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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

SALT—tOO bids. Sail just receive.! and for sale at ' . BAIRD'S, NO.3, B. R. 17* LOCK.—M) sacks of lirst rale-flour just received - and for sale at BAIRD'S, NO. 3, B. R. New Arrival at No. 1. Brick.Ro\t ! .-1. S. ClifiinbctrlUt, ¦ TS new r»e<-i\it,g, and ntfers for sille at the I)I\LCr 1 l)!-:i'(>T. >'•>. 1, Brn-k Row. » l.ijge addition U h/'s f.wmer sl-,.,k, eoncUling nf e.ery vartetv of b'rofiris, Drills and 3Irdif.im*..D|* Stuffs, Paints, . Oils, rcrfuiiirry, Fjiiicy Articles ic. which uill be »old al wholesale or retail, at unusually low prices. Terms CASH. Towanda, June tt», 1K47. (-. KOf'EKY'S, in the country, ran lie supplied wilh .J all tirti. les in their line, on 'ihe most r.asonable l.-rms. at je I fi No. I, BRICK RO VV. PICI-U'III I. UKOi'RER JON ATI! \N. for the Kounh «.l July, at No. L' BRIt'K. ROW. I-^IVNUAIi'S, Keeve'rt, and a splendid aitu'lc of Im-J ported fir. AIl'S, at No. I. BRICK ROW. PATENT MEDICINES, every kind now in use, can be t'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

NEW CASH JTURE IN T •' E. T. FOX, AKE9 this method of informing every person who wonts to purchase GOODS, that he happened in entire stock of NEW GOODS in No. 2, Brick Row, formerly occupied by C: & E. Reed, one door beiow ihe Post Office, where he would be hsppy to'show any one his stock who will favor him with a rail; as be is determined not to be undersold by any one in this or any other Town this side of New York. My stock is very large, Consisting of * " Dry Goods. ¦ Groceries. Crockery, Hardware, Boots It Shoes, ifc. A large assortment of Dress Oorx/t, Suth as itcatelt and Linen Gingliam*, (ling- . hum Muslins, Printed and Argandie do., Oregon; Plaidi, Chambrnys and lama cloths. Also, A great variety of Frateh, KngliJt And American cloths. Cassimeres, ratings, Croloit Cloth. Ticeeds and . Summer Stiffs, ire. At. 4"c Don'l fail to call, as I will gel) for the Ready Rhino a little less than any other five man. Towanda, June 1, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

JUST received 12 Chests Fresh Teas,.selling from 374 to 75 cents per. lb., warranted good or no sale at , _ FOX'S. NO. 2. fi. R. COME one and all and ace the best-and cheapest Sugar, Coffee and Molasses an town at _june 1. FOX'S, JfO. 2. B ^ R. BOOTS .lSf> SHOES.. A FIRST rate lot of Gents kip, seat and coarse !>nots, fine medium and coarse shoes; also Ladies' fine kid B. B. Tics, Buskins, Gaiters and half (jailers, and an endless variety of child's shoes at NO. 2 B. R; A FEW Family cases HOMOiOPATHW Medicine, with Hemple't Domestic Physician. Also, a few Hull's Laurie at F0.V8. NO. 2, B, R. pROCKERY i, GLASSWARE, a first rats assortv> mental jel , ,N0.2, B. R. "1 f\ DO/.EN of those cheap Parasols left, which are 1 \J selling at reduced prices at NO, 2, B. R. LEGHORN and Lawn Bonnets; also Leghorn, Petri braid and Palmleaf hats, and a great variety of Caps at jel NO. 2. B. R. 'T^HE Ladies do say that the largest- and prettiest JL assortment of Dress Goods, Ribbo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

