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VOLUME I, NO. 107.
Business Cards. ALVORD & SON, JOB PRINTERS, DAILY REVIEW OFFICE, Main street, Towanda BENTLY MEEKER, CLOCK & WATCH-MAKER AND REPAIRER. All at the lowest prices. Monroeton, Pa. DR. T. B. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURD EON, Office over 11. C Porter's Drug Store, Residence corner Maple and Second Streets, JOHN VV. CODDING, A TTORNE Y-AT-LA W y Office over Mason's old Bank. 1863. 1879. TTIRB cf LIVE INSURANCE. Wlll. S. Vincent, Main-st, Towanda, Pa. Largest, Safest, Oldest and best companies repre sented. 17sept79. HENR Y STR EE TELI, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW TOWANDA, PA. GW. RYAN, • CO UNT Y S UPERIN TEN I) EN 7. Office Patton's Block. OD. KINNEY, A T TOR NE Y-A T- L .l W. Office, corner Main and Pine Streets, Towanda, l'a. T */iLIAMS & ANGLE, VV AT TORN E YS-A T- L A If, Office formerly occupied by W. Watklns. A & SON, L- A 7 TORNE YS-A T- LA ir. South side Mercur Blook, Towanda, Pa. N. C. KLKBUEK. I L. ELHBREE. T^OR Hiiiu < ?ut smd Slnive Oo to the WARD HOUSE SHAVING PARLOR STEI )(iE Is there. C° AI " NATHAN TIDD, DI.ALKII IN PITTSTON, WILKES - BAR RE, AND LOYAL SOCK COAL. invites the patronage of his old friends and the pub lic generally- I shall keep a full assortment of all sizes, ANI) SHALL *ELL AT LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. Yard and office, foot of Pine street, just south ot Court House. Aug. 30 N. T1DI). PROPOSALS FOR POOR HOUSE FARM. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, Towanda, Nov. <5*1879. \ The Poor House system of maintaining the poor of Bradford eonnty having been adopted by a ma jority of the votes of the electors of the county, the undersigned will reecho proposals at thei.i office in Towanda, for the next thirty days, for the sale of VtarniH suited to the purposes of a Boor House Farm. In stating proposals give the quantity and quality to land, tin- improvements, how watered, where lo cated, and the price asked. The information so communicated will be regard ed by uo as confidential until we have determined upon a purchase. DANIEL BRADFORD, -I. VV. HURST, M. F. RANSOM, C ounty Commissioners. DAILY TOWANDA REVIEW. TOWANDA, PA., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 13, 1879. The News Condensed. General Grant received an enthusiastic , reception in Cincinnati. Francis E. Hayden has been acquitted of the alleged poisoning of his sister. Great anxiety prevails in Russia in ex pectation of new repressive measures by the Goverment. The Chamber of Deputies at Paris has appropriated $1,000,000 to relieve thesuti i ering poor of France. Governor Hoyt has again refused to deliver Mr. Kedhelier, whom Mrs. Walling ibrd claims married her, to the New York authorities. The Surgeon General of the United State Marine Hospital has issued a circu lar for the guidance of persons desiring to enter the medical corps of that service. The Republican papers of Kansas prove, on a count, to be about equally divided between Grant and Blaine as presidential candidates. Ex-Secretary of War McCrary expects to leave Washington early next week to assume the duties of I uited States Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit. The officers of the new French Cable Company deny that there is any defect in i the cable, and declare that the line w ill be obened for trullic shortly. Three thousand four hundred and lifty one acres ol' white pine and white oak timber land in Centre county lias been sold foi <562,000 to Mr. John T. Fowler of Fowler post-ottice that county. Among the converts made to temper ance by a "blue ribon" movement in At lanta, Ga., is Major S. \V. Small ("Old Si"j> one of the funny writers of the At lantic Constitution. About two hundred colored refugees bound for Indiana passed through Wash ington on Wednesday night. They expect ! to sett le near Greeneastle, in that State. Several thousand additional "hands" could be employd there. Haulan, the oarsman, was in New York Thursday and signed a paper agree ing to extend until December 22 the terms of the compact enter into November 1)5. llanlan says this