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TOWANDA REVIEW. VOLUME 111, NO. 48. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Personal. Miss FANNIE JF.WKTT is visiting friends in Sayre. ALVAH C. SMITH and wife are attending the Canton fair. Miss ANNA WIT MAMS of Wayerlv i< the guest of MAUDE ALLEN. Lawyer WILLIAMS will visit his former home and take in the Canton fair to-day. Miss SARAH MOODY is visiting in Tttnk hannock. She expects to return this evening. Mr. Vic GOTLEIIIKR of Owego, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. 11. \V. PATTICK, in this place. Miss HELEN KINGSBURY left last evening for a two weeks' visit in Athens, Wnvcrly and Klintra. I>. B. STOWEI.L, of Elniira, was in town yesterday. He proposes to take a western trip and our readers may hear from him. Ex-Sheriff" GRIFFIS leaves for Washington this morning to be present at the opening of the Senate °n Monday, as he is one of the of fi cCrs of that body. Mrs. BOBBINS and Miss EDF.I H WOOD RUFF started for Watsuiitown yesterday af ternoon. They will make the journey with a horse and buggy, and expected to reach Ea porte last evening. Ilev. C. T. IIALLOWF.LL lias gone to Phila delphia to visit his parents. He will he ab sent two or three weeks and attend the Gen oral Convention of Baptist Churches in New York before his return. Among the passengers on the steamer Ohio, which arrived in Philadelphia from Liver pool Monday evening, were the Misses BLIGHT of this place. Their father, Super intendent BLIGHT of the S. E. <& 8. R. R.. met them in Philadelphia and escorted them home. FITCH has new chestnuts. Fires and overcoats were comfortable yes terday. The " Manville " Organ, manufactured in this place, is on exhibition at the Sullivan county fair. CHARLEY UAMSDKLL, of Elmira, will can vas Towamla and vicinity for a new book en titled Gen. GAUFIKLD'S Life. As the pastor of the Baptist church will be absent the next two Sundays there will he no evening-service in that house. The pul pit will be supplied both mornings. The teachers and students at the Institute ' yesterday responded very generously to Prin cipal QUIXLAN'S appeal for aid for the Michi gan sufferers. The amount contributed was §l2 54. Doctor RANDALL, of Forksville, Sullivan county, died on Mondav. He formerly resi ded in this county and was last year present ed by the republicans of .Sullivan us theircun didate for Congress. People who take in the New York excur sion next week will he afforded an opportu nity of atteudiug the Yorktown'celebration at a small additional expense, as tickets are good for ten days. ROSEN FIELD, the will known, popular clothier, not only sells more and better goods than " somebody," but beats somebody, anv il >dy and every body J n the hat and cap line. Just call and see his stock. Owing to a failure to make proper connec tions. Rev. G. \V. PKTPKK, who was adver ' tised to address the Land Eeague last even ing, did not arrive and a large audience were disappointed. Tho committee expect, to get him here to-morrow evening, when the Jec* ture will take place. The committee of ladies having in charge the collection of funds for the Michigan suf ferers, will meet In the north store in Mer eur block at 10 o'clock to morrow morning.— TOWANDA, PA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, ISBI. Persons who desire to asaist hv the contribu tion of garments, materials or other articles, will have them <•< nt in at that time. FAIRCHILD, the Ward House tonsoriul ar tist has put out an elegant new sign. NEW Co At. YARD. —We were not aware until a visit to the premises yesterday, of the extensive improvements recently made at what is known as the OVERTON basin, near the Episcopal Church. A roadway lias besn constructed west of the railroad track ami a substantial bridge thrown across the entrance to the basin, thus opening River street from the Bridge to the freight depot. On the west side of this road a large coal shed has been erected extending nearlyj to the new Church foundation, with sixteen bins, each of which will hold fifty tons of coal. The yard is en closed by a higii fence, and everything about it done in the most convenient and substan tial manner. The work has been prosecuted under tho supervision of T. M. WOODRUFF. Esq., l>v JAS. MACFAKT.ANK, Esq., executor of tlx; OVER ION estate and has been leased for a term of years by the S. E. & 8. 