SAVINGS BANK. SElf OFFICERS ELECTED. A T an annual meeting of the directors of ihe " To--ii- wanda Savings Bank," C. & E. REED were rtectcd in plars of G. E. Flynt ii Co., whose term expired May !»t, 1847. It is/tbe intention of the new C.i.-hiers &. Co., lo sustain the credit of the institution by " pulling goods low down " lo pay up customers.— .We therefore iuvitc our old customers aud ibe public generally to rail and examine our slock of New and Cheap Goods, just received, and convince themselves of tlie truth of ihe old adage, that " Goods have, can, and shall be sold cheapei at the Savings Bank Iban al anv other establishment in Towanda. No. .1. B. It. May lfl, 1S47. C. & E. REED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

v • £>i:xr-ia fflnraaaB,,. 17 OR S.U,E. a TIMBER LOT, situated in the I p. oi' Burlington, in this county, containing about 157 acres, on which is a good mill site. Frr further particulars enquire of J.H.HA YNES, at Hawlcy's store, Frankli.1. July 7, 1847. 2m4 :¦?» jm. mrum rmr m. w as- • SpSt^ £, £&2.3'<ai> I )ESPECTKL'LI.Y informs die citizens of Towsni- da, and the public generally thai be is prepared lo execute in ihe ncaicst slyle all descriptions of House. Sign, Coach or Qarriftge Painting, or Trimming ; and every variety of Fancy ¦ and Ornamental Painting. From his long experience and the many gfiecimcns of his productions- now in use, be entertains a flattering hope that by close application to his profession, and being prompt to order be may secure (^suitable share of public .patronage, lie may 1« found stall times al the Chair Factory of Tomkius & Makinsnn, where he will be on band lo attend to the calls of those'who may want his i,erv ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

AXOTI1ER ADDITIOS TO TRE Slork of Goods in the Savings Bank. IN consequence of the grc-it rush al the Savings Bank for Cheap Goods, the proprietor has been induced lo replenish wilh a splendid assortment of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, which arc now opening, and selling al greall> reduced prices. The pioprietor, Mr.C. REED, pledges himself lo fully and amply sustain the credit of ibe institution which il has hitherto'birne, i.e. for selling goods cheaper than any other establishment in Bradford co. Persons desirous of .testing this, have only to call at No. 5, Brick Row, uud satisfy ihem-elvcs July 7, IS17. C. REED. T AVVN8, 'ORGANDIES,- LAWN GINGHAMS, -t and Light Ginghams, have been received at lilt •Savings Bank, and are selling twenty-five per ccnl. cheaper than ever. jy7 _ C. REED. BOOTS A. SHOES—A large and exbiuslress assoilment jof coarse and line boots and shoes, ladies' full and half gaiters, kid lies, buskins. Fiench kid slippers, children's cloth and morocco sho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

A SPLENDID assortment Parasols of all sizes, an il of every variety of Umbrellas by E. fi. T. BONNETS,s good variety Leghorn, Straw, Lawn and Coburg, cheap as the cheapest by E. <V 'I'. LEGHORN Hats -of all sizes and description*, together with a good lot of palmleaf by E. cV. T. A GOOD assortment of Clicoes. In fact, we have as good an assortment of all kinds of Dress G.>ods as you can find in any store in ibe country. Also, a good assortment of Cloths, Cassimere's. a,nd Summer wear of all kinds and descriptions as cheap for rash as the cheapest by - E. A T, SHEETINGS and Shirtings, both bleached and unbleached cheap as the cheapest by K. Sc T.J s.ii/n'sALTTT ;" Oflfi RM.RELS Salt for vale at Z\)\) Junes. MOMTANYES" A CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

NEW DRY GOODS, Corner of JtWafn asiet Urldg-e Streets. JC ST OPENING, at the corner of Main A Bridge street, a" wcll-sclccled assortment of new and fash ionable./)K-V GOODS, which will lie sold unusually low for ready pay. The stock consists in part of Satinclt, flannel, gingham, alpacra, the cheapest lot of -prints in town, edgings, inverting*, Swiss and cambric inuilins, linsey, canton flannel, drilling, bleached and brown muslin, (not lo be surpassed) licking, check, cashmere, collon, wool and buck gloves, cotton hose, suspenders, German handdrehfs, ., cotton, and pongee hdkfs, gingham cravats, plaid shawls, wool comforters, cotton tapes, patent thread, sewing silk, cotton balls, packs pins, needles, spool cotton, hooks and eyes, suspender, shirt and metal buttons," with many other articles, usnally Tound hi a store, not mentioned. The public are invited to call and examine J he stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they will he sold cbea|>- er I ban al jihv other establis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

