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

The Saddlri and Harness Business ISrtineontrauell'yELKANAHSMiTH.J; CULP ACT. SMITH, under the Firm of Bmituah Smith A CO, at Jhe old stand North side of the Public Square, where wiB be **pt constantly on hand Best Plsto and QuiW Saddles, Plated and Common Harness, all kindslof Trunks, Valicea, and all other work in their linej Carriage "Fpmming q> Military work done to order. . Fiom their experience udpunctadity, they are in bopes |d receisc* sbaie of public patronage. Work can be hedlat their ahop a* cheap a. at any otm r shop irHhe conntl of the ssme quality. May 18, *47

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

SHOES—LadUa' Miase* and Children'!, a hnevsnety onbaodhl ie» "" BETTS'.

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

ORPHAN'S CODRT SALE. IN pursuance o an order of Ihe -Orphan's Court of Bradford coun y, held at Towsnda, Tnsnd for said county," on the 14 h day of May, A. D. 1B47, will be exposed to sale' b r public vendue or out/cry onHhe premises, on Wcdnej day the 38th day of July, A. D7r*47, at I o'clock P. It ..the following piece of land situate, in the township • f Springfield, bounded north by the county rood leadit e from Troy to Tioga Point, and by land* of Sy WerterjLebnard, east by lands of Oliver Gates and- lands of Paul Sbemwaj, south by lands of Su-jihi-n Bliss, snd wert b| lands of Daniel Bartlett and J. W. Mercor and land i of Lemuel Fsulkner. Containing one hundred act * or thereabouts, with 'a two story framed dwelling house, a framed barn and other out house* thereon er, wted, and nn orchard thereon. The ehove will be sok a* the pioperry of Benjumin M'Adoe dee'd.—Term* mjde known oin theday of sale. ¦ « ... . ! JOEL PJW'AFEE, j BENJ.J.M'AKEE, June 23,1847J Exrcutoiaof Benj. M'A...

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

\ ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estote of J. B. MerriU, tato-of Graiville township, dee'd., are requested to tnake payment without dd.y, and those having claim* againstssja estate,will please present them duly attested to the Subscriber.' | - X. JAMES MERRITT, \R08WELL DUNBAR. Troy, May SK 1847.•X Admimstralors.

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

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of JOEL BARNES, late of Orwell township, dee'd, are hereby requested to mske payment without' delay, and those baring clsiips against said estate, will please present them duly *tte*ted to the subscriber, CYjPRlAN BARNES, Administrator. Orwell June 10, 1847. With the will annexed. ADMINISTRATES NOTICE. ~ ALL prrsoD* Uidebted to the estate of TRUMAN KIN8MANJ, late of Towanda borough dee'd, are hereby requested lo make payment w thout delay, and those having cjauhs against eaid esUte. will please present them duly attested to the subscriber. U W. TIFFANY, Administrator. Towanda, June 15, 1847.

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

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of BENAJAH ALLYN, late of Warren twp., de&'d, are hereby requested lo make payment without delay,' and those blaring claims against said estate, will' pleas*/ present them duly attested to Ihe subscriber. I NANCY ALLYN, I HENRY C. ALL¥N> Warren. May 3, 1847. Administrator.

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

to Ihe beginning, being part of lots No. 93,33 and 101° in the oU township of Claveraek, on* of Ihs seventeen township* , Ac Ceutainiog 93 acres anil allowance, wiu a framed aossw .frsssedbsra , and out aoosea, and s large apple orehsid Ibereoa. ALSO—AU of the two asdrrided. fourth par ts or chare* the whole into-four equd parts or shares to be divided of si^ in dl mat ceruu tract of land being en Idead commonly called Horton'a Island, ryiag la the Sasqoehanna river, just above the mouth of 'Sugar Creek, containing- in the whole, by compatstion, fiftysix acres and ens hundred snd twenty-five perches, be ihe came more or less. The other bdf belonging to Stephen Newdl and Franklin . . Attendance will be given at Ihe lime and place of sale end terms made known. HIRAM MIX, May'34,1346. Adminstrator de bonis turn.

