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   Era, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               THE THUBSDAg JASTUARY 1886 Roflned at 7m 10 m COTTON. 1.-U n FINANCIAL. Monuy JH11' I 14 -4 I li Sjirl to i r v- Union SinlHru- lot KI.I'. I. ESTATE COMPANY f wini w. u. r -i iv t j 111 w Mail. Hie tnulwg of iho afiornoou was on u yerj The new. that tho ronrost-n- ril -------.....o rcprcscn UK- tniiu were in sussiou u of opThe Erators evi- of awaiting smne detinue or of Uiomfeiintf. in tne hour some hicUliatf tip but at i ho rttain.s wore ilown hf to pur ot-m. Ine mnvuiui.'tit in WUH Chronic Ulccrm aiul Catarrh. Christian aged sixty-three of St. nad a chronic ulcer on her leg which had been running for forty-three years. To use her own she had all the but without perceptible ben- djt._ Two of the most noted of this city advised as the only alternative from to have the leg amputated below the knee. She was troubled -with an intolThe Erable itching which only gave way to a distracting which made death her daily wish. She could not sleep or rest. On March this sho commenced using Dr. Jlart- man's and to-dciy the leg is entirely and the.lliankful old lady says she has slept more during the last three months than she did in the previous forty-three j'cars. Miss Alice of East St. there I from catarrh ophthalmia for live years. On April 27 she Iic-an treatment under Dr. Hartman. For year before she was a patient of two of the best known oculists of this but they signally failed to help her. After one month under Dr. Hartman and his her eyes have almost entiroly THE BIG CHESTNUT BRADFORD. None hut those known or supposed by the man- agement to iiccentaljle to a mtijorlty of can be admitted or furnished with All p.re Admitted subject to regulations and The hclialt of piitrona reserve or use of Music Saturday after noon atid 15-tf JAREC the riRht to refuse refunding the money G. Proprietor. rarefully li-2-i-lf Oil KxL- Thy closing bulb ns icvlSdivr Short.1............ MJ- I-aku Erie AW........ 1-1 _ .liouifi Lxpress............ til Essex........IS- Ex NurthwebL.............. W Ot N Y Central............ NJ Central............ -I'J-'x preia........ Illiuois Mult............ 57 rld A A Miss............ ii 330SEE IN' 1'KTROJ.ETJM aurt carried ot inierost. Correspond- OIL EXCHANGE. PA AND REAL LS to in 07cr McDonald's J crockery tiore. and leuo Also do a sen- city aud rrr.vcE. W.M'CAKTV LITTLE. jfiOKF-15 PRYOB AND 5-2 Broadway. New York. CO'iFoMntcd Stoct aud Petroleum bought and sold -0 potrolourn. City and P Quicksi'.vur............ prof a..... 'J-iK Ohio Central... North. Pacific......... 11 pro ft' l Central Pat-iric........-U ISknKmnoJK'j Union Pacific......... Missouri Pacific......JOS Te.'zas Tacific.......... Y' K Kluvated............ Mot Elevated.........150 Mauhat Alton AT H............ 11 preW....... Canada Suuthern... Gcuada Ptirific........RTJiJ B Chicago A Una.....Mn THtR... Ohio........... 11 I1-' OmahA.............. 11 preM...... StPanl............... 11 profd...... Nash Chat..... LS A Delaware A W...............UTX QL''aA PuUPal. Car Co.......ISU 4i prefd............... 