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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

A. Nc\f Jhiii2 in Old Wysox. "TiR.A, J. COLE would respectfully inform the cili-JL-' zens-ofWysux arid viriuity, that * after diligently proscciitin? the sfldy of Fhysie'and Surgery in oil its various branches for betu r th in t in-*yearj undA ibe iii-inviliate care ami instruction of Nathan S. Davis. M. D., of Binuhaminn. .in addition to lhe attendance on a" full and thorough mursc" of Lectures at the Medical College of Uenrva. N. V. He feels a full conJidence in assuring UU friends und polrsni that no pain« "ill b- spared to render himself useful in inchoratin-' the suderi,,-- „f !,is fellow ii,a„ ;' and on all occ'i,",,,,^ will be found'in 'readiness to ?i,, prompt and careful attention lo such business in hi< line as mar fall-to Ins harals. Dr. Col,.- „,„v be found for the pr^cm at 4he residence of I). E. Marti.i. Wysox. April -ii, K^'. A I. \ KGE assortmeYU of Broad Cloths, Casiin. res -t J- and Sattinelts, whicu>. wc have long Imh-o famous tor selling good and ch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

SIIHIMIKKD'S MKbliJINi:*, ui.vmstixi; nr VfrmUttg;', Sarsaparillfi, Cough randy, and Ftvtr ami Aiiie Pills. OK THE VERMlFCliE, nothing more need ac said than what U said in the lulio-.ving ceililk-alcs of resnlenu uf Lu^'ijit- cuijlj : Sim, May 17. 1817. I twetl ^hepherd'a Vermifuge l-r two i.f my childien. ft operate,! well, and eX|ielli-il a ipian iiy of noriits. I can recommend it as a valuable me.li- me. I- v *r t '.tnTRinsiT. Tows Hill. J.in. 20. 1S17.- -John Koon-, l.s.j.— Dear Sir—You will plra.-e -end me four buttles more if She|,fce-rd's \'ermifli;;e. 'Hie three bottles purchased of you a short lime ago ha\e l-cen u-ed mil. ilu iiup| iest effects. They were gucn to Ihtre of my childreh—in one ca-e 63 worms-were »t(ci{.,1, in auoiliet ICI, Ai.d u, the la»l 67. I am ahNi.u- lo ^ive the ri -I of mv fmolv lhe benefits of this medicine, ,vid iheefore nrAer an above. This is decidedly the lw«t article I-r d--«:'eu rug worms lhat has ever b-t-n m li.ia pan of the eou'nlry. [ have ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

yioBcriiscmtnita. ¦ffJHjg l?i^IB'23®lBSiji^^5'i^SSJ3iS JJ'. HEAULEY'.EDITOBL^-—The Mas;azuje »for •. formeily under ihe cam of D. Mead, coninienceaiu Fourth Volume under the editorship of J..T. Headley author of •• Napoleon and his Marshals,'' ^Washington and his Generals," ¦ • Lcltera from Italy," &C. cSc. - Wc hazatd uothiin; in *•->) ing that tliis Magazine is destined u> till a large place in public estimation; that il will not only imiiplain ii« present eiivial-l-: repuiatidn, but earn to llisalf a (nr Ingher popuUiily, and become the companion of many a circle ^o which it'Is now" a stranger, gladdening by its presence, while il exerts an influence pure. cU-Taiing anil healthful, i he editor tvilflaind his energies lo make this the most popular MagarinC of the day, ami while availing buusi-lf oCosri-lance from ihe best writers, h* will draw Ircdy from his own elhauslless ctoic. It will continue to maintain its high moral tone, ami nothing will t.c admil'ed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

