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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

Alrtchimbi?r, fHu hew mfmm m te. t. rox; ' rxAKES this method of informing evert person who ¦ Jk wanu to purchase GOODS, that he has opened an entire stock of NEW GOODS in No. S, Brick Row, formerly occupied by C. & E. Reed, one door be.W the Post Office, where he wouldlbe happy to show any one bis slock who will favor him with a call; as be is determined not to be undersold by any one in this or any other Town Una aide of New York. My stock is very huge, Consisting of ".' .. Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery, Hardware, Boots It Slioes, Ire. ¦ A large assortment of Dress Good*, Such as Scotch and Linen Ginghams, Gingham Muslins, Printed and Argandie do., Oregon Plaids, Cliambrays and Lama cloths. Also, 1 A great variety of French, English And American cloths. Cassimeres, resting/, C'rotou Cloth. Ttceeds and M Summer Stuffs. At. Ay. At , Don't tl«jl,to call, as I will sell for the Ready Rhino a little tegs than any other live man. Towanda, June .1, 1847. ' ¦ — W^i.' *- , . JUST ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

BOOTS JXD SHOES. A FIRST rate (ot of Genu kip, aeal and coarse hoots, fine medium and coarse shoes; also Ladies' fine kid B. I). Ties, Buskins, Gaiters and half Gaiters, and an endless variety of child's aboes at NO. 2 B. R. A FEW Family cases HOMEOPATHIC Medicine, with Hem pie's Domestic Physician. Also, a few Hull's Laurie at FOX'S. NO. 2, B. R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

CROCKERY o> GLASSWARE, a first rate assortmental jel , NO. 2, B. R. "I f\ DOZEN of those cheap Parasols left, which are J. \J selling at reduced prices at NO. 2, B. R. LEGHORN and Lawn Bonnets; also Leghorn, Pearl braid and Palmleaf hau, and a great variety of Caps «t jel no.'a. b.r; j TH E Ladies do say lhat the largest and prettiest assortment of Dress Goods, Ribbons, Parasols, Gloves Hosiery, ckc in town, is to be found at FOJCeS. Call and see them, as tliry are selling from 10 to 45 per cent, cheaper than at any other Store in town at June I. NO. 2, B. R. OAA PIECES Calicoes, the prettiest in town, sel-*vU ling from 5 to 15 cents per yard a( June 1. NO. 2, B. R.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office at Athena; Pa-, quarter ending June30, 1747. Abbott C MoitAlvah Andrews C. Pi W'"« *¦"• - Aldrich J-hn-jt;-- . Murray L 8 Arnold O -"-. McDole John Brion Nanr^ , Merchant M G Brooks Peter INorbury T 8 Buck Joseph - 2 Mallery Henry Brown Artrinas Palmer John Bowman A Raymond Elias Chapman CD S Rel6r|d James 2 CammelH 8m»,h _?„n Carringlon J Y ^"V*B * Drake Francis Shilp T -, Durpby Lyman Snyder Mary A Dilden Robert SwartwooJI Geo K Edwa-ds A Furman Nicholas Fabron James Tracy E^,. ;. Gardner LA Wilcox Ellsha Hyatt elder L B Wesver Jos Hawkins A 4 Weal Wm Hyatt MR Mrs. Wooley Wm Jackson SopHia Watkina Mary Cram elder H Warren Wm Knickorbacker Ailelia York L«™« Livingston!, C. H._IIERRIPK. P: M-_ First lot of New Goods in Towanda. MONTANYES-' At CO. am receiving a huge and general assortment of Spring and Sommer Goods which will be disposed of at wholesale or retail at reduced prices. April.20, 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

S.1LT! SALT!! £y(\(\ BARRF.LS Salt for .ale at ZAjKJ JuneS. MOMTANYES' A CO. New Spring and Summer (roods. s. A butts. IS now opening a new and splendid assortment of staple andYanry gotxls at his store, (situate nn Main street two doors below Bridge slreet (we>t side) nearly opposite Montanye's cV Co..) entl-racing all articles generally kept in lhe country, such an i Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Glasitcare. Hardwire. .Xnils, Iron, nil Ihe varieties of 81eel. Glass, Points Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil ,y<\ which he offers to'purchascrs al unusual low prices for Cash,. Produce, or approved crcilit. And would respectfully invite all who wish to purchase to cull and examine hta goods and prices before purchasing elsewbero, as be is confident he can offer good bargains. June 1 1847.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

