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Towanda, Pa., Saturday, Dec. 10, 18817 EDITORS . ti. W. ALVORD. NOBLE N.ALVORD ii Unity Kcrbtv" Only 35 cent* per month. Try it! PROSPECTUS. —"Of making many books there is no end," and the multiplication of newspapers is the popular source of educat ing the people. We are aware that the idea is quite preyclent that Bradford County has too many papers, but with the large number not one is vvholy devoted to the interest of the great producing class—the agricultur ists —and at the urgent solicitation of some of the best practical farmers in the county, we have decided to commence about the first of the new year, a local agricultural weekly, especially adapted to the wants of the farmers of this section. The contributors to the paper will embrace the best practical farmers in the county, and we shall aim to make it of real value to every tiller of the soil, dairy- Iman and stock raiser in the county, by giv ing the results of experiments by those in whom the classes interested have confidence, and whose success in business is an evidence fo thorough practical knowledge. The paper will contain a condensation of the ironeral news and the fullest local notes. Fuller particulars hereafter. Buy tin; Waverly crackers. Holiday Goods selected with great care at Whitcomb's Rook Store. A copy of CRAFT'B history of Bradford county wanted at this office. Tickets for JOSH BILLINGS lecture are on sale at the book stores. Wanted, .1 copies each of the REVIEW dated respectively Aug. 14 and 20, and Sept. 3 and 13,1881. On the 15th inst., one week from to-night Miss GERTRUDE KELLOGG will gjve recita tions and readings in Mereur Hall. FITCH has some very handsome Christmas tree decorations, which people attending court will do well to call and examine. The Ladies' Sewing Society of Wvsox will give an oyster supper at Grange Hall, Thurs day evening, December loth. All are cordi ally invited. Elmirans of both sexes frequently visit the bright city of Wilkes-BarrePa., and it would be well for them to know the price of arti cles down there. The Union Leader relates that on Tuesday evening, Mayor BRODKRICK lixed the price of kisses there. A very pleas ant faced lady macje complaint that a worthy citizen kissed her three times against her wishes. The worthy citizen denied the soft impeachment. The party of the other side, however, testified under oath that lie hail done what she charged, whereupon the may or lined him $4.50 in gross, thus fixing the price of stolen kisses at one dollar and a half apiece.— Free Press. The latest new dances, adopted by the so-1 cicty of Professors of New York, and taught ! by all first class teachers, are: the "Ripple,'' i "Five Step Waltz," the "New Post," and the j " Lawn Tennis Quadrille"; all pretty dan- | ees, and popular among high toned people. Captain Jacob Schmidt, of Tompktnsville, | Staten Island, New York, suffered with se- j vero rheumatism for many years. He used j St. Jacobs Oil with splendid effect, and adopt ed it as a familv medicine. MICE THIS WINTER.—Mice are very pro lific; a single pair will often multiply to fiity or more during a single season, as the earlier j broods reproduce one or more generations. < Usually a large proportion of each summer's • growth is killed off in winter, if autumn rains ; saturate the soil. At this writing, the ground j is still dry, deep down, in several States. If at anv point the soil freezes solid before co" pious rains, extra caution should be taken to protect fruit trees and shrubs against mice. The methods we have often described, such as banking earth around the trees: tramping the snow hard about the trunks as it falls; putting tarred paper 4 to six inches above ground and a little below, etc. — American Agriculturist for December. JAMKS 11. WEBB, Esq., of Bradford coun ty, who for many years represented that county in the Legislature, was elected Regis ter and Recorder of his county, at the recent election. lie gamed an enviable reputation throughout the State while serving in the Ilonse, for the ability, integrity and industry with which he discharged his duty as a Rep resentative. lie was Chairman of the Com mittee of Ways and Means, Speaker of the House, and tilhd other impo taut positions with credit to himself and the Commonwealth. He was a strictly honest man, and did not, like many others, make money out of his po sition, for which the Republicans of his coun ty have rewarded him by electing him to a paying oflice.