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

©MAa.j ©iiAsmir Thill way for Bargains > THE snbecribe* would respectfuUy aUto ni< ^ customer* and the public generally, that he Ins re-commenced the manufacture of Chairs, etc,»ibj old shop on Ihe njoilb side of Bridge street, b Ibebrjikl ing known as the "Yellow House.? He keepscao atsolly bn hand, [or will make (• order, (ia t neat and durable style! aU articles in his line as cheap «•& cheapest. His friends can be supplied with Fancy, ffmsdr and Common Chairs, of differ. enl patterns—Settees, Rocking Chain, Children's Chairs, *>c,.e>e. liitj—Bediteidi aid Tablet Cal and eeejme at my shop on Bridge strset, and i will satisfy youjlhat you can boy reasonable. Is*. B.—White wood, Cucumber and Bunfoxf plank, wanted iu exchange for chairs on reaKaufe terms.', I JESSE TAYLOR. Towanda, Jin. 20,1847.

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

slsiWfAjfoij; j In TowaHda. HM. BAKER respectfully informs the pubfe u,I( • he has (commenced the GRAVE-81'OiVE boo. ness.in all its branches,, al Towanda, where he vrilUt, ready"at all limes ui-altend to all calls in his line. Monument}), Tomb-tables, Gravestones, of every description, 4-c, 4-c., made to order, and furnished aa ehup as WORK tod MARBLE of the same rjuality can be obtained u *» shop in the cjsunu-y. ¦ "* — . He invitee! the public to call and examine hia wort and materials, hoping, to merit their patronage hy «nn attention to business, and by superior workmanship ml goad marble; LETTER-CUTTING done with neatness an<l despatch, in ihilatest style. Shop on Man* street, next door to T. Elliou'i state, and three di ors above Briggs' Hotel Towandi, March 17, 1847. ' 40.

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

BOOT *& SHOE MAKING. WILJCOX dr. SAGE have associated Ihrrasnrs iri the Boot and Shoe Making business, in uw borough off Towanda, and may be found at the old stirs! nf 3.Hathaway,lately occupied hy Elksnah Smilh.neit, I. H.Stephens'Exchange/fore/, w6ere they solicit 1 share of epublic patronage. They intend, by a carrfd selection of stock, and by attention to the interests >f their customers, to make as neat and durable work as nc be manufactured in this portion of the country. They keep constantly on hand, and will mannfatisrc to order.) morocco,-calf and coarse boots snd tttoei; Ladies' Gaiter's, shoes and slips; children's do^ grel'i gaiters and pumps, dec, die. I JOHN W: WILCOX, j PHILANDER SAUE. Towands. May W, 184

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

OLUM BE (NATIONAL HA'fl.'ERKIA* <> Al-M~ LERY ANDPHOTOGRAPHERSrTR^ ING DEPOTS -, awarded the Gold and Silver Medstt Four first Premiums, and Two Highest Honor*. «™ Njational, the. Massachusetts, 'he New York. •" Pennsylvania Exhibitibns, respectively, for ties'" sjilsaidid, Colored Daguerreotypes and best AfP™ evjer exhibited, , Portraits taken in cx<y»si<e style, w.idiot" "& weather. ' ¦ •» Instructions given in the art. , i A large assortment of Apparatus and Stock »•*. hand, at the lowest cash prices p^j. New York, SSI Broadway; P!jilod»-lpbi!i.':"' ^ nut S.; Boston, 75 Court, and 5P Hanoirr M»- timore, 305 Baltimore S*.; Washington, p",tt:,BXfl. Avenue; Petersburg, Va., Mechanic*' H™' ^ nati, Fourth and Walnut, and 176 Main S.; ¦' {Springs, Broadwoy ; Paris, 127 Vieillc Hue Ou r Liverpool, 33 Church St.—3yi jiim^&a i EiUv@3 i sO&& &''

