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

LIST Of BETTERS remaining ih the P. O. Towanda, Pa, quarter ending JuneSii; 1847. . Ailoway Wm Jones Laac D Re* ; Briggs Francis Joyce lame* ' BlakealeeED KihlerJ. Brown Wm Kelley Mary Ahh Blown Alice R Mrs Loop D1M BeardsleyDJ' t*e WW ^.- ^ Cass Al(. Lent 'Joseph ~ Carpenter Edward I-ung Eveline " Colliam Asoph t-rV Lo Me i ^ Cammings Stepbed McGoverh Thorns*- ' ' Cooper John Matey John or D Lttcas Chandler A Mealy Micti*et Tlevine Frances M'Kn As* Jf ^ Douglas Wm Marbaker Joseph f Dpflin Patrick Marshall ClarisM Dodson JoHi Moran Pak , ¦s=" Etheriilge Isaac ti Noble brrln, y Emich Leonard 0'Connen Divii- Frost Aarcjn Overpcdk Cajhenne M Mia* Fostei.Luther P Place Snsannah MU Foater Maty Sbitori Hannah Mra Fishef John ^^^ Smith Johh Foster Jane mfCT~~ Thcmaa Asaph A Garthwsit iDamel , Tickar Aaron Harknras Lucinda Miss T' rt'ue Jermarh Humphrey Thii.p. ft Jas Vincent Richard Herniary.Jos >* Webb Andrew H«nti Heolar WaU Tho* and John Hu'l Daniel , Welch James Rowland Malinda ...

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

The Huntsman.—*. Ballad. fJortrrj., « Sweet brother, go not to the chase. Ah. rp5t with me at home! There is a>hadowon thy face, Foretelling uveS'tn cnme; And I have dreamed a ghastly dream. Oh, vrnfal sight h> see! . » Il vraSjthy steed swam down tlie stream!, . And riderless vra» be!" \ " Look, {remit* one. where at the "gate A My igehermis c nrser s^ands^ ,, And bends his arching neck eia!r, if Beneath his master's hands! Fear not, fear not! m.y steed and J ArMrmty" friends and tried. And I'll be trith ther, faithfully. An hour ere eventide." " t et think upon Ihe day of tears Thou leav'st behind for me ' Have patience with a woman's fears, ! Thpy spring from love of thee. Ob.May! and I will for thee sing Song's that thou hast loved rrewhile, And strive and «eek for everything •The slow hours to beguile ! " Full sweetly pa-teeth, sreotie one, With thee each placid honr, [ And we will res't, crc sets the sun, In thine own myitle bower. But now—the breeze* is on the h...

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

Worm In tlie Dead of Sliecii. ^gricnltnral. • * TIip spring ofthe year is that season when no inconsiderable destruction of the flork is 5ometim<?.s occaiioned by what is known as the worm in the head, This worm is the larva of Oe/trus Oct, a fly which proves a constant annoyance to the sheep from early m July fill late in September, during wKich time it deposits its eg^s at the point of the nostril, where the breath of the animal serves to hatch it>wh**n it immediately crawls up the nostril, and from that into the frontal sinus, where it remains during the winter. On the occrit/encc ot mild weather during the months' of March anil April, and-in soma cases earlier, as well as later, the- worm has attained maturity, and passing down the nose of the sheep, falls upon the ground. It immediately burrows into the earth, where it lies for three or four months, when it comes forth a fly, and oomraences to lay its eggs, as its parent had done. The time when sheep dip from its ...

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

" "i - — ¦ About Horse*. - We find the following practical suggestions • in an old paper, and they -may be useful in these • '¦ more enlightened." The remark is very often and very justly made, that the breed of horses has greatly degenerated within tli© last thirty years. Tho horse is not only the most useful of all animals, but the moat expensive to keep—these facts none will deny. Why, then we ask do our farmers keep four ot five ill-looking and lean jades to do the work which one valuable horse might "perform. We are glad to find agricultural societies in many parts ofthe country turning their attention to this subject. A hula,care in procuring and rearing this animal, and the consequent retrenchment of their numbers would not onlv greatly improve die breed, but lessen a large item in the expense of our farmers, without depriving them of any of the advantages which? they now enjoy. The following remarks upon horses are copied from the publication of an eminent farrier m Europe, ...

