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TO WANDA REVIEW.
VOLUME 111, NO. 104.
Capt. It. It. MITCHELL has been elected Su
perintendent of the Troy Presbyterian Sun
JAMES If. CODDING and wife, WILLCHAM
IIKKLIN ami CHARLIE I)IMMOCK have been
in Philadelphia this week.
Prof. DANNKI.LK, gives a grand mask ball
in Masonic temple, Elmira, on Dec. 28, which
promises to he a grand atfair.
Judge MORROW has appointed JOHN N #
C ALIKE to audit, the accounts of the several
county officers for the past year.
Senator ROCKWELL, HECK M'KKAN, and
I. A. PIERCE, Esq., of Troy, start for Texas
next week and expect to he absent three
A l )air of horses lately owned by (i. M.
CLARK of this place, which he sold for SSOO,
have just been purchased for SIOOO by a gen
tleman who will take tliem to England.
WILLIAM SNYDER, Esq., W.J. DELPUECH
CHARLES DROWN, of Shesliequin, and C. S.
DAVIS of Orwell, started for Sullivan coun"
tv yesterday, for a few days hunting.
Mr. J. 1\ PLACEMAN, of Horn Brook, who
has been suffering for some time past, with
an attack of malarial fever, is slowly conva
East Sunday. Hon. HENRY SHERWOOD
gathered enough pansics in his flower garden
to make a handsome boquct. At that rate
Christmas roses will have a rival.— Wellsboro
C°pt. W. T. IIORION. sheriff elect, was in
town yesterday, and executed his bond The
amount required under existing law. is
$25,000. His bondsmen are I>r. O. F. IIOR
TON, lii" latlier, EDMUND HORTON, J. E.
DODGE, and SIIUHKL BOWMAN.
Rev. E. KEI.I.KV pastor of SS. Peter and
Paul was recently presented with a liand-ome
iinportt d Alderny cow, from the famous herd
of Mr. MOOM Y, near Philadelphia. Just
before the animal was shipped here a New
York lady artist made a picture of the beau
Mail Agent, F. M. RUCK met with an acci
dent, on L' i sliy l ist. W.iilu att mipting to
board a train at Eimira, h ; missed his fo >t
ing and e. cue very near being precipitated
under the moving cars. In his stru gle to
free himself from the perilous position, lie
fell and fractured one of his lingers. Under
the circumstances Mr. BUCK feels that begot
off very easy, and is thankful that his injuries
are no greater. — Ttihk'hxmtiock Standard.
The new depot- at Troy is completed and is
now occupied ny the Station Agent.
The Elmira Sunday I'idinyn will he for
sale at tlit: tobacco Store, South end Mercur
Doctor RANDOLPH LYON, of Franklin,
registered yesterd y. No medical degree. He
is No. 101.
The State Dairymen's association meets at
Whitney's Point, Broome county, N. Y., on
December 20th. and eoutinues its sessions for
The (Huzetle eoinplaius liiat cattle are ship
ped troni til ' siihurhan station of Columbia
X Roads at lower rates than are afforded the
dealers in Tr*.y.
Dr. TAYLOR, of the church of the Messi
ah, will discuss th ■ Parables of the Judgufclit
on Sunday in o uing, and in the evening will
speak on ' a c ri-i* i.i the Religious world."
HILLY MILES, the Sinn maker, lias opened
a shop und. r Beudi-r's Art Studio, and will
he glad to see bis old triends and the public
generally, when in want of work in bis line.
The ea e of David Ahrams, indicted at
present term for bastarily and adultery, oc
cupied the attention of the court all da v
ves'erdav. The jury rendered a yerdiet of
TOWANDA, PA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1881.
not gfiilty. of adultrv' though Abr ams is
married man, but guilty of bastardy. That
jury should have a leather medal.
Wheeler and Warner, the young men in
dicted for robbery, with an offensive and
dangerous weapon, came into court yesterday
and plead guilty. Their efforts to buy the
prosecutors off, thanks to the vigilance of
District Attorney Fanning, having been
thwarted. When Mr. Fanning dissovered
that Tom Coggins, who appeared of record
as prosecutor, was not going to appear, he
laid an indictment against him and issued a
warrant for his arrest. This had the etlect
to bring die case to a close, as above stated.
Don't forgot thnt the sale of reserved seats
, for Miss Kkllogg's readings begins Monday
The News Candensed.
Minister Hamlin has arrived in Madrid ,
Four inches of snow fell at Watertown,
i N. V., Wednesday night.
Keifer's friends are already 011 the look-
I out tor the Senate for him.
