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E. ASHMUN PansoNs, Argus. -
• Gertrude Kellogg at.blerour Hall, Dee.ls. ,
Secure your.Eeata early.
The borough fire apartment offv!era. will
tleeted ou the third Monday evening or
The free lunch at Tidd's soon last Saturday
vening wai a delicious :wilted pig. It was
Prof. Larnoratia , opened his dancing school
cveninglast, in Mercur Hall. with
large bud cele4 dabs.
liiruia has • 1491(1 hie baggage exprem
•11 e nd buguers to hie !mother, and is now,
,unning a- public hack.
Miss Nlay Itobertg and TlieSterlink CUtnedy
Company playel. "Hazel Kirk', to a full
!wage at Mereur Hall, last evening;
IN't.c.k4e shown a few days ago an tlegant
fwidied crimping iron, the work of Mr. Chas.
Scott. It wag made entirely by hand, and
wao very beautiful.
Thera is n , small-pox to Tc)wa ntla. A re
i.,rt circulated last week that there was
a case in town, bat it has proven entirely
without truth. _
doilaing and Wm. Chamberlin have
gunt:to Philadelphia to uttena the session of
Nheonic Grand Lodge. Policeman Dimmock
co , mpamed them.
Aivonl k Sou, publ6hers of the Itecieter . „
announce that they will commence at the bei,
giuhing of the new year the publication of
m..ekly local agricultural paper.
C:Aft McKee, who •learned thO printing
its!, in the Republican °Mee, bat, who.has
it•o,i.tly been attending the Susquehanna
L.••••.itute, Is now teaching school
.kl 4 lull tuwnship.
31: . . E. T. Fix, a prominent Towanda
mt.:Th:la% was in. the city yeakerday.--E/-
,„;•, 1 Adurilist's:, of Saturday.
Ai11. ,, a,;11 banker Fox 113:late's the "sugar,"
Mr. A il,rtiser, you are a little off.
14 expected that the re•layiug of the
rpip,•s will be finished by the eud of next
tk. The new oipea are of heavy. rolled iron
and Hill stand all the pressure they be called
Ilpoli to bear.
tht. Messiah (Uuivermalidt),
pastor, at 10:30 a. m., subject.
Parables of the Judgment," (see Matt.
chsp.) At 7p. m., "A Crisis in the Ile
;1;1 , World."
Summers House at Moirocton, will
:144114, proprietors en JAIL ist, D. H. Dodge
rc , 1.,0); from the propriet nslitp. Mr. Geo.
W. W,suck will become the new lindlord, and
bv.peak for him a liberat.p.itronage, as he
a.) doulit mike a first-class Hotel keeper.
.1. Mason Esq., Treasurer elect of
11.1. is about to resign as Postmaster
st I,,p.orte. The name of B.lintiel F. Colt is
cu :Aimed as his succeisor, and petitions are
elreulation asking that - be appointed.
/0 ,sio Recirte.
riertrilda Kellogg at Mercar, Hall, Thus
ay evening, Dec. 13, 1881. Miss Kellogg is
sa ~;iitioniit of the very first rank, who will
not need any reeommerrl to TawanJa people,
lia.A many friends: and admirers here,
rud will no doubt have a full house.
TU. icupreseion .that, the potato crop was
eb9rt, this year, has about-exploded. Eat
;au japers have predicted that plenty of
tubt.n, could be bought tot. half a dollar it
tql,ht-1 by the first of January.- Pau 'em
D. v. stedge, who has been for some time
,:,4,iged in an Elmira tonsorial establish
akut, has 'returned to Towanda and opened
Larber shop in the building formerly oocn-
plt.d by Mallory's coal dna& Mx. Stedga is a
:::st-class workman, and his many friends will
Le 4111 to have with ris again.
S:.ett of Sayre, who was taken iak while
visit to h.s parents in To.vanda, last
ar:k, his quite recovered hi 4 ilia health.
•L'llituonal report that he hit been es
ixtall-pox was all a hoai. Ile bad
v.ican/Wii and canght I. Know s how
311 yUllthAr, ell ?
Benjamin Ball, who had been under ball for
;11::14, wad given up by his surety on Tues
iy afternoon, and whou Sheriff Dean wilder
eJuvey him to jail, he bacsm
~a 4 an r3fusad to bs pat in durauoe
:-.4-Police Botris cams to the relief of the
Goliether lOW a couple of other da
b-, and Benjamin was carried bodily to the
hi, nut, however, without having hia toilet
W 4. hive received from the Tiogs Hose Co.,
Watet lyN.Y..' an invitation card to their
Annul Reception to be given at the Opera
'cit. cif - Toes lay evening, Dec. 27th, 1831,
c Which oar thanks are due. Their recap
arc noted for their elegance, and the
)4a Loym are a very soctible crowd. The
.nititi,a is accompanied by the names bf the
I!_ceptl,)a and Floor Committees) in hand
.ll,ly engraved script printed on. fine (iris
board card. , Among the &caption Cam-
I:tee appear the names of Robt. A. Packer
all Asriitarit Postmaster General Richard
Ltt:ey No. 119, G. A. R., of Leßoy,
tleard, the foUovriug officers on Friday even
az, Dm 2.
C-4. Bubert . •
V•C—B. C. Holcomb.
I V C -S. C. lictchen.
A l l-4.1 A. Holcomb:
—Geo. C. Crutut. ; •
kki*-4. S. Whipple.
p•-•lvgatc i to Gran . l Eucampment--F. 'J.
bus. - •
A4:oate-11. A. Holcomb.
th, Nzular meeting of Franklin Stearn
Company, No. I. held Friday evening
2, the tollowing officers were elected for
„,!ig 3 , ear.
j li ent —I. B. II amphrey.
Pre,ident —E. Walker, Sr.
Foretnau--Jas. A. Bull.
' lit Ats't —Geo. Fairchild.
'' —E. E. Frutchey. •-.
Engineer—J. C. Lang. •
i , itte -E. Walker, Jr., Jo!. Shelp,_ H. Wat
*Pt. iti."ll. Nutt. •
- Sic.retary—Ei. C. Powell.
