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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

LADIES DRESS GOODS. JUST received at No. 3 Brick Row, an extensive assortment of rich and desirable dress goods of the latest style, such aa striped Tarletou, embroidered muslin, Cherry lu»tre, M. De Laine, Gingham Lawn, mourning organdie, Bnlznrine Gingham -Rubes, Indies airiped dresses, together with all the. new and fasdiionable fiincy goods lhat could be .found in thi city of .\ew York, and will be) sold cheaper than the same good* can be bought at ajiv olhe.-citabtishnietit'in the cuuuly. Remember Ibis, anil before yru purchase stop into BAIRD'S NO. 3. B..R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

GROCEKY'S, in the country, can lie supplied with all artii-lcts in tlieir line, on the most,reasonable terms, at jelG No. 1, BHIL'K ROW. PICTORI t. BROTHER JONATHAN, for the Founh of Iirly, al No. 1, BRICK. ROW. DUNBAR'S, Reeve's, and a splendid article of Imported CIGAR'S; at No. I.; BRICK ROW. PATENT MEDICINES, every kind now in use, can be found at the Drug Depot; Agent for Jayne'i Smith'a, Clickener's. Mortal's, Pain killer, and various bther medicines. A full and general supply alwjys on hand jeI6 No. 1, BRICK ROW.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

ASOTHER ADDITIOX TO THE Stock of Hoods in lhe Savings Bank. IN con-sequence of the creit rush at the Savings Bank for Cheap GikmU. llie proprietor has been induced lo repleni*li n-ilh a splendid assortment of SPRING & SI'MM.EK GOODS, which are now opening, and selling itt creaily reduced prices. "The proprietor, Mr.'C. REED, pledges himself to fully and amply sustain the cretin of lhe institution which it has hitherto borne, i.e. for selling goods cheaper than any other establishment in Bradford co. Persons desirous of testing this, have only to call al No. 5, Brick Row, and satisfy themselves. July 7, 184(7. C. REED._ LAWNS, ORGANDIE^, LAWN GINGHAMS, nnd l.iuhl Ginghams, have been received at the Saving* Bank, and arc selling twenty-five per cent, cheaper ihan ever. -jy7 C. R.EED. BOOTS & SHOES—A large and exhaustless assortment' of coarse and fine boots and shoes, ladies' f 'and half goiters, kid tics, buskins, French k;d slippers, children's cloth and morocco shoe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

Proceed, GeHttensen t CIHAMBERLIN'S SODA'FOUNT is in a perfect ' rage, about ihesedays, just np there at Xo. 1, Brick Rrow, where you can find Aristocratic Cigars. Gsnlie-<m -nV Fancy touches, and every thing in our line al lhe •Drug Depot, uncommonly cheap, wholesale and retail. T Julv 7..1817. A.S.CHAMllERLIN. LI ST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office at Athens, Pa., quarter ending June30, 1747. Abbott V MmtAlvah * Andrews C. P. Mill*-l«"o Aldrich John C Murray I. S Arnold O McDole John Brion Nancy Merchant M G Brooks Peter Norbury T S Buck Joseph * 2 Mallery Henry Brown Artemas . Palmer John • Bowman A Raymond EliaW Chapman CD 2 Re IfiVId James 2 Camroel H 8rn«h c B Carriugtoa J Y Steward B M Drake Francia Shilp T Durphy Lyman Snyder Mary A Dilden Robert Swartwood Geo K - Edvra-ds A Forman Nicholas Fsbrun James • » Tracy E 8 Gardner LA , Wilcox Etisha Hyatt elder L B Weaver Jo* Hawkins A West Wm Hyatt M R Mrs. Wooley Wm Jackson Sophia Welkins Mary Cram elder-8 Warren W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

akttl)anoi?f, tec. Nlli^lLH.tJt E. T. FOX, TAKES this method of informing every person who wants to purchase GOODS, that be has opened an entire aiock of NEW GOODS in No. 2, Brick Row, formerly occupied by C. &. E. Reed, one door beiow the Post Office, where he would be happy lo show' any one bis stock who will favor him with a rail; aa he is determined not to be undersold by any one in this or any other Town this side of New York. My stock is very large, consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crorlcfy, Hjrdware, Boots 4- Shoes, tic. A large assortment of Dress Good*, Sucli as Scotch and Linen Ginghams, Gitighum Mucins, Printed and Argandic do., ¦ Oregon m Plaids, t'hmnUrays and Lamaclotiis. Also, A great variety of French, English I And American clotlts, Cassimeres, nestings, Cretan' ' Cloth. Tweeds and Summer Stuffs. lrc.lrc.irc. Don't fail to call, as I will sell for the Ready Rhino a little less,lhan any other live man. Towanda, June 1. 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

