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   Era, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               THE JANUAEY 11. 1886 r -1 l 1 i jl f 'I I 3i r-1 I l V i 1 B l.. T 1 M J W Itt For the Lower Lake fair followed tloicty tempThe Erature ditriny Tuesday wefterly winds and genThe Erally barom- eter. Table of FIRST Sermon on the Choice of a preached about Fire at Washington the Jamestown Post- master was Telegraphic and Local News. SECOND TKIKD Stock and Produce Markets. Late Noies on Oil FOURTH Local evenng leave the And blow ami snow and sleet Are faliiug and wet Thtn strict precautions we HIILSI 'Gainst taking coMf and tht-n we know The Liioe for searching' hiyh and low- Hits and right to work we To find our last year's overshoes. We hnnt the ihrruidi and Tho cellar and the- For hours the anxious search But all in And wiiuu 'liso'cr It makes us mther mad to find Thai thrive nice Our wife course with motive kiuGi Has piv'n to feud the goat next door. Peoples' Theatre will not reopen to-oigbt good man ia kcown by the condi- tion of his sidewalk this weather- seats for Salisbury's Trouba- dours will be OD sale this morning. H. Locke won a diamoccl horse- shoe pin at Ed. Satherland's Saturday liveryman has not bided his time in The best girl is bound to have a sleigh ride. storm was a premium on staying at home and the attendance at churches suffered. criminal class appears to bo be- numbed with cold and the police are kept busy in keeping warm- have been hours behind time for the past two clays. Outside newspapers are back numbers by tho time they reach here. is thought the railroads will be in fair running order to-day. The Western mail last night was still in the West at last accounts. water prevailed in the Fifth ward Saturday uud the rafts were tested for active service. The real Hood will likely come later. the Big Wednesday Kahn and Milhollen will skate for a side. Opinion is much divided on the merits-of the men. is an excellent time to stay at home unless it becomes necessary to skip the country or some equally strong induce- ment is offered to travel. is proposed io hold a mass meeting to boom the Parnell parliamentary fund here. The affair could probably be worked up to colossal proportions. at the Baptist church during the past week have proved of so much in- that they will no continued every until Saturday evening. The meetings will held in the audience room beginning at m and all are invited. cents a day and three cents per mile for is the compensation of witnesses in the trial of civil and criminul cases before aldermen and justices of the peace in by the law ap- proved July Iu computing time there are no fractions of proposition to pave Main street 'promises to assume a more substantial shape than talk by the time npriog shall have opened onr mud cannls. When the street is paved some provision should be itiado to keep it which will bb a matter of no small importance. uoloaning beef from u freight car near the Kemuuly street crossing Sat- urday Jamw employed by J. K. his foot on the coupling pin between the bumpers and tmiVered se- vere injury to that as jnst then the curs came together. of the on the north of Main street are an unmitigated and should be raised or removed. During cold weather they become slirt with ice snow and many a man's hat bus been smashed hy ia contact with them. These at wirings are in defiance of u city ordinance. tho annual election of Weaver Hose Ji. M. Bailey was elected J. P. C. L. U K. Hauihber and W. U. E. Cosvdrey. dele- gate to J. P. al- E. and G. .L. assistant foreman. Josie the unsuccessful contestant for n diamond riny at ML Ber- nard's was presented with a handsome wafch on behalf of the fair Saturday evening. It -was a graceful re- cognition of fler substantial services. The by the netted about which will be applied to St. Bernard's whore sevThe Eral hundred children re- ceive tree instruction from fourteen Sisters of Charity. consider ourselves man and is the modo of getting married in many parts of the State since tho new license law went into