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Towanda, Pa., Tuesday, Nov. 8,1881. EDITORS S. W. ALVORD. NOBLE N. ALVORD "Daily Mleeirtc" only 25 cent per month. Try it, Fresh candies manufactured every day at FITCH'S. Though the streams are low, the enterpri sing milkmen SMITH Brothers appear to be flourishing. They have just provided them selves with an elegant new wagon. A sociable will be held by the ladies of the "Church of the Messiah" on this Tuesday evening at the residence of GEO. KIRBY on Chestnut street. All are cordially invited to be present. The ballot at the election to-day must be cut in two parts, headed respectively "STATE," and " COUNTY." Under the head of "State" the state treasurer alone will be voted for; and under the head of "Coun ty" the county officers will be voted for. See to it that your ticket is cut in two parts fol ded separately with the heading turned out. and then tied together. Prof. DANNBI.LE is to open classes in Col. MEANS' Hall, on the 17th of Nov. This will be good news to our young folks and to many parents who wish to have their children learn to dance. There has been but one opinion expressed about Prof. D.'s teaching, and that is that he is the best and rapidest teacher that has ever visited Towanda. His pupils of last season are the best dancers at all parties and balls. State Superintendent HIGHER has issued a circular calling a convention of all the Super intendents of public schools of the western counties of the State to meet in Pittsburg the 10th day of January next, to continue in sess ion three days. A convention of the remain ing counties is called to meet in Reading on on the 17th of January. It is the design of the State Superintendent togather such infor mation from papers read before those con ventions as to secure the proper codification of the school laws of the State. The Towanda (Pa.) REVIEW has a some what pleasing way of announcing a case of matrimonial desertion. It says: "Patenitto, the Italian barber, who has been doing busi ness in Pat ton block for several years past, left town yesterday without the usuat for. nudities of bidding his family good-by." Pat Entitto, who is probably an Italian of Irish descent should certainly have been polite enough at least to say good by.— N. Y. Com. Adv. That's jnst what, the REVIEW thought. Mr. ONTKN SPALDING, one of our most worthy citizens, has contributed hi* collec tion of Indian relics lo the National Museum at Washington, I). 0.. and they were sent forward this week by Mr. JOHN* R. WIGGINS agent for the Museum, who is npw engaged in gathering relics, etc. in the Susquehanna and Chemung valleys. The collection con sists of pestles, celts, grinding tools, etc., to gether with the celebrated Executioner's Stone or Bloody Hock, which was captured by ('apt. SIMON SPALDING, Aug. 12, 1775, at the burning of Queen Esther's castle by the Hartley exhibition. Queen Ether's Hats, where the battle took place, is located on the west side of the Susquehanna river, near its junction with the Chemung. It is said that only a few davs before the capture and burn ing of her castle, the Queen executed twelve American soldiers, by placing their heads on a stone and crushing them with the Bloody Rock. The rock is boulder shaped, of copper blossom, about eight inches on the face, and weighs some forty pounds. Particles of bones and teeth from the heads of her victims, were also foun 1 with the rock, and have been preserved as momeutos of her cruelty, mid were also forwarded to the Museum. These relics, about one barrel full, have been in the Spalding family since the day o' their capture, and arc pronounced as very valuahl® relics. This section is replete in Indian rel ic* ami fossils, and those in possession of rare specimens should deliver them to the agont of the National Museum, and to have them placed on exhibition and for preservation, as tbev are connecting links m the study of pre historic man in this beautiful valley,—B'rt verly Jiecord. BRADFORD COUNTY TEACHERS' ASSOCI TION. —The next meeting of the Bradford County Teachers' Association will be held at Monroeton, November 11th and 12th, com mencing at 10 o'clock a. m. The following program of exercises will be presented: Address—Rev. C. T. Hallowell. School Etiquette—A. I). Albert. School Examinations etc.—\V. 11. Benedict Composition Writing, etc. —C. W..Sheldon The Globe in the School-room — E. A. Thompson. Participles and Infinitives—A. F. Bronson. Square and Cube Root —J. C. Ingham. Oral Geography—Miss F. DeLauo. Class Drill—Miss L Magill. QUESTIONS FOR GENERAL DISCUSSION. 1-. What can be done to induce .Directors and Patrons to give more help to teachers? 2. What suggestions have teachers to offer in regard to the County Institute? 