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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

IDS.W'S'rM-J SM'iASS iSJi'WSi ^ THOMPSON & CRAWFORD, 1 VaJJ HOLES ALE D.uggisis, Xo.40M.Art ^ t' (Soorb side, below Second.) rVyMJ offer fo sale s large stock of Fre»h Dtep.M"~ snd Dj e-Sluffs, to wnich they call ihr stta*"^ Countiy Merehsnts and Dealers visiting uwo','' Coafh, Cabinet, >aoon. Black-and oth" !*2fi, a superior quality.' Also, White»nJ Red '**'' dow Glass, Paints and Oits-^heoi-er thanewr' (XT T. dc C. Sre also proprietors of the li»"» ^ table Dalsam, celebrated throuirhout theii' "T ^ neighboring Stairs, as lho best preparation fl"~ yfl ' of GotWhs, Colds, Asthma, *c. Money teW" every instance wbeie no benefit is received. / ^ Phi adelphia, Jan.'8. 1847. _X__—-•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

BOOTS & [SHOES OF ALL KINDS JC83* receiveff from Philadelphia, a large .tsrJw' did aaeonmlent of men's calf,kip and- coarw £?' ofrm «t SO W $3 50; boy's do.; ladies *aiten*S walking shoes J abw, fine kid slips and boskins, sJ^ kinds of orersb oes; do. calf booteea and lsced du,/ children's and Miases shoes of all kiods, keitv™^i fight, suitable l»r every kind of weather, Yowl,', » " kip and coarse boots to suit children from 410 |j old. We pled ire ourselves tb give s better anidsV" lower price tisaany other esiai>lishmenUo Br«ttJ county, , TRt NKS from $ 1 50 to $ 18 00 HATS AND CAPS. A large ass. rtmenl of fashionable Hats and Cm J every kind an I description fur sale-very low GROCERIES. Molasses, n gar,"coflce, codfish.No. 1. snd S-J(snW el, best tjuslit r black and green tea, fiom 31 toitiLl ¦ a pound ; pul reriied and leaf sugar -^rice lolisc».3 sperm, dipped and mould candles; rabins by tht t,, or pound, rial en, soap, scgara at 50 cents per,-Sursliri and in fac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

^- ' CAUTION- „ .w -m-HEREAS-my wife ESTHER b«l<lVW ^ V V and boarjd without any just cause er fT"^ this4i to forbidiall persons ba,Tt<oring or tn»u»5^ niy account a* I am deMrmined to pay no«& contn cling aftrfr this dote. ' _„« prijOS-/ cUtbnriifay 1,1847. ; TIMOTHY FEIW^- ~"1" CLOVER SEED. - ^ A QOANTTTY of «nperior ""^ '' "Ss ¦ i day recerved.and for side at ^ X IHBKlJ^ ~" INSURANfJE^CGElJCT. ^ rpilE «ub*criber continues"IP set ss »S™!.™6n,d 1 LA WARE MU^AI. lNSUBARCEt^,, Phih delpbb, • stocl£xompany of good .ta*«« ^ puts ft does business so asfavprable *"*»•»*£ fi H.is jahp&a* toJto.ttCOH&eg' TUAri INSURANCE CO* s compsny^ p w«yiy^jwnrfWm.their«ymepiof.lf»«*^: sentf advantages seldom fonnd. _.RTlil^: ^Tbwanda, May 20. ^_ J>_g- *W±^*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

8^rSSSr& raFflsS' -lh ^OR the cure of DEAFNESS, pains, and the dis--T charge of matter from the ears. Also all those disagieeablesouiids, likejtlt* Uuxxing of ksccu, falling of water, nbnuring of stfam, dtc dtcW which are symptoms of^ipproscbing iSf*fness,and alM geoenlly aUendsnt-with (he' disease^- Many persons who have been deaf for ton, fifteen, and even twenty yesrs, snd were obliged tol.iisc^*r trumpets, hsve, after using one or two Imtilcs, xbttiwn aside thfer Uumpetspbeing made perfectly welL ' Rhyricians anil Surgeons .highly recommend its use. '¦<' , ^r-.^ * ' The veiy crest numhefof happy results that Tiave-followed the; u» of SCARPA'S JrV^tWnC Oil,, hare been truly astonishing. ' Aid «,lfeii is wonderful, sojie who'were desf from birth, have been so much improved as io hear common conversation very readily. It would be- the height ofvjiresumplioti to warrant a cure in all cases, but in nine cases out of ten of recent date, ibere ia a certainly that "the re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

