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   Daily Era, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               rv r o.J BOTLSTW ST. in Bill THE DAILY ERA. O. J. LA.NH. LANE NDEBTAKERS Call and Examine our Stock. L 1D..4 ft FA. and Night. 1 SATURDAY L 1886. POINTS OF f TilAfor by an Issue of 3 Made Abso- tlie Price AVill Gladstone hav- Qotice that he would terms of hia land purchase fas in a lesser degree scenes enacted in aud of Commons on there was of notables and much an absence of that in- wbich was plainly evi- day. The House be- and was crowded to before 4 o'clock. Mr. jacce W.TJ the signal for fostic in which Parnellite members pre- rose to to the in- at this after- greeted with renewed cheer- s efforts of the past few days inroida npon the Premier's evident from the huskiness was low and weak beginning. He said that tbe paramount aim of in tbe iatrodnction of are looking to the relief of Ireland _. late plane directed to the content- rf tbe Irish people and to the Testora- order in that unhappy terms of the proposed tbe interests of tenants would be bljf bnt the landlords the principal benefit. The that many luud- toold oppose the government policy IktoaUet. It was not kin intention or Englishmen to lie pecuniary risk for Irish land- Tbe history of Ireland virtually to one lonn indictment agaiuet Great crime had not only bat hod increased under iho mof Irish landlords irom their conld not clear her- for the deedd of In tl lords after the passage of the not when absouteoinm became Mntiineut had ceased to have u iullnenco upon tho existing rcla- kttceen landlord and tenant. Jt was ion of the that tho abonld becouQH operative simul- with the home rulo meaHurc and Id not pass -without the other. Irish Legislature would bu em- to appoint ti commission duly au- to doul with all matters'relating lo tales and be empowered W mediate yonder nnd jmrcluwcr. Jjy the of the meamiroy would through Ihe of .sterling already three per stock lllmed at itd par valuu. Thewj consols might with Uio consent tfuwry he commuted forntouk of' fcttminatioiiH. it wan bttpe client to issuo l.hu proposed scrip value could Tbe object or sum purpose of to give to landlords an option Hi Tbe act in Ha provisions was MCtosively to the agricultural ilis- did DOtinchido ma-neioiiH Ititviuu ud woods. Thy authority of Uio ftlsg between peasant and luml- would purchase the laud and peasant iu possession as ibalate bltortnt charge'until the final jmy- tf the purchase .money hud been It was not the intention ol' t.ho email occupiers to become where there existed of population The State would Ibtpowor to decide wbothor the n of landlords should or should No one except the Uodlord would have tho option to tithe encumbrancer and llifin Mrt wll by foreclosure and an option for himself. i for' sale must come ill of the tenants ou the AH applications for yale by fore- Will w registered aud tbe appli- givo security for the cases. V it which such aalea are depend entirely upon the fixed period of tho land lo be sflicUl rate of rental established be Ihe standard. In canes not t'ueel at that would determine the Mimilar basia. The unrainnl toe fixed upon for the cample- wonld be twenty cases twenty-two years permiwible. Applications for nW not be received after March Stock to the amount of woaW be issued during the in 1888 and 1889. Mr. Gladstone said proposals wero first placed ------it was his intention but and Trevelyn having titt wholesale issue of stock on that tbe inevitable result would depreciation of occasion to thank them for opportunity to reconsider vinced that it would be recognized as a fitting part of a great auspicious effort to sustain plans in1 the British legislature for the welfare of what long bad been and he hoped would ever and under circumstances happier than heretofore an integral part of Her Majesty's domin- ions. Mr. Gladstone spoke two hours and fif- teen minutes aod resumed bis seat amid thunders of The opinions of Mr. Gladstone's land purchase bill expressed in the lobby are varied. The Conservatives believe tbe amount is large enough to cover the pro- posed purchased. Major member for expresses it as bis opinion that tbe land and home rale bills cannot be separated and considers tbe for- mer measure fair to all parties if it is ac- cepted later bat the he cannot be sold to the tenants in twenty years. The Irish members are divided in their opinions. Some are willing to as tve bill provides simply to get rid the land- lords. The majority of consider that eight or ten years would be long enough time in which