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SHUGERT & STARR
(Bneowson lo McTarlawl Smith Co.,) Merchant Tailors! AND DEALKKS IN Vents' Furnishing Woods, COO. SPRING A FEANKLIN 8TS., TITUSV.IiLE, PA. Have pat la one of tbe fin wt assortments of CLO'lIVS tiVAtishiEUES ENGLISH,: ' ' i FRENCn AND' ......... v -AMERICAN MIXED AND BTRIFED SUITINGS FANCY VESTINGS. . '. Kver offered In the Oil Region. TWKNTY DIFFERENT STYLES OF j -l , Alithe UteetandHoblrtMlBtylss. ' ' A uix mm op: ' Genta Furnishing Goods, ' Ac. Petroleum, Centre Daily Record. Fes. Centre. Fa.., Monday, April 14 1 OlTlne ervlee METHODIST EPISCOPAL , CHURCH Service every Sabbath al 11 A. M. end ttf P. M. Sabbath School At lift f. M. eats tree. A ooraiai inviianoa exieua d to Bit 'I . - ' ' 1 Ui: ' . Kk. G. MllOltB, Pasto. PRESBYTERIAN I CHGRCHJ Preaching t , 11 o'clock A. M... anil 1 o'clock Y. M.. by the rastor, w. u. BURCB arc Sabbath School at 12, direotly after loreoooo service. Prayer Martina and 'Sabbath School Teacher! Meeting Tuesday, evenings ol mod ni.I":" mt, ;. . Petrwlcntn Centte Lodge, T15, f. O. of U. V. JVo. Regular meeting nights' Friday, agnlar meeting nights; Friday, at 7 ick. Sljnert.i . H 'KoogRfti A SeoW. " '' - - o'clock. S. H "Koomtj'-A fW tyPlaoe of meeting, Main St., opposite MoClintock Huiim. y ) A. O. OlUT. W. ' Liberty Lodge No. 7, A. O. of U. W., meeti evert Monday, evenlug l o'clock, In Odd FelWt UaH,Petoleiim Centre, Pena'a... ' A. Gi.BNN, M. f. M. T. CojCNegn. 3 i' W--' I . ,,KO. of U. M. , , , Minnekatioee Tribe No. 18.1, I. O. ftM of Petroleum Ceotre, meets every Thursday evening lo Good Templar's Hall. . tlT Couooll fires llgWed at 7 o'clock. , U, HOWE, uebem. - C. L JUKES' Chief of Records,' ' Gold at 1 p. m. 1187', Police. The Oammoowealtlf vs. Mickey Mike. 'The defendant was arreted on oath ut A. lolflij'cf-Ctftfjford couty,-on - charge of slaboTng 'wfth Intent fo kill. This la the stabbing case which toek place April 51b, a report or which was published in the Rkcobd of that date. The defend ant was arrested SatutdAy nlgbi af a bonse at the mouth of Benneboff Rim.' -The1 'evj dence was esoeadingljr conflicting through out, a oart otha.wlaeSs '.swearing that Stokes was the man who bad the knife in elead of Mike. Several witnesses swore that Stokes was too drunk to know whether be bad beea cut or not, while ptbers testi fied to bearing. Mickey Mike (say be would "cut Blokes d d guts and liver out." 'The result or the hearing was that Justice 'Rey nolds held the defendant iu the sum of $300 to appeat at Franklin to answer the charge at the April Term of Quarter Sessions. . - ! Falling to procure t be, requisite security be will be taken down to-night. The correspondent or the QU Ci'y Derrick eras in town on Saturday. Io bis report this moral Pg If feelingly alludes, to I be feci that there is a' "temperance saloon" Id town The proprietor lotorms us the aforesaid correspondent' dropped Into his saloon and ctlled tor a "big drllllc r whiskey. " lie failed 10 procure It. houce the Insinuation. We might add that lo,iU)r cannot be, pro cured at any ol the kpiels or saloons in this 'own. Looal option ; settled the bill lor good. " . ," ,' " '' ' ' ' ' ' . , 1 '' The New York Herald's Havana special says the Captain General states that two Mlero bom Cespedes were found on its cor lerpundeul, O'K' I'.f , aud ke Wat IruaU'O an ipy. . We received a call this furonoun from our friends. Mcxtr". J. F. Villa, 3 B. Villa, & Col J. II. K:c-. tbe well known proprietor, manacer end advance agent of tbe Agnes WallucH (Jiimio Opera Troupe, who are to appear at the Opera Ilotiaa, this evening. We h ive h id the pleasure of meeting Mr. S B. Villa enreril times heretofore and have always found him an honorable, bighmind ed gentleman Irotb In a business and social point olview, and tbe same may be said o Mr.,J, y. VJlla and CoU Rice, i Of Mr. Villa's aliiflllevp an antor we need my not'olcu', as he fa well known as" a Uralclass star hlh In the prlesloa and outeij i . Miss Agn Vallace, tbe gem ol the Wallace BistiMS,, is tliu leading