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

Elmifa, Coming and Buffalo Line, J FOB IS**. THE Proprietors of tbe above Line will continui (• rub a Line of Passage Boats beiween.ELV.IiiA, CORNING and BUFFALO, for tbe acco"mmecii. '«M of Emigrants and Families, moving West, affording ftciliues jnot heretofore offered to the Emigrant, fromtfe section) of New York, Pennsylvania. Tbe) Boats of this Line are of ihe FIRST CLASS, fitted nnd furnished with all the coirnrukncr aaJ xeomtnodauon of PACKETS, commande^ry cipstmced Captains, and towed by rclays~Wfc$forscs. \ BOAT ROMEiCspt. H. W. THOMPSO.V J. A TEMPEST, CapL AM. TAYLORDuring the season of 1847, one ot the aba" E>*t» will Itave" Coming and Elmira every Week ia toe Mlowing order: ' . Coas iso, every Monday evening, at 6 o'clock. P- HElxiki, every Monday.evening, at 6 a'dadt,/. * Tdwing down Seneca' Lake every Thursday noing, touching at Big Stream, Lodi, and Dresden, iwl leaving Buffalo for Corning and Elmira, eveij Wedonday iuorning. Ft)R FREK5BT OR PASSAGE.apply teCif...

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

I THOMPSON & CRAWFORD. WHOLESALE Diuggisrs, -*«-*0*jSt!^* (Sooth s&e, below Second.) 9 ^Zf offer for sale a large* stock of Fresh Drug* » and Dye-Stuffs, to which they rail "".*'"„ Country Merchants and Dealers vising Uk '- ^ Coach. Cabinet, Japan, Black a|d otkr' "™ w, a sUpjjvJoV qualify. Also, While^nd H"11*** idow Glass, Psinls and Oils—cheaper ****{¦' fc» W T. & C. are ab« proprietors of d* ^ ^ J tab%.Balsam, celebrated throughout l"1' it„f neighboring Slates-, as Ihe best prepsrauon avj„ of CougBl&Colds, Asthms, iie. Money ."' levcry insUnce%vhere no bcuc(it is rccav** ^ j, \. PhihdeIphia,; Jajr,8. 1847. " nfiES* T O ADIES can 6nu! «:superior assorlrnrn'of ^ X-iGOODS & CLOA rl»fGS. at ^ - ^ J . ^_ j . ;a« s.. . .jfflr'" -DRINT»*i,00 diflerent.stj|k», boo.al>1 '' "^ ± New York, by the case, on^C^SpT^ andwiilbesold^ccordingly. .._-^^JL—-^T lama'of the ~ Bradford^f ' , - Firr'^ *Two dollars and: fifty cents pet """."^c vS"^ deducted ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

I IFrora itie Xal-onlK\Em.] | Gloria Dm. I Gtori'i in nlfUiimis Dec The mlrcies, Lord, which thou haM seof, I To Bless me, since my life began. Of health and ease, peace and content, In ylulh and age, boy and man,. Light m my heart a sacred llame, - Make |ne adore thy holy name, Witi gralitnde inv soul o'erffow^ "I'| use to thank thee. Heavenly King, TBc street refrain the angels sing, Gloria Deo, gloria Deo. Whenlfor obedience to Ihy witl, , ThoR giv'st the swfjt reward of peace. And wjien my duties I fulfil, Thoji send'st for help, thy sarins; grace; . Tis li|e the mild, refreshing show'rs, Upon me languid, drooping flow'rs, Thylblessings make my virtues grow ; TO use to thank thee. Heavenly King, The sWeel refrain the Angels sing. - Glona Deo, gloria Deo. k , The bfrds and beasts, the plants and trees, - 'Tbcfhills and vales, the v.erdant sod} With jpndlike man, the skies and seas, Unifed sing. Glory to Ood. The s«n and planets bless thy name,. The sure thy sovereign power procla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

