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Petroleum Centre Daily Record.
Pot. Centre, Tnenlay, Jniie !
sU J:.I'. U , Jiditor.
Time ot CloslnB nolle.
V. O.. Petkoi.fi onw. I'a , (
July STs-T. lS'-s. J
l iitil fitrtlier notice the mails will arrive at and
depart frouvtiiis oil!- follows:
t'.nnth and East, via. Irvliuton. 10.28 A. M.
South and Wwt, " Mcadv.lle, o.i r.
Norta and East, C'orry.s:j "
South and West, 8 45 A. M.
outl. East and West, 2 80 P. M.
Norm,' Kan and Weal, 10.0) A. M.
PRESBYTERIAN ' CHURCH.
IVachln? ot 11 o'clock A. M., una 7,'
o'clock P. M.
Rev. J. T. Oxtouy, Pastor.
M. E. CHURCH.
Services every Sabbath t 11 A. M.. ana
1 P. M. Sahlath School at twelve o'clock
M. Seats Free. A cordial invitation
extended to all.
Rev. Ci M.' Heard. Pastor.
RTS. PETER AND PAUL'S (CATHOLIC)
Muss at 10-4' a. in.
Vespers and Benediction of the Blessed
Sacrament at 4 p. m.
Catechism at 2 p. m.
JAMES DUNN. Pastor
Changs of Time. Oil Creek & Alio
gliey River Railway, Monday, April 26:
NORTH WARP TRAIX3i
Express No. ."1 arrives at 7.20 .. m.
Kxpress No. 1 arrives at lfl.IiO n. ro.
Express No. .' arrives at 5.31 p. ro.
Freight No. 7 arrives at 12.45 p. m.
Freight No. 13 arrives at 12.01 p. in.
Freight No. 15 arrives at 8.45 . in.
Express No. 4 arrives lit 9 13 n. m.
Express No, 2 arrives at 3.10 p, m.
T-'xpress No. 6 arrives at 7.25 p. nt.
Freight No. 8 arrives at 6.34 p. ro.
Freight No. 10 arrives at 8.25 a. ni.
Freight No. 14 arrives at 2.00 p. nt.
Freight No. 16 arrives at 12.45 p. ro
Sanitary Moanre Their Neoooslty
iii .Petroleum Centre.
Petroleum-Centre, exists Id name and
ImsInoBs-aotlvity, but now presents the most
filthy harum-scarum appearance, owing to
tberoegllgence,of our citizens in not proper
ly cleaning around their dwellings and busi
ness places.Jtfetnlnds us ot the breaking
tip oVbard winter, when . everything per-
: .1. i 1 . 1 - 1 . P . i. .. .1 i :
forth an odor which welcomes disease.
We are now entering upon the warm
months, at which lime, in all well regulat
ed places, too ' peoplo are compelled to
thoroughly cleanse their yards, remove the
gathered liltu from every quarter, and give
a healthful appearanco to everything. We
liava no corporation here, and to place our
Btreets and yards in Q bcaltby condition,
must depend upon the neatness and care of
those who occupy the grounds. It U a great
wonder wo have not, before this, been visit
ed with plagues to a much greater ex
tent, . us certainly disease arising
from filthlnesj never received more encour
agement to locate than it does in Petrol-
urn Centre 1 1 prosont. Not only are our
streets tilled with the slosh of a whole win
ter's gathering, but the back yards between
Washington street and the railroad, and al
a 1 on tho opposite side to the Creek, are in
a condition sickening to tho sight and dang
erous to life. Will there not bo some ac
tion taken to remove this barrier to health
fi'om ruining US'. Tho Central Petroleum
Company could benefit us by draining into
the creek, and this, with the assistance of
occupants of the-land, woulcrgiently im
prove our . sanitary .condition. Disease wo
must expect, and disease wo invite, so long
as our slreeta and yards are in their pre
bent ti t thy condition.
The Iteturr. Dir. feahody.
The brightest bit of nows we have beard
lately is that which tells that the only very
wealthy man of lha present century, who
fully appreciates tho purpose for which
God gave bim wealth, is coming again to
America bis home.