J UST received 12 Chests Fresh Teas, soiling from 37 j to 75 cents per lb., warranted good or no sale ¦ »-__•_ - FOX'S. NO. 2. B. B, ClOME one and all and nee the best and cheapest 8u-J gar. Coffee and Molasses in town at June 1. FOX'S, NO. 2. B. R. BOOTS JXD SHOES. A FIRST Tate lot of Gents kip, seal and coarse hoot*, line medium and coarse shoes; also Ladies' fine kid B. B. Tics, Buskins, Gaiters and half (Jailers, and an endless variety of child's shoes at NO. 2 B. R. A FEW Family cases HOMCF.QPATJ11C Medicine, with ilemple's Donjeslic Physician. Also, a few Hull's Laurie al "FOX'S. NO. 2, B. R,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

CROCKERY A GLASSWARE, a first rale assortment at jel NO.2, B. R. 1f\ DOZEN of those cheap Parasols left, which Vc * / selling at reduced prices at NO. 2, B. R. I EtillORN and Lawn Bonnets ; also Leghorn, Pearl -J braid and i'almleaf hats, and a great variety of Caps at _ jel NO. 2. B. R. 'PHE Ladies do say that the largest and prettiest J- assortment of Dress Goods, Ribbons, Parasols, Gloves Hosiery, Arc. in town, is lo'be found at FOX'S. Call and see them, as they are selling from 10 to '36 per cent, cheaper llian al any other Store in town al June I. i NO. 2, B. R. QOf I P'EUES Calicoes, ihesprctliest in town, stlt&\J\J ling from 6 to 15 cents per yard at June 1. ' \ NO. 2, B. R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

SAVINGS BANK. yjjn OFFICERS ELECTED. \ AT an annual meeting of the directors ot the " To- ! wan,la Savings Bank," C. & E. REEL) were . elected in placs of G. E. Flynt ct Co., whose.' term ] expired May 1st, 1847. It is the intention of thXnew Cashiers &. Co., to sustain lhe credit ofthe institution ' by " pulling goods low down " lo pay up customers.— ' We therefore invite our old customers and the public generally to call and examine our stock of New anil Cheap Goods, just received, and convince themselves ofthe truth of the old adage, that "Goods have, cad, and shall be sold cheaper al the Savings Bonk than at any other establishment in Towanda. No. 5. B. R. _M»y 18, 1847. , C. & E. REED. ^n^§J ?iPiFffiiiigiBo.' FOR SALE, a TIMBER LOT, situated in the tp. of Burlington, in this county, containing about 157 acre>, on which is a good mill site. Her further particulars enquire of J. H. HA YNES, al Haw ley's store, Frankli.1. July 7, 1847. . 2m4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

m~ ^ m. m :w r*r Jt imr «fsS- • masaa^ <s>a ^L2.asio RESPECTFULLY informs the citizen* of Towanda, and the public generally that he is prepared to execute in the neatest sty le all descriptions of Sign, Coach or Carriage Painting, or Trimming ; and p;ery varietu of Fancy \ and Ornamental Painting. From his long experience and the many specimens of h;» productions now in use, he entertains a flittering hope that by close application to his profession, and j being prompt to- order bo may secure a suitable share of I public patronage. He may lie found at all times al the j Chair Factory of Tomkiqs & Makinson, where he will be on hand lo attend to the calls of those who may want his serv.res. Towanda) July 6, 1847. Iy4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

