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   Era, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               NO. 73. IN EUROPE. in of best informed of .ers auuonncft that a eon- troops will shortly rptio pursuance of au tbc re- army now under Gen- command. The agree- ana Turkey is TVf TTIP rn I Jl LllCj dinnnpolis. His arrest grew out of a dis- 1 fJ. pute between him and the New Albany railroad over a bridge. Towle claims tb'c laud ou both sides of the river lendiug to the bridge txnfl demanded for which the railroad refused to graut. Sun- day morning Towla fastened a boat in the I Tlie Given nine io a Discussion on draw in such a nirmncr us to prevent the cilosiug of tlio bridge and the mail train was obliged to await the arrival of Marshal who closed the bridge and arrested Towle for obstructing the ted States mail. CONSUMERS. Meters Tho Mayor Kopctrttt City to be in fi Oilier Financial ComlUion WASHINGTON NOTKS. Gathered Krom tho White Capitol ami Uepiirtmont tor Kimland so fur are con- i provides lor the i-.n reserved it of sovereign. ie country. Euglaud thus benefits through the good of Turkey in main- 'nterests of the British tbe Khedive's dominions U to tbe Hnltnn the iiominM ivbicb he is so jealous. It 19 the umlerstuadhiK reaches Jan. a member of the committee ou the District of says he is in The meeting ofthc Councils last evening was. attended by tho Mr. Conncilmeu Dnrfey ami Edge-It. Keports of tho various ap- proving etc were adopted. A. T. through L. bin confidential adviser and pre- aid to Tur- ner authority in Asia and tan use her influence to 'h aciual military support is 'promised iu the latter re- lill chafing nt the fact that 'C io is cin'emporarifi- EnaHsh ii-iin of influence in in connection favor1 of grouping all the executive depavl- seutod u petition asking exouoration on merits abont the White House. Ih coaver- chiirulug that certain pieces of satioa he the plan carried ont property were assessed twice. Referred. gratituous care aud treatment by the Pasteur system of inoculation or such variations and improvements persons suffering threatened or iu danger of or any other disease to which the system of inoculation may he found and the study and examination of tlm development iiud improved menns of treat- ing hydrophobia through inoculation or kimlred The list of iucorporn- tors sevThe Eral well-known New York gentlemen. P A P HIT IJiAR UlL KV15NTSTHA.T WILL VP INT 1C 11- ESTING ItEOOLLRGTtONS. cnlatcd on 'ClmiigG for the bcneilt of the Bar- tliolai 10. Rock Glycerine Company's factory ut Cus- this time wlUiont loss for wino on the lloor ottbti Oil hxcha T WAK. One Trying to An Trjick hy is liable ti be trouble herd over the railroad wnr between t-hfi Ann Arbor Jfc An ordinance prohibiting tbe throwing of Halt on the sidewalks or streets of the city of Bradford passed first and second muling and was-ordered printed. Communications from the Mayor and would cost a great deal of but 1 Citv Controller are printed lioth it is no more than the exigencies the rpc.eivec1 and public and too much be in regard to the War and Navy Departments be extended to tho Interior and Treasury and build u substan- tial t commodious edifice ou n plnza a court yard in the centre. Of course such a profitably expended in thw manner. nih'Sclcci awl necessary arrangements could bu made n iltr eru aud n i f Northern railroads. There baa been a dis- pute about the ot1 iho former road to cross the lalter'a track iu extending its lines and tho case was brought into court and appealed. It is now pending an ap- peal to the Circuit Court Yesterday morn- ing a force of 150 of Arbor Northern employes were brought to tho point of the projected crossing and Oil CuMualtios und Other in in liruUfuril und Vlnlnlty tn ItrlurForni Tor Kejuly Suhjoinetl will be intmd not only a local chronology for hut a record of the more important occurrences during that time in the region at large. In order that this condensed history may he interest to the greatest nnmher of rcatlcra fjpncc has been to recall nuittor.s that ma senin t 17. of Tom Angluu at whUn on bis way Dcnvor. for the benefit orinslusalili. Mnuannr Ahcrlocausws tliQ an-ust 20. Grand pal ace. us or R. Hosonljerg's dry 22. Mayor Shannon bogius his reform move- mtiit bv arreniiig and lining Inmates of houses of bad repute Iu the city. 1JJ. oP'Thu Intornation Tea1' aUne I rocUiuors' Exchange. Manager Abcrle skips lor parts unknown. '21. Two small bhixcs on tbe Island in'quick succession believed tn have been the of in- ceudlarles. Fatal boiler explosion on Angoll OU Co loaao at Kiuinp's Creole. Arbor Ba celebra- trivial to hut of Lo sosuc. nlso tjivoa or the ground covered in THE ERA'S columns. JAXL'AUY. 1. nil opThe Erations I'nr ciciisu of Fiv streets acrosy the ptou o nrma as a part of Thnnh Lord ice tint French interests in Id If sedulously protected ciDinerit to allav tbo appre- e French it now ap- r representations on tlie tlm French for the of Fivo lit water works destroys old pump sta- tion. Phoenix SlanufucLuriiiK lire R. A slyrorlnc explosion at Winiifnll Causes the dctitho City Press u dressing snmcsneiikcraiu opThe Era House ivh o bk'd Ihuro in discuss insumiuje notus. Slnu- ilccidud oil' by the Kxecuiive of Produwrs. doll Klnou impn'h touHiinir luUu'rpululshud iuTiiR KRA. HorLio ol Pa receives preseuis from all parts ot tl'.u tvuntr. ted by iho school children. M. R. 0. Stoughiou's ou Centre destroyed by lire. '27. OpculnKOl'Lhc Parlor Riulc. W. Biowu plautBinaplcilreGsonthe Public Biiuurc. The Emmutl Dramatic Club proauce ilic dranm at the Wiijjucr. I-ottulu appears Loa very pleased MAY. 6. FunThe Eral services of Maud Eveline Morris at residence of her father. 