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   Era, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               I fAEY 1886. -r W- VOL. IX M'KEAN FRIDAY JANUARY 1886. .VOISIC fN YOKK AND SHOWS A GAIN Nuinliov of Wulls ComplcliMl Over An In- r.ryuseiit the Number of Holes. .'EMBERS DECREASE. Cotuplvteil U of A Kulliue Oil U'ells uiul HOO ISarrels put Xuveiuber Kl Iiusty START THE NEW YEAR Drilling Wells uu thu A of S9 0 Wells Since the of FaittSsonNo IOXA. Jen NO. 70. Lot Duke- it drilling F drillinu' Perrin A drill Brown 'I'liorntun flrillin 100. MusIcrJc Hi-iMy is NcCnlm'mt t- W1KT. HKJ. -llX 10 Ji K I t I o'Donnel NO4 t K SchofXoio...................... i IG-i. Wioore BOVOM I G i i f i i i. 1 Short it Dxo 3 r 11 M I'.roMNo 9 t vol. L Best..... Uilf CVUomicU'o J R KuhttiS U It Lot n 2-10. F W WenB I j 1 l llortou. Watson COOiRUT. K T Jos Clinton. 10 1 t 4 I 1 1. Kmnirufinx Co i Wi'llinnu Minor Tiros. ilrllllnu ol. Unu.U-y Unis fit-o Knnx vtCa iliilliiu' Chns Pliil'.ips HIT Win Cotnilciim Cn. a frelU drillinir l.iivt'i.V C'u i-i.' i I I l-ostiT A Cu ilrilliiiLr Juhnstni it WiUoji drilling L LV H K T Johnson drilling Wt Kia'ion Acterly drilling Wt Wilson Ackerly HiUiiinoiuKt fJ'Nuil it'o A H fiO V' i I I It 1 i IJ1 rii' l' ilrjllinu Aiulersun A lintilk-y H rilling KOL1VAI1. l I J I 7 I l l i I I I PyjU i- I Phort A tieibert ticiii it Co...........................diilliiiK Jr No 8................................ rls 11 G I.apimm Nf. y........................drilling TIONA. i Widow Wolf Hell No-i.................. H Heibert '.Oils .lohn Ili-rrmiinn. -V WOHKMKX'S V.VUA.1MSK. JiUnl to Ltiiid Cougi'uM.snitiii tu Draw Ucc. The Con- the guests of the Lot Jenkins 2........................drilling .........................o rigs Booth .........................................orjKs MiiKinucy.......................... KM. 1 II 1 1 1 1 iJ-S 1 1 I t L J I 1 1 I I If J i' rii I I I 1 b i il rMl in i' It I 1 I I I LU -.I L I 1 r rn THE BROKERS' GOOD-BYE TO 18S5 AS IT CltiVWLED OUT f Wciiyor it rt.iiiy FEATURE. -ulopnurnts in tho Vicinity of Kiuic nrliiitho Fleltl tho Source Oreatottt Interval the Closfiol' Vcur J885. S i n'x i i L -1JJ OUirk Brtlltown Oil C......................... -iO IlflllLUII il v.ll May Cnilg Capneai...............'i........ i t rurnemer. A Co................I...... I'hilartclphiti tract. G Kepler A Ktucn...................... MISCEbuS. i Ford A Co. returna frow the rctinsylvani.i oil fields will be founa of opThe Erations for the gbonds-'emlKtr. Full commeuta on sections will lie found of ibis 14 I t m THE LOWEBTTKY. i VEXANOO O. Anchor OH Co...... t_ 1 Phinnuy it1..............V oil city Fuel f J NCI ii tt s IL K Imvis........................r ifmlth Sjiu'yer Invia tt Morgan riir 1 ilr J I lvi-tt. I I' 'l i W 1 I 1 b It 11 I 1 r i t'' XurthrupA Co ft-i. A Shearer......................... 7................................ 100 161. n'l-mmell ri- IJUilll i.V o'nJ It'-i. ..........................rln Kowi-. Wort MuKulvcy A Best............................. Hlf I i_ i 1 A ._ I. b W Wh J Nn wn Wuil1 TIKI UN .1 31 Dcilrifh Nn i it 1 I ll L 1 ll'Nj li ons divisions of the Pacific Mills to-day. They were taken from tbe store rooms through miles of whirling machinery to where the cioth comes oufa in rolls. Tho great quantities of immense quantity of machinery mill tho hundreds ol' silenL opThe Eratives were commented upon and at times A Carnival on this Vloor it I' tho in Um I'rosoiicn of u Crowd-Shutn in Iu anticipation of some extraordinary diversion from the routine of the hull ring litiudrcds of Indies and gentlemen sought tho Oil Exchange yesterday afternoon iill- c gentlemen in chargo ing every nook and corner with the excen- lllfifl lirt r ._ r A K K Nn-j.......................... W KrCilL-rh'k A Hutch...................rig John OijerutorsniL Cu Knlc Hvos Co No -1............... n '4 j i H ELIII LvlJ' .'jlllirtuju Alslumsj tt porulion. From it J -I'llJ'l'l .111. L. I I .11 i O M LT 11 h I 1 1 I J bp_ I _ Junih V I I 111 j corporation. Congressman Tucker was ospueially interested and pnins were taken to giro as a specimen low tariff mnn u full knowledge of the work of the cor- tho cotton mill. procession arrived at the L I'l Jl U'llM j i I 201. Shcirt .t Dunham................................ ri aiH.HM ilrou-n Cn Xo JO............... -Ml. L H Best Xo s.............................. 'JU. Wesley ChainU-rs No-I................. E n Kinerson Nn 1 sain I 1 F ri 1 j ii tx v Kmpirt1 Cu..............................Mrillinir I i ll t I 1 I I CLAKKSVI1J.K. j i 'nn diaries Xaiknial Transit Ca Marlon Lv liltlir Anyoll Oil ......................................-j ritfs -S W McKolvy...............................drilling Steeled McKolvy................................. DiLvidsLiQ ifc lo. riw i-jt Jainos Ac-kerly it Booth Bros Nn-i....................... ri- J R Kulni Nu i riL' 1 II B is....................... lm Karn.swurili No 3............... Jt A 1 I I i-jL i t J 4 t'orhran Bras KO Emerson NoS.............................. riV L KruoiT Co No is..........................SOo --Mlt .......................yrigs frary Co.....................drilljiis riiS ALMA. Mf-Klhuiey. P MntVtit. M 0 ust... j KiKi.poieuii.. H WIKT. Ill 4 4 Oil I _ i ib 0 ife Sv k. 7 Brunc. 4t 2 Iiakart Boiuicr A Co......... W T ftautn......... EMLKNl I'mss.SW Phillips............ All BennOti Allen..... '.H Clftrksvllle Oil riir Muck Oil tt Whitunil............................drilling T i 1 L LV I. 1 I 1 MISCKU.ANEOt'8. n rounry. N hovel 1 i-o drillKiu IMiko Co I'a. KJvl'ls H NV flt KILCS np and buiUling I l 1 4 1 kl -U i n 1 J -1.1 I _ I I 4 I 1 I iOTI-ER AND H lluiitcr Oil Xo 11 rj i L L ik llsirr P 'fV 1 1 H JUH Wripln. i'li A JolillXfi'ii. Nuncv Hi'0.st N'o 11 til 11 I LJlW IJ _ _ works Ljiero spout a louu time walch- J T M K the process of eugruviu- and printing. W0uld not hold nil who wanted this I am bound to bo u .M was Jiultorworth's expre.5- 'L was a ljlttcr about as largo aa a circus ring. Seen from the gallery the packed mass of people presented an unusual nppearauco for on Oil Exchange for everywhere among the sombre-coated mem were bright winter waving seal coals and pretty faces. The big assembly room to see and for many to aion. Mtiaars. Kdruimdsaud Allison naked and the real listened to the an- 'M. Thence they went the canal to the corporation hoarding into which all entered and looked at the invit- ing table and rooms of the opThe Eratives. thid for a explained Mr. the Iroasuror. They could hardly believa it. your down- trodden was the shaft 'launched at The library with its vol- turn away Oil for the sirlc 1 'I wines and the co-opThe Erative fund pvnliinp.1 WLFL LXlilinCU. M i'l iV i fi 1 .1 1 'iLlH I .i _ f f k Kcatt 1'nnii. Lllc company took position at the gat ami saw thousands of go to tj Wosiurman Ko WL KniiHT it iVi Waiwin A Miti-lii'll Xo-l...............drill IIiLckc'lt A Siiirlt-y No COOPKK. i SfOlapp...................................drilliug st i r il f Christie iirus...................................su-1 r 1 1 blmnk S -No 9 ri 1 J J IV- 11 TUB BKAUFOHD Fit MAST AND WiCST BRANCH KS. liriidtbrd Oil wells ll riy Drake. Kennedy tte Drake.................. .1 J M Thompson. Sherwood i 3 w-' M s J A Valley. Venture Oil...............tirv Hlnck Craw ford '7 K to Crave ford it r. j RKD 1 J i. u v r I 1. Rc-thur.. Mi .I 16 ir' Hittten. k yjolly. Rrns. N' I I 'I X 'JO 15 pfts Kmory OH On....................'l dri 1'iijDou Hun. IE 11 H J MrulifhU............................... Forest Oil Co.....................'Trill Tnion Oil Co............................... Richarrls it Blakely........................... Stinsont ronnoliy Urns.............................drill Kineai-1 If t Il'LLlH IX m Ii O esioru nu Muck. F K IkKlon.........................................