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TOWANDA REVIEW. VOLUME 111, NO. 47. ADDITIONAL LOCAL Personal. Dr. S. C. Ross, of Scranton. made a flying business visit to his friends here yesterday. LESLIE HULL of East Towanda has taken a clerkship in WOODEORD'S boot and shoe store. We are indebted to Mr. SOL WALBORX for several clusters of delicious Delaware grapes, very fine. F. 11. PIA.IT is in town lookiug after ihe interests of the grand excursion to New York next Tuesday. Borough Treasurer KINOSBURY spent last week in Sullivan county, haying been callad there as a witness. FRED SHAW, of Addison, X. Y., has been visiting his parents in this place. He re turned yesterday. Mrs. L. ELSRREE, accompanied by tier oh il dren is visiting in Ithaca. Mr. E. went up and spent Sunday with them. Judge JESSur of Montrose is in town. He is one of the counsel in the suit of Thorn vs. Towanda Tanning Co., now on trial before arbitrators at the Court House. C. M. PIMTT left for Philadelphia vester, day, where he goes to complete his medical studies. He goes by wav of Delawaae Water Gap and will drive Dr. Ross' horse as far as Scaanton. Er>. SMITH, for several years with FELOH & Co. and lately with S. WOODFORD, has ac cepted a clerkship with POWELL <fc Co. Er>. is an accomplished clerk and popular sa'es man and wc congratulate his new employers on securing his services. Mr. and Mrs. HIRAM SWEET of Monroe ton have returned from an extended western trip. They were absent about six weeks, and visited Mrs. S.'s brother. Dr. TKR** IL LIOER of Leavenworth, Ivan., who left this county when a voting man, before tlie war. lie is now a prosperous and popular physi cian, with a happy family and everything comfortable about him. He was in Kansas in "border ruffian" times and narrates some hair-breadth escapes. Seckel Pears and Catawba grapes at FITCH'S confectionery store. The firemen's parade to-morrow is to con clude with a dance in Mercur Ilall in the evening. FITCH has a supply of small flags, suitable for dpcoratimr for firemen's parade, and he is -clling them bheap. The suit of LANE VS. PIOLLKTS was con cluded yesterday afternoon, the arbitrators finding •' no cause of action." SMITA & SHORES have rented the store late ly occupied by GEO. RIDGEWAY, on Bridge street and will fill it with a stock of boots and shoes. We direct attention to some extracts from a memorial sermon delivered by Rev. F. W. RARTLKTT, to be found on our second page this morning. The excursion to New York next Tuesday will afford men who have business to trans act a splendid opportunity, as the tickets are good for ten days. We were shown a stalk of amber cane yes terday grown by GEO. B. MILLS in North Towanda, which measured fourteen feet and six.inches in height. Rev. C. 11. WRIGHT being absent at Con ference, the M. E. Church will be closed Sun day morning. In the evening, Rev. W. It. XRTIIERTON, of Orwell, will occuyy the pul pit- J . . The BALLS of Litchfield, who have figured in the criminal courts of this county nearly every term for some years past, had another row the. other dav and it is alledged attempt ed to shoot one HULKTT. They were arrest ed and are ROW in jail. TOWANDA, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1881. We mentioned the fact the other morning that " Ripton " a horse lately owned in this place and who has many admirers among horsemen here, had been entered for a trot in a 2:28 clrss, for a SISOO purse. It affords us pleasure to note that the race was trotted in 2:26 and that •' Ripton'' took the second money. Below is the programme of the Firemen's parade which takes place to-morrow: The several companies will form promptly at 1:30 p, M. The line of march will be. Up Main street to Locnst; Locust to York avenue; York avenue to Lombard; Lombard to Sec ond; Second to Grant; Grant to Main; up Main to place of starting. After counter marching and review of the Dopartment bv the Town Council, the lloso Race will take place. People along the line of march who desire to show their respect for the " tire laddies," will have time to prepare suitable decora tions. The following named doctors complied with the law last week by registering agreea bly with the act of assembly. The number who have now registared is 1)4: Elijah G. Tracy, Troy borough. No medi cal degree Clinton 11. Scott. M. I)., Athens borough: Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. 