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The Daily Review j
Towanda, Pa., Monday, Dec. 5, 1881. |
S. W. ALVOItD. NOBLE N. ALVORD
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month. Try it,
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Cilice open from 7 :00 A. M. to 7 :45 p. M.
Money order office open from 8 .00 to 7 : 00 r. M.
Office open Sunday from 9 : 00 to 10 :00'A. M.
P. POWELL, P. M.
Call and see the new goods at the Five Cent Store.
One of tho>e min gum overcoats sold by
Rosentiekl is cheaper and much more conven
ent than an umbrella.
The only market in Towanda where you
can get good, fat western beef is at liundell's,
where tho best < uts of veal, lamb and mutton
are always served Also ham, bacon and salt
meats of all kinds. Fresh Eish, dressed poul
try, vegetables and fruit. Leave your orders
You run no risk when you buy yourgrocer
cs at G. L. Ross' new store in Montanye
Block. Mis prices are way down to rock bot
His store in Kellum Block, Ist Ward beats
the world by low prices and good goods.
NOTICE —I want it distinctly understood that I
have Removed from Bridge Street Furniture Store
to rooms over Turner & Gordon's Drug Store and
Woodford & Vandorn's boot and slioe store where I
keep on hand all kinds of COFFINS AND CAS
KE I'S, from the best to the cheapest. Any one in
need of anything in my tine give me a call.
P. S. I haye no connection with any of Mr.
Feb. 5. J- S. ALLYN, Agt.
HOTEL FOR SALE. -T offer the American
Hotel property for saloon very reasonable
terms—one half the purchase money down
and the balance in ten years. Possession
given April 1, 1881. There is a good barn
connected with the property. This hotel is
located en the corner of Bridge and Water
streets, in Towanda borough. The free
bridge and new depot near to it make this
hotel desirable for any one wishing to engage
in the hotel business. Call upon or address,
JOSEPH G. PATTON. Towanda, I'a.
Having sold my retail Furniture and Un
taking business, known as the Bridge Street
Furniture Store to E. B. Pierce I would re
spectfully recommend those in need of goods
m his line to call on him at the old stand.
I also wish to inform those indebted to me
that it, will be necessary to settle the accounts
soon. N. P. HICKS.
January J, 1881,
The Towanda Library, over EVANS FE HIL
DUETII'S store, is open from ten til twelve,
Tuesday and Saturday. Yearly subscrip
tions $2 00. Any one may draw a book from
the library on the payment of ten cents.
The Henry House has recently recruited its
resources with the addition to its cellar of a
pipe of pure English Ale —home-brewed and
genuine. This excellent malt liquor will he
found a useful natural tonic for the invalid,
and satisfy the palate of the most fastidious
epicure. A word to the wise is sufficient—so
sevs the latin proverb. Oct. 4.
AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE FOR SALE.— The
really elegant and eligibly situated residence
of Mrs. Doctor Houston is offered for sale at
a bargain. The lot is large and has on it an
abundance of fruit of all kinds. It is alto
gether the most desirable property of the
kind now on the market Only n small pay
ment required; balance can remain on mort
gage. ('all on the premises.
JULY 7. Mrs. HOUSTON.
FARM FOR SALE.—I offer for sale on reason
able terms a valuable farm, located in the
valley of the Towanda creek, about 2 1-2
miles from Towanda. containing 75 acres,
under a good state of cultivation, well water
ed, a young orchard of choice trees, good
framed dwelling house, and line large barn—
with underground stabling. 1 will sell this
arm on long time, or exchange it in part for
property in Towada borough.
JOSEPH G. PATTON.
We arc constantly receiving orders for " Lum
Sinitli'.s Imitation Stained glass," and are ready to
give our patrons the full benefit of an inexpensive
and handsome decoration by placing it on any glass
whether door or window, large size or small glass,
gieen or white, round or square, in fact any posi
i lon, shape or kind of frame or glass that needs
shading from the rays of the sun, or from the gaze
of inquisitive eyes. Thankful for the very liberal
patronage bestowed since we have received the
agency of this Imitation, we shall by a strict atten
tion to business, hoping to merit, a continuance of
the same. To those who have heard of the ''lmi
tation d iss," and have not seen it, wc extend a
cordial i ivitation to examine into its real merits,
and ask the prices for which it can be obtained, we
are prepared to contract with churches, balls, or
or other public buildings, and warrant all of our
work to surpass in beauty the genuine stained glass
and our prices are less than one-tourth the cost of
the same. Those in need of anything of this kind
or who are lovers of art, whether they wish to pur
chase or not, are respectfully invited to examine
the same at CIIAS. F. CROSS' Book Store.
