflalo. and was sealed quiviy in the car when his attention was-directed to the conversation of two individual* opposite. One of these was, as it appeared, a travelling mesroerizer—a regular •-prolessor " of the, ••scirncc." fle was dilating upon its rapid development—the wonderful phenomena it exhibited-r^s astonishing curative, power for disease—uVieAtraordinary discoveries developed i throusU its aoenry. Kitiallx he cot npori hi»~bwn \ si^-*- ire***? «-» a i-prrtf,»^^nr/*—a tfontienial theme——anfthe.e he was at home. After nanatini: a v.ineij o!...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

pracUcal Uln»»-for any Body The object of conversation is to entertain and ainuse. To lie agreeable, you must It fym to bo a good listener.' A man who monopolies a conversation, is a Bjiit, no matter how g^eal bis, lmovlclije. ' ' ^ • . Avoid all srJperHuons ejaculations a id. responses in conversation. In relating a circmw dance do..riW be constantly! saying—"you know"'—"you understand''—you take.'" Su: : and while listening tolurotlier, avoid the habit of affecting surprise by such expressions as •'! want to know"—."Is it po*- 5a>k>! "—Do ipll V *jc. Do not, ai every suv. words, put iri i "says h*,'' —or ;>avs she,"—which some valuat>le snuff takers »liorten into a continual "she-she "v If vouarc about toleave your neigibor's house ilon't stand "starnracring and fumbling and saying, • Well. I guess I must be going.,'' V'hen yon are reail , to go, go at once. Be careful about cxtend.ing ytnJr visit to visitations, in your social intercourse; and when-you...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

ChUdUootf, Yoorn, Manhood and Old Ag« i cniLtiuotin. •-SisTtB, arfce, the fan shines bright. The birds arc hiimmm; in the air, The stream is singing in Ihe light, . The May-buds never looked more fair. Blue is the sky, no rain i<>-dly; Get up—it has been light f-r hours, And we have not begun to play, Nor have we gathered any flowers." Tune, who looked on, each accent caught, And said. " he is loo'voung for thought." Yonra. •To-night, beside the garden gate ! Oh. what a while the mghl is coining; ( never stw the son so late. Nor beard the bee at Urn time humming! I thought Uie Uuwers an hour ago Had enosed tlielr"T«clls and sunk to rest. How >l?wh- flies ttiat S,fotlrd crow! HotrTt^ht ity, along ihe West! Paid Tune, " He halh yet to be tausht _ That I oft move too quick for thought." - - si Axnoon, -What thoughts w.iuld'>t thou in me awaken ! Not love! for .thai brings only tears-— Nor fnrn Jship! nr, I was forsaken ! ' Pleasure 1 have not known for years...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

iddcc<.> or the St lite Central Corn inittee. ; ¦¦,, i*-r ..'( or' Penuxi/ltrmta : . -' I-, .«• l'irt/i:S The members of the State ,i •-h«t'i!inmiiu»e of the. Democratic party, np- i i- i.-,! Ia the l*te 4(3i of March 'Convention, deem , ¦v;\ in the tultilmeut of the object of their • up- j '•• .::' io address yon in relation to. the. present I . 1..I1 til t'ne coiuitrv, and to cidl your attcutii'ti .' /rujvirtas.io ot the npproaclung election. \i\et in -.civ per.rtl ^uuethe commencement of '..ston him- t!:e people at large, and especi:dl\ ¦ t>,-nHvr:it!.f paiix h.-u.l.iji;>rt% cause to coitirratu-- t-.iii: other'VipiKi the j-n^re^s of free principles ::i>:->M!i_' the toiitl-ilion and'extending tlie hap--.- oi man. 'Tlie people ot these United States .•-.*' n ,t'i.i-hi respect to part) or sect, in the tit" r,» .,-¦•..-! till ciijoj uietrl of the most enlarjed civil ¦ VluHT.--rights, which are not only stvured by "^.•li-io-.al provisions, but...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

