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Petroleum Centre Daily Record.
pel. C'cutsi-, Wcdfwtnr. Maria.
si. L f'Al, L'tUor.
Tim" of ClliU Malls).
P. O., PEIRPI EI'M Ckstim, Pa ,
July IffsT, 18SK. i
Fntll further notice the malls Kill arrivo at and
depart from this office as follows:
Smith and East, via. Irvinolon. IO CS A. M.
f outh and West, Mcadvitlo, 5.1 P. M.
North and Ka-t, " Corry. 3 Si
South and Went. 8.45 A. M.
Sontl . East and ffnl, 2 30 I'. M.
North! East and Weat, 10.0') A. M.
PreAchinj at 1 1 o'clock A. M., nl 7',
o'clock I'. M.
Rsv. J. T. Oxronr, Pastor.
V. E. aiURCTT.
Services every Snb'.nth it 1 1 A. M. an'
7jJ P. M. Publmth School at I welve o'clock
II. Pcitu Free. ' A cordial in vi tut ion
extended to nil.
Key. C. M. Ilmnn. Pastor.
STS. PETER AND P AIT3(rATrK)UC)
Macs at 10! a. tn.
Vespers and Benediction of the Klese 1
Sacrament nt 4 p. m.
Catechism ivt 2 p. m.
JAMES rTTVV. Pastor
Cimngk op Time. Oil Crerk & AIIc
phcy River Railway, .Monday. April 21!:
Express No. ft arrives at 7.20 a. m.
Express No. I arrives nt ln.30 n. m.
Express Xo. 3 nrrives at 5.34 p.m.
Freinht No. 7 arrives at 12.45p. m.
Freight No. 1.1 arrive nt 12.01 p. m.
Freight No. 15 nrrives at 8.45 a. in.
Express Xo. 4 arrives nt !l l.'i n. in.
Express No. 2 arrives at il. 10 p. in.
Express No. 6 arrives at 7.25 p. m.
Freight No. 8 arrives at fi.31 p. m.
Freight No. 10 arrives at 8.2;'i a. m.
Froicht No, 14 arrives at 2.nn p. m.
Freight No. 10 arrives at 12.45 p. m.
Mr. Lewis Emory, of Pioneer, made a
wager with his lrot!ier, Dvid, of $ino that
-e could not walk from a point one mile be
"Hamburg to the Fester Fatui, Pion
instance of ubs-iit lour mlies. in forty
minutes. Yesterday the trial took pluco
when David won tho wager, having made
the distance in twentv-nino minutes.
Yesterday being tho second day of the
niuaieai convention the attendance was
somewhat larger than on the day previous.
The cluss is becoming more fully organized,
and the interest manifested by the musical
fraternity of Petroleum Centre und vicinity
has fully equaled the expectation of all.
Prof, Baker proves himself worthy the title
he bears, and handles the class in a master
ly manner,whicb under his management has
shown rapid progress.
A Modki. E.viunk ami Oir..Wei.r. Aita.
B.vTfSTO EE RAKFi.BDFon.-Thero is on ox hi
liitioo in tbo room adjoining Dr. Rosling's
tiflice, on V,'ashington struct, a model engine
with copper boiler,' together with a double
rig, all complete which is now iu operation,
attracting a great deal of attention. Tie
owner of tho apparatus proposes to put up
the entire rig to lio drawo by ruftle, 200
chances at $3 a chunce. The scheme will
be conducted in a manner satisfactory to
every ticket bolder, nnd the forlunato win
ner will certainly have a valuable prize.
We will refer to the matter bere.iftcr, and
would invite ull those who desire to look
upon a curiosity to call und examine the
n ivatus when in operation.