to purchase the land. Michael Davitb to-night said the only people tbe bill would benefit would be the absentee landlords who would jump at tbe advantages offered them and would be de- lighted to get rid of their property on tbe terras specified. F f Many Radicals are pleased at tbe. reduc- tion in the sutn proposed to cover the par- cbase while the security is considered good. The to say tbe they say is ingenious. Others consider the bill ex- travagant and nob likely to pass in its present form. Mr. Chamberlain read his letter of resignation from the cabinet in which htf stated that Mr. Gladstone's Irish policy would impose too great a burden on Great Britain. In subsequent remarks he paid that tho laud though they bad been somewhat modified since ho left tbe still imposed a burden and with- out sufficient security for the loans which the scheme contemplated. He opposed the he on because it. specially protected landlords. He would tbab he was not an irrecon- cilable opponent of the bill and if tbe proposals were modified so as to remove their objectionable features ho would be happy to coase his opposition alto- 1HJUYING THE JPuuoral .Sorvhios Over the Victims of the Western Cyelouu. ST. April To-day has been one long to he remembered by resided U of this city. Twenty-three of tho victims of litst Wednesday's calamity were buried fifteen from the four from the church of the Immaculate Conception mid four from tho Baptist church. Twcuty-live Juiodrarf people at- tended which was very ioi- Tbe julirior of tbe church was iu mourning. The sobs of mingled with tbe solemn cbiiata of voices anil the sad peals of tbe rendered tbe Hcone a very pathetic one. Brief funornl servict's wore also held over the re- mains of Etlgar president of the Gorman-American utter which they were escorted to the train by City Council and members of the J. 0.0. F. They wore taken to Mich lot interment. Others of the will be buried lo-morrow. Three more of tho wounded died at ihn hospital making Mm number of deaths thus far iu uily twenty-two. The damage to property in this city ia esfi- mated at of which the niilwny company lose about Out- .sido cities biwe contributed for tbe buuelitoC the suflerers. Both in this city and Sank Kapids there is desolation aud mourning. At Sank two miles funeral .so r vices wuru held this morning over twelve of the which were buried in the Catholic cemetery. Large forces of men are working clearing up ruing and more bodies arc expected to bo discovered the debris is lifted. Tbe remains of A. E. Schaber wero found to-day under the ruins of tlie'Central Hotel with tho nock broken ami tbe Hide ot his head crushed to a pulp. His brother identified tbe which will be taken to Wisconsin fur burial to-morrow. Citizens of St. Clond are donating lumber aud already citizens are engaged in rebuild- ing their homed. The loss in this town will reach 000. The number killed in the two is known to bo fifty-three and tbcro are miss- ing ones that will probably be found us the work of clearing goes on. Tine money for clothing. GKKKNK PAY less tor men's spring dress or busi- ness suits at MAKKS BEOS'. convinced was an Jtasmiwise to ask for tbe of anything like the receiver-general for but. with- immediate contact with tbe repayment ol tbe iW be amply toe Irish exchequer would to meet which the 'able1-1 Tobacco House Damaged by Tire. April 5 a. m. fire was discovered in tbe assorting room of Robert Hamilton's tobacco house on Madi- son street between Fourth and Covingtou. Oa alarm was at once turned but the flames had gained such head- way that they were hard to extinguish. They were not completeljr under subjection until 6 o'clock. -ijhe building contained pounds of unmanufactured leaf tobacco and pounds either manu- factured or iu process of manufacture. This waa uiore or lees injured by the smoke aud aud the loss on it aud tbe ia estimated at insurance Tlie origin of the tire is un- known. INSPECT our examine our prices you will see we have distanced com- petitors. WOLFE HKNLTSJN. CKOUUKT at BKENNAN _ on and taxes government. Adding contribution to this sum paid _ to would until which Eog- of the imperial civil did wo vlo sent Ire- mn That rooted op W-bo.coto A WenUliy Citizen April Kecord of to-morrow will say that John aged one of tho most prominent and wealthy citizens of Camden. committed suicide by hanging in au unoccupied Ho haw been ia ill health for some time. K. OF L. LIGHTS INDICTED THE OUTCOME OF THE FAMOUS CON- SPIRACY CASE. A Telegraph Operator Also Implicated in the Alleged Things Looking Better for the Kail