7. Burning of the steamer City of Buffalo at Jamestown. .Death of Mrs. wife of by hard drinking. Crcedmoorof picked team lo In the aiiDiial shoot. Death in M. mi old oil country pio- neer. r 10. Visit of McDougall of HomcUs- in 11. Dcalli of Mrs. Dr. Ford at Dallas City by calinji totiOstools mistaken i'or nuisli rooms 1'i CioorKe Guifleld so rtlghtlullv torn by the explosion of a Rlyccriuc can nnd ales within an l-l. DepartiirooflUcKxempts lor HaTrlsbunr. lo. Marrhigu oi Mr. Clark to iriss Ami Mason. Annie Manager Charles McDonald leaving his tierlonnora nnprovIdcO for. iMpo lino stableb lircd and lour horses burned. Suicide or A. toller of Warren my at. Warren.- 23. Departure for Warren of Trinity Com- mariaory. Nn. 5S. Onler of Uio Chain11 t Peter a rourleon-year-old loscis nb log wlnlc stealing a ride. Or IhsnUnpum prcttchtishls farewell sermon. Hnmlim-at Tar- port nl ihrce railroad depots. Opening of the Peoples theatre. M.XY. '-p- of Patrick an Krlc by 1. Oil oiicrfttloua for April shmv great increase i S' Ackcrly in especially tbc in ddlo lower JUime OCTOBER.' SAD DAYS AT KANE. PROSPECTS BY DEVEL- OPMENTS OF Tltrco Cant a Gloom Over the New Di ill Will Punch u Little Deeper to Settle the VIHIU iirsb meeting in the convenience of the bul iu my opin- ncw ycar so earlv in the mouth ion all tho departments should be together. A deal of tiiue ia wasted now in dis- patching public business because the various departments are so widely sepa- aud many Congressmen whn have to nerve their constituents caauot ail'nnl the made it impossible tur me to annual dtntemeut so as to present it to you this I have it wnll but It will require least Lwci dnys to com- plete it. 1 therefore tliut wht-r. yon atljouru evening it. hn to meet ULI t-xponao of a uih tu -ftme evCninK iuter jn or iih se an ami thiit the ill in mniter is growing more he between proceeds. The French Monday evening in order tlmt nmy prcssynt Uio report tn you hgfbre its jniUIi- J. T. liisnor. Tn the tided and Common Inch had valuable from Kiug Thcebuw do to let their majinificaat iAi withoiit making a viijor- brut a partial had couiUIently counted to their attention.1' lie Supremo Court of the to clay rendered a decision iti Uic uf Paymaster Genertd U. S. whom charges ol' irrogulrtritiea in accounts were preferred. Counsel for paymaster contended that their client a dis- ollicer a civil not ameuublo In court--laartial. The Supreme Court of tlie District of Columbia r i n r i decided that GenThe Eral Smith mn acconnta- I bnd thefiuancial con- blc to naval law ami within the cUy to he very Kood. Of la nccorclnnw with the provisions of the Eicb of of I herewith submit the following report a 'A I'iru rtiKcovered in UoSerLs Torpedo t'oni- put oul with Ik-sslo ILU iuuuile of thu Frow cMuls hur wilb inorplnue. 10. I'nju-t by ticrmau ofllnials against AuierUsau m1 of for tho 11. II. rt. R foriuur in the toils for Land suit in Uiitler nver tlu- t-aet on death of Hie Isricle ot ry have it banuK at court-martial. The case appropriated for the fiscal year now interrupted. What the next step will fale doubtless ilio annexation of Bur- Lord r-ire tbo equal ich tradrrs in that tho now of court below. Tho Pay- master GenThe Eral will consequently have to stand trial b court-inartiuU i M t- uniPMnri f'ftUrL-mfiri'nii 1 iP I 11 I ItlVLl V UlUtl l.MVilv lIULLliLLl. .L Lit t'irt 1 ft was appealed and to-day's dcchio-.i ol the April 1SSG. Domains United States Sunreiai Court the Jun. winch i _r TI.... sutucicnt lor current expanses. The City Treasurur hossucceeded beyond our expcclatious in the collection of old reml-red a nml present taxes aod onr finttDC-ial cornli- f under the road. They iv braced up the track of tbe Lansing and constructed the line of tlm Toledo road under it. The workers were protected by nn armed fnrce which left lust night wlmn the work was completed. This morning about HOO men were brought on the scene the Landing road people nnd they will proceed to fill up the cut maclu undu-r their riMul. There men on the grouifcil in the interest of tho Toledo A nu Arbor road and there may be viulenca before cut is filled. 'L'he LAH- force is but the Toledo men luxve no unnw to-day. The Toledo Ann Talile published Arbor fnice lliis luorning drove away the hero small blaze itill- force of the Lansing people from the bridge and cue winch were ibruibly made last The men then the telegraph the Northern nnd tore up t-hc track for half a mile on en oh side of the c'U. The traffic on the between Ounoa and ruwlersvillu i 2. Wnu Mercer fiitftlly irjurad at by a boiler explosion. tfsur of inspection by the board of health followed order to clean Ucslgnatfon of JJliiir as Oouucilmau fmin tho Tin rd ward fi. A case of varioloid discovered In lovvor Main htrecL. Reception lo Dr. Hitfboet Stuto SupGrlnteiul- cnt of loudcrcil by the Pompclon Clr.b. 8. I At circus at the Imse Kasper and Moluiu at tion in IioniH1 cil' Ihc birthday of K. uicinbcr. Cut in insurance rules diMnamled busi- s uilk fonnhi n imiLiml i wres L IJ'iHl llllllix i dwtebu in the Supreme Ci.urt of the tion in conseciucnce is very sntisfac orj. UuilHl wl-ich involves important railroad in-crests in Mississippi. 