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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

SPRING GOODS. H. 8. eV M. C. MERCUR have inst received a . guod assortment of Gingksnn, Lawns, Snnuaer Shawls, Elowera, Wreaths, eke dec, which will be sold cheaper than ever. Towanda, May 3, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

New Arrival »f Gsris, by Express! B. glNOSBSRF, HAS just remivad from (New York, a baautifol assbrtmenlof Lawns, Gingbsms, Bonnttts, Palm JLeaf Hatu, *c. Ax, which will be sold very cheap.— Also Caps and Parasoband a varisty of other goods. Call and see the reduction from hut spring's prices, snd if vou should want any thing in the way of New Good/ you will be sure lo buy; April 88,1847. First lot of New Gttdn it Ttwudi. MONTANYES* A CO. are receiving a large and general assortment of Spring and Sammer Good Which will be disposed of at wholesale or retail at reduced prices. Attril-S0,.'IMT. ' _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

COME TO THE RESCUE! THE subscribers having met with severe losses by the late fire in Towanda, as watt as other losses , earnestly request that those who know InanMslvrs indebted will make avary enort p^nrihls to ssMurnflrada that are may fan able to asset asrr.asnast sssaansassats aad rontrnas oar, ksjainees. MONTANYfTS A CO. MONTANYE* dr. CO.havanniviiiswhmis situation 'a few doors bstow Brings strnst waera tkey intend to acoosninodste their enstiann on their asnal Ubsrsl tarns. We have aowaa hand a aursafaly of Goods aaaptod to the sprmg ttids. wnieh wW knawnos ed of at greatly redneed prieas, sosjsnrsd with Ins grast adTance of Goods ia the city. March S3. 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

So So ^iU&iralSu)», HAS just received ihe largest assortment of .NEW GOODS ever brought into Bradford CO., whiek be oflers in exchange for. CASH, LVMBBR, air PRODUCE. Monroeton.Msy 10, 1847. L ^~ XdTES can find a sapeiior asaurUnsnt nf DRESS GOODS it CLOAKING8, at MEstCUITS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

. ^i^LM11 ¦ - ^_ "A lV-aVlF**, ".' ""v"' "'- :-" rpAKES tail nwthaa nf {afersna* svsvy aersan who ± wanUtor«jcaaeafJOOUS,s)utashaas>sntdna entiraatoek of NEW GOODS la No. 3, BrsekRaw, fersarrfy oceanic, by C. ek E. Reed, one door batow tns Past OSes, where he woald be nappy to show any ens bis stock who wW favor ahn with a caH j as ha is sVnnnaines ant to ba aadenold by nay ana ia thte or any ethsr Town this side of New Yen. My stock is very large, consis ting of 1 Dry Goods, QroeeTteM. Orocfbtry, Hardware , Boots*Shoes ,ke. A large assortment ef Dress GoooV Sara as SeokkandXinen Gmghawu.Ging- , Mam Mucins , Printed and Argandi t do- Oregon Pbadt, t%tmbraytmsd Lama cloths. Also, „ A great vartety of French, EsigKA.. And American cloths. Cassi?.. '.-tsstres , vestjngt, Croion ' $ Cloth. TsZtdsand \ ^° Summer Stuffs. f * t.*c,^. I I Don't fsU to call so I win asfl for the Ready Rhino a bnla has than aay other live man. Tasraada, Jane 1,1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

. TUST received 13 Cheats Fresh Tens, snUiiig from •I 37 J to 75 cento per lb ^ warranted good or no sals at POX'S. NO. a. B. R. COME one snd all aed see Ihe beat sssl cWarpeet Sugar, Coaee aad Maiaaeas in town at „.-• jone 1. ^ FQ3rS,a0.t.B.R. BOOTS J1ND SHOES. A FIRST rats lot of Gents kip, neat and coeras basis, fineas edraa and cosrsesnoes; also Ladies' fins kid B. B. Tins, Buskins, Gaiters snd half Gaiters, and sn endless variety of chiaTs shoos atj NBrtfJ^B^ A FEW Family jpn#ffOjr (Kdrar7/iC Modicine, whh' Heir^s Danwslit Pbystclsn. Abo, a few Hnll's, Laarie at %.; POX'S. NO. 3, B.JR. CROCKERY' <* GLASSWARE, a first rale assorl mentat jel ^ NO.S, B. IL_ f\ DOZEN of those cheap Parasols foftT which are 1\J seftrng at reduced prices at NO. 2, D. R. TT EGHOHN and Uwn Bonneta puao Leghorn, Pearl *-* braid and Pafralesf bats, and a great variety of Cans at \ " iel NO. 3. B. R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

