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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

| ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. PURSUAN P to an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford county, will lie exposed lo public sale at jhe house upon lhe premises in Sheshequin township, Bradford county, Pa., on Saturday the 4th day of Sepjenib.'r, 1847, at one o'clock P. M., all of the certain pieces, Iota or parcels'of Land lying and being in said township, known as the Ridnard Horton farm, to be sold as lhe property of Patrick Cummlnga, dee'd., bounded as follows: Beginning at a corner, thence by lots No. 94 and 101, south thirty degree* and IS minutes, 82 perches to a corner, Ibenco by parts of lot* No. 101, 102 and 103, south 59 degrees west, 184 perches to a corner, thence along the Sheahequin road, north 614 degrees weal, -22 perches, north 63 degree* west, 78 perches to a comer, and thence by parts of lots No. 91 and 92, north 69 degrees east, 236 perches In the beginning, being part of lots No. 92,93 and 101 in the old township of Clsveraek, one ofthe seventeen townships, &c. C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

ADMINISTRATOR'S ftOTiyE. A Liz—persons indebted to the estate of JOEL BARNES, late of Orwell township, dec'd,are hereby requested to make payment without delay, and those having claims against said estate, will please present them duly attested to lhe subscriber, CYPRIAN BARNES, Administrator. Orwell June 10, 1847. With lhe will annexe v , APMINISTttATO'K's' NOTICE. X A I.L persoiis-uutebteJ 'to the estate of TRUMAN A KINSMAN, late of TowandS borough dre'd., are hereby requested to make payment w (hont delay, and those having claims against said estate, will please present them duly attested In the sulwcriber. L. W.TIPf ANY, Adminlstrato. Towinda, June 16, 1847. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. '.". ALL' persons indebted, to the estate of J. B. M err it/, late of Granville township, dee'd., are reVfuest etl to mate pay ment without delay, and those having claims against said estate, will please present them duly attested to the subscriber. JAMES MERRITT, Has WELL DUNBAR. Trov, May 29, 1847. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

ORPHAN'S COURT SALE. IN pursuance of an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford county, held at To wands, in and for said county, on the Itfh day of May, A. D. Iffl7, will be ex posed to sale by public T-ndtte «r outcry ort lhe premises, on Wednesday the 28lb day of July, A. D. 1847, al 1 o'clock P. M., the following piece of laud situate in the township* of Springfield,'bounded north by lhe county road leading from Troy to Tioga Point, arid by lands of Sylvester Leonard. easlBy lands of Oliver Oatea and lands of Paul Sherowav, south ley lands of Stephen Bliss, and west by lands of Daniel Bartlelt rfnd 3. W. Mercuf and lands of Lemuel Faulkner. Containing one hundred aeries or thereft'houta, wilh a two story framed dwelling house, a framed hyft and other oat bouses (hereon erected, and an orchard thereon. The above will be sold as tb£ pioperty of Benjamin Nl Affee die'd.—Tefnis made known on the day of salet JOEL P. M'AFEE-„ BENJ. J. M'AKEE, June 23, f847. Eircoloiaof BeuJ. M'Afee.<...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

The Saddle nnd Harness Business r atill continued by ELIvANAH SMITH, J. CJJLP &amp; CT. SMITH, under the Firm of Elksnah Smith &amp; CO., at the old stand North side of thai Pub'.ic Square, where wilt he kept constantly on hind Best Plain and QuilteO Saddles, Plated and Cpnfmon Harness, all kinds of Trunk*, Vslices , and all other work in their line. ' ! . '' Carriage Trimming 4" Military wofyt done to order. From their experience and punctuality. they are in. hopes to receive a shsre; of public patronage. Wffrk can be had at their shop aa cheap as at any other shop in the coontv of the same quality. May 18. '4,7 SHOES— Ladies' Misses and Children's, i targe varietj oahand at je9 BEITS'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

