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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

' Struts 0or».| ' A small Iron Gray HORSE, tfe rto ye*r* old peat, with Mack mine snd tail, 4 Urn ill whir* alar a Jh* forehead, *nd*ne hind foot partly White; and aha* , a aaall wart en the right aid* af hi*nock, and noanee on^fo*>% escarp ftom. the putuie of tb* sadaaetibef in Folks tqwn*hip. Lycoming poun ;y, Pa, on Wnlaji*. •lay ihe 19th inst Said horse- wis raised in Trey, Bradford,county,. and il ia supposeJ iswt* A.i Mianthan A^r ^...1.' ti«>teigTi anowswlg* rf hi* wbarsssjawla •rin «o-»w» a favor upon thnowwar, i isxl aluul ba TiaBaiBl ryrawanladby giving information ikTUtt:aaaM; *jaslif they,will d*|iver,hlra »t Smith's taratn is MsaaltsMon all isaaonahle axpenacs will ba pa1< I.. Maya*. 18(7. HENRTWAirCat 4_S—. ¦ • • ¦ .—j_j—¦ —~n.;,.-, „ i" ,-¦„¦ i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

I tMPQRWANT TtfrBMCURES. TtfOOIiSBt»S REFINBDIYI !UP. pamlm fav«« '•V> totrwibsBt^axsato ainlisi*!. brfaWWy x . Daeasplkt* 1». MONT k^YB * TOt. Y WIFE PHILENA h.»mfw»»ylw>B*ns« famiry withoot any <auee or | revirasjina, I hsyaby forhidall r«^»oi»s„lia»boriogpr Ira itVng. h*r on aay as count, as I shall pay no delta of be r eontrBrtins». ^v* WILLIAM R. ROBINSON. Burflngfon, slsrch 19, 1847.; r_ -J 1 l;-liL-l_; 1 w-i_ _»; • ' • ¦ TQOOT8 dt.SHpES—11 doaen pair Coir** Boess £> boys\«adirnen; srsialfand up Boor^aMaBiaaa and a good de>l th* hast and cbea; lest kx *f wwaw* '* aud misses * wtiir In tow*. Cattai t-sMIRBV.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

'saKwafe *nBBBG*^3* SBBBVsBBBrSBBBT" nBBB , |Tl VK7* aBBBBB. ^BBaT :sBSBBk .WBs\^mMm^^. 'S^sT^m\J mm\,^kw\ "bbbb T U *^sWasBss^eBawaL^BV L BACHELOR h«* renioved liat Tailor Shop to • the third etorr of No. 2, Brirl Row. — i 2 L_ LOOKING GLASSES, one east of-very aw*, O O I frarnes,Iain(t*tyle,ja*t opened at novll | NO. 3, BRICK ROW. DOMESTIC COTTONS—Bros in sheeting* *hih> ing, and drilling; Also, cotton; ram, kelting, wickmga, and wadding, for eale by tb* bile or Is** qaeatky; at nvll BAIRD'S. .. ~^ \ ADMINISTRATORS" NOTICE. I A;LL persons indebted to the est ate of BENAlAH x\ /AI.LYN, late «f Warren twp., dee'd, an heawsy requested t^make payment withotf delay, and the** having dtima against said eatote, * ill. Dseaae prtoent tbeln duly allectcd to the subscriber, I I NANCY.ktLTN, . I HENRY-C. ALLYN. Warren. May 3, 1847. Admru*trator.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

«70 So vj&mvK&m®? HAS jud received the' largest sseokment af If EW GOODS ever brewght iafe Btidfowl c«s which be ouers in exchange for "'- * - CASH, I LUMBER, or PHODVCB. Monroeton, May 10, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

FALL & WINTER GOODS MOSTANYES" A CO, ere woe r»«w**aB; »v*wy desirable aasortmenl of Good*,] torchaaed dafin* • great depression in ibe market, enmj (wing Freaeb *V English UROAD-CLOTH8, Caaaiaae W and SnOinsto, and Ihe choicest pattern* of PrinU and Wetssed Gsssal Grateful for past favor* they respectful ly aonext *'¦»»»• ¦ on* pablic to e*H and- examine tbeir stock, end ikxwk can bold oat susVieet inrsnrsmrnta to rnsuas ibjraf ibasa of pablic patronkgr. Septembor 7, 1846.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