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

, 3l^crtit»«D«llf.i JT. HEADLEY.EDITOR. The Mageaioe.for • 6>^rly-h-ida *r thecaiaof D.Jteti.coasastat-s -MU Fnur-mToloroe underlie editorship alf J. T.^Headley. author of •* Napnleon ami hi* JnsmaanY "« WaaMnand his OeneraU,"''Letters from!Jtaly. r *e.*Ve. -We bsxard aotiurtf inaayini that thi* Mi»aiiaa at d-atiaad to fill alarfe place in public estimation; ifcat-fc vsiUabt only maintain Us piasent enviable lanatation, bet-tarn to itself a far higher popularity, and become the eoav paninn of many' a circle to which it i* now a ftranger, (laddeninf by it* presence, while it exerts an influence pure, etevaiing and bealtlifui. -The editor will-bend his energies to make ibis th* moat popular M*(*xi*ie ofthe .lay, and while- BvsilinK himself of assistance front the best writers, he will draw freely from hi* own exhaustless store. '' : «/ .•>''' - It wdl continue to maintain it* high moral tone, and nothing wili.be admitted, into it* column* which will minister lo the corru...

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

SHEPHERD'S MEDICINES, COMS1STTBO Of Vrrmirogrv SaruparHli, Coigb Cnidy, aid Ferer ¦ ad AgM Pills. OF THE VERMIFUGE, nothing more need besaip than (what is said- in the following certificate* of resident* of Luzerne county: &tr.sw. May 17, 1847. I used Shepherd's Vermifuge fur two of my children. It operated well, and expelled a quantity of worm*. I can recommend it as a valuable medicine. ' Is uc CobtBioht. Tow* Hut, Jan. 20^1847.- -John Koons, fcaq — Dear Sir—You will please send me four bottle* mora of Shepherd's Vermifage. The three bottle* parchased of you a short time sgo have been used^wilb the happiest effects. They were given to three of my children—in one case 65 worms were expelled, in another 184, and in the last 67. I am anxious to give the rest of my family the benefit* of thi* medicine, sod therefor* order a* above. This is decidedly the best article for de«ttoyiug worms thst hsa ever been in this part of the country. I have tried Orviek's, Reakisl's and severa...

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

«f fern importamt CommwmUmtUm to ah rza*oas in *u. tiacK*, AI all times, ¦ AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES. IF YOU ARE SICK, get cured : if well, employ measures to continue so. Every individual indulges in habits, which must, to s greater or lesser extent, disarrange tbe admirable and intricate! combination* which form the system, and consequently' „ zvzav should pnsssss some mild,yet efficacious, simple and accredited agent for preserving alfthe functions of*un>body good orier. DR. WOODlS siBaarajtiiiA asn who caxaax. aiTrras will achieve this result, and shguki fa* in every (amity, and in the hands of every person, who by business, profession or general course of life, is'predisposed to the very many little ailmenU.tbat render life a curse, ins cad or a blessing, and finally result, in their aggregated condition, is the cause \ OF DEATH. ^ The Bitter* here mentioned *re compounded by a man of great skill and knowledge, from the simple Nature presents to those who cue to find t...

