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Petroleum Centre Daily Record-
Pet. Centre, ISedncsdar. Jan. 8.
Tlmo of Clonlug mails.
P. 0, PlToi.rr Oirnrs, Vk.,
Jolt S7st, 1S68.
fain f.irlher notlae lh mails will arrive tt and
thl ouice a follows:
native.
tteaib sad Kast, rla. Irvineton, 10. .8 A. M.
South ml Weil, " Mcndrllle, 5.18 P. M.
North and Cart. " Corrjr, 956 "
lir.pinT.
forth and West, A5 A. M.
Hast nad West, tJOP. M.
North, Ku nU Weft, lOJU A. M. fl
II. K. Hl.ACKMON. P. M.
S W 1 ai
ntvlne Service.
PRESBYTERIAN CHl'RCII.
PreMjIiingnl.il o'clock A.M., and 7
o'clock P. M.
Rkv. J. T. Oxtohv, Pastor.
M. E. CHURCH.
Services every Sabbath at 11 A. M. and
1 T. M. Sabbath School at twelve o'clock
M. Seata Free. A cordial invitation
reloaded to all.
Rkv. C. M. Heard. Pastor.
STS. PETER AND PAUL'S (CATHOLIC)
CHURCH.
Matt at 104 a. m.
Vespers ami Benediotlon' of the Blessed
Sacrament at 4 p. in.
Catechism at 2 p. m. .
JAMES PUNK, Pastor.
Coffee nad Tea.
Dr. Keyser, in an article on. coffee and
tea. says:
Coffee is a stimulant and tonic t the mus
cular and fleshy parts of the body, and gives
greater power of physical endurance, white
tea gives energy and vlj;or to the nerves
and brain. He would give coffee to the
physical hard worker anil laborer, the sol
dier uu the murcb, the mechanic in the
workshop, and the man of bard muscular
work, and tea to the mm who pleds among
lonks, and papers, and statistics: No one
would believe what nerve tonic there is la
a cup of good lea, toe exhausted, nerveus
euerjry sipm to rovivo at once under its
salntarv inHiiencH.and wbut was hard before
from tin' Hanging of the nam ral nerve power,
la made ecmpara lively easy. These things
may r m tm'mportant, a they era already
known to mist M;ple of experienco who
have paid any attention to their diet, but,
at the Mime time, it can do no barm te re
peal what eao tie experienced by every one
who wl'.l take the trouble tu liy It.
Tub Tiikathk. The performance at the
Opera House Inst evening was largely at.
tended. The popular aad talented young
actor, Mark Rates, took the leading charac
ter in ''Black Eyed Susan." Mr. Rates is
an actor of very superior talent, and Messrs.
Carner So Peterson bare shown excellent
judgment in securing his services. The
great attraction of the evening was "Rip
Van Winkle." The leading character in
this play was Mr. J. W. Curner. whoso act
Ing was superior to anything of the kind
ever before witnessed in this section of the
country. As old "Rip" be was a complete
success. It is niid by theatrical critics that
he tins rarely if ever been equalled in bis
rendition of this character. We have heard
many of our citizens express the desire that
the company would repeat this play during
its stay here. "
To-night will be presented the beautiful
play of '-Don Ctcsnr do Kazan," and the
comic drama of "Solon Shingle.'"
Souk time ago, we published an account
of Mr. Saxhy'g method of dotecllng Haws in
iron bars or rods, by means of uiugnelisa,
and pointed out the great prnctionl advan
tages to be derived from usinjr the test. We
now learn that the same method has been
applied in testing rolled iron plates lor
boilers and other purposes, and that their
molecular condition can be plotted down on
paper, so as to admit a critical investigation.
The importance of this method, it' really a
practicable one. in selecting plates for steam
boilers, it would be difficult to exaggerate.
A daily paper has been started at Pleas
iintvillo, culled the Evening News. It is
edited mill published by Messrs. Dodd A
Ciisrove. The new paper has our best
wishes for ils prosperity. The people of
I'leasaiitville should give it a generoin sup.
port.
v im, ij n,rv.-i, i, itiiiies lias re.
ceived a largw mpply of coal, and cau fully
accommodate mil citizen. His obliging mid
geiitlemiuly clerk, Mr. tt. K. Ileaiu, is al
ways on hand to utien I t the wanU of c;i.i
totuurs.
Br partifliiUr request, the inn J panfo-
miine of H;iuio'y Dmupiy will bo brought
0,.l al the lln nil u.
Tuu tua- U ai au oi.., alia tu uro uov
lineln annn.
Rrve-i is u ., j . ..cv a- ti irin; tbe
lol.i.il.
