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   Era, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               C. J. LINE stock. Offlcei F. G. J. UNDERTAKERS. Wokcepacompletoftockoftho BtvlM ofjt coflius. robes and habits. ScUsmetioDjt pnamnlecd. Call and examine our Block. Office 4 Houston Bradford city. Open day and night. M'KEAN MONDAY JANUARY 18. 1886. NO. 84. HUSBAND. TO CAP bX I.-SCT MAX A 1'EU- Man 10 of P-suI Habits. Also Inn-Thi- Ill-lit Kind I'lVis iu Silken Ilonil- El jChwwofa -The to- il Tabernacle the second Of sermons on Marriage spoken hsL Sunday on HiV be to-day preached of a The the sounia in C minor included that praise. text from Ruth it ye may find each of her tbeclo- ul the probability is that mitbiou but a funThe Eral relieve Divorce coses in court may interest the but the love letters of a married couple are reartiujs except for Lhoso who write them. Pray God that you bo delivered from irrevocable mistake I Avoid n Ainu co with u dcspisor of the Christian whatever else he may have oc may 'not I do not say bo muatneedHbe a religious tor Punl says the unbelieving Imsband is sanctified by the but marriage with a man wlio hntea Lho Obristian religioa will insure you a life of wretchedness. He will caricature your habit of kneeling in prayer. Ko will speak depreciatingly of He will wound all the most sacred feelings of your souL He will put your home under Lhe anathema of the Lord God In addition to the industry and whole-hear Led nesa. Mnrry such a onennil yon have married a for- whether ho havo ao income now of year or tin income of A bank is nccnro ace trflingi to its capital stock and not to judged by the deposits n day or a week. A man is rich accord- ing to his sterling fjuMities and nob accord- ing to the vaccilhitiou nl1 which may leave him a laryc aiuouni of resources to-day and withJmw them to- If a mau is worth nothing but he is poor indeed- If a man have upright cluiracterj he is rich. Property THOSE CONFIRMATIONS. SIGNS TUATVKW CASKS UP. pniytirof pious Xaoini for hi is an appropriate of unmarried womnn- tbc -oort old knew would titko their cases ID ff God did so she nt von that yc may find ench nAshuuse of her husband.11 series of pennons on Mar- I last Suhlutii gave prayerful atlvieo to men in regard to and to-day I give ful Christian advice to Bainfani to the selection 'of a hus- bsaiiprupriate lor all cigcs the celibacy of u multitude of rathei than make untie selec- 'made none at I'- has not of opportunity for marital ir ut. lheil' own and ihuir exalted idea as a hinhaud ought to have caused Tbv have seen so many IUVL- litrorn tai marry or or in- orKiviiiuy or may- or men who before mar- c and after-vard h-.-n alarmed and stood many bimts into the sheered into other UHier woman to live ili'ui-uuiil t-han to io ri' maseulino which The almost every f.uniiy circle 'h unmarried and oi' cousins dhe moved around in tiich house is the rnoni- to ebt wi- her uway is the myht. my eirrlo of kind red t perhaps i11 it was an Aunt Paul jiavc a letter of in trod tt Kills onr as she wrni up jVoui Cenchrfiu in her bor kindness servkuaml tbr her .1 think Aunt Phucba ted afur SVas there sickness in of the h-'.nsohohK win it np iiud count out tho drop-j nf i. Wiitf a she helped UiiR bride fur tha Way therfe a rihv was there to iby nativity- there ji soro was there tu console r-n rushed out at first appear- t-omtaH Auiil inUnriVsreaco they imUril lurr down with their not very nnd of tlu1 next vat lm- nv given to tnhle wj Vti up uith ISiixU-rV and nnd I'iltirim'.s have iittedont whole upon which i'-c lr.cc my lite the Lo me oue so over- thal.J be rcsusw- no Oju't lull me it ll'yL'i' hber preface would wotLv anxiety bunion or cbetr a or leave on every room in tho She had turned home taking care of au invalid iller. until itw blooiu lilchttJ stiftie- rhl but she uimld interest wogliilks whhsoiuu throe or tour wages in hi-r own so that we ntwthal it WILS not through lackot'op- fGilunirv that she was not the qnten uf at instead of Vieinn a benedic- Boomi circle of households. At AwlsmMity years of age she made her liUi-il io my and when shy sat in I was more cm- iWwju at- her presence than by all the iH'inuise I kit thai in religion I ipr.uo further lhaa the a b c while slio 1 thij whole aud for IiUHhea tlusynndz. When Wot out of this life into the next what i stoat ilunc have been in fatt the door dear up to the back tet in liinhi'al gallery- 1 saur the ay iu the village cemetery of Sjm- Jier resting the having on it the woiris which lyyears vli- told mcsbe would like have iKcfib-jil 'The in the Cer- much as Caroline I'nr her illnstrious in nsironomical cal- P. and vorldd lor tliiir uinnt-eihL years .of with the slara till -she sped br- much as had Florence Night- the nurse of or Grace theliorsowomanof tholnnfi Stone or Mary the teacher m1' Kolyoke Seuiiunryjor Jfau- the Christian authoress cf fc'.ajn- or Dorothea the auixel of mercy or Anna niuong odeilof Blnuklmrn's or Mar- i al or Mary and grapes and in a Western or c-1 lorious women likothetn the uiarriage sacrament. and it will i bclnteyou rush ontof sngle unless anguish with w hi oh lie will fill your there is yreafc dauger that he will despoil your hope of nnd make yonr mar- riagfe relation au inluur.e and disaster. If you Imvu madu such engcice- your first duly is to break it. My word may come just in-time to save yonr soul. do uot unite in marriage with a man of bad iu the idea of reform- ing him. If under the restraint of your pretsentr be will not give up bia bad after ho has won the prize you cannot expect him lo do tio. You might aa well plnut u violet in the facs of a northeast the Kiwi of ap- it. You R.