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   Daily Era, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               i i m j BOYLSTON Pa. AND NIQHT. THE AILY D. F. MORRIS. O. J. LANE IDERTAKE1S Call and Hxiunine our Stock. 4 PA. Day find Night. J VOL. M'KEAX FRIDAY APRIL 1886. NO. 154. HIS HEJJP IRELAND ttt Dublin to Make LUWH for Irishmen. Finances Ucr Own Exception of Certnln Applauding Irish. jpril Iu the House of Mr. on the Irish fjuestiou occu- and twenty-five began at and finished at precisely. Every salient part mriona applause aud at hia supporters tendered him the cheering lasting Mr. Gladstone said that it had beeu possible to to the House tbo whole policy jitention of tbe government with ref- Tie questions of the of Hie TrisJi government were lyand inseparately blended. .11 were Bpwwible ia.sk to elucidate both rjuea- Contiuuing ho of any provious tusk upon me diversified an exposition. In plating the magnitude of the J fedwitb painful but that 113 absorbed in tlie feeling of re- lity that will he upon me it' L fail to homo to tlie public the magnitude of the various aa- tiio question. should no fence und skirmish with this in. We Hliould corue We-should gel rootnf it and take menus not morely fcwants of or hut iitotbe Wu havour- atago in our political tiro roads part ono from Ihi won proJiftbly to intact scomo when in duly ami honor t roast cunie to putne decisive sola- this muUi-r. Our intention in to to tho of Commons ifhnpjMly will liberate ut from stiaitiH under which 4ithafi inertucuuilly to biiftiiioaH the country and and h'sh Imrmonions Biilain Ireland free iuHlitufion.H Scotchmen and Itisb- aro attached.1' which vvero prolonged hy taaetotcmtsniherH tlio condition of crime dsioco Mr. OladHtono de- wercion legislation not as bat as u trying to find .sustenance in a letnly meant for n but citcr- pioTccl no curr-. .Its disaffection to prevail in Ireland and if andScolliind had .suffered similar ipj ho belicvtcl the people of these iwwoald resort to similar bIrish to present thoir griovancc.s. froa tlie Coercion ittetUobea failure. Coercion uu- unbend tug uad under an lo government must fail. Hnch England should never resort to niryother means hud failed. Wluit i of the whole mischief was was discredited in Ireland. It. Dtbtm with a foreign aspect illenifttivc to coercion was to strip its foreign character and invent domestic character. tbo Irish Ireland tepreseuteci numerically us a rule and Scotland had not the England made her own M Scotland had been encouraged to jttown lawn. The consequence way oaiuspriDg of the law of both aod Scotland was felt to bo Scotch. The nminporing of Ireland wns not felt hy tho peo- Irish. He deemed it little lew to hold that tlio state of law described conduced lo the great and noble world- Sometuiug was imperatively from tho government. It that they restore iu Ireland tho of civil free course of wjibwty of every individual iu legal the conference the sympathy of the people apart from which no country jjjw a civilized country. the problem before them It now to reconcile imperial adversity of legislatures. Mr. that those purposes wore re- More than ho deiunudcd the Parliaments with view of the ompiry. audflcioua he countries'bad solved the more difficult circuiu- bo said to respect to thai Ireland did destroy to tbe case of Nor- countries were of tho union Parliament iu no about ita ability to do that when wu have passed through tbe preseat critical period and disarmed the jealousies with which aay charges were approached. But at the present there were threo classes oi' people of whom they weie buund to consider the class with thn land- the civil sprvanU and officers of the government in aud tbe Protestant minority. ffe could not iidmit the claims of tbe Protestant minority in Ireland or eUewhtre an to rule questions which were for the whole of Ireland. Several schemes for Ulster had been sub- mitted to him. One was that the Ulster province should be excluded from the operation of the another that a separate antonoiny be provided for and a third that certain rights should be their administraiiou placed under the coctro- of councils. No one of these proposals had appeared to tho governmeut to bo so com- pared and justified by its merits or the weight of public opinion in its favor as to warrant them in including it iu the hill. Ho by sjiyiog th.it these proposals deserved fair consideration in the free debate that would follow the introduction of the bill and it miirht lead to the discovery of one plaa which hud a predominating amount of support the government would do tht'ir beu to adopt the plan that likrly lo giro general satUf-iction Bcferriug