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Petroleum Centre Daily Record.
!. Centre, Taeodar. Feb. 98.
Ma af Cloalna Malta.
P. O., F mottcn Cmmta. Pa,
Jolt STbt. imb I
" 'tother aetlo the o!li will anlta at and
aeaart M tale eflee w follows :
Seat and But, Ha. L-rinetoo, 10.lt A. at.
Beam and West, MetArUle, 4.1 p. M.
Boata aad Wart, 1.41 A. M.
ttv Ik aid West, l p. jf.
Horta, last and Wart, 10.00 a. at. ,
H. B. BLACKMOlt, P.lt,
Pnatking at 11 a'oloek A. M., aod
'Imi P. If.
JUt. J. T. Oitobt, Putor.
M. X. CHUROn.
semees every Sabbath at 11 A. M. and
7), P. M. Sabbath School at twelve o'clock
H. 8Mb Fro. A cordial loTitatlon
xteodod to all.
' Bbt. C. U. Hbahd. Putor.
8Tf. PETER AND PAUL'S (CATIIOLICl
Mass at 10 a. m.
Vespers and Bcnadictloa of tba Blessed
Saoramont at 4 p.m.
Cateshleta at 1p.m.
JAMES DUNN, Pastor.
A hak Dftmad Mlcbaal Mulrlhlll waa ar
retted np town oo Saturday night by Dep.
ntj Sheriff Kinney, on luiplclon that be
bad been engaged in the robber of a store
at Corry, aometlme alnco. and more recently
breaking into and robbbing tba Poat Office
at Bbamborg. Ha waa examined tbii morn
ing before Juatice Donaghy. The evidence
ebewa that ba wai implicated In the rob
bery ee far a to receive eome of the atelen
good, knowing them to ha aueh tt. ...
committed In default of $300 bail. Some
mutilated terlp and a qnantity of keys,
with a large pair of blaekimlth ' plnobers
were foil ad on bis person.
Tuckers T avers that "ooe of the great
leoeflis a young man may derive from wo
men's tolty la, that he Is bound to be re
spectful lo them. Our education makes of
s the moat eminently aelBab mea in tbe
world. We light for ourselves; wa push for
otirsalres; we yawa for ourselves, and light
ur pipes, ana say we won't go ant: we pre
fer ourselves and our eaae; aod tbe greatest
gand that comas to a man from woman'a so
ciety is, that ha has to think of somebody
Besides himself somebody to whom be is
bound to ba constantly atlontlve and re
Tn second new well or Messrs. Dickey 4
Patterson, en lease 16. pierson Farm, waa
rased yeaterdsy, and began pumping oil
ibis morning at about 4 o'cloek. and by 9
o'clock was doing at the rate of 100 barrels
per day. Tneae gentlemen bad great faitb
in being on the bell, aa they put up a
double rig, aod put down two wells at tbe
eame time on Leasee Nos. 10 end 16,' just
south of the Vera and Disk well. .
The production lhe pjers0n Farm is
now 850 barrels per day. . f.
Titers is a rumor in town that a prize
fight eame off at tbe Rattleanake School
House, en tbe I'lumer road, between a man
by tbe name of Mace, and another, whose
name la not mentioned, for a purse of $1,000.
It is said that Muce whipped bis antagon
ist. If tbero ts any truth in this story, the
matter baa been sooduatod very quietly, but
we ara Inclined to doubt tbe whole story.
GasTLBMRjf this spring will wear coals
with a wide rolling collar, cut away to same
extent and about aa abort as usual. Vests
will be mostly tingle-breasted, open low
enough to admit a fair view ol tbe shirt
bosom. Puma will be aa snug in th leg aa
ever. Tbo new spring overcoat is sow
thing between tbe regular oroicoat and a
Tub new well or Dickey and Patterson
now oarriea I he bream or the Piersou Farm.
It ia doing about sixty barrels per day.
Tho Vera & Blake well, No. 1, was doing
about sixty barrel per day a week ia, and
basl'iillen off n production just about oue
barrel per dy.
The Philadelphia North Amorlean gives
tbn inllowing startling Intelligence:
'Two now oil wells, which nnoin from
sixty to t-i.'lity gallons dully, Uvu hem
struck near Plenintville, Pa."
Victoria's eldest daughter, who advoca
cy uf wnni in i.!t".n,;e wu clirohH-li'd a (lay
or two njn. ! an utiennimoi) smart young
woinan. hlu pniina wim (test skill, and
ai.vi ciiipji," an Arte. nas Ward would any.
