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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

• WfflW ©©®E)S» JDST RECEIVED A NEW St'PPI-V Of .OJRY GOOOK' % GROCERIES, • CODFISH. ' • . ' MACKKKpi-&e ^ Ac., which are for sale very cheap »t B. *k ,, BERT^V dwelling boose, up four stone steps-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

General Scott in the City of Mc«« i *• And anotlur large stock of Goods /»«< f«"f ' MONTANYES&.CO'S STOKt ^ trAicft hAvc been carefully selected f>r the f"•' THE public are invited to caM mi «»"''"' \„i atorik -of Dry Goods, Groceries, %&*"$,& CrockerV, Boots A Kheea, HaU & (Japs, ^ "^ ^» in the lirfo of staples, auited to the *ints of H^ [;l of country, which have been purchased ^'"J^ '^t Csah, and at the lowest ebb in the market. „ our okl Mende will not forget to give us a c« • can make it'an object for them to do so. Towanda, August 18, 1847. —- ' ' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

J. N. SIMER, M.. D, DB. VJJ2 rnov al the hotel of % P. Woodrull, '"••,,wl«ji n-hers ^ he, will remain but two war** . ,l£W.' pleased, a waif.upon all who may wish ^se" Tuwauoa, August 5,1817.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

Mr, Clav *¦* Oeaieral TaW*r, Itr. Clay's northward tonr,~b generally believed to have special reference to the next Presidential campaign, looking as much to his political as his physical health. It is a long time since that distinguished person has ventured North, and his present unhidden visit is doubtless prompted quite as much by the desire to rally his forces as to invigorate his ccastitunon. That he has a strong, warm hold upon the) affections of many of the Federal patty, he knows full well; and at ajime when Gen. Taylor bids fair to carry them awaylfrom his standard, he regards it as fitting that he should recall them to their allegiance, and to indicate that "the blood of the Douglass will protectpself/' No man better understands this business than Henry Clay. He will meet at the watering-rjlaces the elite of Federalism'. He will show that he is still a hearty hale old man. He will prove that his far-utlies are not impaired by years. He will fasrinalc them by bis fine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

^^ 1 Itaftvat mmm'm^imm '^kt*' ibis wo* wtt | m!n7p^'i|IJ^Sm cSaJy3 ridMd-work kfa^^onS* wi^ ihertime attowed bylaw. ^We are avatified m** ing able to state, that about one-bali me mjuired . WRSfe&rift risUUfosaFlStSS *.::&F*- could have been proeared, had ttbewi necessary, our citizens having great confidence in the value and utility of this Extension, when connected with the improvements of New York. Lurerws and Wyoming have already. ewbscribud'the) hafaiu fi,, These gentlemen gavu the rtrongest assurancei that the C^awpsni^womnfiaamiediBnalj pal Ihw ^>«- nal urtdercootract , and wabiut aSat iha hopes of the people of this section will hot again be disappointed. •'•••- ¦ ¦¦l -' """; ' IUrlik<! dowiI tub RntniK Fi-ao. —The Federal journals aretrjingtheirskill inmannficturingfiiise hoods for the election—their usual avoesalon about this time. The hut that has come to hand, it that the Sunburg American had hauled down the names of Shunk and Long...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

IMr* NORTH BRANCH ASSOCIATION.— ann*W The North Branch Association of Universaiis'ts will meet in Tioga Village, Tioga co., Pa., on the third Wednesday and Thursday in September next, (15th and 16th). All are invited to attend. By order, G. W. KINNEY, Sanding Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

SPECIAL COURT. NOTICE i» hereby, given that« special coort of eoaaraon Pleas will be held at Towanda on Monday (ha *5to day of Oct next, at 3 o'clock, P. M. by the Hon. William Jesaup, for the trial of the several Cannes which have been certified to him ; a list of whicfi amy b* acta at tha Pjrothonotary's office. August Stth, 184,7, j A. McKEAN, Prot

