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SOKE PRINT MISSING
Petroleum Centra Daily Record.
rt. renin-, fcutitrda . flay I.".
:'. J' A J. J .'(I it or.
Time of Cloning illailN,
I:. C, rCTKUT.r.I M CKNTIII:. I'A .
.lei.r y.fT, im.
t'nlil further nati.e iho nails will arrive r.1
tiepiirl from this nllice us foilolvs:
South nnd East, via. Irviueton, In. .'S A .V
South and Wwl, " Moadville, 5 Is: I'. V. .
North and East, ' Curry, S 55 .
Smith and West, 8.45 A. M.
Soutl j Gum and West, !! 30 P.M.
.North, Kiwi and Went, 10.0.1 A. M.
11. U. liLACKMON, I'. ;
Preaching at 11 o'clock A. M., nn l 7'j
c'clock P. M.
Rkt. J. T. Oxtobt, castor.
M. Fj. CHURCH.
Services every Sabbnlh at 11 A. M. ami
7( P. M. Sabbath School at twelve o'clock
M. Seats Free. A cordial invitation
extended to all.
Rev. C. M. Heard. Pastor.
STS. PETER AND PAUL'S (CATnOLIC)
Mass nt 10.' a. m.
Vespers and Dencuietlon of the SIc.se.T
Sacrament at 4 p. m.
Catechism at 2 p. m.
.TAME-! PUXN. P;.slor
Chan-he or Tun-:. Oil Creek k Alk
ghey River Railway, Monday. April 2S:
Express Xo. .I arrives rL
Kxpress No. 1 artives at
Express Xo. 3 arrives at.
Freight Xo. 7 urrivts nt
Kreieht No. 13 urrivesnt
Freight No. IS arrive. at
7.20 a. ni.
in. .11 n. ni.
5.34 p. tn.
12.45 p. 111.
12.01 p. in.
8,-lj a. in.
Kxpress Xo. 4 arrives 11 1
Express No. 2 arrives at
Kxpress No. fi arrives at
Freipht No. 8 arrives at
Freight Xo. 10 arrives at
Freight No. 14 arrives at
Freight No. 1G arrives at
I I.) B. 111.
3 I" p. ni.
7.2") p. m.
i 34 p. m.
8.2.'i u. ni.
2.00 p. m.
12. io p. m.
The next Good- Templar's Convention rf
the Northwestern District (Pa.).will bo held
t Franklin, on Tuesday, October JSth
- Rev. N..S. McFetridec. of Oil ini,.
preach in .the Presbyterian Church c'f this
pJC to-morrow,, both morning and evening.
PenuByJvnjyanemocratic Slate Coo.
v'fc L of Governor ni
-oftnesB ol feathers by
. ruck and stretching himself
" There are some whq try the vir-
of advertising on the same plan.
; The copious rains which have visited us
Ithln 4he last day or two, has caused con
Iderablemud, but to us nitidis preferab'o
" The phtform of tho freight depot of this
.' place is to be extended on the east end to
g better facilities for loading and unload
j; iDg freight.
Dibtixouished VtsiToits. Mr. Goorgo
K. Anderson received a letter Thursday
-, evening from Mr. J. D. Cameron, stating
; that the Eritisli and French Ministers with
. a number of their respective legations, are
now on a visit to tho Pennsylvania coal
fields of the eastern raoge, and that they
will arrive in Cony about noon Mouday
next en route for the Oil Regions.
The match game of billiards played at
Robson & Arnold's cozy billiard parlor last
evening, attracted a large crowd of' lookers
on. Tho giiiie was a friendly 011 e of 500
points, gotten up merely for a pastime, and
a great deal of interest wa3 manifested, tho
match being, apparently, nearly an even
one, thr game terminating 500 to 473 points.
The press of Tittisvillo which is always so
anxious to ventilate any little disturbance
that may occur in Petroleum Centre, but
careful to omit any similur occurrence in
' their own town, entertains a friendly fed
t (113 toward the Centre, that is worthy of no
tis. For wha'e'i reputation P.trnlvum
Centra may have abroad for immorality, We
. ars Indebted to the Titusvillo press as much
as to any other source. A roader would sup.
pose from the glowiug account given 01 a
"scrub fight" which' occurted a lew nights
silica, that our whole town was conueoted
or interested in it in oonis way. Now IV
troleum Contre has a population of about
3,000, and one-sixth of our population are
regular attendants r.t our churches, which is
a much larger proportion than Titusvillo
can boast of.