The Tear at Oratltade. There \s a gem more purely bright, \l,.rc ilear lo mercy's eye, ¦ Than liK<''> sweet star, whose mellow light, Kirv. cheers the evening sky: A liiimtl pearl lhal *XMe™ wb™* fI "N,. soiiews.now intrude, • . f / A'riflwr, stem Uian monarch s wear— '., . The tear ol' grjtnude. Put-in-Vr shall narrow love of wealth r . Invite this tribute forth, >',.r ran ihe-sordid slave of pelf Aj'pieeiaie it. worth ; Bat ve «ho soothe the widow's Wo, A :'i 1 f.ix e. ihe orphan fond, jVr i. u ihia liiiuid pearl'shall flow-': • Tii- i' ar of gratitude. . Ve otio hot slake an infant's thirst .' In herCi enly mehty's -name. Oi fiTonVr penury a crust, Xrti- sweet reward may claim ; P.h-;v. «lu!e you rove lift's sunny banks, W-.'li sweetest llow*ert$ stre'wd, si',: in a x- you claim the widoxv"s lhanks, The ,-rphan's giatitude'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

Tlie Heporier for One Dollar ! fftmlmm t. »*« P-.t tf*er procuring rft. ?r,at-¦ est mmmirr- &f JVitt SabserMrrl .' Two Propositions.—We propose to funii-h U«* Bradford Reporter to chilis of not less than ten. at any Post-office for one (lolUr per year. The order for the same to be accompanied xi ilh the cash in all cases. Present subscribers who « i-li I«> avail themselves of this offer, will be retimre.l to settle Up all arrearages.' We wiU send tlie Reporter free of charge to all new subscribers.ill any Post-office, where we obtain Ihe'creates! number of new suhserilicrs during the yoarj or until the' clase of the present volume Present subscribers who wish to avail themselves of this offer, can do so by settling up arrearages, and commencing anew. Our object is not so modi to make money, as to render service to 1 the cause of Democracy durina <mrcoming canvals-. The .Federalists are putliim forth extraordinary efforts to defeat die Democratic nominees for Go...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

GUm BWereEM*!. - Modern '•" whigs'! seam to have but Utile' relish for their ancient namO '-Federalist.,' The odium of the alien and sedition laws, the stamp act, ^ semi-monarchial government proposed by their leaders, (ho <aid and comfort" given, by them, to the enemy in the last, war, adhere to them like p'.atnie spots : while a* many cff«ts are tried to shield them from the effects, and with about as much success, as. the thousand newly invented nostrum., called " patent medicines.'' If they would bu' atlmit their erm-s, and plead guilty to want of correct judgment, in tlierf opinioiis of the honesty ami capability of tho people ; or if they wimlil insist ou the justice ol their federal principles, they might escape the coutem.it of trying'to sneak oul of the- responsibility. It is ns tnri>h in vain for the Federal party to cast off the name (hey-have so Inns and so justly wont, as for the leopard to chati-fe his spot*. No rlfirt lo a l^ropriaV to (heat-elves the na...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

The Presidency. . \\ e notice; a movement in several stales for the nevt Presidency. We are yet unable to loam whether it is a ^n'ovement Of one or both parties for tlie same man. This question is noxv undergoing discussion betxx-een those JmmediatelyTinlerested. One side, avers it to be a Democratic movement for Gen. Taylor, because the Gen. is a democrat-s-^ie other side avers it, to be a whig movement, and that*the Gen. is a whig ofthe old school. This is the issue • a very plain one too; but we suppose tlie issue in fact, is only betxveen tlie combatants, and with them it is a'question of great importance, neither more nor less, than if the Gen. is elected, xvho shall have the spoils. We apprehend from (he anomalous character of those concerned, • the Hen-din? of so riiany hues, streaked or striped, that there will be no difficulty in adjusting all difficulties, on the basis of share nnd share alike ; ami the candidate baptized the '• People's candidate.'1 But whether Gen. Taylq...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

