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   Era, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               f I HE I. F. MORRIS C. Ji UNDERTAKERS. Wo keep a oompletettoakof the latest on euskcts. robes and bahiis. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call examine our Btock. Office No. 4 Boylsion Bradford city. Open day andntght. M'KEAN FRIDAY JANUARY 15 1886. NO. 82. N A KAU-- n it KuiUv.ty Syii- m A h 1 Duvitt s 1 mu m from Iws rev ived ing to 135 litf j that tlw f a vast rail .vny niul telegraph Ho aaid to out some enterprising Ku- ibu walk of putting into opThe Eration. Jjut exponent's of io pt ihs prtCtULQiis honor ftimouuuiiii' the murder wrriygeoi' M. JJer- c'.oi the arc supplemented evening papers by surges- i't- opportunities o flu red BS by the style of tho carnages railway. The supe- tlie American railway in this TniUlKLL TELEPHONE. I'lic to Tost the Validity PuUut in the Jan. 14. Secretary to-day sent to the Acting Attorney- Goorte hia views nnd in tho telephone growing ont of the tu allow legal proceedings to bo instituted in the coarte in the name of Urn yovcrnment to-annul the Bell Telephone imteiH. Tito Secretary takes strong in favor ol' thorough judicial t ion of iho validity of the Bell patent. Secreiiu-y Lumar closes hia communication as ia manifest that a de- cision upou the controversy its to the merits of the patent is not embraced within the terms nf your request. The issue before me lies outside tho ultimate merits of the case ns a subject of jndieiul investigation. As to what the final judg- ment should he I have not ielt ualled'upon to aud if I had Ibrmetixl would uoL express an opinion- Tho is whether enough baa been shown upon the hearing to refer the submission of the matter to the court at the instance of the government. The proof adduced in sup- port and defense is very voluminous c FOR WASHINGTON LAND. A GOLDEN HARVEST REAL Kb- TATKOWNKKS. Made wf Asmtlit-r Little Stutus of the Kffiiiml The Out- look lit the California Vetroluum Ficlil. f Special dlsjmich to THKEf.A.l Pa Jan. The last LEO XIII. DECREES Tliat During the Year 18SG a Jubilee llelti Throughout tho Wholo MdM Juu. Leo XIII. has addressed a letter to nil the arch bishops find other lucal ordinaries who have the favor nnd communion of the Apostolic a copy of which has 'been scut to Baltimore and will be published ia to-morrow's issue BUFFALO'S NEW FUEL. NEW COTIPOK POSE TO DO. N PRO- Wlio Comiioso tlie M nf EnterprlHiD tor City and Tlutt Will Arttl largely UH gauge t.nken on Urn Smith gusher showed of the Catholic The Pops decrees conceded by a prac ion having ulVordrd Spioir genThe Eral vise of American Urns. M. wus a mast brutal une. lUd smashed almost to u pulp by .ltar.t weapon. The fact that the bandaged would to irnli- sevThe Erai p'Taons implicated assault timt the uufortuiwte completely overpow- beinir afu-rward rnui- L Aa ike corpse was on the jBof it is that to remove all evi-1 thai the well vraa producing itt thu rate of bands. Keal t-stuie ovvoerH have reaped a golden harvest Frank Coast has leased fievcGty-fivc acred from W. Smith at per acre and the eighth 'iiht also from Frank Ctuup- of acres 1'runi the Tuyiur turru at per acre unit the eighth. Crocker Dcuiu leused seventy acrts from the Citinerou farm fur Uionstvnd dollars und tbe eighth thai during the year 1336 a jubilee he held throughout tho whole like unto tbe two extraordinary jubilees held since his accession to tlie clmir oi Saint thy last one be.iag in 187U. Hia in ox plaining the reason nnd for the jubilee onr lust how necesyary it fthoukl bo mouUird on Cbri.st- triHh and principles so no-.r it may bo ''The Buffalo Gas eaid Charles W. attorney of the to a bo aimply a flistribuLiQg company- We shall lake the gas from a company tliat will bring it to our doora by nicuus of a pipy line. I took upon it Uri the greatest and beat stroke WA'KKB FA31INE IN CLEVELAND. Uiwii of thu Wator Leaves tho City UujjiipiiHail. Jan. face of Su- perintendent of the -water MEETING OF GAUGERS. THE FIRST OF THE KIND KVKK AT- TEMPTED. TABPOUT. works wore a look of anxiety of interest to the Bold Protlncer improving. yesterday. are pumping over Since odllnna nrntur- n _. I and irnno d A Wedding Out of and Gciicrnl. The health of our esteemed H. G. we are pleased to yoaterday. are pumping over OOO.UGO Callous oi water a ho while the avThe