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

jElmifa, Comiiis. and Buffalo* Liw. I J I'OR 1SI7. THE Proprietors of the a' "ve Line m! " ' ' * rui a Line of Passaje lloiri- '^in.fii K'-MIKS GORNlNCr and BIFF \LO. lor <,i-»-»*'y '' of Er.iiijrsiits and Famd»-s, movm: \» »"•'¦ Jti'""'-'^ ! ciliticshot heretofore off. red lo lbe Enugiar.l, Ir^-" 1 section of New York, Pi-nn-vlvjinu. ] TheJB,«Ls of this Ltieareot the FIKST Cnj fiiu-d ind luinii-hed with, all- the con vet :'i" *"' f ^ - | coinmJdation ef PM;KKTS. commatidi.l b\ eif<",'r ed Onjiains. ami towed bv n-lavol H-w-BOAT ROME. Ciipi. H. VV. 11H'MPS'1'• ' "j TEMPEST, Caja A M.T.\M.i>K During the sci.-on of IS 17, inir* t'' »**". ")^ wfll "fiive Corning and Elmira c*<t\ ve^ -r- . ' lowin? order: . - . n M Con>-t Vo, every Monday,evening, it <• <• e } r $ Evvrii a, i v'eiy Monday evening, al " "'(d*'i • '_ Tmi-iig down Seneca Lake every TI-u'^-'T '^ ing, touching at "Big Stream. I.o.!i. a'•! """u"iBes. leavin,; Buffalo for Cof-ni...

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

PRIN'TS—500 iliffiTeiitsUles. K'u^Ut ¦•' l ' ' ^ A'ew York, by the rase, »oi iln.-' '",.''''1'^il.-and vi/1 be sold accordingly- D.ilh' ^^^

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

j If Alin A STEP ALII A} s TO CCllL. ¦ ¦ ¦ - -4J- -•¦ HEMOfflBHOlI/S. OK J'lLES. is.a diteare'prodoc ed byflocal lin'.a'.i.in ro-tneness, purgvlive sumo ' lauts. u-ndul dctcrinriu'o. u ol blood to lbe liemoirlniidt j vessels by eaeiasive ri'liug or walking, or a ennjemu J state of lbe lver, and prruli iritv of lbe con-l'itiuion itxll , It is usutllv'considered .umler ihree form, or varieties 'as folli «s: Elmil Piles, White I'l ¦¦> .iiui lilceilfnj P.ie.-1 'J bl.s disira-e is so Ciiinilioii, and so \erv.we.il knunn. ; that a desci ip-tTon O^lts sytnj touia ii nol deemed fleersjsatv. ' • ¦•» . • !v The suc:ess lhat lias foll-i-.vrd :he use nf ihf Ea-'.->- | cilion i.'i thj.' cure of lliif)JPs. u-e. ha-N-rn trulraat rn.S;- ¦ mg. ' Phtf-tci-ins M iw advi,e lheir p.itients t.o (fr;!. a '< the only Hil- Me.'i.-m". ! In Dililitlion^o its ;-i inn s po-il'.vp remeilv far thf Piles. : il never' lajlsllrure ib.it IN I'l >1.EUAUI.E 11'C li;.M;. ; which, is s|i very ...

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

?ettm (iff fie Bradford Rrpow Tvfo dollars and fifty eehtsfcr annul"- |^T [( ^ diilupled if paid, tviihin the year; and let , allv ih advance, f>ys Doi<..tn will be Min* ^ v, SiJbsi-rilKTs at liberty lo.diseonlimie »' '"^ pudciO paying arreuVages. Most kinds ol Cot v r»« roceiverfih payment, at the iparkrt puce. )ff >rt - Aievertisejoents, not exceeding a sipH*' ^ . .Hrlines ihijrrted for fifty cciits ; ever»-»ufw1u i rl?, |) l rf|Wfn> IwerJtvrfive ccntsl A disconirl mode to veait' ' .j^Bj tr J.JiI.Pbi.xti vc, of ever)- •l'?cr .lr,"^n *l !"Vvf •: |>cdi<:i>i!sly executed on new and tasbi™3-'" ^gfroi* I.j-ltcrs-on business (wrhriiiius to lbe olUcr, r.-c ^ f'postage, to cusuic attenlKitl'.