Homy Ward Uenvher ia sica of I'tner nt
bi reani.-nr' ii, . ik .-"i, u.u .vat i en
trwu l of his rev t.
Oil. C1TT CORREaPOTOERCE.
Oil Cxtt, Feb. 22.
On Saturday George C. Jlohr, was ar
rested an a warrant issued by Justice Hoo
ten for aggravated assault and battery and
surety of the pence on the body sf J. C.
Morrity. He wss bsld to bail to appear at
tbe April term of the Court of Quarter Ses
sions In tbe sum of $500. Mohr charges
Morrity, aa importation from Chatham
street "(heap bargains In clothing mine
tear." with forestalling bim in resard to
rent of premises occupied by Mebr. He
alan eharvea the 'shean clotlifna-" man
with atrlklae- the first blow In tha "Utile
mill" which ensued on Thursday evening,
aod wbicb resulted In bis beiig whipped
There is much Interest felt In the late
strikes on Seneca street. Several wells are
coins down. We notiea two lots advertised
for sale or lease in the neighborhood of the
Hicks and Knox well. Application to be
made at tbe Drug Store ol John M. Davits
A Co., Bissell'sBlosk.
Mrs. E. S. Brandon has commenced elv
ing lessons in vocal musio and tbe piano
forte at Oil City, en Saturdays between the
hours of 9 a. tn. and 4. D. m. Mrs. B. is a
worthy lady and eminently qualified as a
teacner in these Branches.
Yesterday the Rev. W. MoNabb nreached
an eloquent sermon ta a large congregation
at the united rresbyterian Cbureb, on the
bservanee of tbe. Sabbath, from the text,
not negleeting to assemble yourselves to
Tbe Rev. John L. Finucine, of Mead-
ville, preached at St. Joseph's Church
in tbe morning and evening. Tbe subject
in tbe evening was the Eucharist. Tbe
Rev. gentleman is an orator whose lan.
enage is choice and eliesnt. and whose ges
tures ara nataral and entirely free from tbe
embarassment wbtob too often mars pulpit
The Vespers were nine bv a delegation of
the venango (Jonnty Musical Association.
in fine and spirited style. Among tbe sing
era were Mrs. S. C. Nicklin, Miss Emma
Henderliter, Miss Frankie Harding, Prof.
N. E, Skinner, Musical Director, S. C.
Nicklin. Alf. Ormston, S. M. Sharps, ete.
Mrs. Nicklin, Organist of St Josenb's
Cbureb. played tho accompaniment with
Navigation is still epsa. and steamers are
making their regular trips. Jcan.
For " Every Day Comfort," nee the Great
xosemtte uttters." feb20-tf.
Dates Irom tbe City of Mexico to tbe 13th
are received. General Negrolo on tbe 3d
captured tbe city of Puebla. He issued a
proclamation, but evacuated the city on the
6tb, on tbe approach of Government troops,
takiog the road to Matamoras. General
Bardi. of the Government trooos now holds
Pueblo. Tbe report tbat Porflrlo Diaz waa
implieatedlin this movement is untrue. The
revolutionists at San Martin on the 6th
levied a forced loan of $200,000 on the
merchants. Tbe revolutionary ftenaral
Zpata, at Sisal, bad fled, General Vargas
having attacked tbo Insurgents. The Insur-
reclloa in Yucatan was local merely. A
revolution was expected at Guaduiaxara.
There was considerable trouble between the
civil authorities. Tbe Governor baa ra.
signed, and tbe Courts had declared tbelr
Inability to administer justice. A ravoln.
tion has also broken out at Nueva Leon.
Quroga, with 1,280 well armed men, bad
pronounced in favor of Santa Anna. It was
reported that General Corona would be ap
pointed Minister to Washington. General
Canto bad arrived at Durango.
A Nashville dispatch says: Tbe procla
mation of Governor Brownlow, declaring
martial law in tbe counties of Overton, Jack
son. Maury. Giles. Lawrence. Gibson. Mailt.
son and Haywood, and ordering General
touper to send militia to tbem, wbicb ex
cites much unejsinuas. Thoughtful men
Four It is the commencement of serious
troubles in Tennesson. . General Cooper
is an experienced soldier, and may avert
tbe danger apprehended.
Ir General Debility is ''what's tho mat'
ter," use. the Great Yosemite Bitters, tf.
