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   Daily Era, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               yS-.i CJ.J-.Lane jERTAKING CO Pa. Hill cemetery THE DAI ERA. D. MOHBI8. O. J.LAKB. LANE ERTAKERS Call aud Examine oar Stock. NO. 4 BOYLSTOK Sf PA. Day and IX M'KEAST SATURDAY MOKlSTRsFG. MAY 15. 1886. NO. 185. AP1TAL IN THE Blair and rt. Editorial Applicant for to Criticise the May THREW THE Tlie Right Man Said to Have Heen Arrested by the Chicago Police. May police authori- ties are positive that they have under arrest the man who threw the bomb into the ranks of the police at the Haymarket riot. His name is Louis Lingy and he has from been in this country leas than a year. Two fcis reported officers in civilian dress effected hia arrest to limit the privileges oi at No. 80 Ambrose street afternoon. the ports of the United When Officer Scantier attempted to arrest accorded to vessels the alleged bomb-thrower he drew a navy jo foreign revolver and shrieked in I the proper time have to die you'll Schutler an amendment to the his would-be murderer and a fbe bill on the I tart to chaird. Officer who had re- offered a resolution which I maiued outside to guard the burst the Committee thfc front and hurried to his infnthpnr- assistance. The weapon was Affairs to inquire into the ex thfcn tftken awfly from jtabliabing a branch iNational hurried to the East Chicago avenue iled volunteers in Northern station. n Vermont. to I wouldn't care what they did with me if I had only killed those two be said aa he was being driven to a cf 11. Of a bridge across the Ohio trie.l to aboot nnd I am I did gtori and Cincinnati. D0t took_ up the calendar VThen the police were tho dens lor of the anarchists last week they visited aud of the boarding-house and found three Kaunas ex- dynamite bombs similar to the one thrown and cost p the Detroit during the maker mt. These bombs to ht is wcre hy who Lafayette. 1 taken an active psirt in all the social- islic meetings held in this city the 5 ear. When the police searched his boardiag-lionsG -Liugy absent. The owner of the who was taken into cnfltody but subsequently released on the information ho give the declared that had uot in hia room since bonded ljousrj ab tho 'for ibeptiblic building at 1 from the Committee on reported favorably Mr. Hoar's atjon'rcqniriag that when jrcjtheriver aud harbor bill to show Uie nignt of lhe Last Monday importance and necessity for the police learned that Lingy was hiding rl AWtl PkF 1 41 ff m T jam. in the IIOUHO of a friend on Ambrose ntreet r nnimportant routine business the nfter visiting nearly all the residences Ipewkmbdl WUH trtkeu upand Mr. on fcno thoroughfare found the anarchist. took the tloor. He said he would uot froru expres-iing his views on sding raeosuro because ho had been ItiiDU side during tho war. Jfe way that he had kept his nf ijtothe LIoitcclStateH nnd if anybody led a doubt thereof he would answer Marmion had answered tho Tjingy was born in Gerruaoy and is about twenty-two years of age. WINANS VS. WJNAN.S. n Iflhoii fnysl I am not peer Tnonylonl in Scollaml hero. fur or thou htw risked life and limb a Mr. was to have Ihu dtiniivoH incurred hy wpaired hy his country. Ho instanced of nppropriatcil Ifoiou HoUHerM of tho Into war a.s nn of how well tho people of the North and had kept between tho soldier nnd the Hurt puiu that the Southern soUHerrt Jiad boriui wit-hont a niurmnr inro of thorelor ihfj Soutljorii iheir .nni tinn nikcd for iiotbiim except weep for tlioir dead and to rit-v of fur which their die-it. KM lialietvil tint the both pilitiwil ptirtios sincl the punnion claim nguutB wero ru- much ponwion Icgialfttion jolthatiti doinnnded by tho vol- of country. Teller said thn gm-ernmont had i contract with this soldier that if ho injury he should receive compen- That wns uii'iicred it con- K the contract to pay tho bunded of llie Union. Wo bail litiml much ihoutthu expenses oi our pensions as were something wo ought not to wo ought to have paying. It was complained tlmt bad paid over in iM paid to moiu-yed meu nioru than times thnt sum as mern interest for 50 of their money iu putting down rebellion und wore paying tho principal We hiul ttmt bocauao wo right to repudiate our hononwhle iiions. Jlut