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

LADIES f I SAY, LADIEK r! ff yori havTrrlrfe v. up your mindsto boy a nice dress, clo-l or, shawl this, aeason, don t fsil to Call st No.3, Brick Row, where yon ean find Ibe mo-.t, best and cheapest articles in that tint*, fcal i. b.pt m ro»«, rasinV-uIf hinds of trinwningF. R->metnfter, caff at avtl BAIRD'ts |

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

A New .bug in Old Vfmi. DR. A, J. COLE would i»ai»etfnU yiii»W the eiti ten* af Wyaox and vicinity, thai after dilifently prctaecnling the stady of Phyarc and Surgery in all its vano-u bmenea |brbetter than Cone yeah under the immediate --are and lostroction oTNatBan 8. Davis m. D;, nf Bingh-raitM, hr'addltion, to the attendance on a rati and thorough coarse ori-sctare* *t the Medi cal College af Geneva, pi. Y, He feet, .full confidence, in sasnring his Mend* and patran* that no pain* will b*. spared to render himaelr aaefol in -MfioraGnthw-mffcrinp* of W* fellow ma«; and on alt occasion w«I be fband in readiness to **fve |wr-nn--l and eanrful ir ttention to such business in his line as may fall to his h-m-ls. Dr. Cote may be foaad for the present at the resideneeofD.E. Martin. Wysra, Aprri 31, 18*7

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

A LARGE assevtment of Broad Clirflis, Casahneres r %"* SftiaelU> *hith "* hm,,e -ong been famous for celling good and cheap, now cheaper than e-»ei$ «nd upon whrcfj w* ehartengea the world, >nrl received rt ™ •--..-„ «>.». BARTLETT,; Tuw*n<»a,Nov. 3, lijgfi. •

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

HEREDITARY may speedily aad salary b**bufHed offihroaghh* «g*Q ey. Aa a madirin* which moat benefit "BVErlY BODY, .;' from the si-t-rtt •fene*te{ to the costing ttv Bn. rAiaiitu far ana, aa-e-pval is to be found fat iu. It would be wed lo bear in (mind that prentnline isinfi nitely more desirable thatf cure and that Dr. Wood's Sarsaparilla-and Wild ffkerrtj Bitters ARE ROTH. Pat up and *oM in large bottles, st $1, by W YATT *KBTCHUM. Wfcolisle snd R.uil Afchf. J21 Fulton 8u N. Y., HUSlfON i, LADDtTo*»anBa ,aad by druggist geoerally^hrobghout the U. 8, , ft. nnBB <iR4!FEI^^G ~ VEGETABLB PILIS X and the tJreen Mouhtain Vegetable Ointment, for 5 &*& ,,,b•cl'ber, °r!l •Vnl.fbrjhe town and bohwtgh of Towanda. !iJ52 ¦' N. N. BETTS.

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

m mm^^^nkM '' • a-^A C«J$iTC OIU J^^-1 « ^Wyx^^l^^^^^p^^'' - EQU th* ear* of DEAFNI^ pains, and |be dr* ,idMigact'nuii*r from th*ears. Also all thawdis-Hraeaxde *DUDds, lika un botxiog of fir sect*, fslling of water, whining of (train. Act, Ac, jwbich are *rymplotn* of approaching deafne*a>aod also generally attendant with the diaease. Many personL who have been deaf for ten. fifteen, and even twenty] years, and were obiiged.to use ear trumpet* , have, after using ene or two bottles, thrown sside their trumpet* , betngiiiad* perfectly welt Physicisn* and Surgeon* nighty recommend it* use. I The very great number of hippy result* that have followed the use of SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC OIL, have been truly: utontcbing. And what i*j wonderful, tome Who were deaf from birth, have been fo much improved a* to hear common conversation veryj readily. .. It would be the height of presumption lo warrant a 'cure in all cases, but in nine cases out of ten of recent date, then is a certainty that...