^ . .. . . ;¦ ?*' '';Mu'/^*«S*^?^^f' GKs/acoustic oiu L^ ljt U\l W'WM'ft-Msgj,,,JflL' 1 FOR the cure of DEAFNESS, paio*; andabe d»- charge of matter from tftc cars. ,AI«> all those disagreeable sound', like the buzzing of ir sects, ftllinj of watcr ^-whizzing of straut, dec, Ac., which a|e aymploms of approaching deafness, and'aUo generally attendant wilh the disease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten, fifteen, and even twenty years, and were obliged to use ear trumpets, have, after using oie or two bottles, iliio-.vn aside their trumpets, being Made perfectly well. Physicians and Surgeons highly rcxlunimend its use. I , - The vcrv great number of happy results llwUbavo followed the use of SCAHl'A'S ACOUSJTrU fJL, have la-en truly astonishing-. And what is wonderful, some who were deaf from birth, have been so much improved as to hear common conversation very readily.! Il would lie the height of presumption lo parrant a cure in all cases, but in nine cases out of ten5of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

HEREDITARY mav speedily and'safely hesliutiled offlhrough its agency. As a medicine which most hencfil : EVERY BODY, foin the, simplv delicate to Ihe lurum Asn dksi-iinisn isvaLin. no equal is to be found for it. "It would be well to bear in mtnd'lhal preeenlive la,infi. tntely more desirable lhat rurr'^aiid that Drl IVoorfs Sanaparilla and Wild Cherry Bitters ARE BOTH. Put up and sold in large bottles, al £1 (,v WYATT & KETCH CM. Wholemle and Rei»ir«Sl«„t. |V, rulton «u .\. Y, HUSTON .rLADD. Towanda, and uy druggist generally throughout the I" S *.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

T«K ISK.x-.FENIlEKi; VF.UETABLE PH.LN X and tho f.'rter, .Woa,|/a,'„ Ycgetabl'Ointment,'tJ. sale by the sut.scril.cr, only agent for the town and bo-i rougli of Towanda. J22 ff. Ji,' BJJ-T-r-g I T ADIE6-. I SAY. LADIES rif you have"mtdj fUP y°m , m'ml« to huy a mce dress, cloftkor sbawf this season, don t fail to call at No,3. B.ick Row, wherel yon can find the most, best and cheapesi articles in tha, hue, that is kept ,n town, besides all kinds of trimming* Kemeuilicr, call at nvll BAIRD'S. :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

LIVER COMPLMNT8, in every sha,*, and of every alS-cUon, lltUor or gigantic. ofthebiiary apparstu,. Individuals who areeonsiiiutionally billions OUl?bi regularly |„ lake this mild agrees, r * T ^'^ r""r "" »"'''*"T. « it win oil". m«-health throughout eveiy fibre of lhe frame, and send happiness and love of hie thrilling 10 lhe heart — /• iwJir, n-tght In keep it un hand. Every medicine chest on fcoard of ship should also he. well siocked wnh tliis capital remedy, a, SCURVY cannot afflict those who take it, or long resist its vigorousasaauifs. Alt nirrnvrir., or thk huh,,, vanish before it. and lhe old rrhes of earlier imprudmre ihvan-ibly disappear, soon after being submilled lo if, action hecrij eom/dmnl of the stomach is broken by it Tilts Bitt r. i:s have in n.i instance failed of curing sxvxmczl c""u DttiiLirr errri/ disorganization of THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. ' By nef!ectii,g the,luUe inroads made upon the latter a »a-t poition of our IVllnw l.,i„g, are rendered extremely mise,a&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

THE DYSPEPSIA, 1.1 enhcr r, cW.jW „r ,e.rrr /„„,, will disappear before iho M„aUl.r. „f Dr. .Wood's preparation, and the c.ire may be relied on a« a permanent one. Did the Birr, as possess „.» other recommendation, il would he one of iho finest vegetable compounds medical science ran invent ; but il is equal to the complete eradication of r

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

SAVED FROM THE CRAVE only by a mirarle, »n,t even'then lhe lancet, leech, blis. lerundraLmellan left them mcreshattered hulks, full of aches and corrows. Bn,l ,„„ 0„iy a (HW, ,„ ,brmselTOJ but a source of disgust and annoyance to all with whom they come in coniarL All these FEARFUL CONSEQUENCES mav l« avoided by an early application of the virtues of these RiTT.iia. For the truth of this, the proprietor pledges his word and honor, and in evidence ran show files ot undoubted certificates which be has received unsolicited from all quaalers. He does not, however, ask Ihr, invalid to swallow his certificates. |,„i his BlTTius ....I is willmg to ,.ake nil he holds dear on earth in fa-' vor of their worth.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

