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Towanda, Pa., Friday, Sept. 30, 1881. BBITOBB. . W. ALVORD. NOBLE N.ALVORD *• Daily JBmletv" *f lyU ee—ti per tHOutk. Trf it, i, Soldier's Encampment. At East Towanda, Tuesday, Wennesday and Thursday, October 11,12 and 13, 1881. [Circular.] The time is drawing near for the annual encampment of the Grand Army and the sol diers and sailors of this and adjoining coun ties, it being October 11th, 12th and 13th. The commander wishes to inform the comrades that every effort on his part, is be ing put forth to make it a success and he wishes the co-operation of every soldier in the county. Unlooked for delays in makiug announce ments have occurred and could not be avoi ded. But at last we have almost completed arrangements for one of the best speakers in the country, and many of the prominent gen erals of the late war have been invited, and it is believed from the favorable replies that a large number of them wili h e present. Capt. Olmstead's Battery L., 7th division, N. G. of N. Y., of Binghamton, with fifty men two pieces and a band of music, are de sirous of attending the encampment, and the arrangements are so far advanced that there is hardly a doubt that they will be fully com pleted, and the battery join us during the en campment. The Owego Zouaves have been invited and will no doubt be on hand. The Franklin Guards, of Athens, are also expected to attend. Each Post in the county is making strong efforts to turn out in large numbers and un der good discipline. It is iiov\ believed that this encampment will be the largest gathering of the kind ever held in Towauda. Fall announcements will be given next week. Let everybody prepare for a good time. FRANK AMMERMAN, Com. CHAS. IIINTON, Adj't. Miss EMMA WARING respectfully informs the ladies that she lias taken rooms at Mr. WM. KEYSEU'S house, on Pine street near Graded school, where she will be pleas ed to see all in need of her services. Cutting, fitting and dress makiug done on reasonable terms, and all work warranted to suit. FIREMEN'S PARADE POSTPONED.—Owing to the death of the President of the United .States, the annual parade of the Towauda Fire Department is hereby postponed from the 22d mst., until Thursday, October 6th. CLARK B. PORTER, Sept. 20,1881. Chief Engineer. Last week at the Pennsylvania State Fair and Pittsburg Exposition, the following Sew. nig machines were on exhibition, viz: Whee ler and Wilson, Home, Singer, New Home, White, Domestic, Wilson, Household and Davis. The Judges awarded the Silver Med al to the Davis, for the best double thread sewing machine; first prize for the best plain sewing; first prize for the best fancy sewing: first prize for the best silk embroidery. The fifth annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic of Bradford county and vicinity, and soldiers and sailors, will be held on the fair grounds, in East Towauda, j on the lltli, 12th and 13th days of October, | 1881. It is earnestly requested that the dif-! fereut Posts, and the soldiers and sailors, will lend their aid in making this encampment a grand success. General orders will be issued urn few days. Giving full details. FRANK AMMERMAN, Com'r. • CIIAS. IIINTON, Adjutant. Crystal Lodge, No 57, Knights of Honor of this place, have reduced their initiation fee from SIO.OO to $5.00. This Lodge now has a membership of over 90 members, composed of our best citizens, and pays to the Widows and Orphan's Benefit Fund at each assess ment over SIOO. It gives its members an in surance of $2,000, which has cost on an aver age, since the foundation of the order, $ll.OO per year and pays a sick benefit of $3 per week in case of sickness or disability. This Order lias actually paid to Widows and Or phans since 1873. the sum of $4,44(5,000. Eor full particulars call on or address Jxo. R. ( K ITT it EDGE. Reporter, or any member of the } order. < RAOS taken in exchange for goods at the 5 cent Store. Car loads of new goods now being received at the Five Cent Store. I have bought and used the New Era Waahcr five daya in the week tor the paat five weeks and am satisfied it will do all that ia claimed for it. It is i the Lady's Friend. The more I ÜBe it the better I liko it. Mrs. E. ONAX. Clldhrens carrages at reduced prices to close out stock, at C. I*. Welles' crockery store. LAWRENCE HALI.ORAX, the old reliable and skil , ful SHOE MAKER is again "on deck," and wishes to inform his customers and the public that here after, in "rain or shine," he will be found at his post ready-to do all work in his line in the best manner and on short notice. Shop in rear of the I REVIEW office. Bird cagos, perfectly safe fastenings, cheapest considering quality, ai C. I'. Welles' Crockery and 99c atore. ' Second hand Herring Safe for sale cheap. " quire at this office. Saratoga Potato or Chip Machines at C P Welles' Crockery Store. 