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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

MILI'flA NOTICE. H THE enrolled Miitlia within the bounds of the 5th H I It.simeul, 2d Brigade,- 9th Division, P. M., are H ""'"J to men at tlje house of Henry Kiwr, in I.itch-H f" Un Thu'Llay June 2-tlh, duly equipped for drill '"Im-i^tion1 . JOHN F. OVENSHIRE, H Mlwns. Jonc 7, 1847. Lieut. CoL - ". nissbT.u rioN. ^M "nHF. co-p'tinnersliip beietofore existing between ^M I <-'¦ ft. E, H1:EU U this day dissolved by mutual H '"'•'<'<¦ Tliej o.ccoun'ts,-n0tcs, 4.C, duo the 6rm ate H >* *ih Uharlei. Uecd, No. 5, B. R. for collection. CHARLES REED. .T»»aricia. May 24. 1847. EDWARD REED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

H _ nORQUPH TAXES. ^1 hnrt^'5 P*rcrs of the Borough of Towanda arc. ^ | ru ' °ou(eu that they can have an opportunity ol ^H ^'"fHirir taxes for the current year in lalior upon ssmi » S"^U' at an>' Ume ^f1"0 *« first day of July next, H b2PP """ l0 vVilm»x Mix ono of the Streat Comsami u T><"~wl,° will be ready lo. commence work on * f'y the 7 th inst. H JUM 1IS47.' WM- MIX I Street ^M ~^t_ E. 8. GOODRICH. S«'onif'»-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

I n, MILITARY NOTICE. ^H PHE 4'h Volbntecr Battalion of Bradford county BSBal sfs >l" mrrt ^or parade and inspection at the houses smfl C? >rn ('anficM in Bunding Stone, on Tuesday [¦H W i m" • • "¦ ,0 o'clock, A. M. armed and cquip-^BtM ^T ^ R llw d'"*"- An election for Major in place !^H th,n ' ')vi',l°n resigned, will lie held at said house on ^^1 Wim"1 *,'1 ^' Each uoinpany belonging lo said Bati\aB »jv "'" 3nV v,,:anry of company officers that s|H liii"" jl t,y *" '•'•^tipn on Monday June 14th, at such |9H sJit,1'] l'ldcc as t'lc f<>"ncr Captain, or in his absence, i^H 4j r(_ 'leuu miy designate; and said officers are bere-JH ^rn"*0"! to ca" sacl1 election as may bo riocessary a Vl U»,ftr *5 JuuE« of the elcc^iion arjd make duo returtls ssal Vu n C. F. WELLES, J r, Lieut. CoL, '§ ¦ •^">. P.. June. I, 1817.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

J UST received 12 Cheats Freeh Teaa, aeiling from 37J to 75 cents per lb., warranted good or no sale at FOX'S. NO. 2. B, R. COME one and all and see tbe best and cheapest 8u-. gar, Coffee and Molasses in town at ' FOX'S, NO. 2. B. R. BOOTS AND SHOES. A first rate lot of Gents kip, seal and coarse boots, fine medium and coarse shoes; also Lady's fine kid B. B. Ties, Buskinsi Gaiters'and half Gaiters, and an endless variety of cbijld's shoos at NO.2 B. R. A first rate assortment of Crockery and Glaaawaie at NO. 2,JL IL_ TV\ DOZEN of tho«7cbWp Parasols left, which are 1 U selling at reduced prices at NO. 2, B. K. LEGHORN and Ijiwn Bonnets; also Leghorn, Pearl braid and Palmlcaf hats at NO. 2, B. R, THE Ladies do-say that the largest and prettiest assortment of Dress Goods, Ribbons, Parasols, Gloves Hosiery, dec in town. Is to be found at FOX'S. Call and see them, as they are selling from 10 to 25 per cent, cheaper than at any other Store in town at NO. 2, B. R. iS/W t PIECES Calicoes, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

SAVINGS BANK. NEW OFFICERS ELECTED. AT an annual meeting of the directors of ihe " Towanda Savings Bank," C. & E. REED were elected in placs of G. E. Flynt cV Co>, whose term expired? May 1st, 1847. It is the intention of the new Cashiers &. Co., to sustain the credit of tbe institution by " putting goods low down " lo pay up customers.— We therefore, incite our old customers and the public generally to rail, and examine our aock of New and Cheap Goods, just received, and convince themselves of the truth of the old adage, that " Goods have, can, and shall be sold cheapei at the Savings Bank than at any other establishment in Towanda. No. 5. B. R. May'lH, 1847. C. &. E. REED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

First Arrival o( Goods from New York-Burton Miingabery, IS now receiving a general assortment of Spring' and Summer Goods, which will lie sold cheaper than goods. were- ever offered in this place before. His friends will find as they mount tbe steps at his door that prices co down. Call and examine for yourselves.— My goods and prices will praise themselves. You will find a laige and general assortment of every variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Glass, Nails, Iron, Steel. Paints, Oir«, Dye Sluffs, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Codfish, Mackerel, dec., ttc My Irjends and the public generally are respectfully invited to call and examine my stock, aa 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 — 9 June 1847