Fluancisl Seey-31. Decker.. •
Artaturer—J. W. Geiger: -
PlPszuen —Jet Tate. liegnea IBlieolleg, J.
C. Turner, J.B. Ilam"”'
Tr4 ' , tees- . -W. W. Pitcher, E. Frost.
rt,e Police—W. W. Pitcher, H. H. Bow
, 11 4 be seen some of the most handsomely
LLlstrsto Holiday books ever offered for sale
• lands. The works of standard authors,
ti egult bMdinge, maf brad Yea CiteriPb%
-:-.ltev,' Geo. D. Stroud of Tankbaniook was
in town on Monday list. . • • • • .
J. Culver, Erg., superintendent of the
U. B. amber cane experimental farm during
the past reason, is now at his home ifir Wysox.
—Mrs. Julia Cranmer, of Monroe.. accom
panied by her child, visited hermother. Mrs.
Kinney; on Chestnut street, a few days since.
—Mrs. Major O'Brien or Duluth. Minnesota,
will spend some months' with her parents,
Mr...and Hrs. Wm. Reeler. on Second street.
—Hop. Deter Rockwell, E. B. Parsons and
E. Pomeroy.' with other Prominent citizens
of Troy. were in town on Monday last.
• Lieut. C. B. Batterlee is enjoying a fur-
lough at the home of his parents in Monroe
—Mr. Chas;ficott has been engaged by O.
S. Fitch as salesman in his Confectionery
Diagram open on Monday nest at Kirby'i
Drug Store for Gertrude Kellogg.
Pocket Book ./Flowsiidi
In Towanda, on Saturday last, . s pOciet
book containing a_ small sum of Money.. The
owner can have the same by calling at this
office, proving property and paying for
Arrest of s .14)rim.
A young man named A. W. Jackson repre
sented himself as the son of a Mr. Spalding,
a depositor in the Mansfield bank, 'Tioga
county, Pa., and received the money on a
forged note, Mr. Ross the banker followed
him to Towanda on. Saturday list Officer
Buena arrested Jackson pad as he was du
ishing his dinner at the Ward Rouse. Re
was accoMpanied by "his girl" and lingered
so long over the dessert that the officer inter
rupted his enjoyment of a Second piece of
pie. Constable Welles accompanied ;
prisoner to Troy and there banded him over
to a Tioga county officer:
The next meeting of the Chautauqua Lit
erary and Scientific Circle will be held at the
residence of Mr. EL 8. Smith, at the foot of
Chestnut street, Friday evening December
9, at 7 o'clock. rbe Itsson for the evening
will be a review of " Man's 'Antiquity and
Language "—Chautauqua text book No. 29=
from the first to the fifty-second page, inclu
sive: The first 25 questions on "Man's An
tiquity," as contained in the Chautauquan
for December, will he used in the review. It
is expected that the next meeting will be
one of unusual interest and a full attendance'
of members in requested. Essays on various
subjects will be read by different members
of the Circle. All who are interested in the
Circle work are cordially invited to_ be pre
On Tuesday afternoon last, toward evening,
an old stage' horn wrs beard in the distance,
and as it came nearer, it was observed to be
a uew stage loaded with men, which had putt
been run out of the paint shop for F. T. Bil=
lings, while on his team Was a new harness
made by Asa Nichols in this place, while the
stage was made and ironed by W. D. Chaffee,
and painted and trimmed in goOd style by B.
H. Beardsley. ,Nr: Billings drives the Le-
Baysyille.and Owego route, via heath, War
ren-Ceuter and South Owego . , and will spare
no pains,to snit all who favor bim with their
patronage:, The new proprietor treated his
friends, and took his departure. on Tuesday
morning in good shape. Success .to him.
—J . ,epaysettle Advertiser.
- Leger,' Married,
tioinetime. somewhere, by somebody. Mr.
Hassel Lindley, of Leßoy. Bradford county,
to fitii. Boutewoman, of Fox. Sullivan count/p
-all of Penney!mum. They went to Tioga
county on their wedding tour. On arriving
bomb at his sou. Ira Lindiey, he was serenad
ed with a variety of music, as inch old coons
are likely to he. •
Ed' Moult!mesas has received a fine line
of elegant jewelry, watches, clocks, acc., very
suitable for - Holiday Preseuti, and will con
tinue to aid largely to his stock of goods.
Ed. is alive to the wants of his many friends
and customers, and always endeavors to
please. His stock is large to select from and
it will well repay any person desiring pros
en is in, his line to call and examine his goods,
at Lis store, with Swartz at:Gordon, corner
of Main and Bridge streets.
• Miss Dora Wheeler of New 'York was the
winner of the - Prang Christmas prize of 81000.
—.Reeiete. She was not, hot ought to have
been.' i The first prize * was won by a man' with
a, design greatly inferior, to that - of Mies
Wheeler, who won The secood pnze of $5OO.
Whitcomb has specimens of all of Prang's
prize c.ards, sa well as a variety of Holiday
cards r designed by both native and foreign
artists. The 'French cards are czqaisite.
OtiWednesday Doe. 7, at the residence of
MM. I. M. Campbell—the bride's sister—Mr.
John' D. Belton was married to Miss Frank
Morley, youngest daughier of the We Jacob
Morley Esq., of Burlington. The marriage
ceremony was performed by Rev. Chas. H.
Wright, id the presence or a few Wends.
The iewly welded pair left ou No. 2, for
Williamsport and Ilatrieburg,•Twhere they
will remain several days in. vis:ting friends.
kr. Felton is a wurtliy gentleman and is to
bo congratulated on having woo so excellent
a lire•compinion. The best wishes of Many
friends are theirs.
As our little town has not been heard= from
for some time, I take the liberty to Bead 3oti
a few items of interest. We are a quitit, hard
working people as a general rule, consequent
ly there is not much to write about. Occa
sionally some of our old inhabitants move
away, and new ones Come in- to take their
Of the former, Mr. J. H. Crook and family
have gone to Tyler, Clearfield comity; ale) Mr.