51'aChiSt 4l prefO llAtiAStJoe prerd. Shore................ Kansas according to her own he lias done more for her In this short space of time than the oculists did in the previous whole year. did it. Miss Annie First Mil- writes I take great picas-lire in recommending PERUNA. For years I have iiiiflered from Asthma. I was in- duced to try PERUNA. It promptly relieved the and its conlmui.Hl use renders their recurrence less and frequent. lam confident it will cure me Walker j Dear Sir Some two weeks ago 1 had a very peculiar and after few ques- tions were I came to the con- clusion it was catarrh of the stomach of the worst of ten years' standing. The patient had consulted every phy- sician far and near. I persuaded her to try your PfiRUNA and MANAUN. She had been having spasnu every three or four and the fifth dose kept them and they have not returned W. M. large chronic ulcers of fifteen months' arc entirely healed. The pain and itching have all the leg is and I am per- fectly PERUNA is a -wonderful rem- Now Yori LaieEno t sstern RailM The aiU Most Christmiis Gifts We have nil kimls of Picture Frames. ALL THE BOOHDRS1 GROUPS. JAS.S. NO.K16CHKSTNUT STRKKT. J'HILA. FACTORING MAIN OFFICE AND PA. h MAHTTFACTtriiKUS 01'' A Full Line of Brass MalieaWe ana ftw Iron Mm for Steal Water ani Oil. ------ESPECIALLY AJUPTKD------ To the Oil Region Together with a Full Line of OenThe Eral Oil Well Supplies. JARECKI SCREW PLATE AND PIPE WK CAN FL-RJOSH KXTHA DIES FOll SIKErt UNK PIPE AND CASING. 14 Cuts Off ftiul fc No. No. No. No. No. il 12.7.5 1O.OO 18.OO 28.OO 4O.OO 6O.OO mmm u BANKING HOUbKS. NTS PENNA. TUBE WORKS CASINO AND PIPE. BRA.1STCPT STORES PROMINENT POINTS THE EICHBURG AND WARREN OIL FIELDS BRADFORD RIDDELL HOUSE BLOCK. PENKA Si Of I al in -13-6m B III. a.VU DKAI-ERS tM GRAIN ASD ihc iloor of the Chicago 'Traje with i-ronipUit-w lltlcluy. B'.i'1 in Hnulfnnl L. FTIiLEK. Otlico in Oil Eschaiige. 3HAS. H. OUA.IN FllOIiUCKMAKK.KTS. Jan. -Ji. DuK Minnesota extra at 10.35 wiuier wlusul extra round hoop Oliio iti lO'HJS Ht. Louis ftiS'l 10'dJi Hour dull aud t common lu choice extra Options wore in limited demand aiul firm dosing to higher. Spot lots Kosed firm and X to hinlior. Spot sales of No. 2 red uuKraclccl winlor rucl at The only line running Pullman buffet sleeping ami buCet Finokinc solid ti.viu in both flii'Mtious betwcjen Now York auti Uh Double steel mils. house air cars Ugh ted by Miller MI tciy inl aud lemliitg plalibrm and and every modem at So 'iniSjh -10. pliMiioc. Three New York and routes- L m m AAH __J. ___ _ No. -1 iul No. '1 red winter at 8 No. red winter February at dn March April Options wore in modThe Erate demand and firm and to Spot lots flnn bnt quiet and in r. higher. Spot at PAM i-vury lily tlio Itiiilway un SOLICITED. n J1ARRKTS. sales of No. mixed steamer mixed a No. -j mixed at No. mixed Jamuiry at do February at do Maruh at wore quiet closed wUhout much Sput lots closed tirra nr.ti J4o spot sales of No- H vvliite state unxcil 1-Vhnmry at do March ut Wostern at btfllc at and but mess at 76. SO for 50 for