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TO WANDA REVIEW.
VOLUME 111, NO. 105.
L. L. LYON, of Monroeton, drives a very
handsome pair of well-matched horses.
Mrs. It. A. PACK BR spent last week as the
guest of President CLAGHOKX'S family in
W. \V. IIICKOK has recently invented an
improvement on his ditcher shovel. Hv an
endless band the dirt is carried up a slide,
like that of a dredgng machine and deposited
at one side of the machine. — Troy Gazette.
FRANK BOWMAN, the hackman, was stand
ins in front of the Ward house, Saturday,
when his feet slipped and lie fell, protru
ding his elbow through a large pane of glass.
It only cost hnn three dollars to repair the
The Episcopal Social meets this evening at
Mr. W. M. MALLOKY'S 011 Houston street
Friends of the Church from out of town as
well as those residing here will meet with a
cordial reception and enjoy a good time if
Our old friend JOHN MORAY, the artist,
lias been publishing a picture sketch of M a
verly, and the Free Press thus compliments
Mr. John Morav has exhibited to us a very
line picture of Waverly and South \\ averly.
The view is taken from near Mr. Heinstreet's
residence, and, shows Savre, the plains and
mountains in the distance. It is executed in
tine warm tints, and is a picture that would
adorn any parlor. It is printed on heavy
plate paper 22x28 inches. In the margin .are
views of Broad street.Spanish Hill, Academy
and Park, Lincoln street school house, view
on Chemung street, near Mr. Slaugnter's res
idence and oui view at East Waverlv All
the prominent public and private buildings,
are shown with remarkable accuracy, even
to those in Say re.
We learn tlie Waverly Daily Review which
lias exhibited evidences of phenomenal suc
cess, is to be enlarged.
The Park Street tobacco >tore in Mercur
block, lias become the favorite resort of the
best judges of the 'weed.'"
The new school house recently erected in
the Xeely district, Athens township, was
destroyed by tire one night last week. The
old building was also burned.
L. \V. SWAKTOUT, agent, i.t the Park Street
tobacco store in Mercur block, so all the
smokers say, seils the best 5 and 10 cent cigars
hi the market.
Mrs. JAMKS 11 AIT HIS, who was buried yes
terday, had been a eonsisten* and exemplary
member of the Presbyterian church for 50
years, and her name stood second on the roll
In the notice of the ABHAMS ease Saturday
we inadvertently made DAVID ABHAMS the
defendant. We should have said "11. A." in
stead of DAVID. The latter gentleman in
forms us that counsel fell into the same error
in arguing the ease
To prevent croup in children let them
wear upon their chest a pad made of cotton
batting sowed upon a piece of muslin or oth
er light fabric. Tnis is one of the "mother
remedies" that lias never been known to'fail
and much serious illness from the dread dis
ease may be prevented by its ue.
A line looking horse caused its owner some
alarm, and the hoys considerable amusement,
by deliberately lying down while standing
hitched t<a buggy at the north side of STE
VENS & LONG'S store, Saturday afternoon.
The animal was soon divested of its harness,
when lie got tip, apparently all right.
As Christ 111 is an I New Year's both fall 011
Sunday this season a good many people are
wonderinwhat dav will be celebrated. Sat
urday or Monday. A law of Pennsylvania
decides tlit; question. It makes Monday the
holiday when the same falls on Sunday. This
applies to all holidays save Decoration Day.
TOWANDA, PA., MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, ISBI.
Tlion the day preceding is chosen when the
30th of May comes on the tirst day of the
ED. MOUILLKSSK.VUX has returned from
the city with an elegant assortment of jewel
ry, silver and piated ware, watches, clocks,
etc., and informs us that he is prepared to of
fer better bargains than ever to cash buyers.
He sure and give him a call before completing
your Christinas purchases. 11 is store is
corner .Main and Bridge streets. Strangers
who may be in town this week will be sur
prised to learn how cheaply they can buy the
best goods from him.
To make a town prosperous everything
possible should be purchased in it and in this
way money will circulate amongst us. going
from one to another, instead of entering the
pockets of the rich merchants of the Fastern
cities, never to return again. We have en
tered upon the holiday trade when thousands
of dollars will be expended and it is to he
hoped that one and ail of our people will fore
go purchasing in the cities, and give our own
merchants that support which they merit as
citizens and men who have invested their
capital in our midst.
