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Petroleum Centre Daily Record,
Pet. Centre, Tuesday Jan. 12.
Time of Closing ITJalle.
P. O., rmOLBCI CllKTBl, fV, I
JULI IBsf. 1808. (
Until farther nolle the nails will arrive at and
depart ton (kit oflroe as illowi :
South M Bast, via. Irvlaetou, 10 M A. M.
Sonth ud Wnl, Headline, 5.18 P. M.
Berth and bVut, " Corry, J n
Sooth xl Went, 1,46 A. X. '
tVmd Hum and Wert, SO P. M.
Nortoj East aad Wt, 10.00 A.M. 1
-t. .A H- B. iILAC1O.0N, P. M.
. .. Ulvtno Service.
.. , ..PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Preschlntat It o'clock A. M., and 7
o'iif r. m. " - r
. Kit. J. T. Oxtobt, Pastor.
M. E. CHURCH.
Pervioc every Sabbath at 11 A. II. and
t P. M. .'Sabbath School at twelve o'clock
M. Beat Free. A sordini Invitation
atontled to all.
' Risv. C. M. Hbakd. Paitor.
. 8T8. PETER AXP PAUL'S (CATHOLIC)
- . CHCRCn.
i Mas at 10 a. in.
Yeaeer and Benodiotloa of tbe Blessed
Baerament at 4 p. in.
Cateshlsrn at 2 p. rn.
' JAMES DUNN", Pastor.
Tub Maine Scnatorhhip. A Washing
ton dispatch says: "Mr. Pet, of Maine,
- arrived here to-day frnin Aiiguata. He soys
tbat but for the fact that between Mr. Ham
lin and Mr. Morrill, Mr. Fessenden preferred
the latter, Mr. Morrill would have been at
leaat ten roles stronger. '. Mr. Fessenden
' had a very bllter personal quarrel with Mr.
- Hamlin In tbe Inst Senatorial fight In which
ha was elected over Mr. Hamlin by aid of
Mr. Lincoln's patronage. . A I though Mr.
Morrill baa no sympathy with Mr. Frssen
den' conservative notion; yet 'so bitter Is
tbe hostility 1o Mr. Fessenden, since bis
voto on impeachment, that men vote fix
Hamlin to get the nearest approach they
can Jo ft blow at Fessenden. Mr. Peters
thinks tbat ant a single member of the Leg
islature Is friendly to Mr.Fesaenden. Tel
egrams tliit evening say tbat tbe friends or
Mr. Morrill do not concede tbat the caucus
nominated Mr. Hnmlin, but adjourned sine
die without declaring any one nominated,
and that they will probably elect Mr. Mor-
' rilt In joint assembly of the Legislature."
It seems that IUmlln is determined oot to
retire from po l icr. He was iu public life.and
bsfore the reop'o In nne way and anoller,
for about thirty years. In bin younger days
be was a member of the Democratic pnrty,
and fought bis way to a position in the
front rank or that organization while
nearly nil the leaders of tie purty were ar
rayed against him, and they commanded
".Wealth Bud talent, but ha successfully bat
tled with tiiem. He had a Hrm hold upon
slje mass uf the party, and with tho yeoman
ry at bis back he feared not the leaders.
. In convention he could always depend upen
and control tho country delegates, and
. snap bis Bugers at the smart lawyers from
town who might think to bead him off. He
worked bis way into the lower bouse of
Congress, and previous to the year 1650, be
was elected to till out an unexpired term in
the U S. Senate, occasion! d by tbe death
of Senator John FairOeld. In the summer
ef the latter named year he was nominated
by the Democratic legislative caucus, for
the full Senatorial term succeeding tbe one
he was then serving out. This nomination
was bolted by a certain number of Demo
cratic imm'iers, ostensibly on account of
Hamlin's free soil proclivities, but really
tho bolt was got up by lending politicians to
' crush Hamlin. The light lusted all summer.