worn snob ancred than tho obligaliou.s we incmred to Iho meu whose endurance patriotism und milYeringfl had saved Fortunately we wero able to .onr obligations of both clnsaeH. Mr.Blairdenifid with empbiiais that tho id expenditures for pensions were nsult ot the eflbrts of pension ho duo to tlio sonsc The Kattioitrt Divorco CUMO Decided vor of tlio IJoft nihitit. NEW May famous di- vorce disc of Winuns vs. has been decided by referee S. P. in favor of the Rosa S. the Baltimore millionaire. The case at- tracted much attention anaoug hiwyereand the if aflirnied by tho Court ol is .settle some important arid hitherto mooted pointy in to the law of marriugB. The text of tho decree has not yet beeu mude pub- lic. Tho Alice or Mrs. married O'Keefe af- ter separating from did not claim to Imvc been married to Wiuuna by a pub- lic or religious butclninaed apri- vato contract of marriage and that the de- fomluiit had acknowledged her aa his wife. Lt iu fact proved ou the trial that the plaintiff and tWendnnt Jived and Ira together undur ibo nuruo uf Mr. and WinauM. but thero was no evidence that the plaintiff was ever introduced as Mrs. exoapt whore it was necessary in order to obtain living and travelling ac- commodulionf. ccninisei argued that while tho law of New York is that while living together man aud wife con- stitutes marriage even where no ceremony hn.s taken yet the living must opj-.n nnd pronounced and mnsthn accompanitMl by the usual social and pub- lic acts of matrimonial life. Whether the decision is based upon this view of tho law or upon s3iuc of tho other points raised can- not bo known until tho document is offici- ally filed. THE LOUISVILLE DERBY. SPLENDID SPORT AND THE RECORD BEATEN. 000 Slmou Cameron and Other Notables Watcli the Fleet Free Knight Carried Off the S7.000 Base Kail -Court- ney and Hosmer. May Fully people attended the opening and derby of the Louisville Jockey Club spring meeting. Among the more prominent gentlemen present were Gen. Simon of Leonard Jerome and Lawrence of New Representatives Arnet and C. L. Senators Beck and Admiral Norris XL S. N. United States Commissioner of Patents Montgomery and Mr. John of Washington. The attraction was the the third race of the day. In thci Post pooling Free Knieht sold favorite at with Ben AH second at aod Blue and Jim Grag alternating fnr third choice at in a three thousand the field of seven bringing the balance. The .starters were lien AH r.iuu Free Knight Jim Gray Lijoro Grimahii Masterpiece and Sir Joseph This horses got to nil exceptionally KO id start nod Masterpiece shoved to the fro ont oi' the 'chute-11 ami led his field by a length to the half mile in fifty At WASTING SUCCESSIVE FORTUNES. The Career of a Muu Who Began Life as a Newspaper Man. May The career of a noted spendthrift known to PiUsburgers as the ''Big is recalled by the RD- nouncernent that Alexander A. Wcrnert has sailed from San FnineUco for Austra- lia. Wernert was born in this citv iortv- v two years received a college education and at the age of nineteen became a news- paper man. While thus engaged he be- came dissipated and married a notorious woman. His parents took him to New York in pending fora di- and apprenticed him ro a merchant vessel plyiog between New York and Aus- tralia. The divorce was granted. Oa ar- riving at Melbourne Wernert deserted the ship and was just in time To strike the newly gold fields in the interior. a few years sojourn there he married a wealthy who died after a few years of married iu which he squandered a great deal of her fortune. He then went to New Zealand and entered the British mounted police of that country. For ten ri nothin was heard ot him or fifteen by his relative in Pitpburg. Meanwhile his parents' surbnrban property at Hazle- wood rose iu value. In 1S75 both of them the three-CjUiirttT post opposite the .j ftUud Masterpiece was clear two lengths with Free Knight coming c-ut of the bunched field behind him This order was maintained until the lower hack- when Fitzpalrick carried 1-Ven Knight up to the leader and as the showed in the midd lest retch Free Knight wus iu the lead with thefield well hunched behind him. Here the terrible pace was increased and the milts post was passed in There were no tailera in this derby