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

Thtv GraefenbirMVegeiaWe Pills. Twenty thousand boi« »Wd each andtrtry week! THE GRjEFENBERGCOMPANV herrby give noiirr, that P. C. INGERSQLL, Elmira, for Uhemutig, Tompkins,Cayuga. Seneca.Ontario, Allegheny, Tales, and feteuben counties, N. Y,, and for Bradford, Warren, Crawford, Tioga, Potter, M'Kcan, Eric, Clinton, Center, and Wyoming counties, Penn. Tho General s\gcnl is fully preparcd\to appoint sub-Agents wherever there is no branch of ihe Company ; euher on persons! application, or by mtU.post paid.— Tbe rapid sale of those eele.brjted pills and the extraordinary cures they are constantly effecting, render them, by fir, the most popular pill of tha age. An^Agency will consequently bo very valuable. \ The Graefenhcrg Pills are inconceivably superior to any ever before discovered. In all bilious complaints : in genera! derangement bf the system . in aft disorders which result ftom a bad slate of the blood, these pills, are n sovereign rrmedy. In ihr 'lass of disease callrj chron...

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

.f 1'ery important .Communication TO ALL rF.KBOSS 131 ALL PLACLS, .'^ At all limes. AND I'NDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES. IF YOU ARE KICK, get cured : if well, employ measures to rontinue so. Every individual indulges in habits, which must, to a gresfer or lesser extent, disarrange the admirable and intnrsie combinaUons which form the system, and conseipjently EVEHT I.VIIITllll- 1L should possess some mild,yet ellicacioos. simple and accredited agent for preserving all the functions of (he body good orjer. _ DR. WOOD'S Ssn-AFARtllA AXD WILD CIISURT .SITTrnS will achieve this result, and sh »uld be in every family, an,l in tbe hand.-of every person, who by busmrsr, .profcssion or general course of life, is predisposed to thf very many little ailments thai render life a curse, inS ead or a blessing, and finally icsuli, in lUtir aggregatedicoiiditiou, is the cause OF DEATH. The Bitters here mentioned are compounded :bv a roan of grejn" skill and knowledge, from the simple! Nature presents to t...

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

c.or.rT ''rvnE MAY BE HAD at our shop mucljloiwer than it has ever been sold in Towanda. :%Goods are t besp, and wheat am lowered, and that ia thffreason we can afford all for to doit. Al! kinds of. produce will be received inpayment. Also, LUMBER of all kinds, Sept. I. L. M..NYE -r CO.

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

m &a\ ,m jjv. v tp © 21 sr, in Towanda. H .M. BAKER respectfully informs the public that . he has commenced the GlUVE-«TONB businrss, in all its brunches, nt Towanda, where he will be icady at all limes lo attend lo all calls in his line. Monttmntli, Tomb-talilfs, Gravestones, of every ttesrrhilion, <5"f., 4"t-. ' made, to order, and furnished as cheap os WORK and MARBLE of the same quality c*n belobUiincd at any shop in the country. He invites the public to call and examine his work and materials, hoping to merit, their patronage by strict attention to business, and by superior workmanship and good marble. LETTER-CUTTING done with ncalnceg and despatch, in the latest style. Shop on Main street, next door to T. Elliott's store, and threr doors sbovr Unsus' Hotel. Towanda, March 17, l.">47. .Jfly

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

Elmira, tiifoi ind Bnffil Lints-TM-t 184T. *, *-»v|r-THE Proprietor oVftha Son tinsnriU eowu. run. Line of P,.„ge i<d?fewe«.TS,t* CORNING ^.-pgSl^ttSaSaof Emigrant* and Faiiliaa, movinf West, »Ba^ cilities not heretofore offered to the Emigrant. fr«*?.vT section ot New York,fPeDoayl»ani«. ^m™m' "oa> <-»• The Boats of this Line are of th« FIRST ci »ao Blted and furnished with ail tha wn»t»fcn<* .3™' commodation of PAC SETS, commanded b» a^'^' ed Captains, a'nd toied by relays of Horses, **"*" BOAT HOME, dpi. H. W. THOMP8CW « TEMPES T, Capt. A' M. TAYLOR ' During tbe season of 1847, one ol the abov, B~. will lea»B Corning a ad Elmira every week in HuTTf lowing order: ™* Coax two, every Mohday evening, at 6. o'clock P »r Elhias, every Monday evening;, at 6 o'clock P ti Towing down Scheca Lake every Tbnraoav bvJ«' ing. touching at Big Stream. Lodi, and-DreaderTa^ leavuig'Buffalo for Corning and Elmira, every Wedai.! day morning. I -*-*»»• FOR FREIGHT] OR PAS8...

