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SOKE PRINT MISSING
r-vo vm Ontre Daily Record.
ret. init.c ' uen.iui, Jrc, 38,
laf'ITtl AM) I1EPAKIXKK IT
'J.'l4lV8 oai O. V. dc A. tt. IC.
yu. Phsseiiurr Leave Corry 11.20 a.
n. ; '''iit.Bville, 12.&0 . in. ; Petruie'no Cell.
up, 1.40 p. m.; Oil City, 2 22 p. m.; Ii
linetnn, C It) p. m.
No 4, Passenger Leave Corry 6. 10 a. m.
Tlliieville, 7.35 a.m.; Petroleum Centre,
8. 14 am j Oil City, 8 69 m ; an If at lr
vlneion 1 1 .40 a
No. 8, Pasenaer---Leave Corry 6.05p m;
Tlmsville, 7 50 p m Pelrnlniig Centre,
,'Ct p oi ; arrive al Oil City 9,20 y di.
. Jio. 1, Fnssenger LnH Irvinoton 7.15
ao; Oil CUT, 10.10 a i; Petroleum Cen
w, 11.06 ii in; Titusvilirf, 11,60 a id; arrive
at Con y 1,40 p in.
Nn. , Passenger -Leave Irvlneton, 12.-
p i; Oil City 2.57 p m; Petroleum Con
tee, S.tt p ioj i'iiusvii;, 4.20 p in; arrive
at C'trv ft.6 p m.
No. 6, Passenger Leava Oil City 7,00 a
; Pstroleuiu Centre. Z.43 a ui; Titusville,
S,i a arriie at Curry 10,10 a ni.
Praacaiag at 11 o'clock A. M., aaa 7
'clack F. M.
P.T. J. T OxTonr, Pastor.
allTHODTST EPISCOPAL' CHURCH.
Services every Sabbath at II A. M. ana
i4 r. M. Sabbath School at 12, P. M.
acta frte. A cordUl invitation extend
Kit. C. M. Hiard, Pastor.
8T8. PBT1Z AfTTpAUL'S (Catkolie)
Haas at ICI4 a. ta.
' Yatpsr sod Bsnelielitn af the Biassed
Issraaegt at 4 p. at.
Cateskisa at 2;p. ss.
J AXES DUNN, faster.
Owing to the extremely nnplnt state
or (be weather the Catholic fair at Sobel's
.Hall wns not very well attended last even
ing, and closed at an early hour. This
eveoing a variety of exerc sea will be pre
sented The voting lortbe various ar
ticles 10 be awarded to the most popular
gentemeu, started niT quite lively, and the
cenfest prom lies to ba a lively ore. We
ltorie to see the hall crowded lo-nijbt.
'7 Tbo jinort that the Snanish innhnot
wore eoming up Oil Creek tu bombard IV-
iroleum Centre turns out to bo unround,.,!
It was only a fleet of fishing smacks loaded
wl lb oysters for the Petroleum 'Kxchang.
Hotel. The fleet Is comtnacded by Capls.
Sutherland ami Taylor.
Tub Salibatb School of the Melhodis
Church of Ibis place will bave a r.clirul o
the chord Friday evening next. It was
not practicable to have this festival on
Christmas evening Was Bret intended
A very flno library has been purchased and
will be presented lotbesehool. There w': 11 be
a variety td exercises by the m mbers the or
cbof.l. an a repast consisting or fruits and
rake will be served nl the conclusion. Each
family connected with the church. eongreea
tion or school Is requested to furnish a cake)
ana send it in on Friday morning. The
exercises will commence at 7 o'clock p.m.
' M. E. Hess, Supt.
We Inadvertently omitted to mention in
our issue of yesterday, thut the cliildreo of
the various Sunday Schools of our place
were made glad by tbo nnmero'us presents
srlvetl .Ihilll liv rrtenila mi1 'ei.i
v - - " . v. jiuiuiiin. lull
Is as it should he. fur It cannot help but add
interest to the schools, and creates a friend
ly fueling i t: 0 hearts if all connerted
The Bennett well, on the twelve acre
lease adjoining tbo Mallory rnrm, com-?
