ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Bradford Reporter Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 39,341 items from Bradford Reporter, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
39,341 results
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

B OOTS et SHOES—A large and eshansttess assortment of coarse and fine boots snd shoVs, ladies' f and half.gaiters, kid ties, buskins, French, kid slippers, children's cloth and morocco shoes erenow selling very low at tbe Savings Bank, No. 6, Brick Row. REYNOLD'S CELEBRATED GRAIN CRADLES, grain and grass scythes, scythe snaths, rakes, and Quinebaugh whet stones may befonnd altbe Ssvings Bank, No. 6. Brick Row. C. REED. Proceed, Gentlemen ! CHAMBEjUfilN'S SODA fOUNT is in a perfect rage, about these days, just up there at Ko. 1, Brick Rrow, where you can find Aristocratic Cigars. Gentlem >n's Fancy touches, and every thing in our line al the Drui Depot, tfneommooly cheap,, wholesale and retail July 77l847. A.S.CHAMBERLLN.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS'! JUST received and for sale a splendid assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, which will be sold as cheap for Cash as can be found in Northern Penn'a.— Customers will find it to their advantage to call and examine their slock before purchasing elsewhere. May 27. ELLIOTT & TOMKINS. ANY quantity of GINGHAMS, just received and for sale by ELLIOTT A TOMKINS. LAWNS of all varieties; also Gingham Lawns very low for cash by ELLIOTT A TOMKINS. BOOTS and Shoes, the largest stock in town snd cheap as can be bought in ihe country by E. A T. SHOES, Ladies wear of all kinds—French Satiin Button Gaiters, Pa*, lipt. Buskins, kid slips. Lasting Gaiters, and a variety of all kinda by E. A T.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

COTTON Yarn, any quantify—also Carpet warp white and colored by E. & T. LOOKING GLASSES, of every variety for sale by je9 E. A T. IRON of all kinds, English ind Swedes, together with rolled and hammered; GLASS as cheap as the cheapest, and a large stock of N A1L8, by ' E. <k T. OLD Lable Nail Rods,a very large quantity as cheap as the cheapest, dr. a variety of small iron by E. At T. A SPLENDID assortment Parasols of all sizes, ana* ofevcrv variety of Umbrellas by E. & T.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

BONNETS, a good variety Leghorn, Straw, Lawn and Coburg, cheap as the cheapest by E. A T. LEGHORN Hats of all sizes and descriptions, together with a good lot of palmleaf by E. & T. A GOOD assortment of Cdieocs. In fact, we have as good an assortment of all kinds of Dress Goods ss you can find in any store in the country. Also, a good assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres, and Summer wear of all kinda and descriptions as cheap for cash aa the cheapest by E. ic T. SHEETUjfiS and Shirtings, both bleached snd unblcachaaaatieap ss tbe cheapest by E. dr. T. ~ SJLT! SALT. '.' OH A BARRELS Salt for ..ale at ZUU JoneS. MOMTANYES' & CO.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

TjlllNTS, M. De Lainea, Ginghams, Lawns, Ac—JJ Tbe Ladies will find a beautiful assortment"ol June 9. BET PS'. A GREAT variety of shawls scsrfs, parasols Ladies; and Misses' Bonnets very cheap at BETTS'. LACK dr. BEAVER CLOTHa, black and fancy Cass:meres, and all sorts of Summer stuffs, a Irrge assortment, low for cash at BETTS'. WINDOW A WALL PAPER, a nice varielv and cheap at , BETTS'. HARRIS & BLOODS' Grass scythes snd scythe snaths;also Harrin'cradle scythes at BE ITS'.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

NEW AND CHEAP GOODS. = O. D. Barttett. HAS the pleasure to inform bis friends and customers and ihe public, in general, that bo ia just re-C4;fVmg*a-lsrge"snd carefully selected slock of seasonable Gooda, wbicb, aa heretofore, be is prepared to aell lower than any BRAGGART. Towanda, June 2.1847. PAPER HANgTxgS. THE largest and most beautiful assortment of Paper Hangings ever brought into this place, just received and for sale cheap at TJ. D. B A R1 LETT'S. Dry Goods, Boots awijS/wes, Groceries, Htits and Caps, Hardware, Bonnets, Crockery, Books and Stationery Iron and Steel, Paper of all kinds. Paints and Oil*. Glass and Putty. NEARLY every variety of each of the above kinds i of Goods on band at the lowest rale at O. D. BARTLETT'S. 7~ COIL CHAIS. B EST-tested coil chain for Bull wheels to raw mills and 'outer similar uses just received and for sale cheap by O. D. BARTLETT. T^"'"" BOXXETS.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

