Towanda daily review. (Towanda, Pa.) 1879-1921, December 03, 1881, Image 4

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    Tlie I>axil v Review.
Towanda, Pa., Saturday, Dec. 3, 1881.
ii i9aity Keeiear" Only 25 cent* per
month. Try it!
PROSPECTIOUS.— "Of making many books
there is no end," and the multiplication of
newspapers is the popular source of educa
ting the people. We are aware that the idea
s quite preyoleut that Bradford County has
too many papers, but with the large number
not one is wholy devoted to the interest of
the great producing class—the agricultural
ists —and at the urgent solicitation of some of
the best practical farmers in the county, we
have decided to commence about the first of
the new year, a local agricultural weekly,
especialy adapted to the wants of the farmers
of this section. The contributors to the
paper will embrace the best practical farmers
in the county, and we shall aim to make it
of real value fo every tiller of the soil, dairy
man and stock raiser in the county, by giv
ing the results of experiments by those in
whom the clauses interested have confidence,
and whose success in business is an evidence
of thorough practical knowledge.
The paper will contain a condensation of
the general news and the fullest local notes.
Fuller particulars hereafter.
Buy the Waverly crackers
The Greenback conference here yesterday
afternoon decided to endorse the Worker as
the partp ocgan of this Congressional dis
Iloasted lemon is said to subdue the whoop
ill'g cough very effectively. It is prepared as
foilows: Roast a lemon without binning it.
When hot, cut and squeeze the juice upon
sugar. Give a teaspponful as often as the
cough is troublesome. This is a cure for any
kind of a cough and perfectly safe to take.
At the District Stewards Convention held
in the First M. E. Church in this city Wed
nesday, the following persons were elected
Trustees of the North Hector Camp Ground
for one year: liev. C. C. Wii.BOit, Rev. M.
WITT, of this city: also, Rev. S. BALL,
Horseheads: E. R. BACKER, Mansfield, Pa.;
B. M. PECK, Towanda, Pa.; C. H. YOUNG*
Corning; GEO, N. NEWBERRY, Troy, Pa.—
Elmira Advertiser.
The fifth annual convention of the New
York State Dairyman's Association will be
held at Whitney's Point. December 20, 21 and
The usual reduction of railroad fare will be
made to those attending the Convention, viz:
New York, Luke Erie and Western Railroad,
the New York. Ontario and Western railway
and the Syracuse, and Binghamton Railroad.
Persons taking the New York. Lake Erie &■
Western railroad will "purchase tickets to
Binghamton, then take the Binghamton and
Syracuse road to Whitney's Point. Whit
ney's Point is on the line of the Syracuse and
Binghamton railroad.
First-class hotel Accommodations for SI,OO
per day have been arranged for all who at
The Oil well of Sciota, of which we give
frequent accounts, is now down six hundred
feet and the work is raptdly progressing.
Those in charge of the boring,—practical
men from the Bradford district—feel much
encouraged—the different strata of rock
found corresponding with that in tlie western
part of the State, and affording good indica
tions of striking Oil ere long.— Toioanda
Will the editor of the REVIEW be kind
enough to inform us if there is an oil
well at Sciota—if he docs not mean Wyo
ming county and if his information upon
which he bases his " frequent accounts" is
not derived from us ?—Tunkhannock Stan
We believe the oil weli being bored by a
company of Wyoming county capitalists, to
which we have often referred, is near Sciota,
Wyoming county, not far from the line of j
Wilmot township. We have never publish
ed as original, any information in regard to
it from the Standard.
If you have not yet secured tickets for the
lecture by that prince of humorists, Josh
Hillings, do so at once. The 21st will soon he
J. B. HAYS is a track walker on the Gene
va, Ithaca and Saver railroad. A few days
ago he was picked up by an engine going at
the rate of about forty-five miles an hour and
tossed like a feather. lie seemed to like that
kind of exercise rather much than oth
erwise. To the astonishment of his friends,
says the Ithaca .Journal, he visited that place
Friday as well as though In; had never
been in a railroad wreck. He has been in
thirteen railroad smash ups in his time, and
upon one occasion was picked up by a cow
catcher and carried eight miles, without re
ceiving serous hurt. lie says he is called
the India-rubber man, as he might well be,
for lie uses his limbs as if they were made of
Wanckgoes into the Summers House on the
first of January, for a term of years, to try
his hand in the art of catering to the public
taste, as a hotel keeper, lie has a first class
location, and will doubtless Keep a good
house, and secure his share of the patronage
of the traveling public. G. L. Bull. Esq.,
proprietor of the Hinman House, is crowded
with business in his line: and nis house is a
satisfactory resort for those who "require
rest, food, and fire," and his visitors are cer
tain to call again. A stranger's money should
always secure him A good home for Ihe night.