'I'tie Ijfijj- which ot course is controlled will be too powerful iu enterpriser to bo any iu honer oi Kir John tho was b the meni'ners of St. of Lh d in an act creatin ft Kailroad Commw- ablu and eliiuieuti mrmagoraent of the ho is a matter of doubt. A conferring upon it power to fix rates of churirts to he aud collected by the railroads in to prescribe local U ttfs for depots and to make other regula- tions lor raUroads opThe Eralotl in the State. The the Commission were tn he iu violation of the constitution of the State aud the matter went into tho State were presnut m Knouts a and society notahl-.-s rnmincnt Sir John n Umst took ut thtic rooms iu Savilc j conrts where it was so held- The decision of Chief Justice Waito reverses the decision of the and coutirras the nets of li'-iilroiid Com mission. Cliairtuan has decided tu not call an extra meeting of the Senate Cora- niittce on Territories so as to report the ri-iolutiuu nn Dakota HU tu wait imtil Fiiday for the He dei'umteil tlio loyalty 01 tne s to the Dominion govcrn- thoy were pea avurne to the t'SHt-d un'.l siiltJ. and the Canadi- the cordial n-Utiotis exist- o and people hostfcof and the Uni- Crown iivf a to ibu thin evonintf andlaUr tlen. the UntWi in hnuor of GCML o-rnurrow to which all n have hi-en of tho committee. The subject will not como up for clist-ussion I ii-1 ore the end of the week. Mr. expecta to speak oa his Union IVicUto nil read and the resolution by Mr. lleck Secrtiiury of the Treasury has conformed tu the law upon the subject in the public will also be Ilids were opened ut the Treasury De- partment to-day for of fnr tu Iho iu r oi the j-fjiperor'.H jnbilce Jlcrr mp councilor of IMU- tn tbel'uiversity of jlt-rliu of philosophy CKWIN W1THDK I tins itlii-tthiti Accluiniition- Jan. Shortly liutbre miou astnt tor Cva. Thclnt- il the of his antnjjo- iKinil tjiui surrounded by his MV- supporters. The two oppo- ok Imnds and smiled nt each Flien Mr Krwin il m I'riends never in us iiood condi- tiun as to-day. The city is to be cougratu- latccl in representative of on this as well as on the Board of Health. The Water aud Fire Departments are hi good condition. 1 recommend u genThe Eral system oi'sawnr- s be at the construction .snlinu Kxpladoil. Jan. yeniten- liary authorities say this morning that luis been hui. eleven deaths since the middle of that there'are nn critical to-diiy autl that nil the pa- ticnls arc wnll. fenns of an epi- to tho ofyvKjO. insurance Serious fire in Friedman's an Mocliauic of I0u nf llnuv and luishuls of put aloes to tlic imor of Hie city Posutl Company badly injured at Butler hy a hnrs'j ninniutr V. of J.M. MoKlroy ou Whitney avci- liiul boiler explosion i.o Dunkirk. A Mr. Foolc iustanUy killed. 11 Second public rehearsal of the Society at I'rcEbylerian church. I'J. Three bnlidiims burned at DcaLb of Catlntnue MM wife l-L Anson J. K. dniR ttoro to bo on put ont small OCTOBKIl 1. of Uio C- T. at Port Allc- Visit nfXmv York capjtalists and high olVi- the R. railroad on a Lour nf insuuc- Gilbert a ploiiwr died at his lu New Hob I-aiiG fatally cur. nt the hands i. The MethodlsL conference at Genoscc an- poiuls Key 0 C Jones for Bradford. 9. Nature found guilty of murder in the second decree. 11. Death of K T Mcnclmm at the St James Hmel 12. Death of William one of tho pioneers of the Tuna at Limestone. II. Arrest ofagaugoreouiiterfeifcrs in Forest county. Uabbi Cohen swears ont warrants Jor arrest of sevThe Eral prominent citizens on charge of shindor. 113. The K P railroad J-old to Adrian isclin. 17. II Me Andrews secures it divorce at YouiiRstown.O. 19. U W a well known oil in- jured at Syracuse. A nOpura House audience nlioloemphed at tlie Wanner. 'Jl- Mrs of inspects Woman's Ilelief Corns. John of Ho molls- b K. of sewThe Erage .sufficient to nbatc the nuisances conipbined of by the Board of Health. Also that the paviuy of Main 3'reet be pushed lo completion as speedily as possible. T renew my recommendation contained fn a former that the City Eogineer be an annual salcuy as a nintler of the present incumbent eceives more pay under the oUl ordinance demic nro The Evening will s.iy story told by a New York paper yesterday about a fever epi- demic in the Albany reir.teotiary ia great- ly exaggThe Erated. The newspapers of this city have been entirely familiar with the progress of the disease in the institution which hns never been alarming uud in now quite under but for aud nullicient reasons have not scon fit to give them publicity. Per- haps it'the of Health had made oili- 17. Minniii MiuMer creates ti impres- Sinn in Ihu Ticiu derricks HO. or Ivwl out clown. Spirited ilehiUo Itctweon .Sfiuilor riinl Cooper ni HarrisbniX' thai pay uii Its bomU uf narrow MuHeious falsehood r slHinlinirfil'lhu Oil Cosupany. Uriunlin No. IA shows up a pro- pcath iu I'liilftilclphiu of M. promUieut nil country in a Woody on iho Island. 1'rcsen- ttitlou of a banm-r tn tlm ISradford by the Woman's 'Jl. Nature conveyed lolhe comity jail. Marruue ot and Merrnu of this city. '.Cnll'is found near tha scene of tho Lane trafrcdy supposed to have been used hy Nature. --1 nutuinalc'l for State Senator from Twcnty-scvciuh Ii2. Home marksmen defeat the Clean team. John Parsloe found dead in Lho river ut Warron. Mountain shot by a colored woman iu a disreputable resort at Fern City. 2C. Service at the Church of the Asceusion in memory of D B hue rector. appointed receiver of the N. V. te nillroiul. Jl. Death of HGV. D. H. rector of the oi'llic Memorial serviceb at the tn the observance nf DLVoration 'Jj. Fuuoral of the late IX 11. 