DISSOLUTION OE CO-PARTNERSHIP. rftHE Co-Partnership heretofore existing under tbe X name and firm of Welles Sc Satrerlec, and Sditerlee, Welles & Harris, al Athens, Pa., was this day dissolved by mutual con-ent. Tho books and accounts of both firms will lie found at the old stand, where one of the parties will always be ready lo settle with those having oi>en accounts. ,- d. D. SATTERLEE, /C. F. WELLES, JR, • N. C. HARRIS. Athens, Pa., May 10,1847,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

« ALL persons knowing themselves indebted by Book account. Notes or Judgments, lo tbe above firms, will do well to call and pay tlie same immediately or cost will be made after sixty days, without respect lo persons. 8ATTERLEF, WELLES £ HARRI*^. Athens, Pa., May in, 1847. i?. -r- ~ **"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

BRIGADE ORDERS. rpilB enrolled militia and volunteers within the -L hounds of the 2d Brigade 9th Div. P. M.will meet for military discipline, inspection and review as follows : In companies on Mtfnday the 7th day of June next, at such places as majr. be directed by the commanding officers thereof—and in regimenu and battalions as follows : Tho 3d regiment, commanded by Col. A. K. Bosard, IsfBat. on Monday Jane 14, 1847, 2d Bat. same Reg. on Tuesday June I5lh. TheiawilJ be an election held in tbe 2d Bat. on said day for Major, in place of A. Clere, removed from the State. 4th Reg. commanded by Col. N. A! Elliott, 1st BaL on Wednesday June ICtb; 2d Bat. same Reg. on Thursday June 17tb. The 1st Vol. Bat. of Tioga county, commanded by Lieut. Col. Joseph Yflukin, on Thursday June 17th. The 2d Reg. commanded by Lieut. Col. H. H. Secly, an Friday_Junc 18th—an election will be held on said dav for one Col. of said! Keg.,and Major for Ihe 1st BaLof .said Reg. The 3d Vol. Bet- of Bradford cou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

THE GR-EFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS and the 6'rren Mountain Vegetable Omtment.for sale by the subscriber, only .agent for the town and borough of Towaoda. _jl22 N. N. BETTS. L " ADIES ! I SAY, LADIES ! ! If you have made up your minds to buy a nice drees, cloak or shawl this season, don't /nil to call at No. 3, Brick Row, where yon Can find the most, best and cheapest articles in that fine, that is kept in towii, besides all kinoyof trimmings Rcmbmlwr, call at nvll BAIRD8. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

8ktt\jtjd$frht. wsmw wssts&k Thomas Elliot & ~ N. C. Toakiis, HAVING sasnerslsw •hemselvea taaptfasr in taw Mercantile btjaineas , hope by eloas afajdieatmsi aad strict attention to business, to asarit a share ffasjb lie patronage. They^may always be tband ready to attend to any person who wiahes aecoaaodationa in tkeir liae. Tbey will occupy law old ataad of EUioU tt Mereur, aad as it has just been enlarged and made aame spaci ous and coaveniant, customers will find it very rwa> sent to do business in. ELLIOTT at TOMKINS. May 27, 1847. '. ~ NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS!! JUST received and for sale a spltndid aaaortawnt of Spring and Summer Goods, which will be sold as cheap for Cash as can be found ia Northern PenoV—sCustomsra will find il to their advantBge to call and axamine their stock before purcbaaing ebewbera. May «7. BLCTOTT sk TOMKINS. ANT quantity of Ginghams just received and far sale by ELLIOTT * TOMKINS. LAWNS of all varietieat also Gingham Lawns eery l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

"¦" OOKING Glaases of every Variety by E. ot T. JTt LASS bs cheap as the cheapest by E. ex T. "VJAILS, a Urge stock by E. oxT. IRON of all kinds, English snd Swedesjtogether with rolled and hammered Iron by j E.«t T. LD LableNatl Kods.aTeTy large quantity as cheap aa lhecbeapest,ck a variety of small iron by E. At T. A SPLEN DID assortment Parasols of all siaea. and of every vaiiely of Umbrellas try B« dr. T. BONNETS, a good variety Leghorn, Straw. Lawn and Coburg, cheap as the cheapest by E. dt T. EGHORN Hata ^ of all sizes and deecriptions, together with a good lot of p'almleaf by E. At T. ¦ A GOOD assortmentof Cllicoes. In fact, we base aa good an assortment of all kinds of Dram Goods as you can find in any store in tbe country ^ Also, a good assortment of Cloths, Casaimeres, us) Summer Cr of all kinds and descriptions as cheap for cash aa cheapest by E. & T. OHEETINGSand ShirtingsTtotV Weached and un-O bleached cheap as Ihe cheapest by E.*T. ^SJILT! SALT!! OAA BARRELS Sa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

