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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. PURSUAN P to an order of tbe Orphan's Court of Biadford iounty, will be exposed to public sale at the house upon ube premises in Shesbequin township, Uradford county, Pa., on Saturday the 4th day of September, 1847, at one o'clock P. M-, all of the certain pieces, lota or parcels of land lying and being in said township, known as tbe Ricnard Horton farm, to be sold as the property of Patrick Cummings, dee'd., bounded as follows : Beginning at a corner, thence by lots No. 94 and 101, south thirty degrees and 15.minutes, 82 perches to a corner1 , thence by parts of lots No. 101, I0X and 103, south 59 degrees west, 184 perche* to a corner, thence along theSheshequiq road, north 64£ degrees west, 22 perches, north 03 degrees west, 78 perches to a corner, and'thence by pins of lots No. 91 and 92, north 59 degrees east, 236 perches to the beginning, being part of lota Ho. 92,93 and 101 in the old township of Clavcrack, one of the seventeen townships, &c. j \ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

OKIMIAN'S COURT SALE. IV pursuance of on order of the Orphan's. Court of Bradfurd county, held atTonacda on the fourteenth day of May 1847, will be exposed to salekby public vendue or outcry, on the prctnisca, on Thursday tbe 24lh day of June next, at 1 o'clock P. M>, the following described lot of land bilu,atein the township ol'Rome and bounded a-t follows :; Commencing al a corner on the public road leadingfrbm Rome Milage lo Johnson's in Home.township, and running north one-degree east, two rodx^, thence south eighty-nine degrees cast, ten and onejfourth rod* lo a corner, thence south one degree, west two rods, thence north eighty nine degrees we.-t,, ten ,md dnc-fuurlh 'cods to the place of beginning, containing twenty-one gouaro rods wilh a framed house thereon erected,' eing s lot of land nought of Stephen Cr.mmer, dee'd. in April 1842, by the said J. B. Taylor, in hia life litre, and of which the said J. B. Taylor, died possessed- Terms, made known on the day of .ale....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

Stray florae. A small Iron Gray HORtSE, three years old pest, with black mane and uil, s small white star in his forehead, and one hind foot, partly white; and also, s small wart on the right side of his neck, snd no shoes or) hia feet, escaped from the pasture of the subscriber hi Folks township, Lycoming county. Pa., on Wednesday the 19;h in it. . Said burse was raised in Troy, Bradford county, and it is supposed took ibsldirection. Anry person having a knowledge of his whereabouts, will co iR*r a favor upon the owner, and shall be liberally rewarded by giving information of the same ; and if they will deliver him al Smith's Uvern in Mouroeton, all reasonable expenses will be paid. M,*y 2-1. 1817. HENRY WANCK

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

The Saddle and Harness' Business IS Will continued hy ELKANAH SMITH, J. CULP ^ (J. T. SMITH, under the Firm of Elkanah Smith &. CO, at tbe old aland North side of tha Public Square, where will be' kept constantly on hand Best Plain and Quillet' Saddles, Plated and Common Harticu, all kinds of Trunks, Valicea, and all other worjt in their line. Carriage Trimming 4" Military work done to order. From their experience and punctuality, they are in hopes to receive a share of public patronage Work can be bad at their shop as cheap ss at any other ahoii in the county of the same quality. May 18, '47

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

New Spring and Summer Goods, M the Laree Brick Store, , Corner of Alain and Bridge Street*. J i KING8UERY, JR. has received aqd .ia still • irccening a very large and desirable assortment of Dry^Gouds flrnrrrirs. Hardware, Crorkcry \Boots and ' Shoes, Fith\ Ka:h,f!hiss, Sash, 1 Putty <yr. <yc, /' which will be sold at such prices, for Cash, that purcHaserK will be entirely gatUfii-d. Towanda. May 20, 1847. » .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

LE GHORN, Pslin leaf and'Straw Hals and Bonnets Also, a large variety of Caps, including some splendid Palo Alto and liesacs de Is falma—latest styles, ju»t received by J. KINUSBERY, JH. LAWNS, Ginghams and PrnU. Also,'Shawla, ltibbor.s, 4c. Call and examine. Mav 20. J ^ fthNGSBERY. Jit. " newgIds JUST opening al No. 2 Brick Row that can't be beat in this town. E. T. FOX. May 24th, SH 7. / ^ ' • DISSOLUTION. THE co-paiinership heietofore existing between C. & E. KKED is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The accounts, notes, &c, due the firm are left wi'b Charles Kecd, No. 5, U. R. for collection. CHARLES REED. Towanda, May 24. 1847. EDWARD REED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

