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

NEW ESTABLISHMENT j ''i^L^li^-afeWialranHri •peetfly reform the dnaan* of Towi aajfiawd the aWrJlc generally, thai they have on band aVasthulaMiirf lo order all kind* of CABINET FURNITURE, of the beat fasraf rials, aad wortovajahipthMcaarMit be ssjrB**wed ,ia addition to tbeoautl aaawrtaarnt in. eawatry ahepa, wa will keep on bandaris Brake ts eider SOFAS, of various and mest appro*** nattens*; Sola Rocking Chain, aphiltertJ ia superak style, aad for eaaa and durability cannot be wrpaaajsi even in our darge cine*. A lee,'lb* half French Msbegany Chair, beaotifoHy upholstered , with curled hair, which never lose* tta rusticity, and finisbed with the heat hair anting. . Wa latter enrselres that havBig had ranch experience in the busin*** , we shall be aUe te satisfy all wbo may feel dupoecd to call, bath aaslo quality and pike, and by atrict .attention to tmne** nomtoese ttt and receive tbe patreoage of a liberal ce3m nwntty. I~ M.NYE & COf Towanda, September J, 1846. |

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

c^B/jrer vvbjtitvhe j MAY BE HAD « our shop much lower thai it ha* ever been aold'in Towanda. Good*, are cneap, and wheat am lowered, and that t* the teasri*, we can auordall for la do it. AH kinds of predae* {trill be leeerved in payment. Alee, LUMBER*/*ll ki kit. Sent. I. CM. NYE 4 Ct).

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

WLL be kept oa hand a large easwrtiaeotjand aaaile toaroVenahesiernoticeaird fbtleaajroo 1 nay than eaa ha produced at any other estahud>e|<| lhe land. Thee* who ere ander the acre—ivy oifnio. curing that ertide wUI assi slull l» aetisaM. Aped hearse sad avail awry be had ' mttituismen when de&ed. Brnarashar I, IMS. L. M. NYE *V CJO.,

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

A CERTAIN CURE FOR, PILE*! ft. I- UphM's TtfttaUe Utetawry, f : A-N INTERNAL REMEDY. INVENTED BY . DR. A. UPHAM' a distingowhad Ayssoin of New York city, is the only real anccoaafil ¦eaaefy for that dangerous aad digressing eowptaUuV-th*) PILES —ever offered to on American public. J . Mark this. It is an INTERNA L REMEDTj-ond not an'external application, and will core every ease of Pile* * , either bleeding or blind, interne* *• •siernal, and probably the only thing «hat will. There] is no mistake aboot it. It U a positive cure *p«*oj and permanent. It is also a convenient sssslsrJa* intake, ana improve* tbe general heal h m e levnarkaUe manner. Each box contain* twelve doses, at Sg a dose. It is very mild in iuopenraan, and may bertaken in case* ofthe meat acute inlammatioa without, diay r. All external application* are a* the highest degree-disagree ab(e, inconrenie I and offensive ; and from lhe very nature of Ihe disease, inconvenient in their effects. Thi* medicine attacks tbe ...

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

• Sigif Coated Pilli,"—lewut I Cutit*. **¦*>! E increasing popularity of Dr. G. BEN J. I SMITH'S IMPROVED INDIAN VEGETABLE SUGAR COATED PILLS, has induced a namber of persona to make something tbey call si Lis aad coat Ihem with sugar, in order lo sell thesa for the genuine, while they do not po—su a pertieat of I e goodness, nor even asaimilete in appearance as lhe original. Dr. Smith's Pills. Ia abort, they are en intended FRAUD opon the coesafunity. A minister who st first had an interest in an imitation Sugar Coaler1 PilLmanafaetared in Albany. N. Y^ haa given them op, as be says, on account of the miserable dishonest parties concerned in nnnnfacsoring Ihem. The nase party are now indestrioosiy eircnaating report* oicuUted to injure Br. Southland fi affect the rapotation of his valuable pitt* •, bat father than notice them in pnbuc. Dr. Smith is about lo institute legal proceedings against ihem for their sunders, ss be basin another esse against a similar party, in which ...