£egoi QUoetliscinetUs. sjSSiSFirsiLR BY virtue of sundry writ! of venditioni exponas isakwd out of the court of common pleas of Bradford eo., to roe directed, I "hall expose 10 -public aale at the house of THOS P WpODRCFF.in the borough of Towanda, on Monday, tlie sixth day of September mil, at 2 o'clock, P. M-, lhe following piece ot parcel of land, in Ridgbcrry township, bounded north by lands df Perrin. Barnharl. west by land* of Howard F. Burt, south by. land of David Burl, and east by land ol Buckhart and Mifia Ca'r. Containing fitly acres, ab-ul twenty aires thereof impioved, wilh a »ma!l orchard, Ii® house and log bam sherenn. Seized and taken in execution at the split of Mark A. •Sur t vs. John M'Dowell. ALSO—A piece or parcel of land in Athens township, bounded north .and east by iand of Isaac Khepnrd fioulh by lands of Israel Mead, amd west by lhe jnisi niad h-ading from Athens to El mil a. Coalaiuing almuUl acre, more or less, all improved, wi-h one framed bnusW, and one ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

Shaving and flair' Dressing. Solomon Copper, RESPECTFULLY informs bis old friends and pat'rons, that having been Oh I it; -d to abandon, bis former stand oh lhe afternoon of the 12th ult., tie is now permanently located on lhe wc st side of the public square, two doors north of Brie, gs' tavern. Grateful for past favor-*, he hopes by supe ior skill and attention to merit an increase of patronage in future. He will alwajs keep op lion 1 a supply of, oils, es'seiices, perfumery, and whatevci in necessary to give atflfctrceablc finish lo his nperali ins, and wiTT spare no pains in his endeavors to adapt hi 1 style to suit the varying tastes of bis customers. «. ALSO-r-^hampooiiing for re* onng an J a mire preventative to keep the Hair'from ailing out. or turning grtv, fof a beautiful head otfiair is a powerful aoiitiarv. LIt>T OF LETTERS remaining in" the P.-O Towanda, Pa., quarter endwnr June 30, 1847. Al'oway Wm' Jone, Uaac D Rev Brisks Francis J over lames Dlake^ce E D - KiUt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

DISSOLUTION. I^HE ro-paiinVt^hip heictiforo. existing between I C. $. E. REEDm- Ihisdjy dissolved by mutual consent. The accoumsNioles, rVc., due the firm lit left wi'h Cliarles Reed, No.\ f . R, for collection. , CHARLES REED Towanda, May 21. 1817. EDWARD REEf). COME TO TllEJ l^SCUE ! rj^HE subwnl»ers having met wilh «evcre looses- by A ihn lale lire in Towanda, is wftHtas other loasei*,, earnestly r.ipu-st thai tlinst- xvh > Un-aw* ihcinsetvrsi illdel,!,-,) mfi\ mnV- every effort pussilje to put tis in fuodatliat we may be able lo me»t ojr honest eiigagemen** and coiittmie our business. MaS'TANYES & CO. ^'i MONTANYE'S .X: CO. ImviJ removed iheir liusines-s Mluation. a few doori below Budge .<lieet where t|iev in end trt aeromi"->«fa'e theif cii*-i->mers on ibeit usual lil-eral leliii*. \x'e have now on hand a fair supply of Goods adapted lo ihe spring trail e. Which will be disposed el al s-resilv ieducc-1 pnres, compared wjth vhegred* <r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

Ne» Stboetliccmtnits, ^~ REGISTER'S NOTICES. NOTICE u hlrtby given to all persons interested, tbat Gabriel sting tad Solomon C. Kinner, axettter.efU»e!ta««or . Asa Kmner, dictated, Utt af Ram* •ownsbip j and Benjamin Buffington, iJB»iu»trWo«-«l>«"«?,f»f J , f Prestrim _Buffingtcm, deceased, i„e of Warren toVihip; and George W. Shattock, ^asUuatritoroflha eaUta af ' '. ' Shubel, Maynard, deceased, Istt of Tray township; and Elihu Case and A. D. g^inf, administrator! af the estate.of x ^^ Ckauncey Mors* , deceased ,-MM «f Troytownahip ; and John B. Parcel and A.C. gcett, administra tor! af the estate of Nicholas Parcel, deceased, late of Rklfbaty towoahip; and William H. Overton, jsjririnr administrator af the estate of 7 William B. Swain, deceased, 1st* of Athena township; and DavioTPalmer and H.D. freeman, administrator* of the estate of H, 2V. Ward, deceased, Jiltaf Trey township;;and David- Brewer, surviving aimiowtritor of the estate of • Amine Clark, deceased, lite of Rid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

