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Petroleum Centr9 Daily Record.
Tet. Centre, tVed lion-tar, Jan. 37.
rf Cloning Klalliu
P. O., Pmoiiira Cwitw. Pi,)
Jbli Wst, 1868. j
UnlH ntrt)ir not'ce tb mall, will nnin at and
drperttroo, IIm ili h follows:
a ram i!.
tt.ttitb and But, tU. Irvineton, 10 28 A. M.
roiiUi nod AVwt, " Menilrille, 5.18 P. M.
Nortli and Ewt, " Corrjr. a t . "
fontli aart Went, 1.45 A. M.
fo;itl '( and Wet, SKIT. )l.
lio.-ili, fc: aiii Wit, li'.OJ A. M.
II. E. lll.ACKMON, P.jM.
rrenehln? nl 11 o'clock A. M., and 7
o'clock Y. M.
Rsv. J. T. Ostoiit, Pastor.
M. E. CHURCn.
Sorrics every Sabbath nt 11 A. M. nnu
7 P. M. Sabbatli School tit tw elve o'clock
34. Soils Free. - A cordial invitation
extended to nil.
Rkv. C. M. Heard. Pastor.
STS. PETKR AXn PAUL'S (CATHOLIC)
Mass at 10'- a. m.
Vespers and Bcncdiation of the Eleiscd
Sacrament at 4 p. m.
Catechism. ut 2 p. in.
i AM 113 DUNN. Pastor.
Tub champion oarsman, Walter Brown,
who has a boat building workshop in Bos
ton, has lately built a single scull outrigger
hell cf Spanish cednr. 39 Cert 7 incbes long,
12 inches wide, and inches deep amid
ships; 4 foot 11 inches wide across the row.
locks, 9 inches deep aft, ami 4 1-2 inches for
ward, which when completed will weigh
only 24 pounds. Sbii is nearly finished now,
and weighs only 14 pounds. Ho claims
that with fair inagii she will Inst three yeais
race and practice boat. Ho. is
I uildinz a bnal lor bis own use, of the
same size, wbicb will woiyh only uiDeteen
ponnda. , The lightest boat heretofore built,
of Hie same siz. win that in wh'ch Brown
T0"ed a' PittsMirh lat September. This
was in nlo of paper, and weighed 27 12
Saii.oubj ut every nationality, in New
York, to I ne uuuiber of twelve er fifteen
hundred, have struck fur thirty dollats per
nvnth. ' They marched in procession ' to
Franklin Square, where speeches wero made
by several parties in deminciatien of the
. acts of shipmasters in reducing the wages
to sixteen dollars, and it ws resolved that
no snilor should leave port under lets pay
than thirty dellurs. Any doing so were
promised rough treatment. The men then
matched down South street, cheering one
firm who expressed a willingness to give
l he advance, moaning fur others who re
fused, ond finally dispersed..'
Tub siile of peas in the new Preshyte.
rinn Church at Franklin took place on Sat
urday. About two-thirdB of the seats were
sold, and the sum realized amounted to
over six thoiisnid dollars. Tho highest
price paid for n pew was $325, subject to a
yearly rental of sixty dollars. The church
edifice Is nearly finished, is very fine and
will cost about $35,000. A (inn organ has
been purchased and will be placed in the
building in a lew weeks.
Tux oolehrated Arlington Minstrels will
give one of their justly celebrated enter-uinuv-nts
at the Opera House this evening.
This is decidedly the best minstrel troupe
now lr.ivpis,r in the country, and draws
crowded houses wherever it goes. Potrolo
inn Centre will be no exceplion to the gen -
eral rule. The company performs here onlv
Thb oew eounty bill comes up in the
State Senale to-day. The Titusville Uoruld
conce es that its defeat in tint body is not
at all Improbable, on secount of tho Illness
of Senator Lowi-y, tho great champion or
the measure. We sincerely regret thu ill
ties of 8enalr Lowry, but shall rejoice in
the du'eat nl the new county hill.
V,'k are requested to state that it Literary
Society lias been organized on tho Eclectic
tract The first mvetiag was held lust Sat
urday, at which officer were nlncted. The
next meeting will be held at the school
bouse, on the farm, next Friday evening.
Tun Tilim'illo Herald eUiui that Enter
prise is to be the scene of a great oil excite-
ir.enl during me present ason. it is our
opiuion Unit the excitement will bo general
throughout the oil regiuu.
, This New V.ak Humid tivn tbe millonl
nm is close at baud. We don't repaid the
Herald ns very good authority upou fiich
hi. i UeiS.
