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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 11 August 1847

@ m & ¥ws i ©,ihAjJir-Tiit* way fir, Bargain,! " THE**t«»oin»r%«ald respectfully „'„ .. customer; a*Nne lybiSr-renen j-,^k *» «« re-commenced lb* msnufactore of Chair. ™ Osf shop on lb e no-tb^ade ef Bridie ttnetl.'tt'u •"• ing known aa the -Yellow'House." -»,.***¦ stanlly on bsnd, or will make to order r;» t*l*tV doraWe style) .tt.rticta.in hi. Ih«, *&. ****¦ cheapest. -Hit friends can bet supplied w'rUi " "* Fancy, WiAtfdtfiihd Common Chair* nfA* ' *^tes*t^; * ll|»4ik-itaii ii. Tikla Call and **e riie at my shop on Bridge-«nw -*i , will saordy y««that yon ean boy xesmoatmT^ 'M ' - N. B.—V-fcHo maaai Cucumber sndB«»-^ plank, wanted ill eiehsng* for* chair*. noiZ^1* «ern"* 7 JE8SPT»^^M*:• -Tow-md-M .d. «>, 1847. ^E T*Uo*-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 11 August 1847

' ^ CiAtmjrer FURjrsrrvttE ¦ IS/BAY BE HAD at our shop much, tower' than' it jLTJL ha* ever been sold hi Towanda. -Goods ar* cheap, and wheat am lowered, and lhat i» th* reason we can afford all for to do |t. All liiid* ef prvunee will be received in payment, AlsorLUMBERof all triad*. Sept. 1. ; , L.M. NYE is COj

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 11 August 1847

WILL he-kept, on hand a large assortment, and made to order on shorter notice and for less money than can be produced at any other esufoliihment in tbe land. Those who are under the necessity of procuring that article will and shall besaticfied. ¦ A good hearse and pall may be bad in attendance when desired. Seplamher 1,184*. , L. M. NYE & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 11 August 1847

PRINTS—S90 different styles, bought inlt".fi l,, New York; by the case, on the "*•**¦'* ""ffO. and wifl be sold kcordingfy. »AIRP* ^ lermgofi^BmdfvrilT R^W' **' * l -r ^^ ffB*1 Two djrllar^am! fifty cents per annuta: f'Stfr deducted if paid within the year ;> and for LA ¦ ally; in advaiice, Ojtk Doiasr «¦ ill be -l**'"'"^, M Sobscrtbeni nt liberty to discontinue at "f ntVcti paying «n'ear»oes*. Most-kinds' of Coc»T»r r „ recei^il in najment, at the market P'*e*l*>0f nrd* Advcrtisemi-nt*v not^eacrediog » «l ..njjrn* lines, inser ted for fifty cents ,* every subscqoen' r^ iweoiy-fivocent* A diacoiinrmatfe*e>jr*-w'J,a*^D<a.-Jon Primtisg, of every descriptroti, nesuj petiilioutily execnted on new and fashion^* -Z}^ Lcttertori babmess pertamrnE to the oftcel»»r. teej of iiosttrge, to -ensure attention. *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

The IritfDullifA Fragment. [From T»lt'» Mafatioe.) , . The room is darkened; not a sound U heard. y^i he clear, cheerful chirping of the bird ifbich sings wilfeMfthe window; or the bell Which sounds a mournful peal—a last farewell. tad she is (here, or toes; her spirit's home Lies far oey°>»d '*'» worU of sin •nd*'"fm-Heard the whispers of the parting breath, lod wiped herbrow and closed her eyes in death, % she was Jeamiful in health's bright time! foil of the ra^ftice of her goldon prime: ¦ Eves deep and full, and lips which spoke to bless, ind cheeks which blushed at their own loveliness, \nd earnest downcast glances part revealing The droughts which lay within, and part concealing. She knew no guile, and she feared no wrong. Who trust in innocence are greatly strong. b some deep stream, reflecting in its coarse The pure and limpid clearness of its source. So her chaste spirit, formed in God's own light, Fare as a southern sky, and not less bright, \ tender, loving ministr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