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

A Natural Remedy. WE CAN confidently arBraa-lha* among medicines designed fur general use, none stand higher in popular estimation, than ' ¦ < ' WBg* I UdrM vegetable Hilt. Hardly a day posses but we leeqv* testimonials in their fsvor, and the moat enthueiaauc' are those- who have longest used them. What better prove ofexceHeaee eoeld we ask ? In them, we behold/ a signal triumph of principle over parjadice end' troth over defamation;. Tbe principle* upon which this celebrated medicine is fonnded,are beautifollyailnple. Every one ia aware that, in a state of sickness , the stotnscb snd bowels are irregular and di*oiil*KsV, Of aoarasJaa long* **> sbey continue in that atate, the; land i* badly digested, and' the blood, in consequence of being badly prepared, i*. less fit for the proper support of beaitfv and life.— Should. the stomach and bowels conunae disoidcrcd, the mischief extends; the corrupt humor* eolTeer apt* that organ that ia weakest and least able lo throw t...

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

A New thiig ii Old Wvsox, DR. A, J. COLE wonld rasfMctfully inform the citisens of Wyaox and vUinity, that after diligently prosecuting the study of Physic arid Surgery in all iu varwaa.braneha* for batter than three years under the immediate care and instruction of Nathan 8. Davis, M. D., of Binghaaaton, in addition to the ettendance on a fall and thorough court* of Lecture* at the Medical College \pt Geneva. N. Y. He feels a full confidence in aaMrtag his friends and patrons that no. pains will ha spared to render himself useful in meliorating UMaaSarnigeev- lswseHew man ; and on all occasion will he fossa! hi wndiaaa* to give prompt and careful alantion te*oeb asjrineai in hi* tineas rimy foO to hi* hands. Dr. Cols ma* he found for the present at the re*ideoceofD. E. Martin. Wyaox, Aprd SI, 1847. A LARGE assortment of Broad Clotba, Caarimeres, and SatlinetU, which we have long been famous for selling good and cheap, now cheaper than ever—and upon which we challenge* the world, ju...

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

*m NEWiDRTGOODsr^ CrSWSMr *>T Jmminmmd *H**e^«b *aHr TU8T OPENING, at U»eorn« of aogk.k 'W •I etrest, • wefl^alected ertnrrhssut of ¦**>_??>* issaahk DRY GOODS, which wit bemkj ii? lour far raady pay. j The stack eoaaasa in snn^r^ iietino li, tmmA, gmgham, .rpaee* , dmmmiLsx ^ * print* in town,. edgiBgs^iMerluiga, Swim aad jlT • brie ^ maslinajliiawy, eanfaw fhranrl, (^jr Menebed and brown naslny, (not Is Se aurpaaaed) tHlint^eJkKh ,eaasasir*. • "*¦ "?!?!W*°t ""d b"dt &^* > 9oa*4 hano^drchr* , ce^ aad poagoe hdkT*, giogham cravat* , plaid ¦sarab, woc4c»aifr«^ers ,eolloav*pBHaaarat * thread, sewing silk, eotaaa battt, aaek. pina, needsai, apool cotton, took* aealZL enspes sfcr, *hntaad metal battens, mkhmmnmi. er articles, nsoally found in a atare, aat Ji* . The pubKe art invited lo call and exasjia* ,tlTr? rreforaforcfiaaing rJeewhere, aa tbey wiU bseaWeW er than at any other ralahlishsseat in town. ^^ Towanda, Noj. 11. .H.iyHAlAsVTio