to the great setllcmcafc of J7rt Mr. Glad-tone said it was not a real settlement and why 'i Was it claimed that he prevented a real pottlemeui. being made. from the Irish it was a mistaken policy of England in lis- teniog to a pernicious voice aud of Tho Irish Parliament la-bored yrent disodvaotugea. it had on its part of spirit ot freedom emancipated Kocrwu and when Roman iu were still uueiuaricip-itcd it. received FiUwillmm with open and vvhtn after brief career he WHS called from England tlje Irish .Parliament registered their enufUlonco in him by passing a reso- huioa desiring that he should still admin- ister g'jveruiuent. J.ird Fitxwilliam liitd promoted the admission of JJoman Catholics tho and thero was a in Parliament if it had bad free would have done noble work and have SFwed this government iutiuite trouble. Tho Picmicr said hu would pasa tu imuinfhow to uive Ireland n legislature1. To d'oal with I rein ml from imperial a flairs he way confronted lit the out- set with what ho fell to be u formidable dilemma. Ireland was to have u liu leaiiiluluru for Irish Mfaira. That his postulate from which ho set uut. Iriyh nieruliii'H and Irish repre- acnLivo pet-ra in either Houee to continue tu be of the representatives Ho thought it would bu p'irfeoily clear t-hut if Jfiihuid wuti to a domustiu Irish pisera and Irish representatives could comu tho House of Coramous to con- trol English and Scotch oflnirs. Tiiou witli rctfiird to the question whetbor Iriah should come tu the House of C'Huiuons for the sofcfclemenb of j imperial ntTnira ho thought conld not bc- dono. arrived at the aion that ii'ish mcmhor-i aud Irish ought not to sit in tho pulticc of Westminister. Irish membcrd were nofc to sit in tliu of Commons. Irish PIHTS nol to sifc ia tbe other Jfouso nf Parliament. iCrien of And How were tbe to ba taxed. If they had delegates io both con u tries he believed thtifc Great Britain would never impose upon Irelnnd taxation with representation. If they to have taxation without then came another question which a practical they to give up Mint fiscal unity of the empire. He did not think that by up the fiscal unity of the empire they were up by the coiuploto unity of Lhe empire how- stood upon tbe substantial that to give up tho tisc.tl unity of the em- pire would his public inconvenience and miflforlmiK. It would bo mislbituuc Great JJritain find misfortune for Irt-land. Tho bill then provided that rppreycnlativen of Ireland .should not. longer s-it in of or Iriyh pners sit in the Ilonao of but at the same lime they would have the of addressing tlie crown and so possess all the rights tlicy held now. fCrieg of and to trade and it would by misfortune to Ireland to populate from The Irish ParlinmeuL would havo nothing to do with coinage or post- oiliccs. subject postoHice would be left to the judgment of though the was inclined to the view thofit would be mord convenient to Iravo postoflice matters in the hands of tlie Post- master General. Quarantine and or two other matters were left in tlie same category. The bill lie proposed to- introduce provi- ded for two orders which would sit and de- liberate together with the right of voting separately on occasion and on demand oi eit.hor body which should be ablo to inter- pose n veto upon any measure fora limited time cither until the dissolution or for three years. The orders would bo consti- tuted as were the twenty-eight representative peers who could not continue to sit iu tho of Lords allor tho of the people left this House. Thoy won hi have tho option sitting a portion of the fir-t order in the Irish Parliament with the power of sitting for life. Some people thought that option was uot likely to be largely but he was number. of proposed that with tho pMjra now in tho .ll'ouso of Lords there should sit. seventy-five representatives elected by Ihe .Irish people. With rfg.ird to tho of electing the constituency would he composed of occupiers of laud of tho valuo of .L''J5 and nod the representatives would he elected for ten years. The propBrty qualification oCrfp- resentatives would ba annual valuo or a capital value of He pro- posed that tho hundred and ono Irish members in this House hhonld bn mem- bers of the Irish Piu'liament and tho first order of the legislative body would eoosist of 103 members the second order would consist of 20G. It was pro- posed to retain the but ha would not be the representative of a party or go out of ofiice with the outgoing govern- ment. The Qneen would bo empowered to delegate to him any prerogative she cow enjoyed or would enjoy. The relig- ious disability now existing would ba re- moved. With regnid to judgoa who have been concerned 'in the administration of criminal law iu Her Kujealy ffiiukk if she saw cause by order in council flc antedate of pensions of those particular bnt is future the judges wonld be appointed by tho Irish govern- ment and be paid out of the consolidated fund and be removable only on a joint address of the two orders. The con- stabulary would remain under the present terras of service and under the present authority. Tbe charge Cor constabulary was now a million and'a half pounds uiid he felt confident that tbe charge would h..