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The Daily Review.
Towanda Pa., Monday, Dec'r 29, 1879.
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I'. POWELL, P. M.
It is reported at Bristol that the steam
er Aragon, from New York November
20, for Bristol, has foundered in the At
lantic and all on board are lost.
A portion of the bridge across the river
of Fay, Scotland, was blown down while
the train was crossing from City Eden
burg to Dundee Saturday night. The gale
was so strong that a steamboat was un
able to reach the scene of the disaster,
but several bodies have been washed
ashore four miles from the bridge. There
Is no doubt the passengers, some two
hundred, are all drowned.
The Rev. Mr. Hamilton, of Lewiston,
Maine, suggested this epitaph for Gover
nor Garcelen in a sermon last Sunday
evening: "Here lies one who, honored
by his city and state, dishonored both. A
governor by accident, he succeeded in be
coming only an instrument. In an emer
gency the commonwealth sought him as
the best it could do; the physician died ;
the patient survived. Friends of the de
parted can view the remains at the insane
It seemed almost impossible in the
past to introduce Sunday Schools into
Knssia, but it is reported that at last a
foothold has been obtained. It is not,
however, in the Greek Church—for there
the opposition resists all attempts—but
among the Germans, in what is known as
the "inner mission." A school which
was started last year in St. Petersburg
has constantly increased in membership,
and every Saturday night holds a teach
ers' meeting. Another located in Os
brun Grosser, numbers a round hundred
pupils; and a third, also in St. Peters
burg, is held in the house of a lady living
not far from the centre of the ciry. Still
another has been opened more recently in
Revel, Esthland. and has fourteen teach
ers and a hundred pupils.
The Boston Pof (Dem.), which has
been defneding Governor Garcelou, seems
ready to revise its views, as it says;
" The wrong practiced in 187(5 does not
justify imitation, however severe the
provocation or tempting the occasion.
Our friends in Maine must be aware that
the entire country is now watching the
course of events there. Several Demo
cratic papers have already criticised with
severity the action of the Governor and
Council. We ha\ e differed with them and
defended the Executive. But the popular
will can never be thwarted with impunity,
and the party that does that invites and
will in the end be sure to receive public
rearobation. A general charge of bribery
and corruption on the part of the Repub
licans at the last election, unless sub
stantiated by better evidence than has
yet been shown, will not justify over
riding what appears to have been the
NEW YEARS, 1880.
Mrs. S. 77. Sweet
Offers at her Emporium of Fancy Goods
MILLINERY AND YANKEE NOTIONS.
A FRESH STOCK
Recently purchased, at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Consisting of Hats, Fancy Goods, Toweling, Collars,
Comforters, Embroideries, Flowers, Ribbons,
Handkerchiefs, silk, linen and embroidered, Feath
ers and Tips, Slipper Patterns, Card-hoard, Zephyrs,
Combs, Jet Ornaments. Rusching, Necklaces, Veil
ing in all colors, Java Canvas Patterns, Lace Capes,
Crape Pellisses, Babies' Knit Btoekings, Ladies'
Hose in all colors and styles, Dolls, Children's
Hacks, Hoods and Mittens, Ladies' Nubias in all
colors, Bracelets, Pocket Books, Mottoes, Birds and
Feathers, Shawls, Jewelry, Ladies' and Gentle
In short, EVERYTHING pertaining to a complete
assortment of seasonable
HATH TRIMMED, in all styles and colors, and
of every variety of material: Fur, Felt and Straw, at
Fancy Goods Bazar,
Dec. 17 Main Street, Towanda.
NECKWEAR, GLOVES, HOSIERY,
and a fall Hue of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
which ar# offered
Call and aee meglumine goods, learn prices, &c
M. JS. ROSENFIELD.
Under Market, one door south of Ward,
I Careful and experienced workmen always ready j
J to wait upon customers.
| 11. Davidow & Uro.
No. 4, Ueidlcnian,* Block, Bridge St
Towanda, October 28.
J FIGHT MIT SIGEL
HONORABLY DISCHARGED SOLDIERS
will consult their own interests oy calling at
J ACO BS'
long established and well knows
and buy their coats, pants, rests, overcoats, shirts,
overalls, Gloves, Ilose, Hats and Caps, and svery
thing in the tins of tine and stylish
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Don't be deceived by persons falsely representing
; themselves to be JACOBS, but coiae directly to my
j store in Pattou Block, Main street, neur Bridge stf
au K2 H. JACOBS.
Continually attend the
u the store formerly occupied by J. L
KENT, Moore's Block.
The stock comprises large i ncs of
DRESS GOODS, CALICOES, DOMESTICS,
TABLE LINENS, TOWELS and TOWELNG,
FLANNELS, MARSEILLES and CROTCHET
QUILTS, BLANKETL, HOSIERY OK ALL
KINDS, KNIT UNDERWEAR, GLOVES
in great variety, LADIES SKIRTS,
and CORSETS, UMBRELLAS and
PARASOLS, RIBBONS, and
RUCHES, COLLARS, and
CUFFS, LACES, and
and NOTIONS, FINE TABLE and POCKET CUT
LERY. In fact everything found in a first
No old styles as in most Bankrupt stocks, th
goods having been purchased within the year.
Sales at 1 and 7 p. m., until stock is closed.
O- Ladies Especially invited. No reserve.
1831. TIIE CULTIVATOR 1880.
The Best of the
It is UNSURPASSED, if not UNEQUALED, for ha
Amount and Variety of the PRACTICAL INFORMA
TION it contains, and for the Ability and Extent of
its CORRESPONDENCE—in the Three Chief Direction*
Farm Crops and Processes,
Horticulture and Fruit-Fro wiiig,
Live Stock and Dairying—
while it also includes all minor depatments of rural
interest, such as the Poultry Yard, Entomology,
Bee-Keeping, Green house and Grapery, Veterinary
Replies, Farm Questions and Answers, Fireside
Reading, Domestic Economy, and a summary o
the News of the Week. Its MARKET REPORTS ara
unusually complete, and more information can bo
gathered from its columns than from any other
source with regard to the Prospects of the Crops, as
throwing light upon one of the most important of all
questions— When to Buy and When to Sell. It is
liberally illustrated, and constitutes to a greater
degree than any of its contemporaries A LIVE
Of never-failing interest both to Producers and Con
sumers of every class.
The COUNTRY GENTLEMAN is published Weekly
on tha following terms, when paid strictly in ad
vance: One Cepy, one year, $2.50; Four Copies,
$lO, and an additional copy for the year free to
the tender of the Club • Ten Copies, S2O, and an
additional copy for th year free to the sender of
For the year 1880, these prices include a copy of
the ANNUAL REGISTER OF RURAL AFFAIRS, to each
subscriber—a book of 144 pages and about 120 ne
gravings—a gift by the Publishers.
All NEW Subscribers for 1880, paying in ad
vance now, will receive the paper WEEKLY, from
receipt of remittance to January Ist, 1880, with
Specimen copies of the paper free. Address
LU 1 HER I UCKER IT SON, Publishers,
Albany, N. Y.
As usual, the Vertical Feed
Sewing Machine took First Pre
mium, at the late county Fair.