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

JSJUfV EBtTJimiBinMENT B_. h. m. Nye & co, would»¦ jJ?«neciHv informthecilizcnaofTow-Sttnda arid thej public generally, that T*lhcy have on hand 4t manufacture M to order all kinds of CABINET ^FUKNrrUREV of the 6cat matcg rials, and workmanship that cannot ¦ >-* be surpassej.inadditionto the usual assortment in country shops, we will a*ep Oft hand and make to order SOFAS, of varioa* and moat approved patterns; Sofa Rocking Chairs, upholstered in superior style, and for case and durability Cannot be surpassed oven in our large cities. Also, the half French Mahogany Chair, beautifully upholstered, with curled hair, which never loses its elasticity, 'and finished with the best hair seating. Wo flatter ourselves that having had much ei|^ricnce in the businsss, we ahall be able lo satisfy all wjllb may feel disposed to call, both as to quality and pace, and by strict attention to business hope to merit and-rcccivc tbc patronage of a liberal community. 4 L. M. NYE it 00. To...

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

': jtJt_ THE anlawihe,. S^ ; fjtfl " M9 to manmiacture and km iTr"* ft^ff »«^*-^,r«Mfe< ¦rMJ™HI ,Bd "^ •eat'CHAlB* *• mmJf f , SETTEES of varVaua'Si,* 1^1f\1 *»..*•>•* *e wm wflLTt w I\A f^^^^-wiSrrw -WrV l"^.^!. waai. B*> . m** or Cucumber cl air pUnk _"** 4 Scantriug 13 feet long—either Bnttonwoelt w^.4 *> or Maple,' m ill ako be-reeeived for put wort ^ Taming lone to order in the neatest m>nB_ tomkinsamackS'^ TowamlaJ, TA. 32, 1847; , ' ' auw,<«.

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

(ossf&asig. uiliiir \Tftft way for Bargain,! *' TBE BTjf»scri6er' wouh| respeclfully „.to icostomeri and the public generally, um l? J re-commenced tlie mnnofactore of Chain, «.. t? old shop on lhe north aide of Bridge stteetm u-'lU!1 ing known aa the « Yellbw Honae." He kv*»T^ stantly on hand, or will.make to order, (iB »m«^ durable style) all articles in bia line, as eheao A. cheapest. jHia friends can bo snj-pjied with Fancy, PFinsor and Common Chain, of ft* ent p^ttlerr}s—Settees, Rocking Chain' Children's Chairs, cj-e., e>c * , - j AUo-rlkditttd» and TiWa Ca'l and aeo me at my shop on Bridge sheet,-A will satisfy you that you can buy reasonable. N. Bj—Whito wood, Cucumber and Baaiaa«i plank, wanted in exchange for chairs on -,7~ i terms. | ' JESSE TAVLOl Towanda, Jan. 20, 1847. M"1

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

No. l.jferiqk Row, again iiiliwFlei, { 1f\ Ji. Chambcriin, fflSC X± of N"» York whba b>« yJSjya^-N supply of Watchea, Jewebyij ULT V' "JWlSr Slh* '',"', comPr"»g ia aat Tr n US§S>lhe f01'0*'"!! anie|^s>_IjJZ, llwXs?ifl S^fflP L'EPmeaBU' p'«n WsirJw,^ i^N^^KJfJEpr » complete aasorhneM af 6sH 1 Jewelry, such as Ear Rktgs, lager Rin is, Breast Pins, Bracelets/Loekrta, fSoU daws Gold Peiis, Keys, etc. Also, all sorts of OswiJ and any quantity of Steel Beads—all.of which Wstm for sale etrceeedingly cGeap for CASH. -WaVlles repaired on. short notice, and qjiimjj to run well, or the money *ill be refunded, asa)t •*> ten agrWroeht given lo that effect if required. * N. BJ—MAPLE SfjGAR, and Country Pilars taken in payment for work ; and alsj. learn nine, ai forrrerAhat the Produce mast be paid tries (tricri is donej-l war against credit in all iu forms, ! W. A. CHAMBERLI.\r Ateat Towandai April 18. 1847. .//AIWAXTE D AIJIdYSTO CVM!