Dr. Hull has purchased the new and prom
ising mansion erected on the ea-t side of
Bridge street, (next door to the grotto! by
George Chubbuck. Mr. Ckuhbuck had but
just moved in, when the Doctor's money jn
duccd George to sell out and allow the doc
tor to finish if up, and make for himself and
family, a splendid home for life. When the
doctor puts on a finish he imparts a shine
that makes it attractive.
Walter Bull is opening grounds for a home
dwelling, on land on Main street, purchased
of Mrs. Emily Young, widow of the late
Edward Young. If the bird does not fly
he will soon have a tasteful cage doubtless,
that will be inviting to almost any fair da ni
sei to "walk into niv parlor as the spider said
to the fly." N. i). p.
Buy the Waverly cracker,
Manufactured by
Bobt. X. Manuer & Co.
Two heating stoves for sale cheap. X. I*. IIICKS.
C. S. FITCII has already begun to display
his Christinas goods ami his stock of candies,
fruits, nuts etc., is the finest ever opened in
this market.
What can be more apetizing for breakfast,
than a plate of buckwheat cakes and honey ?
You can buy the best quality new process
buckwheat Hour and the finest quality of clo
ver honey at E. F. DITTKICII'S.
The Five Cent Store is now receiving an
imineus stock of fall and winter goods' and
the enterprising proprietors invite the public
to call and examine.
Buy the Waverly crackers.
Don't fail to go to JOHN SULLIVAN'S on
Bridge street, for the best live cent cigar.
Bead thcJAY. Nicholas prospectus, it is
the best young people's paper published.
The star cough drops manufactured by C.
S. FITCII arc becoming very popular wherev
er introduced. If troubled with a cougli try
FRESH OYSTERS received daily at the THIRD
WARD GROCERY STORE. Retailed at 30 cents
per quart. Churches and parties supplied on reas
onable terms. D. F. CLARK.
Buy the Waverly cracker,
Manufactured by
Bobt. N. Manner & Co.
Christmas Cards, New Year Cards, Birth
day, Wedding and Condolence Cards, at
■ —♦
FITCII has new largo Figs that almost melt
intlie mouth.
Books by eminent authors and Poets, in
the finest bindings suitable for holiday pres
ents, at, WIIITCOMB'S.
Frazer Axle Grease.—One trial will convince you
that it is the best. Ask your dealer for the Frazer
Axle Grease, and take 110 other. Every box lias
our trade mark 011.
Holiday (foods selected with great care at
Whitcomb's Book Store.
A large assortment of neat Stationery, just
received Jewel Boxes, Work Boxes, Toilet
and Nail sets in plush and leather Goods
at Whitcomb's Hook Store. No trouble to
show goods.
ducements are offered you by the BURLING
TON BOUTK. It will pav you to read their
advertisement to be found elsewhore in tlii
Speaking of Oysters, we have a word to
say in regard to the manner in which S. B.
TIIJD serves them. lie keeps the largest
ones, and gets them up hi Hie very best stvle.
lie has fitted up elegant rooms for his custo
"Some ladv of this place should take the
agency for that popular and useful book,
"practical House-keeping," issued by Buck
eve Publishing Co.. Minneapolis, Minn. Ev
ery housekeeper needs a copy. Address the
publishers for terms. Commissions large.
Any industrious, practical farmer, with a
small capital, can hear of an opportunity to
buy a farm on terms which will enable him
to pay for ot out. of the profits. For particu
ars enquire at this office.