lady ol tbo troupe. She Is too wi-ll known to sll theatregoers, and outsiders lor that matter, to need any recommend from lis. We weuld advise all to atlead this evening, as it will amply re pay them for their time and money. Petroleum Centre was tbe scene of a cock fight on Wednesday last, which gave the Recoup a chance for an item. When tbe lown is unusually dull tbe Eecord gives full reports of all the "bails" held la the numerous bouses of illfame which abound "on Ibe creek." Jam esiowa Journal. Tbe report of which said balls appear to "strike a tender and eympatbello obord" In tbe bosom of the local of tbe Journal. We have an indistinct remembrance, of the evil doings of one Root, at one of tbe aioresald balls at Titusvllle, while tbe aforesaid Root was Connected wtlb one of tbe Tilusvitle parjefe, and ol bearing it said that tbe aforesaid Root wss root-ed out of the ball for bod conduot. Don't go back oo your sporting lemale friends, Jouroal, "by tbe memory of the past," Tbe youog gent armed with a bottle of bourbon, or doubtful proof, and a piece of calioo hanging to bis arm, who slopped to lubricate near tbe Boyd farm bridge, tbe other Sunday, and both got jolly diuok; so much so that tbey had to be helped out, Is knowo to us. Don't do so any more, or we will give you a first class advertisement, with full name and particulars. Arrangements have been Anally concluded or the, completion ol the Northern Pacific Railway lo a practical connection with the Waters of Ptigut Sound . ', ' ' ' The New York Eveuiog Post printing and newspsper establishment Wns sold last week fur one million two hundred and nliy thousand dollars. No species ol .ropert.v bus sdvanced mure rapidly io vailA ilur'nu the Inst lew years (ban newspaper estub fislimeuts. Chicago's Police Cumimssloiiurs have de creed that If a polleeumo shall drink even nue glass of liijuor wbeu oo duty bo sball be discharged. ' "Mr. Geo. W. Swift, Mirr known, as "Duo' Swll't, has disponed or bis billiard room, aud left town ibis lornoon lor bis home at Rochester, N. Y. He Is one of our oldest sillzeus, and hears with .him the best wishes of a host uf Irieods for bis In ture welfare. Good luck lo you. Doc. , Some striking carpentrs lu Brooklyn made threatening demonstrations yesieidny against a party of men at work, ,bul left op tbe appearance of the police. .. .. Tbn sixth annual reiiuiun of tun Sixth Army Corps will be halii in the Temple of Mnslci New Haven, on the 14th of May. L , r , .. , , . , . A Kew.xurk drummer, ariv-d ; at .the capiUI ol Kentucky the o'.ber day. and one of the first things that met bis vision wrS a party ol a hundred or more mcuntaineers, who bad come-down with ruflisstulwart and rough looking lellows, . occftniered after their iisual style. "Good God I1 exclaimed the new comer "I thought (lragi(' urmy had left, or 1 would have gone on." A gentlemun lately returned tram Wash ington says that rheuma'inm is pmralent among the government oftlii'.ls there, Jtnd he attributes it to tbe foci that they tiae,lnn little red fhnnel in proportion lo Ibnir al lowance ol red lepe ' , ' It'ls known at Salt Like tht Rrtebnm Young will reeljn the Presidency of the Utah Central aud Southern Railroads and accompany a missionary uouipQy lo Ariz ns, which will be large, as It is intended lo be employed In building Tom Sooll's South- erd Pacific Railroad. Emigration will be promoted, lo order to increase tbe ojission. as the pelllioal control, of Arizooa is -looked to. i . : f . , . a'be Wellaud Bhip Canal will be 'opened for tbe passage of vessels between Lakes Erio sod Ontario on the 21st instant. Judge Kelley announces bia intention to advocate, at the earliest possible moment, a system of Iree banking based upoa our nation al bonds. , Baltimore Councils huve ordered the preparation of a memorial lo lb Stale Leg UUIure asking the exloimiou of tbo city limits. Pleasure lovers will oeif to mind that Miss Agnes WI!C", tbe gem of lb WaU lace Sisters, will a;ipear at Sibul's Open House, this evening, la tbe celebrated bur lesqiiedrtma of Clorioda, too Girl