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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

TEN THOUSAND PERSONS THAT HAVE USED DR. UPHAM'S-ELECTUARY for tbe'PILES, CHRONIC, DY8ENTARY INFLAMMATORY DISEASES AND SEVERE <JOiSTtV;ENESS, have given thcu- cettificateanf cures, made by it*, use, when all other remediea have foiled, and he proprietors are now prepared to oner '- ONE HUNDRED DOLLATS. io any persons sfflicted with Piles, arid alt disease* of a similar nature, or which are found In conjunction with the Piles, if a cure is.not affected by the use of DR. UPHAMT* VEGETABLEELECTUARY. it is an IsTxh* »r- Risrnr, not an external application, snd will cure any eaaC of Piles, either bleeding or blind, internal or extermuVand the only thingthat will. There is no mistake about it. It is a positive cure, speedy and permanent. It ia also a convenient, medicine to .take, and improve the general health in a remarkable manner. It is very mild in its opperatisria, and may be taken in cases of the most acute inflammation, without danger. All external spplicaliona are,in the hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

N ATURE'S OWN REMEDY! THE INVALID BEST FRIEND! It is confidently asseited tU there savia waa a medicine wtrith has given such uniform and Universal satisfaeliorj, ss WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE. PILLS. They hi ive stood the severeit trials, by curing whra all other n imedieg failed, and have established a repuu. tion in ^ the face of the envious slanders which have been raised arni nst them, SPRITtG, SUMMER, FALL AND WINTER. Each produce, by their variations of temperature, penfar effects" upon the human bidy. The heat expand, and the cbkJ contracts tie volume of the ciicularinc doid, and arhen changes take place suddenly, the cflttu arc often serious. W right's Indian Vegetable PilUrnoB leraet the evil infloence of sodden changes, by purilym. the bloodL arid keeping the stomach and bowels in a rain. ral and healthful condition. ] FOR FEVER AND AGUE. That BCiiorge ofthe West Wright's Indisn Vegitable Pills itahd unrivalled. An instance ha* never come u our knowledge of these P>...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

7erm* of the Bradford Stf** - " Firr"** Two dMIara and fifty cents per annum, ' ^ #, deducted if paid within thetyear; and for ••- aUy in advance, 0.xx Dottta will be Jw0 ^^, rj 'Subscribers at liberty to discontinue »'"'{..^rti paying arrearages.. Most kinds of CorJts received in payment, at the market prir«- ^ ,*rl>» Adverlisements, not exceeding.« "l01 _,inserii* Iinea. inserted for fifty cent* ¦ , pyery •n^^rtttia twenty-five cents. A discount made to yf#0* ^ a-Job Pbutisg, of every description, new . peditioiuly executed(orj[new and fashion3" • Letters on buaincas pertaining l0 lD0 "fUeawfaol tee t»f postage, to ensuie attentiun,,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

B00T> SHd^MAKUFACTORY. JOHN W. WILCOX, having purchasej'the rnre-O rest of his late partner, respectfully informs the public that he may still be found at the old stand, near T. P, Woodruff'* tavern, where he still solicits a share of public patronage. He intends, by a&carefnl selection of stock, end by attention to the interests of hie cuatomers to make as neat and durable work as can be manufactured in tbi* pan of the country. He will keep constant y on hand, and manufacture io order, Morocco, Calf and Coarse Boots and Shoes ; IjoJic* ' Goilers. Shoes and Slips.- Children's do,; Gent's Gaiters and Pumps, tte. , ' tT Country Produce, of most descriptions, Uketf in payment for work, at the market price. ¦ • • Towanda, August '30. IS47.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

New Tailoring Establishment, CW.ier of Main amil Bridge tts.. orer H. O'Hnra's , Boot and Shoe Store. a» ffi'^agaraa^o T3ESPECTFULLY inform, the citizens of Towan-XV da. and the public generally, that he has commenced the Tailoring business, at the corner of Main and Bridge *t*f, in the .shop recently occupied by Mark G. Arnout. where he aoliciu those in want of Tailorinn to give him a call. _ " Having been employed in the most fashionable estalo lisbmenta in Philadelphia arid elsewhere, and being determined to spare ao pains to please, customers m.y depend upon having their.work done promptly and in s good styledi can be hadaiany shop iu town. All work warranted wellntadc'smltjo 6t-. dj* Cutlinfi done cheap, andUiarranted. Towanda, Aaguat 30,1877. nrssoLUTios. ~ '¦PHE partnership heretofore efci* ing •under the firir. btn *¦ i1"' ?F,°W !er "* ^ ttaashar busine... h*. £.?-?.' 11 iuKU'*i>y mntualcomami . Per»o.io debted to the concern will m,k,e payment,^ ^ bavmg cl.,m. will p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

