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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

Proceed, Gentlemen t C^HAMfcERLIN'S SODA FOUNT is in a perfect J rage, about these days, just op there st do. I, Brick Brow, where yon csn find Aristocratic Cigars. Gentlemm's Fancy touches, and every thing in oar lineal the Droa Depot, uncommonly cheap, wholessle and.retail. July 7, 1847. A.S.CHAMBERLIN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

LIST OF LETTER* remaining-in the Post Office « Athens, Pa., quarter ending June 30, 1747. Abbott C - Molt Alvah JEndrews C. P. Mills Jane Aldrich John C Murray L 8 Arnold O McDole John Bihiri Nancy Merchant M O Brooks Peter Norbury T 8 Bnck Joseph -1 Mallery Henry Brown Artemas Palmer John Bowman A Raymond Eliss Cbsprnan C 0 3_ Be ifield James 3 Cammef H Smith C B Carrington J Y Stewsrd B M Drake Francis ShilpT Durpby Lyman Snyder Mary A ^ DiWen Robert Swartwood Geo K Edwards A Vurmsn Nicholas rabronJsmce 4 Tracy E S Gardner L A Wilcox El'isba Hyatt elder L B Weaver io* Hawkins A ., West Wm Hyatt M R Mrs. ; Wooley Wm Jackson Sophia ' Watkihs Mary Cram elder S Warren Wm Knkkerbseker Adclia York Lavina Livingston L C. H. HBpRICK. V.J*. HE GR4SFENBERO VEGETABLE PILLS and the Greta Mountain Vegetable Ointment, for sals by the subscriber, only agent for the town and borough of Towanda. d22 ^ N. N. BETT8. L ~ ADIE8! I SAY, LADIES'! 1 If yon have mad op yonr minds to boy a nice dress, cloa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

fUtfttyxaiiirt , &C. WW®? W5MS&. Thomas Elliot & ~ ft C. Tonkins, HAVING aasociated •hcmaelvea together in the Mercantile business, hope by close spphcation and strict attention to business, to merit s share of public patronage. Tbey may alwaya be found ready to attend to any person who wishes accomodations in their line. They will occupy the old stand of Elliott it Mercur, and a* it ha* jost been enlarged and made mote spacious and convenisnt, customer* will- find it very ?•** sant to do business in. ELLIOTT It TOMKINS. May 27, 1847. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! JUST received and for sale a *pl-ndid assortment of Spring and Summer Goods,-which will he sold as cheap, for Cash ss can be found in Northern Peon's.— Customs™ will find it to their advantage to call snd examine their stock before purchasing "elsewhere. Msy 27. ELLIOTT & TOMKINS. A NY quantity of GINGHAMS, just received and A. for sale by ELLIOTT * TOMKINS ^ LAWNS of sll varieties; also Gingham Lawns very low for cash by ^ ELLIOTT & TOMKINS. BOOTS and Shoes, the largest stock in town and cheap as can be bought in ihe country by E. & T. SHOES, Ladies wear nf nil kinds—French Saltin Button Gaiters, Pa-, tip). Buskins, kid slips. Lasting Gsiters. and a variety of all kinds by E. & T. COTTON Yarn, any quantity—also Carpel wsrp white and colored by E. it T. LO OKING GLASSES, of every variety for sale by j*9 E. & T. IRON of all kinds, English snd Swedes, together with rolled and hammered; GLASS as cheap as the chespest, snd a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

A'. A. BETTS, IS now opening s new and splendid sssortment of staple and fancy goods at his store, (silusle on Main street two door* Mow Bridge street (west side) nearly opposite Monlanye's it Co.) embracing all articles generally kept in Uie country, such ss Dry Gooth, Groceries, Crockery and Glassware, Hardware. Nails, Iron, all Ihe varieties of SleeJ, Glass, Paints Linseed Oil, Iximp Oil SfC. which he offers to purchasers st unusual low price* for Cash, Produce, or spprovrd credit. And would respectfully invite all who wish to purchase to call and examine hi* goods and prices before purchasing elaewhero, as he is confident he can offer good bargains., June 1, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

PRINTS, M. De Lainss, Ginghams, Lawns, Ac—The Ladies will find a beautiful sssoitmcnt at jonc9. BETTS'. A GREAT variety of shawls scarfs, parasols Ladies and Misses' Bonnets very cheap at BETTS'. BLACK * BEAVER CLOTHS, black and fancy Cass:mere*,end sll sor ts of Summer stuffs, a large assortment, low for cash st BETTS*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

