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DRUGS AND
J. H. OHEISTIE,
DEALER IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES, OILS,
Paints, Varnishes, G-lass, Putty.
Soaps, bye stuffs,
Fancy and Toilet Articles.
PURE WINES LIQUORS !
SELECTED EXPRESSLY FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES.
N. B. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours.
. I t Wasliington-st., Petroleum Centre, l'a.
trf Give m cull befero purchasing elsewhere. MylStf.) J. H. CHRISTIE.
NEW HARDWARE STORE
I1K.TIN(1 AND COOKING
STOVES !
In largo variety.
TAIiLE AND POCKET
Cutlery!
SHEbF HARDWARE.
HOUSE lURNISHINB ;C!0SS.
TINWARE,
LAMPS.
LANTERN'S. AND
FANCY ARTICLES.
NAILS AND IRON
Wooden Ware, &r.
Tor Mil
CHEAP 1
At the store formerl occupied bv HurchftVd and
Caalerline, (HI, I.' IT, HA.
JtnES B. GEGGIE.
Oil City, Jn. 4, 188!i-ir.
A. T. LEGGEIT,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
HARNESS,
Seed Bags,
Valve Cups, &c.
Experienced woskmen are emplovad, and Har
ness i if nil Iciuds kept cuastantly on band and made
to order.
INC. Ilcinz'n Pat. Secd'Bng
Fur Suits
Repairing Done at all Times !
Call and eximiuo our stuck and prices,
Main-$., below (he Mct'lin
tock House.
Petroleum Centre, P Jnn. Itli, 1HC19 tf. i
New Boot Shop.
J. A. PLANTE,
FASHIONABLE BOOT MAKEK,
Washington Street,
THREE DOORS WEST OF A. I). MIL.
LEU CO.'S DRUG STORE,
PETHOIiEU.MCE.VTISK,!!.,
Respectrnlly invits his friends and the pub
lio generally In n III ill ol big gupe
riur nmilo
BOOTS.
Tun quality of the material Im iu in not to he
exinlleJ, the style of workui:'nhi Is lltiex vptliin
ftli'e, the liitint nalterus ill' lasts beitiir ue(i. while
the prices charged fire most reasonable, pialitv be
lllK the le'l of cheapum llittiuir ha 1 liinjj experi
ence, limmnir. mid oniptovln:; mini' lint ihu beat
wniLitw.n i,.. ii.im..p. t.i;..,:.ir i.- ....n i i.i.. ...
. , " ";n ' Hi ie nine iu sup
ply nn iiniclu llml will give aalialaciiou t nil.
IW Hh will execute all unloni tilrnfoil
to him promptly, and with I hn ureal est rare: mid
has great onilUence that the article he make will
recommend themselves, after a fair trlnl.
REPAIRING NEATLY EXECUTED.
Petroleum Centre, Pa., .Inly 2 2m.
TARK ni( i; J
ddslrlna to purcha'a Engines.
Moon, Hope,
RIGS, TANKS AND SHEDS,
and all appnratm ner'alnini to weila, can do so hv
oallina on II. I1A III .'tick or K. B. IIAMMONf)
Atleinaou l airn Oifico, Uj.p.T Clterry Hnn. uo "S
MEDICINES.
United States
Insurance
COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK,
Established March 5. 1S0.
Capital & Ael, ft ft, 000,000
E. J. ROSS, Agent,
Petroleum Centre, la.
This Companv,
Being one of the oldest and mint reliable in the
United States, ar.rdsa-npleciir'ty, not only bi
lt iaive assets, which on .Ina iary Int. inM, were el
ready si million our In liabilities, hut also Ly
tha
PERSONAL LIABILITY OF THE
STOCKHOLDERS TO MAKE GOOD
ANY DEFICIENCY,
a security not afforded by any other Cash Company.
Dividend are J) fared Anna
alhj !