C. S.RUSSELL, General Insurance and Real Estate Agent, Towanda Pa.
CnURCII DIRECTOR Y.
PRESBYTERIAN"—Rev. ,J. S. Stewart, D.D., Pas- i
tor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. eve- i
ry Sunday. Prayer meeting Thursday evening j
at 7:30. Sunday School —D'A. Overton, Superin ;
tendent—tit 12 o'clock.
CHRIST CHURCH—(Episcopal)—Rev. John 8.
Beers, Rector. Service and preaching at 10 :30 a. ;
m. and 6:00 p. m. Service and lecture Thursday :
evening at 7:30. Sunday School—.Tas. T. Hale, j
Superintendent—at 12 m. Teachers' meeting
Tuesday evening at 7:45.
M, E. CHUKCII.—Rev. C. 11. Wright, Pastor.
Preaching at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer
Meetings on Sunday everting at 6:30, Thursday
evening at 7:30. Young men's prayer meeting
Friday evening at 8. Sunday School—B. M. Peck,
Superintendent—at 12 m.
SS. PETER AND PAUL.—(It. C.) Rev. Chas. F.
Kelley, Priest Mass at 8 and 10 :30 a. m. Ves
pers at 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 12:30 and
CHURCH OF THE MESSlAlJ.—(Universalist)
Rev. William Taylor, Pastor. Preaching at 10:30
a; m. and 7p. m. Prayer and Conference
Meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Sunday
School—Dr. Taylor, Superintendent—at 12 m.
BAPTIST CIIURCn— Rev. C. T. Hallowell, Pastor
Preaching at 10:3 oA. M. and 7 P. M. Prayer
Meeting, Thursday Evening, 7 p. M. Sunday
School at 12 m.
SOCIETY DIRECTOR Y.
Union Lodge, No. 108, meets First and Third
Wednesday of each month.
Union Chapter, No'. 101, meets Second Wednesday
evenings of each month.
Northern Commandery, Knights Templar, No. 16.
Meets fourth Wednesday each month.
KNIGHTS OF HONOIt.
Crystal Lodge. Meets every Monday evening.
Mystic' Lodge, K. and L. of 11. Meets Second and
Fourth Friday evenings of each month,
o. A. n.
Watkins Post No. 68. Meets every Saturday evenin
KNIGHTS OF TIIK GOI.DEN HULK.
Towanda Castle No. 58. Meets at K. of . Hall
every Wednesday evening.
Towanda Council No. 53 2 meets antfirsd third
Friday of each month in li., P. Hall.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Towanda Lodge, No. 290. Meets every Tuesday
Endowment Rank, Section 101. Meets Third Fri
day in each month.
Bradford Lodge, No. 167. Meets every Monday
Bradford Encampment, No. 41. Meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday night of each month.
Leoh Lodge Degree of liebeka. Meets First and
Third Fiday evenings of each month.
K LVORD & SON,
DAILY REVIEW OFFICE, Main street, Towanda Pa
TOWANDA, Sept. 23.,188-1
the fashionable clothier, is tiie first to
F.IIjSJ & WJ.VTEH
to which he invites the particular atten
TBS JP USS Is ff'C.
ilis assortment comprises the most fash
ionable goods in the
READY-MADE CLOTHING LINE,
purchased lor cash, and will be sold
CHEAPER than any other house in the
country can otter the same quality ol
A full line of MEN'S AND BOYS'
Also a better assortment ot FURNISH
ING GOODS than can be found elsewhere
Call, examine, and satisfy your
M. R. ROSEN FIELD.
March 9, 1881.
PITTSTON, WILKES-BARRE, AND
Loyal Sock Coal.
Invites the patronage of his old friends and the put)
lie generally. I shall keep a full assortment
oi all sizes,
AND BIIALL SELL AT
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
Yard and office, foot of Pine street, just soutli < f
Hair Car an if Shave
Go to the
WARD HOUSE SHAVING PARLOR
ts uiui ytuid
MORE DO YOU WANT?
