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

BOS SETS. A splpndid assorfnicnt of Leghorn and straw Bonnets, latest style Just received and for safe very low by ' O. D, BARTLETT. IVOOL UASTEOH OD. BARTl.E IT will exchange cloth or other • Goods fur Wool on the best terms possible. Towanda. June I. 18.-17. ______

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

SUMMER SHAWt-S a benuliful »-»nrtmciit of Bersge, Dc Lain and tirovlis Shawl* may be found ,tthe SAVINGS'BANK. - PARASOLS of every variety arid patlirn. Also, Umbrellas, sre now selling exlrnmily low at the Towanda, May 24, 1847. SAVINGS BANK.

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

BUCKWHEAT FLO Ult A FFW hum-red pounds BUCKWHEAT FLOUR in 50 Ih. sacks', a superior article, just received sod for sale by Feb. 'i%. 0; D. BARTLBTT. ilAME* KfW HARNESS' TRIMmFnGS. JUST received a large qimilliv ol Fine'and.Common' Hamcs, Also, Plated and japanM Hanress Trim' mines at . "' , Ten. S3. MK.Rl'l RS.

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

£g So W-L.m^-Mfilf^ HA S just received the larcrsf assortment of NEW GOODS.ever brought into Bradford co, which he otters in exchange for f iStf, LVVBER. r.r s PRODI CE. Monrot-ton. May 10, IK47. .7" DISSOLUTION. 'pHE'f IRM of E. Smith & Son i'» this day dissolved A by mutual consent. All accotii.ls, 4c,. due the firmmust be immedisiefv paid. E- SMITH. Towanda, M.-y I.*, 1817. CT.SMITH.

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

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICED A LL persons indebted lo the estate of J. B. Merrily, -TV latent (irttriville towti-Jiip, dee'd.. are irquestcd lo make payment without delay. a"id those roiv-tng claims against said estate, will please present them duly aUct-trdaio the sukenbrr. JAMES MERRITT. KOSWKLL DUNBAR. Troy. Mav ?0. IR47. Adminifllrainrs. The Saddle and. Harness Business "IS sim continued by ELKA.N' AH SMITH, J. t'KI.P L &.C T. SMITH, under the Kirn, of Elkanah Sunth Sl CD..'al Ihe old stsn.l North si.leol"iruViihtic Square, where n-i'l lie kept constantly on hand Ilci-I Plain and •juiltri' Saddles. Plated mid Common Harness, all kinds of Trunk.-, V-alires, and all other work in their line. Carriage Trimming A> Mi/itari/ work done ttiorder. From their e\penenee and punctuality, ihey arc m hopes to rereivcastaare of public pdlroiiam\ Work tan l»e had at their i-hop as cheap a* at j.inv olher she!- in the co^n'y .of the uir.c n-uli-.v. Mav II', '17

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

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of TRUMAN KINSMAN* lale of Towanda borough dee'd., are hereby requested to make piyment w thout rlcby, and those hiviftg claims against said estate, will please present them duly attested In lhe sul-scritar. L. W.TIFFANY, Administrator. Towanda. Junc 15,1817. •

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

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.. A LL persons indebted to the estate of JOEL -ii. BARNES, late of Orwell township, dee'd., are hereby requested to make payment, without delay, snd those having claims againat said estate, will p.ease present them duly attested in the subscriber, CYPRIAN BARNES. Administrator. Orwell Jane 10. 1847. With the will annexed.

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

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ALL persons imld.lr.1 to the estate of BEN A J AH AI.L'YN, late ol Warren twp;(xlec*d., arc hereby requested lo make payment vrithoUt delay, artd "those having claims againot said rotate, will please present them dulv attested to the suWriln-r. NANCY ALLYN, HENRY C. A1.LY.V;, Warren, May 3,1847. Administrator.

