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

Obituary. Died, in Troy, on Sunday,the 24th ult.. Mrs. I.irni A., wife of A. D. Spalding, aged 24 years, 7 mo., and 2 days. ' Of the deceased, truly can if be said, " As a wife and mother she was affectionate—as a neighbor, kind and benevolent—as afriend, warm-hearted and true." Her religion, not restricted within the narrow and selfish bounds of creeds and partisan articles of faith, was Lote~'love to God and the whole humali race, and knew no distinction of sects or conditions. "Blessed arc they who die the death of the righleqa's." [Cox.

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

1^185^*5^1*^7^ (L^iSyjc^t infjityof "jjjj 41 anot% t k f flock of Chads ju,t «»,^, IS MOlrAS YES & CO'S £1™$** i ukkh havt&en carefully selected for the fafl j, rfiWS po«fc are invited to rill ,„d enriJ?*: J., atockfif Dry Good,, Groceries, H.M?* ** Crockery, Bbola A. Shoes, Hats it Caps, mi e""* «H in the line of staples, suited lo the wants of hy"'''1 ''' of couoUy,-.which b»vo been, pirchaatd eiclBstl?* Cash; and at the lowest ebb in; the market \f' ' our old frierida will not forget jo giro u, » -j, * S» can make it an object for loim to do to. * "• j Towanda, August 18, 1847, v I) BINTS, of every variety and MYlMurVj^-j--meatic now ojiening at wholesale and m i *" »" = » ,' MONTANYE-raT,,* FBlNUi a iHHUea^7«* t (alfkifir'ig-^ and ol iier trimmings for liJi,,' dreiesTZi r''•* bJL .018 MJONTanvr1 ;1 g"**, CvLO'l'Mk CASSlMEBEsl A^Es^Ti^-^ / lopeiior style ana Bniab, and at price,",,, ^Jj^ who wish I o purchase cheap. ""Qaaj _J^._ _ - M^Axy^Eg t ^ .

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

J - 3»2SW 0S-@©2)ffl& • UST RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLV «p DRY GOODS, \Vr , groceries; n codejsii mCKEREl ^ &c., &<•., which arc for sale very cheap at p, gi*,,," BERY'S flwelling house, np four stone auwJ * f-i m i™" . nil ATiihE's own REMEijyTlirSy^--BfifT FRIEN p'. It i. conBdenil, J^t there i>E<c« «n a medicinerwlmb baagrnaj-j, form and I universal salisfaelion, as ¦*««• WBldHT*S INDIAN ViEGETABLE pnjj. They Ifave stood ibe severest tnals, bj curraT^L. all other Remedies failed, anil have esublu|„j , J* tioo in lh» face of the envious ulaodert which bateb»v raised agkinal Ihcoij. ^ SPRIJNU.SUMMJSR. FALL AM) WiyfTEB, ! Each prdduce, by their variations of temrjenim. ~ ' ~urel

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

ii.. _»- .._.. .¦.. i i._i.. ^.. . -»<». liar effects upon the bo man body. The lies) ei»i»j, und the iold couiracU tte volume of the aieuhrrJD»rl' id, and *hen cnanjies take place spAj.-nW, the rtitu are ottrnjarriou*. Wrighl'ajndian Vegetable Paisesn • teract the evil influence of sadden chanjes, by agri)'.^! ihe blood, and keeping the stomucn end rnwth isi »j^ r»l and bealrhful condition.-! ^^ ! EftR FEVER AND AGL'E. That sc^rarge of the West. , W right's India) VerUabie Pills slajnd unrivalled. An^instancehm rletei notu our knofsbidge of these Pilla having been token, inlaiHit effeciini a conipletc cure. In ChilU andFeverthefor and biljarrfunctions are chieily disordereil,topt/jnlj. ced by ireat physical debility. Whf» ibe «yoaten Critt api far, do time shmrfli be lost be(ore resonin; uj these P 11«, A few doses will e;;v<;sucb axiiifat reljrf lliaino jersuaaion will be ncces-nrv W cominae lie L of them.. !

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

FOR JALNfilCE. - - W riyi.l'* Indian Vegetable Pills are enoidlj well adapted tojihe remuvol ol ilu« eoni|.lainL As diev oprniu uponlihe one general and uniform principle, of daniinr; ll>.»loiujiii .ii. 1 Lowe!-.. |.uriiying llic blood, inj reeiit\(ing the s,lTet "hs. liny remove the cause ofJuadice. an.! ../'.-tl! ,-!.Vr (.'.sorJe'-s. (.'KEAT FEMALE MEDJCLVE! It r nu|.l be ,!:fli uli pnrr-vly t.i tell lo which of lbs Iwo sihes Wn^l.t's Indian \'egelable Pills hare been t'-.e.srj ales', hiei-siu?. Suv it in very certain that thou Vills 1 ave uiv.-ii lu-tthh, a-nj spirit*, and a good cdmrileii.ii. 11 UunJrt-..U ol tVmales, wbo would, vrilhout theja. luve tieen in their graves. A boi of Wrights fntfian A:ese il'l.- I'i.I.s i* an incs'.imdble medical companion at certa n 'periods. HEADACHE. GIDDINESS, ic.