The whole civilized world reveres the
name of Gi.oRUE Peabodv. as its most il-ltiBti-iotia
personage. He has wasted no
precious time he has advocated no absurd
tliemies he baa brought sorrow to no one's
door. Ho comes to end his useful career in
peace, in his native land, lo appropriate
rightly 1 ho residue of a vast fortune, to ex
hibit ih ledger of a- lifo which conlains no
iecord, but a faithful . performance of duty,
and 4.) s'.iuv- to bis countrymen bow to dis
charge, the responsibilities which belong to
custodians ofthe people.
I. Ike a true biisinosi-oian, he pi-pfere'tCM
liquidate, before his death, all claims which
sooiety or humanity could properly bring
against blin, and -surrender, bis liro wilh a
thoroughly clear conscience. . Ills example
t the .present (loan (when (lemorulixitinn
bu. h".:n in Siml." tei in mm;.- torn-
munities that rich men are encouraged to
believe that it is their special priviiegu to
lie, cheat, orste il,) is erpecially beneficial,
and bis coming resembles a ray of unex
pected sunshine in the midst of much bad
weather. Mr. Penbody isjtow on the At
lantic, 'ond will be in Hie United States
next week. A hearty welcome to bira.
' On account of the ruilroad Biide at Tid
ioule, the down train duo here at 3:10 p. m.
yesterday, rail not arrived at Irvinton at
9 o'clock this morning.
The new oil well near Venango city. Is
still pumping about 3i) barrels a day. Sev
eral new wells are being put ttown in tho
Passengers ni 0 etlll ubUiged to cross tho
Isthmus at Tiyonvtllo. The trains meet at
opposite sides of the Weak, uinl passengers
make the transit by plank, a distance of
300 fret. .
At a .".ray celebration near Houston,
Texas, a lny of six ycuts was bitten In the
bond by a rattlesnake. A Miss Mary Uokon
who was present, picked the child up in
her arms, and by continued sucking of the
wound so extracted the virus us to save bis
The receipts of the ticket agent oftbe
Pacific Railroad at Oiunlut have averaged
$4,000 per day since the opening- of the
road. One day last week the evening train
for Sacramento took seven' passenger cars
full, the majority of-wbicb were through
New Well -at-West Hickory. The
Tiutsville Star of this morning says: A
new well was struck a day or two since at
West Hickory, and Is pumping from SO to
100 barrels per day. The well is 470 feet
deep and- Is only down to the third rock.
The oil produced is a cross between tho
black and green oils. This well is In a (lif
erent locality froai those put down at that
place during the winter and Spring of 1S65.
it is owned by Collins Bros., of OilCIty.
The repairing of the- railroad' slide near
Tryonville, has not progressed as rapidly as
was anticipated. At the time it gave way
there were three gvavel cars on the track,
which have entirely disappeared in tho
quicksand, and ntlast accounts they were still
going down. No attempts are being made
to raise them, and workmen are filling la
Yosbuite Bitters Establishment Re
moved. Dr. Downer, proprietor of Yuso-
mite Bitters, has removed bis manufactory
to the store nearly opposite Shannon's Dry
Goods store. His new quarters are more
comnodious, which is necessary, owing to
the increasing demand for bis popular Bit
ter. The Doctor is deserving of success,
and if energy and perseverance is a criterion,
he Is on tho sure road.
IIaveri.y Mixstrei.s. To-night our cit
zens are to bo favored with 'an entertain
ment at the Opera House, given by the
Haverly Minstrels. This troupe is very
highly spoken of by the press wherever tbey
have given entortainmeuts. Their jokes,
spuns. etc., are entirely now and original,
and we feel assured that thoso who attend
will bo highly gratified and well paid for
their time aud money. Go early if you
wish to secure a seat.
Novel Entertainment Indian Show
Petroleum Centre is to be visited on Fri-'
day next, afternoon and evening, with an
entertainment to be given by a company of
Indians, composing notable warriors, braves
and squaws, from tho Western Plains. Tbey
will perform under a tent on the circus
ground, opposite the depot, and will repre
sent the customs of the lifo of tho Wild In
dian. Trapez performances, tumbling, etc.,
also connected with the entertainment.
