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TO WAND A REVIEW. VOLUME 111, NO. 92. LOCALS. Personal. Capt. G. V. MYER and family are yisitnig in Wyalusing. Miss JULIA POWELL has been visiting in Waverly for a few days. 1 O. D. KINNEY and wife were visiting in Mansfield the forepart of the week. SAFFORD DELANO of Detroit spenlthanks giving day with his parents in this place. E. F. INGIIAM and RUSH THOMPSON of the Sullivan county bar, were in Towanda yesterday. A. 11. KINGSBURY and wife ate their din ner Thanksgiving day wiih Mrs. K.'s aged parents in Browntown. "\V. H. POOL and wife of Wilkesbarae were the guests of Mrs. JVs parents Thursday. They returned home yesterday. Mr. FRED L.VMOUEUX, the Binghamton dancing master, will organize a dancing class 11 this place next Friday evening. Mrs. MORY, an aged lady, and a good and faithful member of the M. E. church in Monroe, died on the morning of the 22d inst,. She leaves an aged and diseased husband, of some TO years of age. Mr. and Mrs. FRRD DIMMOCK, a young married couple, of Beaumont, la., Mi. HAR EY PUGII, of Pittston, and Miss ADAH HO MET, of Hornet's Ferry, are visiting as HEN RY STEVENS' on Second street. Mrs. JOHN SULLIVAN, of Towanda, was in attendance at the funeral of her sister-in law Mrs. RYAN.—GEO. \V. VINCENT and daughter, of Wysox, have been visiting at FRED. P. VINCENT'S this week.— JJushore Review. Ilev. Doctor TAYLOR of the church of the Messiah, will discuss the "New Command ment" to-morrow morning. In the evening Lis theme will ho "Human Responsibility." Mr. J, A. BKBKR, receiver of the Lycom ing Eire Insurance Company reports that it will he necessary to make another assessment of *2l or 22 per cent to meet the liabilities of the Company. PERRY MILLER, died at his mother's resi dence in Sugar Run Thursday afternoon and will be buried this afternoon in Terrytown. Deceased was about 44 years old and unmar ried. He wr.s well known and for several past bed been the obliging clerk at the Wya iusing Hotel. A report was 111 circulation yesterday to the efleet that one of GEO. FAIRCHILD'S Bar bers had the small pox. On the authority of Dr. NEWTON we contradict the false rumor. The man had the disease t w ice yeais ago. There are no eases of small pox in town. Captain Seargeut S. Day, of Glouchester, Mass., writes: •• I was suffering with rheu matism; 1 used a small portion of St. Jacobs Oil. and was at once cured. I have also used It for a sprained ankle and bruised foot, and never once found it to fail. It is superior to any other medicine I ever had in my house, and I will never he without a bottle of this great pain destroyer." The Captain is wise. ROI.L OF HOXOIL OF TOWANDA GRADED SCHOOL FOR MONTH KNIJING NOVEMBER EGHIKKNTII.— Neither absent nor tardy during the mouth High School—Ethel Graves, Josie Kililen, Benj. Kuykcudall. Su sie Brutzman, Marion Sill, Sue. Stevens, Martin Bennis. Geo. 11. Butlington, VN ill mm Lay ton, Hiram Wilson.