3. What can be done to make the work of. our Common schools more practical than it at present seems to be? 4. Is the practice of giving reward cards and other prizes as incentives to pupils a wise and commendable one? 5. Is any change from the present mode of examining and licensing teachers advisable! ■ The exercises will be interspersed with music, and by declamation or recitations by Frank Lyon, Julia S. Hawcs, May Alden Ilattie Vangorder, Mary Bowman, Lottie Payne, and Ilallie Dodge. The committee on'entertainment, arrange ments, etc., are Dr. O. IT. Rockwell, L. L Lyon, M. A. Cranmor, John Rockwell, Mrs. Daniel Iluully, Mrs. Dr. Hull, Miss Mary Sattcrlee and Miss Stella Vangorder. This being the annual meeting the Associa tion will elect officers for the coming year. It is hoped that there will be a large turn out of teachers and friends. E. T. BURGAN, President. It. C. GREEN, Secretary. Don't fail to go to JOHN SULLIVAN'S on Bridge street, for the best live cent cigar. Miss Garrett desires to tiil a few vacancies in her school for children. Also instruction in drawing. FOR SALE CIIKAP —A good self-feed Heating Stove. Enquire at John Sullivan's store, Bridge s. * BUY THE BEST KNIFE MADE—Forged n stead of being stamped out —for sale at C I'. WELLSE' Crockery store. Christies' celebrated Count Oysters, the best in the market, for sale at the "Senate." Served in all styles and retailed. Oet. 3, 1881, If yen call at BLUM'S boot and shoe toro you will find that you can get more and bet ter goods for the moncv than at at anv shoe house in Towanda. •FOR SALE CHEAP.—A "Good Morning Range, a foot turning lathe, and a foot jig saw, also three heating stoves. N. I'. IIICKS. Frazcr Axle Grease.—One trial will convince you that it is the best. Ask your dealer fur the Frazer Axle Grease, and take no other. Every box has our trade mark on. IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS.— SpeciaI in ducements arc ottered you by the BURLING TON ROUTE. It will pay you to read their advertisem Tit to be found elsewhere in thi paper. 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 partieu ars enquire at this office. Ihe Five Cent Store is now receiving an itnraens stock of fall and winter goods and the enterprising proprietors invito the public to call and examine. 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 $4,44(5,000. For full particulars call on or address JNO. R. KITTREDGE, Reporter, or any member of the j order. The Sugar Creek Mills are now turning out the host ot flour, meal tind feed. Our " new process'* buckwheat flour is hard to heat. All orders left at mill or sent through post office will receive prompt at n >n , tio ., n v lU e, W - N - FOSTER. Oct. 21, 1881. • BUSINESS LOCALS. Car loads of new goods now being received at the Five Cent Store. • I have bought and used the New Era Washer five days in the Week for the past five weeks and am satisfied it will do all that is claimed for it. It is the Lady's Friend. The more I use it the better 1 like it. Mrs. E. ONAN. LAWRENCE ITALLOKAN, the old reliable and skil ful SHOE MAKER is again "on deck," and wishes to inform his customers and the public that here after, in "rain or shine," he will he found at ids post ready to do all work in his line in the best manner and on short notice, Shop in rear of the REVIEW olflce. " v TIIK NEW ERA WAsrffcit!—Give it a trial. It does the washing clean, in one fourth the time. 26'2-4w. L. S. BLASDELL, Agent. FLOWER POTS—Job lot, Pots worth l*2c for 9c, or $1 adoz. Pots, worth 15 cents for 12 cents. Pots worth 18 cents for 13 ets. Pots worth 2"> cts. for 15 cts. Also Common and Fancy Flower and Calla Pots, at C. I'. WELLES'Crockery Store. On and after Mouday 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 llest man ner and on short notice. THE VERY LATEST—StvIcs in men's, chil dren's and hoys' suits, overcoats and fur nishing goods can be found at Jacob's Cloth ing House as he has just opened an immense stock of Fall and Winter goods. FOR BALE:— One llorse, yne Cow, O, A. BLACK, Agt., Towanda. Cups and Saucers with Portraits ofMr. and Mrs GARFIELD at C. P. Welles' Crockcrv Store. HOUSE AN<l 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. WANTED —Furnished room and board for small family, for the winter. Inquire at this oltice. The march of imorovement has brought us to the time when old fogy machinery has to take a hack seat. This is verified by the success of the "New Davis" Sewing Machine, with its "Vertical Feed.', Wherecver it has been introduced hosts of admi ring friends sound its praise. 6dy5.39 FOR SALE:— One Cook stove. One Heating stove, suitable for oal or wood, O. A. BLACK, Weston st. WINDOW POLES—Cornices and Rings, atC. I'. WELLES' Crockery store. Seller's Liver Pills," have been the standard rem edy for malaria, Liver complaints, costiveness, etc. for fifly years- Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial diseases, scrofula, and general debility cured by I >r. Lindsey's Blood Searcher." Having rooms in my father's house on Main st (where Andrew Noble used to live). 