road Company- Strikes all Aloug the Line of Industry. ST. Apiil jury to day returned indictments against Martin Irons and A. C. members of the executive board of the K. of L George M. a leading member of that and S. M. a telegraph on charges of tampering with telegraph wires- Tbe indictments are the result of the famous conspiracy case in which Mc- a Western Union played such a conspicuous and questionable part. Warrants were issued for the indicted parties. Nichols has left.to wo and Jackson and Coughton arranged to appear ia tbe morning and furnish bail. The for the crime ia two years imprison- ment and a ficc not to exceed The outlook East St. Louis to-day waa more favorable to the railroad com- pany than if been since the strike was inaugurated although a Iprge num- bar of trains wore there is nothing like a fall resumption ri' traffic. The various roads arc largely deoeadeut ou the Belt Line ami the Bridge Tunnel Com- acd ihe poor success of these two companies in obtaining rueu has its effect on the roads. Oaly two switch engines were afc work on the Uelt and the Brilge Tuancl with its limited only succeeded in running twenty-five trains over the bridge. The yards on both sides of river are badly .blocked with cars. Every- thing was and orderly across the river to-day. Mayor Joyce succumbed to the appeals of tho saloou raeu uad this morning tho saloous were allowed to open from 6 a. m. lo 8 p. m. No definite time has been determined npon regarding the stay of the militia. At Texarkaim. April special from TexmkaiiR to-day says the railroad property at this place has been from military and civil protection. trams are running regularly and without molestation from the strikers. The Striking Dyers. April The twenty working dyers ot the Biglow Mill who were mobbed were shipped to their homes in northern New York this morning. They refused to return to the mill uudor any consideration. A confer- ence was held to-day between Agent Bige- low and tbe bufc no settlement was readied. The main mill i.s not working to- day aod a sfaub down of the whole estab- lishment is probable. The selectmen this posted placards quoting the law ugM'nst rioters assembling and warning the people tu obey JB. .V O. Switchmen im a Strike at Chicago. April Nearly all of the switchmen employed in the Baltimore Ohio yards struck at noon to-day because the company refused to accede to their de- maud for the discharge of Homu non- union switchmen. The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern switchmen have made a similar deuinnd and if it is not com- plied with by to-morrow they threaten to .strike. A Coiieral Tie-Up 1'rotmble. NEW April The striking drivers and coaductora of the Third Ave- nue railroad remained in secret session un- til a late hour to-high b and it was gen- erally understood that the strike will be continued. The Empire Association also hold a meeting this evening and it ia niiriored that other lines will he ordered out to-morrow ami a general tie-up is probable. _ Labor Troubles. NEW April The ware- house men of Brooklyn who struck yester- day for better pay went to work again the sidvanca having been granted. The journeymen painlers and the cordage-makers are still on a strike and the employes of the sugar refineries threaten to strike if certain demands are not granted. bat and gun free with boys' suits. GRKENKWALDS'. 17-2t busy canvassing the Democrats of the House on the tariff question. Mr. Morri- son devoted considerable time and atten- tion to those who are regarded 'aa oncer- tain members. Mr. Randall talked to some of the wool men and other members inclined toward protection. Mr. Randall will oppose the tariff bill energetically. and bis friends say he is sure of a follow- ing of thirty or forty Democrats. BLAXN'E. Henry Ward Beeclier Talks of Both States- men and Also About Labor Troubles. April Ward Beecher has been stopping in the city in reply to a finestion as to Roscoe Conk- Hog's said he hoped that Conkling would return to public said Mr. best law-pleader at the bar. He is not the greatest because of his political but he prepares hia cases more thoroughly than any man I know. He goes to academies and colleges and reads np on any branch of a cause with which he is not familiar. Conkling is an honorable man. He quit the United States Senate as the outgrowth of his imperious his only defect as a public man. He quit not only bnt in debt about It was not ordinary but money for which he indorsed for his friends. Ha turns over every big fee he gets notwithstand- ing his creditors have offered him all