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pet.io.itrc, rn,, Holiday. July 1 tilvliie Service. M RTHODTST EPISCOPAL CHUncn Services tfvcry babbalb at 1 1 A. M. anu P. IT. bnbbath School at 12' P. M euts free. A cordial invitution extend ed to all. Vkt. O. M'icirk, Pastor. FRES3YTL'RIAN CHURCH. Preaching el 11 o'clock A. V.. and'7 o'clock P. M., by tbe Pastor, W. C. JlnRcii ari. Sabbath Sobool at 12J, directly kl'ler lorenoon service. Prayer Mm-tini and Sabbath School Teacher's Heeling Tuesday evenings ol acn weeic. Petroleum Centre Lodge. JVo. t, Tl, J. O. Of O. P. Regular meeting nights Friday, at 7 o'clock. Si cow). XT. Jl. MONTGOMERY, N. G. C. IT. Bailey, A Seo'y. "Plc of meeting, Alain St., opposilo llcClintock House. A. O. of U. W. Liberty Lodge No. 7, A. O. of U. W., Meets every Monday evening at 1 o'clock, n Odd Fellow'i Hall, Petroleum Ceo t re, Peol's. A. Glenn, 11. W. A. II. Klccknkb, 11. f. o. of it. m. Mlnnekvioee Tribe No. 183, I. O. R. VI f Petroleum Centre, meets every Thursday renin? In Good Templar's Hall. b tW Council Bret llubted at 7 o'clock. 11. HOWE, Sachem. C. h JUKES, Cblel ol Records. Gold at 1 p. n. 116'4 lTTbe Post Office Newsroom Soda Ponatain is now running In full blast. Call and try a glass of Ice cool soda water I'ouca. James Mnb, Silas Bescb, John Smith, Tkos. Hlgglns and John Clark tailing from the "nursery of great men,'' Vrsr.klln, left tbelr peaoelul homes and possibly but not probably, honest Jtoll, on Tnursdayflaaf, for the purpose ol spending tie glorious Fourth. Local option not be !ta in force at (be cenlre of gravitation, it Is fair to presume lliey Indulged liberally In F.aokllo whiskey, which by tbs way they do ssy Is none of the best. Bat to tbs ro menc. From Franklin they proceeded to Oil Cily, and it It fair to presume the mix 1 drinks did not work to their advantage M tbey left shortly for Titnsville. At the Hub the fun urew fo fast and tbelr spirit' were so much elevated by the Tltusvilla spirits on top of the Oil Cily and Franklin pirll, that on the way home tbey conclu ded to stop at Petroleum Centre, Saturday morning. Unfortunately, In their ralimar tlon, local option was In force here, and f they journeyed up street under the Influence o the aforesaid evil spirits, John Clark concluded to get up a ruction with a fair l.ut frail female. At this juncture a new actor in the person of Constable Burns up pcared npon the scene, and notifbxl John to keep the peace. John allowed It would lake a heavier weight than Burns to make him quit, whereupon Burns collared blm nd despite the efforts of himself and com. panlons, conveyed the belligerent John tu - the lockup In a Bust inglorious manner, John-being compelled to ride in an oil wa. gai as be refused to weik. Constable Burns m thsn reinforced by Conrtable Burgess, and the-balance oltbe parly were arrested aad brongbt before Justice Reynolds,. wb f sntenced them to pay the meal fine and eeste f court, with th exception of Clark) wko in the row having torn' Mr. Burns cnai' almost oft bit back, was justly compelled to pay for new one. . And thus ended the Frucklio boja celebration. Undoubtedly they departed sadder, and let us bope wirer men. Alex. Foster, no old effender residing at Pioneer, got more than "three sheets In the wind" oo Saturday nlgbt, and Constable Burgess eomnsIUed bimto Ibe bastila to cool uu bis heated coppers. He was set (tee oo sueosy morning. Nsw WEt.i,. Wo made mention- in cur lasi'ls ua of a new well, receutly etrusk on tbe Simms farm.Upuer Benueboff territory owned by our well knowa townsmen Messrs Wordeo end Tajl.r. and Frank Holden. The well yielded from elht o'olock Satur- uiy morning until H o'clock Salurd ni;ht, nearly 40 barrels of oil of a clear nic-i quality. The well then had to be shut uiv; for wm of tankage. This well bad nem ly 40 ftet ol excellent sand rock. It will fuDl nhly prove at least a 40 barrel well. ' . We nr-s pleased to learn of tbe good luck f'f nut friend. P tero' Musical Monthly tor July It the best putrber ye Irrued. It contains at le t 54 worth nf excellent music, among wuich are now pHcs by Hoys, Stewart. Kibk"l erd other eiauJnid authors, Serd tor ! -i:rvn oosles to J. L. Pelrrs, Music 'iibuyrj o'jBwadway. New York., . IMiniier Ittinx. Mr. W. 11 King & Son romnve their slore fo 1'itliole from whence It came because a city the si.aof Plumor CaBnot support so many stores. Will the Dorrick man heresfier In copy Ing Plumer itemej give 'bom as tbey nre and not such unrecognig'tblo inditenien Is of bit own Imagination as the cowing machine legend. Tne Fourth passed off quietly. 