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

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. PCRSL'AN l' to an order df lhe Orphan's Court of Bradford county, will be exposed to public sat" al lhe house ujkmi the premises in* Shestiequin toWoshtp, Bradford county. Pa., on Saturday lhe4tb>day of September, 1S47, at one o'clock P. -M., a)l of lhe certain pieces, lots or parcels of land tying and being in said township, known as lhe Richard Horton farm, to be. sold as the property of Patrick Cummings, dee'd-, bounded a< follows : Beginning at a corner, thence by lots No. 94 and 101, south thirty degrees and 15 minutes, 82 perches to a corner, thence by psrts of tots No. 101, 102 arid 103, south 59 degrees west, 184 perches to a confer, thence aloifig the Sheshequin road, north 64} degrees west, 22 perches, north 6U degrees west, 78 jicrchej* to a corner, and theme by p irts of lots No. 91' and |9'.!, north 5"9 i^ogreea east, 23fi perches to the beginning1, bcingjiart of lots No. 92v93 and 101 in the old township of Claveraclt, one of the sev...

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

IN THE .MATTER Of the partition of lhe estate of Benjamin Brink, dre'd . lale of Sheshequin to:, nship —in the Orjthan's Court if Bradford codiify of Dec. 7'. 1817. THE heirs and devisers ol Benjamin Brink dre'd. to nit: Dani.l Brink, Brink Smith, Alphcas Tozer ond Calista his wife, Charles Smith, Johtf^mith, Daniel Smilh, Orson Smith, Valentine Smith, Jnmes Smith, Wm'. Smith, Richel Smith, Theodore W. Uriuk, Henry MlKinuey and Amanda M'Kinney his wife, and Delilah Brink and Jolui Brink and their guardian. Orison Rickey—Orris Brink, Elixabeth Brink. Charles Brink, Julia Brink and John Brink, Jr., and their guardian John Brink — Elizabeth Bensk-y, Janu-s Brink and Hester Holmes, are hereby severally notified fhat the Orphan's Court of Bradford county on the 1 1th day of May, 1847, did grant a rule upon them to come into Court on the first M inday of September next, and elect to take or refuse the estate of said decedent at the valuation made thereof, an-1 in case they shall refuse to...

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

IN HIE MATTER Of the partition of Ihe estate of Dav>d Pratt, late of Canton township, dee'd.—i)fthe Orphan's Citirt of Bradford comity, of Dee. Term, 1816. THE hi-iis and devisees of David Pratt dee'd..tn nil. Ebenezer Pratt, David Pratt, Asa 1'rslt. Jonathan R. Pratt, VYm. Roberts; Betsey Roberts, Jesse Griffin, Rachel Griffin.Julius Pratt and Chester Prult, are. hereby severally notified lhat the Orphan's Court of Biadloid county on the 8th day of May 1847, did grant a rule upon them to come.into said court ou lhe lir.-.l Monday of September nexl and i-lecl to lake or refuse the estate of said decedent al the valuation made thereof, arid in case tliey shall refuse to accept the same, lo show cau^c ll any they have, w hy lhe t-amu shall nol be sold. By the Court. UMAN E. DE WOLF, Jnn-"7, 1847. Clerk of Orphan's Court.

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

- Pto*Jt>prh &bnertii:m'GlU»f PreiniBiiisf Awarded to Leri Brown,-By the AmerltM iBtliltite tn Gold Ptas> • IN | fl40—A Silver Medal for' 8uj prior GolS-Peris."i> 1841—A Diploma foi Gofd Pe is, - 1812—A Diploma fertile best Hold Pens.' 1843—A Diploma fur tbe best Gold Pins'. 1844—A Diploma I'or'superior Gold Pens. _ 1845—A Sifver Medal for the jest Gold Pens? 1846—A Silver Medal'for' the jeslGbldPvns. This is to certify, lhat lhe above is a true copy frocf ajic records of the Ameriran Inslitut I ¦HENRY MEIGS, | Em^S Kcc. Sit. of the A nerican Thstltcl.e."