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

.-r mwgg^t^mmE^ ' ~ awn ~ NYiS' *fcCO^aoii»l-.-toform tJMcitixaaa of T^irm! the ptiMi«g«Mratty, tSat iv*-on li*md-<l-.m*nof*ctar r all kind* ofiCABlNEl' ITURE,of th.bestmata ld workm%nship^thatcannot aaaortmenf in country chop*, wo mM-kt^, mW^s mS si<S" make to order SOFAS, at ,vario*j1 |jssWaanM_«*%re pattern*; Sofa Rocking Gfaaira, aj^cJiteied in auperior style, and for ease »nd durabiUty'ejuihot be Mrpassed even in eur large cilie*. , Also, tlie half French Ma-, bogany C(^,,bean*ifnlljrJop%wji|bn^tJ^t^ which never looe*,. ita'eli*Udij-,TandJGni*bed with the bestriiair seating. , We flatter ^ ourselves" thst baying bad much experience ih thet*n*an*a* , we •dull-beabs* to *ati*fy, all who may fcel disposed to call, both aa to quality and price, and by stricttaltenlion to bosinc*s nope, to meiit and receive the patronage of a liberal community.s, , , . L. M. KYEsXCO., Towanda, September 1,184fi>..

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

T * . ^ s*y.*- _ T"*g^?5ypy^^j:>^^^^.,.^^s--qg^g*nxajg|^a-. «!? Vto msnufoctnr* and kef! Conti»* -^.-?Ma 'II* "dwSL*BI* CHAIte-1*' msmsWs tttJB - fiBTTEES of variousiTJ "•» £*&*<%¦ ¦¦£ •*»•>. "OK* we wUla^^P* f l\Ja\ e»«nor Frounce, w vk- J« X«JrL '«¦»»»*. White wo£ Jj**- . «*P^^ V-s^0f Cucnmber d sir DLt ""H 4 Scantling lafeetlcWeitbwljMtonwrS; n *4 -T orAtaplc, will ilso be rewired for our work' *lw *J|. Turning doicto order In the neatest manL. " -' TOI^INSftMACKro,, Towanda,P *.», laJalT!' ' "AtKI!,!8(.S.

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

WARRANTED ALWAYSTaeVlth^ Msnmse SS^Mt^S^smMwIsw^smSt^s^M^mwLmt ^St^^^ u ' . • gaaPEajBaaaaa ataBBBBBBBBBBBB II BMOBRHOIDS, OR PILES, is . disease produc-XX ea by) focal irntatioo costiveneas, purgalite stitnulauU.undui dtte.rairiiaiion of blood lo the hemorrhoiJil vessels by ekcessive tiding or walking, or a congestiTs state of tho (iver, and peculiarity ofthe coa-titoliou itself. It is usuilly considered under three form, or varieties, M follow* • [Blind Pile*. Whit* Piles, and Bleeding Piles This disease is so common, and so tery well known, that a description, of its symptoms ia not deemed necusnry. !__- The suiteea* that has followed the use of the Embrocation in tiro cure of this disease, has been truly aslm-uti. (rig. Ph 'Mcians n >w advise their patients to try 11, u the only I 'tie Medicine. - ' In audi ion to its being a positive re'medv for the Piles, it never faHstocorc that INTOLERABLE ITCHING, which is so very connnon, and his its location m tiw same parts as the...

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

Elmira, Corning and Buffalo %» FOR 1847. ?' THE Proprietor* of the above Line wilfeonW"6 run'a Line of Passage Boats between ELM1R-*. CORNING and BUFFALO, for the secefata? of Emigrants and Fsmihes, moving West, if»r*t* cilitie* not hmtofore offered to the Em^rai'. *""'"' - -eclion«fNew York, Pennsylvania. ¦ * ,... The Boats of-tbi* Line are of the FTCSTCUffl. fitted and'furnished with all the convr-nlenn »r'. commbdation pf PACKETS, 'eoannsaMt<j tip"* ed Captains, and towed by relays of Horses. BOAT ROME, Capl. H. W. THOMPSON " TEMPEST. Capt A M. TAYLORDuring the season of. 1847, one ot ihe ***"B V7 will leave Corning,and Elmira every week in!« •* lowing order: '.'it Coa.viso, every "Monday evening, at 6 o'ckci,'- ' Elmiba, every Monday evening, at « •'**»• *¦- Towing down Seneca Lake every Tbundif »" ing, touching at Big Stream. Lodi, and D"**?^ leaving BufHo for Coming and Elmira, e'ftj ""^ day moniiDg. ' ^^ FOR FREIGHT OR PASSAGE,irf'T *°l'!^ on Bond, or to-Wm.Mallory, Co...

