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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

etsaPlaSBsr^^sv^- *} . 'g|g ^'^BaeSBSa^^Q^SafeB^k FOR the cure of DEAFNESS, pains, snd the «hschsrge of matter from the ears. Also sll those diesgreeablc sounds, like the boning of it sects, felling of water, wbisxinf of steam, ice-, tic, which are symptoms of approaching deafness, soil also generally attendant ieith the disease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten, fifteen, and even twenty years, and were obliged to use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two bottle*, thrown aside their trumpets, bring made perfectly well. Physicians and Sunjcom highly recommend its use. , The very gnat number of happy reaulla that have followed the use of SCARPA'S ACOt'STIU OIL, have beeu truly astonishing. And what is wonderful, au.ne who were deaf from birth, have bctu «o much improved as to hear common conversation very readily. It would be the hetulu of presumption to warrant a cure in all cases, hut in nine cases out of ten of recent date, there is a etrtniuty that the, resnltswilljM^m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

;f fery important Communication to ail. rxnsoss is all rLacxs, At all times, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES. 1 F YOU ARE SICK, get cured : if well, employ Xmeagures to continue so. Every individual indulges 'in habitF.'tVbich roust, to a greater or lesser extent, disarrange ihe admirable ami intricate cojnbinatiorti which form the system, and consequently tvrat iSDirincat should possess some mild, yet efficacious, simple apd accredited ngenl for preserving all the functions of the body good orler. DR. WOOD'S IIIKinillUl 1111 WILD CUI.RUT RITTEKS will achieve tin. result, and »h >uld lie in every family, and in the hand-* of every person, who by busines,, profession or general eourse ut life. Is predisposed lo the very many bttla ailments lhat rentier life a curse, ins ead or a blessing, and finally result, iu.lhtir aggregated condition, is the cause OF DEATH. The Bitters here mentioned are compounded by a man of great skill Ind knowledge, from the simple Nature presents to those...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

'-^mrrmwmmm w' -awn ; ^^.ssssssb ^- L. ~ MT NYE * CO, wouH to-' ^^^^gff^^spectlly inform the eilixens*x»fTow-BgS^SS^^^B snda and tbe poWiefeoeraliy, that PJmSwnktn? they have on haod eV rnsoafsctare iBlSSlHniil to order sll kinds at CABINET 'TTraflrlfr .FURNITURE, of the best mstetT^^^^ Q^ irisls, snd workmsnsbiptnalcannot U lLi Vtiesorpssaed .'nsAhlJontothsnsaal sssortment in coontry shops, we will keepon hsndsnd moke lo order SOFAS, of vsrioos snd most approved patterns; Sofa Rocking Chairs, upholstered in superior style, and for esss sod durability cahoot bs surpassed even in our large cities. Also,-the half French Ma* hogany Chair, beautifully opbolsUred, with curled bsir, which never loses its elasticity, snd finished with the best bsir seating. We' flatter ourselves that' having had much experience in the buainsss, we abalt be able to satisfy all who may feel disposed to cell, both as to quality snd price, snd by strict attention to business hope lo merit snd receive the patro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

c..rET MVVKjrrrvHx: MAY BE HAD at onr shop mnch lower than il has ever been sold in ^ Towonds. Goods aye cheap, and wheal am lowered, snd thst is the reason we con afford alffor to do it. At! kinds of produce will be leceived in payment. Abo, LUMBER of all kinds. Sept. I. , ' LIL NYE 4 CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

WILL be kept on hand a large assortment, end made to order oh shorter-notice snd for less money than am be produced at sny other establishment in tbe land. Those who sre under th« necessity of procuring lhat .article .will snd shsll bs satisfied, - A good hearse and p>il may be bad in attendance when desired. Seniemhe/l. IMS. rtV.'M. NYE& CO. Mm Toteaneto. HM. BAKER respectfully informs tbe public that • he has commenced the GRAVE-STO.VE busi-. ness, in all lis branches, si Towanda. where he * ill be ready ai all times to stteod to sll calls ia his line. Monuments, Tomb-tables, Grace-stones, of every description, cj-c, $-c. made to order, and furnished as cheap as WORK and MARBLE of ihe.esme quality esn. be obtained st any shop in (he country, — He invites (he public to call and examine bis work, and materials, hoping to merit their patronage by strict attention to business, and.by anperior workmanship and good marble. LETTER-CUTTING dona with neatness and despatch, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