5 One of those thin gum overcoats sold by • Rosenfield is cheaper and much more convcn , ent than an umbrella. I For First Class Custom Boots and Shoes, go to Morgan McMahon's Shop, over Burchill Brothers Marble Works. Repairing of all kinds neatly done. Apple Parers, Corers and Slicers at C P Welles' ■ Crockery Store. ' You run no risk when you buy yourgrocer i es at G. L. Itoss' new store in Montanye . Block. His prices are way down to rock bot . torn. • 1 His store in Kellum Block, Ist Ward beats ; the world by low prices and good goods. The Towanda Library, over EVANS & HIL -1 DRKTH'S store, is open from ten til twelve, Tuesday and Saturday. Yearly subscrip . tions $2 00. Any one may draw a book from the library on the payment of ten cents. Latest styles of Hats and Caps just received at M. E. ROSEXFIKLD'N. STORE TO LET—Suitable for any business Rent Low! Possession given Sep 1, 1881 Apply to George Kidgway You can get splendid Boston buked beans and St. Louis cooked corn beef at Rosa's and hundreds of other things very cheap. BTRD CAGES, 40 cents and upwards at the 5 CeHt Store Eagle, Automatic and Copying pencils, at C. P. Welles' Crockery store. C. M. Manville has a quantity of four feet flag stones for sale cheap. Picture Frames, a large stock, varieiy and low prices at P. Welles' crockery and 99c atore. Buy Knapp's Superior Flavoring Extracts for family use, warranted pure*. Trunks and Traveling Bags, good assortment in medium and low priced goods at C. P. Welles' 99c store. Live spring chickens constantly on hand at Myer's Bridge St. Market. Wire dish covers, round and ova, at C.P. Welles' Crockery store. Berries, Garden truck at My re's meat mar ket, Bridge St. Brick for sale. Enquire of J. T. Hale, at torney at law. Passengers going West will save money by con suiting 11. E. BABCOCK, Ticket Agent, Towanda, Pa. before purchasing tickets. The "Senate" has long been considered headquarters for the best clams. Mr. Nestor is now receiving, his supply direct from the famous Perth Amboy betls, and serves them in every style. ICE CREAM.—We are now prepared to fur nish ICE CREAM on short notice. Orders left at Kirby's drug store or with driver of the milk wagon, will receive prompt atten tion. Price 37 1-2 cents per quart. Iw. * H. ELSBRKE. H. WILCOX. The Revised Edition of the New Testament in three different styles and ranging in price from 20 cents to $1 25, just received nt Whit comb's Book store. 1 } 216 A NEW ENTERPRISE.—R. S. Thurber has provided himself with a suitable " rig" and is now prepared to deliver all kinds of packages, goods, trunks, &c., on the shortest notice and at reasonable rates. Orders left at Stevens Sc Long's and Dye & Co.'s will re ceive prompt attention. ! THE NEW ERA WASHER!—Give it a trial. | It does the washing clean, in one fourth the time. 262-4w. L. S. BLASDELL, Agent. "What everybody wants is the best organ for the least amount of money: Therefore every body wants the Burdett; and when you've said that, you've told the whole story." So say the brightest and busiest organ dealers throughout the land, who are furn isliing this matchless instrument to a musica public, which is rapidly learning to distinguish its marvellously pure and beautiful voice from that which is not music. For sale by J. A. Manville, No. 3 Bridge St., Towanda. FARM FOR SALE.—I offer for sale on reason | able terms a valuable farm, located in the 1 valley of the Towanda creek, about 2 1-2 | mi las from Towanda, containing 75 acres, under a good state of cultivation, well water ed, a young orchard of choice trees, good framed dwelling house, and liue large barn— with underground stabling. I will sell this arm on long time, or exchange it in part for property in Towada borough. JOSEPH G. PATTON. Homeopathic Lung Svrup, is the best rem edy for coughs and colds. It is mild, pleas ant and effective. Sold in Towanda only bv C. B. PORTER. AUTUMN tBBi. POWELL *c CO. Are now receiving a large stock of FALL GOODS, EVERY DEPARTMENT FILLED WITH NEW GOODS SUITABLE FOR .THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON. The attention of our customers is called to our unusually line display of NEW GOODS DRESS GOODS BLACK SILKS SATIN DE LYONS DRESS GOODS BLACK SILKS SATIN DE LYONS BROCADES SATINS CASHMERES BROCADES SATINS CASHMERES . ARMURES FLANNELS &C ARMURES FLANNELS &C LACES EMBROIDERIES TIES FICHUS LACES EMBROIDERIES TIES FICHUS NOTIONS IIOISERY RIBBONS AC NOTIONS IIOISERY RIBBONS AC White Goods, Table Lin ens, Napkins, &c. CLOTHS CASSI MERES SUITINGS &C CLOTHS CASSIMERES SUITINGS &C DRESS GINGHAMS DRESS GINGHAMS DRESS GINGHAMS DRESS GINGHAMS DOMESTIC COTTON GOODS DOMESTIC COTTON GOODS DOMESTIC COTTON GOODS DOMESTIC COTTON GOODS CLOAKS & SHAWLS CLOAKS & SHAWLS CLOAKS & SHAWLS CLOAKS & SHAWLS Full Fall Stock Now Open. TOWANDA, Pa., Sept. 15, 1881.