'itiencod testing yeslerdy making a fine
show. The water was not exhausted until
this ninrnfug. It is now yielding at the
lata or II vo or fi'x burrels jier day, uud bid?
fair to be a pom) paying well.
At least ten new wells will lie down al
lied Uot, near Shamliurgli, within n short
vime, and a largo increase of production if
moKeu lor. A new 1(10 barrel well was
struck on the Independent Tract, Sbamhur,
last week. It is hardly probable that all
1I10 wells put down at that place will prove
paying Institutions, although so far there
cro os dry boles.
A terrible liioectnred ut Syiaeuse, N.
Y., yes'rrday'niotuliiB, by wtlch property
valued at $450,000 was destroyed.
The wea'ber is deoidedly- ba'tjiPAll sjnt.
Nothing but luurl under looty, clouds
overhead No protp-ct or a6""""4.
7 En cine,
In bis lecture in Muw
Kennau, a member of
.ut 1 1' u
if. ii - i
TK WIDOW ItlOHlt.TlAVseilll'D.
DlKCOVBRV (IF TUB Ml' II UK I! Ell IN T1IIC I'BB-
80S or A I'ltlSONKR CoMMITTKU Foil A
sliocklxo assaci.t u1"cn axotukr
The butchery f the Utile girl Mohrmau
In PliilndelpM.i eighteen months ago has
been fastened upon Juhn liaiiion, a barber
now in PliiUdelpiilit county Jail, under
sentence of live years' imprisonment for a
shocking assault upon a child. The details
of the atrocious murder of the beautiful
little girl Mobrmjn are slill fresh in the
memory of the people of Philadelphia. Up
on tba discovery or lis commission the pro-
loiiudvst sensation was created in every
circle, and (or months afterward the entire
police lorco of the diU'ic(, with ail the
detective department, went to work with
an earnestness never before known, to ferret
out tho criminal.
The child was kidnapped liom its borne
one Sunday morainj while its mother was
attending church, and on tho following
Tuesday its bi.dy was found lying in a
vacant lot near its borne. When taken t0
the police station stalwart men stool aghust
when the Corner's physician took the body
and showed the manner, i:i which the hor
r.blo net had been committed. A large
number of persons, among whom were
vagrants known to loiter and sluep nbi.ut
barns in tho neighborhood, were arretted
on suspicion. But as an examination of
the locality left it sell-evident that a house
hold had perpetrated the crime, the va
grants were discharged, and the barber
liar. Ion, living a few doors liom .Mis. Muhr.
mac's bouse, was taken into custody.
A little girl, who is said tn have witnessed
the carrying off of little llury, could not
identify him us the man, and he was di
cbargeii also. The detectives bureau tins
urver lost sight oTlbis man since, and a
rigid surveillance was Instituted over bim
so strong were tbe Indications that he alone
committed tbe foul crime.
On Wednesday last be was missing from
bis house, and upon Inquiries being estab
lished it was ascertained that under tbe as
sumed name af Charles Harris he bad been
tried and convicted of an attack upon an
While those who have carefully watched
this case aro morally certain that Hanlon is
the murderer of Mary Mohrman, there is
lack of legal evidence to place bim 011 trial.
The Clarion River well, neor Rlysnn linn,
wss tubed last week, but beloru the water
was exhausted tbe seed bag Imtated. They
have now procured new casing, aud wilt
be pumping In a day or two,'
To or three wells on Deer Creek aro al
most completed, with favorable indications.
There bavo been several new strikes at
Parkers. The upper well on the island 1
reported now at. 35 barrels, and the Gailey
well, a hulf mile up tho river is put down
at G barrels, and still increasing. Two or
three new wells just at the mouth of the
Clarion are being tested, and yield' some
oil. F. G. Guib. has purchased Mr. I'ol
iner's interest in tbo Clarion Borough Com
pany's well on the Fox Farm, so thit It is
now all owned by citizens of -that place.
The well is pumping six or seven barrels a
day end gradually gaining. The company
will soon commence another well on an ad
joining lease. , The l'iney well owned in
pait by lieaty, Ross and Myers, of Clarion,
is pumping over SO barrels a day. The
well in which our old friend Aidinger is in
terested, promises to be a 15 or 20 barre1
Two or three Fina'l strikes in tho vicinity
of Euilentou have created a denvmd for
erritory in that vicinity and leases are now
being rapidly taken.
