The Canton Independent-Sentinel from Canton, Pennsylvania on April 16, 1886 · 1
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The Canton Independent-Sentinel from Canton, Pennsylvania · 1

Canton, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 16, 1886
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$1.25 A YEAR, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. anion $1.50 fl YEAR, IF m PAID IN ADVANCE. VOL 16 NO. 7. CANTON, BRADFORD COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1886. CH. D. DERRAH, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLOTHING. The best make-best style reliable material lowest price. HATS. Co-operative manufacture our own name and guarantee in each one all the new spring styles look at them. SHOES. Never was such a stock in Canton quality, price and style considered. Our sales are proving it. NECK-TIES. Large stock-styles new Prices Low. TRUNKS. Can't describe them if you want one look ours over and don't forget the Satchels. IVIEN'S GOODS of every kind but we don't forget the Boys and UMBRELLAS, which you know are "everybody's" goods. H hi S I iT O i o W 5 5 a p a o Q i . S s : "O - rt 2 55 Jj CTJ in, ov .J c j o 'is u 2 2 O CC 2 O O WHAT everyone wants is a nice fitting shoe, and with the nice fit they want good service. THE celebrated Reynolds Bros.' Ladies' Shoes are well known ih all sections where fine shoes are in demand. ALL we need to say about them is this: THAT they will be satisfactory both as to fit and durability to the person buying. We have them. THE shoe we sell the most of in medium price is made by Hough & Ford. We have sold the same make for seven years. Can give them to you in D or E widths. You will be well pleased with the shoe. Also the price. AMONG THE specialties in Ladies' Shoes is the Dongola Kid and the Glove Kid. Congress. The last named is as easy as an old shoe. Ask for it when vou are looking for shoes. W o i O : o s. M in DO O O z Or, a p g CO z 2 3 O Oi ATTOKNETS. E. J. CLEVELAND, A TTORJVEY AT LA W. Collections made in all parts of the United State. and promptly remitted. OFFICE Corner Sullivan and Towan-da Streets, up stairs. 48-tf. CANTON, PA. E. J. Cleveland, Notary Public. Jlial E. J.illej. Charles E. Bullock EI LLEY 3b BULLOCK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office Mix & Whitman', second floor Canton, Pa. SAYINGS AND DOINGS. L La?orte is to have a fac- lory In And Around Canton. J. H, SHAW. w. O. 8E0HRIST. SUA IF Jb SECUjRIST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office over Baldwin Bros. & Co.'s, CANTON, Pa. VV. C. Skohkist, Notary Public. fMTSlVlANS. J DAVISON & SON, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. Each Wednesday afternoon and Saturday reserved Cor office work entirely. Office up stairs over Grifliu fc Bacon's new store. Residence on Troy street opposite Passenger Dep.t. Telephone connection with residence. Sunday was a lovely day. The rink Saturday night. Concert next Friday night. Lyceum next Mouday night. L. Freeduian has a new sign. Easter one week from Sunday. Did you plant a tree yesterday ? Peg-top trousers are again in fashion. Denton Lindley is building a new chicken-house. Win. Crooks is building a new house on Troy street. Frank Cassada has moved back G rover. to The Canton Rifle Team has not yet begun practice. an old-fashioned Why not have spelling match ? Horseback riding is a favorite exercise with the boys. Harry Brown is nursing a felon on bis hand this week. Will Wright will open his portable gallery on Saturday. Frank Lindley has taken a situation with T. & M. W. Pierce. Geo. A. Guernsey made a business trip to Susquehanna this week. Thad S. Wolfe has moved into S. D. Knapp's house on Center street. Bacon & Ronan display some handsome curtains in their windows. A new sidewalk has been laid on Troy street, north of the borough limits. Fresh made butter is in good remand, and first quality brings a fair price. The Rink will be opened for the first time in several months, on Saturday nigni, Miss Ella Borden, of Plainfield, Wis., is visiting her cousin, Miss Effie Clark. Landlord Taylor is making numerous improvements to the Packard House. Mix & Whitman lost a valuable Jer sey cow on Tuesday. Milk fever was the cTuse. No; the pipes to bring the water from Lake Nephawin to the boro, have not been laid. Particulars of the concert to be given Fillinpr Teeth and Plate-work at. reasonable 1 next Friday night will be found Oil the rates. Plates. 