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Towanda, Pa., Wednesday, Nov. 30, 1881. BOITOHB . S. W. ALVOKD. NOBLE N.ALVORD "Jit.tiy 25 een per- Montk. Try II! Don't fail to go to JOHN SULLIVAN'S on Bridge street, for the best five cent cigar. The M. E. Church Sociable will meet Wednesday evening, at the house of JOHN WILBOK, on Main Street, above Chestnut. The expression "ever so much obliged," so commonly used by society, means, "Thanks, I expected you to do this thing and if you lirdn't done it you would have been a mean beast." A strong friend of St Jaeob's Oil is H. T. Duncan, Esq., of the Lexington iKy.)Press. He says: A short time sinee St. Jabobs Oil was prescribed in my own family by a regu lar physician, and it was used with the most satisfactory results, as usual. Some lady of this place should take the agency for that popular and useful book, "practical House-keeping," issued by Buck eye Publishing Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Ev ery housekeeper needs a copy. Address the publishers for terms. Commissions large. There is a report, which is generally ac cepted, that the Erie has purchased the Tio ga Railroad and Bloss mines. Vandcrbilt lias had his eve on the mines and the Lacka wanna road, but the Erie has obtained the majority of the stock by purchase of F. N. DRAKE. 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, 50c per couple to 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. When there is a lack of warm clothing there is also a drain from the vital energies which tends to break down the health, and this sometimes takes place when the vict'ni has such a good constitution and such excel lent health, as to be able to bear with impu nity almost any neglect and exposure. I know of women who wear thin cotton stock ings all winter, and who say that they do not need anything warmer in-doors, hut these are not healthy women, and I doubt if then supposed "feelings" correctly indicate the body's needs. Those who dislike the feeling of wool in contact with the skin (and I think that this is much according to habit or use*, can wear a thin pair of cotton stockings un der woollen ones, which is better for warmth than two pair of cotton stockings. Nourishing Food, Fare Air, Plentiful Sleepy and Happy Exercise, are all essen tial to perfect health. Nutritious food is ne cessary for good blood, and this cannot be pure, unless clean, fresh air be bountifully supplied. Growth and repair cannot go on properly without the entire rest of healthy, unforced sleep, and exercise of both body and brain is necessary to the health and strength of each.— American Agriculturist, for December. When one of the Erie trains going west stopped at Greenwood in Orange county, last Friday evening. Engineer SAMUEL WALKER went out to oil his locomotive. When he got to the head of the engine he discovered a woman lying on the forward bumpber. close under the boiler head, sensi ble, moaning and talking about her children. Engineer WALKER was considerably surpris ed when he heard tiie woman's story. She g..id her name was MARGARET, wife of JOHN CROI.Y; that she lived on Spring street, Pat erson; that she had been out drinking witli a friend, and that in crossing the track was picked up by the engine. It thus appeared that the woman .had rode twenty-seven or twenty-eight miles in this position, Ileres cipe from instant death when she was struck by the locomotive was remarkable, but the wonder is increased that she could ride so far, in a partialiy insensible and drunken condition, without rolling off the engine. The woman was taken to Munro, where, on ex amination it was ascertained that she was only slightly injured, the wounds consisting of scalp cuts and bruises mainly about the head. She had suffered more from the in tense cold than from any other cause. Mr. OTTARBON, 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 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. FItESH OYSTERS received daily at the THIRD WARD GROCERY STORE. Retailed at 30 cents per quart. Churches and parties supplied oil reas onable terms. D. F. CLARK. FOR SALE—Two covered buggies, single har ness, saddle and bridle, cutter, and a lot of farming utensils. Apply to JOHN W. MIX. Cffice, Mer cur Block, Towanda, Pa- Speaking of Oysters, we have a word to say in regard to the manner in which S. B. TIDD serves them. He keeps the largest ones, and gets them up n the very best stvle. He has fitted up elegant rooms for his custo mers. IMPORTANT TO TKAVF.LKBS.