^©WsLHlB^a \VEDNESDAYflJUNJl 2, 1847. MAY, BT WILLI! AiiLORD CUUI. TV Spring's Minted birds all around me ere "welling. There are songs in the *treams,there i* health in the gale A sense ot Wight in each bosom it, dwelling, ! ^ As float the Pure 'l«5"1**m* °'er mountain and v«Ie; TV desolate reign of Old' W inter i» .broken, The verdure it fresh upon every tree; Of Nature V reviri I the charm—and « taken O! lore, oh thou Spirit of Beauty ! to thee. TV-uin liwketh lonh from the halls of the morning And flushes the clouds that begirt his career ; Hf wrlcomes the gladness and glory, returning . Tamest on the promise and hope of the year, H, S1U with rich light all the balm breathing Sowers, He mounts to the zenith, and laogha on the wave; .He wakes into music the green forest-bowers, -Am! ciKis the gay plains which the broad rivers lave. Tbf'toung bird is out on his delicate pinion—» Hf i"ni4ly sails in the infinite sky ; tpetting to May, arid her fyiry dominion, )(( p-jur-. on the wes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

I ftitaa •! luntr. atr /*>¦» e. wsiruae. Bead M 1*1 l - -'-t *— ' ' The tswthwsst bieeaa* play ; Aad, thiugh ita haa*, taw winter *«—¦ /| The saaw (toad Aajefof the North nm+arfitoMKymfi; As^ lb* isswaY eenfc liaaota Bww*v Again lb* etnas** go*, dear. Ta* fax his hflMrfc cell forsake* . The most-nt leaves bis Book, Tba bluoibira, ia tb* ateadow bnkesv 1* aansrjisg witn the bvuuk, -Bwu up, Oaao ther Nature r try iwvbv uses*, and litwililaa tree. *Oer Winter vyasces pffupheay Orauaaeaw days to Owe r So ia those winters of lb* mi, By bitaar Mast* sad drear ] O'er sweat bran Memory's (rosea pott, W«B Bwaaj day* appear, j Revtving Hope and Faith, they (how Tbeaool H* Cving powers, Aod bow beneath tba winter'* snow Lie caraas of sumaer flowers! Trselilerhtasaotberorthepey, The Waatarjor the Spring, And ever upon bid Decay The gniinat aaeaeca ehng. Behind the claasl the etar-bght lorks, Tbreogh showers the sunbeam* tail For God, who, loreth all hie works, Haa Mt hi*Hope with all?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

1 Tulut L*xkt. OH. We have noticed a story- going the itrandt oftbepreM, taken from the Boston Atlas, slating how a Itew' York boy " come it" over the French waiter, who refuted to let him into his hotel uoles* h* was allowed a fee. ' The origin of the story is this: Some years ago a green Vennonter went to Near Orleans on a tour of "-speculation," and pat op at one of the hotel* in that city. One night be was out rather late, where be had been, orsopon what basinets does not appear, though if was thought by some, that a portion of his nottnegs had found a market, yet this is by no means an ascertained fact—that be was oat (ate. Very hie, was however indisputable. The hotel was closed for the night and Jabez wai outside. After ringing at the bell for some time, a window was opened above bis head, and the .next moment a enrly headed son of Africa exhibited his phis, who accosted oar friend wiU>—» Who dare ?" •• Well, now. mister, who do yon think it is V said the Yankee with a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

