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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

GROCERY'S, in the country, can be supplied with .11 articles in their line, on the most reasonable terms, at jel6 ^J^-J^jil^--tllCTORUL BROTHER JONATHAN, for the IT Four.r^of_ Ju!y, at___NoJ_L^E»L50 j!V ^_ PATENT MEDICINES-, every kind now in use, can be found at the Drui? Depot; Agent for Jayne a SmithV Clickener's. Moffat's, Pain killer, and various other medicine A full and general supply always on hand telC -No. 1, BRIGKfROW.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

"I Q BALES BROWN SHEETINGS, drillings, X i£j shirtings, wicking, wadding, batting, cotton yarn and carpet warp, cheap as the cheapest, at No. S, B. R-, at seplS FOX'S. GINGHAMS! GINGHAMS!—30 pieces new.and most splendid styles, decidedly the prettiest ever in market. Also, Oregon Plaids, Silk Plaids, and all the new styles dress goods all at No. 3, Brick Row. OK PS. BLK St. STRIPED ALPACCAS,.at the &XJ very lowest possible prices at FOX'S. HARDWARE, a good assortment, including Iron, Steel, Nails, Ac al No. 2, B.R. . FOX'S. AINT&T' OILS dr. DYE-STUFFS, also Matches by the gross, at No. 2, B. R ^ FOX'S. SEALED HALF BUSHELS, on band and for sale at sep 15 FOX'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

PUBLIC NOTICE. SEVEN TIMES within thirteen months, my wife Rebecca Corbin. formejly Rebecca Daggett, has left my bed and board, I forbid all percons harboring or tiusting heron mv account, after this date. ' September 8, IS47. . CHARLES CORBIN. Cooking and Parlor Stoves. JUST receivedat MONTANYES fy GO'S, a large lot—Also, PIPE, and a few second-hand stove., ell of which will be aold cheap fo. pay. Sept. 7, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

Bradford Coutity Cavalry. YOU arc commanded t> appear properly armed and equipped, as the law directs, for military parade and drill, on Saturday, life 2d day of October next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., at Woodruff's Hotel, in Towanda. I Sept. 8. : WM. TROUT, Captain.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

<e;LiDariffiW/s ©iLD^sas-irs}. N'lW Arrival in Towanda, of & Splrndid Lot of Ready-made Clothing, TI'HICH I will sell 30 per cent, cheaper than can \ » be got at any other place, which is »n extraordinary incident. To all cash buyers, I would say, come and see for yourselves. I can be found at all times; three doors north of Bridge-st My assortment consists of Cloaks and Coats, and Veils of all kinds: Pants, of Fancy Cussimere, Plain Black do.; Dress Coats. Orercnats. Sack Coats, fyc. A lso, a lot of Broad cloths. Blaek\French cloth.fancy Ciuviniere. fancy Vesting, black satin testing, 4/c, ^rc, all of which I will sell very chesp. 'Xj' Customer's woik. still done, and Cutting and Trimming done cheap at .L. BACHELER'S Towanda, Aug. 25, 1847. Clothing Store.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

SAVINGS BANK. NEir OFFICERS ELECTED. AT an annual meeting of the directora of the " Towanda Savings Bank." C. & E. REED were elected in plars of G. E. Flynt Si Co., whose term cxpiTvd May '.st, 1847. It is the intention of (he new Cashiers & Co., to sustain the credit ofthe inatitution by " putting goods low down'" to pay up customers.— Wc therefore invite our old customers and the public cenerally to call and examine our stock of Now and Cheap Goods, just received, and convince themselves of the truth of the old adage, lhat " Goods have, can, and shall be *i>ld cheapei at the Savings Batik than at, any other establishment in Towanda. No. S. B. R. May IR, 1847. ('. & E. REED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

iP-Xsja tf-i^ia'aSiu FOR SALE, a TIMBER LOT, situated in the tp. of Burlington, in this county, containing about 157 acres, on which is a good mill site. Krr further particulars enquire of J. II. HA YNES, at Hawley's srpre, Fraukli.i. July 7, 1847. 2m4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

r J9L. m m7" rmr m. w cs-.a utaaii^ cd> ^2,^3.3^ P) E.SPEOTFL'LI.Y informs ihe citizens of Towan-V. da. and the public generally that he is prepared lo execute in the neatest style all descriptions of House, Sign, Coach or Carriage Painting, or Trimming ; and every variety of Fancy and Ornamental Painting. Trom his long experience and the many s|iecimens of his productions now in use, he* entertains a flittering hope that by close application to his profession, and bring prompt to order he may secure a suitable share of public patronage. He may be found at all times at the Chair Factory-of Tomkins dr. Makinsnu, nheie he will be on hand lo atlcnil to ihe rail-of those who may waut his srrv ces. I'APER-H ANGLNG done on short notice, in a superior' mirrner and reasonable terms. Towanda. Julv 6. 1847. Iv4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

