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

INFLAMMATORY DISEASES. Although Ihe Electuary was originally prepared lor Ihe cure of Piles, yet ii has proved iiMf to be. a medirine far superior 10 aft ottierg, in. all, diseases of am intimmatory character, wilh a det.errruua'ion of blood lo iny patliruUr pan or organ. In Infi.immalion and I'sngfwliiftis ofthe Liver am! Sj,|,en; I11fla1n1r.ali.111, Weness and Ulceration of the Stomache. Dowels. Kid-Iwjs ind Bladder; Iiiflammatory and Mercurial Rheu-I malum, it in the twit me.]innc ever discovered.

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

IMPURfT/ES OF THE BLOOD. Tnr all ImpunliC!) of the Blood, arising ftom the invimileniuseof Mercury, or olher causes-, for. all dismeiofthe fkin and scrofulous affections ; in all cases *heic die UlooJ is powerfully determined to the head, xriucinc dizziness and distress, Dr. Upham's Electanry 'tninelv unrivalled, ': TO MARRIED LADIES. Mtrned ladien are almost invariably subjert tosthat ""Ail and injurious disease, the Piles, with cbtisequent ^inmiiiun of the Stomach, Bowels, and Sjjine, tvrak-:*« if ihe Uarlt, flow of the blood to the, head. Arc.— .'« E*ertuary is perfectly safe for pregnant' Jadies and *• "»»t u«eful Cathartic that can possibly be used, and ' "II nol imry remove the Pilcsjind all inflammatory tao"« *utll>u•. pain or irritation,^ but will ensure an "^ "me, » safe delivery, and a sound constitution in s< ofty,nn(,. tAVT.O. \V. McLEAN'S CERTIFICATE. ,

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

, Uiiiwir, June 16, IS5!7. _ lite been sfil cted foil years wilh the Piles, and 'ton!, Rilhout anyiliini like permanent benetif, al-^"¦erxihinjr as»uining-lhe sime of a remedy. I ^ »» » matter of course lost all confidence in medi'• ' nder ihij feeling, I war iruloccd—not without I ^' Kt''co"fe*"—louse "Urium's EsECTcanr," >, 1""1 * ""^ ¦' for about three -week* acconliogt to ^ "Wwrajlaij d,i«n, I find, to my utter surprisej as «¦ Lf"u,fac''"n- 'hat every symptom of the disckse ,,«.!' *>"• »ihiuk-it due alike lo. Dr. Uuham aLid ^^twVciW statement. | p .„u-W. ScLEAN, late of ibe 11. 8. N, WU'PHiiUE,'HPI* UERTIFfCATE. ' | *»fflict I 0c'1R Sm.^About five jreara ago I a^ j *11° whoi waa called Chronic Dysentery. ^ in. .u w',lv '' e»cr since, and physicians have **«etfu — ¦ evcr *,"ce<*,w priysicians ua»e

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

J*. „u 1 77 1'vcr ™as effected, and that my bowels 'Worn";'f°rM"0<J an<1 1'""^ »« en''c'l •»'* « I*" ^liir^ Sn """' wc,e the freiaent discliargea. A < *"«lrJI!I!r f ' maie a v'sitc *° Massacnflaetui, in *"*».ui {">m * cUan *e <* «ir, b«l suffeted more ^""•aWm, White there a pbyaician of-W""*f<" Sl», ip ihree monlha. Happily, in ^l4w n,fn8D pi"n' °«;a»io"»,ly relieved by laud-Nt».ti f ™ *" wraPI*r of your Electuary, a perfect ^«ftur "Tromplaint, together with many certifi-^iiJ t ,e mc great confidence in the ' i^l^J purchased a box, anil .nine doaea of '>%t J >tar*n .t'y cu'"l me, and lam prepared to I^'S anitv i8 "V1* ^T0r' or render any service I can. J»J suhscribing to its- nleriu.' - J*Wv UUy Your«- ^*W , ,>KRClVAL, 89 South Sixth st. 1til v^*,,e "nd Ht»ilby.\WYATT& KETCH-

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

v *••».W? U *' Y" "CSTON & LADD ito >V..,S. 5?e-'!l«ner»| ly throughout Ihe JU. B. L "> At-' . N0TI('E—Tho genuine "ElecluaVy fVif, ' • "-pham M. D.) The hand is also done