-un'l I'omcroy. WhetiLlund Oil K Cochmii............................. J S Wilson..................................... KENDALL YftnYleuk 407. nrM-hmti iiros..................................... Oil To K Hitmen i SuO 11A1-LTOWX. X K Nn .......................................o Ayncvv nil ro...............................drillinjr 4 '1 1 I 11 i rii' I'll 1 U It No Kolloy CrandlK. Nn likANh rrtnipboU. L H WiMi'l t'-i............................-j .1 W.ic.lui-k. No lil'ltr KAN Lot Dr Kanir ri- Shirley HdrSisieLler........................ Hovvu A i p -'1 j'tij K MfMnPfti He H. 1 1 Mnrphv leaaOi................ l'Minn TM. i.....................riir bldij li i. -i i M I JU. Kane Oil Co..........................t............ I-HI Union Oil S7i-7t Knv A ichor U t iiirt MuTaimr.u- it t.'o ritf iilliori it t'o Hliou'rUtur Nu 2 ritf bklg Tim Brown Kdwanl- it Xo I '.li iili'. J N'o 5 y 14 Alex M 1' KM 7..................r Nu riff John rn................. WiiJ.ur Murphy. Ji dinner. hen were token for a drive around the city aL I o'clock hmch was served ut the Kliofc all the mill ayeul.s sevcrnl leading citizens being present. _ The Congressional tiolegnLiun returned from Lawrence at -1 p. in. and for Wanhiutoti at TKUKrTORIKS. Approprtutlfjii by of Wlrit Once guil to King Thcchuw. Those have pro- dieted that Oeu. conquest of Burnuili would not bo iollowetl by iU ab- Win MsiriLn. Co M Shuliers ilccpi CKUOII k Stiee................ F 50 i A'3_Tt 11 'NI 10 M Wicks. N II U Pi No J Jo'ly. Ir 1 L I'l Hetxlcr. Jioytl it Cn............ Hhli-pfii. Ira C Wood Wilson tt Smlt...........'.ili V I 1 ff Jonnson. niake.--lce Heyar. fjrv -Sluvons IjlTn'' V il 1 I ViVf J vv'rlls Ii i i 'i IIU 1 1' Ml 14 Itr.uK-v v oil Co. Nn 12.. 13..' AW Boyu. Oil Co Turiier. I' Timblin K T Oil Co Brtiwley A Co KNAPP'SCIIKKK. Van II M MiSt's 4itf K Jnniinffs A Son Miuthevvs. U W J H Cu Waugh W ScoiicUI riij Horde Martin it Co Hrio ianiL Co I I Vj IV I it'll Shear i Nohiti 1 M 1 1 1 r i roters'iu flnllin- Kldrucl fflniVLT Koresi Oil Co killing Int Tili lot Knnouil No l 'J loi r T Kcnncily hit ll rigb 1 A rows lot b llit .t Mi-MiUlon lH'iil i JM.IVMI Hayue Fuller M Murphy MISCKLL VShMl's. Hrillintj T. J1 I ..........siuid sjrptinn into Jlritish India nrfi now t.o he VLry much out in Lhcir calculations. To-morrow tiie governiiieiii will a truce to the uevryear by issuing a prociiam- aiicn signetl by ca.uniand oi1 3Fer Majosty both as of Euglautl and lira press oi India. The proclamation is addressed to nil r.lnj ialirtbiUuts of Great Britain aud who are thereby notified'that the territories luriucrly governed by King are no longer under his but rtvo become pan Her Majesty's do- iiiin.s and will be ndinifiLstered duriiiK her s-ind 12 VNJI AVV-'. T-int. l.ijM'rr H'lii M .-I 17.' 9.' 7U 'it'll 1 li.iy u Jji1 il ril' i I 4ll b 1 ..........................ri- bldy KoU-ri- it Nn vt-k A bldir I i r ri'r I I 111 _ b b t_ 1 i -i 1 if r US T 1 J E T Kirwiu i Co.................................drilling IVuny Hoyeje.................. Berlin. B10..... Post Blitckinarr x' 1 r 10 11 V il dry 4 I 'JO I Rolfe Rums..................I'.rilli 1 I IluirSies i-r. IVrriimrrxt N...... C it Walkor 1 1 LL-Il L I i fj II L I JVni. N'n 7 linrlu-r. Had.rr L KmkMitnn s Brns. h V l Oil I i A S p j r. t V in S s 4 H ISrns. wells li A sitarns S 'l fc or. A J McKlnui-y K..