21. Oeivmber proMnutt'-n dcrreasivl bar- duy from November. Throe i-inulihui ssenteiuiosl at Hay rjtyt voars lu-tiUi nf U. JI. Hnushion. at Titus- ciall lust a statement of facts than ho or any other competent would be to accept as anruuil they ruvt the present scare would have been Ohihuiry. X. If. Colby died hero this morning Ho was for many years proirxicient iu Democratic Htnto poli- tics and huld H'-vural oiVictis from time to i'a. InycraoHon tu tho Holmes HtuiMj by Iftss 'iniiid Charity talked n honelit ofihe of 111. Siniri-lar dlsjippeiiraiK'O T. of Yorkshire N. Y. Court opens ui large number of tbc '.W. Frank prDpriotDr of thu Hnnse. slips undorthe narsat Khl hL.J a I'oul cut Oucoialiou Day ob.sorved in an and beautiful manner. Steps taker. Lo establish for tho 2. shmv work hut a decline of new prndurtinM. of the pnurnl rflief tercel huii'lri'iLs worihv frincitio at HV Vb f.'orry nf Liulluw it wa IJst uf tho hublishc-l of Vht __ a hospltiil Hi ilic JUNK. 1. Oil rcpnrt for May shown only 351 barrels Creator production than April. Jerry au omploycc ol1 iho X. Y. R milroiul at t1 irry instantly lulled by being r.iu over by a swiurh cnsino. fi. Death of lirowison of also of Miss a well H rad- io nl Iiuly. Opening of the Jiane mooting of tho Bnrlfoni Park willi fair lUKMulancc. 12. at Drivinp sifal nicep-ion given by Mrs. NeKie H. The creates a iimonuf proportv OUMI TS who claim it is too hiirh. thy urattir liftnqnol and reception to E Hryan by at the Si James Hotul. The L I1 railroad 2'J. Two sbLow ol Dr E A of shot down by a cowardly assassin at NOVEMBER. Clark Warren refinery burns nt loss 000. City small interest in the election and alight vole 'L Marrlnge Ii- SI JenningB and Miss Ella Kenry. 5. The Evening Call makes its tleJmt C. Successful opening or the Coterie dancing season or Orpheus Hall. Denth at Olcau of Uou V B Barsc. Kxeit- riu'eia the Parlor winner. 10. Murderous attack Police Officer Mc- Clcury by John Titus. 16. Capture of Olyeerinc explosion at Mlnanl pounds destroyed. 17. Tucker'a glycerine factory at Cor win Cen- destroyed. Eutertainnient at Orpheus Hall far benefit oflheorgan fur.cl ofthc .Joseph of Knapp's badly Producers who sre opThe Erating at Kane arc not in a very good humor at present and those holding leases in the vicinity of the Craig Cappeau well were an air of die- gust. Before long there will probably be more ready to join in the funThe Eral march. Murphy's on warrant is in through twcnty-fivo feet of and dry. Thifiwellia abont 1.200 rods from the Jo-Jo well aud 450 rods from the Associa- ted Producers' well on warrant Murphy's well is 276 feet lower than tho Craig Cappeau and fifteen feet lower than the which shows that the formation is very there being abont 100 feet difference. The drilled to the depth of feet with no signs of gas or water. This well is two and a half miles from the Kane gusher and 220 rods cast of the west cor- ner and one mile west of the east corner of the warrant on which it is situated. The driller was looking for sand until he hart drilled 100 feet helow where they ought to have T cached iL'when he discovered it aud lonnd that he Imd only passed through a HUta shell. They arc nil ready to drill deeper and probably the walking beam will be set in motion to day. The Co. well on lot is one aud half miles from the Craig well and about the same distance from tho Producers where they np sand and on a line from the first named. It ia thought to be in the but as to this there ia nothing be learned of a definite nature. If this well comes in dry it will be ot aome importance to the trade and will confine the Kane pool lo a very email but if it cornea in a email pro- ducer it is of no aa everyone expects they will a little oil or gas. The production of the Craig Cappean well for the last twenty-four Lours wag yfi barrels. other day the sand pump is lowered in the hole to ascertain if there is any water which agitates it and makes the difference ia the production. WASHINGTON. Dispatch to THBERA.I PaM Van- dergrift on the Wicrich has oil in the fifty foot Butler the same stratum in which the Gordon No. 2 13 getting its oil. The drill is five feet iu the saud atd the well is flowing every two i A ft 3 T j_ i in the Titus comrailiod to jail in It is producing about barrels a day. Drilling is suspended while tankage bail. 2V riist gennan of the Cotillion Circle MQ erected at Orpheus Central Hose Perry man named at Tarport. Alum ilepnsit discovered near taps third sand with small show of gas. OU opThe Erations lor November show a docroase 1 H H I' 1 1 ft I I tho Board Indies ofthc hi'j'udL'd nil Our present polico force is to time. He was iinthor of Colby's orirai- properly guani the especially at j niuht. I recommend an increase the York. Tbc Tnnsie Cnvaimimh rs were the New Coliiro and John CUrko. The uward will probably be made to oyo of tlie fiist two Tiionliunt'd although the Genres tire tbnu of the present contract. of suy the appropriation to this sa LO permit of the uppointmeat of an aclcli- tionrtl man. One Fire Department is of that excellent which entitles thum lo rvcry considerfition at our luiuds. I would therefore vecorniuencl the mloption of an improved system nf electrical tire alarm fo take the place of the present nlmont hi CM tint very im- portant department have every futility to aid them in their heroic work. M. Mayor. Pa Jan. H3i prospect-s are poor any anti-silver legis- latid'n in the Ifnuso this of them having iuturviewcd j come bnck moro than ever to rrsisl any interlerunce of HIP b me ivnd now prts- them that the in- party null their own interests llsjit thvtwiteat should IT them