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   Era, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               m i B M FRIDAY JAN 1886. NO. IV V TRAP froal a portrait of the with the f 1 -V i- flate of the while on the back ap- n r t- T mt iu i tf P OF IN r.illto lie XV'ui- in to troops 7. -Tbe situation oi the n P-unnali is causing much important comnin- have passed to-day helween the and Lord Viceroy wacei-oiair the possibility of being in a dangerous led to a rntnor thai necesnty sending auoth- expedition to Mandalay. At with a has of his troops had reached abont lii-0 miles north of Mtindn- bis forces for a banditti knowu as the Da- tj0 have been taking advantage oT of the governraeat the to commit the horrible outrages and depredations oosst'ssious and property of sonic ble natives. GenThe Eral Prendor- left a comparatively small force at 3las- not anticipating any danger in ricinity. Since hia departure two 101- ot the Burmese have oc- Alompra nud rival aspirants to the throne from Tbebaw was lately estimated that the total number ot i ra 1 Tl t f id which is 3 U i.__ I- a portrait of bearing the iiislorical dute Jan. 1815. Mr. Theo- dore who bus been chosen to will escort the Governor from his rooms at the Hoffman House to the ban- quet where he will be welcomed by ibe committee and uuesta. All tho State officers will be present. THE HOUSE COMAEITTFES. The Membership of the Most Import- ant Committees. Jan. following ia the full membership of the most important Wavs and Hewitt McMillan Harris Breckepridge Mn.vbnry Breckenridge Kelly Hiscock Barnes Keed McKinley Forney Holman Townshend .Bnrns Cabell Lefevre Adnms Wilson Cannon Kyan Butterworth Long McComas Henderson Bank and ler Cauule-r Aruot Suydcr Howard Hatton Diupley Hrumm Adams Brady i.Vu. Woodburn Weifhiri and Seymour Herophill Norwood Scott McCreary Kynuiu Uiid Jamas Y.J. Rockwell Utile Felton Fuller THE BIG BALL TENDKKED TO THE ACTOIt. LAST ISVJfiNIXG. A Cay Celebration of tlio 500th Vorforiu- itnce for n. Orciit JCuclng Heavy Suicide. TO WE DOTNfi TO fiUO for this ess rpgfl WASHINGTON WELL says that notwithstanding the pi i some of the old members it wih be stronger for tariff relorm than the committee of the last Congress. Ho said so sanguine did he feel on this question thai lie- had already framed in his mind the outlines of a hill he proposed to submit lo the committee as early ns possi- ble HO as to give plenty of time for its con- ra Oil 'I Gnu at fi Lively The Voutifu Still II lii l.ho NEW reception nnd ball given to Henry E. Dixey this evening at the Metropolitan opThe Era honso locelc- brute the HOOth performance of was a grand affair. After the performance at the Bijou Dixey repaired to tbe opThe Era where ho received hun- dreds of friends and admirers ia tho recep- tion room. Tho opThe Era house was beauti- fully decorated. Over the stage a largn of was suspended between the upon which tho glare of ten calcium lights was thrown. On each side of tho proscenium arch were placed two columns of twenty-eight feet high. Stream- ers of all colors and brilliant hues ran from the center of the ceiling to the upper gal- leries. An elaborate iloral reprodiietiim of the of Paris of rare exotics was erected over thu entrance to the Imll room. A statue cf Mr. Dixey. wrought in gas with ptidest.il and blazed iVom the stagy and im- mense Iloral urns of ferns and palms were placed in every nnd ner of the capacious room. GiSincmj's band played tha promenade music and Bernstein's orchestra wai installed on the dancing sidcrution. J-'KW COLD FACTS. AHuiivySuowStorniiuul Raging TlimiitflKHit. tho ST. Jan. heiivy snowstorm and is reported lo he racing the Northwest. At Fergus Kails the thermometer in below zero und snow is badly drifting at The lun been raging for Uio past twelve hours with the mercnry below zero. Along the Xorthern Pucific railroad tho thermometer is reported us Kan'O Carnnylon 23 M. M. 2fi M St. Manitoba. Trams are now arriving on with tho exception of the Sioux City which have -liecn abandoned. At tliU point Gnc drift-ing snow has boon falling since early tins morning. The thermometer now marks below xero and the mercury is last falling. The weather signal indicates thu eoldeat weather of the season with severe storms. Jan. storm of the past four which had abated yester- resumed last ui.dit and this nioruinu found a blixzanl sweeping the city and Thy io the d.acinK ftiind a I wjutry .m1 m.lw. force than King Thebaw was together at aay one lime to op- invasion. It is true tbut rebels are divided into two distinct 5 ami are not working in a foreiga invader of their is fair to consider them .iraaieil bv a common purpose. The alarming element of the situ is the possibility that be- ie Pr'endergast can return sm tbe north .Mandalay may ho .ptored by a movement of ouc of the rebel fnies. in concert with a revolt withia the IT There is also a question wueth- IherebelH may not siu-weil iu obstrucL- ivtuni march sunicmutly the rebel leader in Siuthern to got bv ainoiijc .puiaoeto tSir even without uf the pt-opie witlusi the alls I- is probable liuit Ceucnit I ren- -reast has underrated the amount oi pa- ioti-m that exists in the couatry districts Bormab. Though Theebaw was not by reason of hU und a of the rumple were quite willing remains tbut BritishVoverniuent of the country. his accounis for the remarkably Iftrirc rce which the chuiiKtuts to the royal suc- Imve been able to bring so quickty llaiuinoiid Cnlbertson Collins S-juey CXites Entou Kojrers Itennett E- r.. Tay- lor Parker Kanney Hepburn Stewart fVt Belmonl Clem- ents