James Cronk and family, of Foot of Plain, to
the same place. Mr. Charles, McGee, oar
congenial engineer of the /Lucy, has left on
account of ill health, we understand. •
Mr. John Fassett has been so fortunate as
to secure his (McGee's) position, and is giv
ing entire sstisfactian. Mr. Fassett is an
honcet, energetic man and a thorough
neer. We wish him success. _
Mrs. Dr. Dubturd
. returned hotno Fridsy
last, after, prolonged visit to her old home
sneVicioity, in Wyoming county, N. Y.
Mr. Waful visited us the Fart week, and
livered some of his metallic portrait paintings
that his agent took orders foesome time ago.
They are the finest of that kind of worn we
ever 'saw, and were the means of securing 27
more orders. •
Thanksgiving Bay pined off very quietly.
A large number of the male, popigation
duilged. in a shooting match for a cow, which
was won by Morahan Mahoney . , who made a
stringithot of 1 inches.'
We are glad to see N. K. Mott on the street
again. , fie hal been Rick for thiee f or four
- • Oonsratn , stians are - in order wt. the tear&
ing house. Mr. and Mt4.lrennett have taken
a new boarder.—it is a girl Alt doing well. •
Early yesterday evening • Senator. Jm7:s
called on the President, and after a couveres.
Son Which lasted perhaps half an, boar, was
about to take his leave, and bad arisen foe
that purpose, when he happened to 'notice.
the Presid'ent stagger, and -beforei7he- could
get to Lila assistance he had fallen Into st
chair. Attila: sea reeoveredvonwionsuess.
Upoli being asked Whet 'biased': his 'tiuddep,
fainthess, he said lie PreTerted• not "to talk.
on the subject; but subsequently, ouLbeinf
preised for an answer, • he replied . "W6ll, sit,
it's enough to mate . any man sick to
SEC a gentleman of the social standing t af Mr.
Jones, wearing pants cut by Alain and made
by Eve; why does he not go to the Great
'Boston Cluthsog House, just *sed in Mean's,
Brock, Main St., Towanda, .Pa., and get 4;
good suit and overcoat, for less motley than •
fon can buy them in any other ' place, and
made up by skillful Mechinics, and every;
thing warranted as represented. riAeods
l itur io
stchousteifocit i . fiio,4 s ; ,-- ; -
Bblimailibe ibii'elatte, wile ' U5ri.....2 ) The
Great Boston Clothing House. tut openei iu
Meaty: Block, Mein Street, Towanda, Pa.
M. L. ScHezzazeo, Piop. •
There will be a Holiday Party given at the
Orange Hall, Dore% Pa., on Thursday even
ing, Dee. 29th, 1881. Music—McDonald
Stolen's Orchestra. Bill $1.50.
'Dee. 8-srr.• One. Fox, Piop.
coiner PR OCEEDINGOB.
medirKENT COM—MONDAY Nor. 14.
Wm. Orimley vs H. L. Hinshaw,
Botw Ameigh.va itineentDrapar. et aL
Jerlinish Saner VI *ail %Moot. et al.
Anne Meehan vs Donglkia - oral.
A. Dead's use vs H. W. MetgeHin. et al.
Higiish !blemish vs,Hollis soloon b.
Charles Main et al. vs Thos. , / Qsßriia
J.M. Pike v. 4 C. Hansieker. '
Thos., Meredith nse‘vs 8. filimedier. •
W. R. Waterman vs M. A. Vi'atorman.
Bales disehirged easih.,,of the aboie
N. T. Horton vs J. 8. Campbell, et al..
W. 8. Allen et al. vs Julia 8. Thompson.
J. D. Raynor. vs N. O. Hai"is.
Lewii Ziner vs J. M. Ward. ;
John McKean use vs Flynn. Phelps. _
Robt: Each; mon J. N. Woken*,
Riles made absolute in each o!, the aboie
L. R. - Prost vs D. V. Btedge.
8:-Oook vs O. VanderpooL
. o.ld.•Eanirills vs. G. W..irmstrongi, _ Two-.
0. M. Manville vs E. IL Buffington. •
Jahn Brainard's use vs A. D. Hinckley.
Rules in each to open judgment.
E. pomeioy va Geo. Rodgers:
Rnie to 'abrogate C. H. Webler and John
Ifomnaur to rights of phitutiff.
:N. 0.-Hanis vs 0. Hunsieker. • '
Rule for judgment . for want of a sufficient
affidavit of defense.
A. H. Slocum vs Barney Clark.
. Rule for an iuteipleeder. -
In theinittwWlof the 'lunacy of
Rule on the committee for au order SO pay
In the matter of the application of the En
tail Building and Saving Viand Association Of
Towanda:, Rn!ti to dissolve said corpora lion.
J. o—Btlght vs Henry Menai., et al.
Geo. Stevens, W. A. Chamberlin paid 0. L.
Tracy appointed apprais"rs.
Pomeroy, Bros. et al. vs Minuequa Borings
Imp. Co. Report of:Viewers:tiled.
In the matter of the :petition of Canton
Twp.. School Board.
Geo. H. Webb, Ira H. Smith and V, M. Wil
son, appointiel viewers.- 2 - ~•••• •-•-. • -
A. D. Cocilliangh vs W. IL Store*.
S. A. Rookivell vs Winfield Packar.l.
• Roso Viuceut vs: pa. & E. Y. C. k RR.
juiginent'inik defendants in each case upon
"sacs stated.: ' -
Com vs Daytou k Angle. - -
- Com vs Shaw & Co.
Com vs Dmidow & Bros. Mereali Ll:el,se
Judgment fir plaintiff': in ea !'t
_ E. Smith re P. Caroline.
J. Id. Heaglan•va Mary A. llLtra'tail.
Rules in each sass made abAoluto.
Eunice A. Tent TO, F. M Lent.
Anna E. Corey ye C. 11. Corey.
Divorce decree in each cage.
HPECLAL COURT-MONDAY NOY. 21.
O: D. Nizons use vs Walt. • Wolf, Issue::
Overton & Sanderson for plff.. Wood s: Hale
for dft. Verdun; for dft. . •
11. H. Ingham vs A. J. Layton et al. ' Tres
pats. Williams & Angle and W. T. Davies;
Esq., for PUT., N. 0. -Elsbree, D. 0. Dewitt,
Esqs., and Overton k Sanderson, for dells.
Verdict for defendants. •
Reasons filed for a new trial.