An Ingenious fellow rccentlv discovered
h. A.t. . 1 . . .
tha fish can be made drunk on brandy, then
pacnea in straw and Bent on a ten days' 1
journey without any damage to them. On j
being placed in cold water tbey Come out
all right and as frisky as Cv,r.
liuporlnii' to Holder of Govi-rn-111
-j nt lliuil
The recent rokberici of largo amounts of
(ioveiiiiiient coupon bonds make it all im
rortnnl that (he public should understand
the only secure n ay of holding (iov. riiment
secuiiti.'s is by having them properly regis
tered, since, in case of loss, tho.fi or destruc
tion, the investor is still sale, as tb.0 Gov-
' ernment will continue to pay the interest
and will issue a new bond at tho proper
I time. With regard to the coupon bond it is,
I however, entirely tliHere.il. a3 it is a tolal
loss to the owner in case It 13 stolen, lost or
deetioycd, it being regarded by tho Govern
ment tho tamo as a bank note. Homo
parties have tho impression that registoied
uouus ni" mum uuti.fie-u.ue uuu me jiuoiuai
moro diflicuit to collect. This is an error.
The interest on registered bonds can be
madtf payable at any of tho principal cities
in t!io Union, and colleeteil without regard
to tho locality of the owner, nnd the bond
can be transferred the same as coupon bonds.
by signing in blank before any notary or
llomnuee 111 Ilea! I. if-.
An Iowa pnper of a recent date gives
the particulars of a romantic story which
borders somewhat on the mavelous. Years
ago a Pennsylvania farmer loved a charm
ing young girl that lived near liim. After
the marriage time passed on. and soon tin-
farmer contracted a tasto for liquor, which
frequently gained the better of hiiu. His
wile remonstrated with him, which on one
occasion ended by the husband slabbing ber
with a butcher-knilo. lie I ft precipitately,
suppling he had killed her, and hid him-
ell in the ' est, where in a few years ho
became a prosperous mid wealthy merchant
The wife in the meantime recovered, i-.u
ufter living alone for five years, tuuriietl
again. Her husband died at tho ezuiration
of a year, and she also went to the Wei!.
Then tho incredible part of the story ap
peared. The parties met alter their long
separation, and became acquainted, but
neither recognized tho other. An en"ae-
ment was entered into, resulting in marriii-o
and. upon the wife disrobing in the evening,
he noticed the scar made by his hand years
ago, and suddenly recognis-d her as his
wi.'e of former years. Here is a chance for
Si K'lUK. Dr. Richard P. Jones, aeut
for French's circus, atidnt the lime connect
ed with Han Rice, at Girard, committed
suicide in Buffalo tho othf mumg
lauuanum. t he Express says he t ntereda
drug store on Maiu Etreet and a:-ked for an
ounce of laudanum, saying that he had been
ailllcted all night with neuralgia so that he
could not sleep. The young man in attend
ancegavo b:m tv.-enly live cents worth, and
Jones wen; out. s.iying '-good 111 uiriig."
As toon as ho regained the sidewalk, ofiic-r
Collies, who h ppcned to be near the ei ol,
saw Jon-s place a e.uall bottle to his lips
twice, but did not H Hnect his desi-m .
Shortly afterward oRicer Keen wet Jones on
tue corner ot Larroil and Washington Bis.,
ami at nrst thought from bis action that he
was suffering from (he effects of liquor.
Jones told Keen where lie boarded, and
when asked if he could go homo alone, said
"no," end then fell down .In a state nf in.
sensibility. The officer procured a cart and
carried him to the stution bouse, and called
Dr. Johnson to attend him, but ho was past
human aid. and died about six o'clock.