FE SH arrival of Spring and Summer Goods at the SAVINGS BANK. 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 ,t the 8AVIING3 BA*IK. """"bonnets. ' • A large and extensive assortment of .Bonnets, consisting of Leghorn, Albert Braids, China pearl. Straw gimp, English Straw, dec-, together with ribbons, artificials, wreaths, dec to match, are now selling at red need prices at tile 8AVIKG8 BANK. UMMER SHAWLS, a beautiful assortment of Berace, De Lain! and Broch* Shawls may be found ,, the SAVINGS BANK. P ~ AKASOLS of every variety and pattern. .Also, Umbrella*, are now selling eitrerocly low at Ihe Towanda, May 34, 1847. SAVINGS BANK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

Riginienlal Orders. THE enrolled. Militia within the bounds of tbe lat regiment 2d Brig. 9th Div. P. M,will meet duly armed sod equipped for drill snd inspection on Maoday the 2t*t June j next, st tO.^clock A. M-, at the bouse of Stephen ©infield in StaWing Stoo*. Tbe company pandas ahould b* hold on Monday June 7th st *uch ptaoi* within their Sevsral bsonda, ss the commanding officer* msy direct. ^"V*"^** to military duty in tb* 1*1 regiment,; sre laspsctloily referred to 20th Section of tb* - act to rsdoe* lb* *xpensesof the MfliUa dec" •pproved S5th April 1844. ^ATeleciion for Lieut. Col. of lbs Beg. will bs h*ld at 8. C*nne(dVoo thsdsy of treining, Stet Jobs-P. C. WAstD. Greenwood, M*y 81, 1847. CoL 1st Reg.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

jW|A|t ^ I SAVINGS BASK. NErV.OFFtCERUELECTED. - AT an anno*! meeting of tu* directors uflbs^To-' wsnda. Savings Bank," C. &IL,KEED>as elected in placs of 6. E. Flynt & Co., whoss^srss expired May lat, 1847. It is tbe intention of the *sarw Cashier* & Go^ to sustain ihe-endil ofths rnstitsl'intl by " putting goods* low down " to pay un>astuas*ra. We therefore invite oar old cusfewwre Snd lb* ptobfic generally fticall and examine our stock ofNew*nd Cheap Goods, just received, *nd convinc* ihamsslve of th* troth of the oh) adage, that ** Goods have, can, and shall be sold cbeapei st the Savings Bank than at any o^ber vatablisbnsrnt io Towanda. No/ 6. B. K. ^ Mav I8J-W47. C. * E. BEElt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

First Arrival of Goods from New York. JBstrtost JUisay-gfter*/, T8 now reeeiviog a general assortment of Spring and Ji Summer Goods, which will be sold cheaper than goods were ever offered in this pises' before. Hi* friends will find aa they mount the step* al hi* door that price* go down.; Call and examine for yourselves. — My good* and prices will praise themselves: you will nod s huge snd general assortment of every variety of Dry Goods, Grocerica, Hardware, Crockery, Glass, Mails, Iron, Steel.Paints, Oils, Dye Slobs, Boots, Shoes, lists, Csps, Codfish, MaekereL dcc~, dec .. My Iriend* and tbe public geneially *r* respectfully invited to call snd examine my stock, ss I am satisfied I can pffer them goods cheaper than at any other Store. Msy 17th, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

NEW FIRM AT ATHENS. THE undersigned have formed a partnership for doing s General Me rcantile Business st Athens, Pa, under tbe name of Welles de Harris, and may be found al the old slantl of Matierlee, Welles de Harris, where they will soon be receiving a fresh stock of GOODS from New York, which they will be happy to sell al fair prices to all who ma; call upon them. C. F. WELLES, Jr. N. C. HARRIS. -Athena, Pa.. May 10, 1S47.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. THE Co-Partnenhip heretofore existing under the name and firm at Welles de Satrerlee, snd Salterlee. Welles de Harris, at Athens, Ps, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. Tbf book* and sc coonu of both firms will he found sl"lhe old stand where one of ibe ' parties will always be ready to settle with those having open accounts. O. D. 8ATTERLEE, C. F. WELuE8,JB, .N. C. HARRIS. Athens, Pa., May 10,1811, ALL persons knowing themselves indebted by Book account. Notes or Judgments, to the above firms, will do well lo call arid pay the same immediately or cost will be made sfler sixty days, without respect, to persons. 8ATTERLEP. WELLES de HARRIS. Athens. Pa., May In, IS47.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

BRIGADE ORDERS. THE enrolled militia and volunteers within the bounds of the 2d Brigade 9 th Div. P.M. will meet for military discipline, inspection and review as follow* : In companies on Monday the 7th day of June next, at such places as may be directed by the commanding officers; thereof—and in regiment! and battalions aa follows : The 3d regiment, commanded by Cot. A. K. Bosard, 1st Bat. on Monday June 14, 1847,3d, Bat. same Reg', on Tuesday June 15th. There will be an election held in the 2d Bat. on said day for Major, in place of A. Clere. removed from the State. 4lh Reg. commanded by Cot. N. A.' Elliott, 1st BaL op Wednesday-June I6tb ; 2d Bat. same Reg. on Thursday June 17th. Tbe 1st Vol. Bat of Tioga county. eon> manded by Lieut Col. Joseph Voukin, on Thursday June 17th. The 2d Reg. commanded by Lieut, Col. H. H. Seely, an Friday June 18th—an election will be held on said dsy for one Col. of said Reg., snd Major for tbe 1st Bat of aaid Keg. Tbe 3d Vol. Bat. of Bradfo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