the time he desires. I think when he has dis- charged his debts and got ahead he will again go into where he is badly needed. His hands are clean and he is a great President Cleveland fulfilled your expectations of far more. He is the greatest man since Liucoln to occupy the Presiden- tlJil r he be I think not. He is too good for his party. He does not provide swill fast encash for the dishonest element of his party. The miserable little fellows don't like him. They will want a different kind of a and if the Republi- cans are smart they will put up a clean man and win. Cleveland has said that he would not accept a but that was and I suppose he might bo in- duced to repent. One thing is he is not conducting his administration with a view to a reaomination. I was for him because Elaine's hands were not clean. Jim is a smart but he would have formed a government of meu whose palms were as itching as his own. The people will never have a preach on labor topics some- quite often. I Iiave been grieved by the course the trouble in the southwest has taken. I like the Knights of Labor. I like their principles. Organ- ized labor is the one tiling that will pre- vent abuses by organized capital. That man Irons ia a living the whole strike ia a blunder. If Powderly's wishes were heeded or if he bad kept u TVUUUI nave utt oaeu uvurusa. He ia opposed to strikes and yet his people go right and the man who gets up in their meetings and moves to boycott Smith or Jones will be received with cheers. If they don't like my ser- mons they boycott me. If I do not stop they boycott my pew renters. They have threatened to boycott General Logan in his political aepirations if Mrs Logan win preside at a reception by the Chinese minister afc Washington. They have uo right to boycott and they have no right to decide upon a strike in secret without de- bate or notice to their PAY 95 cents for a nice silk summer neckwear at MARKS BEOS'. NEW artotypes at BU12NNAN1 Divis'. A TRUSTED CASIHKIl You will buy straw hats this week only at MAKKS 47 Main. Opposition in tho Stute Senate. April In the State Senate to-dfty tbe Gladstone-Parnell reso- lutions of sympathy met with same oppo- sition on the grounds of international interference and that Ireland by voting money and men for crushing the Colonial army in 1770 waa not entitled to It waa urged that the Irish Parliament did not represent the Irish people at the ond the arguments were so strong that the defeat of the resolutions waa not wholly accomplished. They were referred to the Committee OQ Executive Communications. The House has passed them. NEW Easter oflerings at BEENNAN DAVIS'. Goes to Canada for His Healtli ftiul tlie Bnnk Closes Its Doors. N. April G-rent ex- citement waa oocoaioned at N. to-day by tbe announcement that tbe First National Bank of that place bad closed its doors. It ia stated that J. E. tbe cashier is a defaulter to the amount of When' last lieard from he was in whither he had gone for the purpose of his Itobiason had been cashier of the hank for twenty-five years and the utmost confidence in bis integrity had prevailed. It is be- lieved that speculation in was the causo of his alleged defalcation. National Bank Examiner Clark is in Angelica and will remain in charge of the riei'nnct insti- tution until a receiver is appointed. The directors are persistent in tho claim that tbe depositors will be paid in full. BOYS' waists. JJ.EAIXIUAKTKKS for tbe best aud most reliable makes of boots and shoes. HICK Main strtet. _--------------_ PAY considerable less for A nice spring overcoat at MAIIKS BROS'. Fon the boys. Gun free with each WOLFE HENLEIN. 4 Emancipation Day. April The colored population of the city turned out ia Iipli- day attire to-day to celebrate the emanci- pation of tho negro Jby President Lincoln. The day was cold nnd but this did uot check their enthusiasm. Owing to differences among the Leadeis there were two knowu as the Carson and gbase factories. Both parties paraded headed by bnt neither was reviewed by tlie he yesterday having re- fused lo do so unless tbe factions har- mouized. CALL for Weyand's export for family ase at Union House. ___ PAY less lor a boy's Quality for ab MARKS BROS'. _ Ex -Senator Jackson's Successor. April 16 -Governor WE will save you money if you call on us before buying elsewhere. RICH wholesale and retail shoe dealers. _________________ The Panama Caiml. April John who represents the New York Chamber of Commerce at the recent in- spection ot the Panama Canal Has sent iu his report which contains tbe following The problem of labor is the axis on which the fortune of the enterprise re- volves. The men are frightened by the mortality around The cost of coin- Dieting the work will exceed all former and present estimates. The management enffers from frequent changes of officials. Injudicious expenditures but per- haps not to a greater extent tbau propor- tionately inmostlarge enterprises. A GEBATEB variety of boys' and childs' now suits than any other store in the city at WOLFK HENLEIK. 