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TO WANDA REVIEW.
VOLUME 111, NO. 97.
E. D. ItUNDKLi. is shipping from one to
two thousand pounds of pork daily.
lion. Jos. POWELL and family have gone
to New York to spend a few weeks.
I). 11. DODGE retires from the Summers
House, Monroeton, on the first of January.
We are puine<l to loam that J. It. Kir
RIDGE is still contined to his house by illness.
The Cox E sisters, at Drifton, are building a
hospital for the benefit of the injured miners
at their colieries.
W. 11. DODGE and family, after boarding
for three years, are again occupying their el
egant residence on York Avenue.
Misses VIRGINIA and ELK A Noil WELLES
of Wvulusing are visiting friends in Onshore
and are the guests of Hon. I'. It. ACKLEY.
J. E. DAVID, at one time proprietor of
the stone quarry at Horn Brook, was inTow
auda yesterday. lie now resides in Philadel
BILLY KIRWIN has purchased tlieb uggage
express business from hi* brother and now
carries the mail to and from Lehigh Valley
Dr. C. 11. Scoir of Say re came to tiiis
place Wednesday evening and was taken
down with a fever at his father's residence
on Third street.
J. E. PATTERSON, a prominent lumber deal
er of Piitston, was in Towanda last evening
on bis way to Burlington to purchase lumber
from It UN DELL Brothers.
31 rs. M. S. WARNER, of # Milan, we are
pleased to learn is slowly recovering from an
attack of peralysis. which affected one side of
her person a few weeks since.
Mrs. Dr. PARSONS, of Troy, has anticipa
ted Christmas and presented her grand daugh
ter, Miss BELLE CARNOCIIAN, of this place,
with a handsome and costiy Chickering pi
ano, which is appreciated and enjoyed by the
According to the Ithaca Democrat some
unknown person fired a pi>toi shot into the
G. I. & rt. coal otlicc last Friday afternoon.
The ball came very near striking Col. GORTON
and CHARLES INGEUSOLL, who were sitting
in the office at the timo.— Waverly Jieoiew.
The nuptials of Mr. E. E. FKUTCIIKY and
Miss .JENNIE BENNETT, were celebrated at
the residence of the bride's uncle, Titos.
MEREDITH, on 2d street, last evening, Rev.
Doctor STEWART, of the Presbyterian church
officiated in bis customary felicitous maimer.
At 8:30 the bride and bridegroom presented
themselves in the parlors unattended by
bridesmaids or groomsmen, and were soon
transformed from two of our most respected
young people into ' man and wife." The
bride was the recipient of a number of cost
ly presents. The ceremony was witnessed
only by the relatives and a few intimate
friends of the parties. We believe the couple
propose fto "settle d >wu" to house-keep
ng at once. The young husband is employed
at FROST'S factory and is an industrious, so
ber gentleman, who will make a good bus
band for an excellent wife.
If you have not yet secured tickets for the
lecture by that prince of humorists, Josh
Billings, do so at once. The 2lst will soon he
The Women's Foreign Missionary Society
of the 31. E. Church will meet to-morrow af
ternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence of O.
J. CHUBBUCK on Houston st.
The train on the Lackawanna road has a
drawing room car for New York. Trains No.
2 and 3 have drawing room coaches and run
between New York and Waverly.
The Warwick horses are coming to the
front just now. 3ir. LOVEI.L of Ttoga
recently sold a pair for $3,000. W. J. YOUNG,
Esq., of this place has a very fine anniinal of
TOWANDA, PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1881.
this stock, pronounced by good judges one of
the best horses in town.
Church of the Messiah. Rev. Win. TAYLOR
pastor, at 10 1-2 a. in. Subject—"Our Man
na." At 7p. m. "The relation to each others
Death, Resurrection and of alvation."
The regular meeting of Franklin Engine
Company occurs this evening. As it will be
the annual meeting odteers for the ensuing
year will be elected. Every incm?er should
Mr. Charles Townsend, of Sedalia, Mo.,
had rheumatism of the worst kind. A sea
trip was a failure as to renewing his health,
and ho was going home to die. An-Ex-Cou
sul of Great Britain advised the use of St.