i it, F3^ ITIJIESlIa ¦JJJ^ Wuty »f New Goods!! T«!!.^,i|Bri ¦»»• fenned taam»el»e! into a « Sk^^" pu""" W •»»»«• ofH.XlNNEY & CQ. TE8iPr?01 ; 0Bder *«"•»». of KINNEY & SATaH »*ah l ""7 may at all rimes be found ready sasai »eW° T"au«0«n«" »ilh the good things of life H <+^M, s* °* to hri iB Bradford County. Hard bH %s«V s r,unrt»" •" *'ndi of produce taken in exaasltaln' ^ q»""i«roT bu tter wanted at the Urgest ^ ui eichangefpfgooo^ H.KINNEY. H^sW^-.S O.D. SATErLEE. M^ggawJ|y 10 1847.E.8ATERLEE. asasl 0 ^=~ht ^* ' *&*** »nd Children's, a large va^- ^m '-^gjwjda t- je9 UETTH'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

a ^^^^wi^M' yKrjmjac.^m . r-'riJjifc' BERfcUR, have removed their ' " ¦ 'a* fw to ^ Sion formerly occupied by if. t °<>M, rwrtli aide of the public scfaare, where preparea y, supply &««• customers as hereto-( I^H^^WM^Iardi 17, 1847. H^ H!l!lka lr<miHo™e 8hoe' Ro"*d Band; Nail rods ^l^m7f,l0 'N*»». Steal of all kinds will be sold *<¦ ' B. KINGSBERY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

AUDITOR'S NOTICE. Samuel Coolbaugh to thctuse of D. F. Barlute, m, WUlard C. Green. JVo. 210. Dec. T. 1846. Bradford Common Pleds. / THE undersigned, having been a'ppo'ihted auditor to __ distribute moneys rahnd by virtue of execution iswJ in the above suit, will attend to the duties of his H "WwUhertl at bit office in Towanda Borough, on Satlain lbs 4th day .of Sept. next, at two o'clock in the H *«raoon; at which, lima and place all persons interest-B ^uirequired to present their claima before him, or be H "%M frturi coining, in upon said funds. J JalyjO, 1847. WILLIAM WATKINS. Auditor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

• tJlSSdLTJTlOlS. . ^| THE co- partnership heretofore existing under - the jL' UMor H KLNNEY.dcCO^ at Sheshequin. was JU **'*«' by mutual consent on the first day. ot Juno ^ ¦.T*-. The Books aid accoqpis will be. founed at the H *1«tati<l open and reaoy for aettlemenL ^.KINNEY. . „ O.D. SATERLEE, * * CF.wnLLSJR. *J«*eqoin July 10 1847. N. C. HARRIS, sH Int PCT*°°* sriowing tbemaelves indebted ¦ to the old H aBk °^* Walk op t0,tn * Ciptaini, office and not only ssasl k!z . 1*' °Pm co»»! will be made after aixty daya ^"•"^'iwcwgranW. A ' B -*!*fVui_JulylO I8i7, H.KJNNEYdrCO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

BONNETS, of every style bought cheip for cashalso, a lot of PARASOLS, will be sold at cost to ticat the lot, at No, 8, Brick Bow. CREED. . AT THB SAYINGS BANK may be found the -tt. cheapest GROCERIES in town. A few articles of which we will etiumerate; vli:—Aj rsupenor article of blact of potichong tea ; green teas of all prices and SMnuUes; old Java, Rid and Laguira coffee, crushed, powdered and mhacovada sugar', molasses, sperm and tuuld candles, lamp and linseed oils, raisirfs. fish, &c. July at. asNO.5, BRICK ROW. pLOTHS, CA8SIMERES it. VES PINGS—also v> striped check and btown linens, gambroons, sumaerstutis, tweeds, of all prices and qualtities, may be purchased at (he Savings Bank, No. 8, Brick Row. July 21. C. REED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