Death of Dan W. Carpenter. From
the New York Clipper of tbo 29th nit., we
learn that Dan W. Carpenter, moro famil
arly known as Dan Collins, minstrel and
character singer, and manager of what was
knowu as Collins' Minstrels, died at the age
of 33 years, at the residence of bis parents,
No. 22 South Third street, Brooklyn, on
the 20th ult., of consumption. II is decease
is deeply deplored by bis relatives and
friends because of the amiable qua!
ities he possessed, and bis generous and
genial onuuot toward thoso with whom bo
came in contact. The deceased had many
friends iu Petroleum Centre. Ho was bur
tied in Cypress Cer.jetry, on the 23d tilt.,
and bis funeral was largely attended.
.Albert Tyler (colored) was executed a
noon Saturday for poisoning P.'IIubbard,
also coloruu, whose child Taylor had at
tempt to outrage and who had threatened
to have bim arrested. Tyler, who seented
little. better than a brule in intelligence,
confessed bis -crime nn (he scaffold. He
died inettnlly. A r.t crowd
Ill I KS Mll THE liOVKKNMKNT
OF HKPI'BMCAN PHIiWARY ELEC
TIONS IN VENAKUO COCN'I If.
Adopted by the Executive Covmittt; at
Franklin, April 28i7i, ltC9.
1st. Tho qualified voters of the Republi
can party of Venango County shnll meet in
fie several Wards, Boroughs and Town
ships in said County, at such places as iball
be designed by tho acting Executive Com
mittee, on tho first Snturdoy of June next,
and each year thereafter, and then and
there elect, by ballot, one member of the
Executive Committee of the party, to re
present each of said Wards, Boroughs and
Townships; and they shall in tho same
manner designate and select the names or
such candidates for the offices to be voted
for at tbo next ensuing general election as
they muy desire to bo nominated for the
4th. No person shall be permitted lo
vote at said primary election who is not a
qualified citizen, under the laws oftbe Com.
monwcaltb. If tbo rightof any person to vote
is obj 'Cted to for the reason that be is not
a member of the Republican party, it shall
be tho duty of the Inspectors to examine
matters touching tho right of such person lo
vole, and the fact that he voted for the
nominees of said party at the previous gen
eral election and publicly and fully identi
fied himself , wilh the Republican party
shall be substantiated, in addition to bis
own statement, by the statement of at least
one qualified citizen iu good Btaudiug in
the Republican party. Provided, That
persons under the ago of twenly-ono years
but who shall arrive at the age of twenty
one years on or before the next ensuing
general election, shall be entitled to vote
upon having previously mado public de
claration of their indention to vote at the
next ensuing general election for tho can.
didates nominated by the said party hold-
ing such primaiy election j And provided,
that citizens of tho other States who will
have acquired a residence in this common
wealth on or before the next general elec
tion, Bball be entitled to vote at the prima
ry election, provided that said citizens are
residing at lha time in the Ward, Borough
or Township in which they offer to voto.
fjth. When the polls shall be cloBcd tbo
tickets shall be counted in tho samo man
ner as it is prescribed by law for tho enum
eration of the tickets voted at the general
6th. As soon as the votes are counted,
the officers oftbe election shall make cut a
certificate, under their bands, setting forth
the number of votes cast for the several
tersons voted for, said certificate, together
with the list of voters, tally papers, and
ballots shall be placed in an envelope and
7th. On the Tuesday next, after the
election, the members of the Executive
Committee, representing the several War,
Boroughs and Townships, shall assemble at
the Court House, in Franklin, at 11 o'clock,
A. m , and proceed to add together the
certificates t j Lavo been given for uny per
son or persons in respect to any ofiioe, and
after ascertaining the number of such voters
shall mako out and sipi rvturog,wbich shall
be deliverced by the Chairman of said Com
mittee to the person who shall hi subse
quently elected Chairman of the newly
elected Executive Committee. Provided,
That is case of a lie vote being given to any
two or m re person i for the same office, tin
said Committee, acting as Return Judges
shall vote by ballot, and tho persons having
the highest number cf votes ot sal J Com
raittep, shall be declared nominated for said
Stb. And at the sane time the newly
elected member of the Executive Commit
tee shall assemble at Franklin, aud or
ganize by tho election of a Chairman, Sec
retary and Treasurer. They shall then
open the roturns delivered to Iho Chuirman
by the retiring Executive Committee, and
shall cause publication of tbo candieates
nominated for the several officers to be made
in the party papers of the County.
