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TO WANDA REVIEW. VOLUME 111, NO. 61. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Personal. Miss ALICE MCINTOSH has returned from her visit in Rochester. Mine host NOBLE, of the Adam's House, Troy, was in town yesterday. Revs. S. A. CAI.IFF of Smithfield, and S. P. GATES, of Canton, were in Towanda yester. day. Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE MORSE of Roches ter, N. Y., are visiting Mrs. M's parents on York avenue. CLARE B. PORTER, O? this place, was reg istered at the Continental Hotel, Philadel phia, yesterday. WILLIAM ELWELL, republican candidate for Sheriff of Tioga county, N. Y., is at the Ward House. Mr. and Mrs. MILLER, of Lancaster, have returned to their home after a pleasant visit with friends here. WILLIAM HAMAKER, of Reading, has been visiting his brother, J. S. HAMAKER, foreman of the Republican. \h\s week. Miss JENNIE SMITH, who has been spend ing several months with friends in Wiscon sin, returned Wednesday evening. Misses ANNIE DELANO and MAY COD. DING go to Wilksßarre to-day for a visit They will be the guests of Mrs. POOL. CHRISTINE MONTANYE has returned to her home In this place after a year's sojourn with her cousin, Mrs. Dr. EYRE, in Wisconsin. Policeman DIMMOCK and WILLCIIAMBER LIN came in last evening after two or three days of successful gunniug down the river. S. C. NAGLEE and wife have returned af ter a year's soj turn in Michigan, and will soon take possession of their pleasant home in Monroeton. A little daughter havinsr taken up her abode with Mr. and Mrs. S. F. COLT, Jr., con gratulations are now in order.— Dushore Review. All of SAM'S Bradford county friends say, "Me, too." FRANK DEEGAN, for the past two years a clerk in POWELL & Co's, has accepted a situ ation in the large mercantile establishment of A. PARDEE & Co., Hazletou. Mr. D. is rn exemplary young gentlemau and an excellent salesman. Thdßev. CORTLAND WHITEHEAD,of Beth lehem was nominated by the Clergy of the dio6e.se of Pittsburg on Wednesday for Epis copal Bishop Without concurring, the lay deputies asked for a recess. The nomination was confirmed by the laity yesterday. The new Bishop is well known here. Miss MYRA KINGSBURY, of Sheshequin, Bradford county, has been set apart to the gospel work, and is now recognized as a min ister of the Universalist creed. She is a lady of more than ordinary talent, and be longs to a family that have been prominent in that sectiou of the State since the early days of tho Republic— Williamsport Bulle tin. A fire in Oswego last Sunday damaged HARRY GORE'S drug store one hundred dol lars. The Philomatbeau Society will holdaSocia bel at their rooms in the Institute building, this evening. Refreshments will be serv ed - . . . Next Sunday Quarterly meeting will be held in the M. E. Church. Love Feast at 0 p. m. Preaching by Presiding EIder. WILBOR at 7 o'clock in the evening. Mr. WOLFE, independent candidate for State Treasurer, is to speak in this place next Friday, the 28th iust. At present Mr. W.'s following does not appear to be very numer ous, but bis friends are among the mosi pro nounced republicans and highly respectable gentlemen of the county. TOWANDA, PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1881. In the absence of the pastor, who is atten" ding convention in Detroit, Mich., Rev. S. C. IIAYFORD will occupv the pulpit of the Uni versalist church next Sunday. Nearly all of the practicing physicians in the county have now registered. The only one for the past week who complied with the law was: EDWARD MILLS, M. D., Ulster; Fairfield Medical College, N, Y„ Jan. 1839. The Coroner's jury, in the case of the little MANN girl found dead in the woods near Le ona, rendered a yecdict that the deceased came to her death by a blow upon the back of her head,inflicted by some person or persons to the jury unknown, and that she was hanged after she was dead. The foster parents, A. J. MANN and wife, and CHAS. BURR and wife, their son-in-law and daughter, were ar rested for the crime and taken before B. B. MITCHELL, Esq., for a hearing. We have not heard the result of the examination. The News Condensed. Ben Butler has a second time declined to undertake the defense of Guiteau.j Tte owner of the Philadelphia mill where the disastrous fire occurred last week, has been held in SIO,OOO bail. The Land League has been pronounced an illegal organization in Ireland and it is said the office will be transferred to France. . The London Times thinks that the peo ple of this country, in picking out their Presidents, "have never yet made a bad choice, though one might be better than another." It will prove a very serious turn in the fortunes of Congressman-elect Wise if, when he presents himself for admission to Congress, he finds that that recent lit tle affair with Riddleberger has disquali fied him from taking his seat. Each House is the judge of the qualifications of its own members, and the next House may take it into its head to leave Mr. Wise outside. Dueling must be made odious. • Don't fail to go to JOHN SULLIVAN'S on Bridge street., for the best five cent cigar. C. H. CRAWFORD is canvassing this place and vicinity for BALTCII'S life of GARFIELD, As we believe the life of the lamented Presi dent worthy the imitation of every man and boy in the country, we hope the work will have a laige sale. The price is only $2. 