46 00 each, satisfaction euar- small hiliu Court Stenographer Head is improving in health. A furniture factory is being talked of at Laporte. Capt. A. L. Cooper, moving to Kansas. f Troy, intends Peleg Peck, of Troy, has a very tine collection of rare coins. The Thorndale tannery, near Laporte, is 10 start up again. QLEVELAND & MANLEY, PHYSICANS & SURGEONS, Office up-stairs, Bullock's corner building. Residence, cor. Union and Division streets, opposite school house. yy S. LEWIS, PHYSICIAN k SURGEON. 1 lor ofllce The editor of the Laporte Republi can sells patent medicine. Rev. Thos. K. Beeeher is presidant oi tue iMimra oi cycle club. Miss Maggie McCabe, of Troy, has been seriously ill with diphtheria. Clark & Whitman and L. Freedman have new advertisements this week. There were six divorce cases at the recent term of the Tioga county court. Each Saturday afternoon reserve work. Office and Residence 20 Canter Special attention devotsd to Lnns and Skin diseases. street. Throat W. PARSONS. PHYSICIAN 6 SURGEON, Office ovur Clark A Whitman's Drug Store Residence. 300 Mam Street. Special attention devoted to Heart, Lung and Kidney diseases. A. MILLIARD, I). D. S. DENTIST. . The Towanda library has iust receiv ed an addition of one hundred volumes. Col. Allen McKean, of Towanda, died last week Tuesday morning, aged 77 years. Mrs. Fanny Pratt, widow of the iate Dr. Ebenezer Pratt, was born in Litchfield, Conn., July 4, 1793. She was the daughter of Rev. Simeon Powers, a Baptist minister. She was married to Dr. Pratt Feb. 24, 1811. In early life she became a disciple of Christ, and with her husband identified herself with the Church of Christ'in Canton in 1850. Mrs. Pratt was naturally of a sweet and lovely disposition, combining therewith a simple yet sublime faith and trust in God, she enjoyed a serene and peaceful lite. Hers was a vigorous mind, well stored with a varied knowledge, but especially with that knowledge which maketh wise unto salvation. Every faculty of her mind was fully retained until the last. Through the infirmity of age and frailty of this tabernacle, she put off the mortal to put on immortality. Thus in that same sweet serenity which had characterized her all through life, did her earthly journey close on Sunday morning, April 4. Five daughters, ail far past the meridian of life, live to cherish the sweet memory of a blessed mother. Many of her grandchildren reside in and about Canton, who will associate her memory with the tender-est recollections of the past. On Tuesday, April 6, we laid her away to sleep until the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Presbytery of Lackawanna will hold its annual meeting at Scran ton ou April 19. An effort will be made to prevent the granting of licenses to certain hotels in Wellsboro. anteed. Offlce over Clark ,t Whitman's Drug store. - ate P AT i BALDWIN BROS' & GO'S. JJ E. DANN, Teacher of Sinatnn, Piano and Oram. Elementary and Advanced classes in vocal i music were organized Oct. 1. Comfortable rooms for practice, v 1th use of Piano and Or- ' gan. special Inducements to non-resident pupils. Headquarters for Sheet. Music and Music Hooks. Kooms, 112 Main St., Canton. j? BLACK, ME R C HA N T TA I LOR. Fine Custom Clothing at Moder- riees. BED PEANK, MER CHA N T TA I L OI! , Over the Bank. Kine Samples to select from. Fine Suit made to order for 25. I'ants, $5, $6 and 7 Tests, iJ. jo, J3.00 and $3.50. IS .MOHAN tiforms the Public ! hat a u!l line of Bakery Goods k Confectionery A,u iii i onnuon iiiiiui. milters' yeast toi sale. Also a ptood line of groceries. Meal.-served at all hours at the old stand. stern 7 PERCENT. INTEREST, Payable! semi-terest guarante investment are gate. O'Doxm Those who patronize our business local column get their money back every time. H. H Taylor is laying the foundation for a new house, on -North Miiii.t-'-iiuti avenue. Rev. A. S. Morrison will preach at i the North Onion school house next .Sunday, at 2:80 p. m. Amasa Mix is preparing to build a meat market on the lot adjoining Stone's jewelry store. The Canton ("horns Class will give its closing concert for this season on Friday night, April 23. Miul E. Lilley, Esq., has been appointed administrator of the estate of the late B. A. Hazleton. The basement of the Methodist church is to be carpeted, and otherwise improved in appearance. Among other improvements to his house, Dr. J. E. Cleveland hasjust put in ,h Hneiy-arranged bath-room. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hoffman and 1S1 iss (j race Sayles, of Troy, visited Miss ie Ingham one day last week. urprise visit was paid Mrs. I. C. Wright ou Monday night, andahanvl- fome willow rocker was presented to her. The oil well at Fields Station is down 1000 feet, and it is proposed to drill 600 feet deeper. K. N. Mott, of LeBoy, died last Thursday morning, after an illness of several months. The Northern Central railroad has reduced the price of its 1000-mile tickets to two cents per mile. Saturday evening a shooting affray occurred at Tompkins Station, near Nelson, that will probably provea serious matter for all parties interested. Two middle aged men, J. Cole and W. E. Smith, had a grudge against one another; Smith started toward home and Cole followed him and asked hiin why he (Smith) had been lying about him. This led to some hard words, and Smith tried to get a revolver outof his pocket and the weapon was dis charged. Cole realizing his danger, grubbed Smith's right hand, but Smith had the weapon in bis left hand, and in the struggle for supermacy, the revolver, a 34-calibre,wa8 discharged. the ball entering Cole's back near the back bone and nearly passed through his body. It is rumored that there is a woman in the case. Wellsboro Advocate. The house and lot at East Canton formerly owned by J. M. Kosler, deceased, is now owned by M. R. Foster. John Cravton and family, of Alba, wish to return thanks to their many friends who recently presented them with a cow. The Sheriff's allowance for boarding theconnty prisoners has been cut down from fifty cents to thirty-seven and a half cents a day. We suggest for the consideration of the business men of the town the importance of establishing a free readiug room. In these days of cheap newspapers the expense of maintaining such an institution would be very slight and incalculable good would result. Aside from the rent and the care of the room, but little money would be required, as we have no doubt many papers and magazines would he donated; If anyone feels an interest in this subject, and every one should, we would like to hear an expression, with a view to putting the scheme into immediate operation. District Attorney Angle and ex-District Attorney McPherson, both of Towanda, have formed a co-partnership for the practice of law. Athens has thirty-four business! places and Say re ten. ("anion has thirty two business places, Troy thirty-three, Towanda seventy-t ight. The Barclay Coal Company will ct three million leet or lumber from their i tal, $27,070 39 land near Barclay this season, where! thu nmnnnnv lu.i lorn .,iltu tK., ! Wheatley hits taken the contract. The Gazette says there has been a great deal of sickness in the Troy graded school, as well as in the-town, and the consequence has been disordered classes and a difficulty in keeping the scholars in line. There has been hardly a year in the history of the school when it has been so subject to constant interruption, and from unforeseen causes. It lias been a mere coincidence, however, and in no way due to the sanitary condition of the school, which is good. The Women's Foreign Missionery Society of Lackawanna Presbytery, whose treasurer is Mrs. E. M. Hoffman, gives the following gratifying receipts for the past eiiHit years: 1878, $1782 49; 1879, $2440 03; 1880, $2610.14; 1881. $334064; J882, $3358.11: 1883, 1884, $44o2 76; 1885, $4914.73. To- Troy Gazette. annually. Principal and in-d. Parties having funds for invited to call and investi- ' S?tL" Ll.Of K, Canton, 1 1 9, m n nil Til II SH 1 18 gill HAS JUST RECEIVED A FINE LINE OF T TC LLliiJ Dull I Hi HAS JUST RECEIVE SEASONABLE GOODS ! CONSISTING OF LADIES' AND GENT'S SLIPPERS IN GREAT VARIETY, AT WAY DOWN PRICES. ALSO LADIES' AND GENT'S FEATHER-WEIGHT RUBBERS, AND THE HANDFORD VENTILATED RUBBER BOOT, the only boot made that will not sweat the feet. Give them a trial and be convinced. LUMBERMEN3 WOOL BOOTS and Rubbers in all styles. Also LAMES' and CHILDREN'S RUBBER t rvrt?- t.53?,TrON ARCTICS and ALASKAS. Our stock of LADIES FRENCH CURACOA KID AND PEBBLE GOAT SHOES is very large, consisting of oil styles and widths at bottom prices. Our whole stock kip boot at $2 50 still leads. Call and see. mi P LEWIS. s JSoquet, The Best FIVE-Cea. CIGAR in Town, at O'DONNELL'S RESTAURANT. Wes: :ate HAVE Call and see them. MRS. M. I LYON Wishes to inform the Ludtes of Canton and vicinity that she has just received a complete line o. MILLINERY GOODS Of every description, which she will sell at Ihe Mrs. Chas. One's house on Center j street litis been resbingled, and a new j fence is being built around the preiu-' ises. Mi's. M. A. Lyon went to New York Tuesday to purchase new millinery goods. She will return the last of this week. An effort is being made to have the night tor holding prayer meetings in this place changed from Wednesday to Thursday. George A. Guernsey, ticket