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TO WANDA REVIEW. VOLUME 111, NO. 70. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. ROLL OF IIOXOR EXERCISES.—The teach ers of the Graded School purchased a banner last mouth to be used as a prize in the school. The arrangement is that the department showing the best percentage of attendance during the month shall have custody of the banner for one month and the scholar in the successful department having the best record for scholarship for the month is allowed to keep the banner for the period it belongs to the department. At the exercises on Friday last the banner was carried off by Miss KIN NEY'S school, and little ANNA JACOBS, stand ing at the head of the department in scholar ship has the proud satisfaction of being the special custodian for the current month. The following pupils were reported wor thy of mention for punctuality and scholar ship during the month ending Oct. 21: NOT ABSENT DURING THE MONTH. High School—Helen London. Grammar A —Millie Brown, Emma Baker, Bertha Warriner. Grammar B—John J. Albert, Grammar C—Rose Kelly, Luln Post, Fred Mclntyre. • Grammar D— Era Good ale, Charley Albert, Ned Albert. Hugh Mears, Belle Spaulding. Primary A—Lizzie Hollister, LilaNorconk, Bertha Stedge, Mannie Griswold, Carrie Yen Tuvl. Primary B—Frances Turner, Cora Meals, Jennie Goodale, Minnie Bennet, Neddie Mar tin, Kirk Betts. Primary C—Raymond Calkins, George Wood, Ilarry Green, Augustus Phillips, Rachel Bean, Edna Post. Mary Simmons, Lillie Wolf. Primary D—Tommy Simmons, Ilarry Goodale, Emma Buttles, Alice Blake, Geor giana Meals, Joe Meals, Napoleon Phillips. Ettie Grimes, Bessie Kililea, Hattie Nichols Nelly Wells, Joseph Marsden, Arthur Mcln tyre, Fred Moody. NOT ABSENT DURING THE YEAR. Bertha Warriner, John J. Albert, Fred Mclntyre, Hattie Coon, Lula Post, Eva Go *l - Belle Spaulding, Ned Albert, Bertha Stedge, Carrie Van Tuvl, Willie Mclntyre, Frances Turner, Minnie Bennett, Neddie Mertin, Harry Green, Rachel Bean, Edna Post, Tommy Simmons, Alice Blake, Emma Buttles, Joe Meals, Josh Marsden, Arthur Mclntyre, Ettie Griggs, Bessie Kililea. MERITORIOUS IN SCHOLARSHIP. High School—B Year—Benj. Kuykendall 04, Josie Kililea 90, Ethel Graves 89. High School—C Year—William Layton 90, Pauline Jacobs 89, Juluia Buttles 86, Mary Califfß6, Ida Layton 86. Grammar A, A division—Emma Baker 88, Belle Carnochan 87, Ralph Mercur 86, Belle Collins 85, Jessie Curran 85. Grammar A. B division—Thomas Curran 86, Bertha Warriner 85, Millie Brown 82, Jes sie Moody 79, Anna Kline 77. Grammar B, A division—Mertie Buttles9o, Julia DeLano 89, Lottie Aldrich 86, Rennie Decker 84, Mattie Melville 84. Grammar B, B division—Frankle Kuyken dall 93, Mary Huntly 93, Maud Brink 91. Kit tie Bryant 89, Emma Wood 89. Grammar C, A division—Maxie Simmons, 91, Jessie Stephens, 91, Annie Bishop, 91, Lu la Post, 8t Mary Wood, 88. Grammar C, B division—Rose Taylor, 91, Hattie Coon, 90, Rose Kelly 88. Hattie Little, 88, Jennie Maxwell, 87. Grammar D, A division—Emma Munier, Edith Humphrey, Lulu Porter, Nellie Kel lum, Eva Goodale, Emma Kline. B division —Meena Henley, Charley Albert, Jessie Yan derpool, Frank Eilenberger, Martha Thomp son, Primary A, A division—Fanny Long, Liz zie Hollistcr, Carrie YanTuyl, Richard Cole man, Lucy Layton. B div—Bertha Stedge, Hannah Powell, Mannie Griswold, Eva Kili lea, Eugene Humphrey. Primary B, A division —Frances Turner, 97, Willie Corbin, 95, Howard Spencer, 95, Harry Coon, 93, Neddie Martin, 92. B div. — TOWANDA, PA., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 18S1. Morgan Marsh, 91, Minnie Bennett, 90, Aus tin Wood, SO, Cora Meals, 87, Eddie Green, St>* Primary C, A division—Anna Jacobs, Wal ter Humphrey, Arthur Codding, Jo Kelly. Freddie Wilson. B div.—Lillie Wolf, ltaehel Bean, Lizzie Mercur, Ruah Moody, Henry Keen, Robert Wilber, Susie Cross, Freddie Corbin, Fannie Porter, Grantie Clark. Primary D, A division—Earle Hallowell, Carrie McCabe, Katie Wolf, Claude May, Stewart Black, Sam Esenwine, Teresa Myer, Ettie Griggs. Nellie Brown, Maggie Bowman. B div.