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

Died, Very suddenly, of paralysis, on the 27th nlu, at his residence in Tioga Village, Tioga. Co., Pejna ^Mr. LiMaS. Aiiimh, in the 73d year of his age. The deceased had been for more than forty years a resident in that place, and by his affection and. kindness as a husband and father, his friendship and generosity as a neighbor, his fidelity as a citizen and a public officer, won a numerous circle of friends,, who^o-ill long cherish his memory in their hearts. ' He- has left a wife and eleven chiUiren to mourn an irreparable loss.-' -^"J" His funeral xvas attended on the 29th ult., by a larije number of friends and relatives, and a sermon o-is preached by elder G. Stevens; from Job xiv. 10 —" But man dieth and n-asteth avray, yea man giveth up the ghost, and where is he. So friend after friend departs—Who baih nol lost a friend 1 "> There is no union here of hearts, ' That finds lint here an end.

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

Xcro 'ABticrlisfmcnls. ' : ' , ' DISSOLUTION. J rrSHfi eo-Partner*fp heretofore eirUting under the l;nam4>f H.KINNEY &CO., at Sheslipiuin, was dissolved by mutual consent on the first daj 01 Juno fast.; ThttJIooU and accounts will be touted at the old aland oig£n and ready for settlement. i H.-KI.WEY * O.D. 8ATEIM.EE, I V C. F. WELLS JK. Nheshc.|u'in July in 1847. N. C. HARRIS, All pernoris knowing lliem-elycs indebted 10 the old firm must walk-up to the Captains, olTice anil not only settle, but pay up or costs will be made after (sixty days $race~no indulgences granted. Sliesbequin July 10 WIT. H. Kl.VN BY |& CO.

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

BooT^ASTsiroiSr^ Whit are yooiiboat here; in', ye! Totlgituu1. THOUSANDS of time, the <roe*tiaB an awn aakrd. Where on earth are all the DoOU ajaaj 8koea manufactured that supply the continual Irtnb U ttw comer of Main and Bridge atreeU ? O'Hara answer* that tbia is th« place, and these are the things^ we do it with ! B^BHI^^^ Sectnltfrltpen new fashion* JBIBBIBs|P > ^-C'JSr two second* 1 - Bear ye ! hear ye! and understand, that O'Hara, at the corner of Main and Bridge streets, will sell at retail this season. 39,784 P"'™ ot Boots, aboes snd Brogana, ¦ t a leas piice than ever was or probably ever will be of. tared agsin in Towanda. The Ladies' Department in this establishment is richly, furnished wilh fashions. Ladies', misses' and children'* fancy and common boot* and shoes, even to the extremity of the latest fashion*. Mistake not the place -Corner of Msin and Bridge streets, the only ¦ Shoe Store in Bradford County, Half cub snd bsff trade for Batter. H. O'HARA. T...

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

no. 3. in toWagainT~ THE subicribcis art a little later than usual this spring wilh their extensive stock of merchandize; but what the good people of Bradford1! county have lost by otir delay, we wiff now endeavor to make up to them in the quantity, quality and price of our good*. VVcarenow on hand with the LARGEST, BEST ANjpXIHEAPEST stock of goods in Towanda, bought exclusively foi cash, snd since the great redaction in prices. Oar stock consists as usual of pry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hard-\' ware. Drugs and Medicine*, ¦ For further particulars look along through the paper. We need nol say ¦* Colt and examine our Goods," for we know that every body will call at No. 3, before purchasing elsewhere. WM. H. BAIRD it CO, June 15, 1847. LAljTEil)RlSs ~ G60DSLr JUST received at No. 3 Brick Row, an extsnsive assosfcnenl of rich and desirable dress goods ofthe latest style, such as striped Tarlcton, embroidered muslin, Cherry lustre, iM. De Laine, Gingham Lawn, mourning organdie, BeJz...

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

HA'1'8—The largest snd best selected sssortment of Summer Hats, ronaiating of Panama,Eng!iah straw, Dunstable, Pedal, Palmleaf, ice,', for sale cbesp at ; BAIRD'8 BON NETS—Florence, Chins Pedal, Straw and Lawn Bonnets, all of the latest fashions, st BAIRD'S. BO OTS Sc SHOES—Men'sCalfand Morocco boots, and Congress gaiters, snd Ladies shoe* of every description at • BAIRD'S. PAINTS & OILS—Linseed, Lamp and Tanner's Oil—White Lead, dry and ground Venitian Red, ¦and all kinds of Paints for sale at the cheapest store in Towanda. BAIRD'S NO. 3, B. RFI SH,—Mackerel, Shady and Codfish in great abundance at BAIRD'S, GROCERIES.—The beat article of Tea Coffee Sugar, Hire.Tobacco, &c-,can he found at BAIRD'S. DR Y GOODS.—Everything in Uc line of Dry Goods usually kept in this country, or evcr wanted for use, can lie found at No. 3. The said goods were purchased in New York after the gnat rash was over, and when there was a great depression in the Markets, and consequently were ...