and the bunch held togMhsr up to the head of tlia stretch when Garrison made his run with Blue swinging iuto the homestretch with Free Knight and led ont for t ho finish. Here Sir RIaater- Ben AH and Lijero drew away frutn the bunch. Together down the head of the stretch Free Knight and Blue Wing and the cry went up Knight has Thi.s hud scarcely been heard when Blue followed by Ben again jumped to the lead. One hundred yards from home it waa Bine Win's race. At this moment Duff made the run with Ben and rapidly picking Blue Wing fol- lowed hotly by Free ran a rattling finish to the nuder the string with Bon AU in the lapping Blue Wing by half a Free Kuight third. Thia is the fastest derby ever and when it ia considered that tho horses carried eight pounds more than on any previous occasion the performance i.s remarkable. The value of the stake to the winner is about died. after the iaU-rior of where had settled down on a sheep rauche. Alexander'.vns the only child and n year's inquiry he was found in ic A THE FIRSTBOODLE TRIAL OF XEW YORK'S COKRCPT ALDEHMKN OF ISS4. A Fat Envelope S20.000 Fouml by Alderman Confe.v-imi Alleged to Have Made to Inspec- tor Byrnes. May trial of Alderman Jaehne was commenced this morning. The defendant was brought in early from Ludlow street jail aud looked cheerful and not in '.he least disturbed. Peter Mitchell aud ex-Judge .Fullertou occupied seats near the rail aud will act as counsel for the defense. No one lowed in the court room whose presence was not absolutely necessary to the trial. The jury was carefully guarded during the uight at tho Astor House. At 10 o'clock Assistant District Attorney Nieoll opened the proceedings by offering in evidence the articles of incorporation of the Broadway Railroad Company. The prosecution rend the Broadway railroad's petition for a the first report of the Railroad Committee granting the the res- olutinn of Aldermau Grant that tho com- mittee's report lay the Mayor's veto of tho grant and a copy of the Lyddy in- junction. All were submitted as evidence. Clerk clerk of the Board of f _ I r r HbB deposit of was lodged with the was then exaaiinul nt Consul at but regard to the special uuvtiug of Wiirne.rt-spent it in nnd after nt which tlie franchise was waiting for another rewiUauce and miss- over the Mayor's veto. two reuehed Pi'Ltsbiirg in After Clerk Twomey had been examined He signaled his arrival at The Union the court took a recess. D.-p-JL a profuse distribution of money Allcr recess ex-Alderman Waite took the n she bDotblnck.-i and other st.reet and testified certain proceedings llcma.-lehis heailqanrters at the of the board of aldermen of 1S34. There Rush House and acquired a sudden popu- drawn his anxonnt- ing to about in caph promptly. Ife deposited the money in bank ami it uy it bc to repair to ihfi various hospitals. of which IIQ the mnd tour. At the 0 0 n n 1 0 0 0 n 2- -f double l'The Long and Irish by the Company al iho Opera House to-night. Hall. At Detroit. iK-troit............................0 1 Hosinns Poirnits Bostons 4. ami Mutliingtoiu Chicago. York puno postponed on ucoouut of rain. Citif. Kansas OUy-Washington giunc postponed on auconnt of At St. Su pusitpoiicil ou ac- count orniir.. ilrooklyn n. At Halttmoro2 Al Louisville-U At St. Louis beaiiH at E. .f. i and of honorable obligations tlmt aded this republic. Kr. Morgan submitted au amendment to look for COLLINS1 uow tiscmcnt. __ All Ouiot Jit May 14. The strike ia now chiefly confined to the furniture workers and eafe though n few of the mncliiuistfl are still out and thfro is n settlement lo bo effected in matters cou- Ootirtnoy anil n asm OP N. YM May nnd llosmer havo sigtiert articles to row three miles over the Pleasure Inland course between here and Albany on May IJlat for _ _________ THK nearest to n boundless -variety of children's clothing you'll find at MARKS Buos. was interest manifested iu Mr. na it i.s believed that '.iprm his revelations the whole bribery prosecution of the aldermen will often in the niirht I or '''l11- There was much disappoint- untii he was I when Mr. Waite left the stand after having beeu naked no of importance. He win not cross-exam- ined. It understood that he will be rt'- cttiled at another of the proceedings. Inspector 33yrnes