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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

JUST received 13 CbesU Fresh Taes, selttng from 37 J to 7» cents per lb., warrantee) goon or no aale «_ \ J FOX'S. »Q. a. B. B. COME one and all and see the best and cheapest Sugar, (Tofiee and Molaaae* in town at I . jone I. \ FOya, NQ.8.B.R. BdQTS AND SHOES. A FIRST rate lot of Genu kip, aeml and coarse boots, fine raedium and coarse shoes; also Ladies' fine kid B. B.Ties, Buskins, Gaiter* and half Gaiters, and an endless variety of child's shoe* at NO. 3 B. R. A FEW Family eases HOMOEOPATHIC Modi cine, with Hempkr* * Domestic Physician. Also » tew HuH's Laorieat FOX'S.NO.S, B.R. CROCKERY a} GLA88WARE,Tfint rate asaort. mentsj jet K°3 B" ?•_ 1 (\ DOZEN of those cheap Parasol* left, which are Xyj selling at reduced prices at NO. 3, B. R. LEGHORN and Lawn Bonnet*; also Leghorn, Peart braid and Palmleaf hats, and a great variety of Cos* « ^ jel NCK3.B.R. THE Ladies do *ay that the largest- and prettiest .assortment of Dress Goods, Ribbons, Parasols, Gloves Hosiery, Ac in town, i* to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

OT if I P,ECES Calicoes, the prettiest in town, sel-/£AJ\J ling from 5 to 1$ cents per yard al June I. _ N0.2.B. R. SAVINGS bank: NEW OFFICERS ELECTED. AT an annual meeting of the directors of the " Towanda Savings Bank," C. A E. REED were elected in plae* of G. E. Flynt A Co., whose term expired May 1st, 1847. It is the intention of the new Cashiers A Co, to sustain the credit of tbe institution by " putting goods low down " to pay up customers.— We therefore invite onr old customer* and the public generally lo call and examine our stork of New and Cheap Goods, just received, and convince themselves of the troth of the old adage, that " Goods have, can, and shslpbe sold cheapci at tbe Savinga Bank than at any other establishment in Towanda. No. 6. B. R. May IS, 1847. , C. A E. REED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

LIST OK PER&ONS engaged in vending Goods and Merehandixe in Bradford county, classified arid.arranged according to law for the year 1847, to wit: NanM-n ol' Retailer*. With or wilboiit liq. Cln»«. lairem"1. Jas. Fritcher, Athens boro' no liq. 14 7.00 C. Park ' - " 14 7 00 H. 8. Comatoek, -" • , 11 10 00 G. A. Perkins, - " 14 7 00 L. & Ellsworth, " " 13 10 00 Phelps, «• . •• 14 7 00 C. H. Merrick, " " 14 7 00 Welle* A Harris, - " 13 10 OU John Watkins, Athens tp. H 14 7 00 A.AH.H.Morley, Burlington, " 13 10 00 John N. Daniel* - " 14 7 00 CoreUAGes , " <• 13 10 00 Job Motley, *¦ •• 14 7 00 Edward Overton " " 14 7 00 C. E. Ratbbnne, Canton, liquor 13 18 75 Newman A Brown, " no liqoor 13 10 00 John Hortonjr. Asylum, •' 14 7 00 Elmer Hnrtoo, '" , " 14 7 00 A. W.Renshaw, . » - 14 7 00 U. Moody A Co, Dorell, - 14 7 00 O. D. Chambertin, - - 14 7 00 Coolbangh A Salisbury, dot — 14 7"00 R. K. Hawtey, Fraoklm, - U 7 00 *. W. Meteor, - - " « 14 7 00 T. Homphteyv Herrick, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

THE GRiEFENBERG VEGETABLE PILLS and the Green Mountain Vegetable Ointment, (or aale by the subscriber, only agent for the town jrnd DOrough of Towanda. J33 9. N. BETTS. LADIES I I SAY, LADIES! I If you have made up your minds to buy a nice dress, elosk or abswl this season, don't fail to call at No. 3, Brick Row, whew yon can find the most, beat and cheapest articles in that line, that i* kept in town, besides aO hinds of trimmings. Remember, call at nvll | BAIRD'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

