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TO WAND A REVIEW. VOLUME 111, NO. 94. LOCALS. Personal. Justice BRINK, of Leßaysville, was in town yesterday. Hon. J. H. WEBB, Register and Recorder elect, is in town. CAI. STOWELL, of Wyalusing, is serving as a juror this week. A. C. BLACKWKLL has beeu appointed post master of West Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. STOW ELL of Wyalusing are visiting at A, 11. KINGSBURY'S. The last Elniira Sunday Tidings, gives a very good likeness of Senator DAVIKS. Mrs. SACKKTT and daughter, of Athens, are guests of Mr. S. 11. SACK KIT'S family for the winter. Capt. E. A. SPALDING and wife, of Wilkes- Barre, spent Sunday with friends in this place. They came up with a horse and bug gy and returned by cars. JOHN O. WARD, of the Tioga House, is dangerously ill. His sou, JOHN \\ AUD, from Towanda, has been with him several days past.— Wacerly lieview. Capt. JAMES BRYANT of Towaud, I'a., was in town visiting old friends on Wednesday last. Capt. BRYANT was for many terms Mayor of Towanda.— Otoego Blade. Capt. STATES and S. S. Burrs, of Lime Hill, were in town yesterday, aud am mg other things, were looking after stoves for the new Union church, now nearly comple ted at that place. Mrs. Col. MEANS has been confined to the house for the past six weeks with a disabled arm. caused by blood poisoning. \\ e are happy to announce that she is able to be out again, and hope all danger is past. Mr. F. M. BUCK, route agent on the Le high Valley railroad, enjoyed his week oil last week in clerking for Mr. E. S. HANDRICK who was overcrowded. .Frank is an old time clerk having put iu several years be hind the counter with Cant. A. B. Mo IT and having been in business for himself, for a time. It is about nine years siuee Mr. BUCK jumped the counter and he says it seemed like old times last week. — Tunkhannock lie publican. Sheriff's sales next Friday. December Court begins next week. The revival meetings are still kept up in Grange Hall. North Towanda. The M. E. Church Sociable will meet Wednesday evening, at the house of JOIIN WILBUR, on Main Street, above Chestnut. The star cough drops manufactured by C. S. FITCH are becoming very popular wherev er introduced. If troubled with a cough try them. The Thanksgiving collection at the Univer salist church amounted to ovei swelling the amount for the Benevolent Association to over $125. C. S. FITCH has already begun to display his Christinas goods and his stock of candies, fruits, nuts etc., is the finest ever opened in this market. Court was opened yesterday p. in., at the usual hour,— Judge MAYER presiding.— On reading over the list it was discovered that not a single ease on the calendar was in readiness for trial, thus compelling an ad journment till this morning. ED. RAYNSFORD, bartender at the Sayre House, was pronouused by physicians dan gerously ill with small pox on Saturday. He was removed to the old Kinner house on the plains. As he is quite an aged man, the chances of his recovery are yery doubtful. Many persons have been exposed.— Elmira Advertiser. TOWANDA, PA., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1881. '•I consider it a great pleasure," writes A J. Doak, Esq., manager American House, Amesbury, Mass., "to state that the inflam matory rheumatism which so severely affec ted my feet, yielded at once upon a few ap plications of the St. Jacobs Oil, which is the highest recommendation." MONROE ITEMS.— Father Moray, husband of the lady who died 011 the'22d inst., in Mon roe, followed his wife to the spirit land on the 25th, in great christian peace. The fu neral services were attended at their late res' idence 011 Sunday, the funeral sermon ap propriate for both of them, having been preached at the 51. E. Church, from whence the friends repaired to the house of the d ad, to take and bury the aged father in appro priate and solemn rites.—Rev. J. Lloyd Jones most impressively officiating. It is due to Mr. Orville Brock and family, that it be noted this aged couple were tender ly cared for in their afflictions and death. PENCIL. The News Condensed. The Treasury Department 011 Wednes day purchased 20,000 ounces offine silver for delivery at the United States mints at Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Fran cisco. The IL'rahl suggests that if MacVeagh runs for Governor of Pennsylvania lie shall be required to give bonds that he will not run away and leave his canvass in the lurch. Mrs. Dunmore, Guitcau's divorced wife, has arrived from Leadville, Colora do. She was subpoenaed by the Govern ment, and h is already expressed her dis belief in Guiteau's insanity. Michael Burke of Brooklyn was arrest ed for fracturing the skull of his three year-old son. Burke had a dispute with his wife and aiming a blow at her with a poker missed her and hit the child. Deacon Francis Armstrong, a highly respected citizen, died at his residence in Ovvego Sunday night, aged 93 years. He had lived 73 years in Ovvego. Funer al Wednesday. His aged wife survives him. Venezuela advices report that President Blanco hasjmobilized 10,000 men and heav ily guarded his dwelling, in anticipation of a revolution. Later advices say that a serious attempt to