LETTER FROm HABRISBUBU.
HARnisBTRo, Jan. 4.
The members of both Honnes of the Leg
islature are rapidly aong'rogating here.
The Senate and House Republic caucuses
bare nominated their officers, Col. : John
Clark of Philadelphia, late Lt. Col. oftbe
3d Pa. Reserves, being the choice for Spea
ker. Messrs. Gilfilan and Pettis are in town, as
are also other Congressmen. .
There are more than a dozen candidates
for the C. S. Senate, but at present it is
difficult to form as opinion as to wbo tbe
"coming man" may be.
Senator Cameron is here but we can not
learn to whom support will be given.
Grow and VtWehesd appear to be the
most popular men at present.
A brakeman was run over and killed on
the R. R. about a mile ontside of tho city
limits on Friday afternoon.
Messrs. Ranch and Cochran, of Lancas-
ter, have submitted proposition to the
Senate to do the pasting and folding of the
Legislative Record, and other matters, for
$2,000, and for tbe House for $5,000, giv
ing bonds for tbe faithful execution of tbe
work. The cost to tbe House last session
was $37,000. W. shall now see whother
"reform and retrenchment'' is the order of
the day or not. Vindhx.
OIL. CITY COHKESPONDENCE.
On. City, Jan. G.
The oil market which closed firm on Sat
urday, at $5 00 was a little oft yesterday,
buyers offering only $4.C01.70.
Last' evening the election for Chief Engi
neer excited very much interest, moro in
fact than we sometimes sou in an election
lor municipal officers. The candidates for
the position were Messrs. U. W. Hoag, tbe
present efficient Chief of tho Department,
and C. W. Arnold, of Protection No. 2.
We had no idea that tho numerical force
of tho Department was so heavy as it ap
peared at tbe polls, and can now account
for tbe fact of its great efficiency on the oc
casion of a visit of tbe devastating element.
Notwithstanding the excitement tbe best
possible feeling prevailed, establishing the
Tact, we have often felt proud to chrouicle,
that the fire department of Oil City com
prises in its membership some of the most
intelligent, respectable and energetic of our
citizens.
The following 'f the result of the. elec
tion :
Whole number of votes, 173
C. W. Arnold bad 92
II. W. Hoag bad 81
An obvious Improvement'lins taken place
in the grading of tbo sidewalk in front or
the M. E. Church. The three step nuisance
has been removed and tbe sidewalk rises at
an easy grade from the railroad truck to
Spring street. This work, with permission
from tbo Council, for which wo propose
they should give him a vote of thanks, if
they don't feel able to pay he bill, was
done by our old friend Kellogg the pioneer
painter, and one of tbe most enterprising
business men in the oil region. If every
business man in Oil City had ICellogg's en
terprise, we should soon have a,, town com
peting with Corry orMeadvllle, neither of
which have tbe natural advantages as a
railroad centre which we enjoy.
Tbe Sacred Concert of tbe Musical As
sociation, at St. Joseph's Church, this even
ing, promises to be quite attractive as tbe
full strength of its musical talent will be
engaged on tho occasion. Jims.
The Ogectoe, Georslu. troubles continue.
Mr. Middioton's Imiiso was burned Wed
l.esday nigbt and the ernps ruined. All the
whites have returned to Savannah except
one man, who bat not been seen since the
trouble took place. Tbo Sheriff with a
posse went out Monday morning without
making any arrests. Neeroea are fully arm.
ed and In a largo force, and determined to
resist the authorities. Scouts were sent
out in the afternoon and were stopped six
miles from the city. All tbe six roads lead
ing from the city are picketed by negroes.
A public meeting lias been held at tbe Court
House, and affairs weru discussed bv Gen.
Jackson and others. The meeting adjourn
ed until to-day, lo decide on what course to
pursue.
The Governor of Alabama has appointed
a Board of Commissioners to negotiate with
Florida for the annexation oj the western
portion of the State of Alabama.
Tho Knijlisli railway companies own two
hundred and tliirteeu square miles of that
island.
Tho Hebrews of Cincinnati have erected
monument in memory of their brethren
killed during tbo war.
Thk Democratic Jackson Asaoclaliou will
neet at headquarters this evening.
Thhhk is to bo a t the American
House on Friday evening.
Fi:k i-:t"i limn llari'isbur.
CONGREMIONAL.
Congress resumed Its session yesterday at
12 o'clock.
SBNATB.
Mr. Perry offered a resolution requesting
tbe President to transmit a copy of bis late
amnesty proclamation with a statement of
me authority by whlcn lie Issueu it.
