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T() WAN I> A REVIEW. VOLUME 111, NO. 29. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Personal. BURR TRACY, of Washington, has joined hi - family in Monroeton. I>r. SCOVILI.E of Wvalusing wears the belt, lie caught a five pound bass Saturday even ing. Sheriff DEAN left for Philadelphia this miming with the prisoners sentenced yester day % A. S. COOK, an o'd and honorable New York commission merchant, is registered at the Ward House. Master FRED. BUTTS, takes Mr. STRYKER'S place in the Bank during the lalter's absence on his bridal tour. Rev. Mr. OLMSTEAD who is now employed in Philadelphia, is spending a few days in town with his wife. Mrs. Doctor MONTAXYE is still living, hut past all hope of recovery. Iler death may occur any moment. President CLAGHORN of 8. L. & S. 11. R # took dinner at the Ward House yesterday and then proceeded to Bernicc. Doctor ROCKWELL of Monroeton and Mr. GEORGE RIDGWAY of this place, will attend the session of Grand Lodge Knights of Hon or, in Philadelphia this week. C. M. GEKOULD has been appointed watchman and janitor at the First National Bank, the new relations of Mr. STUYKER rendering it inconvenient for him longer to make his lodging in the. room fitted up for that purpose in the bank. An Athens correspondent of the Eirnira (jazettc , savs: ASA DOUGLASS, of Towanda, Pa., was in town on Tuesday last, calling on old friends, lie is a very genial gentleman whom it is a pleasure to meet. Did you (ver see such elegant Bartlett pear's and such luscious grapes as FITCH, the confectioner, displays? The only physician registered yesterday was: SELDKN SYLVESTER COWKLL, Sinitlitield; no diploma— ten years continuous practice. Our thanks are tendered the Farmers' Ag ricultural Society of Tioga County, for a complimentary ticket of admission to the an nual Fair, to be held at Wellsboro on the sth, oth and 7th of October next. Hon. 11. W. WILLIAMS is President of the Society, and ,T. W. MATHER the Secretary. A large farm ham, containing 100 bushels of wheat, quantity of oats, 20 tons of hay and a large calf, the property of N. T. HORTON, near Sugar Run. was burned Sunday night at 8 o'clock. No insurance. It was evidently the work of an incendiary, but toe perpetra tor is not known. The loss falls very heavi ly on Mr. 11. The forest fires in Michigan devoured eve ry town in their pathway—except one. The village of Sand Beach was protected by Hol ly water works, and no flame could come nigh it that was not instantly beaten back by powerful streams of water. There mav come a day when property owners here wiP be glad of the protection afforded by our Water Works. MESSRS EDITORS.— The records injr fifty years past do not exhibit so heated a term ot weather, as the experience of the last six weeks. During August and September we have had five davs in which the thermometer range< from one hundred and upward in the shade; but in open country, where there was neith or buildings nor foliage to absorb the heat— in some localities 104 degrees has been reach ed. Hitherto 90 degrees has consider ed—hot. hotter —hottest. I a strict record for many years. S. W. ALPKN. TOWANDA, PA., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, ISSI. Tickets to Elmiia and return, good for four days, art; now for sale by Ticket Agent HAN COCK, for $1 50 for the round trip. Court Proceedings. The Court pronounced sentences upon the following prisoners convicted at the present term, yesterday morning: J. A. Pendleton; forgery—two indictments —lines of §l5O. costs of prosecution and un dergo imprisonment in the Eastern Peniten tiary for six years. Frank Swavze, horse stealing, a fine of §SO. cost, and imprisonment in the Eastern Peni tentiary fur five pears and eight months. Melvine Moore, horse stealing, fine of §SO, costs and imprisonment in the Eastern