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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

fkM AY BE HAD at aw aSaa awJj team taam h iTJal saia aver swan aald ia TesMaala. Oeeda ara eaaap, aad wheat am tewmas\aa« thatia taWTaaaaaj wa canafiMdaUlbraa dah. AH Uami it aradaca «riH at reeelvad to payaaaat Aa>%s LUMBfe* of ail tiaata Sept. 1. L.M. NTOCO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

saA.msa3a jfAogomsr, ' A* TwaWillatia. ! HM. BAKES laapacu-aUy.inlarma tasrpabKe that . ha haa eaaxnxencad tha GRA VfrflmONK bastneaa, in all ha bnorhea, at Toaraada, arbara ba wiU be ready at all time* to attend to all call* ia hat una. Monument*, Totnthtttblei, Grdet-itonet, of every dettriptbn. Ire., fc. made to order, aad/oniisbed aa cheap aa WORK and MARBLE of the aaaa* qaafify can ha obtained at any shop In tbe country. He invite* tha panne to call and examine hi* work and materials, hoping to merit their patronage by strict attention to beaiiaaaj, and by amerior workmamhip and goadaaarbla. r LrTTTEIl-CUTTlNG dona with neatneaa and despatch, ia tho latoat sty la. I Shop on Mam aueet, next door to T. Eltiou's store, and three doors above Brigga* Hotel. . Towaade, March \1,$WI. 40y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

ten thousand persons that have used dr. upha1ts electu-ARY far the PILES, CHRONIC.DYSENTABY INFLAMMATORY DISEASES AND SEVERE COSTIVENESS. have given their eenificatea of cores made by iu use, when all other reoaedieshave faded, and tho proprietora are now prepared to ofler ONE HUNDRED DOLL ATS to any persona afflicted with Pile*, and all diseases nf a similar nature, or which are found in conjunction with the Piles, if a core ia not affected by the nsa of DR; UPHAW8 VEGETABLE ELECTUARY, it is an Istbbhai. Rkmckv, not an external application, and will cure any ease of Piles, either bleeding or blind, internal or external, aad the only thing that will There ia no mistake about it It is * positive cure, speedy and permanent It ia also a convenient medicine to take, and improve the general health in a remarkable manner. It ia very mild in ha opperationa, and may be taken io ease* of tha moat acute iriflammatkln, without danger. All external applications are in ibe highest degree disag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

INo. 1., Brick Row, apii in the Field ***« •*• Chatnherlin, CatS 111 AS jrxat returned from the city C2C A-L of New York with a large yr5aTj^<*> eopphr of Watchea, Jewelry and M\ ^Ka/ Silver ware,' comprising in part, fP ^ «bsbbb> '^aw"0WU,s> articlea!—Lever, 4bbIb*«V a! Varflaal L'Epineand Plain Watchea, with aQ^XUislflpp a complete uaorUnent of Gold ^"^m^ammw^— Jewelry, aueh a* Ear Rings, Fingar Rin {*, Breast Pins, Bracelet*, Locket*. Gold chain*, ,Gold Pen*. Key*, etc Alao, all aorta of Silverware, and any qaanuty-of Steel Beoda-rall of which he oflers for sale exceeedingly cheap for CASH. Watches repaired on short notice, and warranted to run well, or the money wilt ba refunded, and a written agreement given to that effect if required. N. B—MAPLE SUGAR, and Country Produce taken in payment for work; and al*>. /earn noui, and forever , that the Product mutt be paid token the work it done—I war against credit in all iu forms. W. A. CHAMBERLIN,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