Cox Singleton McCreu- Craiu Kice Waite Kelchnm NT. Y. Phelps ''ilUitiiry Wolforu Kimentront n. DorfpimS. Fiulay Viele Y i Anderson Stcehs Laird McCiiU-heoii Monk Carey i Navul AiVairs Knllentync McAdoo Norwood Lort J' Ihirmtir Thoniiss i iSV. Va Houtelle Post-oiHces aud J'ost-road.s Blount Ward 11 ml KiKKS i flU. Tjiylor James Dockery 11 Mcrrinm Kunymaii '.....eiield tvv1 burroughs Gimther w. ALil- iard Peters f Came f Public Hendley Van Kilt on Foran alternated in the reception aud supper rooms. M.uiy prtnniURnt people from this and cities were jiresent in the boxes aud the dancing floor was crowded with club soldiers and journalists. The festivities were prolonged until a latchoiir. The affair was thoroughly enjoyable und iu all respects n brilliant success. The Dwyer have declared Bank- rupt out the Vilcy atukes of at Falsehood out of the Phil-nix Hotel and Blue Ribbou stakes aud Glad Kye.s out of the Oaks and Stallion stakes for 1837. Bankrupt has also been declared out. of the Derby ..ml Charles Green stakes at St. nud the Springbok und Falsetta ut Latonia. Cflnd Eyes 1ms been declared out of the Lakeside stakes at Chicago St. und Stallion stakes of at Louisville. Esquire has been de- cUred out of the Kenwood and Hyde 1'tirk stakes at Chicago aud the Clark __ P Imve been able to bring so quickty an fcaton i.Misb Ji mention The gravity of the sitna- LaOon Stevens ihft two ore- Mc-Rne f Strait ou will IK- increased should the two pre oderscome to some amicable agreement to nrioiitvof aud combine forces wonld be qmte HI the DC of what has wore tban once occurred Eastern and as there is uotuiug i the dippatcbes to show that the two nrmifcs havo in uny way engaged in between th-jre rciwrd to thec-xaet situation i3_too to Strait Anderson Paysou Stephensou ienThe Eral litary hol ciiclw to acUoa iu upon the count in a mov-j. it result in su'ph enconrn-ement to rebel- another rx- Ptut 1 to voe Itow ho L-uuld justify m.s the situation IB awaited vith connidt-rable Mixiety. It stated in Dispatch from Kunuoon that a ar.'f of Heitsio'H force cons .fV-'nlnr Jiiirmese troops who were- llie interior during the recent with JJritfch and conse- Mientlv were not included in the army TODdercd Kin-Theebaw- when he was Jt. wfll of be- more dilii- enlt to Huppresa siii'h Jbrce than it would bs to vanquish an army of untrained B ir- tives. The unlavorabl- news irum vfhereovtM-ythinK wits a lew days to be in the most j bfactorv hu- greatly di.scom' tlie conservative who conntefl upon the easy aud compie e urption of that rich country a valuable achievement with which to go before I ar- t 1 1 liaiaent. The vexation of tbe Isritish tax- paver at the prospect of another dram on Burmese ex- pedition will unpleasant thing ioi Salisbury to encounter should the foreboding aroused by dispatches he inclined by dcveppnieijts between DOW and the opening oi lariia- raent ou Tuesday. TUB vicrouiors. Jackson Ter.j IndianAflciire-Wellborn Pcele Skinner fri. Storm I-e- Hale Allen Ward illls. Perkins t US'. Allen Hailey F-i Weaver tjaj. Lawliir Tiir-sney Cram Kurston James It Hnohaoan Vavifie Cahell Y TilUuan Oathwaite Richardson FTaiicock HolmW Kverlwrt i Pft Hayden f Weber Y. i. Keform in Civil Storm i Finlfly Stone ISayne SpooneriR J Farquiuu' N'. Jones i. Scott Cowells is Struhell Taylor Unidy Patents Mite-hell Mnriin d i. MorsAii Cowell.s C 'N. V Plumb American .Ship Onnu i Ifolrnan Mills Kinu Bliss K-uikin Mcilillen Couislock Wads worth Osborne Teltoa J. Kouieis St. Martin Uibsou Tiiirg Evans .Spooncr J. A. Tuylor St. Ledger and-Stallion .s'.ukes of at Louisville. The above named horses are the recent purchases made by the Dwyers at the sale in Lnxinjrton in December. The entries to the futurity stakes have reached the numberoi which is 311 more than estimated for. Many the hrye breeders buve us yet sent iu their entries and it- is expected that when these are received the number will reach The value of the stakes will then exceed At the office of the United New Jersey Railroad and Canal Company city. t was deuic'l to-day t'nat John G. the president ol the cnrapany had killed himself aa reported iu iho mornins- news- aad stated that his death at- tributed to the accidental discharg.' of his pistol. Kaughr.m reluil dry deal- Bfoadway and made an to-day for tbe henclit of their creditors. Their liabilities are about naa.if-1 the Same back into the blockaded coml'.lion of the begiiiuiny of the week. This storm is much mure severe aud jrencrul iu extent than i'.s Thu Icnipcmtiire thin was O3 twenty degrees lower than it lias yet attained this winter. slight rise occurred during tne nigbtlall found it as cold as it was at sun- rise. The which had cleaned their tracks ran for a while ilur- the but suspended on most of the before niaht. Tbe storm has a wide western but the wires in the west arc in such a crippled condition that par- ticulars cannot be obtained. There in no quiwtion that thin blizzard must prove most severe on range stock and many cat- tle will undoubtedly per ten on the shelter- less plains. The Burlington Missouri KU-L-i- and the Union 1'ucilic railroads have ulnudoned all trains and incoming trains are frum twelve In eighteen hours i late. IJepoiU inclicato that the storm is throughout lower Da- Colorado nud Wyomin g. WAsn Jan. chair laid before the Senate a letter from the Secre- tary of War transmitting a petition from West Toiut students praying thatgraduates ot may apiisiiited Id tho army. Referred. A ii-solution offered by Afr. Sfanderson to nailing on the Secretary of Interior for information to whether uny purveys of