: Wfakat^l t-Bilte ' - Amsterdam i%rmoeh engaged in ma anmetneee, and someoflbcsfr ai« jrecajiario* the country. l"he one of these which t war most eurirme to see is dm for ibe polislliag ~or eerttmg of amnwotwtov There as* eevemi i» wiaertyr ¦ nd tftcy are exeiaaively the prop* ny of ajhs Jews, who ere quite n time was. Ii i the lowetstory. of a large building were six oi' eighf hof*, ses. driven round and round by a. autatoftf boys, and turning a large wheel. J 'ront; thu;^ ascended a narrow and/ steep star rajr llined witli dust. Sfjrut and tobnashs, to tie'sesfuit lloor. Here were sboot tort} wail snWnv'sesfed'-ai their benches ronnd* tne tirfe o>me room^ The large wheel below torned fi >ar smaffer eynndeiw m the; middle of this roon, aiitf fiom' these Units ran to' ail the bencheei «* hear m motion 'a nwmber of eirw^arirow platee, horixontaf and* even-witn the sarfseeo' tnemifr,' The superintendent sat in the em; mr awe* an his work, and overlooking, the- r r &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

TIip one Progressive Principle BT J. T. IIEADLKT- , laihor of Sapoleom *. his MarsanUls—Washn«un ,n« liu U»,raJi—Tkc Sscttsl , Moanialirs, Ac, -* How, i$ there iaja principle operating in this »oiM; earning sttriffgth every day, and which, >« »"me form or oi'^'r-has excited more alarm ' u>itiw>-<} more cfToM than ail others put to-., tuber, anii oiie winch threatens to change ibcf •micture of all human governments, or ihe!i >!«f» lod shim.men of the earth are mistak-: *=. ™<1 pob'reU out their treasures and the bltkxt I'-inr 5ji!,j,xi« in vain ; the question natural-" " fi««. « hat will be trie issue ! The solem- . *-'»'oj il.rs question and the immeasurable jo---:"r«u« at'naae, are iho only reasons thiiVave '•i-ccc me io present ibis topic before the ••'¦Kary s^x-ieiifs of itus I nirersitr. Il repub-<tz '»m «i< the end of it all, and the erection ^ p-ipiiUr ^civernments the world over the1 ;:a*ni-.g acL ^en w'e might contempla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

i FcmIb Create—1 Thrfllln IkrUfc. Off lbs coast of Atta California, about two degree* distant, beartngnearly west from Point San Pedro, which is in the latitude M 4» N., and longitude J IS 14 W., will be (band a small iatand, called by the Spaniard* Saint Nicholas. This island- was formerly inhabited by an inoffensive, indolent race of Indians who subsisted dmost entirely upon fish, which they caught from the rocks, and Osuseles, which they found ia the •and* of the beach.— They were a listless quiet race of beings, who seldom had communication with others of the human family, and who had but few- wants, and fewer cares. About the year eighteen hundred and eighteen or twenty, Ihe Russians from their settlemenu at the north, landed on this island a party of Kodiae Indians, for the purpose of burning the sea otter, which, al that period, abounded in those waters. Thia party remained on the island for more than two years ; and were the means of sowing the seeds of disease and contentio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

The Panic Orgies. When bow are the prediction* with which the led*- ral ***** unwed on Ihe passage of ihe tariff biH of 1846 1 The line is passed, limited for their fulfilment, but none .of the evils have\ visited Us. These predietions were made with an eptaM$nt sincerity end earnestness, and to the minds of many, we have no doubt, invested the future with fearful omens. There we* no e*l»miiy which could befall commercial and mechanical pursuits, but were spoken of wilb a confident boldness that staggered and atartled ibe unsuspecting portion of the people, tabor was to be reduced to the wage* of * mere serf.— Lumber would be eqld only at most ruinous price*.— Furnace* Would, stop their operations; the owners become ruined, and the operative* beggared. The iron and coal osinee of ibis stale, were to surfer annihilation j end peer, deceived, betrayed Pennsylvania, waa to be a hy-werd and reproach. The perfidy of the Vice Preriileal and Bon. D. Wilmot for mint: for the Tariff of 1846,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

