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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

THE Ladies do say that- the largest and prettiest ; assortment of Dress Goods, Ribbon*. Psmol*, ! Glove* Hosiery, dec in town, is to be found st FOX'S, j Call and see them, as they are celling from 10 to 25 vpercenX cheaper than at any other Store in town at1 j June 1. NO. 8, B. R. . Of\Ci ^lECES'Calicoea, the pretucst in town, sel- /&\J\J ling from S to 15 cents per yard sf jnne I. NO. g, B. R. SAVINGS BANK! NEW OFFICERS MLECTED. AT an annual meeting of the 'director* uf the " Tow*nd* Saving* Bank," C. 4 E. REED were ; elected in plac* of G. E. Flynt Sc Co., whose term expired Msy 1st, 1847. It is the intention of tbe new Cashiers dr. Co, to sustain the credit of the institution < by " putting goods low down " lo pay up customer*.—' We therefore invite our old customer* and the public generally lo call and examine our stork of New and-Cbeap Goods, just received, snd convince themselves j of the truth of the old adage, that " Goods have, can, and shall be sold cheapei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. A FFWIwnured pouuda BUCKWHEAT FLOtJR in SO lb. sacks, a superior article, just received and for sale by Feb. tt. O. D. BARTLETT. HAMES AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS. JUST received a targe quantity of Fine and Common Hames. Also, Plated and Japan'd Hanress Trimming* st Feb; S3. MERCUR'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

So &> W£ffiff©ffii£>s HAS just received the Isrgest assortment of NEW GOODS ever brought info Bradford cov, which he offers In exchange for ' CASH, LUMBER, or PRdDVCB.' Monroeton, May 10, 1847. ' THE FIRM of E. Smith ck Son is this day dissolved by mutual consent. AU accounts, dri., due tbe firmmust be immediately paid. E. SMITH. Towanda, May IS, 1847. C T. SMITH.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

^5os>S^lS^shch8& W-ttMtjstslsittiHv, j Wtye!?a>linsifr; ipHOraAHDB aftium ^nms&mtm&m^i, a7fJ!^ v.t! "'*_',L*n** Bas*!fia iBSfsllp. •r***««»dBndg«*<reeU1 0'H« s*»w*T*lWi tssisisee, and these sre lbs things ws ski b wiDk ! ¦^^H^gw^ Seventy-eleven tiewfttshwms |^^L_9|^^^' fvery two seconds I ¦ H^^HB Put m tht Steam!! ^^*^b^b*sb*hssBb*bbI Hear ys 1 hear ye-! and hnderstand, that O'Hara, at Oa corner of Main and Brkls^ streets, win saB at retail thta sssaoa. 3«,781 (win of Boots, tShoeasjkdBrsiasw, •Vj*" P*1 ? «•?- "" "*• « pnbsU y ever wall he «* ssmor agam ja TosrandsV j TU Ladies' Department in this niwlintnaiiiil i* nohhr fwaisbad with fashion*. Lsdiea^ maassTand chsstiwa stacy and common boots sad *hees,eVeai to tboe^tfssjkity of the latest (aabkms. Mistake aot the ptee-Corner of Msin sad Bridge streets, ths snh, Hot Store ra Bradford County. Half cash aad half trade for Butter. h. O'HAB* Towanda, June !* 1847. ****'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

^im^Vt^M^m^a^MW J?ffcromrly undei tbeearsof D. Mead, cnmauarmils Founb Yntuoas under the, riiiorsWpofJ.T ^ ^Iej, saUMKof-Napokoq an* hi*««$fe;£Washhitfaj, ai^Ms£eiteraI*,^I*t^ We JMxard.nolbinr in say»1 tbst this MijigsxiM Ja^ned to Alls large piece m.^blke^»*t»n; tbsth wiUttot only maintain its present envisble repolslion, but earn toilsctfs-ter higher popularity, audtareome lite earnpaoiooef auny a circle 10 which it is now a stranger, gt*U*ai*rg by its presence, whil* it exerts an influence pure, *levsling snd heshlrfflU Tbe edUor will bend hU energies lo mske ibis the most popular Msgatine.of the day, snd while availing himself of assistance from lbs best writers; be will draw freely from his own rxbaustless store. f It will continue to maintain its high moral tone, and nothing will be admittedinto its .column* which will minister tp the corrupt p***ioue snd lendeocUs of youth, or whiclf Ihe author - dying would with to. blot." ' * 'Tbe design is to ones the public a, Magazine c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