public lands have been made wilhin last iwo years iu -vhether there are auy unaiir- vtyed public lands in Unit what recommpiidntions liave made wilhin Tradn. DlHimtcli inTiiF. Kiu.l .Tau. Smith well continues to pour out oil and gas iu aa stream. This afternoon tho 600-barrel tank which Oiled yesterday connected with a 250-barrel tank. There are two lead lines from the well. One tfoes to the tanks and tho other is turned into the brook. The oil that flows down the stream presents an imposing ap- but it is u ticklish matter to esti- mate a well's production in this shape. The United Pipe Line neopje have distrib- uted pipe alons the lino between the- well and the receiving tank and arc about ready to connect up. Thu clisuppuared this giving the chance to enter upon the lease. The tank isslowly neariug coiftplction. Beyond tbe there are no material fuels to he reported. The genThe Eral estimate places the daily production at at least 400 bar- rels. The molest and most reliable heads in the field guess that it will not go over P.OO. There'are a who fail to see whore the gusher getrf material to do even one-halt' of this. There seema to have been a steady decrease in the output between yesterday aud judging only from fluid overflows from the tank and escapes from tho lead Hue that into the stream. OpThe Erators are still puxKliug their brains whether the oil comes from the fifty-foot vein or tho Gordon sand. Incase tho strike was made in the former the well's vitality promises to be i brief und unsatisfactory. They are two feet in the and it is uot probable that they will drill deeper this on ac- count of the pressure of gas. Tho pipe line connections won't lie completed be- fore next week. This afternoon the greasy fluid was greatly on the and it was estimated that lias diminished its speed to abont four barrels per hour-. The scouts arrived here at 1 o'clock from together with Messrs. Roth and Peffer.who are part owners in the well. 1'ew Emerson are ringing up on the Barr half n northwest ol the Smith. They havo a large body of leases Smith on which they will locate at least wells right awny. Tfie B.irr which liestoUie was leased yesterday to T. J. Van- dergrift. Mr. of has taken an option oo the north Taylor which lies on n line between Gordon No. 1 and Smith. The town is litThe Erally covered with oil and every train brings in fresh arrivals. The ou the Weirich is doing forty barrels m the sand a aud shows up good tbr'fiirtlier drilling-in. _ _ a large amount of ..0_ circulating in France on which that country would want fraac3 if the country's coining silver should refuse to redeem it iu gold. A French five franc piece to-dny is intrinsically worth four francs. Minister Fendleton finds Ger- many's attitude toward silver much the same THAT GAS ORDINANCE. tlme totimo or' COUNCILS POSTPONE ACTIOX V PON TT 1N JSFINITKLY. ___ me. Consul GenThe Eral Walker says the prevailing sentiment of Germany 19 nu- mis tab ably ia favor of the restoration of silver to full monetary functions. TUB 1JIUDE UP MISSING. Full Toxt of the ot'OiitRitlo Vnrloiirt-AfaUurH of GenThe Eral Intercut Bo- fore the City Futhorc Greenewald was in the chair and Couucihnen SKC. 4. Any violation of the proviaions of this ordinance shall the iodivid- or corporation o.fiending to a penalty of one hundred dol- to be collected as debteof like amount are by law collectable. And each individ- partnernhipor corporation so of- fending shall also forfeit all rotate under this ordinance or any ordinance or resolution to give sncb individ- partnership or corporation tbe __ t f jf j i privilege of laying pipes as Fox Sey- A GontQinpintedSfQw Year's Surprise That faaB and Watson wercpresent at last oven Woefully Failed. iotfB mectiag. Woefully Failed. A few miles south of the Pennsylvania Slate in Bradford is tho Tnlcot farm. Ezra iLs is a- rich mectiag. The regular order of busincso was oensed witb. the purposes aforesaid. SKC. 5. Upon aity violation of the pro- visions of this ordinance it ahall he tlie duty of the when in- structed so to do by the to imme- diately turn ofVthe gas from the pipes of ____ ......__ Kelly moved that they raceUhe Select Uaid partnership or corponi- liig wife having died two years Council in joint session to hear the report U'on so offending and to Hjop the further 1 J I iivinrr r.in0a hv fltllil 1 .1 ago. Soon after her death bu rented the to William Williams. has a wife and the latter a good- girl of in her nineteenth year. Talcot continued to live on tho boarding his tenant. As the siory ia known a month or so aRO Talcot suggested to Williams that he would like to take the Intter's daughter as his Both Mr. and Mrs. were pleased with the hit a of bnving the rich Farmer Talcot for their and readily consented to the match. Mra. Williams thought it would he well not to lot the girl know anything about tho mat- ter unl.il the day tlie when they would have a grand party at the house surprise her as well as the guests. The idea that the girl would make any __ _Vh .