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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

TMy Way for Bargains, PAR\Pfn.S,StJN SHADES AND SUMMER STUFFS, selling at edit, ak FOX'S. AT^THE SAVINGS BANK may be' found the cheapest GROCERIES in town. A few articles of which wc will enumerate, vii :—A superior article of black or pouchung tea ; gieetj teas of all prices and quantities ; old Java, Rio and Ljaguir* coffee, crashed, powdered and muscovada sugarf; molasses, sperm and mould candles, lamp and linseed!oils, taisins. fish. Ate. July 21, NOi«, BRICK ROW.-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

AUDITOR'S NOTICE; , Samuel Coolbaugh to the trie of D. F. Barstow, vs. IfVlard C. Ureer\. iVo.21Q, Dec. T. 1840. Bradford Common Pleas. \L-yJt *~pHE undersigned, having bej-n sppoinrfef auditor Id JL distribute moneys raised byi virtue of execution issued in the a hove suit, will attend to the duties of his appointment at his office in TowTanda Borough, on Saturday the 4th day of Sept. next, at two o'clock in the afternoon; at which time and place all' persons interested are required to present their claims before him, or ha .•charred from coming in upon said funds. . -. July 20. 1847. WILLIAM WATKINS.Auditor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

DISSOLUTION. x '' ' THE co-Partnership heretofore existing under the . name of H. KINN EY & CO., at Sheahequin, was dissolved by mutual consent on ihe first day of Juno last. The Books and accounts! will be founed at this old atand open and ready for settlement.' H.KINNEY, O.D. SATERLEE, i.Ci. F. WELLS JR. Shcshcqu'.o July 10 1917. Nj. C. HARRIS, All persons knowing themselves indebted to the old firm must walk up to the Captains, office and not only settle, but pay up or costs will be made alter sixty days grace —no indultqcncit-s granted! Shcsheqi.in Jnlv 10 18-17. H.KINNEY At CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

$rs»w sqiissc* And any Quantity of New Goods! ! THE wnder-i-^ned have formed themselves into a partnership at the old stind <>f H. KINNEY At GO. at Sheshequm un.lcr ihe name qf KINNEY At SA'TTERLEE where they may at all limes be found reiady to wail on their customers with, lhe good things of life as cheap as they can be had in B radford County. Hard cash paid fur Lumber all kinds if produce taken in exchange. Any quantity of Willi r wanted -at the largest price in exchange for goods. HlKLNNEY. O.D. SATERLEE.! ShesheqmnJuly 10 1847. E. SATERLEE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

The Saddle and Imrncss Business TS still continued by ELKANAH SMITH, JT CULP 1 AtC.T. SMITH,-;under the Firm of EHtinah Smith & CO., al the old. stand North aide of lha Public Square, where will be kept. constantly'on hand Deal Plain onld Quiltci Saddles' Plated and Common Harness,"all kinds of Trunks, Voices, and all other work in their line. ^ ' i Carriage Trimming i- Military work done lo order. From their exp* rience and punctuality, they are-iu ho|>es lo receive a sl' are of public patroriage. Work c.in l>e had at their shop as cheap as at any 4>thei shop in the conntr of the same qnaiiiy. May 18, '47

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

'f^HE co-partneiship berelofne existing between the. JL suh-cribers in the mercantile,business, was dissolved on the IOth day of August tnst., by mutoxl consent. Those imlcliti'd lo the firm wi | make immediate>pay ment to E. W. Baird. and Xaoai having demands again the tiim wi!l piesent lhe same to h'm for settlement. -WM. H. BAIHjD, August 3i, 58-17. E. W. BAIRD. I shall wait until the Mond ty after September court, (which wi.l be the 20ib Sept. 1647) for payment of all debts due the aboy'e firm. Debunot-trjetrp ftn'rwttl be sued, without discriminatlr n or favor. Do yofijjinderstand! au30 ' E. W. BAIRD:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

vGeneral Scott iu the City of Mexico! 'And another lame stock of (nvwfe jiirf received at MON TANYES & jfO-s STORE. which Lice been cirefit' .a selitlal for the Fait Trade. THE public are invited to call and examine their stock of Dry Goods. (Irereriea, Hardware arid Crockery, Boots & Shoes, Ha a At Caps, and everything in the line of staples, suited lo the wants of this region nf country, which have been purchased exclusively for Cash, and at the lowest elib. in lhe market. We. hope our old friends will not forgi't to give us a call, aa we can make il an object for the ti to do so. Towanda, August 18,1817. _^ BONNETS, of everv -tylc bought cheap for cash—also, a lot of PARASOLS, will be sold at coat to I close the lot, nt No. 5. BticW H..*v CREED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

