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

T IN THE MATTER Of the partition of the estate of Benjamin finulL deed , late of Sheshcquin ton nship —in I|e Orphan's Court if Bradford county of Bee. T. 1817. HE Jicirs and dev sees of Benjamin Brink dee'd. to Wit: Dani.I Brink, Brink fmith, Alpbeus 1'otef andiCalisIa bia wife, Charles sSmith. John Smith, Daniel r-rniih, Orson Smiih, Valentine Smith, James Smith, Wi. Smith, Rachel Smith, Theodore W. Brink. Henry MlKinney and Amanda M'Kinney bis wife", ¦nd DelilsB Orink snd John Brink snd ibe/r gusrdi.-in, Orison Riiiey—Orris Brink, Klizuhelli Brink, Charles Brink, Julia Brink and Jobn Brink, Jr„ atiiT their guardian Jbhn Brink—Et'izatxth Bcnsley, James Brink and Hester Brink, are hereby severally notified that the Orpbs&'a Court of Bradford county on Ibe 11th Jsy of Mai, 1847, did grant a /uie upon tbctn lo come into Coartjrti the first M jnday of September next, ana : elect to take or refuse the estate of said decedent st the valuation made thereof, an"* in case (bey shal...

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

AB.MINISTUAIOR'55 SaCe. PURSUftN P to an order of the Oqdian's Court of Bradford county, wiff be exposed to public sale at the house Qpon the premises in Sheshcquin township, Bradford c|unty. Pa., on Saturday tbetlh day of September, 1847, at one o'clock P. M, all of the certain pieces, lotsjor parcels of land lymg and being in said township, known as (be Ricnard Horton farm, lo be sold as ihi property of Patrick Cummings, dee'd., hounded as| follows: Beginning at a corner, thence by Wis No. 943 and 101, south thirty degrees snd 15 minutes, 82 »crches to a comer, thence -tfy parts of lots No. 101, |02 snd 10'J, south 59' degrees west, 184 parches to | corner, thence along the Sbcshequin road, nfarth 64 J degrees weal, 22 perches, north 63 degrees wsstj 78 perches to a corner, and tbenre by pjrts of lots No. 9l]and 92, north 69 degrees esat, 236 perches to the begi^nirtg. being part of lots No. 92.93 and 101 in the old tbwnship of Clavcrack, one of ihe scventei-rK townships, |cc. Con...

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

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of BEN A J AH ALLYN, late of Warren twp., dee'd., are hereby requested to make payment without delay, snd those bavins cJesms against said estate, wHI please present ihean duly •Ucstesl to Ihe subscriber. NANCY ALLYN, HENRY C. ALLYN, Warren, May 3, 18T47. Administrator. ^ ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ALL persona indebted lo the estate of JOEL BARNES, late of Orwell township, dec'd-,.are. hereby requested to make payment without drlay, and those hsving claims sgainst said estate, will please present them duly sttested to the subscriber, CYPRIAN BARNES. AdminUtrator. Orwell June 10, 1847. - With ihe will annexad. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ALL p*5>n* indebted to Uie estate of TKI.MAN KINSMAN, late of TWanda borough dee'd., are hereby requested to make payment w (hoot delay, and those having claims against said estate, will please present them duly attested lo (he suHscri!*e.r< • L. W.TIFFAN Y, Administrator. • 1 Towanda, ...

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

ORPHANS COURT SALEIN pursuance of an order of tbe Orphan's Court oft Bradford coanty, held at Towanda. in and for said county, on the I4lh day of May, A. D. 1817, will be exposed to sale by public v-ndue or outcry on the premise*, on Wednesday the 38lh day of July, A. l|. 1847, at I o'clock P. M., the following piece of la.'nd situate in Ihe township of Springfield, bounded north by the county road, leading from 7'roy to Tioga Point, and by lands of SylvesterLconard, east by lands of OMver Gates. and landa'nf Paul Shemwav. south by lands of Stephen Bliss, snd west by lands of Daniel Uartlelt and J. W, Mercur and lands of Lemuel Faulkner. Containing one hundred acres or thereabouts, with a two story framed dwelling house, a framed barn and olher nut houses thereon erected, and an orchard thereon. The sliove wilt he sold as t'&lt;e pinpcrty of Benjamin M'Affec dee'd.—Tcrma made known on thc,day of sale. JOEL P. M'A FEE. . BENJ.J.M'AKEE, June 23, 1847. ' Esrcutors of Bern. M'Afce.<...