-SO A Mcl.co.l... S Thnmixuii iLiyiii-. lli-lvin. Hi Mclvin V Kinorv oil I'M 15 .ilX. Llr k-y IK rJKUJ. ftX- Knunuls Hens. A Lavei M J M 15 Slickers N..... O'x it i 1 IV II L Shani-r 10 Oill tn r- M II..11i 4 '1 -4 4 N H Smith. I.e SwHrtxfc-wr no ti J S 11 bMir J 0 I l H Binl A Lincoln...........................tlrir.i KOCH 3H1.K. Frunchot Jiook it illiodw................................. INDIAN J ll V '1 I rt4l.II.H4 I II Sherman it C'o............................ilrilM Ft Jcnnints tt Son................................. l 111011 m I.. 14 Hoiiry _ m m .I tK P COLK CUKEK. Union Oil LOWKIi COUNTJtY. mr S I' M -rahi-MM t Unulf ir-L -vj MfilMli li'l-i. l'7 I'-'J -rMritLlSI 'J07I by nppoiurcd by tbe Vice- roy Jmliu. There is no mention made of ii protectorate or even of IL is piuia and simple appropriation by conquest of u territory equal in area to of Xew Kngliind New Pemi- sylvaniaf Ohio and Virginia and a population of over This ha a the programme of the government aud especially of Lord Randolph the Secretary for eversiucc ui-urtcd from Rangoon lo iu- viule th'-. country. 'Mho ID issuiDij 9. O proclamation is due to the Lime re- quired to obtain the consent of the other powers. Most oV them no hut it said HID consent of France and Russia tardily and reluctantly given. Hnainesa was procecdcEl with aa usual until about p. m. when GenThe Eral Hilarity accompanied hia court took full posses- sion. Black's orchestra was stationed in a comer aud when tbe first were heard Pandemonium waltzed into the ringt the hull ring having been relegated to a ttrokThe Era in grotesque some dressed us -women ia the loudest of cos- tumes and tho most dazzling of yellow suddenly became conspicuous and tbe haunt ol1 bulls aud bears was a ball room given over to fantastic caricn- Hires of modern E. who has a trim figure and a snioDth faca. wore a stylish hat. a head of beautiful blonde a white Jersey and blue overskirt. Tho effect was simply stnuDing. lie was the hello of the ball aud it was bard to believe that tbe merry damsel whoso bright smiles were scattered with lavish freedom was a young athlete aad man of business. Tony Tracy was a gushing brunette in gay dreys with raven locks napping about her interesting a Tnua Valley hut.and a mortal JL-alousy of Miss which required the continual interference of friends. X Commt depicted an asthetic look- ing young lady who was not above dancing a hoe-down with a vinnr that made the b gas fixtures rattic. J. Albert-son was aPolUh a veri- table Sam11 of Posent with a ilerdble right wrist aud an expansive grin. Harry Decker shoao as an Esquimaux who looked as though be would gladly change the heated room for the north side of au ice-beig. C. M. Dodge waltzed as a giddy young lady ami J- L. Johnson au old maid with a great fondness for the J. U. Knntley was cast for the easy part of a wealthy which he changed to that of referee iu a sparring match- H. ft. Tucker was a relic of the Blaine and Logan club. Durham rolled around as a ftt boy with raostoftlie loose furniture of a bed about bus F. familiarly kuown f WELLS. An Air of That ItatHoft all hiff. Dispatch to Tire KAXK. Dec. of a very ib-aay. THe scouts watching the Murphy well. Owing to the fact that uo one ia allowed iu the not even nothing can be said definite. ConsidThe Erable interest is taken ia this well by opThe Erators who are seemingly depending oa its if there be any. TheTeuuent well is being watched by scouts with as much interest as the Mur- phy well and in fact is expected to be much more of a ciiterion to go regard- ing the than the Murphy. Quite a number of scouts have made their appear- ance in Kauc for the purpose of watching the Murphy and Tcnuent wells. It is tie rutnor among opThe Erators that the Tcnnenti will be the