And may be nscd to assist in pa-ing Premiums, to
afford Iddltienal iu'iirancs. or to secure paid up
folic us after they have been In foreo foi a munbor
df years, a explaijed In our pamphlet, or they may
accumulate at coiupoiind interest to Inereaio the
num insured,
EVERY FATHER
Shou'd secure a Policy as early a possible, ss none
but healthy persons can be insured, and It Is his
moral duty, to provide In the safest wav for his ram.
I'y, which he cannot do belter, Hum by a Life In
uranee. Money invested in business may bring
more intorcst r.ir a wlille, but It may nil be lost, and
the family ia thus left destitute.
JanTtf.
NEW CLOTHING
i w nothins; !
We havejnat received and ar now opcniiu; to tha
admiring gaze of tea citUona of
PETROLEUM CE.TItE
ni;rlclnHT, the most complete ktnek, and the very
latent iiylua of Winter
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H II II II II H ll i
II I I 1 I II
N N N X N N X N
W J G G G U G h
1 hat wn evor befo'e brontrht tn Ibis place or on
Oil Creek, which we are, selling al lh lowest iws.
silile rates.
Clotliin; liuule to Order!
t tlie tliorlet notice.
Hats and Caps
OP EVERY STYLK.
IX GENTS' FL'RN'sniXG GOODS !
our Hook ! complete. One price, aad all goods
warranted aa repreaeiited.
Thanking our friends for their liberal patronacu
ucieioiurc, iru nope lor a conunnaace oi me patne.
I.ATIIEIJS Ac ALDEN.
Petrolenm Centre Doc. XI, IMiS tf.
D
lAMONU t'l.NS and ItlNtiS,
at MflAM a CO H.
TELEGBAPi
RKI'OKTKI) KHU TI!K DAILY H.nw.'M)
Afternoon Disp.i tchos
Washington, Jnn. 18.
The Supremo Court to-day made decisions
In the Now York bank cars. Opinions
wr read by Chief Justice Chase to the t(.
loct that cvrlilic ti'H of iiKli'lili'ilnrsa ami
L'nileil .States noteaur BreeDbackaartfex.-uiiit
flora Stulu taxulluu. ,
AlllIllBtR, Me.,
iMr. Morrill ptililialiea a card to the Ltvis
latuio witlidiawing from the Seoaterial con
test in du'ur of IJamiiUul Hamlin.
Albany, Jan. 19.
Reuben E. Fenton was to-day nominated
for United States Senator by the Hepuhli.
cans on the second ballot; receiving 52 votes
to 40 Tor Morgan. Iiy full vote ot tbe can
ons, subsequently ibn nomination wut mude
11 llllUlllltHIH.
Mr. liemia, of Chautauqua. called the cau
cus to order, aad on bis motion Hon. L.
Sclfcreg, member Irom Tompkins, was called
to the chair. The clerk of tha two Houses
was chosen Secretary.
The roll was called and all tbe Republican
members of the Satiate and Assembly an
swered to their names, 92.
Mr. Thayer, ol Reasalaer, and Mr. W. M.
Ely, of Oneida, were appointed tellers anil
a motion to proceed to a formal ballot was
adopted.
Judge Campbell, ef Otsogo, nominated
Reuben E. Fenton: lion. Lyman Truman,
nominated Edwin D. Morgan.
Speeches were made in behalf of .Mr. Fen
ton by Messrs. Yoiingleve, Cameron, LeHin
and I'atkes. Messrs. Hugeman and Folger
spoke in lavor ol Mr. Morgan.
A formal ballot was taken vit!) tho fol
lowinat teii!t: Reuben E. Fenton. 5ft; Ed
win I). Morgan, !!); Blank. 1 total. 93.
There being one vole in excess, a motion
to rreceeii to another ballot was carried.
Setiutt.r Halo moved that the vote be ta
ken viva on. 1.0ft.
The aeenti.l rolo was then taken and re
ultiil as follows: Reuben E. Fenton, 52;
Edwin D. Morgan, 40 total. 92.
Tin- Chairman dbcidud that Reuben E.
Fenton was nominated, having received a
majority of the votes cast.
Mr. Triitiiat) moved to make Mr. Fenton's
nominaiion unanimous. Carried.
The can. us then adjourned.
