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

_ 2|mw#sii ©aw^si 'ms®1 j ^FffOMESC^bfe CRAWPO-J^ •filiTHOLESALBiDiuBgwts, N°-,40, Saii W (South ride, below SeeondO Ph*S offer for sale-a large atoek of Fresh DraS*'*°L, «pd Dye-StufiV, to which they call the «^ Country Merehante and Dealers vwiiinf v**^ ' ¦ <3oach. Cabinet, Japan, Black and <^"!*Tf« a: superior- quality. Also, White and B*>"" idow Glass, PsinU and Oils—cheaper than «"*ff i OCTT. dr. C. are also proprietors o( ih!»»" J tible Bdeam, celebrated tbroughoat U>tl'(^ neighboring Sutes, as the best preparation'j"j|1j, df Cough*, Coldi, Arthma, Ac Mowi w every instance where.no benefit is tecei'W- % ' : Philadelphia. Jan. 8. 1847, __—<]

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

;. GAUTIOiN- ITTXHEREAS my wife ESTHER .ta.**,, Wi and board without any just «^°'P? * ^hU i* to forbid dl persons harboring «"""J, I my account a* I ant determined to pay "» JKUrtracting after Awdate. „,„nTHY f EL$ [ Canton, May T, 1847. TIMOTiH < -

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

Good and Bad Farruins. Look at the contrast between a good farmer and a bad farmer—between a rjcat thrifty cultivator of the roil, and a slack and slhvenish apjrrarator of it. The buildings of the one. whether large or small, are all in good repair. The premises about them are clean and unincumberpd by piles Of rubbish and brush. His wood is cjut and placed under in proper season. Hi? tillage and mowing fields are clean of weeds, -bushes, and stones. His walls and fences have no unslighity gaps. His fruit trees are well trimmed and tveljl cultivated, and are kept freed from cattle and cateirptllars. His bam yard or bam Wllar evinces the high value he places on manure, by the care lie bestows in making and sav ing it,- and ins lahds from .year to year, show that they experiencejthe full benefit of a right application of it. " He U at work, boys and all, before the Eun.'-T Wiiile kelfkids time for the discharge*of his politicnl and ot|ler public duties, he spends littje or nonfe of it...

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

| l<Ul>1llllH-ll[lla\-l HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES, ia a disease produced by local irritation cestrreaeas, purgative stimulants, undue dctermrnatioo of blood to the hemorrhoidal vessels hy excessive riding or walking, or a congestive state of the liver, and peculiarity of the constitution itself It is anally considered under three form, or varieties , ss follows: Blind Piles, While Piles, sod Bleeding Pilse-Tbis disease i*«o common, and so very well known, that a description of it* symptoms is not deemed necessary. The success that ha* followed the use of Ihe Embrocation in the core of this disease, has been trutysstooishing.' Phy>ici*n* njw advise their patients to try it, s* the only tPile Medicine. ' In addition to its being a postttvw remedy for the Piles, it never fwlsWure that INTOLERABLE ITCHING, which is *b very-common, and ha* its location iu the same part* as the Piles. Read the following, from the editors! colums of Alexander** Weekly Messenger; Focxd at L...

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

BONNETS—A great saving to the " Heads of the Nation." TheLadte«wmfi^itagrest*aving to heir bead* to call and purchase on* of those beautiful Stow, Devon, Gimp, Florence, of Lacs, Lawn, Gipsy Bonnets, sailing so cheap st REED'S. 9Q0ftLBS- 8w* L*"*". Upper Leather and £p\J\) Cslf Skins, fowsr than was ever offered m TowsBds.by B.KING8BERY. PRINTS—600 different sty lea. bought in ihs eity of Now York, by the use, MtfeHe*^ deans'* plan, aud wifl bs sold accordingly. T BAIRD ek CO. !. I- r •

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

cjtBg^rt^ sfkrHjnrvKB MA Y BE HAP st ear shefribaeh lower than it has ever been soH'm Towsoda. Goods are cheap, sod wheat sa lowered, and that is the reason ws can afford all for to «e it. All fciod* ef produce will be received in payawuU Also, LUMBER eifsB kisds ^epuj. J_ ;_ L.M.NTE4CO. WILL bs kept en hand a large assortment , sad sasos tooroVrso Aevternouceaitdf^les. mooey than can be produced at any other establishment io the land. Those who are under the necessity ef procuring last article will sad shall be satisfied. A good hearse snd pall may be bad in attendance when dewed September I, WS. i L. M. NYE A CO. ~ A'-CERTAIN CORE FOB Pl£l3S!

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

Br. A. TJphiB'i TtfettUe Kltttiirj, AN INTERNAL REMEDY, INVENTED BY DR. A. UPHAM« a datinguwbed Physician of New York city, i* the only real successful remedy for thsrdaagerou* sad distressing eomplsinl—the PILES —ever offered to sa American public. Mark this. It is an INTERNAL REMEDY—sad not anjexlernal application, sod Will core every case of Piles, either bleeding or blind, iAteroal or external, and probably the only thing-that silk There is no mistake about it. It is a positive cure apeedy end permanent. It is also s convenient 'medicine to take, sou improves the general heal.h in a'remarkable manner. Each box contain* twelve doies, st 8 J .dose. It is very mild io iuoperstion, snd may be taken in cases of the most scale iaasmmalioa without dsoger. All extern*! applications ars ia the highest degree diaisvev able, iaeoaieni* t sod ouensive ; snd from the very nslure.of the disease usconveoieot to meir euects. This mediciee snacks the disease at its aource, aud iratoetngthe cause...