- bat tor the present he prouosed t.o relieve the Irisb legUlativu body of all expenditures for constabulary in excess of a million pounds per annum Ttie ffnverament had drsire to exotupt UIH plane of Ireland ia reference to iLs final position irom the ulti- mate control of the Irish legislative body. He had uo jftrvionsy en that the care of providing for the ordinary security of and property was the diUv of a local government. With resptct to the civil service tho gov- ern men I did not think their caBe same as that of the aod its transfer to the bod woaUleffect a great economy. He therefore thought ifc would be wise to authorize civil servantR to claim the pension that would he dne tn them upon the abolition of their provided they served two ye.u-.s in order to prevent inconvenience from a rapid trucsi- tion of the and ibc ol' that time both r.boald be TO tiatc afrffih. Tiiat was all had tn on the of the new Iiish constitn- tioa. Tbe prop which ho liml hi frhould bear w w thought th.it o not of that i He hit rd tiiis thnt Ireland Ui fourteen. He Iri.sii ought to s art with a UUtin.-je to it.s btJt the only fun-l that ir wonl-1 have if IffV alone thf. noiiUirv from tho church ni-id. knew of no way of ct-pt by c.i Bud ho prop tsp.d thus in future. 7rebnil shonM puy toward imperial ex- pftuditure. Ho then on t-o speak OQ how much gained by to jiituin and how much Great Britain would lose to Ireland by the flow from ouo to the other. Continuing Mr. Gladstone naturally has hten said in E-gland and Scotland that we for r. great many years past been struggling to pass good laws for Ireland. We bnvc sacrificed our neglected our interests and paid our money and we have done all this in an en- deavur to give Ireland good laws. That is quite true with regard to the ycuerai coursw of legislation since 13-19. Many ot those laws buvp. been passed under an influence which I can hardly describe ns the influ- ence of ftur. regard to the history of the land question no man coold know that until be Lad followed it from year to year beginning with the Devou commis- ilia appaiulmoufc oi' iu my did the highest honor to the memory of Sir liobert Peel a-id then to examine the mode iu which the whole labors of that commission had been frrwir.'ifccd by tho dominion of selfish interest. from the ParnelHte He did not deny the good in- tentions the JJritiah Parliament to pfna good Jaws for but in order fco work oufc the purposes of government there was something1 more in this world occa- siuually required than the parsing of good laws. II way sometimes necessary not only that yooil laws nlionM bo passed bnt that thoy should be passed by tbe proper persons. The puss- ing oi' uinuy good laws was not enough in cases wbero the strong instinct of the peo- marks ol' situation and nofc only that theso law.s should he good hub that thfy should proceed from cocgeuial ivnd native sources and that besides good laws tbey should be tbeir own laws. from the Irish times I have doubted whether this necessity has been fully developed and especially to Ireland. If doubts cmild have been entcrlaioed before the last general election they cannot now be entertained. Tbe principle he hud laid down be was lying down for Ireland ex- ceptionally. It way very principle upon which within his recollection and to the immense advantage of the country Parlia- ment hud not only altered but hail revolutionized our of meut. When ho held office at the Colonial office Olty years ago the colonies were gov- erned from Downing street. Tbe result waa that the home government was always in conflict with these countries which bad legislative rwsemblics. They had continual shocks bnt all that had been changed. Tbe .British Parliament had lawn for the colonies but the colouiod don'i- want your good lawn. We want our own good Parliament admitted the rea- sonableness of tho principle. It had now tin me homo lo us from ncross i.hci the House had now to consider wbethur il- was applicable to the case of Ireland. They now stood face to lace with what was termed Irish venting itscll in a demand Ior general self-government in in imperial affairs. con- Mr. hold is