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Petroleum Centre Daily Record.
I'd. ceutre, Tuca lay July 13.
.H. A Ji'ailor.
Xlmo of C'litNitig PlnHa.
1. O., I'KTKOI.Itl'K ("KXTIir, !A., I
Jui.r S7t, ISO, i
Until further notice the mall will arrive at and
depart from this nfllec n follows:
South nnd East, via. Irvlneton, 10 W A M.
ronth nml Wot, ' Mendvlllc, B1H 1'. M.
North ami F!;it, . Corry. S So "
South ami Went, MS A. M. . ...
Soult Esl and Went, S30 P. M.
North, K:wt and West, 10.00 A. M. i ,
" Preaching at 11 o'clock A. M., ami 7
o'clock P. M. -
Ret. J. T. Oxtoby, Pastor.
M. E. cuurch.
Services every Sabbath at 11 A. M. and
1 P. M. Sabbath School at twelve o'clock
M. Scats Tree. A cordial invitation ex
tended to all. ,
Rev. C.. Heard, Pastor.
STS. PETER AND PAUL'S- (Caibolie)
Mrs. at 10J a. m.
Vesper and Benedlotlon of the Blessed
Sacrnment at 4 p. m.
Catechism at 2 p. m.
JAMES DUNN. IVstor.
major u. v. ier.ictison, has bren ap-
l ? n tr . . .
pointed roslmsster at Mendvlllc. in piece
ot Mr. Citllnm. removed.
Money Ohdbr Offices The Post Offl
ccsatShambnrgand Pleasanlvllle bave been
mado money order offices.
Judge Grown, of Warren, one of the
candidates for the Democratic nominations,
for Supreme Court Judge, lost $7,000 in
the regent robbery of the Ocean National
Rank of New York.
The grand Jury at Cincinnati, In wind
ing up their presentment, warur 1 base ball
clubs against violating t'je laws of God and
man against betting,. we presume.
Miraculous Escape. Yesier.ley scorn.
ing, a litllo son of Thorns. Donaghey, Etq.,
ngcu auotu tea yes , fell f om the eecmd
story window of bis home, and s:rm-o!0
say escaped with but slight Injury.
Capt. W. W. Gray is t add.vss the Detr
ocratlo Club of Petroleum CenUs on Thurs
day evening next, at Iho regular me wing of
me jaa on ciuo, to l e held at the Ameii.
Watch Stoi.ex. The room occupied by
L. Knapp, at the Hermon boarding bouse,
in this plaeo, was entered and a walch vnl
in d at $40 wag taken therefrom. A war
rant wps Issued this morning by Esquire
Donaghey,' on complaint or Knapp, cborg
ing Mdrcw Donald with the crime.
In Li.mho.-J. p. McAnallen was est-
--u ,gm wiiue enSaged la a row in the
upper F .ee and Eosy. lie claimed to have
lost his watcb. and wn tic eim'nrd to fight
eveiybody until ho foi'nd the m;u who had
H. uo was r , .c1 1 for dirdorl v conduct
and held to b-'l in the sum of $200 which
ue owai.ied. gome i.iend relieve 1 li!m ef
D watch, it is wportr d. until be becamoo
Iho match between Alien and McCorde
has been arranged, articles or n6rrenient
,riw" "P ""J two hundred dollars a side
deposited. The fight Is to take place Nov
lOlb, within fifty nrles of Cincinnati
uto v, likes is apukeii of as
Lav Delegate.--. Tho vote on the" ques.
l.ou of introducing the tvsiom of ajr dt0.
tales into the councils or the Methodist
Episcopal Church stand, a, follows accord
ins to the late?t return,: Jr. favor of 52,
M.j against, lS,m. Majority D favor,
A few days ago L. W. Ainett, of Warren
eon of tbe late Judso Lewis Aruett. wBU't
troulingwith Juduo Vincent of Erie ,nd
Capt. s. U. Davis of Watren. He w8
taken sick in Iho woods, aud biir.i..,i i,.