___ ._ m- laying of pipes as aforesaid by paid partnership or corporation so offend- and it shall bo the duty of the City whenever instructed so to do by tbe to bring suit to recover the penalties aforesaid. SKC. G. All ordinances or or parts of ordiuancca or resolutions incoti- oi tho City Engineer ou paying Main street and to consider the electric fire alarm aud it was adopted. KxoaThe EratioDS asked for by City Treasurer were referred to the Finance Committee. The Controller's soveuth annual state- moat was read and referred to tbe Finance sistent are hereby repealed. Committee with orders to have it printed. .JOINT SESSION. President 'Whitehead in tho Chair. A communication from the City Engi- neer on paviDg Slain street was read and referred to the Joint Street Committee. V. T1IE SCHOOLS OF TO12 STATI Siiporintemlciit Annual Discrimination hi Ssilurii-K Jan. The Superinten- dent of Public in his annual i thafc the common Aa orainaneo regulating the manner of throuehout the State ftrc steadily laying gas was read. ffoSinSK ab. is aud John B. Farrell. W. M. T. K. now covers a little over seven al- _ _ m m M jm _ 1 Tf _._.... ob'-eclion to beiiiLC disposed of ia this sura- J. S. J. H. John though the minimum term of five months Gregg aud S. G. Elliott the privilege of Piin remains. The increase of the avThe Erage n J... I In r n vt t n I _ mliry manner does nnt seem to have oc- curred to any of tbe and all m m k 4 C iinil assets the amount. TVo were forced the linn to- n tr At the regular monthly meeting of Chamber of thirf resolu- tion was That this Chamber heart- ily approves the principles regarding com- mercial treaties enumThe Erated by President Cleveland in his to anil we are of the opinion the coudniniis justify such treaties with Mexico and rian Domingo. Also that iu our truiUien with foreign the importnut item of coal- ing sUtious not be lost rf. lust three years by the Surveyor- Gonerulofthal.lislrict as to ilio discon- tinuanc.3 of said ollice and whether it i.s iulvi.-ublo lo di.-continiie such olliee. .Mr. Voorbi'cs ortered as a snlwtitutn for u resolution recently nflerert by Mr. Jfar- one ita preamble that the ATTACKED r.Y A Atkinson J 5. Giliillau Nino and inroniisc tin.-Tenth. Jan. conference of 'ie officers of tho Manhattan Klevated Railway ami the wmmitteeor tbe Brothcr- toodot' Locomotive K-igiueThe Era mot at o'clock th-ls afa-rnoon. Gnind Chief P. M. inhnr.'wbo headed tbe de-lotion of un- received by Vice President Galloway and GenThe Eral Manager Haiu. Af- ihriefcoDSulUi'ioa the two commit- weat into executive session. At 4 s Sidney Dillon came from the caeei- anuoiuu eel that an amicable had beon reached ami Uere beno strike. A IPW minutes later Bother oiUcerof the company appeared Mid that it settlement had been ur- nine-hour The com- remained in session until wlico Chief Arthur announccdiiiat Perfectly satisfactorv agreement bed been at. urifjvaiiueflsuumillcti to Coamiittce of tho company oy xbe coutaiued ten county or The lirst of these demfUided of UH time a day's ten to cipit houry acu ibe reqairt'.'l the moditicution of n cer- role the com pan v working hardship one demanded be dischnvf-cd fur oa a or be tlid- flS There ia but. little dUeiiffion here to- night over committee owins to the fuel that the pnncipal mfs chr-iriMauships had been ard criticised revcrul Joadvanutj of the formal announce- ment to-day. Tho prevailing impaitial itiment is that tbe Speaker lias been conservative as possible in his selections of chairuieti. Vv'lu-rever practicable he continued the old the omy nota- ble exception Uie cnpeof Govenior renusyh'iuiin. who is displaced from the head of f'oreign AfiUii3 Commit- tee and made chnirman of the Banking and Currency CommiUee Representative ol the head and front of the silver compromise is outspoken in his cnlici.'iir oi the make-up of tbe committee ou 1 j- __ i _ 1. .iftf-.tn I Th roc of tho Noii-Unton Itnx Makers of Chi- ctign Severely lluiucti. Can Jan. strike at Max- well Bro.s.' box factory is assuming a more serious aspect. At this morniugwhen eight of the non-union men were oji their way to work aud had miched the corner of Blue Island avenue and Eleventh street they -were attacked by ft crowd of the strikers aud their sympathizers. It was rv turbulent mob of men nud boys armed with clubs and stones. Five of the men escaped by running bntfae other Wm. H. B. Owen and B. Perry were badly beaten aud cut about the brad. Perry was possi- sibly fatally injured. He was taken to the hospital. When the pnlico patrol reached the scene all but two small boys had dis- appeared.______________ last Ill think Sneaker Carlisle has taken especial iiPius lo neutralize the composition the comrailtea ou weights acd moas- he wiid in a TJnited Prosb reporter tbia evenicK. committee as it is is intended to be a nmittee lhal is U will nothing in Buspcwl coinages 7llnnufnetiirors' A-ssru-liiimn. Jan. linns of atecl maniifaclurers were represented at a meeting held at the Hotel Anderson this at which was organizMl the Steel Manufacturers' Association of tlie United States. Every firm of steel manu- facturers in tho United States was enrol led in tliousaociatiou either by their representa- tive or by letter. Almost the entire session wus occupied in revising the classification of merchant stetl so as to make it similar to that of iron. Tne chanty of classifica- tion involves an -advance in price on some crades varying from to per ton. The association will continue to bo'd occasional meetings at the call of tbo executive com- mittee to regulate matters respecting the trade's interests. out ir Jfor.ae is determined to do .