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DAI L Y
TO W AND A REV IE W.
VOLUME 111, NO. 116
Mrs. Judge LONG, of Burlington. is visit
ing her son, M. J. LONG, on Third street.
A. J. WHITNEY, jr., of Harrisburg, is at
the Ward House on bis way to Rome to eat
Christinas dinner with his parents.
Mrs. J. 11. BKEBK, who has been visiting
friends in town for several days, returned t>
her home in Montrose this morning.
Doctor TAYLOR, will preach a sermon ap
propriate to the season at the Church of the
Messiah, to-morrow morning. Xo evening
Senator DAVIDS has been in Philadelphia
tliis week attending a meeting of the commit
tee appointed to secure reform within the
Mr.-. ROBERT SHERMAN, the lady of the
-White House,"' at Rernicc, loft Monday
morning for a short visit with friends at To
To the generosity of Mr. I). O. IIOLI.ON,
<he REVIEW otlice is indebted for a generous
supplv of excellent apples, which have been
thoroughly discussed for a few days.
Christ Church has been elaborately trim
med and the new Rector. Rev. Mr. Exos,
will read tlie beautiful and instructive ser
vice for Christmas, and preach both morning
and evening. Prof, RABCOCK will conduct
the musical portion of the service.
Ex-Sheriil G RIFE is takes advantage of the
Congressional recess to v'sit his family and
friends in this place. He appears to be in
the enjoyment of vigorous health, and thinks
everything is moving oil' harmoniously at the
Miss MARY ARNOTT, daughter of HORACE
AKXOTT of Barclay, and Mr. F. L. FISHER,
of Glean, X. Y., were married on Thursday
afternoon, Rev. C. T. IIAI.LOWELL, officia
ting. The newly wedded pair after remain
ing at the Ward House over night, took the
train yesterday morning for their future
home, in Glean, X. Y.
ROGER IIAMPSOX Esq., Government Mine
Inspector, made an official visit to the Loyal
Sock Mines last week and found everything
in strict accordance as the law requires. He
paid a high and very Haltering compliment
toMincHngine r R. WOODWARD for the same,
and also the successful manner in which he
had managed the interest of the company for
the last six years.
Merry Christmas to all our readers.
Roth the banks in this place have reduced
their rates of discount to G per cent., where
at the unfortunate borrowing classes should
A voting I dy who knows, informs lis that
at lo.i-t live ladies in this place will welcome
cold weather, as it will afford them an op
portunity of wearing their new seal skin
The father of SUTTON, the vouug man who
died while in a seuffie with several compan
ions— bark-peelers— near Wyalusing,last sum
mer, has caused the anvst of the men engaged
in the a Hair, charging them with the murder
of his son. We have not learned the partic
Gne of the best watches ever sold in this
place was purchased the other day by one of
our leading physicians at ths store of Li>.
MOL'H.LESSE VCX. Uis of Swiss manufac
ture, open face a regular beauty. Dr. X's
patients tnav be sure that he will be on time
so long as he consults that chrouometei.
Doctor. HOPI'ET the colored small-pox pa
tient died yesterday morning. Gwing to the
energetic and thorough action of tlie board of
health, in quarantining the house and provi
ding a good nurst , 110 exposures are known
to have taken place and 110 further danger is
apprehended from this source. I here are no
other eases in the town or vicinity.— Wavev
TOWANDA, PA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 18S1.
The Episcopal Mite Society will meet next
Tuesday evening at the residence of Judge
MEKCUR. AS this will he the lirst one
after the installation of th* new Rector, it
will undoubtedly be the pleasantest meeting
of the season, and every member of the
church and congregation, will doubtless be
MONROKTON.— Mr. EDITOR, Dr. Stewart's
lecture gave full satisfaction; and it was de
livered in a pleasing and forcible manner.
Rev. (>, C. Jones of Rochester, is to deliver
a lecture here on Wednesday eve., Dec. *2B,
ISM. Doors open ut 7. Lecture to commence
at 7 1-2. p, 111. We expect a good represen
tation from Towanda and vieinitv.
The Roll of Honor exercises at the Graded
School yesterday afternoon were very inter
esting and, notwithstanding the very disa
greeable weather, were attended by a large
number of interested spectators, amougihc
number Supt. RYAN, and Prof. MCCOLI.OM,
principal of tlie Troy schools, The
acquitted themselves splendidly. Miss DAI
SY STEVENS, having tlie best record for the
month, was awarded the •banner. Speeches
were made by J. F. SANDERSON and K. L.
HlLLls, of tlie board of directors. Capt. J.
A. WILT, 011 behalf of L. S. RLASDELI,, pre
sented the school with a set of pointers. Tlie
names of the roil of honor pupils are crowded
out this morning out they will appear Mon
day. The school rooms wore all tastefully
It is expected that over four hundred teach
ers will attend the se-sion of the County In
stitute, and any of our citizens who are will
ing to take a portion oftiiein as hoarders, can
notify County Superintendent RYAN at
•J. ."v. WILT'S office. A list W ill be kept there
for the accommodation of teachers.
