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Petroleum Centre Daily Record.
!(. Venire, Friday, Auk 13.
Ji'. IA I, JMitor.
''line of f'lonlim mat In
P. O., PETROLRm crania. Va.,
JUI.T WsT, lit i
Until further notice tho mails will arrive at and
depart from this ofllec an follows :
tlonth mid Kiwt, via. Irvtneton, 10. W A. M.
Kooth anil Wost, " Meadville, 5.1N 1". M.
North and East, " Corry, M "
South and Wert, M6 A. 1M.
Sontl Enst and WcH, S CO 1". M.
North, Kant and Wed, 10.0) A. M.
rreachinsr. At 11 o'clock A. Mj, anil 7J
o'clock r. M.
Kbv. J. T. OxTonv, Pnstor.
jUETHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Services every Subbnth at 11 A. M. nnd
"7$ P. M. Sabbath School at 9' A. M.
Scats free. A cordial invitation extend
ed to all.
Ret. C. M. IIbako, Pastor.
-STS. PETER ANI) PAUL'S (Catbolt)
Man at 10V a. ra.
Vesper and Benodic'llon of tbo BlcsMd
Sacrament at 4 p. m.
Catechism at 2'p. m.
JAMES DUNN. Tastor.
Bufl'iilo claims 150,000 population.
Ono hotel at Saratoga holds twenty. three
The journals of tbo day contain gloomy
accounts of the Increase of crime.
Tho opening of the Pucillc Railroad saves
$500,000 on post-offico contracts.
The latest dispatch states Vie New York
Cent t til express robbers obtained $140,000.
The marriage of the daughter of Prof.
Ileatt, of Harvard University, to a son of
Fred. Douglass, Is announced; and if Miss
II. is satisfied, wo don't see why evorybody
else should get In a beat about it.
Brigbuin Young's lust proposition Is a
legislative "stunner." Ho proposes to con
fine himself to ono woman If every member
of Congiess will do the same.
A disunion from Buffalo last evening in
forms us that tho ten thousand dollar race
yesterday was won by Goldsmith in three
straight heats. Time 2:19 2:1
2:10. Amerioan Girl 2nd, Palmer 3d.
Hon. Hoscoe Cunkllng has beon Invited
to delivor the opening address at the BuflUlo
international fulr, and will probably accept.
The Oil City Park Association holds its
fall meeting oh August l"lh, and I8th.
Large premiums are offered, and many
fast horses aro expected. 4
Tom Sayors, eon of the pugilist, bas come
out as a eotuio singer in London and sports
bis father's fighting costume in Ibo music
Nbw Stiiikb at Pakkeu's Lanuino.
A now woll at Parker's Landing commenc
d pumping on Saturday last, ilurting off
at tbo rata, of twenty-flvo barrels. It is
thought by experts to bo a pormanont well
at the rale mentioned. The owners are
Tbipp8 & Clawson, formerly of Franklin.
The new ono dollar greenbacks which will
lio out tbo 1st of September, will have a
vig-ieltoof Washington and a representation
of the discovery of America by Columbus
on the face, instead of tho vignelto of Chief
Justice Chase, as on tboso now in use.' Tho
new two dollar notes will have a vignette
of Jefferson and a view of tbo Capitol, in
stead of tbo vignette of Franklin on tbo
TitAi.Ns Runninu Again on tub Oil Citv
anu Pitiiolb Branch Railkoab. -The
.road mining from Pitholo to Oloopolis,
which was nearly obliterated by tbo recent
llood, in uow in running order, and trains
ro again running regularly. George V.
Foreman, ot Oil City, is the Superintendent
cf tbo work, aod for bis untiring energy in
expediting tbo work, receives tbo thanks of
the people. The repairs cost upward of
Returvkd Our townsman, J. C. Bump,
after a sojourn of a few weeks at Bingham
ton, N. Y., his home, returned lat evening.