E. lIURIaBURT A W TC © ffi XT IS TT A W Esi^W. TENDERS bis services to bis friends and the public generally in all business of his profession. Office in bis dwelling near tbe corner of River and Bute Streets. Towanda, May 18, 1847. ~ PRINTING PAPEftr A few Bundles of superior print paper, manufactured by A. Bradley de Sons, Dansville, N. Y., for sale very cheap by MONT AN YES' de CO. May 18, 1847. , . DISSOLUTION. I pHE FIRM of E. Smith de Son is thia day dissolved X hy mutual consent . All accounts, dee., due the firm must be immediatelyIpaid. E. SMITH. Towanda, M»y 12. 1847. .C.T.SMITH.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

SBtoA pmyc , &t- ^ SPRH*i;6J[IOOS. H &4eM.C MERC0R h*v* joat received a • •^assortment of Gsngbam* .Lawos,Sammsr Shawls, Blowers, Wreaths, sice Ae, whiefc willb* sold cheaper than ever. Towanda. May 8, 1847. j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

* New Arri?aJ of GmhIs, by Express! D. KINGSBERY. HAS joat reesivsd from Now Tort, a besotiful assortment of Lawns, GiligBS Mns, Bonrjetta, Palm Leaf Halts, wc dee, which will bs sold very cheap.— Ala* Csp**n dVP*rasol* stsd * variety *f otbsr gawd*. Can snd seethe redaction frosS last spring's prices, and if yon should want any thoig in tb* way of Mew Goody, yoo will he *ors, to boy j April 28.1847. Fife, lot of New Goods io Towanda. MONTANYES* dc CO. *re receiving a Urge and general assortment of Spring sod Summer Good* which will be disposed of st wholesale or retail at reduced prices. . April 20, 1|47.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

COME TO THE RESCUE! THE subscribers baying met with severs losses -by the Isle fire io Towanda, a* well aa other losses, earnestly request that those who know themselves indebted will make every effort possible to put us in funds that we may bs sble to meet our honest engagements and continue our business. MONTANYE'S de CO., MONTANYE'S de CO. have removed their business -situation a lew doors below Bridge street where they intend lo eccomraodats their customers on their" ususi Dberal trims. We have now on hand a fair suppfy of Goods adapted to the spnng trade, which will bediapos-/ed of at greatly reduced prices, compared with the great 'advance of Goods in Ihe city. March 22, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

- , Dlssotutioau THE co>psrtnvrsbip heretofore existing between .MONT.VNVE dc FOX, has been this dsy dissolved by mutual consent. A, D. MONTANYE, March 30, 1847. Ej. T. FOX. Tbe accounts of the late firm of Montanye dc Fox ' have been transferred lo snd and will bs settled by E.T. ! FOX, who hss purchssed the interest of Montanye in ' the goods on hand. He will continue business st the • store bite ofl"h» Gim,snd will be ready to wsil upon all " who may call. Towanda, March 30. 1847. E. T. FOX.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

Jam3aT^JsjM Sar^^»aV-^»Lsst-.s»' - Cde E. REED niavr removed their Store from No. • 2. Brick Row, to No. 5. Brick Row, formerly occupied by U. E. Flynt de Co, where ihey will he happy to see their old customers and sell ihem goods cheaper than ever. Towanda, May 12,1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 26 May 1847

No. 1., Brick Row, again in the Field! If*. *i. C'hamberiin, C/C^ TTAS just returned from the city yjs|* -ll of New York wilh a largew*^»»j&VA"> supply of Watches, Jewelry and, ffTr^V ^aWtr ^i'*^ war f, comprising in part Ifss ^ jB &J. the following articles:—Lever, ¦ aaaVC -1 SwHsl L'Epinesnd Plain Watches, with ^rj^^gB£B*gW^QBV > a complete assortment of Gold ^^^"*^**^*"^ ^ ^ Jewelry, such as Ear Rings, Finger Rin;«, Breast Pins, Bracelets. Lockets. Gold chains. Gold Pens, Keys, etc. Also, sll sorts of Silverware, and any quantity of Sieel Beads—all of which be offers for sale exceeedingly cheap for CASH. Watches repaired on short notice, and warranted to run well, or the money will be refunded, and a written agreement given to that effect if required. N. B.—MAPLE SUGAR, snd Country Produce taken in payment for work; ami als>; learn now, and forever , that the Product must be paid when the work ia done-—I war against credit in all it* forms. W....

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