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Tiie Daily Review. Towanda, Pa., Friday, Opt. 21, 1881. EDITORS . 8. W. ALVOKD. NOBLE N.ALVORD "Daily Review" only to emit per- Htouth. Try it. Mails arrive and depart at the Towanda Post-oflice as follows: ARRIVE DRPART j 4 00 A.M. Phila. N Y. and East States P.M. 7 45 | 10 30 ....Dusbore, Bernice, Laporte, &c '2 45 j 11 15 ; L. V. way mail North 3 45 11 00 New Era, &c. Tues., Thurs. and Sat. 1 00 11 00 ..Asylum, &c. Mon.,Wed. and Fri.. 1 00 11 00 Shesliequin, See M. 12 00 1 00 P.M. ....Troy, Burlington, 8cc.... A.M. 10 00 *2 40 . ..Closed mail from ErieSc N.C.lt.R's... 845 •4 00 Canton, Monroeton, Stc 9 00 5 30 L. V. way mall South 9 50 12 00 .Leßaysvillc, Rome, Sic...P.M. 1 00 6 SO ~...Barclay 1 00 )0 40 Erie west of Elmira 7 30 Office open from 7:00 A. u. to 7: 45 p. m . Money order office open from 8 :00 to 7.'00 P. M. Office open Sunday from 9: 00 to 10: 00 A. M. P. POWELL, P. M. U 1 II ■ ■ ' BUSINESS LOCALS. Second hand Herring Safe for sale cheap, quire at this office. One of those thin gum overcoats sold by Rosenfield is cheaper aud much more conven ent than an umbrella. For First Class Custom Boots and Shoes, go to Morgan McMahon's Shop, over Burcliill Brothers M arble Works. Repairing of all kinds neatly done. You run no risk when you buy yourgroeer es at G. L. Ross' new store in Montanye Block. His prices are way down to rock bot tom* ~ Ilis store in Kellum Block, Ist Ward heats the world by low prices and good goods. The Towanda Library, over EVANS A HIL DKETH'S store, is open from ten til twelve, Tuesdav aud 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. ROSENFIELD'B. BIRD CAGES, 40 cents and upwards at the 5 Cent Store C. M. Manville has a quantity of four feet flag stones for sale cheap. Buv Knapp's Superior Flavoring Extracts for family use. warranted pure. Live spring chickens constantly on hand at Myer's Bridge St. Market. Berries, Garden truck at Myre's meat mar ket, Bridge St. Brick for sale. Enquire of J. T. Ilale, at torney at law. SAKE FOR SALE— Fire-proof, Combination Lock. Inquire of W. J. YOUNG. The " Senate" has long been considered headquarters for the best clams. Mr. Nestor is now receiving his supply direct from the famous Perth Amboy beds, and serves them in every style. 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 any glass whether door or window, large siz<f or small glass, giecn 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 same. To those who have heard of the -'lmi tation Glass," and have not seen it, we extend a oordial invitation to examine into its real merits, and ask the prices for which it can be 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 our prices are less than one-fourth the cost of the same. Those in need of anything of this kind or who are lovers of art, whether they wish to pur chase or not, are respectfully invited to examine the same at *CHAS. F. CROSS' Book Store. NOTICE —I want it distinctly understood that I have Removed from Bridge Street Furniture Store to rooms over Turner & Gordon's Drug Store and Woodford & Vandorn's boot and shoe store where I keep oti hand all kinds of COFFINS AND CAS KK I'S, from the best to the cheapest. Any one in need of anything in my line give me a call. P. S. 1 "hnye no connection with any of Mr. Frost's establishments. Feb. 5. J- S. ALLYN, Agt. FARM FOR SAL*E. —T ofter for sale on i-eason able terms a valuable farm, located in the valley of the Towanda creek, about 2 1-2 milas 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 line lar?c barn— with underground stabling. I will sell this arm on Ion" time, or exchange it in part for property in Towada borough. JOSEPH G. PATTON. Homeopathic Lung Svrup, is the best rem edy for coughs aud colds. It is mild, pleas ant and effective. Sold in Towanda only by C. B. PORTER. The finest building lot in Towanda borough, cor nor ofPoplar and Becond streets, between the res idence of Hon. E. O. Goodrich and K. Walker, will be sold cheap. Apply to O. D. KINNEY. The only market in Towanda where you can set good, fat western beef is at Rundell's, where the best cuts of veal, lamb and mutton are always served. Also ham. bacon and salt meats of all kinds, Fresh Fish, dressed poul try, vegetables and fruit. Leaye your orders at Rundell's market. C. S. RUSSELL, General Insurance and Real Estate Agent, Towanda, Tenna. Cildhrens carrages at reduced prices to close out stock, at C. P. Welles' crockery store. 