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   Era, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               I L I b f .1 t f I i IX. M'KEAN MONDAY JANUARY 4 1886. I I I ______ r f oosmn'TBiss TO ire TO-MOUKOW. This Kx- ti Fniucl. CaftHsIe tfce committees and thorn lo the Jtouse ou 11. i more his took up a position in the City Hall and the police having re- ceived orders not to fire under any circum- the rioters were not interfered and the dare not leave Ms home. A fight between two drunken men in the street brought on I Chief of Police Treve.no. He was fired upon and shot in the The firing of the mob was promisciiouw and sevThe Eral of their own people were one fatally. The military then appeared and took charge of the city and at present there 13 no local government. It id reported is flf tlie Commit on Labor. This snimht after ijltCC llfcl it to bti one of importan1- uuriug the prcbeut little visible work is expected of week. So tar the Senate lmd no has been ilone with tbo Prcsi- noaiiaaiions excapt committee work. rens-semMes on Tuesday Uakotti'a Statehood as unimiahed business in ilie rononed in other form 'ik Committee Territories. Mr. expects to talk some lime upon comhatiiuii the Butler rcsolu- iqiiircs if the Statehood move- is not revotntHiiiary aod against acfi its the matter will come up from djv others will speak. It is not will be disposed the end of the week. It ia rfennwr Heck will renew ition to the prcfposiiion lo suspend the genThe Eral financial the the report has not beencontiuaed. middle of tho week it is t-xpocted will reporting nomi- -o tiuit nuuth of the time will bs by executive ses-iious to make hicli i BOHEMIAN for ihu tH to Jan. 2. in speaking to-tiny to a friend about liis recent letter to in which lie scored lying saiil that he had not overstated tbe offense of many journals ia this Iris iinn dries should not be understood as applying to all newspapers and all corres- He recognized --as fully as any- baily tbe power and inflaence of honestly conducted and appreciated their support and approval. Hy Imd en- joyed und during his administration Lhe acquaintance of a numher representatives of ueNVvSuerd and NO. 72. QUEER RAILROAD PLAN IF IT THINGS. ou uiul Wliile the Trulu Is al Full How Would Uni Iiivunlor Work liffore anil know thfcin to be men of character win tried faithfully to serve tbe public by tell- ing the lie knew of the diftiuultieH under which they Inbored in always the exact truth and in endeavoring to verify every rumor in the limited time in which they were often compelled to do their He did nul intend thut his letter should apply to Mich meu nor those and ho kaevf thero were Home of that class every reasonable efibrt to secure accuracy of btatmacat. The olVendcis against the truth und the otVenses they f-ommilted were llagrniil. The Pri'bident LCJIVO wauy insuuicftsof the of truth inauifoslod by ST. Jan. F. a hair dresser and dealer of Has invented a method of taking up autl dis- charging pusaeugThe Era and goods from rail- way trains which is decidedly and if adopted will work a complete revolution ia the matter of pussenger transportation. The working and drawings ahow a main track ou tho level and nu elevated track in front of an deviled depot with in- clined tracks leading to the main line. The is to start a train from one tunniQUS and not lo huvc it atop or slacken speed uutil it reaches the other At the diuna time may be taken up and discharged at nuy station. As a train reaches a station on tbe ruiun track the rear car switches ofl and runs up the in- clined plaue to the elevated depot. At the same tinio -another cur runa tho other iQclino is caught-hy the passing whirlod oa to the main track and he- comes a part of the train. The passengers who desira to stop at the next station pass tj the rear car which was side-tracked as was the previous one and fumlher cor load of posatugerd is taken Hy a very simple which acts when it train gels within a certain of ft it the car which t lit n starts down Lhe inclined just M thfi car of the Irain is switched ulV und starts lip on thy other This transfer cars is mude withnut of dThe Erailing aud the brought to police headquarters Im admitted the forgeries itnd said he had fequnnaered the money on fast women and wine. He said he had at one lime lost iu a house in West Twenty-eighth street kept by Johnson Kirby. A civil for the recovery of the money has been mHM'cd nirainst Johnson iCirby by t-hc plundered aud Kirhy was arrested last night by Sheriff Grant aud locked up in Lndlow street jail. FIsliel will bo taken to the District Attorney's office to- morrow to answer the numerous fuuud agaiayt him. MR. BEECHER'S SER510N. HK KNOWS IS IN 1UH1.13. om-hcs up llio Tliruiul itiitl OihUtis on tho Ovowth af How The vrcll ia flowing about once an but the tank houso is kept under lock and and the gauge is not imparted to outsiders. A break-down Montgomery HERE'S TO 1886. opThe Erations at the o A Iklonouguhc'hk l''u- to I 'a. The river would not be aware of the opThe Eration of that Speaker Carlisle will e the committees HOQQ the ifcets to yive chairmen oppor- toanaiu'c for work. Then the eVil Lit Stairs lor iutrnumitiou of bills lite rrsuiuiMl uu finished likely not be completed until when take uutil the following will he mncU accomplished ex- Ihero nntb- on'tho Sp'jakfi's lor immediate There ic-solutHmri upon the Hou.sc aich will occupy the time- Secret MiiiHiiQii