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TOW AND A REVIEW.
VOLUME 111, NO. 115.
AI.VAII SMITH went to Wilkesßarrc ycs-
Miss .JESSIE WARD of Sayre was in Tow
J. P. CULVER of Bradford is visiting his
Miss MARY BARBER of Livonia, N. Y., is
visiting friends in this place.
Mrs. J. J. GRIFFITHS is visiting her son,
DT.JPATTON GRIFFITHS, in Louisville. Ivy.
IIARRY MADILLIS with his uncle, the Doe
tor, and cousin WILL, hunting deer in Sul
Congressman JADWIX is a member of two
of the House committees—Revision of Laws
and War Claims.
The Commissioners have appointed ROB
ERT 31. PKUYXE, of Burlington, mercantile
appraiser for next year.
Master ROBBIE MEUCUK has gone to Buf
falo to spend Christinas with his little friend,
Master KNOWLTON MIXER.
Mr. O. A. BALDWIN, of Towanda, was in
Waverly yesterday, registered at the hotel
" Warford."—' Waoerly Review.
Adjutant MOORE, 9th Reg., of Wilkesßar
was in town yesterday consulting Captain
WILT in regard to military matters.
JESSEE SPALDING, formerly of Athens,
this county, has been appointed by the Presi
dent Collector of Customs at Chicago.
We are pleased to learn that Mr. Scotr-
TON who was recently accidentally slio 1
while hunting in Sullivan county is impro
Miss IIi LA XOELF.S of East Towauda, who
is attending boarding seliool in Canandaigua,
X. Y.. is spending the holidays with her
Rev. G. D. STROUD came up from Tunk
hannoek yesterday to otlleiate at the funeral
of Mrs. JOSEPH JONKS. The old lady was
<3-k years old.
Superintendent LYON paid out $20,000 in
gold to the mit ers this month and the men
now amuse theinselvss pitching quoits with
twenty dollar gold pieces.
Mrs, G. 11. WELI.ES and daughter, of Wy.
alusing were in town yesterday purchasing
articles for a public Christmas tree to be
erected in one of the churches of that
AARON CLAUSON, a typo who took GREE
LY's advice and went West, after serving
his time as an apprentice in this piaee, made
us a call yesterday. For the past twelve
years he has been in Colorado, California,
Oregon and Nevada. lie v isits Towanda to
see his aged parents.
We can guess what a certain young lady
not far from State street, will find in her
stocking Christmas morning, hut we're 'not
going to give old Santa Chilis away. We
hope she's not the only BELLE intowiftobe
so handsomely remembered, though such ar
ticles do not grow on bushes.
E. M. It KM AEG 10, ;i barber in this place,
while crossing the bridge, Wednesday night,
about J) o'clock. and when about two thirds
of the way over was attacked by some per
son and dealt a powerful blow on the head.
It was evidently a ease of highway robbery.
The bridge was not lighted. The
Commissioners should see that the bridge is
properly lighted these dark nights.
A GOOD SELECTION —We see by the To
vvanda REVIEW of yesterday, that A. D.
COOLIIAUGII Ist Ass't Engineer of the Naiad
Hose Co., was unanimously elected Chief En
gineer of the Fire Department for the com
ing year. Mr. COOI.BAUGII who is now run
ning as postal clerkgonjtheiLehigh Valley rail
road, has been connected with the lire depart
ment of Towifnda, since his boyhood, and on
account of his good record as a fireman, an I
his many genial and social qualities has won
the friendship of every one. The firemen of
TOWANDA, PA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, ISSI.
Towanda are to be congratulated upon the
selection of a gentleman of the character
and worth of Mr. COOLBAUGII as their chief
officer for the coming year.— Waverly lie
A bank is one of the institutions to be add
ed to the business of Sayre in the near future.
The scholars of the M. E. Sunday School
are to enjoy a feast in the church parlors to
morrow evenin .
A post office has been christened "Ehncr'
in Tioga county, this State, in honor of the
Second Assistant I'. M. General.
j The ground is now thoroughly dampened,
j Rain has been falling for 3(5 hours, and there
J is no sign of clearing weather yet.
Monday will be observed as a holiday, as
: Christinas falls on Sunday. The banks and
other business places will be closed. People
: who have paper falling due at the bank on
; Monday should attend to it 011 Saturday.
] A lnissunderstanding having arisen, we are
j requested to state that the Christ Church
Sunday School Christmas exercises will in
| elude both a tree and a feast. The celebra
tion will be observed Monday afternoon.
j The packer of the "Neptune" brand of oys
| ters, Mr. Thomas 11. Dorsey, foot of Tenth
j street, North River, N V.. writes: I had a
j sprained arm and St. Jacobs Oil was applied.
1 It reduced the swelling and eased the pain at
1 once; proving it a remedy of rare worth.
CARTER LEE, a young colored man died at
1 2 o'clock yesterday morning. CARTER was
I the only colored printer in this section. lie
| was a young man of exemplary habits and
highly esteemed by all who knew him. The
funeral will take place from the colored
church this afternoon. Friends will meet at
his father's house at 2 o'clock. The deceased
was 18 years old.
The President will not for the present
encourage anything like public society
events in Washington, believing that a
proper time should elapse after the death
of his predecessor before anything o*
j that kind i.s indulged in.