•— B^^'-rwMBTfffsTaBi -BaV- jsm\ 'mr tml , H 8. A M. C. MERCUR, have removed their • GOODS to the Store formerly oeranied by H. Mix A Son*, north aide ofthe public equara, where they' are prepared toaupply their customers aa hereto fore. Towanda, March 17,1847. '• '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

CMtMTET rttBJrjTMWB ¦ ,, MiAJf B$HADa^ ourah^ mush, lower than. H ^haa ever been sefd in! Towanda. Goods are cheap, and wheat am" towered, and that hi the reason we can afford alt fofto daiti AB ainda of produce will be received in payment. Alee, LUMBER ef al) kinds. Sep.. 1. , Ja J , L. M, NYE A CO. .:^ . gr^ejg^J^jps^J jtje aVgag ¦ , CffVjsyiLL be kept on hand a large assortment, and ibtw made to order on shorter notice and for less mo-' ne*-vJnWea»'lM~ptt«sa«WBto the land. Those who era, tinder the necessity of procuring that article will aad ahall.ae mtiatled.j A good beareeaaeYpabVmey be had wMte«JaiM»wbe^ 4eaired. Seaaeiaher l.itHS. •- L. M. NYE * CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

*** S3A1SP' aFA.gW'CJTRlT.. I' m, Tsneattdts. HM. BAKT^respei^uIiyinffmM f$epahlicliiat ...tyjie.hat^ojMBcnc^j Afe^^ nes*. in all ita hrenrnea, at Towanda, where be will be ready at all limes.tui attend to all call* in bis line.-^. Monument*, Tomb-table** Grave-atone*, of every de*eription,fyc,$-c., made to order, and furnished aa cheap aa WORK and MARBLE of the same quality can be obtained at any shop in the country i, . • He invite* the publie. to call and examine hi* work and materials, hppiog.to merit their patronage by auict attention to business, and by superior workmanship and good marble. . *' LETTER-CUTTING done with neatness and despatch, in the latest style. , Shop on Main street, next door to T. Elliott's store, and three doorr above-Briggs' Hotel. Towanda, March 17, 1847. 40y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

Elmira. JukwmmhJmvL Buffai^T^ ¦ FOR-184T. '^Wi'-t»«irpu^tsm^otf^ibtt^mlimwia er-« X run a LineV Pa—ge BgataZwW^??* * COR«i»Pa>5 -tUFFAXoTfc. *?££*»«, ofEmigranu Mid faraal-w , m«i ^ WestS^ SsaiSa& ed.Cepfflh> aM^owe^|WtJl bj».-of Bof^ar*<ax. ^^S'MS^Srw^*7*"*-^' *f'»«*5IWftlf 1*7, oneoftheabo,;,, wilfleave CoiThtog and Elmira every week i! fvBo,l» lowing>rdcr: J ' **w *• fel-£0 ^ «4*M?»JMOtin|, at6o'doctp ti Towfiig dofn Seneca Lake every Tbmnt !^* irig, looeKng at Big Stream, Lodi, and iCS^*"1' leaving Bnflalrr for Conunftaa ElrfflrVevervW^ tt,! day momirig.r v^7 "rto» : -FOR FREIGHT OR PASSAGE,,ppi. ,„C.M . on Board, or ta ¦ - ,pp T ,0 c,r<«a ' 'm. Mallory, Corning. ¦ J.*/8trangikCo,£7mMt ^^""iJ0'*. ii^rereead, A. Neah, /fawma. l..G.Townaend, Big Stream .. 1 Votdwenh A Post, Xoc/;. -.- ¦ ] >rictvA. Holly, eeaeax. Itay A^Bwaet, HWerAw. J. Shoemaker, &neea Falls. Bafcer A Raaa, jfonfeiumo. -, H; Wright, Rochester. I p. me* ,. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