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

FOR DYSPEPSIA. Wrighi's Jiidian Vegetable Pills nil) be found ttrf sup< rior. In this disease, ihe gn»lrk juice U weak toil defi.-i.-i t in qua! ly. Conscqei -oily.'lbe digeslioa mmperl«-ct and the health impaired. These ^ilia moots the bib from the stomach, restore its tone, and iniproie the dljc-tiou. -^

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

The presence of pain in any part, indicates I corrupt stiile of ihe blo'^l. w.hirh naluie fs snivirig lo correct A fe» ihses of Wn-lit'i Indian Vegetable Pill« Ukrt on gnng to lied will be certain to give rebel', if ihe thiD; tea all possible. YALI'ABLE AN f'1-BII.IOl'S MEDICISE! Tihe «en*aliorji< arcompa'nyrrtg liver complainl air ol the nost wretched description. Ihlmunl dronknuiea is fr (juenily brought on by liver complaint. A punt suff ring f-otn this disense. should not be mocked with pret ?nded cures -. yet ihere are very medicines thai ire worth a Uraw in the removal of th's complaint. Calfmel has hi hctio becji ihe chief reliance, hul the rjnndy lias proved itself worse itun ihe iJueue! VThal then ?hall be. done 1 We .'ay. give Wrigbl'i Wat! Veje'able Pills a trial. If they do-not eiceed tooriJpec ationa, we are wilhng to bear all the oppftrbrwai« fad ire- And we say lo all

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

, BUt OFTHE RE^I'LAR AGE.XTS. There Minocafctv efacwliere. Theconnirr^^ iftp; with counterfeiters, bolh of money and «f v*"* 3* But which is worst! Is not the comterfattt« • * cine but little heller than a robber uwt a murderer Buy of the regular agents onlv, we -av n*jln- ¦_ - Agents in Bradford countv—MonlanvM * U,' wanda; A.H. Gnvlord. Canion ; S. vv-4ft w. merov, Troy ; Coryell & Gee. E-ist Burill'5! lffl; Tn«' Gibson, Ulster; L. S. Ellsworil). Athens: «<>' ™! Milan; U.Moody & Co., Fienehron-n; D"°"lfT Hornbrook ; J. C. Adams, Rammerwl.) ctni] ^ Batbbone, Canton r W. CampU'll, »iteAnp»>'-t Warford, Mcnroeton. ^—~/-

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

" God made ihe world for mc, fur ibc 'f *, "D ESOLVED, iw the National Kelorm A"**?,) JA Mountain Lake, July If. IS47, Tint *°»w ptjblished-in the Bradford county papers. callrW ^ lonteer comributinns to a Tract and l"'c'or' thbrsing Henry Ephrram J.each'to collect *|j^t (Therefore, all coiilributions paid over l0''"' ^ Agent,- Messrs. James Wilcox or Charles B. » ^ Treasurer., will be thankfully received, anil <U»J ir~ 10 the farthering ihe following measures: ^ 1st. An investigation of land tiiles :n Y ^J^* from the first known transfer up to ibe d"* °ff ^ vestigaii.n), and- the some recorded in the a""1. in said lands are located. ^ at 2d. To pass a law, securing to sciucra w»M<- , those who purchase improyeincnis ot 5C '*(,«»» pctisation therefor, before writs of rj,.ctmw< f tained against them. W^ 8d. To lax all lafids»,own«l over 440 •"'^ i viduals or companies, lr*>l) 5' r«r acre, 1*' be applied in paying the slate debt. . Done at Burlington, Brad....

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

ftlisceUaneons ^Adrjertisements. ^"^^ KEGISTER'S NOTICES. NOTICE i» hereby given to all persons interested, that Gabriel King and Solomon C. Kroner, exccoton of the estate of Asa Kinner. deceased, '. late of Rome township; and Benjamin Buffington, administrator of the estate of Preserved_Buffiiigton. deceased, late of Warren township; and George . W. Shattuck, administrator of the _ estate of ' Shnbel Mayiiard, deceased, late iof Troy township ; and Elibu Case and "A. D. Spalding, administrator* of the estate of - t 'liauncey Morse, deceased, late of Troy township ; and John B. Parcel and A.C. sieott, administrators of the estate of Nicholas Parcel, deceased, late of Ridgbury township; and William H. Overtop, ,Urviving administrator of the estate of William B. Swain, deceased,' |,le of Athens township; and David Palmer and H.D. Freeman, administrator? of the estate of H. H Ward{ deceased, Utc of Troy township; and David Brewer, surviving administrator of the estate of. Aroine Clark,...