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

HEMORRHOIDS, OR PtLES, is1 * disease prai* cd by local irritation costiveocss, purgative aims lants, undue dcU-rmrnauon of Wood to (be heraontMU vessels by* excessive ridin: or walking, or a caoream t-tate of the liver, and peculiarly of lhe constitution itacH ft is usually considered under three form, or ranens, as follows: Blind Pile*,'White Piles, sad trlada*Filer This dVsesse is so common, and so very well kasaa lhat a description of its .symptoms ia not deemed •Rasa ry. r | , The success that lias followed the use of theEmancalioh in the core of this disease, has been trolJistomaV rng: Phy-icians n >w advise their satanl. te try *• ¦ the only Pile Medicine. In addition to its being a' positive remedy far fat fits, il never fails to cure that INTOLERABLE ITCHLSfc, which is so very common, and has its loeatioQ a, |H, same parts as the Piles. • Read the following, from the eJilon! cottrnt of At' ander's Weekly Messenger :, Focxn at Last—A S\ ar. Crtsr. roa rai Pnu! —Physici...

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

7emu"of tie Bradford Bff^' • Firr"*^ Two dollars and fifty rents per annum, ^ ^ deilucteil if |iaid within the year; and for • ally in advance. Otfa Doll.h as-ill.tae *,r*"™2r«]»» V Subscribers at liberty lo discontinue si«. ^^ paying arrearages. Most kinds of Cor.vT received in payment, at tbe market price- ^ ^ Advertisements, not exceeding a /jl"* , jBs«''* lines, inserted for fifty cents; every sobseqoe ^^ twenty-five cents. A discount rosile to yea". > j # Jon I'aiti-riKTi, of every Jescriplion. nea ^, | H-ililiously executed on new aftd '"''"<"'^fC awS'i0*' , Letters on business pertaining '»t^ " ree of jwalagc, to ensuie allcnli"'"'

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

C^mjTET FVKjrtTVBE MAY UEIHAD at our ahop much lower than it has ever been sold in Towanda. . Goods are rbirap, and wheat am lowered, and that is iheweason we can afford all for to do it," All kinds el produce will he leceived inpayment. Also, LtTMuERof all kinds. Sept. I. ,L. M. NYE* CO.,

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

M^zmomM^M^mimsm WILL be kept oa ^ band a large assortment, and made to order on shorter notice and for leaa money than can be produced at any other establishment in the land. Those who are under the oecessily of. pro. curing lhat article will and shall be satisfied. A good hearse and pall may be had in attendance when desired. September 1, 1845. .J.. M. NVE * CO. m j^iin2.^ > H&} w &m,w ~ , In Totcanda. HM. DAKER respccffully informs the public that. • he has commenced the GRAVE-STONE busit)c»,s, in all its branches, at Towanda, where he whM be icady al all limes lo attend lo all calls in bis fine. - Monuments, Tomb.-lubhs, Grave-stones, of every description, tfC, §-C; made lo order, and furnished as cheap a* WORK and MARBLE ofthe same quality can be obtained at any shop in the country. He invites the public to call and examine bis* work and materials, hoping to merit their patronage by strict attention lo basilicas, and by superior workmanship and good marble...

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

BOOT & SHOE MAKING. i, V»J istei . .X.'KTIl't.'OX & SAfJK.Iiave associated tbemseveS »'? in the Hoot iinrf Shoe Making business, in tbe borough of Towanda, and may he Sound nt lhe old stand of S. Hathaway.lately occupied by Elkanab Smith.neat I. If.Stephens'Exchange Hotel, where they solicit a share of public patronagr ^ They intend, by a carcfcl selection of*lock, nnd by attention to the interests of their customers. 10 makeiis neat and durable work as can be marmifaelured inShis portion of the country. \ They keep constantly on bond,-and will manofactdre lo order, morocco, calf-and coarse boot* and shoes; Ladies' Oniters, shoes and slips; children's do.; gent's gaiu-rs and. pumps, Ac, dec . Jl>HN W. WILCOX, PHILANDER SAOE. Towanda, May 14, 184

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

TEN Th'qUSA ND PERSONS THAT HAVE i;sED DR. I'PHAM'S ELECTLARY for lhe PILES^HRDNIC.DYSKN'TrRY INFLAMMATORY* DliSjSASES AND SEVERE t 'O'sTI V E N ESSi bavc given their certificates of cures made by its use, when all other remedies have failed, and the proprietors are now prepared 16 ouer ONE HUNDRED DOLL ATS to any persons afflicted with Piles, and all diseases of a similsr nature, or which are found in conjunction with loo Piles, if a cure isyno! affected by the use of DK. LPHAM'S VEGETABLE ELECTUARY. It Is an Ivtkbsal Rzncnr, not an external application, and will cure any case of Piles, either (deeding or blind, internal or external, and the only thing that will. There is no mistake about it. Il is a positive cure, speedy and permanenj. It js also a convenient medicine to take, and improve the general health in a remarkable manner. Il is very mild in it. opperaiions, and may be taken in cases of the moat acute inflammation, without danger. All external applications are in the highe...