Jltn. "Abe Kxecutive Committee shall
procure a copy, of the list of citi.-ens who
voted at each election district in sai d coun
ty at the last general election, and shall
transmit tho same to one of the election of
ficers in each of said districts, as aforesaid,
at least ten days previous to said Primary
14:b. In Townships where voting precint
nave oeen citablisudd for holding primary
elections, tho member of the Executive Com
initleo for that Township, shall apnoint one
Judge and two Inspector! for each precint
where he does not preside, to bold the elec
tiona and transmit the roturns to bint.
15th.- The hours for openlnj and closin-r
the polls shall be dsignated by the member
of tho Executive Committee of each Ward,
Borough and towmhip, after consultation
with tbo morabers or the Vigilance Commit
tee of said Ward. Borough cr Town!,'p.
One by onu tj,e velocipede
rit-.ks arc ili-.-
CAMIIDAt X A NNOUNCEra ENTS
ftln Fpitoii I'Iousp announce tho name of Cnl.
A. i". JH-heAN as a candidal for Stale Biaiator,
tiityeet to Uie usages of the liepubtican part jr.
Vn I'viTon: VlMise nimininea tho tame of
1AJMKSM. JiltKUJN. ol Franklin, as a eaudednto
for State feuaior. subject to the usnc. of the lie
publican party. MAM UllZb.M,
Pionikr, May Si 1SCU.
J. 1). MrJBKKm, Franklin:
eo County, uavlnjt eoulidi ucn in your lou-nniy aim
ability tu protect the irrenl iiin-rosw in mis rmiuiy.
tarnestly request you to uo.-onie a candldatmfor tho
Assembly, sub eot to ti c decision nf tho Kepuh'lcan
party at the eusuiug ITIiniiiy -;V"u',i.
V 1 Stewart Win ltronRli
.John I) Krownull
Jan RoMtiMa -'
K It Loo-;
N J Tuul'i'ui -
t: A Uo-.y
F t Audicwa
Jos U nties
K T Wright
(' A rooper
K M llnkill
V. (' lliadl.iy
V S Toihell
J I) Harman
II I- Davis
K W llindea
V 1 Irwin
V II Bailey
UUli iyt .
F yf Andrew!
W A Kniworth
.1 II Andrews
A W inaus
II B June
.1 J 1 maliU?
J N Wise
1( 1. ICrnfjchan
(.'- W Ho vara
W S Je.-)sup
1. Kiunry, Jr
y VI Perkins
(' M Trow bride
C E Cooper
J P Zinc
N P Stone
A ! Nichols
J 1) Oasre
U e' W nttman
II A Avery
S B Could
J S Gibson
Vo.vuriv. Pn . MarSS. 1SW.
Messrs. 1. Stewart. John Jeffords, Wllliasi I'rough
F. V. Andrews, and others:
r.FNTLKMFX- 1 ,,av" r"ld Vnr enmln!c''on
nub j-h- i lutlinTitn-nrille Pally iisraWol thlsmorn
ii.c. ill which v..u do me the honor t. express conn
deiiec in niv ability to represent this Pistriot In the
Iloiw ..f U.-p-e-entatives, and roiuest me to become
a candl l-tte subiect to Republic-ill usagea. In reply,
thereto 1 1 tl:c pleasure in s.iy.n(t that I consent to
v.iur roxicau n;-.d hereby resiwctfttlly solicit the sup
iurt of ii'v liiullicnn friends throughout the
i-'inuly o ;'L" ;ui of June. lStM.
v.it Kn :toh P'.one announce to the citizens of
Venmo i t.itntv. tbatWILLUM GATES, or Koek
hMid Towrshl, is a eandldaic for Member n( A-
em dy, subject to the -iw"! vw"
pariy. MAN I Cltlitt3.