^ ^ ¦ • mw& wftmsB*. '¦ «?1'-' ¦' ' —f-' "SsL?»:S* '' Th«mi8^;i.wt aVU: W$$km* , HAVING soeacilvtj ¦hemselves tOfMbrr in tbe Mercantne bUsihes* , hope by ckmiapplicaUon and strict Mtefauoo/lo buaue**, lo merit a share of pub: lie palroriige. Th*y may always be fosUssWiendy to attend to any person who wishes accomodations in ibeir hne.. • - 0 ; Tbe j win-occupy the old stand of Elliott A Mercur, and a* it ha* juit been enlarged and made mote spacious and couvcnisnl, customers will find it very pleasant to do busuK-sa in. ELUOIT A TOMKINS. May 37 ^ 1847. > . /ije^opsTmw GOODS! I JUST received and,fot sale a *pl>ndid »»«irtnjeut of Spring snd Summer Goods, which will be sold a* 'Cheap for Cash a* can be found io Northern Peon's!—Cuatomsrs will find it to tbeii advantage to. call and examine their stock before purchasing: elsewhere. Msy 37. ' ELLIOIT A TOMKINS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

A NY quantity of GINGHAMS, just received and t% for ml* hy _ : ELLIOTT A TOMKINS. LAWNS of all varieties; also Gingham Lawns very low for cash hy ELLIOTT A TOMKINS. BOOTS and Shoe*, the largest slock in town-and cheap as can be bought in the country by E. AT. SHOES, Ladies wear of all kinds—French Saltin Button Gaiters, Pa*. Up*. Buskins, kid slips. Lasting G alter*, and a variety of all kinds by E. A T. COTTON Yarn, any quantity—also Carpet warp white and colored by E. A T. LOOKING GLASSES, of every variety for sale j >y j«9 E.AT. IRQJN of all kinds, English and Swedes together with rolled and hammered; GLASS as cheap as the cheapest, and a Urge slock of N AI l<S, by E. A T. OLD Labte Nail Hods, a very large quantity as cheap as the cheapest . A a variety of small iron by Ei AT. A SPLENDID assortment Parasols of all sixes, sns of every vaiicty of Umbrellas by . E. AT. BONNETS, ¦ good variety Leghorn, Straw, Lawn and Coburg, cheap a* tbe cheapest by E. A T. LEGHORN 'Ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

A GOOD assortment of C Jicocs. Id fact, we have a* good an assortment of all kinds of Dress Goods as you can find in any store in the country. Also, a good assortment of Clollu, Cassimeres, Mid Summer wear of all kinds and descriptions as cheap for cash as the cheapest by , iE. A T. QHEETINGS and Shirtings, both bleached and un-O bjeacbed cheap as the cheapest by E. A T. ^T ~ SALTl SALT!! ,, Oflrt BARRELS Salt for -ale at ^UU Junta. MOMTANYES'A CO.^ New Spring and Summer Goods, N. A'. BETTS, IS now opening a new and splendid assortment of staple and fancy goods at bis store, (rilualeon Main street two doors befow Bridge street (west side) nearly opposite Montanye's A Co.) embracing all articles generally kept in the country, such as Dry Goods, Groceries, CrocJ:ery and Glassware, Hardware. Nails, Iron, all the varieties of A' /W, Glass, Paints Linseed Oil, l<amp OU §-c. which he offers to purchasers at unusual low price* for Cash, Produce, or approved credit. And would respect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