Mew bpnng aad Summer Uoods. N: N. BETTS, 18 now opening a new and splendid assortment of staple and fancy goods at bis store, (situate on Main street two doors below Bridge street (west ride) nearly opposite Monunye's Ar Co.) embracing all.articles generally kept in the country, such aa Dry Goods. Groceries, Crockery and Glassware, Hardware. Nails, Iron, all the varieties of Steel, Glass, Paints Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil §-c. which he offers Is purchasers at unusnsl low prices for Cash, Produce, or spproved credit. And would respectfully invite all who wish to purchase to call and examine bis goods and prices before purchasing elsewbero, as he is confident he can offer good.bargains. June 1, 1847. ¦.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

THE Ladies will find a beautiful assortment of Prints, M. De Laines, Ginghams, Lawns, ektv, at SETTS'. A great variety of shawls scarfs, parasols Ladiea and Misses Bonnets very cheapest BETTS'. A large assortment of black and beaver cloths, black and fancy Casaimeres, and all aorta of Summer stuffs low for cash at BETTS'. A nice variety of window and wall paper cheap at .-' BETTS*. .____- _- - J) i HARRIS At BLOODS' Grass scythes and scythe ' snaths -.also Harris' cradle scythe, at BEITS'. LADIES, Misses and children's shoes, a targe variety on band at " _ ¦ BETT8\

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

NEW AND CHEAP GOODS. O. J». BartUtt, HA S tbe pleasure to inform his friends and customers and the public in general, that he ia just receiving a large and carefully selected stock. of seasonable Goods, which, as heretofore, he is prepared to sell lower than any BRAGGART. * Towanda. June 2,1847. . . PAPER HANGINGS. THE largest and most beautiful assortment of Paper Hangings ever brought into this place, just received and for sale cheap at O. D. BARTLETrS. " Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Hats anil Caps, Hardware, Bonnets, Crockery, Books and Stationery, Iron ami Steel, Paper of all kinds. Paints and Oil*, (\lassand Putty. NEARLY every variety »f each of the above kinds of Goods on band al tbe lowest rate at , O. D. BARTLETTS. _ * COIL CHAIN. BEST tested coil chain for Boll wheela to raw mills and other similar uaes just received and for sale cheap by O. D. BARTLETT. "^ BONNETS.' A splendid assortment of Leghorn and straw Bonnets, latest style just received, and for sale very...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ALL persons indebted lo tbe estate of J. B. MerriU, late of Granville township, dee'd., are requested to make payment without delay, and those having claims against said estate, will please present them duly attested to tbe subscriber. JAMES MERRITT. ROM WELL DUNBAR. Troy, May 29, 1847. Administratora,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

OUMMER SHAWLS a beautiful asaoftmeat ef ay* * ui-nJ ^h-sBAmCyBAN'irl ARASOLS of every variety and pattern. Also, Umbrellas, ere now selling • «'™<gj »»"J«««* Towanda, May 24, 1847. SAVINGS BANK. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.! A FFW dunned pounds BUCKWHEAT FLOUR in 50 lb. sacks, a superior article, just reeved and for sale by Feb. 22. O. D. BA RTLETT.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

. HAMES AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS. JU ST received s large quantity of Tina sad Common Hames. Also, Plated ami JapanM Henraaajttuamings at Feb. 22. MBEUUB'B. 1 i1afaYD8- Beauttnit Carpeting, two shillings per IWU yard bslow tlieamrketwiee at . B. KINaSBERVS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

A superior lot of Lawns, Summer Gingbsms, and Monterey plaids, a new ankle for dresses. Also, prints of all patterns, which are aeHing extremely low £ th, ^ SAVINGS BANK. - jj^^pg ~ r~ A large and extensive sssoitment of Bonnets, eoosisuirg of Leghorn, Albert Braids, China pearl. Straw gimp, English Suaw.&c together with ribbons, artificmla. wreatha, eke. to match, erenow selbng at reJ«*J pri«. st (be SATmua BAJTK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 9 June 1847

ntoawlstfsant. TBE co-partnrrabjip heretofore existing between MONTANYE irk FOX, baa been Ibia day dissolved by mutual consent. A. D. MONTANYE, March 30, 1847. i! E. T. FOX. Tbe accounts of lbs late firm of Montanye ft Fox have beerMrauafuied to and and will be settled by E.T. FOX, who has purchased the interest of Montanye in tbe goods on hand. He will continue business sit the store late of tbe firm, and will bs ready to wait upon all who may call. Towanda. March 30, 1847. E ^ T. FOX. _ mm.mnmm*M-mrjWk.w^.» Cot E. REED have removed their Store from No. • 2. Brick Row, to No. 5. Brick Row, formerly occupied by G. E. Flynt dt Cvx, where tbey will be happy to see their old customers and sell them goods cheaper than ever. Towanda, May IS, 1847.

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