heard aallvin rcminl to the alluded d tbe crew to man the revenue Her Kiirth mi her Arctic voyage because ihein-'ummMit issued to them. can make no of latter sach us the nothing falsehood that ho h.ul sent troops to protect ihe. IntUsuis on the Carlos a lio that created needless iuii- j tation and tun em thousands ol people who accepted it as true. He also re- ivrred to the petty personal lies about himsulf with which the country was such as the tluit he uvver went to that he went fishing on that lie culled ibr whisky the in- stant he -iot into the Morlh Wcmrts and the 11 liku which hurt on upon repiouch- I'ul letters from clergymen nml eei from newspapers- He did coupling and uncoupling. There are quite n number of details which are remarkably tj und all form a sstem which ib apparently perfect. The inodtsi withnut a hitch. P Mr. iilcd aciiveatand has applied for a patent for FEVKIV the The mi the lamer. The px-t to-iby publishes si private now in LV in tbiit city next liu-r ''For Home IUUUK in London have how it was that inch au enterprise on foot without thereof hy attach great importance to these mis-itatecuents about himself personally. It was the tendency to misrepresent public men genThe Erally Unit ha deprecated. He said in don't take anything I know what I said wu-a not I want ths news- papers the letter iits to apply it. The only qualification T would if is is tiuil i do not include all news- fur all do notde.servo nor uantany roileclions upon careful and conscientious correspondents who are kuown to be such hy Ia fairness to the ih'Ml it should ha wwi that he 1m bten more friendly to newspaper men thau any other occupaub ut' Lhe White House for yenrs. He is alvvayd accessible und DKEAUKD Sixty Prisoners in Uiu Allmuy Down WitU thts Jan. S. The city papers have inUii now refrained from publishing ihe tacts concerning the hrcaking out of ship fever at the penlteatisiry. There arc said to ha some sixty prisoners prostrated with 'j disease and uotwiLhslandiug pris- after a Jour strike for three have ul last decided to accent the and will return to work to-morrow at two ami a half cents. During the strike there Ima been much aud destitution among the and almost all will welcome the closu of the lougwt aud most disastrous strike of tho Thirty-two delegates attended the con- vention at icpreseuting mines in the first four pools. Among the mints represented were Hay a Walton's three Poster Clark. Alliqnippa Coal Roberta Guinhert John A. O'Neil Enterprise Homer Itock five mincH at and all from Browns- ville. District Musler vrorkmau presided. President the Miners' wan in aUendance aud advised tho to vole for two and uoe-haH etnila. 'The was held with closed aud the thai tho con- tinued until late iu the afternoon indicated that llieio was a of opiuiou. Shortly before afljonrniucnt a ballot was whirh resulted in twenty-one voUs for two and one-half 'and t-levcn for cou- the strike for three cents. Not- withstanding thy objection uf some of the delegates District Master Workman Newman oHioiiilly declared the strike at an end. President in an interview ''This strike should have ended f-ome tinm I advised the L leaders tn use inlluoncc with the men in this and wanted it to termi- nate a month Jan. jletare hia sermon this morning Mv. Beecher uaturedly said that bo hoped tho reporters would help him to inform the world he Icuew the word was iu tbo Bible. He had said in bis sermon a week lhat he did not the time recollect the word in of the church s he out told him it wtus in Nothing new irf reported from the real of the Held. well Marsh have leased pan. of the lead on which will he erected a genThe Eral repair shop for oH-madunery. FUliLIC Opening of tho Winter Turin w the llihle and he at once to receive about it und now it wan gut- ting so he didn't have time to open all the IctUrs that were coming in. They began near by and now lie was getting them from about the hmgitude of Jown. He the news would get tn California in to sUop the When a man bud made a mistake the best way was to it and he hastened to wet lint still njaintiuned that tbe thing insisted on in the liible in every ease was righteonsacsa and not the forms of religion. Beecher's sermon this morning was from Miulhuw aud AnnlUtsr paiuhloput fujlh nuto Lhum. sny- Tuu Uinyaoni u KMIII of which ttiok unit sowed in UlstieW. Wlurli indeed is icasi uf nil sctitls. Inn when il is grown is iliu greatest ln-rhs ami bccouiLah a .so thai tho birds come and loilije in iho bramilics tliuninf. Mr. Bcechcr As the urain of mustard seed aid not really find itself until it shook iU leaves in the wind aud the birds iu iu bra nth so men 1mve not Ibnnd themselves in any of the lower of unfolding and develop- bub nuly whuii they come iuto tlmt ratme. First man in The -winter term of tbe public schools will begin this morning after u vacation since December Indications are thai the attendance will be voty large. There arc no changes worthy of note in llio course XKW VOTUt OLAVGKS AT THE OIL SITUATION. liig tlio Lato dlfnK unrt tlio Wlicrn arc the A Condition of tho Tmile. of TUB ing the November cyclone than the Kane well or any other cause. The Anchor and the Kane wells combined did not do as much harm as the liar iu the oil region who lost no occasion whereby he could palm his murderous notions on tbose whose fears were only too easily aroused. But I ho damage is done. oil region liars aud their the Kaae and Anchor have