Proceed, Gentlemen I CHAMBERLIN'S SODA FOUNT is in a perfect rage, about these days, just up there at ,No. 1, Brick Rrow, where you can find Aristocratic Cigars. Gentleman's Fancy touches, and every thing in our lineal the Drue Depot, uncommonly cheap, wholesale and retail. ! July 7 1847. A.S.CHAMBERLIN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

TITHEREAS, mv wife. LAVINA DUNN, has left v V niy bed and board, without any just cause or provocation, ibis is hereby, to caution any person from harboring or trusting- her on my account, as I will pay no debts or demands i.f her contracting. Rome, Aug.2, 1847. PATRICK DUNN. STRAYED OR STOLEN, FROM the enclosure of the -ubsriibrr on the night ofthe 29th of July, ult., TWO BAY HORSES 4 years old, with black manes and tails. One without shoes, hish-lile and a good traveler, hut not broke lo ride. The one with shoes, has the off hind foot white. Wells. Aug. 2, 1847. MARTIN FRIES. Tlit.s IJ Try for Bargains. PAR*.POLS, SUN SHADES AND SUMMER STUFFS, selling at cost, at FOX'S. AT THE SWINGS BANK-may be faund the cheapest GROCERIES in town. A few articles of which we will enumerate, viz: — A suponor article of black or pouehong tea ; green teas of ail prices and qimniilics ; old Javs. Rio and La^uira cotfi-e, crushed, powdered and muscovada sugar; molasses sp'erm and mould candles, lamp a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

DISSOLUTION. '' j] THE partnership heretofore existing between thesnt j' scrihera, under the firm of Wilcox Jt Sage, is tht-f"; day dissolved by mutual consent. The accounts atdj in the hands of John W. Wilcox, by whom they wiij.' he settled, nil persons indebted, are requested to make* immediate payment. • J. \V. WILCOX, , August 19. 1847. P. SAGE. OILS, PERFUMERIES, ¦ spt-ndid article of Hal Brashes, Thermometers, and Fancy Articles, foi sale at ielfi No. 1. BRICK ROW. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

First Arrival of Goods from, New Y«jrt Barton Klngsberyi 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 '.'no steps at his door that prices go down. Call and examine for yourselves. — My goods and prices will praise themselves, Youijwill find a laffe and general assortment of every -anew of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware. Crockery, Glass. Nails, Iron, Steel. Paints. Oils, Dye Bluffs, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Codfish; Mackerel, dec dtc My friends and the public genetally aro respectfully invited to call and examine my stock,»s I am satisfied I can offer them goods cheaper than at any other Store. May 17th. 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

1i,@Wi-.SSISX£ m&SB SE.MKS,. THE Subscriber offers his new stock of *H ATS AND CAPS at the first building south of the Brick Row. where the hat manufactory of Mr. Thomas was forrrjerly kept. Those who wish lo purchase for Cash, will be accommodated at very reduced prices.— For Hals from one to four dollars; Silk Hats from one to tbrcij, dollars; Wool hats from thirty-seven and a halt cents-to one dollar; Caps from eighteen cents lo One ^o*ta**5.according to quality. HENRY MERCUR. "~ =^f¥!y fWjf'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

ORPHANS' COURT SALE.—In pursuance of an order of the Orphans' court of Bradfo'd county, there will be exposed lo public sale.on the premises, at 1 o'clock in Ihe afternoon ofthe 4th day of November. next, a tract of land situate in Ridgberry tp., adjoining lands of Morris Stephens on the south, and by lands ol Dan A. Gillet on the east, north and west. Containing three acres, or thereabouts, all improved, with a small framed house, and a saw-mill thereon erected. E. BECKWTTH, Ad. de bonis non ofthe esUte of Albert A*- Beckwith, deceased: Ridgbcrrv, September 81, "817.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

