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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

—, , j-Later front Mexico. NepoiwtianafWpiate—-Mr. Jfachamui* Idler—Gen. $a>lt'* movanrotf, ' > The PicayunesextriLof July li«n, has received by the arrival of the Steamer McKim, which left Vera Crnz on the 4th inst. files from tlie city of Mexico to the 27th uhi The Government piper published a communication from the 'Minister of Foreign Affairs addressed to tlie menibers of flie Mexican Congress, referring to (hem a despatch ii-om Secretary Buchanan, announcing the appointment of Mi ^ trist, Mr. Bnchmwln's fdtler is dated April 15.h, If it-knowledges tjie receipt of the Mexican Minister's letter of the 22d February, «Ieclinhig to accede to our proposition to.send Commissioners to Jalapa. Havanna or any oilier point, In-fore the blockade of the Mexican territory was eviuHiated by otir troops. ~-v . Mr. Buchanan writes tliat the President holds such cniuiilion alvSolotely irradmissable. neither demamled by luttioual honor nor sanctioned by the practice of ».-. lions. H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

The Chicago Convention. The great Harbor and River Convention which assembled at Chicago on the 5th, adjourned on the 8th. In this body, the Northern and' Western States were generally fully represented ; and three of me Southern, viz Missouri, South Carplin'aand Georgia. On calling to^ order, James L. Benton of Buffaiowa* appoirrtal Chairmari, ahd spsequently, Edward Bates of ML-«onri was chosen President, with a ntunber of Vice Presidents and Secretaries. An attempt was made' lo thrust Thomas CorwinofOhio forward, IbVuie presiding; lifficer, by some of bis injudicious friends, but it was opposed, and he himself had the good sense to decline.— Many of the prominent men of tlie several States were present; and letters were received from others, and incorporated in the proceedings. The first letter laid before the Convention was that of Col. Benton. The Missouri Statesman takes judicious gronnd on the subject at issue, .and shows by reference to tlie public acts of his long life, tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

Another Voice from Mexico. A Soldier in .Gen. Taylors army afler having read/Tom Corwtns speech writes home as follows. Corwin denounce? the soldiers as bring "mercenary robbers," and hopes Ihe' Mexicans wifl- welcome them to '-hospitable graves"—he says their glory consists in having -murdered a Mexican woman,'' kc. You can but faintly imagine the feeling of our men, at seeing such language and sentiments in the speech of an Ohio Senator! A soldier is sensitive of his honor-—this feeling grows upon him by intuition—it is one of die pes culiarilies of his avocation—and vet nothing is more natural than that it should be so". He leaves his home, his friends, his associates,, his comforts/ and luxuries, and voluntarily takes upon himself the trials, hardships and sufferings of a soldier's life, and he does this not for the love of money or pecuniary gain—eight dollars a month present but slender temptation^—but he does it io defend his conntry s rights, and to avenge her wrongs! Such m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

H-rlval of fheBrlttona,^ DECLINE IN BaBADsTClTs' The Rittarmia arrived at Boston on w, . 17th inst. >d)Br(!aytlie • Liverpool July j.v A signal depression has taken plilre :. ,.""7 market since the departure of the la^t J c'in tributabli peculiarly Io the prevalence of?""*^- tlier and the growing steadiness „f n T *'* market. • U,B J^n-~) Prices hare become onbrecedemlr i unusual gloom is every wriert felt h , • >M ingof oGr market yesterday afiernoo!. 1''^ Canal bi-ands would not letcjh more tha j, .*r bb!; and! in some few instances at * 3fis hut i * ** actions were generally of tlie retail-rhanw "*' do not indicate the slightest speculative c' iM lion. ' . e,1<*f*iM. Largt nuantilies sold for SUs but dint « which could not now be resized fyr a,,v a r*"* ble. qua Mitr ; Richmond and Alexandra C"""'!n;|- ed at 3! s : N. O: and Ohio31: aud C ' " % "tta- . s ¦some 21 and 29s. • -"'' 1-au*:a Indialri Corn(iik«wise suffered a jnaleri i pressiou, and could not be qu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

