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I . Towanda, Pa., Saturday, Dec'r 13, 1879. EDITORS : B. W. ALVOItD. NOBLE N. ALVORI). " Daily Mterioir" only 95 cent per month. Try it. ' I Paragraphs like the following are often i invented by writers for the press. But j here is a real and really fresh specimen from the columns of the Titusville (Pa.) ; Morning Herald of the 25th of November : j "A CAUI) OK THANKS. "Also an address to the Public,.. "TITUSVILLE, November 2t>. "To the Editoi of the Herald: " Permit me through the columns of your paper to express my sincere thanks j to those ladies and gentlemen who, by | their unremitting attention and many acts | of kindness toward my wife and myself during the former's recent illness, have! placed me under great obligations to j them. "I would also take this opportu- j nity to state to the ladies of Ti tusville and vicinity that I will continue in the millinery business, and shall endeavor to keep a much more complete assortment of goods than heretofore. I propose to offer every novelty and variety that the seasons can produce at the lowest market prices. "CHARLES E. TRACY." • The Evangelical Alliance issues the cus tomary program for the Week of Prayer, January 4—lo, 1880, as follows: Sun day, January 4, sermon on the Fullness of Christ's Salvation;" Monday, tlmks giving for blessings of the last year and prayer for their continuance; Tuesday, confession of sins and humiliation before God; Wednesday, prayer for the Church of Christ, its ministers, its growth in grace and its enlargement, and for revi vals of religion; Thursday, prayer for Christian education, for the family and institutions of learning, for Sunday- Schools and Christian associations; Fri day, prayer for nations rulers and peo ple, for peace and religious liberty; Sat urday, prayer for home and foreign mis sions. Of Grant as Presidential candidate the Virginia City (Ncv.) Enterprise (Hep.) says: "Were he now in his vigor to set him self to write the history of the last eigh teen years he might produce something which would last when Washington's farewell address would be forgotten. Were he to decline a third nomination for the Presidency it would be an act which would exalt him as man has seldom been exalted on this planet. It would not on- [ ly impress his countrymen profoundly, but would in foreign lands give such an idea of America and Americans as was never entertained before." The Toronto Globe , speaking of the de mand made upon Great Britian for the compensation for interference with Amer ican Fishermen in Fortune Bay, and to which reference is made by President Hayes in his message, says: "There is nothing warlike in asking for compensa- | tion but, on the contrary, something \ laughable in the impudence, with which our big neighbor demands $10.">,000 for the flsh which two skippers only hoped to catch one Sunday afternoon. A woman calling herself Queen of Cure is doing an enormous business in South west, particularly among the negroes. ne rides in a discarded circus chariot, wearing velvet and spangles, and accom panied by a band of music. She has the reputation among the credulous of posses- i sing miraculous power of healing and i multitudes flock around her wherever she goes. She makes no charge for her serv ices, but sells vast quantities of lini ment to which she ascribes i. arvelous curative qualities. The Board of Directors of Lehigh val- I ley Railroad Company have declared a quarterly dividend of one per cent, on the capital stock, payable after January 15th, 1880. QOAL! COAL: CHJEJtJPIt HI ! The following prices will be charged for mftJY TMMEtJtCMTJS t'O.IL in the yard, in all the yard* (denatures hereto attached, until furthe notice : STOVE, $ 4 oo CHESTNUT, 4 oo GRATE, 3 75 EGG, 3 75 HiT Cartage, FIFTY CENTS PER TON IN addition to above, and an EXTRA CHARGE for carrying in. W. M. MALLORY, Towana . HENRY MERCUR, NATHAN TIDD, " E. B. PIERCE, " BAIITLETT BROS., Wysox. A i .ff.t tj it It *'N IV IIZD, formerly Phln ney'H : Sullivan Cual, LARGE STOVE, #3 00 SMALL STOVE, 3 25 CHESTNUT, 3 25 EGG f 3 00 GRA TE, 3 00 SMALL CHESTNUT', 2 1 5 With same additional charge* for cartage. W. M. MALLORY. October, 24, 1870. E. ROSEN FIELD'S Fall Opening CLOTHING * HATS, CAPS, NECKWEAR, GLOVES, HOSIERY, and a full line of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, which are offered EXCEEDINGLY LOW. Jail and nee me, examine goods, learn prices, &c M. E. ROSENFIELD. JOHNSON, FASHIONABLE BARBER, I j Under Market, one door south of Ward] House. j Careful and experienced workmen always ready ! to wait upon customers. | FIRM. : H, Davidow & I3ro. ! CASH PAID | FOR I FUR, i l I I . HIDES, PELTS, I WOOL, BEESWAX, No. 4, Bcidleman,s Block, Bridge St | To wanda, October 28. I J FIGHT MIT SIGEL and all HONORABLY DISCHARGED SOLDIERS will consult their own interests Dy calling at JACOBS' long established and well known ! ONE PRICE ■CLOTHING HOUSE, PATTON'S BLOCK, and buy their coats, pants, vests, overcoats, shirts, overalls, Gloves, Hose, Hats and Caps, and every thing in the line of fine and stylish GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Don't be deceived by persons falsely representing themselves to be JACOBS, but come directly to nay store in l'atton Block, Main street, near Bridge at' au 5 26 H. JACOBS. h ew ' JOB PRINTING OFFICE. We respectfully invite public attention to our COMPLETE JOB PRINTING HOUSE! Corner Main and Pine streets, over the Music Store. COMMERCIAL PRINTING- AND PHAMPLET WORK A SPECIALTY. LETTER, NOTE AND BILL HEADS, ENVELOPES, TAGS Neatly executed on the shortest notice. V BUSINESS, PARTY AND CALLING CARDS printed to order. ALVORD A SON.