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Towanda, Pa., Friday, Sept. 30, 1881. EDITORS . W. ALVORD. NOBLE N. ALVORD. "Daily Jterffir" only 35 cento per month. Try it, Don't fail to go to JOHN SULLIVAN'S on Bridge street, for the best five cent cigar. If you want the best confections, the best ice cream, the finest fruit, call at FITCH'S. THE OI.D RELIABLE American Tailor continues the business on the same floor of the Review oflice. Ali persons having had clothes made by other par ties not to their expectations, will find this a reliable placo ro get a fashionable and well fitting garment. Men out of proportion, large men, and all others, who are difficult to fit, I make a specialty . Isatis . faction guaranteed. Bamples of goods to order. Cutting done on short notice. J. 11. CARET. Sept. 23, 1881. GREAT SUCCESS!— The Great Boston Clo thing House, just opened in Means' block, Main street, Towanda Pa., is meeting with great success. They are selling more goods in one day, in the line of Clothing and Boots and Ladies and Childrens Shoes, than some body in three days. Remember! we arc here permanently es tablished, and we give satisfaction to every one. We sell good goods for less money than you can buy in other places Shoddy Goods. Remember, we keep no shoddy goods, and we warrant every artiele as represented. We exchange goods if not satisfactory, or money will be refunded. We have the facilities for underselling any other dealer in the county in the line of Clothing and Boots and Shoes. It is only for the People to try us before purchasing else where. Remember the Boston Clothing House, just opened in Means' Block, Main street, Towanda. M. L. SCIINEEBERG, Proprietor. TOWANDA, PA., Sept 27th, 1881. To the people:— l have closed out my Grocery Business uud have taken a position 'a the Dry Goods House of FELCII & CO., where I shull be pleased to have my Friends Call on Mc and will take this opportunity of thanking the people of Towanda and vicinity for the very liberal patron ago they have extended to me during the past Twelve years that I haye been in Towanda, and will 1)0 glad to see them and have a share of their pat ronage in My New Place. "Very Respectfully, GEORGE RIDGKWAY. Frazcr Axle Grease.—One trial will convince you that it is the best. Ask your dealer for the Frazcr Axle Grease, and take no other. Every box has our trade mark on. Judges for County Fair. SEPT. 28, 29 & 30, 1881. HORSES—CLASS 1. pivision 1 to 4 inclusive. A. B. Prince, West Warren; Leman Els bree, Athens; W. A. Park, Monrocton. HORSES—CLASS 1. Division 5 to 8 inclusive. S. S. Decay, Ulster; Lewis Lent, Wvsox; G. M. Clark, Towanda. CATTLE—CLASS 2. Division 9 to 13 inclusive. W. D. Gumagc. West Burlington; Milton Hornet, Wvalusing; J, Myer Reed, Wysox. CATTLE—CLASS 2. Division 14 to 16 inclusive. J. M. Smith, Troy; T. W. Brink, Athens; Nathan Cobb, Silvara. SHEEP-CLASS 3. Division 17 tc 22 inclusive. R. M. Knapp, Luther's Mills; Win. Del y.ueeh, Sheshequin; W. W. Haywood, Iler riokville. SWINE—CLASS 4. Division 23 to 28 inclusive. Geo. McAffee, Litchfield; T. J. Roof, ltun> merfiold ■. D. T. Gillet, Ghent. POULTRY—CLASS 5. Division 29. Walter Tracy, Towanda; Norman While, Wysox; Geo. Campbell, Athens. DAIRY PRODUCTS—CLASS 6. Division 30 & 31. F.T. Page, Athens; M. J.Long, Towanda; • Geo. Smith, Wysox. FARM PRODUCTS—CLASS 7. Division 32, 33 & 34. Chas. Cummings, Towanda: S. O. Alley, Rome; Stern MeKee, Franklin. CLASS 7. Division 35, 36, 37. Mrs. S. W. Alyord, Mrs. IL 1. Morgan, .Job t E. Fox. FARM IMPLEMENTS—CLASS 8. Division 38. John Beardsley, Warren: John Baldwin, Leßaysville; C. W. Holcomb, Ulster. MANUFACTURED ARTICLES—CLASS 9. Division 39. D. O. Ilollon, North Towanda; E. L. Lent, Rome; T. 11. Smith, Leraysville. CLASS 9. Division 40, 41. B. Laporte, Assylum ; Samuel MeCoid, Highland; G. W. Kinney, Athens. PAINTING AND FANCY WORK CLASS 10. Division 42. Mrs. Evander Vaughn, Wvalusing; Mrs. L. W. Towner, Rome; Mrs. Chas. Brown, Sheshequin. NEEDLE WORK-CLASS 11. Division 43, 44. Mrs. Jenuie Everson, Litahficld; Miss Frank King, Wysox; Miss Elma llorton, North Towanda. MILLINERY , FLOWERS AND GRASSES —CLASS 12, 13. Division 45, 46. Mrs. R. A. Bostley, Towanda;Mrs. R. A. Packer, Say re; Mrs. O. A. Baldwin, Towan da. EDUCATIONAL—CLASS 14. [Division 47, 48, 49, 50, 51. O. J. Chubbuck, Towanda; Geo. Moserip Burlington; Win. P. Horton, Ghent. GRANGE EXHIBITS-BLACKSMITH ING—CLASS 15 & 16. U. L. Pratt, Liberty Corners; J. O. Alger, North Orwell; Jacob Weller, Windham Sum mit. SOCIET Y DIRECTOR I'. MASONIC. Union Lodge, No. 108, meets Firsthand Third Wednesday of each month. Union Chapter, No. 161, meets Second Wednesday evenings of each month. Northern Oominandery, Knights Templar, No. 16". Meets fourth Wednesday each month. KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS. Towanda Lodge, No. 290. Meets every Tuesday evening. Endowment Rank, Section 101. Meets Third Fri day in each month. ODD FELLOWS. Bradford Lodge, No. 167. Meets every Monday ight. Bradford Encampment, No. 41. Meets Second and Fourth Wednesday night of each month. Leoh Lodge Degree of Rebeka. Meets First and Third Fiday evenings of each month. KNIOHTB OP HONOK. C ystal Lodge. Meets every Monday evening. Mystic Lodge, K. and L. of 11. Meets Second and Fourth Friday evenings of each month. (1. A. R. Watkins Post N0.'68. Meets every Saturday evening KNIGHTS OP THE GOLDEN RULE. Towanda Castle No. 58. Meets at K. of . Hall every Wednesday evening. ROYAL ARCANUM. Towanda Council' No. 53 2 meets antfirsd third Friday of each month in K., P. Hall. CALKINS' EMBROCATING EMUL SION.—J. F. Calkins has been traveling in the interest of Dr. G. L. Stevens, ot Ibe city of Cleveland, Ohio, and in the past three years has vis- Led all the cities and principle towns of our Slate, llis business has brought him in ucouaintatice with many of the most eminent and talented Phy; ; c>ans in the State, and in his intercourse with the.n has gatlieied a number of valuable prescription 4 fiom wbicli lie has compounded an article he calls Calk kins' Embrocating Emulsion, used as a lotion. Many of the citizens of Towrnd.i irnd surrounding towns by its use are recommending it ;is a valuable treatment for Rheumatism, Neuralgia local a~d chronic pains, back, head or tooth acne, criel. n neck or hack, sprains, bruises, sore throa., quln y, burns; &c. l'r'ce 25 cents per boLle* Druggists supplied on liberal terms. A gentleman in town says, it is the best thing for barns I ever lmd in my house. A lady in Wi'ksbarre was cured of quinsy in its first stages by it when her physician said it could not he stoppecd. A young man in Monroe had a severe attack of Pleurisy the Embrocating Emulsion stopped it at once. A lady in East Troy says it cmed her of In flammatory Rheumatism with which she was alliie tod for move than a year, having kept her beu fur weeks at a time. A lady in Monroe Township sprained her ankle so severely tin t she was obliged to keep her loot on a *fillow, by the use of the Embrocating Emulsion in three days she was doing her home v/orw and was at once cured. An old citizen o* Lliaca was afflicted with a pain in his side. He coutd find nothing to relieve him. Ho was induced to use tli Embrocating Emulsion and writes: F. J. Calkins, dear sir: Two applications of the Embrocating Emulsion stopped the pain. I was afflic.ed with ItchingpUes. It also stopped them. Ii is very valuable. Signed, P. Case. One gentleman who was suffering with a severe hack ache caused by lying ill bed for a long time with sickness was t oftectually relieved by three ap plications of the Embrocating Emulsion. A lady in our Town who had used the article said Mr. Calkins ought to make a fortune out of the Embrocating Emulsion. A number ot Physicians are using it. The names of all the above eases can be given and many more cases added. Try it. FOR RENT. FOR RENT.—A dwelling house on Poplar street; possession given immediately. W. 11. Coverdale. Two dwelling houses in tho First Ward for rent. O. D. KINNEY. FOR RENT.— A first-class residence on Chestnut street. Inquire at this office. seo. 19. Business Cards. BARCLAY JUNCTION HOTEL. R. CAT ON, Proprietor. Near the Barclay depot. Good accommodation* at reasonable prices. Call and see us. CI IA S. K. L'ADD, M. 1). PHYSICIAN AXI) SURGEON. Office three doors above Mercur Block. 