wrought more rain than any leu elements opposed to the oil trade have of studies. There are .some i-'rmnges in the force of aa Mr. B. of haa been elected principal of the High School and will begin his duties to- day. He will have chftrgo of the clashes in the National sciences aud litThe Erature formerly in the of Misa who resided her position ou account of tbe serious illness of her mother. Miss Jameson will retain the classes in the languages and mathematics. Mr. Spauld- is a graduate of Dartmouth College and brings to his work here the advantages of a successful experience as principal of an academy in Vt Misa Schuganst a graduate of the Normal School of has been elected teacher in the ftnxdlbrd public schools uud will have charge of room Xo. Fifth ward. Miss Alice teacher of room No. lt ward iu sick iu but hopes to her dnliea iu the course of a 1NKW YoitKj Dec. untiring I accomplished post year. They were representative who is temporarily stationed triiMphaut on the principle that a lie can in Gotham could not allow the old year to puti-inK rn i- Ul3 Cra8b P'iCCS go out without giving THE Lax a declined thirty points and millions of and pariiug recognition- The cloeing has dollars difference was created agrinstthose been an eventful year to the oil trade in j of the region who came to ita relief every feature pertaining to the Imainea. v 1 of a new ana improved situation. New Vork's supremacy as a speculative Rut these friends arc uot of a kind who get coulre been ln-yonrt a tlonhl. fnghtenetl and run away on the Oral ivbiiV Ho will Oil City of au advuisb Their fiiilli in the oil or TitnsvUlc present claims to the lender- ift bnt their confi- nfa__- deuee in the goods remains a matter of ah.p of a profession that dates back a quar- fact. u may not bo so enthusiastic as it UP of n centnry. It has departed from was for it haa been forewarned of some of them lorcver with the exception of where thc posaibLliliea that can but ta utuizea when the they trading posts. This may sound somewhat HHi.-VSN MTTLK NEGATIVE how u eould ever be con- of ihn colonial exhi- ttnu-. looked and iu- in VAIU for HUV eviaenuo in the way Kuutina for but UMH tMlonml exWliUion. lt titu-rn us if al ex- hibition must b- riwiiued to be a foilnce and a ran-c1 ol' untl ilisreputc on boili sultr. of the- and thia TvhtMher the promoturs ho Knyltsh or oneis are duily discharged from the insli- tutiou and passed through oar thus exposing the public to the infection. The penitentiary wagon its usual stopping at the jail and places of possibly with it the seetU of contagion that may the city. This Htateme.nl is on tho authority of one of Lhe miwt icpulable physicians in Ibo city with ihu hojjfc thai the board of health will take prompt ac- tion by a strict quarantine the H is siid tluit one of the penitentiary who died re- cently was u victim of this fninl deaths are reported among the prisoners within a few Uprth AVas liulucutl -Jack to Wait for ntiivl Disiinctinn. many havo been tulil of Senator poHlical sagacity. The latest to the content for the Presi- dency ftrii li-tniwrr uf tlio iSenatCj autl is said to explain her husband's unexpected declination of tin- hntior. H was well understood the Linus that Kcnutor moved and to to socum Ibti Lli.il it. was with SKW I-AMJ'. Given A Must by Chief Assistant. NKAV -Ian. Hanmer y Inventor chief electrician. He Hoinft of his recent successes in fo yroftwiun on .New Year's eve by u diniu-r to twunty of his old and triiMidd. Mr. Iftinmer's s in City is an k machine in Vou can't walk tht1 threshold starling a hells nr hull- The walla ure IvUrtl with dKitork of wires und UpatRirs is li ballroom Lbut n-ould bu worth to a -laxy man. you put Farhwul on the pillow the yas is India 1m t tun on the fide of the aud fix an attnchment on siOc. and will be uvrakencd when jouwant to by a Tlie walked uroum'l on iiptoe thuy entered Xo- although ottomans ehairs wtiic sMttercd ihc When each newcomer tried to the rhair i-illier doubled up or foi Ihc propelled by band- If touched a solu the every to eorri'spoudunts in qnest of lews whether the papers they represent support his not- thosu wh-.nn he is ut all acquainted he talks t'rtitly antl without conceal men t ol public Prob- ably no man iu Lhe country would regret Lbau he to have the insprewion to thu country that he wuuled to Imr the White House reputable douts. JN rUVSSlA. of AVil- Arcusslon tu the 'Vhruiifu day hud been ulmnsl wholly given np to the c-slebration of the of Kouig Wilhelm's accession to the throne of Prusviii. The real Gate of the silver jubilee is Jan. for it is rum Jan. lhat present uf at the penitentiary yesterday u reporter was informed that four of the inmalcs had died but tbo officiate were very reluctant about giving the Tbe diseado is stated to have hrought here by a United Stales prisoner six wenka und has coutiuuetl 10 spread until s-xty are now suffering with H. The following ofticiul prouluiuution has beeu isjsutfd by Dr. the city henltb under dute of UiuieCDssary alarni having by nu- warranted siatcuicnts that uu of ty- phus I'uvercxisU in the the follow for the IEI formation' of the pub- ihe tor's approval and at his nobody doubted. It-is said that the iSeuator retired from tlie caucus hijihly elated with his He told UU Avsfc and AYHS Houiowhat sur- to Utul tluit she was advcrao to Ins uxpluiued that slut had been making u canvass on her own account and had airivud the conclusion that if hu itmk