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

loins of the Bradford 'Report-. T« o dollara and fifty cents per.anjum i F,rTJ''!,11. drdumrd if^Sii within the yrar; and for CASH *• allv i 1 advance, Ovs Duller will be detlucted. Su rscriRrrs at lilierty to discontmne st any t""'- paying arrearage*: . Mom kinds of Coryrnj r*ovV n-ci i<ed in payment, al the market piice. ^ AijvertiWmcnts. not exceeding a square of ^ lines) inserted for fifty cents; every subsequent 10** ^ twenjly-five cents. A discount made to yearly adv ^ Jnja PmnTijro, of every description, neslly • peilitjiously executed on new and fashionableIT?e JrtlBsj Litters on business pertaining to the office roust, ree df postage, to cnsuie attention.

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

s XEimiS &2VT) L-3aT)SrJMli3,l)Ss •frfmrti 'HE subscribers, slill continue III- " m *° ,n*nuf"rlure and keep on hand fff-fmt (If at their old stand, ail kinds of cane Ur***jif and Wooi! seat CHAIRS^ also —i—Hgasigs ^^y SETTEES of various kinds, omT vS<&*3SJf BEDSTEADS of every descripm ^ l^vlvl tion, which we will sell low for-1 II\^« cash or Produce, or White Pine jjfi, — jt ^^% lumber, While woxi, Bass wood, ^0"^" or Cucumber cl air plank, or 4 by 4 Srnnlling 13 feet long—either Bultonwood, Basswood or,Maple, will also be received for our work. Turning done to order in the neatest manner^ - TOMKLNS & MACKINSoN. Towanda, Feb. 22, 1847.

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

SHEPHERD'S MEDICINES. covsisTrsn or VfrmifoSf/SaiaDparilla, Consb Candy, and Fcrcr / and Ague Pills. OF THE VERMIFICE, noihing more need besaip than what is said in the following ceruficalss of reidnis of Luzerne county: 8alix, May 17, 1SI7. I used Shepherd's Vermifuge for two of my children. It operated well, and expelled a quan'ity of worms. I can recommend it as a valuable medicine. " Isaac Cobtiuobt. Tow.v Hill, Jsn. 20, 1847.--John Knons. Lsq.— Dear £4tr—You will please send me four bottles more of Shepherd's Vermifuge. The three bottles purchased of you a short time ago have been used with the happiest effects. They were given lo three of my children—in one case 65 worms were expelled, in another 164, and in Ihe last 67. I am anxious to give the rest of my familv the benefits of this medicine, and therefore order-as above. This is decidedly the best article for drsrrov iug worms that has ever been in this part of the country. I have tried On-ick's, Reakiel's and several others...

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

»«»V'Hr33^r»a»rsijr>"m/' .»L.jL.«» H S. St M. C. .MEKCL'R, have rerarived their • GOODS to the Store formerly occupied by H. Mix & Sons, north side ofthe public square, where Ihcy ore prepared to supply th.ir customers as hereto, fore. Towanda. March 17.1847. „ LADIES can find a superior assortment of DRESS GOODS St CLOAKING*}, at MERCUR'S.

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

WILL be kept on band a large assortment,- and made to order on shorter notice and for less money than tan be produced at any other establishment in the land. Those who are under the necessity of procuring that article will and shall be satisfied. A good hejrsrand pall may be bad in attendance when desired. Srpl.mlirr 1. IMS. L.'M. NYE St CO.

