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T( )WANI)A REVIEW.
VOLUME 111, NO. ii 2.
R. N. MANNERS, of Waverly, was one of
the callers at this office yesterday.
IIARRY GREEN of the Waverly Jieview
spent Sunday with a friend in this place.
Miss LIZZIK 11 K v WARD, who is pursuing
her musical studies in Syracuse, came home
on Saturday to spend the holidays.
JOHN P. Mouuow, of Hamilton College, is
spendin the Christmas vacation with his
parents in this place.
Col. 11. 11. M'KKAN goes to Philadelphia
to-day to attend a meeting of the survivors
of the Pennsylvania Reserves.
Miss EMMA L. WELLES and Miss ANNA
THOMAS have gone to New York city to
spend a few days in visiting friends.
Mr. E. T. 1U; KG AN has also received his
Christmas present, a little in advance of the
arrival of St. Nick. It's hoy number two.
Judge JESSUP, of Montrose, and Hon. M.
F. ELLIOTT, of Wellsborough, arc in town
to assist iiu the Tunning Co. arbitration,
which will bo resumed to-day.
WILLIAM LENT, Esq., for along time Jus
tice of the Peace and one of the most intelli
gent farmers of Sheshequin township, made
us a pleasant cali ou Saturday.
Capt Jos. TALL, a former resident of this
place, is the deputy marshal who has special
charge of the assassin GLTTEAU. The vidian
will he safely guarded while JOE keeps an
eye on him.
Court having adjourned, Dr. HARRIS has
betaken himself to Potterville to spend the
holiday's with his daughter. The REVIEW
joins witli his many friends in wishing him a
*' merrv Christinas.''
Dr. WILLIAM PEPPER, Dean of the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania, arrived in town
Sunday morning, having been summoned
hereby Doctor NEWTON for consultation in
a critical case.
Titus will have Christmas Trees for sale
from Wednesday until Saturday.
The cheapest and the best place in Towan
da to buy Christmas candies is at Titus' con
It is no exageration in FKLCII IT Co. to
claim the largest assortment of silk handker
chiefs of any establishment in the country.—
It will certainly pay you to call and examine
them. You cannot fail to be pleased.
A Literary Society has been organized by
the High School students of the Graded
School, and the following officers elected:—
Pres. —BEN.I, KUYKE.NPALL, Vice Pres.—
MARTIN BKNNLS, See.—WILLIE WOODRUFF.
Treas.—HlßAM WlLl.so.v, Ex. Com.—EVAN
MUIK, GEORGE LITTLE and JESSE JUNE.
BAKED BANANAS FOR BREAKFAST —Peel
the fruit ami cut in halves lengthwise. Lay
these strips in close order in a baking pan,
strew sugar over and some bits of lrosh but
ter and hake in a moderate oven about half an
hour. The fruit should he hasted-while ha-
king with a lew spoonsful of butter and su
gar syrup and should oonie out glazed, serve
warm. — Chicago Hotel Reporter.
IIOUSK STOI.KN. —The Celtaysville Adver
tiser says ill Al. HuiSTKjt of l'ike. had a horse
taken from his stable on Friday night last,
and on Saturday morning a warrant was plac
ed in tie* hands of Constable MiI, AN BKKCII
KH, \Yho so* n brouglit the horse to its owner
and the young man, SHICUMAN HIIADLKY, lie
fore Esquire (iK<>. \V. BUINK, who sent him
to Towauda to hoard at the hospitable man
sion of Sheiitr l>eane. The stealing was
done so reckless, it is generally believed that
1 lie young man had an eye to winter quarters
more especially than the profits he could have
tealized from a stolen horse.
The Toledo manager of the Standard Oil
Co. No. *> Merchants' Bank, Toledo, k Ohio,
TOWANDA, PA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1881.
sprained tlie muscles of his right leg very
severely. St. Jacob's Oil was used and quick
ly cured him, greatly to his pleasure.
MONROE ITEMS.—Dr. Stewart's lecture
before the literary association of Monroe,
was more than a common success. lie had
to encounier the most stormy, unpleasant,
and Egyptian darkness evening of the fall and
winter. Thus with the weather and dark
ness and storm all against him. he was mas
ter of the situation, completely so —a good
house notwithstanding, and the cream of so
ciety for listeners. Everybody was well
pleased and satisfied with the high charac
ter of the entertainment.
The Doctor was eminently at home, and so
was every one else. The satisfaction was
entire on the part of his hearers. I shall not
attempt a description of his beautiful train
of thought—as soon describe a beautiful
shower after a protracted dirtli. N. D. l\
Anarchy reigns in Peru.
•Forty lives were lost by a mine explo
sion at Bolton, England, yesterday,
The census of France was taken Satur
day The population is 38,000,000.
It is reported that four hundred per
sons were drowned by the bursting of a
dam at Perregaux, North Africa.
Scot'ilie is said to be worn out and dis
couraged with theGuiteau trial. He feels
there is no hope for the assassin.