' but Anally be was elected, the free roil
memtiers going in for him at tbe eleventh
hour, "At tho time a prominent Democratic
politician of that day, but who has not
made a very prominent figure lien Wig
gin, was bis name made tbis remark:
-.-mx yams win soon rou round, l am
worth forty lliouannd dollars, nnd I IJ spend
every cent ot it, before that d J Hamlin
shall bo elected Senator again." Alar, for
human calculation. Six years did soon
loll round. lu 1G, Hnmlin went ho urn
to It .line, severed his conuectitin wilti lli
Democracy, tin.) wenl into the Republican
rsinp with twenty-five thousand follower.
lfe was elected tiovemor of lh Stale
ly a majority . o' twenty thousand
1 be LegiMUluio wa overwhelmingly Re.
publican, uml Ilunliir was returned to the
Si nu'o with scarcely u show if opposition
lien Wiguiit'j forty iiiousund do I Inn-couiitN'l
liavo done muck towaid stinimln such a
eurovit of popular opinion; Willi Jlr.
lUml'u.'a siilii-efi'ient career every one is
..f.iniiiijr.. tn the HiSlitof subsequent events,
no doubt a !ar.e mnjntily ut ller.nlilicai.s
iiiioii'-.nMit the country regret exceedii g'y
thai he was not re-nini:uated with Mr Lin
coln in 1864. We say nothing aa to Mr.
Hamlin's political belief. There are many
characteristics of the man tbat we admire.
Ho la a true friend, and a bitter enemy; be
never forgets a fa?or, aad la slow to forget
injuries. By force of energy and native
talent, be worked his way up to the second
bighest position within tbe gift of tbe peo
ple of this country, and to those who are
familiar with his early political struggles,
bis success seems to be somewhat remarka
ble. He has a national reputation, while
the wkole pack of political tykes who
growled and snarled at bis heels twenty
or thirty years ago, have lank into obscuri
ty. We hope that Mr.. Ham'in will auccayd
in this Senatorial contest, purely out of per
sonal regard lor the mau.
Tib BcitKtxa Well. A correspondent
of tho Clarion Banner says: -'The burn
ing well on Sandy Creek, Ashland town
ship, is certainly a curiosity worth visiting.
As the light of this well is seen by most
people in Clarion and Venango counties, n
short description of it may not be entirely
uninteresting to tbem. Before this well
caught fire it continued to throw water to a
great height. It was then called tho "flow
ing well." Two years ago, this winter, aa
tbe water fail , all around, it froze nod
formed a huge mass of ice with a hollow In
tbe centre. This tnass of ice was very beau
tiful to behold. Many persona cauio from
far and near to sea it, and all persons visit
ing it at tbat time, 'were certainly well
paid for their trip. But shortly eftor, some
one changed the scene by lighting the gas.
which burned above tbe falling water and
anon melted tbe mats of ice. The flowing
well was changed to the burning well.
Thus it burned and permitted darkmsa o
come "so far and no farther," until' abi lit.
five weeks ago a company of men came oil
and undertook to control tbe gns and take
out the eld tools, which remained in the
well. . Tbey have not been able to get out
all the tools as yet, but they have tuned
tie well, and intend putting down another
well near'lt, by using a part ol tho gas of
this well as fuel, and tbe balance ut the
gaa tbey have conducted by tubing to tbe
top of the. derrick ' where it burns
constantly and causes tho bright light seen,
by all within a range of twenty-live or thir
ty miles of the well. ":
Some evenings it seisms muoh brighter
than on others. This is owing to the
darkness of the night, and more especial y
to the clouds which may be on-r or on the
opposite side of tbe well, which H brightens
up with a bright quivering light. Alreiry
there is a great deal of land .taken up by
leufe on this stream, and we look upon llii.
territory as very valuable for oil mining
J.N- the cenire of the largest valley in the
great Horse Shoo(Basin of the Rocky Moun
tain, in tbe Territory of Montana, there
stands a remarkable land mark.caltcd '-Hea
ver Head Rock." It overhangs a river ol
that name, measures 150 feet in ceijht.a'id
la visible for fifty miles tip and down the
stream. The traveler, trapper, or emigrant
who has safely escaped through Dakota and
reached this apot, although at the base of
the Rocky Mountains, may gaze upon nav
igable waters that reach to the Gulf or Mex
ico. Tdim morning at about three o'clock, a
serious accident occurred on the Allegheny
V alley Railroad, about eighteen miles be
low Franklin. Tbe engine on tbe passen
ger train, bound np, ran out of Bteam, and
the train was run into by a freight train
coming up. The sleeping car in the rear was
anaahed up. A lady passenger was severely
injured. 8be is said tu bo the only person
injured. We are unable to leant any fur
ther particulars in regard to the accident.
Tub three orphan children of tbe late
Augustus Dickens have been placed by the
probate court of Chicago under the guar-
d a ishlp of .!, L'nton JWaterf, Kso,., an old
and at ttehed friend ot the family. Mr. W.
was formerly from Salem, Mau. He will
undertake the charge of the children until
their friends in England shall indicuto what
their future is to be.