Than the Fifteen Years
i To convince you of the Reliability of his
; goods, and he now offers better bargains than
j ever, in
JVlens, Boys and Chi!dren3 Suits, Over
coats, Hats. Caps and fine Furnishinq
All goods guaranteed as represented
Not Cotton and Sliaddy for "All Wool."
For the Best Bargains, Best Goods,
Best Assortment and Largest Sloelc of any
j dealer in toicn, go to the "old reliable
i store of
Ao. 2. Patton's Block, Towanda, Pa.
MORRIS & IRELAND'S
Fin E- PR OOF SJ FFS.
The only eight-flange safe in the world
and containing- more improvements than '
any safe made, such as
THE PATENT INSIDE BOLT WORK, j
Mori' secure from Iturglars than any otlu-r Fire- 1
Proof Safe, and no expense 111 repair
ing Bolts or Locks.
PATENT HINGED CAP,
INSIDE IRON LININGS,
SOLID ANGLE CORNERS. |
These Safes are now being sold in this State in !
Large Numbers and give the Greatest
Satisfaction, being the
Most Highly Finished, Bestj
Made, and Cheapest First-Class !
Safe ever Produced.
These Celebrated Safes had the
Grail Eiosfon jFirc 9
And since that time Great and Important !
Improvements have been made.
Before giving your order to any other !
i concern, setnl for prices and descriptive |
MORRIS & IRELAND,
68 BEADS ST., SEW YORK.
64 SUDBURY ST., BOSTON. j
JTTIIS. D. r. STEDGE,
AAA Manufacturer of and dealer In
Human Hair Goods,
Special attention given to
COMBINGS—Roots all turned one way
Switches from $1 upwards Also agent for Hun
er'sINVISIBLE FACE POWDER, and Duplex
and Griswold Corsets and Shoulder Brace Eiastics.
Corsets, and Shoulder Brace Elastics.
Particular attention paid to dressing ladies hair at
their homes or at my place of business, over Evans
& Hildreth's store. MRS. D. V. STEDGE*
P ARROTT & GRISSEL,
96 Main Street.
We have now on our racks
and shelves one of the most ele
gant lines of foreign and domes
that the market can produce, for
FALL & WINTER
season. We invite an inspection
of the same, feeing assured that
we can please the taste of all as
to style ot make and quality of
I]N 3 Do not wait until the sea
son is well advanced before leav
ing your order. COME KAR
RV • • sep. 14.
QR. A. E. BURR'S
EJ rW <* . s !• Hi 9J
This remedy is something new, both as to name
and composition. This is one of the wonders of the
world. This Syrup, 1 claim, is better and more
effective than any other ever offered to the ople of
America or any other country, and what 1 say of
this 1 can prove, This Syrup, like the Pills, is
harmless and safe. It contains 110 opium or other
narcotic poison, like the most Syrup, and is not dis
agreeable to take. Any child will take it. Audit
will cure any and all inflammations arising from
Cold. It is superior to all others in every respect
and especially for the following reasons :
Ist- It will cure Croup every time.
2d. It will cure Inflammation ofthe Lungs.
3d. It will cure Quinsy.
■'til It will cure Whooping Cough.
sth It will cure Bronchitis.
3th It will euro Iloarsent
j Tlh It will cure Sore Throat.
Bth Jt will cure any Cold.
Btli It will cure Congestion of /lie Lungs.
PHli It will cure any Cough.
; 11th It will cure Scarlet Fever,
i 12th. it is the best remed- that anv one can take
for Consumption, and if taken in the lirst stage I
will guarantee a cure.
1 perfectly safe for all ages as there is
nothing in its composition that can harm a chili?.
For sale by CLARK B. PORTER. ' 1 M '
O it hf T went if-fiveCent*
C<TUI)G-li'S TONIC FOR THE
A sure cure for Dandruff and all other
diseases or trie Scalp. Stops the hair
from falling out; invigorates the hair
nerves; cleanses the hair perfectly and
gives it a beautiful and healthy gloss tha
cannot be obtained without itp use.
B*aP*Pnce 50 cents per Bottle.
Manufactured sold by
i.. v. STEDGE,