Thi friend ol U' - C. il. Ilea.nl slvnld
rein-m'er the Donmion I any uj lie hi hi at
ilinC, a ml II mum, lo morrow evening.
Colonel Albigcnce Waldo Fulmar) died t
Nssuvillo last week. Tbe Republican I5an
ner says that Pntmnn was born at Marietta,
Ohio, on the lllh of March, 1790, snd was
therefore within t few weeks of beinjr seven
ty years of sge at tba time ol Ilia decease.
lie waft a great grandson of General Israel
Putraan, of revolutionary memory. Much
of his life, which waa aa eventful one, was
spent in Mississippi, principally at Port
Gibson, in tba prnetice ol law. About 1S26
he settled in Nuahville, where be has boon
a leading citizen, nil literary labors are
identified with the history of middle Ten.
oesseo. During the past three or feur years
be was connected with tba United States
Internal revcnue,'collector's office in Nashville.
The bark Cftiet.loaded with earthenware,
consigned to Wright & Co., of Philadelphia
arrived in port on Saturday, after a voyage
of three months and eleven days from Liv
erpool. Sbo encountered a succession of
terrific galrs, which drove her to sea five
times. Twice she was driven off Uatteras,
and twice blown far to sea niter having
reached the mouth el' tbo Cheaspcake. The
crew fourteen in number, -were lor cays
without provisions, and for weeks half naked
and up to their waista to water. They
worked the pumps sight and day to keep
the bark afloat, and but for the assistance
of nassins ress-'ls, on three occasions, all
would have starved to dealh. She arrived
without tho loss of a man, spar or rope.
A letter from Java contains tho following
intelligence: A dispatch received from Con
stantinopie announces that tbo Turkish em
pire is menaced by one of the most danger
ous revolutions that hare recurred in that
country since the eensplrscy of tbo Janis
saries. The whole Mohammedan clergy
have rlson is a holy crusade against the
Christians, and have unfortunately carried
the population with them. At Standout
one of the most populur men Sariyerly Ef-
fendi, is preaching a war against Greece.
and what is worse, against the Sultan him
self. He has made an appeal to the people
from bis pulpit and argod them to upset the
present government,' to unfurl the Moham
medan standard and to suve the Koran
from the ambushes of its enemios.
An-ingenious apparatus for giving an
alarm in case ef the presenoe of carbonic
oiiileorcoal gas In a room has recently
been invented by a mechanic residing in
Berlin, Prussia. It consists of a galvanic
battery with a hell, and a glass tube tilled
with liquid chloride of palladium. This me
tallic salt is extremely sensitive to the pres
sure of carbonic oxide gas. A small
quantity of the gas will at once throw down
some ol tho metal from the solution, nnd
this precipitate collecting at the bottom of
the tube at once establishes a connection in
tbo current of olectrioi ty, and the violent
ringing of a bell will warn the slecpor ol his
Tub shrill whistle uf the railway engine
is soon to li" heard in lYrsin. Tbo Shah
bus granted to a company of English capi
talists tbel etolusive right to construct rail-
Wfiva In thf. nitntrtr fnr ttvnntff vain 1
These capitalists begin operations wilh a
abort road extending from the capital te the
suburban Tillage of Roy, a famous weekly
resort for pious Teheranees. Ground has
been broken, and the engineer employed
estimates that thu line can be constructed
and stocked for less than $500,000, on
which the passenger traffic of some forty
thousand devotees a week will, ha reckons,
yield a very remunerative dividend, ex
clusive of an eight per enntum gnaranteo.
A French lady, Mile, ilario de Gvntelles.
having recently pulilUhrd a book censuring
1 the luxury of women and the extravagance
of their dress, hns bono rewarded by a letter
from tho Pope highly approving ef tbe work.
In his lulter, Pius IX, recalls tbe fact that
in October last he full oo in polled to say
a fow words on the same subject to the peo
ple of Rome. The substance of his present
remarks is, that women who spend too much
thought on dress bare none left for religion
or family duties. In conclusion he says
that If wivos wish to gain the esteem and
affection of thoir husbands, they do not
need costly und splendid, toilets, tut have
only to cultivate thoir hearts and minds.
Dakota hns gone back on the women.
The Woman Suffrage bill pused tbo House
nnd whs approved by tho Council will) an
amendment snbmitting the question to the
people. Tho House refi.ied to accept Ibis
condition and thu Council was determined
that the husbands and fathers, likewise the
old bachelors, should first have their sny on
the question, so between the two stools the
whole matter fell to tho ground unit the wo
men llirt their petticoats ludignautty as
they pass tho Dakota legislators on the
The paihutlu and dramatic story about
Misa Reno's nalb of vengeance anainst the
Seymour Regulators, aaid to be the in
veuiiott o: a highly jut aginative reporter.