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

Tltit way for Bargains! ''pHE suliseriler would rcsjiectfully say | 0 i J. customers ; ind the puhlie generally, thai h' S ^ re-comrnenced t te manufacture Tof Chairs', etc ' iv * old shop ou the north side of Bridge street, in il.l'i?.'. tng.knowp.as Ae "Yellow House." He ke^ Btantly on hand or will make io order, (in iTc',0"'' durable style) 111 articles in his-line as- cheto ''I/ cheapest. His friends can be supplied with Fancy, If'insnf and Common Chairs,'0f di/r ent patients—Settees, Rocking C/iuirt Children's Chairs, rj-c, ,yc. ' AU( i—Bedsteads and Tables. CVI and seej me at my chop on Bridge «t«tt ^ i ,' wilt satisfy you- that you ran buy reasonable. N. U.—W|iito wood, Cucumber and Eta,^ plank, wantud [in exchange for chairs on rewoTfcT terms. j- . JESSE TAYLOR. Towanda, Jin. 20. H47. ""-UK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

The Dying Girl's Request. ==: I [From Fmfcr's Muga* 1 u Mrsic before! die! Let me bear those thrilling sounds o.ice more, . E* I-depart to a brighter shore, # To my home on' high •, And sin" me the strains winch thou sangest before, ' ¦' ' °With a tearful eye. . " Stag hvmns an4 songs of praise, 'For iay heart is panting again to hear Thiue own sweet voice, my mother dear, Ere. I hear the lavs Which shall shortly burst on my rauish'd ear, 4 Where no joy decays. •• Wipe off those bitter tears, That scorching fall on ifiy pallid (ace, Where anxious watching has left its trace; * For the morn appears, -Aiul I must depart from thy loved embrace To celestial spheres. ¦ . i* Mother., thine own Sweet Voice ]s the sweetest music noy'tcme, f'ur*t soothes my soul"v*ith its melddyj, . And, makes my heart rejoice *, .,' Ainl to die, with my ibVts 6x'don Meav^i and thee, Was my heart's fjrst choice-! . * . . \ ' We'll meet, my mother, th%re i W-'II meet^above in that blessed clime, Whose gWies w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

* -. me - . u. THK (MTV CLERK, W Ml<^ I.WllUUNV. M. sl-rxiWUK. - \ s>;sier'* lov ' I il\Vf-tl nr-mi tin- Uirimi:— I Tlif- mih Iom- oil ,'nrlli in wIi-i-Il ih.- forth ', Ha* j.'urn "" mml ol 5"il-r,-gar<!:i»l run'" ¦ lUvit W MtK r I; is about tlic middle ol November-,—a bright. / «.nn d.-fv. when tin* genial spirit ol the rear looks kick with onr ol its farewell smiles. His warm W-Mth lu^ spread a*si\\'cr haze over the i ugged hill-¦.i!iA 'J'llf mountain tops are shilling—die dried Ww> bmihi ofi by the frost, turn round ami round. .rj'i .lrop without aVtnind. A rather narrow, brisk ¦"'<'.*-am runs rapidly,, descending as it goes, till. it :• ji-Jir-s tltc- rear ol a nea£ one-story house, where, !«'r.i: sei bai k by a dam below, it seems like a plate "\ humified steel from which a soft, vapor is risjp, Avouifd its edges is a tlnn coating of Sec, .ftli--:iiing the* cold of the preeediiig"1faighl. The 1,,-u-e stands on the declivity.of, a bill that slo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