He was in tho midst of tho Albany uud Sus
quehanna Railroad War, but owing to "cou
toientious scruples" which enables him al
ways to escapo duugor, rollieg from the
itrif'u withouthout a scar (!) with tbo con
sent of tho commanding oflioer, Fisk, Jr.
tie reports tbo excitement at Binghamton,
oad all along tbo Kile road, as intenso.
The Ciuwford Journal has expei ieneed a
rew c!,an of administration, Messis Ho',
lister & Moteair giving pltico to C. V. Tyler
Bud W. F. Challuut, as editors ami puMM
Bbnetit to BrcKi.nr and riiti.i.ira Im
mense Bll.T, To-MWIT 18 .VOM NTEKRS.
Tho very boat bill of the season will be pre.
sented this evening, at the Variety Theatre.
Tho occasion is a benefit to our townsmen,
Mike Buckley nnd Geo. D. Phillips. Sov
eral residents of Petroleum Centre will up"
pear upon tho stage In different characters,
among whera aro Tom Snowdcn, Charley
liannan, Geo. Phillips and srvcral others.
The grand trial clog danro for a prize of a
pair of Golden Leather Clogs, will bo par
ticipated in by 18 clog dancers, the trial be
ing open to tho field. The two old sports,
Howard & Cooban, will also appear, to
gether with the entire Varioty Troupe. To
night Is the time to visit the Variety Thea
tre, to witness the sport. Buckley and
Phillips will ho on hand, and all who desiro
to see the fun will go early. Give the boys
a rousing benefit to-night.
Put. Centiik, Aug. 12, '00.
Mr. Entron: Having noticed an article
in your paper of yesterday, concerning the
complimentary benefit of Howard it Cooban,
at tbo Variety Theatre, wo tbo undersigned
return our siucero thanks to you, Mr. Editou
and tho citizens of Petroleum Centro. Wo
appear again on Friday evening, August 13,
by request, togother with the full company,
when we will be happy to sue all.
The following ollicors have recently been
Installed in tho I. O. of G. T. of this place;
W. C. T., Geo. P. France; W. V. T.,
Miss Northrup; W. S., Mrs. A. V. Ledgard;
W. F. S., B. H. Northrup;. W. T., Miss
Jennie Mupos; W. C, Rev. C. M. Hoard;
W. M., S. M. Ross; W. I. G., Mian Jennie
Braddock; W. O. G., Wm. Connors; W. A.
S E. W. Codington; W. D. !., Miss Lib-
bie Sage; AY. R. S., Miffl S. Peckttr; AV. L.
S., Miss Flora Phillips.
CoNROI.IO.vTto.N OF TI1K UlTKALO AND
Erik, with the Michigan Suitiikkn and
Lake Fiioiih Railroad. Tbo consolida
tion of tho Buffalo and Krie Railroad Com
pany with the already consolidated Lake
Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad
was cousumated by a vote of tbo stock
holders on Tuesday 43,339 shares against
81 in opposition. Buf. Express
Pass Dim around. Tut) lirujkv.lle
Republican says that a person named J. W.
Stevens, hailing from Pittsburgh, has been
playing Doctor In that place, and warns all
persons against him y a consumate cheat,
humliig and drunken traveling swindler.
Ho is of low stature, dark complexion, and
ill-favored. Ho don't pay the printer. bis
bills. I itnl him on.
Lust week a now well was tliuck on Hie
Black farm, Big Bear creek, Butler county,
two aud onu-half miles fiotn Parker's Land
ing on the Allegheny river. It is proiluc
Ing twenty-livo bairela a day.
Extension of thk Jamkstown and
F'ianki.in It. R Tbo work on the lino o'
the extension of this road is going vigorous,
ly forward. Workmen are now busy get
ting out nt,ona for tho bridgo at tbo mouth
of French creek, which will bo a lino and
substantial structure. It is intcudej to
have tho extension in working order this
year, and tho present vigorous efforts in
dicato that it will bo dono. Venango Spec
tator. .The Atlantics, of Brooklyn, boat tbo II iv.
manors, of liansingburg, at" base ball at
Saratoga on Monday by a scoro of 23 to 11.