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

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. -\ PURSUAN f to an order of the Orphan'* Court of Bradford county, will be exposed to public sale at Ihe house upon the premise* in Shesbequin'township, Bradford county, Ps, on Saturday, the 4th day of September, 1847, at one o'clock P. M, dl of the eertaia pieces, lots or parcel* of land lying and being in said township, known as the Richard Horton farm, to bo sold as the property of Patrick Camming*, dee'd.,' bounded as follows: Beginning at a corner, thence by lota No. 94 and 101, south thirty degrees and 15 minutes, 83 parches to s comer, thence by pari, of lot* No. 101, 103 and 103, sooth 69 degrees west, 184 perches to a coracr, thence along the Sbeshegoin road, north 64g degree* west, 33 perches, north S3 degrees west, 78 perehee to a corner, sad thence by part* of >0toN^»lsiai93,iKirw69d»gre nesa4 ,S3«peid

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

IN THE MATTER >Of the partition of the- estate jtf Benjamin Brink, dee'd . late of Shesheauin tou nship —in the Orphan' ^Court of Bradford county of Dec: T. 1847. TUB heirs and devisers ol Benjamin Brink dee'd. to wit: Daniel Brink, Brink Smith, Alpheus Tutor and Calista hi* wife, Charles Smith, John Smith1 , Daniel Smith; Orson Smith, Valentine Smith, James Smith, Wm.Smith, Rachel Smith, Theodore W. Brink;, Henry M'Kinney and Amanda M'Kinney his wife, and Delilah Brink and John Brink and their guardian, Orison Rickey—Orris Brink, Elizabeth Brink; Cusrles Brink, Julia Brink and John Brink; Jr, and their guardian John Brink—Elizabeth Bensley, James Brink i and .Hester Brink, are hereby severally notified that I the Orphan's Court of Bradford-£ounty on the' 1 lib day of May, 1847, did grant * rule upon them to come into Court on the first Monday of September next, and elect to take or refuse the estate of said decedent atthe valuation made thereof, ao/ in case they shall refuse...

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

AUDlTOR'SWOTICE.* . /. \ Thomas Elliott vs. John At. Fox, No. 125, September Ten», 1842, Bradford: Common THE undersigned baring been appointed an auditor to distribute money* rsisedby virtue of execution issued ia the above rait, will attend to the dotic* of hi* appointment at bis office in Towanda borough, on Saturday the JlOthday of Joly next, at 3 o'clock P. M:, at which time and place ail persons interested ere requrrrd to present theirdiim* before him, or be debarred from coming-in upon said funds, . June?, 18^7. HENRY BOOTH, Auditor.

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

AUDITOR'S-NOTICE. -: Edward Operton ' »s. Harry N. Spul-h' ng.Noi 629, September Term.lti43,BmtlforU fcw» man Pleas. THE undersigned, having been appointed an auditor to distribute moneys raised by execution,' issued in Ihs sbovs salt, will attend to the duties of his sppointmeot st his office in Towanda borough, on Friday the 9th day of July next at 3 o'clock P. M, at which time sod place sll persona interested are required lb present their claims before tumor be debarred from coming in upon said funds. HENRY BOOTH, A suitor. June 7, 18^7, - y

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

..•*- ¦ ¦ - t^s^aha^rteaiWtlwtJ. ^ ^^^ - I' alHLasw^VTsjsf^^l^SafWM^^ J-; -¦tii-.i..» ill-IN THE MATTER vUj,'»| Oftkepmrtitim if Ike estate sfDmwid Prafli „ late afiCmlon teisnthip.dse' d.-r* nike ': Ori phani Cntrt of .Bradford county, ef Bee Term,m&. . ..''..' . T\ THE bfiisand devisees' of David Pratt dee'd, it. wrt: Ebeaeser Pratt, DSvid PrertJ A*a Prsll. JoiathsnR. Pratt, Wm. Roberts, Uetsey Robert*, Jesse Griffin, Rachd Grinhvlolius Pratt and Cheater Pratt, ariThereby severally notified that the Orphan's Couft of Btadfoid county on the 8th day of May 18^7, did treat srele spou them to corns into said court-on the first Moodayof September-next and elect to take ot refuse ths estate of said decedent at the valuation made thereof, and in esse they .hail refuse to accept the same, to show cause if any they have, why uWsauie shdlnelbssoU. By the Court. '- LVMAN E. DE WOLF, Jnni7, 1$47. Clerk of Orphan*. Court-