there issnch n thing as local which in itself is not bad but The is full the Scotchman is full of local the Scotch nationality is as strong ni it ever and if the need were to arise T believe il would ready lo assort itself us ifc in tbo days of Jian- uochburti. cheers K I have read Irish miafortuueand calamity have wedded bcr sons to her soil with an embrace yet closer than is known else- and the Irishman is still more pro- foundly Irish. But it dees uot follow thai because his local putiiotistn ia strong thai- he should be incnpiible of an imperial patriotism. There fire two modes of ihe subjtjct whleh have been ftrpueU. One iy to present whr.t we now recommend us tind tlio other is to it nsn. choice of mul us the lessor among the varied evils with which as possibili- ties we are confronted. 1 Jiftvo the miiUcr ns if it had been a choice of I have I'cecK'imecl as facts and us entitled to fittentuw jealousies which I myself do not share or T have ariruci'i it on ihaturouutl us theonly on which it can be rct'oniintndcd not only to a mixed auditory but to the public mind or to the country that. give minute invustjgalion tu nil portions of this complicated I do lot know whether it may appear too but in than all upon the and sonorous sentiment of the two British looking forward I ask the believing that no irivial jaotive could have driven us to in tho work we have which we believe will restore Parliament to its free and unimpeded course. I ask them to stay the waste of public treasure under the present system of government and. ad ministration in which is not waste a waste which demoralizes while it exhausts. I ask them to show to Europe and America that can i'ace the political problems which America had to face twenty vears ago atid which many countries in Europe have been called upon to face and have -act feared to deal with- I that we shall practice as we have often preached and WAI in our case WP. should be rirm and fear- less in applying the doctrines we hare oft inculcated in others the concession of local self-government is not tlie way to sap and but to strengthen and consolidate unity. I ask that we should learn rely lesson mere written on those belter written on the heart and mind of man. I ask that we should apply to Ireland thu happy experience we have trained in England and Scotland where a course of gen- erations has now taught as a a but aa a matter of practice and the best and foundation we can find to build on is a foundation afforded by the affections and convictions and will ot man'and that it is thus by the decree of the Almighty far more than by any other method we may entitled to .se- cure at once the social tho power and the permaueuce of the empire.'' Mr. Gladstone resumed Iiis seat amidst a burst of cheers which lasted manv minutes. Mr. Parnell favored the main points of the bill fis a satisfactory settlement of the long standing dispute between the two countries. Tbe was imperfect and needed revision. i TilE BODIES RECOVERED. JLata of the Terrible Kullway Disaster utlTebl Deoriield. Mass April Throughout the night tbe traiuraeu in removing the wreck at the of the West Deerfield disaster and are still engaged in the task. Up to noon ten bodies have been of which nine were removed from benwath the eub- raergod wreck and one froiu a ear iu which the victim hnd been burued to deuth. A.3 nor.r can now iie thirty psreous were woundeil. Engineer Lilt-lejobn died at 6' o'clock this morning. Conductor Foster not an badly hurt- as way reported. Superintend- ent of the National died this The bodies of two men whose names are supposed to bu White-house and Hayden are in charge of an un- dertakur here. Among the later bodies taken to Shelburn Falls were supposed to be those of Henry Couquillfird and n man named Tem- ple. Tbe extent of tbe damage to the train could not be clearly seen until when it was found that the en re that lud been hurled down the embankment were with one exception burned tu tbe water's edge. Tbe loss will he about It is reported late this afternoon that another body bas jnst- boen recovered irom tbe wreck. IIK MUST J5B CKAXV Queer of a Vomig tJnpane.se nf a York YoKKj April S. Imobeche a twenty-year-old camo to this city two aud one-balf years ago with a fair knowledge ot English and got. a situation as a waiter. A month ago Goto appealed to tbe Young Men's Christian Association to fluil him work and s. home. Tbe Association sent him to Mrs. Dine Broderick's at 275 Fourth aveuuc. Goto got un idea that William H. Vamlerbilt's daughter was anxious to Fee him. lie visited tbe Vanuerlnlt mansion a hall dozen but promptly Kent away each time. On Tuesday be told Mrs. Broderick that lie