fjgg^rilE DBMOCRAl'IC STA.NDING CDMtSJbf Mri'TEE are rcr|nested to convene at the house of T. P. Woodruff, in .he liorouah of Towanda, on Friday, the Gih day of Aniust next, at 2, P.M. The committee .is composed of the following, named eenilemen :„ " i:i.Y8SES MEKCCR, I ETJWAHID CRAM)AI.I>. IRAD WIfcSMIN, A. P. l.VD.V JOHNPORTlin. I F. ts. WHITMAN, BAHTHOLOMEW l.APOKTE. Thninkfnl for Small Favors. Tlie last Argl$i has. an article imdei lh ^ editorial head, withjtlfe consp.k uoi^s ^vords. -Geu. T.-ijlor accepts,"' i| which il stales.iunqualifiedly, tliat treir. Tnylnr yielilk himtel/ lo a fi'hia unniinnii'ai. and gives as evidence the fdllowing Idler Irotii the old General, to the Secretary ol a Federal meeting, rci-eudy held atTrcutmi, N. J,; It*: oi^riRTKits ,\h->iv <»i .r>-.i l-ITI->%. ) - Cnriip ftriir Miiiu^r.-y Xl.-vico. .tun---Jl. I-|T \ Sir : I linvr l(i* tiniior lo m lotnwIt-HKi-. « -ill -.iil-Tntii-H ot ttijrh croiifti-iiriin. ttir r»-rnpi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

The Inilrptndrnl/frraiary. , Tilts fiscal agent of the government has now been in operation long chough tn-efloble us to judge of its eirects upon Ihe monetary interests of the country. It is said by those l>est capable of judging in sueh'matters, that the syslerh is. iu many respects, workjng admirably, and in no respi-ct, interior lo any other system yet practi-e.d upon. Tlie uniformity and steadiness with which the linancial and commercial affairs of the.country have been conducted for some months past, is without a parallel in our history. Tlie unusual export of the products of the coiintry, and the millions of specie brought into it in return, under the old-svsem of Deposites with die Banks, would have been followed bv expansions and inflations equal to the f imous Mississippi bubble—everything would now be rushiuz forward in a high gale—speculation would have rushed forward in a wild and fearful career. The effect of expansions and coiitractions in Bank issues and Opera...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

Another Voice from the Camp. Tlie attempt of ihe Federal papers lo show that ihe men in (he army are so far lost to self-respect and reason as to favor their treasonable designs, has not been very favorably received by our troops, if we mav form an opinion from such mailers as the burning in efligy of Mr. Corwin, and the deuv.iciatioiis of John of York.' The Harlftrd Times gives the following extract of a letter from a volunteer in Taylor's camp, to a gentleman in Hartford, as another evidence of the feeling which this attempt has created : '¦ All has been quiet here, since our little army achieved such a glorious victory upon ihe field, axccpt a political feeling which has been aroused bv hearing of the conduct and the course pursued bv our political opponents at home—tlie H'fci?*—which is none oilier than Ihe heaping of the vilest abuse upon the President and the Administration for carrying on. as they term it. :' an unholy and unrighteous w-ar against a sister republic.-" on the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