effect. A couple go before a sign tlie requisite papers.. and have tho interesting ceremony made legal without any further formalities The usefulness of clergymen iu this field is threatened and iu time their will probably bu to a very great extent. Htorru delayed a carload of special scenery to be used hi Rose Cogblan's play of JoanIJ and it did not arrive here until a. m. yesterday. The company succeeded in getting through from Kings- with their bnt it was necessary to curtail tho train on Urn Canadian railroad and the special car was dropped. Much of theeflect of the third net in the play was lost by the absence of thestonu MissCoghlan's interpre- tation of the true-hearted fisher girl gave satisfaction io a fair-sued audi- considering the fearful weather. It 19 to hoped she will appear hero again under happier She was credita- bly supported. Tho Troubadours Wednesday Evening- of a a farcical vrna played for the iirst time in this City at McKee Itankin's Theatre last evening. It all the dtuAi and sparkle that made Room and so enjoyable. The songs are witty and orig- McHenry displays her usual and Salisbury himself is as ay ever. The play details the adventures of three New York clerks and Dolly Dash- wood at a country board- ing bouse. One of the clurks falls in love who tarns out to be the flatne of the employer of the three men. The employer's discovery of what is on ends in their They starve for twelve Weeks in a through the kindness of they yo into business for Dolly marry inn the man of her and Jack Potts the country girl who won his love at the farmhouse. The farce is well and as well York Sun. ARE BRENNAN 21 Main Bradford. Went HOTL JI. C. Cowdon and wife leave in a few days for Florida to enjoy the Sunny South lor three or four months. Clarkgville's favorite dray- man. and bis mule leave to-mor- row to seek pastures now in tho Kane field. f FraDk Peck hum v proprietor of the Peck- bam reports having had a good time at the dance at Bolivar. Mr. Clarence in cimrgo of Ham- nioud Lease v is huildiog a fine housu. ia doing the paper Our town was almost Hooded out oti Monday about two feet of water on Maint3treeL Dr. Kobinsou has a good practice acd is hieetinR with great success ia ail his casey. Every person in our town is casting in the direction of Nile. Onr friend John Giles has been appointed and assumed the position of Postmaster in place of Mr. Keller resigned. John will fill tho for the boys nil like him. Clarksvillo claims some trotting stock. Where are yon sporting Conic to Clarksville and inquire of and PERSONAL. J. one of the popular con- dnclota of the R. P. is in the city the guest of J. Mnrphy leavea for Pitiaburg this whence life will go1 to York in a few Mr. Marphy is an earnest worker in the cause headed by Paruell. THE annonl meeting of the stockholders of the First National Bank of Bradford for the election of directors for the ensuing year will bo held at the office of said tank Jan. between the lionrs of 1 and 2 o'clock p. m. W. Cashier. Jan. 188G. A Card to tho Citizens of llradfortl. Having for many years been residents of the we need no introduction to most of you. and having many friends among yon trast our new venture will tnake us still many more friends and no enemies. AB has been stated io these we have purchased the insurance business formerly conducted by W- H. and we now como to you as the only strictly resident insurance agency in the We are both residents of we own property ia the city and help by our taxes to bear its onr all our interests are and we propose us business men in every way possible to wosk IVar the best interests of onr city and its We represent the and line of companies in the the companies who carried Bradford riska when all others refused and did not wait to have it that wti had ft lin and permanent cityt and having a thorough knowledge of our business wr are prepared to furnish the beat protection to onr cus- tomers. If we should make any money out of the premiums you pay us it will none of it go to City or any other outside but will all go to benefit our own