THE PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY PRESS an
nounces that i: will continue, during tlie coin
ing year, all the attractive features which
have given it its present prestige and popu
larity, and that it will add new features, ma
king it Mill more desirable as a family jour
nal. Specimen copies arc sent free.
A tine free lunch will be set out at S. IP
Tidd's Restaurant, at 9 _ o'clock to-night,
50 all Cliroino Cards sent post paid for 10
cents, with name. Address. F. P. Carnoeliau,
Fashionable Caad Printer. Towanda, Pa.
The Celebrated Milwaukee Lager 011
draught a the Park Restaurant..
A inissunderstaiiding having arisen, we are
requested to state that the Christ Church
Sunday School Christmas exercises will in
clude both a tree and a foa-r. The celebra
tion will lie observed Monday afternoon.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY.— The
Sunday School of the Church of the Messiah
R'-v. 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 Christinas gifts, will
make up tlie programme. The public are cor
A large assortment of neat Stationery, just
received Jewel Boxes, Work Boxes, Toilet
and Xail sets in plush and leather Goods
at Whiteomb's Book Store. Xo trouble to
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.
Xew Figs, only 15 cents per pound; Mala
ga Ganpes, 30 cents; Florida Granges, Lem
ons and French Bananas, direct from Aspin
wall, at TITUS'.
Large invoiceof foreign and domestic wines
and liquors expressly adapted to the holiday
trade,just received at John Sullivan's, Xo. 4,
Ilale's block, Bridge st. dec. 19—2w.
lias greatly increased his
goods for I loliday Presents.
He iins a full assortinen of Ladies
Watches, Swiss and American, GQLI)
Sterling Silver Ware.
Roger s Celebrated Sll
Clocks of all dis
'lff' Low Prices. Everything gu
Enf ravin d clone by
ICE CREAM. — TITUS will furnish IceCream
during the holidays. Call and get some or
send in your order.
The best watches made for sale at Er>.
Titus will have Christmas Trees for sale
from Wednesday until Saturday.
The cheapest and the best place in Towan
da to buy Christina* candies is at Titus' con
Il is no exageration 111 FELCII SC CO. to
claim tin'largest assortment of silk handker
chiefs of any establishment in the country. —
II will certainly pay you to call and examine
them. Vou cannot fail to be pleased.
For the finest line of smokers goods for
Clrrestmas presents, go to John Sullivan's on
Riidgest. dec. 19—2w.
PREMIUM REEF FOR THE HOLIDAYS.—Ha
ving purchased PETER WALBORX'S premium
steers, I shall have them slaughtered, and
served to my customers for the holidays.
FELCII Co. are offering a splendid line of
Silk Handkerchiefs, direct from the manu
facturers, the largest assortment ever offered
iirtown, at bottom prices. You can't afford
to pass them.
liundell is selling nice largo 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 011 the Wyalusing
Creek, 011 Thursday evening, December 29,
ISSL. The guests will be entertained by mu
sic and a drama, given by talented young
amateurs from abroad.
M. Ilendclman lias tlie finest stock of Brace
jets in town.
Go to Ottarson's for your Foot Bests, 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.
You will save money by buying your Jewelry of
LOST, Thursday afternoon, on Main street, a
Beak-skin Glove, for right hand. The finder will
be suitably rewarded on leaving at this ollice.
A good girl, for general housework, wanted.
E. E. QTRINLAN.
A good girl, competant to do general housework,
can hear of an excellent situation by calling at this
PRICE ONE CENT.
I stock, and is daily receiving - new
and Gentlemen's SILVER
Jk SILVER Jeweleryin tbelatest style.
vcr Plated Plat tie Hollow Ware,
hue of Foley's Celebrated
BAA A Pens, and Pencils.
The PEST in use.
new. Call and be convinced.
himself on short notice !
Wain and Bridge Street.
Two dwelling houses in the First Ward
for rent. O. D. KINNEY.
Rooms suitable for small family, to lot, in centre
of town. Enquire at this office.
"J\T K\V ISLACKSMITII SHOP!
Having rented DODGE'S SHOP, on
Park street, I invito the patronage of my friends and
the public. 1 am.prepared to do everything in the
line of I3LACKSMITIIING. ffir' Heavy work,
Ilorse Shoeing. Wagon Ironing and Mill Picks,
specialties. Prices reasonable.
Dec 19, CIIAS. MORGAN.
TEA CUE PS' INSTITUTE.
Prof. if**#. ff. c TSnrsha!/,
"WONDERLAND", or The New N;t
Brilliantly Illustrated with Dissolving Views, by
an Oxy-llydrogen Stereoptican!
"Worth a score ofoidinary lectures." — Rev. 11.
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 ball 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." — N. Y. Herald.
At the FIVE CENT STORE
you will find the largest stock of
HOLIDAY GOODS, suitable
for PPESENTS, ever offer
ed in this market.
IT WILL BE TO YOUR
I A TERES T 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.