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TO WAND A REVIEW.
VOLUME 111, NO. 108.
Col. PIOLLKT addressed an open session of
the State Grange in Williamsport last even
G. MORTIMER LEWIS, of the Wilkes-Barre
bar, was attending to legal business in this
Worthy Master, W. H. SMITH and D. O.
ITOI.LON of.Oscaluwa, are attending the
State Grange in Williamsport.
Col. KENTNER, of Mehoopany, was in
town yesterday purchasing candy, nuts and
and fruits at FITCH'S, for a Christmas en
tertainment for a Sunday School.
C. D. CAMT, late editor of the Tunkhan
nock Republican , is in town. He informs
us that he proposes to take up bis residence
Miss LIBBIE PUFF and Mr. TIP KINNEY,
and FRED E. SMITH, ESQ., all of Waverly,
N. Y., were the guests of Miss JULIA POW
ELL last evening.
M. KEEFE, a former Towanda boy, who is
now employed in the P. B. N. Y. It. It.,
made us a call yesterday. He is paying a
short visit to his friends in Overton, where
his wife has been staying for a little time.
Everybody should hear Miss KKI.LOGG this
Don't miss hearing Miss GERTRUDE KEL
LOGG. thi- evening.
Don't fail to hear Miss KKOLOGG this ev
The best watches made for sale at ED.
.TIM LOCKABEE, one of L. B. RODGERS'
teamsters, was kicked by a horse yesterday
and his face is badly bruised.
Reserved seats for Miss GERTRUDE KEL
LOGG'S select readings only fifty cents. Seats
marked at KIRBY'B.
ED. MOUILLESSEAUX has the finest assort
ment of finger rings, bracelets and breast
pins ever offered here, and his prices defy
Remember that a first class orchestra will
add to the enjoyment of those who attend the
select readings by Miss GERTRUDE KELLOGG
11. C. Dern, editor of the Altoona (Pa.)
Tribune , has used St. Jabob's Oil in his fam
ily for burns, bruises, etc,, and heartily rec
ommends it as a family remedy.
Towanda has not been favored with many
first class entertainments this season, and for
that reason Miss KELLOGG should be greeted
with a full house this evening.
FITCH'S must be head quarters for Santa
Claus, judging from the large number of bar
rels. boxes and packages to be seen in front
of his store awaiting shipment.
IIENDKLMAN, the jeweler, is now receiving
an immense stock of fine jewelry, gold and
silver watches, all the new designs in brace
lets, pins, rings, <fee. His stock of silver
and plated ware comprises all the new
patcrns of ROGERS' celebrated goods. It will
pay you to call and examine his sfoek of
A stranger went into the Parker house
yesterday, and thoughtlessly left the door
open, through which rushed the cold blasts
of a winter's day. Tbe air struck full on the
parrot which swung in a hoop over the office
counter, an 1 the bird piped out, " Shut that
The stranger looked around in astonish
ment, but considered the remark as an im
pertinence and paid no attention to it. The
parrot craning its neck over the swing, while
its tail quivered with indignation at the stran
ger's neglect, again shouted out in a yoice
TOWANDA, PA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1881.
which rang through the room—"Shut that
door, you rascal, shut that door!"
The stranger, now thoroughly alarmed,
sprang to the entrance and closed the door at
once. When an explanation was given, the
stranger was much amused.— Bradford
BURLINGTON, PA.. Dee. 14,1881.
Justin Morley died Sunday eve., Dec. lltli,
1881, in the Tlst year of his age. Funeral
ceremonies observed at the house Tuesday, at
1 o'clock p. m. A goodly assembly of rela
tives and friends were present. Sermon by
Rev. A. Lane. Casket and Hearse furnished
by J. O. Frost & Son, of Towanda. Inter
ed at the old church cemetery. An industri
ous, economicai and thriving farmer, an up
right, christian and an honest man, has gone
from among us to try the realities of the spir
it land. Peace to his dust: he is now at lest
at last from the cares and frettings, the tur
moils and brawlings, which have in a special
manner, characterised his domestic relations
in this life. *
The News Condensed.
The trial of the impudent assassin still
The Pacific National Bank, of Boston,
is to be re-organized.
Thirty-six steamers and vessels arc
over due in New York.
Florida expects to market fifty millions
oranges next season.