SIHMES '-ASSTtD <B^S'J&L&0& -iVrwias '*" ^ subscriber* still continue fl|^TIr*t0 manufacture and keep on hand jHy-^Jw st tbeir old staiiil. all kit da of cane iS*^j}] «nd wood seat CHAIRS; also ^—-yassjjL jH SETTEES of various kind*, and ^FfTisBr ' BEDSTEADS of every descrip-^^^JgrByl ^tion, which we will sell low for 1 jl \\» cSsh or Produce, or White Pine ' J*~ If ^*""% lumber, White wo id, B«s* wood, *§**•»¦¦'" ^^ or Cucumber cl sir plank, or 4 by 4 Scantling 13 feet long—either Bultotiw.ond,Basswood or Maple, will also be received for our work. Turning done to order in the neatest manner. TOMKINS & MACKlNSoN. Towanda. Feb. 22, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

SHEPHERD'S MEDiCNVES. , cosRis-rrxo or j Yrrmifngr, Sarsaparilla, fon«h Candy, (id Few r ¦ and Ague Pllli. \ j OF THE VERMIFUGE, nothing more need ueseip . thin, what is said in tbe following certificates of tei dent* of. Luzerne county: 'I 8,1**. May 17, 1847. J I used Shepherd's Vermifuge for two of my children. , It operated well,'and expelled a quan'ity of worms. I j cau recommend it a* a valuable medicine. j Isaac Cobtsioht. Tows Hill, Jan. SO, 1847.--John Koons, Lsq.— ; Dear Sir—You will please send me four bottle* more of ; Shepherd'* Vermifuge. The three bottle* purchased- of i you a short time ago have been used with the happiest effect*. They were given to three of my children—in one j case 65 worm* were expelled, in another 164, and in the j last 67. I am anxious, to give the rest of my family the benefits.of this medicine, snd therefore order a* above. ! This is decidedly the best article for destroying worm* that has ever been in this part of the country. I hire tried O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

H 8.4M.C, MERCUR, hsve removed their * GOODS to the Store formerly occupied by H. Mix dc Sous, north aide of the public square, where they, are prepared to supply their customers as heretofore. Towanda, March 17, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

^IT-^sk t% .^^A^^^^Kt^^^Ets^tft ^^^^Z^sl^s^^^m^^^mms^s^sss^s^s^ •rioft'tbe cure «r T 4*Wi& ' i&& j£& iT "tftargs ormstftr frc« thjjesrs.r. Al«» sll those oV •greesble sounds, like ibe.l^ng'ofrKsWs , Wlmrof water, whizzing of steam, "dec, oicVf which aretyMplorn* of approaching de^nea» ,s»d also t^merartystle tfdsnt with the disease.' Many persons who have been deif for ten, fifteen, sftdeven twenty years, am*ii«re obliged to' use ear trumpets, have, after using one" or two bottle* , thrown sside their irumpelM^ba agmndeyetbei ly ,welL Physician* sod Surgeons highly recommend its use. Tbe very great number of happy results that have followed the use of SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC OIL, hsve been truly astonishing. And what is wonderful, some who were deaf from birth, have been so much improved ss to bear common conversation very readily. It would be the height of presumption to warrant s cure in all case*, but in nine esse* out of ten of recent date, there i* a c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

^^^^^^S^^ NEW ESTABLISHMENT ¦^i^dj^^r' L'JInV lWB *-CO; ssewttrw ^^HESaSSfpr^ll y inform ths chttaus ofTow-VB^^^S^Qsods and the puUicgeaersIly, that djHBRBralnltthey have on bssd^k msasisctar ¦HsWtllnmlHto "der all kind*sof UABINEFT | 9W^H(|| FURNITURE, of the bast msts-I^^^^^^T^nrisls, snd workmsnshiptbatcsunot E-Ji .4 . .J*.., Ibesurpessed, insdditmsl*>th>u» assortment in country shops, we wul'i^s^fctd.Sud mske to order SOFAS, of vsriousind asos* ss^pnrrsd pattern*; Sols Rocking Chsirs, upboMertd ia superior style, snd for esse snd durability cannot be snr | isswd even in our large cities. Also, tbe hslf French: Mahogany Chsir, beautifully upholstered, with curled hair, which never loaea its elasticity, and finished with the be** bsir seating; We flatter ourselves that having had much experience in the buai*s»ss , W"e sh«ll, k* sble to satisty sH who may feel dttpaseJ' to csU, both ss to quality and price, snd by strict attenlMn to. business bopetometitand receive th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