ENTIRELY HARMLESS; am! prepa-e I as they are hete, one of ihe gren/e../ medirul uprrutiics in lhe iuh.abit.ihjc globe. By taking these liiTTi.ns. lhe sr,-./Wo,,, may be restored to beauty, and avoid lhe sharp knife or the surgeon ; for they not only eradicate pimples an,| tumors, but overcome CANCER AND KINGS EVIL ! m Whoever is subjected to lhe borrower ConfUmpthm. should at once purrbas- this sure remedy. In the train ol Csu»ciie-s follow dreadful l„eai congestions, oftentiines in. -nily. very fieqoenlly mania w hypochondria, violent hruiUn!i,... palpUntiunt, and other' affections of the heart an I rliru ,„atic swelling,. Dr. Wood's Compound is one of ihe most efficient medicines in routing the romp!,ens. and their fountain head, that lan possib'y he procured. From being confined in close rooms, and from taking a small modicum of exercise, numerous persons daily are made to deplore a Aim »/«W)f,M, e,p»inful/ien«WAe», uv.U-nus if lhe musttt*. lunguvr, want of energy sulliciem lo pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

«>di:\th. The IS^-rrs here inennoned are compounded bv a man of gienl skill and knowledge, from the simple Nature presents to thns,- who care to find them, and which are the onlv reliable, antidotes to ihe poison of disease. I he chief lin-redlenls aro the universally.beloved .Norsapor, It.: and ihe II,rk of the \Y, ld Cherry Tree, wilh which lhe red man of lhe f-re-t cures nearly every dlsea-e- ,.l the in'eriial organ. Thesi- materials, though i-w, r!ui in their aciioii, are. as common sense teaches us.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

.! t'crij Important toninuinirallon TO ALL rr.BMOS IN ILL PLVCl.S, At nil time*. AM) INDKK AI.Ii.ClHCUM.STANCKS IF \Ul, AliE SlllK. get cored: if well, employ J. ineosine* lo continue s>,. Every'individual Indulges in habit-, which musl, Ui a greater or lesser extent, disarrange ihe admirable and intricate combinations which form the system, and consequently j F.VI11T I Mil 1 I UV IL 1 shou'd po-wss some mihl.yct erncacrous. simple and accredii«-J agent for preserving all the functions oflheb-sly good orJer. DR. WOOD'S s.ns iriiiii.n imi wild 1 iii.iuit' niTTi ns .. will achieve ibis n suit, and shudd twin every fjin-ly. and 111 th- hind* of every person, who by business, prot. ssion or general nurse of life, is predisposed lo the very, many htlle ailments that render life a curse, ins cad or a blessing, and finally lesufi, in ih, ir aggregated condition, is the cause

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

BOOT, & SHOE MAKING. b^V. l|| **s0& \Wl} lC<)X * "AGE have associated thjrmscves V* in the Uout and Shoe .Making business, in lhe borough of Towanda. and may be found at lhe old stand of S. Hathaway.lately occupied by Elkanah Smith, neat I. H.Stephens' Exchange Hotel, where they solicit a share of public patronage. They inlend, by a carcH-l selection of stock, and by attention to lhe interests ol their customers.lp make as neat and durable work as can be manufactured in this portion oCthe country. They keep constantly on hand/and will manufacture to order, morocco, calf and coarse boots and slioes; Ladies' (jailers, shoes and slips; children's do.: genl's gaiters and pumps, dec, etc. • JOHN W. WILCOX, • PHILANDER SAUE. Towanda, May 14, 184