The cause of the foolish conduct or Jones is
said to have been domestic diilicnlty. it be
ing reported that his wi.e had deserted him,
taking with her his only child. On AVed-
nesday no showed a telegram saying, '-she
has not returned; let her go," which is sup
posed to relate to his wife. Ho subsequent
ly slated that he would b dead in two
hours, and during the evening of the
day ho was seen taking largo draughts or
liquor. Two men wero engaged ta watch
him during tho night of Wedne day, and
from the sudden action of tho luudanum it
is inferred that he imd taken a dose before
calling ut the drug ttore. Tho coroner held
an inquest on the body and tho jury return-,
ed a verdict in accordance with the facts,
;Vs we never seu a woman but we mental
!y bless Adam for golm to sleep und loos
ing u rib, and liunco are alwuys on the look
out for something to please them, wo pub
lish the tollowinir. recelnt for keooin;. ti,
fekia clear nnd beautiful. Wo don't mean 10
insinuate that there are any jihls about here
whs haven't the loveliest, p. achiet faces io
tho world; not at all I Hut I hey. rsoe,,f
their acquaintances may h ipn.'n io to a
picnic or Fourth of July sarnuu r and
t.'t a little Unncd, and then t:,e receipt
will come, so handy. Cut it out and paiite
it cu your looking L'lassr
ifTun m..u . . - .. .
"u' iiom mo tace bv
mixing magnesia in soft water to lhee,,
sisleney of paste, which should then be
sorea-l on the face and allowed to remain a
minnto or two. Then wash off with cu.'ila
.oar - suds, and rinse with soft w.ter " !
IV rw ItOIllH.
Tho Steamer Manhattan, from New Yoik,
arrived at IJueenstown Thursday.
The Steamer Tripulo, from New York,
arrive J at Qiioensiown cti the 12th inst.
The steamer lVrriere, from New York.
arrived ut J '.rest 011 the 1010 inst.
General Prim approves of the proposition
for a Regency in Spain under .Marshal Ser
rano. The steamer City of IUris, from New
York, arrived at Qucenstown on the 10th
The Annual meeting of the National Tent.
) franco Soeictv was held in New Yolk
Thursday evening, President William E.
The Georgia Railroad Convention has in
structed the directors to extend the Athens
Crunch to Knoxville, so ns to meet the
Southern road from Cincinnati.
Margaret Slurry, an inmate of one of the
turneries in Chicago, who threw herself into
river on Sunday morning, and was res
cued, died yesterday from tho itl'.cts ol her
A Convention of the Protestant Episcopal
ministers is in session in I'Mla,l..ini,i
Ilishop Stephens presiding. I;cv. Phillips
Urooks preached the annual sermon Thurs
fJutlaio III i:n.
W. W. Murphy Inn been appoint
troliuat! anj e.ssie'.iej to tho i.rie st
f 1 1 de-
A gi-i at many poo.l l i ilc'n y.-.i;ng
the Ciis-toni House r.re still 0,1 I1 oil-:.
hiiTior, mid sr me of ta-m are v- e .;;:!.; !: -Ir
b.-st uiU every day.
Henry Dempsey. J jlm ' ' v: . II i.;'i
I.ockey. EJ-.eanI John Sullivan, and
Jacob K-ieppel, were li-ied from flv. t. ten
dollars each for beinj lirur.k a:i:l Oisord-rly
Edward Nio-i! bal his sl-.euMer di-rne.Ued
while cariyitig a heavy load of w !iis.;y.
Alfred Gih.a:i and Charles Van iMi.vn
wore !n, fi :n0 oica on Thuu l..y noraiug
for keeping camblinj; rotu.i.
Julia U.uid .u,d IC.nuu IU two prosti
tutes, v!io were not in Court on Wednesday,
were present the next morning and lined
t50 e.ch lor keeping disorderly houses.
The Uuffalo Diii'.u'li colony is n-purted to
y o 1 c r.
s;, in. lav C'-.-urirt cau Ij.i h:-. .
days at Oal'.acy'.s. IK. k-.'.-.-i
ily on wi
riR-i.i.iMj V121.1.S i:v ill, n
Tho Veuauo Ilepubliean .--a
gade movement in the matler
weiis i.s llnealoneil. A patent. srr,ia
disjietising with engine, d n-ick.