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

TjrHEREAS,.my wife, LAYINA DUNN, has left 'W my bed'and board,' without any just cause-or provjciiion. this is hereby to caution an*y pcrson-froin harboring or trusting her on my account, as I will pay qj debt* or demands of her contracting^- Rome. Aug. 2, f847. ^ PATRICK DL'NN. SI'RAYED OR STOLEN, " FROM llie enclosure of ihe i-ubsciihc'r on the t.ight ofthe 2Dth of July, ult'.. TWO.BAY HORSES 4 years old.-with black manes and tails. One -without shoe?, high-life and a good traveler, but not broke to tide. The one with shoes, has the off hind foot white. Wells, Aug. 2.1847. MARTIN FRIES. .L^s&m^n^s- iV'i? Ufl'aL^' OITK.'E lover the siore of E.T. For, No. 2, Brick Row. Towards, July 28, 1847. . II.WlL?«OT. "s- o. A.GROW.

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

ORPHANS COUK I SALE. IV pursuance of :m order of.the Orphan's Court of Bradford -county. Vld. at Towards 6H the tenth day of Mav 1817, wfli l>e 'exposed lo sale by public lemTue or outq'ry, en the prcii.i-i?. on Tuej^sy ihe ? lib day of August u>M, at I o'clock P. M-, the pillowing described lot nl I in;! -itu ilc in t'ictownshipjsoiiTroy, and bounded as foljnns : .\'..ilh b\ 1 ind of — Ward, east by lands of Jarnes Dewitt, somh by land of Wm. Morrison, and west [>v the Itighuav leading fromt-Gr'anvdle to Troy, <'ori<-ttinH£ one hundred acres or-ihereiSiau, berng land ol which Wm. Knox, deceased, lale ,i' Tr.-v Mwn-liip. d-icd.smed. Terms made known'on rie. d «•• .r. ,-..lc. . - CHUI.ES DRAKE, : if A.-MORRISON, Jtily "ifi, t* IS. • ' e- v Ad's ef W in. Knox, dee'd. • Tbis Ji'cft/ for Bargains. I)\K vlVv-". Nr.N sijuies' AXD SI.'MMER i r ff -I't'6, sWIn'ir at o-~t. »•. ¦ ' FOX'S'.

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

ORPHAN'S -COURT SALE. 1. V (iiirsiiinee of an or l.-r if the Orphan's Court of U.jill'./d countv, li.-iJ orji'-ort-anda., in and for said • -o'uiiiv. <m ihe. I tih.,lay f.f May, A. D. 1847,. will he <.wio*d in srV- Wj 4/di-hc <¦ ndoc or outcry on the premi'wvii Wediiesilaj' the 28th day of July', A. D. 1847, a*. I o'clock P- M., llic following piece ef land situate wi die township cif Springfield, bounded ncrth by the -jliiiiy road leading Jrorn Troy to Tioga Point, aud by '•ml,.if Si-lvi-sier Lrmmil. eai.1 by lacds of Oliver Gates •ml I j ii '.< nt l*<iil r*iieiiiway. south Iry lands of Suiphtyi Uii«. nuJ tn bv lands of Daniel Bartlelt and i. W. Jlen-ur and 'Uri.ls of Lemuel Faulkoer. Containing one bun.Ir<'il acres'" or theiialiouls-. with aiwo story irj.n.^1 rf-.ii-riu^ house,,! framed ham and olber out biuaes ceoreuD erected, i.nd an orchard thoreon. 1'he .iinc wt l ¦„¦ sold-.i-s ihe [Mnpertyof'Benjuran M'Ailee ic Vi.—IV; unmade known on...

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

New Arrival of Goods, by Express! B. KINGSBERY. HAS just received from New York, a beautiful assortment of Lawns, Ginghams, Bonnetls, Palm Leaf Halls, dhc-ifcc., which will be sold very cheap.— Also Caps and Para-olr and a variety of other goods. Call and seis the reduction from last spring's prices, and if vou should want any thing in the way of New iGoodf. ' you will be sure to buy, April 28,1847. First Arrival of Goods from New York-Burton K,ln&sbertj, ' r IS now receiving a general assortment of Spring and Summer Cood., which will be sold cheaper thai, goods were ever offered in this placo before. His friends will find as they mount the steps at his door thai prices go down. Call and chrome for yourselves.-My goods and prices will praise themselves. You wil find \ l.i ge and. general assortment of every „„eiy o( jY ry- G.il«. CJroceri .. Hardware Crockery. Glass. N.ils Iron.Steel.Paints. Oils, Dye Stuff,, Boot-, Shoes. Hals. Cap.. Codfish. Mackerel, &c, &...