— SpeciaI in ducements are offered you by the BURLING TON ROUTE. It will pay you to read their advertisement to be found olsewhore in thi paper. Books by eminent authors and Poets, in the finest bindings suitable for holiday pres ents, at WHITCOMB'S. 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 particu ars enquire at this office. The Five Cent Store is now receiving an immens stock of fall and winter goods and the enterprising proprietors invite the public to call and examine. FOR SALE CHEAP.—A "Good Morning Range, a foot turning lathe, and a foot jig saw, also three heating stoves. N. I'. HICKS. Frazer Axle Grease.—One trial will convinee you that it is the best. Ask your dealer for the Frazer Axle Grease, and take no other. Every box has our trade mark on. The Sugar Creek Mills are now turning out the best of flour, meal nnd feed. Our " new process" buckwheat flour is hard to beat. All orders left a) mill or sent through post oftice will receive prompt attention. W. N. FOSTER. Oct. 27, 1881. Vni'ltCll DIRECTOR Y. PRESBYTERIAN—Rev. J. 8. Stewart, R.D., PHH tor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. eve ry Sunday. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Sunday School—l)'A. Overton, Superin tendent—at 12 o'clock. CHRIST CHURCH—(Episcopal)—Rev. Jchn 8. Beers, Rector. Seivlce and preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 6:00 p.m. Service and lecture Thursday evening at 7:30. Sunday School—.las. T. Hale, Superintendent—at 12 in. Teachers' meeting Tuesday evening at 7 M 5. M, E. CHURCH.—Rev. C. H. Wright, Pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meetings on_ Sunday evening at 6:30, Thursday evening at 7:30. Young men's prayer meeting Friday evening at S. Sunday School—B. M. Peck, Superintendent— at 12 m. BS. PETER AND PAUL.—(It. C.) Rev. Clias. F. Kelley, Priest Mass at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Ves pers at 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 12:30 and CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH. (Unlversalist) Rev. William Taylor, Pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7p. in. Prayer and Conference Meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Sunday School—Dr. Taylor, Superintendent—at 12 m. BAPTIST CHURCH—Rev. C. T. Halloweli, Pastor Preaching ft 10:3o>- M. and 7 p. M. Prayer Meeting, Thursday Evening, 7 p. M. Sunday School at 12 m. SOCTETY DIRECTORY. MASONIC. Uniou Lodge, No. 108, meets First and Third Wednesday of each month. Union Chapter, No. 161, meets Second Wednesday evenings of each month. Northern Commandery, Knights Templar, No. 16. Meets fourth Wednesday each month. KNIGHTS OP HONOR. Crystal Lodge. Meets every Mondav evening. Mystic Lodge, K. and L. of il. Meets Second and rourth Friday evenings of each mouth. G. A.'R. Watkins Post No. 68. Meets every 6aturda} Jeven'n KNIOHTS OF THE GOI.DKN ROLE. Towanda Castle No. 58. Meets at K. of . Hall every Wednesday evening. ROTAI, ARCANUM. Towanda Council No. 53 2 meets anttirsd third hriday of each mouth in K., P. llall. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Towanda Lodge, No. 200. Meets every Tuesday evening. J Endowment Rank, Section 101. Meets Third Fri day in each month. ODD FELLOWS. Bradford Lodge, No. 167. Meet, every Monday u' 1< T nr T >nt, ! ?°- 41 • Meet " and Fourth Wednesday night ofeaeli month. mi : a°^ C , I)l ' rec of Rebeka. Meets First and llnrd biday evenings of each month. LADIES BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.