12th March IS7S. William Roberts, Pike. Xo medical de gree. Mauton Eastburn Anderson, M. D.,Bavre; Medical department University City of New York, February 1880. Harriet O. Dewers, Towanda borough. Xo medical degree. The national debt yvas decreased over •Si7 000,000 in September. VERY IMPORTANT.—Read and act at once. Remember, when you arc in need, of Men's Bovsand children'sclothing, boots and ladies' and children's shoes, hats and caps, gent's furnishing goods, Ac., call at the Great Bos ton Clothing House, just opened in Means's Block, Main st., where you are positive to get the value for your money. Bear in mind, we keep no shoddy goods—and we don't sell cot ton for wool—every article is warranted as represented. Call and and be convinced 31. L. SCIINEEIIERG, Proprietor. You can have lee Cream Every Day until further notice at Titus Confectionery Store. ' Rogers Bros. 1547, Silver Knives, tripple plated,'Xo. 12, at $3 50 per dozen at ED MOUILLESSEAUX'. Just remember Titus has Ice Cream Every day. Drop in and have a dish when you are down town. E<l Mouillesseaux keeps constantly adding to his already fine stock. This time he has just received a full line of Rogers Brothers Celebrated Flat Ware, such as Spoons, Forks, Knives, etc. These goods need no recom mendation, being the Best Made. Call and see him and get prices. oet. 4. There will be a business meeting of the Towanda 3lusieal society, Thursday morning Oct. sth, at eleven o'clock, at the residence of Dr. I). S. PRATT. All members are requested to be present. Frazer Axle Grease.—One trial will convince you that it is the best. Ask your dealer for the Frazer Axle Grease, and take no other. Every box has our trade mark on. Last week at the Pennsylvania State Fair and Pittsburg Exposition, the following Sew ing machines were on exhibition, viz: Wbee ler and Wilson, Home, Singer, New Home, White, Domestic, Wilson, Household and Davis. The Judges awarded the Silver 3led 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 survivors of the 50th Regiment P. V. will hold a re-union in this place Oc f ober 12 All members of the Regiment are invited to be present and participate, without further notice. Col. E. OVER TO A is President of the Association. FOUND, a Gold Ear Ring, also a Cable Chain, on Plank Road street. Owners can have same by proving property and paying for this notice. M. H. LINES. Any industrious, practical farmer, with a small capital, can hear of an opportunity to buy a farm on terms which will enable him to pay for ot out of the profits. For purlieu ars enquire at this office. LOST, a Meershaum Cigar Holder. Finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving it with Charles Cowles at American House. Christies' celebrated Court Oysters, the best in the market, for sale at the " Senate." Served in all styles and retailed. Oct. 8, 1881, TIJF. VKRY LATEST— StvIes in men's, chil dren's and boys' suits, overcoats and fur nishing goods can be found at Jacob's Cloth ing House as lie has just opened an immense stock of Fall and Winter goods. Pomona Grange, No. 23, P. of H., composed of Bradford and Sullivan counties, will hold its next regular Quarterly meeting at the Hall of Spring Hill Grange, No. 178, on Thursday, November 3rd, 1881, at one o'clock, P. M. Those going by Rail Road will leave at Wyalusing where conveyances will be in waiting. A general attendance is reques ted, as business of importance is to be transacted, together with the election of officers for the ensuing year. Evening session will be open, and all are in vited to attend. I)WIGHT KELLUM, Sec'y. Townnda, Oct. 3, 1881. NKW FORK EXCURSION. —The fourth grand ex cursion to New York, or Philadelphia, under the auspices of the Tunkhannock Presbyterian church, over the Lehigh Valley R. It, will start frdm Sayre. Pa., Tuesday. Oet. 11th, after the arrival of the reg. ular morning train, No. 3, which leaves Elmira at 3:45 a. in., and will closely follow that train to New York. The tickets will be good to return by any regular train from the 11th to the 21st of October, inclusive, This will be a rare chance for business men, farmers and their families, and tourists to vis it New York and Philadelphia, at the best season of the year. Rates of fare to New York and return; From Sayre and Athens, st>; Ulster, $3,05; Towanda and Wysauking, $5.20; Standing Stone, $5.20; Rummerffeld, SI.BO. Frcnchtown, $4.50; Wyalusing, $4.25; Excursion tickets from Beth lehem to Philadelphia and return, $2.50. For full particulars see posters and small bills. Correspondence solicited. Tickets for sale in Troy by C. F. Haylos; Canton by W. W. Whitman. Towanda by S. P. Whit comb and at all ticket offices on L. V. R.R. Rev. S. L. CONDE, Manager. F. 11. PIATT, Assistant Manager, Tunkhannock, Pa. FIREMEN'S PARADE POSTPONED.