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Petroleum Centre Daily Record
ret. Ceime, SlnliirdiM, July 224.
'lime of t'ltmiiia mall
1'. O., VtTRMT-v CKirrni. Pa.,
JULT STST, 1S6S. J
Cntll further notice the mails will arrive at and
depart from Uiiotllcc ss follows :-
South and Kant, via. Irvlnekm, 10.IR A. M.
Hontkand Wet, " Meadvlllc, G.1K f. M.
Nor and Ernst, " Corry.S M
South and Wot, 8.4ft A. M.
Houtl East mid West, 8 00 V. M.
North, East and Wot, 10.00 A. M.
. Iilvtiie Service
. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Preaching at 11 o'clock A. M., and T,'j
o'clock P. M.
Rbt. J. T. OxTonr, Tafltor.
M. E. CHURCH.
Services every Sabbath at 1 1 A. M. and
7 P. M. Sabbath School at twelve o'clock
M. Heals free. A cordial Invitation ex-
tended to all.
Rkt. C. M. IlKAnn, Pastor.
STS. PETER AND TAUL'S (.Catbolie)
Man at Ci4' a. m.
Vespet and Benediction of the Blessed
6acrnment at 4 p. m.
Catechism at 2 p. rn.
JAMES DUVN. Pastor.
Tbers will bo service In the Methodist
Church at the vtsunl hour to-morrow. Rev.
J. Atkinson, of Philadelphia, will occupy
Yariktv Thocpk. -Brlce t Bond's grand
opening will take place on Tuesday evening
next, at Akiu's Hall. This variety troupe
is composed of excellent performers, and the
programme for tbo opening night is an in
Remember T. T. Ratney's benefit At
Akln'a ball on Monday evening next. The
'Irish Emigrant,' in which Tom is ''im
mense," is one of the pieces to be' introduc
ed on that evening.
. Bio Wkll.--A new well was struck on
tbe Baiirt tract or tho Baney Farm day be
fore yesterday, and is repotted to have pro.
dnced 160 barrels in fourteen hours. This
report was received this morning.
Owing to frequent burglaries and firing
of buildings in .Waterford the nitivona th..
are making movements toward the orpani
station of a vigilance committee, and a meet
ing fur tbat purpose was held Thursday
The new belt of St. Peter and Paul's
Ciiurcb of this place, will be consecrated
to-morrow forenoon, with appropriate
services. Eminent divines from abroad
will be present.
Tho No. I well, located on the Issac
Weed farm, Church Run, wbich was produc
- 4ng at tbe rate of 18 barrols per day, was
yesterday torpedoed by Roberts A Co., and
the production increased to tho rate of 200
barrels per day. Tbe working interest is
owned by H. C, Smith, of Cleveland, O.
a citizen oi rutiaueipnia who used a
weak solution of carbolic acid as a wash to
neutralize the ofTensivo oder arising from a
cancer, discovered that the latter was en
tirely removed by tbo application. Tho
solution consisted of one-fourth of an ounce
of acid diluted in a quart of water.
Tbe income of tbe Prince of Wales, ar
rising from numerous sinecure offices, prov.
In 8 Insufficieni to support tbe modest estab
lishment of himself and wife, his mother
baa kindly added between $150,0(10 and
$200,000 a year from her private purse.
Tbe man must livo, you know.
'Here's your money, bey, and now toll
me why your rascally waster wrote eighteen
letters about that contemptible sum." "I'm
sure, sir, I can't say; but ir you'll excuse
me, sir, I sort o'reckon 'twas becauso seven
teen didn't fetch it."
Meeting of the Citizens I, nt T. veil liur.
Petroleum Centre, July 21, 'till.
Mn. EniTOtt: In compliance with many
requests, and for the information of all con
cerned, we take pleasure In furnishing you
for the columns of the Record, tbe following
minutes or the citizens' meeting, held at the
school house Inst evening.
Tho meeting was organized by electing
the following officers: Jns. A. Sheriff, Esq.,
President, John M. Picky, Esq., Vice-President,
and E. W. Coddingtnn. Secretary.
II. K. Tuft, Esq., was called upon to ex.
plain tbe object of the meeting, which he
did in a few words, subs'nntinlly as follows
"We hove met together for the purpose of
concerting measures for the Iw tter protec
tion of peaceable and orderly citizens, which
can only be done by tho removal of those
elements which in any community are an
tagonistic tu good order and subversive of
the peaceful relations that should exist be
tween man and man. Among the elements
free concert saloons, houses of prostitution,
and unlicensed grog shops, occupy the fore
most place, and for the purpose of removing
these from our midst we are gathered here."