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

A Woolen Factory at Home. XII E subscribers take pleasure ir announcing to the citizens of Biadford county ami vicinity, lhat the* hijvr- leased foi a term of years lh< building equate ifi Wvalusing low nship, and known a i IngWiiis Factory, and » hich they are now filling up iviUi mae'hihe'ry and apparatus fcir 'he manufacture of broad and narrow cloths, ujihu-Is, eke., in superiors!; 1c snd on the matt reasonable terms, 'those wishing o have wool piairu-I'.ictured upon shares will find it I i their advantage (V> uivr them a call, as they arc deter! nincd fhft rio pains shall be spared lo give the most pr-fect satisfaction.— They work Wool into Broad or mi row creased cloths for one! half- the cloth, or if pre fern d, they will manufscturelby the yard as follcws :*— Btnad cloths for from il to 31.25 , Narrow cloth, liom |4 to 60rts. Other" articles! manufactured for proportionate pficesV , .. Wool canling and ctotli ilrrssing will be done on short nlnlice and reasonab...

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

NEW DRY GOODS',' Corner or Slain and Itriitgre StrUth JUST OPENING, at the corner of Main c*j Bridge -street, a well-sclecled assortnviil of new aod rash ionabfe DRY troOPS; wnic'S wit ba sold oa|o'suall> low for ready pay. The stock con sists in paK of ,. Saliuell, flannel, gingham, alpacca the cheapest lot df prima in town, edgings, insertings, Swiss and cambric muslins, linsey, canton f annel, drilling,* 'bleached and brown mu-lin, (not to bo surpassed} ticking, check cashmere,' cotton, wool end buck gloves, coilon hose, suspe l-Vrs,* , German' handdrchfs,' . cotton add pongee h dkfs, gingham cravats, plaid shawls/ , wool comforter?, cotton tapes, patent - thread, sewing silk, cotton balls, packs * pins, needles, spool cotton, t ooka and eyes,". au*|>ender, shirt and metal buttor s, with many olher articles, usually found in a stirs, not meqlionej. The public ar'elnvifed fo call anil examine the stock before purchasing elsewhere, as ihi y wilt be sold cheaper ihan s...

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

FARM FOR »ALE. a .dJSjMfc Tlfll subscriber offcis for sale on iWsofty •j^S^K^' 0 u'!ra'. >he valoaitc.FARM formerly V^srS^tp owned snd rtow occupiid by Joseph C.Povv-<M||^ ,,11 efl. Esq.. srtuale one 'm le north of the boro ol lowniida. The lot contains-FlFTY acres of gooll farming land, licarly all impro»r<l, with a large and commodious dwelling house, two bams, an apple orchard, and a variety of olher choice fruit trees I hereon. Kor farther paiftculars, -r ipply to the suVscriber at Mi ofRre fn the ttorough of Tnwandii. June 28. 1847. WILLIAM KLWELL, Agent I 1ST OP LETTERS remaining m the Post Office J at Troy, Pa,, quarter ending lune, 30. 1.847.. . Bassett R S. McStniiid Daniel 'Z Bassett A B Mclnliwh Malhfaa Bessley Etias * Masori Sb|ihronia MW Brown A R ParkhiirslD D Bonfocy C S Pierce Luna Miss 1 Chester George 2 Provin Wm Chase Wm R Parkhlirst t)aniet Comfort Lovina Peters "A Ipheiis Calkins.Sarah T MH Roll'm i Aaron Evans Wm T Robbins John W Fisher Phi...