rpHE Lediea do say thai the largest and prettiest X ¦aeon me nt of Dress Goods, Ribbons, Parasols, Gloves Hosiery, dec. in town, u lo be found at FOX'S. CaU snd see them, as they ahKaelling from 14 to 35 per cent, cheaper than at any otMKStore in town at jone I. _ i^Pj ''"l**' 000 pIECKCalicae^th»f*^estn>1own,-selt*V\J\J ling from 5 to 15 cents per yard af \ fane I. NO. 3, B. fcx, SAVINGS BANK. AErT OFFICERS ELECTED. AT an annnal meeting of the directors of the " Towanda Savings Bsnk," C.sG. REED were elected ia place of G. X. Flynt A Co., whose term eaplred May 1st, 1847. It is the intention of the new Cashiers dr. Co ^ to auatain. the credit of the institution by ** patting goods low down " to pay up customers.— We therefore invite our old customer* and the public generally to call and examine our stock of New and Cheap Goods, just received, snd contince themselves of the truth of the eld .adage, that "Goods hava, can, and shall be sold cheapet at the Savings Bsnk than at a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

First Arrival of Goods from New York. mmrttttn BMmrabrrs/, r- now rreeivhig a general sawor taaent of Spring and Sammer Goods, wbseh will be sotd cheaper than goods were ever offered ia this place before. His friends will find as they mount the steps at his door that prices go down. Call snd etamine for yonndvesv—My goods and prices will praise themselves. , You Jtill find a huge snd general ssaor tasent of every variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Glass, Nads, Iron, Steel. Paints, Oils, Dye Slots, Boots, Shoes, Hals, Caps, Codfish', Mackerel, dec, dec Mylriends and the public generally are respectfully invited to call snd examine my stock, as I am satiafted I can otter them goods cheaper than at any ether Store. May 17th, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

A NY enantny af GINGHAMS, Jost received and A farsale by . ELLIOTT A TOMKIN8. LAWNS ef afl varieties; alas Gingham Lawns vefy lew for cash by ELLIOTT ATOM KINS, BOOTS and Shoes, the largest stock in town aad Aeep an can be be^gbl in the country by E.AT. SHOES, Ladtes wear af aH.lands—Preach Satun Button Gaiters, Pa'. tt>. Buskins, kid slips. Lasling Gajters.jsp d » variety of all kinds by E-A T. COTTON TarnJ aay qoanliiy—also Carpet warp white and colored by E. A T. LOOKING CLASSES, of every variety for sale .by je3 B.&T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

IRON Mf sll Ainda, English snd Swede. , together whh rolledLand hammered; GLASS as cheap aa- the cfasspajPnd a Urge stock of NAILS, by E.AT. OLD Lable Nail Rods, a very large quantity sa cheap as ihe cheapest. A a variety nf small iron by E. A T. A SPLENDID assortment Parasols of all sixes, ans of every raiiety of Umbrellas liy E.AT. BONNETS, a good variety Leghorn, Straw, Lawn and Coborg, cheap aa the cheapest by E. A T. LEGHORN Hats ofiall sixes and descriptions, together with a good lot of palmleaf by E. A T. A GOOD assortment of Calicoes, tn fart, we have as good an assortment of all kinds of Dress Goods as you can find in aay store in the country. Also, a good sssnttmrnt of Cloths, Cassiraeree, and Summer wear of all kinds land descnpliooe as cheap for cash as the cheapest by i E. A T. SHEETINGS and Shirtings, both bleached and unbleacbed cheap aslheeheapest by E. A T. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

SALT! SALT!! OfUi BARRELS Salt for sale at /CKJSJ Jnne8. MOMTANYES' A CO. New Spring and Summer Goods. ^--, M S. SETTS, ¦ 18 now opening 1 new and splendid assortment of staple and fancy goods st his store, (situate nn Main street two doors below Bridge street (west aide) nearly opposite Montanye'a A Co.) embracing all articles generally kept in the country, such as Dry Goods, Groceries. Crockery and Glassware, Hardware. Xails, Iron, all the varieties of Steel, Glass. Points JJnsecl Oil, Lamp Oil 4'c ^\ which be offers ts purchasers st unnsnsl low prices for Cash, Produce, or approved credit. And would respectfully invite all who wish to purchase to call and examine his goods and prices before purchasing else where, sa he is Confident be can offer good bargains. Jone l. 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