end lust Wednesday morning he died bud'.
ueniy oi inllaiiiniatlnn of Hie bowe'.
was one or tho ac.ive business
CottiiE( Tios.-The Story set a Boat, that
Charles White, tho lion turner, traveling
with Thayer', circus, was actually eaten up
by the lions, on Friday night, In a sma I
." in Michigan, is a canard,
dispatch was seceived at Oirard.
lliniwliln s.iys. (hero was
-lf.'Ct lltlnal, l,nl it coulj
rumor to this
not be traced to
any ridinble source,
iuh senniM ,,,ii,.r lllut WhUt, woiiM
r a victim to the IW,,.. t..
I'f hii savage p,-u.
Tnotrixii. Tuero will be n grand race
attbo Titusvillo Driving Path, July 2
18G9,nt 3 P. M. Match $2C00. Mile beat,
best tbu-e In five to harness.
We have received several enquiries as to
whether '-Our Man," who wrote up 'Potro.
loum Centra on Monday meraing," which ap
peared yesterday, Is io tramp out ofiener
than onco a week. Purties desire to fcoow,
as his day out will lo their day In. We can
give them no light on tho nil;ect. He is
liable to be at your heels at any moment.
JlYMEMAl..'--l!y reference lo notice under
onr ma;.igo' Bead Itf-day, it will be seen
ihat our tow ,mnn. H. C- Jarvis. has taken
a pailner Ih hi floiirshing business. It is
tbo with of bis many iiiends that the path
way through lile of the two, newly made
one, may bti paved with naught but happi
ness and prosperity. So mo e it be.
; " t
Litti.b Nei i.h. This theat-ical t oupe
v.. II give rn en . rtainment. by r. quest, to
morrow evening, at the Tnro Farm School
House. Tho troupe will introduce the
beautiiul drama of Andy Dlake, and the
pleasing faico of the Widow's Victim. The
citizens of Tai' Farm, w;il, of course, avail
themselves or this opponnnily !o fee p.id
bear Little Nellie and Robert Johnston.
Tbey will open in this place, at Akin',
fir II, on Thursday evening 'next.
Wa.iiixotox Street Improvement.
A' though but $500 has been raised io com
plete tb planking ot Wasbingion street, up
as Tar a Scbooblom'a corner, still the work
will be completed to fat as the funds wll
allow, which we can r;siire our readers will
not reacb 'o the corner alluded lo. It re
quire. $600 to plank the road pi lores con
templated, and we hope those who bave
not subscribe 1 will do so at once, for slio'd
the pIpnK stop short of Scbonblom's corjer,
it will bo worso than nothing.
The Pittsburg Theatre has been clireJ for
tho summer season, and dining the vacation
exiensive repalis wi'l be made. 1 he s.-ats
in tho parquette will bo removed and their
places supplied with neat and comfortable
arm chairs. Tba dreas elide will be lower
ed and remodeled, and other improvements
made. Mr. Hpv.y Wil'lams will open about
the middle or August.
At Louisville, a few d.-s s nee, Charley
Noyrs gave Woods Cook abo.se, pad and
bridle, valued at $2,000, for u'ralng twenty-Ova
consecutive tome satilts on hor.e
back. . Without dlsmount'ng, the boy
threw fire backward sometsanlts thlr:y in
all. Charley offers to but on him aja'ost
any other peiibimer in the world, in tb!s
feat. ' '
Terrible Accident The Star of this
morning says: Last evening, Mr. Peter
Acker and bis brother, who reside on Spring
CreoK and another man went over to Cald
well Creek to watcb deer licks. During the
night, Peter Acker, not geemiog to meet with
good luck, shifted his position f om one lick
toward another where bis brother was watch
ing, who, seeing Peter approaching gently,
mistook blm for a deer and fired with a la
tal aim. . The shot look effect, the boll bit
ting Peter in the breast, ppssing through
his body killing him instantly. Mr. Acker
'eaves a wife aud suveral children, who are
suddenly deprived of a husband and father,
with no warning of their dreadful bereave
ment. Tho surviving brother is said to be
frantic over tbo terrible dec! which be cim
mitted, though paiiectly ignorant at the time
of what be was doing.