; ' THE REWS. ' J
The Chicago aldermen have passed A res
olution accepting a salary for thei: office
The brie Caroline E. Kelley, irora aisi
anzas, November 20, is reported missing.
General Sherman has been seriously ill
with the erysipelas, but is said te be recev
ering. II was the Bank ol New Windsor, Carrol
county, Md., wliisa was robbed last Friday
i The bark Cadette, Captain Christian.fram
Liverpool, nut one hundred anil six aays,
arrived at Philadelphia on Saturday.
The English gunboat Gnat was wrecked
November 15th. during a severe storm, on
the island of Kelabaco, one or the Phllli
piiics. No particulars are given.
On the 22d Inst., $7,200 were taken from
the residence of Mr. King, a cuttle dealer
In Dano eighteen miles from Chicago. A re.
ward of two thousand dollurs is offered for
the capture of the thief and the recovery of
A bill was introduced in Hie Montana
Legislature on the sixth instant to locale
the territorial capital at Gallatin City. It
is. likely to pass.
The Central Pacific Railroad hns been
completed five hundred miles east of Sacra
mento nnd witbin twenty-six miles of Hum
boldt Wells. The road will probably be fin
ished before the fifteenth day of April.
Allied C. Bcrnondy has been selected te
represent the St. Louis Merchants Protection
Freight Union in New York. Some thioe
hundred merchants hare joined the union,
ami their number is Increasing daily.
Fitr.herbert, who jumped through a second
story window in Chicago, Monday afternoon
to escape imprisonment, died on Monday
evening of his injuries. He had arranged
to Mope with a mnrried woman in the eve
TnE St. Lou's Municipal Reform Aasorin
tion held n meeting Mundvy night at which
llio report or a totnuiitli-e previously ap-
pointed was adopted, setting forth curtain
amendment to the city charter, which in
their judgment ore iiec.ssary lor the proper
administration of city affairs.
Saveral Indian chiefs, representing
Ktowas and Sac sod Fox tribes, nrrlvel in
St. Louis, Monday, en route to Washington.
They claim to bo authorized to soek trent i a
of peace on bohulf of the Kiowa, Com-anr-bes,
and other liibes. and say that if
th plan set forth by General narney, of
withdrawing the United Slates troops from
their hostile altitude, Is aJopted,the Indians
will return to peaceful pursuits and accept
such terms as the government may deter
mine upon. They complain bitterly of the
manner in which tbey have been treated by
the Indian agents in the distribution ef an
nuities, nnd desire' that they shall all be
Tho New York Ileruld closes nn editorial
on Mexican affairs by saying it anticipates,
in some practical shape, tho revival under
President Grant nf the grand Idea Involved
in the odVr to General feolt. by the Mexi
cans, to aecept the government of that
Republic In the namo of the United-
States, and within the next four year, in
all probability, as a territorial delegnto
to begin with, we shall havo a man in Con
gress from each of the Mexican States.
Sooner or later, this substantially w ill be
tho solution of the SJcxicau question, and
General Grant is the proper man to settle
Tn it job printers of New York struck on
Monday. Their demand is fur an alvance
from fifty to fifty-four centa per thousand.
A m.iss meeting was held in the afternenn,
at which it was reported all of the principal
ollices excapt the New York Printing
Company had assented to tbo arrangement
The printers rRard the success of the strike
as all but sertain.
A Philadelphia surgeon, who was on his
way to perform an operation, on a psttient,
had his carriage robbed and lost his surgical
instruments while making a temporary stop,
"whereby," adds tbe'reporter, Hbo opera
tion was promoted, and the patient's life
A cranberry patch, in Centre Urnok, Ct.,
produced last season, by actual measure
ment, ene hundred and s'xty barrels of fruit
on an acre, or one barrel to each square rod
beanies n larje quantity wis ch was not
gaiueren ami may bu seen miller the I e
The rental of Ibis land is less than 32 per
A letter hearing the following superscript
ion was lvcelvsd at the Silver City l'rsl Of
fice from Iowa:
"Augustus Jones, a web-foot srub
To whom this watitH to go,
Is slioppiiu cord wood for his grub
In feilver City. Idaho."
Oil, dealcis are discussing tbe propriety
ol establishing a IVtreiainu Exchange in
Lor nl XoticcM.
GREAT BARGAINS 1
' UFJTEKKD TO TflK
Citizen's of Petroleum Centre I
Id th wny or
llird Cngoi, . .
'. ' ' School Booki,
Ac Ac, at
ESLEirS VARIETY Store,
35 SPRING STREET,
Cfocke. A ftpleniliil a-ort!iiont at Wham's.