and thus by patron- ising us you patronize u purely home you 'receive tho strongest protec- and we think you will find us ayruo ablc to deal Trusting that pleasant relations may exist between us. Yours 12-31-1 ai a P. CODY BBO. THE PRESENTS HAVE ARRIVED. THE -yi rw- OHKiS'i'MAB CARDS A UK THE FINEST. W. SoKOPPERLEft formerly 2 Congress street. Fine watches and .Roberts No. 77 Main Pa. Oor.DKS at Option c purest and Endorsed by epi- Mayer Ko. 3 Alain DealThe Era in and shippers of li_ and tobftGCCM. Climax tobacco to the iesa two per cent for of all our wpecinlty tho Freuh imported foreign and domestic wines. in wines. Imported Tokay and Buduij recom- mended by tct Excellent stock of clarets kies we cany in aimblhiK no to sell straight whinky in or out of such ao McGib- onfl. We invite the public to examine OUT believing that wo can ra.it the fastidious. Orders for freer The Largest Stock of Holiday Goods Ever Seen in this City. Gold French Solid OpThe Era Plated Silverware. o 3. Our Silurian thti threat health is handled only hy our pole flu W. C. McBritie. JjTJTFIKR W. McCSOSITKLL July canvriss teal red-head House. The annual of I be .stockholders of thy National Rank fur the election of directors for tho ensuing will ho he-id at the a face of Raid hank in on Jan. The polls will he opened at 1 o'clock p. ami remain opon until o'clock p. in. 0. F. T. Cashier. Jan. BUSDOESS NOTICES. O3T-A Uveen Crawford station Find Ml. on an Krietrain. Tlonk contained nearly fifty dol- lars. Kinder can keep the money bat reniru tht1 which are of no value to une but the Pa. WrAXTKD-AYOUNG COUl'LK UE3IREONE or two tnrnished rooms with In pri- vate family. Address A. KKA office. Fine Plush and Leather Glove and Handkerchief Jewel Toilet Photograph. Autograph Scrap Picture Fine Pockatbooks and Hand Ar- totype Engravings. MPORTED NOVELTIES Fine aas Goods from Vienna. Beautiful Carving from Switz- and Cat o'Nine Tail Easels from Boston. Beautiful Grift Books Complete Stock of Juvenile Books and Largest and Best Assort- ment of Miscellaneous Books in Pennsylvania at V C. J. LAKE'S SO. 4 BOYLSTOK STREET W Bradford O tt Uum g of WAGNER OPERA HOUSE. WAGNER REI3 Managers. ONE NIGHT ONLY. January 13 HOU5K AND LOT COK. EL3I J. aiifl lumiiru ofO. P. STE- Oil j h SALE Oil Hi SL'MMER Apply A. ROBES SALE-A SrjL'ARE ClIIOKKR- HM c'uss order. St-ven und tliird throe iie-t 01' Riven for sol lin jr. Kminirc of C. Valor Cummtssioiicrs' 1-o-U J e open HABITS. liours. 9-Mf iX'S MAP OF THE MIDDLE OIL the of Forest ooun- of flinty niul Ciari- McKuiui A limited nuinbBr of tlKjsu tnups are Mirny possession und for nt SS J. P. L. UNDERTAKER. 'p Nellie Salt1 iu llieir bright tUrco ii'.d comedy by E.E. Klild'-r. 3 OF A KIND 3 Tlic situations aru and the diKraetfirsrtre copies from life such as we nil know. of ueiv ronySt specialties and tin- irroat 3 POKER FOR 3 SO FUNNY. RESERVED SKATS On sale at Uronnan .Ifiii. at n a. m. THE WAVERLE HOUSE BOGHBSTBBf This Hotel now open to the NO. 3 OOBYDON piilil thoroughly reimvaletl ami 1'jor-atcd at corner of new 1 AORF..S OF THE UEAYI- vw- Timber tho -EXT DOOK T0 to -iO.OOJ in I'onlaraiul the low of Twn per Acre. AcUlruss 25-if Pa. FOED a Complete Stuck of STATE STREET AND OENTRAL In tho buMnofis street ears pass thu has electric lights and all modem conveniences. W. R. WEAVER. L. E JR. WE TA OR ON ESTABLISHF-O 1876. PATENT tfV Iain St. ail mm HAS BEEN The Great Supply House We have sold and shipped during the year The Only Place to Buy Stoves i Household Supplies Only a Few AND BLANKETS T MERY WEAVER. FFERIN68 DECIDED BARGAINS have you bad such an opportunity or the pleasure to go into a Sit ti nrl n T n A H 4- _11 _ j Jewelly Store and flnil such a Largo and Elegant Selection of all kinds of Jewelry and other nrticles too numerous to aa at ROSENBERG'S LOAN OFFICE. I have made a .special effort this year to eclipse onr previous Holiday at the same time assnriugyou that inasmuch us we have no competition in this line I ask as a fnvor to those contemplating of buying anything in this to look ex- amine their get their Lowest then como to me and I will pledge myself to save yon 40 per on every dollar's worth yon buy of and will guarantee the article that you may purchase of mo to be as or money refunded. The value of these goods will he appreciated when once seen. For want of apace I can only quote a few of the many Bargains. Wo will cheerfully show yoii our goods whether you huy or not. DIAMONDS. Day. Solitaire and cluster diamond I from up to Ml GO. _ _ i _ t SAI.K OR KKS'f.