Kate Fisher's Card. The New York
Sun, la rcjjorlbgtboFisjer-Stantona'a.Tder
crse, said some things to which Miss Kate
Fisher takes excoptiors. It will be remem
bortd that Misi Fisher tutd William Stan
tou, an actor, for Bli nder, (became he said
alio stole M.s. Kevin's watcb in Pittsbprg.
Mies Fisher vi ritr s thus lo the6'iiit: "Al
low me lo coiiect soma eiro s in your aril
clo in Monday's Issue, entitled 'The stn.y of
Jlozeppa.' j most positively assert that I
was llrat introduce! lo El'za Gambio as the
wiTo of Mr. J as. Bevios; that I was not ar
icslcd for Gtealinj Mis Bovins watcb, but
that Mrs. E. wax pnested ou my coinplul.it
for slu-der in accusing me of theft. Upon
burning through tue pape;. that Eliza Gam
ble was not tho wife of Mr. Bovins, I with
drew tbe legal proceedings. Mr. llemmtngs,
whom Mis. Bevies inl -oduced to me as ber
brother, was never my agent, but simply in-
l rts:ud in the theatre where I played."
At Leavenworth, Crawford Co., Ohio, the
manufacture of salt promises to bo an im
portant business. A few dnys since a num
ber or wells were bored for oil, two of which
nave proved lobe excellent salt wells. The
salt water was found ut tho depth or seven
hundred teet. The wells are lii'leen miles
northward of Leavenworth. Eight miles
west Is a sulphur well, which furnishes min
eral water sufficient for a small Saratoga.
It is one of the deeply fixed eccentricities
f society that it js l ,m riim ,,. a hUi.u
')", and t:-.u iweue for a U .ck skin.
The rcp'ort is dailcd that Mr. Weigbell
or Rochester, has challenged Mr. Finch, o
Syracuse to shoot pigeons flora a trap lot
$ JOO a side.
Tlie Rocbe.ter Union says: ' It is ex.
pected that tbo short section or less than
six miles or single track between this elty
and Cold Water, on the New York Central j
Railroad, will be doubled this Fell, making
a continuous doubti track from Buffalo to
X beautiful eight Jay clock has just been
completed in Rochester for the Church of
the Holy Redeemer in New York, at a cost
or $2000. .
Tho Brockport Republic says: "A young
man residing in this villngo was tried Irst
week in CJnrkon, on a charge of attempt
ing to commit a tape on a little girl. The
testimony showed tlcre was not tbe least
ground lor tbe cbargp; end tho belief is
that tbe suit was instituted for tbe purpose
of extorting money.
Rer. N. M. CInfe, lirmcriy a resident of
Clatkson, is now ed'.ling tbe Plniuville
Express, at Plainvillo, Micb.
Andrew Pooler, ofBrookpott, advorti.f
hi. wife as having lei I his bed Rud board
without just cause or provocation.
It I GUT.
The Directors or the Gettysburg Memorial
Association propose to indicate tbo more
prominent eveofs of the three day's ..nig
gle, with the positions of the dilleient and
contending foices, by permanent memorials
on tbe field; and tbey suggest a mi Dion at
Gettysburg the firet week in August of tbe
Generals who command d on both sides
du-Ing the battle, to d;scuss tbe plan and
de ermiuo tbe point, io bj commemorated.