_^ CcgtJl ^XSttcrtiscmcnts. "' oittfUAN^StoV^^ , I^poreuapoe of an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford county, held at Towanda on the tenth day^of May W47, 4(11 h«'rtpo»*a "to sale' try public vendue or outcry, on the pteniises, on Tuesday ibe 24th day of August nexl.at I o'clock P. M» the following described lot of land rHuat* in the township of Troy and bounded os follows: North by land'of- Ward, rant by lands of James Dewilt, (oath by fond of Wm. Morrison, and west by the highway leading from Granville to Troy. Containing one hundred seres or thereabouts, being land of which Wm. Knox, deceased, lale of Troy township, died seiied. Terms mad* known on ihe day of sale. CH %RLES "UK AKB, • A. MORRISON, . July 26, 1810." Ad's of Wm. Knox, dee'd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

TTTHERE \S, my wife. LAV IN A' DCNN. has left v V my bed and board.,, without any just caase or provucaiion, ibis is hereby to caution any person from harboring or trusting- her on my account, a* ,1 will pay. n) debts or demands of ber contracting. Rome. Aug. 2, 1847. PATRICK DCNN. STRAY I'M) OR STOLEN: FR OM the enclosure of the subscriber on tho .night of the 29th of July, ult., TWO BAY HORSES 4 years old, with Mack manes and tails. One without shoes, high-life and-a good traveler, but not broke to ride. The one wilh shoes, has the ofl" hind font white. Wells, Aug. 2, 1847. MARTIN FRIES. ~ waisjjiti a i3ia!>r «?9 ikE^©mwnss Asp icj^w. OFFICE over the store of E.T. Fox, No., 2, Brick Row. Towanda, July 28,1847. p.wuiro-r. d. A.nnnw.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

fe N'cro ^ioctliscmcnts. I I'UULU; NOTICE. , ^l^'I-^N TIME-'S within thirteen months, mv wife ^ l.'btt-ra Cttrbiji, formejly lleheeea Dagjrefl,. has I. .t-j.c I111I and board, I forbid all percons harboring or tiu-ting heron my account,*>ftcc this date. ^¦tetnber 8. IS17. CHAKLEs'CORBIN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

Bfg^» NORTH BRANCH ASSOCIATION.— hsfag . The North Branch Asseontinn ofl'niver-^ali^N will meet in Tiopa Village, Tinga co.. Pa..on llie third Wednesday and Thursday in September ti'At. (ITith arid IfiihV 'All are invited toattead." M: order, C. W.'KINNEY, Stand"!-' Clcfc.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

flltircljtinbiic, ^c. BOOTS TND SHOES. Wbai are yoa abonl here! Arn'l yel Yei, 1 guess so! rpROrSA'NDS of times tlie question has been asked, JL Where on earth any-all lbs Boota audBhoea manufBCtured that supply the continual rush at ibe corner of Main and Bridge streets! • O'Hara answers that this is .the place, and these are the things wc do it with ! RQm£9BL> Seventy ebren newfttshiont Hear ye ! hear ye ! and «nilerstand, lhat O'Hara, at the corner of Main and Bridge streets, will sell at retail this season. 39,781 pairs of Bootsrshocs and Brogans, ot a less piice than ever was or probably'ever will be offered again in Towanda. The Ladies' Department in this establishment is richly fiirnishea\wiih fashions. Ladies', misses* and children's fancy and common boots and shoes, even to the extremity of Ihe latest fashions. • Mistake not the place -Corner of Main and Bridge streets, the onlu Shoe Store in Bradford County. Half cash ant] half trade for Butter. H. O'HARA. Towanda, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

SPRING GOODS. H. S.4M. C. MERCfR have just received a • good assortment of Ginghams, Lawns, Summer i Shawls, Elowcrs, Wreaths, fee. oVc. which will be sold lathesper than ever. Towanda, May 3, 1S17. New Arrival of Hoods, J?y Express! • , _^ Ii. K1SUSBEUY, EAS just received, from New York,'a beautiful assortment of Lawns, Ginghams, Boniietls, Palm Leaf Halts, Jj-c. &c, which will be sold vcrv cheap Also Caps ami Portisols and a variety of other goods, ("all and sec the reduction from last spring's prices, arid if you should want any thing in the wajy of New liOod*.' you will be sure to buy. s April 28, (1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