-uestion. It lias been the people tarough- thc country and iP ft subject to n t i- inriTp nin'ontv is in not be -n.p-a d lornied pose by it in the selection of J 'i liion ...v cause w5iliout having a trial and if f blame to receive full pay _. Jlie time of suspension. All -.M it has bsen successful 13 made by the engineers were Cooj- of having no Jlft V _ i live upon it. which P. compromise hours made. This settlement differences between the engineers tne Elevated railway wilhont the uiot on ihe part cf the forracr a refusal to ad- is genThe Erally regarded of Tins Southern Leiij .....ivn-r.E. Jan. meet- tha Sjnthcru hald at Ma- they refund by a lie vote orfjur to to reinstate t-h-j Mem- nhis club. All of the r.lulw were rapre- and nee me d to take a great inter- est SevThe Eral prominent hiwycrs and hunk- were present as delegates. Nashville moved to reconsider the tormi-r action the expelling which President Proud lit moved out ol order. Nashville then from_the desiMon r the on the question oi appeal ae Presided decided that Ofcarleaton was entitled to a vote. The Auroi'li ISorcuHs. N. Jan. 7.-One of the most brilliant displays of aurora borea-is ever noticed in this latitude appeared in Un'skv all o'clock this of'Pensions in bis annual report hail stated lb.it at- one timw the Pension JJurtjiiu wat all but avowedly n political iiricbiiic HHed with unco'tipro- misir-'fKllifrpr.Nol1 a organisation tbii Republiuan and Llmt claimant wvre oitcn io_ hiippurt the Republican pnrtv a condition upon which pension sliouhl Thu rtsoln- tiou instructs the Committee nn Kxpendi- tures ot Public Money to tnumni into the trulli of thcsft alk'gUions and confers power to send for pcwonf nnd papers. Mi. L-iyan had notbinn to say the prtVL-nl Cu'.nmiwioner of whom be rodpccled but he wished the enlarged so as to incnule _an of tlie of tbe office. Mr. Voorhco.s adopted tlm amundment and the resolution wnnl over lor nne A a Mr. Brown that he would ask ft be heard on the -silver nr.e.-'tion until next Tuesday. The Utah bill wits then taken up ami Mr Morpm addresaed the Senate in snp- pnrt of an providin- lor the of the property ut the Mormon church lie favored striking the rtnireh mil of existence and cutting up tbe orynn- root and brunch. Mr. Call did not bolievo tuat Congress had the right to destroy the religions ostab- lissbineut of ihc '1 practu-3 of pnlysamy. unholy tho'.mh it did not n.- lo viol.He tli'J constitution of the Uiiiicil lepihlulinfr in regard to an rvligion or take property for public use. Mr. Edmunds said the bill wmnd uot affect tbe of tbe Mormons. it reuuvrka made by Mr. Toiler lie did no' think we had the Mormons. Mr. Ttsller denied having made the state- ment attributed fit him by Mr. CiiUnm. Whitt he had slid was not the United fsltilfs crovernmfiit liad persecuted Uio Mormon's bot the uctioa of unwise n-eula selected by the yovernment bad resnltcd in irritating the Mormons. Jfr. Cullom would prefer to abolish a'.to- tbe lenitive of the tern- of Utah and thought that we pbould sitm-j diiy have do it at any rate. It the wtw the bepf. that could be had now he would vote for it. HEKIXKD on. world is using aboat bar- rels of oil remarked a refiner. coaipared with tins .in increase iu Uio daily consump- tion nf from 4 to per cent. A large part of this oil ssoes but not a little used here at home. The Kussiaa retincrs are supplying Europe with between OUO and r.t barrels a year. As yet they are no factors in the they are simply a flea although in the years tn come they mi'.y develop us pnwurlul rivals. Stocks rtb'road coutinuo to and the time is surely coming whun Kuropean buyers will be fureed to come largely inin tho market aa 1'iuler dato of Dec. the Grocer lamUnys of American leu'ued last week reached orer bar- while in the same period last year they were almost and although the deliveries were heavier than in the agreed to Mrs. Williams' plan. Xbw Yeiir's night was selected as tbe timo for the grand surprise and a argo number of neighbors aud friends were invited. Miss Williams was instructed by her much to her to have a handsome dress made for the occasion. When New Year's Day came the girl found other dresses awaiting gifts from Farmer Talcot. She then demanded of her mother what it all meant. Mrs. told her of tho surprise which they had pinnncd. Thu indignation of the girl was unbounded. She threw tbe dresses out of her and told her mother to return them to the place they had coiue as there would be no wedding that nigbfc that she was a party to. Her mother coaxed aud all to no purpose. Her father then decided that if she would uot be married willingly she would have to take unwillingly '-he husband he had se- lected for her. When tbe guests disenabled at the farm on New Year's night they found tlie household in great excitement. The reason lor tbe guests together was soon and italso became known that the bride w'lts missing. She had left the house some timo during tho day and ocnld not be found. The of broke up in confu- and t'ue expressions of disapproval of tbe whole proceedings of the girl's parents were many and as were those of ap- proval of the spirited course pursued by the .Saturday tbe missing Miss Will- was found at tbe buuse of a friend Y. She declares that she will not return home aa long as her parents occupy the Talcot farm. I'oiniJelon Club. FoMpclou Club lost none of its vigor by the breach in its caused by the holidays. On tbe contrary it seemed re- if the meeting of last_ evening be taken as an index of its bodily. The subject for .is was Consequences of Trades While tbe less punctual members were coining in tho exercises of the evening were introduced by the refld- ingcf that beautiful gem of Dr. Chambered The subject of Uiecveninn was then brought out by Mr. X C. Clark in an excellent furnishing natural gas to the inhabitants pupils in actual uttendance is of the city of Bradford and the privilege of is more than the in- laying pipes through the lanes and creaseof number of enrolled mi oils. This alleys of said city for tbe purpose afore- said was read. An amendment to ordinance No. 50 of the city of Bradford approved March entitled- an ordinance relating to street obstruction in the city of Bradford was read. Moved by Anglnn and Kelly that it is tbe sense of this joint session that the ordinance giving to H. G. Cutting and others certain privileges be adopted. Councilman Kelly and Seyfaug made us also did N. B. who appeared in behalf of the people. The yejw and nays were on tbe above ordinance und resulted as A 4 stock by the 'Jlst. bad iticrens-.