of Ite Period. Speaking ol her the Columbia State Journal says: "Tbe Agnes Wallace Troupe commenced tbelr engagement at ibj Atheneum last night. Miks Wallace appeared as Prince Poppettl in "Clorioda," and gave a spec! men of thedasli. inuslo and poetry ol mo l tiun that bas secured her a leading position in tbe burlesque and com 0 opera businesH. Iler long golden hair shows to good advan tage, and there are few lad es that cao boast that alt tbey wear is their own. Mr. Sam B. Villa io bis lemile characters can not be excelled, and can bu rlesque a prima' donna In fine styla. nis singing is really splendid, and be assumes the airs and grace, in a fascinating manner. The comediun, .Steve W. Ashley, rjuka among the best in tbe profession, and as the Irish Emigrant, study, be is a superior vocilis'. Miss Lizzio Dulleotiue displays a high o -der of talent in ber roles aud wins the f ivor of all by her evident desire to please. Mis Sabra Dosboi gave proof of exiraordinaij powers or theatrical delineation. Mis Aua Harcourt and in foot all tbe ladies are pleasing in tbe parts assigned fo them. Mr. Frauk Edwards is a first class song and dance artists. Prof. Hill and Mr. Ellis are the best of musicians, and everything la done io a meaner that cannot full to please all who have a taste for the drama. The police have received orderes to pros, eoute all persons who are found Willi slings in Ibeir possession. Boston Globe. As it is said there ure over three Ihonsaud grog shops in "prohibition" Boston, tbe ar rest of all persons who have "slings in their possession" gin, brandy and wbisHy slings would make Ibe police business lively. Perbsps it rofers to the young Davids o1 Boston who slings stone io tbe stieels. We Dotice tbe "sling" nuisance Is appear lug in our streets it is not only an annoy ance but a danger.arjd abonld be-riippressed A Utter upon alligators of tbe St. John's river, Florida, in the Naw York Sua says, tbe guests at the hotel al Enterprise whiob i is up in tbe alligator region ol the St'1 John's "sit upon the veraudab hour alter "hour polishing alligator teeth with sand "pupfr and buckskin." These teeth, gold mounted, make very jreliy watch chain chiiims. Visitors in Florida, further down the river, that Is Northern Florida, lorihti St. John's has the ecceotr;oily of ninuing up North have another Binobeinent, the polishing ' sea beans." i A sea hem,, to culled, is like a small . sized horse chesmt though more the shape ol a ltve, fat, limn bean. They are picked up on the coaei and permit a very high polish. V.siiois are loe I -sty lor any greater exertion than the. pot I ishlng of Ibine beans. First the rut Ml' file Is used and that followed by sand p ner As tbe bean is a poor thing to get Im.d o1, ii slips in delloate bauds and lady.li ,cra caioli the rasp ol the file. Every n.iw mid ihro one hears the long drawn inward Inspira tion, li-g-b, and knows by instinct that a rat tail file has made itself too familiar with tbe tender Doners ol soma hand not used to labor. But the filing and ibe rubbing must go on as if the proceeds of the labor were necessary fur dally bread. Pocket loads of teeth and beans are yoarly brought outof Florida, and we imag inn the demand fo these articles keeps a large force employed, during Ibe fashionable vocation, In inanii facturldg them, though every purchaser is Ciiaranteed bis bean floated from Ibe fur c ft" Mediteranean and bis;loolh wng taken by the salesman Himself out ol tbe alligator's mouth. Spring, with dainty foot and ankle, steps Nijhtly over the golden line that pans tbe siawns. She shivers a litttle.. glancing hack. ward at the snow and sa w and ice, and the big black rains, then em lies ahead at the sift air full of a tillered gold, the singing ol b ri. the fragrance of flowers, and the aroma of Jiew mown hay. The Matchuatle Association of Classi cal and High School Teachers held Its nixth annual meeting In Boston, Saturday, when papers ere promised by President Elliot, Prof. sor Agassi, and other promi nent eddcators. There Is sumo difference of onininn amnrn navigators