PRINTS, M. Do Loinee, Ginghams, Lawns, Ac—Tns Ladies will and a beautiful asemlinrnt at jane 3. BETTS". A GREAT variety of shawls scarfs, parasols Ladies snd Miases' Bonne ts very cheap st BETTS*. BLACK A BEAVER CLOTHS, black' and fancy Csnsimorea, snd nil aor ta of Summer atnfls, a large aseortmen l.low for cash st BEITS'. WINDOW A WALL PAPER, s nice variety and cheap at _ BETTS'. HARRIS A BLOODS' Grass scythes snd scythe snaths ;aW Harris' cradle scythes st BETTS'.: SHOES—Ladies' Misses snd Children's, a Urge variety on band at je9 BETTS' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

NEW AND CHEAP GOODS. O. D. MarUtU. HAS lbs pleasure lo inform bis friends and customers and the public in general, that be is just receiving a large and carefully selected stock of seasonable Goods, which, as heretofore, be. is prepared to sell lower than any BRAGGART. Towanda. June 3.1847. PAPER HANGINGS. THE largest and moat beautiful assortment of Paper Hangings ever brought into this place, just received and for sale cheap at O. D. BARTLETT*8. Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Bonnets, Crockery, Bswks and Stationery, Iron and Steel, Paper of all kinds. Paints and Oil*. Glaus and Putty. NEARLY every variety of each of the above kinds of Goods on band al'tbe lowest rate at : O. D. BARTLETTS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

COIL CHAIN. BEST tested coil chain for Bull wheels lo raw mills and other similar uses just received snd for sale cheap by_ _ _ O. D. BARTLETT. ~* ~ BONNETS. " ¦ • ' A splendid assortment of Leghorn and straw Bonnets, latest style just, received and for sale very low by - O. D. BARTLETT. ~ 'WOOL WANTED I! OD. BARTLETT will exchange cloth or other • Goods for Wool on Ibe best terms possible. Towanda. June I. 1847. ADMItWrRA<* *OK'S NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of J. B. Merrit/, Isle of Granville township, dee'd., are requested to mske payment without delay, and those having claims against said estate, will please present them duly attested lo the subscriber. JAMBS MERR1TT, ROM WELL DUNBAR. Troy, Msy 29, 1847. Administrator*. A superior lot of Lswns, Summer Ginghams, and Monterey plaids, a new article for dresses. Also, prints of sll patterns, which are selling eitreinely low iltbe SAVINtiSBANiK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

BONNETS. A Urge snd extensive assortment nf Bonnets, consisting of Leghorn, Alber t Braids, China pearl, Straw gimp, English Straw, Ac., together wilh rihbona, artificials, wreaths, Ac to match, are now selling at reduced prices st the SAVINGS BANK. SUMMER SHAWLS, a beautiful assortment of Borage, De Lain and BrocbsaSbawls may be found at the SAVINGS BANK. P ^ ARASOLS of every variety and pattern. Also, Umbrellas, are now selling extremely low at the Towsnda, Msy 34, 1847. SAVINGS BANK. "BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. ' A- FFW hundred pounds BUCKWHEAT FLOUR - /ll in 50 lb. sacks, a superior article, jost received and for sale by Feb. 83. O. V. B A RTLETT. HAMES ANIThaRNESS TRIMMINGS. JUST received a large quantity ot Fine and Common Hemes. Also, PUted and japau'd Harness Trimmings at Feb. 22. MERCUR'S. TrtAYDS. Beautiful Carpeting, two shillings per 1 \J\J yard below the market price at B. KI.NGSBERY'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