iirst to show up. It has a very gootl showing and will undoubtedly be coiKiderftd the well that will tell tbe tale. Nothing delinite can be said as to the con- dition of the other as present flying rumors are not to be believed. By the latter part of the week the mystery will he solved and the minds of many opThe Erator and scouts easetl'as rccards the field. T1IOSK TAX SALES. An Explanation of Much Intercut to Tax- A wrong impression seems to prevail in regard to the injunction restraining tho collection of the school many people confounding the school and city taxes and believing there is something wrong with the assessment of city taxes. Some cen- sure the the truth in the Councils have nothing whatever to do with the school taxes either in levying or cor- recting mistaken. The parties who have enjoined the collection of the school taxfrs all paid their dty taxes and there is 110 contest OD that score. The Board of School Control levy the school taxes aud have the power to correct mistakes and are alone responsible tor the levy. The parties who have enjoined claim that the School Board should have levied their tax upon the county valuation furnished them by the County Com whereas the School Board claimed the right and did levy their tax upon tho city which is higher than the county and the patties offered to pay their taxes based on the county val- but the School Board instructed the collector not to receive it unless they paid Lhe tax hence the snit. was a very giddy while B. Forst did the dignified act as a society gen- tleman. IRON hats at R us LAN POCKET pocket books and scis- sors at THOMPSON WOOD'S. A Happy New Year. To dispense a large and honntiful hos- pitality with grace and dignity may well be the pleasure of those whose ladyhood came them by way of But the true is one who ad- mits uo treacherous enemy to her friendly uor hands a poisonous viand to guests. the unwearied traveller that nightly pitches her moving tent a day's march nearer Las joiaed with sad experience to say that the wine-glass is and Port tod by N. from importa- tions of best grades. A YKAirs The nf tbe drill in completed for each month of the are shown iu the fuilowinj' BenniMghoiV. I'ity Fuelt'o..................drill I'M Kulp i r 'L A M K. r Pivasnntvillr. Kuirrv A I'resM- rn i j Mt-liityrc Co...............' IJerlin Son. ClminirfvOIl No9- if T. niipl'.um. v Doitrlch. lljll. 11 3... lojisi-. Wollu A I 10 j l C Scotlclil Ifa- Oil Cu drillni Moody KIIIL Thou Fox. Muhitt saini Siuiili ilrilliuir l Jiuinary.................... 70 I-Vbniary................. March....................... i i L Mnv.......................... '-M7 17 n-ll I'M principal cloth- I. Kalm aud S. IF. Dnrslon were Brother a poiroiied that the baleful spirit In .7ninHifinsofU.n .Wnript.ion aud abides ID it w uo friend to and helped to specif the current of inspiration to goodness. There are H.ury Marlin v.-jw a iu a pie- j need your synxpa- liat tho like of which wore niivcr before fcca outside a lumber t.uun. The vole of guy bntter- Jlios nf assumed SI. Should Have Knhn tm.i If. -T. Frills. P. Leonard was a perfect lady. Jl. Smith was fresh tho land of thcMikario. 1C. J. Itoylston was a prohibitiouisb on roller skates and bore the Prohibit but Oil.1' Will aud Girard Scott appeared as a .