thnt ynnr iouure the- virtor. We recogntxe I now ask lint you will jiivo ends the to which entitled.11 il Hunted favorilo with riuht liaut'l upon owed prormtudly anil AN 11 og c.ui ition of Honso untlor my limn will ho to poirtt lo tlio record Now 1 have hut one political U lo faithful LO my to everybody- Uoinl and caucus wus portion of time was used by lengthy discussion on the cver-porplexinlr a new ordinances having been introduced relating to the subject. The objection by HOine of tho meoibers brought forward wua that u section of the ordinance provides fur the and prcssuro of aw and nyod well known nmoug sporting mvn and theatrical died to-iiny at MnuM Iiopt1 Insane'Asylum of softeniiiij of the hnuEi. Mr. Hanck started the Baltimore bull club in JSS1. _ _ ____ The I'nrlliLincntury Jaiu the I'xi-cntive of the I'arlia- lannL-iry Fund Association al Iho Hotmail largely attended. The report f collection Water t'ommi'ssiomM's vtail the ro.servnir on f i i V L'' i IH I of iuviutiun a tmir of in.spui-l the ivi-L attend thi- charit ball. nt' County 10. Vetoof Miiysir llrnilor ri'iriirdinir of tlio ni Hnitllunl. anil Ivlvvard At Hntlklo. H. P. M- Hhrtnuuu fur Mju-or bv tlio Ihe protests awMinsLtlie at Pro-luccrs' Ex- on complaint crnl iiriMHi Ix-intr r thu fur tvss m1 the olmrily n Uavis noimnutud ii IK W. the itoniiimdtm fur Madaicu Juiiish in Ureu'or PitiUon Tiomiii.ui-m ftn- Mayor liumonra'-fc IT. Urmlfnnl rrinnuais jail turoii ilencjs hy 1-rnkers. r'.iaril bull rl very Tlie chairman reported will Prusiiicnt Home members. The-Hepubliuuns in Uio l-fiius-j iw a rule are very well toward Hi evident Cb-ve- lar.d aud are iu tuvor show. They to a him a fair it is by some who are a poaitiou to Inr the iUvni- libThe Eral particularly for tha na'-'y and fur oowti da- and they say they will not tbe eut advanced against them when t1 tbe navy ought built but ipresent partycannot. be trusted Iic Star Ibid evening During the holiday recess of Jiad f-incft the delivery of the speech in i'uvor of si Ivor coinage. Heck received more than anv other member of tbo Sea- nce. In fuct lett'-i-B hare tome to him by fair to au in- the gas. It was learned from the nienta that producers ia the of the Fifth ward and other of the city were furnishing to some of om- diKitissiou io and one bfctwecu the that hud been snbsuiibed since last it in that the subscriptions to thu fund will r tho List df this muntlu A 4 1 con- M Hliannon elected Mayor by n niniikrlty of twelve. Rumnrcd wilo Uie K. raiiruad to the Hofith nf Win. ol1 Jaiiii-fiown. nf foi frun Hrndf.ml TlioinnsW. Ir. apponrcd b a t'nnniy Criminal in so K AlU-n chftn of her filhvrim Uio ohawJ orutOavvful iiitUuacy with WiV.ium n coniUicior. son of 0. A. Silled ut N. Y.. by at tempting to jump board a niovinu irfiiu of oars. iy. Mr--. Jrims Grim wife of Philip E. Bni'ly Deputy Su- nremo Ounmnuilerof the Knights ofthc Mueua- in-- remijtylVKutii. Picnic of the omployos of Frank's nt Foster Rrnnt Piirk. urij. one of the propri- etors of J itmjsLowii San to of Pa. 1JI. rnkuowii WOIIKII billed tit Carrollton by a 11. fc 1'. U. II. express trniiK io. school clans with Uon- ors N. a Lock Haven maslu-r publiciy whaled by the of tho Siaiubinl 2tu cHaftised nf t.oek on complaint of the vic- tim and hoM tnbniK A 11.000 barrel by lightning and totally a'. JXMihniCitpt. John st former Brad- Jnnl business fit A. K. se'ocL-tl as to ihc Slate Hopnblican convention. 1. juliii Hawk of inking wiili 'J. uro tm School htrwt ilostroying The Gaatx made a third start afc pump- ing to-night. Tlie Gordon No. 2 is doing IW barrels a day. Gas was struck La-night at the People's Lifiht ami Heat Company's well oii the McClane farm. LATER KR03f KANE. dispatch to THEEuA.l Jan. Tonuent Howe oil lot was drilling through the saud this afternoon and is a dusler. This is the third of the JCanc tests which have An incompetent juror blocks a SlOfOOO sral proved failures this year. Tlie owners of the Associated and Tenuent Howe wells arc here and dis- Dr .f lectures on Oeorge Stone tried on a charw of assault ami preferred by H S Hinvk-s. 5. Inifcrsoll's narrow escape from to doulh. tendered Judge Olmsted the eonnty bar ut ihu St. Ifi. Hnulforrl oil buys part two counties In North IS. John TiiiLS Kcts two yeans and months nml a line UJ. Visit of Hie of ihc State appointment is pictured on their faces. All the wells are guarded and no ono can learn anything but as yet there is no great excitement bere. Kane uvll output estimated at 105 barrels per day. ttnuiU onetiinirof 5rl. Berr.nnVs Our at Or- llhtT.SHlLll. dinner fll A Kevlerfs IW newsies enjoy a Ixiunty of nn un- known frioml. is. First appearance of Fanny Davenport as 29. squarely beats Harri- of in a five-mile race ut the Rig Jirokors on 'ChitiiRO wlebrato the closing of the year in style. Hermitage Kyot and N. R. COLLINS Chestnut street. lo Ihe M taining upwards of of I he nsseltf of ployea gratuitous and also poor who were to pay per month but uever paid and if required by this IQ case it to pur- chase a gasocne costing anywhere frnni io the poor people would as the companies who fui-nished the lig received no revenue or benefit and would not money for the as provided iu the ordinance. On the other hand it was stated thai it was for the best interests of all that the furnished by auy one hundreds all them Ibe position he has taken ami urging him to stnnd firm in support of the silver dol- lar. While tbe bulk of these letters have couio from tUa West and South not a few lutvc becu sout from the East. The of