284-ly. DR. T.B. JOHNSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office over U. C Porter's Drug Store, Reside net corner Maple and Second Streets, ELSBREE & SON, AI TORNE YS-A T-LA IV. South side Mercur Block, Towanda, I'a. N. C. ELSBUKK. | L. EI.SBBBE. FL. HOLLISTER I>. I). S. ■ (Successor to Dr. E. 11. Angle.) OPERATIVE AND MECHANICAL DENTIST. Office ou State street, second floor of Dr. Pratt's office. lOjanSO F THORNTON, TUNER AND REPAIRER Of Pianos and Organ*. (Over 17 years experi ence.) Orders received at Holmes & Passage's Music Store. aw. RYAN, • OOUNTY SUPERIN'I END ES I Office Means' Block. HENRY STREETER, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW TOWANDA, PA. JAMES T. IIALE, A TTORNE Y-A T-LA IF', Office over Steven* & Long's store. JOHN W. CODDING, A TTORNE Y-A T-LA IF', Office Mercur Block, over Kirby's Drug Store. OD. KINNEY, A TTORNE Y-A T-LA IP, , Office comer Main and Pine Streets, Towanda, Pa. PECK & OVERTON, Attorneys-at-Law, Tr,oa)idu, Pa. D'A. OVERTON. I BENJ. M. PECK. WILLIAMS, ANGLE & BUFFING TON, A TTORNE YS-A T-LA IF', Office formerly occupied by W. Watkins. SII. BEAN, • Plain and Ornamental Painter, AND PAPER HANGER. All wor'c in his line promptly executed on slior notice. From long experience both in city and country, lie prides himself on being able to suit the most fastidious. J-Y> YOU WANT A STYLISH FALL SUIT CALL AT GRADY' 8 Corner Main and Pine Streets, ANI) LEAVE YOUR MEASURE. Mr. GRADY has just received an endless variety of CLOTIIS and SUIT INGS for FALL & WINTER WEAR, and can give vou "FITS" at Bottom Prices. Sept. d. FRANK P. GRADY VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE —The undersigned, desirous of changing his business, oilers for stile the property now occupied by him as a wine and liquor store and bottlim, es tablishment, on South Main street, Towanda. to gether with the entire stock, horses, wagons, har nesses, bottling machinery, store furniture, and till o her goods and articles in said store and estab ) shirent. This is the most complete and best arranged es tablishment in Northern Pennsylvania, and offers unusual and superior inducements to any person desirous of entering into business. The above property will be sold upon liberal tern". JOHN GRIFFIN. Towanda, Sept. 19, 18S1. ~T HE DAILY REVIEW ' i I ONLY TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A J/OA 77/ OR THREE DOLLARS A YEAR. HW. MILLER • keeps several PUBLIC HACKS and is ready to attend all calls in his line promptly, lie runs to ALL TRAINS. Charges for Hight and early morning trains (Nos. 12,8 and 3,) no reduction for these trains, rent* per paanettger. Regu lar customers supplb-dwith tickets at reduced rates. Charges for attending parties, one couple J 1.50; two couples in one load, SI.OO per couple; for attending funerals from $2.00 to $3.00. llack by the hour sl, llorses and carriages to let. Orders left at his oflice below council rooms will receive careful attention. U.V MILLER. Nov. 27, 1830. / have a number of SINGER, JIOWE. ami WILCOX & GIBBS Sewing Machines in good condi tion, for sale at very lozofigures. Sewing Machines rented at 50 cents a week. (). A. BLACK, June 16, 3m. A<?ent. TO WAN DA AND MEHOO P A N V Stage leaves To wand a Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, atone p. m. Notices of passen gers aud packages may he left at Stevens & Long's, and will be carefully attended to. 15. 11. Bkown, jul-28. " Pivprietor. MORE DO YOU WANT? Than the Fifteen Years CONTINUOUS TRADE OF H. JACOBS, To convince you of tint lieliability of his goods, and he now offers better bargains than ever, in Mens, Bjys ani ChiPJrem Sjii3, Over coats, Hats. Caps and fine Furnishing Goods. IlJfAll goods guaranteed as represented Not Cotton and Shaddy for "All Wool." For the Brut Btrgains, Best Goods, Best, Assortment and Largest Stork of ang d alee in toien, go to the "old reliable" store of 11. JACOBS, No. 2, Patton's Block, Towanda, Pa. TAEETHE THE CREAT . 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