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

The Saddle and Iiarncss Business IS .till-continued by ELK AN AH SMITH, J. GULP At C.T. SMITH', u'nde/ the Firm of TSIkanah Smith &amp; CO., at the old stand North side of Ida Public Square, where will be kept constantly on hand Best Plain and Quiltn' Saddles, Plated snd Common Harness, all kinda of Trunks, V-aJicea, and all other work in their line. Carriage Trimming"$• Military work . done to order. From their experience and punctuality, ihey are in hopes to receive a shsre of public patronsge. Work can be had al their shop as cheap-a« at any other ahon in the county of the same quality. May. 18. '47 SHOES—Ladies' Misses and Children's, a laree variety on band al je9 - BBTTS.'.

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

Clover*. Its i-iliir lo till Furmer, mode ofcdliralion. iVc AUhou^h Ihe value of clover i* in fnme iiip.-inire a-pprecialnd. and its:cultivation somewhat cxtensiyc. yet they arc far lt»s» so than it? importance demand*. It is vvdu.iUts to ihe furmer fer three important purpose?—;o feed his stock, fertilize his .l.ind. mid to lil) his pur*e. His entile tin We upon \! «ficn grePn. as a pasture m the summer, and in the stall, when fed uifli the hay in the winter: liis: wlvvvt and com thrive? npon it when buried and de-! i "mpoi-in;; in thesoil. and. hi-: purse increases with the increase of his rullte and hi* crops. It in tlie very ,lxv&gt;is of good furrning on lands susceptilile nf alternate; husbandry. A good clover ©y, as eslimatt'd by exjierii'iuud u^riculturisl*, is said to Is? . worth as much as live tons of bar.i-yard, manure to Uie ai-re. Hiitanists enumerate a groat variety of khifjs^but those most common in use are usually denominalr,l as threekiuds—tjie Innre, middle an...

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

NEW ESTABLISHMENT i a^5.iiiiii '''r^ *. wM fco,:^^ ttfli^^^^Sc^eiAiW inform the crtitens oHVrtr * KBasssSOanda andlha piKict^oerally, that S ^tRSIB xT«»nJSr»»it&gt; on harid aVrnanufacMre liraiSl ttHtrxorder all khvls tof CABINET ¦ llsffllrr ^rbRHirvne, ot\ the he** maten ^^^ [""firials, anil workmtn»b!pl%»le«nBOt aUjl . IU. Vbosoriisj»ed ,insddil»»ntotWnwiaf assortment in country sbons^ we w'dt*«en»n hand and make l» onter 8OFA8, of variooa and moat approved patterns; Sofa Rocking Chairs, upholaterad m superior style, jnd for case and durability-eannot be- smpassed evin in our large cities. Aho, tfio half Frenen. Mahogany Chair, Iwanlifully npholstered, with curled hair, which never loses itt elasticity, aaW finished with tbe be4t hair seating. We flatter ooraelvri that having hail much experience in the bnsinsss , we shall be able to satisfy all who may fe«l dnrpoaed to call, both as =te ijnality and price, and by jtnet Attention to business hope to mciH and receive the patron...

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

cShTj* "kt rtrKjriTvaE MAY BE HAD at our abop much tower than it has ever been sold in Towanda. Goods are cliesp. and wheat am lowered, anO-lb*! is the.reason we cari afford all-for to do it. All kinds of produce will lie received in payment Alao, LUMBER of all kinds. 8ept. i. ^ ' ¦ j L. M, NYE w CO. WILL be kept on hand a lance assortment, and f made to order on shorter notice and for less money than can be produced at any other establishment in tbe land. Those who are under the necessity of (procuring-that article will and shall be satisfied. A jjood hearse and pall may be had in attendance When desired. September I, 1»45. Ii- M. NYE it CO._ A CERTAIN CURE FOR PILES !

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

The GooA Ot* Ptoi&gt;B««. 'Agricnlttirtil. 1.^,-- Let them "=ms&gt; «-ho may ofthe battle fray,. . And ihe deeds that havVl.me since passed; Let them chaiinr in rrahc nf the tar whose days 'Ate sp.1,1 «.nlhp neean-vast-, 1 would render to these all the woc-hif you please I would honor them even now, 6m I'd pivr faf more fmro mv hcarfs frUT store, To tlie cause i.f the Uood Old Plough. I.er Ihem land ihe notes that in mnvc final ^Thron-li- their bright 'and the,r-»lillcrinjr halfet W hU&gt;llic amorous twfl-l of the hair'.- hright curl Round the ihonldi-r- of heantv fall-s ; rVot-denr.r to me is the fall of (lie tree, And Ihe rich and blo.ss.uniiiK Imush ; tl' Ih'-sc nr;e the siwets which rhe rustic ^rcci^, , As I r folfon-i ibe Oood 1^1 Plough. Then how jocund the ¦ Soii'r as it emes along From the ploughman's lusty tUioal; •Blf| ihe hunter his sitoui ever yet pivc, mil To 'he briiu-n woods a merrier note T . Tboir-h he follows no bound, yet. his day-i* crowned, With a i...