kuew that Vander- bilt was concealed in Mrs. Broderick's room. To buinor him Mrs. Broderick let him. search her room. Goto looked under tho bed and iu the and was greatly excltod when be found no fraco of Miss Vonderbilt. He tried to force his into lirodcrick'a room laler in tbe and then tbe landlady bad him arrested. lie told Justice Weldc to-dav tlmt be was not but wanted to find his who he knew was concealed in the Jfo was sent to tbe care of the Charity Corniniasiooers for examination. THAT CHINKSE IXSULT. n1 Hjifjar to be Accountable by tlio State April M. Acting Rsiiic- tary of tbe Trewnry Kuirchild had not np to a latoi hour this evening received a reply from Collector Ifagnr at Saa Francisco ng his alleed affront the new Chinese er. Jo of the instruc- tions sent Collector i'. inexplica- ble at tbn duparimeut how be conld Imvc HO far deviated from thorn ns to oiler any however slight. The fiii'h therein a prejudice on tbe I'ncirtc const against tbe Chinese will not in this case by allowed to shield Hie Collector nor prevent the dcpirtmcnt Irom holding him to accountability for withholding proper ronrtesy to his excellency Yien Jfoon. Collector Kagar's reply is awaited with much anxiety in hope that his version of tbe atl'iiir may show thnt tho newspaper accounts are exttgKerated. At tbe State Department it is thought a ijrerit affront hns olTcred tbe Cm'nesu crnmenfc for which amends cnu only be properly got by promptly brioainK ro ac- conut. the uflonOing oillcials nnd a suitable apology. to'thls. aud abatis the TheRnswor is oiilv found In a view which rests of cH's'pnir of absolute condemnation of Jreiaun Irish i ns exceptions to the ijcncftcifti which have iv.ade in KnroDean and in particular Englishmen and AmcS-cnpabloof thnt an mode ration and natural meS for time all Uwt can unJcr ssfS at jjt. I EAST ST. April S posse of 000 summoned hy Sheriff Kopie- qnet from Belleville lost uvonir-K appeared this morning nod were sworn in as depu- ties. No interference was offered by the strikers to-day. Very Htile ireigti'- was hniidled iu any of the excepting tho Wahnsb. where every I bin a progressed the same ns if there wns no strike. The sberift sent all bis popso borne nfc n o'clock this afterooon. and pays if further need for their services does not appear they will not be returned. ___ CUy Fish G Kennedy street. H A liiifjo riot Unearthed. April Officer Thomas Gibson has informed tbe mint offi- cialatbabhe bas unearthed a plot of New York cracksmen to rob the mint. Ihe plan was to hire a house in Jumper street aud tunnel from it to a vault of the mint. Tbe wonld be but there is an amount of to reward the psrsoos who might penetrate tbe van its. EXGJSKERS. Three Engineers. No Free Colnngc of Silver. April S.-Tbe _bill for the free coioage of jllwr was deieaUd m the House to-dsy hy a vote oi 12B to 103. THREE Three Q-Ot gioeers. NOTES FROMTHE WELLS. TVHAT IS GOING THROUGHOUT THE VARIOUS FIELDS. A Well With iv Gooil Showing at Sliouse- Effect of lluaslau Oil Upon tbo Kxport The Status of rko tined T dispatch to THE KRA.I April on the Wyiie bad a bit in tbe hole tbis morning. They got it out this afternoon and are drilling. Ib was thought that they would have have to pull the 4A-inch casing out aud rim down. The gas appears to be exhausting. Tbe inten- tion is to drill tbe well in if possible with. pulling it- Smith No. '2 was moving the boiler to- day. They expect to get to drilling by morning. Tbayer No. lost the bailer and are g it out. be Gordon well wag shot last night. Up to a late hour this evening it- bad not re- The ahofc has bnd bub little effect. The Dyer well twenty-four hour gauge was 404 Pew Emerson Gufty Thayer 204. OHIO. The Diuglecliuo at o'clock last was thirteen feet in tbe aud had aboct 5UO leet ol' oil ia the well. This id in f he neighborhood of the Mandevilie welK and will rm donbt be u good one. It is owned by tbe Trenton Kock Oil and will he completed to-day. Tho Liberty Oil -Ketfnmg Company's on tbo McOullough will be iu Tuesday barring no tbe Eastern geutlemeu wbo are connected with this company are expected hero to- morrow evening. While hero tbey will select the grounds ior their aud make other arrangements toward pushing their work forward. Tbe Mandeville No. 2 has not done any flowing since it was finished. The well was finished Saturday night and will be pre- pared for pumping this week. The well will no doubt be a yood Ib bas been drilled deeper in than any heretofore sank. The Lima Drilling Company has fakeu tbe contract for drilling tbe Van well. Work will begin im- mediately. The tank and pumping machinery were sent to Leipaic yesterday by A. C. Baxter. and Slater of tbis