True Federal Doc-rlnr. The United States Gazette, which was edited bv nn acknowledged Federalist, of the blue-light school. just before its demise, in speaking of the relative qualifications of the respective candidates for the office of Governor, uses the following insolent language of Gov. Shunk. who does not happen t.i lie rich, like Mr, Irvin. lluf Federal rioiniiiee : t: We ct« nothing at/out Mr. Sh\nnk in ronnectinu iritfr wealth, for ice tin tint kntnr that /j? i\ rich—yr iritli him ricli; but if h is jio-ir. ty irhit hr,ufit an, liis'porcrty be to the people f Dors iinjf pt,rrrtij. in t!ti* icorld, rrpoie a man to hid tonptiftmunf Porertif must especially be. dangerous to one in high /duces." WhaTl will the honest but poor farmers and mechanics of our Commonwealth think of such dftetrine: ? Are they willing thaj dollars, and cents sliidl be tlie test of their qualifications or eligibility to office ? Shall it be said because a man is poor lhat he is not to be trusted, and sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

«¦ >»* ¦¦¦¦¦*¦ ><¦¦ ¦ > ¦¦» Ow-State W*rk». An infamous, lying article, has been going the rounds of the Federal press, charging corruption against the State Administration, on account c f the management of the "public wrrks. The article was published in the last number of the Bradford A rgns. The Federalists must have desperate hope of sue cess, to resort to su< h unqualified, unmitigated falsehood. It, howe-ier. minces the kind of warfare which dial party has resolved to adopt. Triumph, is Iheir watchword ; no scruples is to the means : success w ill sanctify ihe means . thus say the Federalists, and from this time until the elivliou. our friends may expect no abatement. Any falsehood, which it i* supposed will degrade Gov. Shutik: or nnpaii ilie coMiieiice of the people in him, will he resorted to. The .PeniiM-lvitiiMii .says some excellent things aboul .he article ou the stale works. Here it i-:— ¦¦ All unscrupulous Federal paper at Harrisburg....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

Jlfrlaneliolj-- r>ccarrcbce. We had a flying report,' last week. that, a man in the western part of this'county had killed his wife by. accident ; but were unable to collect the fiicts, so as to give them to the public. ' The following, from the. Tioga Herald, is perhaps as nearly correct as any filing we could give : . A sad accident happened near Troy(, Bradford coumy. on Thursday night,of last xveefe. - A Mr. Pierce shot his wife, as is reported, under thaJb!- lowing circumstances. Mr. P. is anWd man, xvho had laid up some money, and labored under a morbid fear of robbers, keeping, for his protection, a loaded rifle near his bed. On the night above mentioned, he was awakened by a noise at. die window, as of some one raising the sash. He called. Imt received no answer. Something approached his bed. and he ordered il to stand. It made no feply. and continued to approach He tired—and a .scream-informed him that he had shot bis wife. He*immediately alarmed the neighbors, and w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

•bate ttwm MesR»? Prisoner* at the Capital tot all Liberated. Santa Anna 's design to tend them to Alapulco—lines from Jtrajtos-^-Vrrea expected (o offtdfc Rtynota-Prrpara tiomfor Defence—Rout of MexicanDesperadoti ^c A letter in the Picayune, dated Mexico 29Ui June, from Lieut"Battiar, xvho was'taken.-prisoner last Februgiy, while coming with an escort to' a train which was cut in pieces and he supposed to be murdered, says, that the provision for the exchange of Major Gaiues and others, was hot extended to lnmself, nor to Quarter Master Smith and Midshipman Rogers, and that Santa Anna has no idea of releasing any of them, but wishes to send them all to Atapuleo, on the Pacific. By letters received per the- Mary Kings, late from Brazos, to the 15th, it is rumored that Gen. Urrea isabout to attack Reynoea with three thousand troops. ' Preparations for defence were making, and several detachments had been seen (tear the Hirer, and the object of Urrea,- xvas believed to ;be ;ui attack...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