@ is A a m s 2^!aKaaiT~ Thi* way for Bargmhi! TrlE auberibrt would respectfully say to ttj, ^ custom rrs and the pubhe igeaerally, that he ba> re-commenced the mannfaclqn of Cluurs, eic.,»thi, oU ahop on the noith aide of Bridge street, in the buiU. tog known ia tha'- tellpw Hpose:- He keepscoe. atantly on 1 and, or wM make jto order, (in a neat m\, durable styl:) all article* in ht* line aa cheap a,^ cheapest, rlis friends can be supplied with 'J Fancy; Wjiiuor and Common Chair*, of differ. eiUpa^terju-r-Seltee*.Backing Chain, Children'* Chair*, c>e., tyt. AlJt—Bfdllfldi ¦¦« TlMft-Call anil see roe at my shopf on Bridge street, and L will satisfy you that you can buy reasonable. N. B.-UVbito wood, Cdcomber soil Basnrood plank, wanted in exchange for chairs noreason'ab'e terms. JESSE TAYLOR. Towanda, fan. 30, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 15 September 1847

No. I*,- Bliiefc Rovr^ipiii lhe?.eM? »*• sat. Ct\amberlin, »a*ai-«J TTA8 just returned from the city ,-fC3sC -tl of New York with a large y^stfajtWg\»uppV of Watchea, Jewelry at?* Jfi\_ ^Mm*/BHver ware, comprising- in'part, ' Tf" ^ t^DL.the following articles:—Lever, (aslrW si •sJBmS 1L'EPine aD<1 F>*tn Watcbea,.wit> taQ^SaEainpp a complete aaaortmeni of GoH ^^^^^¦"¦"^^ Jewelry, such a* fiar Ring*,"Finger Rints, Breast pins, Bracelets, Locket* , Gold chain*, Gold Pens, Keys, etc. Alao, all aorta of Silverware, and any quantity of Steel Beads—all of which he oSers for sale exceeedingly cheap for CASH. Walchea repaired, on short notice, and warranted to run well, or the money- wilt ha reniaded, and a written agreement given to that eflcct if required. N; B.—MAPLE SUGAR, and Country Produce takenin payment forwdtk^ andala>. learn now,and Joreter, that Jht Produce must be paid when the work ta tftmc—I war against credit in all ita forma. - • W. A. CHAMBERLJN,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

1: TOWANDjV: H oWmtsbas morning, September 22,1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

Tk« OM-Fellaw. 5j5 . [From the Golden Rule 1 M i stranger lay amid strangers dying. M n,e dew of death on hts pale brow lying, §'-: ud he strove ere his frame the monstercould shiver, I To breathe a farewell to his loved ones for ever. I -Oh, who," he cried, " in this-honr of gloom, I While above me gather the storms of fate, I 'or the love of God, to m j childhood's home I Will bear tidings of the desolate 1" I.' iod there stood but one in that self-sFruck band Wfj, The youth's wild agony to heed; ri] Be prested tne wanderer's ice-cold hand KM Aod said, " God help me in my need, WA J1 bear to thy mother thy lone bequest, EH Thai is gibcn with thy departing breath, HI ud \ leave thee not in thy loneliness, , -Till thou battiest with the demon Death." 9ttwM prew the light of the closing eye, And faint the voice with emotions deep. Is he moaned, "'tis a fearful thing to die, Withont kith on kin o'er your bed to weep. Ttll ray mother dear, when Azrael's.wing - Was over me thrown in cha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

Patriarchal. [For tli« Bradford Itcportcr 1 A very interesting meeting was held in Canton iie house of Capl. E. Rockwell, on the 25th ult. ;ihe Rockwell, family. Samuel Rockwell senr., f Captain's lather was present, and in good health, iiinugU in his 84th year. He moved from Vermont Itf Canton in A. D. 1804. iis family then cpnsisted of himself, his wife, onej, ¦nehter. and seven sons. "After his arrival in this ¦ jantv his wife had two more sons, making nine, t! of whom are now living- and were present on »tbove occasion. They are all residents of this rm!v except two, one of whom lives in Tioga »i'iiv. ami the other in the state "of Oliio. lh- family, which consisted of ten souls when vi-amr to this country—43 years ago—now nura-<~. m it< "generations," 1.41 soula : 113 of whom !¦•:.¦ [iresent at the above meeting : and all of ihem li-iMit one! came from their horq.es and returned '•sanifdajl 01 this company of 113, 19 were T4 grand children'! . . The old geiiileman...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