Ox Thursday evening Sherry's Jiew York
Theatre opens at the Opera House. This
company will draw well. Shorry is very
popular In tills community. We do not
know how-long the company will remain
Tiik telegraph informal! si hat the oil inai
ket in firm and advancing, all around. Xw
in lh time lor producers to organize an
association for the ptirpoan uf prtteeling
themselves against excessive low prices
in the Inline.
Wk nro iLt'ormod that tie 1. & E. Rail
road bridge at Warn-n, ws-i carried away
by a liesio t on Saturday.'
In MiiiM-iitieuce uf tbis ilm En pie Line
citiii.it transport ii I to hv York that way.
Tiikkh was a henry snow Monti iu- tb s
r :ion "ajt night.
Som illiterate fellow writing from New-
York to Mr. O'Byrne, TwicbelM counsel,
Philadelphia, states that bef ktl'ed Mrs.
Hill, and tbat Twicbell is inno&nt ofthe
MINT. - ' '
Columbia borough, at the ether end of
tbe Heading and Columbia Railroad, held
a municipal election last Monday. Last
winter the town was carried by the Demo
crats. This year the Republicans have
made a clear sweep, of Chief Burgess and
nearly all tita candidates at majorities
ranging from 73 to 100. , ' "
. A very large deposit ot iron ore bag just
been discovered on tbe farm of Tysber
Slllzel, Esq.; In Meiden creek township,
Berks county. It Is first rato hematite, and
I found within a few feet or the surface, and
extend over a range of at least thirty acres.
The deposit Is said to be equal In richness
and abundance to tbe Moselem ore banks.
Alvln Congdon, a resident ol Evansburg,
Crawford county, tell from the platform cf a
car nt the Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot,
Harritburg, 6n Friday, 'aad was run over
by a shifting engino and instantly killed.
Deceased, who was about forty-lire years ot
age, was traveling for bis health.
Maria Bromley, living with bcr cousin
Wilder Haseu, in Homo township, Crawford
county, committed suicide on Tuesday last,
by taking morphine. Cause refussl of ber
cousin to marry ber.
C. S. A. McAran, a prominent young
journalist of 1'biiadelphl, died in that city
on Friday of consumption. Ho was a Well
known war Correspondent.
Governor Geary I eld a reception at the
ecmire Mauslor, Ilatrislutrg. on Thur?-
duy tvcniiij!. wbicli Was largely attended.
- W. E. Rmiclc, a respectable citizen of
Enrt tovn'h!i, Lancaster county, commit
ted imHti'iii on VJ uelay by banging hiin
s If from an apple tree. No cause is assign
ed lor the act.
Louis B. Davis, who is under sentence of
death at Cleveland, for the murder uf David
P. Slnner last September, formerly lived in
Shaffer on Oil Creek.
The Clearfield Journal says: "The pros
p ect for a large quantity of square timber
being run down Ihe river, in tbe spring, is
rather problematical; We have no definite
data us to the supply likely to be on hand,
but. if we nro portnitted to jude "from the
meugre information now before no, . we be
lieve the quantity will be quite limited. ;
Between eight and nine o'clock Thursday
nluht, two separate, attempts at incendiar
ism were perpetrated. iu F.riei The batu of
the Tremont llonse, on Peach stieet. u
tired. The flume '.verw discovered instant
ly and extlnu'iixbed. A few minutes after
ward a store in the vielnity was found on
lire by a clerk, nn l likewiie extinguished.
In both casus kerosene nil was used. The.
ftji'c: is not known. The iuceudiaries have
not been apprehended
nenry R. Pierson, President nrthe Brook
lyn City Railroad, bss sccopted the office ot
financial manager of the Chicago and North-
western Railroad, and will make the city of '
vntcngo nis iHture home.
The New York fribtiae supports Marshall
O. Roberts for United States Senator. The
."Uui understands there is a movement on
fot to bring fotward Hon. Ransom Balcnm,
J ud go ot I Be Sttpieme Court in the sixth
district, as a fourth or Of tb competitor.
A fire in Illinois, on Friday, destroyed
the clothing and furnishing bouse of Stein,
hoinier & Marks and three saloons. Total
los.i $10,000. Insurance $20,000.