Govermof OnmaHL ^$&*rm*r+0 fm fh'mm-U e-dde whether they | l eawuv§|ih*it old,«rmla*d ttWIn^tfand R, DwSik. T*i man %vh^ ^ m^ni i^rv sd;»W' s^ve»a mentfwith* faatlity arsd ^ enera^uiat^naa leiiiii* ate, eld OMmonwaalth to *w> foirlaune. >Wbe%** **»«£ ^/4j*l of ataie-wilh alfetvjysroii»>Jlte etorm that bowledaroood when he took the beta**—">tae**m ate deuvsi,W*Wjek* and *ho*t* ere passed; the shipj )u e^ry' **il «», wSsts, smdertW pv-ar it^nrnX^ .mooth sea. Shall' we e«**B commil this old shipj" to tire god of storms, i j» l'i«htniB« Waal the gele !" or shall we once more try tie old eomrnsnsW, aesJ It** him • chance to teal »gain, bis skill 1 • . , ! Tb£ people could! noi have been more fortunate than they frereto the selection of fJev. Shunk, .None, bu ^ t one of bis firmness, Ibis honesty, bis dear apprehensiofi of the rights of the people, bis' inflexible edlwence lo these long abused rights, could aJlhi* time heve unfurled with priifce^he sten...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

, - ,—, k Country Newspapers. A contemporary give* this good a* well es opportune advice:—" Let no farmer and no other man relinquish the newspaper published in his own neighborhood, for the sake of taking some other larger, cheaper, or more popular newspaper published abroad. The newspaper published in one's own county, is, as a general rule more valuable than any other, if il be for nothing bnt the advertisements; fur even they are the thermometer of business, and often the key which opens the door to excellent bargains. It is of oo little consequence 16 th* farmer I to knew what ia going on in hi* market town ; the eornpeliticnsin buying produce; Ihe change* in bust ness operation*; the settlements of estates; sale* of .farm*, etc We venture lo say there is no man who may not every year much more than *»ve the price pf subscription to his neighboring newspapers, from it* 'advertising column* alone;. and on this ground all ought to patronize their own newspapers. This should be do...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

ipt^&lln&toV&ru*- : fiaemll* war eft la* lit SlUifl. t^arg IAn ^nti^eo^lw&ntat W enclossjfto fiihe|»l»pwing orderf issafid bj| CanitaM ^j^n}%»ind upon the|AlcMle of tiu«rr«, wfi wig at ihe lime «-coppanj| With oa« of &oal|?fc Wlains and ik conjunct tiouHiritn^iai, af^e|. supposed, laklnj insav sores to carry il into effect. LieuL Bee, of &tpui&l*m&rCQ£&MMji&tm'b99t® T ed to rooie upon them, arrested them both and brought them to Camargo. , From this order ii is manifesi that, the guerrilla mode of warfare is lo be enforced sll •Ion*; therallev,oitb»Ri»Gran4e.'. I* uvinprtifyiroi wi 'refleet thati*v few disorderly idea, •SBljjMaedXron^eJeJd o^^. batUe at Buefla Vista and hid tfiemselves in ihe quarries before Monterey.'bave. b^-nbeir nvarderous conduct, given color lo the cfc.rges with which Cehales commences and lard*his order; nevertheless it is almost certain ibat the system would not have been put jn ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

jgj^jaBiagajgaeaB^siaBj sss ¦ p*BB*m»»s*jim^a«H«=yj»wa.^; - t-'^o^ro» Uter iroa^Siiti Fe. < m— j^PMJhMBthtdlkt M*V/J«. IMf.j s^nteaant »ejt arrtiM alSuIKonia ojrjpbe it$IjRZB&jf. -f-**-1 f f ^Iftico wss still §w||mi S| *««B f • though apparondy sln^eriaii**£ ¦ ?o»eaAoy - "The general opinion is ihst Ihe Mexieansjre. quired only competent leaders to rebel sgarost awr.-Oft»^fe»wBwaai. -n!,.-^- .----n,,-.- -.-«. ¦, ¦ •{_ ¦. Judge Beaubein was still engaged in tryjing former insurgent*. i Lieut. Beal, Talbot and oihera left San l?iego, Feb. Sflih, bringing important] inlellgence. Al Taos, in* Court had condemned s Ifrge n'umberolrthB' insargerit*. eleven have bWri haogv4en4 «aay.wl»iPsi«d-T-« •«» hBag|lbe day Lieui. Talbol passed through Taos, j The' exeeotioris ereated great excitement among the Mexicans, and efforts were msking to stimulsle Insurrection, and raise volunteers for • rebellion. ! The Alcalde and many influential men were opposed io ihe movement. The Indian...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