16-36 BusiNKsand dress suits. WALDS1. ______ _ Baseless Statement. April 16.- Cardinal Jacobini baseless. A Sniull Glove Iflglit. I3a.f April Goldeu and Iiew Creamer fought with small ploves in private- here Martjnis of Queeuabary for won in nine rounds. term will expire uext March with NKATKST neckwear always at GKKENB- 17-2t boys' suits. GBEKMEWALPS THK Three Heroes are Honse. K Weyand's sparkling at Lonis k-'Vr 'iV I -E COB As USUAL abend. Boys' snitoV this time. Wovm HKHLJBIH. Randall MorHson. Auld with all modern- conveniences in first-class style. OU men 9 iTTwafthineton should make it their in f .o miff uartew. Terms reasonable. 3-20tf QUAY AND BEAVER ET.AL. SOLEMN COUNCIL SE3EBLED AT HARRISBURG. AS- a dollar since he made a million iu the oil business on the Orange who remains at the wheel regardless of bis many the handsome old was George's partner at one time. They both sold high- priced oil. George quit the game at high but Grange lingered a while too long to bis sorrow. Bnt no is still a game mail witb a stocking full of money. It is a good-sized too. Wilson McCaudless and Joshua William Carbon Smedley Chester W. H. W. H. James Mc- W. K. Philadelphia. The bond has been approved by the court at Philadelphia and Secretary of State All preliminary arrangements being perfected State Treasurer Quay will slide into office as noiselessly am a launched vessel into tbe waters that amile to receive it. The present State Treasurer will be it is as chief clerk with nearly all you know. Tbe Attorney-General has served notices ou Auditor-General Kilea and State Treasurer Livesey not to pay the over- dne appropriations to the Orphans' School syndicate. These State officers will com- ply with the request and thug begins the second gun of ihe war on the syndicate. Firing all aloug the Hue will open with the campaign. Republicans through the authorized the State Central Com- have decided on holding the State Convention at June 30th. The meeting was a love feast on a email a side as it to the grand circus that will convene on the appointed day. Harrisburg landlords expect a glorious time for a day or two. They have not had a picnic for a year. They miss the Legisla- ture and are already preparing to receive the Republican and Democratic State Con- ventions with open arms. There is a gnrnd family reunion promised. NO. 161. NOTES FROM THE WELLS. TWO VKNTDRES SHOW TJP AT H.AKT LEADS. Tho Pie-Eater Taken a Club. About yesterday Norman who was still leading tho peds by several was taken very sick and suffered intense pain in his stomach. His condition necessitated fche services of a doctor who finally got him but not until the elderly walker had fallen fearfully behind in the race. It was rumored that Taylor's coffee hid beeu while his compe- titors attributed his sickness to the free use of cider the day before. Taylor was reti- cent ami only wauled to get back on the sawdustagain. He walked a mile or two in the afternoon but was obliged to give np. In the evening he came on and walked steadily. Then he was thirty miles in the rear of Golden and Burns who were leading in the order named. Another ac- cident occurred during tho day. the boy irritased by a number of lads who were obtaining a free show lit the Cory don .street side snatched up Kandf ill of eyes. Shortly after Keefe camo around acd au unknown person outside dealt hina a blow on the laying open bia ecnlp. He wns soon patched up and came out again. In the evening a large number of spectators witnessed the tramps with much interest. The score afc was .is M is JC is 10 Kart................................................ 185 Burns.............................................183 ttoklcii............................................IBS llcrty............................................. Keufe.............................................. 