— Ow'ng to the death of the President of the United States, the annual parade of the Towanda Fire Department is hereby postponed from the 22d inst., until Thursday, October Gth. CLARK B. PORTER, Sept. 20,1881. Chief Engineer. Rev. G. W. PEPPER, of Ohio, will lecture in Mercur Hall next Wednesday evening un der the auspices of the Land League. The Reverend gentleman is a native of Ireland and will discuss the Irish question from personal observation. IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS.— SpeciaI in ducements are offered you by the BURLING TON ROUTE. It will pay you to read their advertisement to be found clsewhore iu this paper. We are still selling Pure Milk at FIVE CENTS Per Quart. H. ELSBREE. . . . 9■ ■ ■ ■ Don't fail to go to JOHN SULLIVAN'S on Bridge street, for the best five cent cigar. FOR SALE CHEAP.—A "Good Morning Range, a foot turning lathe, and a foot jig saw, also three heating stoves. N. P. HICKS. If you want the best confections, the best ice cream, the finest fruit, call at FITCH'S. FOR RENT. Foil RENT. —A dwelling house on Poplar street; possession given immediately. W. H. Coverdale. Two dwelling houses in the First Ward for rent. O. D. KINNEY. FOR RENT.—A first-class residence on Chestnut street. Inquire at this office. sen. 19. PRICE ONE CENT. PUBLIC VENDUE.—The undersigned, Admin istratrix of the estate of Dr. 11. C. Porter, late of To wanda, will expose to sale at public vendue or out cry, at the Porter homestead, in Towanda, on Bat urday, October 22d, 1831, commencing at 10 o'clock a.m., the following property, to-wit: One team of horses, lumber wagons, platform wagon, buggies sleighs, harness, robes, farming implements of va rious kinds, household furniture, &c. Any of the above articles cau be had at private sale prior to the public sale, by applying at Dr. II . C. Porter &doti's Drugstore. TERMS OF SALE—AII sums under S2O, cash All over that sum six months to a year time, as agreed upon, with interest with approved security. MRS, E. K. POUTER. Administratrix. Towanda, Pa. Oct. 4, 1811. SECOND-HAND BICYCLES.—A price list of these Bicycles has just been received from the Pope Mfg. Co. Prices range from S3O to SOO, Any one desiring a Good Bicycle at a Low Price should call At Once upon 8. M. WOODBURN, Agt., Towanda, Pa. BUSINESS LOCALS. HOUSE FOR SALE.—I offer for sale a First, Class House on York Avenue near Locust street, containing of rooms with closets, china closet in dining room, pantry in kitchen, good cellar, well, barn and out buildings. The a bove said house, I will sell on reasonable terms for cash. Or will exchange for a good farm. 11. P. MOOKK July 8. 3 m. Towanda, Pa. The only market in Towatula where you can get good, fat western beef is at Huudell's, where the best < uts of veal, lamb and mutton are always served. Also ham. bacon and salt meats of ail kinds, Fresh Eisli,dressed poul try, vegetables and fruit. Leaye your orders at Rundeirs market. Jjj:lN ( l) EEJLG LE ' MEETING. MERCUR HALL TIIIS EVENING. Kev. Geo. W. Pepper, of Chicago will address "The Land League" in MERCUR IIALL THIS EVENING. Subject—"lreland and the Irish; the National Land League and its Objects." The following named gentlemen have j been invited to act as officers : President, j Rev. C. F. KELLY; Vice Presidents, Rev. C. 11. Wright, Prof. E. E. Quinlau, Hon. P. 1). Morrow, Peter J. Dean, Col. J. F. Means, T. 1L Jordan, John Rahm, W. G. Alger, N. N. Betts, Dr. D. S. Pratt, Thomas Cnrran, Elhanan Smith, Rev. Wm. Taylor, Rev. M. Dunn.oi Troy, i Rev. J. S. Stewart, Hon. Joseph Powell, i Geo. Blackman, D. C. DeWitt, G. \V. ) Ryan, N. C. Elsbree, F. G. Johnson, E. A. Parsons, Dr. T. IL Johnson, Jere miah O. Keefe, Hon. E. L. Ilillis, Joseph Oclis, Rev. C. T. Ilallowell, Rev. J. Cos tello of Athens, Col. R. A. Packer of Sayre, Jas. Murry of Waverly; Secreta ries, James Harding, Geo. Burbank, Charles Cross, John McNamarra, Chas. M. Hall. Let the people of Towanda turn out ami hear the TRUTH in regard to the trouble now agitating Ireland. Tho speaker is a Protestant Irishman, a clergyman of the M. E. Denomination, and has recently visited his native land. He therefore speaks from personal observation and knowledge. GO AND HEAR IIIM. A. 11. BURCHILL, President. WM. WELSH, Vice President. ED. GUINANK, Secretary. DANIEL CTLLINAN, Treasurer.