Uptime aa« Astasia, The spring of life is past. With its budding hopes and fears, And the Autumn time is coming With its weight and weary years: Our joy ousness is fading, Onr hearts are dimmed with care, And youth's fresh dreams of gladness All perish darkly there. While bliss was blooming near as, In the heart's first burst of spring. While many hopes could cheei«*», . Life seemed a glorious thing I Like the foam upon a river. When the breeze goes rippling o'er, These hopes have fled forever, To come to as no more. T is sad—yet sweet to listen , To the soft wind's gentle swell, And we think we hear the musie - Onr childhood knew so well; To gaze out on the even I And the boundless fields of air. And feel again oar.boyhood's wish To roam like angels there! There are many dreams of gladness That cling around the past. And from that tomb of feeling Old thoughts come thronging fast. The form we loved so dearly ¦ la the' happy days now gone, The beautiful and lovely, So fair to look up...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

The Dertaratloa of Ia*?!Bjaeatfe.tce. The questions, whether the American Revolution originated in Massachusetts or Virginia, and whether it received its first impulse from such leaders as John Adams, Patrick Henry, James Otis, Thomas Jefferson, or from the common people, have often been discussed. It has generally been admitted to have been begun in the upper classes of the society of that day. On reading Graydon's Memoirs of those times, we have collected several interesting facts in regard to the Declaration of Independence and its first promulgation. -~ When Thomas Jefferson, from the committee appointed to draft the Declaration of Independence, first reported this immortal document to Congress,on the morning of the 4th of July, 1776, fhe House paused and hesitated. That instrument, they saw, cut them off from even the mercy of Great Britain. With prophetic eye, they saw all fhe horrors of a sanguinary chril war pass in swift review before them. While they wavered, and a deep si...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

¦ aumulty pt American tokUcn. j " " ™ * The following extract from a letter written by, Captain Loeser, and published in a late number of the Reading Journal, is an interesting evidence of the humanity of our volunteers to a conquered enemy: "One poor fellow, when the line'halted, (he was carrying a large bundle,) seated himself upon the ground, and actually ate the grass with seeming pleasure. One of the soldiers then gave him some water; be drank it largely, and by motions thanked turn, and returned to the gross. Gen. Worth, just then passing, stopped and ordered one of his men, who happened to have some crackers with him, to give the poor fellow some. This was done; the man ate more like a maniac than a Christian. When he had finished, he fell upon his knees and thanked him. Some one who spoke Spanish asked him when he had last eaten; ard he said that for five days nothing, not even water, had passed his lips. " Another and more affecting case occurred a few moments afterwards, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

Vigilance Committees Tt is expected that these committees will show themselves vigilant. Let them at once call a meeting in their respective tow ns and organize for the election. Committees should lie appointed in each school district, to circulate documents; see that every man is assessed, and at tlie polls, xtorrn or no storm. The importance of active, vigilant and energetic action was never more important than hi this canvass. Besides our county ticket, we have to decide whether tlie councils of the state, perhaps it will be of the nation, shall continue to be guided on democratic principles.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

The Enemy. Tlie Federalists were never more busy than now. Not so boislerous as usual, but stealthy and sly.— Their great desire isi to catch ns napping. If they are not openly active, they think we will not be.— They know that an open, bold and fair discussion of our principles has ever been, and ever will bo, fcual to them. Hence on this occasion, they want noidiscussion ; no noise; we must "lay low," say they. They have money; this they; can use : the wealthiest of them-have debts owing'ihem all over the county: such inrlueices they will bring tobear if possible. They are not-idle. They are loo anxious to displace Gov. Shunk. and in his place p<it another Jo Rimer. Tlie Treasury was empty until recently ; now, it is full; hence iheir anxiety to get into power.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

Are you Jaaaeaaed I Tlie N igilance Committees of the Several towns, cannot be loo prompt in their efforts to secure the vole of ovory Democrat. They should M once inquire in every neighborhood, and see thai all is ready. Be, sore and have every man assessed, who has beep omitted. This cannot be done too soon. Will every democrat who reads this, institute an inquiry in his neighborhood, for those who have not been assessed, and have them assessed at once ? The enemy is vigilant; if our flag is to float unfurled, Democrats must be active from this ?ime, until the polls close on the 12th of October. Meetings or tiif Democracy.—At the request of several of the Standing Committee, and many others, we suggest that the Vigilance Committees call meetings, to be held some time during next week, at the several places of holding delegate elections, to adopt such appropriate measures, as will secure the emire democratic vote of the town. I>el these meet ngs be called; let there be a gen...

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