iUerri)anbi>, &c. Thomas Elliot & ~ N. C. Tomkins, HAYING associated •bemselvea together in the Mercantile business, hope by eloae application and strict attention to business, to merit a share of publie patronage. They may alwaya be found ready to attend to any person who wishes accomodations in their Ijnc. -> They will occupy the old stand of Elliott ck Mercur, and as it has just Iheen enlarged and made moie spacious and convenisnl, customers will find it very pleasant to do business in. ELLIOTT & TOM KINS. May 27, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

i NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! JUST received and for sale a spl-ndid assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, which will be sold as cheap for Cash as can be found in Northern Penn'a.— Customsrs.will find it to their advantage to call and examine their stock before purchasing elsewhere. \M«y27. ELLIOTT & TOMKINS. ANT quantity of GINGHAMS, just received and for sale by ELLIOTT iTOMKINS. T AWNS of all varieties; also Gingham Lawns very JUi low for cash by ELLIOTT & TOMKINS ^ BOOTS and Shoes, the largest stock in town and cheap aa can be bought in the country by E. & T. SHOES, Ladies wear of all kinds—French Satlin Button Gailers, IV. tip!. Buskins, kid slips. Lasting Gaiter*, jnd a variety of all kinds by £. ctt T. COTTON Yarn, any quantity—also Carpet warp white and colored by E. Si T. LOOKING GLASSES, of every variety for sale by je9 E. «c T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

' < ! | ' IRON of all kinds, English and Swedes, together with rolled and hammered; GLASS as cheap aa the cheapest, and a large stock of N A1LS, by E. & T. OLD Lable Nail Rods, a very large quantity as cheap as the cheapest, cis variety of small iron by E. & T. A SPLENDID assortment Parasols of all sizes, ana of every variety of,Umbrellas by E. ot T. BONNETS,a good variety Leghorn, Straw, Lawn and Coburg, cheap as the cheapest by' B. & T. LEGHORN Hats of all sizes and descriptions, together with a pood lot of nalmleaf by K. &. T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

' A GOOD assortment of Calicoes. In fact, wchave as good an assortment of all kinds ol Dress Goods as you can find in any store in the country. Also, a good assortment Of Cloths, Cassimeres. ond Summer ! wear of all kinds and descriptions as eheafi for cash as the cheapest by E. 6c. T. SHEETINGS and Shirtings, both bleached and un-. bleached rheap as the cheapest by t E. eV T.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

SALT! SALT!! OCtd BARRELS Salt for -ale at / Z\)\) JuneS. MOMTANYES'ACeC New Spring and Summer/tioods. A'. -V. HETTS/ IS now openipg a new aiid splendid assortment of staple and fancy goods at^ h*fs store, (situate on Main street two.ilonrs below Bridge street (west side) nearly opposite Monlanje's^cv Co.) embracing all articles generally kept in lire country, such as Dry Good?; Groceries,. Crockery and Glasswan. Hardware, .\ails. Iron, all the varieties of Steel, Glass, Paints I.inscrl Oil, Lamp Oil i'j-c.' which he offers la purchasers al unusual 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 elsewhere, as he is confident he can offer good bargains. June 1, 1847. _ 1_ _ T)R1NTS, M- 1>« Laincs, Ginghams, Lawns, &c—"X- The Ladies will find a beautiful assoitment at June 9. BEITS*. A GREAT variety of shawls scarfs, parasols Ladies .and Misses' Bonnets ve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

i PAPER HA XGIX GS. THE largest and most beautiful1 assortment of Paper Hangings ever brought into this place, just i received and f^r sale cheap at O. D. BAR'fLE IT'S. Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Hats and Caps, \ Hardware, Bonncls, Crocken/, Hooks ami Stationery, Iron and Steel,' Paner of all kinds. Paints and Oil*. Glass and Putly. NEARLY,every variety of each of the above kinds of Goods on hand at the lowot rate nt O. D. BARTLETT'S. COIL CHAIX. BEST tested coil chain for Bqll whcels-to raw mills and other similar uses just received and for sale cheap by O. D. HARTLETT. BONNETS. " " . A splendid assortment of Leghorn aud straw Bonnets, latest style just received and for sale very low by O. D". BARTLETT. IVUOt. MANTED!! OD. BARTLETT will exchange clolh or other • Goods for Wool on lhe best terms possible. Towanda. June !. 1817. A superior lot .of Lawns, Summer Ginghams, and Monterey 'plaids, a new- article for dresses. Also, prints of all patterns, which are selling eitr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

