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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

£tgol SUtoCTtiGcments. ^ __ SHERIFF'S SALE. / BY vir tue of sundry writs of venditioni exponas issued . out of the court of common pleas of Bradford ecu, to me directed, I shall expose to public sale at the bouse of THOS P WOODRUFF, in the borough of towanda, on Monday, the sixth day of September next. at.2 o'clock. P. M-, the following piece or parcel of land, fn Kiilglw-rry township, bounded north ly lands of Perrin Uamhatt, west by lands of Howard F. Burt, south by land of David Burt, and cast by land of Buckhart arid Mills Carr. Containing fifty acres; about twenty acres thereof iinpiovcd, with a small orchard, log bouse and lug barn thereon. Seized and taken in execution at the suit of Mark A. Burt vs. John M'Dowell. ALSO A piece or parcel of lend in Athens township, bounded north and east by land of Isaac Shepard south by lands of Israel Mead, amd west by ihe' post road leading from Athens to Elmira. Containing about I acre, more or less, all improved, wilb one framed house, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

AIJMIMSTR.VTOR'S SALE. Pl'RSl'AN f to an crder of tbe Orphan's Court, of Bradford county, will be exposed to public sale at the house upon the premises in Sheshequin township, Bradford county. Pa., on Saturday lbe4tli day ol Scp-Unih.-r, 1S47, al one o'elock P. M., all of the re rid in pieces, lots or parcels of land lying and being in said townshi|s known as Ibe Ricuard Horton farm, to -he sold as the property of Patrick Cummings, deed., "bounded as lollowa : Beginning at a corner, thence by lots No.-91 and 101, south thirty degrees and 15 minutes. 82 perches to a corner, thence by parts of lota No. 101, 102 and 103, south 59 degrees west, 184 perche- to a corner, thence along tlie Sheshequin road, nbrth 61 3 degrees west," 22 perches, north 03 degrees .west. 7.S perches to a corner, and theme by p^rts of lots No. 91 and 92, north 59 degrees cast, 236 perches to iheHieuitining. being part of lots No. 92,03 and 101 in the old township of Claverack, one> of the seventeen towns...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

Sett fiotk Afoot ieantttts. Premiums Awarded to LeriBrtwi, By ikeTAmericai lutitite tot Mi feuv IN 1840— A Silver Main for 8 iperiot Gold Pen*. 1811—A Diploma foi GoU Pens, I g 13—A Diploma for the be it Gold Peaav : 1843—A Diploma for the bed Gold Peaav 1844—A Diploma fo» SDperMT Gold Pesw. , 1845—A Silver Medal for tbe best GoU Pews. . ,g40—A Silver Medal for lie best Goad Peiia. This is to certify, that ike ab»' e M »laws eoajy from ihe record* uf ihe American Inaiit ale , HENKY MEIGS, . < Gm18 Krc. Sec.of the fcmertert felfirote.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

Bt '\ N F.TS, of every rtvle bought cheap for cash—' at-,., a.lot of PARASOLS, will be sold at cost to V.o*e lite lot, at No. 5, Bnrk Bow. C. REED.__ AT T'HfrSA-V'lNGS BANK may be' found the cheapest GROCERIES in town. A lew articles of which we will enumerate, »4i: — \ superior article «l"black or pouehong tea ; gieen leas of all prices and vaanuttes- old Jam, Uio and Lagulra coffee, crushed, powdered and mubcovada twigur ; ra'olasso,, spenn'atid tabuid candies, lump and Utmeed oils. raiMns. fish, ckc .July 21, ^ . NQ. 5,tBRl€K ROW. /^LOTHS,_"CA*S1MERKS & VESI'lN ^ US—also \s sloped ciuecV and brow n linens, gainbroons, summer stuffs, tweeds, of "H prices and qualities, may be purchased at ihe" Savings'Bank.'TVo. 6. Brick Row. July. 21. C. KEKD.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