Col. John XV. Forney editor of Prog
| rcss, died early vest rday morning, aged
| (!4 years.
General Keifer is the first Speaker of
I the House from Ohio. Pennsylvania has
I has three.
j Chicago has fifteen synagogues,, with
; nil average attendance of over 1,300 mem
i bers each.
I The outlook for turf meetings 011 the
Southern circuit, is said to be promising
| beyond precedent.
The government profits from the coin
j age of silver during the three last fiscal
years is $9,752,000.
The Boston Journal can't make up its
; mind 011 the vaccination question, which
: it thinks is unsettled.
, Utah Gentiles want the Territory
governed by a Commission, as the Dis-
I trift of Columbia is governed.
j A herd of 11,000 sheep nas just reached
j Nebraska from Washington Territory,
They have been on the road two years.
It is complained that the Customs
; officers at New Orleans are giving the
port a bad name and injuring its business.
The Grand Lodge of Master Masons of
England, on Monday evening passed a
resolut ion of condolence with Mrs. Gar
The fund for the Garfield monument
nad reached $71,407 on Saturday evening
last. Of this, 33,497 was from dollar sub
Three or four weeks ago a long murtingul
1 belonging to a set of common harness, was
1 lost, propahiv in the vicinity of Mkkcur's
coal yard, if the finder will call at this office
! we will direct him or her to the owner.
WAN TED—Hy Germanin Band, situations for a
dry goods clerk, four years experience, a house and
sian painter, and light work for a young man. All
of them gentlemen of good character and will fur
nish recommendations Communications addressed
I to Germania Band, will receive prompt attention.
j H. A.BCOTT, of the "Sugar Creek Mill," has
j left an order book with O. D. Wickham at the Post
Office. All orders for Flour, Feed, Meal, Grain
| etc., left there will receive prompt attention.
Buy t he Waverly cracker,
Robt. N. Manners & Co.
Daniel Mcßride offers his house 011 Washington
street, 3 doors from the Henry House, for rent. A
small family desired.
Wanted—A good violinist, with evenings not en
| gaged. Address, F. L. G., Box 50, Towanda, Pa.
Has greatly increased his
goods for Holiday Presents.
He hs a full assortmen of Ladies
Watches, Swiss and American, CiOLI)
Sterling Silver Ware.
Roger s Celebrated Sil
Clocks of all dis
The fn est
Low Prices. Everything gu
Engraving done by
ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR SALE.—A complete pet
ot Appleton's Cyclopedia. Edition of 1879. Full
sheep binding. In good order. Price, $75. Agents
price for same, S9O. Address or see
G. A. GURXriEY, Canton, l'a.
UPU IJ.srERiNG —In this line of business I make
a specialty and defy competition, as I make my
own work and can sell at prices thai others have to
pay wholesale. Call early and leave your order, as
1 have a number of ordors at present, but will try
and accomodate all. My goods are the newest and
best fthe money or tha have ever been put into
this city. .T. OTTAKSON,
Up one flight of stairs. Bridge st., Towandn.
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 UURCUILL, 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. 4 Lindley's
B-ood Searcher' cured her."—J. llolston, Elderton,
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, bnt on the lunch
counter may always be found everything the ap
petite craves. Under Chamberlin's jewelry store.
Select Dancing Clans.
By special request Mr. F. LAMKUEAUX, of Bing
hamton, will give instructions in the above art every
Friday afternoon and evening, at Mercur Hall.
Hours of tuition—Ladies, masters and misses at 4
p. m. (parents and guardians admitted free), gents
at 7:30 to 9p. m., assemblies from 9to 12 ra, All
the modern dances will be taught. Round dances
Th ?i1 'sclctiy FJ ve n trig,
DECEMBER 15, 1881.
Sale of Tickets begins at Kirby's Drug
Store, Monday, Dec. 12, at 8 o'clock n
PRICE ONE CENT.
| stock, and is daily receiving new
and Gentlemen's GOLD and SILVER
<Sr SILVER Jewelery in the latest style.
vcr Plated Plat <£• Jlollozu Ware,
hue of po ley's Celebrated
BANK Pens, and Pencils.
The BEST in use.
a ran teed.
new. Call and be convinced.
himself on short notice !
Main and Bridge Street.
Tlclvo Come to 'Stay!
THE VETERAN BARBER,
u\ejetin to the front
cljzcL prepared to do
fetter worPe than ev
CO M E AND S E E HIM !
Shop one door north of Scott's
! Bakery, opposite Post Office.
if, l\ St edge,
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.
Wr*" No extra charge for Reserved Seats.
ALVORD & SON,
Daily RBTIKW O FFI CE