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, Ac., on the shortest notice and at reasonable rates. Orders left at Stevens A Long's and Dye A Co.'s will re ceive prompt attention. SUSQUEHANNA COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE. Tlie 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, Pa. OA New Line of Decorated Chamber Sets just received. American Porcelain and Ivory body verv cheap at C. P. WELLES' Crockery store. GEORGE LYNCHCOMK bus removed bus barber shop from the room over POWELL A Go's store, to his old quarters under the Meat Market, one door south of Ward House, where he will he pleased tfl see all his former patrons and everybody else desiring tonsorial services. Having sold ray retail Furniture and Un taking business, known as the Bridge Street Furniture Store to E. B. Pierce I would re spectfully recommend those in need of goods in his line to call on him at the old stand. * I also wish to inform those indebted to me that it will be necessary to settle the accouuts soon. N. P. IIICKS. January J, 1881. HOTEL FOR SALE. -I offer the American Hotel property for sale on very reasonable terms—one half the purchase 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 corner 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. Call upon or address, JOSEPH G. PATTON. Towanda, Pa. The Tlenry 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 ot the most fastidious epicure. A word to the wise is sufficient—so 88vs 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 has on 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 me and J have recommended to over fifty persons and I have never known them to fail. They are also the best nervous and dyspeptic pill I ever saw. SIDNEY BROADBENT. Master Mechanic, Dickens Manufacturing Company, Scranton, Pa. Call and see the new goods at the Five Cent Store. PLEASANT ADDITION TO PHARMACY.— Seidlltine Seidlitz Powders are put up in elegant wooden box es, instead of the usual white and blue papers, and are therefor portable, convenient, aud retain their freshness many months. They arc warranted made of pure materials of first quality, giving great purity, full weight and uniformity, and forming an att'ervescing aperient drink, as refreshing and pleas nt as a glass of lemonade. If you cull at BLUM'S boot and shoe store you will find that you can get more and bet ter goods for the moncv than at at any shoe house in Towanda. CALKINS* EMBROCATING EMUL SION.—J. F. Calkins has been traveling J N the interest of I)r. G. 1,. Stevens, ot the c!t v j s . Cleveland, Ohio, and in the past three years has ited all the cities and principle towns of our Sta te ' His business has brought him in acquaintance with many of the most eminent and talented Physicians in the State, and in his intercourse with them has gathered a number of valuable prescriptions from which he has compounded an article he calls Calk kins' Embrocating Emulsion, used as a lotion. Many of the citizens of Towanda and surrounding towns by its use are recommending it as a valuable treatment for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, local and chronic pains, hack, head or tooth ache, crick in neck or back, sprains, bruises, Bore throat, quinsy, burns; &c. Price 25 cents per bottle* Druggists supplied on liberal terms. A gentleman in town says, it'is the best thing for burns I ever had in my house. A lady in Wilksbarre was cured of quinsy in its first stages by it when her physician said it could not be stoppeed. A young man in Monroe had.a severe attack of Pleurisy the Embrocating mulsion stopped it at once. A lady in East Troy says it cured her of In flammatory Rheumatism with which she was afflic ted for more than a year, having kept her bed for weeks at a time. A lady in Monroe Township sprained her ankle so severely that she was obliged to keep her foot on a pillow, by th e use of the Embrocating Emulsion in three days H he was doing her house work, and was at once cured. An old citizen of Ithaca was afflicted with a pain in his side, lie could find nothing to relieve him. He wus