phee. The show lias been very good they reached tbe salt water and theu plugged tho well. Farther np at West on the oil is pronounced n failure. Bowling Green still holds her gns wells. Bell in Logan will wink n well and are getting their timbers of tbe Coss Manufacturing Company. TUB MARKET. NEW April oil which was reduced an eight U last Wednes- tij-clay on tho ntroiigth of Cttblti from Vienna that a heavy fax was ro De imposed on Russian petroleum marked up a tVflction. Tue market was remarkably strong aud all offers below the quotation were flatly rejected. before tho close yesterday three cargoes were sold .May loading. Bnt a moderate business was transacted nt the advance. The close wag 73c here and 7.icat the ontporlfi. Tbe foreign markeU prompt delivery being in fair demand. Of the London market tbe The market for American teliued bas a qnicl as the time of year in fast approaching when tbe demand naturally be expected to full and only a moderate business baa been trans- acted at A small fractional spot oil offering at 5 for the month at aud for September to Biicerabur nt per gallon. KusMan oil is also tbo turn but all other mineral oils are salable without noticeable change in value. The Crusader with yalions petro- leum oil nn has jnsi. ar- rived here from New York. Cases have ruled in but modernf.c de- mand. Quotations are unchanged at ncL'orniag to brand. George IT. Lincoln's mnutuly circular that our with Singapore and other eastern ports continues to grow. India aud .Tupnu are uot faking as much oil as iiPiial. Of the Kngliijlj ivfined market T. H. Samuel of date of .March Tbe lower piices tha- were anticipated lliia month have set in rather Inter than ivan owing to the Jnng of several brought about by the recent adverse winds. After remaining linn at since the month the price of petroleum bus now declined in Liverpool to per gallon. Future prospects are nt present rather un- in a trreat deal depsruls upon as next season u large nf Russian oil will be pbced ou tho English markets or not. The low now ruling mnst certainly hfi very lo Rnw-inu and it is poHSiblc that iliay may withhold t'heir nnfil wnll on into by which time in ihe absence j c.f Russian nave considerably advanced in Hi-a. the 7th to prove tho correctness of his position. Snrely he must have 'read between the for if we read aright it as though the matter iu question sustains the assertion we have made all the way that the manufacturers of rat cigars were trying to use the K. of L. aa a mere tool to accomplish their diabolical breaking up of our organiza- tion. The dispatch as published in THK ERA explicitly states that the manufacturers undertook to coerce the malcontents iuto becoming members by refusing to employ any other than Knights. Surely it is more than passing strange that these same geii- tlemeu who but a short time siuce looked upon the 1C. of as it is said the devil looks upon holy water have all at onco all over the country taken such a lively intei- esf in its building resort to coercion when as iu He baa twice made the assertion to use bis own K. of L. placed you where you and do not loso night of the facis that they can pull you down if it becomes as you see by the initial steps taken at Pius- burg Now it' the report of the meeting referred to as .published in THE KRA was you see at once he is condemned of his own mouth. Buy no cigars without the Union label. JI. Chairman Committee. April 9. A PKPPERED PEDAGOGUE. He Claims Tlmt He Was Not the Guilty Man. fSpecial Dispatch to THE April Board of Educa- tion held a special meeting evening called for the purpose of invcstigatiux matter of Lhe iruplie.n.iou of one of the teat-hem in sending the improper letter to the young ladit-H from Ohio. Frank 0. the in was summoned before them and asked Cor his answer to the allegation. Me admitted delivering Iho letter to the young man to delivor to but denies the author of saying the writer of tho letter H traveling mrm from 0 The examination was cuniiuued at. yome length and several witoecsea wore called on to testify in the matter. There wan a full board with the exception of two mom- berg who were abat-ut from the city. The hoard were of the opinion that Frank O. Payne was not the author 01 tho note and saw DO reason fo rasa a resolution dismissal and aud have left the matter for the present. It is duo to Me. who cotuos from to add that he has been two years in the service of the board as teacher aud has borne an excellent moving in the society. Should he now full oa implication like the fflH would be great indeed. We understand the matter is still under inves- tigation and the whole truth may yet come to light. TO INVESTIGATE