ORPHANS COURT SALE. TV pursuance of an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford county, held at Towarda on the tenth day of May 1847, will be .exposed tb sale by public vendue or outcry, on the prrmisca, on Tuesday the S4th day of August next, at 1 o'clock P. M , the following described.lot of land situate in ihe township of Troy, and bounded as follows : North by land of Ward, east by lands of James Dewitt. south by land of Wm. Morrison, and west by the highway leading from Granville to Troy. Cont'iitiing one hundred acres or thereabouts, being land of which Wm. Knox, deceased, late of Trov township, died seized. 'Terms mstle known on the day" of sale. CHARLES UR'AKE,' A. MORRISON, . July 26. 1816. Ad's of Wm. Knox, dee'd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. A J.L persons indebted to the estate of Clement Leo--LTl vard, lalo of Springfield twp., dee'd., are hereby requested lo make payment without delay, and those having claims against said estale, will please present them duly attested to the subscriber. 'OHPIIA LEONARD, Administratrix. Springfield, September 14, 1817.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

SPECIAL COURTS "V~OTICE is hereby given that a" speciat court of -L\ common Pleas will be held at Towanda on Monday the 25ih day of Oct. next, tit 2 o'clock, P. M.. by the Hon. William Jessnp, for the trial ofthe several causes which have been certified to him ; an list of which may be seen at ue Prothonotary's ofBre. August 24th, fs47. A. McKEAN. Prot.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

ORPHAN'S COURT SALE. IN pursuance of an order bf tbe Orphan's Court oi Bradford county, held at Towanda, iu and for said -ounty, on the 10th day of Sept., A. fr. 1347. will br exposed to sale by public v-nthiaor uutrry ^ on the premises, on Saturday, the 33d day-of Octobe'r next, ai 'i o'clock, P. M., the following desbribed lot of ground with its appurtenances, siluute in the toiough of i<nd Towanda, and bounded west by,.Second street, on which it fronts; north by the upper part of Wm. Wstkins' lot; south by C.L. Ward's lot, on which-his new ham is erected ; and east by tbe west end of said Walkins' lot that fronts Main st., by him lately purchased, and formerly in the occupancy of Wm, B. Storm, as the Bank's property. 'The aforesaid described Inl for sale being 73$ fret wide on 2d St., and 147 deep along ihe south and north lines of Wolklns' ami Ward's respective lots, will he sold as the'property ofthe late Francis Dclpeuch, dee'd. Terms made known on the day of sale. MARK...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

r The F»rmer. i- ( Slgtitttltttntl. »T WM. HAJBES T.TTLI. From golden morn to dewy eve. When the sky gleams bright and red, Willi many a strong and Sturdy stroke, lnbor for roy" bread. N> sickly fits or ills I dread, My.chest is deep and bn>ad. And though I work the livelong day, f rise and thank^my God. No lily hue is on my brow, No nil?? on my bird hand, I wield the axe, I drive the plough. Or tvlirn war shrouds 'he land, I veizff my Father's well-tried blade, And that for freedom's,sod Jt- is my glorious right to bleed, I rise and thank my God. And -vriien my daily task is o'er, A'nd the sun is pinking low * As faint with work and Inmost toil, - To my humble roof I go : I sec the perfumed city beau With his ebony ia I king rod. And lhat I'm nut a thin? Iikc(hiw, I rise and thank my Gcd. The widow s prayer upon my ear Unheeded, never till—I ne'er beheld.the orphan's tear. But rriy otrn Tican's fount would swell. I never heaven for grdd wot'ild self*; JSoc {or wealih ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 13 October 1847

Signs of a Prosperous Fanner 1.. When afamer..as seen marrying^yonng, it shows that Providence helps themselves, and that in future he will hare "helps" of more kind than one. 2. When lights are seen burning in bis house before break of day, in winter especially, it shows that the Jay will never break on the '-breaking'' in the winter of. adversity. 3. When you see bis bam larger than his house, it shows lhat he will have large pro/its and small aiSictions. |f: ¦4. When you see him driving his work instead oi his work driving him, it shows that he will never be driven from good resolutions, and that he will certainly work his way-'to prosperty. $. W,hen you. see in his house more lamps for burning lard or grease, than caudle stick.* for more expensive purpo.-es. it shows that economy is lighting his way ,to happinens and plenty with that light which should " enlighten every farmer in the world.'' 6. Wlien vou always see in his woodhonse a sullicicncy for three days, if not more, it"...

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