A splendid assortment of Leghorn and straw Bonnets, latest style just received and for sale very low by O. D. BARTLETT. WOOL WASTED' .' . OD. BARTLETT will exchange cloth or other • Gooda fur Wool on the beat terms possible. Towanda. June I, 1847. A superior lot of Lawns, Summer Ginghams, and Monterey plaids, a new article for dresses. A Iso, prints of alt patterns, which are selling citremelv low itthe SAVINGS BANK. BONNETS." A large and extensive assortment of Bonnets, consisting of Leghorn, Albert Braids, China pearl, Straw gimp, English Straw, dec, together wilh ribbons, artificiala, wreaths, dec to match, are now selling at reduced prices at the SAVINGS BaNK.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

SUMMER SHAWLS a beautiful assortment of Berage, De Lain and flrocba Shawls may be found at the SAVINGS BANK. PARASOLS of every variety and pattern. Also, Umbrellas, are now selling extremely low at tbe Towanda, May 24. 184T. SAVINGSBANJC A FFW hum-red pounds BUCKWHEAT FLOUR in 60 lb. aacks, a superior article, just received and for sale by Feb. 22. _ O. D. BARTLETT. HAMES AND HrVRNESS ~ rRIMMINGS. JUST received a largo quantity ol Fine and Common Hames. Also, Plated and Japan'd Hanress Trimmingsst Fel[. 22. ¦ MERCUR'S. £e So Wi-jJiU^iEISa HAS just received the largest assortment of NEW GOODS ever brought into Bradford co., which he offers in exchange for CASH. LUMBER, or PRODUCE. . Monroeton, May 10, 1847. _^_ DISSOLUTION. 'liHE FIRM of E. Smith A Son is this day dissolved J- by mutual: consent. AH accounts, dec, due the fitmmust be immediately paid. E. SMITH. Towanda, May 12, 181T. C. T.t>MITH.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

IN THE MAT PER Of the j \arlilion .of the estate of Benjamin Brmk\ deed , late of Sheshequin ton n.iliip —in I \e Orphan's Court of Bradford county of Dec. T. 1847. THE heirs and devisees of Benjamin Brink dee'd. to tvit: Daniel Brink, Brink sinith, Alphe.us Tozer and; Calista hia Wile, Charles Smith, John Smith, Daniel >i iith, Or*«n Siniih, Valentine Smith, Jamea Smith. \V h. Smith, llicbel Smilh, Theodore W. Brink, Henrv V'Kinney and Amanda M'Kinney bis wife, and IVIihFi Brink and John. Brink and their guardian. Orison Id [key—Urris Brink, Elizabeth Brink, Charles Brink, Ju la Brink and John Brink, Jr., and their gusrdian . ohn Brink— Elizabeth Benslry, JanieaBrink and Hestei Forbes, are hereby severally notified that the Orphan's Court of Bradlord county on the 1 lib day of May, 1847, did grant a rule upon them lo come, into Court on the first MjnJity of September licit, and' elect to lake or refuse the estate of said decedent althe valuation made thereof.*ani* in case, t...

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

IN THE MATTER Of Chr partition of thecstale of David P>raft, late nf Canton township, dee'd.—in the Or-' phan's Cnirt of Bradford-county, of Dvc. Term, 1846. THE bciis and devisees of David Pratt dee'd., to wil: Ebenrzcr Pratt, David Pratt, Asa Pratt, Jonathan R. Pratt, Wm. Roberts, Betsey Roberts, Jesse Griffin, Rachel Griffin, Julius Pratt and Chester l'r»>, ¦re hereby severally noufied that the Orphan's Cotlrt of Biodfbid county ou the 8tb day of May 18'.7, did grant a rule upon them to come into said court u.n tbe first Monday of September next and elect to. take or refuse the estate of said decedent at the valuation made thereof, and in case they shall refuse to accept the same, to show cause if any they have, why the same shall not be sold. Bv the Court,* L\MANfl.DE WOLF, Jun». 7, 1847, CIcrk.If Orphan's|C»urt.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