B. S. Bentley, Trustee et al. Ts bueq. Mn.
tusl Ima. Co. of Harrisburg Pa. Debt. B. S.
Bentley Jr.. and H. N. Wi Esqs., for
Of., C. M. HO and L. M. Hall,l..sqs. Case
settled during trial. •
MONDAY, NUV. 28.
Rose L. &cot's'. use •vs Ethan Nithertons
Exn. Feigricd Issue. D.'A. Overton and
Win. Maxwell, Ems., for plff., Overton a San-,
demon for delta. Verdict for delta. .
8. B. Rodgers vs H. N. Hinton. Exceptions
to Auditar's report dismissed and report con
E. T.,Pox vs David Benjamin et al.
A. C. Elebree et al, va C. Run sicker.
G. J. Allen vs G. P. Wood.
Rule.' in each case discharge d:
Overseers of poor %%losing Twp., vs Over
seers of poor of Wysox, .Twp. • Order of -re
moval confirmed. • .
H. Wilson's pee Vs G. H. Kitchen. Order
for a feigner issue.
. In the matter of the petition to divide
Wysox Twp., into two or more election dis
tricts. James H.Codding, 0.8. Russell ind
8. W. Alvord appointed commissioners.
DECEMBER TERM.-MONDAY, DEC. 5 , . 1891.
The following are the Grand Jurors: H.
I L. Scott, Foreman; Peter 0. Biles, Wyalus
ing; Philip Crane, Athens - hip.; Chas. A.
Cummins, Monroe twp; Perry Dodge, Frank
lin; George Emery, Barclay; John Fleteher,
Troy Boro; Rufus 8. Hakes, Albany; David
Higgins, Ulster; Floyd Khmer. Athens twp;
James Ketchum Jr.. Canton; Royal H. Oliver,
Wilmot; Miles Osborne, Albany twp; Reuben
R. Palmer, Leßoy; Joel Pitcher, Warren;
Cyrus A. Plummer, Albany Boro; George
Richards, Terry; •Edward O. Strong, Spring
field; Charles H. Turner, Towanda Boro;
Charles L.- Tricy, Towanda Boro; Eldridge'
G. Vandyke, Leßoy.
Win. Sill vs Anna Sill. Sheriff directed to
make proclamation in divorce.
Frnces A. Gafes vs Leonard Gates alias
subpoena in divorce directed to be Ltaued.
E. 8. Zacharias vs Lucretia Zachariva. .
Diana Vancouver vs L. D. Vancouver.
L. D. Granteer vs Ann Granteer.
Cyrus limber Ira Senn Al Taber.
' Addie Bailey vs J. 8: Bailey.
Lydia M. Mann vs Theo. Mann. •
Subpoenas in diVorce directed to b issued
lu each cue. •
John N. Hayes vs Isabella I. Hayes.
Maggie Angle vs Henry Angle.
James Blodgett vs Lydia Blodgett.
Geo. Lenox vs Eliza Lenox.
Alvin Buchanan vs Ella Buchanan.
Each of the above cases referred to L.
Elabree Esq., Master and Examiner in di
vorce cases to take teatimeny.
In the matter of Michael Hannon, a lunatic.
Auditor's Keport-filed and confirmed at
Its the . matter of the application of James
Haight committee of L. K. Pease, a lunatic,
for rare boreal estate, order granted.
;/‘ 4BortOtt vsik Abrams Jr. Edo to mark
Jadirmeni l setisfied.
H. Streeter vs E. E. 4allington. EFde to
matter of tai Wdmisaiiiii of Benj. T%
Hai: is „au. Attorutty4lawlcia presenting
the acitificite.cit %halliard of examiners and
on motion of IL. A, idercir Esq.. Court admit.
him to practice in the !Rivera! conrts of_Brad•
ford :county 'wherefore he wiestrity swokorb.
Id the matter of the...achnlisionot H. Y.
Johnson as an Attorney-at-I'Yr; on presenting
certificate of - Board Of Examiners and on mo-
Sion,of j. R. Eyins Esq.;
_court admttlini to
praoticielfy the livers; 'courts of -
county; whereupon hit was duly ammo.
E...POnteroy's use vs GeO.llogers.
HALIDIIII Snorer vs ga. Johnson,
Bates made attaoluts tissesett cue.
Overnets Poor, of WyotusiOg as Overseers
roar of Wysoi. "Bale -.ori defendants to pay
(LW. and Hi W. Middleton vs .TOtinson
mTg. Co. W. J. Young.A.q., appointed m
Auditor to distribut. tummy 'wising from
Sheriff's sale olden... personal property.
Hilzibeth Corey vs L. D. Yowler et aL
.tudifor'sfieport 41811 and pontirmed nisi.
Io the matter of the order of the Court for
Mani Jury 'boa fOr the year 1892.
And now to Wit Dec. b,1891. it, is ordered
'that tbe number or jurors to terra the several
courts durily(theirreo pia be 800. . •
This number it designated by virtue of the'
tAta:itct of • Assembly, passed April 10. 1867;
this beiug the term of Con next proceeding
the year in !bleb said jurors are to serve.
Grand: Jury -disposed of the follow
COM ve.Linni 7 EllLAscault, and batteM.
Com vs L. L. Terty ff -Perjary. -
Com !lent. Ball-rPointlogn gun.
Ckmi vs-Mahar_DsJdwia= SeWng intostoai;
ing deinks on-Sunday.
Bad Balt-Bait. Bail- and John B.
BallhLAggratated malt and ilattery.
Com vs 'Adam M. Mints---Cotttag ,timber
~ •ikee74.- . 7i. '.•,;: i- :.•',... [-.
.f...:7-•;-: ,•••.-. r.-'• :::.
..'", .- - I . i : •
Coo iptelion tk)bti.:44Batig cfplul stacks
itcry Taus sure.
Com vs Pay Itaseagrant—Aaaault and bat
tery. county for costs.
to the watOr el taking the Bridite9L,thi!
Beeq. !triage 00., at Athens, es a tree bth*ge.