OTHERS KELLY'S AMKNOMENT TO COVER ALL CDARGES MADE. A. Seymour Appointed City The Stenographer's Hill Crt.ses Against Solicitor Gives Opinion. The meeting of the Common Council held last evening was attended by Presi- dent Conncilmeu Elliott. Kelly. Weaver and Waujrh. Minnies read and approved. Tlie committee appointed to audit the books of Mm Poor Board reported its April 1SS6. To Hie Select and Common Councils of the City of Your joiut committee appointed to audit the books of the Foor Hoard would rosiwcifullv ro- pon that we have examined the books ami trial the hitter accompanying this report atul ijud them correct everything sys- tematized find in proper order. The amount of monoy exncmied by the board the past year Of U'e cannot spenk too hiehly of the business mnun-r In the present bonrJ have enu- uiictcii their bminoss. 1. G. HOWR S. It. A. Committee. A communication from the City Solicitor was road PA.. April lor hijui v AlUxud tn have heon sustained by reasou of a J have had my snbptiMUis out for some timo. Also the ease of X. Sweet njraiusl tlie olty is on sumo triivl list. This case is Tor servinos romlenM by Dr. Sweet when he was oiiy physician. The only witness wo Imvo on etise isawny. I think it would be well to appoint a committw on lln-sc ctises tuui let us comer if this witness is to bo hunted up will ixMjnlrv some money. Your ohi'tHeni .vervain. H. City Solicitor. By Tlmt a commiitoi' of throe be nppointod. two from the1 Common nnd one from the .Sclcor tnprtnfcrwiili the City Solicitor in the njiUtoroflho tigninsi. the iiity now on tho trial libt in Carlisle aiul to take whatever action ilu-y deem necessary in iho promte. Adopted. By wo meet. Common Council in joint i to elect City Engineer. Tlie following resolution by Kox amended by Kelly. We the resolution mnv and ameudmcnt in full. By That tlic mi the dnv of hy this Iminoh of Couiidis to in- vosUffntc thu of F. one ho with puwor lu nrocoiid with Uie iuvcsticniinn uiul to this h bat aud tool chest given hoys' suits at Country Notes. Final steps have been taken to render the lower bridge at Oil City free. Hon. A. C. of Jefferson has introduced a bill Congress for the survey of a ship canal from J'Vacklin to Erie. Sixteen tramps confined in the AVarren lockup stole a case offices which had been recovered from u thief and left in the place for safo keeping until Uieir owuer could be found. The old excitement the existence of precious ore at Pa is revived. Heretofore it has been .silver ore that caused the prices of laud in that vicinity to go bnt now -'tis said an old Califor- nian bus discovered gold and iy working claim for all it's worth. The Warren Mail much faith is pinned to the theory of a rich mineral deposit that landholders in tho vicinity are way up in prices and have not the slightest doubt but that ere many clays their shirt fronts will be decorated with tin eh their earliest Amendment hy Ily AtMmg the words mom Dors of or city otnciiils.'' the and resolution were adopted. JOINT SKSSION. .Sevmonr was oloolod Oily J. A. Engineer. K. the nVe levying nnnuftl tax won to tbe Ordinance Committee. Tbe bill of stenographer in tbe Iviilly ALOXOK City Fish No. 0 Fvenuedy street. It. How Is Done. Berseker Cjnat from the to make nutplti by I'm ju.-jt in time. ICr may I go into tho wooda and see how it is done I giiwiK so. do you at Just as soon OH your uncle gets hack from the village with the they were the Three En- fi-fit gineers. i Smith JH an awfully slovenly woman. She loaves everything to the anil her three children just run wild. It's a shame. Haw do you know all my dear do 1 know it nil Am J over there half the tirno Mo.vlo. Moxht. The trreat nerve food. Hold and rt-tnil by THOMPSON Woon. Clark fie Raccoon oil Com- received tbo following evening their Xo. I an the .Morrow It is live in ihft and filled up leet. ft showing good. OL'R children'.- sniln nnexculled ity and prico'. To the True Knightu of Bradford. Were it not for the that there exists a possibility off ome who not being familiar with the true of the question now pendinsr b-fore tli-- fixecotive floard of K. of L. and tho Executive Committee of the I. 0. M. ''As to the propriety of allowing the of rat cigars Ibe privilege of u.sing the K. of L. as 'an instrument wherewith to if the effectiveness of the I. C. JJP -forminK conclusiona pn-jariic-ial Card of Tluinks. and filn-j. Arthur of No. 91 dosirn to return their heart full thanks to the frienrlfl whonttsintcd them in their 3atc bereavement. to the F. C. M. we would not ask vour further indulgence in this but allow it to rest upon its own Some one cot possessing the cmuage of his hut preferring to masquerade behind the de plume of K. of Cigar Tilt- has grossly misrep-eseuting this whole matter to the great detriment of ail parties and by the if what- he says are facts and not mere platitudes thrown out to why h-s not siga his name and place of a-3 this would be a splendid opportunity for gratuitous Barely if he be a tiuc Knight and his cause a juafc one -he need have no fear of beiog boycotted. He refers yon to the affair at Pittsburg of 'FlowcrM. W. C. fiorifll-t is prepared to fiirni.