Two or three wells are about being com
menced on land of E.-F. Heeler, on Sandy,
n l' the burning well. A well Close by
lljwa over a barrel a dny, and .there l.i a
hjavy gos vein. Cl irion Demount.
On tho Tidioute aud Warieu tract, the
eimpanywcll is pumping eighty barrelH.
A new well was striivk Wednofday on tbe
F.Bber and Cusbing louse. It . is numbered
four," und stuns out with pumping sixty
barrels, and promises to bi a 1'irge well.
No. 5, 011 the same lease., is down 150
feet. Their No's. 2 and 3 are pumping fifty
Mr. Click's well on the Cohill farm, is
pumping fifteen bairels. ' On the Economy
tract, no change of any moment hustakeu
: place. The West Hickory territory holds it
I In Citicitiuall, Sat nday 1 uiglit, a pocket
knil'e was plun-iod lo the hill through the
left temple of Jerry Horgan. Ia that con
dition bo was luken lo tho hospital, joking
and playing with tho handle oi' lheknif. ,
opening and shutting-Jt, nni ivd b'folt
us if he had two beads, lu extracting'!.
tinea inen with full strength held his bead
down, while two exlitic: l the knife, using
a nalr of nine tonus tu grasp ih hilt. 11m-
11 tn is doing well, wUn a fair uuspct if
retuvery. The up lie uci't: w..! uot cut.
Xladamo Prim begins to pranco like a
An English woman has willed $10,000 to
Hump T. Dnmpl? is playing at the Ns
tUnil theatre t Cincinnati.
Prim insists that Isabella did prin .Hie
Spauisli jewels when she Ml her situation-
quietly domiciled at her father's hous in
Gail Hamilton! bas written a story to
illustrate her ill treatmeut nt the hands of
Fields & Osgood.
A dvvarr eight inches shorter tlian Tom
Thumb is attracting oigbt-iuchlou in Chi
A woman in Chicago reeer.tly seiz-d a
man, and before he couid s-.-cure assistance)
brutally married bim.
Brick" Po'meroy's sobriquet was given
him iu 1S57, by George D. Prentice, of the
Green Clay Smith, late Governor of Mon
tana, has taken puitoral cb ugo of a Bap.
list Church ia Richmond, Ky.
Tho Snprea King of Siain is called
Somoditch Para Punirainda .Malia Ctiula
lonokoon Patindr Top JIaha Mongkut.
Tho morals of tho ."bal'' dispense with
It is authoriliavely stated' that the loss of
life by kerosenj Is greater than by railroad
and steamboat aecideuU coui'oiue l.
A. D. Richardson's property, estimated at
rrom 673.000 to $100,000 a fortnight ago,
will not toot up over '$10,003. itisnjw
said. . , , .
The Kew'York Evening Mail calls New
Jersey a great bedroom, with New York
and Philadelphia at either end holding nlgb
Young lady physicians' are multiply inc;
throughout the country, -and consequently
tho young men urrf decidedly more sickly
tbun tbey used to be.
Tbo largest individual tax in Boston :e
Augustus Ilememfay $33,329. The Boston
Gas Company pays more than any olu.r
See. what comes of attempting to violala
immutable 'imlural laws! A gentleman
rashly undertook to teach a Siindaysehoul
clu-s iu Cbic-igo, uud died almost inin.edi
alely in consequence.
Oswego bas a new pi' per, culled I he I tide,
pendent. It decl ine it will be neutral in
icllgion and. politic!", as it "knons very
litt'.eortho loriuer, and nothing nhateveroi
Adam Tim wns bunded in tue jtil yard
lu Carlisle, I'u , at Ul'ty-oue mihules pact 1
o'clock Monday atternoou, for the murder
of Henry Stabni on December 29, 1SGS, near
Sbippeiiiburg, Pa. He kuocked his victim
down with an axe-polo and then cut off Us
bead. O l his trial he pleaded guilty, and
was sentenced to doitli lie op iosed nil
application for pardon, and said that he
was willing to dio for what be had done.
Au application was presumed to Gov. Geary
no'twilbtanding, but it wns rejeoied. Bot
lew persons .wiluessed tbu execution, and
T'tus died easily.