11. U. & Coal Co. The carpenter work wrs done by JAMES K INSMAN and one hundred and sixty thousand feet of lumber was consumed in the building and fence. A neat office and a set of Fairtiauk's scales stand at the entrance to the yard, which is connected with the E. V. R. R. by a "swi eh," so that coal will be dumped from cars (directly into the bins. To-morrow morning .Superintendent 1. (,). BLIGHT will begin retailing coal, not only the popular Eoval Sock, but, the best quality of Piltston. Our old friend T. M. WOODRUFF will have charge of the office and yard, which will be sufficient guarantee to all who know him that customers will he courteously treat ed and orders promptly attended to. Rev. G. W. BETTER, of Ohio, will lecture in Mereur Hall next Friday evening un der the auspices of the Earn! Eeague. The Reverend gentleman is a native of Ireland and will discuss the Irish question from personal observation. Strayed from its cage, a bright yellow ca nary bird; good singer. A suitable reward will he paid for its return. E. W. ELWELI.. The ladies of the Benevolent Society are requested to meet at the house of Mrs. I)r. 11. C. POUTER on Saturday the Sth of October, at op. in. A full attendance is desired. OYSTERS!—Having made arrangements to handle the celebrated Atuboy oysters—best j in the market—we are prepared to supply them to our customers by the quart or gallon | on the most reasonable terms. Oysters serv ed in every style. A. M. THUS. Fletcher U. Harper of New York died Tuesday. The republican state convention met in New York city yesterday. The session was harmonious. Senator Warren J. Miller was temporary chairman and llou. ChaunceyM. Depcw permanent president. Gen. C'arr was renominated for Secretary of State; Hamilton Ward for Attorney General, and Senator Davenport for Comptroller. METEOROLOGICAL.—The thcrtnometer at I)r. H. C. POUTER & SON'S Drug Store, at the corner of Main and Pine streets, indicated as follows: OCTOBER 5, C> a. m.—34 deg. above zero. 9a. m.—3B; 12 in.— 43; 3 p. m.—47 ; *> p. in.—44; 9 p. m.—4o. Average temperature during the day—4l Seckel Pears and Catawba grapes at FITCH'S confectionery store. Don't fail to go to JOHN SULLIVAN'S on Bridge street, for the best fire ccut cigar. We are still selling Pure Milk at FIVE CENTS Per Quart. 11. ELSHItEK. "My Wayward Pnrdner," for $2 at Whitcomb'e Ilook Store. LOST, A Mecrshautn Cigar Holder. Finder will be ; suitably rewarded on leaving it with Charles Cowles ! at Aineticaii House. FOUND, a Goid Ear King, also a Cable Chain,! on l'iank Road street. Owners can have same by j proving property and payiug for tliis notice. M. 11. LINES. J IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS.— Special in ducements tiro offered you by the BURLING TON HOUTK. It will pay you to retul their | advertisement to be found elsewhere in this paper. Any industrious, practical farmer, with aj 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 particul ars enquire at this office. THK VKRY LATEST— StvIea in men's, chil ■ dren's and hoys' suits, overcoats and fur-1 nishing goods can be found at Jacob's Cloth- j ing House as he has just opened an immense j stock of Fall and Winter goods. FIREMEN'S PARADE POSTPONED. —Ow'ug to the death of the President of the United States, the annual parade of the Towauda Fire Department is hereby postponed from the 22d lust., until Thursday, Detober 6th. CLARK B. POUTER. Sept. 20,1881. Chief Engineer. Ed Mouillesseatix keeps constantly adding to his already tine stock. This time he