At S.in Franclsso, Saturday, John Dixon,
a recent arrival from Australia, and former
ly clerk In the Oriental Bank of Melbourne,
was arrested for forgery. Ho bad on his
person at tho timu of his arrest. . letters uf
credit, and bills of exchange amounting to
A Harvard College student, named
Alger, while passing through Havoihill
street, Boston, Saturday, engaged in on al
tercation with an old man named Maxwell,
and after talking to him in ad Insulting
manner, slapped him In Ihe face.- The old
man resented by drawing a large jack-knilo
and plunging it once or twice into the stu
dent's bowls, causing wounds which are
likely to rovo Utah Maxwell was urreal
ed. Tuk Chineio and Japanese passes voices
of low power, feeble compass, whining iu
tone, and having a metallic twang. I i In
dia and Burmali, the voice is not powerful,
but thrill, soft and feminine; that of tiin In
habitant ot the hills is more robust than
that of the inhabitants uf tie plains. The
European unions posse i-rong, power! ul,
sonoioun, clear voices. T'm Germans p r
es the most pnweitul voices in Kuropw.luit
not as owo.ful in d ose of llio Tortus. -Sir
Duncan Gibb, Vice President of the London
Anihiopoloji-al Society, has niado thete
Goon Auvii k. Aii ruse in the ltKi-nttp
' - SENATE
f! Washington, Jan, 12.
Senator Chandler presented a joint resolu
tion or the Legislature of Michigan urging
the pressage of the copper tariff bill, now
pending in the Senate. Laid on tho table
and ordered primed.
Mr. Fre'inghnvsen presented a petition
of citizens uf Georgia sotting forth that it is
Impossible lr avowed Union men tn live in
the rural districts of tho State; that it is
impossible to bring le justice l!io murderers
of Union men; that intimidation and force
has been used to make a certain class of
Citizens vote contrary to their Interest; that
palpable violations of tie J-'otirtoentB
Amendmont are constantly, occurring, that
legislation of some kind is absolutely neces
say to remedy tbis state of things. Referred
to the Judiciary Committee. 11
II. V. Millor presumed the credentials ol
the Senator elect from Georgia, whio'.i was
referred to the Committee on Credential.
. Mr. Ilendrick's presented a remonstrance
against Increasing ihu duties on iron nnd
steel. Referred to tbo Committee on Com
merce. The Senate then took up the bill for tbe
relief ol Sao Murphy.
ttot'SE. . . yj
Under call of States a large number of
bills and resolutions were introduced for
reference only, including the following:
By Mr. Lincoln, to amend tho act of Jul;
20, 1808, regaluting pension to widows and
minor children ut'ileeoaaed soldiers. Refer
red to the Committee on Pensions. - -
By Mr. Schotield. to release troui liability
the sureties ut disitlleis of petroleum when
the principals have failed iu consequence of
removal of tsx on oil nt the last teaaion.
Referred to lti Committee en Way and
By Mr. Kelly, to authorize gold contracts
on the basts efthu relative varne of gold
and United State nole. Referred to the
By Mr. Butler u bill to aid in the adminis
tration of justice in tho . JStnte or Virginia.
ReleireQ to the Committee on Reconstruc
tion. The bill recites that a largo majority ol
tje Judges of the r'lale Uol.ns ate disquali
fied under the ruiirlveiuli Article ot Ihe
amendment to Ihe C'o'isiuutiou; t'ini tte
l liited States Courts in that Stale aredi--cliurgiug
Inm punishment criminal con
victed ol murder because of Ihe (lisnuiiliuYa-
tion of such Judges: that m ich eourusion is
butug caused tl.nvoy iu tL.f administration j
ut justice and in Ihu title to real talnf. 1; ;
therefore provides lor the suspension uf judg- i
menu and decivis until the questluu ol tbe I
validity of the Courts urisltig from such die
qiialillcatiuns be determined In tho supreme
Court of the United Status, all cause l. f.ne
which Courts tu be continued, but no lurth
or proceedings bud until such decisions is
By Mr. Robison, for the acknowledgement
of the independence uf Cu!'a nr securinif Its
annexation to tbe United States wilhoi.t
purchase. Referred to Committee ot. For-1
eign Affairs. - - " - - ' ' !
Tho morning hour havlne expired, ' Mr.
WasULurn, uf Ind., lntroiined a bill repeal
ing the act regulating tho tenure i( certain
civil efJkvrs, pased Maich .21, 13G7... end
moved the previous question on its patsage.
The previous question w-as seconded.