51 r.st o citizens celebrated at Oil City. Tbe U. P. Church bd a plo nlc lor the children ol the Sabbath School. Tho Olympic club met at tbeir room and performed the following wonderful ft-tin very much to the wonder and nmiiseuu-ot of spectators. Wm. Lamb, a perfect O'eatus. perlormed the extraordin ary feat ol jumping beside himself a most dangerous pe'forujoce. C. O. Culbertson, with as much gracs as any Athenian, jump ed under bitu.elf. This requires many years of constant practice to be done rightly. 'Prof." Cumpton, with the superior train ing given at Yale Cbcrry tree excelled even Dr. Dwlght in lifting. This ended the first o1 series of exhibitions to be given at regular intervals. It Is rather doubtful whether a well will bo put down at all owing to the boggisb ness of company's owniog lands in this viz cinity. One agent representing a N. Y Co., only wants to give an acre lease one half royalty. He ought to have said a thousand dollars bonus as well. Such ra pacity Is rarely met with in tbe oil region Our Teutonic frlendsoelebrated the fourth' by holding sort of tteogerfest. Plenty ol lager aud vocal muoic 'and a good time all to themselves. Our friend Jones popped tbe question thusly: My dear Arabella well yes terday was a warm day. I, I, Bear Ara bella, I, I, must unburden my Dear Ara "What's tbe matter with you (crosslyj." hope it won't be to warm to-day as it wa to-morrow, don't it. Dad sold his wool. Will you 'be m y, goBb but it'a warm. "Come now Jones," said matter of fact Ara bella, "you want ma to be your wile don't you, and bavn't obeek euouirh to say so. Oh OOO 000 D - Dear Arabella you don't know how bap De Dea Dear Arabella, do you really mean it." A correspondent of the Pittsburg Com merclal writing from Patker city, gives ,tbe following interesting statistics of the export trade whion be guarantees to be correct: Tbe Increase of exporis trcm N. x. over last year is, bblt Z.'.sno.nuo Same from Boston 200,107 Same from Philadelphia ,6,600.(100 Same from iiultimore omuuu Increase of exports over same time 1873 ZU,c3b,lU7 Tbe total exporis from tbe coun try irom January 1st to June IOih 1671', waa 53,000,000 Same time 1872 Oil, (inn, Odd Same time 1873 7!),5(I0,000 5Iany would suppose, from Ibis great In crease of exports that the markets abroad were full to overflowing. The contrary is tbe fact. Now consuming markets opened 'or the commodity lake very much ol this i ictense, as will be seen by the following statistics,complied from shipping lists: To tbe Dutch East Indies (entire ly new niarkot)ibere has already, been shipped Ibis year, bbla 600.000 To Venice (new market 160,000 I'o China and E. Indies (increase) 2,000,0(10 To Central America (laureate) 30,000 To Africa (increase) 100,000 To Australia (increase) uOU.uOO To British West ladies (increase) 100,000 To Cadiz and Malaga ( tucresse) 600,000 To Taragona (inorease) 600,1100 To Cette (new market) 100,000 Married. At tbe Presbyieriau Cburch, Franklin, on Wednesday, July 2d, 1873. by ltev S. J. M. Eaton, Mr. I. N. PatteiEou and Mitt Donna Frame, all of Franklin. The consternation o f the old bachelo club ol this place of whloh Mr. Patterson was a member, at tbe receipt of tbe news that be had left the Benediol crow, canuol be decrlbed. Tbey leel sad and yet "wish tbey were be." We congratulate bim and big bride. May they live long and prosper. A fearful anil brutal outrage, was commit. ed Ol the person of a young girl 14 yeaia o ;e, at Curry, on July 4 lb, by ronie of the attaches of Baroum's Circus. Nestlian six of the human brutes outraged tbe per son ot the girl.. Three of tbctn were