Eras-c daily uge is about or gallons. Ifore ia a Since Die thermometer has struck zero gone down deeper gossiping parties have frozen up. Luder date of December 16th last Mr. I' Mrs. who has becu ve for T_ __ _ fe daily waste of over gallons of Uf the United Pipe Lines division of tlw water per day. It must either be stopped National Transit Company sent the follow- w. J. AasistaatSuperintendent three weeks at her Sirs. not yet out of danger. Sleighing could not bo and it in tbe with more than y conflicting in maoy rudpeuU. It lu- volvea great scienliiic research und and perhapn some intricate legal questions. Tho allegations and umdavits the circumstances the issue ol' the patent ni'e ot1 such a nature and have sucli u support m rentier it in my opinion im- proper to igimve or diaruiss theru. Sucii a Is presented as .t to un- dergo thorough jadiciiil It appears that many nuils have peuding and many are now pending before cor- this it. In uonts uf oases royally. lu-cluy looal-etlouu each cu the Albuvt Sinilb autl J. Cameroji on the Kurtx Munee two on tlio un J.is Tho reported yiitgtiiu strike at vtdl prnvftj to be a easily perceived clusely it agiees tiur in that letter IQ every possible way to urge all men for- iu tbepractioo virtues or to brioy them back f.n the same. A Mate IH Htich a-s ibo 'mauuerd of its pooplu make it imd ifbt HH the excellence 01' u shi or on .Israel Weirich put out barrels tlie x pumping two barrels per upon the of cwli of ita parts and of tbr fit ditpoHiUoiL of those even so t-ourrfu of public in u naiinn ran neither run Ihe road nor uninterruptedly unless follow the rulu of life. The orderly government of n wtll as make up pnhlic all those coDiiilions wli it depends on to create or to public Men stniua ou the impress of their pri- lives. In tliat uur penetrate deeply into the minds is muni liki-ly to bo panv ItiultM next week and arcs denouement. iog authentic learned as to look place at today's conference bc- i Mr. 1-ord liiponT Earl other LibThe Eral Udders. There however j on plan of action bis been able unanimous support ig the LUjThe EraV. in freaks of idiotiy. ed '0 tJi11- fiirnilj' natluM1- i i liien lift seclndiMl himself in of Now h'j utt'ty to seo ihu luce of any ao briuy. will even give il onk-rs to his attendants. He by ineann of tititt the itiplics also hn tiuit the services demanded be perfonaed invisibly. His meals he be left in nn fruin wliich fjveri' person t retire hi'iore the enters. .U itisligau-d aud carried ou by the jjSOveniMjont iUeif. In involving Aiich it to be inipi-nuivc tiie uovernmerit n datv fcj io own ofliceis to vindiralc or ami duly to tlw people io ou and Uillow up complete in my opinioLi tho proceeding should in the MHt'L'i Kiid wholly by iho not tbu relation or fur the benefit of fill or .iiiv of thu bul- in tlie interest of Ihe government and people nnd -lie expanse and under and t-ontrnl of tho I think it shmiiil he iiisliluuul pJUit and iu Ktit-h con it will best thu pur- posa orpiiblicPoijv'L-nioiiCCund hill a proceeding fo LMinlucted as I comport the dignity of the and the gravity ot1 tho subject aud will ensure u lina1. and just unjndiru- of the incrils ot the NOTKS. Jt Is slated ul the lixecutivo Mansion thai thu not received from the SajuUr or any Senate or Senator n formal demand. or The hour. he i- 1C A ISjiOClal in Chapmun j I i i u. ..i i ii v Christians in private Dt a notwilh- v in stundiiiK the report that it- in u duHt.r. so Viwcitul by nature. Very hulo coulidenCD p Bcert in re- sUH tj.r vcr rfom poit owmg to tuu fact that the aineii see niml- bus been BtreiiRthencd iu number hoLrotlcn the oonHittt of more care exercised that no one come. diu rurthtr in tLio ull of enterprise that BnlTtfio has enjoyed for i do not inlvud Lu supply gas for ig bnt simply for for healing aud cooking purposes.K L'0un company supply the gats cheaply euongh to onnneto with the uoal uud wood interests VM we eouhl uot we would not be en- jinked in the onturprise. That is just whure the puiiU lies. We will be a strong taxed to our capioify. Last night to Iho gangers of the Bradford the I AlleSftQy be of all ot'Edward's fioe turnouts. Rev. S. R. Adams with of the gamers of the Bradford and AllPBauv dia- will be followed he protected of tncts for consuHaUon and to wo Started another pnmp and it is nil tho tncts for consuHaUon and to discuss matters which more will