FriTon ItFCoan: P'ease annouTicn the ra-no of
T R (!H NT a a e-md'dite f-r Hi-' tiomt'mtlnn Kr
County Treasurer, subject to Vj'l'ivr.f-pvJ6"
publican party. MAN Y CITIZENS.
Epitoh: Please announce tne name oi
OHN' A. CIlltlKTY. of oil tltv. a n candidate
... nMinninnArr-ni,nv Tt-o4tirer. siibiect to I he
nances of the H-piih'Ican partv.
i. i.-f.. i- a man tt-pll minllflcd ttw th dos!
ion. Is an ardn-lt R.-Du'llican. sod ul diinns the
war a faithful soldier. MANY CI HZBNs
Mn. Epitou: Please annnnce th na-ne of OKI
W UTtl 4T1AM na candid-Uo r.i' IWin'v irnasnr
cr, subject to the u-a-cs of the ",','i;,,In gW"
vr FnTTon: P'm.e anmmirs the name of F. O.
f U WF'Ullt, ol' Iti -limind Town "bl p. as a ran-.l-d.to
for P nthonolary. nbi "Cl to Hie na70 of th
Republican i-irt-.-. f-i.niKii!i ash i-uwi
M ti V. niT.-'n P'eiR am-Tincs the name or t sou
A" Pi !mv. of Pi-tpiVim f.-nliv. . a candidate
for lrothontrrv f YeTin' Co.miy. sntiject to Hie
usiu'os of lha Democ.-ntic party.
We "o aiitho'-Ievl to ami-lnce that JOSEPH II.
SMITH. Prnthon iiorv or enanjo t ramu. win iw
n .iirti.mtn for re-nomination, for said ofllc. allb
jact to the usages of the Repub'.icap parly.
Kkuorp: Von will please an-
nnunce that .TAME W. SHAW will be a candidate
ror nomlnn.ion for the r.flire of Rcirlsternnd Record
er, suWect to the nMjrea of the Repntilican party, at
the ensuing Itenublican Primary Election. Vr.
Shaw was a rrtvatetn tompanv-i, nu
s' Ivanla Volunteers, and lost a right arm In battle
of Gettysburg. Ho ts competent and obliging, and
v.a- Ms rtp.Utor and Ri-corder fr one term t "
the cntlro satleractlon of all who have done buslm-ia-
Ma. EotTon: T'lens) announce to the rltlzens of
Yenunit" Conntv tlint J. Y. SI(.:;iNSor Oil t reeK
Township, is a candidate for ('nunv Commission-
, subject to tna lisugi-a oi iuo iiihoiht.u pnnj-.
Mn FnTTon- Please announce Iho nam of II.
n iityox. of Cnrnnlanter 'lownsbin. as a canui-
date for County Conimis-ioner. subjeet to tho lisa
C -g of th P-jpublican party.- Many Ukpbumcam.
HEW SKI K CT C 1IOO Vk'
Mns. Baubi: heRs to announce thst she will open
a private school In Win. Pragg a building adjoin,
ing the American Hote' on Monday May 81st
Hours ol tution from S a ni , till 12. m , and from
1:30 till 4 p. ni.
Terms : for p'iplls und'YTJ yuan 40 cU per week r
over 12 ycara 50 cis per wcok.
WALL PAPER, frcOi supnly.of all ntjlea aud
prt'ses, just roco v.:! at A . D. MILLER ft CO'S
WORD4 OF " I-'P'iM for young inn, on the
Ruling Passion In Yoi: U a';d E--'v M.-uihood. with
SELF HELP f ir t'.io "tr'i an ' TJi.f.x-tui a-.- Sent
in sealo-l lelt-r env-loiii,'i. fr -e of ch irf' A J Iresa,
HOWARD ASSOfl.'.TlON, Box l, l-iaunn, rti
Pa. Mas 21, S:
Guifar Sirlnirs at V.'. II. Kicl-clson ft Co'a.