Tbo following preamble and resolutions
wore read by the Secretary and adopted :
Whereas, Lawlessness and deeds of vie
lenco bavo prevailed in Petroleum Centre
beyond endurance, and measures for the pro
tection of our citizons and business interests
seem to be nt gently called for, therefore, bo
it resolved by tbe citizens ot ' Petroleum
Centre, in mass meeting assembled July
1st, Tbat wo pledge ourselves to unite in
the work of suppressing the concert saloons,
houses of prostitution, and unlicensed grog
soops of the place, peaceably II wo can, but
by force if we must.,
Resolved, 1st, That to this end, a com
mittee, consistingof tho officers of this meet
ing, with such other persons as they may
select be, and are hereby empowered to re
ceive tbe names of those who will pledge
their hearty co-opuratien in this work, and
call meetings when occosion may require,
to which none but members of tbe organiza
tion shall he admitted.
Mr. Coddington then offered the following
verbal resolutions, which were likewise
Resolved, That in the opinion of tho
meeting, it tho paramount duty of the com-1
mittee just appointed to collect money by
subscription, and tnko the necessary steps I
tu, tvio rntuuu oi ivuipontry jail in Wis
Resolved. That the Central Petroleum
Company, through their ngent, M. C. Mar
tin, Esq., be, and is hereby earnestly reques
ted to refrain from leasing any more ground
or renting any building nnder their control
for tho purpose of carrying on any business
of a disorderly character.
Tho meeting then adjourned sine die.
JAS. A. SHERIFF, President.
E. W. Coddixutov, Sec'y.
An Oil Well Bcuxkii at Rovskvii.le.-
About tive o'clock, yesterday morning, u
large quantity ol gas which had accumulat
ed about the Carpenter well on tho west
ido of tbe creek at Rouseville, on , account
of the atmosephero during the night pre
vious having been unusually heavy, caught
fire from tbe CDgino and exploded with
great violence. Tbo derrick and engine
house and a small quantity of oil which bad
been pumped Ignited, and was destroyed
One of tho engineers, a man named Robert
Black, was severely burned by tho explo.
sion. The well was a new one, and bad
only boon started up a few hours. Herald.
How jPcr Young Men Get Along at
Cornell ( nlerlr
Recent accounts from this university detn
onstrnlo the admirable, working! of tbe
plans lor providing work for tho MndVnls
wbq wish to pay thrtr own way.- They jje
ceive tuition for nothing, imt sre expected
to bbatd and clothe tbemselves: and, tu or
der that they may do this, rery facility is
afforded them to perform manual labor and
honestly earn llieir support. A large num
ber of tbe best students in the university ore
now paying their way at various trades and
occunntions. Ono who builds fires and
sweeps rooms is carrying on tour courses ef
study at once, and has taken the first prize
in science and in German. A student from
Pennsylvania makes an average of forty-live
dollars a month by his trade of carpenter.
Ho manufactures wardrobes, cabinets and
book-cases. A New Jorsey boy has started
a printing office, which ho runs nt odd
hours, earning $50 monthly, and standing
well up with bis classes. Ono student is a
photographer, and makes the business keep
biiu. Quite a number work on tho univer
sity farm at a fixed price per hour, and live
on their earnings. Olbeis, not so skilled in
labor, take to the ruder tasks of building
roads and causeways, picking up stones and
doing any chores that offer, and so provide
themselves with food and raiment. Xew
buildings will soon be put up, and io their
construction scores of students will find prof,
itable employment. No young man with
good health, ready hands and a clear bead
and no other should try for a college edu
cationstarves or goes naked at Cornell
KociiEvn:c i n:?..
Prof. Wm. Groscurtb, of Buffalo, will
conduct seven musical societies at the
Saengerfust in Rochester next. week.
An unknown man applied nt a Station
house in Rochester for lodging on Wcdms
day night, no was shown to a cell, and
in the morning when the j iilor went to
release him it was found that he had corn
mittcd suicide by cutting his throat with a
pocket knife. Tho nan.e John Wilkinson
was fouud on a bankerchief in one of his
The Brockpnrt Republic says:' "Mr.