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

THJE'i'^'V CLERK [ Ci nWft/ from first Page.] 1iank Thee that Thou feast given them thus early lo see the value of iiihix-ein c ami the po«er of ufeetioii.'1 When ho finished, Mr.-s Jlalhaway, ruge comforted, and said. '• I almost liiru>it it stormed, hither." And i-h.-' did proceed will a' step simpwhat .lighter, and uJV"nrt sonicwh.-u' lens faint. MTiili her preparation* for jtunerJ or .us our country-iulk (fill cnUW'. supper. /Herofe fitfueitofteu atulanvit-usly to tlie ch» k. TSkfT I irked i lit on the road tlie Colonel was lo come—remarked thai tlie sicum «rew heavier—:u'i,l \vi lulled nimiii nml a^tiii il li'iitll were on her way to .Vitally.' J'ri'seu'K :i sh-ii/li-bell wan heard : Unit w.t-noi Col. Mile-', hul utmthet rii-i-_'lil-or. leiimiiiii- from m'-i-rtiit--'. >>1m called, wilh si niessa-.'e from the kind Comniel.— '• TIkj m';ul tt-a* iml.in.':.he «-iil tliem uor<l :-;il mi-jlit not c-oiiii- till daik. bill he would wait nil it did /-onie.'' ...

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

NEW ESTABLISHMENT «I^ M. NYE &. CO^ woniarcspcctlly inform the cHiiens of Towanda and the public generally, that they have on band & manufacture to order all kinds bf CABINET FURNITURE, of the.best materials, and workin^nshipthatcannot . be*D>pa»sed,inadditi»ntOtbeusual assortment.in country shops, we willkeepon handand make to onler SOFAS, of various and most approved patterns; Sofa Rocking Chairs, upholstered in superior style, and for ease and' durability Cannot be surpassed even in our large cities. Also, the half French Mahogany Choir, beautifully! upholstered, wilh curled hair, which never loses its elasticity, and" finished with; (lie best hair seating. Wc Hatter ourselves that having had much eiperieace in Ihe businssa, we shall be able to satisfy^all who may feel disposed to call, both as to quality and price, and by strict attention to business hope to merit and receive .the patronage of a liberal community.. . I.. M. NYE & CO. Towanda, Septe...

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

C,*Utrjt' ET WttJi'lTVUE MAV UK HAD at our shop much lower than U hbs ever been sold in Towanda. Goods arc cheap, arid, wheat ant lowered, and that is the reason wc can afford all fox to*do it. AH kinds ol produce will be leceived inpayment! Also, LUMBER of all kinds. Sent. I. ' ** I.. M. NYE 4 CO.

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

«sC2*3»JEr*JBErmj»r«Se5 WILL be kept on band a large assortment, and made In order on shorter notice and fur less raonpy.than can he produced at any-other establishment in the land. Those who are under.the necessity of procuring.that article will and shall be satisfied. A good hearse und pall mav be hud in attendance,when desired. September 1, 1815. L. M. NYE cV CO. hc.j\m3:c,^j hi*&®\i}~<o'&vx', In Towanda. HM. BAKEK respectfully informs the public that • he has commenced the UK A VE-STON K businesN, in all its briiriches, u't Towanda, where ha will be leady at alliliines lo attend to all calU in his line. Monumefits, Tomb-luhlrs, Gravestones, of every dcscriptionsQc, cj-c, made to order, and furnjshed as cheap as WORK and MAKBI.E of Ihe sanifl uuality can be obtained at any shop in (he country. ¦ He invites the public to call and examine his work and materials, hoping to merit their patronage by strict attention to business, and by superior workmanship and g...

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

A*** i&. -T *IE 4**** m11^' ama atf*"^v***,rtSLL*s M^ar *?* «n»*tawt CHAlBa ""f^ r~m&3tL tJJJ »ETTEEb of -«2iV?i 1» 1 fl l \l "^j wbict s*. wiu ^f ^ ri^. f 1 VJ\ rasl>«>r rjreduce, or Wv *» • *»—T or tucunJber c» air nfa-t "H 4 ScantlinsjJ3 feet long-eiihcJ Buuonwoo.1 n "IV or Maple, ^iil also be received ffor our work' '***> Turning)doueto ord^fn ihej neatest m,nn TOMKINS (£ MACimL TowandL Feb. S3, 1847. ! " "At «N%S.

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