ca. tured aud taken to Cony ou Saturday for examination. Tbey should have been string up to Ibe first telegraph pole, the Bends incarnate. There wb a smash up between the Pierce lrm and Titnsville. on the 4ib. John Joaea, we will call blm, hired a fast ng and took bis girl to see tbe 4 Hi at Titns ville. But alas lor tbe uncertainly of bu man event, io attempting to show bis girl wbat a superior driver be was; and "I can just pass that ere boss in fiout ol a 2,41 gall, g'lang," tbe carriage sttuck a boulder and lipped over, depositing John end hit girl iu most iinrotuantic positions by the rsadslde. It cost $G0;io repair damages. Tbe police olSt. Louis have coma out in tbe uniforms of Major Genortla. Anothkr Max .Wantko Old tamer Petlingill wejit into his bonne one day and ciugiit John, tbe hired mac, hugging 51 r , P. f The farmer said nothing, and efct out into the field. ) Alter dinner he wanted John jar some thing. But John was not to be found. He. went, at last, into John's room, where the latter was on bis knees packing bis trunk. 'What's the matter John?" said P. "O, nothing," said John. "What are you packing your trunk for?' "I'm going away." "Going away ! What are you going awsy for!" "O, you know," answered John. "No, I don't know," replied P., "come, give me the reason of your sudden desire to go away." "Well," meekly answered John you know what you caught ma doiog this forenoon. '0, pshaw, laughed P., do uut be foolifh. If you and me can't hug the old woman enough, I'll hire anolter mao." A young man asked bis sweetbmrt if be might kiss ber and give ber an aflVctionat hug. "No," said she. "I cin't allow that, but 1 11 tell yon wbat I will do; I'll split tbe difference with you, you kiss me, end I will bug you." Tbey open tbe gin mills io Oil City at one minute past twelve o'clock on Monday mornings, for tbe relief of thlisty souls who didn't accumulate on Sunday. Mrs. Davis, (of Bucktowu,nar Tidiotile was attacked by wbat her physician called true cholera. last week. She has recover ed. Life is a mockery with a New York man,' since he gets bis living by instructing birds In tbe att of whistling. A boy named Wm. Cole, who Is not quite level In tbe bead, being a simplo but harmless fellow, was bitten by rattlesnake near bU borne on Stewart's Run, about tiro weeks ago. He was going across a cleared field, and bis boots hurting bim, be drew them off and walked barefoot. As be wag stepping across a log, the snake sprang frou under It and bit blm on tbe fool. For a time bis life was despaired or, but be is now improving. Forest Republican. Kate Williams of Peoria, III., knocked ber lover flat to tbe ground bec.iuae he In sisted upon kissing her Ibe third time at tbe gate on a moonlight night recently. Two was bur limit. We know several young ladies who are loo delicate to was!) dishes, anil leave that healthful exercise to tbeir mothers, but they can play croquet by tbe bour and not miud the fatigue in tbe least. The lsy'ol the latest minstrel reads. Lives there a girl with soul so dead who never to herself bath said, 'Won't I have damask when I'm wed, hemstitched pillows for each bed !' " Application has been made to the court tor tbe incorporation of Greece Cily The town bas become one ol considrrnbie importance, and In an exceedingly short time. When we know thai there are ninety-five lawyers in the Constitutional Coovemion and only tbirty-oight laymen, it is no won der that tbe constitutional egg , is so long batching. And tbis is bow a Kentucky giri acooM, ber acquaintances: "Well, bow are you? Wbo do you love? and wbat do you know!'' Toe boys of Z tnesville, U., are indignant at tbe Interference of irresponsible private citizens with tbeir vested right of bathing in tbe city reservoir. An Atlanta pbystciau advites patientg wbo in those coolera time! feel "upside down" lo rectify that condition by stand ing on their beads for a minute at a time thrice a day. Whloh is a simple way lo "bue up " tbeir difliculty. A Pougbkeepnie paper says Ibat a farm er's daughter in Ibal vicinity lately re. oeived a bairy poodla dog from a friend in New