Calm Mtifce Ualto* Stat***. - It ha* long been hinted in certain;quarters, thai there i» * disposition on the put of the inhabitants of Cuba, to hmv^thaf Wand attached to the United Stoles* We£- oursel«e», convened during last springi with Jricb plant*** at St Jago„: who declared to us, that tlie reports of this feeling -on the part of his countrymen were well founded ; (hat in the Vicinity of his home, a majority of (he planters favored such a disposition of the island, asr should »peeu11y bring it within the control, and under the protecion of our republican institutions. Wa are hence, not surprised, to see in (he New York Sun of Friday, (he following article, from the pen of Mr. Bra™ who passed last winter in (he Wes( Indies, and who, as he says, speaks advisedly : Coda ckdek the flxg or the Umteb States --When in Havana last winter, xve had-4 consultation with a meeting of the most influential and wealthy men of lhat city upon the union of Cuba (o the L'nited Slates, and promise...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

Nctn froarali Ntttiotwr \ The Macon Journal says that during the past two weeks there have been sales of some;two hundred bales' of cofton in mat place to (he Georgia manufacturers, aHprices jequivalenttoXlt cente for strictly fair. Uu« is all least, it sajrs,^| quarter of a cent o^er theprices offered by shippers. Cincinnati and'its vicinity is troubled Ifrilh iinmejise swarms of flies, of a dark brown color, and abqtfl one inch in length. They appear in jnasses of millions, an<j presenl the appearance of a black cloud. The same phenomenon is noticed in some parts of Indiana. . Considerable excitement exists in tlie Cherokee Nation in regard to the election for chieftain in August. Mr. Coodey and Mr. Ross are. the candidates for tlie office. On the 10th instant tlie telegraphic wire'had got to Zanesville, Ohio, and wasitravelling' wist- with great rapidity. .\ , Ciiolkra.—The Cincinnati Times notices, upon good authority, a probable case of Asiatic cholera in (bat city. •-. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

mm mj-nm*Mjm m mi—<¦¦—»—^ j§V&tf0Vb .^tyKtix. Towmh, Wcdncsdiiv, Ansust J,;1847 ¦= . .^_ —, - —• —. — : —^... . . . ; DEMOCRATIC SrOMIJfATIOSS; rom r.ovtn-ioR. FRANCIS K. SHUNK. ( »OS CAM1L COJtMIMIOVKn, MORRIS LONGSTKETII, ' or xoxmojitni chisti. t|MJ THK l)EMOCK.\flC STANDING COMtsJV MrrTEE arc rcijuestcd to convene al the houseof T. P. WoodrurT, in -he borough of Towanda, on Friday,the.6th day of August nexL at 2.P.M. \JThe committee is composed of the foll'jwing.namcd centlemen : in.rteaB-s mercur," i edwaru .cra\d\ll, IKAD WILSON, , A. F. LYON. JOHN PORTER, F. 8. WHITMAN, BARTHOLOMEW LAPORTK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

Federal Achievement*! We have already suggested lo oul Federal friends (hat as a party they have numerous claims upon the gratitude of the American people, which from sheer modesty they are not in (he habit of urging upon (he public attention. In that article we intended to confine ourselves to the movements of patriotism and wisdom xx-bich they have erected as a national party, and the honors theyiinve won in the course of their connection with an opposition to the general Government. No wonder thcy are modeS. We fancy thaUfto party exjer" existed which in the short space of fifty years, has done so much (o make its friends blink. Hot their performances in Pennsylvania onght not to be forgotten, inasmuch as they-are at this lime asking (o be trusted with .its government For the sake of the militia General from Centre county, who wants to be Governor, we are willing- to let the public remember how bravely, how admirably, and with what consummate ability discretion! judgment and hone...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