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

B0OT & SHOE MAIVUFACTORY; J OHN W. WILCOX, having purchase,] thei,**. a» rest of his late partner, respectfully informs the tablie that be may still be found at the old stand, pear T P, Woodruff'a tavern, where he still solicits a share of public patronage. He intends, by a careful, selection of stock, and by attention to the interests ofhis costopaera to make as neat and durable work aa can be manufactured in this pait of ihe country. He will keep constant y on hand, and manbfartntf io order, Morocco, Calf and Coarse Boots and SAoei Ladies' Gaiters, Shoes and Slips.- Children's do., Gent's Gaiters and Pumps, (ft; 03" Coun'trj Produce, of most descriptions, taken in payment for work, al the market price. Tnwanda, Anguat 30. 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

JJJWffjfeBajfiiife We preset th. tttowins^uiwaii,, J?^ ^P*W*mt *ft *fr°»» highlyt^ | | M of Towanda. BW^wptt ' m^^J^rtLi^f' uajfcrafftin justice to the efficacy of vn! .cf *« m^mb^ , 1 «•"« Pierre JitmLTg* two occasions, to wit^-^Boring the aamtmrS^ <"> and in lire present month, I was several l184". with that truly terrible disease, the Pit-J ^'W V9l<| »aMlttNM by R p. Monianye, your agent at our pLS** your Pills. I found immediate relief „ iff'to tr» them. On the first occasion, I wasi«?!f ^"f situation for several weeks, but after 'u.ltry b"i boies of your Pills, was entirely WelL tJS '*' occasion was a mere attack, and after tkJ. I ^ v«: two first, three second, aiid three ,t.va ItnmsYtTrtnr srsiBtom was m ¦ „i "" <>urd You are at liberty to make snvnrrm^*1™*"'"»» for Ihe benefit tf& rf&^.^ alterations yon^teasefa WW a«?£.^a"> T^P^lte^^^vA-V^^' Baw^axer tSwua^isa C*v*7t>tsn only original and genuine Indian Vege...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

<oa©«^Hmf© i «j2r'0'.i'.ciimfi Sew Arrival io Towanda, of a Splrndid Lot of Bfndy-niadt Clfllliin:, WHICH I will sell OTper cent, cheaper ttaoor IDS got at any other place, which in in ejiraanlinary incident. To- all cash buyers, I would ssy.w and aee for.yourselves. I can be foornl «t all H"*5 three doors north of Bridge-si My assortment eoo*u •'* CTbo4iano' Coati, and Veils of all budr. P^1 " IfanQCdssimere,- Plain Bind An.: fhm Coats, Overcoats, Sack Coats. <Sr. J Also, S lot sf Broarf cloths, Black\Frrneh doih.pm Castimerei fancy Vesting, alack satin rej/™.-'*Mr' ill of which I will sell very cheap. ' £? Cuatomw's Work slill done, ami f>t'»»2 »"•' Trirnnrinakuu cbesp at L- BAffiEi-EK'S Towanda, Aag. 25, 1847; ' Clolhing Store- . HERIFF'S SALE.—By^virtue of »n all",0") expo, issued out of the court of common (<l«u '< Tioga, county, arid to toe directedtshall ei|»« «Pc' , lie sale byjpdbfic Vendue or outcry. «t th' coart Ibc* in WellsbJsrouEb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

iUisu^UfltteonB aUmf4rti»cment«. ?.. \:l "" ^l^Gl§t^R,s^(r>l'iqj5^r. --., XTOTICE ia hereby given to alt peraaos interests!, i\ that Gabriel King and Solomon C. Xinner, .electors of the esttte-of %..- ¦,;,. ¦>• Asa Kinner, deceased , Utc of Rome township;-and Benjamin Buffington, jjnunistrator of the estate of *L;'. Preserved Buffington, deceased, ¦ ¦. lite of Warren township; sop George W.Shatlnck, administrator of the estate of"?, - • - Shibet Mayuard. deceased, late of Troy Itownship ; and Elihu Case and A. D. Spalding, administrators of the estate of ¦ ¦Chauncey 'Atone, deceased, late of troy township.-, and John B. Parcel and A.C. Scott, administrators of the estate of Nicholas Parcel, deceased, late of Ridgbury township; and William H. Overton, surviving admmialratorofthe estate of WiBiam 3. Swain, deceased, i |jle of Athens township*, and David Palmer and H.D. Freeman, administrator* of the estate of ' -. ,_ H. N..Ward, deceased, - late of Troy township} and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