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

BOOTS & SHOES OF ALLKUHis TUST received from PhiUddphia,, tap^X' J didaaerjrtasintofnwn'scalf.kipaiideaara.i?' ofrm f I 50 to #S M); boy's do.; lailje.^SenT5 walking shoe*; also, floe kid clip* and basing. *Sm kind* of overshoe* \ do. calf boptees and beed uW .children's and Mine* *hoe* of all kinds, hetrrnl hght, suitable for every kind of weather, VoauV, e* kip and coarse jboou tosuit childiea frea>4ie 12 Jm old. We pledin ourselves to give a better •rtkleV^ lower price thk* any other e*l*brishmenl ia Brs&j county. TRUpiKS from $1 60 to $18 00 ^IATS AND CAPS. A large assortment of fashionable HaU and Cam J every kind ana description for sale very Ion ] GROCERIES. Molasses, sugar, coffee, codfish, No. I. and 3 Juckir el, best quality black and green tea, from 31 to (a eem a pound ; poljeriied snd leaf sugar; rice tobaera.saot sperm, dipped and mould candles; raisins by lh7£J or pound, *tarj!n, soap, segars at '50 ceatr. per hwalsM and in .(act alljkinds ever ...

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

^ Wm. Mallory. Corning-.-. . ! ». B. Sirang' A Co, Bjortra.-I Wmlermnte de Tultle, Rbriehathxj A\ Nash,- Havana. j fi.t>. Townsend, Big Stream I Woodworth & Post, Lodi. j Price & Holly, Genera.-I <S«y A Ssreet; Waterloo. ~ ' I J. Shoemaker, Seneca Falli. - ! Baker & Ross, jlrfmrriuwo. ' H, AVright. Rocheetery ' H. Nile*. Buffnh. IfihttjjvlBE NATIONAL liAGCBlWttNI WtV Mi bERV A*D PHOTOGRAPHERSniRPilSBWG DEPOTS; awarded tbe Gold snd Klwr lh*ev Four first Premiums, snd Two Highest Hoaan, srw Nstmnsh the Massachusetts, the New 9«rtV sat m Penn«ylysnia' Exhibitions, respectively, far lit as* splendid Colored Daguerreotype* and best Apaanu ever exliibitcd, PortraiU taken-inexjjuisit* stylfc, wnhoot rrnri * we^therj ¦' '^Instrqctions given in thVaif.- r A large assortment of Apparatus aod:Stbel *r*>.r«* band, at] the lowest cash prices '' New York, 551 Broadway; PbiladH'phis, 138 CWnot S.;' Boston, 75 Court, and 5fr Hanover So.; w limore, JS05 B...

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

Elmira, | Coruin* aiid fttffiir) Liir, T l ronni^ HE Proprietorii of the above Line will conriiwrii run ajLine of Passage Boat* belvreen ELMIRA, CORNING and BUFFALO, for thesccommojtas of Ernigranjs onif Fumihes, moving We*V«ftordii!g aeilmes-notnrretofore oftend to the Bmigraril) frt>ott» section of ^eir York, Penn^lvsnw. The BoaU^ of this Line are of Ibe FIHST CtASS, fitted snd furnished with all Ihe convenience ami kcommodatiitn otPAl^'KETS, commanded by eiprriroo ed Captainji, and toned bv relays of Horse*.-boat Home, c*pt. h. w. Thompson, TEMPEST, Cspt- A M.TAYLOR. During ihe season nf TS47, one ol the shove Btsu will Irnee t'oming and Elmira- every week in the fctlowing orifcr;- CossisaVievery Monday evening, at 6 o'clock.?. M. El«i»», every Monday evening, at fi o'rlork, I*. M. Towing! down Seneca Lake every Tburadsy Dionmar. touching at Bit; Stream, Lndi. snd firrsrln, «*. * leaving-Buffalo'for Gorrring and Elmira, every rVna»» day morning. FOR rlRENHftF OR *&...