'Jem" M.ice and "Tom" Allen, two no
torious brui-ers, well known to nil interest
ed in tbe P. R., ami of no uccount M any
body else, nr airanging for a prizefight
for $5,000, und that mythical honor, the
championship. Tho light is to take p!i.cu
within fifty miles of Detroit or Cincinnati'
and Allen proposes, In a loiter to the Clip
per, that ho will meet Mac, to draw up the
ai tides, half way between New York and
SI. Louis, which he thinks would ho about
TERltir.l.E Dkath. A negro in Washing
ton enteied an tn. occupied house receriilv
lo steal lend pipe. Alter taking nil l;o could
find in an ti pper room, be cut a bole in tin
He or to get down into the lower one, but
not ui'iking it huge t noupli, lie got fastened
in trying to get through, und bis chest be
ing contracted, suffocated. Ills dead body
was found i-ttlurd .y, hanging thiuiigh the
ceiling, by some p-nple who entered the
lower room to tin Kb repairs. '
On Wvdr.es.luy night tbe llrsl death at
Hickory occurred. .Mr. Aaron Daniels, oj
Waverly, N. Y., a-soap peddler, died of the
delirium tremens. He informed the proprie
tor of the White House that hs would die
during tho r.lght. It took threo men y
hold bim in bis struggles with the hideous
demons that peopled his fancy."
'"Tho daelleis on one of the streets 0'
Memphii were recently Huitled liy loud
cries o! murder,' and w hen the peisou from
whom tie cries proceeded was found, he
replied lo anxious inq-iiries, that, "being
an orphan, having no father or mother, or
otser klnsptcpte, und feeling lonely, be
concl'ided lo gather a crov.d f.T compa-
Just received a large and
stock of a'.iolf liuidware at J.
Parlor and ollicn stoves, a few loll and
will be Bold at cost nt J. linlheif.ird,s. tf.
Carrlusc 15ta. wholesale and retail, at
Nicholson & I'lackmon's. S-tr.
'Horse Shoe Noile, wholesale uud retail,
t. , js ' tllit Nictolsnn & Blarkmon's. 23-tf.
Richardson 14" -
A splendid assortment or Diamond goods
just received at H. L. Nuse's, No 10 Spring
St. TiUisvllle. r, Dc- 3 I"
A ! stoik tfleUies aod penis gold
WntcK just received at H. L. N use's, No
10 Sprin St. Tllusvllle. Dec. 22 lmo.
the Holidays at A. s
Dec. 21 t f.
Slipper Patterns lor prifents ut A. S.
Smith's. Dec. 21 t-f.
A full assortment ol laKRt st le of ladies
shoes at A. S. Smith s Dec. 1-1.
The largest variety or Sterling Silver
Ware, and silver plated wore, such as Tea
Setts, Cake Baskets, Fruit Stands, Castors,
ie, Ac, oier brought to the oil regions,
can be found ut II. L. Nose's jewelry store
No. 10 Spring Street. Tllusvllle, I'a.
Dec. 22 lmo.
Si. S. Simiuoi'.s has some very ,bcant)fU
articles suitable lor picsenls displayed lu
his Drug Store. Dee. 21 I f.
Step into Simmon's Drug Sloro and il
you duti't fiod something suitable tor a
present, we won t ask yon again. Dec 21 tf.
Go to M. S.
He J. 21 t-f.
H'riWni or f.Hs Daily Ilecord.
None need tell me beauty's fleeting,
For "lis seen-to lade awaj;
Tl Bai'.kku has a charming secret;
Makes beauty prool against decay
Al his Phutosraph Gallery
Not (he artist's skillful lingers
Can the human lace portray.
Like ihive splendid liv like pictures;
Woven by ihu God oldny
Al lURKtnsj Art Gallery
Friends have we w ho larly cberisti
Who would prize a picture true,
Trux tu nature, Hint ne'er shall peiish;
U.uiKEii uitiki's ibem uot a lew.
How pleasnnt tb gszs on the features ol
friends alsent, or those Ibat huv parsed
N. B. A card represetillng four stages 11!
the recent total aula r eclipse, piesented lu
eiich p.-rson orderuiz Imlf dozen .rd
Puotograplii ut IIakkkk's Picture Gall fry
Die 14 nr.