be t-aid in the more wui iw MMU in uw competitor oT you anticipate any oppositiou ou the of local companies of and wluit importauij that tiny may rcgtvliite the daily actions of wa havo to make every In induce I hem to think ns to live bfcco wiihiu a certain distauce of it. body is ou ihu rirc and the excitement increases. It id the opinion of mnuy that thu well oi- will ft deliuitcly bo suid present. woV We doii't com- pete with or iatyrferu with thorn iu yon think the Aldermen or Mayor will interpose nay objection io grunting the mayer of the petk'iou of tbe compnuy to lay pip'.'H in the streets tir. The petition was senh to the Comuion Council Monday nmi lo the Committee OQ Streets. Iv-j'-n-e it ia acted uiion wo propose to invite thorn and interosit'd lo ihe wiv in four engines cau do to keep up with the demand. Tho south wind has Mown Che water in tho so the ppeed of the engines can not be increased to advantage. It is a serious matter when you understand that every drop of water that can by any means he drawn from tue Jake is being water has been turned completely off aud tbe city is now without a. drop. How long it will remain so can- not til present be ascertained. The watnr works employes are trying every remedy the gauging department of tho linen. are some ol'tiic mutters that willbc linncrht befure the niul you urc re- to think over them in advance so ilmt a n full and profitable discussion may be had. The committee chosen at the regu- lar meeting of CDMCD nose lo curry out the programme for their fifth annual masquThe Erade composed of O. F. ________ ami thermometers. 'T- L- Morgan and John Arc those at present in use smlsfuctory. What on Tnesdav nignt and de- In yourjiidtrmcut.be made in cided to bold their grand masque ball in. GAUGEKS' TOOLS. of TASKS. the opThe Era honw on Feb. 9th. is your experience with tho different I committee will soon issue their invi- slop cockii and Where oueht the tank taltona and posters will be scut out Ton.he How can honp driving bomust through the field. H 1 4. m readily seen'.' Are coTiucctious always placed in best position mid are they unifoiraly ten inches from the What do you suggest as known to get the needlo ice oi' the to proper housing or covering of slaud pipe. Hundreds of families have STKAMI.XG. been carrying water I'rora the luke nad in your is the btst war of Another of our young men in town who become frightened that his name would be enrolled ou the bachelor Hat. uud t f t- river since mshtrall in tubs and heating oil mid how avoided1.1 What is experience with the ire- ss for tio Th f. contracting partien were Charles JI. Staigcr and Miss Jennie their machinery and steam heaters sup- 8. is it safe to have in a taut when turned on plied. When interviowed this evening expressed u luar that LINES. toy _ Mr. Ben Stnigcr aud Mr. .Tamos Kearney acting its I _ __ T ftm rtrtl tt What is tho genThe Eral condition of leail lines while Misses Nellie Sherman niitlung conld be cloue until the weather loaned to Do you ever walkovr nnr1 T u nnrlftMfml these Are tho run HneR in vmir dlstt-rt in aun Anhie acted as bridesmaids. motloratetl. which il is being nycd at Jamestown or soiae oihur point where it in use. I do not think the Mayor or Alder- men would care to express an opinion or pass upon this subjoct-at all until they hnvo posted themselves sw to its utility aud aud s through tlie nctious of foible pre- The popular me sadly corrupt by the influence uf tbo very worst examlt'tf. There are criminal i Jan. 14. the refined iirket does as well during tho balance of the year us it- hu-i during tho week under tlion exporters will find that their foreign ivsidc has grown to unusually Intgo proportions. A.S coin pared with tho open- ing of IHSo the and for tho wcok show a and mi- looked for iucrcaie. Trade iu barrels has ruled above the avThe Erae. Tbe urea lent im- whn an niiuuvnl or or to oilice aud hay not sttdod he would take upon such request or uf has writttMi GiflVu's plan of iaiul in by Invp'jiial actual culli- the of thu f should IK fci..