!- This Way. for Jiargains. •nSUVl'OI.s, Sl.'N SHADES AND SUMMER ,1 ."¦.TUFFS, selling at o»st, a< ^ FOX'S. \ tHM*HAN'S COUiTF-!?rALE^ IN piirMi.iijcc'of an orJer of the Orphan's Court of tlraJt'ord county, held ill Towanda. in and for said •miuiy, on the 14th day of May, A. D. 1817, will be ^ -.[i-i^ed to *aic by. public vendue or outcry oti the prelaws "ii Wednesday th«2e5thda} of July, A.D. 1847, ,ii 1 i.)'rl-iclwP. M.,the following piece of land situate in tin- township iofSj»cingfield, bounded north by the • ouiiry'roaa' leading from Troy to Tioga Point, and by land, of Sylvester Leonard, cast by lands of Oliver Galea 'ml lanils of Pjrul ^bemway, south by lands of Stephen IMj-iS and west-hy land* of Daniel Barllett and J. W. /Klrrcur and lands of l<emuel Faulkner. Containing mic hundred acre* of thereabouts, with a two story iidineil dv.dlling house, a framed barn and other nut .muses thereonr erected ^ imd an orchard 'thereon. The <'»'>!' will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

AUDITOR'S NOTICE. Sknuiet' Coolbaugh to the use of D. F. Barstow, vs. fVUlard C. Green. AV. 210, Dec. T. I84G, Bradford Common Picas. 'TT,HE undersigned, having been appointed auditor to -L/ distritiute moneys raised by virtue of execution is->utj in the above suit,.will attend to the duties of bis •(pointment at his office in Towanda Borough,*on Sat--iriliii Ibe 4ill daV of Sept. next, at two o'clock in the aflern.>on; at which time and 'place all" persons intcrf-st-«1 We required to present their claims before linn, or be leuaired from coming in upon said fond>. Jql-f-20, 1847. WILLIAM WATKIiVS. Auditor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

^JP JltMtatWWLfe I leklHMsio I ^^vSPi1108 ^'**»'te#*l&*W®* -V Whertjan aarth are aU Oie BoolasSlSavSa notetared . that supply the c«ht^ua|{«^^M!c$nMr ofMiin and Brjfee streets 1 0'jiam ~ siiawaaath^ i» the place, and thesesre the thin-rs yre -mtgmm a. . . • j,;_ „i •«•'v-f'-'' "£"¦ <£iSS£g Z^^ sdmUipelAnifiMmfasikiotb Hear ye I hear ya! and understand, that O'Hara, at the co^er«i£Mai|reBdfir»dge«ireets, »Ul,seri al retail this season. 8831 fsinof Boots, Show and-BMgtna, at a Jem price than ever waa or preUblyeirw^iljIpVof Wed againb Towanda. . -, . ,. ;^\ .. The^Ladita- Departowot in this ertabuabsaent is nchly fiirBisbod.whh fashions. Ladies', misses' and childi«n'staat7.ai^:«osnnjnaaWi4avan^ to the-sxtrem uy of the latest fashions. Mistake not the place -Corner of Main and Bridge atresia, i*e only Sn<f Store.in Bradford. County; HsltSh and half trade for Butter,-«• — » * ^JC^d'HXRA Towanda. Jnne'TC, 1847. ' '¦'• : ' vS jg.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

NO. 3.-!Ji TOWN A€A1N." ; THE subscribers area little later than usual this spring with their extensive stock of merehandiio''; but what tbAB^H-d.pepple of Bradford,connty htmifai by our dcla, y,.we trill how ehdcafoi^'makc'up to Utem in the quantity, quality and. price of our goods." /¦ ' We are now on hand with the LARGEST, BEST AND CHEAPEST stock orgoodsioTowanda1biJught exclusively for cash, aniLsince ihe great reduction in prices. Our stock^oriinsts as usual of ' / ' Dr.yy^miii\ Grottrirs, Crockery, Hard-¦ ¦¦ war.e, f)rugs and Mediciaet, For further particulars look along through the paper. We need not say •* Call and examine our Good*," tot we know that every body wili call at No. 3, before purchasing elsewhere. WM. H. BAIRD <fc OO. Jane 15, 184-7.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