—lo. Grammar ABertna Warriner, Ida Sav ercool, .ludson Bensley, Millie Brown, Belle Collins Harry Doll. Emma Baker, Libbie LaMent, George Henley, Mary Chubbuck, Carrie Onan, Paul Kuykendall, Jessie Cur ran, Carrie Prince, Frank Wardell. Grammar BJenny Lewis, Ulysses Ilaf er, Mary Coverdale, Angie Rutty, Ilarry Pat ten, Mary Ihmtley, Emma Wood, Chas. TOWANDA, PA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1881. Strickland. Belle Huntley, Jno. Albert, Har ry Shores, Frankie Kuykendall, Fred. Forbes, Geo Moore. Grammar C:—Mattie London, Rose Tay lor, Don. Stevens, Harry Myer. Charles Buck, Lulu Post, Nellie Peck, Frank Orcutt, Fred. Melntyre, Andy Ilafer, Jennie Sehoon over, Rose Kelly, John Orcutt. Eddie Fris bie, Arthur Allen, Hattie Coon, Frank Over ton, Charley Wood. Burtie Mcintosh, Jessie Stephens. Grammar D.—Annie Woollev, Charley Albert, Willie Holdren, Hugh Mears, Willie Taylor, George Hill, Emma Kline, Mina Henley, Fannie Long. A.—Willie Mclntyr, RosseelOver- Isaac Steinberg, Nellie Bryant, Eva Kil ilea. Bertha Stedge, Willie Hampson, Lissie Calkins. Lucy Layton, Carrie YanTuyl, Eu gene Humphrey. Lottie Clark,Emma Movers, Freddy Bratind, Eugene Ilafer Mamie Gris wold Leona Nutt, Daniel Bentley. Charles Lindlev, Lizzie Hollister, Sallie Overton, Charlie Griggs, ('has LaMoreux. Primary BNeddie Martin, Howard Spen cer, Minnie Bennett, Kirk Belts, Cora Meals, John Corser, Frances Turner, George Kelly, Austin Wood, Harry Keyser. Primary C:—Anna Jacobs, Lillie Wolf. John Kromer, George "Wood, Jo Kelley, Al len Albert, Eugene Means, Nathan Teel, Iluah Moody, Harry Green , William Miller. Mary Simmin?, Elliott Henley, .Jimtnie Tay lor. Primary C fc D—Emily Buck, Georgie Meals, Ida Ilafer, Emma Buttles, Bennie Norconk, Claude May, Tommie Simmons, Richard Ilampson. Primary I) Jennie Simmers, Bessie Bias del!, Bennie Bratind, Joe Meals. Nellie Brown, George Drew, Josh Marsden, Mary Kromer, Charley Lvou, Arthur Mclntyre, Lottie Drew, Frank Lane. Fred Moody, Mattie Height, Lillie Wood, Nelly Welles, Bessie Kelilea. Lillie Lewis, Taresia Myer, Ilattie Nichols, Glissie Rutty. SCHOLARSHIP. High School, A—Josie Kelilea, 9t> 1-2, Benj. Kuvkenda'l, 9fi. Ethel Graves, 90. B—Wil liam Layton, S)L Hiram Wilson. 91. Pauline Jacobs, 93, Ma K. Layton. 92, Geo. Buffing ton, 01. A Grammar—A Div.—Belle Collins, 90, Emma Baker, 90, Marvin Scott, 89, Dosia Nor conk, 89, Judd Bensley, 88. I> Div.—Frank Wardell, 91. Bertha Warrincr 90, Fannie Morgan, 89, Millie Brown, 88, Annie Kline, 80. B. Grammar, A Div.—lda Simmers, 93, Mertie Buttles, 01, Julia DeLano, 91, Mattie Melville, 90. Fred Forbes, 89, B Div.—Frank Kuykendall, 93. Maud Brink, 93, Mary Hunt ley, 92, Denuie Montanye, 92, Kittle Bryant, 92. C Grammar, A Div.—Jessie Stephens, 91, Maxie Simmins, 91, Anna Bishop, 91, Frank Overson, 90, Ilarry Myer, 90, B Div.—Nel lie Peek, 91, Rose Taylor, 91, Jennie Max well. 91. Ilattie Little, 90, Ilattie Coon, 90. I) Grammar, A Div.—l Edith Humphrey, 2 Mvrtle Emery, 3 Nellie Kclluin, 4 Emma Munier, 5 Emma Kline. B Div.—l Fannie Long, 2 Mina Henly, 3 Charlie Albert, 4 Charley Clark. 5 Norman Moody. A Primary, A Div.—Lucy Layton, 98, Liz zie Hollister. 90. Carrie Johnson. 95, Neddie Passmore, 94, Carrie VanTuvl. 93. B Div.— Eugene Humphrey, 90, Bertha Stedge 93,1. Stemhurg, 94, Christine Montanye, 93, Char lev Lindley, 92. I* Primary, A Div.