First Amvai of Goods from New York • linrloh Kias-siftfrt/, IS now receiving a general assortment of Spring and Summer C.oods, which will be sold cheaper than goods' wire ever oucrcd in ibis place before. His friends will find as ihey mount tlie steps at lijs door that prices go down. Call and examine for yourselves. — My goods and prices will praise themselves. You will find a laige and general assoilmenl of every variety of Dry Hoods, GrocJeri s. Hardware, Crockery, Class, Nails, Iron, Steel. Paints, Oils, Dye Studs, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Codfish, Mackerel, &c, &C My friends and the public gcncially are respectfully invited lo call and examine n.y stock, as I am satisfied 11 can offer them goods cheap r thin -at ony other Store. I . I.Mhv 17th/ IS 17.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

Fir>t lot of New Goods in Towaoda. MONTANV'ES' & CO. are receiving a large and general assortment of Spring ond Summer Gao&s which wdl be disposed of at wholesale or retail at reduced prices. April 20, 18-17. LADIES can find a supeii^ aswrlnient of DRESS GOODS & CLOAKINGS. «i MERCL'R'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

MmrjcmbipV&'r. -;. m^yl^mm^ Thomas BUiot &"N. C. Tomkitis, HAVING associated .heraselves together in the Mercantile business, hope by dose" applies!ion and strict attention to business, to merit a share of publie patronage". They may always he found ready to attend to any person who wishes accomodations in tbeir line. They will occupy the obi stand of Elliott Sc Merrur, ¦ nd as it has just been enlarge^ and made mote spacione and convenisnl. customers will find it very pleasant to do business in.' ELLIOTT & TOM KINS. May ^7, 1847. NEW GOODS'-NEW GOODS'! J UST received end folsale a spl-ndid assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, which will be sold as' cheap for Cash as can be found in Northern Penn'a.— Cnslomsrs will find it to tbeir advantage to call and examine their stock before purchasing elsewhere. May 87. ELLIOTT ft TOMKINS. A NY quantity of GINGHAMS, just received and IX lor sale by ELLIOTT & TOMKINS. LAWNS of oil varieties; also Gingham Lawns ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

New Spring and Summer Goods. A', X. BKTTS, IS now opening a new aud splendid assortment of staple and fancy goods at his store, (situate on Main street Iwo doors below Bridge street (west side) nearly .opposite Monionye's A Co.) embracing all arlicles generally kepi in (he counlry, such as Dry Goods. Groceries, Crockery and fJ/msicare. Hardware. .Xails. Iron, alt the varieties of Steel, Glass, Paints Linseed Oil, Lamp-Oil A/c which he offers la purchasers at unasna! low prices for Casb,,*Produce, or approved credit. And would respectfully invite all who wish lo - purchase to call and examine his goods and prices-Wore- purchasing else* wbero, as he is confident be can offer good bargains. , June 1 1847. PRINTS, M. De Laincs. Ginghams, Lawns, Ac-Trie Ladies will find a beautiful assoitmeiit at jnne 9. BET PS'. A GREAT variety of shawls scaifs, parasols Ladies and Misses' Bonnets very cheap al BEITS'. BLACK ft. BEAVER CLOTHS, black ond fancy Cass* meres and all sorts of Summer stull-t,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 September 1847

NEW AND CHEAP GOODS, O. It. Rarlletl, HAS Ihe pleasure In inlorin bis friends and customers and the public in general, that be is just receiving a large and-carefully selected slock ot scasona'ble Goods, wbicb, as heretofore, ho is prepared to sell ilowerihan any BRAGGART. ^ __ | Towanda. J une 2, 184 7. • ^^-—"^ ' P.1PER HASGL\GS. THE largest and most beautiful assortment of Paper Hangings ever brought into tins place, just received and for sale cheap at O. D. BARl'LEIT'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 8 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 otthe __ SAVINGS BANK. .bonnets/ A large and extensive assortment of Bonnets, consisting of Leghorn, Albert Braids, China pearl, Straw gimp, English Straw, Ac, together with ribbons, artificials, wreaths. Arc. to match, are now selling al reduced prices at tho SAVINGS B.SNK.

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