Gi:h club having now won a match, tbo
rubber will be played soon.
A very cool person was that English nob,
who, in a ftighllul railway accident, missed
his valet. One of the guards camn up and
said : "My lord, we bavo found your ser
vant, but ho Is cut in two." "Ah, is he?"
said tho young man, wilh a Dundreary
drawl, but with omo anxiety depicted on
bicountenanco, "Will yon be to good as
to epo in which halt he has tho key of my
Particulars of thu Now York Central ex.
pros lo'diory show that tbo robbers entored
tho train at Fouda', and left it nt Bomo point
unknown. Tho baggage man and messen
gers were badly cut in tbo conflict, and
cayenne pepper and chlorof'oim were thrown
In their faces. The bnggago at Scbonecta-
dy wad iiu.loubleilly delivered from tbo cats
by the robbers. Tbo express safe was open
eu, anu its contents tuken. Tho amount
of tho loss in as yet unknown, though it is
said to bo very heavy.
Ladles: It is useless to roast yourselves
over a bot Gro when all kinds of baking
can be bought so cheap at A. M. SbnltB
Variety Bakery. aupfldlw.
A widow publiuistress was superseded l y
u wounded soldier in thu village ot Sherman
a short time sioco. when tbo Susan 1!.
Anthony's of that plate un.ua in mighty
iinliiiiiaiion, and denounced Congressman
Sbuldou iu voiHiucul teiuis.
KK1DHTBD FOlt THE DAILY ItECOUD,
A Item mm l.$i.itclics
Buffalo. N. Y.. Aug.
Miko McCoole, the noted pugilist, was
attacked while unarmed yesterday, by Ed.
Burns, a Chicago rough, and badly cut and
beaten with brass knuckles. There Is great
excitement among the sporting men In con
sequence. McCoole has the sympathies of
Biogbamjton, Aug' 13.
General McQuade. Governor Hoffman'
Superintendent of tho Albany & Susquehan
na Railroad, arrived this morning from
Albany, and took possession of the rond.
On his way from llarnorevillc to the tunnel,
77 miles. General McQuado found it neces
s:irv to travel in a cartiaeo, the rails hav
ing been taken and their position altered
during the recent controversy. The milita
ry have been withdrawn and are now bore.
Tho war is quite ended, but It is impossi
ble to opon tbo road for travel tinder two
or three days
(ood Templar's Convention.
At a meeting of Dolegates from tho Wa
tcrford Union, Edinboro, Venango, Craw
ford Crambridgo, Corry, and Mill Village
on Thursday the 10th of tbis month, Dr.
James F. Reed was cboson chairman aod
W. E7. Rice, Secretaty.
On motion, and after due deliberation, it
was unanimously resolved to bold a Mass
Convention of the order at Corry, on Sept.
10th, to begin at 10 o'clock a. m. of that
On motion, a cordial and urgent invita
tion was extended to all the lodges in Erie,
Crawford, Vanango and Warren counties
of Pa., and of Chautauqua Co., N. Y., to
nutet at tbo coining convention in the great
est strength possible.
On motion it was carried that tho vari
ous Lodges Bhould appear in the usua
Necessary committets were selected to
push tMs movement forward and it is con
fidently expected that the most favorable
terms of conveyance will be kindly granted
by the proper authorities of the railroad
Good Templars' let us mako the coming
Convention, a bright mark of honor In our
favor, wo can if we will.
By order f Com.