Cwnmmtlcmtlm. [For the Bradford Reporter.) •To (Use the *»<•«« that aevcr- thl»k«." j Sot right yet!. Jn the'" Erratum" to the Moun-i iin Lake celebration ode, it is as hard forthe author Tvro) to conceive any sense in "glaze the sconce," * it is in the other phrase, " gloss the source "—oless it means to put on spectacles or goggle* , or me other glasses ; forgUze means, according to y Webster, to. furnish with glass—end how "glaza» or 'posing " the sconce could be an object i'ih the '• erafty ponfican " is more than " Tyro " in conceive. Tyro declares that he wrote " gloze* %e Kcnce," wtetm&j'ace&rrling to the above quot-¦ i philologist, to flatter the sense, judgment ordiswion of the thoughtless. For " gloze " means to inter -. arid " sconce," though it means a candlewk that sustains or holds the light of the house, is ved in a vulgar sense and tt poetry, to represent >skull, or hat which sustains or holds the tight t the human body; viz:—the percept...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

Atrocities of a Spnnlsti Bobber. A noted Spanish brigand, some time fcgo, at Madrid, expiated on the scuffold the atrocities of his life. His histrbry, as it transpiried on hi*' trial, is sufficient to furnish the ground-work of a romantic tale, or melo-drama, according to the most approved fashion of the day, though its incidents are of tbemeselves wild and strange enough, even without the aid of any fiction. The-name of Beltraji Labrador had long spread Terror through the country near Madrid. He' was not contenMjrith the vulgar crim«s o£ robbery and murder, but took a fiend-like pleasure in putting his victims to the most horrible torture*. AIL jhe inventions of the the radians -who, under the name of chauffeurs, perpetrated such horrid cruelties in France during the Re volution,,were poor and common-place compared with his devices for protracting the agony of the wretches who fell inter his hand*. AWhp head 6f a band of follower* as ruthless as himself, he suddenly surprised the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

(Ana Headier'* " Washington and ku General*.''] Battle •rortaiutay. .Whfle Burgoyne was moving down through Lake thamplain, Barty St Leger, who had been despatched for that purpose, was- hastening up the St Lawrence and Lake Ontario to Oswego, from whence he had descended on Fort Schuyler, situated where Rome now stands. The British army from New York was to force out forts on the Hudson—Burgoyne those* on Champlain and Lake George—wjufe St Leger was to seize, Fort Schuyler and m^uch down the Mohawk and thus the three armies from a junction at Albany. The invasion was well planned and promised success, but it is one thing to beat an army and quite^ another to conquer the inhabitants. Though Schuyler had his hands full with Burgoyne, he did not leave Fort Schuyler to its fate. He called on the settlers of the Mohawk Valley (o rise in defence of their homes. At first a general apathy followed his proclamation ; and offended and anxious^he *rote bitterly of the want of patriotism among...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

'- TOWANDA; fttoufbog JBonuMQ, &agBtt IB, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

•^^r^^^^ s - ^Iva^fpv^ %&<vM<v. T««aiitla; Wt'tJiKsiliij. Aligns! 1^. hi/ DBJtOt'RATtf SOHIS1TIO.VS, ' run i;nvMtsnn. ¦' FRANCIS R. SHl'NK. C5" FO| CV*AL flV«MI**l6lHl, MORRIS LO^'GSTRETH, or >io»T':'>Mtrit fni-iTT.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

wamimimmmmmmggmmimmi The Dnty of Democrat*. Every man who claims to be'a Democrat, and desires to perpetiialejhe principles «f his creed,who loves his country ami her institutions, who would secure tlie blewings of freedom to posterity, is called upon, by every consideration of patriotism, juar lice and bt'nevoivnee, to prepare for the crinis apnrnaching. Tin' stntjmleMo t*o decided at the clec'uiii'in 'Vtobor is one involving niftfru.r* and principles viliil to the Democracy of Pennsylvaiu:-. N-i jirc\i.iu- eltviion has surpassed it i« iiiipuiiiim-c Tin- true character and objects of that part- ,'vili'c'i i- i o\ strivuia U> plaix- James Irvin in tin- i-M-c-utii l' r )i.ur»ol. llu- cuniiiionwcalth, arc i'io! mati'T.- nf ihcit spc.-ukiticiii or parti ziiif alle^a-¦uon. TIwx mv matter:- ol record. They .arc prr-M'Hteil I" the people in a tangible, auilientic mid itiili-r-u able r-hape. ui the proeee<linp» of the Fed-?r.:\ legislature of last winter, in their readiness t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