Tub Aivwbkt is Vimicat Ykstkhdav
Condition of Mil Yanney. We relericd
to tho accident which occurred yesterday
morning at about ' all-past eight o'clock on
Wilrle.it, Lea.-e lS'J. ii which Abner Yan
ney, while engaged in drawing tho tubing
from the well owned by David Yanney.
met with a serious accident. Abner Yuu
n..v whs nUndtug at the loot uf the derrlckj
on ti e inside, when it broko in the cootie,
and Ynuney attempted to innke. Ins escape,
but was caught by the upper portion of ihe
derrick, striking him u;io.i tho head, nuk
ing frightful woiii.d, the blow pr,cepiiat
itig him in tbe inud with too timbers upon
hiin. J I is thigh is brckon aire. Anntiur
person named George l-'cttaison, was stand,
iug by the side ol Yanney at the time o'
the accident, but escaped unhurt. .loou
(iulUHiie was in the top of tho derrick when
the ceo Ira gave way. fracturing his auklo
quite severely, and also received some in
juries iu the back. Yanney was taken to
his bonis nftir t'.io accident iu a senseless
condition, uuJ bis mind was impaired dur
ing the day and night.
Mr. Yanney wai reporleJ this morning
as being considerably easier, although still
s-uff.-iiiig quite sevt-rily.
Good at s-iraping arqiiiintanvi-s-1!'0
GOOD TKWrl.AIt'8 iNSfALLATIOV OF OF-
FirKna. The rolIowTng officers of the Lodge
of Good Templnrs, of this place were instai
led last evening, as follows:
W C T V. McAlpine,
f v T Miss Alice Artman.
W Sec 15. Ellis. .
W T Mrs. V. McAlpine,
W C J. D. Ellsworth.
f MW. II. Guilford,
y G Miss Alice Northrttp,
W Sen. Mr. Petorma .
W A Sec. Miss Jeuuie Mapes,
W I) M Mrs. Ledgard,
V U S Mrs. I. I). Joues,
W L S Mrs. Happen.
The ceremonies were conducted by B-ro.
Hatch. W. D. T., of tho Tarr Farm. We ;
are gratified to learn of the success and pi ca.
e:it flattering prospect ofthis Lodge. Amoiii,
its nieiubeiit are i Mind the first ladies and
gtntlcmcn et the piace, nii :ui d'ti'i.
under tho able effioicnt management of
the newly in.-.!n' -t ' .Tuers the work of re
form will coniiupv toti-iui1-"
ROCMKSTFIl lloVSK OlIANCFP HANDS.
The Rochester Home has changed h .lids.
Mr. Manual retiring, nnd Mr. H L. Siicr
wooJ, formerly proprietor of the Oc.ideniul
Hotel in Philadelphia, has purchased an in
terest, nhd is now associated with Mr.
bradstreet, in carrying ou the biuiness. Al
though we regret to learn ol the with.inw
ul of Mr. Marshal, still wo (eel that in his
successor wo have the samo competent and
social gentleman. Mr. lirndstreet still re
tains uis lnuresi in toe uonse, auJ tho new
iirm of Oradstreet A sberwoo.t are deserving
ef and will receive th? same lihern! paifi n
age the hous has always enjoyed.
. . .
TnE Latkst YEi.otii'EriE The latest
velocipede invention is tho rocsing-chair
velocipede. It is thus described: . Tho tea'
chine is a three wheeled velucipedc, and
weighs about one hundred pounds. The
rocking-chair, in which tbo driver sits and
propells his machine, is placed between the
forward and back wheels, and is connected
with a ro l to a crank in the axle of the biud
wheels, which is the propelling power as
tho chair is rocked backward and forward
by the occupant. The steering nparatus is
attached to the forward whee', and the
whole operation ol guiding and running the
machine is very Minplo and almost exertion
less. It U adapted to ladies as well as to
gentlemen, and is said to be capable of do-
ing six miles an hour.
Tki:ihi.k AroiriKST on tub Ahmstiionc
Faiim. The Titusvllln t'-tnr of this morning
says: A Mis. Armstrong, living on the
Atmstrong Farm, Pleasuiitville, was budl;
burned a day or two since. It seems that
In attempting to m ike the tiro in the stcvo
burn better, bp throwing oil from a can up
on it, tho can suddeuly exploded throwing
the burning oil over her person, setting fire
to her clothing, and before assistance could
bo rendered, she was burned io a tcribic
manner about the body. Dr. Dunlap. of
Fleusuntviile, was called in, and rendeted
all the assistance possible. h is nt pres.
ent in a very critical condition, and it is
feared will not recover. This is another
terrible lesson to those who will persist in
using oil to make (ires with, and should
prove a warning.