-t well ruu a Huhunucr alongside of a burning with the idea of saving the ship- The quence will schooner and ship will ho destroyed together. The aliushouso could tell alory of a hundred women who men to reform by twenty-live years of 11 incin has been ymppled by he is tiudur Piicb headway thut your attempt to stop him would be very much like np the track with a wheelbarrow to stop a Hudson Uiver express tnun. Wliafc you call tin is not u victim of wino and but to logwood unil suycbnino uud vouiicn All poisons halve kiudted lires in to nv ne and aud all the tears ui' a wil'w ciinnot the flumes. Instead of marry inn n man him reform lirH and jjive liira time to reform is to be Let him understand that if lie caunol do without- bis habils for two ho must do without yon tbiever. Avoid union with onu suareEaely selflsli or so wound up iu IIH occupation that he has no room for You occasional- ly litid a man who spreads so wide- ly I be pivtli life thut Uiyre is uu fur anyunc to walk hcjidu him. lie is nut the ony blad'i of a thw other but ho is a chisel iiuutu to ctit liiM way through or a file lull of undo to hy drawn aciTHS society wiihoui any aniuity otlitr iiles. Hi a disposition is a lifelnnu protest against Others arc rjo mavried to their occupation or profession tbat the taking of any other bride a case of bigamy. Thyru are men severely tu their litThe Erary ay was Cb-U- was not printed tbo dyir.ii of Cli.itUuloji. nuuie out tbs ac- the Lord Mayor's do.ith in this essayf one eleven shillings in I'U'iiio.i and live pounds aud fivo Then he put what 1m Imd naiacd by opposite to what hn had and wroto unilcr he is dead by tlisoo thirteen a m-iM is hopelessly litThe Erary an that he ouiilit to bu a his hia books are all tho ni'cdtcl. Indeed Hdaitt of the iniyhtiesL men this wot hi ever xtw iiave nuL inatiiniouy. ArbuthonL were Some of tbwe would have holpcri. Th-i kind of a wife v.-ould nuve cured Cowpcr'd uud given lo more and u to- Lake's over-tasked brain. A wife have converted Hume and Gibbon to a boUef in Ctiiistianity. Daaa did not deserve a wife from the wjy iu winch he the heart .fane Wurinu and Either Johnsou and ol'all The wit of hu outwitte.l by his own Amid sn many jja-Hbiiiiies of f-iiul mis- urn J not right in you to seek tbn windum of and before vou are mont mar- are iit to be Iliads convinces us that they are divinely arranged. Almost every cradle hus auatlituty towards some other cncdJe- They uiuy be OD the opposite Hides of UitJ but oue child ye to out this cradle and another child gets out of that smtl with their first nteps they start for each other They may diverge frooi the straight towards the or or AVest. They may fall but- the two rise facing each other. They are approaching all through infuucy. The one all through the years of hoyhood to meet the one who ia Doming through aU tlm years of girlhood lo meet liim. The decision of as to whufc in beat thfiin and the chunks of fortune may for a time seeia to 1 affect the two but they RO. Thyy may never have seen oach other. They may never have heard of each other. tbe two who started at the two cradles are After twenty or thirty years tho two come within sight. At the iir.it ylaiscR they may foel a and they may slacken their 3'ct that the wonrj c.illd and thnt religion calls them on and on- They muni. meet. They come near enough to join Imnd-i in social alter u while to j-nn hurids in after u while to juiu hearts. The delcuatc from the one cradle conies np the Gust aide of the church with her father. The delegate from the other cradle conies up the west uisio of the church. The two luiitf journeys eml at bridal vci may couib and he is iudtpeiident of tins markets. Nothing can buy him uoth- ing can sell him out. He may hnvo more muuoy one year thaa but his bet- ter fortunes never vaeHhitu. do not expect to find a perfect wan. If yon fiud one without any incapa- ble of never having gncssed his patience never having bnon immaculate iu ID tem- iu do not marry him. Because you would enact a swindle. would yon do with a perfect who are cot perfect Aud how daro you hitch your imperfection faytoa snch super- uaturut What a companion you would make for an la other words there are no perfect men. There never was but ouu perfect pair anu they slipped down tlie hanks of Paradise to- g6ther. We occasionally find a man who says he nevur We know be lies when hu snys tiuanuial dealings with two threu peiieiit men a ml Ihty cheated UH woefully. thorelbro. look for uu immaculate you will not liud Do not beC'.iine cyuioal on this ssuhjcct. Society has a great mnHiliidft of sraud men who know how to make liome happy. When they come to be huslmmlfi evince a ot nature and a Kull spirit that surprise oven the These are tbe men who choerfull hit in IM AslshoW ou in formerMr man supplicate Divine iin such bow much more thaf you it. It onaior to find an ivitc than flnd a huaband. TbU of ns I showed in AwcoiiTse. Hlaiuitics show ibnt in 3 aud York niaioritv of hiuulrttfs ol fcr that woman irf and that there- A. of that kind. From j e creation in it ia woman iri au improved edi- be tbe reason Attain thut she who se- a smaller number of from than he who selects ft inerefore a woman ought i i her ibe snowdrift of the The two olmind uiade out of many years arc forged together uy the gouU'ii link which the RTOOLU puts upon the third ftnKer the left band. One on may they be oue in Hut there are so mauy exceptions to the rule of natural affinity that ouly those aro sale who pray for a heavenly band to lead them. Ueeanse they de- pended on themselves and not on God there arc thousands of women every year going to the In ludift wonion leap ou the We have a worse leaping on the funThe Eral pyro of a living husband. Avoid all proposed alliances through newspaper advertisements. Slany just