The town of Lynchburg, Va. , was estab
lished in 1T85 by an Irish emigrant of the
namo ol Lynch. Tbo term "Lynch low"
was derived from bis brother, a hot-tempered
Irishman, who was a colonel in tho rev
olutionary war, and who was In tho habit
of dealing summarily with tho tories and
desperadoes who infestod tbis part of the
country. Mr. Wirt, in his ' Life of Ilenry,"
says: -In 1793, there wore many suits on
the south side ot Jamoj river, for iollicittig
A gentleman who has tried il, and is wil
ling to swear that it is just us ho suys, in
forms us that tho best Uy killer in the world
is a tumbler of whhky, sugar and water.
They will gather about it in swarxs, drink
it very greo.lily, get drunk instantly, tum
ble in hoad over heels immediately, and die
in a jiffy. Our informant states that this
will kill tho pests ten limes quicker than
the lightning Hy-U tik-r, and ten times more
of them than tbo old fashioned leap of mo
lasses and water. It won't cost much to
try it, and there's lots of flies to experiment
The Great Wiiiskt Fikb in Puiladcl-1-iilA.
The Philadelphia Bulletin has a
theory as to tho cause of this sad catastro
phe, involving the loss cf millions of dollars
which ' thus set fortb :
Section II. of the block was filled with
whisky. By tho application of a uniform
heat, supplied by a boiler In tho cellar, the
quality of tho liquor is Improved; Ihe bar
rels have their bungs removed to facilitate
tho process, and. tho exhalations from tbo
open barrels fill the air with an inflamma
ble compound. Then thn floors appear to
bo overloaded, and finally to have given
way under the excessive pressure precipi
tating the open whisky barrels to Ifo lower
floors and basement, and bringing tbo cam
bustiblo liquid Into contact with tbo boiler
fire. A fearful explosion was thn immcdi.
sto result, and tho shattered building and
its contouta woru at onco involved in a con
flagration. Tile UufTa'o Commercial says : "The pen.
plo of Uochoster don't do tench of anything
now but wait fur tho blooming of tho 'con.
tury plant,' which it is confidently expect
ed, will tuko placo soma tlmo boforolSG!),
Meantime, they keep paying their money
aud going in to sou tbo wonderful 'yarb."
A sharp newsboy ot Columbus arranged
some scraps of tin, uicoly blacked, on Sat
unluy, und gulled a f couple f sirungers by
getting five cents a piece for them, i'iiey
icl and tUl tl:i cl'i be was ttlul.
CANDIDACY ANNO! 'KCEJIEST.
' n FriTor rirnse nnnenrrellic nnmeof Tuost
as Hi sAi-.iiY. of re1inloiimCentrc.au a oiiidx'-'i;
Tor lTiitlinnalK'-v of Venanan Comity, subject to the
unicih of lli Democratic party.
Mn FniToS! I'lnnse announce the name of A. .1.
Keeiian as a candidate fur County Tri-nsurcr, .ab
ject to the usaaw of ,hcI,',mo,Af "JIZKNS.
A fresh mpply. Jut received at K. K. Pislicrs Ding
CmvKasiTt ov Miouioa. 1
Ann Arbor, Sept. 18, 186.1.
1 Uava examined the Universal Bath, so called,
patented by Mr. K. J Knowllon, of Ami Arbor.
Mich. It Is both slmplo nml Ingenious, and etcecd
Inply eanvenient With almost no trouble, a pornon
with one of them can enjoy all the benefit i ana lux
nry ot a bath-not. confined to a Imth room hut
wherever a nrson wIshtKi to me It. But litt le water
reonircd anil It is easily emptied, ana wuen nm
In iwc, It may be bang against the wall, occupying
but little space, with this ingenious arrangement,
I do not see why every family may not practice
cleanliness, which la next to (codllncts, una enjoy
the InTigorotlon and pleasure of a daily bath. .
E. O. HAVEN,
President of Michigan Cnlverslty.
Aniiiuwa, 3. M. JOHNSON,
P. O, Box Ml,
niigikllw. Tlnnvllle, Pa.