16S LaPoint........................................... Has Developed Since Late Com- mittee Meet hi Republican State a Sure Can- didate. LCorrespotideuce oi THE April the first time since his fishing expedition iu Florida Col. State made hia ap- pearance in Barrisburg Tuesday evening. Your correspondent waa the first on the 'ground for au official call Wednesday morning. I did not have long to wait. The State Treasurer took n course such as mine host Hunter of the Lochiel Hotel dishes up to politi- cians aud humanity in general. He came from the dining-room through the public orSce picking his teeth with a quill in a very old-fashioned way. His entire ap- pearance had improved wonderfully since I last saw just a while previous to his departure for the evergladea of Florida. Eye voice step man- ners just the natural M. S. Quay of years when politics were a barter and a trade and business of a second- ary consideration. Ia their days Col. Quay followed for tbe most part the instructions of the elder and the younger Canaerons. They were the recognized managing lead- ers of the having for their trust- worthy field marshals Magee and others perhaps of equal impor- tance. Cameronipin as practiced by the Camerons is yet the friend of but they are in no sense his master. The pres- ent State Treasurer was a very apt scholar. He was not long iu asserting an individual- ity that was prompted by an intelligent and ambitious Long ago he was feared by the Camerons as a bav- too much brain. He thought aud read too much to snit them. Camerous have always feared a reading and a thinking man. When such virtues were combined with ambi- tion and personal magnetism their possessor became doubly dangerous to them. But Quay served them ou too many occasions to incur their enmity novr. Indeed they are his friends al- though he is independent of them as politician iu the United States. Quay is not the man to shun ix friend no matter what may have happened to change the opinion of the public toward tbe man. He is a prominent leader with a keen appreci- ation of the value of every voter. It is the esteem and regard for everybody that has made him popular. Under the leadership of such a man as Quay the voter always has the satisfaction of knowing his feelings will be reciprocated and bisopmibn respected on all occasions. Iu manners ho is methodical aud even to coldness afc bnt there is an indefina- ble cordiality about him that stamps hitn as a man who should be as he is deservedly popular amoug the trusted massb-i wen X did not J a to to SUy SO much about Pennsylvania's brightest and most reliable politician when I begnu this scrawl. _Quay was not long ecteriug into u discussio'n iu politics iu general irom tho administration at- Washington to the local bittles that will be fought throughout the States tha coming fall. He was particularly liberal iu expressing hiuiself on the politi- cal situation iu Pennsylvania. Like every- body who thinks enough or reads the signs of the he believes General James A. Beaver will be re-nominated nu first ballot or perhaps nD.inimou.sly. He is not un- mindful of the opposition that exists toward Beaver in very high circles of the Republican party. Bntthe remouslniuces are not formulated iu opposition can do him harm. Aside from this Quay be- lieves Beaver is demanded by the people. He may have fears others do about Beaver bying tbo beat candi- date for the pirly. If he has them ho is as usual shrewd enough to conceal them. He is not the lender to buck wilfully against the combined voice of the .Re- publican party. ITe has soon too many politicians lloored and knocked out by indulging too liberally in their own will against that of the people. Bight here ia one of Quay's strongest points. Beaver will be nominated. will reserve any individual opinion on tlie crmncea of liis election until after the Democracy have made their nomination. My mind ia t-olerftbly well made up but TJIK EaA'S independence ia .1 barrier to ante- belleura statements ou tho coming politi- cal contest. Beaver is pulling his own chestnuts out of tho fire. He refuses to have aught to do with others members of the old ticket of 1832. who ate doing some heavy log-rolliog to secure a place on the reconstructed plans for 188G. Greer and Davis arc making desperate efforts to have themselves reinstated. j3nt they are not likely to catch any of the .Republican pudding'that is passing around tbia sea- son. BrosiiiH is not pushing himself for arenoaiinafcion. He i a most deserving of but be is not unmindful of the strength that courtesy guarantees to success. Gen- eral Osborn will be renominated. He has made a but not excessively brilliant CoDgrcasman-at-Largc. His be- jag successful will side-track Chill tbe mushroom for the place from the west. Another-star from Alle- gheny has also eclipsed It is a star of the first