is the last chance lie will give Courtney to row lor the $6,000 prize. When the Treasury Department was cutting down expenses in 1876 the salar | ics of all the subordinate oliieers and ein | ployees in the New \ ork C'usloin-house were reduced ten per cent. An etfort is now being made to have these salaries restored to the old figure. The present purpose of the Democracy in Washington is to have a short session and adjourn by May 1. There is not likely to be a revision of the tariff or other general legislation. The majority are on 1 their good behavior and have become rid- i iculously demure. The Postmaster General yesterday is sued an order to the postmasters in New York forbidding the payment of any pos- | tal money order drawn to the order of j Simpson &, Co. at No. 4l> Exchange Place, ! New York, and to return all registered ! letters addressed to this tirin to the post masters at the oliices where they were 1 originally mailed. The order is based upon investigations of a special agent of the Post Oltiee Department, who reports that Simpson & Co. arc engaged in con ducting a scheme or device for obtaining money through the mails by means of false and fraudulent pretenses. • ' I W el come News ! REDUCTION in prices of the | l< LOYAL SOCK ! at I I ! Coal Yard. —"" ' YARD PRICES. LARGE STOVE, $3 OO | SMALL STOVE, . 3 25 j CHESTNUT, 7 2 s i EGG, 3 OO | GRATE, 3 OO J SMALL CHESTNUT, 2 IC I J 1 The usual price tor cartage to be added to above, ALL UAL THOROUGH- Li'SCREENED (iCr* Full W eights teed : as 11* . n.ii. r.t> it v. Towanda, Dec. 2, 187 c). PRICE ONE CENT GREAT CROUDS Continually attend the Auction Sale OF FINE Dry Goods in the store formerly occupied by J. KENT, Moore's Block. I'lH' stock comprises large lines of lIRKSS GOO I)S, CALICOES, DOMESTICS, TABLE LINENS, TOWELSund TOWELNG, FLANNELS, MARSEILLES and CROTOIIET QUILTS, BLANKETL, HOSIERY OF ALL KINDS, KNIT UNDERWEAR, GLOVES in great variety, LADIES SKIRTS, and CORSETS, UMBRELLAS and I'ARASOLS, RIBBONS, and RUCHES, COLLARS, and CUFFS, LACES, and VEILINGS, and FANCY GOODS and NOTIONS, FINE TABLE and POCKET CUT* LERA . In fact everything found in a first elans store. No old styles an in most Bankrupt stocks, the : goods having befcn purchased within the year. Sales at 1 and 7 p. in., until stock is closed. Ladies Especially invited. No reserve. D. LYONS. 1831. THE CULTIVATOR 1880. AND C /Oiinti'y Gentleman. The Best of the AG KI CULT URAL WEE KLI Ev>. It is UNSURPASSED, if not UNEQUALKD, for the Amount and Variety of the PRACTICAL INFORMA TION it contains, and for the Ability and Extent of its CORRESPONDENCE—in the Throe Chief Directions of Farm Crops and Processes, Horticulture and Fruit-Fro wing, Live Stock and Dairying— while it also includes all minor depatments of rural interest, such as the Poultry Yard, Entomology, Bee-Keeping, Greenhouse and Grapery, Veterinary Replies, Farm Questions and Auswers, Fireside Reading, Domestic Economy, and a summary o the News of the Week. Its MARKET REPORTS are unusually complete, and more information can he gathered from its columns than from any other source with regard to the Prospects of the Crops, as throwing light upon one of the most important of all questions— When to Buy and When to Sell. It is liberally illustrated, and constitutes to a greater degree than any of its contemporaries A LIVE AGRICULTURAL NEWSPAPER Of never-failing interest both to Producers and Con sumers of every class. The COUNTRY GENTLEMAN is published Weekly on the following terms, when paid strictly in ad vance : One Cepy, one year, *2.50; Four Copies, *lo, and an additional copy for the yeuv free to the. tender of the Chit- Ten Copies, *2O, and an additional copy for th year free to the tender of the Club. For the year 1880, these prices include a copy of the ANNUAL REOIHTEROF RURAL AFFAIRS, to each subscriber—a book of 144 pages and about 120 ne gravings—a gift by the Publishers. All NEW Subtcribers for 1880, paying in ad vance now, will receive the paper WEEKLY, from receipt of remittance to January Ist, 1880, with out charge. Specimen copies of the paper free. Address LUTHER TUCKER & SON, Publishers, Albany, N. Y.