fiXmhatOiye , &t, NewTxuTwi^rtoter toefc t4—. THE *ubneriber is now receiving fl so»_** efty *f New York a large sseorlroentof G MD8*asV<s» the season, carefully selected, and pure* i*eda(Bn*a sax* ly low price*, which will ennbe* nhw I •¦ set* very t*W for1 cash, lumber, country prodaeev or appiaisi ***ns*t His frieoda and the puMie generally ¦oswyswdtoaaaT •nd examine bis stock before porch***) *J •hsrwhessv—He foels confident thatbe.aaa offer ther i better baswaon than they have heretofore asade in tba town, ***•>* other in this' region of country. In hi ***of*Bs*n« ariB be (band in all iheir varwtsca. Dry O loda.Cmnsis*, Hardware, Crockery, Glaeay NaiUv Iw s *ssa4, Ibbbbs, Oils, Dye Stafls, Boots, Sboas, *>e. *)ft ' . Towanda. Oct, 38, 1848, N, X, BElTa , THE Ladies will find a> great vaiiety af wastwanl drew good*; slso, » beautifatso*mmmatatmMm at very low price* st , . / . Bs>r*a»I IENCH BBdEngBah cloth* , biavy snasiraaat Tweed* for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

PriiuiuQis Awarded t» Len Fnwi : Br ibe iratfitai UrtlUU t*t inilikikv IN 1840—A PUter Medal *w8Tjp*nor Ob**Tea*. 1811—A Diploma foVCoTd F«n*v 1843—A DiptoMfcrthebertGnllFasaB, - 1843—A Dijkrm* forth*bent Gull P*sav IM4—ADipi>fMfos»**rinr 6oll>P*B«v ... 18+5—A Silver Medel for the bast Gold Pen*. , 1816—A Silver Medal for- tbe bestGoHs'sWsV This is to certify, that ihe abo*« i* a taaw eaajryifmiai tb* records of the ArnericaB lassttsaer ¦'" ;• HENRY MEIGSv 6m38 Roc Sec. of the Amrri can Inf4*twa t> ,,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

w(nlk)w mm^m^ No. 7 Spruce itreit. TH&wm Buililmg** ¦ttAmmUWbmimliU i ¦ wgTBFTR^iaWALE *nd lt*t«il—hHA DBS of sll oVB^ stlipwawi, inetudiar awpn* ia*V *wJhsa*U> colored Gothic Itenas, »n* swTsaaw *hw»i nd pficoa; *1-*o the late etyt*- ot •snotiful Rural; lam Iseasps Wcsa**, a- ¦nek *daBit*d **>! dwnraai* aijlefc j::«*|MhR *••» every *tyl*a-d dswaiptmar af abaci* -J M m i* **,. fifty per centTcheapet than .caw Iw-ssjnj III at any oekor piece, Trimming* at mahdraetniwir psieeav *¦•¦•* Banner and interior decoration* doesri r * MyJt Wa* 8s> MsnriawneaV BARTOt. 4 t^SBElfi: ' wjn3r>' Maaaftotorenmaihijailiiii .,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of J. B. Merrill, late of Granville township, dee'd., are requested lo make psy ment without delay, and those bsving claims against said estate, will please present them duly attested to the subscriber. JAMES MF.RRITT, ROSWELL DUNBAR. TrojU May 29, 1847.' Administrators. FE8H arrival of Spring and Summer Goods st the SAVINGS BAgiR: A superior lot of Lawns, Summer Ginghams, and ^¦Monterey plaids, a new article for dreniiesi. Also, printsVof all patterns, which sjCsellinir. extremely low at the."' ^'T SAVINGS BANK. ~ '~~ \ ^onn iFrs. A large and1 extensive assortment of Bonnets, con--/"!- silting of Leghorn, Albert Braids, Chin* pearl, Straw gimp, English Straw, dec, together with ribbons, artificial*, wreaths, dec to match, are now selling st reduced price* .1 th* , SAVINGS BANK*.. SUMMER SHAWLS a beautiful s.sorunent ,ol IO Berage, De Lain snd Brocba Shawls may be found st the SAVINGS BANKf PARASOLS of every variety and patt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