—Alice Prince, Bonnie Braund, Frank Lane, Joe Meals, Addie Bruce. Personal. CHARLIE HILL has returned from Com mercial College at Poughkeepsie. A. M. AYRKS was re-appointed Postmas ter at Canton and confirmed before the Sen ate adjourned. Mrs. Senator SMITH of Plymouth, Wiscon sin, spent Sunday witli her brother, E. W. ELWKLL, Esq., in this place. She was on her way to Blooinshurg to attend her sister's wedding. The sale of the TAYLOR property was postponed until next Saturday at 2 p. m. There will be a regular meetiug of Linta flose Co. No. 8, this Tuesday evening at S o'cloek. A full attendance is desired. The Musical Society will meet at the house of Miss JULIA PHINNEY, Thursday, Nov. 3d, at eleven o'clock, a. m. Scale b flat. The M. E. Church Sociable will be held on Wednesday night at the house of G. S. SMITH, on River at., near the Freight depot. Do not forget the place. A pleasant time is anticipated. We hope every independent republican' who can possibly do so, will come out to hear the editor of the Press discuss the political questions of the day in the Court House on Thursday cveniug. Judge STALFORD'B eldest son, EDWARD D. died at the Judge's home in Browntown, yes terday morning, of consumption. The funer al will be observed in the Presbyterian church at Wyalusing to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'- clock. The commissioners appointed on petition of certain citizens of Wyalusing, met yester day and after due investigation recommend ed that the township be divided into two elec tion districts aud adopted the line heretofore surveyed. Don't fail to go to JOHN SULLIVAN'S on Bridge street, for the best five cent cigar. LOST.—A pair gold bowed spectacles with H. Mix engraved on the base. The finder will be liberly rewarded by returning the same to this otflcc. C. H. CRAWFORD is eanvassing 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 large sale. The price is only $2. Prof. E. C. LLDREDGE, of Elmira Female College, proposes to organize a class in Oil Painting in Towanda, if a sufficient number desire to take lessons to warrant his coming. Prof. ELDREDGE is a graduate of the Ameri can Academy of Designs, of New York city, has pursued his studies in Europe for two years, and now holds the position of instruct or in art in the Elmira Female College. This will be a rare chance to those desiring toxre ceive instruction from a teacher of high or der. For terms, or other particulars, address, or call upon E. E. QUINLAN. Susq. Col. Inst. HOUSE FOR SALE..—The valuable house and lot on Second street known as the "HI RAM TAYLOR PROPERTY" will be sold to the highest bidder oh Saturday, November sth al 2 o'clock, p. m., in front of the First National Bank. The lot has a frontage of 77 1-2 feet on Second street and extends back to Third St., about 300 feet divided by an alley running from Maple St., to Lombard. Good barn on the alley. TERMS—Ten per cent, at time of sale. Fifteen per cent, on delivery of deed. Balance in three equal annual payments, with interest on the whole at each payment. For further particulars enquire at the Bank. Oct. 12, 1881. N. N. BETTS, Cashier. Dr. W. E. Caswell, of Westfiald, Mass., has been in town for a few days and will remain the balance of the week. He is selling his celebrated Surinam Quassia Cups, which are highly recommended by physicians and the press in this and adjoining coun ties both in Pennsylvania and New York. The Doctor has been in the business over six years and manufactures his Cups from the Surinam (South America) Quaes! Root. He guarantees satisfaction or will redeem the goods if returned before he leaves town. Dr. Caswell can be found at the Hen ry House where lie lias his cups for sale at the small sum of 25 cents each. Miss Garrett desires to tiil a few vacancies in her school for children. Also instruction in drawing. Malione's man has been appointed post master of Lynchburg, Va. The cashier ot the Mechanics' National Bank, Newark, N. J., is a defaulter for nearly $2,500,000, and the institution has closed its doors. Arlo Pardee has issued an execution against the Alleutown Rolling Mill for $1,343,000. I.OST —Strayed or stolen from my premises in Towanda township, on the night of October 30th, a DARK RED COW, with black face; 8 or 9 years old; coining in soon; had a rope tied around her horns. A liberal reward will be paid for her return or for information that will lead to her discovery. Nov. 1. GEORGK VANDKRPOOL. Wanted Immediately a first-class Salesman in a Dry Goods house in Towanda, address with full name and reference, MERCHANT, P. O Box 686. All communications confidential. Wanted, a good girl to learn the millinery trade. Apply t Mrs. Kilbourn's store. WANTED —Dress-Making and Plain Sewing, by a thoroughly competent Dress Maker. TERMS, 50 Cents per day. Enquire at J. M. bill's, Cherry st. FOUND between the house of J. G. Benslev in Wysox, and Towanda. a Pocket Book con taining money. The owner can have it by calling at J. G. Bensiey's and proving proper ty and paying for this'notiee. JUDD BENSLEY, Wysox. HW. MILLER ■ keeps several PUBLIC HACKS and is ready to attend all calls in his line promptly. He runs to ALL TRAINS. Charges for night and early morning trains (Nos. I*2, 8 and 3,) no reduction for these trains, 25 reutu per paueugcr. Regu lar customers supplied with tickets at reduced rates. Charges for attending parties, one couple $1.60; two couples in one load, SI.OO per couple; for attending funerals from $'2.00 to $3.00. Hack by the hour sl, Horses and carriages to let. Orders left at his office below council rooms will receive careful attention. H. W. MILLER. Nov. 27,1850. 