—The Ladies Benevolent Association will meet on Wednesday afternoon, November 30th, at the usual place. The commencement of our winter's work has been delayed this vear 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 Towaiula 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 eome from working members of the Association; and it is feared that a misappre hension exists in regard to the need of this organization since tlie opening of the County House. Indeed it lias been frequently re marked: "We will not need the Benevolent Society when we have the Poor House." But our object and work have l *"in to sup port paupers, only 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. Surely the people of Towtnda will never allow this good work to die for the lack of funds! "He that hath pity upon the poor lendeth unto the Lord; and that which he hath given will he pay him again." We can ask no bet ter security; let us make the investment, liy order of PUKSIDKNT OF ASSOCIATION. BUSINESS LOCALS. BRADFORD COUNTY ROAD LAWL.—Just Publish'd, a revised edition of Carnochan's Road Laws and Laws Relating to Township Officers in Bradford County," by Samuel W. Buak. For sale at Treasurer's Office or at either Whit comb's ar Cross's bookstore, Towanda, Pa. BUY THE BEST KNIFE MADE—Forged in stead of being stamped out —for sale at C P. WELLHE' Crockery store. If ycu call at BLUM'S boot and shoe store you will find that you can get more and bet ter goods for the moncv than at at any shoe house in Towanda. LAWRENCE HAI.LORAN, the uld reliable and ski 1 fill SHOE MAKKK is again "on deck," and wishes to inform his customers and the public that here ufter, in "rain or aliitie," he will tie found at Ida poat ready to do all work in his line in the beat manner and on abort notice, bhop in rear of the REVIEW office. THK NKW EK\ WASHER !—Give ii TI trial. It. does the washing clean, iu one fourth the time. 262-4w. L. S. RLAHDKLL. Agent. Car loada of new goods now being; received at the Five Cent Store. Cups and Saucer* with Portraits ofMr. and Mrs GARFIELD at C. P. Welles' Crockery Store. HOUSE ANd JXITS FOR BALK AND RENT.— I have a number of dwelling houses for rent or tor 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. The march of hnorovement has brought us to the time when old fogy machinery has to take a back seat. This is verified by 'he success of the " New Davis" Sewing Machine, with its "Vertical Feed.', Whercever it has been introduced hosts of admi ring friends sound its praise. 6dys.S9 FOR SALE:— One Cook stove. One Ileating stove, suitable for oal or wood, O. A. BLACK, Weston st Seller's Liver Pills," have been the standard rem edy for malaria, Liver compeonts, costiveness, etc for tifly years- Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial diseases, scrofula, and general debility cured by Dr. Lindsey's Hlood Searcher." CHARLES AKEN.S has taken the Barber Shop late ly occupied by PATTINANTO, in Button Block, and Hollcits a share of public patronage. lie is an ex perienced barber and understands at branches of the business. Mr. James Tlees, late with Feleli & Co., takes this method of notifying his friends that he has taken a position with Evans & Hildreth, where lie will be nappy to see them all and offer them great induce ments in the line of dry goods. Silver Plated Napkin Rings for TEN Cents at C. P. Welles' Crockery and 99c Store. THKVBUY 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 be has just opened an immense stock of Fall and Winter goods. HOPE for t,ik DEAF. Di*. Pcclc's A.i-tilicinl En l* DI*XI.IIIS PERFECTLY RESTORE THE HEARING AND PERFORM THE WORK OF the Moral Arum. Always in position, but invisible others. All conversation and even whisntr heard didinetlv. We refer to those using them Send for descriptive circular with tes moVi Uls Wlt - 18 ' 1881 Address 11. P. K. PECK ft CO., 85 BRODWAY \ Y Miss N. A. Powell, an experienced dress make would inform the ladies of i'owanda that she now reside H 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 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 