The Poor Mann Honesty Doubled, In he absence of any real objection... inn,' election of Governor Shunk. the tcdcr.il prHIt.Vv the poor, pitiful ones that he has li(.|d '.ft-,, j, "'* few jears and is a poor man. I[[. 1,..,., ."' fice-liolder cannot certainly lie.an ol-jet-nnt" to'-'t in tht: eyes of federalism, for it is w,.jl knnwv'C they jicver hesitate about taking officn vvlu-.Vcan get i!—u hich thanks lo tl„- ^,<K\ M„1>(,n,'J ("' peop e. is very-, seldom—and when n,-,,-,.' ',fc.M£ they ihangto it wilh ihe tenacity ot WikhUih-I^,' it being almost impossible tn ou'.-t ihem.a, if....,, ,. tempt to '-treat an election as t),,,,,.,!, Iti';ii.". taken place," and other iusur!ce-..\u;; ji,„..|' .J' provt*: . , Tljeir only objection, then, in - ||„„',Mn, Frank" must be his poverty. And i!i.-,t;),,.,,a^ rioui objection with the federali-ts t(„..r p-n,'.,^ ilu-.tlleaves no doubt. The follow ing iri'tni:... 1"- led Siates Gazette abtindantlv <--tn(.!isoc- -i,- -„, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

?That brought on the War. . Jons' M. RbTT*. a Mexican U'n.g .- N'-^ 1 is Mexican, a'lies. pni- m (in'- !.¦!, '•<: --'¦''' -v"" . 'gainst oiir.Govemnient •¦ Uen. Tnjlor-iiid ihe Aiii'-ut.; .n,- -i- '"", ordered byr/if fn-i-lrd'n t'-ie ¦ ''i-- ' :¦ fc'' Grande, (which Bi^noiir t s im vi .. , TO this aipfi-Amcncaii -!.•¦ I- : ¦•¦¦ : t :~'-' '- "ne American hero pu-s i i ¦- e i. ;•¦¦«i.-j ;'"".' nial and patrio'ic viiulici«ii"u Kx'lrarl I'rirni C.-ii. Ttt-N-t- I'- i ' % ' , ' . - ¦ ' | v" ' " .. ;--" After many i/cnn o; j«.*ii •¦' " ,' ¦"' led Stales are at jengtli co;'i-!i.U""i! '¦' -^k "*'."' lhat a war exists bewcen our lliv—.i.."',; "' Jovernment of Mex-co. I'm- m ¦ -n, »¦¦ ¦> '"¦' |_' tens have been subjected lo'rr',«'.i:e,i^i-''--"' ' IlirieSjSmr vessels au.l i-ar_'ite- ' !i."'''1'"'':' ^. ind confiscated, onr nierch.ci;- have >vn;.' ed.-maimed. imjirisoned. ttitlin •. ;u:- ¦'' ! 'r ^. reptiTtition. At length yoitr govcifrr.f:: -i'i- -^ ledged the justice of o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

- - .... srf_ tlrmOci-iltlc Pronfl'Ctm ,. ... The prospnets of the DenuH-racy llirou-hout the Stale arc'cheering. Why should it be oilier* i-e '. Tlie couu'.iv was never more prosperous. The prediclions that were so confidently made, a year iigii. by federal panic makers, of ihe ruin and distil ss thai was lo follow the repeal ol ihe laritl of is 12. have not [icon realized. On Ihe contrary, nrospcii'v is smiling in every portion of i tlr land, and industry Is everywhere comiiianding a laic reward. The honest voters who were IinI to believe that lbe -alv.ilii'm oflb.e country depr-uded on partial and unequal law's, for the special licnefi! ot the capiia?i-ts and matiufacturers. and thai a change would re.-ult disi'slriehslv to the counlry, have (he most couciu-ive evidence thai they were deceived, and thai the hue and cry raised by lbe federalists was solely for effect to accomplish the designs of speculators, and ambitious politicians : and thry w ill nut pormil themselves to be.ag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