Tub Russian Czxr's lovely young daugh.
ter, it appears, has not only to graduate in
theology before she can ascend tbo Bavari
an throuo.but she has likewise to go through
a severe course of musical instruction ere
she can bops to secuie the affection of her
royal fiance, who, it Is said, broke off his
marriage witn tbe present Duoliesa ol Alen
c.ii because she would not admire tbe
The "Fat Contributor'' thinks that the
poem of Enoch Ardou has encouraged hun
dreds ol dead husbands to return aud annoy
their families, who would otherwise have
kept away. The Euoeb Arden of real life,
he :yi. is usually a soalawag, and comes
li arnggml, dirty, and drunk,
Tho will of Jonathan Burr, tbo Chicago,
millionaire, li mysteriously missin;.
The Chicago lake froit and harbor bill
was passed by tbe Illinois Legislature on
A. Mr. Laider fell In front of a train of
cars at Rockford, III., oo Saturday, and was
In Jacksonville, III., on Friday evening
a drunken man named Louis 1 aul, while
carelessly handling a revolver, shot and
mortally wounded Peter Wsgner.
Tha irlr nf tha Piatril Pacifla Railroad
Is again clear, through the deepest snow of
There have been no Indian troubles in
Nevada for some time.
Ir vou have the Liver Comnlalnt. use J.
W. Downer J: Cs.'s Great Yosemite Bit
Tbe New York courts are very busy just
now. On Saturday alz counterfeit mnnev
dealers were sentenced ta tbe penitentiary
for different terms. Edwin R. Lee, charged
witbsteslfng $40,000 worth of bonds from
the President of tbe Star Insurance Com
pany, was committed for trial In default of
$40,000 bail. McLaughlin and Shaw, who
made false affidavits against Collector of In
ternal Revenue Bailey, were sentenced to
five years each in the penitentiary.
Tbe sensation story that yoang Jeffards
was the murderer of Dr. Burdell. is com.
pletely disproved by his counsel.
St. Louis Is being stiDDlled hv Tlllnnla
with large quantities of contraband whisky.
Tbe subscription books of the St. Louis
and Illinois Bridge Comnsnv were cloaud
Saturday, tbe lull amount of stock, $3,000.-
000, having been takeo.
Ir you are troubled with Dvsnensia. us
the Great Yosemite Bitters. feb20-tf.
Reebuscb. tba notorioas counterfeiter.
was committed for trial in St Louis Satur
day, lo default af $10,000 bail.
John L. Ech berg's bsrdware store in
Memphis was burned Ssturdav. I- oas $20..
000; insurance, $10,000.
Tbe Aikansss Senate on Saturday naased
a bill legalizing tbe martial law proclama
tion and acts of the militia.
It Is reported the cashier of tha Fourth
Vatlnnnl Flunk nf PhllaH.lnkl. k..
peared, leaving a deficit lo bis acceunta of
A powder mill at Gorham, Maine, blew
up oa Saturday. Ooly one man injured.
Latest Mexican advices report tbat Dr.
Skelton, correspondent of the New York
Herald, has bad so sward granted him for
buildiug a railroad. It is thought this con
cession is worth a million dollars to the
grantee. ForOrlo Diaz has been appointed
Governor of the new State of Morales.
Ir you have a Disordered Stomach, use J.
W. Downer d: Co. a Great Yosemito Bll-
A number of prominent Cuban refugees
havo addressed a protest to the Governor of
Louisiana, against tbo charges made bv the
Spanish Consul at New Orleans. They
declare that hot witbjtaoding their nolltical
opinions, they would not infringe upon the
laws to any manner.
Governor Geary has resnlted Gerald En
too, srntrnced to be bung on tbe 25th, but
it is not yet known what time.
A Salt Lake dispatch of the 2tb save:
John M. Gamble, District Superintendent
or tho western Union Telegraph Line, aod
for many years connected with the Califor
nia blate telegraph lines, died Sunday
moruing at Shell Creek, Nevada, after a
Nervous Prostration can can ba cured bv
using the Great Yosemite Bitters. tf.
A dispatch from Omaha notices a andilen
change la the weather, with northwest wlml
and the mercury at ten degrees above zero,
The steamer Arizona, from Asplnwall on
tbe 13th, arrived Sunday with $270,000 In
treasure. No news.
The steamer Mississippi, from Rio Janiero
on January 26tb, arrived Sunday. Tbe war
was considered ended. It was believed
Lopez bad gone to Bolivia or aboard an
American man-of-war. Asuncion waa oc
copied by tbe allies January 5.