-tlUd hy -ration v'Afly of labm-pvs who 1 for mtuiy va-ro Vnv latk uV food I inoval with thu thai the uoniiua- town P. of the uuuionuder ihe tiuUiuriiv vcs Tlie huartsorilqv.irtment3 auth'jrixfcd to ratura iho cir- received hy ihtni from with reply tliottliey rectivtcl no tVoni t Lie to the hy tnuny Stnfilors thnt if uconiriparity nomina- Uon madu to SUi a vacancy c.uisud by a ie- provctuent is in the luovcmcnt ot caaos. Tbe stiles of harrclleil oil will roacii fully The market remains Jirm and unaltered fit here tor 70 Abel test ami at the outports Philadelphia and liuUimote. Cuaeg which arc in sooil request arc o lower at as lo hrtind. The yaloH ol'ths week will cases. George IT. Lincbln's monthly circular sliows that the of United States during uiurkets wore ynuak tor that are thoroughly skilled in the of the most artifices and which themselves npon the people lahor- by inig'nt nud lo turn men rom jifTioriuaDCu of the nmst duties aud the knnwledgo and uf thn Chribtinii faith. With tlH'se evils pressing upon us from all sides and whit'.li their reuiiers more o uns bnnml to uao every nitiiius that ntVoru uveu a hope of Lhe mischief For this purpu-o and with this wt proclaim this lunitv to jud.t'ii of ilsi uiyivc thciu that oppor- SL'ICIDE JN A The Myrttnry of a unco Solved. DLsiiatch to Jan. Friday even- ing last Charles a middle-nged left hw boarding house never to return. wn for him hut made lot bim but iheae Are tho run lines in your district in r gfxxl oulcrt Do you as usual walk these lines Alter the nuptial knot was tied the wed- ding party were driven to Ouster whence they returned to the home of the where they h wel- comed hy a house full of invited The presents were as Mr. and rs. NAV. elegant of twelve pieces. Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Snmlv Lake. solid silver cake bfiskot. V. E. llryantp an alter Liirningoua Do you ever give any iiacntioiuoilic conrlltion of main or lines lying in your bnt not used by HUM TICKXTd. What difticulties do you have in getting How arc your runs sent in to the Can you suggest any way by which you can gel them Iu Upon receipt of notice to attend a gangers1 meeting notice will be sent you one week I wish you to arrange to put your iu jjoorl shape so that your absence of one wm Iq interfere with your Air. iu the uoursii of a ienKt1iy no trace could be found. It was supposed 'iutics Iu the Held. stated that the company liw lisid iniased his way and porUhed tho The meeting was au experiment aud it tea set and Mrs F F Brvnc- n a ftud while entirely separate from the com- pany owning the yfia inrntory whence the supply of gas Iw hnve inter- ests iu common. It1 the New Ynrfc Ponn- wylvnuia Company did not tmve confidence in the success of the scheme and conlidcnco that the gas could Vis pumped bore as well mi that ibo supply inexhsmst- they would not iuvest iicurly or quite a million from St-nuto. Jan. M silver raa through thn fSenjite ia it.. The looul cornpuisv and Sir. Dmiel of the SMindunl Oil I -r -r m HH r w f m m ViV m A GDOVV storm then rafting. This afternoon was Loped that the result would be proljta- P Mr Yonng deterniiowl to make a search blc to the company and of assistance lo the among tLe empty freight MLsaiid found ia of whom there are seventy-seven a cattle car the lifeless remains of the miss- in the districts mentioned. Tho date was J- N- inu man hung by Die neck with a piece of for and at 10 a. ra. there rope from an irou red across the roof of thu a full representation in the Producers1 Ex- Tbe body has beeu hanging eix days the company's building having no and was frozen In the pockets were room suitable for such a large Mr. Homer china tea Mrs. Ranhol cm glass bottles. Mrs. Homer Spoon. nnd J. T. sot silver found .-iSS. a silver wat-eU and n few trin- It was the first time all the gaugThe Era were but no line explaining the rash ever brought tether. Is the aud the directors thread which h uver f-iiu'e the session opened was not lost sijrht of to-day. Senator Beck the at ihe earliest oppor- to i c us iiiows. lw litres fjnity by stating he had received r tk-uiandcd tlin Irtr in the Kxeeniive by secliun of the re- Ihc Henate cuunot expect n ruiihfry ii their anythiny furtijer. This action The jj'ior jjuardianft n- 1 the rrcsidont to make chants Japan....... is U'-V.'.1 total for year 10 ist.frtt crease uvur According to annual circular of ssid- Kuhcock there were s from New York to all countries us compared with eases i that Jljfty hmi authority to jj aud that all Ihe mone ncoded to the Tim liiitu War. SEW .Inn. F. JVol wouhl no of thu 'yetiKcr at Mr. Fink's bad liMsn Jfe stated Imd t-fillc'd. Nothing l.as hv other lintn to nnwt- Lhn orw Ohio irisniiicl J.ackau'aijiiu hecoriiiru' j uf II j isn Wall smut this n for nubiu- ji-iod. The receipts Iho Poslufiieii lor ube .