agent for the Is" . Y., L. E. & W. railroad, has sold a large number of Western tickets this spring. Clarence Wright lias secured from Mrs. Fauny Price the eon tract for making extensive repairs to her cottage this spring. Hurry Davenport started for St. Louis on Thursday night to rejoin the Effie Ellsler company, which has been taking a rest. Mrs. Gibson, of Elmira, has been engaged as soloist for the concert to be given by the Canton chorus class next I' riday night. When the repairs to M. P. Lewis's house are completed it will be one of the handsomest in town. Five tire-places are to be put in. ! We invite attention to the advertise-! ment of Win. Armstrong in this issue, i His catalogue contains many rare and choice plants and seeds, ami are sold under bis guarantee that they wili I prove satisfactory. Last Sunday evening the young people of the Presbyterian church and society formed a "Society of Christian Endeavor," begining with sixteen members. The object of the society is "to promote :m earnest christian life among its members and to make them more useful in the service of God." Troy Register. John A. Inncs has rented .1. 1 Both well's house and will occupy it! this week. Meanwhile work is pro-' pressing on his new house on Center street. Mr runes and wife will be a welcome addition to Canton society. Dr. H. N. Merrick's family started Monday for Onida, Sully Co;, Dak. I The Doctor will stay here a few weeks. jWe hope the Doctor and his family. ' wiii find pleasant friends in their new : j home, and that fortune will smite upon ' them. A surprise visit was paid to Grant Sweet, at. Carpenter, ou Wednesday night, by a large party from Canton and vicinity, the occasion being his 21st birthday. A very pleasant time was had, which will be described in Our next. I Joshua Derrah, who was employed sixty years ago in delivering tue Herald ami Free Press over a route in the lower end of the county, and who now resides in Canton, Bradford county, called :' the Herald offlce this morning. Norristown Herald. Ti WI editors ai oilier uara names because one fraternity got a new pair of pal spring. This state of atfairs is as bad as it is out in Indiana they call a m m a dude if he once a month. calling'each one of the t pants this almost where bathes The people of Blossburg recently destroyed the doors and windows of a house in which a disreputable business was carried on. Legal measures having failed, the populauce t?ok the matter into their own bauds. Found. At my front door on Tuesday morning, not a iold bracelet nor a I purse of money, neither a strange baby, i but a nice new ladder twenty feet lone; and now, Mr. Editor, if you should discover the doner, please thank him on my account. T. 8, Manley. A union temperance service will be held at the Presbyterian chureh next Sunday evening. Ite v. Wm. Armstrong will deliver the discourse. The trout fishing season opened yes-terday. Parties sending reports of big catches to this office must accompany them with the fish not for publication, but as a guarantee oi good faith. The Baptist Social Union had an enjoyable entertainment at the chureh 011 Tuesday evening. We were unsble to get a copy of the program, but under-i ers, and four beer bottlers. J. Q. Ingham, the Elmira architect, ! stand it consisted of readings aud reci- The mercantile appraisement list shows that there are fifty -one licensed hotels in this county, ten licensed eat ing houses, five wholesale liquor deal- LOWEST PRICES. She wishes ail to see her goods Vk chasing elsewhere. No trouble goods. Uive her a call. fore pur-to show was in town last Saturday to confer with the trustees of the Presby terian chureh, bef'oresubmitting plans for the proposed repairs to their church. Commencement exercises at the Canton graded school this year will be unusually interesting. There will be an oratorical contest for a handsome prize, offered by Prof. Palmer, besides essays I aud music. tations from Longfellow, singinir. etc. all numbers being nicely rendered. Lewis H. Fitch will sell at bis premises in East Canton, April 20, at 10 a. In speaking of Mrs. M. E.Gibson, ttSlte "Her voce , T ' . . . the Syracuse Herald says: is unusually pure, sweet, flexible and sympathetic. It seems to be no effort for her to sing. She will always be cordially welcomed in this city." She has been engaged to sing at the concert next F't iday night. j dog, household goods, etc. - It is reported that fishermen have unlawfully been taking trout in the streams oi Tioga, Ly coming and Potter counties, for the past two weeks.

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