was tlio next witness. testimony related chiefly to the con- fession which he claims that Jaohue madta to him. Tlio inspector paid that. told him that after the spring meeting of the at which the Broadway franchise was passed over the Mayor's ho Billy Malouey and asked him if he could irct hia away. Mntoner rcplied thai ho Jachiic soon alter found in his box at the aldmuanie cham- ber au envelope containing in bills. Witness further testified that ihe two de- tectives who were in hiding and overheard the confession wcro Kodjrcrfi and Coswrovo. Mr. Byrnes was -subjected io a severe croHs-cxnminatinn by Lawyer of s counsel. end oi'u year he found himself a bougar. The wit'tj from whom lie waa divorced in who was now an old hunted hiai up find gave him slidtkr. at her lift was sent to .jp.il for deser- with a view of a decree ou his -i n renl estate. The court discharged him on the production of tha record ol divorce. CtAniS TO BE COAL JOUXXY. A Mun Who Tried to Possession of a Philadelphia Houso. Iu a ceil iu the Third district station house is a man who claims to be the orig- inal Coal Oil savs the Philadel- phia He is a man of medium with a wavy black beard aud rather long black hair and glittering black eyes. He was arrested yesterday morning by Lieut. Roche iu Mrs. Stewart's lodging at the southeast corner of Fifth aud Lombard streets. He secured a room there about ten days ago and shortly after told Mrs. Stewart that he was the proprietor of the place aud demanded she turn over the reut to him. Ho at last became so importunate that she appealed to Lieut. Koche and the arrest followed. At the station house he gave his name as William but protested that he was John better known p.s Oil Johuny.11 He was subjected to n long and searching LATE FROM THE WELLS. A FAIR coxmriox OF THINGS AT SHOUSKTOWX. The Washington Uoliling Up- Other Wells lliml Afuir the Produc The Lima Not os From Various Fields. Dispatch to THK KSA.I N. May The J i b coon Oil Co.'.s which was shot last week has beon tubed und packed is flowing steady. Its prodnctiou tor the last hours ioO barrels. Gailey Bros.' McKane well which was since has done no oil. They will try to shoot the casing out. Tho production of the field from five wells -ItHi barrels. Dispatch to THK ERA. 1 Ma While eross-examiuatiou but be followed the won ou thc Renfrew farm is through tho Vfe f I W_ fr _4 I career of Johnny Steel closely iu the narra- tion of his own adventures. The only point on which hf was nt till hazy in regard to the details of Ins brief but noto- rious career in this city. He mentioned the uanu'3 of two meu who nro supposed to have made fortunes out. of and told of leasing the Girard House from the late .Tore McKibhen. lie also related tho incident of a carriage nn buying it and then pie- Tha friends of his father to the court had him declared an habitual drunkard and he wad sent to Dixmont It required nearly two treatment to reptore him to hetiHb. Ho renewed his dissolute wandered through the West to New at last returning to broken health. For nearly a year he bas been under treatment in the We-it Pennsylvania Hospital for dislocation of the hip. Tho attorney of hia wife's estate iu Australia visited thti United States last cmxe to and arranged on of Weruert's step- children in who are now people of to pvovide him with shelter and a home for the remainder of hia days. NEW 4-in-hnnd scarfs twenty cenU a HKNI.KIX'H. It TIIK all His.vLErx's. It J'EAUL stilThats. P.itos. with tho wholes-alo clothing The Third regiment broke camp nml left for liuuiu to-tiny. The Seventeenth ia tho fltt be pay ably only out of money to bo internal revenue aud recjuir- of the Treasury to report ra-B in pcr- of taxation on tho capital stock ol would be sufficient to pay tho BpKeincnrred under this but not to corporations organized to promote education or any corporation of less capital than of Mr. Cameron the At noretl by him nt the proper time pro- uir nomu LO-UI.J. 7 fee that the covered by the bill only one that rema.ua aim it will be with- not prowled ibv by existing Uwa drnvyn in a dny or two. 1 j police are being relieved from dulv aud tho regnlnra are returning to their old there beiog no further need for them at the and street improvements. N. Co. If they say tt