Peii* itentiary for two years and eight months. F, A. Wheeler, felonious assault, line of §SO, costs, and imprisonment in the Eastern Penitentiary one year and six months. Patrick Ward, larceny, to pav a tine of §2O. costs, and imprisonment in the Eastern Peni tentiary for two years. The last scene in the plav, Uncle Tern's Cabin, which is to be produced in Mercur Hall this evening hy the Boston Ideal Uncle Tom's Cabin Company is thus described in their programme: Act 7, and La*t. —The Apotheosis of Eva and Ascension into Ileaven. The most Sub lime and thrilling Allegory ever witnes-ed Paint d by E. (1. Evans of Boston. The scene opens disclosing to tne audience a chaotic mass of clouds and vapor; slowly the veil ot mist is lifted; music swells through the echoing space—a tide of richest ui lody— while eouniless angel voices join in the sol emn chorus, which rolls away and lingers in the distance, faintly as the whisper of a spirit. Silent and magnetic the dense clouds rend asunder, disclosing the pearly gates of Para dise. while the spirit of gentle Eva is seen as cending IO the Celestial Courts of God. The i horus of the angels, with their song of wel come. thrill the enraptured ear, the eye is daz zled and deli Mi ted as the gorgeous beauties ot the streets of Heaven burst upon the view, and Ihe gentle, loving bva, with a smile ot seraphic tenderness, bids a last adieu to earth and enters thai abode of bliss which mortals dream of and which unguis know. "NEARER MY GOD TO THEE.'' BURLINGTON* ITEMS.— Dr. E. A. EVERTS. of Ithaca, has been spending a short time in town. Miss EMMA WARRING and Miss JENNIE BENNETT of Towanda have been visiting friends at East Trov: they also made Miss TRUMBULL a pleasant call at Burlington. We were happily surprised to meet Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Spencer in town, a few days ago. although it seemed impossible to retain them as citizens, still we are glad to haVe them with us even for a day. Mrs. Judge LONG of this place attended the funeral of her niece, MRS. BLISS, Troy. Miss IDA MORGAN, of Towanda, spin last week wite friends here. Mrs. JOHN SIMPKINS of Detroit, is visiting Mrs. R. Ross. Mr, iV. 11. I). GREEN lias returned from his visit to Binghamton and Montrose. Tne Odd Fellows enj >ved a pic-nic in the grove near town a short time ago. Thegreatost anxiety of our people at present is to know whose well they can get the pail of w ter from. Preaching at the County house one week ago last Sunday, by the Baptist Minister, of Troy. Next Sabbath the Presbyterian min ister of the same pluee, will officiate. A disgraceful affair occurred in our stceets the other dav caused by politics; and what made it appear more ridiculous to us, was, one of the party was a peace officer of the town. TOM ME. Sept. 12,1881. FOR RENT. — I will rent the whole or a tart of mv house on Second street, on reas mable terms. Possession given immediately MRS. E. 11. MASOXN. DITTRICH k Co. are selling elegant pears, fir for eating now or preserving, at oue dollar per bushel. The President's Condition. OFFICIAL BULLETINS. The" President's improvement yester day was marked, notwithstanding the un favorable symptoms of Saturday. The lung difficulty is believed to be passed.— The patient is cheerful and relishes his food. LONG BRANCH, SECT. 12, 1881. 