the plnuo it- be us hiyh he would evnr -t. Tnc If oar bill she was. the lower then uufnldiny and in long the civilised man tuul then all The there is the linal end of The grand taking notbins aud making of and then it carrying it through all tho stages into the hunmu and then from ihu hunnin c.stutc into the very tliat repeats itselt in every individual horn imo the because every child substantially euudeuses and abbreviates the process Unit the race itself baa been yoing through since the hegiuuiug of In the new testament this is not ex- preyed as a theology or but it is clearly enough indicated as ihe expressed in the and methods of that time ia which it was writtuu. So that ia that fifth chapter of which I am never tired of to yoiit though yon may bu tiivd of hearing I hope fruit the divine spirit in this world Is Lriverv us t J r J U'r.ip- During lao last two montba of the term is dosed ilie attentlanco was tlmn any time heroin fore sitiou the schools were the loUil number of pupils strange lo llio wbosoinetimes cheapeued bis which are snugly itnagiue they ycl. control a major share of in vest pockets or as no trace the oleaginous bnt Oil y.et insLitutcd can locate a majority of the City ami TUusvillo will swallow their losing certificates that are known to be in medicine uncomplainingly. The reasons existence. Whether tbeir courage will he why tl.e speculators have gravitated to Got- rewarded from now on will depend largely ham ic the mam are as distinct as causes on developments M. Washington aud that hnve led to countless disasters in other I sevThe Eral minor points. They are loaded brauches of ihe trade. There was a aud prepared to secure all advantages that Hay four or live or even ten years .when CIUI possibly be madft accrue lo i adorn i- fipeoitlators did complain of exorbitant plnck and ready cash. Tbn rates ol interest. Tboy would pay the nlob lmve go auil joined the army of rates exacted hy tbe bnnks of the regions ia llle oil region who are attempting with that prodigal recklessness that char- Ilo certificates out of the heavy bolder nearly all their transactions. decrying every praiseworthy feature of _ m _ __ _ _ t V __ ___ K The Eranee or gGlt-controlt that is fruit. of mau and nature as for this for the production uf these and every man thsjt is producing something but not comes short of the idea of his existence. Kvery man thai is producing even he on f-m At the annual election of rhts Oil Kxchauge the ticket WUM ear- without Wheeler. R. Ihuitlcy. Scott. Klauijwn. f I. 0. W. If. C. IL A. J.J2. A. 15. J. U. U. A. Johnson. Arbitration W. CK L If. C. Conference L. J. B. II. lilackraarr. of C- Inspector of J. A. Albertson. Ticiisurur Wiufselrt Scott submitted a re- port showing the on Junntiry They imagined they being favored when the baukeis and money changers loaned them money at twelve orlvveu- ty pot interest. The extravagance that permeated thespeculutive interest extended its infiiumiting to every other branch aud dotail of the industry. Hut the speculator lias changed. It is only lately that he regards his interest account with the same jealous eyes as the banker. The bunker's course may not have been censurable at the time he wus gleaning his in t abov o The corporal ion of the Bradford Oil Ex- on January has uo debt und u surplus of may full short in every one the most prized in outward he roally nttntning the end for which he in ercaUd. The funduvaental virtues arc wmilii bei-ome u which liirf Krcdnrick WilMim IV. But the refused to pnnlic. I'hlobratio-i ftinv which jiUo his b death uml iVstivUitis woru o lie. Typhus fcvor maile Us in the latter part ot No- Inlrmluccd iruu the prison by convioi from ihc Southern tiyr. It nritrlnaio in tho thu FaniLiiry COM- fluiuu bcltm purfcct. It has not sprcud tliu north Cnreftil is enforced ami Droctiutioiifi uikcii. The is considered unilor control ami an epidemic need noi lia H-jaUh Kdward J. the deputy superin- is down with the disease aud to in u very low condition. _ _. __ SWAMPED IX T1IH SKA. would iireclmlu by accident. On the other it would place thu Sen- ator a position where he conld not hope tur the There was a lull and free 1'uinily dU'Jus- in which il r.ppetired that wiia satisfied witli Icndc-r of the Presidency pro tetnporc as a vindiculion or deserved und in that it Hli a no more tan- gible sh.ipn- Sn tlui iiouiinution was next declined. The that it not dtclint'd at once pivus color to this pretty little po- nil thuso things uru hnt they arc the lower Hlaizes. What you building nn ihemV If you do yo than that and have the prinriple of honor und higher conception.4 of truth and and and Rclf-deniiil in some within a limited circle these are they are not they arc hut the green stem of the and not uutil there comes into the mind the illumination caused by the spirit of God itself Unit gives atmosphere to all unil 'nr Cu. No. s Soventct'ii Tursuns Drown oil While turning ft 1' Ay AM Dec. 22. Yesterday two lam- until to-day- Special services were held in the chmuhos and nil the places of puhlic resort ia and around Berlin were crowded j lhes namwl Slrlra aod luft with enthusiastic Germans whose first a boat for for invariably health aud life to the nnd The Emperov speul the day as quit'tly as possi- wall begau to he took another Ihc movement and phosphorescent ble ia hid palace in i'nter den Tho Kiny had rcfiisetl to receive an ova- f t tion from the Gsrrnan Priuces collectively and had