Mr. Kerry said he offered tho resolution
because although he favored the amnesty he
doubted tbe right of tbe President to grant
it in (his sweeping way, and he wished to
have tbe question settled.
Mr. Howard was glad the attention of t'ifl
Senate had been called to the question, lie
thought it important that tho people of tbe
United Stales should know whether tbe
President had such a dispensing power rs
was implied in tbe issuo of this proclama
tion. After considerable debate tbe resolution
was adopted.
Mr. Stewart introduced a bill to enable
the people of Georgia to form a State Gov
ernment, republican in form, which was re
ferred to the Committee on Judiciary.
It provides tor repealing Ibo act by
which Georgia was restored to tbe Union
nnd remanding it to a provisional govern
ment. IIOL'SK.
Several bills were introdneed, but no
business of importance transacted.
Till! Tei.kuraph It seems almost in
credible Ibat in 1S43, only twenty-five years
ago, (here should have been such a debate
in Congress as Pref. Morse quoted in his
speech at the banquet on Tuesday evening.
It was proposed to appropriate thirty thou
sand dollars for experiments with Morse's
Electro-Magnetic Telegraph. Mr. Cave
Johnson, afterward Postmaster General
sneeringiy proposed to devote half the a -
propnation to mesmerism. Mr. Houston, of
Alabama, proposed to add "Millensm" to
the list, and Mr. Stanley, of South Carolina.
facetiously proposed to make Cave Johnson
the subject. However, the bill passed by
eighty-nine to eighty-three. Tbe experi
ment was made .and was successful. After
this, Professor Morse offered tbo whole in
vention to tbe Government for one hundred
thousand dollars. The proposition was vir
tually killed by a report of tbo Postmaster
General (Cave Johnson), who observed Ibat
the operation of tbe telegraph between this
city (Washington1) and Baltimore has not
satisfied him that under any rate of pottage
that can be adopted its revenues can be
made lo equal its expenditures. Neverthe
less, Prof. Moree kept the offer open until
March, 1817. The raport or the Postmaster
General was fatal to the project in Congress,
and such language, coming from such a
source, well nigh paralyzed the energy and
faith of those wbo were engagod in erecting
telegraph lines Philadelphia Globe.
THE NEWS.
Over twenty teousand emigrants arrived
at Chicago during the last year.
It is rumoredtbat James Gordon Bennett
baa had another attack of paralysis and is
in a precarious state.
Tbe annual meeting of tho American
Social Science Associalion will ho held in
Albany, New York, In February.
The City Solicitor or Cincinnati goes lo
Columbus to-day, to press upon the Legis
lature tbo bill to increase tbo city limits.
In Wilmington, N. C, Monday, J. II.
XefT, Republican, ws elected Mayor.
Several negro aldermen wore elected.
The annual message of Mayor Kalbfleisch,
of Brooklyn, shows that 3,300 buildings
were erected In that city during the lust
year.
A gang of burglars numbering eight who
have been operating extensively in the
town of Warren, Ohio, for a long time, were
captured there ou Sunday.
Commodore W. S. Salter, United States
Navy, died alter a"liugering illness of rheu
matism of tbe heart, Suuday morning, at
Elizabeth, NewJerS'y, seventy-lour veins
of age.
The Wisconsin Senatorial contest helwi i n
Carpenter and Washburn is waxing warm
Tbe former's chanoes ure tbe bettor. The
Legislature meets on Ibe 13th instant.
It is said that tbe first through train on
the Pacific Railroad will be made of one
loeomotive, Six passenger two sleeping and
one baggage car, and will run through to
Sacramento without change.
Mr. Detinond Henry Ryan, long a writer
on the Loaijon Musical World, and a musi
cal crfllo well knowd in England, is dead.
Miss Gnbiiele Ki-aus has won Irom the
Paris critics the title ol the Ristori of l lie
Italian opera, from her personation ol
Leonora in "Trovatoro."
Handel's "Sainsen" has lately lieen per
formed in tho celebrated old Puvillion at
Brighton, England, with Madame Shcrrinr.
ton in the principal part.
Jaell is concertizing in Holland.
Sivori is giving concerts in Boliigna.
Wwhli, tbe piauist, is playing in Liver
pool. Mile. Allot in the reigning opeialie fav
orite at Moscow,
Tyrolem singers am becoming popular
ajaitt in England.
Local Notices.
t
. Hata, Cap. Boole and Shoes. A large
assortment at REYNOLDS, I1ROD11RAI) A CO S,
No. 11 Ccntrs Stroot, opposite th Post Office, Oil
City. Pa.
Xexv Flonr, Feed and Crocery
Store !