State liac jiiJil reeeiveil onrl forwarded to Mr. tho distin- the grand ol the Use caucus in tbe fjrai o'clock. of Cenenil pre- the Speakershin and lie by acclamation. noiniauted for Clerk and Mr. wlio was a the assistant. Cinulition. Mo.t Jim. t tlie who was sti In-t lyinu in bed this attenrted by able s and host of JCc nut any ptiin and insists -that he will y nijihl. Kin rijihl arm nnd ilyzed and dniwn to He can spoak only in probable he will recover froiu tiiiii it U certain he will not be ubits as as he ev- wau nuublo to np- OpThe Era JIouso The Physicians and those w that he will be unable to this week. The phyM- wening reports him as some bet- tne.immediate danger past. The prpoouDceti as of motor par- _ sitlc. order of naval lately conferred on him by the Kios of Spain. Thc'ConRressnjen and Washington jour- nal who started for Orleans ChristniA3 nnd visited tbo lion returned to WashingLou to-day greatly plowed with their trip. Hon. Perry Belmout will to-uiorrftv in- troduce u rosohition the ttpnointmcnt of ncoiiMuitteeof nine aiem- befKioiufjaire into execution of the service law to surliest sncb motli- pnrties or curpomtious should have a prop- erly regulated pressure s as to avoid danger or accident. The latter view of the mutter wus attested to by ihu words of tbe Mayor aud City who were brought into the discussion by the of n whu fearlessly asserted that the ordinance was drawn under tlic of the Bradford Gns Light Heating Company. geutlamca da- llied and what promised to a livply session The of the whole reported favorably and the ordinance will no donbt become a law. TKE ERA refrains from any remarks on tho matter nt this time. The ordinance will be Only published in our when we shall ppeak of it njore ip detail. the LancusLcM National hank nro now said tn be in udnitinn to worth nf nottn takou bv President JfcNbii. i is n rumor n conspiracv of lame L ons in snon he uncovered and tluit is only of the parlies interested. i The StpiUn -1 Thu culterft held n this afternoon at for further diacus- i of tin- situation. H doc-idod to M. linrdlnii-r. Jin on the A K. insurance1 rii roivliifUip nn.1 1. 1'ohnmry nil nf J.'MJ h i ily rftilicim A of a in iuni TV- nn nuuiv imiTii nisu'r City. Wkuner I M K W. ili of Uun' W ill Action I uf John ih'iurimis I'l delirium iu L '1'lu1 glorious iMinrth pusses oil1 of kind. Sirsiimo eiHo ai HI a in iho Ihroat of M. which ultimately his t loath. Cinliolie eliurch narrowly de- dead near lK of IVarl stivi-U falls Utirty injuries. tlie Kiddell order ntrikers to their formorly 2 Fino watches and jewelry. No. 77 iUain K W. nl' City. 1-. iV I1. II. tt. Ihfir in full. VA- wnnl Kitlu killed at Murkslmrir. ulno. f. Tho ftf Thnmas Kmi liikon in Miii'lvillo nt IJiM- liytWi'iMi Hnidfunl and Mnilalo spirts. nut strcr't. Murliii nnd Harih-y I- to Miu'thwol tho Mniuuut'nt ircls tin1 ik'dtli uf r. iilukuskT nfhrart ills- Mr. OU'Ali. A'l..ill t lo.'i into .111 ii1'HI umk Kmnk Hit- nl n s. Mivhuncs antl Kullor g'.iw tt very uninV.o soup bulilui' imriy ut the Whiskies. All the leadin reliable brands of fine Kentucky K. COLLINS X. livsnii'Mf. Hurry .Imps frnm iho ihinl sfor nf 111-1 liorr A Molvm ImiMinu- and is A Card to tlie ol Having for many years been residents of the we need no introduction to most of nnd having many friends among you trust OUT new venture will make us still many more friends and no enemies. As has been stated in these colnmns we purchased the insurance business formerly conducted by W-.lt. and we now come to you as the only strictly resident insurance agency in the city. We are both residents of we owu property in the city and help by onr taxes to bear its this ia our aJl our interests are and we propose as business men iu overy wny possible to work quantities ot1 snow ou the timbered hills 1 for the best interests of city and its have conspired to produce the most violent inhabitants. We represent tbc and i Hoodie wood Millions of logs havo I3rokeu from their aud are going down the rivers at CiKKAT VKiOOD. Millions Worth of Properly hi Ilie District. Dispatch to Tire Jan. 4. Heav rains and cuown in manv veiw the Drift- line of companies in ihe tlie LIU IT 11 lit flltlUT L J i V I 1 companies who earned Uradtord nska when and Siummiahonmg creeka to-day. u refaged did not waifc havo u terrific It is fluid the loss to lum- it demonstrated that we had a Jive ami pennancnl and having a thorough 'knowledge of onr business wo arc prepared N- Y .Fan. The in the .s'nn walking nia'di at 10 this i stood follo m 3t 1 11 hins. f _ _. C'larol mul iilioin jnartiTH lliffse No. -1 Chcslunt sLrcet. a uK'r a irw uL lor tu'rlvr Six LhnnsjLtid pnmufc of up at Ilk1 of it H. V. AnspichMK l.nnn at Orphans lliUL Demonjstnuinn tir variety iicalions and may be Governor of in a speMft renoit the Secretary of tho shows tho financial condition ot the rerri- iofv bo iu ft bad way.- owing to reckless ami extravagant legialftUoo llje part tbe last ter'ritorial Legialatnre. The las. increased the bonded indebted- of the Territory so that now there is a total of upon which the Territory will have to pay an animal interest charge of more ttiau A Severe Stornj. Jan. One of the most severe snow storms that has occurred iu sevThe Eral years visited Western extending as fnr West a.3 Colo- raOo nnd Mexico nnd still cop.liinies. Two I rains nre reported blockaded at Ooflge antl the telegraph lines arc Tn il Mrty bare W. MoKride sole county lor our celu- ule. I'urties d CHI ring any of our brrmdR mav obtain the nrirea from 14. Kclurn nl' KxcluniKe from Kurt where Lhev boon tu work uirnins- blil CinjiCAf Iho Loan tit IIulL Kxco'JtMiL rondilinn of at iho looal IV. I'raukCtanlnrr instantlv kilUl at hy a hlnvv in 1111 IVlo lirnnk. US. rfuaiilan. a wcll-krifm-u of linul- lunl. rcporttiil doud ut ivpnn not 10 Hnnsi'ipyJ. Wil in in iumur nt1 liirilnlay. of Hie injuries Iiy in a tank. l-'amily N. 0. 