tor have answered such adver- tisements aud bave beeu led on from etcp to step to infinite. AH the men who write such advertisements are villains' nutl without i exception. All All Do you turnover them just I will tell you a sufer nnd healthier Thrust your hand pyre of u dead husbaud. than that in dark dirty ten teet by in sninmrr time hnnl at while the wives and daughters are at Mount Dasert or the Whito SSul- phnr. These arc men who never hav- ing had much education hrwts their sous at Yale and Harvard and Vir- ginia University. Theyc are the men whn work themselves to doatb by iifty years of ago nnd out to leaving large estate iiml generous life insurance provision for their families. husbands and fathers here by the hundreds who would die for their households If outiawry should ever become dominant in out1 they would ataud iu their door- way and with their oue arm would cleave fine by I'-ieu to fijot lo and every stroke n riorno- litiou. This is makes au uriuy indy- ftsiise of a country fight more despThe Erately than 1111 army of conquest. It is not so much the abstract sentiment of a flay us it is wife and children aud that enthusiasm into n fury. The world has such IU-JH by the million and tbe homnn- cnli that infest all our must not binder women from the oi true ninuhood. I was reading of a bridal reception. The young mini had brought home tho choice of bis heart in her elaborate and exquisiu- uprmrel. stood in the guy drawing room nud lunid gay tbu uian'rf eyes filled with tcurs of joy he ttiougbt was Ytnirs pulsed by iiiul they stood in KIUIC pin lor on lest u I She wore the drgjdt business Imil not opened us briubily to the husband he aud he tiati UDVLT been to pnr- for IUM' another Her fate was UOL as bright and smooth as it had been and a careworn look had madu its signature on her countenance. As tho husband looked at her he saw the difler- bcLwecMi tliis occasiou and the and he went over to where she sal tmd fclYou remember the time wht-n wo wore here before. Vtui havn the dre.ss ou. Ciruumsta'jces have aouiewbnt changed. hutyuu look Lome far moie beautiful than ynn did then.'1 There ia such a and many of you know it. in yonr own pftor all the good advice we niLiy give we come hack to the golden pil- lar from which we the tmnendu'is truth that no one but God can guide you in safety about this Una may-decide your fur two this find the next. my I put your case where Xiiomi put that of Ruth and Orpah when she Lord grunt you that ye may fuid ench of you ia the house of her I imagine the hour for which you pledged your troth bin arrived. There is much Tnerry-inaking among your young but there is an undertone of sadruus in all the house. Your choice may have been the gladdest and the best aud the joy of the whole round of but when a young eaglet ia about to leave the old nest and is preparing to put out into sunshine and storm lor itself it feels its wings trem- ble somewhat. So she has a uood cry be- fore leaving and at the marriage father and mother always or feel Hke it. If you think it is easy to give up a daughter in though it bg with brightest you will think cntly when the day To have all aloug watched her from iiifancy to girl- ami from girlhood to studied of her her slightest illnoss au anrl her preneuce iu your homo au over increasing anrl then have her go away to some other all the redolence of orange and all the chime of marriage and nil the rolling of wedding march in full aud all the hilarious congratulations of your cannot make you forget that you are loss irreparable. But yrm knnw it is all and you have u re- membrance of an embarkation just like it twenty-five or thirty years in you were one of the nnrt suppress- ing as far as possible your you I hope that the departing will uot forget to write often for whatever betide the old folks will never lose their interest in your welfare. Make visits to them as often and stay as long as you for there will changes at tbo old place after a Every time you you iiud more hairs on futher's and more on mother's after a you will notice thut the elastic step has become decrepitude- Aud Kome dny one of the two pillars of your curly borne will and after a while the other pillar of that home will and it will be a comfort to yourself if. when they are you can Jvel tbat while you are r'jithful to yoci new you never forgot your old and the ilrst friends you ever and to whom you are more indebted lhan you ever can be to anyone except to mean yonr father and mother. in ciTective rhyme to Tronhltj In tbo Matter nf Appointments Uefore Tills CienThe Eral Jan. havo beeu no dtvojopmeuts since tbe Republican Senatorial caucus in regard to the proposed demand of tho upper House upon Cleveland for the caunos which prompted the removal of certain FedThe Eral officers. The indications that the Senate will proceed with the coulirLnation of noniiaa- tionn and i-bat but- comparatively few casca will be held up. .It is pralublu tint the un will LiwU tbcs Hunate for additional aiico ia thut the vast number of nom- inations for podtnmsicra now pending mfiy ho the regular mernbwft of the hciug uuubic to bundle them all with any decree of is tuo much in na embryo stiito to yive ouo any latitude for predic- said Spvaker Carlisle to n aentutivo oi the I'aited Press lo-night. uTbere nothing in view in tbo be fchbut its regular To- morrow the ShiU's will be culled for tbe introduction of bilK after which it will be order fur committees lo move to sus- pend the rules for the considThe Eration of measures they miirht want to committee can bave the rules sus- pended tor one hill. I bow- that any oi the eoiuinittccs to suspend the tlu're in nothing on my now. this it cannot he pociiicted wliat work the irou.se will do the It U