LADIES DRESS GOODS. JTTST 'cceived at No. 3 Brick Row, an extensive nssortmenl-of rich' and desirable dress, goods of ihe latest style, such aa striped Tarleton, embroidered muslin, Cherry luatre,- M. De Laine, Gingham'Lawn, mourning organdie, Bjtzorine Gingham Robes, Lad-ci striped dresses, together with all the new and fashionable fancy gooda that could be found in the city x>f New V'ork, and will bo sold cheaper than the same gooda can lie bought at any qlhercitablispmenl in the county. Remember this, and before you purchase stop into BAIRD'BNO. 3, B.' R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

HATS—The largest and best selected assortment of Su mmer Huts, consisting of Pitiamu.English straw, Dunstable, Pedal, falmleaf, &c, foVsale cheap at BAIRD'S B ONNETS—Florence, Qhina Pedal, Straw and Lawn Bonnets, all of llip latest fashions, at _ ' , BAIRD'S ^ B " OOTS & SHOES—Men's Calf and Morocco boots, and Congress gaiters, and Ladies shoes of every description at - BAIRD'S. PAINTS & OILS—Linseed, Lamp and Tanner's Oil—White Lead, dry and ground Von.ititn ReiL and all kinds of Paints for sale jt the cheUpVstSritore in Towanda. , BAIRD'S NO. 3, B. R. FI SH,—Mackerel, Shad, and Codfish in great abundarice-at BAIRD'S, r\ ROCEIJIES.— The best article of Tea Coffee Su-* ^ gar. Wire.Tobacco, Ac, can be fonnd at BAIRD'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

DUV GOODS.— Everything in tjehne of Dry Goods usually kept in Uiis country, or ever wanted for use, can be found at No.;!. The said goods were purchased in New V'ork afbsr the great rush was over, and when I here was a-ereat depression in the Markets, and consequently were bought eliraper and thcdl .be sold cheaper than any stock of goods in Bradford county.— This is true, if we io s:|y ii ourselves, and ifyoii don't believe it.'just drop in at %o. 3, where the ehililren cry to come. ' and'you will become convinced (bat goods can he sold cheap in TowuntlFL WM. H. BAIRD &. CO. QALT—100 bbls. Salt jnrt' received and for sale O -at ] B AIR1VS, NO. 3, B. R. 17M.OLR.—50 sacks of first rato flour just received - and for sale at BAIRD'S, NO. 3, B. R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

I3EDLEKS will find itto ihciiladvanUgetoeallatthe X Drug Depot, where they can l>e supplied with every article desired, such aa phials, essences. &C., on the best termsT jelb' No, l ^ BKICK ROW_ SOD.V FOIiN'TAIN. just erected al the Drug Depot, to which the attention of the public, is invited. ^MWiiSflSii IgiVil? e^^isa^o THE Subscriber offers his new stock of HATS AND CAPS ^ at the first building south of the Brick How. where the hat manufactory of Mr. Thomajr was formerly kept. Those who wish to purchase for Cash, will be accommodated at very reduced prices.— Fur Hals from one to four dollars; Silk Hats from one to"three dollars; Woof hsts from thirty-seven and a half cents to one dollar; Caps from eighteen cents to one dollar—according to quality. HENRY MERCER. "May 27, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 1 September 1847

SPRING GOODS, H S. & M. C. MERCUR have just received a • good assortment of Ginghams, Lawns, Summer Shawls, Elowers. Wreaths, Sec. Ac;, which will be sold cheaper than ever. Towanda, May 3, 1847. New Arrival of Goodv by Express! B. KINGS BE BY, HAS just received from New York, a beautiful assortment of -Lawns, Ginghams, Bonnctts, Palm Leaf Halls,o>c.. &*., which will be sold vory cheap.— Also,Ca(u and Parasols and a variety of other goods. Call sad see the reduction frorn last spring's prices, and if you should want any thing in the way of New Goods, you will be sure to buy ^ April 28,1847. _

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