y £cfBT2«)sMl1t»t*CBt*. h ¦¦¦ ""•>.; ' IN THE MATTER Of th\« partition of the estate of Dtusai Pratt* lalcvf Canton townshi p, det'd.—uitke Ori phsttfsi Cmrt of Bradford county, oflhft Tern*. 1840. . THE bens and devones of-David Pratt dee'di, to wit: Ebeneser Pratt, David Prau, Asa Mratt; Jonathan B. Pratt, Wm. Rober ts, Betsey Roberts, irase Griffin, Rachel Qriflra, Julius Pratt and Chester Irratt, ere hereby severally notified that the Orphan's Omul of Btadbrd county on the 8th dsy of Msy 1841. did great a rule apon,them to come into aaid court on Ike first Monday of September next snd elect lo take1 or refuse the estate of aaid decedent at the valuation inade iheraof, and in case they shall refuse to accept the same, to show cause- if any Ibey have, why tbs same sbaB not be sold. By the Court. LYMAN E. DE WOLF: > Jane 7, 1847. Clerk of Orphin's Cnlrt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

AUDITOR'S NOTICE. Edward Overton vs. Harry N. SpalJing+No. 6-19, September Term,l843,Bradford fj'tm mon Pleas. 'j ¦ fpUE undemgncd,-baTing been appointed an auditor -*- to distribute moneys raised by execution, issued in the above salt, will attend to Ihe duties of bis appointment at Ilia office in Towanda borough, on Friday ihe 9tb day of July next al S o'clock P. M.. al which time and place all persona inteVestet! are required lo present tbeii-eUims before bim or I* debarred from coming m upon said funds. HENRY BOOTH, Auditor. June 7, 1847. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. Thomas Elliott vs. John At/ Fox, No. 125, September Term, 1842, Bradford CommoM Pleas, ' ¦ J THE undersigned having been appointed an soduM to distribute moneys raised by virtue of eiecaMOC issued in the sbove suil, will Stlend to the duliesKJui appointment al his office in .Towanda l>orough,J9m Saturday the 10th day of July next, al 2 o'cloek.p| at which time and place nil persons interestcdWajjie quirrd to present the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

IN THE MATTER Of the partition of the estate of Benjamin Brink, deed . tale af Sheshequin Ion whip —in the Orphan's Court of Bradford coitnh, of Bee. T. 1847'. rnjlHE heirs and devisees oi Benjamin Brink dee'd. to wil: D-iniJ Brink, Brink Smith, Alpbjrus liner and Callsla his wife, Charles{3roitb, John Sir ith, Daniel fmith, Orsnn Smiih, Valentine Smith, Jsnes Smith, Wm.Smith, lUchel Smith, Theodore W. Urfnk, Henry M'Kinney and Amanda M'Kinney hu wife, and Delilah Brink and John Brink and their guardian. Orison Rickey—Orris Brink, Elizabeth Brink, Charles Brink, Julia Brink and John Brink, Jr., and their guardian John Brink—Elizabeth Benalry, James Brink and' Hester Blink, ore hereby severally notified that the Orphan's Court of Bradford county on thelllh 'day of May, 1847, did grant a rule upon them to come into Court orr-the first Monday of September next, and elect to lake or refuse the estate of aaid decedent at the valuation made thereof, an-' in case Ibey shall refuse lo accep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. PURSUAN r to an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford connly, will be exposed lo public sale at the bouse upon the premises in Sheshequin township, Bradford county, Pa., on Saturday the 4th day of Scp-Wmb.-r, 1847, at one o'clock P. M, all of the certain pieces, loU or parcels of land lying and being in said township, known sa the Richard Horton firm, to be sold aaxt.be property of Patrick Cummings, dee'd., bounded as follows: Beginning at a corner, thence .by tola No. 94 and. 101, south thirty degrees and IS minutes, 82 perches to a corner, thence by parts of lota No. 101, lot and 103, sooth 59 degrees west, 184 perches to a corner, ibence along the Sheshequin road, north 641 degrees west, 22 perches, north 63 degrees west, 78 perches lo a corner, am] theme by parts of lots No. 91 and 92, north 59 degrees east, 236 perches lo Ihe beginning, being part of lots No. 02,93 and 101 in the old township of CUverack, one. of the seventeen townships, Ac. Centaining 9...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 23 June 1847

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. ALL persons indeUed to the estate of BEN A J AH ALLYN, late of Warren t«rp.,dec'iL, are hereby requested to make payment without delay, and those having claims against' said estate, will please present them duly attested lo the subscriber. .NANCY ALLYN, HENRY C. ALLYN. Warren, May 3,1847. Adinit.istnilor.

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