PRINTS, M. De tallies. Ginghams, Lawns, Ac—Tbe Ladies will find a beautiful assortment at June 9. BETTS*. A GREAT variety of shawls scarfs, parasols Ladies and Misses' Bonnets very cheap at BETTS'. BLACK A BEAVER CLOTHS, black and fancy Cassimeres, and all sorts of Summer stuffs, a large assortment,low for eash at BEITS'. WINDOW A WALL PAPER, a nice variety and cheap at BETTS'. HARRIS A BLOODS' Ore** scythes and scythe maths ;also Harris' cradle scythes al BE ITS'. NEW ANO CHEAP GOODS. O. D. Bartlett. HAS ihe pleasure to inform bis friend* and customers and the public in general, that he is just receiving a large and carefully selected stock of seasonable Goods, which, as heretofore, bo is prepared lo 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, junl received and for sale cheap at O. D. DAKTLETT'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Hals and Caps, Hardware, Bonnets, Crocker*/, Books and Stationery, Iron ami Sled, Paper of all kind*. Paints and Oil*, Glass and Putty. NEARLY every variety of each of the above kinds of Good* op band at the lowest rate at O. D. liARTLETPS. COIL CHAIN. B EST tested coil chain for Bull wheeU to raw mill* and other similar uses just received and for sale cbcopby O. D. BARJn.ETT. BONNETS. ! A splendid assortment of l-eghorn And straw Bonnets, latest style just received and for Hale very low by O. D. BARTLETT.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

AUDlTOIi'.SiNOIMIJv Edward Overton vs. Harry N. SiJaliiing,<No. 629, SrvteptbtrTerm, lHi3,Bra.l/ord (i.tn . mon Pleas. fpHE undersigned, having been appointed an auditor -L ,10 distribute moneys racked by execution, issued in the above sait, will attend U) the duliea nf his kppoint-Knt at his office in Towanda borough, on Friday ihe i day of July next at 2 o'clock 1*. M., al which lime and place all pcisons interested ate requinil lo'prcttiii theit claims before him or !«• dehaned fabm coming in upon said funds. UENllY BOOTH, Auditor, June 7, 1647. !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

:\a*4 IjvburrliscmcalG. HARM FOR SALE. 4J£Q$t THE BubiicriUcr olfer* for sain on reason-^g^^ allo lorcn«, (he •¦ v-ali>u[ile FARM form*'rlj Wi vS** * "W""'. nti'l now occupied Uy Joseph 0.1\>w-- m^tT_ HI, Esq.. situate ono milg r^irlh of ibe Uoro' m i.i\nii.|.i. The l*»t ron till lit* KIF'TV acres of good li;mi!'j l.ni'1, urarW 'ill impro'i'ilV w'lb a largo and '"''mm.H.liiHiB dwelling Iioqsp, . two "barns, an apple- or-* .'.4rt|, mid a Vdritily sof ollicf choice fruit tree* thereon. F-if lurtlitT p.iiUrulars, apply tp ihe subscrilwr al hU i-rtirf iti .ihr Itnrnugh of Towumla. Jm.p s«. 1-17. WILLIAM KLWBI.L, Accnt. . sHKrilKKD'S .MEDICINES, r ¦ itiN<*isTr\-G up ¦ L'rfcidiir, Sarsnparilla, Consli Candy. jiniljFtTrr ! ami Agnc Pills. UI' 'I'lir. \ KRMIFUUK, nothing more need i* said llian what n.sjiJ in ihe lolluwing Ccrlllicalcs of re-«drala of Luzerne counl) : S.u.r.w. May 17, 1817. I twd Shepherd's Vermifuge for tw<*of my rhildren. Iii'|»rate.| well, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

' ItianloO, . In M.-wrow, on Sunday evenin?, June 12, by Rev. II. \. IM.ov. Mr. TiicoiieuE Smith, junior editor .mil piii.|.'<ri»r.i>i°the " Susquehanna Register," tn Vi-v IIi.kv. dauchter of Charles Avery, KMj.,all ' iifiii.it villa-'c. - *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