is full half havnim or can rely on it. early nnd avoid the crowd at WCM.KK HKXLEIN'S. Tn K successful clothier ia he who _ pro- duces honest poods at low Such are MAHKS Buos. Short in Uis Accounts. May August K. postmaster at Lnvender Baltimore was arrested to-day held iu hail for a hearing before United States Commissioner Rogers on Tuesday. Special Agent of at E. J. Cnusa. An Opium Den Md Several officers ot tho Central district headed by Tonor at -1 o'clrck thin morning raatie a raid on No. Gl North Culvert an opium jm'nt nuder the of a restaurant kept by C. H. Board. two employes and eight opium seven of whom were wyra arrested and taken to the Central district. Heard wns committed for court and tho charge against the two Tlie smokers were on their os'-'n recognizance to appear before the grand jury. Thin was thn lirat raid made under the new anti-opinm den law. big cigar reductions. and putty at THOMP- WOOD'S. fi-2w Ulster OriiMtfomon Will KnsiHl Any to Knforiio Its Authority. May meetings of Orangemen wcre held at No wry nnd M'onrnc to-dny. Tho attendants pledged themselves to refuse submission to a Dublin .Parlia- ment mid to resist the payment of taxes imposed by authority of such nnd rcsohil-ions were nomrdingly pus-erl nnnnimnus'y. AU prefwiit nt both muet- inyp enrolled themselves volunteers in resist by force of arms any nttempt to cu- forco tlie mithorily of an Irish legislative body. Loiters wero received from Cana- dian Orange pledging their support to their Ulster brethren. THK .Sawtelle Company will uot appear tiy-iifi in Brndford tliirt .snason. Alt end tin ir lust performance tn-night. sen ting it to the driver. During afternoon he was visited by George C. who knyw Johnny Stool in- timately when he visited this hut. they did not. recognize each and Mr. Hrotherton dechuvd that the prison or n crank or an impostor. In he wa-5 visited bv u potiMomiin who luid lived in where Stool niftde his who the prisoner for timo.. lie showed a thorough of tho people and snr- roundinjis of FrunkKu aud ho did not trip nor hesitate once during a long con- versation. When nrrestcil he hud bundle of can- celed between nnd in his lie wns recently reU'iurd from nl'ier st'rving a tenu thirty-two months of a seuU'ncc of yours on the charge of of which lie claims IWVQ been guiltless. An investigation into his mental condition will be made to-duy. He any a that he i.s forty-three years old. At one lime he said that he learned to read and write in while among his papers was found a letter dated ofl'ering him a position ns n telcgroph operator in tho United IStaios military telegraph service at it month. A SKNSATION tuhed. Korty thrtv feet of fouiul aud the well will he good tor tweiitv-livo barrels. Colbert's well ou the Smith is pumping at a twenty barrel ralo. Tho l-nioulown Oil Cti.'s on Critchlow is iu tho shut down and guarded. How far they arc in tlio sand is not known. The well mado a heavy How and was plupgcd in and causes considerable excitement. An Allied Tliitt. Mvplains tho nf n dispnlcli lo THE KAST May the supposed viclini of nn outrage al the hands of highwaymen between Hmdy's Bend and the ICastern belt a week ago if lying in bed under the doctor's cnre with very sliuht wounds. H is alleged that ho was on his wnv to pnv the contractor of the atu-ad of I 1 V t toTllK V'UA Ta May M. dtiction of No. on the Mnnc.o. fourteen and one-half hour's gangc iMiding this wan barrels. They ran three hits to-dny with no improvement. No. shut down in top of the Ountx siind ovening und they moving boiler. They probably will got to drilling to-morrow. Vanderixrifi. No. gnvo no gauge to-day. H is variously estimated. Tho best can be learned is i.ri barrels an hour. No. 1 is still drilling. The gnu go for 1'mirlemi nnd one-half hours ending thm morning was hnrreln. Al. Ki'lmonl. No. on Iho the drill is still jmundiug uway iu bard fine with no improvement. It. in not deep enough t i get tho Dyer pay streak. The.ro wasiiDgnugo gotofii this A four-hour gnu go taken to-day registered 12 barrels. m IV w oi on the are drill- ing in the thought to bo tho stray above the Gordon. As outsiders nro allowed in tho is not ex- aclly known whore Ihe drill in working. Tlmyer No. t2's for omi hour thin morning '15 harrols. HTUAV Henlon CO.'H