-ix months tTidiny hist .UL ovt-r siiths al'lSS-l of malk-r was Jliti the CAMFOKNIAS PBTKOI.EI'JI Tbe trade ilonc in ihiy particular depart- ItHTCaso ou second bui this was y t ho ol iu otln r of Tho lo'ftl value of oxjr-ris of principal provisions such beef dairy products rbr niht r oh uumhor of petitioud ia utvor cl aau. of tho silver cuiuagd but liad returnod in- hto.id of he be- lieved UHMU lu bs rrsnit of a circular issued by New York bodied the cmaLi-'Ui of popular sentiincnl Ihe Thu Senator read one circulars. jt to write a personal rlisic him to Vaiu i'mm placing oxtreme silver mcu ou include 0- G. George B. P. George F. Southard. C. W. Goodyear and John The latter in secre- tary of the corporation. Mr. Goodyt-ar Rtated tho company -.vonld yivo bonds to replace tbepavomeuts torn up to lay llu was si cooper aud bad worked in Corry four years. A Curd to tbe Citizens uf Having for muuy years been residents of the we need no introduction to most of and having many friends among you we- trust our new veaturb will make ns still many more friends and no enemies. Mr. Alexander called the meeting to W. T. Scheide acttd as chairman and II. G. Morrow as secretaiy. Following is a full list of those W. T. GenThe Eral Manager. Vice-President U. L. div- Miss Mary Mr. George Loilot Miss Kate MJtyinit Mr. and Porry malolii-a puchcr and ealt Mr. Chet Jrorfrun. Mr. and Mrs. J. solid silver t f M j-s Hauic Tuster cut gloss syrup Mr. and Mrs. W. napkins. Mr. and Kred sot silver knives. clcgraut bronze National Transit A. Sinedley. s-L A SHnibrd W J L. A. W. J. nnd uuarnnlee to relay the same and put the struoU in condition they find them. I To U t'-oulideni- Hint the use oi nat- ural will add largt-ly to the prosperity of the As has bucn stated in these colutnna James If. B. H. G. wo have purchased the insurance business from the Bradford office. The parly broke leaving the newly wedded pair their best wishes and the groom master of his own formerly coudnctcd by IT. and we now COIHG to yon as the ouly strictl William Oil assistant Superintendent. One he imci we nowcomo to yon asuie oniy strictly Superintendent. pedacoisucWillie Jl resident insurance agency in the tire both residents of we own C- right- now I wunt property iu the city and by onr taxes Oearr. Tullv O. FT- vnn f n of ihtso It its U-Lltr rt a year if we supply him with lie would consume wrath the reporter. IH property iu the city and help by our taxes Tally C. 4 for he is a smoll QD iniiniiy I toinul that he usi-d only of coal por linnjioniy and ciMiveuieuce arc the we Ciia advance far its There is no more lander iu its use than from ordinary uas in to hear its this ia our all Four H. L. our interests are tuid wo propose as j. c. W. F. in every way possible to work iViv the beat interests of onr city and its inhabitants. Wo represent and D. D. and W. P. city. John Hue of companies in the the Fred Kreimer. 4.I4lllL now you to define the Willie gives it up. l'Xow try and you must surely know what that word meaua. I am a pedagogue.JJ Willie si-ill gives it but little Clar- uot a usually bright raisw bvory day use. Oilier are tbe Cninnsii Committee of the aud i tu wrilo enuer Iu use it. I think there is uo ques- tion of its snccerw. We shall active operutions us soon na tho peLition is favorably acted Uecker was but was uiipre- tatlh v.onlil it f-PinA Jan. to SKI. vuiiits ol to Thti tn i-i-2 in thuir The IHtt an. Dint thai i opeaed by Ihe lijuprior in person. of business the pist twelve months has been an increase over fomiei and iu no other branch are thu better for a still further t'ne San Francisco AHa. Tbe details thu business cauiiot be the exact importations or the local bnt in gimThe Eral terms it may be stated tbnt tho total consumption in on the coast about or uf live mtlloua itteh The trade is under control of the Pacific CoMt Oil though ihticare a doxftn or ir.orc other in iL opThe Erate and sii rieiifitor Tt-ilor iwuln'aua oi letters to pared express an as be biul not companies who carried Bradford risks when s. D. his right snaps his ami others refused and did not wait to have p. John gives the teacher to understand lie Thos. Derrick Thos. knows the meaning of the word. P. Duke Johu you show I'm V m I M. d nnd did not wait it demonstrated that bud a and