LADIES DRESS GOODS. JUST received at No. 3 Brick Row, an exUnsive assortoienl of rich and desirable dress good* of the latest slyls, such as striped Tarleton, embrojde^etl muslin, Cherry lustre, M. De Laine, Gitigham Lawn, mourning organdie, Baliorinc Gingham Robes, Ladies sniped dresses, together with all the new and fashion*- hie fancy goodajthat could be found in thi city of New York, and willjbc sold cheaper than the aanie good* can !«• bought aj'any other ciUblishment in lhe county. Remember this/and before you purchase stop into jBAIRD'SNO. 3, B. R. HATS—The largest ami best selected assortment of Summer HatsI consisting of Panama.EngHsh straw, DuustaUe, Pedal, Palrulcaf, &.C., for aale cheap al BAIRD'S I^tIN NETS—Florence, Chifta Peail, Straw and J I. inn Bonnels, all of the latest fashions, at ^__ BAIRD'S. BOOI'S &. SHOES—Men'sCalf and Morocco boots, and Congress gaiters, arid Ladies shoes of every description at " BAIRD'S. TJAl.NTS & OILS—Linseed, La...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

New Arrival at No. 1, Brick Row! -I. 8. Chatnbertim, IK new rjreiving, and offers for sa|e at the DRUG DEPOT. No. I, Brick Row. ¦ large addition ti his fttrther stook, consis'ti'ig of every variety of Groccrii*, Drugs and-Mcdieinci. Dye Staffs, PtilU, Oils, Perfumery, Faney artiela kt, nhirh will be sold at! wholesale or retail, at unusually low prices. Terms CASH. Towanda, June 16, 1847-j {'- [iOC'i:i;Y'S, in the country, can be supplied with. J all articles in their line, on the most reasonable terms, ot jelfi No. I, BRICK ROW. "I ) If-TORI .L BROTHER JONATH\N, for the 1 Fourth of July, at No. I', BRICK ROW. D i'NUA&S. Reeve's, and a splendid *rticleT>f Imported v3| OAR'S, at No. I. BRICK ROW. PATENT MEDICINES, every kind now in u»e, can lie fiijind ot lhe Drug lVpol; Agent for Jsync's Smith's, Clifki'iier's, Molfal's, Pain "killer, and variou* otln-r medicittcs. A full and general supply Uway* on hand. je!6 No. 1, BRICK ROW._ OI LS, PERFUMERIES, a splendid article ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

HOOJ. WANTED' .! OD. BARTLETT will exchange cloth or other • Good* for Wool on Ihe best term* possible. Towanda. June I. 1847. A superior lot of Lawns, Summer Ginghams, and Monterey plaid*, a new arlicle for dresses. A Iso, prints of all patterns, which are selling extremely low at tbe SAVINGS BANK. BONliiETS. A large and extensive assortment of Bonnets, consisting of Leghorn, Albert Braid*, Chins pearl. Straw gimp, English Straw, etc, together with ribbons, irtificiSis, wreaths, tec. to match, are now celling at reduced price* at the -=¦ "^SAVINGS BANK. SUMMER SHAWLS a beautiful assortment of Dcnrge, De Lain and Brocha Shawls mav he found st the SAVINGS BANK. PARASOLS of every validly ami pattern. Also, Umbrellas, are now selling extremely low at the Towanda, May 24. 1847. SAVINGS BANK. BUCKWHEAT FlloUR. A FFW hundred pounds BUCKWHEAT FLOUR in 50 Ih. sacks, * superior arlicle, jusl received and for sale by FeU 82. O. D. BARTLETT.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

HAME3 AND HARNESS TR1MMINUS. JUST received a large quantity of Fine and Common Hamc*. Also, Plated -and JapanM Hunress Trim* Cling* at Feb. 22. MEHCIfR'8. fc. IIIRLBUT A9f W©BSnB"Sr ii^P CjA.MJi TBINDERS bis aervice* to hi* friends snd ibe public generally in all business of his profession. Office in hi* dwelling near the comer of River and State Streets. Towanda, May 18, 1847 ^ "1 '. bfssoLlfnoN. f PHE FIRM of E. Smith & Sun Is thu day dlwolveu -L by mutual consent. All account*, Ac . due the Grm must be immediately paid. E. SMITH. Towanda, May 13, 1847. C.T.8MJT1I.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