probublo that the Commit- after the of will ask the House to the Seuntu which will be providing for the purchase of tbe Produce Kxchange properly in New York city lor military On Tuenduy the Committee on 'Xaval A flairs may reuort IJoutelie rMolulion inquiring uf the- Secretary tlie Navy if it is true that- ox-Conlaltrraio soldiers sailors arc bt-ina installed into the positions held hy ex-Union soldiers sailors at tbe Va navy nnd if ii true that certain captured ciin- uoii nnd commemorative of vie lories won bv Unitm soldiers and sailors during Lhc lute iiavc bcou oblitThe Erated or destroyed saiuft If this resolution before the House it will probably occupy cousidorablo time as sev- s both expressed ttasiic to Apostlo Snow HoeoLvos iu luich OHKO tbo Full 1'Gimlty on Powers yesterday parsed scntenco on Apostles Ijoronxo Jamea 11- Nelson add Jainw couvicled of unlawful cohabitation. The former was convicted ou three indict- ments aud received the full penalty in each aggregating eighteen mouths in tbo pcnitcntiaiy and a fiuu of and costs. Snow delivered a long to the court Jroin as prosecuting attorney was quite mistaken in Mr. was tbe ijiost scholarly and brightest of the ami usually wrong when ploadiog with thn jury tn 'assist him and the United States ol Amorica iu cou- Apostle Snow anil ho would predict that a new revelation would soon follow Hits divtuo hitv of mnr- Wbulcver fame Mr. Bioibower may have stcured as a lawyer he certainly will fail u prophet Tbe severest entiou has never been foUnwed by revebi- Uons changing n divine ohediencu to wititii brought imprisounieut of martyr- donu Though J go to God will not uhaaga Hin kiw of but the Iho pen the nation tbat opposes and lights this doctrine and tho liburch of God will be overthrown. Though presidency of church and the twelve ajjostlts nhould waller martyr- dom will lemaia over ull of tbe .Son ot and were these to be slain there would still remain ir.uny thousand high and as miiny or more all possessing the panic authorit-v to administer Gosuel t solemnly testify in the name of Uw so-called Mormon church is the trhureb nf the living cstablinhed on thy rock of against which 'the gates of hull cannot prevail.' n Snow's counsel gave notice of appeal and risked tor bail pending the appeal. Powers admitted the defendant lo bail in with tho inidurrthmding that the case is to be argued during the present term of the Supreme NEWS FROM THE WELLS. AOUII-TT DAY TiniouGiiour SuiuH I'L'oiIuuur ut The Dyor Well ut WnHhliiKtnii lo Drilled In Two AVelln Kuuo Duo This Wook. The walkiog-beum at Anchor No. 7 was set in motion at Saturday morning aud ouo bit run ia tbe when it filled up GOO feet with after which another bit waa but with UG improvement in its condition. They are twenty ieet in the aud the prescub indications are that it will be a small producer. The sand was tapped at this well at feet and at No. 5 it was struck ad which shows that No. 7 ia twenty-eight teet higher than H. This is situated oil the Morrison otie-tbinl of a mile and on a line from No. where they did get the leas L show iog of aud GOO roda from No. 5. Jt ig thought the lino ia a littlo stronger than a making it 1 1'KATERNAT. VISIT. e seeces yet before may oc- The Eral mi parlies h-iv upon it. The President's the House and silver cupy much nf the time the week. This subject to be an almost inex- hnudtiblti ouu in both Mr. of is oi opinion that the Committee on and Cur- rency will be able to icportsomc time clur- this week the McPhersou bill providing for issiiunc-e nolc-i to tho full par vrthiu nf biiuds the bill iiuihorixiny the Secretary nf Treiwnry lo the ndmcs nf Na- tional hank- ami them tlicir capital whk'-i is riouis by sp'jrnal acl nf Tby CutniuiiteH ou Invalid Pensions in- tcutH tu a niunbor of repotUi on the calendar for ironsidThe Eralion at th'j special sD.Ksion of House fur pension on LVidiiy 1-MKeen bills nrc now nn tho calendar for the lar session uf w private hill day. la the Sunatn Ihc field is larjre and the many lor work during the There is notbinu tiniesched- nlml i'ir considThe Eration fur any special hour tiny. o i bill the at per annum and for other purposes the uniinislud ae it did a week ago. There is no bow- wht'ii it will bo tukon up. The bankruptcy ibo iXikatti tbe bill forfeiture of cerrain lands in lnwat iznuued to aid in construction of arts on the caleadar in the order but is no immovable or uuchanytiahlc order lor their considThe Eration. The resolutions relative to state- ments inadu in thy lust aniuml report of the Coniinirt-'ioner of Pensions and coutem- an and ques- tioning the statehood in Dakota arc yot bclorn tho 3'jnate partially consiilered. There will ho executive sos- sions for the considThe Eration of nominations and to make c Tliu Firn 1 Jan. this in the live-story building Nos. and Christie occupied by George maunfacturer of bar dam- aged tbe building and contents and the London which is sep- arated from the rear of tbe factory by a live-foot N K. J'lnm- mer Co.'d internatiornd factory and bar- rel-heading worka at North BulValo totally consumed by lire early tliLs morn- TJWS ou buildings and plant nn Hock to insured in the and other companies. Jan. large mill and sash factory of C. 1L Jtor- rison Co. ut tba foot of Cooper streMT CamdenT N. JM was entirely destroyed by lire this entailintr u loss of fully The building of three storu-.s in height and about oue hundred feet and with the contents was en- tirely cocriumed. The fire is supposed to have originated in the drying room. About fifty men are thrown out of employment. The amounts to about N. YM Columbia Hall block was completely destroyed by lire Jacob iusnrauce wholesale liquor in- surance The loss on building is insurance The residence