.T. 9. IMIYTIIFK,
At the OLD BANK Bfll.OINO, ON M.ttNST,
opposite tho llcClinlock IIouw. baa on liuud a
lartteand Hist claim Morkof Flonr, Feed and
Crocerlea, which lie la nulling at a low figure.
. Dou't forget the place wlicre A, I). I'otl in
Jt Company broke up. JanMf.
VARIETY STORE.
AT
W . II. ICIIOL.!l. Ac V .
Can be found a complete slock of lllank llixiks,
full and half hound, from Wo. to $1,10 a quire,
Blauk Nv'.ei, Dralti and Kecelpt Books.
W.OOO ENVELOPES.
With all stylet of Note aud Cap PatH. -
GOLD PENS,
KNIVES & SCISSORS, warranted.
Complete stock of DIARIES for 1809.
Finext brands of Smoking and Chewing Tobaccos
Combi, Hair and Clothe Bruphea of all stylea,with
a compute assortment of Fcncy Goods.
Also, a Circulating Library, compoMd of standard
works and the latest oiit. Tcrmi only $3.50 for six
months. decll lui.
Dry fioodt), a large stock- at REYNOLDS,
BltODUEAD k CO'S, No. 11 Centre St, opposite
the Pout emcs. Oil City, l'a.
"3r LA I) IAS wishing to make an appropriate
picsent, will fliid beautiful BLIPPER l'ATTEKXS
at A. 8. SMITH S Boot A Shoe Store doclStf.
BIRD CAGES, wholesale and retail. Thirty
four different s) ls to arrive thla week, at '
A. D. MILLER & CCS.
CANARY BIRDS, bent German inqiorted, whole
sale and retail, at A. D. MIM.KR A CO.'S.
1.5UO rolls WALL PAl'EU received this day at
A. O. MILLEU CO'S.
Hardware A large assortment of which is
being cloned out at reduced rates at REYNOLliS,
DUODIIEAD & CO'S, No. 11 Centre St., opposite
thsPonlOmce, Ull-City, Pa
Alisha. T Ills is a newly discovered article to be
rued for a bair drcitnlnR,' which is said to 1 supeil
or to anything or the kind yet placed before the pub.
He. It renders the hnir noft and closy, and will, it
i said, cniiMi the hair to irntw n sc ilps which Irnve
long lacked Mich a covering. It la not proiierly a
hair dye, and yet it will no operate ou the root of
the winie when applied an to rexti.ru li to It orllu
al color and Inxiirianco Ina very brief pcrlnl if
time. It it beyond qlleiUlon, a very superior tbau,
and will mure ihim Mil the expectation of any oca
who may imrvlm-e 't. Svinni-e l'nier. Trv Sew
ard sCouuli Cti e. II la the bint. A. I). MILf,Kll A
Co., Wholesale and Kotail lriisr0'lts, Akmiu for
Petroleum Centre, l'a. novl'J liu.
Beautiful Slipper Patterns nt A S. Smith Hoot
& Shoe store. dixI5-tf.
res' FANCY (WXIDS, all descriptions, whole
aleand retail, for Holiday Presents, at
A. 1). IKlLLKIt JL- CO.'S.
Crockery For all kind so lo HKYXOL1W,
BHOI!lIHAI A CO'S, No. 11 ('antra .--treat, oppo
site tho Pol (fflce. Oil Cily, Pa.
tfJ.Call and examine the fi'ie assortment rf
SLItTKll PATTEUNSat A. 8. Sinitn'a B;..t A
Shoe Wore. der'a-lf
Ckrisitinr.il ;ift !
Co'd Watches, Finest Aineilcnii Wat"l es Vusl
cal Instrument". All;uns. Plated Ware. Fau.-y Cnt
lery, Spectacle, an-1 l'oc.;i Booim Also all kh it
of Cigars manufactured Fancy SnmL ing Tobacco,
mil ileerschaiiin I ipin. All thesu and a great ilvi-l
ni'intena l.e '..mid .t J. Wnl.l li'S J. w.iby store,
next dour to Sherman llor.se.
HecTif
A lareo assortment or FINE 8EWGD D-.I'JTS at
A S. Smith's Hoot & Shoe Store. decU tf.
DiARIKS Tor 8ti'.lat .. D. MM. I, hit A CO'S.
PAPER AND ENVtLOPES at A. 1). MILLER
& CO 'S.
Carpel, of every ipinlily and description, al
REYNOLD-., BROIIIIKAD A CO'S, No. 11 Centre
Street, opposite tho P. 0 till City, I'.i.
Excelsior Illlliard Parlor.