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

'I EN I OITSAM) PERSONS THAT HAVE I'SEU DR. I'PHAM'x ELECTUARY fir lbr PILES. CHRON.C.DYSENTMvY INFLAMMATORY DISEASES AND SEVERE <"<.»TlVEsNESS5, h*ve given ihrir certificates of cures ina.le by its»usr, whenSll other remedies have failed, and he J reprietors are n -w prepared lo offer 1 ONE HUNDRED DOLLAfS to,anv pertrons nfiiiciej wuh Piles, and all diseases of 1 sjtniiir nature, or w locS are lorn d in ; Colijuie lion.with lbr Piles, if a cure l- net alVece-' by the ,u-c of

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

DR. I'PHAM'H VEGETABLE ELECTUARY. it is an Ivnsvii Ki.vtKnr. not an'< xn rhsl applir.iiion. anil wi;l core any rase ¦ f Piles, either bleeding or blind, inirriod 01 external, and the only ihini; thai wilj. There is no uptake about it. It is a positive cure, speedy and jHprtnanent. It is also a convenient.uiediciiie to take, and improve the general health -.in a jemarkable manner. It is very mild in its operations, and'may be taken in casrs of the most scute inflammation, without dancer. All external application's ate in the highest degree disagrreable. inconvenient and offensive ; and from the verv nature ofthe di-ease", temporary in their effect*. This medicine attacks llij"'alisr&se al lis- siinrce, and removing ibe cause, rende* the -urc certain and permanent.

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

INFLAMMATORY DISEASED. Although the Electuary was on'ginatly prepared tor the cure ol Piles, yet it has proved itself In tie a medicine far superior 10 all oifirrs. in all di-e\*ea of an inflimmi'ory ihararter, with ai dvtermioa'iOii of Moot) to anv pa;tirul.ir part ol- organ.* In InfisaTimaiion and Congestions ol i|,e Liver and Sfphen; 'Inflammation, S..renes« anil ("let-rati n of the Ki'omarhe..Bowels. Kidnrys and BHiddrr : InHimmatory and Mercurial Rheumatism, n is ihr l-est medicine rvrr discovered.

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

IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD. For all (mpuiiiies of ihe f^lood. arising ftom the-, mprudeni use of Mercury, or other causes ; lor all diseases of ihe skin and scrofulous affections ; in all eases where the hjoo,! is powerfuli.v determined to Ibe head, producing dixziness and distress. Dr. Uphara's Electuary is entirely limivalled. TO MARRIED LADIES. Married ladies are almost invariably subject to ilia! •painful and injurious disea-e. the Piles, with consequent wfl.rmmmion of the3tomarh, Bowels, and Spine, weakness of the Back, flaw ofthe blood • i,, ihe head. &c. The Electuary is pjrferily saff for pregnant ladies and the n o-l useful Cathartic thai can possthly be used, and it wiilnol only remove the Piles and all inflammatory diseases without pun t<r irritation, but will' ensure an easy time, a safe delivery, and a sound constitution in 'the offspring.

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

G. W. NcLEAN. late ofthe U. S. N. PAIL XDELHPIA CERTIFICATE. DR. t'PHAM—Una Sta.—'About five vears 9gn J was afflicted with what was called Chronic "Ovsentery. I have suffered with it ever fu.ee. an 1 physicians have told me thai my liver <v», affected, and lb rt my bowels were ulcerated, lor blood and pus. aitendrd with a peculiarly putrid smell, i,ere the frequent discharges. A short i^rnr si nce' I made a visite to Massachusetts, in hopes of benefit from a,change of air. but suffeted more sev.re.) th«n ever bef.rr. While there a phvsician offered lo cure me for $10, in three months. ' Happily, in the midst ot intense painl occasionally relieved bv laudanum. I saw in the wrapperof your Electuary, a'perfect description bf my complaint, logethrrnith many ccrtifirales of curt;-,. This gave me great confidence in the medicine, and I purchased a ho*, and nine doses, of which has apparantly cure.) me, and I am prepared to say every thing in its favor, or render any service I can ...

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

CAPT.G.JV': Mrl.EANS CERTIFICATE. RiltWAT-, June 16, IS17. I have been affl cted for years with the Piles, and have Iried. wnhoiit an< thing like permanent brnefit, almost even-thing a-suming the mar, of a remedv. I had. as a mailer of course lost all. confidence in medicine. Under this feeling, I was induced—not without reluctance. I confess—to use "Upuam's Eslcti-aiit." am! having u-ed it ,for about three weeks acror.!in* to thr directions laid dowri^J 6n.f, to my ultrr surpri-e. as wrlla.salisfanion, lhat every symptom ofthe disease has left me. I think it due alike lo Dr. Upham and myself to make t is statement.