So many of the leading aclors aio still liv
log that their consenting testimony coi
ce ulng exact localities will lo accepted as
a final settlement of many disputed mat'ers,
and a most valuable conutbu.ion lor future
Tbe first batch often thousand dollars in
tbe new fi actional cmrency lira be n re
ceived in Washing on from tbe printeis In
New York. One side is ptintid by tue
American Bank Not! Company, end the
Government seal is lobe put on at Iho
Treasury Deparlment. Tbe expense of
prepailng new money Is considerably le
thsn it was under the old plan of hav'.ig
all tbe workdoue in tho Dep.-rlment. The
first issue will be or ten con t pieces. They
are a trille sniullor than liie pre.-cnt circula
tion, and will be put out in about tea days.
A Mexican gentleman, who dec'ines
giving bis name, has sent lo tVashinlon
some magnificent pic.cnls, testing his
joy at the overthrow of the rebellion and
i-uu ui aiuverr. i resuieni urant receivi s a
silver cofTea set thMy-six pie" 8 ond some
dressed leopurd sk'ns; Gen. Sherman re
celve. an cez boiler and holder. For at.
Secretary Suward thero is en ink stand and
pen bolder most Ingenuously con'rived, be
sides a cell bell, and Mis. Lincoln', portion
is a heavy card basket. All tho crliclei ate
of solid silver, without any dearth of metal,
and of tho most beaull.ul finish and work
manshlp. The President ond General
Sberjinn have received tbe'r portions, and
some idea may bo lbrm i of their value
from the fact that tbe duiy on tbe President's
lot was $713, and on General Sherman's
$161. . :
A o old offender wa. lately Introduced lo
a new comity justice of the poaca a. John
Simmons, alia. Jones, alias Smith. Ill
try the two women first," said the th ck-
beaded justice. 'Bring in Alice Jones.'
A little Sunday school scholar who bad
been reading about guardian angels wanted
to know If the ono that vvus placed at tbe
gate of Eden wasn't a garden ungol.
The turtle Is a slow instiuitlon, but it is a
very good one. Despite its name for luck
of speed,' it is generally first at well ordered
Tho sugar dealorssay that it is the best
8irawbeny season for years. There is no
sour grapo feeling in tho assertion.
Oculists say that tbe'r profession is vety
tryin? to the eyes. A liko assertion is often
mado by patients in relation to tboir pu-scs.
Manslaiicbfrrs nro nut .rally looked upon
with abhorrence, but man slaughterers the
ladies are viewed with delight.
A single swallow does not make a rum
mer, nor burdly a d'ink. It oven takes two
lo muko a cocktail.
A nice lawn in the country is a pleasant
spectacle, but a preUy lady la a pretty lawn
is ipi ilo as attractive.
The best sewing machine, ulthoii-h the
most expo, sive yet invented, was the first -that
in (he Garden of Eden.
'rtKPOKTKD i6l THE DAILY HKCOKO,
Richmond. July 12.
Official election reliiitiR so fir show that
the blacks vote closer lo their rerjBtercd
strength than the wl i'es did. The ! ss in
telligent blnckre not peneraMy disposed to
neepnt the situation. Yesterday a Wa'ker
' negro wps set upon by a cijoi -i mob on
one or the pnOIIO promenau uou mm m w
rescued by tbe whiles. p: t
Albrny, N. V.July ll
Rovernor Hoffman has refused Ibe ap
plication lo commute tbo sentence or death
pncd on Nonh Bigelow, In Sn'Uvsn coun
iv, for mtuderlng a child. He says fiat
tue sentence was Just,'" nd be hps no r'ght
lo set esldo tho Drovlsions of the law, even
if tho culprit is of rank and intelligence.