discouraged andieuce or preffeoUvtions- Many pen I to him had been returned to the at ibe ex- pense ol' the with the iherts many oilidals whose rank or stat-ioa oniilled them to call upon the Kiny at any time and these presout. there wcro of Lho s and ministers of the foreiuu Slates Minister whose in-enL appointment re- to take ui inferiur place iu the including lUeli'hl-iandciUf-jrphospliDresceni V rained i one knew when ho MUii'td huu tai take inferior placo ui he procession. The kaiser was dressed ID the purpose of attending the customary pro- cession and ol taking part in the festival of Oar Lady of Carmel. Upon their re- turn voyage all went well until the mouth of the Andnlien river was At this in consequence of a change of it became fiecessary to alter the position of the aud fur some reason not ytt all tlis passengers rushed to fine akle of thfj which thbti All hands were thrown into tho water. Tbe cries of the people were heard by two lightermen aud they Wiln'Lfcui aut of Culling when askert tn-ihiy if it true that hu had Jnculpt-n a rltrul toe sifter the fight nt lliUOUL-lu'. it was uoU What ho did do was to off as a thft scalp iockn son of old White fof lihiuulnf iciioufule Sioux who were driven ni' Minnesota for in a Howard said other also In-lpMl iheimmlves tn hairy souvenirs frnni the heads of dond the other qualities and aud lilts the soul into a holy has the giain of muslard seed become a tree in which the birds of the air si band it is completed but all tho ages onward aud upward are valuable and better even if they go no fur- ther lhan to have hud thorn absent. They are not Ihc full completion of the idea of in but they are relative stages and ought to ho preparatory on the way ou acd up. 1C you will mil Vio a be M near to it you ran. is bettor fur it is InMt'or for this it is with more hope of salvation in the lifu but understand ih.it uinval Tliw Thuiwliy. Thurscluy a grand vocal and instrumental iu which tbo bust musical Inleut of Bradford will pnrtt will he given at the Wagner OpThe Era Honwf ntider the auspices of the Women's Relief auxiliary Lo Post i A. U. The proceeds will be for the seats bavo been placed at tho very aie price of fifty ami will bfi uu sale at Krennan Tues- day morning. Uvx ui' will Llcmen will also take C. L. vio- Mrs. H. C. Win. Mr. Frederick A. Mr. P. N. Mr. W. Car- Mr. L. cornet. Mary Mrs. I Mra. H Mrs. XclHc Mr. Will Mr. Win. .ToxSepli i furvey. and Ilocnrd ThrtMj Hi ilr nnk nud are morel v tlu1 foun- lor ulJuiricity everywhere. after they had adjonruerl to the one of'tbts number worked up tiwlUd tnko. a scat at a table tUe deUcacifiri. The othThe Era At tlia head a of JunUcr aud at n froiu the host the to an address of H.C wore suirt sttHjji- a bilMiloua and bis eyes the snap of in while lls from side-pockets unifortu ot' a tielrl iQarshal and' he wove most of his decorations except those that he had received as the Emperor of Germany. He remained1 seated timing moat of tho but be IQSO to re- spond to the congratulations of the diplo- matic He made a and yniueful but he avoided all puliti- allusipus heyoud expressing pro- found satisfaction at the friendly rchilioas existing between Germtmy and the other nations of tbe wofid. hcwitched. Reach inaocenMooVinE and you boll on tlie where the meat to pour a of jemonadet and scent usid full of fire it your put your spoon into a and of red and try to pick a und an dashed from tht- item that from. -r liujs cooked by and when thci stlock tinkled oni 10t nsheriug-in the pandoiumiium Deemed to 'nave a with ihe quiet Two liltiy ciinnou crawled ia thft .ippr.reutly were heard under the aud the place was in tin lasted sevThe Eral and juesisi to such a t the lefty an hourattfr- fcdingthat somehow tiier had A j century ahead ofthe cauvass tetil TL-d-bead pheasiinta. Option House. put off iu .the fragile craft to render what aid they could. Ou reaching tbe drowning tbe lightermen picked up five one of ap- peared to be quite dead. As the boat wjw i unable to stand under en great a it was resolved to throw the supposed dead Chinaman overboard. This was accord- ingly done. Tbo uo sooner struck the seized hold ofthe gunwale of tbe boat aud capsized it. Tho recently rescued people aud the light- ermen were thrown into the aertr out of the seven persons five were the only persons saved being Krr-ncisco Gonzalez aud one of the lightermen. Two boats were dispatched from Talcahnano to the fatal and they returned with alt thobodios of the female and that of one sevonteen iu all. Tbe bodies of the remainder of the drowned persons had not recovered up to the inst. no was nr of brutality Cap was found wiMi holes ui his evtry onu hy tho Calling I toward The scalp lock ferred to n Uopliy in tho room of platoon of the State of which LieulcnanL liuwanl has fonnftily ConsreSH street. Fine watches aud jewelry. Roberts No. 77 Main Pa. ON aramnt of their to My that their place of business will IJD closed uutil Jan. I nn which you are to ou ami build higher and hiuhcr until you come tn the perfect man in Clivist A dnvd ni Ihe uf UmilfiH'cL Ifavinii for boon residents of the we netnl no introduction to of ami liavintr iv.auy frit-julR you trust inir venture will niako MS v-'ill nnny tnoro aud uociuMnics. As ban been staled in tlu-e columns wo hsive tbt insuraiu-o formerly by W. IL und we nnwconm to you as the only strictly resident insurance agency in the city. Wo Miuniu drunk 'and dis- tiucd Jiva dnuik nuil lined Jitury drunk and served twenty-four Williimi with reprimand. Junnary I'.il diselmrywl suspected of Inrneuy Cnnninhuni. ordered ont I-'iinny lined I-1 red disorderly. Lined ry 'K. W. Tru- drunk und lu-arisig All uf I'l-pperty Hiist ofthe i to bo ConbuUilutetl. CINCIXNATTL. Jan. Tbe quirer to-day sriya C. Jrnutingtou will c-jusolidale all his properly east of tbe lowest prices always at 124 Main. 