WINDOW it WALL PAPER, a nice-variety and cheap at BETTOR HARRIS & BLOODS' Grass scythes snd scythe snsths;al*o Harris'cradle scythes st ^ BETTS'._ NEW AND CHEAP GOODS. O. 0. Bartlett, HAS the pleasure to inform his friends and customers aid the public in general, thst be is just receiving a large and carefully (elected stock of seasonable Goods, which, as heretofore, he is prepared to sell lower than any BRAGG ART. Towanda. June 2,1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

PAPER HANGINGS. THE Urges! snd most beautiful assortment of Pa-; per Hsnging* ever brought into this place, just receivedsnd for sale cbesp st O. D. BARTLE TT8._ Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Groceriet, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Bonnets, , Crockery, Books and Stationery, Iron and Steel, Popcr.pf all kinds. Paints and Oil*. Glass and Putty. NEARLY every variety ft each of the above kinda of Goods on band at tbe lowest rsfe st O. D. BARTLETT8. COIL CHAIN. BEST tested coil chain for Bull wheels to raw mills snd other similar uses just received and for sale cheap by .0- D. BARTLETT. . _..__-- BONNETS. A splendid assortment of Leghorn snd straw Bonnet*, latest atyle just received ami for ssle very low by , I O. D. BARTLETT. HOOV WANTED U ~ OD. BARTLETT will exchange cloth or other • Goods for. Wool 00 ibe beat terroa possible. Towanda. June I „ 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

A superior lot nf Lswns, Summer Ginghams, and Monterey plaids, a new srticle for dresses. Also, mints of all patterns, which are selling eitremelv low ,tlhe SAVINGS BANK. '" BONNETa" A large and extensive assortment of Bonnets, consisting of Leghorn, Albert Braids, China pearl. Straw gimp, English Sir aw, Ate., tngcthel with ribbons, artificials, wreaths, &c la match, are now selling al reduced prices at the SAVINGS BANK. SUMMER SHAWLS a Iwantifnl assortment of Berage, De Lain and Brocha Shawls msy be, fonnd at the SAVINGS BANK. PARASOLS of every variety and pattern. Also, Umbrellas, are now selling extremely low at tbe Towanda, May 24, 1847. SAVINGS BANK. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. A F-FW hath-red pounds BUCKWHEAT FLOUR in 50 lb. sacks, a superior srticle, just received and for sale by Feb. 33.. O. D. BA RTLBTT._ HAME9 ANDHARNESS TRIMMINGS. JU ST received a targe quantity of Fine and Common Hames. AW, Plated and JapaoM Harness Trimmings aL Feb. 22. MBRCUR*s.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

, #0 S» Wiimi?®l!iIE>9 HAS just received the largest aasortmentof NEW GOODS ever brought into Bradford co, which be oilers in exchange for CASH. LVMBER. or PRODUCE. Monrceton.rMay 10, 1847. . _^ - jjJggQ,^^. rpHE FIRM of E. Smith & Son Is this day dissolved X by rnulusi consent. AH accounts, tie-, due tbe firm mast be immediately paid. ft- SMITH. . Towanda, Msy 12, 1847. C.T. SMITH.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

¦ t'&ro Qork QLbui Tticrotsnts. Premiums Awarded1 p i$vi Brown, If thc':lmericu JuiUlBtc for $o\f ftm. IX niajo—A' Silver Medal foriS^perjoriGoid Pen*- totd—A Diploma fin 6ul| Peos£ - 181;?—A Diploma fa the h^tttnld Pe tisv H43—A Diploma-fur the best Gold Pens-18*4—A Diploma forsopeWGold Pejri». IS45—ASilver .Medal for She best'Gofd Pens. 1446—A Silver Medal for She IkstGold Pen*. , Tliis-iv to certify, ibat Ibe aUove U a-lrue cony: Iron' the rccotdo of ibe American Instinuov HENRY MEIGS. Cin38 Kcc. Scc-.of tlicAmerteanTnstiiate-. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