-A STORK PnfBno PfinVntn t r1 on struct IIURF corner i h hlUN h street. J.iui.liii Too. J'rlce low. j UlWiVULW ic. tr DP Mil oiiOKfiK F. ALS-0 METALLIC fi OPKM DAY AND Sealed proposals for rmuoriaJs and a school in Scihonl Dlslrh-t. town of will ro- cuivea by cf Kducalion of liistrict for twenty from The find for art1 now theoOJt-rotiihep. the villiiw of whcro tho same fast .wn and ex- amfiuvl by any for the buiiding of said school Bnard of TniRtecsofsnid di-trit't reserve the re- ject auy or all Tly order of JiuAKi' op Knrr.mus. SHKP. X. Dec.W i Lots In Oak Kill Cemetery for Seston always on haiMl. Orders by telephone promptly attoiuled to. Bmbalraicg done if requested and satisfaction Varney n-1 G real arThe Eratn i For KHle or for valuable property fin'P N GENERAL TICKET l-a C'oitffrcss Rochester Tickets to All East and West. Tie Safest m tie and Sales staUe RELIABLE Inr.riuaijon. of call at or adtUess 13T MAIN STKKET gnlrtea or sleeping car berths can secured I roc. Agunls. HOTELS RIJNSWIC clly. Old aud experienced i r aiuUIo now make a study. Xfl uhnim TTrmTV.r-.dt- al Oi fl I. .0 fihowu. Eveirbcdy alike. io ulft'ert'uce to me whether E patron saint of market is OT provided First-Glass Main THOMAS SOODTO the flnest eluRle tnmoiits In tbo tftll hours to any respectable party creed- or USETHE TEEMS REASONABLE All Uio delicacies of tho soason. Riites for made known oa inquiry. THK FINEST CAFE EJ TKE OIL COUKTliY. cooking is under the pewmH raporvislon of the 147 U .Absolutely Safe. Impossible to drop tools while using Can jar both A. M. Tifil tlngiuc office. 115 Main street. Lock bor Residence 25 Fonnan y. split with Harris1 Patent Casing Sputter. I use the best casing cutters in the I have all necessary tools far removing torpedoed casing and keep for hire jacks and rings and wedges tor tnbing and casing. Ail prominent producers in the oil trade. 11-lQ-Sm Residence at New Jersey. Fourteen 125 trains commutation tencoiitn. MobL beauLiful suburb of New Yort city. House modern French sixteen large throe all broad piuzzfta on two large bow window extending roof on one imy window on opposite solid walnut door cases. French g'.ass single light wtntlows throughout Drst and second Washstandfi in marble alcoves throughout second floor. Hot and cold new largest etc. Five minutes from North Elizabeth depoU Taxes low. Tenna easy. Address 5-74 WILL F. F ine Sherry Wiaes Cherry Blackoeny S Diamond studs fvom up to Solitaro and cluster diamond rings in different styles of from up to GOLD WATCHES. 14k. pwt. stem winder watch with best nickle Howard ad- justed to cold und sold at executor's sale for 53 stem with best gilt Howard ad- justed to cold and sold An 73 3-4 pwt gold with an E. Howard regular price A Hue shell Mk 58 1-2 pwt gold with a latest improved W. Raymond for 14 and 18k gold with first-class Swiss from up to A great Howard stum winder patent regulator gold for sold at executor's sale for A. B. W. Raymond stem winder in solid gold worth Solid stem winder with and Springfield move- regular price Solid stein winder sold by other jewelers at Ladles' fine gold worth l j Elegantly engraved ladies gold regular price Elegant stem ladies' gold Ladies' winder and 3 falll j Elgin elsewhere for line Domestic Gins. Ladies 14k and 18k atem winder with and Tl i 1 U5 t ti .ILUJ. Tf liigiiu-LU U.L1U BaSS GuiBnCSS BrOWn B Springfield from to Eauck's Export Lager. M Special bargains given in silver and nickle A written guarantee is given with every watch sold as for quality and time. JEWELRY. Ladies' and gent'a eojid gold vest and long A fine assortment in finger vest and long