—Frances Turner, 97, George Keliy, 90, Howard Spencer, 94, John Carnoehan, 93. Clara Tracy, 92. B I)iv.—ll. June, 95, Morgan Marsh, 94, John Corser, 93, Harry Keyser, 92, Minnie Bennett, 91. C Primary, A Div.—l Lemuel Kingsbury, 2 Anna Jacobs, 3 Arthur Codding, 4 Walter Humphrey, 5 Eugene Means. B. Div. —1 Liz zie Mercur, 2 Lillie Wolf, 3 liichel Bean, 4 II Keen, 5 John Kromer. C and D Primary, A Div.—l Fannie Porter, 2 Robbie Wilber, 3 Susie Cross, 4 Georgie Meals, 5 Bonnie Noreonk. B Div.—l Stewart Black, 2 Carrie McCabc,3 Earle Hallowell, 4 Jenny Frost. 5 Effie Scott. I) Primary, A Div.—l Nellie Brown, 2Ter- esia Myer, 3 Sammy Essenwine, 4 Charley Lyon, 5 Mazie Bowman. B Diy.—l Bessie Kililea, 2 Bennie Braund, 3 Joe Meals, 4 Fred Moody, 5 Emma Savercool. DISTINGUISHED IN CONDUCT. High School: —Belle Calkins. Ethel Graves, Josie Kililea, Addie Orcutt, Dora Passage, Benj. Kuykendall, Laura Blake, Susie Brutz tuan, Julian Buttles William Layton, Hiram Wilson. Grammar A : —lda Savercool. Grammar B —Maud Brink, Chas Strickland, Fred Forbes. Grammar C: —Louise Young, Anna Bish op, Rose Taylor Nellie Peek, Rose Ivellv, Lulu Wardell, Maxie Simmins, Fred Ayres, Charley Wood, Delmar Lane, Clark Bock wc 11. Grammar DBessie Adams, Lilian Cowles John Marsden, lliehurd Coleman, Mell Esen wino, Myrtle Emery, Jesse Vanderpool, Wil lie Holderen, Charlie Clark, Annie Morley, Fannie Long, Edith Humphrey, Mina Hen ley, Mattie Britton, Minnie Moffit, Mattie Stulen. Primary A:—Lucy Layton, Emma Moyer, Hannah Powell, Sarah Marks, Lila Norconk, Frankie Emory, Eva Simmers, ltosseel Over ton, Daniel Bentley, Freddy Braund. Primary B: -Emma Goodman. Gracie Piatt, Clara Tracy, Frances Turner, Josie Mullock, Louise Duruz, Henry Bennett, John Corser, Henry June, Leroy Lyon, Willie Myer. Primary 0: —Anna Jacobs, Jo Kelley, Wil liam Miller, Edna Post, Eugene Means, Wal ter Humphrey, Freddie Wilson. Mary Sim mins, Walter Lyon, Mertie Eastahrook. Primary C D:—Nettie Tuttle, Katheriue Elweil, Katie Wolf, Effie Scott, Clara Emory Fannie Porter, Susie Cross, Delbert Piatt, Bennie Norconk. George Essenwine, Tommy Simmons. Primary D: —Gussie Butty, Alice Prince, Teresa Meyer, Emma Savercool, Harry Pratt, Lottte Drew, Nelly Brown. NOT ABSENT DURING THE YEAR. Bessie Kiliiea, Ettie Griggs, Arthur Meln tore. Josh Mursden, Emnui Buttles, Tomraie tSimtn ms, Ilarrv Green, Frances Turner, Minnie Bennett, Neddie Martin, Carrie Van Tuyle, Bertha Stodge, Willie Melntyre, Belle Snalding, Ilattie Coon, Lula Post, Fred Meln tyre, John Albert, Bertha Warriner. The percentage of attendance in the High School department was 1)7, which, being the best in the building, gives it the prize banner for this month, and Josie Kiliiea being the tirst in scholarship in this school is the espe cial custodian of the banner. The roll exercises of the present school month take place Friday afternoon, Decem ber 23d, at half past one o'clock, to which the directors and parents are particularly and ur gently invited. As the rolls of honor contain a summary of the month's work it is of mo ment that the parents should attend on these occasions, and encourage