LI ST OF LETTERS remaining in the P. Oi « Towanda, Pa., quarter ending!June 30, 1847. Al'oway Wm . Jones llaac D Rev Briggs Frariew Jovee james ' Dlakf siee E U Kibrf r J. Brown VV'ns Kelley Mary Ann Blown Alice R Mrs Loop D J M , Benrdsley D J T.sc Win C»<s A M Lent J-iaepS Carpenter Edward Lung Evaline Gotham A soph I -esr* Ilo Mc Gumming* Stephen McOov >ru Thomas Cooper John Matey . ohn or D Lucss Chandler A Mealy Michael Dcvine Frances M'Kee \sa Jr Douglas Wm Marbak T Joseph Doll in Patrick ¦ Marshall Clarissa Dxlson John ' Moron I'at FJtberidge Isaac D. Noble (jhrin Emich Leonard trConrir* David Fr,.st Avon Ovesprdk Csiherlne M Mis* Foster Lather P I*l*«' si«annsli Miis Foster Mary Sutton Hannah Mrs, • Fish--rJohn Kinifh J-ihn Foster Jsne Miss 'Thomas Asaph A Gaphwstt Daniel Tickar Aaron ^larknras Lncirida -Miss Titus Jejrmamr Humphrey Tbeop. & Jas Vincent Richaro! HemleyiJos «> Webb Ajndtew Hentx.r^xilar W«Uh Tho* and John ¦ , Hu*l Daid-I Welch lam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

Shaving and Hair i Dressing. Solomon Cooper, RESPECTFULLY informs hwold friends snd patrons, that having Ix-crt ohligeif to abandon hia for^ mer stand on the afternoon1 of the li2th ult., heia nose jiernianrnlly .located on the vjesli side of the pishlia square, two doors north of Briggi' tavern, Gralefok for past favors, he hopes by superirr skill and Bttcniion to merit an increase of patronage ir future. - He will always keep on hand 1 soppfy of oils, ea> sences, perfumery, ami nhalcvei is aaosssasy lo>gi«o an agrerabie linisli to his operations, and wiU spare no pains in. his endeavors to adapt hia 1 r> It lo suit lbs varying tastes of his customers. ,/ A.LSO-r-^hampoouin!; for restoring and a sore nas> venlalive to keep ihe Hair from falling out. or lufninggray, for a beautifulheaifbf bair isr. powerful auxiliary-'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

FARM FOR SALE, \ 0tit&K THE subscriber pflirs for sale oirf reswmrnSKCrf iitlu terms, the valuable'FARM formerly 7§&Gl§§f owned and now occupied by Joseph ,C.Pow-^JL_ ell, Esq^ situate one liile north of lbs boss' ol Towanda. The lot contains FIFTY5 -acires of good farming l and, nearly all improved, with a large and commodious dwelling boose, two barns, s» apple sschanl, and a variety of other choice frnit trees thereon. For further paiticulars, apply to: the snbscriter at hie office in the borough of TowsndaL . Jane 28. 1847. WILLIAM EL^Lb, Agent.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

LI STJOF LETTERS remarrdng In the Post 0*e at 1]ri>y, Pa^ quarter ending June 30,1847. Basaett R jS Mctst/joud DanW-l 2 .BassetiA'jD Mrlntbsh Ms tbiss Bessfey E|ia» Mssorl Sophronia M» Brown A R ParkhUtDD Bonfoey 0 S Pierce Luna Misa Chester George 3 PravitJ Wm Chase Wro R Parkhorst Daniel Comfort Lovina PeleralAlpheu* Calkins Sarah T Mrs Rollins Aaron Evans Wm T * Robbtns John W - Fisher. Philip 2 Rarrrsdjill O L Miss Frank Nathan , 2 Rockwjell A Miss Fish Martha E Mrs SilvernWl H A Miss Gustin Wm A SharttJMr Ha (loci Caleb Sheldon Julian Miss Jack-son Hallow ' Pimmoins 8 Riff John T-bomajs Chester Kingman Cassander TayloriChandler Kinyon Joab Town Susan Miss Lamb James B Whipple G L v Linderman Jacob Williams J 8 JfiRer Henry Rev 2 WHea polly Mi»a Moore Sauford" Wood Thomas I.AYTON RUNVON, P. M.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