Judge Riddle proposes to put a stop to
election frauds in Philadelphia. lie has
just sentenced Mount, charged with tam
pering with returns, to 2 years in prison
and a -sIOOO fine.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.—The
Sunday School of the Church of the Messiah
Rev. Dr. TAYLOR, Pastor, will celebrate the
Christmas Anniversary in the church audito
rium. on Saturday evening (Christmas Eve.)
at 7 o'clock. The formation of mottoes, re
citations, singing, and Christmas gifts, will j
make up the pragramme. The public are cor- 1
dial I v invited.
A large assortment of neat Stationery, just!
received Jewel Boxes, Work Boxes, Toilet I
and Nail sets in plush and leather Goods j
at Whitcomb's Rook Store. No trouble to i
Any industrious, practical farmer, with a
small capital, can hear of an opportunity to
buy a farm 011 terms which will enable him
to pay for ot out of the profits. For particu-!
ars enquire at this office.
New Figs, only 15cents per pound; Mala
ga Gaapes, 30 cents; Florida Oranges, Lem
ons and French Bananas, direct from Aspin
wall, at TITUS'.
Large invoice of foreign and domestic wines
and liquors expressly adapted to the holiday
trade, just received at John Sullivan's, No. 4,
Ilale's block, Bridge st. dec. 19—2w.
BIBD—CORSON.—At the M. E. Parsonage, Dec.
21st, ISSI, by Rev. C. 11. Wright, Mr. James B.
Bird, of Meshoppen, Pa., and Miss Lina M. Cor
son of Laceyville.
H O Li ID A
Has greatly increased his
goods for Holiday Presents.
He has a frill assortinen of Ladies
Watches, Swiss and American, GOLD
Sterling Silver Ware.
Roger's Celebrated Sil
Clocks op all dis
Low Prices. Everything gn
Engraving done by
P.ITTOdS 9 S
ICE CREAM. —TITUS wiil furnish Ice Cream
during the holidays. Call and get some or
send in your order.
The best watches made for sale at ED.
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
! fectionery store.
It is no exageration 111 FKLCII & Co. to
claim the largest assortment of sill; handker
chiefs of any establishment in the country.—
, It will certainly pay you to call and examine
j them. You cannot fail to be pleased.
For the linest line of smokers goods for
Christmas presents, go to John Sullivan's 011
Riidgest. dec. 19—2w.
PREMIUM BEEF FOR THE HOLIDAYS.—Ha
ving purchased PETER WALBORN'S premium
steers, I shali have them slaughtered, and
served to my customers for the holidays.
FELCH & Co. are offering a splendid line of
Silk Handkerchiefs, direct from the manu
facturers, the largest assortment ever offered
in town, at bottom prices. You can't afford
to pass them.
Rundell is selling nice large fresh Lake
Fish at Ten Cents per pound.
DONATION AND ENTERTAINMENT.—There
will be a donation given to the Rev. GEO. P.
HOPKINS at his residence on the Wyalusing
Creek, 011 Thursday evening, December 29,
1881. The guests will be entertained by mu
sic and a drama, given by talented young
amateurs from abroad.
M. Hendelman has the finest stock of Brace
lets in town.
Go to Ottarson's for your Eoot Rests, Ottomans,
Sofa Pillows, Easy Chairs, etc .
WANTED —By an English laundress, family
washings. Plenty of water and good drying
ground. M. G. BENNETT.
Second house above the Circus Ground, Bridge
street, Towanda, Pa.
Yon will save money by buying your Jewelry of
LOST, Thursday afternoon, on Main street, a
Beak-skin Glove, for right hand. The finder will
he suitably rewarded on leaving at this cilice.
A good girl, for general housework, wanted.
E. E. QUINLAN.
A good girl, compctant to do general housework,
can hear of an excellent situation by calling at this
PRICE ONE CENT.
| stock, and is daily receiving new
ami Gentlemen's GOLDjuml SILVER
& SILVER Jewelery in tbe lntest style.
! vcr Plated Flat & Hollow Ware.
j eri fit ions.
I line of Foley's Celebrated
PA Nli Pens, an d Pen cils.
\ The BEST in use.
| new. Call and be convinced.
j himself on shoi't notice !
Main and Bridge Street.
Two dwelling houses in the First Ward
for rent. O. l>. Kinney.
Rooms suitable for small family, to let, in centre
of town. Enquire at this oflice.
NEW BLACKSMITH SHOPI
Having rented DODGE'S SHOP, on
Park street, I invite the patronage of my friends and
the public. Tam prepared to do everything in the
line of BLACKSMITHING. 4JGiT" Heavy work,
Horse Shoeing. Wagon Ironing and Mill Picks,
specialties. Prices reasonable.
Dec 19, CIIAS. MORGAN.
I*rof . IfVit. E.
"WONDERLAND", or The New Na
Brilliantly Illustrated with Dissolving Views, by
an Oxy-llydrogen Stcreoptlcan!
"Worth a score of oidinary lectures."— Rev. B.
K. Pierce D, 1). in Zions Herald.
"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."— sT. Y. Herald.
At the FIVE CENT STORE
you will find the largest stock of
HOLIDAY GOODS, suitable
for PRESENTS , ever offer
ed in this market.
IT WILL BE TO *YOUR
INTEREST 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.