their children by their presence to make determined efforts in study, attendance, punctuality and conduct, so that their names may be found on the monthly rolls. A good girl wanted a place to do general house work Enuquir at this office. Wanted, a place to do general house work, by an experienced girl. Apply at E. G. Kromer's. FOR SALE—Two covered buggies, single har ness, saddle and bridle, cutter, and a lot of farming utensils. Apply to JOHN W. MIX. Office, Mer cur Block, Towanda, Pa- The "Senate" Saloon is not only supplied with the best oysters in the market, bnt on the lunch counter may always be found everything the ap petite craves. Under Chamberlin's jewelry store. Miss EMMA WAKING respectfully informs the ladies that she has taken rooms at Mr. Win. Keys ets house, on Pine street near Graded school where she will be pleased to see all in need of her services. Cutting, fitting and dress making done on resonable terms, and all work warranto to suit FIVE CHILDREN AT ONE TIME ! — A Lady tn LLeio England had five children sick with Chills at one time, ller pastor recommended Thermaline. She bought a family box and cured the whole lot. Ch dren won't take quinine; its bitter taste turns their stomachs. Thermaline is put up in sugar-coated cap sulcts, like small flat beans. Only costs 25 cents a box. It has never been known to fail, and is now prescribed by physicians instead of quinine. PRICE ONE CENT. MARRIED. VANNESS—COLE—At the M.E. Parsonage Mon roe-ton, Pa., by Rev. J. Lloyd Jones, Mr. Frank E. VauNese, of Standing btone, Pa., and Miss Clara I. Cole, of Macedonia, Pa. BUSINESS LOCAL. Largest assortment of Vases and mottoed Cups Cups and Saucers, in town at the 5 CENT Store. Immense shipments of TOYS for the Holiday trade, are being received daily at the 5 CENT Store. BRADFORD COUNTY ROAD LAWL.—Just Published, a revised edition of Carnoclian's Road Laws and Laws Relating to Township Oflicers in Bradford County," by Samuel \V. Buok. For sale at Treasurer's Office or at either Whit comb's ar Cross's bookstore, Townnda, Pa. CI 11. BEAN, Plain and Ornamental Painter, AND PAPER HANGER. All work in his line promptly executed on shor notice, hrom long experience both in city and country, he prides himself on being able to suit the most fastidious. ALVORD & SON, JOB PRINTERS, DAILY REVIEW OFFICE, Main street, Towanda.Pa ToWANDA.Sept. 23, 188*1 Josh Billings! MERCUR HALL, j Wednesday Evening DECEMBER 21st, 1881. Tickets now on sale at KirbyVDrug Store, Whitcomb's book store and at Fitch's confectionery store. ADMISSION . 50 cents. No extra charge for Reserved Seats. C<OMETHING NEW. a. MM. WO OP) EC CO., are up to the times in making new styles of Pictures. The latest is a small Card Photograph, called MINETTS which are very pretty and take well, Price only $1 per dozen. Their Tintypes are also made 4 at a time, made very quickly and sell 4 for 50 cents, card size. KF* Remember the place, Patton's Block, corner Bridge and Main Streets. CO.ML, CHEAP! * Until further notice the Coal Dealers in Towanda will sell Pittston Coal in yard at $4.00 per on. LOYAL SOCK COAL AT YARD. Loyal Sock in yard at $3.50 1 per ton.