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

ORPHAN'S cp-trHT SALK. I\ purauapce of an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford county, held at* Towanda on tbe tenth Jay of May. 1847, will be exposed to sale by public vendue or outcry, on the premises, on Tuesday the 34th day of August next, at I o'clock P. M., the followtn<; described lot of land situate in the township ot' Troy, an.l bounded as follows : North by land of Ward, ^ast-liy lands of James Dewitt, south by land of Wm. 'Morrison, and west fly the highway leading from (iranulle to Troy. Containing one bundled acr**s or ihereahouts, being land of which Wm. Knox, deceased, late ol Troy township, diod seized.' Terms made known on ilic day ef sale. '¦ CHARLES URA'KE, ' A. MORRISON, r July 26, 1846. Ad's oT-Wm. Knox, dee'd.

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

. DISSOLUTION. • THE. ro-Partnership heretofore existing under the A- name of H. KINNEY A CO., at Sheshequin, was dissolved bv mutual.consent'on the first day ol Juno 'M- The Books apd accounts will be founcd at ihe <w itond o(>en and ready for ^elllcment. e ill. KINNEY, v fo.D. SATERLEE, C. F. WELLS J,R. ^cshrqnin July 10 1847. N. C. HARRIS, - Al |KTsons knowing themselves indebu-d to the old ton must walk up to the Captains, office and not only **. bur, pay up or costs wiU Iw made after sixty days Pitt—no indulgences granted. ^hequin July 101847, tH. KINNEY ^ &.CO ^

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

! "Steffi I^niBSCs • m any Quantity of New Goods! ! P'lE uoJrrvigncd have formed themselves into a ^JKrtnerJiifl at the old stand of rf. KINNEY & CO. Tvw .c,'u'n "nder'Uie name of KINNEY & SAT-/•KLEE where they may at all limes be found ready "«t on their customer* with the-good things of life "™»V u they can be had indlradford County. Hard cbj p""1 ^Lumber all kinds, of produce taken in ex-T• Any quantity of butter wanuul at tbe largest pr,cc'» eichartgc for goods. H. KINNEY. • ,. O. D. SATERLEE. , jnwiequinJuly 10 t847. E. SATERLEE.

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

rp DlSsSfJLUTrON. ;' . ^ '*'partnrr»h)p heretofore ex is ing under the firm ^ "' Ritler & FoWlcr in the Lumber business, has fcj'' ls l,.'.v dissolved by mutual consent. Persons in-^. t" the concern will make payment, and those tj,?5 clll"n* will present thorn to Joel Ritter, one of ^ "".by whom the business in future will be carried „„; JOEL RITTER, fW">!. Aug. 14, IM4V. ROGERS FOWLER.

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

-4fi DISSOLUTION. 1. ' PartnV-rnhip heretofore existing between the sub-{,, h''] *"- vn,i" "'« firm of Wilcox <V Sage, is this :'j,l ^ I'v mutual consent. The accounts arc ,-tilM 0f John w-Wilcox,, by whom they wHI tsrfc, "" perjons indebted, are requested to make V lar Payment'.'- J. W. WILCOX, U»M l-j, 1S4y_ „ SAGE.

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

New Arrival al No. 1, Brick Row! Jl. S. Chambertln, I S now receiving, and offers for sale at the DRUG DEI'OT.Nn.j, Brick Row. a large aiUition-tt his former stook, consisting of every variety of Groceries, Dfn?s and Medirinrs. Bre Staffs, Points, Oils, Perfumery, Fancy Ankles ic. which will,be sold at wholesale or retail, at unusually low prices. Terms CASH. Towanda, June 16/1^47. GROCERY'S, in the country, cafi he supplied with all articles In their line, on the most reasonable terms, at je!6 No. 1, BRICK ROW. P1CTORI .L BRUTRER JONATHAN, for the Fourth of July, at No. 1, BRICK ROW. DUNBAR'S, Reeve's, ami a splendid article of Imported CIOARX, at No. I. BRICK R«W. PATENT MEDICINES, every kind now in Use, can be found al the Drug Depot; Agent for Jayne's Smith's, Clickencr's, Moffat's, Pain killer, and various other medicines. A full anil general supply always on hand , jel6 No. 1. BRICK ROW. , OILS, PERFUMERIES, a splendid article of Hair Brushes, Thermometers, and Fancy Article...