Thetannut Jul report that the bridge ebould
not be taken as a free bridge. I
Cent TO Leonard W. Japer—S eretr 9f the
peace. Deft. santetiond to DIY the .eeehl es'
cup! for prosecutor!. witnesses. Dab t he
prosecutor, Chas. Parmenter. and the &boys
depinlant aentetieeit to elle bonds= lIIP
sum of 11100; to keen the peace... •
Com vs H. B. Benson-Forgery.t Dist.
Atty. Panning. and 'Hyena k Maynard • for
Com. W. J. Young Esq., for Deft. Verdict,
not guilty. and the prutenntor M. Niches&
for coati:- • • c
Co es Nelsou_Cobb—Burning twit ;stacks
of grain. Diet. Atty. Panning. H. N. WU-
Huai, 8. W. t Win. Little Zags. for Com.
McPherson & Ycning fordeft. on trial:
The regular monthly session of the Bortaigis'
Council was held Monday evening, Doo. 5„
1881. The following' 'members were present:
Burgess Alger, Coandlmati Frost, °Orden,
Keeler, Panels and Spit - Mini. • •
The minutes of stie hat regular and opeCial
meetings were read and approved.
The Burgess, appointed councilman Frost
street committee r
of the.secoud : Ward to alio'
teed Mr. McCabe.
Councilman Keeler - submitted the &Wow
ing: . I
Nagar-is, At a regular monthly meeting of
the Borough Council held at their rooms Mays
2d, 1881, the foUoiriug resolution witsAissed:.
itesotrad,:That condderiniaM ol 44 ,
said Lid last petition bavostppoeit tunfi a
• the said Towanda Water Wo rk.
shall notify the Council that their works are
fully completed, and ready for use sod that
the aid.Towanda Water Works shall not de
mitid or be - entitled to any rent on hydranbi,
until their-works aviLso completed.:
WEEILEMI, Some doubt exists 'as t° the es
actmeaning of said resoluthin, tberetdie:
.That the above resolution be,
and the same !whereby repealed. •
Besoived, That the Mania refuse to ex
tend the time for. completing the Towanda
Water Works beyond the first extension Oct.
The resolution_ of repeal was adopted, all
-the members pre r sent voting aye. ' L,
Bills approved by the duanoo committee
amounting to $998.17, wore ordered paid, to• ,
Gas for lkirentber: . '
Pollee, •", 82.00
Fire Department „ itePairing - •
Franklin steamer - - 307.45 . -
Fire Dep. montly ap. Frank- '
fin steamer company: 500 312.45
Streets and culverts, - ' 344.87
Engineering (streets) - 42 00
Great and North 4th street viewers . ',14-00
hinting, - ' - - . -: -•.. .5.00
Costs. t : 4.90
Miscellaneous. • ' - 6.75
Tota - 1 5898.17
Report otipolice Justice Codding for the
mOuth'of NOvember: . -
M. R. Hall. arrested by Moffitt; drunk and
disorderly. Fine El costs, El 70.
10. William,Smitb, by Burns; drunk. . Fine,
$l, costs $l. 70.
17. William Burke, by Dimmonk;drAnk.
El and coats.
lit. Smith. by Barns; drunk: $1
20. James Graham, by Britton; drunk. $2 50
21. James Graham, by Burns; drunk.. $5
and coats. J. E. Rockwell, by Britton; drunk.
$3 and coats. F. Talady, by Britton; drunk.
$2 and costa.
24. Owen Coleman, by Britton; drunk
25. John Hill, by Britton; drunk. '4l and
Report filed and , Conneil adjourned.
J. KINGSBiIItY, See'y.
GOOD TEMPLADS" CONVENTION.
The Northern district convention met at
- Good Templars hall Canton, Tuesday, Nov.
29th, at 11:30 a p 3., W. C. T. Chace in chair.
Lodge opened with prayer by Chaplain. Al!
admitted who had pass word or were properly
vouched for. Committee epointed to make
arrangCments for evening's entertainment.
After prayer by chaplain, adjourned. -
AnztotooN.—T'he lodge was opened in
regular order at 2 o'clock. The. following
committees were appointed: Good of the
order: Bros. Dart, Whye, Sister Smith and
Sister White. •
Com. on resolutions: Ere's. D. W. Smith,
Thos. Manley, and Butts.
The following delegates Were reported
Cantoa,No.493]-.8. S. Dartt, D. W. Smith,
G. W. Griffin, 50 members in goOd standing.
Emit Cauton No. 430—Noiman Spaulding
E. S. Manley, Sister Manley, 35 in good stand-
North Towanda No. 539—C. E. White, Sister
White, 23 members.
Senth Creek No. 675—Sister BeilLa Smith,
Elld'Smith, Um. Ira Parsons, 37 members. •
Milan-J: E. Clough, •J. M. Vincent D. M.
Doane, 35 members. •
Cold Water—No. 1087—Bros. : A: W. Alger,
E. Russell and H. A. Russell, 35 members.
Herrick —Bros. Butts and McLarny.
North - Orwell was selected u the next place
Of meeting on the last Tesday in February.
Discussion on "Good of order" called forth
remarks from a number Of Brothers, present.
Committee on good of Order make partial re
port Concerning arrangements . , for evening
sbealon. At 4:30 convention ajourned.
In the evening 'the Presbyterian church
we+ comfortatly tilled. The exerelos open
ed with ;singing by the choir; prayer by
Brother D. W. Smith; address by Brother
Batts; singing; remarks by Bros. Smith,
Gummy, Dartt and Eaten, closed by bene
diction by Bev. Gates.
WEDNEEIDAY.—Convention opened with W.
C. T. Chace in chair. • '
Reports of Put. Peptides. rerLal report
from Deputy Laudon of East Cantcht, saying
there were bill two working Lodges in hi s
district with four ,tbat were not in working
order. Remirks.by Bro..Dutt in . regard to
Grover Lodge. Also farther remarks by Bro.
Landon in regard to same.,
Various remarks about Alba Lodge.
Remar lie by Bro. Alger in regard to Tem
perance affairs at North Orwell and vicinity.
showing good work in that section.
Remarks by Special Deputy Bro. Butts;
also report from South Creek Lodge by the
W. C. T. Bro. Chaco showing but one work
ing Lodge in that district..
Remarks by Bro. White iu regard to organ
izing lodge in impractiabie localities. aud_ the
mushroom variety.-further remarks by W. C.
