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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

spaali, iofoim the ctoSa. of Towsaoa sad llwr«blkgeocr.lly, that tk^ new oa band * asxouhrtore |o order alt kinds of CABfNtT FUKNITURE, of Iks bai» amterisls, aad workawoship that can ant IwsoJrWsaed.tosdduicntolkeueaal assortatent in eoarMry sltaps, am will keep s« band a»d : asake to order SOFAS, of various sad mast approved sattemsv Sofa Racking Chairs, upholstered in saperior style, and for esse and durability cannot be auraaaaed even in our large citiesL Aba, the bslf French Mahogany Chair, beautifully upbcfslered, with culled hair, which never loses Hs elasticity, arid finished wilh the best hair seating. We; flalief ourselves thst having bad much experiene* in the bustnsxe, we shall be sbls to satisfy all who may feel disposed to -call, both ax to quality and price, snd by strict -attention to InistDess hope to meiil and receive.lhenitroriageof a liberal community. 7S.M.lWE*CO. TSwsnda, September 1,1845. \ -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

cAmjrET FuturrrvnK MAY BE BAD at our shop much lower then it has ever been sokl ia Towanda. Goods am cheap, and wheat am lowered, and that is tbs reason wa can afford all for to do it. All kinds of produce will ke received in payment. Alee; LUMBEBe-all kinds Sept. t. L.JtjqSYJBJjC| Q. ^ '•E3»aT»at?TaaxT,Jt»eanl| nrVJTILL be kept on hand a large lassortment, and ^^F inade to order oo shorter noriee and for less mooey than can be produced at any. other csUbfissmxentia the lsnd. jTbose who are under lbs .aaraarity nf procuring tbatraWlewill and shall be satisfied, A good hearse siieT pnlfmsy be bad in attendance when desired. 8e|S»mberl.m5. L. M. NYE at CO. £3»j CERTAIN CURE #QR>itEsT"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

^V^|iw*l» mm'ts teeUW* IlrttMry, ANnNTjaWesxTIfjmSisUV , INVENTED BY DR. AVTOHAM^^Sngui sbed Physician of New York:city, aW^ofy'jrMsuccessful.reasedv for that dangerous' aad diatrrsnag complaint—she PILES —ever ottered to an "American poblic Mark this. Il is an INTERNAL REMEDY" —and aii an 'external application, and will cure every case of Piles, either bleeding nr blind, interns! ot external, and probably Ibe only thing.that will. There ia no mistake about il. It is s positive cute,"-speedy sad permanent. Il ia also a convenient medicine to take, ana improves the general heal b in a remarkable manner. Each lux contains twelve doses; at 8J a dose. Il is very mild in itaoprration, and mar be taken in eases of the. most acute inflammation without danger. All external applications are in the highest degree disagreeable, ineonvenie l and oflensive ; snd from the very nature of Ihe disease, inconvenient in their efleols. This medicine attacks the disease at its source, snd (removing the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

" Sigar Coatrd Pilli."—Beware ! fiioliai. FB^HE increasing popularity of Dr. Xi. BBNJ. I SMITH'S IMPROVED INDIAN fVEUETABLE bUGAK COATED PILLS ^ basl induced a number of persons to make sornctbuSg tbej| call ntui and coat litem with sugar, in order to srllibem for tbe genuine, while they do not possess a panicle of t-.e goodness, nor even sssimilste in appearance to tbe origin*). Dr. Smith's Pill*. In abort, tbej are an intended FRAUD upon tbe community. 1A minister who st first had an interest in an imitation pugar Coato1 Pill, manfafactnred in Albany. N. Y^ hi* given them up, aa he say a, on account of ibe miserable dishonest parties concerned in manufacturing ibemi The sime party are now industriously circulating report* calculated to injure Dr. Smiths and ti affect tbemputattoii of bis valuable pill*.; but rslber dun Dotieetaem in pablk. Dr. Smith is about to institute legal proceeding* against them for their slander*, as he has in anothsjr esse against s similar party, in which...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