Sunday afternoon a negro man called on
Major Fredericks, cemmander of a detatb
inent of United States troops, stationed at
Columbia, Tennessee, and informed him
that the body of a wblta man had been dis
covered ia Duck river, two and a half miles
southwest from Columbia. Makr FradoM.!..
sent a squad of soldiers to the designated
spot, who returned with tho tody. Upon
examination it proved to be tbat of detective
BariuoM, whe was taken froir. a railread
train a month since by masket men. A
ropo was around bis nook, tbe en forming
a noose, as if it had been tied to pmetblng.
The bands were tied behind bis baok with
a linen bandkerobief; a valuable diamond
ring was oo one fioger. He wisevidently
not murdered for
money, a Conor's in.
tiueil was held, over the body.
s)3,O0O Reward t
The SplenoM 001.0 WATCH k CHAIN to be
Raffled for at th Rnchestar Home, will posltlvaljr
come off on Wednesday Evening, Vjeb. 24, at 8 o'
slock P. M.
All holders of chances should be In attendance,
GREAT BARGAINS !
OFFEIik'D TO THK ' -
Citizens of Petroleum Centre !
In lb wt of
Ac, &c, at
ESLER'S VARIETY Store,
35 SPRING STREET,
, . TITVI-TII.UB, PA.
MliS. M. A. CARMAN, harlnar rutnrnr-d tn tntrn
after a brief absence is now Dre.nnrcd to Hn le
sens on the Plan to thom wlehlnu the same. For
term, ano rurtner particular! enquire at the Oil Jit-
Feiroleum Cntr, Feb. 19, 18rj lm.
-ar BCRTON'S T'rRAf'fn AVTinrvrir.
DeJN'T CHEW, aa antidote lor Tnbnirn. Tin
JOHNSON'S AKOMATIC ANTI TOBACCO COM
rOUNU, for sal at V D. MILLER Jt CO-8.
"AlleXA." It li not often that Ikv. tha lim.
to isare, or the Inclination, to notice auj of th
thonsandand one prejiarations aold.thronchont fh
, . .
cure for one or more of the 111 that a.h t. i,ui. .
ceiiDur. atn. as it lsoiaimpti. hfn
Inasd, we hare fraauentlr wnn(W(l it., .nni.
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ever aiea at an. or craw old vi. whan. h a .....u
oatlajr th.y could fimiUh themselves with some
thins which would keen dlM at Kav. ami Amt n.
aaaull of time I ' Concerning tho efflcacy of one of
maw remedial preparation-and one which has be
como celebrated of late we run eneak from nar.
aonai exoericare. and conf.fantintiiv aa. i.
We refer to Aliraia," an article fof rmtoring and
yj B,n,l"J. Chemi.te aud Ilruireiaie, No. ISO
a,,.,, niniig.-nuitaiot oininerc al ASv. No
slow nine for Seward Oonph Carn. A. D. MIL
LER A CO., Wholesale & Hctall Brujiste, AtiU
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SWEDISII LEECHhS. wholesale and retail, at
A. u. MILLER a CO-S DKCU STORK.
CANARY BIRDS, best Gorman imported, whole
alsaad rotall, at,A. D. MILLER CO.'A
parpen, or evury quality and deeoripllon, at
REYNOLD.-., BUOMISAD CO'S, No. 11 Centre
Street, opposite the P . ., Oil City, Pa.
Gnitar Sir intra. A larca i..t i.f tha hm
Ouitar Btrinics the market affords, Just received at
best CJQAHS In I ho market are the Duf
nil Kavorltee, manufactured by Walker Js Ra
Seld at th Drag Store of
A. D. MILLER A CO.
Dry Good, a lame stock at REYNOLDS
BRODllEAD A CO P, No. 11 Centra St, opposite
mo ro.t oince. Oil City, Pa.
PAPER AND ENVELOPES at A. D. MILLER
di CO 'S.
!Vew Flour, Feed and Grocery
J. S. PHATIIER,
At the OLD BANK BniLDINU. lift uiimot
opposite the McClintock Iloate, has oa hand a
args an., n.et etas stocK or r Ion r, Feed aud
Groceries, which be Is selling st a low ltiro.
9u Don't forget the ploco where A, D. Cotton
A Company broke up. Janl-tt
Excelsior Billiard Parlors.
To enjoy a dellehtfiil and quiet (Mm ot Billiatds,
jot A. O. Futurism's Kaihlonaule Billla'd Par
lors, on Washington Street, aoxt door to the Koch,
eatar House. The-e Parlors are within a ehoit di.
lane of most of tbu principal hotels In petroleum
ueutru- " may B-tf.