Mark Wells, ono of tho favorite conductors
on tho Niagara Falis branch ol the New
York Central Railroad, has resigned his
position. Mr. William Smith has been
filling tho plaro oi,l k-r Mr. wii-
The Rochester University 1ms conferred
tho title of D. D. upon Edger J. Goodspoed,
of Chicago, the orator of tho Alumni.
Tho first Latin prize In the Sophomore
class of the University wn3 given to Mr.
Worchoster of Buffalo, and thn second prize
for f-'ophunoro diclamation was given to
Robert Bri.ce Hull,- of Buffalo.
KKPORTED FOlt TUE DAILY RECORD,
New York, July 24.
. The Herald's Havana special says; The
town of A.un, in St. Domingo, is besieged
by the insurgent!!. President llaez has sent
troops to aid the garrison and is confident
oi success in suppressing llie reoemon.
Notii:r.--AII porsons indebted to us will
please call uiid settle, as ail accounts must
bo closed up within twenty days.
A. n. MILLER & CO.
July 1C, 'GO. If.
Mn. 1 niTor lMrnaeniiiHimeethennmeorTiioM
as lit KAnnT- ot Pctrolcm Outre, u m cmulidme.
for ProtliinmtRry or Vetinnpo Couuly, subject to the
tisanes or tbo Democratic party.
I so .motrlaon's Vcnnlno Pluo Tar
and Persian Healing Soaps.
These soaps am Impregnated with exotics of the
mildest and nioit Balsamic nature, and are warrant
ed jici fecilj innoceat and free from mineral and oth.
er pernicious admixtures, and are selected by the
Indies atid the public lu general in prufcrer ce to all
other soaps, the great producers aud preservers of
a healthy purity of complexion, and a conservator
ot female beauty. For the softness and delicacy
which they induce to the bands Aid face, their capa
bllity vf soothing Irritation and removing unsightly
eruptions, render them indlspcnsible to every toil
et, vve kindly ask the pnhllo to try the vir(iiea or
ttiue soaps. J. L- II. A Co., Proprietors.
A. D. Miller A Co , General Agents. Jnl'JJ 3rd.
All Dnilirs, WieUllc and Itnpizines at Hol.Nrlli
A KaHNSWORTH'S News Itnom.
For STATIONEKT, o, call at HOLMSS Jt
FAKNSWOKTH'9 XeVrs Iloom.
,lut reeeived a Iuri;o stock nrSpiinic patterns, at
II. C. J.UtVIS, FCUNITUKE STOItB. m3.
A Drovo ot Canary Blrttsu
A New York paper, speaking about the
impottation of canary birds from Germany
Nxw Win. A now well was struck on
the Gormtn Farm, adjoining tho l!eatty
Farm, Weit Hickory, on Tuesday last. It
is flowing about twenty barrels per dny of
heavy lubricating oil, which is worth about
5 10 per barrel at tho well. The fortu
nate owners of this well are our townsmen,
Col. E. A. I. Roberts, and Dr. J. W. Jen
kins, of Pioi.eer. Tbcy have christened it
tho '-Guerilla Well No, I," in honor, we
suppose, ol tho "Cattle of West Hickory,''
it being located on the same ground where
the Col. and Dr. fought and won that mem
orable confliet. Star.
Hardware A Inrpu assortment r which is
tieliiR closed out at reduced rates at KKYNOLDS
BKODHEAB & CU'rt, No. 11 Ceutro St., oppose
the Tost Oltiec. Oil City, Pa.
All account rt settled Immediately, will be left
with bii officer foilcollcctlon. . :
Apr.14 tr. REYNOLDS CO.
Sew Flour, Feed and Grocery
J. S. PIS.1TIIRR,
-M the OLD BAVK IiriLTIINO, ON MAfN-ST.
Inrnc and (list class stock or Flour, Fcea nun
Cirocrrlen. which he is selling at a low nsnro.
1 5 Don't Torse! : the place where A, I. Cotton
A Company hroke up- JanJ-tf.
IN THE WOULD
For Man 6c Beast,
30 Year I n tuo.
fs iroodror Rheumatism, Chilblains, Cmm, VTIiit
lows, Caked Hrensts, Hore Nipplea, Crnmns, , !'
Hues or animals, Vt'cnki "t nf tho Joints, I'onin.'
liens rthu Muscles, Hums ami Scalds, Krmt
Painful Kervona airw-Uuna, ( happed HimH,
Hack, l'aln in the Side. Swelling. Tim,. 'rl?