acquainted with tbe "Iron hnnn.i ooast' east of Halifax, as lo the force of Iho easterly current there, but they are u. agreeu in this, that far better lighthouses' are needed than tbe Dominion government aliords. Nothing like a pioper amount of self re lied. One of the Wheeling hotel ker,u,. refnsss to entertain members of tbe Wet Virginia Legislature under any ciicuroitan. Shute, Hie iietaulttng cashier ol E.1-.. N H., is said to have been sofo recently in FUN AND FANCY. A put-up job A new building. Joint education Gymnastics. Poor soup Soup lor the pour ' j What is to he? Why, a verb. The rose that all are pursuing Ila-rose, Benefit ol clergy Travelingj by roil at balfprioe. A man may not like tbe fashion of his nose, but he lulluws It. A Western paper speaks of a duel be tween two "j ickaiwpernled individuals." A criminal court Sparking another mans wife. An end olwnys lo be kept in view Div idend. When a in in 'a necktio is untied, how un tidy he look'. Barbers make many Lfrieuds but scrape more acquaintances. Forjwbat port is a mm bound during cotiriship? Bound to Havre. "Exciiko basie ami a bad pen," as the pig said wbeu he irokeout. "So dark, aud yet so light" as tbe man said when be looked at a ton of coal. .To make newspapers bright make a bun fire of them. Tbe wizest thing aboil t a man it his cou soleoce edukasbun don't improve it. ' ' Can tbe man who attends tbe stieel lamps be culled a light character. A rural ist at a party declined frosted cake because it gave him a cold. Seal sktn parlor mats are tbe latest fash ionable affects. Tbuusauds of young women practice at the bar in England. Tbey are known as bar maids. When tbe enterprising butchers' boy "Eet up oo hisowu book'' did be Hod a comfort able seat? ' Tbe joung lady who thought she could make her voice clear by straiuing It made a great mistake. Muluucbol7 suicide A little boy, on being threatened with a whipping, bung bis bead. By an austere school teacher- How to make scholars stick lo their lessons Use whacks, On, News- The Hummel well, on the Hummel fatm is doing CO barrels. The F. T. Davis well, on the Wellerlarm is down to 12 barrels. - - Tbe Maine Oil Cn's , well, on the Ln?a farm, Kiub'ilBuO & Co, owners, is down 600 feet. Two new wells are about loSe pu down mar Dog own, the rigs ar already up. The Vei.s-Kt Milllgan well, on the D. Heeler farm, is si ill producing 42 ba'rels Tne While Line Car Company ships 1S00 c.is a month fiom Fullertun, Foxburg,Clar' Ion and l''ii ker. A good many derricks have suffered from the laie hi.;h winds, ns ' consequence rig boil. Jits hav been in tiem tnd. Peters burg Prnure's. The mild ueatner and the recent rains are dnlnj ihe'.r work, and the river, alt over the land are on the rampage. Floods ana fresh ets, the destruction of properly and tbe loss of life, are reported from various puarters and those slreumswbich have not yet shown a disposition to rise are credited with a pur pose of doing so very shortly. The report ol Ibe cowardly assassination or Gen. Canby, at the bands or the Modoc Indians, excited a goneral feeling ofindig, nation, nnd tbe course or the Government towaids these blood thirsty gend in trying to make peace with them was oitterly de nounced. Especially was tbift the 'case among Ihe mountain men or whom there are sever il residing, here. Win. M. Tweed is rcporteu to be to ChU oigo. . European mail advices state the Liberie aunounces that M. Ledru Rollin bas aeoep ted ibe nomination, lor the Assembly ror Paris on coDditibp that the .government will permit meeting to be held. - ;" Applications lor pwmporre are reiioived at the State Department ut Washington at tbe rule of 100 per day. Aud this with o0 abatemeut iu cooFequeoco of the "Atlantic"' disaster. Ii will soon be a notuble distinc tion not to bsve visited Europe. Tbe Cbarlestoo Courier, Ihe oldest and ablest paper in the South, bas been pnrcbai ed by tht. Chailcston News, wlib which it is lo be consolidated under tbe bame News and Courier. It will be the onlv daily mo:ning join tin I published in Charleston.; Said a tipty busnaad lo bis Vile "you uitcd needn't bl blaint me! 