___ fllcrch,anbi?c, &t. BOOTS AND SHOEsJ What are jon abopt here! Jrn't yel Yn,lgnruiio! rpH0l'SANDS of tiroes the question hag been asked, JL Where on earth are all the Bool* awl Shoes manufactured that supply the continual rush at the corner of Main and Budge streets 1 "O'llara answers that this is the place, and these are the things we do it wilh ! ^S^^^^a ^^ Seventy eleven nap fashions Hear ye ! hear ye ! and understand, (hat O'Hara, at the corner of Mam and Bridge streets, Will sell aUretail -this season. 39,781 pairs of Boots, Shoes and Brogans, at a less price than ever was or probably ever will be offered again in Towanda. The Ladies' Department in tins establishment ii nchly furnished with fashions. Ladies', misses'- and children's fancy arid eommon:boots and shoes, even to the extremity of the latest fashions. Mistake not the place -Corncf of Main and Bridge streets, the only Shoe Stare i'.i Bradford Coitnly. Half cash and half trade for Butter. H. O'HARA. Towanda....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

NO. 3. h\ TOWN AGiAlN. . THE subscribers ore a little later than usual this spring wilh lheir extensive stock of merchandize ; hut what the good people of Bradford county have lost by our delay, we will now endeavor to make up to them in the quantity, quality arid price of our goods. We are now on hand with the LARGEST, BEST AXD CHEAPEST stock of goods in Towanda. bought exclusively foi cash, and since ihe great reduction in prices. Our slock consists as usual of Dry Goods, Groceries. Crockery, Har'd- ' . ware.. Drags and Medicines. For further particulars look along through the paper. We need not say •' Call and exami.ie our Gimd.'," for we know lhat every body will call at No. 3, before purchasing elsewhere. WM. H. BAIRD &. CO. June 15,-1847. LADIES DRESS OOODs! JC8T received at No..3 I&ick Row, an extensive assortment of rich and'ifeSirahlc dress goods of the latest style, such as striped Tarleton, embroidered niusij". Cherry lustre, M. De Laine, Gingham Lawn, m"B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

HATS—The largest and best selected assortment of Summer Huts, consisting of Panama,English straw, Dunstable, Pedal, Palnilcaf, &|c., for sale cheap at BRAIRD'S BONNETS—Florence, China Pedal, Straw and L.iwn Bonnets, all of the latest fashions, ot -' BAIRD'S.. B OOTS <fc SlIpES—fMcn's Calf and Morocco boots, and ^ Congress gaiters, and ladies shoes of every description at BAIRD'S. PAINTS A. OILS—Linseed. Lamp and Tanner's Oil — White Lead, dry and ground Vi-nilian Red, and all kinds of I'ainls- for sale at the eho;i (test store -in Towanda. BAIRD'S NO. 3, B. K. I^ISH.—-Mackerel, Shad, and Codfish iu great abundance at BAIRD'S,' /~1 ROCEKIES.—Thebes! article of Tea Coffee Su'- 7 i;ar, Rire.Tiiliacco, Ace, can In-found at DAIKD'S. DUV GOODS.— Everything.in lie line of Dry Goods usually kept in this country, or ever wanted for use, can be found at No. 3. The said goods were purchased in New York after the great rush was over, and when there was a grcal depression in the M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

Ulcrcljanbqe, &t. MiCIIiPflilli rmrmem-mm ? jm.immm^Lm E. T. Ftil& r~T* AKES this method of informing every person who J- wants to purchase GOOD* that he has opened an entire slock of NEW GOODS;in No. 3, Brick Row, formerly occupied by C. ot Eli Reed, one door below the Post Office, where he would lie happy to show any one bis stock who will favor him with a call; as he is determined not to lie undersold by any one in this or any other Town this side of New York* My stock is very large, consisting of Dry Goals. , flmceries, Crockery, • ' ¦ H trdtenre, Jlooh A- Slices, be. A large assortment of Dress' GooiH. Such as Scotch and Linen Ginghams. Ginghim Muslins, Printed and Argandie do., Oregon iPlaidi. Chamln-aijs and Lama cloths. Also, "" A great ninety if French, English Anil American floths. (Uisximcres, vesting*. Croton &*&* Cloth. Tirrcilsand 6V, Summer Stuffs. ~*D , ltr.frc.lfc. Don t fail to call, as I will sell for the Heady Rhino a little less t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