now woll ntTarkill will nuiko iJOO hnrrolH tho first twenty-four hours. Taylor A Torrcy on Hie II ill is showing for from 75 to 100 barrels. Keally's Cnuid inir fnr to It opens connid- cnible territory of such calibre. l Co AlcCren on lop of Ihe nandnnd show- ing for barrels. Ireland it llngbos have started drilling McCaflerf.y well on the DuHty farm and tlml he hud S-HlM about him. There w qnito coincidence in the robbery of and the amount due tho for Uick of which ho suspended opera- tions. Glenn's wounds were dressed by Dr. Wallace of K'ist who have a for No. on the I 1 I I J i pronounces them of little consequence. Dr. i.inicr. Wiilhicc also extracted a bullet that lodged McC-ilVerty well on the M. Diilily the shoulder blade of the horse u test well for Mm castorn side of i ho which will recover. Thus tlie liwl Jiutlcr oil has been nhut down by Contractor county Hcusat ion vanishes and in the minds o win- to a failure of I he to comply with the stipulated tcrniH of tho of the leaves the connly free from highwaymen aw auy portion of our contract. The owners have IniM to pny fair ConimonwcAllih. Tinuolimc tho third 500 lot of Juse howH and arrows have arrived for MAIIKS and ready to be given away to tho hoys. Wnat tho System Abolished. May About Shell Oystnrs and Clams received fresh daily at ROTRSTKIX'S Public Square 5-8 a box of cigars of N. R. COL- i.rxs tt Co. for home smoking. Auetion. I have this day received notice from Auction. I have this dav received notice from L. M. of Ihat ho wishes to witlidr.iw from the ref ail biihinoHM in this cil.y. To comply with Inn demand I compelled to close out. tho entire slock at a sacrifice at auction or privnle ns snil.s the snon iw pos- sible. These R-oodH were not bought fnr the auction as they of the hands employed in John K. Rhodes cotton and shoddy rail Is at are on strike under peculiar Thfty do nob dcmnnl more pay nor shorter hours but object to the company store letu. The Rnodesowu about everything in thu towu and the men declare some of the employes have been discharged for the ex- t-1 i 1 if i i t u j i' .I- I press reason that their More hilU were too line of clothing fnrnishing r _ 1 H n f u inH nn irviTtifl i tho Postoflice states that bulk from their weekly _ Kilchenstcin has been guilty of various irreularities in the past three or four small. The men also claim they were not furnished itemized bills for goods pur- chased the amount ia deducted in M. of that he wishw to finoat ijnfi of furnishinp withdraw from the retail clothing huMnefH be found iu Western j'cnn- in this city. To comply with his demand Onr auction will I am compelled to closo out the entire M.ny KiUi and will continue until stock a sacrifice at auction or private j lne ptock'is disposed of. Call and i will convince you that you can buy poods at your own figures. Remember this stock must go regwrdlcss of what it Main Bradford. as suits the as soon pos- sible. These not bouuht- for auction as they consist of the SEK N. R. COLLIXS Co.'s change of SAVE to oa each suite at GOOD- WOLPK HKNLKIN'S. It went into executive session. doors were reopened and the until Monday. Capital Notes. May Tho Senate had V m MJfculive session occupying over au -Mbis nfternoon. Nearly all of tho consumed iu tho consideration of of C. Button to be W An adverse was made on tho nominatiou by the on Postofticos aud Postronds S effort was uinde to-day to decision of the committee. Mr of defeuiled Mr. who while editor of the Lynch a short timo afio severe criticisms upou the United Senate aud the men who personally m years aud that hia Recounts are about cigar to-day. 700 out of the way. CKN TEAS at J. CROSS'. X cents straifjhf- clear Havana Hoquet cigars at Option House. ha'H and caps to be found in Western Penn- sylvania. Our auction will commence about May and will continue until flock is disposed of. Call and J will convince you that you can buy goods at your own figures. Remember this Block go of what M. -1G Main Bradford. House. Ask lor Ibem. Option LOOK at Coujxs' cigar price-list. IXKST panaies at E. J. RICH Komxsojs- offer the largest stock of boots and shoes and slippers in the oil reion at rook bottom prices. The Chlcuo Tailors READIXfi. Jla.v The executive strike commirtte of tho cigarmakers of this