AllMma-Lat wo.ilt wa eji kd a't .lon to
the Co-istitutlon Uli tr i of H.nvard A Hefct'ey, ao-1
now we taku plt- isiiiv in not li lat: their Allsica for
ti hair, wiii.:U is sii Ito 1. a va:-y flno artic'.o- for
Uia toiler. We are of the opinion that the prepara
tions of S & H ars all giol, f ir tbo reputation
they fiiRlain us T);-ugl,iut is r lod evi-ence tint,
they wmi'd not p ; anything ia li.o mar'mt of nn
ord'na " c u.er. Messrs. -A. D. MtLLEIt ft CO
l ave -I i'tr i!o and ve ho.i. ail our fie:'d will
i n u'l 11. r:j lil.il i.'i.tion', try Se .v.u-d's Couli
A Sfl'lM.Y OF W ALKl.iJi; CANK-i Vi
t t ... s
l-n,e ln .n r-.-nv'.d nl A D Hiiltr
W. A. FARiVESHoilTIl,
NAHM ninlfl. VIamma. n '
. . 7 ivnovri ri(
Kccelvet all dailies and Illustrated Papers from New
York twice per day and will mall any paper put.,
lished. Illustrated weekly papnrs, $1.86 pBr tnrPe
months. Invariably In advance. mayl?:!.
lardivnro-A larno assortment or which is
lieiiiR closed out at reduced rates at REYNOLDS
BROPtlEAT) ob CO'S, No. 11 Ccntro 8t., opposite
the Post Office, oil City, I'a.
All account not settled Imnmlintrly, will be left
with an officer for collectloa.
IVcw Flour, 1'cetl uu Jt fiio-cory.
floi e !
J. S. 114 AT II K IS,
At thoOI.lt BANK IH'lt.'UNfl, o M4tST
op-oalto tho MrCllntnck House, ,as on hand a
l irceand tl;st cbss stock of t'lnlir, t'eod and
Uraccrlcsi,, which he Is sellini: at a low figure.
- I'on't rorgnt the place where A, I). Cotton
Company broke tip. Jan? tf.
Carpels, of erery quality and description, at
REYNOLDS, nitODUBAD A COS, No, 11 Ceulr
Street, opposite the P. O., Oil Cltyjl'a.
HIKPS JAVA. SPARROWS, CANARY
JfAN.at A. P. MILLER CO. '
If rou lsh the best Plnu Tobacco in the markc
try W. II. Nicholson A Co.
Crockery For all kinds tro lo REYNOLDS
BKonnE VD CO'S, No. 11 Centre tUreet, oppn.
site the Int m.;e. Oil City. Pa.
) KICil MARRIAGE GIFT.
Tiif RrenrsT Gut whn-b Ynitntr M in can pre.
snnt to his Bride, la a sound con-ritutlon nd a pure
2it. Ea on thi-e nt jn.-t with the huniant
tv-iewsof lionov.il.-nt Phvsb-.laiis. t In scaled i
ter envelonns. ft-e" of clianrn. Addross HOWAHIl
ASS0CI TlON. Box P., I'hiladulpbla, Pa. j2 3m
THE beat place Is town to per a pair of Booto -made
of the best Stock, that will wear well, and
warranted to fit, is at J. A. Plante'si Fash
lonablc Boot Shop, Washington Street, Petroleum
Centre, Pa. Give him a trial. seplo-tr.
GLASS ALLIES, at A. D. MILLER ft CO.
BASE BALL BATS and SCORE .BOOKS, at
W II Nicholson ft Co'..
The (Incut ltt of Nary, Hog and Smoking
Tibi o font Btlllinore an 1 Lynchbnrj In the mar
kert at A. D. MILLER ft Cs. 'a.
The very has1 pocket Cutlery Razors and Scis
sors all warranted at w. nr.NicnoLsoNS.