COME TO THE RESCUE! THE subscribers having met with severe k**ea b* (he late fire fri Towanda. as, well as olhse loawaa , earnestly request that those who know ihemaahsra iay debted wltLjniae every effort pussiM* . «•¦»&gt;•*» it)tMw thai we may be able to meet our bona** r*,a*, | i*..nH and continue oUr business. ?,MONTANYB, »*Ct&gt;. MONT ATtYE'8 &amp; cri$*— reaver! their bnatwae situation a law door* helofc BHdfja a—at whw tfcey in.end to accommodate thetr cnalnJaen oa» twajr awial liberal fenns. Wa have now oa Mm! a (air ansae* of Goods adapted to lhe spnng trade, which will he abat ed jof at greatly reduced prices, compared with tha areaj advance of Goods in the city. March 22. 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

•DISSOLUTION. THE co-paitnVrsJiip heietofore existing Between C. St B. REED is ihU day dlaaalvad b&gt; ntattaal&lt; consent, 'the accocin,ts, notes, &amp;\c , due: the firm am left wi-h Cfjarles Reed, No. 5, B. E. for tsdlection. CHARLESREED ~ f owanda. May 24; 1847; EDWARD REED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

EIST OF LETTERS remaining in the P. O. Towanda, Pa, quarter ending June 30, 1847, Afloway Wm tones Isaac D Re* Bntggs Francis * Joyce James • B.likeslee E D Kibler J. Briiwn Wni - -.' Kelley Mary Ann. Bihwn Alice R Mrs LoopDJM Bekrdsley D J , I*e Wm CaWAM , l*nl Joseph Carpenter&lt;EJward! Lung Evaline"J Colbarn A soph, ]jear*,Lo Mc Cumming* Stephen: McGovern Tbuwife Cooper John Malay Jotai or D Lueaa Chandler A \L Mealy Miebacl' Dcvine FrancesV M'Kee Asa JV Douglas Wm \ Marbaae* Joaepfc ' Dollin Patrick \ Maramfll Clariasa Dodson John , Moran Pat Etheriilge Isaac D Noble Orrin Emich LeonanJ O'Conner* David* Frost Aaron Overpeck CalfcerMe M Miaa Foster Luther P Place Sosannah Mrs* Foster Mary- Sutton Hannah Mrs Fisher John ' Smith John j Foster Jane Miss Thomas Asaph A Qarthwait Danief Tickar AarbO Harkness Lurinda Mis* Titu* Jermam Humphrey Thenp. &amp; Jas Vincent Richartl Hemley Jos Webb Andrew Hentt Heolar \Stsh: Tha* titA iofcrl Hu I Daniel . ; Welch J*n*s How land Mafi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

LIST OF LETTERS remaining' in the Post Offi* 'at Troy, Pa., quarter ending June 30, |847&lt; Basse it R S McStrpod Danfc^ 3 Bassett A B Welntosh Ma'fMa Beasley Elias' Maeon SophronOi Ml* Brown A R. ParkhurstD DVj Bohfoey C S' Pierce Luna Mrsa* Chester George 2 Provin Wto j Chase Wm R Parkhutst Darujel Comujrt Lovina Peters Alpheus-Calkins ^araJh T Mrs ftollms Aaron - Evan* Wm T ^ Robbins John W Fisher Philip 2 RamsdaU 0. L Muaf Frank Nathan 2 Rockwell A Mis* Fish Martha E Mrs ' Silvemajl H A M!a# Gustin Wm A' Aufrui Kir Hallock Caleb I Sheldon iolian Mutf : Jackson Harlovr ! Srmmomi 8 Kiff John . Thomas Cheater ' Kingman Ceasande/ Taylor Chandler KinyoA ioad' Town Soaan MM Lamb James E Whipple G L LiniJUrman Jacob' Williama J 8 Mli&amp;Henr/Sv if Wile; Polly Mis* Moore (tenfold J ,_ Wobrl -TbdW . .. ^ IaytoN runy6n. p. k.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