.emu, uuu me oiuci Heavy tmibeis now io
tpiirod. has been erected and is now i:i j vv.
ation on Hasson Plats, in this l;,.!,,
drilling nn oil well. Tho iipurritus would
seem to bo an Improved hor-e-power, with
tumhling shaft, Ac. The motive nower a,,,,'.
pliod by one horse, attached to u eweep. H
lOfembles somewhat nn old cider mill. Tnn
derrick- is supplied by a tall polo fu,teue.l
to a revolving platform. Tc this is nf;,?:, ,
tho drilling rope. It is claimed by the par
lies operating it, that (bo wHl r. in l,e dtp-i
ed to any desired depth, by otie-ho!,:o pmv
er. The present contract is one dollar and 1
a quarter per foot, the contractor simplvin . j
everything. Y.B hopu Mm invention way
prove a success, as a cuejper mode cf drill- j
!n2 Oil Wells ha.l hrin. ... .. .. '
. . " ony, il ti.e
business or develonment continues to in
crease rapidly it, tho futuro as the tuvtout
gives j roiiiise of.
U- you want to enjoy good health it ir, not
necessary to take juiir family "Ve.it. ji,tt g0
to Gall'iKy-s and got a bottlo of .Sunday Com
Christy's Minstrels oro i.trfurming ia
South Africa. They travel about iu a coach
of their own with four lio.ers, going seventy
miles a day, w!iilu their goods aio toted
along more slowly on wagons diuwn by
eighteen or hveiily-f,,,,- bullocks each.
Tho great lecaavonieac-i they -.,.Cot, with
is that thuro are 110 halts to play j. it,0.
Pie come many mile 10 .sec- tl.oir B;Xtce,i
shcot pictorial pouters.
'" " Bl',cI- CanMidaig,,., ...vLiliitiou e,
.-atluey's. UHu't lai t0j,ive jt a ri.iL
11! ay S-1 w.
A Icier ,1
Wyo in Territoiv.
says: Vie, . :
no'. , 1 V: ;:
prrsous to ie 1-. (
a lew da.( a i.ic
". at almost any town,
eoinmute.-s for c. li.i.u
u'-'a. I hud (iiiito a laugh
' 'in cotnin itli o waili .
on a man tU.y call Wild liill, and gave hi,.-,
iiueeii miuiues ;,i leave ilie town. ;ill .
on his mule and said, '.(,e,.Ue,nn, iftltin
d d mule don't baulk, I don't want hul
Tt itr. AVI iK's (.ml l.i,iu.ji3 jor medicina'
03" can be Sid at GilVaey's. mayS-lw
I AMIIJ Y .IJiMIIMIJirSfi.
STATU STNAT Ht.
Xlt. I M or l'li'nm' Pliroenfe the ri'liie ef Col
A I' Pl'M'AN elnllil:.t for Sla'e Srra'nr,
rl-tu-et to :l:.' u- -lire clllio trej-eliiienn p-irly
Vn. rr-'fi 1: - 1'lrnf.e hiiioiiiicm the nntiie of
JAMI-S M il,l:iIN. nf Fmi kiln, as
,. MHU-HH'er. slllijeet to Ihr 11
n...v ,.r 1 1... IO.
MANY 1 I I'IZKSS.
ASSf Mlil V.
tn. FriTin l'!H-.e nrin.ni Hut t'ltf'ii'ti
JAMKS 11. (;!: Ctl-' ill l.f n rnniliclMtf. lor noini
T.fillen for A--frol.lv. fill j. ft 10 il.t- ns'irei. i.f Die
Vn. KniToll. riejfff 'tnitmltief. t-f il.p rili;nn of
Veiwn.-n Comity, licit N M.I.U M ( 1ATKX oi Itofl;
hind Towr-hip, i n iMnlliinte fVr Meinli. r nf ,s
snugly, fuliifcl to the utfugf of ho Iti'tfiihllf-an
party. JIANV riTlV.KNS
FelToii ItFOonn: riense atlf-onneo tlm tinmn ff
,T It (jlfAN'T ns n rmi.p.late f.-r the n.inilniiti.10 f .r
C.i-in.v 'frtiwiirer, Mit-leel to ihe u-a-'e of titi Ife
.1;...,,, 1.. M xv I" T 71.''S
Ma. Kmrffii: Please nniioiineo the ti.-imf of
.11)1 NA CIIKISTY. of nil t ity. ns n raii.IUI.ite
i.:i..f tin. Iti-piiU'iraii fiitlv.