tor Kobruary. fair to good reaninR at State at at Stale fit Western llul State at WcRtcrn ut T Jan. There a of the oorjlitiuns wliu'b have torseveml days whoai pork wtnt dnwn iiiict wheat As nsunl curb lirmud tlieenriy nmrkott ayainst n close at s-jjfts Tnen a liivstol in. wur cftdlus vvere n'ul UR- tho via Halamanea uiulthe K. YMP. AO. R. R. aud the Chicago Atlantic Uic Eric Ohlcapo Hue via ihc N. K and the Viitsburg. Fort Wayne i Chicago the Falls via Builaio and tho Grand Trunk raihvay system. Limited Express between New York ami Cincinnati and St. with NO EXTRA CHAKGK KOR FAST O. K. President. P. T. iTutfdcnt. T. JI. Cashier. A. Aasi. Cashier. 0. K. T. C. H. K. R. J. Straight. TRANSACT OENKRAL BANKING EU51NK3H. Make sull ciraits OQ buy and sen Uuiued Slates bonds. G 3O Ceiits pei'- Pound. Sept. 1885. T01RP3EDOBS Cents per Pomia. TO TO m pi at ttiiition given to all buslaoas en- trusted to us loweht rates of charges. FIRST NATIONAL BAM Until further notice Torpedoes of 3O Quarts and over will be furnished in the Northern Oil Field at following reduced where the well owner takes all the responsibility rates f TIME. The only line runnlup Pullman cor.ehcB between New York uud Niagara Falls. Best equipment and train service. Finest scenery. Rates as low as the lowest. Take the Erie. 111 cfli-Ct JilU. 138G. A. SU Pitisburg and Uievelantl limited. trains for points ma clai'.y. ran to where Muy stood a u'vruher market us any- tail uf snow in winter A. AI. Kinross New Philadelphia aim all points Hast. The u. oi. is also ill 13 SaKt. train for EuC'alo and Dunkirk. Runs daily. A. For St. 9 and ali points West. Also lor C'uVC'liLiiu and way stations. daily. F. last train tor with- out Al.so for TUusvillo ana Oil City. Mulanu connections at CarmlHon for New H arris- Boston aud all points East. ARRIVALS. A. From. New York and ail points S. G. Frctident. J. M. Viuo-President W. Oftshlw. T. Vice-1'resident Provident Life C. M. of Karrar A I.. K. Cashier Firbt Nalional B. F. W. C. 0. J. M. H. W. W. Bell. OF SHOTS. 30 40 60 8O 100 Tlio Following Schedule of Prices Will be VI rm VALUE. 46.66 70.00 116.66 Torpedoes from 16 to 30 quarts will be sold at Fifty cents per at well owners' B. ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AT LAW. AS. K. ATTORNKV AND SKI.OK AT room So. 4 Prnrl liners' 1'n. Vublic In Hie H. AND H. Ahk f tlic First ward. The Cony .V.v. i A. Now Turk F.nd aU Also from Mf and Oil City. Oil4 r. all points Wost. Alsn Dunkirk ana wny id train 'iroiu ii tut ions and points Kast oxprcsK trains Brrulfni-i mid OIMMI.I SS at SK Kum rul OFFICK OF Tine DAILY 1 situation st-enin to he tjfd from ilnrinu sc o m 1' H. fli i .1 L '_- Li.it ij i fXi i.-i Com ivrts with iSUmti _ p. M n n part nf Aborts n-i-t-Ipm wurcsmml i P ...................._____ mill thushipna-nt fur PR vnKnrn HP VNTII to us wlK-iit was iniU buyers bi'i the nuirkt-t up Llu-in- CarrOilton io A K. MCSWKEXKY Producers1 TAMKS C. J Solicitor of I'aiontspjid AUoniuy in patent J causes. Konra Ht over Oil Wull Supply tonicr Main and Wftbsttr strs-vts. Bra-J iV-_______________ EOUl-R A- HTURUKON. r LAW. Koorn Oil Mahi ___ __ A_HKd I'A. Uiwo distanced all competitorn in M. H. BYLBB. I Iron Works' Boiler and Ajax Engine imi Biiblor county for Steamiusr in Tliorti Uroekj Bublor county for Steaming Kconomy in Fuel and Durability tUoy have proved themselves uuoqualed. We sold Boilers aud 1O3 Engines iu that Field. 