„ .t AUDITOR'S NOTICE Saimiei- Conibuiigh lo the use of Ji. F. Bar-How, vnfrl-'iHard C. Green. No. 210V/Arc. T., 184G. Bradford Common Pleas. ¦ " THE undersigned, having been appointed auditor tp iVUtribute moneys rjiscd by virtue of execution jsroril in ihe above suit, will attend to the dulies[of fys apiwinlijient at his office in Towanda Borough,"6n ra«» unlay ihe 4th day of Sept. next, at I'Wo o'clock Jin the ifinn.wn, afwhich time and place all persons, iotei'estni arerequ'.red u> present their daims bafot-c him, or Iw itharreil from coming in upoyi Said fund.-. Jul, 20. 1817. WILLIAM WATKINS. Auditor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

* DISSOLUI10N. 'TBE co-Partnership heretofore existing under the fl name, of H.'KlNK EY & CO., kt Sheshequin. was ^Wolved b' y nyitual consent on theffirst day ot June ;*«• The Books and'accounts will ho founed at the r^ aland open and ready for seUlomerrfJ" H K1>4S8EY, O.U. SATEULEE, C.F.WELLS JR. sh«h»qiiin July 10 1847. N. <y. HARRIS,. •Ml per*m* knowing tiiemsclVea indebted lo the old •™ must walk up lo the Captains, office and not only ""a. but pay up or costs will be made after sixty daya , trace—1>0 uidulgencies granted. s»Mhe<Him Julv 10 1847, H. KINNEY & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

. S:1W IPH'iiSCa ^ any Quj^it1Ty~bf jNew Goods! ! T^£ MiWrMjjried have formed. thenJfelves into s , . PWanA/st tlie old stand of H.KINNEY 4 CO. TERrip,u /un,ierti,enameofK,NNEY & SAT" tKI.EE^crc they may at all times be found ready *«il on rllr,r cusiOIIlcr5 wj,h .the good things of life ^"P as ihry can be had in Bradford County. Hard T* N" for Lumber all kinds bf produce taken in ex-*P- Anv i|uunnty of butter wanted at the Isrgest ***«> "change for gWs, H, KINNEY. ,.. "*0. D. SATERLEE. ' J^ooquinJuly lo I847.E.SATEBLEE. S"0Es—Ladies'Misses and Children's, a large va-^ «tv onha„dat ir9 ^UETTS'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

s. ;M-»S^Jsr«J»><mAJ4ai.JssL-.» jj Hll. C. MEKCL'R, have removed their 1« A S'" llle Sl,,l* formerly occupied by H. „ * Sonn.'nonh »ide of iho public square, where jjJJ ¦« prepared to supply Uieir customers as hereto-^'^ fowanda, March 17,1847. N „EEl>S Iron, Horse Shoe, Round Band, Nail rods "on* Shoe .Niils, Sucl of all- kinds "will be sold ¦ lro l7 : B. KINGSBERY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

.SPRING GOODS. fj 6. & M. C. MERCUR have just received a JLX» good assortment of Ginghams, Lawns, Summer Shawls, Elowers, Wreaths, etc. &c, which will be sold cheaper than ever. Towanda, May 3, 1817.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

¦w&wjl, ^& is&ft sssmaao THE Subscriber offers bis new stock of HATS ANL> CAPS al tho first building south of the Buck How. where the liat'inanul'jctory of Mr. Thomas was formerly kept. Those who wish lo purchase for Cash, will be accommodated al very reduced prices.— Fur Hats from one lo four dollars ; Silk Hals from one to three dollars; Wool hats from thirty-seven and a half cenls to one dollar; Caps from eichteen rents to onp dollar— according to/quality. HENRY MERCUR. May 27, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