m&M%'& mf ^ TLfW&tik. 'V J-- ...-.|-^.fe••-.,' ^a^,3*>pi»>CMM»*i^vX^|' --; ^ 3 Sv M. BAKERreaaer^tally tofomstkwpnblMftaal * hieba* commenced the GRAVESTONE besiacsi, in [sll iu branche* , at Tows»da,iwbereihe jwiH be icady. »lisllU>cstoaUend,tosilcalki.mjBX*.b^ ; Montrments, Tomb-tables, Grnve-slonei, of . " I everifttehcrtption, 4*c ej-c, made to I order, and furnished »• cheap as WORK and MARBLB of tbe ssme quality can be obtained al any shnp in the coualry. • •• , :He*rivita*~tk« paMie lo, call and examine' bis work and materials, hoping to merit their patronage by strict attention to1 bunness, and by superior workmauship and good marble. ' LETTEH-CITTTING done with neatness and desplsieh, in the latest style. Shopj on Main MreeVnext door to T. Elliott's storey snd thrrie"door* above Briggs* Hotel. Towanda, M.rch 17,18*7. ' 40y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

A New ifciBgii Old Wtsox. T\B, A, J. COLE would respectfully inform tbecili-JLA len* of Wysot and vismity, thst after diligently prosecuting the study of Physic and Surgery in all iu various branches for better than three year* under the irurnedia l* cant ana] insUnctfon of Nathan 8. Davis, M. D.raf Bioghamtoev in addition to the attendance o0 .^.™"Mld •fe^»*««ur*arfI^«uressttheAIeai-«LCollege of Oenevs,N. Y ^ He feel* a full confluence-In assatina; aisfrienils and patrons that no pains willbn spared to Tender himself aaeful in meliorating tfrnsnaoingsofnis fouow man; and on aU occasion will be found in readiness to giveprompt and careful •Uenuontowehbutfneasin hU tineas rosy fall to hi* bands. Dr^ CM* majr-fae found for the present at the resJdenceafSUB. Martin; Wrsos;,Aprtt St, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

A LARGE ***ortmsnt of Broad Cloths, Csasuncrea, sod Satunetla, which we have long been famous for *euing good, and cheap, now cheaper than ever—and upon which we challenges the world, just received »«;- O. D. ARTLETT. Towsnda, Nov. 3,' 1846.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

WANTED IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS—Wheat, Domestic Flsnnel, Rye. Woolen Socks, Com, Buckwheat, 'Gal*. Flaxseed, , • ^ Butter, White Beans, Cheese, COON SKINS, in short, almost anything, for which liberal price* will be.naid st o. J>. BARTLETT'S. Towanda. Nov. 3, 1846. j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

CAUTION. j "\t7HEREAS my wife ESTHER b»W'^, »(V and board. without sny just "cause ot P""**^ thik is to! forbid all perrons harboring or tro**** mw account as I am detirmioedto p*y nodebt"1 contracting after this date. > „,n« _ 3anton, May 1, 18*7. ,TIMOTHY«]^~ \ CLOVER SEED- ^ A QIAANTiTi'of.uperior new Clover** day received, and for sale ot MERCUR

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

! INSURANCE AGENCY. ^ THE Subscriber eontinues to act as scntfc'''' ,, LAJIVARE MUTUAL INSjL'RAS^l jt PHilxlelbhia, a slock company of good **»»*"* ~ * pi te A does bosines* on as favorable termsss <"J ^ He i* ialso agent for the LYCOMINGI CO-' T JAL INSURANCE CO^ a comp.ny ****£* wiys been punctual in tho pay ment of losats *«s sent* advantage* seldom found- _,, i-tT. Towanda, May 20. \ O. D. B.ABj^ 7ernM ~ aflhe Bradford Rtprt*' " ' - «' ^.u (|W Two dillara and,fifty cents!»r annum ir'Hundeducted if paid within the year; and for ^ air in advance, Oxr Bourn will be ''^ ""l* r? [Sul«cribcrs at liberty lo discontinue *'*"• p,„,r« piying arrcarap^s. Most kinds of Coi-ivs' received in payment, at the market puce- i ^^ I Adverliscmcnbr, not exceeding a »!<"« .L^t, tihe*. inser ted for fifty cents; every so^'"""..,^ Mrenty-fjvecent*. A discount m*deloyMr'-v ^ or Joa Pbi.vti>«, of every description, """-'. pbditioukly executed on now anJ fashion""'" ^'^ ! Letters on b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