A.-h. 11, .1 S..rnd IIi,inrrhi,lil. I'lt.. .
,vv, - , v. ... llvt rienn
Wounds, Calls r all kinds, Sprains. Hrui-.cs Cmi
el Heels, Hint; U"ne, hole Kvil, Wind Caiirjv.
Ions, Spavin, Sweeney, t'iilulu, Hliiat, FxYmm
1'oison. Scratches or Crease. Springhalt. Smj
emeu, Ijimeness, Strains, Foiinderliie Feet. Msn
Hum Distemper, Unriret lu Lews, Cracked Tint,'
KiMit Hot in Sheep, and many other discaj wi'
dent to Man aud Uuut.
R. D. TArton, orConenrd, Kr., savs tlier.aVim!
Oil cured a horse of his, Iniur.U w hile plou-ld t?ir b
attempting to step over a stump, al most aeverin -1,4
inmu ironi ino nouy; also that lie hn used It in lu
family for tirieon y?ar. and is thi Inut romwiy lr
Cats, Biirna, Bruise, Frost Bites, Strains, ltheum
atiam, etc., he ever used.
Fmm Cnuw I Bros, Coehrnne Lidlne. Ohio
Nov. SO, IS.; We are pleaseil wilh your medicW
It has heen the means or curing a (-reat uuinl er of
diirerent dlai-aw upon persons, asalro uNuliirui
We think It cures nil you recommend It to do v,
want yoll to scud lis the lllyvr proportion or the
variety ror "Family I'se," in auiattboitlca.
en. Ind., VaroliS j&l
etlee or medi.'iiie. 51
.tremely oflKli-M 3r
W-'F.DS OF WISDOM for young men, on the
Knlinst Pas-inn in Youth nnd Early Manhood, wilh
M.LK HELP for the err!n! and 1'iifortunate. Ben
in s'jaled h lter envelope', free otclinrje. Address.
HOWAltl) ASSOCIATION, Bz P, I'iiiladilmia
Fa. May ii, 3m
From Dn. J. 1'. Tkiirki.i., Warren.
1S6H I nm en":ui'd in the. uracil.
and tlnd your tiarullnj; Oil nil e.tn-i
remedy In all cn.se wui-ru an external api.licaliun
From l)n O. B. Nkal. linn is, Iowa, Dec. 1SWI
I hnvo urac'ici'l niedieino in tins coiiulv e,-u
years and cli-crliilly rii-oiniueiid your tim--iii g oil
ns tho bust Unaiiient lu uu.
From Ds. T. W. Flms. Ca.. Jan. f, l-ofl ir I
could receive l,oth boses or tin) (ar;lliiK (III it will
not he too much, as I thii k I could oon llnd sale
lor it all, the Inquiry b-ine frequent Uce it is iiiu
jKtsed that 1 h ave It Trr sale.
From Dn '. S. Jlel'Atr., Chamois, Mo , Nov. Ii,
1SW Yonr CarrllnirOII isiakinithi,iii ne nn r,',ti,i
all the llnluieiiis or the dav, Ir von desired Hn,m.
1 could procure dozens nr certitlitf fr,,i ti,..-..
who have been cared by it.
Whi cjfiig Va. sav, under d to or July ill. m .ii,
tbat they can wifely recomtneiid the (hi-i;lin Oil
for mnie disi-oses tlian it is ritt-nuimciidt-d lor.
From J. K. Ftsm;n. I'nioutown. I'n.. June at.
IRiiT. Your (larlinje oil is dning much better liexo
than toruirly, sinew its ihiues have heeoine known,
aed the lmtiles put up tor Family t'te, with.'iit
stain, are lunch sought Utr.
V.ll.'DS JAVA. si'AHKtiWS, Calf AKY, OKK
MAN, at A. D MIl.l.IiH & Ci.
Croeltory F.ir all kinis no to IlliY.NOLDS
IHtODlIEAD CO'S. No. 11 Centra Street, oppo
site the Post Cilice, Oil City, Ia,
WlIAI.K ClTCHIXIl II y F.l,KCTIiICITV.
CatchiDg whiles by tnenns of electricity if
a new development of science. It is stated
that a London firm has notually obtained
a patent for this method, to the great in
sociation of "old salt." By tho now method
every whaleboat is provided with n galvanic
battery. Wires from opposite poles run
eays the following sight was seen in Florence I down to the point of each sot of harpoons.