TEN T OUNANO PERSONS THAT HAVE.USED DR T4PHAM;s ELECTUARY for ihe PILES, CHRf4NlO,DY8ENTARY INFLAMMATORY. DISEASES AND SEVERE! CpSTrVENESS.'bave given tbeir ccruficales of cores ma>1e by its use, when all other remedies: hsve faded, and he proprietors are now prepareuSto ofier ? y i ONE HUNDRED DOLLATS to aTiy persons afflicted wilh Piles, and all diseases of a similar nature, or which ore found in conjunction wilh the Piles, if a cure is riot affected by the ose of DR. TJPHAM'S VEGETABLE ELECTUARY. it is an Ixtkhsil KtMtnr, not an rxternal application, snd will cure any case of Piles, cither bleeding or blind, ' imernal'or external, and the only thing that will. There is no mistake about it, Ii is a positive cure, speedy and permanent. It is also a convenient medicine to take] and improve ihe^eneral heultb in s remarkable roSiner. It is very mild in its opperattons, and may be taken io coses of the most scute inflammation, without danger.' All external applications are in th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

¦ Elnufi, OniBf and Buffal T.i„„ i ->.„ xi" .- ;l- 'FOR I84**r. "ci rpHE Proprietors of tbe shore Line will ,w X,. run .l^toof re***, BostoZZe^'l™ta COramOsS BUFFALO, for ZSSS0*- of^gm-Upri Fomhea,^o>i„g WeSS?- ctCties not bcretolors ufiered to the En-hr^. lr"»> swam of Not Test, Peitosylrtnia. ^^W' *roo <«¦» The Boatsiof this Line sre of the EIRSTCli«, Ctted w«l furnu*ed with all thecor^ierl .^' a«nniodstion of PACKET8, comm«,ded bv„elf"^ ed Captains, aaoV towed by relays of Hora4. P ***' BOAT ROME.Cspt. H. W. THOMPsov-. TBIiPI^C.pt.AM. TAYLb^' During tha season of l«47, one ot the »bo„ » wiO lease Corning s»d Elmir. .very week in », .' lowing orderr ' r U1 "" W-' Cossiss.every Monday esauing, at 6 o^W P-u Euias. every Monday evening, at 6 o'clock P u Towing down Seneca Lake every Thorsd,. H' ing. touching st BiariStresm. Lodi, »id Dreader, ; teasing BuHalo for Corning snd Elmira, everv W21"** day ssomiiut. '- ¦ »-«'«" Wedoe* FOR FREIGHT OBPAlSSAGE.appIv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

]\[ATI/HE'S OWN REMEDY! THE I.WAlItt -L' BEtSTFRipiND! It is'confidently asseited uui there ssyxs was a medicine wbiih has given imh uniform anil; universal sstisEietion, as WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILI.S. They have stood the severest trials, by curing aben all other remedies faded, and have established a reputt-Hon in tbe face of toe envious slanders .which have been raised against them, SPR1NO, SUMMER, FALL AND WINTER. Each produce, by iheir variations of temperature, pceu bar effects upon ihe human hotly The heat expand, ,«nd the cold contract* ii e volurrle of the ciiculalin^ flu. id, and when changes lake plact suddenly, ihe ertinL. areotlenaeiipus.( Wright's I ndish Vigctible IMUrounteracl the evil influence ofsuClden chnnges," by' puuiunii (he blood, and keeping the stomach blJ bowel", iu a i,a(u. ral and beallbful condition. F«'R FEVF.lt AND AGIE. That scourge of the West,, Wright l,„jiJ(l" re»ettoi. Pill* stand uririvalled. ho in.i.nre has nevei come Ui our knowledge ufth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