murder the President failed. Sunday evening in Philadelphia the horses of a tiro engine ran away and went into the side of a street car, killing two unknown men standing on the platform. The car was crowded. A great, conster nation prevailed among the passengers, several of whom were slightly hurt. Ilessy Helfman lias disclosed the names of a large number of Nihilists, who form the head center of the order. It is thought that the disclosure will enable the Russian government to stamp out Ni hilsm. Iguatieff is credited with the dis closure by his policy of subduing the criminal with kindness. At the next meeting of the Grand Lodge of English Free Masons, the Grand Mas ter, the Prince of Wales, will move that the Grand Lodge will vote its condolence to the widow and family of their late brother, James A. Gafleld, who died from wounds received from the hands of an assassin. The commissioners appointed to inquire iuto the feasibility of an underground railway on Broadway, New York, met 011 Saturday. A. B. Mullett, formerly su- pervising architect of the Treasury,testl -1 tied that he thought the cost would be $2,000'000 pel mile and the damage to property greater. The Musical Society will meet on Thurs day at the residence of Dr PKATT, instead of D'A OVERTON, Esq.. as announced. Scale A flat. Ducks, Chickens and Turkeys, dressed and alive, wanted all through the winter at E. F, DTTRICII & Co. Two heating stoves for sale cheap. N. I'. HICKS. A good girl wanted for general house work. In quire of G. b. ESTELLE, at the Protbonotary'S office. FIVE CHILDREN AT ONE TIME!—. 4 Lady tn New England had live children sick with Chills at one time. Iler pastor recommended Thcrmaline. She bought a family box and cured the whole lot. Ch drcti won't take quinine; its bitter taste turns their stomachs. Tliermaline is put up in sugar-coated cap- ( sulets, like small flat beans. Only costs 25 cents a box. It has never been known to fall, and is now prescribed by physicians instead of quinine. Miss EMMA WARING respectfully informs the ladies that site lias taken rooms at Mr. Will. Keys crs 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 MARRIED. IIOUTON—GUILDS At the parsonage, Mon roeton Pa., Nov. 26, 1881, by Rev. J. Lloyd Jones, Mr. Wm. 11. Horton, of Rome, N. Y., and Miss Flora IS. Cbilds, of Sbesbequln, Pa. BUSINESS LOCAL. Select Dancing flans. liy special request Mr. F. LAMEREAUX, of liiug liamton, will give instructions in the above art every Friday afternoon and evening, at Mercur liall. Hours of tuition —Ladies, masters and misses at 4 p. m. (parents and guardians admitted free), gents at 7:80 to 9p. m., assemblies from 9t012 m, .All the modern dances will be taught. Round dances a specialty. Largest assortment of Vases and mottoed Cups C'ups 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. 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. Cilice, Mer cur Block, Towanda, Pa- Tlie "Senate" Saloon is not only supplied with the best oysters in the market, but on the lunch counter may always bo found everything the ap petite craves. Under Charabcrlin's jewelry store. COM CHEAP! Until further notice the Coal 4. Dealers in Towanda will sell Pittston Coal in yard at $4.00 per ton. LOYAL SOCK COAL AT YARD. Loyal Sock in yard at $3.50 per ton. PRICE ONE CENT. Josh Billings! MERCUR HALL, Wednesday Evening DECEMBER 21st, 1881. Tickets now on sale at Kirby's Dm# Store, Whitcomb's book store and at Fitch's confectionery store. ADMISSION 50 cents. No extra charge for Reserved Seats. QOMETHING NEW. G. it. WOOiP x co, 9 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 81 per dozen. Their Tintypes are also made 1 at a time, made very quickly and sell 4 for 50 cents, card size. s£gjr a ' Remember the place, Pat ton's Block, corner Bridge and Main Streets. OA IE OF VALUABLE ESTATE. The undersigned will offer for sale the balance of the Real Es tate of G. F. Mason, which he holds as Trustee, on Thursday, Dec. ist,'Bi, at 2 p.m On the premises described. Lot No. 5, containing 5 acres ; lot No. 6, containing 5 acres ; lot No, 7, containing 5 acres, lot No. 11, containg 4 acres and 26 perches. Those lots all front 011 Main street, and are 011 the west side. Also the following" build ing lots 011 the east side of Main street; Lots No. 47,48, 49 and 117, all front on Main street and are 40 feet front, and from 160 to 170 feet deep. Lot No. 56 faces Ontre street; has 50 feet front and from 90 to 100 feet deep. Lot No. 79 faces Centre street and has 50 feet front and 150 feet depth. No. 145 is fa part of a lot facing both Creek and Centre streets. Lots No. 148 and one 150 face Centre st. and are 50 feet front and 150 ft. deep. Lots No. 141 and 142 face Creek staeet, These two lots are in a triangular shape and erch are 50 feet wide. Lot No. 85 is a corner lot facing Centre street and has a house thereon. Any of the above property can be purchased at private sale by applying to the Trustee or to Hon. Joseph Powell, Wm. M. Mallory, Esq., or Col. J. F. Means, members of the Advisory Committee. TERMS OF SALE.—One third at time of sale ; one-third in six months ; and the remainder in one year, with intrest from day of sale. H. L. SCOTT, Nov. 9th, 1881. Trnstec.