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

No. 1., Brick Row, again in llie Field! W« •*• Chambertin, . jrsj-sj *#T-|AS Ju*' retumed from the city Jt-s-SssV., •¦*-*¦ of New York with a large y^"E"sjtt?"> "uPply of Watches, Jewelry and »/*\ Jwtel8b"1rer "arc, comprising in part, \V 1 Tatar* 'h<! '°"0,v'n1S articles?.—Lever, ^f0C< a) <^S»P L'Epine nnd,Plain Watches, with eSfcJy&JgyBst' a complete assortment of Gold Jewelry, such as Ear Rings., Finger Kin;«, Breast Pins, IWelcts, Lockcis, Gold chains, Gobi Pen*. Keys, etc, Also, all sorts of Silverware' and.my ipiamny of Sirrl Br.itl._all of which he offer, for si|,. rxcerrdinglv rhrap for C ASH. Wa'rhrs rrpainil oh short 11,dire, and wirrnnled lo run w.-'l.or the i>r».i,ry nil! be rrf.inded, and a writtrii-.igreriiuMit given:To tb.;! cllect if required. • N.. ».—MAPiVE SUGAR, and Country Produce Triken in payment for work; and aim. learn note, and forrrrrjhr.l the Produce muttbe paid n-hrn tht'worli is done—1 war against credit tn „ll...

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

'0.HAitRSJ ©SH_^2313J This way for Bargains ! THE subscriberj would respectfully say to 0i,0y rustomers and the public generally, that he bar re-commenerd tbe manufacture of Chairs, etc. at hi». old ah >p 00 thencrth side of Bridge street, in tbe'builo. tng known as ih« '• Yellow House." He keeps eoostantly on hand, iir will make to order, (in a nest siM durable style) alljarticles in hU line as cheap a, nj, chrajs-st. His friends can be supplied with Fancy, ^tflnsoi and Common Chairs, of differ, mtpatlcmi— Settees. Rocking Chairs, .Childlren's Chairs. &]-c., lye. AIso-j-Bcdsltads and Tables. Oa-'l and see me at my shop on Bridge afreet, and t will satisfy you that you ean hoy reasonable. - N. B Whho wood,. Cucumber and Basswood plank, wonted in exchange for chairs • uoreasotisb'e l<,r .m8" , , JESSE TAYLOR.' Fnwanda. Jnn 20. 1847.

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

VA'I I liE'.stiWN REMEDY! THE INVALID -L > B LS r FRteN D ! Jt is confidently tswted thst there ski sn wai a medicine which Has given sucbuniform and uuivenal salisfaetinn, a* WRIGHT'S NIHAN VEGETABLE PILLS. They have slojod the severest trials, by curing when all other remedies fulled, and have established a reputation in the face of the envious slanders which hare been raised aaainst lb >m. SPUING, SITMMER. FALL AND WINTER. Each produce, bjy their variations of temperature, peculiar effecis uponjihe human body. The heat expanda. »nd the cold contracts ll e volume of ihe cuculating fluid, and when cllauges lake place suddenly, Ihe effects arroltnis-riou.. W right's Indian Vegetable Pills count. r..ct ihe evil i, iflurnre of sudden changes, by purifying thrhlon,!, mu\ keepme the stomach ar.d l«wels»in a natural and bealtht.il condition. FOR FEVER AND, AGUE. That sennrce |f tlie West. Wrifjhi'a Indian Vegstsh), Pills stand unBivalled. An insiaHce has never come lo our U...

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

^/ACOUSTIC 0ILH.45 Trf7l t« etar am ra» I V»" F IR the cure of DEAFNESS, pains, find the sliackarge of matter from the ears. Also all those disagreeable sounds, like Ibe buzzing of ii sects, falling of water, whizzing of steam, See,, &cu, which are symptoms uf approaching deafness, and also generally attendant with the disease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten. fifteen, and even twenty years, arid were obliged to useear trumpets, have, after using one or two bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeons highly recommend its use. The very great number of happy results that have followed the use of SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC OIL, have been truly astonishing. And what is wonderful, none who were deaf from birth, have been so much improved as lo hear common conversation very readily. \l would be the height of presumption to warrant a cu«\in all cases, but "in nine cases out of ten of recent date.'Hnere Is a certain.ty that the results wil...

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