For second sale day. Friday December b,
Sheriff DEAN has advertised the following
pieces of real estate: Two acres in Monroe
borough, sold at suit of Mrs. Abagail De- administratrix, vs. .John Dougherty.
Fifteen acres 111 Monroe township. Mrs.Ab
agail DeLong, administrator, vs. John
Ninety acres in Asylum, lielinda Reidle
man's use, and others vs. Daniel Sullivan.
Fifty acres in Monroe twp., J. R. Kir by vs
I). W. Harvey.
Lot in Canton borough. A. Deals' use vs.
L. D. • Jranteer.
Fifty-two acres in Orwell. \V. W. Wood
burn, vs. S. (i. Rockwell.
Seventy-eight acres in Asylum. A. T. M'
Clinton, trustee, vs. Maudes Hottenstine
and others.
Largest assortment of Vases an 1 motio.-d Cups
Cups an 1 Saucers, in town at the i CUNT Store.
I f you want a First Class SI IA VKorH AIK CUT,
call at the Barber Shop under the Meat Market, one
door South of the Ward House, where you will al
ways liml experienced Artists ready to attend to
customers. G. L. LYNCHCOMK, I'rop.
For First Class Custom Boots and Shoes, go to
Moriran MeMahon's Shop, ovi r Bun-bill Brothers
Marble Works. J top tiring <>f all kinds neatly done.
Childrens carrages at reduced prices to close out
stock, at C. I'. Welles' crockery store.
Published, a revised edition of Carnocban's Bond
Laws and Laws isolating to Township Otilc rs in
Bradford (Amnty." by Samuel W. Buak.
For sale at Treasurer's Office or at cither Whit
cotnh's ar Cross's bookstore, Towanda, Pa.
stead of being stamped out—for sale at C 1*
WELLSE' Crockery store.
If yen call at 1 • BUM'S boot and shoe store j
you will find that you can get more and bet
ter goods for tin- liionev than at at any shoe
house in Towanda.
LAWRENCE HATT.ORAN, the old reliable and skil
fill SHOE MAKER is again "on deck." and wishes
to inform bis customers arid the public that here- |
after, in "rain or shine," lie will he found at bis j
post ready to do till work in his line in the best j
manner and on short notice. Is hop in rear of the j
REVIEW otflce.
THE NEW ERA WASHER !—Give it a trial.
It doe,, the washing clean, in one fourth the !
262-4 \V. L. S. TIL,A.SPELL, Agent.
Car loads of new goods now being received at the !
Five Cent Store.
Cups and Saucers with Portraits ol'Mr. and Mrs !
GAItFJELI) at 0. P. Welles' Crockery Store.
a number of dwelling houses for rent or for sale i
on easy terms. Also, eligible and desirable build |
ing Lots which will be sold on long credit to per
sons desiring to build.
Oct. 17. 1881. L. ELSBREE.
One Cook stove.
One Heating stove, suitable for oal or wood,
O. A. BLACK, Weston st.
CHARLES A KENS has taken the Barber Shop late
ly occupied by PATTINANTO, in Patton Block, and
solicits a share of public patronage. He is an cx
ptrienced barber and understands a-i brandies of
the business.
Silver Plated Napkin Rings for TEN Cents at C.
P. Welles' Crockery and 9.)e Store.
THE VERY LATEST— StvIos in men's, chil
dren's and boys' suits, overcoats and fur- :
nishing goods can he found at Jacob's Cloth
ing House as he has just opened an immense
stock of Fall and Winter goods.
8 >l-. Fecit'* A vtiticint Enr llii-iims
the Katrral Drum. Always in position, but invisible others. All conversation and „.i
heard distinctly. We refer to those sin S them Send for descriptive circular with tes
1S > 1881 Address 11. P. K. PECK FC CO., 85 BRODWAY, N.T
Mr. OTTABSON, tlie upholsterer, is putting some
very nice goods in just now for the Holidays. (Jo
and see what a Bargain you can get with him.
Homeopathic Lung Syrup, 5* the best rem
edy for coughs and colds. It is mild, pleas
ant and effective. Sold in Towunda only by
C. B. POUT Fit.
The finest building lot in Towanda borough, cor
aor ofPoplar and second streets, between the res
idence of Hon. K. (>. Goodrich and K. Walker, wil
be sohl cheap. Apply to (>. 1). KINNEY.