Nctu Sork ^toertitcnsitt.. Premioms Xfffltd tV* I^Br«#i, Brtta iatr^rf Irt»^ fw1 W-rwj. ¥ IN 1840—A Silver Medal for'S, pjfWr'GoU Pen*. 1841—A Diploma Cm Gold Pens,' I84«—A Diploaa* for the brat Gold Pans. k 1848—A Diptoma for the be* I Gold Pen»i 1844—A Diploma for eonerioi Gold Pet»»v 1846— A Silver Medal for tb&lt; bast Otto" Pens. 1846— A Silver Medal foi ih&lt; besltsBM Pens' This is lo certify, that the abdv , it aI'tltis* copy from' the records of the American Ittatit: to HENRY MEIGS; , Gm38 Roc. Sec. of Ae i .mericaa Ibatitnie.'' ^—s^s^^"^^"i ^¦ JMSS^IS^^I^^^HB^H

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

Farm FO'ft Sale. » THE subscribe^ offers for. sale on reahdn atle terms, the valuable FARM tormffly ovrned and.now 6'ccnVI*d bj Joseph C^dWel\, Esq4 situate one niile north' of the boro' ot I owanda. The lot containa FIFTY acre* of good fanning land, nearly all improved, wilh a largV *hd commodious dwelling house, two barn*, an apple orchard, and a variety of other choice fruit tree* thereon.-For further particular*, apply to the subseribci1 aV mi office inthe borough of Towanda'. .. v June .28. 1847. Wrf.LrAM ElWELE, Agent

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

NEW DRY GOOtiSy , Corner of Main and MrWge BtfiHts .. —-' I ,..-.,. - J UST OPENING, at the corn*? of Main * Qrfdg* street, • well-selected assortment of new' alWiaah ionable DRY GOODS, which wrjl be aold'undsually low for ready pay. The auck conaists in part of . ' Salinelt, flannef, ginthhaltf, alpaceat lhe cheatteat'lof of print* m town, edging*, insertions, Swiss anifcKitlbric muslins, linsey, canton lannel, drilling, bleached and brown ro'uslid, (not. lo be surpassed) ticking, checkL cashmere,' \ cotton, wool and buck gloves, cotton hose, resMnders, . Germanhanddrcirs,'. .' cotton and pongee &amp;dkr.&lt;i.'Jf gfngBam eravafa. plaid shawls) w'ooT comforters, cotton rt'pes, riatent. threaJI, sewing silk, cotton: bells, /packs' - pins, needles, spool colVori, nook* and eyea,.'. suspender, shirt and metal buttons, wilh many otncr articles, ususlly fouml in a store, not' rnenttooeVi'. The public are invited to call arid examine the stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

A Woolen Factory] at Boito; THE subscribers take pleasure in •rfb'ouricifcg lo Ilia cilizrns of Bradford county ai id vicinity, lhat they havi; leased *f.:r a term of yea'rs th t building situate in Wyalusing township, and known us Ingham's Factory, and which lhe; are now filling up with machinery end apparatus for *he uianufaciure ol' broad and narrow cloths, flannels,'jfic.ift aoperioT atyle arid ori lhe most reasonable termi, 1'hose wishing to have wool B)ianufaclured upon shares will find it Id their'aSVafiiag* to give Ihem a call, as. the; are detei mined lhat nd'palna shall be.*pared to give lhe most pirfect satiafaction^—They work Wool into Broad or oiirow dressed clotha for one half the ctolh, ot if preferi sd, they will' rtikiltafacture by lhe yatS aa folic ws:—I rb(0 cTMnsraKfroil! SI to SI.25 j Narrow cloth, from A'»(Socfi.- OfflrV articles manufactured for pfdjlnrtiqmne prices/ Wool carding and cWi' dreni^g will W AoSf its short notice and'reasonable ler'ms. ,'TbeV will'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