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

•rHOMPSON & CRAWFORD. ¦««JHOLESAI.E Dtuggisis, No. 40 M.rW«* ffl (South side, below Second.) rTiil«Wf»* offer for sale a large stock of Fresh Drug?, MeHrW and Dyc-SlulTs, lo which they call the »«fnWI1 Country Merchant* and Dealers visiting tbe <»<?¦ Coaih, Cabinet, Japan, Black and other *»™'I J || a superior quality. Also, While aad Red !>«•* dow Gjlas*, Paints and Oils—cheaper lb** *»"• _ <Xj"lT. « C. are also proprietors of lbs WB» '^, table Balsam, celebrated throsgbeot *»«¦ .»»»"J ncighborrmr Stare* , as the best preparation *J*,-of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, &e. Money 'eW1*0 every irwUncewhere no benefit is receive* Philadelphia* Jan. 8. 1847. j; - f "~ CACTTIOM. ^ "ITTJHEREASmy wife ESTHER b«W»i»r VV | and nourd wiiboot aay jusWesase9'F^rJthi* hi to forbid all persons harbsriag *r •"*"*. ^ my secount as I am determined to pay aodrba rontnicting after thi* date. - __,«« C.|,ton, May 1, 1847. TIMOTHY/&»* ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 7 July 1847

Hot t« Myself Alone. * Not to myself alone, -I The Hale opening flower transported cries—" Not to myself alone I bad and bloom ; With fragrant breath the breezes t perfume^ And gladden all things with my rainbow dyes; The bte comes sipping, every eventide, , His dainty fill; The bouerfly with my cop doth hide * From threatening ill." "Not to myself alone," The circling star with honest pride doth boast—»• Not to myself alone I rise and set; I write upon night's coronal of jet His-power and skilLArho formed our myriad host A friendly beacon at heaven's open gate, I gem the iW, t 4 That man might ne'er forget, in every fate,' His home on high." * Not to myself alone, The heavy-laden bee doth murmuring hnm—" Not to myself alone from flower, to flower I rove the wooi, the garden'and the bower And. to the, hive at evening weary come: .' ' For man, for man, the luscious food I pile With busy care, f . Content if this repay my ceaseless toit-= A scanty share." '> ' :>&amp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 7 July 1847

_ T-QWAypA: lDtbn««6aa HUwntofl, Julfi 7» 18*7.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 7 July 1847

History of the Seat or Govcnuneat. [It » becoming » common for every pernn who travel! U til a visit the city at Wmtb'mgton, that the (allowing.analysis of i paper recently read before the New Yon HiUoheal So-I netr. t>v Mr. Joseth B. y*»"«r3t. la., on the jHiMory of the Federal »eai of GovernIlle,nl,,, and which appear* in a report of their proceedings, will be read with interest.) * Before the establishment of the District of Columbia, Congress occasionally met, according to theexigencies of the case, or the convenience of members, at Philadelphia,'Baltimore, Lancasten Yorktown, Princeton, Annapolis, Trenton and New\ York. The different States, in me meantime, coveted the honor of the national <-ityl New York offered\ the' town of Kingston ; Rhode Island, Newport; Maryland, Annapolis; and Virginia, Williamsburg. V f)n the 21st Cetober, 1783, Congress, insulted it Philadelphia by a-band of mutineers whom the\ wale authorities were unable to quell, adjourned to Princet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 7 July 1847

[From llcaitlr>'» ¦• Wu»hiogton and hi« General" " 1 Arnold at Bemlt' Height*. Gates took Arnold's division away from him, and gave it to Gen. Iincon, so that when the' second baiilc of the 7th of October occured, he, the bravest, and most successful General in the army was without a command. This outrage was enough to madden a less stormy nature than ItisJ and be immediately demanded a passport to Washington.— It was smutted ; but on a second thought be concluded it would have an ^gly look to leave the army on the eve of an important engagement, and, resolved to remain. He was in the camp when the carmonndina of the 7th of October commenced, and listened' , one may guess with what feelings, to the roar of battle, which was ever music to-his.stormy nature. As the thunder of artillery shook the ground on which he stood, fbRowed by the sharp rattle of musketry, his impatience and excitement could be no longer restrained. He walked about in the-greatest agitation--now pausing to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 7 July 1847