'Twas wo man that first templed man to eat forbidden things " '-Women may have templed men to eat fotbidden things," said Ibe wife, "but be took to drinking of his own accord." A little boy tfaving broken bis rocking birr-e Ihe day It was bought, bis mother br. gsn to rebuke him. He silenced ber by it. quiring. "What is the good c-f a boss til' its broke? j t Ciiaxob -The firm o MeaTTlTI long engaged la tbe flour mai ftl(. tbis nlace. b - : ' u m inelr ati, business In minll.n,.. c-- - " Ii r ,t0ni TU11..01 1 tnkes charge on Mondoy next. W ry to lose thefo geutlemen t,l ..,,r,t interest of the town h, . " buW that it Is not their in tentlonw. 71 "H this plane. The. ri.. .. . . "B0ftiJ sihcrtre thanks to ihpir ..... r'ur' 'M eral patronage extended lhem d ' H past two or tbree.vearaA ti,. .. H ns lo request all parties Adabw u ..H call and settle at onro .. ... . ".hi r Doolti I be balanced within the next few,),", "l Tbe local cotton t . I From and.-after this d.t8 .nd D'i7 day tbe local option law gee, ,, ? " will sell allkinds .d brand, of ,1 1 liquor at reiail al wholesale ' m lock must he closed out.. Now i. . ""J so purchase a little vial ror horn. .... JNU'J'lUJfi. Vr. James S. McCri. k I wise, .re requited hereafter laM,L letters to that polrtt. ," SOBEL'S OPERA ; HOUSE. a woiiguia Only, I aoiul,iy& Tuesday Evelnirs &mm wmm beading Ntar ,f tbe Wallace 8l,tlM l I i Ann nVD nan, J I uniii ALKIl 1 BUELESQS COMEDY TROUPE opening in mo Roaring Pare, of the - I itlSII Jlllf:iMiT Toeoncinde with the BiirliisqaeExtiam.., Or Tim mm. up prim nn. I ---." .uarLluvj, ClorIntfa.. m v, . ,., . , Prince Poppctll... Mies A0MI8 WAUACI ! Oilier Characters by the Coin.n. SEaoisriD inca-HT Tlisa kx. T . .... ! K. 'viwiiiiij xarceor i R B., or Mistakes . Will Or fFll nntlrlitTaa III, al .. ROBIN HOOD 8TEVK A8HLBY....'.'.....'.. A. W I Olher Characters by the Caaipaij ADMimuiji r ZVn, . ,,,, nsAia, Be. Rcerv..) Seats caah. semr.dM lhfpo.1 elk. Doom open at 7; Curtals rt.w at 8 o'clock. ' " 3. t. VIM, A, rriiprkt"t Cor. J, n. HICK, BmftiiM Mansi er. NCDTTITCIE ! Go tft tV. A. LOZIEK, 41 ll Sfri'l'Miwir II. Il.trarV 1 " i -j for your DEMISE, deliv ered at the wells, far $2,23 per Barrel. Petroleum Centre, Feb. 6th tf. .' IiOOK HEHfJ. Now is tbe time lo buy Ibe eelsbrsleil Fox i Williams' Bu2ilo Cream Alf, s W. A. LOXIEK'S as he Intends lo dose trans tbe twenty rmirtb lusa. Also, alf thnss- iu dehted to tbe same will p4esse dims siw settle on or belore laid date aud oblige lbs undersigned, W. A. LOZIEB. What Next? Thi-&crmlJnvenUe MsnitrS ttl centa year, Willi n Joileniiiil l.Mll laom", free. Hiisctinen. 8 emus ''lliiiie a ctnh! f vliew it raw tills. John JJ. 2 Aluen, rubllsbsr, Chi cigo.. " l CJ I? V Made Rapidly with Htel iJ WIN lli I KeshedkldtttflH. Catalos aud mil parUoula lMKi. C. M. Spsncrn, ii? ii,n Hi.. HfM2B in;; iiiuo. Areonuior IU1S rare ana " """-j.-Joeni nowreailv. Crioo aim). Am. Atqan Villi, l o., 8(i t. 6th bt.. Philadelphia. GETTY8BITBG KATALYSINEi WATER : approach to s specific wer "lfcov"' i. Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, o" vi, iti-ntviKw, iiauf-y nuo iirioerv w--' ally. Ii rutores muacutar power to tba r A MilooPlillo.-ouhkaii-ouiil. Onsiallj pn" 1... I.,,." . a . .Ilrfml OH ii urns i.iTur LompieiuT, i.:nroio Vvlj. a CoaHlipatlon, Asllima, Catarrh an Bronchmji easej of tlio Miln, General Poblllty "n r Prostmilon I. 3in Mantal and Pbysleal Ksc""".!. in Urn Urea'e-t Antidote ever dlsoovered ceisWolKatlugor Otlnklnt Itfpreett'"ii i.rom..ti Uii,Bsiion, u 1 Kalian.' me Hsad s" imnii dlntely. No hon.etiold nhoolA .t Witts' " ForsnHby all Uragl'ta. . I For a ito y of the Springs, tor meeat ports or ha powor of tha water over at"-;,, mnrvelliM cures, nnd fir ft imonttls I y ttnguisliid mun. send fet pamphlets. Wljltf" M.iOS. Uuutial Ageutf, S tioath Front sir 1'hllai.s pli a, Ta. rettvsburc Bl '" Cu' EVERY CORNET BAND IN the couetry will recoivaa splendid P . BAND 10 Ac free, by seuaing a two-eul staic to UDWAKQ A. fAMrEL8, u. Fuhltshee. Boat '