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

"Sagtr CMted Pilli."—lewire! fJaititi. n*HE increasing popularity of Dr. G. BENJ. I SMITH'S IMPROVED INDIAN VEGETABLE SUGAR COATED PILLS, has induced a namber of persons to make something Ihey call fill* snd coat them with sugar, in order to sell them far the genuine, while they do not passes*' a particle of t M goodness, nor even assimilate in appearance to the original. Dr. Smith's Pill*. Io short, they are sn in- tended FRAUD upon the community. A minister who at first had an interest in sn hnitstion Soger Cost- ed Pill, maaufactored in Albany, N. Y„ has given them up, a* he says, on secount of the miserable dishonest parties concerned in 'manufacturing them. The same party are now industriously circulating reports calculst- ed to injure Dr. Smnhsjaiid to affect - the reputation of his valuable pill.; but rather than notice them in public, Dr. Smith i* about to rattkote legal proceeding* against them for their .slanders, ss he basin soother case agsinat s similar party, in which ...

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

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

BOOT & SHOE MAKING. - -4b 'VXVriLCdX & SAGE hsve associated themseve Yjf in the Bootand Shoe Making business, in tbe borough of Towanda, and msy be found at the old stand of S.'Halbaway.latejry occupied by Blksuah Smith, nest I. H.Stephens' Exch.nge Hotel, where they spfictt a share of public patrjonage. They intend, by a careful selection of stock, and by attention to ths interest* of their customers,to make a. heat and durable work ss can be manufactured in!thi* portion of the. country. They keep eonstkbtlyon band, snd will manufacture to order, morocco, cslf sod coarse boot, and shoes; Ladies' Gaitera, shoes and slips; children'* do; gent', gaiters snd pomps, ftc ^'&c. JOHN W. WILCOX, PHILANDER SAGE. , Towanda, Msy 14,184

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

" | ] | |t (j , A Natural Remedy. WE CAN confidently; affirm that among medicines designed for general use, none .toed higher ia popular estimation thsn Wright'. IiuJu. Yegcttile Fills. Hardly a day psaseatbut we receive tostimonisl* in their favor, sod tbe most'nitbusiastic are those who have longest used them.': What bettor prove of excellence could we esk f In them, we behold, a signal triumph of principle over prejudice snd truth over~3et*mationv The principles upon which this celebrated medicine is founded, are. beautifully simple. Every one is aware that, inj a stste of sickness, the stomach and bowel* are irregular and disordered. Of course, so long s* they continue in that state, ths food is badly digested, and the blood, inconsequence of being badly prepared/-" (ess fit for the proper support of health and We.— Should the slomsrh and bowels continue disordered, the mischief extends; the corrupt, humors collect upon that organ that ia weakest and least able lo throw them off...

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

A Myr thing in Old Wysox. DR. A| Jk- COLE would respectfully inform tbe eitileusof Wysox and vicinity, that after diligently prosecuting the study of Physic and Surgery in all it* various branches for better than three year* under tbe immediate care and instruction of Nathan 8. Dsvis, M. D., of Btnghimton, in addition to the attendance on a full and thorough coarse of Lecture, at the Medical College of Geneva, N. Y> He feel* a full confidence in Sstsring hi. friend* sod patrons that no pains will Driapsrtdto. render himself useful in meliorating the suueriogs of Ins fellow man ; snd oo all occasions will bs found ia readines* tie' give prompt and careful attention to loch business in his line a* may fall to hi* bands. Dr. Cole may be found for the present st the rerideneeofD. E. Martin. Wysox, April tl, 1847.

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

] A LARGE aasxirtmentof Broad Clothe, Cassimeres, t-LX. and SsttineUs, which we have long been fiuaooa for selling good and cheap, now. cheaper thsn ever—i*nd upon which we chalieoge. the worlds just received •t " O. D. ARTLTSTT. 1 Towanda, Nov, 0,1M6. I

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

\TTANTK1) IN EXCHANGE FOB: GOODS—W flWhes^ * Domestic Funnel, ' ' i Rye, ' *'" Woolen Socks, r Com, Buckwheat Oat*; FUxseed, Butter, White Bean*. <- Cheese, COON'SKINS, ) in short, almoat anything, fof which liberal price, will baesidat O. D. BARTLE#T, 8.]; Towaads, Nov. 3,18i6,