of City Attorney O'Oonnatt als'n dain- ty tire to-niuht to the extent of line. After due considThe Eration Collins Morse have come to the conclusion that they will uot disturb the residuals of Ktuxaa by making the nights liideona by drilling in i he grave ynnl and thiyr have niovtcl the boiler for which it was their original intention oi using to sink the well with lo some other location and they will tear down the derrick and abandon that part of the The Smith Anchor Oil Company's on the Rollins lost a bit Friday night by H unscrewing iu the socket aud opThe Eration will be delayed for a few days. They had only got as far as 140 feet when the mishap occurred. The Smith Morse well on the Holiins farm is duo the hotel part of tho week. Van Scoy Collins have completed their rig on the Swift farm and will start the drill to-morrow. KAXK. Although there bave been a number of wells completed in the Kane none since the completion of the Craig Cap- pftan well lean towards the futurn develop- j meut or add to the producing territory. I The next well to come in is that of the j Kniift Oil which situated on i lot and directly west of the Tcuucnfc I and will probably bo in about Wednesday. They are down feet. Grain Cappeau's well No. on war- rant is neariug the and will Tliti Clmmpiou Ills.. Jiui. The typo- setting con Lost unded atll of the New York winning the chair.pioiiship and a yold inedai Fi-t with u di of the New York seconrlj receiv- ing the second an embleiiiatical water server. local takes third u handsome hsatiou Hndson bv only ems. IJoth V and Itortes one hour record setting and cms respectively. The following is the net cumposition set also be in this 'J wsvs cased last Work on the Ifowe Co. OQ lot will resumed to-day. The tjas baa decreased about one-third since it was shut down. This wall which reported will probably surprise fiome of tho boys in tbe near future. Until then tbe result of the drill will be anxiously The well on the Ellis about one mi hi from has beeu completed and signs of oil or found. Tbe drill was sent down bnt whether the company will sink more wells in the im- mediate vicinity of the dry hole in not. known. U was their intention when first starting ont in the hopes of finding to put down tivo as they found no showing of either oil or jiiis iu the first ven- ture it is altogether probable that rhe com- pany will abandon the field before they are to more expense. HrmlfoviL of tho JVInccaheca Call 011 llig Stmiity Hrotliren. EDITOR Saturday evening a delegation of Bradford K. O. T. accompanied by State Sup. Com. paid a long promised visit to the Big Sbanty Teat of that order. Upon their arrival they were received in that kiadand courteous manner so characteristic of tbe order wherever it exists. Their temporary wauls were immediately supplied aod their normal after generous appli- cations both inward and was fully restored. They found upoo their arrival also a large visiting delegation from Caster beaded by the Commander and Past Commauder of tbat tenL This was indeed an unexpected pleasure and added much to tho enjoyment of tbe evening. In due time they proceeded to their well appointed whore was beld one of tbe mast inter- esting meetings imaginable. Under tbe Good of tbe mauy in- interesting and humorous speeches were and ntnong the latter Past Commander Lay particuhuly dis- tinguished Sir Knight Hassan expressed a willingness and desire to pave souls by bringing them into tbo anil many others appeared to be anxious to share with him the joys of Such a gigantic task. The Commander aud Past Cummanderof Ouster City Tenfc contributed their full share toward tbe entertainment by well- timed and appropriate as did also Sir Knight of the Derrick City Tent. The management and genThe Eral outlook the together with tbe secret was commented upon by State Supreme Commander Brady to the apparent satisfaction of all present An adjournment was then in order to tbe Hur- ley after listening to tbe music of a band for a they were invi- ted to sit dovrn to ouo of the most bounti- ful and inviting bouquets possible. To ruosi of us it remains an unsolved mystery upon such a brief could be prepared aud placed upon in such an artistic and inviting every deli- cacy both in and out of season tbat the epi- cure could desire. The haudsonie and ac- complished daughters of our host assisted at the tables and our every want was more than anticipated. If the old saying be true good workmen arc known by their there surely were uo apprentices present. The unanimous verdict was Hurley and may his shadow never grow FiHST MATK. Jan. GROUND TO FRAGMENTS. A SIGHT JN KAILUOAO YAKDS. bv the day Lev for the buvon Mon- almost and there muy be snrue more speeches on this subject of silver coinage. ftennlor select ou intcr-atate mil road transportation will in a day or two report an original iuter-Htate cnnnuercc hill and at the same tir.ic submit an exhaustive report in its support. Tlio cornmitten speut a good part in its and has met almost daily AH a rc- its labors suvnral volumes of oral testimony and u number of interesting papers from authorities luivo been and all of which will made public wbun the report is submitted. Tho Iltiiul of a SwiiiUlliiB Concern Jan. Jacob B. pres- ident of the Credit AssurLincc a big concern on the ostensible ohjeut of which was to insure business houses financial loss in case nf has f Us office at Nns. and II Kilby street has been closed for of rent or fnur young men employed by liita as agents are sevThe Eral weeks' salary and mouoy advanced to secure their Llltfh T-iifo ut J Jim. petition of Alva for divorce from John formerly President and now one of the receivers.of thy Allegheny Valley Kail- which was liled on Dsc. 2d has just