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 vear and pays a sick benefit of $3 per week in case of sickness or disability. This Order has actually paid to Widows and Or phans since 1873, the sum of $4,446,000. Eor full particulars call on or address JNO. R. KITTREDGE, Reporter, or any member of the order. Rooms suitable for small family, to let, in centre of town. Enquire at this oflice. CHARLES AKENS has taken the llarber Shop late ly occupied by PATTINANTO, in Patton Block, and solicits a share of public patronage. He is an ex perienced barber and understands all branches of the business. it. 11' iif iit. ru:: The celebrated Stallion has returned to his sta bles in this place where he may be found. TERMS —Same as heretofore. Oct. 21, 1881. D. C. DEWITP. On and after Moirday next, Oct. 24, our store will close at 7:30 p. m., excepting Saturday evening when it will be open until 9 o'clock. Oct. 20. A. D. DYE & CO- Any one having CARPETS to weave will find it to their advantage to call on Mrs. Fox, in Carroll's block. All kinds of Carpet woven in the Best man ner and on short notice. THE VERY LATEST—StyIes in men's, chil dren's and boys' suits, overcoats and fur nishing goods can be found at Jacob's Cloth ing House as he lias just opened an immense stock of Fall and Winter goods. FOR SALE:— One Horse, One Cow, O, A. BLACK, Agt., Towanda. The march of iinurovement has brought us to the time when old fogy machinery has to take a back seat. This is verified by the success of the" New Davis" Sewing Machine, with its "Vertical Feed.', Whereever it has been introduced hosts of admi ring friends sound its praise. 6dy5.39 FOR SALE:— One Cook stove. One Heating Btove, snitable for coal or wood, O. A. BLACK, Weston st. BUY THE BEST KNIFE MADE—Forged n stend of being stamped out—for sale ut <J P. WELLSE' Crockery store. Horse, Phaeton, Harness and whip for sale at a bargain, by WM. CHAM BERLIN. WINDOW POLES-Cornices and Rings, atC.P. WELLES' Crockery store. Seller's Liver Pills," have been the standard rem edy for malaria, Liver complaints, costiveness, etc. for lifly years- Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial diseases, scrofula, and general debility cured by Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher." Having rooms In my father's house on Main st* (where Andrew Noble used to live) I would res pectfully inform the ladies of Towanda and vicin ity, that I am prepared to do all kinds of work in the Dress-making line to the entire satisfaction of all wlio may favor me with their patronage. CUT TING AND FITTING a specialty. Sept. 26, 1881. ALICE SHAW. HOUSE ANd LOTS FOR SALE AND RENT.—I have a number of dwelling houses for rent or for sale on easy terms. Also, eligible and desirable build ing Lots which will be sold on long credit to per sons desiring to build. Oct. 17. 1881. L. ELSBREE. FOR RENT. Two dwelling houses in the First Ward for rent. O. D. KINNEY. WANTS. Under this head we will insert AT? EE, notices o/ situations or help wanted. WANTED—A GOOD GIRL, to do general house work. Apply at Mrs. U. JACOBS. Good Bench men, and machine men wanted to work in furniture factory. Also two wood turners- FROSTS SONS, Towanda, Pa. Two good farm hands wanted, to work by the month. . W. J. DKLPEUCH, Horn Brook, Pa. 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. GENERAL ELECTION PROCLAMA TION. —WHEREAS, in and by an Act of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled an "Act relating to the elections of this Commonwealth," passed the 2nd day of July, A.D. 1839. it is made the duly of the Sheriff of every county to give notice of sucli elec tion, and to make known in such notice what officers are to be elected, and to designate the places at which the ejections are to be held. Therefore, I, PETER J. DEAN, High Sheriff of the County of Bradford, do hereby make known and proclaim to the qualified electors of Bradford County, that a general election will be held on TUESDAY, the EIGHTH day of NOVEMBER, A. I). 1881, (be ing the Tuesday next following the first Monday of said month), in the several election districts of said County, as follows: Armenia.— At the bouse of John 8. Becker. * Alba Borough.— At the house of Ira. Smith. Albany Twp.—At the Bahr School House. Albany Boro. —At the Odd Fellows Hall. Asylum. —At the School House near Edwin W. Decker's. Athens Boro. First Ward. —At the Central House in said Ward. Athens Boro. Second Ward.—At the Engine House, on the Sputh side of Bridge Street., in said Ward. Athena Twp. Ist District. —At the Exchange note! in Athens Borough. Athens Twp.—2d District—At the house of Town send Knowles. Athens Twp. 3d District —At the Savre House. Burlington Boro.—At the house of W. 11. D. Green. Burlington Twp,—At the house of W. 11. I). Green in Burlington Borough. Burlington West—At the M. E. Church. Barclay.—At the school house. • Canton Boro.—At the Central Hotel. Canton Twp.—At Ihe Central Hotel in Canlon Borough. PRICE ONE CENT. Columbia.—At the house lately occupied by James Morgan. Franklin.—At the Town Hall. Granville.—At the house of B. F. Taylor. Herrick.—At the school house at Herrickvillc. Leßaysville.—At the house of F E. Case. Litchfield.—At the house of 8. B. Carmer. Leßoy.