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Towanda, Pa., Saturday, Nov. 26, 1881. EDITORS . 8. W. ALVORD. NOBLE N.ALVOKD "EPaily ICevietr" on 585 r.en prr- M# onth. Try it! Don't fail to go to JOHN SULLIVAN'S on Bridge street, for the best five cent cigar. Sheriff DKGAN, of Sullivan, advertises twelve tracts of land in that county, on an execution of the First National Bank of this olacc, against B. R. JACKSON, surviving partner of JACKSON Brothers. Some lady of this place should take the agency for that popular and useful book, "practical Ilouse-keeping," issued by Buck eye Publishing Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Ev ery housekeeper needs a copy. Address the publishers for terms. Commissions large. In accordance with an act of the Legisla ture passed in May last, all of the anthracite coal-mining companies have provided ambu lances and stretchers at their colleries to con vey injured miners to their homes. The case of INGHAM VS. LAYTON was con cluded on Thursday afternoan by the Judge dtrecting the jury to find for the defendant on account of some informality in the man. nor of bringing the action. The case, unless compromised wiil probably go to the supreme court. The next Social under the auspices of the ladies of the Episcopal Church, will be held Monday evening at the residence of E. W. ELWELL, on Water street. An egg tree will be provided for the amusement ef those who attend, (io and try your luck. Prof. DANNKLLK will proceed with his classes in the Means Hall. Lessons every Thursday at 4 1-2 and 7 1-2 o'clock, for begin ners, and from 8 1-2 till 11, an assembly for all. Those not pupils,soc per couple f o the assemblies. lam prepared to give the same unprecedented satisfaction in my teaching that 1 did last year. Towanda abounds in evidences of my superior skill as a teacher. While janitor SHELL* was engaged in ar ranging the Presbyterian Church for service Thursday morning, one of the ladies who were decorating the pulpit discovered smoke emerging from one of the registers. The janitors attention was called to it, and on go ing to the basement, he discovered that a wooden partition near the heater was on fire. It was extinguished by Mr SIUCLI* without giving an alarm, It was fortunate the tire was discovered and the threatened danger averted before the congregation had assem b'ed, otherwise a panic might, have resulted. For second sale day, Friday December 9, Sheriff DEAN has advertised the following pieces of real estate: Two acres in Monroe j borough, sold at suit of Mrs. Abagail De- Long, administratrix, vs. John Dougherty. Fifteen acres in Monroe township. .Mrs. Ab agail DeLong, administrator, vs. John Dougherty. Ninety acres in Asylum, Belinda Beidlc man's us ', and others vs. Pane 1 Sullivan. Fifty acres in Monroe twp., J.B.Kirby vs. ! I). W. Harvey. Lot in Canton borough. A. Reals* ust L. D. Grantccr. &|! Fifty-two acres in Orwell. W. W. WootG burn, vs. S. G. Rockwell. Seventy-eight acres in Asylum, A. T. M'- Clinton, trustee, vs. Maudes Ilottenstine and others. WHAT REGISTERED LETTERS ARK,— An exchange says "That question is very often asked: \\ hat is the differenee between a reg istered letter and any other? The differenee is that a registered letter does not go in the mail proper. It passes from hand to hand outside the mail pouches, every person through whose hands it passes being requir ed to sign a receipt for it on passing it ovi r to the next transit. The person holding the last receipt is thus always able to show who is accountable for its loss. The responsibility rests on the man who has signed a receipt for the registered package, ami who is not abie to produce the package or a receipt from somebody else for it. '1 he safest way to send money is by mo ney order. \\ here it does not go to money order ofhee, it should alvvavs he sent in a reg istered letter. Money ought not to be sent Ju an ordinary letter under any circumstan-' ces. There is no possible way of tracking Micll a letter." Mr. OTTARSON, the upholsterer, is putting some very nice goods in just now for the Holidays. Go and see what a Bargain you can get with him. Holiday Goods selected with great care at Whitcomb's Rook Store. Christmas Cards, New Year Cards, Birth day, Wedding and Condolence Cards, at WIIITCOM U'S, Books by eminent