ZHmrjcffibip, &c. isriw ferss* Thomas Elliot & ~ N. C. Tonikins, HAVING associated •bemselvcs together in ihe Mercantile business, ho|ie by close application and strict attention to business, lo merit a share of public patronage.. They may always be found ready lo attend to any person who wishes accomodation* iu their line. ' They will occupy the old stand of Elliott & Mercur, and as il has just been enlarged and made uioie spacious and convenisnt, customers will Hod it very pleasant lo do business id. ELLIOTT & TOM KINS. May 27, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

NEW GOODS' SKEW GOODS'.! JUST received and for sale a splendid assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, which will be sold as cheap fur Cash as ran bo found iu Northern Peon's.— Customsrs- will find? il to their advantage to call and examine their stock bffore purchasing elsewhere. May 27. •< ELLIOTT 4 TOMKIN9. ANY quantity of GINGHAMS, just received and lor sale by , ELLIOTT & TOMK1NS. LA W5fS of all varieties; also Gingham Lawns very low for cashby ELLIOTT &TOMKINS. BOOTS and Shoes, the largest slock in tonn and cheap as con be bought in the country by E. or T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

SHOES, Ladies wear of all kinds—French onlliii Button Gaiters, Pa*, lipl. Buskins kid slips,. Lasting Gaiters, and a variety of all kinds by E. & T. CIOTTON Yarn, any quantity—also Carpel warp: J white and colored by E. & T. LOOKING GLASSES, of every variety for sale by , jell E. & T. IRON of all kinds, English and Swedes, together with rolled and hammered; GLASS as cheap as lbe cheapest, and a large slock of N AILS, by E. i5t. T. OLD Lable Nail Rods,a very large quantity as cheap as the cheapest, ol a variety nf small i run bv E. or T. ^ j r •__ -_ _ .. . A SPLENDID assortment Parasols of all sizes, ami of every vanely of Umbrellas by E. At T. BONNETS, a good variety Leghorn, Straw, Lawn and Cohurg, cheap as the cheapest by E. & T. LE GHORN Hats of all sizes and descriptions, together with a good lot of palndcaf by E. At T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

PRINTS, M. De l.aines. Ginghams, Lawns, Ac.— The Ladies will find a beautiful assoitment at June 9. BETJ'S*. A GREAT variety of shawls scatty, parasols Ladies and Misses' Bonnets very cheap at BE PTS*. BLACK fc BEAVER CLOTHS, black and fancy Cassimcres, and all sorts of Summer stuffs, a Urge assortment, low for cash al BEITS'. "ITTINDOW &. WALL PAPER' a nice variety and VV cheap at l!ETI"S'. HARRIS & BLOODS' Grass scythes and scythe snaths;also Harris'cradle scvlhcs at BE ITS'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

NEW AND CHEAP GOODS. O. tt. Barllett. HAS (he pleasure to inform lias friends and customers and the public in gcneril. thai he is just receiving a large and carefully selected stock of seasonable,Goods, wjiich, as heretofore, he is prepared lo sell lower than any BRAGGAR P. Towanda, June 2, IS47.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

Xctu Dork Ri)Dcrti:raente~ Prciuimns Awarded to Levi Bmt% By the Auirrton lmlitule for Gold ftni... 1;\- 1840—A^ilser Medal for Superior Gold Pens. 1841—A Diploma foi Gold Pins, 18-2— A Diploma fur I lie Iks.Gold Pens. If43—A Diploma fcr the be* GoM Vrut.-1844 —A Diploma lor suprrioi Gold- V«sV< 184S—A Silver Medal for the l*st GoM Pens. Id46— A Sil.ef Medal fo» lbe bosttsVtlal J*m». This is lo certify, that the abovi is ilrw itfy from ihe records of iho American InsfittsS i HENRY WEIG8, Gm38 RVc. Sic of the »Vme»fem Institute.

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