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

qsHSM y^teftjip.ff- SftA\i eyftvfarvrm J: T. HEAD1.EY, EDITOR-—IMiag*itoe,fo. • formeiry under the caie of D. Met i, oommeBrSsits Fourth Volume under Ihe rdnorihip4 f JiT- Hrsdley, author of » Napoleon sad hi* Marshals "~ Washington •rid bis Generats,"-Letters iVooj Italy,'' *c.eksi;- We hazard nothing ia saying that this Mag ksuie istiestined to fill a large place in public estimation ; that h will not -only maintain'it* present enviable repitation.'batcaru tu.iuelfs far hlgoer^popubrity, and b come ths ebmpanion of nuny a^ircle to which it is now astrsnger. gladdening by Its presence, while it ex !rt* an inuuenco pore, elevalufg and beallbful. The edi lor will band bia ertergte«to'm»ke this the meet popular Magazine of the d*y. snd while availing biinrdfofasa. fianc* free* las best writers, he trill draw fioely fioml is own exhaosl Jes* store. ....'.. . ¦ *: *\ -fe: IlwillconlmMtoauinlsuitits high Bsral loaev'.aa*' nothing will he admitted uiw its colu ass whick wU| minister to th...

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

SHEPHERD'S MEDICI]*ES. cosslrrrssr ev ¦ ] ' femifige, oinasirilli, Cs«| a Cgasjy, tmi Fmt t-d 4|« filU. OF THB^VERMlTDGE.aetaiaeasfesnadbsaaal than what isssid in the lollowiog cejrtiacasss of mstdeatsof LustroecouMy: j Sals*. May 17, 1847. - I ussd ShsparnTs Verenfage for two if awceilstow It operated well, sod expelled s quantity!of worms. I can recommend it ss s vslusbls assdieiael' ¦<' Isiac Coa-raissjT. Tows Him, Jan. 30,1847.—John Kooas, Eox—Dear Sir—You will please send me four bottle, more of ShepherdV Yermifug*. The three bottle* purchased of you a short time ago have been used who ibe happiest effect*. They) were given to three of my children—in one ease 65 worm* were expelled, in another 164, and in the last 67. I am anxious to give the'rest of jmyjunily .lbs benefits of this medicine, sod therefore ordeTs) above. This is deddedly the best article for destroying worms that ha* ever been in thi* part of the country. I bare tried Orrick'e, Realist'* and several other...

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

;*lie KxeeUcoee! or.*•»•*• ;; i - .v^rijoBlliitai^^: ^ . ;.,, st »u*k Pi *v *»*•*» J ,i O, laborer 1 bendingj>'cr thy toif. With earnest heari,andrapistened brew, Thy icork i»fcJy; life's turmoil Is full of mcaningj even nowV Grieve not that 'tis jhy fate to earn - By labor hard thy) daily bread; Ah. when will man (the lesson learn, On Nature's every page outspread-That all should labor, an should bow To Heaven's stem, yet wise decree, And earn each joy with moistened brow . ¦For Idleness is misery, j Bar, is ihe rich man bapfryS who, Though gratifying every sense, . To Nature's hoTiestj'aw nntrne, . Spends all his lilf in indolence I Go, gaze npon Ws care-worn face. And calch bis eye, so. cold ana* diw, Each discontented feature trace. And tell me if you envy hint ! No, no *. they onjfy can be blest Who patiently, from day to day, Fulfilling Heaven's high behest, Toil cheerfully their fives a*ay. jThen labor on, thou child of toil! •Work with thy bands, thy head, thy heart, ...

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

,! ^^^S^S^v>f^cr^4 F B^iWiiT c onj) Wtz. TrjTl **y"f*p*.' ¦•-):^p. 't OR Ihscnjt of DEAFNESS, pains, snd the disebarge of nutter from the ear*.vAlso alt those disagreeable sounds, like ihe'DUBwAg of icsscto, foiling of water, wbjsin g of steam, Ac, Ac, which srirsymp. lorn* of .psvoachiag deafness, and also generally atteodsat whs lbs disease. Many peraon* who have been deaf fot tea, fine**, snd even twenty years, and were obliged to ass ear trseapets, have, after using one or two bswles, uuows aside their Uumesto ^ boisg s»stfcperf* ly welL - Physicians and Surgeons highly recommend its use. (¦' ' ¦ - -'¦ ' ¦} • Ths very great namber efbappy result, test have followed the wre of SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC OIL, have been truly edosnshing. And what w wiiuseifsl, same who wore deaf from birth, have bfiea So much-improved ss to bear common conversation very readily. - It would be ihe height of rtresomptioa to warrant a ' cure m si eases, but In nine esse. 'out of ten of recent date, ther...