Thomas Sweeney wrs arrested and com-
milled to jail In Buffalo, on Saturduy, for
tbe murder of his brother John, wbilo bont-
ing in tbe harbor on Sunday week. On re
turning to tho shore on the day mentioned
Thorns, reported that John bad fallen
overboard and drowned. The body was
recovered Monday even'ng Mid boreevi
dencj of tbe skull being broken wltu an
oa', the feetb knocked In end other tn.v.ks
Now Hour b:'S already meiio Us oppea
nnce in the St. Lou's marke;-. A sum pie
or a lot uimiifucuv. d by I'eoila tii'"s. i.om
wheal of lSlia crop, pu-c'jas.d in St Lou',
was on Chepgc ouday.
JA.tVlf I1A1.DFMAN At Dowrcjr Ioa,Jn
lyClh, 1U.D, byltur. Wll'Sm Pi'.vK Mr. tl V.
JAUTI-Uud y -t .M1N.SIB F. II A LUKM.A N. No
Vn. 1 riTci IMmse nun. urcetl.etintncorTnoK
As 1) haahy, of Petroleum Ontr,', s a candidate.
for FroihnnniKry ol enaniio eounty, uijbct lo t tic
usages of the lemecrnttc party.
TtlltrifrjXVA.UPAHltOWS, CANAUY, GElt
MAN, at A. V M ILLEK CO.
A. 1). MILLEK &CO., have tho ngene or .the
American Whip Co., and Western Whip To 'sCt-
sara, at whoteaalo pr1ca.
. ttlttl. WANTED
To do sononil honse work. Innntro of
. JuuS4lf. C. N. PAYNK, Boyd Farm.
VERY CHEAP 8IIKKT MUSIC, only flvo renw a
copy, at W. II. NICIIOLSON A CO.'J Stationery
t'nrpctif of en.Ty cpialtty nnd descrititiou, at
BEYNOt.DS, nHODHRAD ft 1WS, No.ll Centre
street, opposite tlie P. O.. CHI City, l'A.
Hardware A lari;e aasortmcnt or which 1?
IwliiR closed out at reduced rotes at ltKYNOLDS
HRODHEAD & CO'S, No. 11 Ceutro St., upponltv
the Postomce, Oil City, Pn.
All accounts not settled Immediately, v ill be left
riih n otllccr for'collcctlon. ' - ;
Apr.Mtr. REYNOLDS ft CO.
All stylcn of D'ank Book, Note Paper, and Ea
velopce in Jobbing Lots, at
W. II. NICHOLSON & CO
BASE HALL DATS and BCOUE BOOKS,
W II. Nlcholoon St Co s.
Wanted to Call 1
At It. K. Visitor's Diuc Eloie, ono banrod per
ns or more, nnd examine, ltoses, Carnations,
Fiichlca, Musk Planti, Holetoopos, Panslos, Ftsh
Gerauiiimf, lio.-e Qoranlunn and Boqiicts of Pve
rloweni. ,j,,o. io.
Crockery or all kinds bo to HBYNOLDS
BRODIIEAD ft CO'S, Na 11 Centre Streot, oppo-
uo tho Post Olllce, Oil City, Pir.
A new lot of the celebrated
received at the
I. X. L. Knlviw just
Try onr Nnvy Tobacco. We know It la the boM
In the market. W. II. NICIIOLSON A CO.
Tho vory bosl pocket Cntlory Razors and Scia,
sors all warranted at W. II. NICIIOLSON S.
the finest Plug Tobncso at '
W. If NTOnOI.SON ft CO '8.
4 KIN'S HALL,.
s Hell Is now ready for theatrical exhibitions,
concerts. Inetures, ftc. The Hall has benn refitted
nml alroiigthuncd. Mo pains and oxouutu has bucu
spared to make It a 0rt claw
On thn first floor Is one of the beet Billiard Booms
lu Iho Centre. All under ono management. i
. COEFIELD & PERRY'S .
IB o i 1 q r Sli o x) I
tin loflr of Fisher t Norrii's Machine Hbop)
ii:ricui,Kiim cf.ntiii:, penn'a
Boihra and Stills Kcpiilrcd on short notice,
FLUE-SETTING AND REPAIRS GEN
ERALLY! ALL WORK WARRANTED.
ll.iiler and Engines fur sale.