NEW DRY (jJOGDSi, Corner of Jflatn an** \Bridge Streets* J UST OPENING, at ibe copier of Maid, & Bridge street, a welt-selei led assortment of new and; fash ionalde DRY GUVLHS, which vill be soldtnmtually low for ready pay. Tbe aloek c >nsista in part of i Satineit, Ooaovl, grngmnn, alpucca, the cheapest lot- of prints in tow.n, edgings, jtisertiigs, Swiss and.cambric muslins, linsey, canton flannel, drilling, j bleached and brown ruusl n, (not lo be ; surpaimed) uckinerche<k, cash mere. { eottoa, wool and buck gloves, cotton hose, suspenders, German Iianddripiifsv cotton and pongee! hdkfsV ginghsm crovals. plaid sbawnr, , woo! comforters, ccaon tapes, patent thread, sewing silk, conoh halls, pscks pins, needles, spool cotton, ihooks snd eyes, | suspender, shirt and metal buttons, wilh many otfrer articles, usually found in a store, not mentioned^' The public are invited to call Ind examine the slock before purchasing elsewhere, as ttUy will be said'cheaper tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

A Woolen Factory at Homo, THE subscribers lake pleasara in announcing lo'(be citizens of Btatlfon) county and vicinily, that they have teased for a term of years the building situate in Wyalusing township, and known as Ingham's Factory, and which (hey are now fitting ep with machinery and apparatus for 'Ilo manufacture |pf broad and narrow cloths, flannels, Atc.in superior!stylo and on-the most.. reasonable terms. Those wishing to have wool manu-4 '^ facturcd upon ^shares- will find u lo their advantage to ,i. give them a- rail, as- they ~ore determined"lhat' no-pains shall be spared to give the most perfect satisfaction.— They work Wool into Bniad ofipiorroW cressrd cloths for one half the cloth, or if prefitrred, fbey will manufacture by the yard as folic ws i-^-Brood elolha for from SI to SI.25 ; Naiirow clotli, liorn 44 to $0ci*. Other articles manufncluired for proporlionatelprices. Wool carding and clotli dressing viill be done on short notice and reasonable, termji. Thev will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

i\o. I-.,4 Brick How, nsiiia ip the Field! If*. ./. tUiatAberttit, ¦i&C^ TJ ASjiist'rcttonied frbtniHeeity 1 j&2t. "^^ "^ *rw V'"^ v».itb' • I^rS" >F^^^^k^~> supply of Watches, Jewelry and //J*. ^E|»y r' **"' "an, ion prising, «J Ps?*« T\ 1 ^Msl> ,ne'. """''i'-tt artidlis':—Lever, riw\X< 1 ^3k5 U'Epinea id Plain Welches; wilh «55Xj5^dsa s»MBi* * ron^pletls assortment fif GoM ytmm~*^B m^"^ Jeweliy, s ictt as Ear Ring».Pinger, llin ;sf Breast Pins, Bracelet 1, Lockels.GoUl chsins. Gold Pens, Keys, etc.- A4ao; all sorts of (Silverware, and any quantity of SteefBeailsj-all of which he oflers fur sahrexccccdingly cheap for BASIF. XVa'chea repaired en short notice, and' tbonfrnted to run well, or the money will he refunded^ and awriften agreement given to ttiat rlVepl if required. N. B.—MAPLE SUGAR, And Country Produce taken in payment for work; anil alsi. learn tunc, and forever, that lie Produce tnustpe paidwhen the tuorJe is done—I war agains...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

AUDlTOK'.S NOTICK. ' Edward Ocertok vs. Harry N. Spalding, No. 6-ifl, September Term, 1843,BraJfofU Com man Pleas. « THE undersigned, having been appointed an auditor to distribute moneys raised by 1 xecution, issued in ibe above sail, will'attend lo the duties of his appointment at his office in Towands borough, on Friday the JSfb day of July next at 2 o'clock P. M^ al which lime and place all persons iulcrcslcd are.reijuired to present then clairoa before him or he- ib-baned tram coming in upon ssid fands. HENRY BOOTH, Auditor. Ju«e7iiS47.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 14 July 1847

T * AUDITOK'S NOTICE. TI)oma£ Elliolt rs. John M. Fox. No, 125, ~ Septchiber Term, 1842, Bradford Common Pteasl HE undersigned hsving hern appointed .an auditor to diluibuie inomiys raised by virtue of execution issued iu fpe sbove sun, will allend 10 the duties ot bis sppointment st his offu-e in I'bwaiidn boriugh, on Saturday |he 10thday ol July licit, «t 2 o'clock y. M., at which lime and place all persons interested ara re-I quirrd to dresrnt their claims U-lorc, liim,or be debarred from coming in upon »<id funds. " Juiie7,|l847. HENRY BOOTH, Auditor.

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