G"* ROCEJiY'S. in the country, can be supplied wilb T all articles in their line, on the most reasonable terms, it. >I6 No..1, BRICK ROW. PI CI'ORJ. .L BROTREIt JONATH\N, for the Fourth of July, at Nit 1, BRfCK HOW. DUNBAR'S, Reeve's, and a (splendid article of Imp.«-ted CIGAR'S, .1 No.l. BRICK ROW. PATENT MEDICINES, every, kind 'no* in use, can fie found al the Drug Depot; Agent for Jayne's Smith's'. Clickeuer's, Motfni's, Pam killer, and yarioua pther medicines. A full and general supplv always on hand jelO No. 1, BRICK ROW. OILS, PEIIF^ilERIE-<, a aplendid article of Hair Urushcs, 'I'lferiooinelcrs, and Fancy Articles, for stleai jel6 ' ' Xu. tvBRICK ROW. I jEDIfERS will find it to theit advantage to call at the llrdg Dep-ji, where ibey can be supplied with ever-v article desm-d, «iich a» phials, essences. Ae„ on the beH terms. jclB No, I. BRICK ROW SODA FOUNTAIN, just ercclcd al the Drug Depot, lo wbii-h Ihe attention'of the. public is invited.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

DR-V GOODS.—Everything in tic line of Dry Goods usually kept in this countiy, or ever wanted for r?sc, can be found i>t No. 3. The said goods were purchased in New York after the great rush wasover, and when there was a great'depression in the Markets, and consequently w«re bought cheaper and thall be sold cheaper than any block of good- in Bradford county.— This is true, if we do say it ourselves, and if you don't believe il, just dr-ip in nl No. 3, where the children cry to come.' and you will become convinced that goods com. be sold cJuap in Towanda. WM.H..BAIRD& CO. ^ALT—100 bbls. Salt just received and for sale' Oat *c " -BAIRD'S. NO.fl. B. R. 1^ L OU It.—50 sacks of first rale flour just received and for sale at BAIKD'S, NO. 3, B.;R. New Arrival al No. 1, Brick Row! .-*. S. Chamberlln, I S new rsreiviug, and oilers for sale at the DRUG DEPOT. No. 1, Brick Row. a large ad lition ti hia former stuok, eonsistiag of every variety of Srotcrirs, Drtifs mid Medicines. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

HA I S^s? J-he. largest and best selected assortment of Summer Hals, consisting of Pansma,Eng!iah.straw, Dunstabje, Pedal, Palmleaf, dec, for sale cheap al BAIRD'S BONN EPS—Florence, Chiira Pedal. Straw and Liwu Bonuels, all of the latest fashions, at. BAIRD'S. B OOTS & SHOES—Men's Call and .VIorocco boots, strd Congress gaiters,' and Ladies shoes of every description at BAIRD'S. PAINTS & OILS—Linseed. Lamp and Tanner's •Oil — While Lead, dry and ground Vcuitian Red, and all kinds of-Paints for sale at the che-i[>est-store in 1'owand.i. BAIRD'S NO. 3, B. R. I~MSH,— Mackerel, Shud, and Codfish in great abundance at BAIRD'S, CI ROCERIES. —The best article of Tea Coffee Su-^ g:ir, l.'ioe Tobacco, etc., ran \w found at B AI RD'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

LADIES DlfESS GOODS. - JUST received at No. 3 Brick Ron, an extensive assortment of rich and desirable dresa goods of the latest style, such as striped Tarlcton, embroidered, muslin, Cherry lustre, M. De Laine, Gingham Lawn, mourning organdie, Balzorinc Gingham Robes, Ladies striped drosses, together wilb all the new and fashionable fancy goods lhat could be found in th- city of New York, arid will be sold . cheaper than, the same gooda can he bought al any olhe: ei tablistimeul in the county. Remember ibis, and before vou. purchase stop into < BAIRD*SNO. 3. B- R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

NO.: 3. IN TOWN AGAIN. " THE subscribjeis are a little later (ban usual this spring with their extensive stock of merchandize; but what the good people of Bradford county have lost by our delay, we will now endeavor to make up to (hem in the quantity, quality and price of our goods. * We are now on hand with .the LARGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST stock of goods in Towanda, bought exclusively foi cash, and since the great reduction in prices. : Our stock consists aa usual of — Dry Goods, Groceries. Crockery,'Hardware, Drugs and Medicintr. For further particulars'look along through the paper. We need not say •' Call and examine our Gooda," for we know lhat every bodv will call at No. 3, before purchasing elsewhere. WM. H. BAIRD & c6. June 15, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