1-ovcns noisunod hy out r. H nuws nl tluMlOiUU of n lirotluT and sevThe Eral P-nilums nt by drownin.ir. 17. Van nt Iho bust.1 bull uruunds. in. Kriflin's flouring mills rorry insnni'.uxi The wildcat. Talk mi iMinrMilv Kdwanl Sinilh ornshed tn while cuupHnw noarthu Kriu W. W. woll lillod tents. it. KHioU rr up 'tUL-hsinnii with her men will ho 'ne.irly At to furnish the best protection to our cna- this place thtire is over two feet'of water in tomers. tho slrccla. All telegraphic comiuuiiicn-I If wo should make nny money ont ol'the liou east of here is cut and trains ou the premiums yon pay us it will none of it go their way to Oil City or any other outside bnt will all go to Keports from Cameron state that the benefit onr own aud thus by putron- fircal-cr part oi' that p'-ico is under water ns you patronize a purely home and residents arc in jjrent fear lust their you receive the strongest protcc- K. railroad nre caet. IL seriousl hurt a lonni-r Bradford police nili- ut Vonimslown rharuud b iiis wile witti n.liilier. him furnished our sports. k ar Kino 1'olivar ami BEKWING Co. Jaly27t 1835. interrupted. A light s Tlie tempThe Erature ta rulid. is fulling Are You Tired anil Use John's Pnrb Clam Jaico in For cale only at the OpLioa Futility Stuhbril. Jan. Whilo a prayer- W. formerly 2 Congress street. Finu and Jinberts No. 77 Main Pa. KA thu in bail for h Tho Islniul Jockey Club. XBW Jan. 4.-The regnlar quar- terly meeting of the fjoney Island Jockey Club was held at rooms this evening. but routiue waa and the only interesting tinny talked about was tbe futurity stakes which a i entries. This number will ..have all IS.a another hundred when all the subscriptions nave It ia expressed that two English and a French horse will be sod Australia may also send a representative. MOHVV Storms ftt Sen. meeting was in progress yesterday at In- dian Greenup Charley McAUiater and Charles Jtartiu uuarrelled. McAllister stabbed Martin sevThe Eral times fatally. McAllister escaped. canvass teal red-head pbeasauls. Option One nn IhsiiraucMf Vompiiuy nf Irisnro with Lhts oMwl anil agency in' KradlbTct- No policy fees W. H. Our Silurian the health is hanflted'only rfy uur sole agentt storiu the of the .fas blown down. One ia the debris and serious- Mother boy bad his skull Precarious children were bruised. 1 ion House. Endorsed by epi- of Decemb. evening. Sbo reports uavmg a succession of heavy _ her boats were stovo and part of ker rigging was carried The Miners' Strike Jan. 4.-F.iIly 5.0UO miners at work to-day in the Monongahela the greatest strike ever 0. McEride. LCTHSB W. M' nly Wis. Imporlnd Cognac I James Hen- nessey Co. of all vintages. N. R. Coi.- Co. were It is es- known on the riypr is nl w timated that the loss in wngea in the sis months of idleness will amount to 000. Moot Chaiulou ting the Math iHoct Christinas dinner complete with Sj to-day by United oathe icswrt Jjill. N. R. and taken to in- i phaoibcis Fine Slicrry anil Tort K. E. COLLINS from irnporto- place for nt Pa. A three-story brick building 20x60 situ- ated ia the village of Kane. First floor sloro room witii Counters and shelves com7 second nnd and third floor hnll. Tins is one of the best locations in town and ia particularly fitted for dry goods and notions. Any person 2i. if. Li'OimM tlrownuil i'i a tank JLL UHcr- Pa. supply of wmer Manner of si water rainina lionpftilc nftwo wirls HniValo run Jiwuy from hmne to go nn tlu1 The oM works ntrain up to keup up Lhc supply. Marring ol a rcrmer ami Miss S. ft ait C. 5rflnt ns nt thr nf tlio Parucr-V-lntc KiniiUh. IL Oil Fartiwoll rcviepUnn nf n. HuMorman .'it the Noxvton N. V. Mirihrlny nf Kvonst of liunKry illniurr nt XetYsnl'Lluideteftt of hill At on wiilt hearty 1. oil figures show ilucrcafc of produc- LfiiQ iu spile of opThe Erations in almost qunr- tun i Presentation watoh Mayor James iiroder by the Kiru holiee. K unite of Tar- loses 57o by Imvine pocket plekwl at the ilieiitre. Ncwaboys and bootblacks aregivea Tree tickets lo a minstrel perujnimnfie. Minister Turrell buspcinlcd from the TarportM.E. with imprudent unchristian eowlucL Card from Mr. C. W- of de- nying the accusations made against him. 0. Inauguration of tin- now city government. 7 W rustling match between John MoMahn and DennisCfftilaghor fn a draw to the d s- of aFinall Ucad of nn hi- a tank up Tram Hollow. Memorial of who send a intwiiworoDnilnlor.uu to family. Tho llradfnrd and In tnrnish for the ImiMintrs I'.ir per year. of IL ni' Hronklyih Jobii Cnhill terribly nt cllnOe attempting tu oil maohir.ery. ACCJ'OST. 1. July nil liRuros show a doereasc in tinn nf iss burrols fmin -lune. li. ssiilunUs a plan in the lo provide Jiddilional bo swept Many firat floors and we think you Avill find us agrcc- hml to bo viicalcd. A million feet of logft ablc to deal with. went by i hint's Run. Saw mills Trusting that pleasant relations may dams alons tbe crerjks are much cxist between wo Yours The water is well up in where considorablo damage has been done. This is a night of givut' anxiety and excitement all along tho swollen Htre.itus. No further 12-31-1 m G- P. CODY BKO. light Tha water is rising R blooming urimrosefi idea of tho loss