©33 A 2 MS I @3HAam¥P This way for Bargains! r TV ^L^ li \^ !P^^I ~J «• ha old J-ni**»»n*r* and tha pnbha generally, thai be ha. «*aaa»««eed the manufacture of ChainTetc .iS .Id shop on ,be north side of Bridge etrwCfoK™ mg known aa the » Ye|tow Hoo*e.»He keeawlT atanUy on hand, or will make to order, (in . n^ dwbteitoWr all article, fa hi. line »\be.rm^. cheapest Hia fnend* can be supplied with thatey, ffrntor and Common Chair*, ofdM. Mp^tenu—SelUtt.RockmgChinT*-- \ CMdrcri* Chain, tfc. Ift. f I ill»--lWllfflfl. nd hblfi, * / Call and see me at my ;»hop on Bridge *tr«et,W 1 Will sausfy yoo that you ean buy reasonable/' ' N. B—Whito wood, ^Cucumber and Buraood pumk, wanted in exchange \ for chain ooreaibaab". , ^m, • , , JESSE TAYLOR. Towanda. Jan; SO, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

i-1 BEST FRIEND! It is conflJenUya*»toi thtt Oiere irxvia waa a medicine whirh haa given Mchtmiform and aniveraal satisfaction, as ,-^^__ WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGBTABtB PILLS They have atood the aevereat triaia, by curing when all other remedie. failed, and have established a reparation in the face of the envloii* .Unden which have been raised against them, I SPRING, SUMMER,1 FALL AND WINTER. Each produce, by their variations of temperature , Been ™SS°** ?r°,b*hom*n baii- The >>••* »l«.ub.. and tbe cold eomr«*. i) » ,ol0mt of the dicalatmg flo-«, and when change* take place suddenly, tbe enact ere otter, aeriooa. WrigbfalndiaaVegeublePiIJ»eovjB trract tha evil influence of sodden change^ by porilyiag the blood, and keeping the stomach and bowels in a b*uh nl and healthful condition. ' FOR FEVER AND AGUE. That scourge of the West Wright's Indian Vegaiabje Pilla stand unrivalled. An instance has never come to our knowledge of these Pills having been taken, without effecti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

lent* of the Bradford Re^0 ' - v rrr0*** Two dollars and fifty cents per annum: r ir^' ^ deducted if paid within the year; and forCj al)y in advance, Ore Doilar will be .leJurii-* ^ ^ 'Subisribera at liberty to discontinue at anv vC, paying)arrearages. Most kinds of Coj-xrar received in payment at tbe market price. ^ [(tfv„ Advertisements, not exceeding a squire o ^ lines, iiserted for fifty cenu; every s"11^"'^,,01** twentl^five cents. A discount made to yearly "£ ^tf. Job PaiiPnito, of every description.n ^aB ^ pediUcnisry executed on new and fashions!* ^^ Lettem on business pertaining to the office a . ree of ipostagc, to ensuie attention.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

_\ .; **a Tl».r arthtaygau. . -. \l ^rirtuutaL '; BT BAVIB U BOXTI. A hardy sunburnt than is he, A hardy, sunburnt man; No sttidier m*.a yon/It ever see, Though all the world yon scan. In summer's heat, ia winter's cold, j Unceasing is his toil; k Oh, far above the knigbts of old, Lis ihe Tiller of the Soil. No weighty bars secure his door, , No ditch is dug around'; His walls tin cannon hri&ile o'er, ' No dead lie on his groom). A peaceful laborer is be, Unknown; in earth's turmoil—From many crashing'sorrows free, Is the Tiller of the Soil. His stacks are seen on -every side, Hi s barns are filled with grain ; Thoogti -others hail not fortune's tide, He labors not in rain. The land gives op its rich Increase, The sweet reward of tori I And plessed' with happiness and peace, !« the Tiller of the Soil. " ' He trudges out ai break of day, And lakes his way along; . And as. he. turns the yielding.clay,' He sings a Joyful song. He his no dull, unhappy wight, - Bound ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

Tbe proflta of Farming. x «¦«*»¦»¦-«. Amatrues, says the Albany Cultivator, may engage in agriculture for the poetry of it; but most of those who follow the business for a. livelihood, are under the necessity of making its profits the primary object There is an impression more or less prevalent, that farming is iu general less profitable than most oilier occupations. We will not undertake to say how far this impression is founded on fact: but it trill be obvious to those who examine the subject, that from the loose manner in which accounts of farming operations are usually kept the actual profit or loss, can hardly ever be determined with anything like accuracy. Believing that any remarks which tend to show how the great object of farming can be best attarnvf, will be read with interest and adva^taga -gge submitjhe.iollo wing synopsis of adiscus^ iooijrtiie ^Profits of Farming," which took "pWce^^jp! Agricultural meetings held at the State House irf Boston, during the last win...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