IHstttrra. thtpwreck. The barque Adam CarrfCspt. Wright, arrived si an early hour this, morning from Glasgow, which port she left oa the 4th inak, having thus made the passage in seventeen Jays. We are indebted lo Capu Wright for a copy sof the Glasgow Herald of the 3d inst. loithe latest paper* by the Caledonia we had brief notice of a shipwreck on ;lhe West coast tjf Scotland, with fearfnl loss of life. The Glasgow Herald of May 3d. gives the particulars-—-three seamen, ihe only survivors, bsving arrived at that port on the 1st. '¦ The vessel was the brig Exmonth, of Newcastle, 320 tons, lssae Booth, aaaeter, bonnd from Londonderry to Quebec. Her crew consisted of/eleven men and she bad on board as passengers 249 emigrants, principally small farmers with their families.'1 Jhere were also a number of women! and children going ont lo jyin tbeir male relatives who had already setded in Canada; and in the were ihree young ladies, two oi them sisters, going lo tbeir borne* at St., John...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

^-»»n»#OTq^osgga(S. -t.-fcsnafctf-¦ ..-.•»-. .•*!-¦*«-< CsTSt wr*- •/ tirotrcnMttnf Stora-^-RtUmt of JmtrkmOffiem—BorUnil, Goines.C/ow Xkndiiidikifmni, R&gtn at-ldbtHjfU lie ppi&r?- $ ! ^.. - f. - n iTiWtB-Kew Orbs** Pieayaa* ofMev toth.) , ' ;Iiws» not antil yesterday motwiortMt w* were placed in possession of the following"let- ^ ter received hers on, Tuesday by the Mary Kinpland. It milt haaeewthat Mr. Keadall'* Istier is later than any thing hiiherio received from Jalapa, while the letter from jVcra Cruz gives a more definite account of the occurrences nesr that city, reported in our last open verbal authority.; ¦ . [ • _ , j The most interesting passage in Mr. Kentlalt'e letter is that annwooeing that ^Maj. Borland and Gaines, Capu Clay and the rdher officer* taken in ihe North, together with Passed Midshipman Rodger*, are at liberty in. the city of Mexico. The next step is to insist on the immediate release of the men who were taken with Maj. Gaines. Mr....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

ne Wtrtl ItalMt ft, toTeti^^ We call sttentipn to the followin* .J-A Vt«pryorJaau|.v«,,he fSBcST* for Goveroor. during the brief perioa h. *'1* infJongrea* from this State. l*t eve,* k esfWb.g VOler wr.ou.ly examine the,^ JAMES 1RVIN-H1S VOTES IN Vn ~ .GRESS, ; C0N--A reference tol the journals of Consri.. ¦„ .now that Jaat* Irvin, the Fwderal Bc!li*',, for Governor, v.bted, whilst* nember»'(•** gress, for a batch! of measures of ihemosidT * gerous and anii-republiean character^n !*" sores which will cause the honest freemen J the Commonwealth lo shun him as thev - ¦ the pestilence, i 7»oul<| Oa the wth day of A*fciut, 1841, J^,^. vin voted for the bill incorporating that. GaBATJ British Monsteb, "The Fiscal Bank of-this United Stan,..., [See Journal H. R., 1st1 session. 27lh CnT gress. page 325Q After the veiti of that bill, James Irvin an, voted for its basssge, on 10th Septeraf,,0 1841. [See sa|mt Journal, same session M ' 5120 '• , ' . , 'H On lb* 18th ol August, IMl.Jani...

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