Knot from all Nation*. The Dlinois Shite Convention has fixed the Governor's salary at 81,250—rnade a vote of threefifths rfecessory to pass a bill after a veto, and gave to the tevernor the power of appointing the Secretary ;of-State.. Proft Morse has purchased 100 acres of rami a mile and a half south of Poughkeepise, on (he bank of the Hudsonr for {37,5110, w-here he proposes to establish liisarfcsidenee. The Professor s sparkling with the lighjuing has made him independently rich. 1 F i. ' The| Pope, in return for tlie bequest of O'Connell's lieart, lias ordered collections to be ma> c in all tlie churches under his control, for the starving Irish. Adams and Berien. two of the prisoners at Hartford, have been arrested and re-lodged in their former quarters. . "- Tlie American Lakes are supposed to contain U0(l cubic miles of water, more than one half of the fresh water on the globe. Pkk-uus?.—The Queen lias granted a pension ol £300 lo Father Mathew, £-200 to the widow of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

The Incapable*. If meliistqiy of this country teaches abyume lesson mow-forcibly than another, It'U. this; tfiot w< Federal party aire imcapa'bee o£admmrteriug Wgoretitment; At three different periodssiirce the foundation of the Constitution, they have seized the whole power of the government, atad on each of those occasions they have been driven frrtn office, covered with shame and ridicule. The1 measures of tlie elder Adams have now scarcely any open defenders. The administration of his son was the fruit of a gross'fraud upon the people, which earned it universal detestation before its commencement, lis light-house in the sky, and tlie splendid abortion of the Panama mission, mode all the world laugh at Federal folly: while the President's recommendation to the members of Congress not to be' " palsied by the will of their constituents,'' exposed it to simple contempt—a contempt agravated and increased by the known fact, that the same President was writing letters to the Ant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

toccki2E«ir«^th .finiarfat,. Hew. Y«urfc Market. . ¦ ,; ¦"• jSh. Friday August; 13mj jyB47.;i;: AiTije|5qut)narta3l-is improving in firmness, and thero wens again aTfew shippers in market? Gen* essee was held at £§, and'the market worked took »j^,9Cat which several lots were tolSS Strait sound Gerjeaaee sold at $5,75 and 5,81J and Oswego at $5,8 f J. There'prices show a Imie recbvery from the low prices, of the early part of the week. u The shippers took 2(H» bbbvGenesoee at*5^Ti deliveeed next week, and offered the same mce for 6000 bbls. more. The home enquiry isfair and rather, increasing. , The inquiry for Wheat is lair, and the market firnji to-day. A sale of 1500 bushels good Ohio miiedwas made at *t, 28; 1000 sacks New Orleans red) sold at Sl,25: 100O bushels Western red at private bargain,,and 3000-bushelsi new,.Southern, for milling, at SI, 18. Com is Vrilhout marked change, and firm. The aggregate *&des are 30,-000 to 75,000 bushels, including' 10,090 mixed, for al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

LIST OF JUROKS drawn lor September Urm and sessions, 1847. 6RAND JI'HIIIII. SrnithnVW—Joel J. Allen, E. W. Fanurworth ; Wells—Jehial Ayrrs. H. M. Ranney, J. M. Edsall; Culumbiu—CurtU Merrit ; Troy tp.—John Porter ; Monroe—J. B SniHa; Orwell—I.eVi Frisliiej - ) Wyaluning—Jacob P. Biles; Athens tp.—Abijah rVfead; Ridgbnry—John Burt, O. West; Warren—Noa 1 C. Kowen; Albanv—Dyer Ormsby, E. P.Allen, J a met Lee j Ulster—John M. Pike, David Waltman ; Rome—Henry D. Rockwell) . Canton—Irad Wilson ; Granville—Miner T. Porter; Sheshequin—Joseph S. Elliott; Wysox—M. H. Lannin.^. thiviui johoss—first win;. A them tp.i- O.Hel ickton, J .Toier, jr, J .L.N.Shcpard; Ridgbury—C. F. Wilson, Win. Easton, Wro.Ball; Towanda fp.-*-8amue! Stratum ; ' Rome—R.Sl-uble, I. P, Towner, Josiah Horton ; Pike—John Aj Codding, Perry Champion, E. CrandaH, John F. Boaworth; Asylum—John P. Brown ; Columbia—Edward Young; Smithfield—Horace Pierce, Levi L'. Beach; Warren—Nathan Voung ; Durell—A. V. Hurlbiit; Wyalusmg—Harr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