DISSOLUTION.' ¦ THE partnership heretofore eristing between the sobscnlwr-, tinder the find of YVTfcor if Sage, is this day dissolved by mutusl coinsont. Tho" accounts aro in the hands of *John W. Wilcox, by whom they will lie sell led. ,.11 persons indebted, are requested In make immediate psy.ment. \ J. \V. WILCOX, August 111','1*4 <, • 1'. bA'-U.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

JXlmtianbitc, &x. ' / Sf'pf^tf (5_@_©S®«' . Just Received at AV>. 2, Brick Row, Oceans of New Fall & Winter Goods, WHICH must and will be sold at. the very lowest notch for Cash nr Ready Pay. Every person who may want GOOD and CHEAP goods, is respectfully invited to call and examine this stock. Don't fail to rail as it costs nothing to look, and we consider ii a favor tb show Ibe goods, and will try to make it an object for those wishing to buy of E. T. FOX ,-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

| SPRING GOODS. HS. At M. C. MERCUR have just received a • good assortment of Ginghams, Lawns, Summer rShawIs, Elowers, Wreaths, Ate. Ac, which will be sold -cheaper than ever. Towanda, May 3, 1817.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

XfJr? Arrival of Goods, by Express! B. KINGSBERY, HA S just teceived from New York, a beautiful assortment of Lawns, Ginghams, Uonnelts, Palm Lea/ Halts, <^c.. Ate, which will l»e sold very cheap.— Also Cap* and Parasols and a vatisty of other goods. Call and sec the recJuClion from last spring's prices, and if you should want any thing in tho way of New Goods, you will be sure to buy,. April "8,1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

First Arrival of Goods'from New] York. - Burton MLingsocry, IS now receiving a general assortment of Spring and Summer' Coods, which will be sold cheaper than goods were ever offered in this place before. His friends will find as they mount the steps at bis door lhat prices go down. Call and examine for yourselves.— My goods and prices will praise themselves. You will find a laigc and general ossortmenl of every variety of Dry' tioods, (Jrocerns, Hardware. Crockery, Glass, Nails, Iron, Steel. Paints, Oils, Dye Sl ufi's, Bools, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Codfish, Mackerel, Ate, Ate My friends and the public gcneially are respectfully , invited to call and examine my stock, as ,1 am satisfied • I can ofier them goods cheaper lhan atony other Store, ¦M»V I Tib. 1(44 7.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

!3»grirnllurfll.v rjlocs, -,rV.s, Barrows.—Shinner's Farmer's library says Uio nalural term of the hog's life is hula knownjbr the reason that every man* hand in raised against him, as if be vrxre-fcrrfis faunoi.e ffeneritl.a.pirate and an outlaw ! . But it is iwlatrdby the Rev. Gilbert White, on thU^ulject, that a neighbor of his kept a half-bred Bantam sow. "who wa* as thirfc aa she was long, and" whose belly, swept the ground, until she wac seventeen, when f!i|- showed some tokens of age. by the. decay of uV>r teeth and the' decline of her fertility, and was thei fattened and killed.-' ' For ten years she produced two litters annually of about ien. and once above twenty at a Utter. At' a moderate computation, she ¦ was allowed to huvr» been the mother of tome ffcrrt hundred pigs! The hog affords a striking example of the effects of emasculation, whk-h, says the sqhic revered and amiabhTaiilhor. brings man, beast and bird, to a rcaernbjancc to the other sex\ Thus, ennucho h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

X«d gork QUSDtriiscmcnls. Premiums Awarded to Levi Brown, By the American Institute for Gold Pcu*. IN 1840—A Silver Medal for Superior Gold Pens. 1841—A Diploma fui Gold Pens, 1812—A Diploma for the best Gold Pens. 1843—A Diploma for the best Gold p«-»»- _ ^ 1841—A Dipluma lor superior Gold Pens. "*- "1845-1-A Silver Medal for the best Gold Pens. 1346—A Silver Medal (»i thirbesUiGoid Pens. Tin. is.lo certify, thai the »bove is aftruc copy from the records of the American Institute j_, HENKY MEIGS, j 6m38 Kec.Sec.of the American luklitute.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