aicrdiorlbi^, &t. • BooSriSSTHOEsT Whit are yon abort here ? irn't ye! Yei, I gneii io! rpHOCSANDS of times the question has been asked, -L Where on earth are all the Boots and Shoo, manufactured that supply the continual rush at the corner of Main and Biidge streets 1 O'Hara answers that this ¦ s the place, and these arc tbe things we dp it with ! - , ^ft^^^^^^_ Sevmty-eleven new fashions 'Hear ye ! hear ye ! and understand, that O'Hara, at the corner of Main and Bridge streets, will sell at retail this season. 39,781 pairs of Boots, Shoes and Brogana, at a less piice than ever was or probably! over will be offered again in Towanda. The Ladies' Department iri this establishment is richly furnished with fashions. Ladies', misses' and children's fancy and common boots and shoes, even to tbe extremity of the latest fashions. Mistake not the place -Corner of_Main and Bridge streets, the only Shoe Store in Bradford County. Half cash and half trade for Butter. H. O'HARA. Towanda....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

JUST received 13 Chests Fresh Teas, selling from 37J to It) cents per lb., warranted good or no sale * t_ ___'_ FOX'S. NO. 2. B. R. COME one and all and sec tbe best and cheapest Sugar, Coffee and Molasses iri town at June I. FOX'S, NQ.8.B.R. BOOTS JlND' SHOES. A FIRST rate.lot of Gents kip, teal and coarse boots, 6ne medium and coarse shoes; also Ladies' fine kid B. B. Ties, Buskins, Gaiters and half Gaiters, and an endless vsriely of child's shoes at NO. SB. R. A FEW Family casca HOMCEOPATHIC Medicine, wilh Hemple's Domestic Physician. Also, a few Hull's Laurie at FOX'S.NUTS, B. R. CROCKERY 4 GLASSWARE, a first rale assortment at jel NO. 2, B. R. 1 f\ DOZEN of those cheap Parasols left, which are 1 V selling at reduced prices at NO. 2, B. R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

LEGHORN and Lawn Bonnets; also Leghorn, Pearl braid and Palmleaf hats, and a great variety of Caps at jel NO. S. B. R. THE Ladies do aay that tbe largest and prettiest assortment of Dress Goods. Ribbons, Parasols, Gloves Hoaiery.'cVc. in town, is to be found at FOX'S. Call and see them, as they are selling from 10 to 25 per cent, cbesper than at any other Store in town at June 1. NO. 2, B. R. O(\C\ PIECES Calicoes, the prettiest in town, sel-/wW ling from 5 to 13 cents per ysrd a< June 1. NO. 2, B. R. "savTngs bank^ ~ XEW OFFICERS ELECTED. AT an annual meeting of the directors uf the " Towanda Savings Bank," C. & E. REED were elected in pl.ics of G. E. Flynt &. Co., whose term expired May 1st, 1847. It is the intention ofthe near Cashiers ic. Co., lo sustain tbe credit of the 'institution by " pulling goods low down " to pay upycustomers. — Wo therefore Invite our old customers frcjd the public generally to call and examine our stock%of New and Cheap Goods, ju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

DPilSsB ^Hai&^jiio FOR SALE, a TIMBER LOT, aituated in the tp, of Burlington, in thia county, containing about 1S7 acres, on which is a good mill site. Per further particulars enquire of J. H. HA YNES, at Hawley'a store, Franklij. July 7, 1847. 2m4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

ASOTHER ADDITION TO THE Stock uf Goods in the Savings Bank. IN consequence of the great rush at the Savings Bank for Cheap Goods, the proprietor has been induced to replenish with a splendid assortment of SPRING cV SUMMER GOODS, which are now opening, and selling at greally reduced prices. The proprietor. Mr.O. REED, pledges himself to fully and amply sustain the credit ofthe institution which it baa hitherto borne, l.e. for selling goods cheaper ihsn any other establishment in Bradford co. Persons desirous' of testing this, have only lo call at- No. 5, Brick Row, and satisfy themselves. -July 7.^817. C. REED". AWNS, ORGANDIES, LAWN GINGHAMS, and Light Ginghams, have been received ^ at the Savinga Bank, and are selling twenty-five per cent, cheaper than ever. jy7 C. REED.

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