£ijol Aboeiiisemcnis,. [ 1» TtffeHiOTTEir ¦' ¦ •!-'¦ Ofthepirtitionioftketstaleqf Dttcid 'PmH tote ^OaitfontownMkipi deeV.—w thi Orphan's G>u\rt of Bradford cowUy.ofJhci TerrLmH. ' ,-.;-.! -,. - \ . .. f,t TU£%eiis and devujee* of DsvJd Pratt dec'd.„to witi Ebenezer Pratt, David Pratl, Asa. PraU, Jonathan R. Pratt, Wm. Roberta, "Betsey Robert*, Jeise Grilfio, Ksciei Gnffin.Juliu* Prait and ChesterPr.lt. sre hereby.-severally notified that ibe Orphan's Coiiit of Biadloid county on "the 8th day of May )847. diil grant a rule upon them lo come into said conn on tbe first Monday of September next and' t-fcet to lake jot refuse tbe estate of said decedent at the valuation made thereof, and in case they shall refuse to accept lhe same, to (bow cause if any they have, why the aau-c shall not be sold. By the Court. - ' ' ;'¦..¦ ~ liriMAN E. DE VVOLF,i < Juni 7, 1847. Clerk of GriihinV Curt .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

AUDITOR'S NOTICE. Thomas EUiott^ vs. John M. Fox. No. 125, September Term, 1842, Bradford Common Pleas. „ . 7* -, THE undersigned having heen appointed an auditor lo distribul- moneys raised by virtue of-leculion issued in the above suit, will,attend tu lhe dunes ot his appointment at hi* office in I'owanda borough, on Saturday the 10th dsy of July ucxt, at 2 o'cttvk P. IU st which time and place all persons inh rested are rcquirrd to present Iheir claims before him, or lie debarred from coming in upon aaid funds. June 7, 1847. HENRY BOOTH, Auditor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

IN THE MATTER Of the partition of the estate of Benjamin Brink, deed , laic of Sheshequin ton nship. —in the Orphan's Court of Bradford county nf Dec. T. 1847. THE heir* and devisers of Benjamin Blink dee'd. to wil: Daniil Biink, Uriuk Smith, Alplu-us Tirzer and Calls!* his wife, Charles Smith, John Smith, Daniel Smith, Orson Sn.ilh, Valentine Smith, James Smith, Wm. Smith, Rachel Smith, Theodore W. Brink, Henry M'Kiunry and Amanda M'Kinney his wife, and Delilah Brink and John Brink and their guardian. Orison Rickey—Orris Brink, Elizabeth Brink, Churles Brink, Julia Brink and John Brink, Jr., and .their guardian John Brink—Elizatnth Bensley, James Brink and -Hester 111ink, are hereby severally notified, thai Ihe Orphan's Court of Bradford coonty on Ihe I lib day of May, 1847, did gruul a rule upon them to come into Court on the first Monday of September next, and elect to take or refuse the estate of said decedent at the valuation made thereof, an** in case they shall refuse to acce...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 30 June 1847

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. PURSUAN f to an order of the Orphan's Court of Bradford county, will be exposed to public sale at the house upon the premises in Sheshequin township, Bradford county/Pa., on Saturday the 4th day of September, 1817, at one o'clock P. M., all of the ccrlutn pieces, lots 'or parcels of land lying and being ip said lujwnahip, known ss lhe Richard Horton farm, to be sold as the property of Patrick Cummmgs, dee'd.. bounded as follows : Beginning at a corner, thence by lots No. 94 and 101, south, thirty degree* and 15 nil-1 niulcs, 82 perches lo * corner, thence ,by parts of lots No. 101, 102 and 103, south 59 degrees west, 1st perches to a corner, thence along the Sheshequin road, north 64 J decrees west, 22 perches, north 63 degrees west,'78 perches to a corner, and thente by p.rls of lot* No. 91 snd 92, north 59 degrees east, 236 perches to ihe beginning, being part of lots No. 92,93 and 101 in the old township of Clavemek, one of the srvcnluru townships, ore. Ceii...

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