city sent circulars to-day t-o all parts of the United Stales the lockout in MOTHERS' friend shirt waists. BROS. Tho of the Aditm.4. N. S Ma M. o -tf '-day Miners Indicted for CouHplracy. May grand jury of Washington county has returned true bills against tiuety-oue of the strking coal miners who were charged con- court I leaded mectina of bow shop to-day in Reading and establishments I tain Rcott reply to demand for au 1 fafrdw M'. W.llarvey tiiai nminfir Tliotniairg nro deter- readily agreed upon n material reduction of have been closed at Myers- explanation of the Ptixtirc of the Adam-. been appointed for the new tftit ihr couPoiracy laws in the the increase asked by them and which re- Werncrsvillc. Ha declines to make public the hero will bo nleased to welcome and other places. Ten m ami- The le ftl firm Or Drynlall Hll raen aud others who may de- nntN best counsel in the Lou ia Secretary of the Wholesale foctureia hove signed the unions agree- Newcoraho have been retained for lheLire iOHhip by pxprws. The has DOSO llttve i-ut- ut-ov wunuo _ iKnt TUo hnlannn nf the fnctorien. how- X- nrn i.._ _ May largely at- this district. Tn_additiou to the factories Consul-General Pht-lan received from Cup- Krio The ICne which sncceedfl United States Express Company on the N. L. E. W. K. K. und its leased lines and will open on Monday morn- May n ofTicc at Main PI occupied by Vienna bakcryj and on June M will locate in tho handfome new room No. 85 Wain in tlie Stewart next door to Weaver which will be fitted State. Clothiers Association said to-night that the meet. The balaucQ of the how- Scott are corac to stay and aska a trial. strike was about over. Mutual concessions show uo signs of yielding. STRAIGHTENED no Strntton were On both sides. Tho cutters will it Storms' at Optiou House. rctum to work to-morrow. FINK preen peas at E. J. CROSS. IJnrtloy COLTJXS Co. sell more cigars than any lobbing or mannfnctnriag bouse iu Me- t ___ _ _ T w Keao great Long will h1 produced by the Sawlelle Company at the Opera Hor.se which Will be the closing of the moat suc- counsel for the dominion. The case will not likely come up lor several weeks. any moncvv Riuco thn well n cir- cninstnnco that cnnsed e.onlrador lo make n vory voxuiioiifl deliiy. Sltould McCaO'erly prove a gnoil one ninny rign will be started on tho eastern portion of the. I The Hiucltine SI out1 well on Hol- mnn IFopkinB Grand wan drillod through the ol which they found twenty with n fair show- ing of oil. was but tbc rewult lias nnt vet reached UB. ho Henediel well No. is Hnid to be fj 25 barrels. Tho Hcntty well on lot Imw not. yot been put in working order. It is slowly filling up with oil. A 5-barrcl well m expected. O. TimcH There IH a dinnp- pointud crowd of oil Npeculiitora Limn to-dny. They not diHappninlcd wiih- 011 tn fillmr. Tim liiinkcyo Pipe Line received ordorB from the Standard folks ycHterday to pny only forty centft for Lima oil. The 11 KU res wnrc not changed and are not likely to for nomo timo. The rrwult in that there will bo bill very few wcJlH drilled until the price IH rniaed. Several Hprculatora Raid to-day that they would only drill fast enough to retain their leases. The offer docs not come up to expectations. Shade No. 1 will hft to-morrow. Tho Artfc well at Kindlay is down feet. No. at down 200 feet. TJie well at BIuflTton is down alwnt feet. The well at McCotnh in down about 550 fci-t. Tho Reenc wc-ll will bo in the latter part of the week. The well at at KellKcentrc is down about 10' i feet. The Jtetwo will be the next well in. It is down feet. J'apcr mill Xo. in drilling rapidly. They are down about 200 feet. liy actual nuiftHiirement the Price flowed DON'T forget gnnn in the 30D barrels in the last two days. DUKLAP straw MAKKS HROS. market with each suit at WOI-KE they now otter lower cess fa 1 series of performances ever played LKOXARD Co. TUFT'S fdmouH soda extracts. .7. F. 10-1 w in Bradford. late aud the men who personally NEW May Oamp- priceg. in Braoiora.