8 :G0 A. M. The President passed an unusual good night, his sieep being uniuti rrupted, ex cept, occasionally, to enable liiin to take food. Suppuration from the parotid gland lias almost entirely ceased. The opening from which the pus discharged is rapidly healing. The cough is less, and expectoration materially diminished. Temperature 95.4; pulse 100; res piratiou 18. G p. M. The Prcsipent has experienced since the issue of the morning bulletin a further amelioration of the symptoms. lie has been able to take an ample amount of food without discomfort and has had several refreshing naps. At the noon examina tion the temperature wa599.2; pulse, 10G; respiration 20. At 5 :80 p. in., tempera ture, 98.G; pulse, 100; respiration, IS. The News Condensed. The N. Y. State Fair opens to-day. Dr. Agnew publishes a statement that hii.was never called on to act as referee in the settlement of the question of the retiring surgeons. Ferris, the new Tichborne claimant, has left San Diego, probably for New- York, whence he will go to Europe and press his claims. The contributions to the free ice water fund in New York average only 54 cents a day and the drinks outnumber the pen nies a thousand times. A norther passed over Fort Supply, I. T., last Saturday, and a great deal of stock was frozen to dmith. Out of one heard of six hundred, only half escaped. The next regetta of the National Asso ciation of Amateur Oarsmen will lie held in Detroit. Probably the Ililsdale crew will be sent abroad as representatives of the Association. Ex Minister White arrived in New York Saturday, on the steamer Elba, which came over in the fastest time on record. The alumni of Cornell will give President White a reception October fourth. The temperance people of Oberliu Ohio, have been holding meetings in the hope of persuading the hotel keepers and drug gists of that town to sign a pledge neither to sell or give away spirituous liquors, the apothecaries being urged not to fur nish such liquors " straight " even upon a physician's prescription. The desired pledge is not to be binding unless all deal ers in alcoholic beverages agree to it. All but two have yielded, and the question now is whether these obstinate holders out can be persuaded to join the others. Ed. MOUILLESSEAUX, our enterprising Jeweller has just secured the agency for the John Foley Celebrated "Bank" Gold Pens. It is generally con ceded by all Dealers that it has no equal in the market, and it will pay whoever is in need of a good Pen to examine Ed's stock before purchasing elsewhere. He has also put in stock the celebrated "Diamond Pointed Stylographic Pen"or "Ink Pen cil" the wonder of the age. Call and see it. lw. PRICE ONE CENT. MKTKORDLOGICAT..— The thermometer at. Or. IF. C. POKTKK & SON'S Drue: Store, at the corner of Main and Pine streets, indicated as follows: SEPTEMBER 12. 6a. m.—54 deg. above zero. 9a. m.—6l; 12 m.— 69; 3 p. in.—74; 0 p. ra.7l—; 9 p. in—6o. Average temperature during the day—66. SEPTEMBER 13. 6 a. m.—52 dogs, above zero. WEATHER INDICATIONS FOR TO-DAY. —Fair; variable winds; stationary barometer and tempera ture. HALL TO WANDA. ONE NIGHT ONLY Tuesday Kvc. 13. GREATER THAN EVER. ABERCROMBIE'S Boston Ideal Cmparnj. Giving the finest rendition of Mrs. Beecher Stowe's great immortal work ever witnessed on any Stage, Uncle Tom's Cabin With all its magnificent Tableaux and Scenic Etfecets. The incomparable BLANCHE SLADER in her great impersonation of r op 1* With songs dances and Banjo Solos. LITTLE PANSY as EVA. The smallest, youngest and best Child Actress in the world. A)/) Supported by the Boston Ideal OC\ yj Company. & 1/ Nashville University Students, Marks' Donkey, and a Back of Siberian Blood hounds. ADMISSION .... 25 Cents Reserved Seats - - 35 & oil 44 Seats now on sale at Kirby's Drug Store j-yi YOU WANT A STYLISH FALL SUIT CALL AT GRADY'S Corner Main and Pine Streets, AND LEAVE YOUR MEASURE. fcggp* Mr. GRADY has just received an endless variety of CLOTIIS and SUIT INGS for FALL & WINTER WEARE, and can give you 4< FITS" at Bottom Prices. Sept. 6. FRANK P. GRADY. Nathan Tidd, DEALER IN PITTSTON, WILKES-BARRE, AND Loyal Sock Coal, Invite* the patronage of his old friends and the pub lie generally. I shall keep a full assortment 01 all sizes, AlfD SHALL SELL AT LOWEST -PRICES FOR CASH. Yard and office, foot of Pine street, just south © Cour | [Ol.se Aug3o. N. TIDD.