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

First Arrival of Goods from New York ttnrton King*bcry-> ~ a . IS now receiving a general assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, which will be sold cheaper than goods were -ever offered in this place before. His friends will-find as they mount tho steps at his door that prices go down. Coll «nd examine for yourselves.— My goods and prices will praise themselves. You will find a laigc and general assortment of every variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware. Crockery, Glasa, Nails, Iron, Steel. Paints, Oils, Dye Stuns, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Codfish, Mackerel, &c„ dtc My Wends and the public gencially ore rcspcctfolly invited to call and examine my stock, as I am satisfied I can offer them goods cheaper than at any olher Store. May 17tb, 1847.

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

WINDOW A WALL PAPER, a nice variety and cheap at BETTS'. HARRIS <k BLOODS- Grass scythes and scythe snallis-,also Harris'cradle scythes at BE PTX'. NEW AND CHEAP GOODS. — «i * O. it. Bartlell, HA S the pleasure lo inform his friends and customers and the public in general, that be is just receiving a large and carefully selected slock of seasonable Goods, which, as heretofore, he is prepared to sell lower than any BRAGGART. Towanda. June 2, 1847. ' PjffER HAXgTsGS. TH E largest and most beautiful assortment of Paper Hangings ever brought into this place, just received and for sale cheap at 0. D. BARTLETTS.

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

A superior lot of Lawns, Summer Ginghams, and Monterey plaids, a new article for dresses. Also, prints of all patterns, Which are selling extremely low it the SAVINGS BANK. BONNETS. A large and extensive assortment of Bonnets, consisting of Leghorn, Albert Braids, China pearl. Straw gimp, English Straw, etc,, together with ribbon*, artificials, wreathe, dec to match, are now selling at reduced prices st the SAVINGS BANK.

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

" "" I'o ~ v*y&£iRwm3s >9 HAS just received the largest assortment of NEW GOODS ever brought into Bradford CO., which he offers ih eXchange>T6r CASH, LUMBER, or PRODUCE. Monroeton, May 10, 1847." OD. BARTI.ETT will exchange cloth or other • Goods for Wool on the best terms possible. Towanda, June I, 181V.

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

¦ 1 SUMMER SHAWLS a beautiful assortment of Berage, De Lain and Brocha Shawls may be found at the SAVINGS BANK. PARASOLS of every variety and pattern. Also, Umbrellas, are" now selling extremely low at the Towanda, May 24, 1847. SAVINGS BANK. aUTCravli»5AT~FLOUR. '" A FFW hundred pounds BUCKWHEAT FLOUR in 50 lb. sacks, a superior article, just received and for sale by Feb. 22. 0. D. BARTI.ETT. NAMES AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS. JUST received t large quantity of Fine and Common Hames. Also, Plated and Japan'd Hanress Trimmings at Feb. 22. MERCUR'S.

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

m THE MATTER Of the partition of the estate of. Benjamin Brink, dee'd . late of Sheshequin ton nship —in the Orphan's Court of Bradford eoun-, tynfDcc.-7'.l8iT.. THE heirs and devisees ol Benjamin Brink dee'd. to wit: Danirl Brink, Brink Smith, Alpbeus Tnzer and Cansta his wife, Charles Smith, John Smith, Daniel rirniih, Orson Smith, Valentine Smith? James Smith, Wm. Smith, Rachel Smith, Theodore W. Brink, Henry M'Kinney and Amanda M'Kinney hia wife,' and Delilah Brink And John Brink and their guardian, Orison Rickey—Orris Brink, Elizabeth Brink, Charles Brink, Julia Brink and John Brink, Jr„ and their guardian John Brisk—Elizabeth Bensley, JameaBrink and Hester Forbes, are hereby severally notified -that tbe Orphan'a Court of Bradford county on' the'1 lib day of May, 1847, did grout a rule upon ihem to come into Court on ibe first Monday of September next, and elert to lake or refuse the estate of said decedent at the valuation made thereof, and in case they shall refuse to accep...