QUMMER SHAWLS, a beautiful assortment of O Berage, De Lain and Brorba Shawls may be found at the SAVINGS BANK. PARASOLS of every variety and pattern. Also, Umbrellas', are now selling extremely low at the Towanda. May 24, 1947. SAVINGS BAW_K._ BycKmiTeat flour,/ A FFW honored pouftda BUCKWHEAT FLOUR in 50 lb. tacks, a superior article, just received and for sale by' Feb. 23. O. D. DA RTLE'CJ. HAMES ~ A&D HARNESS TRIMMINGS. JUST received a large quantity ol Fine and Common Hames. Also, Plated and Japan'd Hanress Trimming* al Feb. 22. MERCUR'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

. So 8o WiiaUKWBlfi^ HAS just received the largest assortment of NEW GOODS ever brought into Bradford co., which he oners in exchange for t.iSlf. LUMBER, or PRODUCE. Monroeton, May 10, 1847. WSSOT.UTION. ' PHE FIRM of E. Smith 4 Son is tbia day dissolved X by mutual consent. ' All accounts, Stc. due the firmmust he inimediatelv paid. E. SMITH. Towanda, Hay 12, 1817. C.T.SMITH.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

WINDOW & WALL PAPER, a nice variety and dw»P_« BETTS\ HARRIS & BLOODS' Grass scythe* and scythe snaths;also Harris'cradle scythes at BE I'TS'. NEW AND CHEAP GOODS, O. ». Bnrtlett. HAS the pleasure to inform his friends and customers aid the public in general, that he ia just receiving a large and carefully selected stock of seasona-I bio Goods, which, tt heretofore, ho is prepared to sell lower than any BRAGGART. . ! Towanda. June 2. 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

I £egol ^bpertiscments. .-| IrTTHEM ATriiR ~~~~^ Of the partition of the estate of David Pratt, tateofSahion township, dee'd.-—in the Orphan's t'wr/ of Bradford county, of Dec. Term, 1846. THE bear* and devisee* of David Pratt dee'd., to wil: jJEbenexrr Pratt, David Pratt, Aaa Pralt. Jonathan R| Pratt, Wm. Roberta. Uetscy Roberts, Jesse Uriflin. Rachel Griffin, Julius Pratt and'Chester Pratt, are hereby Severally notified lhat the Orphan's Court of Biadfotj county orHhe 8th day of May 1847. did grant a rule] upon them lo come into said court on the first Monday of September next and ih-ct lo take or refuse the estate ot aaid decedent ai the valuation made thereof,' and in case they shall refuse to accept the same, to shew cause if-any they have, why lhe same shall not bej sold. By the Court. , I l.\ MAN E. DE WOLF, Juni 7, 1847. Clerk of, Orph-in's Court. 'AUDITORS NOTICE. ^ Edward Overton vs. Harry Ar, Spalding, Ao. 6-U), September' Perm. ltH3,Itradford.Common Pleas. r*pHE undersig...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 21 July 1847

IN THE MATTER / Of the partition of the estate of Benjamin Brtnki dee'd . Ia!e of Sheshemitn ton hship —iji the Orphan's Court of/Bradford county nf Dec. T. I»i1. / . THE heirs and devisces/ol Benjamin Brink dee'd. to wil: Dani.l Brim:, Brink Smith, Alpheus Toz-r and Calista his wife, Charles Smith, John Smith, Daniel S-'miih, Orapn Smith, Valentine Smith, Jsmes Smith, Wm.Snwth', Rachel Smith,Theodore W. Brink, Henry M'Kjnney and Amanda M'Kinney his wife, and DelilahHtrink and John Brink and their guardian, Orison/Rickey—Orris Brink, Elizihcih Brink, Charles Ururk Julia Brink and John Brink, Jr., and their .guardian John Brink —Elizabeth Bensley, Jumes Brink and Hester Brink, are hereby severally notified that the Oipbsn's Court of Bradford county on the 11th day of May, 1847, did grant a rule upon them to come into Court on the first Monday of September next, and elect lo take or refuse the.estate of said decedent al lhe valuation made thereof, am' in case they shall refuse to acce...

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