Italy, i" 1361. by a lady and gentleman Whon lbe "hl is ""y near tw
Tub Continental Life Insurance Company
of Hartford, Conn., paid yesterday to Miss
Sarah A. Barber, of this place, ono thous
and dollars, the amount of insurance on her
father's life. The loss was not due until
September next; it was paid without deduc
tion of interest. Tbe agent ot this Company
is stopping at the Centr al House.
National Ouphax Hombsteaii at Gkt
TVHHunoil, Ta. Tbo Rev. Tbos. Atkinson,
General Agent for tho above enterprise, is
nt present in this place. ' He is to hold a
unida meeting of the Sunday Schools at
p. in., to-morrow (Sunday) in tho M. K.
Church, and to preach in tho evening at t!ie
Presbyterian Church. Tho object of his
mission Is to tie explained ut the ulteruooti
test o e Mi collections.
I'lease come and be interested in behall
of the children by whoso fathers' fall we
bate bbiuca, vhuicbus aud peace.
belonging. to New York:
In walking in tho principal street they
overtook u until with u long whip in hia
baud, which ha wus moving from one side
to tho other in what they thought wus a
stratigo manner. When they camo up with
him they fuutid lie wus driving n dock of
cut.ary buds, ;s in England they drove
a flock of turkeys. A carriage camo along,
the man waved his whip in a peculiar man
ner, when the little birds went to tho side
walk until the carriage bad passed, when
tbey took to tho street ugain. A woman
wunled to buy one, when tbo mun
sprinkled some cauury seed at bis feet und
half it do' n ol them cmiiu to biiu, when lie
took up ono ill his bund and delivered it to
the woman, who paid him one lrunc for il.
Tbe man than went on uguiu.
D.'t.UVIXd or tub Moiikl KxlilN'K --To.
day, Saturday, July 24, '119, tbe grand
model Kngino and derricks which have been
put up at lottery, will be drawn in front of
the brick building, Washington elicul, the
diuwing to take placo at 5 i M. ::o chan.
cim at i:5,0(l euch, uio 1 be disposed of, and
but few niiiiibeis rem.tin unsold, l'ure'iii.-e
your tickets at the Uochisler U"iise.
harpoons are throwo as nearly sitnnltnne
ously as possible, and when inbedded in
tho flesh ol tho monster it completes the
circuit. The chanjo is expected to bo snf
beiently iowetful to paralyze the unimal.
so that the sn:all boat may advanco and
dispatch him at leisure.
A 1'erriblo Sccno.
Wm. Edwaris, the colered man conceiv
ed of killing Louis Wilson, another colored
man, at a negro bull last winter, was ex
ecuted in the jjil yard in St. Louis, yester
day afternoon. When the trap was sprung
and the man dropped, it wns diFCovered
that the rope vas a little too long, allow
ing the culprits toes to touch t be ground.
An awful scene then occurred. For a mo
ment the bodr remuined perfectly still
after which violent contortions commenced'
during which ho man's legs aud arms were
S'.viini; und dravn in every direction. The
rope was Immediately shortened by draw,
ing it up, but the writhing vf the poor
wretch continued for eomo minutes, nn3
t wai not until be had struggled fearfully
or thirteen tniiutes that he was pronounc
ed dead. On tuning the body diwn ufter
h ini:i' t'-vcr.lj livo minutes, it was found
that li:e ueck Was l.lolu 11.
A new lot of the celebrated
received at tho
I. X. I- Knives jnst
Try o'tr Navy Tobacco. We know It Is the heat
in tho market. W. II. NICHOLS.'iN Jt CO.
'nrct(, or every quality and description, at
Itr.VNOM)" DHOnilBAD CIVS, No. 11 Centre
Strcat, opposite tbo P. O,, Oil City,;!'.
The very beat pocket Cutlery RassuM nnd Scis
sor. nil warranted at w. ii. rii'U'ii.u?i n
The linest I'l'.i Toliicc i nt
W. U. NICHOLSON & CO '8.
VEItY fiiriAP BIIF.RT MTTSIC, only flvo cents a
c .py, at W. H. NICHOLSON & CO.'S Stntlonery
All stylos or 3'n:ik ilnoka, Note Paper, aud Fa
vel.tpes In Jobbing Lots, at
W. II. NICHOLSON & CO.
BASH HALL BATS and SCOKE BOOKS, at
W II Nicholson & Co'.