magnitude. Major Mon- of is conceded a place on the ticket. He lias an excellent war and civil record. He haa brains and common and a united Allegheny delegation to back him. .Such a combination would strength to the Standard Oil who never indulge in poli- tics. Mayor Mo 11 tooth can make old Allegheny roll np the high water mark majority as no other man can. He would an axcepiioually aWe Lieutenant Governor. His knowledge of parliamen- tary usages makes him a fit person for the place. Cris the old reliable and never-weakening happened in as I EVERY conceivable shape and color in an incidental appendage to the horde of straw for ment youths and at politicians who visited this WOLFE week. He fished and bunted in Florida with Quay. He looks as fat and hearty as a fall partridge with eyes as sharpand clear as the head that htlda them. Of course Cris wants Moutooth on the State ticket. He came here to talk politics and make arrangements Jor the few changes that will be necessary the first Monday in May toward installing State Treasurer Quay in power. Qoay has just filed his bond with tbe of State. A glance at tbe names ia all that is necessary to convince the average mind that they are mostly solid men from all sections of the State. If Quay should ever tackle the uickle-plated j or Oil Exchange and lose all the money entrusted to his care bondsmen could good. But Quay will not speculate with the peoples7 money. What little gambling he doea will be conducted with bis own funds. See the George W. the man who has The Elbow Theory Demonstrated hy Tho White Sand Tool at Graiul Washington Produces u Calibre. Dispatch to THE ERA. April Shirley Hocbstet- ter's No. oa lot and L. E. Mallory's No. on the southwest corner of lot came iu ibis afternoon and are probably good for about 150 barrels each. Fertig Bros.' on east of ia one in the sand with sev- eral hundred feet of oil in hole. It will be drilled iu to-morrow morning ami will make a fuir producer. It will be noticed by the above dispatch that the theory regarding tbe elbow belt in yesterday's ERA is proven true by the Fertig well showing up for a fair which favors the idea of the belt running thence following the gas streak np to the Kane NTo. 2. A typographical error in yesterday's issue made the Union Oil Company's well No. 3 as iu the aand twenty-rive feet when it should have read No. 13. At this morning the pedestrians had all left the track aud they did not appear again till 4 o'clock. Taylor was unwell but full of grit and expressed his intention of putting in full lime to-day. He is gaining but has a big advantage to overcome. pronij AT A. Miles. Hart................................................ IM Ifti Goiflcu............................................ HH forty............................................. 187 1-1 0 0 o Taylor LaPoint 12 A.U oflf for two hours aud thirty minutes KNOWN for its Weyand's Honse. 1G-2W THE Three Heroes are coming. Nicw Easter oflerings at BKENNAX AVJS'. Flayotl With u Toy April Skiff and J i _ Clyde Culbertson of while play- ing with a toy used it with dirp cfiect. The pistol was loaded quite heavily and upon being discharged de- stroying Skiff's eyes and disfiguring him for life. Culberlsoo was also terribly in- jured about the but escaped serionB consequence. A very large nnmper of minor accidents iire reported every day from all sources as tho result of to free use of toy pistols. MR. GOODMAN has not out for few hut can always be found uext to Bradford National Tit GOOD- WOMr'K HENLHTN. Mow and Arrow. Free with MARKS boys' STIFF bata. B at styles. GREKNKWALDS'. Ice Gorge in the St. Liiwronce. April The ice formed a gorge in the river below here this morn- causing tbe water lo several flooding the lower portions of the city and doing ranch damage. The Grand Trunk shops and nil the mills along tho canal were iJooded aod bad to close. The ice piled up thirty feet high on Commis- sioners tt forced itself into some of tbe stores near Jacqn. You will pay less for Ubye' and child suits at MARKS Wenton's Case Fixed for April the cases to considered afc tbe session of tbe Board of Pardons next Tuesday are tbe fol- Nicholas murder in the second Jacob felonious Milton voluntary man- slaughter. ________ THE Three Heroes are coming. GBKKNKWALDS'. i GUANO VA1.UCY. Grand which bag been assuming the attitude of an oil town for many years has fortunately come too lute have influence in affecting the world's supply lo auy appreciable exteui. Every dog has hia so to and RO do white sand pools. Ksne. Tnrkill. and Rod Valley nre now out of and if Grand