A.
Very Inrae majority of t'le-e who reoiiira Provis.
Ions l'lo.ir. Feed. Oate, Corn, liar, Ur'iiu, &c. .
! s go to a
MAN
Who n-lnally has tho chol.est variety of Cmlj
I" eelliiw at the very lowest priciv that can
bo atlmtled. o that he enn hardly kci.p out of Hie
hnnJii ot l. eiieriff Therefore 1 have
FOUND
It best !o a'mp'y Invile everybody to nil and exam
ine my etiiek and lulees before piin'llaliiL-eewhere
aitu ly bill litllp ii, r,.L,:ir,J 1() ,v hi:,v ,, ,u.;
lenuiiiaiion to inaUe it adwiiitaueous to ihnse who
a:c
ALIVE
To their own Inte-c f. t' buv tlle'r Pmvlsi,.-,,
I-lour, teed of all kinds, and indeed evoryiluiiu
IN
Tl e r,-ovWon line, of r. r. WSXCIf, oproi-iie
the Kocheeler llou-i., WsJiintvu -t. ..,
Petroleum Centre, Pa.
Sept I tf '
NEW STORE '
Flour, FeI and General
Groceries !
RLSMn'rrsi, &m,
llvinj:lifncdiii l e'rot i!m Trntre, with a la ee
Sin u of k
: kx !: it a i j t; inn: e ii i r:s !
TOOKT1IEU WITH
FLOUR Sc
lr VtlHllllK hr III. la h.lln ...t..tl t..
. ............... .,, 1,-im ion oi (oi- nil-
iu aid a I iuiii f etro'tuui t.enne to call and ex-
miiiic in-ir siiK. i m y nave no nand and will
continue to ku.ai a hrrn and choice lot of
APPLES !
and wtl make a speciality or KUirii and l'KED,
tfcelr fttrlliliu Iwmk, d.ii il.ut i,....
- - . .u..v ,u ouiuiac
siK'ce-i-ln.lv with any lioMBoon the Oreek
KK.MISMliliK T1IKIU STAND. OPPOSITE THE
AIcCl.lXTOCK 1IOLSE.
W. II. KUXUINSMITH.
II. KUNulxs.MITU,
' nnvfB if
SSIFIARS) & ST0E,
Wholesale and lietail Healers in
GROCERIES PROVISIONS
CROCKERY.
f.LASS and SIOMi 1VAIXE,
NO. :iO STltEKT,
oil. rrrv. fA. aus tr
JiiNxoimiocl.
'IMIR co-rmi-tnersliio heretorore existinir hi tweor
l )' .K KHiwItisinlih. II Kliuulnsn.ith and
N 11 Holt ad, is iliis day disaolved hy mutual cou
eeet N II iIinTird retires Iroia the Ann and W II Kllni;
insoiiih and II KluiKinsiailli conlmiie In the limi
ne, and ussiuue all bill or or asint tre lale
nrm. W 1 KI.I'v,INSM H,
II KLlNCIVSMmj,
N 11 JHiFKUKD.
Pctro'eum Centre, Jan. Ii, i.'.fl!l. Hv,
SOU!) Gold Jewolre, Ladies' Keu, Fur Bfi-"a
t'ini Mtu- e Uaitons. c , at HhAJl dfc C'6'S.'
dm; ix .miRKCTs,
Okpimj op )
r Pkt'm Ckntiir Daii.v KEConn.
!'i. nt.ii.Kt M Cli.sTitE, Jan. 19. S
Trr
The murket ia quiet to-day. Wo hear of
no transactions. Sellers nte holding at ?fi,
w hile buyers do not offer liigber than S.i.75.
Sliipnienls from this point, Jan.1 IS,
were: 7X1 barrels crude.
I'UI Kttl.KUJVl IHAKKETSIHV TKI.-
:iltAFII.
Saninl Dispatches to Uie Dally Kecwl.
I'lTTSIiflniH. Jan. I!).
Spot 1434 for 45 gravity. 47 er. M'j.
First water for l.'ur. 47 nr. .