authors and Poets, in the finest bindings suitable for holiday pres ents, at WHITCOMB'S. A large assortment of neat Stationery, just received Jewel Boxes, Work Boxes, Toilet and Nail sets in plush and leather Goods at Whitcomb's Book Store. No trouble to show goods. Although JAMKS MCCABE has taken up his residence in Pittston he still maintains the position he has so long occupied in our busi ness community and his store corner of Main and Bridge street continues to be headquar ters for everything in the Family Grocery line, and if you are in need of anything this morning to complete your Thanksgiving din ner, you will consult your pecuniary interest and be sure of getting the freshest, purest goods by ordering from him. Those who have used it say the mincemeat he sells is bet ter and cheaper than the home-prepared arti cle. Try some of it for your thanksgiving dinner. Fresh candies manufactured every day at FITCH'S. LOST, between the express ofllce and Bine street, a string of Rosary Beads, with links of silver. Finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving at this office. C. L. S. C. —The next meeting of the Chau tauqua Literary and Scientific Circle will be at the residence of Mr. L. B. Coßi'itN on 2d street. Friday evening Nov. 25, at 7 o'clock. sharp, The work of the evening will lie a review of " Short Lessons on Art," from page 252 to 291, inclusive. Essays will he read on subjects connected with the study of art, by various members of this Circle. Ilave yon been into see GRADY'S new as sortinent of goods at his store on Bine street? lie lias an elegant selection of cloths and suit uigs, from which lie can manufacture you any garment or a whole suit on short notice. He does bis own cutting and personally su perintends the work on every article made in bis establishment. That he always succeeds in securing perfect tits, and that his price es "way down," everybody knows. FRESII OYSTERS received daily at the TI1IRI) WARD GROCERY STORE. Retailed at 30 cents per quart. Churches and parties supplied on reas onable terms. D. F. CLARK. Hon. H. L. SCOTT, trustee, will sell tin-bal ance of the Mason real estate at auction on Thursday December 1 at 1 o'clock p. m. Par ticulars hereafter. Speaking of Oysters, we have it word to say in regard to the manner in which S. B. TIPD serves them. lie keeps the largest ones, and gets them up hi the very best stvle. He lias fitted up elegant rooms for his custo mers. IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS. — Special in ducements are offered you by the BURLING TON ROUTE. II yvill pay you to read their advertisement to be found elsewhore 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 purlieu urs enquire at this office. The Five Cent Store is now receiving an iimnons stock of fall and winter goods and the enterprising proprietors invite the public to call and examine. Tickets for JOSH BILLINGS' lecture are be ing taken rapidly If you have not yet se cured a supply, eall at WHITCOMB'S or the post office and subscribe for the numbei you want. FOR SALE CHEAP.—A "Good Morning Range, a foot turning lathe, and a loot jig saw, also three heating stores. N. B. HICKS. I* razor Axle Grease.—One trial will convince you that it is the best. Ask your dealer for the Frazer Axle Grease, ami take no other. Every hex has our trade mark on. 1 he Mi gar (reek Mills are now turning out the best of fiour, meal nnd feed. Our " new process" buckwheat flour is hard to beat. All orders left ai mill or sent through post oflice will receive prompt attention. W. N. FOSTER. Oct. 27, 1331. LADIES BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.— The Ladies Benevolent Association will meet 011 Wednesday afternoon, November 30th, at the usual place. The commencement of our winter's work has been delayed this year by an empty trea sury and lack of material for clothing. So it lias been necessary to defer our meeting un til after the Thanksgiving collections, in order to ascertain whether the people of Towanda wish to continue this work of charity or not. During the ten years of its existence this .society has been generously sustained and has done an amount of good that we cannot mea sure; but last spring our appeal for funds was only responded to by one donation than did not come from working members of the