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

filettf)onbi?f, &f. wgtmj^ 1 * E. T. POX, TAKES this method of informing ever; person who wants to purchase GOODS, that be has-opened an entire stock of NEW GOODS'in No. 2, Brick Row, formerly occupied by C. A E. Reed, one door below the Post Office, where be would be happy lo show any one bis stock who will favor him with a call; u be is deterruinedstrol to be undersold by any one in this or any other Town this aide of New York. My stock is very large- consisting of , Dry (foods, , Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, Boots If Shoes, tic. A large assortment of Dress Goody Such as Scotch and Linen Ginghams, Gtng- ¦ ham Muslins, Printed and Argandie do., Oregon Plaids, Chambrays and Lama cloths. Also, A great variety of French, English And American cloths, Cassimeres, vestings, Croton Cloth. Tweeds and Summer Stirffc. $e.lrx.$c. > Don't fail to call, as I will sell for the Ready Rhino a little less than any other live man. Towanda, June 1, 1847.

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

» -cm. s: Tm rmr m. g- • aiasia^ 0, &{L3.asro RESPECTFULLY informs the citiierls of Towanda, and the public generally that he is prepared lo execute in the neatest sty le all descriptions of House. Sign, Coach or Carriage Painting, or Trimming } and every variety of Fancy and Ornamental Painting. From his long experience and the many specimens of bis productions now in use, be- entertains a flattering hope that by close application to hia profession, and being prompt to order he may secure a suitable share of public patronage. He may he found at all times at the Chair Factory of Tomkins & Makinson, where he will be on band lo attend lo the calls nf those who may want his serv ces. PAPER-HANGING done on short notice, in a superior manner and reasonable terms. Towanda, July 6, 1847. . Iy4

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

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office at Athens, Pa., quarter ending June 30, 1747. Abbott C Molt AWah Andrews C. P, Mills Jane Aldrich John 0 Murray L 8 Arnold O McDole John Brion Nancy Merchant M G Brooks Peter< NorburyTS Buck Joseph 3 Mallery Henry Brown Artemaa Palmer John Bowman A Bayj»»nJ ,E1, .»,r' Chapman CD 2 Relfield James S Caramel H 8mith ?,?„ CartingionJY StewanJ B M r Drake Francis Bhllp T I Dorphy Lyman Snyder Mary A Dilden Robert Swartwood Geo K Edwads A Furman. Nicholto Fabron Jjimes Tracy E 8 Gardner L A Wilcox Eltaha -Hyatt elder LB Weaver Jaa fWkin. A WestWm ' Hyatl*M R Mrs. Wonley Wm Jackson Sophia Welkins Mary CrumelderS Warren Wm Kniekerhacker Adelia York Lavina _ Livingston L C. H. BERRICK.P.M.

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

Fir^ lot of New Goods Towanda. \/TONTANYES' ic CO. are receiving a large and lVl genera] assortment of Spring and Summer Good* which will be disposed of at wholesale or retail at.reluced prices. April 20, 1847. LADIES can find a supetlor assortment of DRESS GOODS &. CLOAKINGS, at MERCUR'S.

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

&cttt}tulttft, Set. ^ . sfiew iFJEEsa. Thomas Elliot & ~ N. C. Tomkins, HAVING aaeoeUted themselves together in [the Mercantfle buainesa, hope by close application and strict attention to business, lo merit a share of publie patronage. They may always be found ready to attend lo any person who wishes accomodations in their line. They will occupy the old stand of Elliott & Mercur, and as it has just been enlarged and made mote spaciboa and convenient, customers will find it very pleasant to do business in. ELLIOTT & TOM KINS. May 27, 1847.

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

New Spring and Summer Goods. ' S. y. BETTS, IS now opening a new and splendid assortment of staple and fancy goods at his store, (situate on Main street two doors below Bridge street (west side) nearly opposite Montanye's eV Co.) embracing all articles generally kept in the country, such as Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Glassjtrore. Hardware. Xails. Iron, all the i varieties of Steel, Glass, Pninls | Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil .yc. Which be offers ta purchasers at unusual low prices for Cash, Produce, or approved credit. And would respectfully invite all who wish to purchase to call and examine .bis goods and prices before purchasing elsewbero, aa be ia confident he can offer good bargains. June 1. 1847.

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