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.I). 1839. it is made the duly of the Sheriff of every county to give notice of such elec tion, and to make known in such notice what officers are to he elected, and to designate the places at which the elections are to be held. Therefore, I, PKTKR 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. D. 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 house of John S. 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. Secand Ward.—At the Engine House, on the South side of Bridge Street., in said Ward. Athens Twp. Ist District.—At the Exchange Hotel in Athens Borough. Athens Twp.—2d District—At the house of Town send Knowles. Athens Twp. 3d District—At the Sayre House. Burlington Boro.—At the house of W. 11. D Green. Burlington Twp,—At the house of W. 11. D. Green in Burlington Borough. Burlington West—At the M. E. Church. Barclay.—At the school house. Cantou Boro.—At the Central Hotel. Canton Twp.—At lhe Central Hotel in Canton Borough. PRICE ONE CENT. Columbia.—At the house lately occupied by .Tames Morgan. Franklin.—At the Town Ilall. Granville.—At the house of 15. F. Taylor. Herrick.—At the school house at Herriekvilie. Lellaysvillc. —At the house of F E. Case. Litchfield.—At the house of S. 15. Carmer. LeKoy.—At the Centre School House. Monroe lioro.—At the Summers House. Monroe Twp.—At the house lately occupied by .7. L. Rockwell, deceased. Orwell.—At the Town Hall. Overton.—At the School House, No. 2. l'ike.—At the Bruehville School House. Rome Twp.—At the Academy in Rome Borough. Rome Boro.—At the Academy. Ridgbury.—At the house occupied by Vincent Baldwin. Sheshequin.—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 George Suffcrn. 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 Wurd.—At the International Hetel. Towanda Bero. 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 11. 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 James Black's. Ulster. —At the Van Dyke House. Warren.—At the house of R. Cooper. Windham. —At Miles Bidleman's Store in Wind ham Centre. Wyalusing. —At the house of J. 11. Black. Wilmot.—At the house of A. J. Stone. Wysox.—At the house owned by W. 11. 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 tne 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 for tho County of Bradford. One person for Register of Wills, Recorder of Deeds and Clerk of Orphan's Court for the County of Bradford. One person for County Treasurer for the count v of Bradford. Three persons for County Commissioners for tlis 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 la the morning, and shall continue open without any interuption until seven o'clock in the evening when the poll* shall be closed. No person shall be qualified to serve 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, er of any city or county, or of any municipal board, commissioner of trust, ia any city, save only Justices of the Peace and Alder men, notaries public and persons of militin service of the State; nor shall any election officer he eligi ble to any office to be filled at an electioa 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, and it shall be the duty of the said inspsctors to receive and number the ballots pre sented at said election. All election* by the citizens shall he 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 ev ery voter voting two or more tickets, the several tickets so voted shall each h* numbered with the number corresponding with the number to the nam* 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 addit 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 labeled "State." One ticket shall embrace the names of all County officers voted for, including office of Senator and Members of Congress it 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 scat, before 2 o'clock past meridian of the day after the eleetion, and all other Judges shall, before twelve o'clock meridian of the second day after the elec tion, deliver the returns together with return sheet to Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas of the County, which said return shall be filed, and the day and hour of filing marked thereon, and shall be preserved by the Prothonotary for public inspec tion. 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. TETER J. DEAN, Sheriff.