TRY* THEM. Th're is no risk run—no money thrown war—room cert iiir> of benefit. ONE WORD MORE. , Vhrn you have found that Wrixhl's Indian Vrj">- blel Pills are a " leello '* ihe. best medicine jm f" hesjrd of, stick to them ! Don't run afterem? opslat Remedy, which attempts to blaster itsdf into »* rie y. Above all BEWARE OP IMITATIONS of Wright's Indian Vegetable Pill*. Preww » « intoductton pf this medicine, fnJiin Pills »ere nr"* he. ird of ! Now what hosts of trie ro ! And »*oil wl at are they, but miserable iniii»>i'"» of_ ihe hip1" medicine, bo.more tike it than chalk 1* lik"<**'- Orie man advertises •¦Impro.ved" Indian VefrtiMeWTpis would be a capital joke, if ii were teas serins. I* wire of all«urh.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

MPtt~ CtfMMlXi'EES OF V-IGII.ANCE.—At a JSJkf ' metfiup nf the Dcihiicralic Standing Cenv mittee of Hradi'urd cmnriv. denvene'd in fhe through tifTewindn. en ihp-'Hh dny.of Angil-l. 1^47. pursiiam ui.rf'nce. Hie pc/soiis hrfeilljer'natmid «rre apiM,i8leS50imiuntU-«-'»«f Vigilance in llieir resp.eruve .IrcliiS distnri.s, n-iui>e duly i( will he to call a mot-1-inft.ef the Democratic electors in each of their several horniijrhs and town-lnp«. on Saiurd.iv. ilie 4i!i <if f*epieinber nest, lor (be purpose of tlceini? r«« persons to repre«eiil said electors in the Dcnincraiic Counjj-t'onveiitiinJ.' M be lield in the bnroush ol Towiiida,, nn Tuesday, the 1th day of September. 1847,for ihe purpose of nomiTiafuijrMiil.ible persons for candidates lo be supported at the comine general election : and for such'other purpose- as saiil Conventiou may derm conducive to the progros of Democratic principles. It is very desirable that full attendance f* given ill the primary meetings, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

Congressional Elections. -P.lections- have been held, within the present month in Kentucky. Tennessee.. Alabama. Indiana and South Carolina for members of ConjrreV?-. stifle Legislature &r. In the Iwo first also for Governor, and in Illinois and Virjrinia. to supply-vacancies.— We have but Tittle reliable information Ironi 'any of the states. The Federalists claim to have carried llieir Gov. iivTennessee, and we fear it is too true. From Alabama, not eiiousli has been received to prove any thtna. ll was'sironaly Democratic in the last Congress. Kentucky in the last Concrress was represented by 7 Federalists aiid .three Democrats. We have certain intt-llisence now of the election of four Democrats being ii ;r.iin of one. Four .Democratic Congressmen a cnod.feat for old Kentucky; In Indiana the Congressional delegation «ill si and. seven Democrats—three federal-. In the last Conejress. S Denirxrats, two Federals. Noth Carolina was represefiled m the last f onpresg, by sn-Democ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

Later from Mexico. - Riciixono, August 13 The Picayune and Delta ofthe 5th inst. contains intclijjcnce brought bi' the arrival lit New Orleans of the Steamer Ohio from Brayos. The 31a.ainor.is tlaj; slates that it had been rumored there fur a week that General Scott had reached the city of Mexico with a loss of three hundred men. and it now learns on gnod authority that positive intelligence had been received to that effect, but whether the light occured at Rio Frio or at the city itself, or what time Gen. Scott arrived there, are matters still uncertain. It was also asserted that Gen. Valencia had left 'San Luis fur the cipital with a larcre force, (inn Hupping received information that I'rrea was this sidcof the mountains with -1000 men. Gen. llopj pin'j immediately sent to Matamoras for a squadron | of dragoons, but only one company was sent him. Caravajal. with about 250 men. had been seen , i'j leagues beyond Matamora*. and had detained a ! large ntimlier of mules, loaded for t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

b/1 SUMNER. M.-D, DENTIST, 'TS now at the hotel of T. P. Woodruff, in To wen la, j -L where be will remain but two weeks. He will be ! pleased to wait upon all who/may wish his services. Towanda. August 5, 1817.

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