has just received a full line of Rogers Brothers Celebrated Flat Ware, such us Spoons, Forks, Knives, etc. These goods need no recom mendation, being the Best Made. Call and see him and get prices. oet. 4. Last week at the Pennsylvania State Fair and Pittsburg Exposition, the following Sew. mg 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; prize for the best fancy sewing; first prize for the best silk embroidery. Pomona Grunge, No. 23, P. of 11., composed of Bradford and Sullivan counties, will hold its next regular Quarterly meeting at the Hall of Spring Hill Grange, No. ITS, 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. DWIGHT KELLUM, Sec'y. Towanda, Oet. 3, 1881. New FORK EXCURSION. —The fourth grand ex cursion to New York, or Philadelphia, under the auspices of the Tunkhannoek Presbyterian church, over the Lehigh Valley R. It, will start from Say re. Pa., Tuesday. Oct. 11th, after the arrival of the reg. ular morning train, No. 3, which lewes Klmira at i 3:45 a. in., and will closely follow that train to New i York. The tickets will be good to return by any ' regular train from the 11th to the 21st of October, inclusive, Tins 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, $0; Ulster, $5,65; Towanda and Wysauking, $5.20; Standing Stone, $5.20; Rummerfield, $4.80. Frenchtown, $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. Saylcs; Canton by W. W. Whitman. Towanda by S. P. Whit comb and at nil ticket offices Oil L. V. K.R. Rev. 8. L. CONDK, Manager. F. 11. PIATT, Assistant Manager, Tunkhannoek, Pa. NOTICE—T want it distinctly understood that I have Reinced from Bridge Street Furniture Store to rooms over Turner & Gordon's l)ru Store and Woodford & Vaniom's boot and shoe store where 1 keep on hand all kinds of COFFINS AND CAS KETS, from the best to the cheapest. Any one in need of anything in my line give me a call. P. S. I haye no connection with any of Mr. Frost's establishments. Feb. 5. J- S. ALLYN, Agt. The finest building lot in Towanda borough, cor ner of l'opiar and Second streets, between the res idence af Hon. E. O. Goodrich afid K. Walker, will jbe sold cheap. Apply to O. D. KINNEY. PRICE ONE CENT. FOR RENT. FOR IIENT.—A dwelling house on l'oplar stroel; possession given immediately. W. 11. Coverdale. Two dwelling houses in the First Ward for rent. O. I>. KIXXKY. FOR KENT.— A first-class residence on Chestnut street. Inquire at this oilier. sen. 19. WANTS. Und-er this head we will insert t'lt EE, notices oj situations or help wonted. Two good farm hands wanted, to work by the month. W. J. DELFEUCH, Horn Brook, Pa. A good girl wanted immediately. Call at this oilier. Three men wanted to sell sewtng machines Good wages paid. Singer Mfg. Co. Towanda, Pa. WANTED—A good girl to do general housework, Apply to MRS. M. CARMON. HALL. ONE NIGHT ONLY. lUBSD AY Eve, Oct, 11. COLLIER'S Banker's .Daughter! COMBINATION, under the auspices of A. M. PAi.MF.it, Manager of t he Union Square Theatre, New York. Bronson Howard's Celebrated Drama of Ijd f i Ice/A.laxig7itei \ This delightful play will be produced on the above date with all the ORIGINAL GRAND EFFECTS! NEW SCENERY! The original Music by their own BRASS BAND AND ORCHESTRA! Free Balcony Concert at 7 o'clock. POPULAR PRICES OF ADMISSION ! 05 and 50 cents. Reserved seats, 75 cts., at Kirbv's. G. W. HARRISON Agent. NEW Coal! The State Line ancl Sul livan Rail Road Company Will opetic their New Coal Yard at . the old Overton basin, for the Sale of all kinds of Coal on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th. Up town office will be at the Coal Yard. Down town office, at the Central Ex press office. Prices will be as follows : LOYAL SOCK COAL AT YARD. Urate, *lO per ton. Hgg, :* 30 Large Store, 3 50 " Stove, 3 7.1 46 J\*ut, 78 " Small J% % ut, 3 3.1 '• BEST QUALITY PITTSTON COAL PER TON. Lgg, £4 2.1 Store, 4 98 Wut, 4 33 Fifty Cents per ton additional for cart age. I. O. BLIGHT. Superintendent. October G, 1881.