-'h on short notice flowers in all for Keeps constantly on hand a Jarwe variety of fine plants. No. 10 Foreman Pirec-t. 1-lB-tf To satitify yonrself call the Singtr offu'C aud yfc the new J. pnd H. A. Singer eatiruly new. GKO. F. general No. 15 Ken- nedy Pa. Itcnncft lErcrnk Tee Cojnpaiiy OJTer to .supply guaranteed free from rill upon raost reasonable terms. Office with 0. P. Cody In- surance 59 Main street. Telephone No. 213. 'l-5-tf J. J. SKEBUY. LOOK OUT for the Three __ 4 D. J. Wilder has removed hi.s office from Smith Bros.' grocery store to the office of Eiioa No. 12 Mechanic opposite Bodine SPRING overcoats Moxle. Sloxie. Moxie. p The great nerve food. Sold wholesale and retail by THOMPSON from Select brftiiuh for HriAMKiiHnf April TV the ami Common of on Lo whom ferrert tlio bill of testimony in Kelly fully report thnl wo hnvo oxamfnnl salil return tha same witliont our approval and ro- coinincMul thut piiytiUMit Ijerelus'-H for sons cxpmitscil ju'ihe opinion of llio tnrliort-to till of which 3s rcHpectfuliy snbmitfcd. A K. .1. April Chninmm of Phinnrc To A. K. nf fcfrct 1 hnyeoxanniieil Lhu IHAVOH the ofthchiltof the eommittco of the Common bra noli of hereto attachcnl nii'I you have referred in me fliiJ nt tlin oonr The antof AIny2St the wi derwhicb tbe oily way fi P. pruHorihus a mode of contracting ilubts follows. printing and fuel used in ihoCounclls and hi depftii- jncnl-s nf the Kovcrnmcul and work and materials requirod city sball by furnished anrtibo priming and nil othnr kinds of work- to he dniie lor the ttity performed under ooutmrt to bo Riven to Uus lowest bfddcsr nndur suob an slmlf be pro- scribed by and it lite duty ol forthwilli to uiiact snrh Cnunf- The did unacl an onlinaiico on tlio12lh dfiyol and among QLher provisions is lo inrurri d shull be by mitli'Os and nftprnvcd by or ordered bv resoiutHHi of Then njjahi Section of snmc not of IfiTK L. Patfu Is as to of even- city shall jircsrribu by the num- and conipeiiNfttUm of the nfltnsrs und uinployLi4i of and no payment Kb fill made from ihc city or in any authorized to anv person except to un ollU-oror employes or apmnnted in imrwrnnrcof and no orrlinance -shall except by a twO'ihirdK vote oflioib and npprovM by the giving nny oxtra to any public nr fontrflCioniltt-r shull have rendered or contract jior providing for tbe payniCMit of Hiiy clnim Ihocity without HII- thorJty of and any ofHJ-i'r drawing nny war- rant or passing nny voiiuhnr for the sumo or pay- lie k'nilt of n miidcmuunor JUKI tin con v lotion thereof be hy n lino ii.i- nmnoiU cx'reo.fliutr mie your.' i- n T -m- v j nlhLrw ari'I imprls- let us sue what tho Common law doctrine is and what tbe Supreme Court say ft on this sub- Dillon on municipal Corporations by the wuy IH a standard authority and 'jnoted in thocourUsi Iu chapter Mf IIHKO tnemodo in which contracts by oorpo- nitionK should be it is important that as is sometimes the the mode ol con- spcnhdly and plnhily prewribert aud that is exclusive and must be f-tied or the conlraoL will not bind thjn.nnd neither the municipality diuatc niliccrs make a binding WJHtract for snelt work in compliance with the and in an action brought on f-uch contracts the city may plead its in Pngf- aud also sec State re- pwcc There 14 no of Councils authorizing thin committee toemployand pay ThisconUmplRtc'l of money was not recommended by n f-ommittee or approved by Comicflfl orordercd by resolution of but only by one Therefore upon the whole it Is my opinion that this bill is not collectable unless by a tu'o-thinlH vote of both Councils and approved by tbe Let me say In conclusion that this the mode of contracting not new to me lyavca written opinion on the subject some- what similar to this Oct. which must be now on flic In the City Clerk's and I re- spectfully beg leave to refer you lo that opinion also. Your obedient 0. City Solicitor. PRICKS always lower than Enclomed Tor CongrenK. Dispatch to THE April The Repatjlicau Clab at thtir meeting evening endorsed Hon. t B. Brown for Congress from theTwfcnty-aeventh district. Walt. A graad millinery aad display. Due notice will be ft. r S i if I P -41 1 i I i. I i I   

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