Towanda daily review. (Towanda, Pa.) 1879-1921, December 05, 1881, Image 1
DAILY TO WAN DA REVIEW. VOLUME 111, NO. 99. LOCALS. Personal. Happy JOHN BEMAN IS in town this morn- Col J. F. MEANS returned from New York Saturday evening. Miss FEE, of Wyalusing, was visiting at Judge Momiow's last week. Lt. C. B. SATERLEE is enjoying a short furlough, visiting his parents at Monroeton. Mrs. D. 11. WOODHURX, of Rome, while in town on Saturday, was the guest of Mrs. GEO. KIRBY, Chestnut street. Prof. PITCHER of the Ulster School was in town Saturday. He is one of the oldest us well as best teachers in the county. GEORGE W. MORSE, Esq., of Rochester, N. Y., spent Sunday with his wife in this place, at the residence of her parents, on York avenue. The following prominent Trojans are reg istered at the Ward House this morning: J. 11. GRANT, County Treasurer, Hon. DELOS ROCKWELL, E. B. PARSONS, E. POMKROY, Editor MORGAN and F. F. DRAKE. Dr. SCOTT, of Sayre, who was taken sick at bis father's house in this place on Wednes day evening, has recovered and is able to be around. There was no truth in the reports that he had been exposed to the small pox. WILLIAM A. MASON, Esq., Treasurer elect of this county, is about to resign as Postmas ter at Laperte. The name of SAMUEL F. COLT, Jr., is mentioned as his successor, and petitions are in circulation asking that lie be appointed. We know of 110 man more competent for the position than Mr. COLT, and trust that he may be appointed, as we are confident that he will give entire satisfaction to the patrons of the Laporte Post office.— Dushore lie view. We heartily endorse the above. Buy the Waverly crackers. Wanted, 3 copies each of the REVIEW dated respectively Aug. U and 20, and Sept. 3 and 13,1881. MAY ROBERTS' Sterling Comedy Co. will produce the popular play, llazle Iviike. in Mercur Hall Wednesday evening. If you have not yet secured tickets for the lecture by that prince of humorists, Josh Billings, do so at once. The 21st will soon be here. m . Read MOUILLESSEAUX'S new advertise ment. Be has an elegant stock of jewelry, watches, clocks, plated goods, etc., which he is selling very low. "Peace hath her victories," etc., and Gen eral A. T. Sharpe, of Ottawa, Kansas, so says the Republican , of that city, has found more substantial benefit for severe muscular rheumatism, by using St. Jacobs Oil, than from any other substance he oyer tried. Mr. KIRBY has succeeded in making an engagement with Miss GERTRUDE KELLOGG to appear in Mercur Hall on Thursday even ing, Dec. 15. The lady's reputation is too well established here to require an extended notice of her performance. She is one of the very best readers and recitationists before the public and should have a full house. Banker Ross, of Mansfield, arrested a young mau named A. W. JACKSON in this place on Saturday 011 a warrant issued in I ioga coun ty charging him with the forgery of a note on Mr. Ross' bank. Constables WELLS ac companied Mr. 11. with his prisoner as far as Troy, where he was relieved by an officer from Mansfield, Officers BURNS and DIMMOCK arrested SAM VANDERPOOL, 2d., and his brothers, ALONZO and WALTER, 011 Saturday. The prisoners are charged with stealing from Dr. CORR, the "sticking s. lve mau, property to the value of sls. After a hearing before TOWANDA, PA., MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1881. Justice CODDING they were committed to await the action of tlie Grand Jury, in de fault of S2OO bail. The trio have but recent ly been discharged from -the penitentiary. At the regular meeting of Franklin Steam Engine Company, No. 1, held Friday* even ing Dec. 2, the following officers were elect ed fortnc ensuing year. President — I. B. HUMPHREY. Vice .President —E. WALKER, SR. Foreman —JAS. A. BULL. lsf Ass't— GEO. FAIRCIIILD. 2 d " —E. E. FRUTCHEY. Engineer— J . C. LANG. Ass'ts— E. WALKER, JR., JAS. SIIELP, 11. WAITERS, W. 11. NUTT. Secretary —ll. C. POWELL. Financial Sec'i/ —I. V. GEIGKR. Pipemen —JAS. TATE. RKUIL SIIEUFLER. J. C. TURNER, J. S. HAMAKKR. Trustees— W. W. PITCHER, E. FROST. Fire Hoard — J. C. LANG. Fire Police— W. W. PITHER, 11. 