1. O. first six montlia 10 for 45 gr;
15' j for 47 gr.
S. O. first six months, 15 for 45 gr. ;
fur 47 gr
Buyers' option all tblt year, 1 7,' 3 1 ft.
fur 47 gr.
Sellers' option all this year, 14,'.
for 47 gr.
Sales None.
Market Dull.
ruii.iniil.PHiA.JJau 19.
Spot, 32''.(g33
Jan'v .l.'l.
Keb'y 33!s'.
March 34.
Jan'y to June .
April to Jnne
April In Dec .
Crude Bbls. 24 1-2.
Crude bulk. Ill 1-2.
Market Firmer and pi ices a shade bigb-
New Yohk, Jan 19.
Receipts Refined. 955 barrels.
Crude. 1,CH() bl.is.
Naptha. bbls.
Crude. 20
Refined. 34tj(ff.15.
Market Firmer.
Lovpox, Jan. 1 :. 2. pm.
Refined, 20.Jd. Spirits. Rtl.
Antwerp, Jan. 19. 3 p.m.
LivtlHOol.. Jan. 19,2 p.m.
Refined 20;3'd. Spirits. 8jM.
Antwerp, Jn. 19. 5 p. m.
Crude 56 1 257.
Western Unlou tlno market neport.
New Yotk. Jan. 19.
Crude, bulk, 21.
Relined t'. L S. to VT., 33 ; S. W.
Market Firm.
Philadelphia. Jn. 19.
Crudf Nominal.
Refiued P. L. S. W.. SP., : S. W.
J2',.
Murket Film.
Pittslmrgh, Jan 19.
Market Quiet and dull.
Nothinu doing.
Sa,l 15 about tbe price.
Cloning New York Market.
New Yotk, 3:10, p. iu., Jan. 19.
Firm but quiet,
Relimd, 34(334.j.
Crude. 20( 2lli.j.
(ULU IN M:V VOilK.
New York. Jan. 13.
field 13ii .
Petroleum Exchange
HOTEL.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
FRESH
OYSTERS !
Received
DAILY!
ALL THE
LirXfRIES !
OF THE
SEASON!
Wnaliiiigtoii Strppt,
Pt-troleum Centre, Pa., nexi door to Ishaui Jk CVi's
J w.elry Store-
F,IBV &z NAM8, Propr'R.
Pay Roiirder- nrconimotlatciJ, Menl aerved at
all hiurs, OvnUth, and veiv denption ot aine
uruU.icd nuc-tO.
rwb plains wilt b ipared to accommodate lbm
No favor us with thdr patroirte.
KHUY A AND?
IVtrnlciim Centra, Jnn. fl. lMi9.ti'.
GROCERIES! GROCERIES !
Crock ry t Crockery ! Crockery !
GUass Ware, Stone Ware,
CHINA WARE,
ol all kinds and dcscrijitious. Also,
PROVISIONbl
of n'l kind-. (WKEK of tli hest (jHfilitv. TKAS
wtip-l: Ciinnor I mi rpsi-t-il KI.ol'U, IU T
TKK, IIKKSK. AI'IMJ-:-. F-KMONS utHt
DltANdK. m ml in I'm r m-cryihtn jL.r.
txinhi Ion wiHl coii'lHch't
mm? & PBoyrsioj stbhe.
GERMAN SILVER WARE, KNIVES,
KuIlKs, SI'Ofi.NS, Ac
My friends an-l the rifizns of l' tl'ulfatm (Vnti-e
and vicinity, will always li.id any and evcrvthini; iu
my line at the
GROCERY STORE ON MAIX-ST.. OP
POSITE THE HANK liriLm.NO.
v. i fn,i,i:u 4: s,sv.
Pi'tvolenm Contri'. Mi y 111, INI. if.
rj'HK folinaiiiK person will make apnliratlon
1 for l.ire .ae at iho January tcuu of tho Court
ot Quarter Hcssiiais:
liavid Stewart, Ptone'r, Hotel.