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

> mmwmmi mm^ r ^ ¦ ~vj--v>-«js*f^:*5s;.*-r--| •jHr*r;. --.'y-Cf--.;" y^-:,'-'-1' Y^fc". J Rspw^ieffu tocItimi. ofToZ aada snd thepv* we»*aersuy, that tm^sssaJ aWa>aaa> .saajj ¦aaaaeasl -tfc msaBaalaBsHCwJatfet utorde^Jrlrt>f CABINET ratbiaad awkmwa^rplhs tcatinot btserpaMmsdoi tiDetothses assor tment in eooBtiy shoes, ws wilt keep on hand and msks to order SOFAS, .of vsrioossnd asast spproved pattern.; Sofa ftockio<f^idrs>uub.h*i«dinsspc^ style, and forease and carshttty esa^ bB i.srpss. even in our large cities. , Also, ths half Preach Mshogsny Chair, besulifollruphoanered, with curled hair, which never loses k. eUsridiy, and finished with ths bedbdrseating. ^e'Jsnersirselves that having had much experience ia Ihs owns** , we shall be'.Me to satisfy dlWho may feet disposed to can, both ss ts qsalicy sad price, and by strict:isttenJisa ^W^wh** bos* tometit and receive ths |wHsasg. of a hberat cony uZntf. ..:¦¦- -"I I^M.NYE A'OO. ! Tow...

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

, ohauksi o^Aaias. I .. '•s^i^.Ttfr. w$n^far:Jkrgaihil^-^ -v T ' ll*s attiBW-; wonla^Ra^^ ill customer, and the mbl' riaW.tMtelM ni^nareneed tlie msnufaevars of Che** , ettvjsl; hi* oU shofan Iheriorth sideofBrid ge street,ta us. buBd; bi known as-' the'"*TsaWW^. ".;; -»;a^" ed> suntfy on hand, orwHri^if>:o«oh (maheMand dursbisstyfcj rfarthWhVhSi ttto^ ^ Wip^th* cheapest. HVfrieocVcsh be suppliav whh Faney, JPinior and Common Chaira, of differ' ent patterns—Settees , Rocking Chain, ¦ ¦¦ Childrm't C*flf«,r>C„ &C. iU«—IfuiltudJ Ui Islltt. Call sad sse mejatjmy shop on Bridge street, aid 1 will ssrisfy yoa-tltolyfn eaa bay iiMcasbls. ' ¦ N. B WbitoJ wood, Coeambsr sad Dasswoed pUnk, wanted ia fexrhaags for chairs oa rsassaahis tenM. , f^^^ JESSE TAYLOR, Towsnaa, Jan. ISO, 1847.

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

m^iaa,a w&&*&@mt? HM. BAKER re*pWuuymform* Ihe public that . lwlu»coma>*nc*dths GRAVE-STONE business, in all ito branches,'st Towsoda, where hawitt be ready'al all times to attend todl call* ia his fins. Monuments, Tomb-tables, Grave-stones, of every description, 4-c..d/<-. made to order, snd furnishes'as cheap ss WORK snd MARBLE of ths same quality can be obtained at any shopJn the country. ' .' He invites the public to call acd exanunebw work snd materials, hoping to merit their potronags by strict sttennon to bonnes*, and by superior workmanship snd good marble. $ , LETTER-CUTTING dons with nealaeas sad des patch, in the latest style. Shop on Main amfet, next door to T. Elliott's store, and three doors above Brigga' Hold. Towanda, March 17, 1847. 40y

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

TttLUMBE NATIONAL DAGUERRIAJ W* Mi LERY AND PHOTOGRAPHERSfTWlalNG DEPOTS; swarded the Gold and SibwHa Four first Premiums, and Two Highest amen, *» National, the Massachusetts, 1 he New. ¥<*. »* Pennsylvania Exhibitions, respectively, fe *«» splendid .Colored Daguerreotypes and be* Apt"" ever) exhibited, ^. Portrait* token in exquisite style, without leans weather. Instruction* given in the art.'. A large assortment of Apparatus and Slockil™." hand, at the lowest cash prices, -. New York. 651 Broadway; Pbiindelphi*-136L ^ not S.; Boston, 75 Court, and 5S Hanovet Su-»¦ timbre, 205 Bddmore St.;. Wa8htngioo. I"™^ Avenue;- Petersburg, Va., Mechanic' ",«?: ^2 nan; Fourth and Waliiul, and 176 M»i»s\- r^ Springs, Broadway; Paris, 127 VieiljeR«™l«* Liverpool, 32 Church St—3y. I __^—¦

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