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

TEN THOUSAND PERSONS THAT HAVE USED DR. UPHAM'S ELECTUARY for the PILES, CHRONIC.DYSEN'T \RY INFLAMMATORY DISEASES AND SEVERE COSTIVENESS, have given their certificates of cures madojiyju use, wb»n all other remedies llivc faded, and the proprietors are now prepares] to offer " ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS . to any persons afflicted with Piles, and utl diseases of i simiUr nature, or which are found in conjunction with the Piles, if a cure is nut affected bv the use of DR. Ul'ifAMS VEGETABLE ELECTUARY. Il is an fiTtmu REjfsnr, not an evtertial apphcaiion, and will cure any case of Piles, either bleeding or blind' internal or cxlemil.and the only thing lhal will. 'I'heri is no anistake about it. R is a positive cure, speedy and permanent. It is also a convenient medicine lo take, and improve the general heullh iu a remarkable manner, h is very inijd in its opperaiions, ttni may be taken in cases of the most acutn inflammatiin, without danger. All extcrnall applicaiions are in ihfc highest deg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

Terms of the Brafffortf Rr Two dollars and fifty cents per annul" •,.'"ojcie deducted if paid within the year ;- and t"r j ' [ally inadvai , Dm: Dni...".ii.»iil be ,!,',, f'f','| .x. '* j SiiL-crils-ra at Idx-cty lo discontinue at W „,!» Ipayiug arrearages. Mo.-l kinds of C.11 •> 'IU recem-tl jn payiniul. allhe inai'.et [i:<s-- | ^[tr!« Advt rtixemeuis, not ei,cecilhi- *' v'!'M .m'a'."-*' line-, inserted for fifty cent.- ; even sul-« •i"''" ^^a. twent\-five cenls. A discolint'ma.l-',to | >'':,r'i L,^'1' Jon Pin--TiTfo, of everv' descri]¦, l', ^• "y .^, ¦ pediiiously executed on new and fssbiona-lj' '^ji^* Letterwon butin.-ss pcriaiiiili: "'ll)f "'"f ' ree of p\jstagektu cnsuic attch.:-.*"' ! a • }• 1 .; ' I 1 ' ; ^ *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

tlimira, t'ernin/j anil Buffalo Li*- " I Foil ist-:. rpHE Pmpricbwg of lhe above I i tic wilt cw""*4 -L run a I.iVin of l'assage U.i-ils briween El.*"Ki. CpRNLNU and Bi;FFwMsO. l-r the afWin"i»"" oj Emigrants amf Families, moving West, sft-rjiatfr cijlities not heretofore otfercd to the -EmrgrsuL from*" section of New York. Pennsylvania. . ' j 'Fhe'Boats of this Line an- of lhe FIRST CM*' fi|lts.nl and furnished with all the c.sivn.ienrf «** cbmmodalionorPACKE'TS, ronuiun.led by "r*""' eil (,'aptains, and towed bv return 'of HiW*. ! BOAT ROME, Capt. H. W. TWMH*0*- I " TEMPEST, Capt, A M-TAYt'lBI During the. season of IS ITT one ol itit- ***"'" ' vyill leave Corning anil Ehnira every vctt '¦¦ "* lhwing order- jj CoiiMv,;, every Monday evenii'iJ. at ti uVI-vt.r. ^ EtviBi, every Monday evening, af f'»"' ' _-. "Toning down Seni-ca J.ake every Tborvhj ilig. touching at Big JStrenni, I.ndi. ami ^^^ leaving Buffalo for Corning and Kliuira.i-»cr; uav morning^ ' ¦ s t I FOR FREIGHT OR PASS.U...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