The bill pushed yeas. 121. nays, 47.
. LETT I n FltttM lUltKlmilTtt:.
n.vtii-.isui'Hil, Jan. 8.
The Senate organized on Tuesday at 3
o'clock, W. Worthington. uf Chester, being
elected Speaker, and George W. Iiuin
The House orgmizml at 12 o'clock, Col.
John Clark bring elected Speaker, and
James L. .-V.fiiilge, Clerk.
The hours uf meeting have bun. fixed
at elevea to one o'clock, so that our Salons
will have ahuti'lanl lime to attend to com
mittee duties, and tnltlclent leisure for so"
cial enjoy men t during the urduoua session.
The pasting and folding applets to be
quite a "big I'ling," usthere.is considera
ble of a Hplit over H. A resolution author
ising the Final ce Committee lo receive pro
posals fi r the wuil;. was loa'.
The Senatorial question is settled. John
Si-ott, ol' Huntington, is Ihe man, as you
will ptubably bear before getting this letter.
The weather is mom like unpleasant
spring thnn uiid-n Inter. Tbo snow hasal-
lnost entirely disappeared and the Struct
are muddy and disagreeable. - - ViMiKX.
A gentleman who bus lately explored Ihe
inlands of Pyramid Lake, in Utah, which are
avoided from some superstitious fear by tbe
Indians, says it is impossible in the incuba
iug season to walk en the island without
stepping on tbo egg' of gulls, duck'-, pell
cans, and other aquatic fowl. Two small
rocky islands are alive with rattlesnakes,
which bask In the shade of almost evtry
stone; so that mi intruder Is often treated
to a serenade by a lz n or moro rattles or
various decrees f power and shades of
Co-incidiinly with the Oct. eartbqnnk in
California, tiieru wero shocks in many nan
(of Mexico, some of; which were severe
enough ut the capital. if not at other plauea,
to materially injitio house and -alarm the
. Juhn, H. tiiirrutt U said to.bewritinga
History ut ins uventiiit lite tor tuo last lour
M All It IK D.
l;tM.ifltMi:-J!cO iltMK. K. In ibis place J.n.
11. I-.'-:', lijr l;m. .ni-. I u in, Mr. Miilmui Iiln2i',sn
and Mm, lii ig -t Met riuh.t:, all ,- I'c o.- nw
Rat, Care. Boota and Ihoea-A larr
assortment at REYNOLDS, BROOHBAD A CQ'g,
No. It Centre Stress, opposite. th Tost Office, oil
Hardware-A large assortment of which Is
twin closed out at reduced rates at KKYNOMIS,
BRoDflEAD A.CO'a, No. 11 Centre Bt, oSpotits
ths Past Offlca, Oil Citv , Ps.
Alisha. This Is a newly discovered artlels to be
used for a hair dressing, which Is said te be snparl.
or to anything of th kind yet placed before tut pub.
lie. . ft renders tbe hilr srt and glnsr, and will, It
Is said, eauso the hair to irrow en sculpe whirs hnv
lout lacked sasb a eaverlng. It Is not properly a
hnlr dye, and fe It will mi nnsrate on the reots or
the same when applies) as to restore. It to its origin,
al color an loxurmnrV In a very hrlsf pvrlod of
time. It ts beyond question, a very superior thine
and will more than till Ihe expectations of any ui.e
who may nnrrhnse 't-SyracnSe Paper. Try Hcw
ard s t'ottsli Cu e. It is the best. A. D. MILI.KIt Jfc
CO., Whnleaala and Retail Drugglats, Agents for
1'etrolouin Centre, Pa. no13 lni.
'' - - v
Beautiful Slipper Patterns at A. S. Smith's Boot
4 Shoe Store. - . necjs.tf.
' EjrfrAN'CT GOODS, al descriptions, whale
saleand rotail, to.- Holiday lrwenti. at
A. D. MILLER A CO.'S.
Crockery For ill kinds to to REYNOLDS,
nitODHKAD A CO'., No. 11 CeDtro otmt, oppo
site tho Post Office, Oil City, I'a.
Dry.Gooda, a largo staci at REYNOLDS,
BRODI1EAD A CO S, No, 11 Centra St, opposite
the Post Offlce, Oil City, I'a. . .
t3T LABIK withiog to make aa appraprlslo
pieeent, .will find beaattrul SLIHl'KR PATTERNS
at A. 8. SMI ril'S Boot A Shoe Store doolStf.