¦WcMn Reeicnj of the XH«irk<» If «xv Tork Market. j Thcksday. Jury 29. I8J7 ' In Flour there is ^ome good demand, md dw marke( is firm xvith, if anything, an irrjproved tendency. I Holders of Genessee are generally asta? ?5.75, but tlie sales are at 5.69. >Ii.x"ed -bnuia* sella,! 5.37 J and 5,4L arid • some even kw«--Slrait Western brings 5,50, occasionally 5 56_ Brandy xvine 5,25 and 5,50 according w order. Southern is held firmly at ?5.7j.an«l 5.S". to small demand. M?al is dull at S2,7-3-.and S3 for Western, 3. * for Jersey: Cortv c'ominues in good demand and the to"? is firm1 at 62 and 66 for good lots mixed, 64 aniW for flat-yellow., 64 and 65 for round mixed aud.w and 67 for round yetlbw, 68 and 69 for fl-hiaf" Wheat is also steady-and in some .request. J"? of 3000 bushels good Ohio at 125; 2500 do. «t •*»¦ 1000 do red 110, and" 3000 do pure Uenessee." 135 cis. " Philadelphia Market. ! ' ¦ Tltl-RSDi'T, Jul)'S>, Thfe demand for Flour has been rather restnOM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

^ ^ iSUretjcinbije, $?t. bootsTand shoST^ What are yon about here! Arn't ye! To, 1 gntiiio! rpHGCSAJSDS of time* (he question has been uked, -a- v\ here on earth are all the Boou and Shoes manufactured that supply the continual rush at the comer of Mam and Budge streets! O'Hara answers that ibis is the place, and these ace the thing* we do it with I, ¦ fc^^^^»a»_ SeveiUt/tejeven nacfashions Hear ye ! hear ye ! and underaland, that O'Hara, at the corner of Main and Bridge streets, will sell at retail this season. .39,781 pairs of Boots, Shoe* and Brogens, al a less price than ever was or probably over will be offered again in Towanda. The Ladies' Department in this 'establishment is richly furnished with fashion.. Ladies', misses' and children'a fancy and common boots and shoes, even to the extremity of the latest fashions. Mistake not tbe place -Comer of Main and Bridge streets, the onlu Shoe Store in Bradford County. Half cash and half trade for Butter. • jj. O'HARA. Towanda, June'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

m '3. m TOWN AGAIN. THJJ subscribers ore-a little later than usual this spring wilh their citensive stock of merchandize j but what the good people of Bradford county have lost by our delay, we will now endeavor to make up tb them in the quantity, quality and price of our goods. We are now on hand with the LARGEST BEST AND CHEAPEST stock of good, in Towanda, bought exclusively foi cash, and since the great reduction in prices. Our stock consists as usual of Dry Goods*, Groceries. Crockery, Hardware, Drugs and Medicines. For further particulars look along through the paper. We need not aay '•• Call and examine our Onodt," for we know that every body will .call at No. 8, before purchasing elsewhere. WM. H. BAIRD dc CO. • June 15„1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

LADIES DRESS GOODS. JUST received at No. 3 Brick jRow, an extensive assortment of rich and desirable! dress goods of the latest style, such as striped TarleteW, embroidered mus-' lin. Cherry lu.tre, M. De Laine, Gingham Lawn, mourning organdie, Balzorine Gingham Robes, Ladies striped dresses, together with all the new and fashionable fancy goods lhat could be found in thi city of New York, and will be sold cheaper.than the same goods can be bought at any othe.-eilablishmeiit in the county. Remember this, and before you purchase stop into _^______ BAIRD'S NO. 3, B. R. HATS—The largest and best selected assortment of Summer Hats, consisting of Panama.English straw, Dunstable, Pedal, Pabideaf, &c, for sale cheap at BAIRD'S BONNETS—Florence, China Pedal, Straw and Lawn Bonnets, all of the latest fashions, at BAIRD'S.

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