A. .1. ( hri-lcy Pilhol,,. Wlio csalij.
Sa'TiusI Itice. Picliee,-, WholeKUle
.1. K McCuwn. Cornp;.inir tj,., hni.m-art
wni:-8t. ,1 ii SMI Til. C lerk
A. 1). MILLER ,V CD 'S UOLl'MX.
As D, MILLER & CO,
Wholesale and Uoiall Dealers in
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C.
Washhi'ton Street,
PETKOLEl'U CEXTKE, PA.
wmm
fsi?v-
Tbuir Stock consists of everythingIn the
line of
Drugs & Medicines !
PURE LIQUORS,
FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES,
Wholcmilo and Kctall Agent (or
JOHN ROOT'S EITTEIIS,
CONSTITUTION HITTERS.
ALIS.MA FOR THE HAIR.
SEWARD & BENTLEY S COUGH SYRUP
MAGIC MACEDONIAN OIL,
TUJPOXCO'S GOLDEN PILLS,
WALKER HAZE'S CIGARS,
JAYNES' MEDICINES,
ANDERSON'S DERMADOR.
SPENCER'S MIXTURE.
SPENCER'S OINTMENT, Ike.
PILLS.
AVer's,
Bnindeth's,
Cephiilir,
llerrick's,
Hooper'.,
Marsdcn's,
Mcl.nne's,
Moflnt's,
Stntl's.
Knilwil' It. B.
JU'IIE'S.
Hsller-e. ?
Wilson's,
W inltans'a,
Wrlich'ts,
Jayno's,
S'-benck's.
Dupouco'e, do.
Koliarl.
Clark's female, rheceeman's
Velaau s, do, 4c., Ac
Eerrlimery, Toilet Ar-
tkli's. Soaps, Rruslii's, &e.
ok;iis, coiiUS, A.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Javne'a Expecturant,
jlarsden's lialtn,
Cbenck's Syrup,
Universal Syrup,
Excelsior Syrup.
Ransom's Iliio Syrup,
Seller's Sy.up,
Coe's Syiup,
Hall's Uaifani.
Denton's lialsom,
' Hrran's Wafen.
Oliro Tar, I'rowu's Trochea;'
AVinliart's Pine Tree Tar.
Seward's CoiikIi Cine,
Ualeman's Syrup.
Cuiiirli Candy, Aff
Cigars and Tobaccos !
Tile Beit Rvcr Ii oii?!it lo Ihu
Oil Hrsioti.
IIAIU Stl'STOli: 1TIVKS.
ALI"MA, MRS. J. A. ALLEN'S,
RING'S, CHEVALIER'S,
II ALL'S. MARTHA WASHINGTON,
n a r ii : t t s, i ; oss i:t t k it's,
LYONS, STERLING'S.
HARRY'S, Ac., Ac.
II ITT EH A.
ROOT'S. CONSTTTfTION, H'MUCK'S,
DHiiKK'S. Nl XOARA STAIt, liriM.KT'M
MlSlll.F.H-fi. IIHSI'KI'TKH'S, SI'KKIf'S.
II0OF1.ANDS. rALls-liKNIA, ATTWOOU'B,
l'liDTOXIDE I HON, AC
C iii liiiii nntl ItKslic Sb!p.a.
1MIXTS, OILS,
VAH.MSIIFJS,
I'l'TTT, Ll'E
Turppiitine, pnnsva,
Ily. Stiil'fi, Dryer,
i.i:fi. Kits' sFBiLUfr:s,
Laid (HI, EvcroviK1 (Ml, &c.
LAMPS, LAMP FIXTURES, A.e.
Snitch Ale,
liciiKCtt AS1,
Ciio;ress Wafer;
f PRESriMI'TIONS COM
POUNDED AT A LL
UOUHS OK THE
MW5 NIGHT AND
su.nua a.
STATIONERY,- ENVELOPES
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. TRUSTS
Come aloiin, conic one, come sll. ll don't no..1 inv--tbli
1 to Inok at "omh, ano, we will tiy to tuwt yo-Ji
ill .veil.
A n MlU.Elt V
Pelovfum Per. I re. 'T s- lsi - ')

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