ladies' etc. SILVER-PLATED WABE. Rogers' No. silver plated dozen. Rogers Bros.' best makes and latest designs in silver plated consisting of cake berry pickle individual napkin table and teaspoons sugar shells and butter knives which I will gusirantee that our prices will be lower than any other dealer in the city. In plush and leather goods I have a fine ctf autograplis. scrap toilet and perfume picture fan- cy china and etc. Musical internments and strings. Guns and revolvers. Clocks in gilt and 'guaranteed for time. Lamps at half-price. A few of those fine misfit overcoats left at one-third their value. Imported Jerseys at sold every- where for arc closing out the balance of our Russian circulars and Newmarkets at a sacrifice. Genuine oil paintings at half their A fine new bible for i ENGINES AND These phenomenal figures show how we stand with the the fact that we have now in the field proves tbafc tlw more the public haa of them the them. AB '85 fades into we feel we can afford to chuck a some dfiad survival of the fittest is exemplified in our cast. Any article sold on at lowest cash Whiskies-All the Celebrated Brands of Pure and Sour Mash Goods. Cigars-ley Havana and Domestic Cigars by the low prices. ROSENBERG'S A. M. W1I.LIAMS. H. R. Gols Co. NOB. 4 and 6 Chestnut St. 44 MAIN STREET. 44 loses Friday at Saturday at Sunset. Talleyrand's celebrated are intended to is excluded from our in faot we copper the ideal by w The main planks in our platform are Dural and Strength. We sell at low prices in strict proportion to the values given ant best ijnalitv with a roaaonablc being the true test of OTJR B3NQ-IN1 Never gave such genThe Eral satisfaction as it does each one containiict valuable C. M. Farrar's Patent Drainage Tbis cylinder works water as freely as steam and will not Palm's Celebrated Patent Annealed Ste Both rolls and slides and is the best link made. C.M. Farrafs The braaaea working on a true turned steel cyliodec will notot A Wrought Iron A. SOLID iPistoixi A Rotary Valve that is always wearing to a ground joint tighter as it wears. These engines will work off condensed water at almost any diaUnai for consuming less steam tban any while they wilh bull-wheel n and stick to it the tenacty of a or tubing are out. Their success lias made every connected wih then from the firm that manufactures them to those out in the field. OUR NEW 18-CARAT BOI With the monolith shell dwarfs all rivalry. Haviug no rivets below then cannot and as bui two have blown up out of the in use defiantly claim incomparable superiority to every other brand and state li ia siiuply nothing as a difference between ours ami a boiler Don't forget we get much closer to them than Try and see. __ They are made entirely from flange and fire-box few W large fire-boxes with with wide water spaces at the legs. They alwwtith 5 tban any boiler in our market. Our goes out morally and in wbeu asked fi engine and boiler. This is not a gust of wind blown in the face of purcta them to buy as most alleged are. It ia a responsible conbat ways be honored while there is a dollar in the treasury. TO Our winged stands ready to take the first train for any lease his scalp on the block if he cauuob make tlie machine give perfect quits. Ife has never left it yet. We trust these renowned goods in tMe custody of tlie nobleproilnccr forl of FOUR without the addenda of that perniciously parasitical compels the impecunious to pay for the use of money and while we makei and nngrammatical statement as He Pays the Frei Yet we invariubly liquidate with the bloated corporations wbofleduly it is the friction and d stance between the point of mJnnfactaK locdl maolnnery maaipnlated hy the horny hauled of Jl to ductivc ol the oleagmous fluid which so charmingly illurain Our machinery will bear an retmtation tar day junk shall have shot the chute of They Have No 'Mysteries' Tl always got freah points one in when purchase amounts to WRITE OR SHOUT YOUR 01 ON THE 'PHONE. WE ARE KEA ANY A MO- MENTS NOTICE. GK BA.YNE POWER 40 Main Street.   

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