Latest styles of Hats and Caps just received at M .
BIRD CAGES, 40 cents and upwards at t!ie 5
Cent Store
C. M. Manvilte has a quantity of four feet flag
stones for sale cheap.
Buy Knapp's Superior Flavoring Extracts
fortamilv use. warranted pure.
Live spring chickens constantly on hand at
Mycr's Bridge St. Market.
Berries, Garden truck at My re's meat mar
ket, Bridge St.
Brick for sale. Enquire ofd.T. II de, at
torney at law.
SAFE FOK .SALE —Fire-proof, Combination
Lock. Inquire of \V. J. YoUNG.
Immense shipments of TOYS for the Holiday
trade, are being received daily at the 5 CENT
William Brown, at Miller's Barn, clean- and oils
Harness, and washes wagons very cheaply.
Second hand Iferring Safe for sale cheap,
quire at this office.
twenty-eighth year commences Aug. 22d, 1881 A.
large and ellieient corps of teachers; a full collec
tion of maps, charts, models and apparatus, and
appliances for teaching. Expenses are reasonable.
For catalogue or particulars call upon, or address
Principal, EDWIN E. QUINLAN, A. M.
Towanda, Fa.
A New Line of Decorated Chamber Sets just
received. American Porcelain and Ivory body
verv cheap at C. P. WELLES' Crockery store.
MissX. A. Powell, an experienced dress maker
would info'in the ladies of Towanda that she now
resides at Mr. If. A, Prince's on Packer avenue,
where she will be pleased to receive orders for
war work, or she will go out by the day.
I have bought and used the New Era Washer five
days in the weak for the past five weeks and am
satisfied it will do all that, is claimed for it. It is
the Lady's Friend. 'J lie more I use it the better 1
like it. Mrs. E. ONAN.
Conveniant rooms for house keeping, in Tracy Sc
Moore's block, Main St. Apply to It, l*. MOOBE.
Mrs. Kilbourn invites the ladies of Towanda and
vieinitv to call and examine her stock of Millinery
Goods before purchasing elsewhere.
One Horse,
One Cow,
O, A. BL.\CK, Agt., Towanda.
"My Wayward Parduer," for 2at Wliitcomb's
Book Store.
WINDOW POLES—Cornices and Kings, at C. P .
WELLES' Crockery store.
We are still selling Pure Milk at FIVE CENTS
Per Quart. 11. ELt-BBKE.
FLOWER POTS—JoIt lot, Pots worth 12c for
9c, ot $1 a doz. Pots, worth 15 cents for 12 cents.
Pots worth 18 cents for 13 ets. I'ots worth 2". ets
fori) ets. Also Common and Fancy Flower an
C'allaPots, at C. P. WELLES'Crockery Store.
I lute! been :t great sufferer from Neuralgia
for years and had consulted a great many dif
ferent, physicians,but got no cure until I took
I)r. Burr's Neuralgia and Sick Headache Pills;
they cured me and 1 have recommended to
over 11 fty persons and 1 have never known
thein to fail. They are also the best nervous
and dyspeptic pill \ ever saw.
Master Mechanic, Dickens Manufacturing
Company, Seranton. Pa.
" What everybody wants is the best organ for
the least amount of money : Therefor every
body wants the Burdett; and when you've
said that, you've told the whole story.''
So say the brightest, and busiest organs
dealers throughout the land, who are turn
islting this nmtcliless instrument to a nmsicsi
public, which is rapidly learning to distinguish
its marvellously pure and beautiful voice
from that which is not music. For sale by
J. A. Mauvilie, No. 3 Bridge St.. Towanda.
Two dwelling houses in the First Ward
FOR rent. O. I>. KINNEY.
Rooms suitable for small family, to let, in centre
of town. Enquire at this office.
HP. 3 I !
The celebrated Stallion lias returned to liis *ta
hies in this place where lie may be found. TERMS
—Same as heretofore.
Oct. 21, 1881. f>. c. HEWITT.
* Plain and Ornamental Painter,
nmw WO v k 111 ] ! is liue prompdy executed on shor
notice, hiom long experience both in city and
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