It costs per hour to enjoy sleighing
iu Virgiua City, Nev.
General E. B. Babbit. U. S. A., died at
Fortress Monroe, Va., Saturday.
Secretary Freiliughuyscu takes charge
of the State Department on Monday.
Robert S. Phelps, oniy surviving son of
lie late Sherman I). Phelps of Binhamton
died suddenly last night from appoplexy
Gen. Kilpatrick's shoes are not cold be
fore there is said to be a rush for the
Mission to Chili, made vacant by his
Speaker Kiefer is reported to be still
struggling with the task of making up
the House Committees; and to have said
that lie will not announce them before
Monday or Tuesday of next week.
The Board of Inquiry into the conduct
of the Ninth Massachusetts Regiment at
Yorktown and Richmond summoned nine
members last evening to answer a charge
of misconduct. All denied the charges,
and claimed that some of the officers
were endeavoring to clear themselves by
putting the blame on the men. The final
decision of the Board will be transmitted
to the Governor soon.
A good girl wanted in a small family. Inquire of
The Baltimore MINCE MEAT which has a world
wide reputation, is for sale at RUNIJEI.L'S Market.—
Those who once use this brand are never satisfied
with any other.
Select Mlaucinff Cla§.
By special request Mr. F. LAMKIIEAUX, 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 9t012 m, All
the modern dances will be taught. Round dances
WANTED, —2 rooms suitable for house keeping.
A short distance out of town preferred. Inquire
at this office.
A' UDITOR'S NOTICE,—In the mat
ter of the final account of Tamer A. Chaffee,
Guardian of Phoebe G. Chaffee. In the Or
phans' Court of Bradford County.
The undersigned, an auditor appointed by the
said Court to dispose of exceptions filed to the fi
nal account of said Guardian, will meet the parties
at his office in Towanda Borough on Thursday,
January 7, 1882, at 10 o'clock A. M., when and
where all persons interested in said account and
exceptions will be heard.
J. ANDREW WILT,
Dec. 14, 1881. Auditor.
Has greatly increased his
goods for Holiday Presents.
Vie has a fnll assortmen of Ladies
Watches, Swiss and American, GOLD
Sterling Silver Ware.
Roger's Celebrated Sil
Clocks of all dis
Low Prices. Everything gu
Engraving done by
P.ITTOJ1 9 S
ENCYCLOPEDIA FOR SALE.—A complete Bet
ot Appleton's Cyclopedia. Edition of 1879. Full
sheep binding. In good order. Price, $75. Agents
price for same, $96. Address or see
O. A. GURNSEY, Canton, Pa.
Uph;>i.9TERING —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
I 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. Ottauson,
Up one flight of stairs. Bridge st., Towanda.
For Sale at the REVIEW Otlice.
FOR SALE CUEAP.—Good Farm, eoutaning
One Hundred Acres, situate near Potterville; good
portion of it under cultivation. Inquire of ARTH
UR BURCHILL, at the Marble Works.
House for rent in best neighborhood—adjoining
my residence. W. B. Doduk.
New Courtland Cutter For Sale. Enquire of
I). M. WILLCOCK.
TEA CITERS' INSTITUTE!
Prof. f. Marshall,
'•WONDERLAND", or The New Na
Brilliantly Illustrated with Dissolving Views, by
an Oxy-llydrogen Stereoptican!
"Worth a score of oidinary lectures."— Rev. B.
K. Pierce D. 1) • in Zions Ilerald. ,
"Unsurpassed by any lecture ever given in St.
Louis."— St. Louis Globe.
••Four thousand people were in the hall before
eight o'clock. Several times the lecturer had to
request the audience to restrain its applause that
he might go on with the lecture."—W. Y. Herald.
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 SILVER
& SILVER Jewelery in tbc latest style.
ver Plated Flat etc Hollow Ware.
line of Foley's Celebrated
BANK Pens, and Pencils.
The BEST in use.
new. Call and be convinced.
himself on short notice !
Main and Bridge Street.
IltLva Come, Stay!
THE VETERAN BARBER,
to the front
ccncL prepared to do
better wopPc tTicurc ev
COME AND SEE HIM!
Shop one door north of Scott's
Bakery, opposite Post Office.
MP I* Sledge,
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.
ALVORD & SON,
I DAILY REVIEW OFFICE