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Towanda, Pa., Friday, Sept. 30, 1881. EDITORS . . W. ALVORD. NOBLE N.ALVORD t *M9aUg Review* " on ly 95 cenii per month, fry it. Mails arrive and depart at the Towanda Post-otlice as follows: ARRIVE DEPART 4 00 A.M. Phila. N. Y. and East States P.M. 7 45 10 30 ....Dushore, Bernice, Laporte, &c.... 245 11 15 ; L. V. way mail North 3 45 11 00 New Era, &c. Tues., Thurs. and Sat. 100 11 00 ..Asylum, &c. Mon.,Wed. and Fri.. 1 00 11 00 Sheshequin, &c M. 12 00 1 00 P.M. ....Troy, Burlington, &c.... A.M. 10 00 2 40 ...Closed mall from Erie&N.C.R.R's... 8 45 4 00 Canton, Monrogton, &c 9 00 5 30 L. Vs way mall South 9 50 1 00 Leßaysvifle, Rome, See...P.M. 1 00 6 30 8arc1ay.....-; 1 00 10 40 Erie west of Elmira 7 30 Office open from 7:00 A. M. to 7:45 p. M. Money order office opeu from 8 :00 to 7:00 p. M. Office open Sunday from 9 :00 to 10: 00 A. M. P. POWELL, P. M. BUSINESS LOCALS. It is simply marvelous how quickly constipation, billiousness, sick headache, fever and ague and ma laria, are cured by " Sellers Liver Pills." We are constantly receiving orders for " Lum Smith's Imitation Stained glass," and are ready to give our patrons the full benefit of an inexpensive and handsome decoration by placing it on atiy glass whether door or window, large size or small glass, gi een or white, round or square, in fact any posi tion, shape or kind of frame or glass that needs shading from the rays of the sun, or from the gaze of inquisitive eyes. Thankful for the very liberal patronage bestowed since we have received the agency of this Imitation, we shall by a strict atten tion to business, hoping to merit a continuance of the 6ame. To those who have heard of the •'lmi tation Glass," and have not seen it, we extend a cordial invitation to examine into its real merits, and ask the prices for which it can he obtained, we are prepared to contract with churches, halls, or or other public buildings, and warrant all of our work to surpass in beauty the genuine stained glass and onr prices are less than one-fourth the cost of the same. Those iu need of anything of this kind or who are lovers of art, whether tlicy wish to pur chase or not, are respectfully invited to examine the same at CIIAS. F. CROSS' Book Store. SUSQUEHANNA COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE. The twenty-eighth year commences Aug. 22d, 1881. A large and efficient corps of teachers; a full collec tion of maps, cnarts, models and apparatus, and appliances for teaching. Expenses are reasonable. For catalogue or particulars call upon, or address Principal, EDWIN E. QUINLAN, A. M. Towanda, I'a. " Lindsoy's Blood Searcher "—tho great medi cine for fever and ague, malaria aud all blood poi son. Don't fail to use it. GEORGE LYNCIICOME has removed his barber shop from the room over POWELL & Go's store, to his old quarters under the Meat Market, one door south of Ward Mouse, where he will be pleased to see all his former patrons and everybody else desiring tonsorial services. Having sold my retail Furniture and Un taking business, known as the Bridge Street Furniture Store to E. B. Tierce I would re spectfully recommend those in need of goods in his line to call on Dim at the old stand. I also wish to inform those indebted to me that it will be necessary to settle the accounts soon. N. P. HICKS. January 1,1881. HOTEL FOR SALE. -I offer the American Hotel property for sale on very reasonable terms—one half the purchrse money down and the balance in ten years. Possession given April 1, 1881. There is a good barn connected with the property. This hotel is located on the eorncr of Bridge and Water streets, in Towanda borough. The free bridge and new depot near to it make this hotel desirable for any one wishing to engage in the hotel business. Gall upon or address, JOSEPH G. PATTON. Towanda, Pa. The Tlcnry House has recently recruited its resources with the addition to its cellar of a pipe of pure English Ale—home-brewed and genuine. This excellent malt liquor will be found a useful natural tonic for the invalid, and satisfy the palate of the most, fastidibus epicure. A word to the wise is sufficient—so savs the latin proverb. Oct. 4. AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE FOR SALE.