WE der-iro to inform Oil Operators, and the
Public (joneiMll lluit wo nio prepured lo rr-ri'-ve
oidi. for onr Clminpion Six Culhr It. .,mer.
'I'hi. is without doubt the most p,.-f(.ei too: I'o
retrains tt.f tins ever bein tntmilii rl. Cit Ui ar
FltaER Nonius & Co.
IN Till'. WOIII.O
Fox Man 6L Beast.
30 Vrnrn in l'c.
' BO' m
! noodfor Itheumnthm, Cbillilitlns, Corn, Whit
lows, Cnki-il Urea!, Hire Nlpnlm, Cramp, Poll,
lhtet of niiiiiiaU. Wenhrm. oi Ihe .loinls, Cotitritr
titimoftlie Mneclen, llnrm. ami Hold', Front lllle.
rilinini nervous ai.eelloiH, cnnpped IlilnUn. I.uiiie
llitck. IMiu ill the Shli, Swelling. Turner. Tooth
Acbe, Old Core, Hemorrhoids or Flies, Kle.h -
Wound, Onll of all kind. Spivtim, riiiiles, Crack
ed lioi'U. Ittiiur Uolie. l'ole Kvil. Uliiil (inlla. l',,l.
'"'. Xpnvin, Kweiuey, Fiituln, Siil'.tit. Kxternal
Fonon. brratclies or Oremtu, Hprlnchnlt, Xnu,
CiaCKS. Lftmenes. Strain. FuuiideriiiK beet. Mntur,.
llOtll Dl-tti.,, .,,!. ;ilt-,it it, 1 I 'rn, t,
root Hot h, slitp, and many other diseases ltn l'
dtut to Xta a-jd lien it.
K. D T.WLOn. or IVmrnnl. Kv .
Oil cured a horeof his, Inlur-.u while iiIoiil'IiIhl' hv
attempting to tep over a .lump. almost everini: hi
iii'Kti lriMii I tie mmy; nieu lliai lie line Uel It In lit
fnunly for tll.ecn yejtr., and I tin hmt reineOy tor
Cut, Hums, Lrulsia, Frost liltt, Strains, l(huui
atuiit, etc., he ever incd.
From Cncup A Bros , Cochrane Lnndine. Ohio,
Nov. ill, ISM, We are pleased vtiih your innlielnv.
It has lieen tho iiieiins of curiu: a Krat nuiiiher of
itimirent disen-es uton ersoiis. as ni.u upon horse.
We Ihiuk It cures nil you recommend ii to uo. We
went you to cnd u the l tier proportion of the
variety lor "Fnniily I'se," in small t,.ntlee.
From Dn. J 1'. Tir.SKU.. Warren. Ind., March 3
1 Soil I tim en-rnK.-d in the practice ul medii'iiie.
and lllld your (!iliiliin! Oil en exlleliuly ettidei t
remedy In all cases wuetu au extnuul applaatioii
Is ii d catej.
From Dn.0. fl. 7t rai.. Dun l, lows, Dee, go. ls.-,ii
I have pt.ictiecd niediciiiO in tins coniilv Kt'V.ii
years and (heerl'ullv rccoiniueiid jour llur-iii g oiL
as the Lest liiiametit in use.
From Da. T. W. Elt.is. tin , Jan. R. isstl If I
could receive both Iwxes or the i.arcliii. Oil It will
not t too much, n I lliii k I eoiilu soon iln.l Mil,,
lor it all, the impiiiy Mint iVetjiivnt since It is sup
Iosrd tlmt I h nvu It frr sale.
From till. VI M. S. JIcCall, Chamol, M Nov. II,
lf-'S. Vcur OarsMiuroil Is tnkim; Hieshinoolf front
till IheliDimeii.sol'thediiv. If you eViiml ilium,
I could procure dnseua of ceuillcntu from thoso
who have heeu cured by It.