been unearthed and creates intense excifoment aud sensation in life circles. Iu her petition Mrs. Scoit charges her husband with enditnjiered her life by threats and bodily with having repeatedly beaten her with bis lists and driven her from the with brutal and bnbituul drnnkrrnnes.s and that ho in withdrew from his home and family and baa since utterly failed to providn or furnish means for her maintenance. The petition asks for the allowance nf a roasonable alimony. An Unruly Secretary of Jan. Senor Don MilQiittI del secretary of the Chilian who luis figured rather notori- ously in Washington for sevThe Eral months owing. to hu unruly left the city last week Tor his home in Valparaiso. His devmLure was known to hut a few of L his friends. He was not recalled by his but his people having hoard of bis unbecoming are said to have insisted upon his returning home. Lowermost when be let the lomlcr luns et To rock the cnuilu of reposing With lenleiu arts cxloml n uiuther s .ire Make iRiisiior -smilc rtml b -'It- afford luftke a mUtako. he can spend the and dull bU tobacco smokCj but woman for and would i healthier icnlt to a wotnau bThe Eraclf to job. of 4 -v the cage at a stroke tbe back of a cobra from the Eusl lutlies. Put your head in tho rnouih of aNnmidiau Hou to see if bo wiii bite. Take u of Paris green mixed with some heubaue. Theea fire safer and fan than advertise- ments tor a wife. My advice is marry a nifta who is a for- tune in himself. lands aucl large are well but the of fortune turns so rapidly that through gome investment nil these in a few may be gone. There aresorue how- tbat are a perpetual geniality of intel- of iu explain the asking nd keep awhile from the Aud now T commend till precious and splendid young before me to- day to the uwho setteht the solitary of Tbo Stockholilors Will I'rotcfit. VtM Jan. is considThe Erable excitement hero over the re- ported movement for the pardon of Silas M. ex-president of the ruined First National bank and who is now serv- inga short aeutencfi in tho bouse of correc- tion at Rutland. Mr. minister to England and is said to Tmve asked President Cleveland for a A strong protect will be made by the ruined stockholders and others. Tlio British Jan. Iho chapel of Saints Michael John to-day the Very Nicholas Canon and Vicsir- in the course of his sermon roundly denounced the Urinnb prosn for its slanderous articles upon Irelsiad nnd the Father Walsh was pjivtie.i- larly vehement in hi de.nunutation of which havo been published in cer- tain English papers tb.it tiic Irish people as a addicted to nud up- pealed to tbo hiThe Erarchy to mulgate its condemnation oJ news- MAKKH Uml Letter Sale. Tho Roll. Jiiih wore two deaths at the penitentiary one Pat- rick Daley sentenced from Pmnnm of heart nnd Gco. .Iu of typhus place ofredideuce is DOU known. There is also n case nf small- pox reported to tbe city health authorities on Koid street. The C-utnly MedicM So- ciety will io titko action on the death of Joseph W. who while attfeudiug physician tho peniten- contracted typhus fever and died ou Friday last. The Dyor A Co. well seems io perplex tbo iu geDThe Eral as to whether or not it drilled deeper last Wednesday when it made im increase 63 .barrels in its production- They will be eased somewhat when they leatu Umt Mr- who bus .just relnrned from wiis seen by an ERA man hist and when asked if the report was true that they hau drilled the well paid that it was too absurd for a ay thing to think that they woubl drill it in when they can- not take care of all tbe oil it is pouring out now. The cause of Die increase was an extra lead lino added which nat- urally would m like nn increase in produc- tion. They were obliged to plnce au extra twenty horsepower boiler to up steam. One is used Tor the oil and the other for running the pump. The well is cased the depth of feet with casing and the. hole is as clean as any drilled in this si-ction of the country. As soon as the gas kink is completed and connections the tanks housed and the oil which will be probably about they will drill it iu. They have formed a company which will be known the Beliuonl Oil uud the stockholders are Dyer and timy will set to work developing their territory. At present they have two loca- tions lor Nos. 2 and M. One is situated on the-Camerou frot southeast of the iiret and the other is feet northwest on the Smith larm. When what sand or if they in tbe Gordon or third onr in- formant hml nothing to as lie did not. know how der-p they were or anything about- it. The well will he measured np to-morrow and then all will know. A SAGACIOC.S HU Surprising Loads to a Val- Ulseovury. Alexis middle-aged disftppeared fioin bis home nc'ir Colcvilic last taking his dog and telling big family be wouUl return by uinhtfull. JFe failed to and Friday was still among the missing. On Saturday morning tbe dog reappeared in n famished condition and by means of pitiful whines and actions induced a searching party to. follow him. Tbe faithful animal led the men a distance of three miles info a demo forest and stop- ping at a gigantic snowdrift pawed vigor- ously and gave vent to melancholy bowls. The rescue TO set heartily to work and after half an hoar's labor Alexis DnpontainCj but n box of Oil Prince ciyarSj which the party appropriated reluctantly gave np tbe search. THE NEW .1 s A liollvEir Enterprise That Will Shortly Move to Ohlu. N- Ddc. Fruit Jar Company'7 of Bolivar have de- cided to remove their factory to That it will be a loss to Bolivar is beyond Question. They corameaced the manufac- ture of jar.s hero last summer nnd turned out au article so far superior to those of any other manufacture that they were success- ful in disposing of nil tlwy wore able lo