KEEP COO I,
By purchasing one of thoso UKFltlGEKATORS at
the Furniture Store.
I so IIorrlon' Genuine Pino Tar
und Persian Hoallnpt Soaps.
Theso soaps are impregnated with exotica of tho
mildest and most Balsamic natnre, and nro warrant
ed tiorfecllv lnnoient and free from mil cral and oth
or pornicions admixtures, and ar selected by tho
ladies and tho public in general in preiiret ce to all
other loans, as the great prodneers and preserve or
a lualtliy.purity of complexion, and a conservator
of femafe beauty. F. the softness and delicacy
whieh they induco to the hands and face, their cipa
hlU'.y of soothing Irritation and r-morlng unslithlly
eruptions, rendar Ihcm Inillspenslblc to every toil
et. We kindly ask the public to try the virtues of
these smna. 3- I II. Al-o., Proprieters.
A. D. Miller ft Co , General Aitcnts. jnl22 3in.
Hardware A iarso assortment of which is
lining closed out nt rodnced rates at liEYNOLB
BKODMEAD CIVS, No. 11 Centre 81-, opposite
the Post Office, f H City, Pa.
.cv Flour, Feed and Grocery
.T. S. PIC at lint,
At the OLD BASK BUILDING, ON M.UV-ST.
opposite the McCilntock Ilonse, has on band n
lurgo ami n:?t class stork of Flour, feed and
Croeerlos, whleli he Is selling at a low figure.
Hunt forgot the placo wl ere A. T. Cotton
Company broke up. Janl-tf.
All Pnillcs, Wicklies at d Magazines at llULMl'.S
FA.KNS WORTH'S News lioom.
For STATION KKY, In, call at II OlMKrt A
FAHNSWOHTU'S News ltoom.
All n. . limits rot settled Immediately, will be left
with an olrlccr for collection.
Apr H (f . REYNOLDS A CO.
W. UK? OF WISDOM for young men, on the
Fn'.!'!?: I' -inn in Youth and Ear'y Manno.!, with
StLF 1IKLP forth cWn said unfortunate, gen
In sealtd lettor enolo;H. free of chance. Ad.lrosa,
UOWAKD ASSOCIATION B .x P, PutLADElfAiA
Va. May 34, 3ni
Craclfi'v-For all lilnlsuo to ItRYM ILDS
BUOD1IK.VV) CO'S, No. 11 CentM :llreot, oppo
tlte tha Po.'t ()., Oil City, Pa.
Tvy our'Xavy Tobacco. We know it la the host
in the marlu t. W. II. NICHOLSON & Co.
i'ttrpeti, u wty quality and description, at
REYNOLD!:, IIHOIMK D A (JO'S, No. 11 Contte.
etroct. nfi polte tho P . O., Oil Wty, Pa.
A new lut of the celeb atod
received at the
I. X. L. Knives Jnst
B1HDS JAVA. SIM KHOWS, CANWUV, GElt
MAN, at A. O. MILLS I & CO.
The vi-ry basl pi'-Uo'.;Cittlery Rafirs anl Sol,
sois all warranted at W. II. NICHOLSON'S.
luzed Oil Cloth CrtnUiat
Just received a lnrite stook of Sprinij patterns, a
n. C. JAKYIS FUKNITURB STOIIrt. ,n?.k
A. D. MILLER Jt CO., have tho ajrencn of Ihe
American Whip Co., and Western Whip Co.' Ci
irs, at vliolesala pricee.
he KKClllill OVVU:
;ot tip in STYLE at
The En -st P!
. U. NICHOLSON ft CO 'S.
BAUK II.ML BATS
W. II. Nluiolsou ft '
nd COUB BOOKS, at
7iC 11 BALE !
'Ihe Hock of hiiildinji formerly owned by Goodman,
No. 23 and 21 Washington street, la ottiired for sale.
sini'ly or t,iL-tt!ier.