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

PttlNTS, of every variety and style, foreign and-domcatie, now opening at wholesale and retail, at au',8 , _ MONTAiVYtr,3 A CO. RlNGES A GIMPs7 of alFk.^Is ; also?Butlona and other trimmings for la<fics' dresses and visetu, I,T ,U| 8 MONTANYE & CO.. /^LT) TH8rCASSi,MERES" dr/VEjsTlNGS of Very \J superior/style and finish, and at prices to auji those who wish W purchase cheap. aalS M(lNT,\;rTE8 & CO. SHOES—Ladies' MUscs and Chili! ten's, a large va^ ricty on hand at je9 BETTS'.

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

trstibsk jr/Kons—SECOSB .E. Albany-r-Peter Sterigcre; • / Asylum—W. H. Frutchey; y. Spifrigfield—Oliver Gates ; / Canton—Jesee Griffin; / Rome—John Horton, jr.; /'. Tioy borough— Layton Runyon : / . Alliens tp.—Luther Stone, David Gardner, Wm. Scott, Nathaniel Flower, 8. Bosworlh ) / Smithfield—Jonathan Hall; ' \ ',, Dureil—James Goff; / . ' j : .' -f,:: Wrlls-'-L. L. Ameigh, Jsmes/Gordon ; Wysox—John Owens, B.B^Coollnirjgb; Standing Stone—Hiram Gordon : Athena borough—Thomas I. Brooks; Monroe—Absolom Coolbaugh ; . Orwe|l—Jason Chaffee, Ira Brewer; "Burlington—Iauac Swain, jr., D. Buei, II. K. Steven*; Ulster—Edward Mills; '*j: -heahequirt—Darwin Gillet, Joshua 1 iortan, jr.; GranvUie—R. J,Spalding-; WyaKising—W. Taylor; Tovsanda iKimtigh—David F. Baretov r; V arren—S. B.Chaffee, B. Arnold.

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

LIST OF JURORS drawn for Scptefltief Urm and sesaionsr1847. oRAxn junons., Smttiifieid—Joel J: Allcri; E. Vt. Far«s4terih ; Wells—Jehial Ay res, H. M: RanrieyJ J. M. EdsaJl; Columbia—Curtis Merrit; ' Troy tp.—John Porter; . Monroe—J. B. Smith; j QrweH—Levi Frisbie j .. i Wyalusihg—Jacob P. Biles! , ¦; Athens tp.—Abijah Mead; j. i Ridgbnry—John Burt, O. West;. f . , ' Warren—Noai C.Roweni , . |. Albany—Dyer,Ormsby, E. P.AIlen, Jaitlcs Lee; lister—46hn M. Pike. David Walun ih i Rome—HeriryOb. Rockwell,': Cantou-i-Irad Wilson i - Granville—Miner T. Porter j Sheshequin—Joseph S. Elliott! Wysox—M. H. Lanning. i«*r- • tba,txrsx Jraoas—riasT Vxtk. Athens tp.—G. H .Jai*son, J.Totcr, jr. J.LJV^hepard; Ridgbury—C. F.Wilson, Wm. Easton, Wm.Balt; Towanda tp.—SamueJ Stxatton ; Rome—R;St-uble, I. P. Towner. Jlmjsh Horton ; Pike—John A: Codding, f'crry Champion, E. Crandoll, John F. Bosworth', Asylum—John P. Brown ; Columbia—Edward Young; Smithfield—Horace Pierce, Levi L. 1 leach; Wdfren—Nathan ...

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

The Gnefcatorg Yefc-ttble Pills. ... .^:jobMm*'i ^_. Ttuty ttt«u. ton wM eat. tit ttetf Wet* 1 THE GRsErENBERG COMPANY hereby gin notice, that P.C. IN0BR8OL1., BlnOra, for Cbemsog, Tompkins, Cayuga. Seneen, Ontario, Allegheny Yate*. and fetenbe* comma*. N. Y., and for Bradford, Warren. Crawford. Tioga, Potter, M'Kean, Brie, Clinton, Center, and Wyomiiig counties, Peon. Tin General Agent ia fully prepared to appoint cob-Acentt wherever there is no branch of the Coojpany ; diner an personal applies***** ,- «r by mail, post paid, — The rapid sale of these celebrated (ills and the extraordinary cares Ibey are cooatanlly effecting, render them, by far, the) moat popular pill of tha age. An Agency will conarqaently be very valuable. The Graefcuberg J'lUaaM inconceivably eaperior to any ever before discovered. In all bilioua coMphtlflta : in seaaral dwaugeaniit of Ihe rryneaa . in all disorders which rvaolt from a-bed aUte of the blood, theae pilla are aiaovcraigjft leassdy. In t...