1 would res pectfully inform the ladies of Towanda and vicin. icy, that I am prepared to do all kinds of work in the Dress-making line to the entire satisfaction of .•111 who may favor me with their patronage. CUT TING AND FITTING a specialty. Sept. 26, 1881. ALICE SHAW. CHARLES A KENS lias taken the Barber Shop late ly occupied by PATTINANTO, in Patton Block, and solicits a share of public patronage. lie is an ex perienced barber and understands all branches of tlie business. LOST, on W edncsdny October 19th, in Towanda borough a brown beaver overcoat, with velvet col lar. Pair of dog skin and cloth gloves in pocket Pindar will be liberally rewarded on leaving at this ofliee. Silyer Plated Napkin Rings for TEN Cents at C. I'. Welles' Crockery and 99c Store. NESTOU, of the Senate,, lias the " run " on cigars now. He is having manufactured expressly for his own trade tlie "Senate" brand, of cigar, which is very popular with lovers of the "weed." Good judges pro nounce it equal in flayor to the best Hava na. I had been a great sufferer from Neuralgia for years and bad consulted a great many dif ferent physicians,but got no cure until I*took Dr. Burr's Neuralgia and Sick Headache Bills; they cured me and I have recommended to over flfty persons and 1 have never known them to fail. They are also the best nervous and dyspeptic pill I ever saw. SIDNEY BROADBKNT. Master Mechanic, Dickens Manufacturing Compauy, Scranton, l'a. Call and sec the new goods at the Five Cent Store. PLEASANT ADDITION TO PHARMACY.—Seidlitinc Seidlitz Powders are put up in elegant wooden box es, instead of the usual white and blue papers, and are tllcrefor portable, convenient, and retain their freshness many months. They are warranted made of pure materials of llrst quality, giving great purity, full weight and uniformity, and forming an affcrvescing aperient drink, as refreshing and pleas nt as a glass of lemonade. • .• # HOP E . fok DEAF. 1 >!'• Peck's Artificial Ear Drums PERFECTLY RESTORE THE HEARING AND PERFORM THE WORK OF the Natural Drum. Always in position, but invisible others. All conversation and even whisnein heard distinctly. \\ e refer to those using them. Send for descriptive circular with testimonials Oct. 18, 1881 Address H. P. K. PECK & CO., 853 BROADWAY, N< T. "What everybody wants is the best organ for the least amount of money: Therefore every body wants the Burdett; and when you've said that, you've told the whole story." So say the brightest and busiest organ dealers throughout the land, who are furn ishing this matchless instrument to a musica public, which is rapidly learning to distinguish its marvellously pure and* beautiftf? voiee from that which is not music. For sale by J. A. Manville, No. 3 Bridge St., Towanda. "My Wayward Pardncr," r 2at Whiteom Book Store. We are still selling Pure Milk at FIVE CENTS Per Quart. M. ELSBREE. FOR RENT. Two dwelling houses in the First Ward for rent. O. D. KINNEY. Rooms suitable for small family, to let, in centre of town. Enquire at this oflice. WANTS. Under this head we toill insert FREE, notices of situations or help wanted. Good Bench men, and machine men wanted to work in furniture factory. Also two wood turners- FROSTS SONS, Towanda, Pa. A good girl wanted to do general work in sinai family. Apply at this oillce. \\ anted Immediately a first-class Salesman in a Dry Goods house iu Towanda, address with full name and reference, MERCHANT, P. O Box 686. All communications confidential. A\ anted, a good girl to learn the millinery trade . Apply nt Mrs. Kilbourn'sstore. Wanted—A young man acquainted with the business, at FIVE CENT STORE. WANTED—Good well diggers. Best wages. FROST SONS. nr,nt:: The celebrated Stallion has returned to his sta - hies in this place where lie may he found. TEII.MS —Same as heretofore. Oct. 21, 1881. D. C. DEWITT. | ySSOLUTP )N.—The copartnership heretofore existing under the firm name of G. A. DAI ION & C'O. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts will be settled by G. A. DAYTON, GEO. A. DATTON, 1 o wan da, Pa., Oct.. 8, 'Bf. B. KUYKENDALL. The undersigned will continue the milling and grain business as formerly conducted by the late firm. Thanking you for past favors, I would respect lully ask your continued patronege. GEO. A. DAYTON. NEW Coal Yard The State Line and Sul livan R ail J load (Joniftany Will opene their New Coal Yard at the old Overton basin, for the Sale of all kinds of Coal on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th. Up town offlee will be at the Coal Yard. Down town oftice, at the Central Ex press ollice. Prices will be as follows : LOYAL SOCK COAL AT YARD. Grate, $8 .1© per ton. :t .>© " fjargc Stove, 8 .1© " Stove, 8 7.1 " >Vat, 8 7.1 " Small >Vut, 2 2.1 6i BEST QUALITY PITTSTON COAL PER TON. $4 3.T Stove, 4 9. JVut, 4 35 Fifty Cents per ton additional for cart age. I. O. tSJLIGHT. Superintendent. October 6, 1881.