-d to nearly iW.OUO barrels about barrels in the previous year. Tlie Hrmncss latelv observable in the market still exists ami sales have been readily ciVected at quite last Friday's the spot at Tjil for the month at and for future deliveries at Ual gullon. All other minThe Eral oilh arc i a request ill firm prices.'' Messrs ot under date of Dec. oil been very steady during the past week. Prices if a trifle in feller s iiotwithstandinK the f.ict of buyers T i r m m m -mf oarticularly in that portion relating to the history of Trades t'nions. The discussion was rendered quite interesting up to the hour for closing at the hands of Messrs. Dr. and President Htonu. The names of C. D. Angell and C. P. ndv were proposed for membership. if was moved and carried that the paper of Mr. Clark be placed on filein the archives of the Club. The next regular meeting will be nelil on Thursday Jan. Mth. The subject will be duly announced by the press. Sey fang and Whitehead. and G-rceuewnId. Adopted. By Anglun and it is the sense of this joint session that the ordinance relating to gasometers be in- definitely postponed. The yeas and nays were called as Anglun. Elliott. Seyfang and Whitehead. Watson and Greenewald. Resolved to postpone indefinitely. 3iy Watson and it ia the sense of this joint session that an amend- ment to ordinance No. of the city of approved March enti- tled an ordinance relating to street ob- struction in the city of be adopted. Carried. By Anglun and this joint session do now aiise. COMMON COI'N'CH. RESUMED. President Grceuewrald in the chair. The Com m went into committee of the whole aud reported favorably au ordinance giving to H. G. Cutting and others certain privileges. Report adopted. They also reported favorably an amend- ment to ordinance No. Report adopted. The committee of the whole reported nn- vorably ou au ordinance relating to gaso- meters and the report was adopted. Adjourned to meet Monday evening next. The-ordinance providing for the handling of use of referred to sevThe Eral times iu the iorcgoing has caused so much discussion that it is here is of itself very yet tbe differ- ence between the number enrolled and the avThe Erage number in actual attendance is too numbering During the past year number of teachers has in- creased from to There were 63 less male and -JS8 more female teachers. There had been very little increase io the monthly ealary of males receiving an avThe Erage of aud females the number of female teach- ers is in excess of the number of male and that their avThe Erage monthly- salary is about SO it is evident that there is yet much unjust discrimination against female teachers in respect to while there is a growing recognition of ttteir great value in our educational work. We trust that this unjust discrimination. will soon be The Superintendent notes that an in- creased interest has awakened in school nod far more attention than heretofore has been given to the sani- tary condition of schools. The Superintendent thinks the attempt to make our common schools answer in a direct way tho ever-varying and ever- widening demands of our business life a mistake. He thinks there should be an earnest effort to pivc tbe Normal Schools broad professional character. I it .t III published in its entirety. Action upon it was definitely postponed. To- At NiMu's sss BsSJSSssH MMB better of livr IOTIB flumtiier and with even more thau her old iiuwct- nous passion and virility. She received recalls enoimh even to IUWQ a pardonable fuclins of pride in an artist of her ac- '.Lliitd ptiinrliiifr and The 1 1 _ i holding oft'as ns possibly from ai-.pnly- their wants in order lo take advantage very low prices of which petroleum can be bought for delivery during the urdt three months of next year. The spot de- mand has been good as usual at this of the and rather large overside de- liveries havo been made for English out- port s. Forward deliveries still oiler on most advnntnneons and n considThe Era- ble business'hiH resulted. Water white American can still ho had at last and Russian snld Irnm 7ld to For nctrolcnm spirit the demand rather sidelined. Coal oil hew nguiu at- tL'iUinn and some line makes onVring for prompt delivery have been readily placed. Su-oi'ii Vn. Jan. unmi to-tiny tho two branches of IbeSuilo legislature met in joint sepsinu ami tiov. Knbinsan. with members ot his council and Lieut. -Gov. Ames were wcorteil into the chamber by slaif full unii'orm and Tho gulleries were filled with .1 distinguished eom- prisinu local fedThe Eral tbe presidents of Am hers t aud other col- thc of various courts and rnnvothpra At o'clock President fliT0rd to carry. I com- Piliabiirv administered the of olttce polled to insist that theso 'be settled on or before the lirst of Febru- ary. All bills unpaid by Ume will TIIK An ordiunoco rtgnlating the manner of laying pipes over and under Ue lanes and alleys of tbe city of to bo used iu trans- porting and supplying natural gas and limiting pressure of the aud rat- _ m _ TAKPOUT. Kcccptton of a Newly of Siin'orhiff Kiitled. D. E. of is the guest of his J. our coal merchant. Mr. and Mrs. Natfc Getty was snramoned