permanent and a thorougb nf our busings we are prepared Slalti tu furnish the Iwst protection to our cus- C. Gill- 1 gopue toiueis. Font Willie that jon rjlll- 1 17 define T Dan Hiii M 1 it means old ii we should make any money out OJ the F. A. R. premiums you pay us it. will none of it go K. Big will now turn to our to Oloanf Oil City or Geo. Bab- arithmetic lesson. snspenaoa o a a the The yreat tlrj tmpoilatiijijd from the cMii'i through Continental Oil Cnm- aUhough individual ship- the Govt-rnnr of its re present a- tivt-fi in nu -mb nf tho SQn.it ft lo resist iiinsi whiuh ainM at the Mr. Maxoy foUcnsLMl on iho Kuue After nn fhibonito review of onr fm.iudut onr t-tVorls to an inlernatiunnl bi-int-faHic ifr. tho belief that 1 tinkering with mouetnry a flairs had been the ha no thepresfini-couinry. As to our. of other In reard to the of occasionally causes explosions and it is sp.id that these only I the not even Laving i any other outside but will all go to S. John De- reart the petition on ucconut of the pressure j our own and thus by patron- Four C.T. Clarks- ns you patronise a purely home K. B. yon receive the strongest protec- R S. D. and wo think you find us agree- Geo. Peek's able to deal with. Trusting that pleasant relations may between we Yours 3Hm C. P. CODY Buo. occnr in the where the comes throuh fissuws of the rock. TUo o there is not froiii the hut from belr.w the earth. Xo anch dunyer Iiere. Joseph George B. took in CT tor it Vuturo. Young a gentleman in the who wishes to see you Jumvr wbo it Young must forgive GKT one quick. MAUKS Buos.1 Ouu Rert Letter prices are bard to yet Letter overcoatd aru sell ing fast. do both bv rail anil yen. Thu trade in eosil t lull and v.ith in t .'i IM in cs sun 1 j- m 'ilf Ju in II. n n t- von-vl up n io ri inr 'trsol' tn till -.1 by of J iiiL-ir from hu i at Live o tb pjitroltiuin i ratio Lo CslHbrnirUid is the growth uf tliu IKHUM ii witlun ten Ihai ati'l havn U'JlUK til Mr. tu in it' nKiintaitH'd it ha tint there ever was any to the Uuitocl Slulw hud nil lliu ynid tvor coined they would not. havi- umMMlf unoimh tn tlm debt. Aiuch hud btvi ubout ilie Thtiie was but. one honest dollar ami ihut wns ilia doUar of and still harder to beat. -17 Main. A Now Way to ray iSLANP Jan- M ic O'Dou- uell sued William proprietor of tho Continental saloon nt thu corner of Ontario and Michigan far sad to be due for work ami hibar. was heard by Justice Ryan some queer facts wern brought to nrcHented which showed Any sim.llcr dollar was an iinnstitx- to tlie th it ativ larger was au in wm to id not huvcuuy claim to him. Jnsiice Kyan examined them tuui Lvnnanro tl'.at ilio priiidil ol her labor c.i.mrry v.'i.Vi t'icir r-.-latiDiis Au n vd in ii e ti i _ 1 IH the of I T I- -Inancl 1 K. v L i who dtcUs I 'rcsn-l uf ui been iti ainl Liwcr o'.' was founO ul .-vii-iiii-r. hail t .Hfl heavily f-r to hear in dt-u 'Jditbriiiii fnr of ibis bnt _ thai Hi Obs whicii in tin will supply the IUKHU countries of tuo a T i j Asm ami Auslnaliu us The hrtsenl luu.d which now nnioiuits barrels ot crndo uil per irf m Angles stud Ventura though in iitlior U'JUiUicH t-heru urc n low light- lo llowiny f loftd prospects hsivo lately UmL fiUfid in ijikcund othi.r and it seoin mor.lh that in an nluiost limiilosK Ji-jJd f-ji like Ib e ii y of thoui t bocu nf u raihor nivruiv. bLMnil nnd t-ho fl Pui for Criininnl J.lbul. N. Jan. i-I. Nelson I.-. proprietor of u skating waste- day urrest.'jj nil a charge of criminal Hbtl Uic of Wm. H. proprie- tor of a The itllt-'god of- J. bat that cough of yours has worried F. Oil Wm- M. me so of and yon take such poor care Thop. R. A. L. of your yon don't know Indian C. bow anxious I've il I David Oil A. A- McLanef were to loso mv Oil M. IT. Wolf into Daniel Oil C. H. Gen- tonr. Yon r fond- ness for me bas foolish and nn- Duke necessary I'm all you mustn't R. B. J. B. be alarmed. But I'll see the of Wolf Charles R. James just to satisfy you. I- it Doctor Four E. JL. Wolf J. J. i i i n i OH tense counted in diaplayiiifs upon a ba.lc- 0. T. skating rink picUm-s aud jofill S. G. Messcri inscriptions Kcclb claims wore rlGfnniatnrv of Tuck was held in Young it ia a Siimnel Stil- it's lite iasuianoe furuiarly 2 Congress Thouias M. street. Pino watcher and jowi-by. Roberift _ Indian A. IV b-ui to sipppnr the Grand Gm x. Wolf J. T. Juiy. orUinviI lowest f-i j 3 in of liquors a J station-ify nirti Oil silvi-r a and w.iual il injury uptiii 'At-'tbo uf Mr. s re- marks iuTiui irv salary bill was llpt rf-tiAti'. iM1 seeUoji-i uf thu was tin bill provide tliat no pcrnou rcl.'i'od th I dttutk u dfwc ut und ait the and was fuiuid A X. .Uui. If'.