Several Rochester amateurs aro to givo a
Comic English Opera at tho Corinthian
Hall tbisj week Thursday.
Tom Thumb and wile have been in Roch
ester during the past few days.
Rochester possesses a clock which wi'i
run four weeks alter once winding tip, and
will play forty-eight different tunes.
Fanny Prestige, tho favorite soubretle,
'a now in Rochester on a visit. She com
mences an engagement at Wallack's Thea
tre, New York, on the 1st of .Tune.
The German musical club of Rochester
proposrs to givo a grand musical festival
there in July, inviting the societies of other
cities to participate. Prof. Appy will be
t! - ,.misIc1 director.
The t'orists of Rochester have gone ;.;ilf
crazy over the oelobraf.'l century plant,
wh. :h is now slowly blooming In that city.
Tbo MfU'i.r it of Saturday has the following
facts iu relation to the plant: Tlmcrowds
Uat d.iiiy flock to s-e tui.s wonder of the
day, evinces the great interest t.iken in lis
development and progress. 1; is indeed nn
o'ct of interest to all Iomts of (lowers and
plants. As far as is known it is the first
that has ever flo.veie 1 iu this country, and
curiosity is on tip-toe to see wnat kind i'a
flower this will bo. Frr tho benefit ol those
who h.ive not yet mm n it, we will state that
the bight of 'he lio'.wr stem to.ii.iy is a lew I
inches over fi;:,t teet. It was eight feel j
yesterday ;..it being a cm Id clouuy day it j
wi. thought the st"iu would not achieve
more ii.au iliite or lour hches during the
day and iiij;t.t. Jt is rather a curious fact
that it grows ji!t
1,3 'ui the h'.it nnd liy'ut i f the sun. The
diameter et the stcpi lit tho bight rt nun
feet from the around is lour inches, i. e
a out cue fool in circi m ou nce. T Ii .? num.
ber of b.avi'M en the plan: is thirty; length
ol leaves dx feet bi. inches; circumference
of plant thirty feet. So rapid has been the
growth of this ponderous stem, that Frost
& Co., weie making preparations to raise
the roof of their house yesterday afternoon.
Hit FniTnr PlrHse snrnenre llio name of Col.
A I' Vr s rmi.llrtntB for Htnle FVuator,
suMret to tbe nwges of tin ltemtulran party.
Vn Fpithf Please announce the name of
.IAMKSM. nilFPlN. ofKrankllo. as U",,
f,.r sintirnaior, piinini o "r.v:'lT..,;... ju
THE best place Is town to K"t a pair nf ItnuU
made of the best Stock, tliat will wear well, nn,)
warranted to fit, i at. J. A. f'lnnte's KM,
lonablo Poot Shsp, WiishiiiKtoo Strwl, Pelrolpora
Centre, Pa. Oive him trial. (ili tt
OI.ASS Al.l.llW.at A. D. MlI.l.KIt A CO.
Vr FniTOlr I'lense nnponpr Hint (flp'ntn
IAMFSH r.iil'dll' will b eai'itirtnli' for nomi
t-nllmi for As"in.l.lT. ml jerl lo the hhjeck of the
Vrt FntTor- V!enie innenne to ttm rlllzniis of
Venaneo ronnty. that W'll.t Jt 1ATFi. o! HnH
Innd Township, i" enndidnie for Member of A-m-ly.
subject to the lwMN,.1?,;!,sn
llnrdwnrc-A luree nssorinient of whirl, j.
twine cIosihI out at rcdU'-ed rules at IlilYNiiLls
nilODIUIAtl ft CO'S, No. 11 fnntr.; St., oq,oiitc
tho PostOltlee, till fity, Pa.