lFrora.IIcndl'-j'i1 •• XVasliingion ami liis Gnil«**ai* "J Putnam. At length the dit" vfras fast at Concord and Lexiii'jon. and- entrained militia had chased British rr> ;iil;ii> in affright oefote them* Putnam was. dien ytietlv pursuing his occupation at home ; and Oie nevl day after the battle, a plain New England Far' met might lie seen in the field with liis sled and i-vrii dragging stones together, mending liis fence. TV warm April »«n shone down upon his weather IValen fare, and all was calm and beautiful as •nnng ever is. But suddenly » man was isecn mating in a furious gallop along the road, beating hitrneiHv a drum as he rode—the call to arms which thrilled every ear that heard it. Stopping lo wetter no enquiries, he hurried on, and reining up lii- panting arid foam-covered steed opposite diis plaiu-rlad farmer, harried across the field, and stood lueathWs with haute and excitement before htm. ' The itserts nf Lcimgloti (tiitJ. Concord liAce been •¦'ikfl in li...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

TOW AN DA:- {Bcbncsbu-D ittontirtrt, 3nlQ 21, 1847. The Old Arm Chair. ; BT *HS. S. 1. BILE. There's pleasure*"? the humble horne, if childhood's sihile is there, And comfort in the lowliest room, Where stands an old arm chair. We know that hope, with heaven-bright name, Hath wafm; 4 the mother's breast: We know the father'.v frail-worn frame Hath fodnd a pl«ce of rest; Bright visions of the household band, ' Of love-;'ahd faith; and fraytr t Heart joined wiih heart and hand with hand, Surround the old arm chair. j But childhood's happy grace can'give A charm to home most fair; And wealth, ]if wise, xvill never live Without his £ood arm chair. . It is a throne' of holy power, If hearts, of love surround ; A refuge in the world-sick Hour, Where soothing dream's are fbttrid': What nerves the care-bow'd man with strength,* Life's battle-field to dare t That he and his may rest at length Within a good arm chair. The monarch on his golden throne, Of hundred kings the heir, Can he as man ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

I CobcImo History of (tie EngltahfBIblc. 1 he history of the English I Me includes a perio\l of nineTiundred years. Tie venerable Bede translated the Psalter and tlie gospel into the Anglo-Saxon- by order of Kiag Alfrel.. The price of a Bible in 1271. fairly written wi* from S150 u>$25Q, though in tlie year 1840, two atches of the London Bfelge were built for S123. Richard Holies was one of the first lor attempt a, translation of the Bible into the English language, as, it was spoken, after the com [Uest Me wrote a paraphrase in verse on the booh of Job. and a gloss upon the Psalter, but the whole Sble, by Wickliffe, appeared in 1360 and 1380. A bill in the year UOX), was bit nght into the House of Lords, to forbid die use of Ei gtrsh Bibles.; butit did not pass. A decree of Arundel Archbishop Of Canterbury ii 1403 forbade una ithorized peisDnsJo -translate any text of Holy Scrij lures into English as well as prohibited the readirr.; of any translation till approved Of by the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

^BP^^W^^P"^ f*^^iT«f^8W» ^mfytP W,iVM}tY ^ TowawfaL Wednesday, July th mi tSCMOCHATIC NOMIN&TIOX8. roil oovmiro«, FRANCIS R. SHUNK. TOM CIlXIL COJr*|MIO!fK*, MORRIS LONGSTRETH, or aoT«Tooj«»»T cocirrt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

The Proviso. From the proceedings of the recent Democratic State Convention of Georgia, we have taken the following resolution, which seems to have been unanimously adopted": — . Retnleed farther by this Convention, That the democratic party of Georgia will five their support to no candidate for the presidency of the United Slates, who does not unconditionally, clejrly and unequivocally declare his opposition to the principles and provisions of the Wiluiot proviso. Of the Wil'mot proviso, our readers have already been informed. The democratic party of die North has ever been united and resolute in its efforts to sustain and vindicate the rights of the South against every combination to disturb the, harmony of the Union, by the agitation of a question believed to be clearly understood and definitely settled by the compromise of the Constitution. A just regard for that solemn exponent of the rights of the.Stales, is, as it should be everywhere,-the only consideration. Our party has a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