— licavcr Argus and Radi cal. The next Social under the auspices of the ladies of tiie Episcopal Church will be held at the residence of W. M. MALORY, on Hous ton street, Monday evening. Everybody is invited. W KICK OF PRAYER.—The World's Evangel ieal Alliance lias appointed the first week in January as the week of prayer, the following is the program which is sent forth to all the churches of the world: SUNDAY, January 1. —Subject for discourse "Renewed Consecration." MONDAY, January 2.—Thanksgiving for tho blessings, temporal anil spiritual, for the past year, and prayer for their continuance. TUESDAY, January fl.—Humiliation ami oufessiou on account of individuasocial and national sins. WEDNESDAY. January 4— Prayer for the blessings of (toil on His Church and J!i> Word. TtI UKSDAY, January s.—Prayer for the young and all agencies for Christian training. FRIDAY, January 6.—Prayer for the uni versal prevalence of pease # and righteous ness. SATURDAY, January 7.—Prayer lor Chris tian missions, the outiiouringof the Hop Sptr ct and the conversion of the world. Buy the Waverly cnicker, Manufactured by Kobt. N. Manners & Co. Christmas Cards, New Year Cards. Birth day, Wedding and Condolence Cards, at Wnnco.un's, FITCII has new large Figs that almost melt inthe mouth. Books by eminent antliors and Poets, in the finest bindings suitable for holiday pres ents, at WiiircoAin's. I*razor Axle Grease.—One trial will convince you that it is tlio best. Ask your dealer for the Frazor Axle Grease, and take ne other. Every box has our trade mark on. Two heating stoves for sale cheap. N. P. HICKS. A large assortment of neat Stationery, just received Jewel Boxes, Work Boxes, Toilet and Nail sets in plush and leather Goods at Whiteomb's Book Store. No trouble to show goods. C'. S. FITCII has already begun to display his Christmas goods an I his stock of candies, fruits, tints etc., is the finest ever opened in this market. What can be more apetizing for breakfast than a plate of buckwheat, cakes and honey? You can buy the best quality now process buckwheat flour and the tinest qualify of clo ver honey at E. F. DITTKICH'S. 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. Buy the Waver)y crackers. Don't fail to go to JOHN SULLIVAN'S on Bridge street, for the best five cent cigar. Bead the AY. Nicholas prospectus, it is the best young people's paper published. The star cough drops manufactured by C. S. FITCII are becoming very popular wherev er introduced. If troubled with a cough try them. Buy the Waverly cracker, Manufactured by Robt. N. Manners & Co. FRESII OYSTERS received daily at the T1IIRI) WARD GROCERY STORE. Retailed lit 30 cents per quart. Churches and parties supplied on reas onable terms. D. p. CLARK. IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS.— SpeciaI in ducements are offered you by the BURLING TON ROUTE. It will pay you to read their advertisement to be found elsewhere in thi paper. Speaking of Oysters, we have a word to say in regard to the manner in which S. I'. TLLI> serves them. He keeps the laige-t ones, and gets them up <ll the very le st stvlc. lie has fitted up elegant rooms for his custo mers. Some ladv of this place should fake the agency for that popular and useful book, "practical I louse-keeping," issued by Buck eye Publishing Co.. Minneapolis, Minn. Kv erv housekeeper needs a copy. Address the publishers for terms. Commissions large. 