turn onL It is very simple ia contraction and consists of a double rolliutj lever work- ing in liac and attached to a steel wire and though it exerU a strong pressure does not break tho as the spring hale gives beyond the necessary tension required to seal tbe jar and the lever slides smoothly over the confer of the glass as n hot knife through n butter The beauty of it is that is as easily opened as closed. It.in an article tbat will he warmly welcomed all housewives who have Imd tbeir patience sorely not only in bnlfwhat is still in opening the old style jar. Evidently Cleveland capitalists kmnv a good thing when they Dec. to buy their suits overcoats at onr reduced lied Letter prices. MABKS BROS Ci'T iu at nearly half. Come you're sure to buy. -17 Main. 124 lowest prices at UKKKSK LOWEST prices makes largest bnsiness. MARKS Unas.1 Hed Letter Sale. CLOTH i xo cheaper at than elsewhere. NEW YOKIC Bohemian export beer in bottles for family use Option per dozen kdy wbo bought boys' suit and overcoat at our store Saturday tell her neighbors how much she saved aud what prices were asked her at other stoves and oblige MARKS 47 Main. Mlln WouUln'tSettle. N. Jan. H. and Frederick the former leading man and the latter leadiugjuvDuile LD aetor George G. Slilu's claimed that their salaries had not been puid and left the company to-day. is out and Mano and his wife Francis Field and WHlard Broughaa of E. Sberidaa's have been seqared by Milu. W. fornierly 2 Congress street. Fine watches and Roberts No. 77 Main Pa. Should Have Killed Him. .Tan. even- ing William Taylor went home drunk and announced his intention of killing his wife and eon. with a of to cut his wife's throat when the sou aged seized a riilc and .shot bis father through ibe u gerous wonnd. Citizens express n deep rc- yret that Tom did not kill him. W. formerly 2 Congress street Fine watches and jewelry. Roberts So. 77 Main Pa- ___________.----a--------------------- The Dexter to IJlanie. L. Jan. official report of the customs authorities to the Secretary of the Treasury relative to Ihc collision between the revenue cutter Sam- uel Dexter nnd the steamer states tbat tbe fault undoubtedly was with the Dexter. LOWERMOST GREEXEWALDS'. St. F. JClliott is in town. 1C. Darrow is bnck after sevThe Eral mouths sojourn in Alabama. Goodman was taken suddenly aud painfully ill last Newton and wife havo re- turned from a visit Lo Cleveland and Akron. of this has besn elected a member ol the Chautauqua As- sembly for 18SC. H. the well known pro- returned Saturday evening from W. one of the owners of the t Dyer returned Saturday from ington where he had been for the past week. W. Superintendent of the narrow gauge division N. Y. P. went through the city Saturday on a tour of inspection. visitors registered ou 'change Sat- uvday were as Thrs. W. I. C. H. W. J. Pen- N. W. H. James- N. Cbas. R. J. X. Y. Tarjtort Notes. Don't you ask the how he came to tip over. It surely was uot the effect of Old E. of FurmingtoiK X. YM arrived in town Saturday Hs is the guestoFlusbrother-in-lavrand friends here. Bradford's belles aud beanxs were ont in great numbers all day Saturday and yesterday making tho snow fly with last trotters. Our people who want a good sleigh ride need not go out of town to secure it. Just step into Edruouds' livery nud ho will furnish you with as line a turnout as you can wish. Onr borough bore a most lively business air ou Saturday night'. All onr merchants were busy wailing upon while the Mitchell liros.T dry store ap- peared like a bee-hive. Sleighing patties were flying in every direction ou Saturday Messrs. J. Newman and were outgiving the little folks nn airing Tbe air was fvill of and all the way lo Limestone imd tmck. Tho pastor of tbe M. E. Kev. J. will commence n protracted meeting Ibis evening. All iotcVoslud iu the causa of tbe elnm'h and the motive which prompts to a higher plane of Christian rectilmlo arc invited. Iu fact all arc cried to these meet- ings may bo made a season uf Dr. D. T. has just finished his annual invoice and striking his balance Now it rosts uivm his James to rearrange tbe With the overhead aud the flnLslviug touches whicli Janitis is giving to the display of ii can truly be noted as one of the most attractive stores in the county. Mrs. Downing while np in the hay loft on Monday the to drop some hay to stepped wbeu ono leg slipped through a bole. Her knee was thrown out of but as sbe drew her limb out it went back IQ Since then it has proven a pain- full having swollen to twice its usual size. She is better nt the present writing. A few days ago two ladies on the Melvin Mrs. Charles Avery aud Mrs Charles Her having learned that a Mrg. Richard nnd her little at were suffering for the necessaries of life and for fuel to keep them made up a large basket of provisions and seat it to them. Here is an instance that comes to our notice in a roundabout way. Lei others follow their example. If there should be more can append to this list we would be most happy to do so. David Charlct of the lim of Fatal lo Have Been Kntirely moRttteyoiul Engine No- 247 of the Erie road was run- ning south down the main track in tho yardH at 4 p. m- yesterday pushing a box car. Engineer Jolm Palmervhad hold of tbe Brakeaiaa Clayton King sat on tho pilot aud Brakcmau Put O'Neill clung to the eifla ladder on tbo car. The engine was moving at a modThe Erate rate of speed wheu King noticed the box car shak- ing as though it were off the track and a lew seconds laUrthe engineer had brought his machine to a having fully real- ized that something was wrong. There was blood upon the drive wheels and something black and shapeless was rolled up under the tender. For sevThe Eral rods at a point two cor lengths