BraAfard .Cotwty Erect t Jacob Reel, Esq., the indefatigable Treasurer of Bradford county, has just returned from Harrisburg whence he has been to pay the quota of State tax for Thi§ county, for 1847. He has paid off the whole sum, amounting to more than 410,000. By this prompt Mid efficient action of Mr. Reel, and his ¦assistant, Mr. Peck, the county has been saved this year, the sum of 9493 68. More than dotiWe the amount .raid out of the County funds to lhe Treasurer for county services. A sum nearly as large, (3405 43) was saved to the County, last year, by the energy and efficiency of the financial officer, in collecting and paying over the public moneys—as may be seen on reference to the annual report of the Commissioners, in the item of " Premium on payment of State Tax" charged to the Treasurer, and by him paid interne county coffers. Such farts speak volumes for. the energy, honesty and patriotism of our tax payers. It is akso an evidence of the prosperity aud permanent mer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

T« Ami t T« Arna* r Ike second Tuesday of October u approaching The cctBMt between Democracy and Federalism, between fijiilT ligjl injl exclusive pririkgaimoat soon be determined, $*¦ work should be begun. We fear our friend*, uvthe cqutni),la inatiiiij, sopinely, in the confident assurance of certain victory. Depend upon it, -at will not come unless you achieve it, and, toscmWe it, you must improve the opportunity now afforded, of marshaling the hosts of Freedom for the fray. We have never been defeated, except when, relying in confident security that victory was certain, we have neglected to make preparation for the contest. We believe.the Democracy of Bradford, will give.a glorious account of herself in Ocrober : but to do this they must work. The Federalists were never more active : silent, it is true, but, nevertheless efficient unless our friends bestir themselves, and counteract their operations ^ All the measures of the Democratic party have met with success, and approval at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

"State Book of FcuniylTaaU." We have been presented with a volume, just from the press, widi the above tide, by Thomas H. BrimowEs, Esq. We have given it a rursorj"»ex-.arnination, aud believe it Well adapted to die use of schools ; we most cheerfully add out testimony to the many flattering notices taken of this work, and recommend the " State Book of Pennsylvania'" to the favorable notice of teachers. The author has long been known a£ die friend of education in our stale, and the intimate acquaintance with the common school system, acquired while he was Secretary of the Commonwealth, and Superintendent of Common Schools, has enabled him to perfect his work far more successfully than ^ he could otherwise have done. With some few unimportant inaccuracies, the State Book furnishes a knowledge of the history and resources of the various counties of the Commonwealth, given in a manner adapted to the comprehension of children. '•' whether of larger or smaller growth."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

Deranged Boy. A young lad, apparently about 17 or 18 years of age, came to this place on Sunday evening last, in a state of menial derangement. He is thinly clad, having nothing on but shirt and pantaloons. He talks incoherendy, though inoffensively. He says his name is Sam'tel P.. Obourn—that his father's name is Thomas Obourn, andlivet on the Lycommg creek, about seveh miles from Williamsport. Should this notice meet the eye of any of hts friends or relatives, it is hoped they will pay immediate attention to bis wants. A Ci'Riosrn in New York.—A Chinese Zioii, or vessel, arrived in New York, a few days ago, laden with a vast quantity of curiosities. She is owned by an enterprising American ship master, and is manned by a crew consisting of 40 Chinamen and 20 Europeans. She is an object of ra e curiosity, to the good people of Gotham, and attracts universal attention. Stbcck bv Lightning—On Sunday week, a barn behjhging to Simon Stevens. Esq., in Standing S'-one township, was struc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