'" ' ¦ '/• '*>'• Tfcs tittle Ksrles. .~-1_!i ¦ Rgnmtarai. '¦> ST CBAkLIS XaCXUT. ':' When grasping tyranny oAVads I . Or.attgry bigots frown Wheh rulers plot fofselnsh ends, r To keep the people-down; When statesmen form unholy league i To drive the world to war; When knaves in palaces intrigue For ribbons or a itar: . We raise oar heads, survey their deeds , And cheerily reply—Grub, little mala, grub under ground-; There's sunshine in the sky. When canting hypocrites combine To curb a free man's tboogbt, And bold alf doctrine Undivine . Thai holds their canting nought; When round their narrow pale they plod. And scornfully assume J. . Thai all without are cursed of God, And justify the doom; We think of Heaven's eternal love. And strong in hope reply— r Grub, little mala, grub underground,- t There's sunshine in flic sky. i - [ -^ When preedy (authors wield the pen . To please the vulgar town— . Depict great thieves as injured men An4 heroes of renown ; -; Pander,lo p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

[I rom ihe Ocmva Qnzettr ) The Potato., This plant, so highly esteemed by-the generality of mankind, and of tbe first importance as an article of food for tho poorer classes, is evidently and rapidly advancing to its final extinction in this country. ¦ ' We can hardly conceive of a greater calamity lo the people of this country than the .utter destruction of the potato. We have once bejwi. visited by a total failure of the wheal crop in many sections of our country, -when wheat was imported for domestic use from Europe. Suppose a more extensive failure of the wheat crop to happen again, an occurrence which we are not by any means secure against, and suppose the total extinction of the potato at the same time, who will undertake lo calculate the inconvenience that would ensue to the people of this country ? AU people look with fearful .^apprehenson to tbe sad event. THe plant is beset by a disease which admits of no cure, it is a lingering, flattering malady,* like consumtion in the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

TtUnsr< srHlcli we Want. We want stronger tudbcement to agricultural laboiT, llirongh our public authoriticc, by means of a liberal policy of patronage, in the bounties and rewards ; and we want stronger guarantee for recompense, iuMhe establishment of a better eystein of practice. , We want more public. and less party spirit; more devotedness to the Sttat, and the interest of the people at loiye, and less local interest, individual cupidity, and personal' aggrandizement. We want more stitjiulus to individual effort, and less to jotjnt stock companies. Men will be guilty ot acts ofitnjusticb and oppression, in a corporate capacitv, ;whicu they will be ashamed to commit on their own individual responsibitj-. ¦ In the one case they do but share,and they general by contrive to shift upon others-the odium of a bad act.. But, alone .they have no subterfuge, no excuse. We want, for boys, who are designed to till the earth, scientific and industrious schools, that they ritay acquire...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

ENTIRELY HARMLESS* j and prepared as they are here, one of the greatest mtdicrff vperatha in the inhsbiubfes globe. By ' taking these BiTTxas, the serofuluus may oe restored to beauty, and avoid the sharp knife or the surgeon ; fur they not only eradicate pimple* and tumors, but overcome f CANCER AND KING'S EVlD^'r -Whoever w subjected to the horrors of Consumption, should at once purchase this sure remedy. In theorain nf (Jostivenes* follow dreadful foeof congestions, oftenlimes insanity, very frequently maniaior hypochondria* violrnt headache*,palpitations, and other anectiona of the heart and rheumatic swellings. Pr. Wood's Compound is one of the most efficient medicine* in rooting the complaints, snd their fountain head, that tsn possibly be procured. From being confined in close rooms, and from tailing a small modicum of exercise, numerous person* daily are made to deplore a loss of appetitcpaiafulheadachc , Wtaknut of ibe muscles, languor, want of energy sufficient to permit t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

LIVER COMPLAINTS, in every shape, and ofevery affection, minor or gigantic, of the biliary apparatus, Individual* who are constitu tionally billions ought regularly to take this mild agreeable and excellent tosic ixd imttvr, as it will diffuse health throughout eveiy fibre of the frame, and •end happines* and love of life thrilling to the heart. Families ought tnjkeep it on,-Juatd. x Every medicine cheat on board of ship should also be well stocked with this capital remedy, a* SCURVY cannot afflict those who take it, or long resist its vigor, ou*. ssaauli*. All inreimn or tux slood vanish before it, snd the old relics of earlier imprudence fnvarisbly disappear, soon after being submitted to its action. Every complaint ofthe stomach i* broken by it. Tax BiTTxa* have in no instance failed of curing j*cxdick, oistBii nsaiLiTX every disorganization of THE BLERVOUS SYSTEM. By neglecting Ihe little inroad* made upon the latter a vast portion of our fellow being* are rendered'extremely mis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

THE GRJBFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS and the Green Mountain Vegetable Ointment, for sals by the subscriber, only- agent for the town and borough of Towanda. d23 . N.N. BETTS. L ^ ADIES! I SAY, LADIES!! If you have ~ made up your mind* to buy a nice dress, cloak or shawl this season, don't fail to c*tl at No. 3, Brick Row, where yon can Sod tbe most, best and cheapest articles in that line, that is kept in town, (besides all kinds of trimmings. Remember, csll st nvll BAIRD'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