SfiLUMBE NATIONAL liAtil'ERRIAN G.ULBRY AND PUOTOURAPHERSFUR.MSB G DEPOTS; awaideuube UoMasdewnrMwsk Fob r first Piernioms, and *lWo Highest Hemn, «* National, the" Mawachusettsl'he New Yort, **>• Pennsylvania Exhibitions, ijrspcctivrly, fcr sweat spiel «lh)"Colored Deguerreottpes and best Apfws ever exliibjied, I* jitrmts taken in exrroisite„*tyle. vtilbast mjari » we* her. ' "^w Ii strucljons giver? irsthc. art. - A large nsxoilrnent of\pparatusiiniIstocx«',aJii' faaml. at the lowest cash brices Mew York. 551 Br.Md.vi*>; PhiWrlpbis, l»<** nut 8.; Bpslon, 75 Court, and 6S Hanover eu.. ¦? timore, 205 Baliimore Si.; Ww.hir>ij>on. Pfrsxjl"* Avejnne; Petersburg, Xa, MtIi-vi*-..' IIjII.L'™* nali] Fourth and Watnni. :md t ;fi Main Si ; *"~ *V Springs, Broadway.; Pan,', 127 Vieillc KurdoTeBsyle. I.iv*rpo<d;r3'i Church St.—»y. ._. Mws^i OT'r/'jjsr bbpssh-£ THOMPSON it CRAWFORD. IT*; HOLESALK Dmggisis, No. 40 Matin ** W]W (Sooth side, below Semrnl.)...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

EiMra, Coming and. Buffalo Liop. for i«m." THE Prostrietors of the above bine'will continn, t, tui'y* liiue of Passage Boats between El.HIKA CORKING and BUFFALO, for the .ceQn.n,«tai«i of En {grants snd Famihef, movins West, affiHilin; W cilrtie • not heretofore offcrc.l in rhe Kmigrsm, frvn'tla secuori of New York, }Vni>-iJi»«i... Tke Boats of this Line s're of the FIRST CUSJ, filled and fornisheil wilh all the convrnwute >ltJ u. comniodalioo*f PACKETS, enmmandedby (ipensf ed Captain*, antl towed by relay* of Hones. BOAT ROME, C»pi. H. W. THOMPSON, - f TEMPEST,Capt A M.TAYLOR. During the season of 1847, one oi ihe anore Ban will leave Corajsg aad Elmim every week in Ike Wlowirig order: Cobsi so, every Monday evening, al 6 o'clock. P. M. ElsIbs, every. Monday evening, at fi o'clock, P. H. Towing down Seneca Lake every Thorwiar iranins, touching al Big Stream, IxmIi. and Drraden. ai leaving Bulfolo for Corning and Ehnira, every Wrssodav jnorning. FOR FREIGHT OK PASSAGE,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

BOOTSkSHOES OFALLKiw T D8T n eeivod from Phdadelphia,«large^JX' •I did ai eortmeat of men's ealf.kip and ttsml c"*' ofrtn $i 10 to,*5 60{ boy's Jo.; Itshts^LT^ walking i hoes; also, fine kid slips and bmky^J kindsofiiveribbes^ do. calf bootees •nd^SSll 11 ehildren'i and Misses shoes of all kinda. **» ' fight, suil tble for every kind of we.ib.rr, YtnVtS kip and toarsc boots tosuh children from 41* is ' oUJ Wti^reotlrsswestogive.rs^ .rti'"' leaver price thwany-other estsbluhroem{*}£*} county. TBUNKBfrontal 60 to«l, oo ^^ HATS ANB CAPS. A laryk sssortment of fashionable Hats rod &«** every kind and deeerirrticWfor sale very low i ja> GROCERIES. "" Molasses, »iig»rreoffee; codfish, No. 1. tnd t M»fa, el, best cjuslily black and grfen tea, from 31,0 .£* a pound!; pulwrijedI and loaf sugar; rice tolsxeV-•perm, dipped and inpuld candle* -, rsitin, by tk, L, or pound, »tarcn,»o»p, segani st 50 cents pet kj^j and in fjiet all kind* ever kept in our line wfcy, J? will find it ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