'fi Jan. 4 o'clock this morning fire broke out in livery stable ut LJa.. rapidly to Uue Tones' grocery j Xitnmer- nuui's shoe which together with two cfjuipictely destroyed. For the time Ihimes thrcateucil to destroy the entire pftrtion of the The IOSH is estiuialpfl nl lire w.wof inconrtiary ns the and chipper of alarm ball Imd been re- moved and oil poured ou the floor and sides of some of the building. both nrHdenU of wo properly in uity help hy our to bear its this is our our interests are and propose as hnaiuess men in cvoiy way possible io the boat interests rnn ctTy and its inhabitants. We represent Uio and of companies in the Old Shflnvoinl Hyu. N. U CULLING Co. have all 1 to in tlswotstr1 and 'Sjonr Ho. tf Elatn Strftott iii and Hliippcre of harvest. It may have been part of the evil system that shadowed the whole oil coun- bnt they will be aud arc even now held responsible in well informed circles for thcj departure of the speculative oil trade from the oil unions to New York and PitUsburg and where money is cheap and every facility ia afforded for handling huyp blocks of oil in the moat economical manner. The producers as a claaa cauuot entirely escape as the speculators have done. Large companies have gone to new pastures. They have located and estab- lished themselves in New York aud where they can receive unlimited finan- cial accommodations and tho less conveniences unknown in the oil regions. Bub the individual producer must remain at home and pufc up with what arrangemenia he make to con- tinue the hand to mouth business he has been forced to do ibr nearly tun years. There arc notable exceptions to this but in the main tbe producing classes opThe Erate very close to ihe cushion aud are a source of constant prey for those who understand and appreciate their honesty to the extent of giving them unlimited aud treacherous credit Unrestricted credit made itnifllord's biy drove the producer to false methods of transacting business aud piled up the arcmnulsuert slocks of oil that are now like u pill I over a trade thai would otherwise be healthy and prosperous- But even the credit system that was so grossly abused because the for viohvt- it wore so seductive has been sub- jected to many changes ami the traders and nil classes in oildom have experienced a wholesome regenThe Eration. In the future their transactions may not be so numerous or on such a gigantic bufc is fair to presume more ot1 them will be conducted yound business princU pies. While the cash feature may not become a part of oil country religion the reforms iu tho credit system will bring their own reward iu the event of new or dangerous oil fields being found -within circumscribed regions. This argument will not hold if huge deposits are opened in Kentucky or Virginia. It is only intended for those who I think are prepared to gather a few wholesome lessons from tho costly ex- perienco of the past. Another conspicuous to be observed in the oil trade is shrinkage of production to a point heluw the demands of the world. The golden which tells us that when the producer and consumer meet ou equal terms prices and values must improve ap- plies with double loree to the oil produc- ing region of New York.and Bears and orilicH will ImL the stocks arc in the So Ibey are. But these storks were not produced in u day or a year. They are results uf many abuses aud an epoch of extravagant and suicidal management long drawn out. It. will require ami a continuance of the huulthitr order of the situation. Some of the worsUd mob of gamblers may never enter the market again. If they remain out a new lot of suckers will have to be introduced to hurrah while the heavy hoUtar und legitimate speculator waite and smiles al the next ad- vance. Inspired hy dollar oil Gotham's ibe crude oil certificate will not be ignored. It has already taken rant iu the speculative family circle with the gilt- edged securities for which this community is noted. Its tho Standard Oil has given it a position and caate among the best Knickerbocker From now denpite its plcbian iL will be recognized on the same principle that a bond is appreciated. The Standard Oil Company have made it the equivalent of in the region from whence they pipe it totliesea. They have made it aa gold in the speculatives com- modities that daily attract the attention and the wealth of lower Broadway and Wall street. It bears no interest like n government but is universally recog- nized as affording the most brilliant promi- ses of reward to the speculator. There arc many more characteristics I would like to mention as this memorable year dies bnt I must refrain as I fear J already transgressed too much on your valuable space- A Happy New Year to the oil titicate. May 18SG not be as toutrh a year on the little darling as tbe year 1885. May we all see one dollar and oil. YKA.B hats. GUEKNEW GOUMCS- EVJSSET purest and Option House. Endorsed by cnrcs. Thvsn and tolMiouoH. Climiix lolmcco t.o the -15 less two per oeut for cash. Cigani of nil our specialty the