All accontitJ not Killed Immediately, will holrf
nllh an olllcer for eollectloii.
Api.u tr. iiF.YNoi.ns & I'n -
FniTon nrrosi:-Plenenm nnncethn nnmn or
I II (UANTa a candidate fr the nninl"tinn fr
Conn.v Tre.nriT. snt.j.vt to the """7 "f.'l
iml.licannany. MAW IHIZhNS.
Mn FniTon PtMse announce the pni nf
TO I N CilltlSTY. of Oil O'tv, s n rand-date
fo nomination of Countv Trensurer, subject to ihe
u ers nf the ltepubMcan rartv.
Ir I'hrl.tv is small well qualilled for tbn post.
ion. is an ardent 'I'T'i'niesn and wn. dnnne the
war a Willful soldier. M.VN ( I ri.RVi
Vn KniT in: I'lM'e annnnnee th name of rifo
V Hill 111 M a a candldile fc Omnntv Trensnr
er, subject to the u-ages of A'y,(.l7,,.,8,y
cv I'lour, Fmm5-!ihI f Jrorery
T. S. PUVTIir.K,
AttheOI.I) BANK Bt'lMilNfj, ON MtlVWT
opposite the Mcrilntock lTou.e, has nn liAtid a
lurire and n:t rl.i stock of l lnllr, feed and
Orocerlesi, which lie l sclllnu at a loiv flsnra.
t". I'on'l forget the plnen where A. n. Cotton
.t Company broks up. ,ian2-tf.
Cnrpclx, of eriTV nn.illty and diveriuiinn, at
RKYV')I.I)-, H'fO!!KAr . C VS, N.i.ll Com
Street, nppu-ito the I. ()., Oil City, Pa.
Vb FniTon: P'eaw annonnce the na'me of F. n
fSWr.iltn. of Hi-hmond Towntdp. a can. I
dVeforP'orhonolarv. snbiectlolhe u-t of the
H. p.ibllcan oartv. ' S'tmr.ns A-n ltKvcni.icvs
V n Fni-"n f'oise nn.wn the name or T oM
lii iht. of IVfo'eom C nt-e. s a c:indidn'e
for ProthoieiMi-v of Veninee Conn'y. snbjert to ih
m-i.:es of the Tlcm.witlc party.
to TiOioWrr-t to mninnc" thif .T'KPJ' IT
SMITH p-oMmno-o-v of Venando Coiintv. wOl be
s rm !H i' '.r re nnm'Tit''"i. fr' ''d ofll'-e. S'lb
i vi i.i th,' iisi-:" of tlm RepiiVtrar pa-'y.
ilVIITTT'R Nt HKC'"t!-'.'t.
FnirnR Kfcop.p: You will I'ler.se nn
nn".ce that .TAVE:' W H ' IV ben es'Male
for nominn'h.n for Ihe ofltre of He..-iler ni .1 to eo-il
er. alibied 10 iben-iL-e. o'lh Kepnbpein r'0'-,' 1
l ist (lining the ni:ht Privstein Compiev ' i." 14 1 TV. n
.lvina Vohllltee and tost a rl'-M arm in mm.
of C.ettv.lnui:. ltc I" competent nnd ohli ;. an d
i,. o. nml.ter nd Riwrder f rone tenn f
llio ,.ml- stlsfaction of all who hive dene bnttis
with him VKNANOncOT'STY.
ittttns .nvA.tsi'ititnvs. canmiy nvu
MAN, at A. I) VI'.I.F.H ft CO.
If you wi-di the host T'lu; Tobacco in the markc'
try VT. II. Nicholson ft Co
t'rnekorv Fo- nil kinds iro to
MHonilKAO ft CIVS. No. 11 Centre
itcthe Post t'ffi.-.'. Oil Cliv. I'n.
ta. r.r-iTon: ,JIease announce to 'hs citizens or
Venanir - Connlv that .1. Y. ll)iilNsni on i
Township. Is n candidnt for Coun'v CommiMion-
or, sub.iect to the usages or the nepiiniican pariy.