...v. ...... ... ,,u.. , noi nie nr.iiL.s.s,
Wheeling. a., say, nndirr d te of July it, j.s-.n
that limy ran rarely rtmimmcnd the Jii'j;liii on
for moie disease tliah it Is reeouiiueud) d lor.'"
trow i J. K. l'i-UKii. LuituiUnvu, I'll., Juno SI,
isi.7 YnnrtiarKlinaMMI I didiiK much Ih-iiit hum
tlulli tulin'jrlv, nilii-tt iia viliiie have In-nnne khoun
ai.l the h.itile put lot lor Family U.-c, with mi
i-taiu, a:o much sought foi.
Xt.oH If .. .... V, 1, tl, .. .
Fxtract. from a li tter i -om Hon Nathan fixn'si-y
Counly Jild.e of Slielhv Co., limn Oaled llnrlin'
Apr.l 18. IN,;. It Is deeidcdly prcfurnxl to auv Iuh
miieiit sold iu thi section.
Kxtrnct ot a leiier from Sasii ei. S. 'firiT, ditrd
Fa'MnirL'. Ohio, July 17, lsoo. In June Inst. Henry
Minnie hud n Trailing c It that had what win slip
pi si d lo lie Dyplheriil for moro tlniu len dtv so
liintlt could n eit, nnd the throat swolen iu'iiiiwi
sliu. nnd be ue of throe or ionr applications or
the tl. ,1 lor b . Iitt did the doshed ellct;!.
F.om A. t . Nisi., Lewisvilln, Cos.eh(M:ton Co., O ,
March. 18.VJ l liavu used vour Harnlinp (III for tier
Beiatchus ou luy homo, aud ii cured it with tbe llr.l
F.om Enos Matiixr, Mlddl'-nort, N. Y.. Jntv .
1N5U. I purchased a ltoitle of voiir Gnruiliiu oil f
your asent, a. S H iker, nt Middleiiort. aud as vet
have nsr l hut half of it. I think it ha elven iuo
more relief in a casein" severe Itliullmiilism, or loin;
suindins, than any thin" 1 have ever used before.
Kxiract from a letter from J. a. I'eatt, dated
Qnincy, ChauUliujua Co., N. Y., Atifmst fa, IS5I. f
have Ikjud aequaiuled with your uiedlelne (Om uliliu
Oil) for tbe last fourteen ye ire. It haa proved
sure euro for Ftmt Uol lu 8buop fur whii h 1 .old
the litt bottle and have calls almost daily or luorc.
l'luuto forward as aooii m couveuieut.
Always Inquire for , , .
Merchant'! , Celcbratecf
1 ' And take no other.
Itctail Price, gl.OO, 50 CI.,
. and as r:t. '
and 'as Cts.
Phuko well livfoio ulii(r, and rub on thoroughly
before the fli c or seme warm sultslanoe.
The Oargllne Oil has boon In turn as a llnnmcnt
SI years. All wo iuh is a fair trial, bat be sine
and follow direction.
Ak yonr nearest Dinne r, or dealer In Patent
Medicines lor ono of our Almanacs and Vade Mt
cum. aud read wbai tue ikvu sar about the Oil.
The Cnrrjllns Oil l for snlo hv nil repectnblo
dealer Uinmnliout Iho foiled Wales ami other
eonntrios. - . . t ' ,
J .;! . i
Our trttimoniali dato from 1S.13 to 1ROR nnd are
tiiitu iriUU. Use Iho Uarcjina on nnd tell your
in i;;liliiirs whnt good it hue duno.
Wo deal fnlr and liberal with all and defy contra
diction. . .
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Mm hant s d!arliiij' Oil C o.
JOHN II IDlJE, (e:retiy.
SoMby A. D. III1.L.K CO.,
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