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

lerm* of the Bradford W m-fl'"' Two dollars and fifty cent* per »n»D™tcAS», deducted-ifpaid within the year; «^ ' ^ ally in advance, Owe Dotwa •• *• . ^ Subscribers at Bberly to uTsso»ub««« ^ paying arrearage*., MoH kinds «f^; received iu payment at the a«Wp»* it . Advertisemehto, not exceeding *| 2aoei)i ^ lines, inaertedforfinycents; »T<7f0^iljsl< twenty-fivecento. A discount maJetoJ ^ Jo. Ps.sriTC.of every Aa fS^ peduioqsly executed on ne* «w»rl „fit«B** Lellerson bustacsspcrtamiogU>"* w of portaje, to cnsfie SttcnttoB-

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

BOOTS & SHOES OF iUlSjs TU8T iwern d from PhiUdetphi,, , ksg, ^ Jr •I oMsjm»rUw«Bt.ofiiiea 'scalf,kipaodt^!r **.<l SO 4 «S 60; boy's do.^l^Jie.^ll'** ; walking shossk slso, fine kid slip* »nd bosk**. ni" kinds of'overshoes; do. calf bootee* aodheli jT* ehildisn'ssndMisM. shoes of all kinds. bLm°! h^t »uitobfo ^ w«rykirjdkw.ather , £3,3 kip and. coars. boots to suit children from 41* u, old. We pbMS ouraelves to give a better wide T h>wer'i«esjthssany other estabtishment j,B^ZJ county. TRUNKS from >1 50 to 1-18 00 HAT^ AND,CAPS. Alsrgesss^rtnientc/fs»hioii»bfcH^ andCa, i/ every kind sad description.for sale verv'km T GROCERIES. Molasses, Jugar, euffe^eodnsb|No . 1. mit Made, ei, best qits%jblsck and green te,, &„„ 31 u,M ^ a pound i pulvenved and fesf sugar -, riee Utmt^niA sperm, dipped snd "mould eanilla;niiimbyt|ieaJ or pound, stereo, nap, segars at oO'ceus per hrosdrai and in fact sll kinds ever kept io our line whim Deal will' find it j their...

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

^CaMfivMsfea^'jaaMaK-^JKfBa. *^ ji^^a ¦¦»—-- ' ;i^^ig^;:«^f^»^ -ism.. ^, nf"*sti*m% : a-wsaV ssvsctsd ssasrtavaaf' mT^Z **"( kism^l^TOD^ymim mllS^ MsW m\\nt t9mmf 9t^ mX^fsnW Mtck CMMHlS i«BB-ivl^r^ «.•** IP-^alpaea , ths^Z«t, , ^^ m ^^t ^^^^ i>^9*^s^vl.'t . . cottfa, wool sad k*kk gVWs ' ¦' *-" ". iGsra toehtssMrcsrs , 4 r - V*^^q*wte» r*to» shawls , ¦ -. »-ijMetvka%MttB, esttoa taps* , ¦**_. a ^!&T?i'!&J&*^ WMwI. . „. #S!itWSS> !W°J ^•h". hooks to, tvas nisp*v sler,ifert«d «stsl1«tloi ^ »khiaaav^ er sSSa"tucitly^md in .^ , HiSl* \ bafcre purchs-s, ; d#l»tr«, a. they *,«u £+ er than at uy father c***bliabjnent in town ^^ TowsedsiNoy.lI. H.O'HAii a. iv.

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

Limira, Cornin* and Buffalo Liir, I , FOB. I84T.. THE Proprietor* of the above Line will cotniwt. runs Line of Pasmge Boats between EUluU, CORNING and BUFFALO, for the accommoio of Emigrant* and Families, moving West, sffoR&as ciutie* not heretofore oSered to the Emigrant, fna& section of New. York, Fenusjrlvsnia. r Tbe Boat* of thi* Line are of the FIRST CLASS, fitted'and furnished with all the convenience mix. commodsuon of PACKETS, commanded by expex* ed-Csptiins, and towed by relays of Horses.. BOAT ROME. Capt. H. W. THOMPSON, . =*--% TEMPBST, Capt Jfll.TAYLOR. Durufg the aeason of 1847, one ot tbe abon Boa will leave Corning and Elmira eVcry week ia lis allowing order: V Cossise,every Monday evening, at 6 o'clortP. V.' ElsibV, every Monday evening, st 6 p'docL, P. t Towing down Seneca Lake every Tbondir woing, touching- at Big Stream, Lodi, ami Dreaiai, tu leaving] Buffalo for Corning and Elmira, everf Wol*» day rooming. FOR FREIGHT OR PASSAGE,.ppry to Ctpia on ...

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

. CCOVER SEED- ^j A QUANTITY ef.uperior new ^Zrf* da/ received, and for wle at »*». ' JTINSURANCE AGENCT ^, THE subscriber conUnuesto set "fsci CO-. L^>*ARE MUTUAL lN,stB.A C&«W Phasdelpb'ia, s .lock company of g<x*l '"Ztf* pule &U00* busines. on as <«~rable wrwc0, ^Hoi, kt» «ent*for the .LYCOML^ . TUALjINSURANCji CO., a cornp»"?" ^1! way. been punctual in the payment ol i»- sent* advantages seldom found- nitfrlP Tuwauda,May20. ^ ^^ ^l^jZ-' f^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

•~T(VW ANM: I rlWmcsJran lUorninn, Juln l\, 18\7.

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