Mr I'hristv is n mail W"H fiintill'.'d for I ho no-M
ion, is an (.r-leal Hf-pultlh an. nn.l '.i iln--i1;r lln
war a f.iithlul soldier. MANY CITIZKN
Mil t'plT ill: I'l-Ie .-m'iol!lli-f Til lia'ne of fl K'
. iwi in 11 a-f n r-ait.t'a 11
i 'mint v Tri'iWiir
er, snl.iect to the ti-ai-es 01 t
MANY ( I PIZKNS.'
riTii: l,lo!ip ,Hiiii'i:ni P tbt tvintf of K. (!.
( 'T.WVK'ilfn, of Ki'lim-Mi:! Tmvnh(t. h- h (vm.'i
il.ili r,r I'ttulii.not.sry. mihu-ri l tin n-a-.rr of flu
li.'IMil'lii'in party. ' Sni.iiirws ami II irr!.:.it .'!.
Mk. I'.dithi: ritvi nnniMi'icMlKMirimt'or T'i.im
- !i Nv'HiY. of Pi'ir.i'i'iiiii (''tlt i', h n fviiitlifl i'i
i'.r rrnihnn:r!ry ol' VMinntro Co'tnty. f iil'jct lu I lit
u- lLTi of ilia pfiiio. r.ttii parly.
'- flic iiithor! '1 ti ai"io!ii tll.it .7 OS MP!! II.
SMi rfl. Pr)hri;i tir of VTi:ii'ro 'titit v. will h
iii.1i !To fer rt'-mnin-iTion. fr saul oflin, huii
t to Ih-? mi .'(! of H"pnl icfn parly.
CiiiTiM; tifi:: Vi will p!ooco nn-
,, .... ... l m:i V UV iviV t.i'-i r;?t'.!.
, , --! -.., ti rfl'i-oof l-V-Hv-rrr-rl It-.'..:.!
k 1 iit'ei'i vt n1" t 'u' li'pii''l'--.n :t t v. ".
,. utiht Pr;miirv KV-Mnn. Vr.
-wt.- ., t. i- t,. In Cniiiiniiv -T 11M IW11
. vi'ii V'-;iit""f. nnl font 1 rV.'hi ami in t-ai !
:' C'ru'-'iti: I'i i- rorn ofi'tit nri'l obit ninl
1 - 1 , , w lti"i-!t'r 1011I Ki'C:.rili'r f r on ti"in t
,,. ,,;-t;.-t. ..:ti,f.u:tio!i of nil who b-iv. fini h't'ltips-
lion VKN'ANtlu CiM'N I'Y.
Ci UN TY CflMMISSIDNLll.
""f. r i-irn - V'p I., nnn -itli.-f ih" l.aiao of M
' I 1 i ,v;. i-f 1 '..'npl-uiti.r Township. 11s 11 rarai -i.e..
f,.r I' .-mOv C f!i.iiis.lonfr. siiUi-l 1 1 lhf ii-,i
: - ot -.In. U raSliean parly Masy Iti:rryi,ic s.
!s:: tlAI.I, HATS aa.l 81.OHK HOOKS, nt
w 11 r.u iio'i mi ifc tfos.
A 1 lNiiiTi..Lits! west; we ci'livl attfiitioato
t'-.e Co-istiliiCmi Itiiti rs of Sfw.i"il A TV miry, nn.l
r.ow we take pleasure In noii -in-r their Ali-inn r.r
'If '.a'r. M'hieh is sai.l'o ho a very llao article fir
tiif trMe. We aro of t'.e opinion thst the prepira
tioiisofS ,; Tl ar a" ciol, fir thn repatation
lb.v sii'ai-i a. Prnmi-ts ts b mil cvi.'enro lint
tie v iv.iu'd n.-t pat aiiyli.inc in the t.-.arket of an
o,.l tn-r hinvitcr. Mos.rs. A. 1. MH.LIC't CO
t f .r
s.lu anj wo hopo all our friei.d-t M ill
irnieii.lal ieT.wti;.n", in- s..v,-ard
Try oar Navy Tot.n 1. V kn-rv it is t'-.o l.e
in tiis market. W. II, NICHOLS IN & Co.
D.T AD KvEXIMr,
OVniI FKF.I) SUt'TT"
NK.T HOOi: TO
A, D. DULLER & CO
i tj.d MjnrTr.
