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Towanda.Pa., Thursday, Dec. 22, 1881. BHITOBB <. W. Al VI Hl' NOHI.K N.AI.VitRTi j * I IP/i4lit Mtrrirtr" Only 25 r.rr-t* f>ri' month. Try it! Mrs. Miry Clemtncr draws this |> n picture of the President: "The lower part of President Arthur's face tells a ion;; story of the jrood things of this world, enjoyed at table and convivial feasts. His nose, starting to be Greek, forgot its in tention at the end and ran toward the snub. His head, well covered with dark hair, tinged with gray, is both broad and high; his brow open and serene, full in the reasoning part of it, and remarkable in its faculties of perception. Noting them, one is sure that it is his own fault if he does not manage men instead of lin ing managed by them. lie is the latter oidy when his strong emotional nature takes from his will somewhat, of its strength and clearness. From under this fine arch look forth a pair of dark eyes, whose look of blended sagacity and kind ness is remarkable. Together, these make the dominant qualities of his ex pression. It is equally keen and kind. He may humor you very much, but not because lie does not know you. lie has the face of a man capable of intense emo tion, of the deepest personal attachments, a man who will never betray his friends and never fail to see through his ene mies." Considerable having been said about the official paper used by President Ar thur, and it having been intimated —by some small people who presumably could find nothing of more importance to peck at —that "Oflice of the President of the United States" smacks of imperialism, the Cleveland Herald comes to the front with the following: "The late Gen. Gar field, when he was Chairman of the Com mittee 011 Appropriations, found that ev ery appropriation made for the executive oflice, for salaries, etc., was made for the "Office of the President," and so when he came into the Presidential officio, he caused to be engraved for use at the White House in oflicial business for trans mitting nominations, the heading to which objection has been made, and President Arthur is simply using the pa per and commissions which were order ed by his predecessor. All the notes and letters wiitten bv President Arthur 011 other matters, are simply headed Wash ington, 1). C." Commenting 011 the great and almost unprecedented number of oflice seekers now in Washington a prominent Senator says that since the beginning of the ses sion he has spent more than his salary in sending oftlce-seekers home. Many eppl'cants from his State, some of them utterly unfit for clerical service, had spent week after week seeking an ap pointment, had become down-hearted, some of them destitute, and as charity to them, and in order to get rlcl of them he had furnished them with railroad tickets to their distant homes. The country is quite ignorant of the jewel of a man it possosses in its new premier, Frelinghuysen. A Washington paper says that "011 a wintry night, when the sleet was driving and a poor Irish woman was struggling along the icy pavement with a bundle in her arms, Sec retary Frelinghuysen came out of his house 011 his way to a state dinner and with courtesy invited her to take his carriage and tell the driver where to take her." The Secretary of War, like the Seereta ry of the Nav} r , shows in a recent report that while the United States is, in case of war, just two weeks from an attack, it is several years, two at the nearest, from a defense. Ex-Governor Straw, of New Hamp shire, has been declared insane by a judi cial commission 011 petition of his wife and daughters. Rebecca Bates, who, with her cousin Abbic in 1812, scared off several boat loads of British troops, by sounding the roll call behind the rocks on the beach, died at Scituate, Mass., 011 Wednesday. Mr. Brewster, the ne\r Attorney-Gen eral says of the Star Route cases: "Rest assured they will be prosecuted with the utmost vig?n\" That, is good news for Mr. Brewster, President Arthur and the whole Republican party, neither of whom jean afford to have the thieves go unpun ished. *"Y~ iIH 111 11 I : ; A v | raECinff || i ' " FOB Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of tie Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear and Headacho, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. No Preparation on earth equals ST. JAPOIIR OIL as a *afc, sure, simple and chcajt External Remedy A trial entails hut the comparatively trifling outlay of 50 Cents, ami every one Buffering with pain can havo cheap and positive proof of its clainiß. Directions in Eleven Languages. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALER? IN MEDICINE. A. VOGELER & CO., llaltimore, Mr.., U. 8. A., BUSINESS LGOAL. The "Senate" Saloon is not only supplied with the best oysters in the market, lint on the lunch counter may always he found everything the ap petite craves. Under Chainberlin's jewelry store. H. A.SOOTT, of the "Sugar Creek Mill," lias left an order book with (). 1). Wickham at the Post Oflice. All orders for Flour, Feed, Meat, Grain etc., left there will receive prompt attention. New Com tland Cutter For Sale. Enquire of I). M. WILECOCK. A good girl wanted in a small family. Inquire of Smith Brothers. The Baltimore MINCE MEA !' which has a world wide reputation, is for sale at RUN DELL'S Market. Those who once use this brand are never satisfied with any other. Sr/ert IPanriuz flan*. By special request Mr. F. LAMEKEAUX, of Ring hamton, will give instructions in the above art every Friday afternoon and evening, at Mercur llall. Hours of tuition—Ladies, masters and misses at 4 p. m. (parents and guardians admitted free), gents at 7:30 to 9p. m., assemblies from 9t012 m. All the modern dances will he taught. Round dances a specialty. WANTED,—2 rooms suitable for house keeping. A short distance out o town preferred. Inquire at this oflice. We are constantly receiving orders for " Lum Smith's Imitation Stained glass," and arc ready to give our patrons the full benefit of an inexpensive and handsome decoration by placing it on any glass whether door or window, large size or small glass, gieeti or white, round or square, in fact any posi tion, shap or kind of frame or glass that needs shading from the rays of the sun, or from the ga,.e of inquisitive eyes. Thankful for the very liberal patronage bestowed since we have received the agoncy of this Imitation, we shall by a strict atten tion to business, hoping to merit a continuance of the same. To those who have heard of the-'lmi tation Glass," and have not seen it, we extend a cordial invitation to examine into its real merits and ask the prices for which it can he obtained, we are prepared to contract with churches, halls, or or other public buildings, and warrant all of our work to surpass in beauty the genuine stained glass and our prices are less than one-fourth the cost of thefsrmc. Those in need of anything of this kind or who are lovers ef art, whether they wish to pur chase or not, are respectfully invited to exarain tlie same at. CHAH. F. CUOSS' Book Store.e LOST OX MONDAY).—Lost between I)r. Pratt* office and Bridge street, a black Kid (Jlove, 1} but" toned, No. 6J 2. Finder will confer u favor by e axing at-this cfficc. UPH:*I.9TKBINO —In his line of business H e a spech ity and de./ compeiilion, as I make my own work and can sell at prices thai others have to pay wholesale. Call early and li ave your order, as I have a number of ordors at present, but will try and accomodate all. My goods are the newest and best flhe mom y or tin have ever been put into < O • D\ OT/AIISON, Up one flight of staits/.. Bridge st., 'i'owanda. Daniel Meßride offers his house on Washington street, 3 doors from the Henry House, for rent. .V smtdl.tY uily desired. FOR SALE OH HKXT.—'i'he I)welling House fronting ori Loeust A venue in 'I owaada born, late residence of.]. M. WAI:I>, togcthemwith the 'i ennnt House, Barn, lee House, etc., wSd the grounds within the encloseure—covering sever id acres—in cluding u line garden, choice Fruit Trees. Two Large Cisterns ami a Well ati'ording an uhnndnncc of Water. A'so, A lot fronting on York Avenue, large enough for several line building lots. Also, A lot fronting on Main street, adjoining the : I'erma. & N. V. railroad, containing several acres. The above property will he sold together, or as I div ided. For particulars apply to, B. A. MERGER, Esq. i LOST, Thursday afternoon, on Main street, a I Beak skin Glove, for right hand. The finder will j be suitably rewarded on leaving at tbis olliee. A good girl, for general housework, wanted. E. E. 011.M.A.N". A good girl, eompotnnt to do general housework, can hear of an excellent situation by calling at this office. EXCVCI.OBEDIA FOR SA LE. A complete set jot Appleton's Cyclopedia. Editi..n of I*7'.'. Full sheep binding. In good order. Price, $75. Agents price for same, s9i>. Address or see G. A. liI'HXSKY, Canton, I'tt. AUDITOR'S NOTICE.