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. lIIiSJSHKS LOCALS. Largest assortment of Vnu'n and mottocd Cups Cups and Saucers, in town at the 5 CKX 1' Store. Berries, Harden truck at M\ re's meat mar ket. Bruise St. Brick for sale. Enquire of J. T. Hale, al torucv at law. Mr. OTTAUSON, the up'l ds'er' i< o iRJ I c s > very nice (roods in just 11 >w for tli • II did iy.-. and see what a id 1 gain you can get with Iti in. Homeopathic Lung Syrup, is the best rem edy for coughs and colds, it is mild, pleas ant, it ltd effective. Sold in Towamln only by (J. B. Bon I KK. The finest building lot in Towatidu borough, cor aor ofl'oplar and f-econd streets, between the res idence of Hon. K. O. Goodrich and K. Walker, wil be sold cheap. .Apply to <>. 1). KIXXEY. Latest styles of Hats and Caps just received at M. K. KOSENFIKLD'S. 151RI) CAGES, 48 cents and upwards at the 5 Cent Store Cb M. Mumdlle lias a quantity of f-iur feet flag stones for sale cheap. Buy Knnpp's Superior Flavoring Extracts for laniiiy use. warranted pure. Live spring chickens constantly, on hand at Mvcr's Bridge St. Market. If you want a First Class SHAVE or II MR CUT, call at the llarber Shop under the Meat Market, one door South of the Ward House, where you will al ways find experienced Artists ready to attend to customers. G. L. LVXCHCOME, Prop. For First (Mass Custom Boots and Shoes, go to Morgan MeMahoii's Shop, over Burehiil Brothers Marble Works. Repairing of all kinds neatly done. Childrons carragcs at reduced prices to close out stock, at C. I'. Whiles' crockery store. BRADFORD COJ NTY IIOAT) LAWS.—hist Publish-d, a icviscd edition of Carnochan's Road Laws and Laws Relating to Township Oflleers in Bradford County," by Samuel W. Buak. For sale at Treasurer's ( Mice or at either Whit comb's ar Cross's bookstore, 'J'owanda, Pa. Bl'Y THE BEST KNIFE MADE—Forged in stead of being stamped out—for sale til (J P. WELLS'E' Crockery store. If vcu cttll tit BLUM'S boot and shoe store you '.till find that vou win tret more tint! bet ter troods for the liioncv than til tit any shoe house in Towaudu. I/AWIIKNCK HAT.LORAX, the old reliable and skil ful SHOE MAKER is again "on deck," and wishes to inform bis customers and the public that here after, in "rain or shine," he will be found at his post ready to do all work in bis line in the best manner and on short notice, Shop in rear of the REVIEW otlice. THE NEW KRV WASHER!— -Give it a trial. It does the washing clean, in one fourth lhe time. 262-4 vv. L. S. BI.A.SHELL. Agent.. Car loads of new goods now being received at the Five Cent Store. Clips and Saucers with Portraits ofMr. and Mrs GARFIELD at C. P. Welles' Crockery Store. HOUSE AN<l LOTS FOR SAI.E 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. Get. 17. 18S1. L. ELSISREE. FOR SALE:— One Cook stove. One Heating store, suitable for oal or wood, o. A. BLACK, Weston st. CIIAUI.ES AKENS lias taken the Barber Shop late ly occupied by PATTIVANTO, in Patton Block, and solicits a share of public patronage. He is an ex perienced barber and understands all branches of the business. Silver Plated Napkin Rings for TEN Cents at C. P. Welles' Crockery and 99c Store. THE VERY LATEST— StrIes in men's, clii'- dren's and boys' 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. II () P.B for th I) BA P. I >l*. Peck's Artilicial Ear Drums PEREECTEY RESTORE THE HEARING AND PERFORM TIIE WORK or the Natvr J r m. Always in portion, but invisible others. All conversation ani r,.„ i heard dis , , .We i,f, rto those vising them. Sen 1 for descriptive cdrenlar w , tes ~ i,T ? "' I - ISBI Addrea. 11. V. K. rJsCK & CO., 85 UROBWTT SX T. Sakk for sack —Fire-proof. Combination Look. Inquire r.f \V. J. Yoijng. Immense shipment.