— The really elegant and eligibly situated residence of Mrs. Doctor Houston is offered for sale at a bargain. The lot is large and lias ou it an abundance of fruit of all kinds. It is alto gether the most desirable property of the kind now on the market Only a small pay ment required'; balance can remaiu on mort gage. Call on the premises. July 7. Mrs. HOUSTON. I had been a great sufferer from Neuralgia for years and had consulted a great many dif ferent physicians, but got no cure until I*took Dr. Burr's Neuralgia and Sick Headache Pills; they cured tue and 1 have recommended to over fifty persons and I have never known them to "fail. They are also the best nervous aud dyspeptic pill I ever saw. SIDNEY BROADBENT. Master Mechanic, Dickens Manufacturing Company, Seruuton, Pa. Call and see the new goods at the Five Cent Store. WANTS. Under this head ice will insert FREE, notices oj situations or he'p wanted. Two good farm hands wanted, to work by the mouth. W. J. DELPEUCII, Horn Brook, I*a. A good girl wanted immediately. Call at this office. Three nun wanted to sell sewtng machines Good wages paid. Singer Mfg. Co. Towanda, Pa. C. S. RUSSELL, General Insurance and Real Estate Agent, Towanda, I'enna. TMMVBXJLBMVS GUI JO IS. PA. AND N. Y. R. R. Trains on the Pa. St N. Y. It. It. pass this place as follows: -Moving South. No. 3, at 5 :03 a. m., for New York and way sta. No. 7, at 10:43 a. m., mail train for New York, Phil adelphia and intermediate points. No. 9, at 3:00 p. in.—Express for Philadelphia. No. 15, at 10:46, p. m.—Fast express for I'hiladel phia and New York. No. 31, —Local Passenger Train, between Elmira and Wyalusing, 7:23 p. m. Moving North. No. 8, at 4 :00 a. m.—Fast express fVora New York and Philadelphia No. 30, at 9:30 a. m., Wilkesßarre accommodation. No. 2, at 4:43 p. m.—Mail train from Philadelphia and New York. No. 12, at 12:45, a. m., from New York. No. 32, at 6:53 a. m.—Wyalusing and Elmira local. STATE LINK AND SULLIVAN R. R. Leave, 3:00 o'clock p. m. for Bernice and intermediate sta. Arrive. 9 .00 a. m., from Bernice. BARCLAY R. R. Leave. 7:30 a.m., for Barclay and all stations, and 3:00 p. m. Arrive. 10 :15 a. wi., from Barclay and intermediate stations, andti :20 p. m. CANTON STAGE. Leaves at 9 o'clock, a. in. Arrives at 5 o'clock p. in TROY STAGE, Leaves at 10 :30 a. m. Arrives at Ip. m. BIIESItEQUIN STAGE. Arrives at 11 o'clock a. m. Departs at 12 m. LEUAYSVILLE STAGE. Arrives at 12 m. Leaves at 2 p. m. TERRYTOWX STAGE. Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 12 m. Departs same days at 1 p. m. NEW ERA STAGE. Arrives Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, it 12 m Departs same days at 1 p. m. CIIURCII DIRECTOR Y. PRESBYTERIAN—Rev. J. S. Stewart. D.D., Pas tor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7p. m. eve ry Sunday. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Sunday School—D'A. Overton, Superin tendent—at 12 o'clock. CHRIST CIIURCII —(Episcopal)— Rev. John S. Peers, Rector. Service and preaching at 10:30 a. ni. and 6:00 p.m. Service and lecture Thursday evening at 7:30. Sunday School —.las. T. Ilale, Superintendent—at 12 m. Teachers' meeting Tuesday evening at 7:45. M, E. CIIURCII.—Rev. C. 11. Wright, Pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meetings on Sunday evening at 6:30, Thursday evening at 7:30. Young men's prayer me "ting Friday evening at 8. Sunday School—B. M. Peck, Superintendent—at 12 m. SS. PETER AND PAUL.—(R. C.) Rev. Clias. F. Kelley, Priest Mass at Sand 10:30 a.m. Ves pers at 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 12:30 and 2 :30. CIIURCII OF THE MESSIAH. (Universalis!) Rev. William Taylor, Pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7p. m. Prayer and Conference Meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Sunday School—Dr. Taylor, Superintendent— at 12 m. BAPTIST CHURCH—Rev. C. T. Ilallowell, Pastor Preaching at 10:3OA. SI. and 7 p. si. Prayer Meeting, Thursday Evening, 7 r. M. Sunday School at 12 m. J^EVIEW Job Pr i nting OFFICE. All work Neatly executed ou the shortest uot'ce LETTER, NOTE AND BILL HEADS, ENVELOPES, TAGS AND PIIAMPLET WORK A SPECIALTY i Corner Main and Pine streets, over the Music Store. TOWANDA, PENX'A. ALVORD & SON. | QJOAL ! Nathan Tidd, 7 