Association; and it is feared that a misappre hension exists 111 regard to the need of this organization since the opening of tlie County House. Indeed it has been frequently re marked : "We will not need the Benevolent Society when we have the Poor House." But our object and work have '• ' 11 to sup port paupers, ou\y to render temporary as sistance to those who are able and willing to support themselves —but who by sickness or other misfortune are placed in circumstances where a little timelv aid from those more for tunate will alleviate their suffering, and give courage to some in a dark hour. The greatest care is always used in giving aid and rarely have our visitors been impos ed upon, and with such delicacy and tact have our ladies worked, that sometimes eve the recipients have never known from what source the much needed help came. Surdv the people of Towanda will never allow this good work to die for the lack of funds! "lie that hath pity upon tlie poor lendeth unto the Lord; and that which he hath given will he pay him again." We can al; no bet ter security; let us make the investment. Isv order of I'kksiihcnt of Association. Jil Nl\ IISS LOCALS. BUY TIIE TSKST KNIFE uTADE—Forgrd in ► lead of heing stamped out—for tale at <J J', W KLLSE" Crockery store. If y< u call ;tt Blum's boot and shoe store you will find that you can get more and bet ter goods for the tnoncv than at at any shoe house in Towanda. I<LO\V Hit POTS—Job lot, Pots worth l'Jc for fe, 01 $1 u tloz. Pots, worth 15 cents for I:!,cents. Pols worth IS cents for Li els. Pots worth .1 *> cts , lor 15 cts. Also Coinuion and Fancy Flower and Callu Pots, at C. P. \V Mb I. liti' Crockery Store. LAWRENCE ILU.LOUAN, the oI.L reliable mid skil ful SHOE M AKKR is again "011 deck," and wishes to inform his customers and the public that here after, in "rain or shine," he will be found at ids post ready to do all work in his line in the best manner and on abort notice, Shop in rear of the REVIEW office. TIIK NKW KIIA WASHER!—Give it a trial. It tloca the washing clean, in one fourth the time. 2(52-l\\. L. S. TLASDKLL, Agent. Car loads of new goods now being received at the Five Cent Store. Cups and Saucers with Portraits of.Mr. and Mrs OAiiFl ELI) at C. 1". Welles' Crockery Store. li 'USE ANll 1,1 T9 FOB BAI.E AND iIENT.-l lI.IVC a lit.'i'ber of dwelling houses for rent or lor sale on i y t urns. Also, eligible and desirable build ing us wiiieli will be sold on long credit to pet s' n desiring to imild. Oct. 17. 18S1. L. ELSIJREE. Tlie mareh of imurovement lias brought us to tlie time when old fogy machinery has to take a back seat. This is verified by'lie success of the " Now Davis" Sewing Machine," with its "Vertical Feed.', Wlicreever it has been introduced hosts of admi ring friends sound its praise. 6dy5.39 FOR SALE:— < >nc (took stove. One Heating stove, suitable for oal or wood, O. A. BLACK, Weston st Seller's Liver Fills," have been the standard rem edy for malaria, Liver complaints, costivctiess, etc for lifly yeai s- 'I umors, erysipelas, mercurial diseases, scrofula, and general debility cured by Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher." CIIAUI.ES A KENS lias taken the Barber Shop late ly occupied by PATTINANTO, in Patton Block, and solicits a share ol'public patronage. He is an ex perienced barber and understands at branches of the business. Mr. James Hees, late with Felch & Co., takes this method of notifying his friends that he has taken a position with Evans & Hildreth, where lie will be happy to see them all and oiler them great induce ments in the line of dry goods. Silyer Plated Napkin Rings for TEN Cents at C. I'. Welles' Crockery and 90c Store. THE VERY LATEST—StvIes in men's, chil dren's and boys' suits, overcoats and fur nishing goods can be found at Jacob's Cloth ing House as lie has just opened an immense stock of Fall and Winter goods. II OI * fb] fok TE J) \ ~\f 2>i\ IPeclc's Artificial Ear Drums PERKKCTI.Y RESTORE TIIE HEARING AND PERFORM THE WORK OF ' i a o','7. n "Vv ways in position, but invisible others. All conversation and even whisnol • 0 """' n: Mf. M asslr Miss N. A. Powell, an experienced dress maker would inform the ladies of Towanda that she now reside B at Mr. 11. A, Prince's on Packer avenue, where she will be pleased to receive orders for