HATS—The largest and best selected assortment of Summer Hats, consisting of Panama,English straw, Dunstable, Pedal, Palmleaf, &amp;c, for gale cheap at » '' .BAIRD'S BONNETS—Florence, China Pedal. Straw and Lawn Bonnets, all of the latest fashions, at BAIRD'S. BOOTS 4; SHOES—Men's Cslf ami Morocco boots, and Congress gaiters, and Ladies shoes ot ever}, description at . BAIRD'S. PAINTS ^"OILSr—Linsee.1, Lamp and Tanner's Oil—White Lead7dry and ground Venitian Red, and all kinds of Paints for sale nt the rhea|iest store in Towanda. BAIRD'S NO. 3. B. R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

Fine Weather aa* Ifce C»«pe. , ptgricnUnrol. fKroin'nV loiuton rimcu 1 Warmed into life bv sunnv showers The forcM trees their buds unfold; The meadows gleam wilh cuckoo-flowers, And brizhl marsh-marigold: And the daisy springelli up Wilh its sister butter-cup. On hyacinth and cowslip wild Feeds daintily the honey-bee: In thicket and in grove the child Plucks the anemone: c Bloom and verdure ever)' "'here, . ,-Cheer the eye with pictures fair. 'Mnl all that's bcauliful and bright "Around us. not a vision sweet Can match that truly charming sight, Tbe*growin&amp; crop of wheat: Talk not of the flowery dell! Wheat, rriy bucks, is looking well. Fair is thv prospect, bloVning May. This rather late, but IcVely spring; Fairer the prospects of the hay— ; "" A more important thini. How lhe mangel wuftzel grows * Never mind lhe opening rose-. . kr" * The young and tender turnips jeo—. (Ohl how delicious are mei^'green !) They are healthy "as can be: Behold yon thriving beans, . Field-s o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

Like Causes produce Like Effects; All writers on the subject of the rlrvlule ami fill of the'Roman EmpiriSj concur iu tlie opinion, tluit it wnp tlie extinction (if tlie Urban or itirirultural portion of the population which prorlucril her ilow.iifall, For it is stated that while, at the period of lu-r greatest decrepitude, wlt€n she was unable to raise an army of.over 150.000, with which to repulse llie host* of barharinns hesettini lier on even' hand —this army ttst'lf recruited from the barlarou^hords on hor confines—the cities and great towns of tho Empire exhibited the sfealPrt wealth, luxuriance, and prosperity. This condition of things—the pro*- nerty ofthe great towns on the one hand, and the decline in agricultural population on the oilier, is accounted for in various ways by tlicMifferent writers. Tlie most, eminent—among them, GihlKin and Michelet—ascribe it lo lhe onerous taxes im posed for the support of Imperial splendor, and the want of confidence felt by tlie rural p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

1&amp;&amp; ^fttjertiscmenls. • / ^PSIJ JP^lB2a®IB !&amp;M82S51 JT. HEADI.KV, EDITOR.—&gt;-The Magnin^for « formerly under U» care of D. Mead,, e lmmmocm iu Fourth Votuaue under, tbc editonihip of). 1 ^ Headley author ofu^iapol&gt;-on and bia Marahala, " Waahidpon and hia Ucnerab,-"Lrtlcra from Italy, $*•*«• We haaard nothing in aavins that Una Magazine ia dctfjned lo 611 a largo place in public eatinjanon; that it will not oidy nuiiitain il» pre«ciil enviable rrpntatiun, but cam loilaclfafer higher popularity, and become lhe enmpantun bfrmany a circle lo which il is now a atranger, gkuluY-uiiig'b* il* presence, while it exerta an influence pure, elevating mid lipalU.ful. The editor wilt bend hii efirrgien lo make Ihislbo mo»t popular Magazine ofthe .lay, and while availing hirorelf of aa»Wance from the Wt vwilcra, he will draw freely from his own rxhaual li&gt;« &gt;,|urc. - i It will continue to maintain its high moral tone, and nothing will I«j adinilj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