Attmm of Uie bemocratlc State Central Committee. ' To the People of Pcnnsyl'oinia: s FEttow-CmatENr:—We claim your attwitiori. 6ncc mote. "«Ve will bo brie'f. In the addresses ve have issued, we have refered to the fact lhat the country is in prosperous condition -Jutt dnnn". the administration of Francis R. SUiink, tho g"Ternment has been judiciously anil wisely adruinis'.ercd: that. Uie rights of all have be«n tvtpirdrol and respected; that the finances have bcrti improver,!. and tho credit of the Statf fully rr-lore<!. and. the fesjodatioD pf aBirtkingfuud, for tlio c:roilu;il p.vraent annually of a portion ofthe pul>h<-J,>-l>'. I"'1-No exlravagant>xpeti(Iiuiri! of publii- iii"t.';y l-n useless objects has occuied. On tin- liinkma .,urf- ; tion, the Governor has pursued a s-uuml. pn«-nr:d. , aoJ judicious conr*0, uuder wliiih the curreiwt ! las beeu greatly -improved, and is no«' cotnpa- j ratirely sound. He has not made iinliScriminuto o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

i\(j. 1., Brick Rowv again io Ihe Field! 'Wm' ^-Cnaniberiin,-BGSt "tT ASj tut relumed frnm the city £2C . -a-A.of .New. york ta^iih a large rt aCO"r^fr<r*\ nopply' of Watches. Jewelry and np v "jRsY Silver ware, comprising in part, vf* ^ JK the following articles;—Lever. (Iwfv'xi JejAJB L"Epine-»riil Plairi Watches, with JJg^Njj^ffl^fi^JS a complete assortment of Gold . Jewelry, such, as Ear Rings, Pin-Rcr Rio;«, Br?a«t'Pins, Bracelets. Locket*, Gold chains. Gold Plena, Kejn, etc.- AI«o, all aorts of Silvernare, and any quantity of Steel Brails—all of which he nfferfoi «lei*ipcecdihg|y chc-ap for CASH. Watches repaired on abort notice, and warranted to run well, or tho money will be refunded, and a written agreement given lo ttwt effect if required. N. B-—MAPLE SUGAR, and Country Produce taken in payment for trork ; and ala >. learn-now, and forever, that the Produce must be paid when the Work is done—I war against credit in »ll ita forma. W. A. CHAMBERLIN, Agent/ Towa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

'©31!AT3lS.i ^12msTr This tctry for Bargaini.' THE anWribrr wooM rcupectfully nay u, his „u eurtoiner. and tbe poblie generally, that ht ha. re-commenced toe rpanufaclure of .Chairs, etc., at h ' ohl chop on the north side of Bridge strert.itj'ihe'build ing ItpoWn as the "Yellow House." He aeep,co0 stantly on hapd, or"arill make loonier. (ln a np„la[ durable *t(r>) ail .rticlea in bis line *, cheap as the ctieapeirt.! His friend* can be surplicJ with ' Fancy, ffuuor and Common Chain.nf differtnl patterns—Settees. Rocking Chain*, ; Cltj/dren't Chairs. e}-c, 4-c. Also—Btdsttadj sod Tables. Ca'I apd mee me at my shop on Budge »ir<,elj ,nj , will aatiat; you lhat you can buy reastWlile. ' ?f- B W'uito wood, Cucuinber »r,J Bas*wool plank, wanted iu exchange for chair* ur.rea«wa>it'«¦-**¦- '• . JESSE TAVhOK. Tntrsrida, J«n, 20, 1847.'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