CJLBtJTBT FVKJTITVBJE MA Y BE HAD st our shop much lower than it ha* ever .been sold in To wand*. Good* * are cheap, and wheat am lowered, and that is thersison we cau afford ill for to do it. All kind* 0< produce will be leceived in payment. Also, LUMBERof sH kSatf Sept. I. i L. M. NYE *> CtiC *r*r*Jj0liiL be kept on hand a largo- assortment, sod . ,wJf [made to order on shorter notice and for less money than cad be produced at »nV other establiahmenl in the land. - Those who are. under tbe necessity of'procuring tbst srticle will and shall be satisfied. A^good hearse sod pall may be hsd ia attendance wheo desired. September 1. 1845. L. M. NYE & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

TEN THOUSAND PERSONS THAT HAVE USED DR-IUPHAM*S ELECTUARY fur the PILES, CHRONIC.DY8ENTARY, INFLAMMATORY DISEASES AND SEVERE U'OSTIVENESS, have given tbeir certificate* of cures mads by its use, when all other remedies have failed, and the proprietors are now prepared to offer 3 ._ ONE HUNDRED DOLLATS to'*ny person* sffiicted with Piles, and all disease* of a sjoiilsr nature, or which are found in conjunction with IhS'Piles, if a cure is not afieclcdbj tbe use of f DR. WHAM'S VEGETABLE ELECTUARY. "' t is an Iste.ssal Rxxanr, not an external application, and will cure any case of Pile*, either bleeding pr blind, intern*! or extern*!, and the only thing that wilL There is no mistake about it. It is a positive cure, speedy and permanent. It is also a convenient medicine to take, and improve the general health in a remarkable manner. It is very mild in its opperaiiona, and may be taken in case* of the most acute inflammation, without danger. All external applications are in the highest ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

No. 1., Brick Bow, again in the Field »*. .*. Chatnherlin, CC»fr ^ TTASjustrctumedframtaeejty j£2C ,-M- of New York with a large 8/^fTlrS^^*^ roPP'y of Watches, Jewelry and Wr*\. 'jKtV' Silver ware, comprising in part, l\ l ^Lsfls* 'k* fo"ow'Dff articles .-—Lever, AarvC* - J vJssHf L'Epineand Plain Watches, with ^^j^2$ j£JmmKp a complete assortment' of Gold ^^^^^^*^^^ ^^ Jewelry, such aa Ear Rings, Finger Rinxs, Breast Pins, Bracelets, Lockets, Gold chains; Gold Pens, Keys, etc Also, all sorts of Silverware, and any quantity of Steel Beads—all of which he ofler* for sale exceeedingly cheap for CASH. Watches repaired on short notice, and warranted to run well, or the money will be refunded, snd a written agreement given to that effect if required. N. B.—MAPLE SUGAR, snd Country Produce taken in payment for work; snd al*>. learn notg, and forever , that the Produce must be paid when the teoritE » done—I war against credit in all it* forms. W. A. CHAMBERLIN, Agent. Towanda, Apri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 25 August 1847

aSratSi^^ CORNING and 8Uf?AXb7fcr iCJSS^ of Emigrants and Families, mainmMsm LuSe^ cililie* not hemtfbn offered V»-tS1b tSSS^S *ectioD,of New Y«*. Pei»«*7l»a 1i«_^M : ** 4i* Tbe Boat* of this Line are of tUnRfrPri.^ fitted and fumuhsd with all the^vtS^T^ eommodstioa of RACKETS, eouunu.dedb?™ ^'*- ed Captains, and towed by relays o/Hoj»«L^'**e> BOAT ROME, C.pt. H. W ^THOMpW - TEMPEST ;C»*A&.£»u£"' During the «*asoii of 1847, one of the shoV. u^ wUI leave Corning and Elmira ever* weekiri rtJ, lowing order;. - ¦ i- *• "* CoBsi»o,every«Mondaj.evciu'nt,at 6 o'clock? u ELwraA.ever, Monday freajng, u 6o-cS p*•, , To-mgdowa Sense. LaW every n«mfa,L!! in«rtooeblJi» at Big ttreanVLodi , and DiSL^Wk ' leaving Boffin, for fearing and EUrura, evervTj1 ^ day-morniag. ^ "7 Wedae*. FORFREIGHT OR PASSACE.apph- ,0Cm - onBosrd, orto . •ffJloyVm Wm.Mallory, Corning. 8. B. Strang * Co. .r&w,. Wintermule * Tuttte, Abroad, . , . , A.jNssh, Havana. , L.G. TowQsejsd,'i3iV Stream. Wood...

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