Thc Saddle and Harness Business 18 still continued by ELKANAH SMITH, J. CULP &. C. T. SMITH, under the Firm of Elkauah Smith & CO., at the old stand North side of th» Public Square, where will be kepi constantly on hand Best Plain and Quillet' Saddles, Plated and Common Harness, all kinds of Trunks, Vslices, and all olhci work in their line, ' Carriage Trimming $• .Wi litary work done to order. From their experience and punctuality they are in hopes to receive a share of public patronage, Work can be bad at their nbop as cheap as at any otbea ?hop m the connW of the some nttahtv. May 18, '17-

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

' NEW t)RY GOODS, Corner of »Wa*» and Bridge Btrett JUST OPENING, at the cornier of Main A. Bridge street, a well-selected assortment of Hear and fash iouablc Dli X G.60DS, which will be sold oauaually low for ready pay<' Tbe stock consists in part of Salinett, flannel, gingham, alpacca, the cheapest lot,.of prints in town, edgings, nisertirjgs, Swiss ami t«a».: brie in ui-lms, linsey, canton I flannel, drllfing, , -l.lcach.-d and broi»n.mUflib, (dot to be - surpassed) ticking, check, caifhmefe-, Lotton, wool and buck gloves, cotton hose, suspenders, German handdrchf*) cotton and pongee hdkfst gingham cravats, plaid shawls. Wool comforters, cotton ijapes, patent thread, sewing silk, collon balls, packs pins, needles' spool cotton, hooks and eyes, suspender, shirt and metal buttons, with many other articles, usually found in a store, not mentioned. The public ate invited to call nnd examine tbe stock before purchasing elsewhere, as If ey will be sold cheap er than at any other...

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

A Woolen Factory at floiw. THE subscribers lake pleasure in afmoancifig lo lb* cuizens of Bradford county i nd vpeiakj, that they have leated for a term of years t le burning astute in Wyaluamg township, and known as Ingham's Factory, and which they are now fitting u » with ftiaehmery and upparjio-. for 'be- manafaciure if b'road and narrow cloths, flannels, die., in superior rryle and o» the aaast reasonable terms. Those wisbin ; to bat* wool asantaf.icliir.-j gpon shares will find it"to iheir jad»s»t»gti give them a call, as they arc determined (bat no pains shall be spired to give the most perfect *atiada*3insv4—They work Wool into Broad or fiairow c'resara cloths for .one half the cloth, or if preferred, they WrB maapfneture by the yard ae follrws ^Brood cMtn for from SI iu $1.29 i Narrow cloth, fiord 44 to 60 cts, Other artit les manufactured for ^proportionate prices. - Wool carding and cloth dressing Mill be dona On short notice and reasonable termsl The* will be prepared for...

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

FARM FOK SALE. 4££jjjjj*A. TH E subscriber offers for sale oil reasonsfsggsf a"e '"his, ihe vafukilc FARM formerly flBrJ^f owned and now occupied by Joseph CPow-,,1^, , , ell, Esq., situate one^nile north of tbe boro' ot Tuwnndu. The lot contains FIFTY acres of good farming land, nearly alt impro«eil, wilh a targe and commodious -dwelling house, two barns, all apple orchard, and a variety of other choice fruit trees thereon. For further particulars, apply to {the subscriber at bis office In the iKirongh of Tonandai June 28. 1847. WILLIAM ELWELL, Agent

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

I 1ST OF LETTERS remaining in tbe Post Office J at Troy, Pjk, quarter ending jjuhe 30. 16*7. Bassett R 8 ' McStrjiud Daniel 2 Basseti AH: "' MclnlrUh Ms'thtas Bessley Eliaa Mason] Sophronia Mr* „ Brown A R ' " ParkboM D D ^ Bonfoey C S Pierce Luna MUs Chester George 2 Proviri Wm Chase Wm R ParkhW Daniel Comfort L..vina Peters! Alphena Calkins Sarah T Mrs HoPinL Aaron Evans Wm T Rubbiis John W Fisher Philip S RamslallO L Miss Frank Nathan 2 Rockvfell A Miss Fish Martha E .Mrs Silvcrnail H A Mho Gusiin VVm A Smarts] Mr ' HalMck Caleb Shelddn Julian Miss jsrkson Harlow • .Snim ins S KhTJohn Thorn is Chester Kingman Cassandcr Taylor Chandler Kinyon Joab Town Susan Miss Lamb James B WhipjlcGL Lindennan Jacob Williams J S Miller Henry Rev 2 Wiles) Polly Miss Moore Sanford Wood Thomaa LAYTON RUN VON. P. M.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