T"I I.MOKRHOH.-S. f.R PILES.!sa 4mwr,>v. X X. cd bv local int- ,:. .11 e..-tiv nes,. purgatire r,rf lanls, undue t!. trrn.r-i ,-i„,i ,,)' i,:.„,)| ,„ (he'liemnrrhaii! vessc shy eiress..- r '¦„ g ,r iv.iHi^-,- -ora con;r«a» state of the liver, an !; cru'i ifity 01 -„¦ coiMitution ivH Itis usuarty c.-n^r.lend ui-i!cMbnT-.f.n-m, oTvinesi as foJtovvs :-Blind Pile-, Wh'.ie Vi'.-s. -nd B'.enl-le ffe. I lila disease is so c: ii.tii-n. ahd so \eiy Uc.J iDPKr that 1 descripiion of its- sy mp'.onis is not decrcn.' ok^ sarv. I le success th.it lias followed theusfjof UuEiiibf eatioii in the cure of itits disease, has two UulyaslnwaV ing.! 'Phv-ici.nis 11 >w advise their paticuU lo ^v c a die (fnlv Pile Medicine. Irj additioii 10 Us being a positive rcrnedy f.ir ilie-Rk it nelver fails lo cure that INT OL LKABLEI It HI.VG. w.hnjh is so very common, and ba= tts Icatiin'ia lis same paits aj (ho Piles. ffpud the following, fromthe editor a! colaomfAlo. mi-w'» Weekly Messenger; ' -, t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

No. t.jBrid Row^again the Field I • l»*. at. Clifitttlreiti,,. &*&* H^r'^r^^^rit | UV. _^ XX of Jfew, Vork . ™? /ffan^rt or watches. j„' \ SSZ^Mggjg&st » roropltte assortment of gT f Jewelry, such as Ear Bin-, v ger Riurs.IircastPisns, Bracjelt-ls. Lockels GolilVk ' 'Cold Pfns, Keys. etc. All. a„ *,rlB Z^- and an^quauutyo Steel B,a.ls-all rf wtid,"., aT for s-ile exceecsllngly cheap lor CASH. \Va4-hcs repajred on short nolice, and ,„ to run kvelJ,or the money will he refunded, «nd a m,' ten agft-crucHt given to that effect if required N.-B—MAPLE SCtJAR, and t;uumrv' ?n. Ukeu in payment forwoik; and alsj. Itari n„v „j forreer, that tlie Product must be paid uthtnlh'm.i i.s oW :—I war. against credit in all its forms W. A. CHAM BERLIN" " a,™ Towanda. April E.8, 18-17. • ' n-.qtfRASTEp..1LUA is TO CCHE'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

mm ,n&i^trr TMs way fkr [Bargain', ' THEsiibscnber would reshectfully 6av . . custotners and the publiif gerjciallv Uli "^ rc-couweuccd the manufactute of Chair '"' old shop on die north side of Bridge slreeil'ilf''*11'1' ing knowri a>-rs? B « Yellow House." fl,' > '""Wslanlly on bandy or will makJ to order fin ^Cwi" durable slrle) all articles in his tine al X* ** ** cheapest. His friends can beTsu[ ulicj wj[L **? **| l» Fancy, fFinsor and Common Chair, «/ a a ent ridtterns—Settees, Rockin-r, ^Jf"- ' Children'* Cfwirs. ^.."t ' Also—Brdsttnds and Tables. CV!. a ad see mc al my, shop on B.,dge 5tr„. , will satisfy you thatyou can buy reasonable ' N. B — Wlulo wood, CuciimUr ar«l' h, plank, w.inled 111 eichauge for chairs ,,„, w) terms. JP-ssP-e.r*10 *' Towaiida, Jan. 20, 1»H. ^ l^ ^K.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 11 August 1847

Fsrti-altwra of tati Seaaosts, BT SlOk BABCOCK CLtBBS. Mark y« the passing year ! The lovely Spring, voice of melody, And breath of odors borne alone *e valei FnM gladdening earth with buoyant wing and free. She glided as a seraph sent to hail The form of nature rising from her bier. Perfect beauty gloVd, When Summer threw her dewy mantle by. A id laved in chrystal streams her shining brow; Th,' adoring caught the radiance Of her eye, Yea, all her graces are remembered now ; ¦ Nor less the soild bounties she bestowed. With garb of every hue, p-fjira? Autumn comes to crown the laborers toil, The ripen'd fruits fall at her stern command; Beneath her feet upheaves the fertile soil, And plenty rises to rejoice a land . • And ask from favor d man devotion due, .Praise God! with grateful lays, An! th"1' the earth his goodness wide proclaim, The Wintry blast cannot unnerve the mind t): quench the love that kindle* at His name. Who sends the seasons, changing and design'd To fill the heart ...

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