York. The unsophisticated damsel wrote back thanking ber Iriend fur the pre. sent, and saying that she found it very bandy wben tied to a stick, to olean win dows with. A baby show tmong the passengers en livened the passage of tbe emigrant steim er isyaossa Irom Lioodon to Quebeo recent ly. Tbe greatest interest was taken lo It, and- the recesses of the bold were ransacked for boxes containing bidden treasures in tbe way oi ribbons, frocks, pinafores and underololbing, for adorning tbe little ones. Tbe first two prizes were one sovereign and a-bottle of, braodyaeach; the third ten shi' lings and a bottle of wine, and the fourth five shillings ami a bottle of wine. Detroit bas abolished tba whistle and be gins work and gees ( dinuer in silence. Fourteen vessels left Philadelphia lat week for foreign ports with over two end a qiinrler millions of gallons ol petroleum. The Tliusvllle Courier sajt, there Is a re port In circulation that children walking barefooted through potato patches, are pois oned by the potato bugs, which fasten;lbem selves to the barefeet, Inflicting sharp sting, e bear nf several children that have been bitten by thesejbugs and suffered severely In consequence Another hotel waller in Omaha bas fallen without hurting himself belr to $1,000 000. The Andruscoggio Mills iu Maine, are making French calicoes, five and three quarter yards of which make a pound. An eccentric character ia Sua Francisco invariably walks tbo street with a stick ot candy projecting from his month. Tbe third annual lair ol tbe Northwestern Auriuiiltiiral Society will be bold at Corry. September 1C, 17, nnd 18. A good display is expected. Tho Franklin Fire Police have accepted tbe invitation af the Meailvllle Fire Dopatu meat to attend their annual parade on the 7lh of August. Tbe Franklin Comet Band will accompany the Fire Police. A Grcut Horror Done Away With. Houee cleaning is a great horror to nine men out of every too. When that time ojmes the "mea folks," as a rule, give tbe domestio beartb a "wide berth." Oceans ol suds the product ot tons of soap tairly flood every part ol the bouse. Tbe women, from the mistress down, labor at Ibey never worked before, and what with the discom fort, tbe smell of suds und tbe dampness, and nut uufrequently sickness, the product of colds and overwork, matters are gener ally disagreeable. Tbe simple use of Sapolio instead of soap does away with all this discomfort. It lightena tbe labor a hundred per cent, because it removes dirt, grease, stains and spots, with hardly any labor, with but little water, and in one tenth tbe usual time. julyC-lw. In Illinois theiuare 271 tobacco factories, employing 2,081 persons, using a cap ital of $1,!X;5,G20 and turning out $4,319,716 worth of the finished article per year. Stokes bas been reported as very ill. The Star says ha is as lively as a cricket, and jolly as a gig. His general health is ex cellent, and bis anticipations very bright. Drunken bubauda are a chief source ol income to many married women inludianr A wile in Montgomery county lately rrcow ered live hundred dollars from a saloon keeper tor tho time loet by her husband banging around his bar and drinking bis whisky. Mr. Carpeuier, sued by tbe Roberts Tor pedo Company lor an infringement of Ibeir patent, was convicted ot contempt by the U..S Court at Pittsburgh, on Tuesday, acd sentenced to pay tbs costs and ninety days to j til. Tbe bonnet ot ibe period is a miniature kitchen garden. It is decorated with cher ries, grapes, blackberries, little oarrots, bits of parsley, loug pale gjeen beans, sorrel, ma jorum and other vegetables latntliar to the professors of culinary science. Tbe graduating class of Midshipmen at Annapolis tbis year, numbers IwsMy-nine members, against twenty-six last year. The present class is composed of young gen tlemen ot talent and application. At the semi-annual examiuatiou but two of tbe class were found deficient, aud they in me chanicsooly Tbe diplomas will be deliv ered about Monday, tbe second day of June I lie exact dale has not yet been flaed. The Union Times mildly blots tt its delinquent