•Shaving and Hair! Dressing. Solomon Cotper, - RESPECTFULLY informs Eis old friends and patrons, that having been obligi d to abandon hie former stand on the afternoon ofthe 12th ult, be ia now permanently located on the we it side of Ihev public square, two doors north of Brig ;s' tavern. Grateful for pastfavora, be hope* by superior skill and attention to merit an increase of patronage in future. He will always 'keep on hsnil. a supply of oils, essences, perfumery, snd whatever is accessary to give an agreeable finish to his operations; and will spare no (¦sins in hia endeavors to adapt hii style to suit the varying tastes of his customers. , .* ALSO—Shampnoiiing for restoring and a sure preventative to keep the Hair from Killing out, or turning gray, for a beautiful head of hair is a powerful suxihar

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

LI ST OF LETTERS remaining in the P. O Towanda, Pa-, quarter ending Jane 30, 1847. Alloway Wm Jones Isaac D Re* Briggs Francis Jnvce James Blakeslee ED -^-Kiblerl. llrowu Wm j Kelley Mary Ann Blown Alice R Mrs Loop DJ M BeardsleyDJ. UWn ! Cass A M l.eht Joseph Carpenter Edward Lung Evaline Coll.arn Asoph Lcars Lo Mc . Cummings Stephen McGovem Thomas -Cooper John Maley .John or D Lucas Chandler A Mealy Michael Devine Frances M'Kee Asa Jr Douglas Wm " Marbaker Joseph Dollin Patrick"- Marshall Clarissa Dodson John Morau Pat Etheridge Isaac D Noble Orrin Emich Leonard O'Conners David Frost Aaron Overpeck Catherine M Misr Foster Luther P Place Susannah Misa Foster Mary" SuUon Hannah Mrs Fisher John Suiith'Jobn Foster Jane Miss Tbonias Asaph A Oarthwalt Daniel Tickar Aaron Harknrss Luanda Mb« Titus Jerrnam Humphrey Tbeop. i Jaa Vincent Richard ^ . Heniley Je» Webb Andrew Henrc Heolar . Walsh Thus and John HulDanK Welsh Jamea {lowland. Maliuda A Miss Wilcox Jan* Mia* Htll itnliert Warren H...

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

- DISSOLUTION. THE co-paitnerxhip heretofore existing between C. A E. REEU is this day chssolved by mutual consent. The accounts, notes, Ac, due th* firm at* left wi-h CharleavReed, No. 5, B. R. for collection. CHARLES REED Towanda, May 24, 1817. EDWARD REED.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

COME TOi THE RESCUE! THE subscripts hming.met with severe losses by the rate fire in Towanda, aa well as other losses, earnestly request that those who know themsefwa indebted will make every effort possible to put us in funds that we may be able to meet our Honest engagements and continue our business. MONTANYE'S * CO. MONTANYE'S & CO. have removed their business situation a few doors below Bridge street where they in.end lo accommodate their customers on iheir usual liberal trims. We have now on hand a fair supply of Good* adapted to ihe spring trade, which will hedispoa ed of at greatly reduced prices, compiled with tbegiea advance of (roods in ihe ctly. March *:U. 1847.

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 18 August 1847

G*jr»4 Batter. "-Is your batter good V1 said I to the farmer. .'• Good I'rny wife has made batter these twenty years and I should think she ought to know how to make good butter by this time'." fie was evidently offended, " Well, let us examine it;"' The cover was taken off the tub j the clean white cloth, (which had been Wei in brine,) rollr-d up and the yellow treasure re vealer. It certainty did look good; <?» It tastes sweet, but how very salt it is;" - We at*ays make our butter salt trj hare it .keep at thi« Deacon. '' - Let tt» see if ihe butter milk is as tt-ett worked out as tbe salt is in'. ' JJcimri of die roll,- pressed -down with a ladle. '•' Now rriy friend, if ycidr wife has made batter these twenty ynars, she does not know how lo make ppetft; for ho butter can be grjvjd until tha but» terrnilkis. worked offt. i If that is done, you need not salt it so much to hare it keep well in any place. A very little-care and labor would have made this butler excellent; but...

Publication Title: Bradford Reporter
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
x
Loading...
x
x