5-9-tr OPK1CK MAtS ST.1 j N. SWKK'I1. OPKICK MA over dmir wini u ichoiic No. RoE wini u ic South S-is-lf I'rovisifiiis v.-erc avd weak the purl oj'tlif ilu-ry WFIS u rtiily nr.il ihu curly rcmiltiffl. The improved tiiy iHijisnrrivlntf up -irgL-nt in tho stability of tho market from shorts out sellers in tiiu unrly TKANK H. Ml'HUOUlL-OmuE OVKK ilnig Orticti 1 in i nntl 7 to p. m. Telephone 7-S M. A. Sq hn to he A flue ted by thegen- it recciverl. The bull senti- no time bten verj' pronounced Jat thtro been a under- and Invars coiitinuo to be of the l.ut just J staying with the short side for a Iractional turn. Mauy traders Sere that the drained apathy which bas idblonu must Fcion iiive place to re- wl activity and that Ihc change will in- w it-itbti Uuiiblit of the jirodncer. fc first saU-rf to-day wcro at RSic. Ke- wto H-iij vahK'H rulliud to but Iktned oiV towurd noon and vibrated jUtwecn SHc. and S3'vc the lial- session. At the close Hoc wan with Hlrong tut1 irtovemvnt muJ CLOSING nlose jump a for for for March lor for for Feb- for May. for for Feh- for May. 811 for 'ja lor a v 5 1 IlJ-fr 57 Babcc.ck......... 02 Kcuilr.il......... 05 Bnicllcird.....Ar'S 0'- BrR'.lfortl.....Lv-6 7 CO u 5o 710 715 Glister CJity 0 57 Howard 7 s Run 7 7 OS Cniwfortl 7 ill fur 511 for Mtiy. 8l5 1'. for 3fi Li Tor for r T jthepnt and call inurket this Ei'bort iiifdniiM HH that culls at arc i insj rates to-day were York rales were -10 in Oil nod in Tide. Oil Citv market closed at Sew York tba clo-sert sales at iuul o tiered. VUlibiuv tun r.vurket closed al ta Hd. rtet this day last voar OLKAEANOKS- JBavrtii'. SHIPMENTS AND CHARTERS. table exhibits tho find lor Jun. and for -Wilo for f -Vi lor May. Xomiiiftl at 81 Jan. 'jn. Steady at 31 10 Wd. Steady al Si 10 M banta for flnished goodfi- 7 i tl H it nv la m p 'J3 .......ill W 0 31 10 'j i jl b 1131 G 10's M a m U35C 1-1 s a in 8 M a m 6 i p m M. M. CORNER PUBLIC ovor.Ha7.nar. Telephone No. Ko. -i-1 Mi'clian.ic 'tfy Kft v J I H i 'i D 6 G Kft G 10 J F 4f i pt I'a. IIOUK. 10 to to -t ar-'l 7 to 0. 7-3 M. from No. 17 IJhmuainjua IMai'C to over Union Main Ktreut. Telephone So. 1U-1. b-2'J W. M. 78 MAIN STRKKT. BKAH- JT. I'a. Toluvnouc 110. 5-H-tf i I .__ ._ __J Alton............. 7 45 ButtCTiUo.....Ari...... 80J S'J2j....... 11 V2 utt....Ar S 8U' 'i rfi n 0 I. 14 J t J Mulir.ont....... 9-13 55fi Clarion H 1i Pi 1 p i 14141- t fl 1 1 4 1 lkil.414 Dit. c. p. _ _ I T OFFICE HOOKS J StfQ to 11 a. m. aud 4 to G aud 7 to 9 P. m. DU. A. H. PIIYSICIAS AND GK r v' It' i- From .JohnsonbnrKb in j L SALK-A fc llnnl tlireu Sevcn and ol' civcn for 1-5-tf THE WAVERLBY HOUSE Y. This well-known Hotel Is now open 10 tho thoroutihly renovated and furnished new throughout. Located at tho corner of STATE STREET AND CENTRAL AVENUE. In the- business street cars pass tho i i P m I i 00 Ll Frcuman...... Klnzua........ JUdcrvillc...... Buttsville....... Alton............. a j b v m p m 000 '1 9 IK liKu t tt -H 42 I 52 17 o VAN' SCOY. OFFICE -iOUTHWEST OOlt- NKH Mechanic and Corydou sircola. Oflicc hours A to 9 u. -l to ti p. 7 to m. Tule- phone'jit. DK. U.G. Jewelry N. W. corucr Main and Ken- uedy strcclu. Entrance on K'.'iinedy St. 7-20-Sm DENTIHTRY. OpThe Era Penna Wilson Black's New Patent Steel Sucker Shannon Wilson's Sucker and Climax Rig Irons are the best in the world and we always have them on hand. Also Rig Connecting Rods. Gall and see Qeo. Allen's Pumping Rig Model. stock always on hand at Edenburg and Bolivar. Lock Box 49. JAMES M. GenThe Eral Corry Pa Tho vetThe Eran machinery U. will attend to aU inquiries at No. 59 Main. Pa. u. GRADUATE BALTI- MORE College of Dental Surgery. Gas. JT and chloroform givcai in oxtractiug. Gold j 75 Main over w ai po -U. OO Lewis Rub..... 965. 58 5 -17 electric HghU mid aU modern convc'.iiciiceB. Terms Per Day. Varney 10-U-tf Howard J'n... CustcrCity..... CJolia'B....... m'a Q-l 1005 3 S 07 5 53 a 3 10'6 05 350 pin 20 Bradford.......Lr.S SIS'lOSOp mia 6ft pmipm KcndHll......... 1-U.i 3 5D'......i...... Babcock......... Limestone...... 5 10i SV5 1'Hl ScntVs. Office hours from 9 a.m. until ap.ra. ii-29 MINING ENGINEER._________ G INK ER. S U R- av.rt uiapping. Office comer School and 3'Ciifl Pa. RAILROAD. Time Table hi eaect 1S85 j P. M.'A. M. P. 7 OOi 1 10' 8 800 a 40i 5 M 4 Q2jlQ 6 5 Uoj ti 10 2 15'. 8 G to........ r. M.A. M..IV. M.IP. M. r. 45 8 25........ .....Emporium..... M- M. ar. 1 lOj 7 u5 12 50 M.jr. M. A. In toniicction with the New Yort Lake Eric f estcru R. 7S9.710 Tolal Shtvnwntt. shipments RaipitaeulP and ttic ift to Jan. and for tht- w 13Ut il SAfpmaiU. --ft_ tU t tu Bradforfl Jau. L to 19 Inclusive. 9M.097 50.110 PBTttOI.ErjM M.vUHET. s'Vht i KEW VoRK- Jft11- h R scare wiiii sales tayf nis'ttuJatljrea-sed nartlv rt hlwest lowest HOTELBRUN8WICU Main Cirrollton.....Ar 5 '9.ra a ma m A. 3 n 4 091..... Mil 24 ipm THOMAS PROP'R. TERMS REASONABLE Ail tho delicacies of the RORSOU. Raton for fami- lies made known ou THE MMEffT CAFE IN THE OIL COUNTKY. Tlie cooking under the oswoutl of the Proprietor. ___ P. L. NO. 3 NEXT UOOK TO CATHOLIC CHUSCH FOKD t Complete Stock of fr- LSO METALLIC CASKETS. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Lota in Oak Hill Cemetery for sale. always in hand. Orders by telephone rromptly attended to. Embalming Uono requested satlefaotion f-15-ir Additional train ioavtaJor-nsonburgSilo p. arrive at Bradford p. m. Buns daily. Runs daily Sunday. time-tables n.nd full nt 'inn depot. JNO. N. fJen'l Passenger A cent. GALLAGHER TORPEDO CO. i 41. N. Y. ERIE Patent Exploding Weight. J. B. Patentee. s n 20' 1UOO P. M. t O jiO .441411 Kevr York Battiraoro IT. A.M. Division. P. M.'AMJA. lY.lA. M. G 41 11 251 9 00' Bcchcetcr 7 4 hOj 5 at CLEVELAND MARIETTA RAILROADS. Time Table In effect July CENTRAL STANDARD TJltE. p.m. p.m. 7 5 oo 8 -M. l 5 11 50 4 30 9 00 Croston. OrrviUe- 8 15 3 15 LY 12 40' 5 CO. G OOi 3 45 Macksbbii 615........'11 S3 