'• Got! made Ibe world for me, for ther, for nil." RESOLVED, by the National Reform Association of Mountain Lake, July 24, 1847, That a card be publishcd-in the Bradford county papers, calling for volunteer contributions to a Tract and Lecture fund, authorizing Henry Ephriam Leach to collect the same. Therefore, all contriliutioor paid over to Mr. Leach. Agent, Messrs. James Wilcox or Charles R, Scouton, Treasurers, will be thankfully received, and dnly applied to the furthering the following measures: 1st. An investigation ol land titles in Pennsylvania, from the first known transfer op to the close of said investigatiin, and the same recorded in the county wherein said lauds are located. 2d, To pass a law, securing to settlers who make, or those "who purchase improvements of settlers, a full compensation therefor, before writs of ejectment can be sur Limed against them. / 3d. To tax all lands owned over 440 acres, by! a vidualsur companies, (say) $1 per acre, per annum, be applied...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

Shaving andjiair Dressing Solomon Cooper., RESPECTFULLY informs hi* old friend.and patrons, that having been obliged to abandon his former stand on the afternoon of the 12th 'ult, he is now permanently located on the west side of the public square, two doors north of Briggs' tavern. Grateful for past favors, be hopes by superior skill and attention to merit an increase of patronage in future. He will always keep on hand a supply of oils, essences, perfumery, and whatevei is accessary to give an agreeable finish to his operations, and wilt spare no pains in his endeavors to adapt bis style to suit the varying tastes of his customers. N ALSO—Shampoouing for restoring and a sore preventative to .keep the; Hair from falling out or turning gray", for a beautiful head of hair iaa~ powerful auxiliar

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

T) RINTS, of every- variety and atyle, foreign and [domestic, now opening al wholesale and retail, at _ain8 4 MONTANYE'S &¦ CO. FRINGES 4 GIMPS, of all k.nds; also. Buttons and other trimmings for ladies' dresses and visetts, by aulS MOXTAXYE & CO. C*LOTUS. CASSIMERES &. VESTINGS of very ¦ ' superior style and finish, and at prices to suit those who wish lo purchase cheap. aulS MONTANYE8 ic CO. SHOES—Ladies'Misses and Children'a, a large va rietv on hand at je9 URTra\ FOR RENT. J 4gMk THE VALUABLE FARM of the-sub-4EUB& "fiber situate about one and three-fourths sBryj ^P miles from the borough of Towanda, ia of-^J^^ fored tor rent for a term of one year or more. It contains about eighty acres of improved land, with the necessary buildings thereon. For further particulars, and for terms, enquire of L' lysses Mercur. Esq. of Towanda. JAMES NESTOB. Towanda,' A uecst 27, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTORY, JOHN VV. WILCOX, having purchased the inte-• f rest of his late partner, respectfully informs the public that he may still be found at the old stand, near T. P. Woodruff's tavern. Where he still solicits a share of public patronage. He intends, by a careful selection of stock, and by attention to the interests of bis customers to make as neat and durable work aa can be manufactured in this paitof th* country. He will keep constant y an hand, and manafsctnrc in onler, Morocco, Calf and Coarse Boots and Shoes ,¦ Ladies' Gaiters, Shoes and Slips,-. Children's do.,-Gent's Gaiters and Pumps, (fc. . . ¦ <XT Country Produce, of moat descriptions, taken in payment for work, at the market price. Towanda, August 30, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

New Tailoring Establishment, C«r,icr of Main and Bridge sts., over H. O'Haras Boot and Shoe Store. 2>a R^stsp sLaa^s REKPECTFVLLY informs the citizens of Towanda. and the public generally, thai he has commenced the Tailoring business, at tho corner of Main anu Bridge sts., in the shop recently occupied by Mark Ci. Arnout, where he solicits those in want ot Tailoring, to sjive him a call. Having been employed in tho most fashionable establishment, in Philadelphia and elsewhere, and being determined lo spare no pains to please, customers may depend upon having their work done promptly and in s goo4 atyle as can be had at any shop in town. AH work warranted well made and to fty. !T 7" Cutting done rhcap, and warranted. Towanda, Augu»t 30, 1877.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 22 September 1847

DISSOLUTION. rP»E psitnership heretofore oiis ing under the 6rm I "'H, 1 «w*-»'««*l"in the Lumber bo«ne„, ha> b«n th., day d.«olved b, ^ulori eoiwmU Per»n, in debtcd to ihe concern wilt *ake, payment, and iho, having claims will present them lo Joel Riuar, one ol the firm, by whom the business in future willbecarried on- ' JOELTUTTER, Reading. Aug. 14, 1R4/. ROGERS FOWLER?

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