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

Nc\r Arrival at No. l, Brick Row'! Jt. S. Chatnberlln, I S new neeiviog, snd oners for sale at the DRVG DEPOT, No. 1, Brick Row. a Isrge addition f> hi* former stook, consisting of every variety of Grocerifi, Drngt and Htdiciiitt. Dye SUfli, Fiiiti, Oils, Perfumery, Fancy Ar tiefa fee. which will be sold st wholesale or retail, at unusually low prices. Terms CASH, Towanda, June 16r 1847. GROCERY'S, in the country, can be supplied with all articles in their line, on the roost reasonable terms, at >16 No. 1, BRBCK ROW. PICTORIAL BROTRER JONATHAN,^* the Fourth of July, at No. I, BRICK ROW. DUNBAR'S; Reeve's, and a splendid article of Imported CIGAR'S, at No.I. BRICK ROW. PATENT MEDICINES, every kind now in use, can be found at the Drug Depot j Agent for Jayne's Smith!*. Clickener's, Moffat's, Pain killer, and various olher medicines. A foil and general supply alWaya on hand. je!6 No. 1, BRICK ROW.

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

OILS, PERFLIMERIES, a aplendid article of Hair Brushes, Thlrmometers, and Fancy Articles, for sale at _ jo^ 6J/_ll__ No. I. BRICK RQW.-PEDLERS wijHinditto then'advantagei to call at the Drug Depoywhfre they can be supplied with every article dcsirc/Xsach'a* phials, essences. Ac, on the best terms. 7jel8 Ne^l. BRICK ROW QODA FOUJN'TAIN, just erected at the Drug Depot, O to whicb/Xhe attention ofthe public is invited. S®Wi^i©&_^MF S^®miSa THE Sutwrriber offers his new stock of HATS AND CAPS st the first building south.of the Buck Row. where the hat ma'nufa<r'ory of Mr. Thomas was formerly kept. Those who wish U) purchase for Cash, will lie accommodated at very reduced prices.— Fur Hats from one lo four dollar*; Silk Hats from one to three dollars; Wool hats from thirty-seven and a half cents to one dollar; Caps from eighteen cents to one idollar—according to quality. HENRf MERCUR. May 27, 1847. ^ _^

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

SPRING GOODS, H8. ~ & M. C. MERCUR have jost received a • good assortment of Ginghams, Lawns, Summer Shawls, Elowcrs, Wreaths, Ac &e., which will be sold cheaper than ever. Towanda. May 3, 1817. ; New Arrival of Goods, by Express! B. KINGSBERY , HAS just received from New York, a besotifol assortment of Lawns, Gingham*, Bennett*. Peini Leaf Hstts, <Vc-. &c- which will be sold very cheap Alao Caps and Parasols and a variety of other good*. Call and see the reduction from last spring's prices, and if you should want any thing in the way of New Good*' you will be sure to buy. Aj>rilJ!8| ^ l847 ^ ^

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

First Arrivals Goods from New York. Burton KtMSftnery, 18 now receiving a general assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, which will *e sold cheaper than goods were ever offered in this place before. His friends i will finda* thev mount the step* st nts door that prices io down. Csll and examine for yourselves.— My good* and prices will praise themselves. Yon will find a Isige and general assortment of everfvanety of Vrr Goods, Groeerka, Hardware,. Crockery, «•»*•, Nails, Iron, Steel. Paiqt*. Oils, Dye Sluffc, Bpots, Shoes, Hats,'Caps, Codfi.WMackerel, Acj&e. w My friend* and the public generally are •W""™* invited to call and examine my stock, as I 5^J™~ I can offer them goods ehcajer law at any Other Store. Msy "in, 1847.