to the bedside of her mother on Wednes- day. They left for on Thursday morning. Dr. J. JJ. McCarty was at Foster Brook Park yesterday. While there he was called in at Frank Foster's. .Tbe result of the call was a 9-nonud Tbe Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. Church will give a chicken supper and so- cial entertainment at the church this even- ing. All are invited to which means you. Cornen Hose Co. No. 2 held their regu- lar meeting last night. A committee was appointed to carry the full which was made up of tbe. O. F. Chester Morgan aud John Mitchell. The committee will soon announce the date of their masquThe Erade ball. Edwin Turner the oalysonof James and Lorela died ou Wednesday morning at tho age of forty- five years. Edwin had been a sufferer from a spinal trouble for fifteen years. His parents had done cvervihiDg in their power to afford him rulief. Tho aged parentfTreccive the deep sympathy of all who knew their son Edwin in tbe hour of their sad bereavement. The funThe Eral 1 M9 '-m be held in the Presbyterian church on _ _ L of authority has boon imposed upon various partnerships and corporations to enter upon the lanes and alleys of said city for the purpose Saturday at p. N. Y. I.1 A m.. Interment at Dr. 1C. A. accompanied by we Katie returned from on Wednesday the piure was well staged aud the storm scene in the last act exceedingly well done. It was realistic to a decree. Coablau had mind support in George F. Kobin- soii and Miss Florence Kobinaou. Mr. 1-Vaiicr Coulter played the part ol Arthur with dash aud ease. The.other mombThe Era of the compr.ny were above the avThe Erage ''Our seemed to the audience at N'ibip's very much last and lac indiaitions are that it enjoy a largo amount of sneers dunnc itfi 1-wo weeks' stay 'SV- A uiuubt-r of my customers have unset- Jay of their marriage The happy bride oU to consumers in and by which ordi- and grooiu were met at the depot by ft giia uj uw ___ _______ rtf fricnila who to nances and resolutions the persons enumer- ated havoarctid to be bound and governed delegation of friends who escorted them to their on Washington street. Upon moil nave airrtjv.u iu ucuunmi by such further as the city of their entrance Ihey were confronted by a Jimdford may from lima to lime and larger number ot fnenils who had tbe Jililliiuiu r.rtvta in nrclor nnd a hi'.llltlful PDreadfor Other partnerships and corporations may m the future he jiut.hority by sai.l city to alleys and house in order and a beautiful spread for their beside all Ibis they were taken into the where a large enter the alleys and clfpnt wedding presents was of raid city for the purposes displayed. Tbe newly wedded pair after ci j receiving the hearty welcome and con- gratulations of their friends were left to when again at the hour of a. m. their quiet was disturbed by sweet strains of music from a chorus of male voices made up of Cornen Hoae of which the Doctor -was elected foreman. highway therefore it auiJ if w bc.-diy faartcd nnd original by tlie Srln-J- awl all individual partuThe Erabips and corpnmtions which have heretofore or which may hereafter bc authoriised and empowered by the said 4 W dK A.I .t I 4 to i-he Governor and nnd it Gov. Kibiuson began tlie reading of his inaugural address. II iu ut r ui my tm i _ tied accounts ou my which I cannot uily Or Bradford lo lay for tbe purposes aro heieby re- quired to ftud cover any aud all pipes used for sucLi purpose at a depth uot lees than two feet boiow tho and in ed to by onr n at Snll'octiteil by Gas- an liia fourteen year old iv -b-v the Brotherhood of Ibr an hour. It one ot cres- at -ith viyiccl the uppev uhan-infi in tinted hue. which iwaumed Tito _.L_____ Jan- Tho naw oabinot ni'nnuer Rnthorizcd I announcsd in the Oflicinl Gazntto laws. JTo believed afternoon. It. is M. Mormons to by ciuet. President of Uio Ooniiwi and Mims- could not for- Ler Forei-n M. c-.-bthat snn.noo.oou '_ Mnliaiijia'-'diiiusru. Ife history of Mii.Nlnr of Geu'envl Minister ol M. Minisi-cr of Miuiue acd tno firv. jiii iiinu v..- m be nlncptl in the hands of my nUorney for Iayi0gi inspecting and said pipes colU-clVn. I will have to adopt this course they shall do as little damnge to mid in all aud delinquents will therefore alleys and mo ho- jmpaii' the free use thereof as uttle as pos- sible. Aud before any ditch shall be they call and sue me be- fore that time. J. G. Merchant fke oulfflirf fTf HIP rninbow. the effects at tunes Mfl hieideseopla It is to tbe innication of trdfc weather. L-lJti l i O l J T _ t in Ibe sntrererl by them Lhwr s-MC'-esMvu removals. No lie cortld rcatl t.hr.t history without feeling nt least some pymrwithy for those not thnt need approve Jiilsc nut at LbaS they were pos- utlef.dnnin.itioD to exercise their uncontrolled rc-ijiious delevinuia- tiontliatnadni.ide tbe Aa-lo-h.ixna race trout pnweffnli thonch sometimes iu muvbefixercisert in n wicked cati5C. He hoped he would havo nccordca to hiw honesty of purpose iu wliat be liad L I L j i we could not for- Ler Foreign M. people believed in tha M. anrlt e briefly rcvinwod Of M. Minister Public and referred M. MitiHtcr m Jua- 1 IU WM J i i A iirrk I AI. JEinistev of Public Works' M. Minifitcr of Posts and M. Minister uf Commerce.