\m Spring and Summer Goods. N. N. BETTS, Ii now opening a new and splendid assortment of staple and fancy goods st his store, (situate on Main street two doors below Bridge street (west side) nearly opposite Montanye's dr Co.) embracing all articles generally kept in the country, such as Dry Good*. Groceries, Crodcery and Glasswait. Hardware. Nails, Iron, all the varieties of Steel, Glass, Paints Unseed Oil, Lamp Oil fyc. which he offers ta purchasers st unusual low price* foi C**h, Produce, or approved credit. And would respectfully invite all who wish to purchase to call and examine his goods and price* before purchasing else-. wbero, as he is confident be can offer good bargain*. June 1, 1847. f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

* Sugar Cotted Hut."—Bewtn'. Cutiai. fTHHE increasing ' popularity of Dr. G. BENJ. SMITH'S IMPROVED INDIAN VEGETABLE SUGAR COATED PILLS, baa induced a number of persons lo make *ornething they call rtix* and coat them with (agar, in order lo sell them for the genuine, while they do not pones* a particle of tie goodoeaa, nor even assimilate in appearance to the original. Dr. Smith'* Pills. In short, they are an intended FRAUD upon the community. A minister who at first had an interest in an imitation Sugar Coated Pill, manufactured in Albany. N. Y„ has given them on, a* he say*, on account of the miserable dishonest parties concerned in manufacturing? them. The siroe party are now industriously circulating reports calculated lo injure Dr. Smiths and lo affect' the reputation of his valuable pills ; but rather than notice them in public, Dr. Smith is about to institute legal proceedings against them for ibeir slander*, a* he ha* in another case against a similar party,' in which be re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

isiELftms Assmpw^^fm& -mmmamtam. f&* subseri^era still continue ^^^^Rto tnsnufscture and; keep on band lt_ ff at tbeir old *tond,sHkir.d»of cane ¦ **w*V . and wood *e*t CHAIRS; also —-.-b smL. B SETTEES of vanons kinds, and •B^^BfeV BEDSTEADS of every descrip-^P^BV^I lion, which we will sell low. for I l\ji cash or Produce ^ or "WhitePine J^ » «\^ lumber, While wead, Baas wood, •^^ajsssw ^~" or Cucumber cl ailr plank, or 4 bj 4 Scantling 13 feet loot—either Buttonwood,Ba**wood or M**.e, "«" •"»» »• fooeivedfor our work. Tarhint done to order in tba neatest xnsDner. u.u.D» XOMKIW8 & MACKJN80N. Towsnd*,Feb.22, 1847. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

©©Asm©* <&w&zp. mi This way for Bargain^} THE sulwcriber would respeetfollf ssy to his old eostomers and tbe publie graeraBy, that be ha* re-commenced the manufacture of Chairs, ettv.sthi old shop on Ihe north side off/Bridge street, iu the (wilding known a* the " Yellow/ House." He keeps constantly on hand, or will make to order, (in a neat and durable style) all article* in bis line a* cheap as tbe cheapest. His friends can be supplied with Fancy, ffinsar and Common Chairs, of differcut patterns—Settees. Rocking^hairs, Children's Chairs. e>c, «$'«• Ili&i-Beditfadi nd Tfibln-Call and see me st my shop on Bridge (tract, and I will satisfy yon that you can buy reasonable, i N- B.—Wbiio wood, Cocomber aod Baarwood plank, wanted in exchange for chair* on reasonable terms. JESSE TAYLOR. Towanda, Jan. 20, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

sa «& m d & 2a: & &®w<Q®>'Si In TotoaucU*. HM. BAKER respectfully informs the public lh»t • he hss commenced the GRAVE-STONE business, in all its branches,, st Towanda, where be will be ready at all limes to attend to all calls in hi* line. Monuments, Tomb-tables, Grave-stones, of every description, Q-cQc., made to order, and furnished as cheap aa WORK and MARBLE of the same, quality can be obtained at any ¦ hop in the country. He invite* the publie to call and examine his work and materials, hoping to merit Iheir patronage by strict attention to business, and by superior workmanship and goad marble. LETTER-CUTTING done with neatness and despatch, in the Istest style. Shop on Main street, next door to T, Elliott's store, and three doors above Briggs' Hotel. ,' Towanda, March 17. 18*7. , [j 40y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