roNsinxntn of SSllEI'UBUirs MEUIC'INES, Vrrraifngr, Sarsaparilla, Conyh Candy, ind Fertr and Afnc Pill*. /"VK THE VERMIFUGE, nothing more need be said V ' ifmn what is said in the following certificates of resident* of Luzerne county : r Sa !.«:», May 17, 18-17. I used Shepherd's Vermifuge fur two of my children. It oiieraled well, and expelled a quantity of worm*. 1 can recommend it as a valuable medicine. IsiAC ('oFTniOMT. Towv Hill, Jan. 20, 1817.- -John Knons, bsq.— Dear 8h*—rVou will please send me four bottles more of Sheiihcril's Vermifuge. The three bottles purchased of you a short time a^o have been used with lhe happiest effects. They were given to three of my children—in one case 65 worms were expclfed, in another 1G4, and in the last fi7. I am anxious to^ive the rest of my family the benefits of ibis medicine, a*hd therefore order aa above. This is decidedly the best article for destroying worms lhat has ever been in this part of the country. I have tried Orrick's, Realu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

A Mew thing in Old Wysox. "PVR. A, J. COLE would respectfully inform the cili--L&gt;%&gt;z*n« of Wysox and vicinity, that after diligently prosecuting the study of Physic and Surgery in ail its various branches for better than t iree years under the in.medratc cartfjtand instruction of Nathan 8. Davis M. D of Blnghamton, in addition to the attendance on a bill and thorough course of Lectures at the Medical College of Geneva, N. V. He feels a full confi. dencc in assuring his friends and patrons that no pains "ill b« spared to render himself useful in meliorating the suffering, of bis fellow man ; and on all occasion, will be found in readiness lo give prompt and careful attention to such business in his line as may fall to his bands. Dr. Cole may be found for the present at the residcnceofD. E. Martin. Wysox, Apnl SI 1847 A LARGE asaortme^&lt;rfBroe«I«0tha,Caawroerea, -f i- and SaUinetts, which we have long been famous roj selling good and cheap, now cheaper than ever—ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

RpMunTif oil! ] &amp;1 *T/I/V ^ntntaumr J \R" FOR the cure of DEAFNESS, pains, and the discharge of matter from tbc ears. Also all those disagreeable sounds, like the buzzing of ir sects, falling of water, whizzing of steam, etc., tuc^ , which, are symptoms of approaching deafnesa, and also generally attendant with lhe disease. Many persons, who bare Iwcn deaf for ten, fifteen, and even twenty years, ind were obliged to use ear trurniicls, have, afiet using onolior two bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being mode perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeons highly recommend iu use. Tbe very great nomlirr of happy results thai have followed the o«e of SCARPA'S, ACOUSTIfe' OIL, have been truly astonishing. And'wlfat is wonderful, some who were deaf from birth, fuse becii so much improved as lo hear common conversation very readily.' ^ It would lie the height of presumption lo warrant a cure in ufl cases, but in nine cases out of ten of recent date, there is a certainty that the res...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

«f I cry Important Communication TO ALL rr.llSOS* IX ALL' PUCKS, At all limr*, AND UNDER ALL (MIU'-UMSTANGES. IF VOU ARE Sit K, get cured : if well, employ measures to continue six Every individual indulges in habits, which must, to n greater or lesser extent, »taarrange the admiral* and intricate combinations which form the system, and &lt;-nnse&gt;|ueiilly KVKiir i.viiirniUAL sbonld possess some mild.yet efficacious, simple andacrredilrd agent for preserving ar! tU^-fuiictiona oi tuo body good order. &gt; D1T. WOOD'S s*n*ArAiiit.L4 av» wild ciif:aur an-rms wiH achieve ihi. ri-sulf, and fthould be in cverv fdrnily, snd in Ibe hand, of every person, who by bu*incs«, profession or general course of life, is predisposed lo the very many Imle ailment* lhat render life a corse, rns ead or a blessing, ami final!)- result, in their aggregated condition, is tbe cause ,-i OF DEATH, The Bitters here mentioned are compounded by a man of great skill sod knowledge, from lhe simple N...

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