Merms of the Bradford Before I "**~™" ~ ' rfOf I Two dollars and fiflv cenU per annum : FirrJ t|educterf.if paid within lira year; and lor CA-n ally in advance, Oxr Voulah will'be deilurt«'<1: ^ Subscriber* at liberty- ti discontirrue »'*"-'p U' ct'i (Hyingarrearages. Mostjkiriu's of Corxrar "» leceived in payment, at the market pi ice. |„ Adverl ifenient». not exceeding a iMpi"15 -rij* Iincs, insertnl for fifty cen^; every Tttil-wqucntinse ^^ wenty-five cents. A discount made in yearly "f ^ i J«» PnKs-rtiro, of vntj deSwripuon. neaUv »rs" jerJuioualy enecoted-onnosr andfeshtonahlc ^-^ Letters 00. business portaioiug to tho office am*1. v» of postage, to ensuto attention.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 6 October 1847

k LA ROE assortment of Broad Cloth*. "-, j5 f*£ -Ta- and Salt'netta, which wc have Ion? l**Dt *^ fir selling (rood and cheap, now cheaper tow ^ sad upon which we chatlenrres the world, j"*'^--4 O. D. BARTLE"' Towanda, Nov. 3; 1846, *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

fe LOUISA STEINBERG: |jjB, TOE HIW OF ST. lAWRESCB. (|- ; 'CBIPTBK I. i' ¦'- "You h»ve often begun to tell m/t whet I era. Bat itopp'd end left me to * booOeu inquisition ; ' - including—emy ; no) yet!—Snumtu. ? : It was a se re$, beautiful aftertiedn in Septem-\ ,-. in the year 18—, that I "and my friend Charles =L%,kins, crossed the Susquehanna river, on our | -.«mey.frpra Philadelphia to Pittsburg. The route E% chose led us through Reading and Harrisburg" I-¦.' -Carlisle, at Which place we were to-meet anothfe'fheiul. and together pursue the remainder of pur pisi-ney across the Allegheny ranges to Pittsburg, to feliiich place business of importance called us.' Our ||-iiWj£ \Vas leading us through the fertile and highlit cultivated country of central Pennsylvania. !'fc?r8 a system of'excellent farming combines firth'valuable 'soils, to abundantly renumerate the NLxirer for his ton. ' We did not expect to reach ¦ :) x.uW until the next day; and having abundance c: -.me to accomplis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

I^T^^aEealZII/ pi tDtJtttsbttD morning, (October 13, 185*7.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

Federal Lttllrikei»ft The Bradl'V.I .\r^^. ufSa'u:day. last, u tJ.-.-tor.k to ridicule and make fun .of Mr. Wattle*. 1 y prosonling to the put lie cvrv lit'!!' liinccuraj-v in hi-IcttT. sncii •a.^th'''oitti^.r'ii of c-.n^aTs in their p:uper places—err.Mo in p,'.i:i<"'.ia'.ion. or'lmiiraphy Kr The Argus, v. as called up...] to puhh-h tin1 left'': of Mr. W.. n- rn ait"'^ i'r atid letii'nMon to nr.pr. 'ation- against Mr. Watrh-s ni u lecot i uniboi ot that paper; and. i't his nuii'T t'Vj'¦'.•• ' .'i.'uts'Mr. W toi'.-them lie i.- no letter writ'-, t-t¦' !u< I •i-i.n--r- has been to'swint: the sevth" and hold'the plow, besides wM.-li, Mr Watth-s'^:. railed on-the I-'..!.:. •. and otiered to ptev.ire it. tor the enmp .-t'.or*. b\ correcting cuiy errors in tin- o-th is'rapV . puticti'.-t-. tion &o. Hut they uaid r.o. lli.-y we'll! so,- to lb..". as it »'!!< set tip. But \ ft. ti w .' .f..';t <<! l!ifn \vord. in violation of the rah s o! ,:¦": h"uo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