-Jiuniii n.nu V DPC gracefully assorted pair just arnverl ironi h. aJu.. -.1. A JKUCS valley. Wsishniplon speeiu. f A on T j music lhc transformed foot to secure the publicMLioii in this rity of a Deniocnitic daily favorable antl help stay the hand that in mistaken kindness would offer tempta- tion in f hat graceful fashion most difficult to and shield from your happy mem- ories of this day the possible offense or oc- casion of s tumbling to one of Christ's little ones. M. B. W. YEAR MALLARD canvass leal red-head pheasants. Option House. to the views of the Cleveland administra- li-Mi. The pliui of those who arc moving in the matter is understood be the pur- chase uiie of the papers now running but they would unt be adverse to an entirely new paper iu CMSC they ioo tho one they have de- not cided IT tbo capital is raised it will come frohj tho Randall winu of the and if Mr. M-uining has nu stock in ii iit least will be consulted as 1 I- I The appcudod tablo jjivrs nniuber of riizs and drilling wollt- undor M'a to itsaltiviulc of the leadin eco- at the close of each month of rd -7 I rir rir i 'JO iV Bro M- I'liiiui-' N I Kiitiienuitli. Mo.uv CKt. JU 5-int T J Mclvin drilling Widow Hcltrlrh. M Dellridi Jc Co.v M Ciilveit A K K ChiUMU-rs Nn Kreiicriok Ilnteh...................... R Wwiver. Co........ A Cu...................r- Iti'-s. Hfss A No f.i C- Vrt t tv i v Associated P KlNZfA. Onion Ojl ll'l. I j 111 t_ 1 1 I -1. L Curtis ii f t'1_Hl'_'t n BUTLKK AND 1 L t 'J il P I 4. 1 V 4 f. I 4i Dcnniaou Co......................... Wilt. Phillips AUliimcrfl Kittanninif Oil MrCailrey. Boh HI. Luppe it Jumioson C-o.........................'p Elunter No 11 1J 1' Kearus fiu's up ftuil huiiiliug...................... drilling.................................. J Ot til i 1 THE 3 0-2 '.'G tltirf Ydiinif Knight sun-l A Cnnvf Wt-uvrr C ford A n le L- ilrillinir f l'-l Anril l J Junu f ll'l On Ol TJI noinic U freqnent observa- tion paliticiaus that the adoiiuis- tration iu necdol such a jnurnuJ. XKW YUKK JJulieiuiuti export beer iu bottle.- fur family use per Option JIuuse. the largest and nicest lino ever iu tbe at WOOD'S. brokers went through a formal dance pro- gramme amid tbe laughter and comments of the assembled hundreds. Then half a doxeu oddly assorted paira put on roller skates and raced a occasionally head over heels as they attempted to ronnd sharp corners. Imported come- dians gave and dances in black a never before witnessed on tbe Kx- Jlour. Shortly before three o'clock a halt was called 'for business and the work of was cleared up. Then disorder reigned again. While two a were a plain quadrille Miss Flanigau and Miss Tracy became jealous and slapped eneli nthers1 faces. Instantly the music ceased nud the dancers a in order to permit tbe ladies to setllc their misundersUndiDg tn the Manims of At Home Ncu- Years. The following ladies of the W. C. T. U. will be at home oo Sew Year's from '2 to 9 p. at Hotel to their friends aud friends of their especi- ally the gentlemen of the city who are away from their Mesdarnes T. G. Chapman M. D. Wm. George Stewart. F. T. K. C. P. H A. J. M. B. F. J. K. J. P. Misses Nellie May Annie K. A. Mattie C. S. llamm and Minnie Speuce. Ji-i -T-.l. UlC iiumbuicd and the drilling u WASHINOTON CImpin Winildn't Siffii. A I.MAX X. V.. Dec. C'bapin to-day absolutely refused to award coutnu-t for State printing and de- clined to with Secretary Carr. a con- trni-t in fuvor of Parsons Co. or any firm. At -I o'clock Secretary of Carr siynod a contract for all the printing as per tbe lump hid iu favor of rules. -Hosing gloves were brought out and fastened upon Lhe tiny bauds of the young ladies who glared at each other. C. Ii. lluullev acted as ami upon his Tllerc are 1'J up stud bnildingnnd ilcnu-. KIU-IHC..........................nnimiir Kiim. Sum Kir.-............................................ rlL- weils t m ammt I'r.tU'tiini A Tlio Wi'll i.s slill prn- diieinu b.irrul.s a dav fnun tbe da'ii Si-i.iii. linilfv A n sand. wlucn was tliu i.i.Kt. _ i t -1 I T r I A sand I'nrl M yiU-r. E 1 s Wcsterinau Co No 3 John Wosturmaa Co Xo Titley i Co Xo dr ETV. -sunrur.i t 1 McBriilc. r.nuly k.t Stone Hoiiao. Oil wle ifc tl U J JVV V t'l Ganlnert Brn Co 11L i J JL. li L 1 1 IrfiUlt. t V C Willow SliuwRltcr Bras A Hurt man N Doty A t'o KIN'XUA VILLAfiK. Mail. Collins Morse Nn ColtinsJtMeCnlinniitoll Fullr. i'iuron........ 