In consequence of the death of the wife
of one of the jurors in the assassination
trial, the court adjourned from yesterday
The nominations of Hon. 15. 11. Brews
ter for Attorney General, and J. Bancroft
Davis for Assistant Secretary of State,
were unanimously cohlirmed by the Sen
The Cornet Band of Wyalusing, will give
their popular drama '"All that Glitters is not
Gold." on Tuesday evening, Dec. 27th. They
arc said to have a company of well drilled
PREMIUM BEEE FOR THE HOLIDAYS.—Ha
ving purchased PETER WALROKN'S premium
steers, I sliaii have them slaughtered, and
served to my customers for tlie holidays.
Ice Cream at Titus' during the holidays.—
Come in and have a dish or send in your order.
FELCJI & Co. are offering a splendid line of
Silk Handkerchiefs, direcs from the manu
facturers, the largest assortment ever offered
in town, at bottom prices. You cau't aftord
to pass them.
New Figs, only 15 cents per pound; Mala
ga tiaapes. 30 cents; Florida Oranges, Lem
ons and French Bananas, direct from Aspin
NOTICE!—On or about the lirst of April 1882,
M. L. SCHMEEBEKQ, proprietor of the Great Bos
ton Clothing, Boot and shoe Mouse, .just opened in
Means' Block, Main street, will Change Quarters to
No 2, I'atton'fl Block, corner Main and Bridge sts.,
with a large and elegant stock of Spring and Sum
mer Clothing, which will be made up expressly for
the Towanda Branch. Thanking the people of this
community for their patronage in the past, and we
hope to see all our old customers, and many others,
at our in-w place of business, with a convenient lo
cation, and Less Rent, that we shall be able to sell
our goods at still better Bargains, and shall aim to
please every one, and to keep the Largest and Best
stock as can be found'anywhere. Respectfully,
H. J.. SCIIN EISBKRG.
For the lincst line of smokers goods for
Christmas presents, go to John Sullivan's on
Bridge sf. dee. 19—2\v.
Large invoieeof foreign and domestic wines
and liquors expressly adapted to the holiday
trade, just received at John Sullivan's, No. 4,
Hale's block. Bridge st. dec. 19 —2w.
M. llendelman has the finest stock of Brace
lets in town.
lias greatly increased his
goods for Holiday Presents.
He has n fall assortmen of Ladies
Watches, Swiss and American, GOLD
Sterling Silver Ware.
Rosier s Celebrated Sit
Clocks of all dis
•fifi Low Prices. Everything gn
End raving clone' by
You will save money by buying your Jewelry of
llendelman buys all ofhis goods direct from the
Manufacturer* in large quantities which enables
him to sell goods way down.
You will find the finest selection of Sterling Sil
ver ware at Ilcndelman's.
Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses at ilendelman's
Clocks of all descriptions at Ilcndelman's.
Two dwelling houses in the First Ward
for rent. O. D. KINNEY.
Itooms suitable for small family, t let, in ceatrs
of town. Enquire at this office.
At the FIVE CENT STORE
you will Unci the largest stock of
HOLIDAY GOODS , suitable
for PRESENTS, ever offer
ed in this market.
IT WILL BE TO YOUR
/A TEREST to call and exam
SUNDAY SCHOOL Com
mittees will find articles suitable
for presents at very low prices.
The Five Cent Store is head
quarters for Santa Claus.
JVe dries clay Even ing
DECEMBER 21st, 1881.
Tiekets now on sale at Kirby's Drug
Store, Whitcomb's book store and C. S.
Fitch's confectionery store.
ADMISSION .10 cents.
No extra charge for Reset ved Seats.
PRICE ONE CENT.
stock, and is daily receiving new
and Gentlemen's GOLDfand SILVEK
& SILVER Jewelery in tbe latest style.
vcr Plated Flat dr llollozv Ware,
cri fit ions.
line of Foley s Celebrated
BANK Pens, and Pencils.
The BFSP in use.
new. Call and be convinced.
himself on short notice !
Main and Bridge Street.
Have Con ha to Stay!
THE VETERAN BARBER,
A.gctin to the front
and prepared to do
bettei* worJr. tTxarc ev
CO M E A NI) SEE HI M !
Shop one door north of Scott's
Bakery, opposite Post Office.
BP I* Sledge,
TEA CUE RE INSTITUTE.
Prof, ll'/ii. f. • liftrshall,
"WONDERLAND", or The New Na
Brilliantly Illustrated with Dissolving Views, by
an Oxy-llydrogen Stereoptican!
"Worth a score of oidinary lectures."— lie v. 11.
K. Pierce /). 1). in Zions llerald.
"Unsurpassed hy 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
hi! might go on with the lecture."— X. Y. llerald.
NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP J
Having rented DODGE'S SHOP, on
| Park street, I invite the patronage of my friends and
I the public. lam prepared to do everything in the
| line nt BLAOKSMTTIIING-. jggj- lleavy work,
! Horse Shoeing. Wagon Ironing and Mill Picks,
j specialties. Prices reasonable.
Dec 19, CTIAS. MORGAN.