I)OCKET BOOK LOST I
A pneknt book conta'n'ng $300 In money, and
.-.ins vn limbic pipers, was lost oa theeveniiwut the
IMdiust., between A. D.Miller Co. a dnii? sloro
aud the Hubert F irm. Whoever will return said
property 1,1 me itcxoru uuiou mnr have lint money
loiiiiit ot ii. jail in nil ArrMKK,
J'et. Ceuire, July 24, '(19 St.
The eonrtrtr.r10ifn hrotnfftrt rxUlinf under ihe
Il m nnma (f Wacht r Co., is diMolved, aud a I
parr.i-p indnbt.il Itiihcflnn, ro r)iiente(i to tttiltle
hi nm iii inaiiu, i-yjij-uiin, tii' t roi. centre, ovq-
"IANO. A ROid tKtcond liind Piano for Halo clirnp
jt ai wiu 1'iiuai iiuiic.0. Apply ariy.
(in Tuesday. July 40, me sulirrlption list for the
Vrt-iiiii''im si rm-t plank rosd. Any onetiudui the
t-ujie mil pii-,i!-o luave it ul t.m olllce. iulJIlf.
W. A. FAUAXSWOIiTIl,
Nomm Dealer, I'loneer, la.,
itcccives ail uattios and lllustrtitod Capers from New
rX ttvice pur day and will mall any paper pub
IMic-l. Illustrated wuekly papnrs, 1 123 pur three
Fxtract from s letter I'um Hon Natiiax I imsEr,
County J lld-je (r blielby Co., Iowa dated Iblrl in,
Anrd 13. lNi? It is decidedly preferrml to ut hit-
anient sold in this section.
Kxtract ot a letter rrom Stm ti. . Ilrpp, ditcd
FallshurK, Ohio, July 17, 100. In June last. Henry
tsliailli! hurl a yearlliiir colt that had what was sup
posed to he Dyptheria ror more, than ten ilsvs to
tntlt ll coma noi eai, ano ine inrDat swoit-n tiiiiiost
shut, and ihu use of three or tbnr applications of
the dollar bottles did the desired cruet.
Com A O. Niiil, Lesrisvillc. Ctischocton Co., ".,
Man-li 1S.VJ. 1 have used vour Carzlilitr Oil for the
Scratches on my horse, and It cuied it with ti e lint
From En Uathsib. Middlenart. N. Y . .loir 23.
ISjiI. I purchased a hottle of your linrglinc Oil t
vour o'ent, A. S Biker, at Mkldleport. aud as yet
have used hut half of It. 1 think It has iiivon mc
morn relicr in a ease or severe Hhenmatisni. of limn
lauding, tliau suy tning 1 have ever ust;d boforc.
Extract from a letter from J. O. Pbatt. dated
Qninry, Chautauqua Co., N. V., Aiunist 1, IS.VI. I
nave ueen ncquaintea witu your nieuicine (tinri:itii
Oill for the hwft fourteen veara. It has moved a
euro cure for Foot Hi in Hheep for which ! sold
inu last iHiuieana nave cans almost dally lor uioic
rioase ro.rwiu-d as soou us convenient.
Always Inquire fot
And take no otbes.
Retail Prim. gl.OO, SO Cl.,
mid 25 t'ts.
Wwke well hefore nslng, and rub on thoroughly
before the lire or some warm substance.
The Qarglint; Oil has haen In nse as a Unament
3d years. All wo ask is a air trial, but bo sure
and follow directions.
Ak your nearest Drujrd't, or dealer In Patent
Medicines (or one, of ,ut Alinaniies and Vnde Me
cunis, and road what thu ptojiU say aliotit the Oil
The riarifllng Oil la for salo by all lespeetaltle
dealurs throughout the Coiled Klaus uud other
Our (rtfi'mout'tibi date from IMS to 1tK!8nnd mo
muolidtrtl. Use the Garbling Oil and tell your
uuighbora what good it has done.
Wo deal fair aud liberal with all and dufy contra
diction. MuiiutUct urotl (it
Iiockport, JV. V., by
Merchant's .uiilinii Oil to.
JOHN HODGE, Secretary.
Sold by A. D. IVIILLl'K & CO.,
Julyj:im, I'etrolcuiu Cculrc, I'a-
uiulu, m m i,i v v iii :tn ce. uijw