11. BOW MAN. The News Condensed. Scoville is the most popular man in the Guiteau trial. > President Arthur and other prominent gentlemen have been subpoenaed as wit nesses in the Guiteau trial. The celebrated Pilsbury mill and four other large flouring mills were burned in Minneapolis yesterday morning. Six men were killed. It is stated that a large number of west ern and southern Congressmen are de termined to have the Star Route service continued, or at least to prevent a reduc tion of tiie service. It is said that the amount of back taxes due the government by the New York banks lias been ascertained to amount to $700,000, and the prospects are that they will reach $1,500,000. Secretary Folger has rejected the offer of Leach and others, of Chicago, to com promise the judgments against them for whisky frauds, amounting to several hun dred thousand dollars for a few thousand. The Republican caucus in Washington Saturday evening nominated Iveifer of Ohio, for Speaker, McPhcrson, of Penn sylvania, for Clerk, Hooker ofVt.,for Sergeatit-at-Anjis, Brownlow, ofTetin., for Doorkeeper, Capt. Ilarvey Sherwood, Mich., for Postmaster, and Rev. F. I). Power, Washington, for Chaplain. The democratic caucus nominated the officers of the last House. The Greenbackers se lected Ford, of Missouri, for Speaker, De- La Matyr, for Clerk, Lee Crandall, Ser geant at Arms, 11. M. Williams, Door keeper, W. 11. C. Moore, postmaster.— The republicans are confident of electing their ticket. Buy the Waverly cracker, Manufactured by Robt. N. Manner & Co. BUSINESS LOCAL7~ ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR SALE.—A complete set ot Appleton's Cyclopedia. Edition of 1879. Full sheep binding. In good order. Price, $75. Agents price for same, $96. Address or see G. A. GURNSEY, Canton, Pa. Blank Deeds, Blank Leases, Blank Notes, For Sale at the REVIEW Office. FOR SALE CHEAP.—Good Farm, eoutaning One Hundred Acres, situate near Potterville; good' portion of it under cultivation. Inquire of ARTH UR BURCHILL, 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 off her arm by scrof ula. Could see the sinews working. ' Lindley's Bood Searcher' cured her."— J. Rolston, Elderton, Pa. HO.LIDA ED. MOUIEL THE WAT lias greatly increased his goods for Holiday Presents. lie has a full assortmen of Ladies Watches, Swiss and American, GOLD Gold Spectacles. Sterling Silver Ware. Roger s Celebrated Sil Clocks of all dis The finest Gold Low Prices. Everything gu Everything Engraving done by "S "S Corner George Carter having opened a Barber Shop one door South of the Methodist Church, solicits a share of the public patronage. George is a Good Barbel- Give him a call. The "Senate" Saloon is not only supplied with the best oysters in the market, hut on the lunch counter may always he found everything the ap petite craves. Under Chamberlin's jewelry store. Select Dancing Clan*. By special request Mr. F. LAMEUEAUX, of Bing hamton, will give instructions in the above art every Friday afternoon and evening, at Mercur llall. Hours of tuition—Ladies, masters and misses at 4 p. 111. (parents and guardians admitted free), gents at 7:80 to 9p. m., assemblies from 9t012 m, All the modern dances will he taught. Round dances a specialty. WANTS Under this head ice will insert f REE, notices oj situations or help icanted. A good girl wanted for general house work. In quire of G. S. ESTELLK, at the Prothouotary's office. Good 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 and 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. WANTED, —a p'ace to board and go to school where I can do chores to pay. L. E. BOVINGDON.J? Josh Billings! MERCUR HALL, Wednesday Evening 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. No extra charge for Reserved Seats. A. change of weather means a change of CLOTHES! Anybody in need of Overcoats, Business andj)ress Suits, Boots, Ladies and Children's Shoes, will find the CHEAPEST PLACE at the BOSTON CLOTH ING HOUSE, .just oponed in Means' Block, Main street, Towanda, l'a. M. L. SCHNEEBERG. Oct. 11. 1881. PRICE ONE CENT. Y GOODS. ESSEAUX, CHMAKER stock, and is daily receiving new and Gentlemen's GOLD and SILVER & SILVER Jewelery in tbe latest style. ver Plated Flat & Hollow Ware, cr if Hons. line of Foley's Celebrated BANK Pens, and Pencils. The BEST in use. aranteed. new. Call and be convinced. himself on short notice ! it LOCK, Main and Bridge Street. TOWANDA, PA. Gertrude Kellogg. MERCUR HALL, Thursday DECEMBER 15, 1881. Sale of Tickets begins at Kirby's Drug Store, Monday, Dec. 12, at 8 o'clock in the morning. COAL, CHEAP! Until further notice the Coal Dealers in Towanda will sell Pittston Coal in yard at $4.00 per ton. LOYAL SOCK COAL AT YARD. Loyal Sock in yard at s3*s° per ton. QOMETHING NEW. g. Li. nroon $ c 0 .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 $1 per dozen. Their Tintypes are also made 4 at a time, made very quickly and sell 4 for 50 cents, card size. Remember the place, Patton's Block, corner Bridge and Main Streets.