To enjoy a dnlishtfnl and quiot (.-nine m Billiaids,
go to A. O. Fnrnliam'a FiMliionablo Illllla'd Par
lors, on WnsliinL'ton Street, next rioor to the Koch,
ester llouso. '1'he.e ParlnrH are within a shoil dis
tance of most of the principal hotels in Petroleum
Centre. may 9 tf.
THE best place is town to got a pair of Boots
mado of the beat Stock, that will wnar wall, and
warranted to At, is at J, A. Planlc's Fash
ionable Ttoot Shop, Washinuton Street, l'ntroloum
Centre, Pa. Give blm a trial. auplO-tf.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO at A. i. MILLER
CO.'S.
TAKE .Willi: !
1).4RTIF.S ddslrlni to purchns EiiaTmeH,
Tool. TublUK, Caalug, (tucker
Uoda, Hupee,
RIGS, TANKS AND SHEDS,
ami all nppnratas per'nlninst to w.ils, can do o hv
lallin -on II C. IIABCOCK or F. K HAMMONii
Aliumon Faim Cfti-re, lhaier Cherry Knu nova
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OPERA HOUSE !
PETROLEUM CENTRE, PA.
Dlreclor, - - J. xr. earner
HuajiiM'M nanaser, XV. o. (rteraoit
iVInaical Director, J. V. ajolemuu
Return of til.' Favorites!
bsoadway'matre !
AND
HUMPTY DUMPTY!
Troupe, Combined.
FIVB NIOHT9 OJtl.Y i
Engagematil of -
MARK BATES 7
1 he Popular Young Actor.
J.' "W- CA.S,3STEn,
Ooinedlan and Psntoraiuiitt-
Hurry St. Licoii,
' Dan. Morris,
A. G. Enoi,
E. J. Ward.
Hiss R VTY T1IXSTOV !
Coinuiedlciinc and Vocalist,
Kate Vernon,
Hltty Dowd, Arc.
Wednesday Evc,.lan. , ',
' Will be pro-luced the neaiitirul Play of
DON CESAR DE BAZAN
DON C.F.SAIt DE BA7,N, MAKE BATKS
(iUANU l'AS. M li.b. JOVETTA V1UAL
To conclude with the Serlo-Comic Drauia of
SOLON SHINGLE.
Who Stole M Barrel of Apple Sarsc
OI.ON 8I1INOLE,
1. W. CARNEH
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME NIGHTLY
ITT Doors open at 7 o'clock. Pcrforinai ce at 8
o'clock.
IJf Admission W cts. Ilesarved eeata. 75 cts-lTTn-morrow
night will be presented
Hl'.MPTY PCMl'TYr
Jun'ilw.
New Eating Saloon.
FRESH
OYSTERS I
Received
DAILY!
ALL THE
LUXU R1ES !
OF THE
SEASON!
Waaliington Street,
Petroleum Centre, Pa., nasi dunr to lalutui & Co's
J?wclr' Snn-
F.UDV A. SASUS, lror'.
T)uy Iftiartiera rconimf dM''). MfttT urvd at
nil hutir. Msit.( auil tvery dt'nptiou ol pa me,
fuinietlit-tl fclUO-t.
No puiiFt wiH b sKtrel lo aeeommod4e IhnM
h lavur n with their p.itrun !:.
. , , KDDY A bAXDS.
Petroleum Centra, Jmi. 0, 10,. tf.
Sewing Machines.
TJKOVEU V HAKE! It 8EAV
ItJ MiCIIIXGS !
. - of both Stitrhes.
Silitfpi's Xew Family 9,;viliK
Macliineti !
And ibo . ,
AinRricmi Over-Si-nminj; and
HHtton-Hole Macliiiiea !
KtHl PALE AT NO. 108 MAIN ST.,
i-hTitOLKI'M CKNTltK, Pa., by
.4ilw. H BAKBH, AU
WANT B D
Fivu (aood .loiiriicyiiuii
( nrptiitois J
OWlNOtothi Incivaso of in. business I am
comim led lo hire more hel.i to keen an wiih
the deiuuiid for iny labor.
STEADY EMPLOYMENT WILL BE
GIVEN TO THE ABOVE NUMBER
OK FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN.
A farK ouauflty of '
FIRST-CLASS LUMBER !
Or all kinds constantly on hand at v
Yard, and will be .old at
IW REASON A BLI RATES jfcl
M. 8DJVTAG.
Petroloiun Centre, Oct. Wh, W. tr
A. J, CIIHISTY,
U, S, DRUG STORE
Cor. First Ac Iloltndeii 9t.,
rmncK cm, pa. mjw-u
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