__________________ n ft ss sp decided exception. Thouoml- Tho receivcr thinks there will be a small Mr. Button wag Uunlly 3nrpius on final settlement. He will enter To-DAY TC wish E. J. CROSS' to-day. t VU f four votes in favor of con-1 severni 3Uits to recover sums disposed of by straw bats to you. MARKS BROS. A number of unimportant uomi- jjr Campbell since hia mental derange- mostly wero then me'nfc There are about 100 suits the estate by A benefit Labor Committee spout some for the fumily is being arranged by tno They YlTcro Subjects. May 14. bodies found shoes asd as to prices we will not he under- .Ricii 50 Main street. Ilennott ISrook Tec Company Oa considering the President's profession 1.. i_ _ ji f labor questiou bat failed to on the subject. The coiu- eudeavor to get the House to I Moxio 1 day for the consideration of LEONARD Co. from that committee with B tbe edncational bill beloro Suicide of a Young J May 14 in a lespondency caused hy continued ill- j Smith a brilliant young I nHnrnpv himself at 7 o'clock this THK only p'nce in town where XXXX -uoi' iastaat He and cutts-MAP.Ks BROS. is kept on draught. _J. J PDulath from Brooklyn four months aeo. He formerly lived ia LAST performance of the Sawtelle Com- pany to-night. Some MVjn. A corrospondent writing from Graiid Valley yays some of the parties having se- cured leases which a-s they all have found that the oil right bad heen deeded away some years Thia threatens to make considerable trouble. A The derrick for the Adam Simons No. 2 in completed. Dtillingwill commence thin week. The Trenton Kock Company will build another rig on the Price farm soon. It will bo Price No. 2. The timbers for the derrick for the Henry Simons No. 2 fire on the ground and the derrick will be built soon. The COSH Manufacturing Company have the contract for the drilling of a well for McConnell Co. on the Bowman farm. It seems that tho well over at Dclpboe cigars nt COLLINS Co. N. Y. His parents arejlead. rn f ary o receivecl a Phelan at will be anable to to Jury. i How can you save By baying the. n __ E f f L M m f near Oik Park and supposed at first to be TPP im-rnntf-pfl frre from nrtliP nivmnrlcet riot turn out to to supply in.e ironi tnfeatena 10 maice conaiueraoie irounie. AI it HCKTIJH IUUL LUU au from a hospital aU npon the most reasonable promineDt Tidionte gentleman arrived was not drilled through tho aa WM be acdicaUubjecU trom a iio.puai. Qmce wjth c p Cody IQ. M of reported at firsfc. The company have de- snrance 59 Main street. Telephone the oU right io much in tbat cided to drill ten feet deeper. 1 No. 213. 4-5-tf J. J. SJIKEHY. pnrchased by him some ten years ago. The The Hume well made several flows yes- deeds are good and will hold. The land tcrday and but the owners have Miss BALDWIN grew in favor with each ownerB say tbov sappo9ed the deeds were decided to pump and it is now pumping selection and continuous applause followed lcageg Some par- at the rate of 125 barrels a day. her exit. tenderness and volume f. hfl havepaid boDn3 and find the land -_ t _ -_3 __ m- o n A. T71 mmf. __ I t_ I M. I _ the iurv in tho Maxwell case. HENLEIN. con-erning tlie seizure completing tue jury uit h schooner Adams until to- The conn adjourned until I a third panel will be ready. of was Assistant United States FANSiEsatE. J. CROSS'. THE Oil City House is in receipt of a sea turtle eighty-five also shell clams and and ftwh tront- JUST opened entire new line of feather-weight stiff hats at WOLFE HESLEIX'S. It Flowers. C. is prepared to furnish on short notice flowers in all de- signs for constantly oa hand a large variety of Greenhouse No. 10 Foreman also strawberries which will ba served in street. are united in her Franz's with its gently nndalating accom- was one of the gems of the eveu- Globe. Will appear at tbe May Musical Festival. Soft Shell Grabs. First of the season at M. ROTHSTEIN'S Public Square Restaurant. 5-8 in the fix mentioned arekick'ing in no very CiGAH MEN examine quality and price mild manner. of goods at COLLIXS Ca's. THE full weight 5-cent cigar. J. F. LEONARD Co. 10-lw NEW drink at E. J. pants. MABKS BEOS. Company of the S.wtelle fine style at THE most- complete soda apparatus in town. J. F. LEOXABD 10-lw STBAWBEBEIES at E. J. Csosss'. Big Reduction in Cigar PrlceH. A reduction has been made taking effect to-day. N. R. COLLINS Co. NEATEST newest lowest prices at WOLFE HENLEIN'S. Not changed underwear Stock BEOS._______________________ TBY E. J. CEOSS' root beer.   

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