r««««t ¦ taswJMV Does ihVMexfcan Argus SOBpoJe' w*aW bound to prot* the Many of such slanders aa.it published last week, against Gov. Shank 1 If sd{tbefare mistaken. -Thef t-slanders are U»grps«>iifcd»tJitV*l»*- ^ hoods too glaring to? require refulatB^wirfwe r*- ferred to them last week, only lo remind our readers that tho federalists were pursuing exactly such a course of vituperation, and defamation of private character, a* we had predicted they would, and warned our readers, to look out for. Deplorable indeed, must be tlie prrspects ofa party, for sncceKs, when its accredhed organs can; find no better arguincus iu favor of their cause, than falsehood, slan-1 dcr and course personal abusfc: yet such are the/ weajxius used by the federal party. Our readers wiU recollect (hat (lie same, sys-'em was pursued by Ihe same party, lowards the lamented Sltihlenburp xyliile he was before the people, as ithe candidate of (lie Domocratici party. A lieentim* print, in Bil-rks coutity, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

Important from Mexico. Ameri&ins exprlM—Gen. Arixta Imprisoned—MovemenH of Santa Anna—Reinforcements in the Capital. Tlie New Orleans Delta of Sunday, Uie 27th June, announces the receipt of" Mexican papers fro'm (be 30th of May to Uie 5th June inclusive, and gives the following brief synopsis of (heir contents. Gen. Arista has been arrested and confined. (Jen. Almonte was still in prison.- Ou Uie 1st June aU the. natives'of the United States were. onl«red (o leave the city of Mexico for tlie stales of Jalisco or Morelia, or they would be dealt with acoonlingim the laws of nations. Gens. Gutierez, Goana, Martinez and Polomino are entrusted with the command ofthe lines of defence of the cily. Bodies of the National Guard are said to be on their way and constantly arriving from .die adjoining states, atid it is believed that from seventeen to txventv thousand troops wiU lie concentrated for Uie protection of the city. The papers are filled>wi(h accounts of great feats p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

IHnps fcon all Notions The two daily trains upon the Erif u.-i «^,kS^^^«JS^ prmg the r^ttd a revenue of te5o ner ^ dav TOktngiKtltociryarjenefitoflteSO^L^y. a«d #«tie^Uk only. VqSny V? " berries bnmrht down this week? exrLj ?** baskets «<)iy.. *<-,- - -^ ^eeds *;0»i In the prtcWof digging for (he founda,^ new boHdfe g at the comer of Nassau °? "f ' streets, last week, err immense bone wa. . Ant (he depth o & feet below the Surface nfri ^nd * If is apparently the Uiigh. bone of a M»!t?°tol1 feet 6 inch* s in length, and weighs M Kv 0do1' J ty bayonet; if an ancient fashifm, was fo^;. A nbat the earat depth. I rno<,n«ir« The numjber of letters thai pass Oironsi, .i office, arinially, for London indusenrim! ^ is 75,WK),ok They avert. J fcnr £££? *>", and three iches wide. If u]is imnZ*Iw ^ of letters wtere laid in a horizontal nositTn 7*^' wavs, their would reach (o^lhe e^eni'n^1" mues. J 0I M*! y Sir. Fitejoy Kelly, of England, ha.'**,. , smce the y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

iva^vi> p^t^. Towawls, Wedjie*&v, July 11, 18J7 ¦~ ¦ . 1 -^~- DEVOtaijnc SOJIISATIOSS. ron nnvi*¦""•• ..... FRANCIS «. S'lFUNK. ,roti cmi. co»ii»»'0'tr''- MORRIS LQNGSTRETH, J1P JIOSTBOSUBT COCHTT. ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