BIRD CAOKS, wholesale and retail.- Thirty
four different st) las to arrive thii week, nt
A. ). MILLER A CO.'S.
1,501) rol'e WALL PAPER received this day
A. II. Mil. I. Kit A errs.
!Vew 1-lour, Feed nnd Cirocery
.1. . f:: atjifii,
. At the OLD DANK ni'.LMNci. n; M.tlN T.
eppus'te tbe ycClintuek Houn,- haa ua hand m
Urseand tl.st ciaM stuck i.f i'lour, I'vcdl and
Grorrt-lca, w'.i cli he Is i.lllrgt at a lo'.v flgaro.
w Don't forget (ho pli'.e.- where A, 1. t'otlon
A Company lii.,l:enii. . .inui-tf.
M.f'll and examine tlw n-ni aes-irtinent rf
SJMITK3 I'AlTEIrNS nf .. S. SnlUh'a B .t
A iavgo a.e Mlne nt of PINK rEWED B )3TS st
A 9. Smith's Runt A Shoe N'ur-j. i!:15 :L
l)IAXlKSfor'-.t9af . T Mlt.t.KFl A OlfS.
j Carut'i, uf erery qtnilly snd d sc rlpllon, .it
ltEYNy,l-iHUOI'lIAD -k Vtl'S,. N'3. It Ceulra
Street, oppiw.t ' tliu I' . t).. t)H City, I'.l.
CANAKY B1UDS, l.e.t tiimma Imported, nhole
a'.cauil reiall, at A. I). MM. I.Kit A CJ-'S.
Excclaioi, llilliurtl ltii lors.
To sdJiiv a aVil'.'litnil and nu'et i-aine ol ItiHlntds,
?: tw A. O. , K-tni'-nuu's KtMhluiinl:c Itillia'd I'ar
ors. on U'Hhiri-:t.m Street, aexl d.-is- ti the Hnrli
eete'r llin-o. 'fhe-e l'ari..rt are wlihlti s .hott tiiif
tanci of tooit of Hie priticiii.il hotele in Petroleum
Ceutrit mar a tr.
PAPErl A.NO K.tVliL'll'KSaJ A. D"jnLLEK
A CO 'S.
TIIK plaro I- luwn to grt a pair of Boot
made of the heat stock, that will wear woll, snd
warranter tn nt, l st,JT.'.. (laarr'sr Fn-li.
losnb'e Prot Slp, Wahtiu;tou Sti cei, Polroltinm
Centre, Pa. ;ivc Mm a tilal. ee;I0 tr.
CIGAItS AND 1XIBACCO nt A. 1. MILLBIt A
new ADVEirnsiMjy r.
ri'HK ftillowleg rerions will msio ip i'li attain
I f.,r l.irllM Mt tlta .l..tt..-1-tf f.H M. .1. . .t .n-.
ol Quarter Peielonit
A. .1. chrlatev Vlthole. Whe'esa'e.
Hanuel Hleo, Plorrer. VI-nIjitilv.
J It. V.cl ou, t'oiajilaalei- tp., it.taura t
janK-a. . J. II. SlIITil, Cim'Jc.
IVsuIiinton Sircot, oppaaito
iliu Opora lluusce
PETROLEUM CENTIlKj PEN N'A.
- i e i - t .
I have put In a good stnc't of Tiiditis ant?
Driving Horses, whielt I will let on- '
Alto, Cuttora, WugoiiN. prills
HOUSES boaided aud fud and best of cure gn.ir
aotenl. , .
JauO tf ! . '4. SMA0Lt.
NEW S TORE '
Hour, Feed a n 'I dlcntr.il
Kui;iiiTirs, & tiie,
llexim; located In rtrainro OcBtre, ..with a large--,
. . toc.kof
. . ' TOGETHER WITH I
FLOUR &c FEED
of varlmis brands. Invite Ihe mtrnllon of the eltt
sens Iu ar.d alMnit I'utroleuni It-litre to rail and rx
ainfaie ihclr stock. Ttiev have on hand and will
coiitiiiiio to koy a large nnd cholic lot of
atdwll makeespecialitf of HOT snd PKKD,
their fsrlliilus licnu sneli that thuv can compete
suR.-essfuily with auy iuniseou ihu (Wk.
KEMKMBEK THEIR tflMND. OPPOSITE TUB
tt. KLiN -iivsvprrr,
M. KI.IVittVSMI I'll.
iir n. b. iioiitinu ! .