wor work, or she will go out by the day. I have bought and used the New Era Washer five days in the week lor the past live weeks and am satisfied it will do all tlint is claimed for it. It is the Lady's Friend. The more I use it the better I like it. Mrs. K. ONAN. FI)R SALE CHEAP—A pood self-fe-d Heating Stove. Enquire ai John Sullivan's sluie, Bridges*. Oonveniant rooms for house keeping, in Tracv & Moore's block, Main St. Apply to 11, l*. MOORE. Mrs. Kilbonrn invites the ladies of Towanda and vicinity to call and examine her stock of Millinery Goods before purchasing elsewhere. FITCH has now large Figs that almo-I molt inthe mouth. All perxons indebited to the suliscriber \> 1 rise ac counts have been standing over three months mu*t nettle before December Ist to tare vonts. N. P. II K KS. AA'ANTED—Dress-Making and Plain Sewing, by a thoroughly competent Dress Maker. TERMS," in Cents per day. Enquire at J. M. "s Cherry st. Situation as Book keeper or ( "• V f: by thoroughly competent young man. ..dress II Box 1135, Towanda, Pa. Nathan Tidd desires to inform liis patrons and the puhlic in general, that lie is prepar. d to deliver Lo\al Sock eoal at same prices as charged at the 8. L. & s. Vat d. FOIt SALE:— < >ne lloi *sp, One Cow, O, A. BLACIV, Agt., Towanda. V tinted, work hy the day, l>y a woman who can sew, wash, clean house, etc. Call at Campbell's boarding house on State stm t. "What everybody wants is the host orgmifor the least amount of money: Therefor every ho(l\ wants Ihe Rurclett; ami when vou 'yc said that, you've tohl the whole story." So say the brightest :i 1; I busiest organs uoalors throughout THE* I:UHI. who are turn isliing t liis \i\ntoh!c>> instrument to a nnisiojt public, \v 11i<• 1 1 is rapidly learning toch'stinguteh its marvellously pure ami beautiful voice from that which is not music. For sale bv J. A. Manville, No. 3 Bridge St., TowamJu. * "My Wayward Pardner," for $2 at WhitcorebV Book store. 1>( J LES—Cornices and liiugs, atC.P. w ELLEfe' Crockery store. We are still scllingPure Milk at FIVE CENTS Per Quart. ]j. ELbBR E E. I hut! been a great sufferer from Neuralgia lor years ami had consulted a great many dif ferent physicians, buf got no cure until ftook I)r. I.urr s Neuralgia and Sick Headache Pills: t hey cured me and I have recommended to ovtM-l tty persons and I "nave never known them to tail. 1 hey are also the best nervous and dyspeptic pill ' ever saw. , AR , SIDNEY BROADBKNT. Master Mechanic. Dickens Manufacturing Company, Scranton, l'a. ° Call and see the new goods at the Five Cent Store- FOP? RENT. Two dwelling bouses in the First Ward RENT. (J T JE KINNEY. Rooms suitable for small family, to let, in centre of town. Enquire at this office. HAIRIN TTVJWE 7 1 he celebrated Stallion has returned to his sta bics in this place where he may be found. 'TERMS —Same as heretofore. Oct. 21, 1881. D. (; DEAVITT. rySSOLUTJpy. —The copartnership i—✓ heretofore existing under the firm name of G A. DAI lO.\ & CO. is this day dissolved bv mutual consent. All accounts will be settled by G . M* GEO. A. DAYTON lowa.da, La., Oct.. 8. 'Bl. B. KUTKKNDA™! The undersigned will continue the milling and linn' 1 " 8S as formerly conducted by the lute 'I hanking you for past favors, 1 would respect fully ask your continued patroncge. GEO. A. DAYTON. TKIAL LIST NOVEMBER SPECIAL 1 TERM, 1881. SECOND WEEK. Jackson Lewis vs Wm. Whitney T> osll V UFI A P S r° r ELIBHN Athcrton's Ex'rs F. J/i L. A. jacket & Co. vs tichrader Min. & Mf< Co 'p. F. ,I ™- N * t I!:uik - Towanda vs Madiil ' M' i ■,,L ra , fcJ '.y s , 1 ' :i & v Ganal &R. R. Co. Appeal M S. 1 iKe s Ex'rs vs A. Ilunsiker iL, ' Prancis A. Drexel vs ,Tuo. Carrol '. Fiect u' u 1 JV ost vs ' bus. it. Jordon Anneal 8. H, Farnsworth vs J.Cobb * iL^fi w' - I) ' ake vs Thos. Harding, et al.'.V.V.V.Assnt m a' Laimcr ys Eugenc Keeler Appeal M. b, Pike's Ex'rs vs C. Ilunsiker Rk n Lewis & Brown vs 1 ) a vid Whipple " 'A,, 1. Samuel Ovenshire vs A, 11. Bpalhing, et kh/ffest, Clark Johnson vs Asylum Twp.... Anneal S. li. Howell vs A. J- Lay ton. appeal Chan. Porrigo & Co vs Kinney & Watkins.' .'.'.Tress. Chas. Pern go & Co vs M. Watkins Mary Lalley, use vs Michael Kirwin.'. Geo. C. At wood vs N.N-Parks >. 2 . B I , B\NRLXRF K I R" R, ' AB,C -SSSTKYSSF O„d„ y .Nc. Towanda, Va.fiA.li, IOT""'"' ""f™.