3 Stone...................................... KTC1. Bcr.cdici I i f find oil o DuiVioUl vt Till Jiill Jc i Harnsilall J A M Raulld t l P ml W J FMf larrcnr Rhumor l IJDRtiy St'MMAKY COl-XTKV. CIARESDON. o'J Lr1 ill 1 Ul and 21 l l il i k J J'rod'n. 2074 ......drilling lo nUmc attention tu tbJn part of the world as an oil ccnlru lia.s ileopeiu-d to the Gordon sand wiflioul material im- provement. It pumping barrels a day. Robbins o the Montucmiory ibund no iu rock. Tne Gnrrlou Xo. is for a producer in the and tlu- tir'ty-lbotsaud iiu- mediately below. IV.v Kincrson's well. on tlio over a Gordon No. increased its but by heiny driilt'd into tiiu Guntx Co. CHIUSTMAS novelties in lit JiirsL Srt Main Klrcct. A line of bronco aud brass at Woon's. WhUnu.r's If.jusu Dec. Secretary Whit- ney enttrlaiaed the Secretary Secretary Secretary Manning and Poat- tiKister Vilas dinner at his new house this evening. The table was beauti- fully decorated. The entertainment was in tho nature ol'n house warming. ..i nud will make hut nfinall producer i'. .n ix riy from the lower rock. J .lolly. .v I'cix. Nn FJ 'iiiii'M t 1 IJ L i u T i rii' 1 u AMM Kork ainl Kve for cou-rh and colds. irU IhirK-y 51.i 49 3. i .........drilling .utlin nrm i i t Ll I 1 .1 If Hiys up dritlinjT.............................................. Total........................................................ Oil i. i I r UP 1 u--- r i '1 lor I s rii i ii IlnlU Weiri i Oil i W. formerly 2 Congress street. Fine watches and jewelry. Kobcrts No. 77 Main Pa. OVKHCOATS for nothing jiiving Hie and JHas Tracy sliook called the and Miss Flanijiaa baugt'd jriss Tracy on the After a fcur passes oppoueiU on her shell like cart ami headloiiLi in the of tho aurliouce. In uext rouud ladies ihicctil coyly an advantage when Miss nromul Tracv let drive from the shoulder and Flaniyau sat ilown on her bustle real hard. After rounds like this the battle came to a close by .Miss FlAiiigim lier fair fricnilJH head uutler her arm ia the position known iwchiiuwry onU When looaonud Miss rapped Uuullcy on the SB and Harr Murlin soolhcd Miss Tracy agitation with n pal in leaf fan. The ceased nhont by request of President all prcseut joitied in singing Lang ringing out of the old year was tho biggesl aud best -demonstration ever seen iu the and wo doubt SOFT or stiff fifty at Rrs- LANDER'S. Claret find Hhein for these goods N. COLLINS No. 4 Chestnut street. Attlio The following bill of fare will be served at the Hotel Brunswick to all .being invited to partake of tbe lunch. ITNC'H. Hnasc ami Honimjj Cream from y till 12 in. Ilouvd with wine Bnnod mm jelly. Uiitliilo Tongue and line herbs. CVk-rv. Pickles. Jelly in Italys in Glass. Wilier W. formerly 2 Congress street. Fine watches and jewelry. Roberts No. 77 Slain Pa. SEK our men's snits for well worlh Thn dispiitclt lo THE will commence pumping to-uiglit. There is no change iu the Vandcrgriii or Montgomery wells. The Gordon. No. 2 made a heavy flovr if the Gotham brokers yesterday had r. j this afternoon. The managers seem ID- tithe of the which will be remembered j cliued to throw an of mystery with smiles by evury one present. Old and j tbe as tJioy refuse io lebscouta gauge young OQterciI Inio tlio carnival wiMi red- j the hot xeal. 