j DEALER IN ' PITTSTON, WILKES - BARRE, AND Loyal Sock Coal. ' Invites the patronage of hißold friends and the pub lie generally. J shall keep a full assortment 01 all sizes, AND BUALL BKI.L AT LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. Yard and oflice, foot of Pine street, just south of Cour noose j Aug3o. N. TIDD. ' ~ | J— PLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING! : Ed. Williams PRACTICAL Plumber and €mas-Fitter, Respectfully Informs the people of Towanda that he is prepared to do all work in his line on the liortest notice, and guarantee satisfa Hon. He keeps a LARGE ASSORTMENT of stock, and will furnish pipe, all plumbing materials and gas fixtures at a smalladvancc from jobber's prices. I refer to my numerous customers during the ten years I have been in Towanda as to the character of my work, and solicit the patronage of those hav ing jobs in my line. Jsir~ Estimates furnished when desired E. WILLIAMS. few doors north of Mercur Block I May 6,1851. ; ttor Mkair Cut and Shave Go to the WARD HOUSE SHAVING PARLOR WILLIS FAIRCHILD Formerly BTEDGE Is there. USUAL the fashionable clothier, is the first to open a FULL LINE „ jp.tun' ir/.vreif CLOTHING to which he invites the particular attcn tion of THE I' IT HE IC . His assortment comprises the most fash ionable goods in the BEADY-MADE CLOTHING LINE, purchased lor cash, and will be sold CHEAPER than any other house in the country can offer the same quality of goods. V-/ A full line of MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS j Also a better assortment of FURNISII i ING GOODS than can be found elsewhere in Towanda. I Call, examine, and satisfy your selves. M. E. ROSENFIELD. March 9, 1881. MRS. D. V. STEDGB, Manufacturer of and dealer in Human Hair Goods, Special attention given to COMBINGS—Roots all turned one way Switches from $1 upwards Also agent for Htm er's INVISIBLE FACE POWHEK, and Implex and Grlswold Corsets and Shoulder Brace Elastics. Corsets, and Shoulder Brace Elastics. Particular attention paid to dressing ladies hair at their homes or at my place of business, over Evans & Ifildreth's store. ' MRS. 1). V. STEDGE MERCHJMATT TAILORS 96 Main Street. We have now on our racks and shelves one of the most ele gant lines of foreign and domes tic Cloths, Ccrssimercs, Worsteds, Overcoating's, that the market can produce, for the FALL cf- WINTER season. We invite an inspection ol the same, feeing assured that we can please the taste of all as to style ot make and quality ol goods. Ho not wait until the sea son is well advanced before leav ing your order. COME EAR- T V ? 1 - sep. 14. JJK. A. E. BURR'S IIOMCEOPATIIIC L, l)WO si•RUM 9 . 1 his remedy is something new, byth as to name and composition. This is one of the wonders of the world. This Syrup, 1 claim, is better and more effective than any other ever offered to the ople of America or any other country, and what 1 say of this I can prove, This Syrup, like the Pills, is hat mlcss And safe. It contains 110 opium or other narcotic poison, like the most Syrup, and is not dis agreeable to take. Any child will take it. Aa 1 will cure any and all inflammations arising from Cold. It is superior to all others in every respect and especially for the following reasons : Ist- It will cure Croup every time. 2d. It will cure Inflammation of the Lungs. 3d. It will cure Quinsy. 4th It will cure Whooping Cough. 6tn It will cure Bronchitis. 6th It will cure Hoarseness. 7th It will cure Bore Throat. Bth It will cure any Cold. "h It will cure Congestion of the Lungs. 10th It will cure any Cough. 11th It will cure Scarlet Fever. 12th. It is the best remedv that any one can take foi Consumption, and if taken in the first stage I will guarantee a cure. 13th. It is perfectly safe for all agee as there is nothing in its composition that can harm a child. For sale by CLARK B. PORTER. E BURIi £}AILY REVIEW Only Twenty-Tire Cents A MONTH. TEDGE'S TONIC FOR THE HAIR. A sure cure for Dandruff and all other diseases 01 trie Scalp. Stops the hair from falling out: invigorates the hail nerves; cleanses the hair perfectly and gives it a beautiful and healthy gloss that cannot be obtained without its use. gggp-Pnce 50 cents per Bottle. Manufactured and sold by D. V. STEDGE, TuYtANDA, Pa.