H8. A M. C. MERCUR, have removed their • GOODS (o the Store formerly occupied by H Mix A Sons, north side of the poblic square, where they are prepared to supply their customer* as heretofore. Towanda, March 17, 1947.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

THE GRjEFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS and ihe Green Mountain Vegetable Ointment, for aaJe by the subscriber, only agent for the town and borough of Towanda., d23 N. N. BETTS. LADIES I I SAV, LADIES It If ,00 have made op your minds to buy a wee dress, cloak or ahawl thia season, don't fail to call at No. 3, Brick Bow, where yon can find tbe most, best and cheapest article* in (hat line, that ia kept in town, besides all kinds of trimmings. Remember, call at nvl I BAIRD'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

* XW^^^^*'*^2!!l~«, aad >avW aaada la ardar aw ahartar aatlca and aWaaas —. nay than can ba prodawai at any saber aa^Mialaaaantia lb* land.' Thoaa wee are and** the ainadtj af pre. capiat ltotartichiwiPaB><«« >aJIW sari alii. Ago** aawasand pall ttajr be had battaa*iasata>l*M oWfadl Septeaahet t, l«4o. t. M. »!TB « CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

\ 5S2^^ IS»^^tK<a:«- OORNINO «ad EW^SxKt tr fS^SaSS*' ¦ ££!f•i¦!• -^/f^mn, movie* Wa^g Sff? euHaai net beramftta offered to th7Bmb^r*^???• *• -cuew rfNew Yant^ZjljZsr VW' ^^ - TheBoato oftbb linaawV lha Pllrsri» «.< *»*¦ and famished with all the esm^JiaL^S88 ' rwawiBjiiati of PACKETS, eaaMialwillL!!? *d Captain* , «»<} towed by t*miTltB a]Z?t*m BOAT ROME, Capt. fc. tf. ratSpstW s^sssSmVzz^SCaaurtaa, avery Monday earning, at • o'clock. P at TtwugaWnBanaca Las*ever? Tha^ic * trgaraehin, at B% One*. Urn?** { 22^ Jg^*^ faCW ^^Bl ^^W^ Z^J?OT0 ^A88 T'^teC ^ Wm. Mailer), Conua* . 8.B. Strang Jk CoJSaun. Winaemale 4 TWO*. HorseketJ. A. Ivaaa. Jlatmsu. w**<«* Woodworm*Pos t, LoaW Price «V Holly, Genera, Gay oc Sweet, Waterloo, i. Shoemaker, Seneta Falls. BaawABaaB , Montezuma. H, Wright, Rocktcte r. H.iViios, Buffalo.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

tDcbnrtfrm fBorninn, September 8,1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

Tk< -raicea »t tkc !!»«¦« BY.T. WESTWOOD. AlitUechua A hue meek-faced, quiet, village child Sat singing, by her cottage door at eve, A low, sweet, sabbath song. No human ear, CaughWthe faint melody—no human eya Beheld the upturned aijpect, or theroile That wreathed her innocent lips while they breathed The oft-repeated harden of the hymn, - Praise God-! praise God!" A Seraph by the Throne In the full glory stood. With eager hatW, He smote the golden harpstrings, till a flood ¦ Ofbannbny on the celestial air Welled forth, unceasing, then with a great Voice, He sang the " Holjj, Holy, ever more, Lord God Almighty!? and the eternal conns Thrilled with the rapture,'and the hierarchies,' Angel, and rapt archangel, throbbed and burned With vehement adoration. Higher yet K»tjthe majestic anthem, Without pause, Higher, with rich magnificence of sound. To lis full strength; and still the infinite heavens Hang with " Holy, Holy, evermore!"\ Till trembli ng from excess of awe and love b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