3f«»9 front <tU JStiuina A few days ago a man of Bethel. TJppexCanad a picked up a box floating on St. Lawrence, nearly opposite that place, which be brought ashore, and having broken it open, found a child three years old in it, wrapped in a blanket, and alive; The Cobunr Star indulges the gloomy freboding that one-half the potato crop of Canada will be destroyed by the Might. Its opinions are based upon information derived from fanners in ] various parts. A young lady was found dead in her bed. at Mods, near Caen, not Ions since—her death was occasioned by sleeping in tight stays to preserve her shape. Mr Samuel McClcman, from Bath Mc, was on Monday evening at Boston, relieved of his pocketbook, which contained $535 and a draft, of $310. j The whig county convention, at Detroit, Michigan unanimously nominated John McLean for President, the friends of Clay and Taylor giving in tber adhesion. , All the papers of the caurt at Keene, N. H„ have been ftolen, so that the court ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

Implant nrom Mexico Failure qf the Peace Negotiations—Renewal jjf llostilities—tke American Troops inthe City ofiMexico —Worth Seriousl y wwndkd. fiy the arrival on the 21s* nit of the brig psceola at Pensacola, five days later news fromj Vera Cruz has be»n received. The Sun of Anahoac has a letter stating that a revolt had taken place at Puebla. and that the Americans at that place aiyi Ihe city of Mexico, had lost E0OO men. It also states that the propositions made by Mr. Trist were rejected, or at least'one portion of them, and that hostilities had /ecommenced on the 8lh, in the afternoon, and that a battle had been fought on that evening by a-few hundred men from Gen. Scott's army and four of the picked regiments of the Mexican army, vi ^ :—the 11th regiment of the line, the 3d and 4th regiments of light infantry, and one regiment of the National Guards, all commanded by Gen. Leon—that the enemy's forces had been badly used up, and that their loss eiceetled 2500. - - ¦ * Trisl's...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

" SHERIFF'S SALE. ; I. ^V xutuc ^ i't^Hi.itirv wnt< af veiidiiictui rximrnw issued , i nut ut iHte'cnuii nf common jileas uf Uradtool co.. l-i me tle-p* led. I slinlt rxfins4' In pmlic sal*" at the house ' of THOS P VVOODRUKK, in the borouRh nf Tiiwnn- ' ija, on Sutiirday, the I3ih uav nf Noveiubi-r ni-xt. at 2 u'l-f'fk, P. M.. die ti>|]<iv\li.^ piiyp or parft-1 of laud, in : • sj'iio^tiiM. ii rut ! ouiidi-d as I, tl,r«s. to we : on .thr tf.irih t'» Uliil of J. ('. Laoy, cast by l-aae, I.icy. mut'i hy i Siii-uiI t'liecVrrs, bihI Weil bv Gi'f. bmitii, cnut.urilei; . about 1'iuhty acri*-with atiout llitein acrei* unproved wi.li one !.»>;; M.mse anj one saw Mill ihi'ie-in- $ t ss» iz. i| and taken in ihe suit of D. W. Smfn, to the a*c ut .\-ithnti liitiht-ock Jr., vs. John L. Nurth. AI#.-i<l.a iHlt'e. or iarce|.'f land situated in the \ towu-hip of Moiiri\ aiuLtinuilded as follows, to wit :— j Bi Kitmir.c :it a-while oak on the warrant. Ihrnce along \...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

^^^^^^ lew^TOertiscminls. ¦ "' *<«« OtitHu, •CTTO^tP i8«in inform the UAk, Jh,,,^. VV r«nrned from New. y„k, with ft.>i U ^« mart fasbjoBat le tlyle at Jlatu 'Cap,, and» f •»-' m.- aUjo.a.lirge an J choice selection of * ,?'" Goods, consist ng of Ptuth Velvet,, &Ua IfS a large assortr lent of Ribbon,, Flower, Pi m* Laces. Afcjraich ^ einbro,^ ehmi^.« fringe* and b 'ack trimming late j »lj 0{ »¦ ,.*'»'»< sold at as low a price as can be putehaserl .i *,ll*» Towanda. October IS, 1847.K ' elJ«lien

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