'lTX AT TKE KXCHAXUH. Dispatch to TUB Dec. was BUS- i A all kinds and prices a WOOD'S. ojisi Smis Mulliollaiiil Clark Huts. K Thuyur Nn tflllnniitOi................................. Clark lllot at AlontreaU Dec. The health offi- cials barricaded the adjoining munioipality of St. Cunegonde on account of the prevalence of small-pox. A mob of about ii.OOrt gathered aud threw the barri- cades down ami drove home the police. The military were ordered out and quelled the riot.___________________ CUT cologne aud cut glass oil and WINTER blooming primroses pcmlcd at the Produce Exchange this I and callas atKOCKWELL'S green 10 afternoon aud the floors were crowded with j Foreman ladies and gentlemen who had come_to 12-27-tf '-vEiacKf v 4I i Pft IT............... XQ 13 u i ftlr j. p o 4 c 0 8 fi 5 Connors No2.......................'driUu'ig Hue tompsou iConucll A THiS ALLEGANY FIELD. Dr.Wug antl Kuiliutf. ___ Owner. Zte Lot 1. Pickerluu i Smiih........................uriil. 2. I'ciinoll A Coast Oil J Mack ia A Co..................................nils ir ................cinu.uB Jc Ao............... fj ci i v- I -ii-___ oi. Duke ALMA. L ______So2v......... jlnson Irvir.c soi t Heeter. L Ik 1.1.................. M HrtlUt m fi............rlif liMs M 1 I. Hros IV L i ii AC dark CUT cologne and cut oil and Montgomery. viQeKar bottles cit WOOD'S. Huw it j _____________ i Company of Liverpool. rnuili'- fjipi-iry loijiuitej- A Miller............ Insure with the oldest and Miller irls Harry Shirls I 1-2 Insure with the oldest and largest insur- ance flgeucv in Bradford. No policy fees charged. H. witness n musical aad variety cntertain- Onc nf the Flnext ia the dinner class will be served at the mcnt bv the janior members of the Ex- U1JU UD.a 10 on Sc. There wore manv visitors who Commercial ITotel to-day _froni to G S no tickets and na high as f' consisting of roast and mcata of all kinds. oflered for admission. In many respecla tbe colcrtoinmeut was superior Lo the per- formances given by some of tho theatrical companies io this city. and mcata of all kinds. W YEAR Glovcg_ Hutilo conies oft' to-night at y o'clock at the stove. I No. 35 North Mechanic street. A few more chances left. Call anil see me. All the leading reliable brands of fine Kentucky whiskies. N. R. COLI.IXS NEW YKAK bats. 4 3. Triangle Oil Co.............................. 3 Wt'eler .Baldwin........ Allen It Kit Kane Co..............................dr ........................drilling fc'Oll........i............ Lawton IIIT OH Co....................................... iw MWO Finuegan............................. 4991 Gift Adams....................................... 1 Austin Oil _ Mint '.t No 6 1 Hess tt Sackctt Nro 10..'..................... 11......................... I i Mile ifc Waiters No M Old Sherwood Hye. X. U Cur.LiJfs Co. have all 1S7S o 'S3. in and Ax elegant line of plush cases at THOSIP- 12-15. CALL ut s for hos' anils.- Notice. Our Silnrian the great health is handled only by our sole W. C. McBride. LUTHEB July 20. 1885. __________ SECUUK a chance in the grand drawing at KUSLAXDER'S. Ox account of the death of their representing the Messrs. MAIIKS wish us Natiousl is back agaiu aud to say that their place of business will be earnestly working up bis cause. closed until Jan. 1336. 2t _H. who has been visiting his Myer llothstein. for Ohniulun Cniinnijitrnc. i i 11. the past few has returned home to Christmas dinner complete with I York on the dessert bill. X. K. Xo. 4 Chamoers street. Allowing visitors were registered on 'Change Frank GIGAXTIO asaortment of clothing at N. J. B. Wood- N. II. Go. Carry especially for fine family trade line old Port and Sherry -wines. RUSLAXDEH'S. Go TO 102 Main for line candies and Christmas novelties. NKW YKAttmuillIeii. GRERNKWALOH'. _ H. K. N. aud M. lodian Pa. ___.________________ ORIGINAL lowest prices always at GKKBNEW 124 i I fe Jt fc I   

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