Cenrriil Taylor sud41ic Pr«j»lfleucy. Gen. T,avlor has written another letier. to a namesake of his. in Cincinnati!. Ohio, the Ldilorand pulihsh'er of the. " Cincinnatii Signal ". avowing his willintrness to accept the otliie of President, ifcnlljed bv the spontanuons action and free xvill of the nation* at large ; but stilting in the most omphalic terms, Uiat, "la no case'trill ke Ik Ihe mndidalc nf any pirty. or yield himself fin party schemes.'r This letter has-taken thel federal parly and press by surprise :'in some places it is Imldlv attnckeil -. in others it is passed merwiih a silence indicative of Uie deepest disappointment and mortification, while the more' desperate denounce it as a fnnrery.— •One tliingj however, iij certain. Tlie positive refusal ofthe distinguished Gonend, lo become the carididale of the Federal parly, has proved an effectual damper npon their eirthiisiasm. It not onlv forever prevents him from aeceptiijs a nomination at their hands, but it more than i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

K««atata bilH Celebrattosv [Reponcd fin, 111* Biad&XRrpoitcr.] ^kKreombly to previow arntwenMM by thtf.CqmrS^Wm^^mm^^^m dky^ 5Un n^ <»(l* lx^ «Mon^ Lmke irf«urtingron,1Lc*&br&&mtij, Pa^ibr(hept»^o« of celeofafin^the aniu^Bnmrjr of ot» natiopal inile pcftidence, attended by the Smjthfirid b«l4 and Artillery. Exercises off the day commenced at ten o'clock, A. M. Dr. C. DRAKE appeared as Marshal pf the day, when me following order was observed, (gnns at lntervalsS: Maj. JEDEDIAH BfUNT, of Canton township, one ofthe participafors in the victory of Bridgewaler, was unsuiimously chosen President ofthe day. Proceedings commenced with prayer by the Rev. Air. Auuwi, of Burlington townshipj whoably supilic^edfor Uie rights of mati. Declarati on of Inde-* lenii^e-read by Mr. Axtell, Principal of Troy Academy, preceded by appropriate remarks. Oration by Ci.Tssia Mbrcur, Esqn of Towandn Address by Hon. David Wilmot, M. C.—ably lefend' uig and defining the r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

f tDftklB Wtmno <if ll)« ittarluls new York'Ha.rlt.et. . Fan(ATfJuly 9tb, 1847. The Flour market was guiet to-day and heavy,. but on 'Change the demand for Genessee improved, and alLthat could be had was taken,. Holders however generally declined and to sell below f6,-' 12j. Michigan ^ and Ohio was less warded and sold according to brands and order at 5,50 and 6. Shippers generally prefer to pay the difference for Onessee as it keeps better., The sales of Flour are about 10.000 brls, including 3000 brls Ohio rather better than common at 6,124. Southern is dull, and 500 brls Howard "street sold to arrive in a day dr two at 5.87J, and 600 do at 6,12J here. Philadelphia Market. Ftofa asd Meal.—A further decline of SI per bblhas taken place in flour. Sales ou Saturday last at S'6,25 and extra af #6,50 : on Monday and Tuewlay'no sales ; on Wednesday sales 2000 bbls Pa and Western flour at ^5,^0= part lined and delivered, and good and extra brands at $5,62 and 5,-S7. Yesfprday and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

HUrcftonWie, #r. KgjMyQg.m E. T. FOX, ?" ' ! • TAKES this mrUiod rfibforrning^very person Who wants to purchase GOODS, tbafchebas opened kn entire stock of NEW GOODS io NS. 2, Brick Row, formerly occupied by C. it E. RecS, one door below the Putt Office, where he would be hippy to show any one bis slock who will fever him with a call; M he ia determined not to be undersold by »uy one in this or any other Town this tide of New York. My stock to very huge, consisting of Dry Goods , Groceries, Crockery, llirdvoare, Boots If Shoes, -At. * • ¦ A large assortment of Dress Gooth, Such as Scotch mid Linen Ginghams. Gingh-jrn Mtulins, Printed ^ and. Argatulie do., Oregon Plaids, Chambraysand.Lamadotlis. Also, A great variety of' French, EngHih' And American cloths. t>>ssimeres, vestings, Croton • Cloth. Tweeds and Stunmer Stuffs. kcYe.lrc. Don't fall lo cull, as I will sell for the Ready Rhino a little less than any other five man. Towanda, June 1, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