—At the Centre School House. Monroe Boro.—At the Summers House. Monroe Twp.—At the house lately occupied by J. L. Rockwell, deceased. Orwell.—At the Town Hall. Overton.—At the School House, No. 2. Pike.—At the Brushville School House. Rome Twp.—At the Academy In Rome Borough. Rome Boro.—At the Academy. ltidgbury.—At the house occupied by Vincent Baldwin. Hheshecjuin.—At the Valley House. Springfield.—At the house occupied by Joseph Causer. Smithfield.—At the house occupied by O.C.Mills. South Creek.—At the house occupied by Georga Sufl'ern. Standing Stone.—At the house lately occupied by Henry Cunningham. South Waverly.—At the Bradford House. Terry.—At the house of E. J. Shepard. Towanda Boro. Ist Ward.—At the International, Hetel. Towanda Boro. 2nd Ward.—At the Grand Jury Room. Towanda Boro. 3d Ward.—At the Grocery of G. S. Smith. Towanda Twp.—At the school house near H. L Scott's. Towanda North.— At the house of S. A. Mills. Troy Boro.—At the house lately occupied by V. M. Long, deceased' Troy Twp.—At the house lately occupied by V. M. Long, deceased, in Troy Borough. Tuscarora.—At the School House near Jamas Black's. Ulster.—At the Van Dyke House. Warren. —At the bouse of R. Cooper. Windham. —At Miles Bidleraan's Store in Wind ham Centre. Wyaluslng.—At the house of J. H. Black. Wilmot.—At the house of A. ,J. Stone. Wysox.—At the house owned by W. H. Conklin, in Myersburg. Welles.—At the building occupied by the Odd Fellows as a hall. At which time and place the qualified electors will vote by ballot for the following named officers, namely: One person for Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. One persoe for High Sheriff for the County of Bradford. One person for Prothonotary, Clerk of the Court of Quarterly Sessions and Oyer and Terminer fof the County of Bradford. One person for Register of Wills, Recorder of Deeds and Clerk of Orphan's Court for the Count* of Bradford. 3 One person for County Treasurer for the count v of Bradford. 3 Three persons for County Commissioners for the County of Bradford. Three persons for County Auditors for the County of Bradford. It is farther directed that the election polls of the several districts shall be opened at seven o'clock in the morning, and shall continue open without any interuption until seven o'clock in the evening when the polls shall be closed. No person shall be qualified to servo as an elec tion officer who shall hold, or within two months have held, any office, or appartment, or employ ment in or under the Government of the United States, or of this State, ®r of any city or county, or of any municipal board, commissioner of trust,* in any city, save only Justices of the Peace and Alder men, notaries'public and persons of militia service of the State; nor shall any election officer be eligi ble to any office to be tilled at ap election at which he shall serve, save only to such subordinate muni cipal or local offices below the grade of city or coun ty offices, or shall be designated by general law. At the opening of the polls at all elections, it shall be the duty of the Judges of Election, for their re spective districts to designate one of the inspectors whose duty it shall be to have in custody the regis-' try of voters, and to make the enterics thereof re quired by law, und it shall be the duty of the said inspsctors to receive and number the ballots pre sented at said election. All elections by the citizens shall be by ballot and every ballot voted shall be numbered in the or der in which it is received, and the number recorded by the clerks on the list of voters opposite of the name of the elector from whom received. And e* ery voter voting two or more tickets, the several tickets so voted shall each be numbered with the number corresponding with the number to the name of the voter. Any elector may write his name upon his ticket, or cause the same to be written thereon and attested by a citizen of the district. In addi tion to the oath now prescribed by law to be taken and subscribed by election officers, they shall sever ally be sworn or affirmed not to disclose how any elector shall have voted unless required to do so in a,judicial proceeding. One ticket shall embrace the names of all the Judges of Court voted for. and to be labeled out side "Judiciary." One ticket shall embrace all the names of State officers voted for, and be lnbeled "State." One ticket shall embrace the names of all Connl y officers voted for, including office of Senator and Members of Congress if voted for, and be la beled "County." All judges living within twelve miles of the Pro thonotary's office, or within twenty four miles* if their residence be in a town, village or city, upon the line of a railroad leading to the County seat before 2 o'clock past meridian of the day after the election, and all other Judges shall, before twelve o'clock meridian of the second day after the clec tion, deliver the returns together with return sheet to Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas of the County, which said return shall be tiled and the day and hour of filing marked thereon, and shall be preserved by the Prothonotary for public inspee- Given under my hand at my office, in Towanda this 10th day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-one. PETER J. DEAN, Sheriff.