Valley ever scores a production of barrels fora single day we will our guess. That this section will yet furnish room for 'a great many welta ia a matter of conjec- ture. What the whole fuss about this dis- trict is is simply Wells were drilled on both ends of the so-called belt which proved failures. The next ventures wore mighty small producers. From points they worked together trying to both ends meet until 100 barrel wells were got aud likewise ou tbe sides. Tho only place pertaining to the liold whom there ia auy fear of getting wells of larger calibre is ou lots which ou pitpcr makes Grand Valley look precious small. On these totals there is probably a little pool about two miles long and half or three-quarter of a mile wide that is capable of furnishing wells of from 50 100 bar- rels. These largo wells are all iu de- fined territory aud of no import to tho trade as they arc completely surrounded by dry holes aud extraordinary small wells and it wonld not require the drill to go a great distance from the pool before they conld drill below the level of the Grand Valley sand without a'tiding any formation capable ot producing oil. It is a good paying fiold to operate as in the valley they go bnt fiOO and on hills 900. Drilling is easy and the Icrti- tOIT Bllf1.1lOW. IS cm.iltiwl treacherous. There have only been n instances cited where they found gas I enough to make them flow. Kxperimpnt- iug with a torpedo with tbo expectation of increasing their production is by no means an uncommon method whore wa find tho large producers. Miller Bros.' No. I only made barrels por diem before a dose of glycerine wns after which it did barrels per hour and ia doing an aver- age of Jive barrels at present. No. which was phofc day before did the same as No. 1 before it was torpedoed. Mr. Miller is our authority for gauge which wns six- bnrreln per hour. L. D. Wood Co 'a No. in tho south- east corner of was shot blowing the casing head oil' and filling up about 100 feet with fresh water. They arc tubing it and expect to get it pumping iu the course of a few dnyn. Salt water.seems to bo a IronbloRoinu factor on tho western edge anil on northern ItcomcH from tho bottom of the Band. Tho is very aa they do not fiuri enough to run one boiler with. This place ia absorbing HO much attention that it is drawing pro- ducers from almost every pnrt of the oil who stumble oft' Uio bufc un- fortunately they can get no further than the cud of the platform before the train is hack from Tituwvillo and the con- ductor going to They lime to pick up tho first map that comes under their nones and glance over it which satisfies them when Ihey board the train and are never more seen at Grand Valley. The name of L Wood Co. is plofllcrcd all over the map together with that of Alillcr of who have the cream of tbe field. Jamison Co. are drilling a rig on lot where they drilled their I and y. Xo. 1 wan a dniter and No. wasHuppoaed to have suffered the t'atc. No. 2 is now plugged and a little show of oil can be detected from the sand pumpings under the derrick. The sand from No. 2 is very fine and white with a little slate and very dry which looks aa if there was no oil whatever in it. They are located about two milcn from the old de- velopments and it is a different formation. They got about 300 feet here. The Reno Oil CO.'H on lot wan to have been shot yesterday when TJIK man left had -Hot been. The only sign of oil visible is in a barrel standing near the which haa a lit- tle oil and sand in it. Tbe chances are very alira for iu being a producer of a larger calibre than that. The Shirls No. on the Shirfe lo- cated about three roda from the Guffy on the Cradle commenced flowing Thursday making 218 barrels in fifteen hours. As tbe Miller well bad nothing back of it to keep pace with its starting this well will also proba- bly decline some. The Willetfl ou the Munce is showing some oil. FJN2 assortment of wines and ales at 7 Main street. NEW artotypee afc BRENNAN DAVIS'. the Ajpew Buffalo ball and bat free with every hoys'suit. favorite I -Fiaai with a complete new line of straw all styles. 5 il it makes SKA FOOD at 7 Main THJC Three Heroes are comiog. Bennett Brook Ice Company Offer to supply guaranteed free from all upon tbe most reasonable terms. Office with C. P. Cody In- snrance 59 Uaia rtreet. Telephone No. 4-54f J. J. RICH ROBINSON'S stock of shoes slippers is tbe largest and best aborted ever seen in thU city. The best goods for the least money is their motto. HATS. ---fk 'f -j_4S I -f V i   

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