**•1>^*" —* tt« wW^ At the recent jwelcome of Col. Don^d... btpejc^ ta£ Louis,«, theu^t^ S^W-^SSSF-s--subject, are worthy dfperulal ™ ^b •• this ^^^if'^^^^i, 4« a was a strange war. It was Arson bLT ** •ttange abroad.} It was brandedX Cor??' "^ petty, aa ah unjust war, and yet &*£, ?£ °*» aa sapportets rallied to «Mtan itmS? *%e" mocrmtji com posed the sune mom aSdi!??I*- same tent.: Uwas only sorry that u£ -St"* turf not beenltrinced ut ^counca? rf» vemiflent A* an instance of Whur k*Jr?°- in thefield, Coi( D. said that after lout W* wh& during which nothing had been^ud^^. States, and while all hearts were ^J™*** ft«p>nie, the fiw thing met witiHnT^V a complete shower bath! Jtwas hWfeti.F' *hock—a shudder! After having orero^** » leagues, impracticable inoimlaiiuCiaW *** - their way through the enemv, aUjieuMW01 *1 * , to be tola- thatpSey were .ofiarfiS ™S *^ CoT. D'. indig^antfy denouqefeTevery ^±^" every paragraph Which went to iW toS**** t,OTO»thew...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

-,* \la>t AW«t Vaee. If ever the adopted citizen of this country, had reason to regret having left,his native land, it was when the persecuting spirit of the self styled whig party, was manifesting itself, in open and retendesa hostility to the ; principles granted by our laws, to the honest emigrants from Foreign lands, to become citizens of.our happy country; or when baring become so. they dared to assert and exercise their rights. The Federalists were aware, that it was just a« natural for tlie persecuted and oppressed of other lands, who sought refuge in this country, to sympathise : ruul co-operate with die party of •• Equal rights,''ia» it was for diem to hate aristocracy and tynuiny in any form. Tlie Federal party, therefora, had .nothing to hope from them, but opposition to their measures. They had groaned under the burdens ffejred upon them, by the monied aristocracy of thf-okl country, and fled from their oppression to s#^k an asylum in the '• land of the free.'' It...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

Nrt»t9*i«UKatl0rw. Tin —sinlinsH built and wajasujt at Pittsburg, from tbftftot day efJas*ry 1847, to July W, an nrotkvwersiT. Thia i» «n totoisfting item in u^bosa»e« ofKit»buig. FuiSj fully i^,deU(ioospeschea and mellow apples, cf the&ost exquisite flavor, were being enjoyed at Vicksburg, Mils, on the ltd June. A Georgian physician, in an attempt to prepare gun cotton, is said to have discovered a mode of making cotton entirely incombustible , so that cloth made of it is fire-proof. A few davs ago, as some dozen boys were bathing in the Miami (Ohio) Canal, (hey found a large lot of valuable watches. One boy got twenty-one watchet, another eighteen, and none less than a watch a piece. The "okl curiosity shop" at Niagara Falls, was broken open on Friday evening, and a large quantitity of moccasins, and other articles of Indian manufacture, taken therefrom, amounting to some. £200. The Moniteur announces that the importation of grain and flour into France during the second fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

Later lrs>^ M«mie«.' Loan tf cmeMUhon Dtmanitd by Santa Ama, wUcfc keurwmg tf Jfcwest o/1^Jfej*»i*-n« FortUkaticmtSr tic CamUd]Pnpmmg «•% gnat Emrgw Qtatral Scott has dmdemt d Jalapt—Omutaiy tttwwtdfrom. Tooojeofc. fe. An extra of the New Orleans Times of July 7th, announces the arrival of the steamship JUabama, from Vera Cn» on the 3d inst, Tne latest dates from Mexico by this arrival are to be 19th of June. Santa Anna, it is said, has demanded a forced loan of one million, sod is raising the money at the point of the bayonet A letter further states that the work of fottifying the approaches to the Capital is progressing with great energy; but with very Utile judgment Jfo further tidings have been received from Gen. Scott except that he has abandoned Jalaps, and it was in possession of the guerillas. Comodore Perry has returned from Tdbascd.— He found the river impassable, and consequently landed his troops, and marched to the town. He found the. enemy ready to receive' him,...

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