Crockery For all klndso to REYNOLDS,
BRODREAD A CO'K, No. U Centre Utmt, opno
Ite the Poet Office, Oil City, Pa. "
HTA. D. MILLER A CO., Dragrfits, are
aiteota for the celebrated "H. n. Clgare," maaa
faetnred by th American W hip Co. Try them.
being closed out st reduced rates at REYNOLDS,
"unMU 45.UO-H, no. 11 Centre SL, opposite
th Pest OOlce, Oil City, Pa.
Re vol vera. a
H Bta. CllPM. Honaa anH . ,
asaortnent at REYNOLDS, DRODUEAD A CO'S,
no. u ceotr Street, oppoeit to. p0at OaVe, Oil
A large assortment, liath ulaln and fane. i.t ra.
eclvod at A. D. MILLER & CO 'S. Call In aod
THE beat place la town to ret a nair r R..
made of tha beat Stock, that will wear well, and
warranted to fit. la at J. A. Plaaiai. ir..h.
ionable Boot Shop, Washington Street, Petroleum
Centre, Pa. Give him atrial. sepio-tr.
QO T IWtAK 4s fJO-8 for yoox CMstOee..
F. J. HAW A & CO.,
MACHINES BOILER SHOP
WASHINGTON ST., pE.
TIIOLEUM CEJVTUE, pa,
B01L.ERS AND ENGINES REPAIRED
...AT SHORT NOTICE.
All klnrf. n. U.V.In. J
warranted to gtve Mtiiliutlun. P ' ,"
K r. J. nANNA a C3.
M pTAf to get the worth of rcmr BOntr In
:V FliOU if AND FKRD ()Rk 7nTi) l S1
I wSiriVar. """W-S
ready to ahow their caetomera their tarr atnek -
A larre assortmeat of (Int-elas Boron awn
DRESSED LUMBER, LATH, BIllNi.Lrw
at th Terr lowest cash prlcea. Tboee who are St '
who do baslncs on the square, will and It to thi
our line of business, nr All Onlc ,,! ..,,.(
nromptlr sfendH t... fin uot torn! thenla-e li!?
VtJSlTR THE ROcnESTKU UorMlFP i.VJZ'
Petroleum Centre, Pa.
I. . M. STERSnrun
II. II. WAIlNKIl '
A. T. LKGGE IT,
Bfanu'acturor aad Dealer la
Seed Bags, v
Valve Cups, &c.
Experienced wmkmen are emp'oyed, and Har
neorall kinds kept cousiiu tly ou hand and inao
I. C. ileinx'a Pat. SecdB:ia'
Repniring Done at all Times !
Call and eximlne eur st k and prices,
Slulti-St., below 'the McClin
Pelrolanm Centie. Pa., Jnn. 7th. l-tf.
Five Good Journcynun
i'.VIXOtothe Increase of m h-wlness I urn
t compe led lo hire more bulp to keep uu triih
e deuiaud for my labor.
8TBADY EMPLOYMENT WILL BE
MVEN TO THE ABOVE NL'MBEIl
OF FIRST-CLASS WOUKMEN.
A tarpe qnantity of
Of all kinds conetiintlr on hand at r'
lard, and will bo sold at
taaf" REASONABLE RATESI
Pewolenm Centre, J4th, fW.-tf.
CKAI E V TIIACKEK,
134 ITIalden Lanr, N. V..
"new prepared to receive on Commission sad
make Liberal Advances tn Rvniiera aud Pealeri la
both Crude and Hcflncd Oil.
CRANE, THACKE1I Sc Co..
PETROLRtJM CBNTRK, PA ,
oi-vu tm nana
OIL VITRIOL. BLUE & WHITE PAINT,
CAUSTIC, SODA and GLUE,
irennred to make liberal discount to Rollnm
r v. .t?lw '.w ,l,nM ,,lwi tuscount to nnurp.
lor CASH, and will not be u ml untold In any of u
CRANK. TRACKRR A Cft
riHK K. Hnw.nl a. r-
P S. flartleit, TreBoet
1 Watch Co's, and National Wauh Co'a Wt
ea, can be bad at 1HHAH A CO'S,
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WnEAT FIELDS AND STOCK RAN-
rCUOS. I hsre Ranches or Farms tor sale, thronch"
out CALIFORNIA, in tracts of One Hasans
Acres up to Twenty Thousand Terms to suit per-
chssers. These lauds will crow Thirty-. to FUf
Boshels of Wheat to th Acre, with ordinary hrsv
Ing, and a Volunteer Crop of Twesty-risu bssh"
S-Correspondence. Solfelied. Address T71r.''
McEENTT, Dealer in Rwl Ratate, Offlo 10
MoatgomiTy Street, San Yriae.tsa, Cel.