Fresh imported jbteign and douiwitiu wiuiiH. BpccinltiCFj in'still Mississippi river at uu early date. Kewport News Jan. dtapaich from Cairo states that the Arab he battle of MM oirlv The Uiuro Stales uiai me nruu UI.'UBIIIILUV at au u at Giniss was COO killed. Many wounded Mississippi nan .Q roads is to be the title of the new company wThe Era attended by British surgeons. The X. li. 1'urt Wi .tss frum itnporiii- mileSj------ Memphis to New oJJ Kentucky Central with 253 loaia with an aggregate mileape ol milea fttb io te under one cenThe Eral manage- men 1. The Mayan Lie Big Raufly road will be extersled from to Cmaionatti this yenr. This -will shorten the distance uhcirt sixty milcH. The i t JD 138 Tmkish .nmterine IW the Alpha J __ n VI fl X. CnllitiH Ciivry especially for fino family Lrnde fine olfl anil Racrry TaliiMy Stubbud Uis Jan. who owns a saw near a New YC.IL'S dinner to hia hnuda. One ol' D man named who whs picked a quarrel wiUi Sum and Lhe laLter picked np a large knife on the table and plunged it iato Line's cut- icartql and injuring him fatiUly. Jones came bore yesterday and gavo iinnnelf up. r w companies who cnrriciV Unulfnrd rinks when refilled and cl'nl not io have it demonstrated thai wo hud a ami jnvmiftirnf and having a knowledge of our Imsim-tiS are prepared to furnish the protection Lo our cus- tomers. V Jf we should make any money out of Hie premiums you pay ud it- will none of it Oil City or any other outside hnt will all 150 to benefit our own und thus by patron- us yon patrosiixo a pnroly humc vou receive ttlc atronnest _ j and wo tlijuk you will us able lo deal with. that re exist between we Ymird 12-31-1 in C. P. CuhV Imported Tokay and recom- iiieiided hy physicians centa. Excellent of clarofa. Whia- wo carry in boiu1t enabling ns to st-niight whisky in or out of fiach as Mel McGib oua. Wo invite the public lo examine onj believing tlyii we can unit tho mop1 Ordeni for beyr received. A. Ko. What on in i.liu Pftys. Prixe packages arc plenty but very What is the matter His bull wheels are all the rage. Johu of made a liv- ing visit to his home yesleiday. Should Mrs. Stoop secure her promised fortune she will be the wealthiest womuu in F. of attended the Maccabec lodge ou Friday night and visited his parents for a short lime. The Cornen hosc'company will give a masquThe Erade hall on about the 7th of Feb- which will he their fifth anniver- sary. J. H. of the Kendall drug store wears an pair of a Christmas present from his brother in N. .1. His wife and two little daughters also enjoyed hearty recognition on a holiday tree. M. A.. the hardware mer- arrived home yesterday after attend- ing the funThe Eral of his wifeJH sister at Uroome N. V. His wife still remains at tho bedside of her little niece who is very low wilh membranous croup. Dr. E. A. Walter leaves for this morning. On Wednesday he will unite his hand with that of Miss when the two will walk in- to the presence of a minister and mudo one. The doctor has his case all ready and most elcyautiy so that when he returns on Thursday the house will be in order for both bride aud groom. Miss Carrie Artly will see the nuptial knot tied. TO principal cloth- 121 Main. at ill's rattle conies on Monday without at Ibe No. 15 North Mechanic street. Tlio ve reiiirtvcd tlieirofl'ice lo tho corner of Main und Kennedy sleets. Call see QVKHi'QATHi large Ii4 Jtaiu. liDUiu his throufeU system between jns iii uib uiuuugu .--M.I in Mexico. j and Louisville will kje built iciffS1 Jftn- special to f tlS ei-Lstinji road between these points tW from Matamoras says ftn honizbt at a stttisfijctory price. It is W Sid that iif. has his oyo ou the Evicvlllo St l.oms wnich is to have been him n Hue into h._. '-vilt wllich is to been nPporteab-V the gathered n of thfc to create a to be Iiosaibly cause the disruption government under GenThe Eral Gongnlea. i deikxted lor and Co. day for Salouica. Moot Clianrton Christmas complete with on the dessert bill.' N. K. COLLJNS C.u Ko. -1 Chambers street. ____ Conlltlentliil Clerlt. Jua. a youDg man twenty-two ot yho until last September was a confidential clerk in the employ qf August Bernheim wholesale at 516 Lroad- way locked up at police headquarters the Evad5villo l-oms voaa QQ a chnrge forgery. QD September j7 Fishel and when invcstiga-f tloK iuto his .accounts was made it was iound that witliin a little more tdan a year he hud forged checks amounting After a three months' search the fugitive was arrested in Canada on Thursday and brought here last night. When Fishel was YOIMC Iloheruian export beer in bottles for_ family use per dozen. Option House. lieaHh Our Uilnrian Uio irf handled only by onr Hole C. McKnde. LlJTHKUW. Waokealia Washington OU Klold Jan. total shipments of oil from the No. 1 np to nnd including December WCPR barrels. The production for the mouth of December'was ba.Telft. The ship- ments the old Golden Uantx during were barrels. The production for December was got under fnll headway at the last alwut 7 o'clock. The first twelve hours' gauge was about thirty- five barrels. To-day the v.'nll is a little over two barrels au hour. Yestcrilav many members of the and clivenj ofthe oil men hero were feeling hilarious over the Ihe I. K. nml U. A. Sawing entirely new. New Shiger us low oil and uce- dles for all makes of cheaper than sold elfiewhurc. The Singer Mqnu- fai-.Uiring corner Main and Ken- nedy next door to Stewart's jew- elry 1'n. N.U. CnlHiirt