Mil KniToa- Plei.e announce the name of H.
It IITXON. nf Cornnlantcr Tovnhin. ns candi
date for Cooiov Commis-toner. .nbjert to the ua
ces of the Republican party. Many H rPTBi.ic.ues.
Oi.ive Logan ano Tkowseks. TheXew
York Sun reports Olive Logan as delivering
beloro the Etpial Rights Convention, on the
Mill, a phillii pic on trows.-is:
"She said-, I reject Iho Irnwsers with
contempt and scorn. Men cut a sufficiently
ridiculous figure in them themselves.
Laughter. The trouble iF, they don't
like their own costume, 'and ate envious ol
our laces, jewelery, frills and dresses.' (Miss
Logan was gorgeously arrayed.) ' Trows.
ers. forsooth trowsers?'1 Great Laiiqhuv ,
Shake not thy ridiculous garnifiu a' me.--
Another r;ir. . .o, so long es we cab
have oni-sillis. satins ai d shi. v!-. wi'. j
repudiate v.oir abMii'd bn.ucuiei! nr.v. h.s- J
erablee. ' ' ric- and sho. s. I Ltiok at
your t.vr-.l -w in; .-.oaU i-lo'e-,.:;-- '
you wear ye -tr iiair short some i,f you
that yell b.-.k wp'e i.ciy line m-i: ki ys
I.uughte. nil I d'n't -on'.er that uue ol
y.nir niiiu'ifr b , wr.tlon book B'lowmg
that animal to be the la.l.ei-1 1 tis iaue!
Anion t'ie l it.st reports of Cu'iuit ontSi'
ting at New York is one that -a last s'.eam
er. w-ich chii m.iiie twent v--iree mib-s an
hour isb inn fittud nut, under the clnr-e i f
an ex ufucer ol the Uni'e:! States v'nvy, in
aid oi tho Cui..n rebels. She !ia t.e. n ly
ing in tint Sound, bnt on M-i l.l hv.us
steamed up lo New Toik. Shn lias on
bn.ird two batteries fully equipped, arm",
ammunition, medicine and a quantity of
mattresses. Sho will take on board one
hundred Lnited States veterans, and will
sail about Monday next. Th will clear for
the British West Indies. The a-ithorities
have not the least suspicion Concerning her.
Cincinnati l.as a spirit photographer.
The Illinois penitentiary is ovorflowin;,
Donnelly will not inn for llio Minnesota
A To.vns thief stoia 1200 cattle at once
mar Fort Cobb. Great country, that,
Trerillicl; talked bosh to tbe Chicago
workingmen Satuiday nijht.
Cvrus V.'. Field who failed in 'CI, has
paid up, atid owns a million now.
Ptot in. III., bns i-eri nty-five smiths and
Mrs. IJrockway, ef Manchester, X. I1-.
having reached 100 years of age, concluded
About this time look out for the annual
Ftories about the coUou worm, tho dtalh ol
fruit buds, &.C., &c.
A Lowell bill poster having n clly roti -e
for milkmen, stuck it ou tho town pumps.
Fiskville (formerly K. Y'. c!ty has many
empty dwellings, nnd landlords are sorrowful.
It is rumored that John Russi-ll Young
will be sent abroad as chief of the Tiibune
corr spondenco in Europe.
Tho present street cry of the Metropolis:
''Skad-ohs wo are and Bhad-olis we purse,
McKean Buchanan played to a two dol
lar house at Elmira, which is proof that
there is justice in Israel.
Wenrtall Phillips talked so sweetly iu
Boston about Christianity, that a pretty
yi ung lady expressed a des.ie lo black his
, b "t i.
ri.e completion of tbo Pacific Railroad is
I B-nsiit (inaiiy c-a vC '-Ihe wedding of fl.c
j eea" the lugb -.-v;e, we .ihoiild judze, tic
. cori. g 10 Fuoiv's renort.