T. on same. .
Remarks by W. C. T. and Bro's. Dartt and
Alger on subject of collections.
Bro. Alget—How many times can a member
visit a lodge without paying dues? W. C T.
referred to by laws.
Remarks by Bro. Parsons; 'on subject, no
member entitled to the puts word without
payment of does, and'not entitled to twit in
Lodge without pass word. .
. Report of conimittetion resolutions; „ : •
• WtinnEss- r -The foe against 'whom we are
contending is passe:tut and agressive, ruth
lessly spreading dosolatioh and ruin on every
hand, regardlessly alike of the- appeals of
Mercy or thci claims of Justice, and whereas
the wisest and most efficient Measures have
thus far proven insufficient to break up the
obnoxious liquor traffic land rid society of
this terrible scourge therefore:
• Resolved: —l. That -we Urge all this temper
ance workers in every branch' of the service
to (greater exertiob. • " • - •
2. That We earnestly invite all friends of
humanity to join us in this , great ci'3efilet for
Ul t i riat:We yi
c ilicit 'earnestly urge
upon ovary friend of sad ty the .reasouable
ness and importanthe of refusing under any
and ail circumstances bi sign petitions for ,
license to sell intoxicanti. • .
4. That inasmuch as the . Supreme Coast of
Pennsylvania rules that -the granting of
licenses bwholly at alth - discretion_. of the
district judge, we shall continue to remon
strate agains t granting also)? licenses to
sell intoxicants, leaving the judge and petion
ere to take all the rev ability of forcing
these pernicious pest-ho es into our com
5. That- we in Unison ith all other tem
perance lodges, demand ur Sista Legislature
as &right that: that body afford as an oppor
tunity to vote on the proposed constitutional
amendment to prohibit the tustinfactureAnd
sale of ardent spirits to be used as a bever
6..-That the wholesale peddling of lager
beer through the country, with the presistent
of nts of the dealers to introduce the bever
age into the families of respectable Sitiiens
id a new feature in the liquor traffic and one
which demands the earnest attentini °ltem
pennies workers. We therefore callwpon all
good to unite in devising means for
the suppression of this method of extending
and 'increasing the sale of intoxicating haver
7. That our thanks ire dusithe trustees of
the Presbytedan church' for the use of their
house. as the good people for their hospi
tality in entertaining this convention. '
Resolutions unanimously adopted. .
trod' ei bead of tbe good of the order.. ',Re
marks was wadi by Bros. and Botts.
lip's: Botts nil MaLarny were
siommitiiti to secure 'witless orEfeo. Limb*
ko speak 51 next eotrventicm. Minutes of
session read. Bros. Bowman PO* aP•
ixdsteff committee to revise minutes for pub 7
- - ‘`-
LusziaiPA.;/*'4 . -Ik . ' 1881.
ME. Bat. Wruan: In your, totter of fin?.
Toli Plekee,ef MM,Moy,
pleadiii. 'Om bio and deeliM $ 16 04 4 4e7 e :
tat m 0614 3,00 the i'44 I 4MM Web
ticiared aid r ia in...Olyoui'l.selliM Oliree
of "favoritism" and "partisan feeling." but
,beon contirme4l by the higher-coup, of public
opinion. - ' •
Quack' nostrums • bring their testimonials
from era', and la plausible to portray
upon Papeetim.actileyaniewisi Wind,
- Plosion foceigii Bet*" but oneifllair Mar in
the presence of the intelligent, farmers of
Bradford comity is of. more practical value
loam. than ° is, dozen awards of priadi of
"trees" or 'bricks',l , f in ?Jew, EC , gland , New
York - •
Let to exiinine your' "emphatic denial
that the Byrum* beat the Wiard in 'average
ease.of draft . at the late - trial.' Taking your
figures the average draft of the Ward' was
450.72 and We Elyzacuse. Was 447.93.001utds per
100 cable' inches, making , a diflierenco 277
pounds in favor of the:l3yraensi. One .wauld.
suppose that 'you familiarity with 4 1.1aboir
and 'Adams" together, with soar s!conscie*
tiousness" would have rorbidden snob a state
When You ere able to' shoe that ;the , twit.
deuce produced in my letter of Oct. 28th. in
regard 34. tile composition of the Syracuse
mobliboard noewqrttlY; of • belief it Imay4 be
neeemary to "demonstrate" its trutlifultess.
Until then the burden of proof rests Ewen
you. i •
Elpeskhig of the late trial. you say, far
as the work - was.tierldone in plowing
tied nothing except the superiority of yonr
plownian and - two in striking 's back farrow,"
and "the' work One by any,of the plow. upon
Towanda tixts di 1 not settle the question of
soperhwity7ead again "at ibo Wel tho - ds l y
before . plowmsa teem that .
won; at the stony laud trial it was the Wiard
P/ouhat, Folks decided 'yictory.7,,
Xi. Welles, doei the. ;reputation — of the
Ward Plow depend upon such sophistry; or,
are you joking again. Very Respectfully
J. W. hymn.
List of letters remaining in the 'Post Office
for the week ending Deo. 1, 1881:
Butzman, Snide 14rOW11, Juo.
Burnham, Madam Baker, J. W.
Bmtzmak A. IL Braund, Martha E.
Corson. Elsa Chrmia, Mail a;
Clark, Clark, Jas. A. . • Orowley,Jas.,
Coleman. Jno. • Conley, Mary
Decker, E. W. • • Davie, S. 0. .
Gilbert, E. R. ‘ Gay, Mrs. E. C.
Milner, C. W. Mulford, Lewis
Hirda, Fred -Homan, Chas.
Johnson, A. O. Jeder, Anna -
Martin, Alex Mingos, Alonzo
Oltver, - C. H. Peterson, Annie
Richardson, Milan Ross. G.
Sullivan, Agnes Spins, Geo.
Schrader, Sam'l Vincent, Win.
Wickham. Belia Wolfe, aomi (2) -
Warner. Harvey Mrs. Woodruff. A. A.
Wells, W. E. • Whalen, Thos.
Persons calling for any of the above will
please say "Advertised," giving date of list.