Fine aisor m-nt of latest style ofiadb'S
shoes at A. S. Smith's. D.-e. 21 t-f.
Olden luken for suits and Ills guaranteed,
at Lammers & Allen's.
The New Gas Pump lor sale ut Nicholson
it BUckmon s. tf.
Reduced Prices at Liminers & Alden's.
Holidays at A.
Dec. 21 t f. '
Slipper Patterns for presents at A. S.
Smith's. Dec. 21 t-f.
The New Gas Fump for sale at Nicholson
Blaclttnob's. ' tf.
Underclothing in large quantities at Lam
mers & Alden's.
Kiu Cloaks A
Larneis & Alden's.
large assortment, at
SliEKiFFs Skk in Ci.oskii. Nicholson &
Bla ktnon having bought bim out at this
place and K.une(jily. tf.
The largest uud best assort men! of Table
'uilery, ever brought into Hie country at
Nieheolson &, lilacitnion's tl.
A NEW MARVIN SAFE,
Kr.qu.re of II, FUKKMAN.
Dm. 51 tf.
If yuu wuu'd hnvit a Merry t'hrUtinuV and a Lappy
Kcw Your, buy j our TO V 9 ut .
The largest lot of Toys in the country can
be found at J. W. Beatty's
R icking Horses at J W. Beatly's. .
Klelxh's at J. W. Benin's.
China Toys ulall kitxls at J. W-Beatty's
A ttioiiaaml and onu things to he sees at
J. W. Beatty's.
Tin Toys. Wagons. Mechanical Toys
Velocipedes. Hot Air Toys at uenliy s. .
Cbo'eo American und Freooh Confection
ary ut Beatty's.
Jlalaga Grapes at Beatly's.
Ladies' Willow Baskets at Beatly's.
Pure Apple Cider nt fcesMy's, lHm
ARE NEAR AT HAND
HAS MADE HIS USUAL CALL ON
And left the Largest and most CoiojiItU)
Stock of Goods suitable for lloliiUj
1'ieseuls ever oil'ered iu this
Gold and Silver Chains,
Silver and Plated Ware,
IS LARCH VARIETY,
Als s largs u wsll '.ncud atck of
- Clgur Holders,
Togtthr w lb a naaortc! itock of
Pleos call and take look st nr
Stock. WASHINGTON' ""TKEBT. 1'EThO
LE M CB.NTRE, PA.
RESiDEHGE FOH SAIE.
Ths llcs'iieni-" or M.EXfS f'UH, ilMt.uett,
I eiraleuai Leu ru, r ei; .1. .
I.ntlied snl pltcrert. witli ;q rromsen lis
noil s it'iod c.Mln.- l'm-oion tjireu lu it-pfi-e;ia!er.H.
Ai p'y uo the premises,
de'13-2". K't .
FUN FPU THE HOLIDAYS
Catholic Fair !
MONDAY, DKC. 27TII,
Useful and Ornamental Articles,
Toys and Christmas Pres
s ents in Abundance.
Ref re aliments
In every style always l""d
Tho rollow-.n.- ardclea will be co.it el W
A GOLD HEADED OaNE.
n..w.Mors. A. Wood'.VncleJohaXD"
Irwtuaud Hoot. Tajlur.
A BEAUTIFUL RIFLE,
Between S. Hoydo'.d. ana O-'O. ilsao.
A GOLD HEADED CANE,
Between tbe Poctors of ; Pe.ro!.am.C.atro
Between Messrs. Kiun.y, Lswionco and
A FRENCH MANTLE CLO0K
Bctwa Mrs. Ftaajy-faltou." V
A SEGA U HOLDER,
Bfltweea Mes, V- JlcMahon. M J-i f
, A MAGNIFICENT STOLlv.
A GOLD CHAIN
will bs awarded to tu. most popular Ci
A SILK DRES3 PATTEUN.
To the mint popular Luay Manauer-
will b3 lu full uperatiua.
unnr. nnon st T P. m niid closo at 11
Alliuidsion 10 cents.
COAlMIll'"''- a Fmiih,
O.ren0:itTney, W tMi