Yi'iiin -it lius j,ist had n I'vnr.-i lottery by
All sfles of Tt'S'ik Ttooks. Note l'spor, and! En
velopes in J-dibinT.ots. it
v. n. Nicyni.soN ft co.
(itiifnr ftrlncs nt W. II. Nlcbclion Co'
XV. a. FAn vriwoitTii,
ew Denier, Pioneer. Pa.,
rtccolve. all d-illie. and Illustrated Paper! from New
York twice per dsv and will mall any paprr pub
ll.hed llliutrated wneUly pvuirs. $ t.TO per Mir.-C
months, invnvlsb'y In a-lvr.nee. innyl7:lw.
BASF. 11 M. IUTS and Wt)l!K BOOKS,
V II NicVo'.m ft Co's.
A 1 lfimrt.-'.s. week wa ca'led attention
Ihe Consiiiut'on It'oicrs of Seward lb Rcniley, nnd
now mh- t-ik ph-isnr'i Iu noticing their AHnm fur
t! e lin'r, whi'-h is ssi.t 'o 1 a vo:-y line arlirlo fir
lb" toilet. V,e are nf tie opinion lhal the prepnra
linns of s ft R ere a" c od, fr tho rrpnta'ion
they sustain n PriiL-'i-'ts is ipnd evi-Vnce thit
thev won'd rot p it nnyo-inc In the market nf an
ord nnr-clmni'toi- Mews. A. T). MII.M'.lt CO
hi.ve't for s.i'o and wo hope all our friends will
For all Brrn' lc.al affection', try Seward's Coiielj
The fine! lot of Navv, l'le a-i I Saieklnj
T Pm I'l-.ioi f'.a''ini',e an-l I.-n-'libni-si in the mar
ket nt A. D. MIl.t.'-:!! ft Co .
The verv I. .-hi pocket Cutln-v r.nz.iis and
'.r-- i'I wnrrantod at W. II NICIIOI.SOX'S.
The finest I'lu-.' Tnhaccn nt
W. II. NICHOLSON ft CO'S.
Dry (iondft.'a larrjc stock at ItEYNObDS
nitODIlEAT) CO S, No. It Contre Si, opposite
the P -.! O.lbe, Oil City, I'l .
WALKING CANF.S t A. D. Mtl.LHIl ft CO.
Anntliec large stock of Wall Paper just ro
eclved at A. D. MILI.KK ft Co.'s
PAINT. WALL, WniTU WASH SflOK
P.ItCSMES.alar.Te mock just roccired at A. D.
M1LLF.U ft CO.-S.
fiT All persons wl'hing to be VACCINATED
can call at A. I). Miller Co.- Drns Storo an4
have the pure fresh article Iueei1ed. No charge.
A large assortment, all sizes, at A.
Miller & Co.'s.
RICM MARRIAGE GIFT,
Tim PiTii-iiT fli.-p ti-lil-li YnMiiff ATnrt .
seni to his llride, is h sound eniisiitmion anda pni
j in. I'.-a--. en ini-ae suijo"is, won ine ninna'
tviews of hrnovul-nt l'hv.'c ans. ent In senle-t '
ter enveto fit nf elmrt e. Ai drjss HOW RlJ
AS-OCIATION. Itox P.. I'liilnde'l bia. Pa. 29Sn
Try our Navy Toliacco. We know It Is the best
in the market. W. II. NICHOLSON ft CO.
Day and Evening,
OVEIt FRED JSIHITT'S A-
EXT DOOR TO
A. 1). MILLER & CO.
C. I. THOMPSON, M.
M. 1, DIAMOND STUIil.T,
TITUSVILLE, 3? A
HOUSE FOR SALE.
ANEW notTSR. one an-l a tnlf stories hli-h, lo--r.te.l
on llie .-tfl,i-l Crtrtit. near Die creek
Siihl house has all conwulfliees, good w-
ter, etc- Terms, einy Inqniioof
N. II. SIIANFK,
FuPer's Hoarding House, Esiert Farm .