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

TEN THOUSAND PERSONS THAT HAVE USED DIfc l/PHAM'S ELEc¥l?. ARY for the PILES, CHRONIC,DYSENTARY, INFLAMMATORY; DISEASES AND SEVERE COSTIVENESS, have given their certificate* of cure* made by its use, when sll other remedies have failed', snd Ihe proprietors sre now. prepared to offer ONE HUNDRED DOLLATS to any persons afflicted with Piles, snd all diseases of s similar nature, or which are found \n conjunction with the Piles, if a cdro is not affected by Ihe use of DR. UPHAM'S VEGETABLE ELECTUARY. It is an IxTinxal Rucsnr, not an external application, and will core any case of Pile*, either bleeding or blind, internal or external, snd the only thing thst will. There is no mistake about it. It is a positive cure, speedy and permanent. It is also * convenient medicine lo take, •nd improve the general health io a remarkable man-' ner. It is very mild in M~ operations, and may be taken in ease* of the moat acute in6animation, without, danger. All external applications are in the highest...

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

BOOT & SHOE MAKING. WILCOX A SAGE bavo associated ihemsevea in the Boot ai^d Shoe Making husinesa, in the borongb of Towanda. and may be found at the old stand of 8. Hathaway.lately occupied by ElkanahSmith,neat I. H.Stephens' Exchange Hotel, where they solicit a •lure of poWic p»trohage. They intend, by a careful •election of stock, snd by attention to the interest* of their customers,to make** neat and durable work as ean be manufactured io this portion of the country. They keep constantly on hand, and will manufacture W order, morocco, calf and coarse boots and Shoes; Ladies' Gaiter*, shoes and slips; children'* do.; gent's gaiter* and pumps, dce^ tec. JOHN W. WILCOX, PHILANDER SAOE. Towanda, May 14, 184

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

m&mw%m wA.ff.oi,*?, Its Totraitsfa. HM. BAKER respectfully inform* the public that • he h»* commenced, the GRAVE-STONE business, in alt if* branches, at Towanda, where tie will be ready at all times to attend to all calls in his line. Monuments, Tomb-tables, Gravestones, of every:description, eft., c}*c., made to order, and furnished is cheap as WORK snd MARBLE of tbe same quality can be obtained at any shop in tbe country. He invites the public to call and examine hi* work and materials, hoping to merit their patronage by strict attention to business, and by superior workmanship and good marble. LETTER-CUTTING done with neatness and despatch, in the latest style. Shop on Main street, next door to T, Elliott's store, and three doors above Brigg**.' Hotel. Towanda, March 17, 1847. 40y

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

Me. 1., Bjjick Row, again in ihefiejji • *** * **" '•yseatnstafc'rWja, eK*nD*^:{ w,,ch * *^- ^\t > HaaB i\t, . foII°.*"'>S Micla^ir; CaMOCeJlJaM L'BP"*«nd Plain W.trfl ^ _. "I „ J«*«hy, such s, Eat Ring. •£ ger Rmis, Bremt Pms.;Bracele*s; Locke*,, Gol/1^ Ool-VPen^ fcey^ e tc. AU-o, all son. oitSstl^ and sny qnajility of Steel B*»ds_.|) of .j,Kn he ,£ for sale ezco ledingly cheap for CASH. Wa'che* repaired on short notice, and it-,,,. to run well, >r the money will be refunded, ni , .„, ten igreeme it given to that effect if Ttovirea N. B^-I*APLB SUGAR, *„d C^uj' r^ token in pa* ment for work ; and .1,,. fc^Ww- ^ forever , that the Produce must be paid when tht'*~t is done—11 rar against credit in all its form*. W. A. CHAMBERLIN, -W TowandaL April 28, 1847. . ^ -

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