IProm the Sfcwmrk Daily AdverUacr.) A Domuncnhn. I trust there is no act of the Legislature against young men, students or professional, rifttntr early, and cutting wood, or taking some other vigorous exercise before breakfast.' The very common practice of getting up only to a late breakfast, is a great waste of time iiml strength. It is hardly compatible with the elasticity and. vigor of cither mind or body, necessary to a successful prosecution of any great work in life. The instances are rare, if any. of men who are slothful in the morning, and yet -efficient in the great duties of mankind. Even in respect to comfort, your late-to-bed and late-to-riseis a great loser. See him languidly enter the breakfast room, with his eyes, half open, and wits half shut. Is he the man yon envy? Theghorf . of rottrcU)rt><] hrmrc and nhad*x> of oborlire purpfsfes, not being up in tim; to hear, the cockcrow, as other less terriflie and less pertinacious apparitions do, haunt h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 7 July 1847

¦ W« Fmrf* lm mOmmem. We parted in silence, we parted by night On the banks of that lonely river, Where the fragrant limes their boughs anile, We met, sad we parted forever. The night bird sang, and the stars above, Told many a touching story, , Of friends long passed to the Kingdom of Love Where the soul wears its mantle of glory. We parted in silence—our cheeks were wet With the tears that were past controlling; We vowed we wonjdnever, no never forget, And those vows m the time were consoling; Bat the lips that ecjfoed the vows of mine, Are as cold as the lonely river; And that sparkling eye, the spirit's shrine, . c< Has shrouded its fires forever. And now on the moonlight sky I look. And my heart grows fall to weening; Each star to me is a-sealed book, ¦ Some tale of that loved one keeping!' We parted in silence, we parted in tears, On (he banks of that lonely river. But the color and bloom of those by-gone years, Shall hang o'er its waters forever. - > .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 7 July 1847

The Reporter for One Dollar I rrtmtum #• »*« ****> •**» prmemrtn* !»• grtrnt t- mmm*n **t JV*m MalufcrfSvra / &- Two pROPOsmows.—We propose to furnish the Bradford Reporter to clubs of not less than ten. .at a*ny Post-office for one' dollar per year. The order W the same to be accompanied ,Wiui the cash in all cases, Present subscribers WW» wish to avail tberoseWesdfthi* offer, will be retnriredj to settle up all arrearages.. We will send the Reporter free at charge to all new1 subscribers, at any Post-office, tohere we obtain the greatest number of new subscribers during the year, or until die close of the present volume. Present subscribers who wish to avail themselves of this offer, can do so by settling up arrearages, ^ aid commencing anew. - Our ob^sct is not so much to make money, as to render service to tho cause of Democracy during the coming canvaW The Federalists are putting forth extraotdinary efforts to defeat tho Democratic nominees for Governor and Canal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 7 July 1847

General Taj-Ior'a Democrat. The FederaLorgan of this county, of last week, makes a flat-footed acknowledgment that Gen. Taylor is "as gooda Democrat as there is m the land." Of course there ends all support or countenance from the Bradford Argus. That print is=too. deeply imbued with the taint of Federalism to think of supporting a Democrat. For ourselves, we admire the character of Gen. Taylor, and especially the modesty, ability and good taste displayed in his official despatches. That lie is a man of 'w.orth cannot he lie doubted; and, if Ids political principles are such as we hope to find them,and such as the Argus'declarcs them be, and should he be made the candidate of the Democratic party, we shall yield him our cordial support,—taking it for granted that the party shall first be satisfied that the principle* of Gen. Taylor fully harmonize with the Democracy of the country, in reeard to the great cardinal principles of we^have so long and steadfastly labored to maintain. ffh...

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