Pf-lmleum Cenlre. May Is.
A FIRST CLSS
FOR SAIiE !
qMIE nndcrs'i;md heivby n'Tors fir sale bl 'h'115,
J. ery, knnnn a the
BfK HOCK OIL Wol.'KS.
TUIII FA'tM, I'l'NN
at a ba-zain. Sillls. ljc bi-re's h mctiy. Ac"J'
ler-. lil.-n-hers, SItnriiiu' Tanks, nt' line'l WHO I
t.t.. i, i o .h. ilj, irlft it-
i in.-,., ""J""' -.""",.. ll.rr
cnciiiT. al-o i.nmiiHiii-e. i-..t-'.oiu i-oif" .
e. 'Ihe s id -.,rke are in i-iu.l o.- 'cr, iwl
o start !iu-ilie- Imiecliilev l-oF ! " .
apply lo I1IKAM Cl'l.YIN. Met' """
larr rami i . o. uu.yii-i"-
tu nlxn:inate Ptovp
s. w t ice accounts for
A'li . ; Sii-it; ;;ii'. i .n-. '"! . half Cent
a, -ei- h.,vi ! ,i i l.uSrt tiinong t;ie
Gi-'ef M iiMmn M - p.
l-'-u .) F i s i d
pipes ,u, piv..i -tai
P.ivtoi.'s - ra-le oti Miink'iig and wine-drii.k-in:,
lor i"..rt..u's sv.ullows do not nlvay3
ti .l '.Uies.
1 Ciri 4.-'o has h divoreo suit ill which the
p ulic:. l.-siifii-il that their C.ii'd was named
Kr',- M n-y Juno L-ura lb lore Ellen De
1. 1 ;.: , . a " This is enough to prove that
toey o:-.gr,t not to bo permitted tho oppoi tu
ni.y to thus efflict the world again.
A nev- 'o' of tlr- celehrntud
received at Ihe
X L. KntTe. jnst
.lust re,:civcd a here s'ork of Spring patterns, at
II. C. JA ;VIS' Fnt'NlTUBE STOKE.
Virginia F. 1 owr.secd says ti-e renson
her fai-iier is iti the poor houae, is because
h is insane
The New Orleans Picayune says thut the
Louisiana Ice f'ouipnny, in that city, with
Ihfir bix roac'iiai-s in operation, maniifac"
turn fi'Vnty-two tons per day. They can
work all the year round, loc, und what they
iiiake keeps ju.it .. well as any other. This
ice uuderat'lis the Northern ice, retiilirgot
oi: cee? par ;oun.i. A blocfe of it weigh
ing ll.iie thuiisand pounds U now en exhi
bitio.l at the Fair in that citv.
ciDTin Tn oit, OtM'irrAToit'?.
ALL j crso .s nro h. retiy en'itio 'er nile- buy
in' o- hoiii! Su -k'-r Pod,, y.-fi i gock"t t'o-nts. th.
Socket beiim wdni d ou to t-ie ro ts Willi e'ttier
wnotttn or mt'iUc wed.-a and connected together
by a connecting bott, t. -; ;)! of my manufacture
as I am the sole owner .f the pate, t 'or cnnnn-tin;
rods in this manner ; all others mod i substantially
asahorc are direct infrinye.meixH on my rights, and
all parlies using rods o conneated, not of my min
ufactnre, lay themselves liable to, and will b3 pros
ecuted sccnrdlrs to law. . W. J. INNIS.
P. s. This notice Is Inserted, not as a mere
scare-crow, but will be attended to, aud rigidly en
forced. Apr 10:3m. W.J.I,
tV" BURTON'S TJBACCO ANTIDOTE
DON'T CHEW, on antidote for Tobacco, and IR
.JOHNSON'S AKOMATIC ANTI -TOBACCO COM
POVN1), for sale r MILLER, CO'S.
- . . . . M V
J. L. JOHNSON, AGENT,
No. 22, Washington
Pctrwlciim Ct nt"' pa
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