Pierre Pitois. k t)i<! yaat 1800, Pierre Pitois was sergeant in tr twelfth regiment of the lino then quartered in snvsburg. He. wassa native of that halksavage, it-civilized, part of Burgundy known under the -Jin'' of Mervan: and his comrades never spoke ¦tbim but as a. '-'tough customer."' -Always the in and.the last To fire,he had the reputation of tuiig but two things in the world—the smell of r*di>r anil the whistling of bullets. !W. one tide day, our friend Pierre took it into ¦ 'lii'ulld address n letter to his colonel, in which * applied for leave of absence to go and See his . "i .mother, who-was dangerously ill. "He "added " jiW^hcr, | being' seventy -eight years of age, ai suffering under a paralytic affection, could not v «f any use in nurse-tending the poor woman, a! hp pledged hinjself to return.- us soon as the ratth of his .mother should be^Eestored. TV colonel's reply to Pierre's application was, aat a* the regiment might at any moment be.or-»"tl to tak...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

TIM Tmwrtml WttlkWi A xaibss tat by her cottage door. In the light of a summer eve; Sweet time,' when the blending sun and shade Their garlands of beauty weave. And the flowers, with tears in their closing eyes - Look up with a morning, mute surprise, As the daylight takes its leave. The maiden sat by ber'cottace door, " A "rose in her dark-bmwn hair/ And at times stole out, from her fragrant Ups, . A song on the charmed air; 'Such song as a loving damsel sings When the thrilling honr is near that brings Such one as sheawaitelh there. The hours flit on, and the stars peer ont - From their couches in the sky, Yet the maiden still at her cottage door. Doth watch incessantly; But her heart is troubled—her eye* are dim With tears that are flowing because of Aim, Yet cometh he not—ah! why! He will come to the ark of her heart no more* And her tearful watch is vain: To her questioning soul there is no response Save the night—wind's dirge-tike strain; There's a sound of wail in its fitful ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

Wk« arc the Rick. Who are the rich I—the favoured few Whose hands their dazzling treasure hold, With luxury deck their halls, and strew Their paths with gold * Nt>; for the wealth so proudly got, Is btTowed/all:—the fatal bond May grant it to the grave, but not An hour beyond. JPftty are the rich whose treasures lie > In hearts, not hands—in heaven, not here; Whose ways are marked by pity^s sigh, And mercy^ tear. No borrowed wealth, no failing store; These treasures of the soul remain Its own ; and, when to live is o'er, To die is gain. Who are the'poor !—the humble race Who dwell where luxury never shone—Perchance without one friendly face. Save God^s alone 1 No ! for the meek and lowly mind. Still following where its Saviour trod. Though poor in all, may richly find The peace of God They are the poor who, rich in gold Confiding in that faithless store. Or tremble for the wealth they hold' Or thirst for more ;—WJiose hands are fettered by its touch, H"Ao« lipt no giHu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

*>•. BOOT & SHOE MAiNpFAOTORY fM}y | inn ¦ ! " * !?"" '' \LJ Iass ' rgest BfirflW^l ^^S ii your neigtiuor lias handsome chairs, be sure to put y,our feet on the round of them. It will soil the vanities of the world, and teach in humility. The man of the worid look* to hmselfc, and calls those things evil that are displeasing to himselfo. The Christian look to God, anil calls those things evel which are displeasing to km. Unwise Men.—TheTaqgry man wh> sets his own house on fire, in order to bum that of his neighbor. • The envious man—who cannot live b ecause others do. ^ '.. ' ¦ The hypochondriac—whose highest happiness)- consists in rcndeiwig himself miserable. ^ - ^ ¦ The jealous man—who poisons his own banquet - and rijen eats of it. * The .miser—who starves himself to< leath in order' that his heirs may feast. Why wast ren. Jackson, at the tattle of New Orleans, like a Cincinnati pork dealer! Because he was death on1 packing ham, (Packenham.) -What is...

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