- of TOYS for the Holiday trade, are being leetived daily at the o CENT Store. William Grown, at Miller s Ih n. clean* and oils Harness, and w islies wagons very cheaply. Second hand Herring Safe for naie cheap, quire at I hi* ofiiee. SI>yt:KHANNA < ~01,1.EG I ATE iNsTITI TK. Tile twenty-eighth year conimetiees Aug. 22d, ISSI A large and ellieietit corps of teachers; a full collee. tion ot maps, cnarts, models and apparatus, and appliances fur teaching. Expenses are reasonable, hor catalogue or particulars call upon, or address Principal. Kmt ix E. Qi'im.aN, A M. Towttnda, Pa. A New Line of Decorated Chamber Sets iiist received. American Porcelain and ivory body verv ciieap at (P. WELLES' Crockery store. Miss X. A. Powell, an experienced dressmaker world info in the ladies of fowanda that site now resid" s at Mr. II A. Prince's on Packer avenue, where sue wid be phased to receive orders fo wor work, or she will g.> out !>_. the das. I have bought and used the New Era Washer live d.is s .u the week lor the past live week- and am satisfied it will do all that is claimed for it. It is the Lady's Friend, 'i lie more 1 use it tlm better I 'ike it. Mrs. E. Oman. Oonvcniant r nms for house keeping, in Tracv 4c M lore's block, Main St. Apply to li, r. Moo'itE. Mrs. Kilbourn invites tin- ladies of Tow.mda and vicinity to call and examine Iter stock of Millinery Goods before purchasing elsewhere. FOR SALE:— < >ne Uoi 'se, Gnu Cow, O. A. BLACH, Ag: , Towauda. 'My Wayward I'ardner," for $2 at WhitcomVs book Store. POLES —Cornices „h4 Rings, atC.P. \\ rablalbS Crockery store. We are still seliingPure Milk at EI V t CEXTst Per Quart. ]>. LLHJUEE. FLOWER PO rs— loll lot. J'ots worth 12c for 9c, oi $1 adoz. Pots, worth la cents 'for 12 cents l ots worth 18 cents for 13 cts. Rots worth 2a cts' ?V r ,, ' > l) e ! s ' Also < .'omiaon and Fancy Flower an Calia Pots, at <;. p. WELLES' Crockery Store. I it.i'. been u givnt sufferer from Neuralgia for years and li.mi consulted a.great manvihf leretd p tysieiaus,hut got no cure until I took Dr. burr s Neuialght and Sick Headache Pills the\ cured nie and I have recomtnerdetl to overflfty jiersoiis ati.l I have never known l.tem to fail. I hey are also the best nerr#us and dyspeptic pill ' ever saw. •SIDNEY Mroapbknt. Master Mechanic. Dickens Manufm-t urin" Company, Set anton. Pa. ° "What everybody wants is the best ormnfor he least, aiiiount of mouev: Therefor every body wants the Ilurdett; and when von've said that, you've told the whole storr." . s, d the brightest anil busiest organs dealers throughout Hie land, who ure turn 'siting this matchless instrument to a nmsiea public, which is rapidly learn ins: to <listiii"uish its marvellously pure and i>eautifi: voice troin that which is not music. For sale hv J. A. Manvilk-, No. ;! Bridge St., Towauda. FOR RENT. I wo dwelling houses in the First Ward n ' ut - (). I>. K INNKr. Itooms suitable for small family, to let, kw roswe of town. Enquire at this oflico. **" r "" r3r * - r " ■"- f £ 'l3s Si ¥ ; Ji/; / The celebrated Stallion lias returned to ki* .la bles in this place where he may b ftiMid. Tkkms —Same as heretofore. Oct. 21, 1881. p ,i DEWI'PT. I_J W. MILLER " keeps several PCTBLIC HACKS and is ready to attend all calls in his line promutlv Me rune to ALL TRAINS. Charts forniglXSd earlj morning trains (Xos. 12, s and 3 1 no . tor these trains, 25 rents per panncnffcr. Regul Jar customers supplied with tickets at reduced rates Charge s for attending parties, i.ne couple !?1.50* two couples in one load, SI.OO per couple; for attending unerale from $2.00 to $3.00. Hack by the hour il, Horses and carriages to let. Orders left at his ofiiee below council rooms will receive careful attention. U \y miiiiv,. Nov. 27,1880. 'l.Eh.lv. (gr LOOK HERE : A change ot weather means a change of CLOTHES ' Anybody in need ol Overcoats, Business and Dress Suits, Loots, Ladies and Children's Shoes will lin.t ivo ii-i^ 1 ' •" KwWaffi M. L. SCI I NEE lIERG Oct. 11. 1881. H. BEAN, Plain and Ornamental Painter. AXD I'APISH lIAXGEH