jBnxawxf* v^^*s«^^^^^?^Csaanxv FOR tawcena of DEAFNESS, fsans, aad Iha aV ' charge of matter from the ears. Alan all tWiende* agrreable saaads, like she tsaaxiaf af icaects, sswiag of waarr—whizxiag of atesxa, sfcc*, she, which am ayarploss* eTspprascaiag »Vsrmms ,ssnl ssssx grwarstlj sxtsadsnt with the di*e*ss^ Icrawy pi nana wlwkwvaasaa deaf for ten, fifteen, and even twenty yastsy and were obliged to use ear trumpets, have, •'¦" a*snnoa« or two bouic* , Ihrowa aside ibeir trumpaw. hsiag UMslspsrbct ty welt. Physicians aud t^rgeoas attalyfoeaBwain J iua».x %,:•¦». The very sjreat nambr/af bsppy rawOtsthat havaJbli lowed the use of SCARPA'S. AjUODSTip OIL, ham been truly sstonisfaing. Aad what is wonderful , snare wb^wsra deaf ftom bir th, have been *o muehuBBtoved a* to bear common conversation very readily. ~ It wonM I* the height of r prtsaaiatiBa to warrant a cure to alt cases, but in hint cases out of trsi af recent date, there i* a certainty thst the result* witt at most bnup...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

Bt>OT& SHOE MAKING. WTBril.COX A SAGEhavtfnissocialra Ihcmseves yf w ' ,n ''"-' Bool and Shoe Moling business, in the bornuch of Tcwstrda/sndumytefoitodrit the ohl gtaml ofS.Uathsway.lsuly ucctipted by Eikansh Smith.neat I. H .Stephen*1 Exchange Hotel, where they solicit • shsre of pubiicpatronage. They intend, by a careft I selec tinn sd,jt»ek ,,pndibj, attention to tbe interest* of their ciisU>rne|r»,to; pakc^*»iie^ (nd doniblr work ss can be man^ifocthredi'irtthis porlioiiof the country. The^Aeep ca lUtantryeatrarid, nnd will manofsetnre to order', tworocco, calf and' coarse boeta and shoe*; Ladui^ ' G*ilers, shoes and slip*; children's do*; gent'* gaiter* and* pumps, dec, Ac' , " JOHN W. WILCOX, - ' PHILANDER SAGE. Towanda, May 14,184

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

0m fHii Tbta'a ¦!••*> FarteV s* cos. assrav nniMir On Bum Tok1! Moody ffc.ls\ , A soldier, dying; lay; ¦ h thoughts were of his atoaataia aossev Boas1 rauaiisad mites away >— ' H* called bis comra** to bra side, Foras^hsd maeb. to say, ft* bvtefevt tram, to those-who wrse Him* imiasamf^saitri away. Hy father, comrade, yoow»n re", Aboal this bloody fray^x. Mj lueatii's staauerrk nay aHrimv Waa safe wiw am to-day. \. . Fv* made a pillow of h now, \ Ob which te>my ear head; \. A winding sheet youTI Make of if, . \ When I aai with the dead. x • 1 know 'twill grieve his inmost »oo* » To thiak thai aever more HI sit wiflthisa, beneath the oak That shades his cottage door. Bat sell the time-wore patriot, That, saiadfal of its laaw, Cpea this Moody battle field, I sallied not his name. My mother's form is with me now, j Her wait is ia miae ear, | And drop by drop, as flows my Mood, 8o drops from her the tear; Then, oh! when yon shall tell to her The tidings of this day....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

