Source: The Manchester Republican, July 3, 1873

A.J. SELLERS' merchant tailor, rooms on north side of main street, keeps a considerable stock of clothing. He works two or three hands--and as many feet when running a machine--and manufactures only to order.

Source: The Manchester Republican, February 19, 1874

A.J. SELLERS, fashionable tailor--establishment first door west of the bank. Mr. S. commenced operations here about 7 years ago, and has continued to increase his business and his stock until he now has a full line of cloths, cassimers, vestings and a general assortment of furnishing goods. He manufactures to order according to the latest style, every description of men and boy's clothing, and warrants a fit. He keeps first class workmen and the best of goods. All he asks is a fair trial.