Jacobs Oil, with the result of curing him.
An effort is being made to secure Miss
GERTRUDE KELLOGG for an evening of se
lect readings i n this place, about the middle
of this month. Miss KELLOGG has been
here three times already, and we are sure all
who have heard her, desire to do so again,
and those who have not heard her ought to
do so. Leave word at KIRBY'S, how many
tickets YOU will want.
The News Condensed.
The national debt was decreased $7,-
219,120 2."> in November.
The farcical trial of the villain Guiteau
is still in progress,
A panic is threatened in the oil market
on account of over-production.
Arrangements have been completed
for a rifle tournament at Atlanta, Gi.
The Gate City Guards will have charge of
The government receipts during No
vember were a little short of thirty mill
ions and the expenditures not more than
After live years absence in Europe Mrs.
Victora C. Woodhull has returned to
the United States. She will make a lec
ture tour of the country, and her daughter,
who has been under the tutorship of emi
nent professors of the dramatic art in
England and France, will accompany her.
The mourning drapery in the halls
about the Chamber of Representatives,
Washington, has been removed. A new
pea-green Wilton carpet IRIS been laid on
the floor of the Chamber. This week the
elevator will be finished and new carpets
laid in the galleries and committee-rooms,
when all will be ready for the opening of
One cau get some idea of the wealth of
the mines on the Pacific coast from the
fact that in 1877 there was $70,000,000 on
deposit in the savings banks of Califor
nia. This is the largest amount of mon
ey ever held by the banks of the State at
one time, and its accumulation was the
result of the mining prosperity that had
prevailed for some time previous.
3lr. 11. J. Ramsdell says in his paper it
has been 'suggested that too much has
been said about Washington malaria. I
always thought so. The only really
prevalent malaria here does not arise from
exhalations of marsh and fen, from de
fective sewage or pestilential breezes, but
is located in sundry attractive spots
where it is dispensed at so much per glass
Commissioner Ilium in his annual re -
port, referring to a reduction of internal
"Whenever the wants of the govern
ment will allow a reduction of internal
taxation, my opinion is that it will be
wise to conliue those taxes to distilled
liquors, malt liquors, tobacco and its
products, and to special taxes upon man
ufacturers and dealers in these articles,
and to fix taxes at such rates as will yiel
the amount necessary to be raised from
>1 Vlt It 1 El).
HAMMOND—MITCHELL.—At the Parsonage In
Aspinwall, by Rev Hallock Armstrong, Mr. Ly
sander Hammond, of Jackson, Tioga county, and
Alzada K. Mitchell, of East Smithticld, Bradford
OWEX—LENT—At the residence of the bride's
father, Albert Lent, in Wysox, on Thursday,
Dee. Ist, 1881, by Itev. S. B Keeney, of Rome,
Mr. E. O. Owen and Miss Susie A. Lent, of Wy
FRUTOiIEV—BENNETT At the residence of
bride's uncle. Tlios. Meredith, on '2d street, Thurs
day evening Dec 1, by Rev. .T. S. Stewart, D. D.,
Mr E. E. Frutehey, and Miss Jane Bennett, all of
FOR SALE CHEAP.—Uood Farm, containing
One Hundred Acres, situate near Potterville; good
portion of it under cultivation. Inquire of ARTII
UR BURCUILL, at the Marble Works.
Keep your family well supplied with "Sellers'
Cough Syrup." Use it in time; you will avert bron
chial and pulmonary affections. 25 cents.
" A lady had the flesh eaten oft' her arm by scrof
ula. Could see the sinews working. ' Lindley's
B*ood Searcher' cured her."—J. Rolston, Elderton,
Select if anri u ~ flans.
By special request Mr. F. LAMKREAUX, of Bing
hamton, will give instructions in the above art every
Friday afternoon and evening, at Mercur Bali.
Hours of tuition—Ladies, masters and misses at 4
p.m. (parents and guardians admitted free), gents
at 7 :8J to 9p. m., assemblies from 9 to 12 in. All
the will be taught Round dances
The "Senate" Saloon is not only supplied with
the best oysters in the market, but on the lunch
counter may always be found everything the ap
petite craves. Under Chainberlin's jewelry store.