Tmnr Faas> are more tasnoae than remarkable.— they wear fat visaed by fi^l^ennepinh* 1689. who gave th*a*aW prtaent mm*, eai.efrffpeet hi hsii pati— aaiat Than nriginnl aama ia Jawg i ens hngoage-, waa Owab-Menah, atranins; filling water. They #we their repetaiioe principally to tV fact that they " rmo"tW navigation rf tie Upper Mississippi. They are smiwaniek- win prairie, ami therefore easily apprcmtsWircas. every direction. Tbe- river here ia perhaps half a mtlewide, and limeades height of the FaUaJ inefcafiag the upper and fewer rapids, ia aaaf 10 rmmeare some twenty-fire er thats * feet, and they a« consequent ly witboot an mtposing feafere. j Thefiae ef the -FaJbma*mriystiaBoVt,bBt brektjn Mirth*centre TryasshngB island,, and jast below! 'dps! 'in\n less thanseven smallerbut more p*itme*usaT'iaTaniln, whh4*-areHeked dewn mpon by isxwp biafla on eimerridf of fber river. Ftirha^ a; arite before the enncr now m asriiTeT. r«r jsso ¦ aaw mmw waters mike their phrnge, they gl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

. , Bar's mattes. ' . BY IIENBY VAUGHN, MBS Wiien first thy eyes onveiW give thy *cml leave To do the like; our bodies bat forerun ' The spirit's duty •, our hearts spread and heave Unto 'their God, as flowers to the sun;: Give him thy tint thoughts then, so shall thou keep Him company all the day, and in him sleep. Yet never sleep the sun upl; prayer should Dawn with the day; there are set awful hours , Twin Heaven and us; the manna was not good After sun rising; fair day sullies flowers; Rise io pievent the sun—sleep douvsins glut, And. Heaven's gate opens when the world is shut. Walk viith thy fellow creatures; itdte the husr* And Whisperings amongst them; tibt.a sprig; Or leaf bat has his morning hymn; each busby And oak doth know " I An;" canst thou dot stag 1 Oh leave /hy cares and follies! go thy way And ihoo art sure to prosper all the day. gf rvc God before the world j lei him not go I'niil thou hist a ble&sing; .then resign TV whole unto him—and remember who Prevai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

Wsumlekftam* CaUsfpalgssa. ¦ > | From HeuUey'i " Washington and his General*.'1] At the hazard of a little repetition, let us take * )iasty review of Washington's campaigns. In the M place, the battle of Bunker's Hill, though of incalculable Jralue in arousing the spirit of the country, came very near proving our ruin by the false li»pcs it inspired in the undisciplined rniUtia. Bei'.-uw- behind breastworks, Where ho evolutions were it) be performed, and ltd manoeuvres of the enomy to be checked, they had broken the veteran ranks nf England in pieces, it was supposed they Mould I** eijual u> them in the open field. Hence the rnu commenced with short enlistments, giving no opportunity lor discipline, and it was a long time U'forc Wasliington could induce Cqngress even partially Jo correct tlie error.•' That hie should be iiHe In kpfp Uie'fieM at all with these cver^diifUng, iudwi|>fjued. unJruniL"he>l troops, is a-wonder;—rani'h siHsnacr is it that he shou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

. The next object that I would attempt to describe on my way up the Mississipp i, is Lake Pepin. It live* ia my asUaoryaath* Hoocon of the wider : nan*, b nan extended portion of th* Mississippi —twenty-thiee mile* long, and from three to saoaT every variety of game; iu shores are gmvaBy aad covered with moat valuable agate*aad imadieus t the water is clear, and very deep; and it yields the very best of nshiln great abundance; My fits* view of Lake Pepin <I wish I knew bowiteame* by that name!) was on one of the most charming evening* that I ever witnessed. Tbe cloudless sly was studded with stars, and the moon sailed ap ward and onward with an uncommon beauty, aa if proud of the wilderness world she was man flooding with her beams. For hours did I sit musing upon the eastern shore, near the outlet, whence !\ could discern no less than sixteen peaks or biuffit, looming in perfect solitude against the boriaonv—" The holy time was quiet as a nun, breathless with adoration.'* Th...

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