below the Elm street crossing was a bloody trail on the rc- ccut white snow. Under was a human body headless and so horribly mangled that oaly the torn clothes enabled one to distinguish that it was a man. Far- ther back on the track were n pair of yards of a heart lyiug as clearly exposed as though dissected out by a sur- a fragment of a man's face with one ear the brains and other ghastly relies scattered over alwnt 100 feet. A loDg'gray beard polled out by the roots lay by itself ou the RDOW. Old railroad nieu said they never saw a human being so completely ground up and identity so wholly lost as in the present case. It could only be compared to lha result of a gly- cerine explosion. No one had seen the man until tbe engiue passed over he being hidden from the view of the forward brakeniau who was on the opposite side of the car holding to the ladder- Agent Dr. Rae and sevThe Eral rail- road handy who1 chanced to be near gathered the scattered remains which were placed on an old door and carried to the Undertaking Company's on Chesliiuti followed by curious Sun- day crowd. By direction of Chief of Police McCrea l-hc clut he3 were bring- ing to light a number of memorandum books in which occurred sevThe Eral times tho name of Charles W. which was set- tled upon as the victim's title. Later on this was disproved by inquiry wheu it learned that David Charles au aged itinThe Erant corn doctor hoarding at Elder Wood's OEI Davis had started about 4 p. m. to visit a machinist at the BM B. K. engine house and all things being considered the old gentlem had doubtless been run clown ou the not having been heard of since. As Mr. Way was kuovro to have relatives at they were telephoned for ami R. Camp- bell and Way drove in about 8 p. m. Mr. Way identified the remains as those of his father chiefly by the which were of peculiar aud various little trin- kets. At the old gentleman's room was found a Bible marked with his name arid Hie identilicatioa was thorouguU estab- lished. Coroner .Dempsei' being absent from town Alderman W. T. Graham empanelled a jury consisting of B. J. fore- James Harding. -Tames Harry Palsey Baldwin and J. who examined the body and of the after which tbuy adjourned to meet at the alderman's No. Corydon strcel.. at 1 p. in. to-day. The deceased was sixty-four years old and came here from Rochester. lie Icavtn two sons and two one sou being a resident of A brother lives in Rochester and a half brother in Syracuse. The theory of his death is that in crossing to the K. track he came suddenly from between standing cars which sheltered him from the eyes of the train- men and miscalculated the distance in getting over. Xo so far as known. eaw tbe tragedy. Tbe was turned over to the son by the noSiug and funeial will doubtless be de- ferred until tho arrival of other members of the family who nave beeu nummoued. OX TO HIS UACKKT. A CJaine in Which it Plucky ilcM tho Winning EAST Yesterday John Ken- nedy drow a large sum ol money from the bank and temporarily deposited it in the safe of Herbert F- station agent of the Old Colony Railroad and also local niaaager of the Western Union Telegraph Company- Only one man iu the sta- tion at the time and he seemed to buried in hast night. Raton was leaving lien jam in a opThe Erator in charge. At p. m. a man culled at sevThe Eral places iu au effort to find Hatch for the alleged purpose of a m'ssace sent. Hutch was filially notified and went to the where he found two racn wailing for him. He un- locked the wont iu followed by tho two lighted a lamp in Jus telegraph ofiice and then turned to his visitors only to face a cocked revolver and lo hear the Its no over the money For au instant Hatch was then he quickly whipped out a thrust it into the robber's face and I'm on to your little racket.1' Tho robber dropped bis rnvolvcr and hurriedly backed out of the olHcc. His companion had re- maiued in the waiting room near tbe stove. Covering the pair with his Hatch proceeded to the depot cut off exit and demanded to know what they wanted. Tho spokesman replied that ho wanted to telegraph. said down on tbat chair and write your don't want to replica Urn and seixiag the opportunity OH Hatch moved away from the he threw it open and dashed followed by liis companion. Hatch ran to the door uml iircd after them as they disappeared in tho it is without effect. ___ _____ GRKAT Letter Sale. Rig Letter MAIIKS -17 Maiu. ORIGINAL prices. 12-1 Main. GOLDEN BUSSET purest aud Option House. Indorsed by epi- cures. _____ Boston's Irihh Jan. mort enthusiastic meeting of tho Irish Nationalists of Boston was held in New Era Hall Ihia evening. The spacious chamber John Boyle O'Reilly delivered an eloquent ad- dress in which he advocated in uuquca- j tionahle terms the use of dynamite to aid .1 i t -n i To Printers. Proposals for printing the Water Com- missioners1 annnal report lor 1885 will be received at the Water Commissioned ofiice until 7 m. Jan. 1880. Tho manuscript be seen and all informa- tion obtained at the Water ofljces Citv Mall C. Superintendent and Clerk. Jan. 188G. Ih Bui BUSH for our lOc pure linen collars grab them quick. MARKS. Buos.1 Red Letter Sale. in tbe Bobjection and downfall of rule io Ireland. Other speakers were Hoa. Philip J. Dohcrty aud Hon. John E. Fitz- who followed the cx-imple of their predecessor and guaranteed their support to any.movement tovvard the of the Irish people. W. C. florist. prepared lo famish on short notice flowers in all de- signs for Ac. Keeps on hand a variety of line No. 10 Foreman 1-18-tf GKKENKVM LDS'. largest i OLOTIIING cheaper at than FOK Letter prices. MARKS 47 Main. J m I II 111 if m i k 1.1 A- -StiH Sat m i i titiki ii   

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