Hale, Cap. B100W mtl Me. A kirgs
awonmeiHat ItHYNCl PS, nilUDilKAU ft '0'8,
Nn. IT Centre Siroet, opposite Uoj. l'ott Office, Oil
City, Pa. '.. ;
; ill tar Siring. .Y ir'aa
rtuitar Htriiui iha i:;ikui aSonis,
lot of the bet
jtit . received at
Hardware A Inrpre am..r:mi'ut .f which Is
l-eing cl"-e( u.ii ut rf? :i; -cl rii.s at KIiY iLP!?,
ltlt'iDttliAK ii C- -,"' U Ci.i:e eppuslte
Hi Po-itomre itf IV
At.iiMA. Tills is a hewlv diieoven d article .to be
used for h hair drcHmn'4, nliich is snM to Ih imparl
or to aiivihine: nf th lilni' yot place' orf.ro rhepuh.
l!c. ft rt n'lprs tie hilr rrr nr. Ho-v. Mil, it
i-i Blid, ciii t!.-.'. lialr rrni on yc il' liih h ;v
t'vx !:,i-!.i''.l "iic r.-'.-' i'tnu It :, i,.,t oionrlv a
h:l 1 .I.e. iml i it ivl! 4o , ' iiirr'U' o,i IhotiHil nf
t':c ! i.- .i lo-l' i., j-'i. (t
.1! cj.ior.Mul i'ixi:;.:i.i!
t T It is l.-ror. J ij'liw
find iil movu ihnii in! t
, i 4, ,rr:T l- II l i.nsu I -
u I 1 orl
in r. hii l.rit p: of
on. .1 v.'i'T Mj.cr.'ii til B
V i :(;, U.i i f ijf ll'.J 01 v
VV:.' '.l-l: l-:iL.-'. T. v Sew.
rlrtVp C. i;vll il e ll ii Ii..' l'.:-t. V ll.
-o.. Wind bi.1'- av:.i l'.e-..i:V lrnls'
I'tl.u'e-.Tii 1 n,. P.. . f . ,
, A;' .r fur
vo'. IS lm
IV-an'fit S'l.r I'ailuiaiiit A.
A Huoc Siorrt.
. Smith's Bout
decIS t'. '
ltr FANCY HOODS, alt ascription, 'whole
aluaivl retuil, for HalitUv t'rowent, at
A. I. VILt.Eit & QO.'S. .
:rookery .r all Utnd eii'Iii KETSOLDS,
rtlt'inilK YD A Or, So. ll Cntro vtrl, op
lic (he PimI omct. Oil City. r.
Dry,C(liil, a lnro stie't at RiTSOMIS,
BKonilKAD ft CO'S, 11 t'eutre St, o?po!iu
tim Toft nmco, oil Cllv. I'.i .
f LaDIKS nl.hlns; to wiafc1 an 'appropriate
p went, will find heatitifnl RLIIM'BH, PA TTEltNS
at A. 8. SMITH'-t Bo it ft Shoe Stnrj" ilncIStf.
rit! CW.H, wh'ileiile an! retail.
fouriliffarsr.t stjlw to arrive thi wesk, at
A. I). MILLEU d: C0.-9
1,500 roll W A LL PAPBK rtcdved tlila day at
A. D. JHlLLRK ft CO'S.
Sew Flour, Feed and Grocery
J. S. PKA.TIIRR,
At th OLD BANK BCiLflSO, ON MAtV-RT,
eppiiito tbo JrfcClintock lloniie, has on hand a
Urge and Arrt'clas stock of lour, feed and
Uroeerlo which b Is salllnc at a low figure,
tra. Don't foriiet the plasa where A, D. Cotton
Company broke up. JnaJ-tf.
tMCaM atii examine lh floe asairtmant of
SUi'fliU TAlTEUXSat A. 8. Bmltli's Bmt
S.'ioi Slot. dclt tf.
CANARY EIRDS, hotit German impo1J,wie
n'.oan.l roull, at A. D. Itirj.Kll & CO 'S.
A Inrge asanrtmont of KIH S. SISW BJJ EDITS at
A S. Smllh'jBoot&HhooS'oro. dscl6 t.
DtAUIESror iBCDat V D. MtU.ftn A CO'S. ''
i . i . I
('arpot, of eTery qna'ity and do:rlptlon, at
ItUV.NOI.l)-., Ii:tDI)iIBD CO'S, Nj.AI Cuutr
Stroit, uppoitii Iho I' . O., Oil City, I'l.
CxcelNior Jtilliard Parlors.