ORPHAN'S., COURT SALE. ^ ptirsihince of att order of the Orphan's Codrt of 1 Bradford county, Held al Towahda, ih and for said ¦hjonly, on tVe 14th diy of May, A. D. 1847, will he unosed to aale by public v-ndnew outcry on tbe pretsaa, oil WedHesday the 28th day of July, A. D. 1847, ul o'clock P. M., the following piece of land situate Id lhe towUshlp' of Springfield, bounded nor th by the twnty toad leading from Troy to Tioga Point, and by indi of Sylvester Leonard, east by lands of Oliver Gates nd lands of Paul ShemWay, south by lands of Stephen bio, and west by lands of Daniel Bartlett and J. W. Kercar end lands of Lemuel Faulkner. Containing sue' hundred acres 61 thereabouts, with a two story •timed dwelling house; a framed barn and other ou£ iouia thereof! erected, and an orchard thereon. 1%i Dote will be sold as the property of Benjamin M'Afiee fa'i—Terms made Ihowh on the diy of sale. 70Et P.M'AFEE. . . X BENJ.J.M'AfEE. June 23, 1847. Executors of Benj. M'Alee.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

ORPHAN'S COURT SALE. IV pursuance of an order of the- Orphan's Court of Bradford county, held at Towanda on the lemri iijofMay 1847, will be exposed to sale by_(>ublic tjnJae or outcry, on tbe premises, on Thursday tbe Ulhday of August next, it 1 o'clock P. M-, tbe fullowioidescribed lot of land situstein thetownahigof Troy, md bounded as follows ! North by land of 5-— Ward, «ut by lands of James Dewltt, south by land of Wm. Hirrison, and west by the highway leading from Granlille to Trey. Containing one hundred acres or thereibouu,being land of which Wm. Knox, deceased, fate of Troy township, died seized. .Terms made known ontbe ity of sale, j CHARLES DRAKE, I' A. MORRISON, July 26,184b. Ad's of Wm. Knoi. dee'd. • r/iia W*v tar Bargekln*. t)AkAPOL^, StJN SHADES AN * ti iSUMMER r STL'FFS, selling at enst, at FOX'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

¦ TTTHEREA8, my wife, LA VINA DUNN, has left fW my bed and board, without any just cause or prcTjcstion , this is hereby to caution any person from huboring or trusting- her on my account as I will pay 10 debts sr cTemands*of her contracting; ' Rome. Aug. 2,1847. PATRICK DUNN. STRAYED OR STOLEN,^ FROM tbe enclosure of tbe subscriber on the night of the 29th of July, ult., TWO BAY HORSES 4 yean oKl, with blick manes and tails. One without ¦ hoes, high-life ahd a good traveler, but not broke to rate. The; one with shoes, baa the off hind foot while. Wslls, Aug. 2,1847; MARTIN FRIES. -"* W2&32KK2 a <35J<a^y» ~ L-sii'^ iEsrna® &vi? i^iiWi OFFICE over the atom ofE.T. Fox, No. 2, Brick Row. Towanda, July 28,1847. nlWILMOT,' O. i.GBofw.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

DRV GOODS.—Everything in the line of Dry Goods usually kept in (his country, or ever wanted for use. can be found at No. 3. The said goods were purchased in New 'York after .the great rush was over, and when there Was a gresx depression in lhe Markets, and consequently were bought clieaper and shall be sold cheaper than any stock of good-i in Bradford county:— This is true, if we do say it ourselves, and if yon don't tiejleve it. Just drop in'at No. 3, where the children cry rb-comc! and you will vbecome convinced that goods cnri be sold cheap in Towanda. "'WM. K. BAIRD At CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

BO OTS Sc SHOEH—Men's Calf and Morocco boots, and Congress gaiters, and Ladies shoes of every descripuon at ' BAIRD'S. PAINTS 4 OILS—Linseed, Lamp and Tanner's Oil — White Lead, dry and ground Venitian Red, and all kinds of Paints for sale al the cheajiest store in Towanda. BAIRD'S NO. 3, B. R. I^ISH,—Mackerel, Shad, and Codfish in great abundance at BAIRD'S, GROCERIES—The best article of Tea Coffee Sugar, Rice,Tobacco, etc.. can l« found at BAIRD'S. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Reporter — 4 August 1847

SALT—-100 bblfl. Salt just received and for sale i at BAIRiVS, NO.3, B. R. I I^L OI R.—60 sacks of first rate flour just received and for sale at BAIRD'S, NO. 3, B.R. New Arrival al No. 1, Brick Row! .1. S. Chetmbertin, IS new riceiving, and offers for sale at the DRUG DEPOT, No. 1, Brick Row. a Jarge addition f> his former stook) eonsisting of every variety of m Grocrricj, Drrm and IHrdieinrs. Dye Staffs, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, Fancy article! &e. which will be sold at wholesale or retail, at unusually low prices. Terms CASH. Towanda, June 16, 1847.

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