I like it. Mrs. E. UNAS. FOIL SALE CIIFAP— A good self-feed H-atiag Stove. Enquire ai John Sullivan's stoie, Bridges'. Convcniant rooms for house keeping, in Tracy & Moore's block, Main St, Apply to 11, I". MOORE. Mrs. Kilboiirn invites the ladies of I'owanda and vicinity to call and examine her stock of Millinery Goods before purchasing elsewhere. FITCH has new large Figs that almost melt inthe mouth. All per/ions indebited to the subscriber whose ac counts have been standing over three months must settle before December Ist to save costs. N. P. IIIC KS. WANTED —Dress-Making and Plain Sewing, by a thoroughly competent Dress Maker. TERMS, 50 Cents per day. Enquire at J. M. Cherry st. Situation as Book keeper or r' vt by thoroughly competant young man. Box 1135, Towanda, Pa. Nathan Tldd desires to inform his patrons and the public in general, that lie is prepar d to deliver Lo> al Sock coal at same prices us charged at the 8. L. & f. Yatd. FOR SALE:— One Horse, One Cow, O, A. BLACK, Agt., Towanda. Wanted, work by the day, by a woman who can sew, wash, clean house, etc. Call at Campbell's boarding house on State street. "What everybody w ants is the best organ for the least amount of money : Therefor every body wants the Burden"; and when vou've said that, you've told the whole story." So say the brightest ami busiest organs dealers throughout the land, who are turn ishing this matchless instrument to a uuisica public, which is rapidly learning to distinguish its marvellously pure and beautiful voice from that which is not music. For sale by J. A. Manvilie. No. 3 Bridge St., Towanda. "Mr Wayward Pardncr," for $2 at Wliitcomb's Book Store. WINDOW POLES—Cornices and Rings, atC.P. WELLES' Crockery store. We are still selling Pure Milk at FIVE CENTS Per Quart. 11. KLSBREK. I had been a great sufferer from Neuralgia for years and had consulted a great many dif ferent physicians, but got no cure until Ttook Dr. Burr's Neuralgia and Sick Headache Pills; they cured me and I have recommended to over fifty persons and I have never known them to fail. They are also the best nervous and dyspeptic pill I ever saw. SIDNEY BUOAPBKNT. Master Mechanic, Dickens Manufacturing Company, Scranton. Pa. Call and see the new goous at the Five Cent Store. FLOWER POTS—Job lot, Pots worth 12c for 9c, oi sfladoz. Pots, worth 15 cents for 12 cents. Pots worth 18 cents for 13 cts. Pots worth 25 cts. for 15 cts. Also Common and Fancy Flower and CalluPots, at C. I*. WELLES'Crockery Store. O II- BEAN, Plain and Ornamental Painter, AXD PAPER HANGER. All work in his line promptly executed on shor notice. From long experience both in city and country, he prides himself on being able to sup the most tastldious. " ----- - "~~ T '-*? FOR RENT. Two dwelling houses in the First Ward for rent. Q. P, KINNEY. Rooms suitable for small family, to let, in ventre of town. Enquire at this office. D.MVIMP iiUJfIE! The celebrated Stallion has returned to his sta bios in this place where he may be found. TRM —Same as heretofore. Oct. 21, 1881. D. 0. DEWITT. TRIAL LIST NOVEMBER SPECIAL TERM, 1881. SECOND WEEK. Jackson Lewis vs Win. Whitney T RESN Rose L. Secor use vs Elisba Atherton's Ex'rs F. Is. k. A. 1 acker & Co. vs Schrader Min, & Mfir Co ' Tresn First Nat. Bank. Towanda vs Thus. F. MadVll " V • ™ cy J ß , Pa &N ' YCunal & B- Co. Apnea! M 8. I ikes Rx rs vs A. Ilunsiker Issue Francis A. Drexel vs Jno. Carrol Fiect C. E. Frost vs Thus. It. Jordon .!! Anneal 8. 11, larnsworth vs J. Cobb iL... E. W. Drake vs Thos. Harding, ct al V.'.Asspl E. L. Palmer vs Eugene Keeler Anneal M. 8, Pike's Ex'rs vs C. Ilunsiker llolvit Lewis & Brown vs David Whipple Anneal Samuel Ovenshlre vs A, 11. Spalding, et aL.'fiSp Clark Johnson vs Asylum Twp Anneal 8. 11. Howell vs A. J- Layton. Ajpeat Cbas. Perrjgo & Co vs Kinney & Watklns. .".'.Tresn Chas. Perrigo &Co vs M. Watkins * Maij Lalley, use vs Michael Kirwln...... " Geo. C. At wood vs N. N-Parks .. tfiKTSSS&SSS""** 28f;X7^cTo" n k d ,rM k Towanda, 1>a.,0c..U, wT" W "