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

JUST received IS Chests Fresh Teas, selling from 37j to 75'cents per lb., warranted good or no sale at . __/"°A'f • K9- 2-B- *• COME one ami all and see the beat and cheapest Sugar, Coffee and Molasses in town at . jane f. -7 FOX'S, NO. 2. B. R. boots And shoes. "~ A FIRST rate lot of Gents kip, seal and coarse lnots, fine medium and coarse shoes; also LsdieV fine kid B. B. Ties, Buskins, Gaiters and half Gaiters, and an endless variety of child's shoes at NO. 3 B.'K. A FEW Family cases HOMIF.OPATHW Medicine, wilh Hemple'a Domestic Physician. Also, a few Huff* Laurie at FOX'S. NO. 3, B. R. CROCKERY 4 GLASSWARE, a first rate assortmem at ' iel _ NO.2. B. R.

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

-I f\ DOZEN of those cheap Parasols left, which are X \J selling at reduced prices at ¦ NO. 2, B. R. LE GHORN and Uwn Bonnets; also Leghorn, Pear) braid and Palmleaf hats, and a great variety of Caps at jel NO. 2. B. R. THE Ladies do say that the largest and prettiest assortment of Dress Goods, Ribbons, Parasols, Gloves Hosiery, Arc in town, is to be found at FOX'S. Call and see them, as they are selling from 10 to 25 per cent- cheaper than at any ether Store in town at j 'une I. NO. 2, B. R. Off lO PIECES Calicoes, the prettiest in town, sel-/¦wV/Vy ling from 5 lo IS cents .per yard at juno 1. NO. 2, B. R.

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

SAVINGS BANK. AElf OFE1CERS ELECTED. AT an annual meeting of tlie directors of the " Towanda Savings Bank." C. 4 E. REED were elected in placa of G. E. Flvnt &. Co., whose term expired May 1st, 1847. ll is the intention of the new Cashiers it Co., tot sustain the credit of the institution by •' putting goods low, down " lo pay. up customers.— VV'c therefore invite our ojd customers snd the public generally local) and examine our stork of New and Cheap Goods, just received, and convince themselves of the truth of ihe old adage, thai " Goods have, can, and shall be sold chcapei at the Savings Bank than at any other establishment in Towanda. No. 5. B. R. ' May 18, 1847. C. it E. REED.

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

ipuks ^nscixigm^. FOR SALE, a TIMBER LOT, situated in the tp. of Burlington, in thia county, containing about 157 acre*., on which is s good mill site. Frr further parlicnlara enquire of J. H. HA YN Eg*, at Hawley's store, Franklij. JulyT, 1847. ' j_ 2m4. JK* J§*\. SC laV.Tr JK IfaV «JC2- • WSWJ1<2 Q>, &LL2.-3<il o RE SPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Towanda, and the public generally that be is prepareU to execute in the neatest sly le all descriptions of ' Sign, Coach or Carriage Painting, or Trimming ; and every variety of Fancy and Ornamental Painting. From his long cxperiencejand the many specimen* of his productions now in use, he entertains a flittering hope that by close application to hi* profession, and being prompt to order me may secure a suitable share of public- patronage. He may be found at all limes si tye Chsir Fsctory of Tomkins & Makioson, where he will be on hand to attend to the calls of those wbojnsy want bisserv.ces. Towan...

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

AXOTqER ADDITION TO THE. Stock V Goods in the Savings Bank. IN consequence of the great rush at the Savings Bank for Cheap Goods, the proprietor has been induced to replenish with a splendid assortment of SPRING 4. SUMMER GOODS, which are now opening, snd selling st greatly reduced prices. .The proprietor. Mr.C. REED, pledges himself to folly snd amply sustain the credit nf the inatitation which it has hitherto borne, i.e. for selling good* cheaper than any other establishment in Bradford co. Persons desirous of testing this, have only lo call at No. 5, Brick Row, and satisfy themselves. July 7, IS17. C. REED. AWNS, ORGANDIES* LAWN GINGHAMS, and'Light Ginghams, have been received at the Savings Bank, and are selling twenty-five per cent, cheaper thsn evcr. jv7 C. REED.

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

BOOTS or. SHOES—A large and exbaustless assortment of coarse and fi^e. boots and shoes, ladles' f and hslf gaiters, kid ties, buskins, Fiench kid slippers, children's cloth and morocco shoe* are now selling very low at the Savings Bank,'No. 5, Brick Row. REYNOLD'S CELEBRATED GRAIN CRADLES, grain and grass scythes, scythe snaths, rakes, and (jninrbaugh whet stones may he fonnd at the Savings Bank.No. 5. Brick Row. C. REED..

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