subscribers in thisolasslo slyle Come u-sto us, ye invisible dollars and ag gregations of the same, wherever in your sightless essences ye dilatorily wait oo puy ment. Tuke unto yourselves share and presence, that our creditors may be made glad, and the born of honesty exalted. Stand not upon tbe order of your coming, but "git." The maddest man in tbe country is tbe proprietor of a circus, wbo just traded off three camels and a cage of monkiea for magnificent diamond, which) experts tay is worlb 250. New York has more than a thousand places where cholera breeding Is certain, In tbe shape of underground residences. 9 It is said tbat two of tbe Fish Commission er, recently appointed by Gv. Hartranft, don t know a shad from a pickerel, and don't want to learn. Tbe other feilow would like to book himself up in fish knowl edije, but be can't read. I 'a very ead. Tbe dry weather bas injured the proepecti ot uonaecticut tobaoau. . fM'Ml Aotlf-e. Ie.i"VJ'Ali AO TICK. Having concluded to close out my bust, noes In Petroleum Centre, 1 desire to inform' my old patrons and Irlends that berealter l' shall be loenled In Schonblom's new bull, ding, Oil City. Pa., and would tespvoilully' Invite them In pay me a call. I- shall t,0 in tbis place for two weeks and thoee dent ring tny professional services would do welt' to call. J II. HE1VLY. Pet. Cenlre. June. 23 2w. POST OFFICE NEWSROOM. r NEW GOODS Just received at am now prepared to sv) any thing and everything in tbr Newspaper, stationery, Blank Book, V. t icy od, Or Confectionery Line f At Greatly Reduced RATES, I hope by strict attention to' the wants of the j-nLlic to mer it a share of their patronage,and would invite my friends to pay me a call. OIAS. C. WK KKK. triiiliitivlpltia Jk Erie ICiUlroatI WINTER :TIJtEj.TABLE. lid .Tier Snuiiay, Oct Situ, K'.i, (lie Trains on the, I'kiladeliibia & Erie Itallroad ,wlll ran u follows : ' WWTWARD. MAIL TRAINS lcaras Philadelphia ..ll.41 y m ' ' " Ten 4 1X1 p m " Cnrrjr............ K.S0 p in " arr at Erie - 7 & a ui K1UE EXPRESS luitTc.-) Philadelphia 12 40 u ni ' " H arreu 4 rr a in " " Corry S.1A a ni arr. at Erie 1 -15a ni WAKREN ACCOMM'N leaves Warren.... 1 SO a m ' ' Corry 8 f a m " nrr. at Erie 10 l.t a m ERIK ACCOM'N leaves Warren 1.10 1 m " " " Crr, 8 s p m " " arr. at Krie............. 4.10 p u ' MeTWASD. MAIL -iKalX lmTua Krlr................ll SS a m eorry...., l to p it " U'wrcn 2 80pm " arr at l'j,tl.ideluhi.i e.f5 a n ERIE EXI'ltEBM leaves hiie... .05. iu " " nrry 10 45 pm '' " Wnriuu lir3pui " nrr nt I'hilSdi-lnhia X HI n m ' WARHEN ACCi M'S Laves Erie SO a in. " 'o l y. ....... u 10 pm ' " arr at Werrm. 7 Ml i. m ERIE ACCOM'N leaves Krl . 8.2f a m ' Corry 10 Ml a lit ' " nrr at War 19 80 p in Mall.'Kast connect cast and west at Erie with L. . A M. 8. It. W.Jand at Corry and Irvlncton with O. C. & A. K. It. W. Mail West with wei-t honnd trains on L. S. & Jl. 8. it. W., and at Irvinctu with Oil track fctAlla- gneny a. k. w. Warren Accommodation aaat and wcs. with ' rains on L. B..A. MJS. It. W., east and west at Corry with Oil Crook A Allegheny Blvcr Hallway. Erie Aecommodatlot cast at Corry and west at Cerry and Irvlncton with 0. C. A. It. It W. The Mountain Local Frcishl East and W est car ry jmasoiiL'erii ln-twpcn Inrlnctwn and Ka"o. Kimiia Mail ind Niagara Kprm make close eon nectimia at Willlamaport wltu N. C. K. W. trains, unrtn and south. JiOTlVKriit Uaring time at Erie is Philnil'V- pnm iimi!, wnci u ttwn.'y minu(i Jailer Uuxn Kritliett. WM. A BALDWIN, Oen'l Bupt. A. & G. W. RAILWAY.' FIIANKLIN rtltANCH. . Tlino Table iidoptcd IVovrm" ber 1, SOKTHWAltD: OllCIty. Franklin. Mendv'le' Kniircs.. .... S 50 am Jl IN a m 10 411 a m Mail S 45 p in a i t p m 4 6 p in Accuniinoclitlcm... lull a in 1 SO p m, 4,(10 p in ' AaoniiiioUntiou... b.2U p in It lo iu 11.15 p w. ' SOUTHWARD: Vendv le Exon- II.4U a m Mail Pi I'll , in Accom oduiiou... 7-W a ui impress 4 10 p m fraiiWIn. X w a m 1 f.T D in 111 .Ml a m ou cur It till a m S'JS pt" 11 15 a m ti.i p m 7.10 p m L. B. BAKTOIt, Gen'l Kupt. K. B T5mf!6 mtmrtet slower than CllCrne" lia Iway trme. NEWSROOM!