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

j I I j INFLAMMATORY DISEASES. Although lhe Electuary was' originally prepared for the cure of Piles; yet il has proved itself to be a medi- I cine far superior 10 all others, in all diseases of an in- I tl.immatory character, wilh a determination of blood to j any particular part or organ. In Inflammation and ! Congestions of the Liver and Spleen ; Inflammation, Soreness and Ulceration of the Stomache, Bowels, Kid! neys and Bladder : Inflammatory and Mercurial Rheumatism, ii is the best medicine ever discovered IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD. For all Impurities of the^Blood, arising fte-m the'v mprudcnl use of Mercury, or other causes ; for all diseases of tho skin and scrofulous affections ; in all ra-es where the blood is powerfully determined to the head, producing dizziness and dislreas/Dr. Uj-ham's Electuary' is entirely unrivalled. TO MARRIED LADIES. Married. Sadies arc „|mast jnyarjauiy m\,^ „,|n „ painful and injurioijs disease, the Piles, wilh consequent inflammation of the Stoma...

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

, CAPT.O. W. McLEAN'S CERTIFICATE. -RsnivAr, June 16, 1847. • I have been,afflicted for years with the Piles, and have tried, wilhout anything like permanent benefit, almost-everjthing assuming the .va.hk ofa remedy. I bad, as a matter of course lost all confidence in medicine. Under this feeling, I was 'induced—not without reluctance, I confess—10 use "UphajTs Essctvabt." and having used it-for about three weeks according io tho directions laid down, I find, to my utter surprise aa well as satisfaction, lhat every, symptom of lhe disease Uas left me. I think it due" alike to Dr. Upharn and myself to make this statement. » O. W. NcLEAN. late ofthe V. 8. X. PAFLADELHPIA CERTIFICATE.-DR. I'PHAM—Dkab Sib.—About five yea>s ago I was afflicted with what was called Chronic Dysentery. I have suffered with it ever since, and physicians have told me that my liver was affected, and that my bowels were ulcerated, for blood and pus, attended with a peculiarly putrid smel(, were the frequ...

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

THE Proprietors of lhe al-ove Line will """"Jl* run a Line of Passage Boats between EL*~' CORNING and BUFFALO, .for- the «rt03"| *T ol Emigrants and Families, moving West, '""^ ^ ciliiics not heretofore'offered to the Emigrant, m»"' section of New York, Pennsylvania. «, TlgBoat, of Ahis Line are of the FIRST CW^ fitted thtal furnished wilh all the convenfrnrt u* Commodalion of PACKETS, commanded by «p««r cd Captains, and lowed bv relays of Horses. BOAT ROME. Capt. H. W. THOMP80S, " " TEM PEST, Caau A M. TAYLOR.. ' "During thh season of. IS17, one ol the *"w r^. will leave Coyrijig and Elmira every week ift"" ' lowing order; ; ¦_ s ConxixH,every Monday evening, at 6 oc}*~ . j> % Elmira, every Monday evening, at 6 ffc'0f*!-^f 'Rowing down Seneca Lake |yrry T,1P*L ^ ing, touching at Big Stream, Lwi. and v"*^ leaving Buffalo for Corning and jEluiira,every » day morning. ¦ ; raJ| FOR FREIGHT OR PASS.KOE.applj ,ot,i^ on Board, or to Wm. Malhiryj Corning-S. B. Strang & Co, K...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

¦ Isrful Information lor Children, whether ok laroee ok smaller growth.. I -, u-;;i'_' :ui .Umanoe, there is one subject, upon !i ni'i.-l re.iders require some particular iiilor-41,111 I refer'to'what is denominated --llieEmia--\ - -• t • •- •'! lime.- . Atp.euen', the most of our Almanacs give the ri-,.j ii I setting of the sun and 'planets in what is :..>¦ -I • flock time.'' Formerly it was •usual to ¦ ¦•¦ thr«e in- apparent solar lime. -Hence it was r.i.u"ii I" lind an occasional note thrown into llie • i; nti- of l!ie Calendar " snnjast"—•• son ;lott :" ill hue ofie-n he,ard children intpiire. " How :i i.V sun be too/rtf, or too sloir, as that is the •jn-rj-.il.ilor of lime >"' In order to o\plah>tiiis •\.iiir tuinpreliPnsioH. vou must give strict atlen '•n • I: t.V earth had only one motion, viz: that around '¦hum an.*, then you see that the place you live ¦'¦! :n\ oilier fixed meridian on the surface would .,»•.-.- ri'vnlyr from the sun to,the sun asiain m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