To enjov a di-thrhtftil and miiel pam ol nillluid,
potx A i). Knrnham'a I'luiiiuimi.i liillia-d Hr
lorrt, on Washington Strn't, noxt rtooi- to the. Koch
eatnr Hon!,. Tho-e I'artor. arc within n .lioit dis
tance of mo.-t of the principal lioiela in IVtrolpiira
l.utra. maj 9 tf.
I'ArKK AND KNVlXOPKSat A. I). III.L8R
a CO 'S.
TIIF bent plm e is town to gi t a p-ilr of Boot
ramie of tho best Stock, th-it will woar wall, and
triu-rnntcd to fit. ia at J. A. Plnntc' Kub
I n iblo Root Kbop, Wanii'iigtim Slriait, Vetrnlema
iVntre. Pa. tii-n a trial. .nplU-tf.
C Vl.IIMHi.M.V. ,
WHEAT Kll-. LOS AKI STOCK IIAN-
CllrH ! I nyo l! .n.lio. ur Farm fui n .1c, thioii-jh
lit CAUKtiHM, in tracts of One Hundred
Ac uj, i.i Tw.mtj Thi'nrd. MVrn to suit pur
chasers. T:n;i land.) will grow Tiiict-llve to Fifty
Btisli.li of 'nat te tb Aero, w tb ordinarj fana
ir g, r.nd a Volunteer Crop of Tweiity-Ki? bushel
3"0o'.-repord.tnso Solicited. AdJrnt HENRY
Mi. K K.ST V, Dealer in Real IVii.Ho, CliUcii 301
Mnntaom, ry Street, f.tn Frjiut!o, lal. JanM,
OPERA HOUSE I
PETROLEUM CLNTKE. PA.,
For, One Night Only!
Wednesday Eve., .Ian. 27th,
FROM ARLINGTON IIALL, CI1ICAGO,
t'tiik'r the immediate direction of
The Western Comet !
3D. X,. IvdCOHlfllS,
Tho Great Dutch Comedian,
D. W. COLLINS,
The Original Ilnppr Old
The ( hn rilling Prima Donna
tiik NALKDiA) num..
The Talented English Musicians,
L'E ST RANGE !
The (Jreat Tenor,
The Pleasing Vocalist,
:lrnUTED BY FIFTEEN OF THE
MOST TALENTED PEliFOhUHUd
IN THE PUOFESalON.
ty A linli.ioa 5J coi'j
t'is0oom o'ti at 7 u'
uc at S u'cVk'Ic
Itetenad Slt, 75 cti.
:luk. rrfarminc osi.
JH II. WAT.
S. S. Griswolcl,
. w. - . .
VST Orders ty Hie Car or Ton promptly
Alao, Agrat fnr tbe c.l.nrated
OmC!: Feccsd Street, ar E. H. Track,
FETUOLICCM CENTRE, TA.
A. T. LEGGEIT,
Mann'acttirar and Dwiler In
"Valve Cupss, &c.
ExpT'r.el wnrkmsa sra emplnrail. and W.r-
rail kind. kpt conatautlj on baud ai.d u
to order. ... .
P. C. Ilcinx's Pat. Iteed-B'
Repairing Done at all Times !
' Call and .limine ear stock and prices,
S!nin-Sf., below ihe McCIln
; i v lock IIone.
Petrol.vm Centre, I"a Jan. tth, 18t tf.
rHH co prtnrhlt heietorora exlstisr fcstwes
1 W K Klinxli.siniih. II Kliatin.tiilth ml
N B Holforil, U tlu day dUwlT.d b mumal gob
,iH N It HnSiird rettrt Imm th Srm and W TtKI'uK
Inmnith Anil 11 Konirin.mith conrintl in tb Hiw
n., and uatKiruo all bill, -or or atriinet the t.'S
drill. ..i . WKIEMNtilNSMll'U,
' TetrolAnm Centre, Jan. li, ibftD.- Sw
tare mmm i
PaFTrKS dd'trtne lo pnrcba 'Ensrine.
Toole. 'IiiUIbk, Cautins, Itucfcer
KodH, Hupoe, ..
.!""' RIGS, TANK3 AND SHEDS,
nd atl araiaratn. nralnln to wlla, can do e ''T
callineon Ii .0. HAHt'OCK or F. Jt IIAMMOM"
Atkln.nn Farm Officii, Upper Cherry Bnn. .
BCV the E. t?owrd Amwtran Watok, h bet
mule, of WHAM I'O.
SOI.III Hold JmelrT, Udl (. Er rltiia,
. Hint. Uiiuon. t . at IllAt "
at XSHAM CO.