induced to use the Embrocating Emulsion and writes: F. J. Calkins, dear "* Two applications of the Embrocating Emulsion stopped the pain. I was afflicted with Itchingpiles. It also stopped them. It is verv valuable. Signed, P. Case. One gentleman who was suffering with a severe back ache caused by lying In bed for a long time with sickness was effectually relieved by three ap plications of the Embrocating Emulsion. A lady in our Town who had used the article said Mr. Calkins ought to make a fortune out of the Embrocating Emulsion. A number ot Physicians are using it. The names of all the above cases can he given and many move cases added. Try it. OOAL Nathan Tidd, , DEALER IN PITTSTON, WILKES-BARRE, AND Loyal Socle Coal. Invitee the patronage of his old friends and the pub lie generally. J ehall keep a full assortment 01 all sizes, • AND SHALL SELL AT LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. Yard and office, foot of Pine street, just south cf Cour H olise Aug3o. N. TIDI). pLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING! Ed. Williams PRACTICAL Plumber and Gas-Fitter, informs the people of Towanda that he is prepared to do all work in his line on the hortest notice, and guarantee satisfaction. lie keeps a LARGE ASSORTMENT of stock, and will furnish pipe, all plumbing materials and gas fixtures at a smailadvance 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. Estimates furnished when desired E. WILLIAMS. Shop a north of Mercur Block May 6,1881. pOR Hair Cut and^Shave Go to the WARD HOUSE SHAVING PARLOR WILLIS FAIRCHILD Formerly STEDOE lis there. A S USUAL the fashionable clothier, is the first to open a FULL LINE OF FALL, V IVIJYTER CLOTHING to which lie invites the particular atteu tion of THE P U.BLI C. His assortment comprises the most fash ionable goods in tließXt READY-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. A full line of MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS Also a better assortment ol FURNISH ING GOODS than can be found elsewhere in Towanda.' Call, examine, and satisfy your selves. M. E. ROSENFIELD. March 9, 1881. TOTES. D. Y. STEDGE, Manufacturer of and dealer in Human Hair Hoods, Special attention given te COMBINGS—Roots all turned one way Switches from $1 upwards. Also agent for Hun er's INVISIBLE FACE POWDER, and Duplex and Griswold 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 & liildreth's store. MRS. D. V. STEDGB pARROTT & GRISSEL, JfMMSRCMMJtJVT TAILORS 9 6 Main Street. We have now on our racks and shelves one of the most ele gant lines of foreign and domes tic Cloths, Cassimeres, Worsteds, Overcoatings, that the market can prodilce, for the FALL & WINTER season. We invite an inspection of the same, feeing assured that we can please the taste of all as to style of make and quality of goods. Do not wait until the sea son is well advanced before leav ing your order. COME EAR LY ! sep. 14. jOR. A. E. BURR'S HOMOEOPATHIC MJVJYG STRUM 9 . 1 his remedy is something new, both as to name and composition. This is one of the wonders of the world. This Byrup, 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 harmless and safe. It contains no opium or other narcotic poison, like the most Syrup, and is not die agreeable to take. Any child will take it. And 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 Lunrs. 3d. It will cure Quinsy. 4th It will cure Whooping Cough. sth It will cure Bronchitis. 6th It will cure Hoarseness. 7th It will cure Sore Throat. Bth It will cure any Cold. 9th It will cure Congestion of tfce Lungs. 10th It will cure any Cough. 11th It will cure Scarlet Fever. 12th. It is the best remedv that anv one can take for Consumption, and if taken in the first stage I will guarantee a cure. 13th. It is perfectly safe for all a'gee u there is nothing in its composition that can harm a child. A. E. BURR For sale by CLARK B. PORTER. QAILY REVIEW Only Twenty-Five Cents A MONTH. QTEDGE'S TONIC FOR THE HAIR A sure cure for Dandruff and all other diseases 01 trie Scalp. Stops the hdir from falling out; invigorates the hair nerves; cleanses the hair perfectly and gives it a beautiful and healthy gloss ttia cannot be obtained without its use. / KaP-'Price 50 cents per Bottle. Manufactured and sold by D. V. STEDGE, To wand a, Pa.