WESTWARD. Marietta Macltsburg Cambrlrtgo.. C 7 S 511 6 p.m.' a.m.'a.m. 1 10 9 1 '25 10 w fi Forms ihc gttat tnrough route lo Ihc West. No of cars to Cincin- nati or SU 3 THROUG-H TRAINS 3 With Pullnmn palace sleeping Pnll- SEPT. 1885. THE TORPEDO COMPANY OF DELAWARE. sup- can r ir- nrt n is J plCOPlirO Of ttlC paft-SOnyor hy ford for Kinzi-.a 7 9 15 ft. 4 20 p. C1. Suil- touclilnir an ploclrlr hftll which fa day ivatualoaveBrfiirord for Olean 815a.m. n rlc bel1 WMCU ls ivitu nr H run on .oseni Lime. I'uHmtn Bleeping Care Empor- Philadelphia and on traHif 1 BnffalaTW he thronch route for Colonisis find nrnso nt iSs in' MitmPsotR iff principal Bold and baggago cbeckod to fvlt in i n v Wwws as Low as tHe TWO FART EXPRSS3 TttAIUU EACH WAY EXCEPT Schedule or Through Trains. Nov. 1885. WK3TWAKD. Br'd'Fost. Ex. tLlne Eastern Time. Liuei On aiul aftor Jan. trains will leave Sal- ft'.icn. iis i i UHllj .1 i i i J-d'J LQ. dally a. No. TV daily Through Oar SPBNCE Sole Agents in the Bradford and Allegany fields. Creston Oak Harbor... Toledo............ 1 55'J.O 45' 9 45110 35 3 Ji-2 12 10-11 1 25 a. m. 12 4.r 5 5-5 1 50 p.m.. ip.n. S 9 45 a.m. No. 29. Ko. IW.'Hewark A No. No. 28. a. m. ft. m. p- ra. a m. 4 SO 11 05 Eurou Lv ii 20 ji 50 415 4 00 3 -10 10 50 10 35 10 15 a. m a. m. .Fries Landing.... .6 33 03 47 2 20 Lv.....Nor 7 10 i a. re. 2 40 p. 'Doily. 3. Stop ou Signal. JAMES M. IX Geu'l Pass. Agl. Qeo'I Manager. p.m. 'a.m.'p.m. 8 10 11 45 9 4 on S OQjll 25 ...........Bradford........... j 9 4 2u 0 9 35 L7............KIszua............Ar U 15' G 10 5 TO' 0 ............wcrrra............ G 49 reguiar r l' f i vi i tit U uUi 2 1 12 22 ............Foxbuig........... i 5 06' 4 W No. 1. Pullmau Palace Sleeping Her- G to No. 8. PuUmwi Falaco Sleeping Coaches and gular clay Kow York to Chicago via 1 3 9 05 aud Chicago Atlantic ..Franklin.......... i 3 50j 2 45 i change for any class of Also Pull- man Sleeping Conch Kent to and Com' 12 10 12 ............Parker 5 14- 4 12 y OOj 8 45 Lv...........Pittsburz..........Ari 8 25 7 4C i.EQ.'p.m.1 i.m 3. Gc11 Supt. J. A. Gcn'l Pass'r Ticket Airt. Exchange X. Y. hination Sleeping and Chair Car Kent to via SprinifQe'.tl and I. E. W. R'y. Fullman BnLrct SlecplnR New YorktoSt. via in connection with Ohio Mississippi alsoFullmaii Buffet Sleeping Now York to Solirt Kcw York to consisting of man EieepinR aud hotei co PATENTED APRIL 21sr. 1885. Shou'ul it miss the For kind of torpedoos promptly filfe'd the oil teW. sleeplr.K car on the p. m. fmm Enpcnum to p lplila atd fi-6m Williamopon to wcok N. S- PDGH' GenThe Eral Manager. Before purchasing cull on or aflcircBS F. If. Traveling 132 Main Pa. Or any Local Agent on the and any infor mation desired will be cUeerfnlly given. VV. M. A. E. Geu'l Supt. Ass'tGen'lPass'r Ag't. Ohio. JKO. N. Oen'I Pasu'r g Y New York. We will furnish producers of the Bradford and Allegany Oil Fields with Torpedoes at prices which defy competition. Prices and terms made known at the office. MAIN 57 Main Pa. LOOK BOX TELEPHONE NO. 214. II. M. c. Branch Jarecki Store. N. Y. i   

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