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

Sitoi^^ert^^ ^ . iafri iiskvtfsm sa£&lt;Bi^iisji!3 J T. HEADEBy.EprrOR;-—The Majsaii^for . foraattly under the eartfof D. Mead, coaim«iic».iia Fourth Volaune under tbe edUorebip of J. % Headley author of-Napoleon and his Marshals," « WaaftingUm and bis Generals," « Letters from lUly," kc&amp;e. We hazard nothing in say ins that this Magazine is-destined to fill a large place in public eslimatibn; that it will nol only maintain its present enviable rep'utaiion, but earn to iiself a far higher popularity, and become die companion of many a eircfe to which, it ia now a stranger, gladdening by iU presence, while it exerts an iiifhience pure, elevating and healthful. The editor will bend his energies: to make this the most popular Magazine of tbe •lay, aiuVwhile availing birofelf of «s.-i-taiirc from the beet jpwers, he will draw freely from bis own exhaustle«s'«i&gt;r« ^ , ¦ It will continue Ui maintain its- high moral tone, and nothing will be admitted into iu columns which...

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

tiHEPHERD'jrMEDlClNES, cpXsts-rrsQ or fermiiusr, SarorparNia, Cough Candy, and Fercr / and Ague Pilli. OP THE VERMIFUGE, nothing more need besaid ^than what is said in the following certificates of residents of Luzerne county: Salim, May 17, 1847. I csed Shepherd's Vermifuge for two of my children. It operated well, and expelled a Quantity of worms. L can recommend it aa a valuable medicine. Ijlll ConTBIDDT, Tows Hill, Jan. SO, 1847.--John Koons, Lsq.— Dear Sir—You will please send roe four bottles more of Shepherd's Vermifuge. The three bottles purchased- of you a short time ago have been usedwilb the happiest effects. They were given to three of my children—in one case 65 worms were expelled, in another 164, snd in the last C7. I am anxious to give the rest of my'fsmily Ibe benefits of (his medicine, and therefore order as above. This is decidedly the best article for destroying worms that has ever been in this part of the country. I have tried Orrick's, Rf akist's and several oth...

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

A New thing in OW Wysox, DR. A, J, COVE would respectfully inform the citizens of Wysox and vijimly, lhat after diligently prosecuting the stady of Physic and Surgery in all its various branches for better than tine years under the immediate care and instruction of Nathan 8. Davis, M. D., of Bingbamton, in addition to- the- attendance on a roil and thorough course of Lectures at the Medical College of Geneva, N. Y. He feels a full confidence in assuring bis friends and patrons that no pains will bn spared lo render himself useful in meliorating the sufferings of his fellow man ; and on all occasions will be found in readiness to give prompt and careful attention to such business in his line as may fall to his hands. Dr. Cole may be found for tbr present at the residence of D.E. Martin. Wyaox.Apnl 21, 1847.

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

A LARGE assortment of Broad Cloths, Csasimerea, and Sstiinetti, which we have, long been famous for selling good and cheap, now cheaper than ever—»ni} upon which we'challenges the world, jost received »» O. D. ARTLETT. Towanda,Nov. 3, IS46.

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

A Natural Remedy. WE CAN confidently affirm .that among medicines designed fjsrgeharal use, none "stand higher in popular estimation than Wrigfii'i Indian Vrgrtnble Pills. Hardly a day pauses but we receive testimonials in their favor, and the most enthusiastic are those who have longest used them. What better prove of excellence could we ask 1 In them, we behold a signal triumph of principle over prejudice and,truth over defamation. The principles upon which this cclcbmted medicine is founded, are -beautifully simple. Every"one is aware lhal, in a slate -of sickness, the stomach and bowel* are irregular and disordered. Of course, so long as tbey continue in that stale, the food is badly digested, and Ibe blood, in conseqiience of being badly prepared, is less fit for Ihe proper support of heallif\and lifu.— Should the stomach and bowels continue disoidered, ihe mischief extends ; the corrupt hdrnors collect upou that organ that ia weakest and least able lo throw them off, aiid thus...