obtained until day- and eallas aUtocivWKLi-'s green 10 Foreman 12-27-tf moans of fi. SuioLdn at Tonn.. of II. W. ii tJi 7. Primrose minstrols open the reason nt thu Windows of tho incr- irhtintshanilftnmcly dmiwl in memory of cicn- oral 10. Henry employed at n. well near injnrcvlbvn polish bis iho roil blown tlm to the tup nfilK1 derrick mul wiUi YOKK Bohemian ox port beer in bottle for family use per Option Honso. Tho Franklin New complains as A glance at the institute now in session re- veals the fact that the old-fashioned school ATTEND the great auction sale of cloth- the traditional is uents1 furnishing among tbe extinct auimals. The men are ut No. Main street. The finest clad in fashionable tailor-made wear I i. and beat selficlecl stock in Iho city to dude have Pompadour cute on .closed out regardless of cost. Call-ami get goods at your own prices. M. JT. JL -10 Main St. 54f IK MurriuifeoflL J. and Marlon C. Hr.ker. li Uraml of vlsitins Select o. r. w. John Kinsr liimsclf as ShcrilV Jtannnn and wts in tmublo thervSy. in. Appearaucu of the Itanium to tho uuiliunco of the Benson. 17. IK-Kthof W. Ishiiniat St. Vincent's Hos- New York. Capture at Martin Iwttor as J'Uulo a well known nil enuniry 18. First nay of tho shoot hi lounmmcnt undor Hitutronl Ciiui Club. Oouth TnrporlofB. I. Taylor. 19- Oriinil Arniy duy. nf the State purtninnt Commander. Lio. Whnhiiiofilioslioot at iho Driving Park. Picnic utultir tho auspices of tho hullosof the Tomplo llcth at I'osfjr Itroob ThoTiinnou a Two houses carried r and portions orthc I'ourLli aud Fifth wards Oil their hair and sport tbe latest agonies in tbc hat. line. The ladies arc arrayed to knock out Solomon's they wear the latest slyles of are mostly and nearly every one of them has her hair hauled up on top of her with some style ThoanmmL meftl-ingof the stockholders I surmounting it all. One looks of The Bradford Oil Exchange will be held ja vajn for old-tirnc in the Assembly build- devoted with the corkscrew iu the city af McKean the nose like an Lhc angu- PaM on suggesting a set of edged tools at o'clock p. in. for election of officers I tied up in a bombaxinc bag. tho and the transaction of such other old-fashioned teacher survives no as may lawfully come the meeting. I board 'round and draw the daupucss from Transfer books will he cloned from Dec. the bed in tbc spare room.. The race weot out with tbe the the harvest jngj tbe band-spike the store the the Missouri until Jan. 1886. By order of the President. L. See. 12-tf firemen ou parade a The fant found nenr B. i K. R R. h. Mrs. Clara Alvord confesses to belns tnpthcr of infant found near H. K. K. K. shops. Trouble In the Hebrew orthodox church arnica- blvsettlccl James S. Schoonover enters suit at 'against W. B. Soburts to alleged to be due for infrintrement of pat- ont lions of best grades. '.'American Pasteur S. Y.t Jan. tbe cortiacates of incorporation filed with the Secretary of State to-day wan that of the Paslear Institute1' of ork city. The objecUs of the Institute JOSHUA 124 Main. lowest prices always at 30-4t 10. An old lady's close shave wlih rieoth. Mrs. CummingSp of Pino badly burned at her nt the llMy i. instructs the police to close dica of her injuries re- ceived at the Ploe street Theairteai war raging between Manager Abcrle and Maagerlle- gce of tho Boy11 company who said Aberle's theatre was not pood enough for his show. 15. New York hlanksclr- iloodat Corry Lhc worst Iu twenty yei Mfirrljiec of E. J. QorclinlorfLiul MissR. o.__ _ _ A _b both oi'Uiiscity. Bnidford ahead at the thooUng Lournftment. 27. Ksplosion of Koberts vt Company's Torpedo factory at Bolivar a ton ot glycerine goes 28. son of Baldwin fatally injured by explosion of cmpiy glycerine cans. Dedicating the scroll at the orthodox syna- on Kennedy street. Jordan buys the Harrisburg Tele- gram SEPTEMBER. 1. Marriage of II. Morrow aud Miss Edith 2. Fiitt day of fall nieetiny at the Bradford Bradford Driving Park. 3. Attempt of ex-Treasurer Bailey LO recover from bondsmen of it Ege the amount duo the State. iLSimondsoutenalnstwontjMivo men at a banquet in honor of Ericsson of Now York. W. formerly 2 Congress street. Fine Wtchcs and jewelry. Kolwrta 77 Main Pa. _------------ Tho Singer Miinuracturlnfj Comimny have removed their office to the corner of the African slavery. K. Collins Co. Carry especially for fine family trade fiue old Port and Sherry wines. A. Slayer Jk 3 Main Alain and Kennedy streets. Call and see Iho I. F. and A. Sewing Macbioes.high BealThe Era m and shippere of bqnon arm .entirely new. New Singer Machines Climax tobacco to the as low dles for ns oil and nee- cte-. two per cent for casb. all makes of cheaper specialty i i _i___i.__ rm.- nr------- ir___ I IVTOUi PTftftri imTtfirfrfin f 1_r r r v w _ _ _ J ft than sold elsewhere. The Singer Manu- imported foreign and facturing corner Main and Ken- domestic winea. Specialtaea m stOl nedy next door to Stewart's jew-1 recoia- elry Pa. mended by physicians for oenta. Excellent stock of clarets. kiefl we carry in enabling ra to nil straight whisky in or out of men N.H. Rock antl Rye for coagh and colds. BAUKK resident IDSQT- 1 ons. invite the pnhlic to OUB iince Producers' Exchange build-I believing that we can suit tiMmort Fa. The only insurance j agency writing all their own policies at I Orders for boer receivad. their office. They represent the oldest A. and largest companies in the United 1 No. 3 No policy fees. 11-30-U '-I i i f 1 i r t t h F   

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