The Craclflclon- Sunlight upon J id'-a's hdK And on the waviv. ol'tlal VOn Jordan's stream and orr trrr ntfs. That gather to the sleeping sea ! \ . Moal freshly from the "reepwnyd springs » The light breeze on its srebted uings Anc gaily quiver iu III* «m« •The tail grceu plumes of Lebanon. A few more hours—a change hath cmne-. Dark as a l.Toodinj- ihiinder-clond ! The shoots nl" wraih aud joy are dumb—• And proud knees unto earth are b-»u-(\l. ' A change is on the hifl <»f death. The helmed watchers pant tor breath, And turn with wild and maniac e-,es, Kroin the dark scene of saiprif.ee.t That sa'eritice '.—the death of Him—The High and ever holy One! Well may ihe conscious Heaven ~nuv dim And blacken the beholding sun ! The wonted ligft had fled away, Ni^'ht settles oa the rm.ldie day, . And earthquake from his caveru'd bed, Is wak'ping with a thrill of dread. The dead are moving underneath ! Their prison door is rent aVay, " And ghastlv with the seal of death They wander i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

The City of Mexico. Yery fe^w of our.people have an adequate idea of tlie extent and magnificence of the Mexican capital. Tlie city of Mexico contains a population of 250.0CO. It stands nearly in the centre of an elevated plain or plateau, surrounded by mountains and having an area of about 1700 square, miles, one-tenth covered by lakes. It is undoubtedly one of the tinest cities in'either hemisphere, and inferior only to Petersburg or Berlin, London and Philadelphia, as rosp'fects tlie regularity and breadth of the street", aiid the extent of its public placegF The streets are wide, well pavod and flagged, but not well lighted nor watched at night. They run almost uniformly at right angles, many of them* being, nearly 2 miles in1 length, perfeclly level and straight, and offering from every view die most picturesque scena/y. The houses are nearly all hollow squares, with open courts surrounded by collonades, ' and ornamented widi plants. Numbers of the houses are covered with glass...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

The AnicrlcAn Mechanic. rVrom Ihe National. Erm,] M-il-Gl'ITui OtOWJI. " ' • Lift up thine iron hand, i Thou of the stalwart form and fearless eye ; Lift prondly now thine iron hand on high p Firm and uifdaunted stand! . \o need hail thou of gems, T.wlcck the temple of thy glorious thought— " •nf'U hast the jewels which thy,mUd has wrought J Richer than diadems! Thou art nur God's high priest, sim'-ins before great Nature's mighty shrine; yji the u-.hole world the glorious task is thine, ; To spread the eternal feasl. I Kven like the Hebrew chief rjtiif "t th"i 'he rock, and from its deep Mvs!cr!"us heart, the living waters leap, . To gut the earth relief. Mighty among'thy kind; raidcst thou, man of iron toil, midway B-:'.•'-.-. en ihe earth and heaven, all things to sway-By thy high-working mind! Thou can<t delve in the-earlh, in J fiotJi its mighty caves bring forth pure gold; Tlu'i can't unwrap the clouds in heaven rolled, V And give the lightning birth. Taoti'hast the sto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

T^n\rAND^_ iTjcbncsban iUarninn, 3nlg 28,1847. " -—' ¦ —a— m -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

¦|j§ra>fi>itf W^tyfrt*** Towanda, Wednesday, July! K 1<17 DBMOCIIATIC KOMIXATIOMSJrrin i.ovmioR, FRANCIS It. SHUNK. frifif tiili rinsl«l"i.«, Mobuis longst.keth, t or voxTnimmt roi-JTi.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 28 July 1847

| ,- , . . ——News from o!I Nations. Mr.Ralph Ingersoll, ou\cnvoy Extraordinary lo the court of Russia, reachedVjlis station, and was presented to the Emperor on the 31st May, with his son, as secretary of legation, and Mr. Sanfordns attache. He passed the winter in enjoyingthe gay pleasures of Paris, and the spring in visiting his relatives scattered over ihe continent. A large arch which had jusl been erected in the State Capital of Ahlbama, at Montgomery fell dtown on Siflnrday week, killing two persons. Messrs. Ghents, and McOray, and injuring others. The ships Tahmaroo and Jnbilee, and tlie steamship New Orleans, were to leave New Orleans on tin- 7th iiislmit for Vera Cruz. The two fninirr with live companies of flie I'lidiaua volunteers, and the. hitler with raie company of tne lib infantry and dpi. Feathersliui's company "of Louisiana volun teers, Tlie whole force on Uiree vessels being about 700 men. / . . A capital of fifty thousand dollars has been subscribed in Phih-.delph...

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