BOOt & SHOE MAKING. WLCOX & SAGE have associated themsevre in tbe Boot and Shoe Making business, in tbe borough of Towanda, and may be found at the old stand of 8. Hathaway,lately occupied by Elkanah Smith.nest I. H.Stephens ' Exchange Hotel, where they solicit a •hare of pablic patronage. They intend, by a careful selection of Stock, end by attention to the interest* of their custorn/Ss.io makes* neat and durable workas can be manufactured in this portion of the country. They keep constantly on band, and will manufacture lo order, morocco,- calf and coarse boots and shoes; Ladies' Gaiters, shoes and slips; children's do-; gent's gaiters and pomps, ctfcBJ8tel>^ «v JOHN W. WILCOX, PHILANDER SAGE. Towanda, May 14, 184 , -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

A Natural Remedy. -, WE CAN confidently affirm that amoog medicines designed for general use, none stand higher, in popular estimation than ' Wright', Indian Ifgetaule Fills. Hardly a day passes but we receive testimonials in their favor, and tbe moat enthusiastic are those who hi re longest used them. What better prove of excrller ce could we ask ? In them, we behold a signal triumph of principle over prejudice and truth over defamation ¦ The principles upon which this celebrated medicine is founded, are beautifully simple. Every one is aware that, in a state of sickness, the stomach aod bowels are irregular and disordered. Of course, *o long as they continue in that state, ihe food is badly digested, and tbe blood, in consequence of being'badly prepared, is less fit for the proper support of health and life.— Should the stomach and bowels continue disoidered, the mischief extends; the corrupt humors collect upon that organ that is weskest arid least able to throw them off, snd thu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

A New thing, hi Old Wysox. DR. A, J. COLE would respectfully inform the citiaen* of Wysox and vicinity, that after diligently prosecuting the.stady of Physic jnd Surgery in all its various branches for better than tare > years under the immediate care and instruction of liathsf} 8.- Davis, M. D-, of Binghamton, in addition to tbe attendance on a full and thorough coarse of Lo Antics st the Medical College of Geneva, N. Y.- HtJ feels a fall confidence in assuring hi* friend* and. patron* that no pain* I will i» spared to render himself useful in meliorating tbe suftering* offals fellow man ; a id on all occasions will be found in readiness to give wotupt and careful attoation'to such business in at* Ira i *c m«y fitU lo his hand*. Dr. Cole ma* bs found foe th* present *t the residence of P. E. Msftm. WyaoxJApnt 21, 1847.^ Broad Cloth, Cassimeres & Sattinets, A LARGE **aoctment of Broad/Cloth*, Cassimere, snd Ssfuneu*, which we have long been famous for felting; good an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

Carlul UacrwtiM Iw M\lnt. . JtlWdlawg. • wncTUM or lakokr ok bhallkk okuwtb.— KDBJBEB V|. A* Wine pare divine* bare f ol along so far with the Bible, as tn be able to tirrn their atieowuft to Banyan's Pilgrim's Progress mi oilier rscelleul works as text-books fur the Sabbathday instruction of iheir people, /and others, in J'Uto and Swedenborg fur the theology, I eupt>o*«fi children,; il wilt not be deemed amiss, for the io make use of tlte Almanac, in giving you some useful bssons. for a week-day. The origin, or derivation of this name Almanac ie a mailer of dispute among the learned.— . *>iime couaider it. a plain derivation from the Atauic afmtmfocn, (Heb wtofinA) which signifies to count,—reckon^-tlefine.—point out.rotlier* contend, thai it is of Geruian origin, tlerijred from dlmonl. im-.qrre*ponde.nee wiih which trie Saxons used the word. altDonaugnl, which they applied to a block of wood, on which tljejf bad traced lite annual course of the moon, litre 1 have giv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 2 June 1847

¦ HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES, is a disease produced by local irritation cestivene**, purgative' stimulant*, undue determination of blood to the hemorrhoidal vessels by excessive riding or walking, or a congestive state of the fiver, and peculiarity of the constitution itself. It i* usually considered under three form, or varieties, ss follows: Blind Piles, Whit* Piles, and Bleeding Piter This disease is so common, and so very well known, that a description of its symptoms is not deemed neces sary. The success that has followed the. use of ihe Embrocation in the cart of this disease, has been truly astonishing. Physician* niw advise their patient* lo try it, aa the only Pile Medicine. In addition to it* being * positive remedy for the Piles, it never fail* to core thst INTOLERABLE ITCHING, which" is so very common, and has its location in the same parts as tbe Piles. ^ Read the following, from the editors! colum* of Alexander'* Weekly Messenger: ( Focjrp st Li»T—A Seas Ccax roa the Pius !...

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