- Kovor r.ol'oro Artcrihod to BriuHiml. A Sunday-school teacher recently tbe following to her were the ten commandments young lad I The pupil's answer at tirat sight might be considered but retlection sug- gests that it havo been inspired by n knowledge of the necessity which exists in oiidom's wicked city for some sorb of restrninb on Warren tho Sale of The following ia the opinion of tbe City Solicitor on the sale of boncte as delivered to Councils io July just before the bonds BlUDI'OKD. July 1SS3. To Finance Committee of of the City In answer to your Inquiries In re- pftrd to the sale of I liuvc to say that I uxHmiiieil tlie laiy iuul awl it to be as bonds shall not be sold fiilcssthfin par 1'roviso RuCLlou of act ol April I'. page Ai your solicitor a would not lie for me io say ttnit yon can. iu violation of the selUhe a discount .at under uily pretext or by any evasion of the law. Your obedient G.IJ. City Solicitor. in defense of a wno were witli- sevThe Eral hours when their iwuiw ercd. ._____ Jau. tbe dinner of Bnsmeas Men's Asaociatiou of this city giTen to Governor KiH Delruonico's covers will ho luid ior Nihilists. Jan. nail aud table will be a garden a string band will Tarnish menu will he a work of art plush having ou the and importaaUeUc... baud of s Whirlpool R. K. V of m- filed to-day by the N.ag- Whirlpool Railway Company. The line is to begin at Niagara Falls ami rnao the a distance ot about three capital stock Strong for Turiit Keform. Jan. 7.-A Wuabiugton special to the Transcript -Kepresentative cliairman of the Ways and Men FJ In speaking of the com- Hi i- _ ont frioails. He could bear testimony io their virtues without endorsing taeir vices. ConsidThe Erable debate ensued as to tlu Wai provisions relating to the testimony tobeuiven by husbands and nntl someamcndtnentsof ilatail were but p. without concluding ine of the the Senate ad- journed. can a. Aro You Tiretl and FohnV Pure Clam Juice in For sale only at thn OpMon House. There will be a meeting hold at the oifi ofKecorder Exchange thw commencing ab p. Jan. for tbe purpose of orqanizing an assembly of the KuighU of Lshor. All who sympathize with the object are re- spectfully invited. 10 blooinir.s prioirosea and callas at green 3 Foreman street. i----u TV. formerly 'J street. Fins watches and jewelry. Kobe vis No. 77 Mnin Pa. Tho Silver Oucstion. Jan. President to day sent to tbe Senate the correspond- eneeof the state departmentwitiiMinisters Phelps aud JtcLane nnd Mr. Walker. Consul GenThe Eral at regard- ing the' attitude of France and Germany on the silver question. Minister Phelps says England inflexibly adheres to i __.1 ___ N- RUSSET cibER-thc i.urest aud Option Hou.se. Endowed by epi- There will be an adjourned meeting Weaver Soso nb their Saturdi Jau. Otb. Every member retincsted to be present. By order of DIRECTORS. annual meeting of the atockholdThe Era of the Kirst National Bunk of ibr tbe election of directors ibr the ensuing yenr will be held at tbe office of said bank Jan. between the houi-a of I and o'clock p. m. W. Cashier. 1886. as aforesaid which mny bo likely to impair the free use of nay lano or or which may be danaorons to the it shall be the duty of the party or parties who propose to dig them to notify the Street Commissioner of their intention Roto and it shall be the further duty of the said partnerships aud corpora- their employes and mana- to eflectually guard such ditches by guard rails and lights at or by keep- ing a sufficient number of men stationed along such to notify and warn the traveling and such ditches shall not be kept or partially longer than is absolutely but tbe work shall be tlono without the ditches immediately and the alley or lane left in as good condi- tion as before tbe ditches wore dug. And the authority heretofore given or in- tended to be given by resolution or ordi- nance to partnerships and cor- porations to lay pipe as aforesaid for tbe j purposes aforesaid is hereby rati- fied and confirmed upon tbeir compliance with the provisions of this ou iv_......._____________ oc before the first day of A. 1835. lcte. SCcond story office and and SKU. 2. All partnerships or cor- flwr This is one ol tbe nest Tho have removed their office to the corner of Main and Kennedy Htrcets. Call and flee the I. F. and II. A. Sewing Mftchines.high entirely new. New Singer Machines as low'as oil and nee- dles for all makes of cheaper than sold elsewhere. The Singer Manu- facturing corner Slain and Ken- nedy next door to Stewart's jew- elry Pa. I W. formerly 2 .CongrcM street. Fine watches and jewelry. Roberta No. 77 Main street Pft. BUSINESS place for sale at Pa. A three-story brick braiding 26x60 situ- ated iu the village of Kane. First floor store room with counters and shelves com- porationa laying pipes as aforesaid shall locations in town and is particularly fitted nAPflfhTl To Whom it May Concoru V D I. employ in their business such nieohaaicai devices as shall effectually control the for dry goods ami notions. Any. J_U J WJ mt 13 Dl f have apiwinted W. C. McBride sole pressure of that ia the pressure sbaH iogcan have possession un'w I _n flnfl tini- I nrtoapagmn Will b6 glVCUl on or address me mt Pa. 4-2 W JOSHUA PAArJS. agent for McKcan county for our celo bratcd ale. Parties desiriog any of our cures. the gold standard and will enter into no international agreement for the creation of a bi-melalie standard. Minister McLauc finuds tlmt France would not permit brands TO ay obtain the same pricea from him C3 furnished- at our N. Y. GEKBNBWAY BBJtwnrG Co. N. July A at all times be rcgular.conlmnoiw and uni- form to the consumer when used for light or fuel. SEC. 3. The authority given by virtue of this ordinance to partner- ships and corporations 13 subject to such other and further regulations as tbe coun- NEW YORK Bohemian export beer in bottles for- family use per dozen. Option Option   

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