— In the mat ter of the final account of Tamer A. Chaffee, Giiiirdian of l'luehe G.Cliiiffee. in the <>r | plums' Court of Bradford Bounty. The undersigned, an auditor appointed by the i said ('ourt to dispose of exceptions Hied to tl'ie li liiil account of said Guardian, will meet the parties at. I is office in 'l'owanda Borough on Thursdiiy, •Tatiuary 12, 1882, at 10 o'clock A. M., when and win re all persons interest! d in said account and exceptions will be heard. ,1. ANDRKVV WII.T, Dec. 14, 1881. Auditor. ! A. E. BUKII'S HOMOEOPATH IC i j r. v as*• it r/\ This remedy is something new, both as to name and composition. This is one of the wonders of the world. This Syrup, 1 claim, is better and more effective than any other ever offered to the opie of America or any other country, and what 1 say of this 1 can prove, This Syrup, like'the Hills, is harmless and safe. It contains no opium or other narcotic poison, like the most Syrup, and is not dis agreeable to take. Any child will take it. Audit | will cure any and all inflammations arising from Cold. Ic is superior to all others in every respect and especially for the following reasons: "Ist. It will cure Croup every time. i 2d. It will cure Inflammation of the Luugs. 3d. It will cure Quinsy. 4th It will cure Whooping Cough. sth It will cure Bronchitis. titli It will cure Hoarseness. 7th It will cure Sore Throat. Bth It will cure any Cold. 9th it will cure Congestion of 'be I.ungs. 10th It will cure any Cough. 11th it will cure Scarlet Fever. 12th. It is the best rented" that anv one can take for.Consumption, and if taken in the first stage I will guarantee a cure. 13th. it is perfectly safe for all ages as there is nothing in its composition that can harm a child. A. 10. BUR 1? i For sale by CLARK B. POUTER. D 1 "ff D g jyl BJ 'ClfiH DAVIS' am RENEWER. No other Rencwer yet discovered does its work so quickly and sat isf.iciorily i.s IhD. It. will rcstor* gray and faded hair to its original beauty ; it will immediately prevent t :e falling out of tho hair; it cures dandruff, itching eruptions, and keeps the seal}) clean ; it will c u: a t'.io hair to grow where it lias fallen off and imparts loss an 1 freshness; it softens tho li i!r when l ar li and dry and is en tirely free from all ir itatlng matter; it has tho vciy bast reputation an ! gives universal satisfac tion. I)j not fail to try it. For sale by all druggists. Price, 75 cts. per bottle. Prepared by ( has. Davis, Canton, Pa. Eorsalo by all Druggists and Dealers. gOMETIIING NEW. O. //. WOO MP & CO.* are tip 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. Remember the place, Patton's Block, corner Bridge and Main Streets. THE CREAT Bl ISLINGTON 80l Tl-J. No other line runs Three Through Pas senger Trains Daily between Chicago, I)es Moines, Council Bluffs, Omaha, Lincoln, St. Joseph, Atchison, Topeka and Kansas City. Direct connections for all points in Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming. Montana, Ne vada, New Mexico, Arizona, Idaho, Oregon and California. The Shortest, Speediest and Most Comforta ble Route via Hanniba' to Fort Scott. Denison, Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio,"Galves ton and all points in Texas. The unequalcd inducements offered by this Line to Travelers and Tourists, are as follows: The celebrated Pullman (16-whoel) Palace Sleeping Cars, run only on this Line. 0., B. & Q. Palace Drawing-Room Cars, with Morton's* Reclining Chairs. No extra charge for Seats in Reclining Chairs. The famous C.. R. & Q. Palace Dining Cars. Gorgeous Smoking Cars fitted with Elegant High-Racked Rattan Re volving Chairs for the exclusive use of first class passengers. Steel Track and Superior Equipment, com bined with their Great Through Car Arrange ment,makes this,nbove allotliers, the favorite Route to the South, South-West, and the Far West. Try it, and you will find traveling a luxury instead of a discomfort. Through Tickets via this Celebrated Line for sale at all offices in the United States and Canada. AH information about Rates of Fore, Sleep ing Car Accommodations, Time Tables, otc., will be cheerfully given by applying to J. Q. A. BEAN, Gen'l Eastern Agent, 306 Washington St., Boston. M"ss. and 317 Broadway, New Y<uk JAMES R. WOOD. (Jen. Pass. Agt.. Chicago. T.J. POTTER, Gon. Manager, (bongo -4 0./E C HE A P i until luither notice the Coal Dealers ol Towanda will sell Pittston Coal in yard at $4.00 per ton. LOYAL SOCK COAL AT YARD. % Lo) al Sock in yard at per ion. TDLUMBING AND GAS-FITTING! Ed. Williams PRACTICAL number atu! iitftr. Respectfully informs the people of Towanda that he is prepared to do all work in his line on the hortr it notice, and guarantee satisfaction. Tie keeps a LARGE ASSORTMENT of stock and will furnish pipe, all plumbing materials and gas fixtures at a smalladvance from jobber's prices. , i refer to my numerous customers during the ten years I have been in Towanda as to the character of my work, and solicit the patronage of those hav -IQg jobs in my line. fttF Estimates furnished when desired E. WILLIAMS. Shop a . few doors north of Mercur Black May 6, 1881.