Co.'s Rock and Rye for cough and To It Concom. We liave appointed W- C. BIcBrid0 sole agent for McKean coixniy for our cele- brated ale. Parlies any of oui brands may obtain the same prices from furnished ab our N. Y. GUKBNKWAY BREWING Co. N. July 1885. him Syracuse LUtS j which would give him a Uue n.. Lonw with tbe aid of tbe tomsviiie. Nashville. July skin caps. GRF.K.VF. imported Cugnnc prospects for starting ofT at one hundred and fifty barrels per but to-day t1 joytulaess ban fled where the woodbine and their countenances are not beaming with iu everybody All the leading relinble brands of fine Kentucky whiskies. Cou.ixs Debonebc A .rames Hen- aisappoialed. The .sucker rods will 1 T. rfTr be nulled this afternoon to HRcertam uessey Co. of all vintages. K. II. Co. Are Ton Tireil and Use John's Pare Clam Jnica ia caiw. For sale only at the Option House. be pulled this afternoon to uncertain if .there is anything wrong with the well. Impartial outsiders estimate that the production will never go higher than 50 barrels per day. All ia not just -right at theGordon No. P.. YEAR always lowest. Busi N KAJ place for sale at Pa. A threetstory brick building 2GxGO situ- ated in the village of Kuue. First Roor store room with and shelves com- sr-cond story ofllce and and third floor hall. This is one the best locations in town anf in particularly fitted tor dry goods aud notions. Any person wishing to buy present stock with bnild- can have possession at otherwise possession will be given Call on or'address me .at Pa. Tlio DifVercncc. I'aunio is a little girl who has a big wax doll as a companion. A few days ago a new sister came to her and after a few days she went over to a said the your wax she turning tip ber nose. don't have nothin' to ilo wax babies any more. We've got a meat baby at our house aud thai Ukes all my now unive.rsaUy to pro- vide the uo.cesPiiry remecliL-s ami relief. Bnt tho day of delivThe Erance f.mnot he far a when the daily production of nil is the present year at sinking below the daily wants and requirements of the con- sumer. I cannot permit to close its books lor the year without making refer- ence to the p.unc in prices that occurred less than sixty days ago. When the terrible fimmcial storm which made the petroleum world quiver from centre to dix-ninference took place there was no ti'.ne to measure thu velocity of its terrible current nor ihe depth of its augnisli and pernicious influence on the oil pvoiluct and uverv interest'associated with the trade. Untfl the last day of the year all calcula- would necessarily have been imper- fect. Now in the great calm that ensues the liuanciiil mariner ventures to fathom tho causes that provoked the tbe cyclone that swept great and small craft and cast distrust and lack of confi- dence in its pathway. Nothing that has occurred during the year 1835 bas proved so singularly unfortunate. The oil trade- was .inst emerging from a series of over- production and innumThe Erable drawbacks incident to illegitimate processes and tendencies. the whole world of dealers were being educated to believe the dawn of a brighter day for an oppressed people had actually arrived. Confidence in the future high price of oil never seemed more firm. Public opinion was aroused aud every conceivable support was 'gravitating toward better prices. They'came in a measure that caused many a weary hearted speculator afld holder of oil to grow firmer in his faith. Oil certifi- I onr own private marks to show the catcs were wafted in .value from eighty cents to above the dollar mark by a senti- ment that would have sustained prices 1 said tbe the original even until the present day had not works of trickeryt lying and deceit been so mercilessly practiced by traitors to the oil who ave now and were at the W. formerly 2 Oongiess street. Fine watches and jewelry. Itoberta No. 77 Main Ta. Information. Hotel clerk Excuse me bet you are Col. arc you Col. sab. Hotel From Col. sail. Hotel Room Col. Blood sah. Hotel clerk Colonel. The three bottles attached to tho wall of youc room are hand their are to be used in case of Ore Only. A'cw York ZVwiex. WJNTKH blooming primroaea aud callas at green 10 Foreman street 12-27-tf Do VQU CalcU On to This'.' these Greek IctlThe Era asked a holding np a pair of stockings and pointing to tho price tab. replied the are and selline is why I thought they -were Hermitage and N. It. COM.IKS JOSHUA DAVIS. time residents in the region. The strongest Chestnut holders of oil in New men who still have confidence ami will continue to have 1 BAUER resident insnr- as long as the production is admittedly I auce Exchange bnild- below the say their faith iu this j Pa. The only insurance agency writing all their own policies at their office. They represent the oldest and largest companies in the United was only slightly shaken when they heard of the They were infinitely more alarmed when certain mem- bers of the Anchor Oil Company refused lo Statee. No policy i _ contradict or deny th'c exaggThe Erated reports of their well at Kinzua. Iu the minds of the initiated the Anchor Oil Company's 11-30-tf Queen lumimnce Com puny of TJvcrpoot. Insure with the oldest and Targeet _ _ _ _ A _ _ well still has credit for doing more damage i ftnce agency in Bradford.- No policy fees and contributing more intense alarm dor-1 charged. H. t' H n i i M M t r i- i 4 I J-r'W '1- r r-   

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