•• P. POWELL, P. 11.
dtdelee to Z.ubands.
-We wish to flay a word to the husbands,
who have fault-finding wives, in I,striet con
fidence of course. If you wish the partner
of your bosom to greet you with tattles here
after and forever more, make be a present
of a "Happy Thought" range, this very best
of Kitchen stoves. You, will &unborn at A.
D..• DYE & Co.'s hardware establishment on
Main street: . Try it.
—L-B. Bogers has a large stock of Sash,
Doors and Blinds, also Moldings, and hi
selling cheaper than any other establishment
—G. L. Hess can sell Orpoories very cheap
because his expenses are very light. His
customers shall have the benefit by btiying at
the First Ward Store.
—Choice hams at C. M. Myor's muktit.
Bridge Street. - • May 19-tf.,
—AU the !alert styles in Ladies Hats. and
other fancy goods for the ladles &tiara. E. L.
Mingo)? fashionable Millinery store, Main
stree a t, opposite the Park.
—Fresh lake Ilah and as:lt water fish at
C. M. !dyer's market, Bridge' street.-
—Go 'to C. If. MyeT's market, Bridge street,'
for the best cats of fresh meat. May_l9-If
—No charge for delivering; and don
promptly from C. M. Myer's market, Bridgb
street. May M-tt
TONS OF POULTRY
Wanted at Pstch &Trans's toi Xmas.
...tit persons indebted to the undersigned.
must settle their accounts before December
let, if they wish' to save costs.
N. P. HICKS.
TOWANDA, PA., Nov. 10.-4 w.
D. H. R.
The beat Hair bruising in market for gray
hair, to promote the growth of the hair and
to prevent the falling out of. the hair. Ask
your druggists for Davis Hairltenevator..
Messrs. Shores k Smith, at the Rid, White
and Blue store, Bridge street. next to awarts
and-Gordon, opened for the Fall and Winter
trade, the beat stock of boots and shoes to
be found in Towanda. Their stock is corn
posed of the best class of goods, in every
variety, boys,. youtlik - and childrei9s_ boots
and shoes, ladies, misses and childrens Wear:
All of which they aro selling at prices that
defy competition on the same quality of
goods. They inyite particular attention of
purchasers to their stock, and will aim to
give them satisfaction.
'STEAM THRESHER-TEN HORSE
This sViam power mounted on wheels is
portable and may be. easily hauled with a.
team to any desired point.- •It is adapted to
the propulsion! of TIIIIESUING MACHInfI,
wood sawing, feed cutters, portable saw
mills, or any other light machinery. It is of
simple conatructfon, durable and easily
managed.. Manufactured by Charles Persil:o
& Co., Groton, ompktbs County, N. Y.
C. W. LIOLCOMB,
Ulster, Pa., July 21-w- . "
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of
weight in the badli,rioins and lower part of
the abdomen, cansing the patient to suppose
he has some affection of the , kidneys or
neighboring orgaps. At times symptoms of
indigestion are pres Ont as flatulency, tumid-,
ness of the stomach,: etc. 'A moisture like
perspiration, producing a very -disagre eable itching, parlicularly at night after getting
warm in bed, is a very common attendant.
Internal, Paternal and Itching _Piles yield at
once on the application of Dr. Bosanko's Pile
Remedy, which acts directly upon the parts
affected, absorbing the Tumors; allaying the
intense Itching, and. affecting a permanent
care where all other remedies bare failed.
Do not delay until the drain on the system
produces permanent disability, but try 'if
and be cured. Price, :50 cents. Ask your
druggist for it, and when you cannot obtain
it of him, we will , send it,.prepaid; on recipt
at price. Address The Dr. - Bosinko Medicine
Co.. Piqua, Ohio. Sold by Clark B. Porter,
S. End of Ward House Block.
HAMMONDL-MITCHELL—On Nov. 22. at
, the parsonage in Aspinwall, by Rev. Hil
lock Armstrong, Mr. Lysander Hammon(t.
of Jackson, Tioga Co., Pa., and Miss Aloud&
'E. Mitchell of East Smithfield; Pa.
PRIITCHEY—BENNETT-At the residence
.of bride's' uncle, Thos. Meredith ; on 2d
street, Thursday evening Dec. 1. by Rev.-
4:13: Stewart, D. D., Mr. E. E. Frntehey.
- and Miss Jane Bennett, all of this place.
Noticei of decdh insertidfree; but when ac
companied by remarks - beyond six lines, either,
In prose or poetry, said addition will be charg
ed for at the rate of eight cods per line. ,Eight
words make a line.
21. IV - Persons sending obiltscu;g notices for
publication will please accompany the same
with the pay at the rate of caw cent for , each
word in excess of forty-eight words. •
PACKAILD—At West Granville Nov. 29, :Win.
Padkard, aged 75 years.
BAGLEY—On Saturday Nov. 26, Lydia flag
ley, agedl9 years; daughter of Warren and
Lydia Bagley of Grover.
A geod, second-band, ENGINE and BOILICit.
Address, stating condition and price, M.S. 211..
P. O. Box. X, Liberty, Tioga Co.. Pa.
Oct. n-2m•-tt. ' '
Estate of George Gordon,
deceased. late of that
township of Asylum, Brad f ord county , pram.
Letters of Administration having been issued
out the Orphan's Court of Bradford county to the
undersigned noon the estate of the above named
deoedernt, notice is thereto?* harsh/ given that
a persons indedted to the eststa above awned
must.make immediate payment, and all persons
having claims against the trams, must present,
them Iduly enthentkated for seWeiment to
B. LAPOUTE, Administrator.. ,
117,114114 Pa., Dae• 188L-6w , .
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CieseriLDealers la ORIXIIRM AND PRODUCE
Corper of Mail sad Pine Streets.