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

©ielmrs &mw> a3Wimt::ii\j)s ^aanaaA. '"HE subaeribera still continue | j | f ™5Jr *° manufacture and keep on hand j_L—JOI at their old stand, all kUda of cane »~""W and wood aeat CHAIRS; also egmmmWm^JD SETTEES of various kinda, and Wa^^HSgf BEDSTEADS of every descrip-% ^Tf^\l • *"">. which we will sell low for 1 n \J& cash or Produce, or White Pine ***•«•# ^*^L_ lumber. White wojd, Ban wood, aaaV«*~" or Cocamber el air plank, or 4 by 4 Scantling 13 feet long—either Button wood, Basswood or Maple, will also be received for our work. Turning done to order in the neatest manner. TOMIHN8 A MACKINS^N. Towanda, Feb. 33, 1847.

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

SHEPHERD'S MEDICINES, coxsisTTHe or irrmifngf, SaruptrilU, Congo Candy, md Feur ¦ id igoe PilU. if\% THE VERMIFUGE, nothing more need besaip \J than what isaaid in the following certificates of reideoU of Luaeme county: Bali*, May 17, 1847. I need Shepherd's Vernriroge lor two of my children, ft operated welt, and expelled a quantity of worms. I can recommend it aa a valuable medicine. Is* ac Cobtbioht. Tows Hill, Jan. 20, 1847.--John Koons, Esq.— Dear Sir—Yon will please send me four bottles mora of Shepherd's Vermifuge. The three bottles purchased of you a abort time ago have been used with tbe happiest effects. They were given to three of my children—in one case 65 worms were expelled, in another 164, and in th> last 67. I am anxious to give the rest of my faroiiyihe benefits of this medicine, and therefore orderXs above. This ia decidedly the best article for destroying worms that has ever been in this part of ^ tbtcoantry. I have tried Orrick' s, Realist's and^atve...

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

BHHHHBS . |._. .. .,'¦ , ' BBSBBV 4y'^*vwaTaT* w *T wri^....\' X^J^m\^ -"''-.;, :?i£ .-^HnLf ^—buKu * s^oo sr^v- ^sv^B^^B- ' £r^ *>BBB*lBBtev^Hlw<J a fa. ?#***»*-j^BBBBrBBr- **¦- * '..j^argllY' f^fftf^ytt yf*'".: jE^aaaa?' " F OR tho cure of DEAFNESS, peine, and the d» charge of matter from the aara. Abo all thoaa da* agreeable Bounds, Into the bttaiag of ir sects, farina* of water, whining of steam, dec* eke* which am ayanp lonw of approaching deafneaa,and also geoerally attendant with the disease, Many persona who have been deaf for ten, fifteen, and even twenty years, and were obliged to use ear trompcts, have, after namgeoa of two bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made perfect ly well, Phyaieiane and Surgeona highly teetmmttn' its nse. The very great number at happy reratta that have followed tbe ove of SCARPA'S ACOUSTIC OIL, have been troly aatotttablng. And what ia laadaifel, aatae who arete deaf from birth, have been an" mac* laaaeeved aa to hear com...

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

»« lyry Important CommtnaUtUUm to all rxasoss ix all rtacxs, At all timet, AND UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES. 1 F YOU ARE SICK, get cored : if wall, employ X measures to continue so. Every iadjvidoal iaabjlges in habitv which must, to a greater or leaser extant, disarrange tbe admirable and intricate combinations which form tbe system, and consequently ' XVBBT 1JIB1VIDCAL should possess some mild, yet aateachMM, aimpla and accredited agent for preserving all the functions oftkebody goodorier. DR. WOOD'S SAasxriniLtx »« wild cbxbkt aVrrrxaa will achieve Ibis result, and should be in every family, and in the bands of every person, who by business, profession or general course of life, ia predisposed to the vary many little ailments that render lib a cures, inread or a-blessing, and finally result, in their aggregated eon-' dition, is the cause •* ¦ OF DEATH. The Bitters here mentioned are compounded by a man of great skill and knowledge, from the simple Nature presents to those who ...

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