' A new lot fifth
ri ceivoi at tho
flttjiiMu I. . I.. Krivei !n-t
V. II :.ilicisr,n A Co. i.vc Ji it receive 1 a lot 1
P.-iUe: Ui.hs.inil Comnassis.
tyj.. 1. MILLEU & CO., bmcsUU,
a.-nti f .r U i.alehrated '-I1. II. Cigars," mauu
ae'.iiit. by tiK. American Whip Co Try thorn.
r-lH!tTONS t:ihacco antidote
POl.'T ciiiv, roatitMotpforToliacco, and UK.
JIIHNSOX s AKOMA I IP AXTI TOUACCO COM
I'UUXi), for Kile . 0, JIILLF.IJ & CO'S.
''": "'"'v'i lmr" slr"-k rf Spring paueros, 1
J-'IIVIS' FfHNITVKB STOKK. ,:).
vtui t m, oim:aths
..... -oas nr.. m-n-liy i-mitinnofi eiiiHt
"- 01 i.,i-,. s,,-. ,- INN. r. rn, Hoi-k-t. Pinnls
"- 1. .on to Hi,, rol will, eilhi-i-
rni-A.Vewi-d.rm an! cnnectttl to-it'ier
l-.v a , o,,i, ,.,,,,,, ,.,,, My mtu,.lrtlll.IS
a -1 ain the .luowuor .fllie iiatuti ri-caimretin-rods
m tliis n, .nnor; all others nnd'! snostaulially
a n'uve .re direct infrinjfmmU on my rlghtu, and
a" t-des using rod. counojtod, not of rny ra in
nfaeture, lay themsolvus liublo to, and will ba prog.
eculed aoir4ng to tau . ; j IXMS.
I". 8 This not ce Is insetted, not as a inure
-care crow, lint will ho attended to, and rigidly ca
romed. Apr.l0:3u.. W.J.I.
KICU MAliUIAdl-; GIl'T.
somTo'i!!0"!?'". G,'F r "1,U'h. ' Yo""t; c"
Z . i. I,vld''-ls " eoli-litii!inanii, ,.,.
111. hs-n.-s ..ii lh . wii.joeK, win. Cm 1 :u,
1 Mews nr In-uelolent l'hysieinus, rent in seiil.-l if
nr fiivi-lo;ie-, IV,.,. 1,1 rharsro. AiMh-.h IIOIVAKII
ASSOCIATION, Box I, l'hiladelpl "a, p., jia,"
Till: best plure Ir. town t.i R,-t ,1 ,,it i( j.
nisde of the Iirttl titcK-k, Unit will
wrrAiilil In lit, in ill .1. A. I'hint,,-, j,.""''
lertil.le Itoo! Slioj, , W.lHhintou Sti.t., I,-tr '
1'er.tre, IV.. (live him n trial. '.,', '''''r'
" t'I0 If
CLX ALLIES, at A. ). Mli.LKl; ni
Hard warn A Itw ns,.rtni, u uVijTT"
l.fiiiK i-l.weil nut al re.!iii-i.fl rut, , ,,, ,i'vv... ':"
lllml.lll.-.M ... v.. '''N,'U1S
.......... I. 1 1, ,v . ..... II I f ' I) I '
the Pj-1 (illii-e, till Cit.-. I'a.
All nr -oiints not m-ttleil iniiiii..iin, iv win I
ilh an oili.r for iMllf- lini. "' "
Apr. U tf. HKYN-iLis4r0 l
ow Monr, IVod mux c;rorory
ai ti.for.n hank nnmiNt;, o MArNMT
l .nn-mi.l f.-t rln ?lorl; of H.Inr, -Fp(J "
OfororlrH, wh'd. ho H olHn - m n low flt
Don't for til- .l:,iww!,ri! A, u (; q
( iimpany limki" up. 'anj.tr.
CurpetM, nrrriT.v quality niifl ilwrlnii ..
RKYxm.t)-, li'tfiniiKvn co-H, N. j, c"'
Street, epposlt.. the P. ()., (lil CUy, p:1.
Willis .M V . MMWdUVS
MAN', hi A. IJ MII.LKK ( l) '
trvou i-l, tl,el,t PM-ToIvi.to in Iherasrte
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