Flout per larrel ...... .... s7 0009 oil
Flour per sack 1 8042 23
Buckwheat Flour, $1 100.. - '43 50
Oorn Meal - 1
Chop reed 176
Wheat, 11 bushel - 1 955145
/Vex' . " . ' WO 56 -
C orn. : 0 . 7 8c 2 SO
Buckwheat, u 85
Oats. .. - - 0
0 I. 5002 50
Pota u . 0 pp
Apples Green , 14 bushel.. . 50® 7 5
Apples Dried. i$ lb I 5
Peanbee u u ..• ... 4415
Raspberries Dried 11 - Si 0420
Blackberries u u ... 10
Pork.,ll barrel , 22 00424 00
,Rima. il !b... 0 0 1 .. 15@ 1
Butter, in Tubs a Flrkire . e . . 25430
ftgßuttera. in Rolls 22427
Clover Seed $1 bushel ''.l - 5 004650
Timothy seed $1 bushel.. I , 3 2 5 43 40
Beeswax, $1 lb 20422 '
=Salt barrel: .. . • - ' 160
l e t Salt 'u- ... - . 150
Asbton Salt " ... 2 7543 00
Onions, 'ft busted: .. ..... 90E01 00
- PHILA. STOCKMARKET.
DEIIAITEN & TOWNSEND ,
No.lo South Third St. Philadelphia.
gook bought 4t sold either for Cash or on Ilirgto
Turunat Deo. 6. 1188.
• . . -
U.S. 18111, Est.— 100 % 101
.. - . 229
5%104 pai r. ...... •
1021C 121 102%
u 4% new, 114% 114
" ' ' 116 • 118
I=lrania B. It 63% 63
eights and Iteading R. 4111% 38%
Lehigh Valler R.Jt 51% 81%
Lehigh Mel andaBavigatien Co. •. • 44% 44%
MOM NS II Rand Coal C 0....... 165 . 187
liorthan Central RB Co Mg 52
1113 Hi s wtU.P Co * 20 .20%
MA Pittsburgh; It West It It 233. 123
Central Transportation Co 44% 40%
Nurthsrw. iseneo3os.. . '" 19% 39%-
J-" -4 1 . . ' - 80% a:
Northern Pennsylvania St_ .59 '
Philadalphia - h 21%
811veryfreades)..... ..... '•
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TiltreisATED. I )
HARPER k BROTHERS,
• 441P•it 4•••
We have given much, time and attention
to the purchase of our r stock for ,the Holi-
'clay Trade, and are now receiving a Mu,cH
LAR4R STOCK OF GOODS than is usual with
us and every department of our business
Will 'how- be found f!.111 and complete.
As usual also at this season of the year we
have taken advantage of the Large Closing-Out
Sales Band GREAT BARGAINS will be offered in
BLACK SILKS, SATIN DE LYON, PLAIN AND BROCADED,
BLACK SILKS, SATIN DE LYON, , PLAIN AND BROCADED,
SATIN . StfRAIIS, SATIN KERVELLEAUX,
SATIN SURAHS, SATIN DIERVELLEAUX,
GREAT BARGAINS IN BLACK VELVETS, ETC.
'GREAT BARGAINS IN BLACK VELVETS, ETC.
GREAT BARGAINS IN BLACK ALL-WOOL ARNIIRES,
GREAT WOA/N!!! IN BLACK ALL•WOOL AIPIMIES,
SHOODAH CLOTHS, ETC.
COLORED CASHMERES in all colors and qualities.
COLORED CASHMERES in all colors and qualities.
Great Bargains Offered in
Table Linens, Napkiiis,
A large docket LADIES' and CHILDRENS'. CLOAKINGS, -
A large- stock of LADIES' and CHILDRENS' CLOAKINGS,
OINGRANIS, -CALICOES, % CRETONNES, , ETC.
KITOHARE, CALICOES, ' CRETONNES. 't ETC.
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WILL BE pomp FULL OF ALL TEE NOVELTIES OP THE
BEASON, HAVE BEEN OAREPIILLYJIELEOTED
EXPRESSLY FOR THE WANTS OF THE
Towanda, Ncrr, 80,1881,
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BLACK AND COLORED SATINS,
BLACK AND COLORED SATINS,
BLACK CASBXERESAt every price.
BLACK CASHMERES at every price.
Every Shade of Color 'in -
AND :IN ALL QUALITIES.
Towels and T9weling.
in all colors and different qualities,
in all colors and different qualities,
for lILSTERS, CIRCULARS and DOLMANS
for lILSTERS, CIRCULARS and DOLMANS
IS VERY FULL - AND COMPLETE.
IS VERY FULL AND COMPLETE.
SHOODAII CLOTHS, ETC.
.SHOODAH CLOTHS, ETC.
A RABE COMBINATION.'
Fos Us Us bast 'was tbsrefros, abet the
Tor cow $2,90 Po , Mr. pitol SO JannaiS
After that date. s3,to. •
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distributions of New and Valuable
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Bes ty of Ifebron Potato. White IMe)hant Petite.
Mold's Eanobled Oats. the Cuthbert Rasp.
'berry, Champlain Wheat, Telephdne
• Pea. Clawson Muni Brum
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32 Ades - of:Experiment around,
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AR new plants and seeds adapted to the giblet"
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.Ist,. The Rural Heavy Dent Corn.,
The heaviest weight of kernel and ear. Ono hun
dred and seventeen bushels of shelled corn per
acre on 50 acres. So certified to.
• 2d, Rural Thoroughbred Flint'bra. '
Raised. in the Rural tangly for 26 consecutive
years. Longest ears 16 inched.
3d, Wysor's Cross-Bred Fultzo•Claw-
The largest kernel of any wheat in daltivation—
ao claimed. Hardy, disease-foliating, prolific..
4th, Surprise . Wheat.
Your kernels in abreast. Vers probliostul hardy.
At the rate of 72 bushels per acre has been raised
on mall plots. • , ,
sth, Shuniaker Wheat.
- • Early, prolific and hardy.
- 6th, Challenger Lima Beans.
Seed 'selected throngh three generattons. Often
air beans in pod:Double the yield of any °tags
:7th; Perfection Golden - Heartwell
Seveisl Hearts to a stalk.
- Bth, The Perfect Gem Squash.
A marvelof productiveness. Fins•grained,sweet,
dry—combining the excellencies of .both the
ihnomes end Winter squash.
9th, Rural Chaterliellyhock.
A perfection flower. Tbrae feet ciebrilllantly
colored rosettes—white, lemon, buff, rase, red,
crimson, maroon and marl; black.
All except three =vim offered for sale. •
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