Under this head toe rcill insert flt EE, notices oj
situations or help wanted.
A good girl wanted for general house work. In
quire of G. b. Estem.k, at the l'rothonotary's
Goo.l servant girl wanted by Mrs. Jas. Lewis,
North William st.
WANTED—By Germania Band, situations for a
dry goods clerk, four years experience, a house aud
sign painter, and light work for a young man. All
of them gentlemen of good character and will fur
nish recommendations. Communications addressed
to Germania Band, will receive prompt attention.
JAMES T. IIALE,
A TTOItNE Y-A 'J-LA IF,
Office over Stevens & Long's store.
A TTOItNE Y-A T-LA IF,
Office corner Main and Pine Streets, Towanda, Pa.
PECK & OVERTON,
Attorneys-at-Law, Tnoanda, Pa.
D'A. OVERTON. I BENJ. M. PECK.
WILLIAMS, ANGLE & BUFFING
A TTOItNE YE-A T-LA IF,
Office formerly occupied by W. Watkins.
JOHN W. CODDING,
A TTOItNE Y-A T-LA IF,
Office Mercur Block, over Kirby's Drug Store.
DECEMBER 21st, 1881.
Tiekets now on sale at Kirby's Drug
Store, Whitcomb's book store and at
Fitch's confectionery store.
ADMISSION . 50 cents.
&3F* No extra charge for Reserved Seats.
PRICE ONE CENT.
I ntil further notice the Coal
Dealers in Towanda will sell
Pittston Coal in yard at $4.00
LOYAL SOCK COAL AT YARD.
Loyal Sock in yard at $3.50
o, #/. ifoon x co. 9
are up to the times in making new styles
of Pictures. The latest is a small Card
Photograph, called MINETTS which are
very pretty and take well, Price only SI
Their Tintypes are also made 4 at a
time, made very quickly and sell 4 for 50
cents, card size.
fciP* Remember the place, Patton's
Block, corner Bridge and Main Streets.
©5" LOOK HERE
A change of weather means a change of CLOTHES !
Anybody in need of Overcoats, Business and Dress
Suits, Boots, Ladies and Children's Shoes, will tind
the CHEAPEST PLACE at the BOSTON CLOTH
ING HOUSE, just opened in Means' Block, Main
street, Towanda, Pa.
M. L. SCHNEEBERG.
Oct. 11. 1881.
PA. AND N. T. R. R.
Trains on the Pa. & N. Y. It. It. pass this place
No. 3, at 5 :05 a. m., for New York and way sta.
No. 7, at 10:43 a. in., mail train for New York, Phil
adelphia and intermediate points.
No. 9, at 3:00 p. m—Express for Philadelphia.
No. 15, at 10 :46, p.m.—East express for Philadel
phia and New York.
No. 31,—Local Paesenger Train, between Elmira
and Wyalusing, 7:23 p. m.
No. 8, at 4 :00 a. m.—Past express from New York
No. 30, at 9:30 a. m., Wilkesßarre accommodation.
No. 2, at 4:43 p. m.—Mail train from Philadelphia
and New York.
No. 12, at 12 :45, a. m., from New York.
No. 32, at 6:53 a. ra.—Wyalusing and Elmira local.
STATU LINE AND SULLIVAN R. R.
3.00 o'clock p. m. for Bernicc and intermediate sta.
9 :00 a. m., fr®m Bernice.
BARCLAY R. R.
7:30 a.m., for Barclay and all stations, and 3:00
10 :15 a. m., from Barclay and intermediate stations
and 6 :20 p. ra.
Leaves at 9 o'clock, a. m. Arrives at 5 o'clock p.m.
Leaves at 10:30 a. m. Arrives at Ip. m.
Arrives at 11 o'clock a. m. Departs at 12 m.
Arrives at 12 m. Leaves at 2 p. m.
Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 12 m.
Departs same days at 1 p. m.
Nero Era Stage.
Arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 18 ni.
| Departs same days at Ip. m.