OLD Lable Nail Hod", a very large quantity an cheap aa ihe cheapest, & • variety of email iron by ETAc 'I'. A SPLENDID assortment Paraaola of all aree*. anil of every vaiiety of Umbrellas by E. At. T. . BONNETS,a good variety Leghorn. Straw, Lawn and Coburg, cheap aa the cheapest bj^ S. et T. LEGHORN Hata of all mile, and descriptions, together wilh a good lot of palmleaf by E. it T. A GOOD assortment of Clicoes. In fart, are have a* good an assortment of all kinds of Dress Goods aa you can find in any store in ihe cniinlry. Also, a good assortment of CI6ths, Cassimeres, and-Summer wear of all kinda and description* aa cheap for cash as the cheapest by E. & T. SHEETINGS and Shirtings, both bleached and unbleached cheap as the cheapest by E. it T. 'SALT! SALTTs OfiA BARRELS Salt for .ale at ZUU June 8. MOMTANYES' & CO. : New Spring and Samincr Goods.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

— ' ' '¦'-—¦(¦"¦>¦ ¦'» #1 >>| a ¦ ¦ «TW-: ttgal 2Urncrti«inttil9. IN THE MJaTTEra-Of tht partition of the estate of David JPratt, late of Canton township, dec'd.—ir i the Orphan'* Cittrt of Brmlford county, of Dec. Tertn, 1846, THE beiis and devisee* of David: Pratt dee'd.,. to wh> Ebenejer Pratt, David Pratt, Asa Pratt. Jonathan H/Pratt, Wro. Roberta, UeUey Roberta, Jeaae Griffiw, Ra/bet Griffin, Julius Pr»U and Cheater Pratt, are hei*b» severally notified llial ihe Orphan's Court, of Biadibtd county on the 8th day of May (447. did grant aioleoupoo ibrro 10 come into said court on the first Monday of September nrit and rh-rt to take or refuse the ratals of said decedent at the valuation made thereof, and in, case tbey shall refuse »lu accent die same, to show cause if any tlu-y have, why the same shall not be sold. fUy the Court. L\ MAN E. DE WOLF, Jon- 7, lfl«7. : Clerk of Orpliin'* Court.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

sr&w iraiBsik And any Quantity of New Goods \! THE undersigned have formed them-clvi-a into a paritiersliipaUhe'old stand of H..KINNEY & CO. at Ntieslicquin under the name of KfNNEY & 8ATTEKl.t' .K where ihe.y may at all times be found ready 10 trait orf their customers with ibe good things of life 3. rli.-apas thry can be had in Bradford County. Hard cash paid for Lumber att kinds of produce taken in exduM.^e. Any quantity of butter wanted at.lhe largest _J>ncehi exchange for goods. H. KINNEY. O D.8ATERLEE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

Shrfh-iiuinJolylO 1847. E.SATERLKE. ten'thous a sr> persons TtfATHAVfE USED DR. fPHAM'S ELECTU-*RY f..r the PILES, CHRONIC,DY^ENTABY, IXn.AMMATOKY DISEASES AND SEVERE CttsTIV ENESS, have given their ccnificaies of ci|res nude by Us use, when all other remedies have failed, ind tlie proprietor* are now prepared to offer :. ONE HUNDRED DOLLAT8 Many persons afflicted with Piles, and all diseases of a' urailir nature, or which arc found in conjunction with Itw Piles, if a cure is nnt affected iby the u»e of DR. (TPHAM'8 VEGETABLE ELECTUARY.; It 11 in IxTcnxti. Remept, not an external application, tnd will cure any case of Piles, either bleeding or blind, iiuermiTor ejiernal, and the only thing that will. .There u no mistate about it. It i«r 4 positive cure, speedy and permanent. U is also a .convenient medicine to take, ¦ 11J impro<re the general health in a remarkable manner W is very mild in its onperationa, ami may be later! in caneg of the most acute inSammation, witho...

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