Inquire of O- F. tocUonblem;
I. uoinre, Ally
l.i, tti. tr.
Vnr:u, on i tiijed ly, Angli c 4tli, n rt'd cw with
white h)ut on IViriliPad, with one nr i-iit, ha; four
fvei will rnurn unit! row, or uive inlurmntion
where eLe u-.ty tVund, will bo Hlirratiy rtwnrUetl.
1 IIAHLK8 IHJltN, -
lurr ruu i. w., or
.mvc tu-.o:'Tv.H::fii -u iht. Record t'ilne, au(,'13Kt
nTK.tVDD Oil STOI-bJi
r7m Ilio ("tevenwn Farm Oman Oil Company's
eihblo. on Hiimlay nfm won, Sill Inst., ono imm
! iv Ho ", blind In one eye ; one Dark Hay Marc,
irir on nil hip rawed by a kick, while spot "J
he , a Id l.o'l. of l'.em heavy drntnrht '.. y
erw.a reliirnlni's-ild heros, fir uivlnn Inlonnatiii i
Ke they may no lound, wlH.hj
ftnit. Stuviinsoii Farm.
Universal Bath !
OE RUBBER BATHING TUB.
X amo or parlies "o nave pun.-nam.-u .. luiuv
1 sal Bath. .
ETUOt.MTM CKNTKB: W II lnpveii, iiaviu
iinev. It II NarL-nt. 1. 1' Walk!,', llbero"";. Ja.
BMcCVay, Wm J NcCray, It iv H ..r... e..ry
Lelire, O N llane. .T Wanihaiiirh- T,K FAUM .
J P Barcron. A C '! TAliK FAUM : .! Beers,
EW HaVker T W Donbleday. A B Brown. T 4 N.j -Imrliam.
HKtiS FAUM: M t lies.-
Alwut loi.y mtterem pariies. , V, ,
C. bVLi,.' t w H..n,lerson. Chi les Gardner, Col
j S Warner, and a uiimber of other parties to nil
niereus to mention.
Til E Universal Bflfi is convertible into six nit
fe,ent tv'.s. vlr : A fli" lenelh tioiiy oatn, a cnua
bath, ml'aiifs bath. Unit batb, flat ootiom tut lor
sponge or towel hath.
1 ...... ... . i . i. . . .
Any partv des rind tnc i uiti-t ..h, .... ..u
tnlti ene during Hi" next two weeks, by limMiia; an
ornoT with Mr. .lolm W. Spencer, nt J. M. Mam
hangh's ofllec, or by nddrcs.iiUK mo nt Tilusville.
P. O. Box 881. JonAW'
FIFE CUTTIN3. TINWARE.
To be Drawn by
A VAT.UAIIfiE STORE: A IV I)
prciitmc4 to dip pone of hUprom?
l?ei and pci'mma! property hi Ldtrwy, lniw
lilt; l uvKit piyce nt lilH Mtnri nn tn 1 1 oh iarttl
on what in known as the Wwrxoii Tract, on
Wednesday, Sept. Ut, 1869
Th followini;aiiicI(are among the mott valuabla
onps 10 pe (Espo&eu 01 :
1 Store, valued,
1 Cow, "
1 Watch, "
1 Show Case, " 15
Show Case, "
1 Migar s
1 Violin, 15
100 other valuable ai'ticlep, from
$1 to $15.
mnjoritv of tbo t'eket holders will decide
tho manner of drawlnn. TICK KTS (111
E. II. Huntley.
Ou Tueiday. July S3, Ibo mbscrlptlon IH for the
Vt ai-hiuiuon Street plnuk road. Any one Undine lilt)
f-auic will plwiM, leuvu it at this oiUco. UiUltl'.
IJIANO. A ro- d necotid blind I'liino fomalechenp
at the ( i-iiiiiil lluni-u. Apply eilrly.
'lOISIIAM ft C O S lor your Cartridge.