Tho llnost Plu; Tohacso nt
w; n. NtcnoLsov co s.
Iry OArl.'a lano stoc't at REYNOLDS
BROPI1EAD CO'S, No. 11 Contro St, opposite
tha P it 111 jo. Oil 0lt, P .
WALKING CAVES t A. D. MII.CEIt ft CO.
Anotnae tnrjc stock of Wall Paaar ,'nt ro
eolved at A. D. M I LI .K It ft Co. 'a
9- PAINT, WALL, W1UT11 WASH A MI1OI0
BRHSHES, a laric atocls just roccisvd at A. P.
MILLER ft CO.'S:
r"All jvTsor.swUt.lni5 to be- VACCINATEU
can call at A. P. Miller ft. Ca.-'a Prnj Store and
bas-e the pure fresh art!cle inserted. No charge.
WALI, I'A PER!
Just received a lame stock of Spring patterns, at
II C. JAHVIS' FrilXITURE STORE. nVi.
ry-BfjRTON"S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
DON'T CHEiV. an antidote for Tobacco, and DR.
JOHNSON'S AROMATIC ANTI-TOBACCO C05I
POUNU, for sale at A. D. MILLER'S CO'S.!
Rasins for 15:cents per por.nd at
22 Iw Wachtkr's.
Opera House !
Tuesday, June 1, 1869.
Fi-oni their Minstrel IMIl, Chicago.
j;l. llAVIllll.V, - itltatiader.
Composed of IS 'BRIGHTEST LIGHTS OF M1N
STRIil.SY. ilmong whom are.
CHARLEV REYrJOLDS '.
S. SJ PUDY,
O. P. SWEET,
Sig GUSTAVE BiDAUX.
V.Tth a Full aud l'.m.-i.' nt Quart ltc kn I Orchestra.
Admbsion, SO cts. Reserved S -ats,75 els.
Aliat iici Fa Sur MebhMen, Nj. 152 April
VENANGO C'ITNTY.SS: The CommnnweaMi
of Pennsy'.viuia to tho Hlieriir of Yuiuiiigo
Counlv, grei ting:
Wbereiis, Lean Fortune Hu tiled a claim in our
Cour of Common Pleas for said Counlv against J
E 'llesn. .1. C. Ralph. W. II. Kal4i, et al , owners
and Ando-soii und Carroll, laud owners, f.ir lliesuin
of Bltv six dulltir. for work and Inbifr done and per
fornieil. end .materia a funiished for a ceriaiu i
Well uod lis!ndd on the Knain Fnrm in
Creek lownsiiip, Venango conn. 3, penn a,- nciii-
lea.:e-No. 2. on said Farm; bounded north by Inwe
No. 3. of stud Funri. fact hv I'i.sirNu. 13, soulll il)'
iaso No. 'i of Mild Farm, west hv road leadln;! from
pn-smntvilli! to the Warren and Franklin Turnpike
and lha Armsirouc Farm, contain'ng about an acre,
he'd bv written lease for a tt-rm of 'yn.irs, together
with tiie improveinents and nxturos therein rerld
and constructed viz: on rrgine house, dcrricK.
one hii'l wlniel, nnefiand wheel, belt, and on" eel of
drilling tools. At d, wherea, tt is allowed that the
lid sum etlll remains due and unpaid lo the said
p'aintin'- Now we oommnnd you tiiat you as he-lore,
make known to the aaid a(endant and -to all aucn
parsons as may hold or occupy the said properly
that they be arid appear hi dor the Judges of out
said Court on th first Monday of Jim next, to
show cause, if anything they know or have to say.
why III auid sniii should not ho ' levied of the sum
mi'ierty to the use of the said plaintiff, accoiding
o the form and effector tha act of Assembly In sucf
case ma l am! 11 oWdod, If t')-thm tt ahull em
e-eiiiit - Aud havoyou then and there tnia re.
: Witn.-ss. Iin John T'runky, Preii deiit of our sto
court, too iota any 01 May, A. 11 .
J. II. SMITH, Proinonolary
II. H. HERPST, Sherilf.
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