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

sSff *W •Tfii ffii SifflSi' ' HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES, is a disease produc ed by local irritation cosliveness, purgative .iliinutsuts; undue dclermrnation'of blood to the hemorrhoidal vessehtby excessive riding or walking, or a congestive state of the liver, and peculiarity ofthe constitution itself. [ ft is usually rnnsiiierecl nnder three form, or varieties, a»s follows: Blind Piles, White Piles, and Bleeding Piles-11 This disease is so common, and so very well known, -that a description of its symptoms is not deemed necessary. The success that has followed tbr-nsc of the Embrocation in the cure of this disease, has been trulyostnnishing. Phy«ieians niw advise their patients to try it, as the only Pile Medicine. In addition to its being a positive remCilv for the Piles, il never fails to cure that INTOLERABLE ITCHING, which is so very common, and has its location in the same parts as the Piles. Read the following, from tbe editors! column of Alexander's Weekly Messenger; Fotxi, at L...

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

¦ ^auuumv^v't^'^^*saa* f^Hrc ^^ ^'\^ ^S^Bfc. -siss-* i' k&amp;^^ wMS 5 I^ QR the core of DEAFNESS, paint, and thf iW charge of mailer from the ears. Also all tfioefl disagreeable sounds, likn th' e.nuziirfg of ii sects, falling ol water, whizzing of slranv &amp;e., &amp;c, which are symptoms of approaching deafness, and also generally attendant wilh the disease. Many persons who have been deaf fnr ten, fifteen, and even twenty years, and were obliged to use ear trumpets, have, after using one or two bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being mode perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeons highly recommend i|s use. I The very great number JT happy resulle that have followed the u«e of SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC OIL. have been truly astonishing1. And what is wonderful, some who were deaf from birth, have been so much improved at to bear common conversation very readily. ¦ h would be tbe height of presumption lo warrant a ciife in all cases, but in nine cases out of ten of recent dole...

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

TjONNE'ra—A great saving to the •' Heads of the JLJ Nation.*' The Ladies wiU find it a greatsaving to heir heads to call and purchase one of those beautiful Straw, Devon.; Gimp. Florence, or Lace, Lawn, Gipsy Bonnets, selling so cheap if ¦REED'S.

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

Dr: A- Dpbjrm's Tcgctable Elcctaarj, AN INTERNAL REMEDY, INVENTED BY DR. A. UPHAM'a distinguished Physician of New York city, is tho only real successful remedy ^r that dangerous aad distressing complaint—the PILES —ever offered to an American public. - \ Mark ihis. Il is an INTERNALS REMIJpY—and n it an [external application, and will cure every case of files, either bleeding or blind, internal oi external, and probably the only thing that wilt. There ia no miatake about it. Il is a positive cure—speedy and permanent. If is also a convenient medicine to take, auu improves the general heal h in a remarkable manner. Each box contains twelve doses, at 8 j a dose. It is very wild in its operation, and may be taken incases of Ibe most acute inflammation without danger. All external applications are in the highest degree disagreeable, ineonvenie t and offensive ; and from die very nature of the disease, inconvenient in their effects. This medicine attacks tho disease at its source, and r...

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

"Sugar Coated * fHit.''—Beware-! Caution. FW^HE increasing popularity of Dr. G. BENJ. SMITH'S IMPROVED INDIAN VEGETABLE SUGAR* COATED PILLS, has induced a number of persons to make something tbey call pills and coat them with sugar, in order lo self them for the genuine, white they do not possess a particle of t te goodness, nor even' assimilate io appearance to the original. Dr. Smith's Pills. In short, they are an intended FRAUD upon, the community. A minister who at first had an interest in an imitation Sugar Coatc,' Pift, manufactured in Albany. X. Y., has given them up, as he says, on account of tbe miserable dishonest parties concerned.in msnufaeluring them. . The sime party are now industriously circulating reports calculated to injure Dr. Smiths and to affect the reputation of bis valuable pills; bat rather than notice them in public, Dr. Smith 'is about to institute legal proceedings against them for their slanders, aa he basin aoother-case against a, similar party, in Whic...

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

i M^Se^^S I _Q |||||_j" THE «il*nk«rf atUlcoMh,-,L# *lb«uoU stand, .JlVv^^ --^^Laf »ETTEE »of n^ tfaLk .2 &lt;B^^BSr BEDSTEADS •&gt; ev^foeaeT -I. Wf a **•• *"* *• m •*» wTT I IVJaV "**'" I«»*»«*.U &gt;WineVZ Xsif ^?V-r InnJsw, White wM.Bm.^J *»¦¦"• ^*c«*»^d.fr| J»k.«47: 4 8csnllihgt3fe«t|IsH&gt;f-^tlierB»ntMwood ,D«asii« or Maple, will also bf received for eurwork. Taming dbneu* order m the nesiesl manner. [ TOMKIN8,*TMACKlNBo'l. Towanda,Feb.fes, i*47. - -j

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