- u wife uml thrte o th o .liter tliw ol M Dettciivos Amos the employ mcnt of capital uud lubor in the future ia the -luulu. The Pad iu Oil Company ha.s the works on tho aud iiidtf uil iji n works on tho nil i ho f liwt cou-iin to a of llu- hy fruch iu who hohlri such o in oflicn iifi.cr from ihe the ou Lhc take out of thu now in of- t'ur hour tlm us und the hrendl'in conHinilrd an for wlueh .Juslioe Krnn the opinion il''U kind of ncit h-s iu bis and rouikrrtjd in lull fur Petrol P. TL Big John A. John A. Indian U- If- Robert Wolf John R. C J. Allen- P. J- 77 jr.iin Pa. -This Silver you lut me take 4I2i silver dollav few wuut to claridate thia silver qinsstion lo a I T'O ev.nt ior our specialty tbe foreign and in etill John Brad- ford D. La- J. 1J. .1. T. A. H. Babciit'k. Tlio the timo from 10 by foi- ot ea carry iti io sell in or out uf r a. m. to p in discassiug the topics Mr i ture but rp willing ni-i-Ic in th-j fu- it wiuhl work are siltKilctl in are in ovciy rewpccU hnvc been run day fur tue y arid every liavo 1 rciulily It- a the unulo here arrived hero S.in Feruanuo of cilice moved to striko nut that Mr. isppos'jd tho bill. Ii' as tu he it objocf-innabU1 to cuu- nRuUisin thai cxisltid. anv iiJlVr un ulil goods uL low nrices. Six ViNtrs aud a Huni Ijiibor. iltlJi. 1 was tried Lo-tliiy Thayur on tivj clhirue of witli intuntlo kill biisi- iJL-s-i of Uu1 Xov. gniUy to u Mmpk1 bv the circular. There was free of and of viUunblfi to ull were out raciticul -who arc brought etockt thftt wo nuif themort voceiveci- A. 3 Mninetreet. 'o. 2. cannot bnt prove nuUually bsn- t'licial lo employee and patrons. Towx Bnos.1 Jted Letter Sale and tlieir many IMU on 21 wit'a- and he Jnn. L wiv-td of the S'-ioi Arrived this mormag. Amnng the ._ 1 1 _ i t WK f i Until receui'.y he wns editor any of Mnt Loa An ye lea ftbd in j by Uiose KdinnLul- his awn ai r h-- s u'itli jiicl win had appninlo 1 tiven in ofti did forget eons afirt kiii-itut-n of Mtiiintnrs themselves und nf nf had been employed MfteDf Vis mocrr.t of this cU-v. O A at RocKWBl.r.'s treet. ISrllHi gwen 10 ciibia wc-re the bc-ys wbo hi AI. Puoieo large wc-ro jn gnod health. _ _ 11 i THE children cry iar MARKS EROS. Letter Sale now ou. 'bar ins nuw Lwtul.y-oay in lonr of'wbich are in Santa Crux. Other com- parties also nt woik and iu wtru l-iie KuwnrK pamta trealmeut with I bve bften ancccaM'nl iu and 1'iiris. Tho pariy were wet the production this year will be very mucb uumber of friends from greater than in 18S-'--. On BKXEWAi.ns1 original low priced lower so-called rednctioas and auctions. No old stock. nls. this n.'form 1 uoiiLiniited Mr. p'titure pni'iLy and and hiid si'nt I ti public to the Senate thft nbuiiualirm of a tutlier son to to the s-imo place tn exercise functions of two one under Iho Cook examined and cle- litiktl the uf t-iMs u-i-nnli. pLMiii dofend- ant then lold an iruredihla when Thayer the jury thfit if story Lnm t Intro nut filightfst jiHtifurfcliiiii fui his Tlio jury the p'.isuuiM1 wilhuul U-uv- Wilts tl'.o Kcnteiicrd IMIU to ypyrs and six monih-a in the al h 1.0 an canvass leal Option Tho SUitfor have rt'iuovcfl UvjEroHlce to tha cornur of Main and Kennedy at reel H. Cull nnd s Ihc T. and IL A. Ninv Sint-r uu oil and neti- for all of can Alter Tun-her the amendment of lie- President's of tho cabinet by this .Secretaries i vfiw a brilliant I .Tun. in the Juu. P. Advertiaing anuunaccs new prices. GBBKSB mutch at Lho end ol to-dny'H wulk Jan. Thl5 wctlfmenure dc- at is heavy out Keceivcd with Jim. Sher- mnn wiuj received with speciul houo-s by the legislature this eveaiuR autl wado ft brief speech. Mr Eflmunds was to. At p. nu with the bill still pending Iscnv id tha tiwu of all at our reihicetl priCL-s- RtiL Letter Sale. Omvtiii Gnlntc Kuropt1 PiiiLAnEM'HtA. Jriih 1-1. ot'tlui Reading Compuny. is gtttng to Kurupe iu a few wcekd io raise the on his collatThe Eral trust KKID with it ia proposed tu plnce the company on the nli road to prosperty. vripit is understood that pledges for fnads were secured from a num- ber oi Germau ami Knglisb capitalisis on tho ailiournud until Monday condition that he