Don't forget thill the sale of reserved seats
for Miss K KI,LOGO'S readings begins Monday
The News Condensed.
Ex-Congressman Banning of Ohio died
suddenly Saturday morning.
Speaker Keifer does not intend to an
nounce the house committees until after
The funeral of John W. Forney takes
place to-day. The pall-hearers will be
Gen. Hancock. Gen. Sickles, Hon. W. 1).
Kelly, Ex-Speaker Randall, Gov. Curtin,
George W. Cliilds, E. B. Hart, Daniel
Dougherty, A. K. McClure and Lewis
By the burning of a boarding house on
the line of the Pittsburg and Lake Erie
railroad, about live miles from Pitts
burg, Saturday morning, ten laborers
were burned to death and eleven others
seriously if not fatally burned. The fire
was caused by the bursting of a lamp.—
There were about fifty men lodging in
Jurymen and others addicted to the use of
the "weed'' attending court, this week, can
supply themselves with the best tobacco and
cigars at the lowest prices, at the Park street
tobacco store, Mercur block.
SOMETHING NEW!—One of the leading fea.
tares of New York City is the eagerness with which
the people accept any decided improvement that
may be introduced. The rush now in that city is
for the new kind of Seidlitz Powders, which far ex
cel the old kind, being as pleasant as lemonade.
I hey are called Seidlititio Seidlitz Powders—put up
'n two neat wooden boxes and sold for five cents
each. CLAItK 1). PORTER, Agent.
Three or four weeks ago a long martingal
belonging to a set of common harness, was
lost, propablv in the vicinity of MEKCUK'S
coal yard, if the finder will call at this office
we will direct him or her to the owner.
WANTED—By Germania Band, situations for a
dry goods (dork, 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.
11. A. SCOTT, of the "Sugar Creek Mill," lias
left an order book with (). I). Wickhain at the Post
Office. All orders for Flour, Feed, Meal, Grain
etc., left there will receive prompt attention.
Buy the Waverly cracker,
Robt. N. Manners & Co.
Daniel Mcßride offers ins house on 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.
H O-LIDA 1
Has greatly increased his
goods for Holiday Presents.
lie has a full assortmen of Ladies
Watches, Swiss and American, (iOLD
Sterling Silver Ware.
Roger's Celebrated Sil
Clocks of all dis
Low Prices. Everything gu
End raving done bij
P.§TTOS% 9 S
ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR SALE. —A complete net
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. OURNSEY, Canton, Pa.
Urn 'I.9TXRINO —In this line of business I make
a specialty and defy competition, as I make my
own work and can sell at prices that others have to
pay wholesale. Call early and leave your order, as
I have a number of ordors at present, but will try
and accomodate all. My goods arc the newest and
best fthe money or tha have ever been put into
tldscity. J. OTTAUSON,
Up one flight of stairs. Bridge at., Towanda.
For Sale at the REVIEW Ollice.
FOR SALE CIIEAP.—Good Farm, coutaning
One Hundred Acres, situate near Potterville; good
portion of it under cultivation. Inquire of ARTH
UR BURCIIILL, 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
B-ood Searcher' cured her."—J. liolston, 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 t ins*.
By special request Mr. F. LAMEREAUX, 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. rn. (parents and guardians admitted free), gents
at 7:30 to 9p. m., assemblies from 9t012 m, Ail
the modern dances will be taught. Round dances
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
& SILVER Jewclery in tbe latest style.
| ver Pla ted Flat cts Hollow Ware,
cri ft ions.
hue of Foley s Celebrated
BANK Pens, and Pencils.
The BEST in nsc.
new. Call and be convinced.
| himself on short notice !
Main and Bridge Street.
THE VETERAN BARBER,
j\cjcLiib to the front
cured prepared. to do
better worh than ev
C 0M £ AND SEE HIM!
Shop one door north of Scott's
Bakery, opposite Post Office.
M 9, r. St edge,
DECEMBER 21st, 1881.
Tickets now on sale at Kirby's Drug
Store,Wliitcomb's book store and at
Fitch's confectionery store.
ADMISSION 50 cents.
No extra charge for Reserved Seats.
X LVORD k SON,
DAILY REVIEW OFFICE