became again the head of the corporation. This condition having Tins LS All goods at. MAHKS Jled letter S twenty per lower than elsewhere or money refunded. affairs. If they fail to an assigumeut will be Hubbard sayathencw ftrtu of K. .V. Hubbard is not affected by liabilitits. pe GOLDEN1 RUSSET purest and Endorsed by epi- MARKS Ked Letter Sale. M A RK.3 EitQ3.' Rf d L-stter Sulj formerly 2 Cougress Fine watches and jewelry. ciuoa. Lesseps es- been lultilled he proposes ta call ou the foreiners to make their promiHW j to nttaain Iwft weeks in for which place he is to start on the 23ih in.u. declares that the task of con- structing thu Panama cnn.il U fur easier than the work oa the Suez canal aud thtvt it will bo completed by the fend of j8S3.' No OLD alouk at BUSINESS place for sule at Pa. A brick building StixGO situ- ated iu the village of Kane. First floor store room with CiOnaLfrs r.uc'i wbclves com- fitcond story oiUce and and third'lioor hall. Thia ia one oi'tbe btst locations town and is particularly fitted for dry goods and notions. Any person wishing to buy present stock with build- ing can have possession at otherwise possession will be given 18S6. j Call an nr fuldreas me at t'.i. 4-2w JOSHUA DAVIS. The Singer Mnmt- cornet1 JEain aud Kcu- door to Sterfurt'd jcw- YORK Bohemian export beer in bottles for i'amily iise per dozen. Option Jiou.se. EtKjtiirer What i.s tho lueaning of a Letter It means a reduction iti all goods and that reduced price marked in Red. MAHKS Euoa are the only oues conducting auch a pale iu this city aud their many patrons aro not alow iu taking advantage of their libThe Eral allowances. I'a. Keport of mar department month ending December Kcholara perfect in Vcrlie Cora CHjorgo I'anl George Wiliie Grace Saudboru aud Bcnuio Tbompsou. Tardy bub uot Heulah .Tunio Eddio Harry Dobie. Eddie Arthur Den Arthur Fred Lizzie Lenora Fitz- Maud George Lizzie ami 3Eary Williamson. L. BELLE Teacher. one. but I have not got A J lURybonbill will I haven't a Thai's awkward. mnyhe I can muko a hnlf do and you can imutl me the rest Chicago Now is tbft time to buy reduced prices. MARKS 47 Matrimonial Philosophy. why don't yon come and sit by mc'and falk in me aa you used You are not a bit nice any do you ae6 fellow running to oatch that street He is all out of aud ami when be catches tbe he will sit down perfr-cLly contented and not have a word to BAUER resident insni- ancc Prodncers' Exchaugo build- Pa. Tbe only insurance agency writing all their own policies at their office. They represent the oldest- aud largest companies iu the United THREE or A Red Letter prices. MARKS -17 Are Yon Tired John's Vnrc Clam Jnicc in aus. For Haiti ouly at tho Option Wliai Caplial said Mr. Faopcl to and you learn anything at school l4Oh vcas the reply. I'll ask you a few questions and see. For what is capital punish- ment m the sir.1' you siro learning I and the examination HThe Erald. States. No policy fees. 11-30-tf To It May Concern. We have appointed W. C. McBiide sole ageufc for McKean county for our cele- brated ale. Parties desiring any of our brands may obtain the same prices from him as at our N. Y. Important1 Notice. A number of my customers have unset- tled accounts ou my which I cannot afford to carry. I com- pelled to insist that these accounts must be settled on or before the first of Febru- ary. All bills unpaid by tbnt time will be placed in the hands of my attorney for collection. I will have to adopt this coorae iu all aud ..delinquents will therefore wave costc if they'-will'. call and see me be- fore that time. 8-Gt G. Merchant Tailor. EVERYONE did yon get that See Bradford Coal Co.'s ad. W. formerly 2 Congress street. Fine watches and jewelry. Roberta No. 77 Main Pu. rrotitlng by tho Lenson. paid Robinson that I owed him this aad he said he had forgotten nil about U. It haa taught me a lesson I shall remember. lesson has H taught Burnley to pay money that I owe until 1'ia asked for i Notice. Our Silurian the great health IB handled oaly by cur eole McBrida. 13BKWINQ N. YM July W. ATTEND the great auction of. clolh- furniBhing at No. 46 Main street. The finest and best selected stock In tlie city to be closed out regardless of cost. Call and get goods at your own prices. 11. H. H. 4G Main St. Auctioneer. o-tf July 1 Red letter ditto. I K M f i 8H1   

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