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Petroleum Centre Daily Record.
Pet. cm, Hlon lar Sept 13. .4. yj. T'Al, Xctitor. II mo of Closing Nlailx. P. 0., PltTROLKPM OsTPt, PA.,) Jolt st, IMS. ) Until further notice the tnitila will arrive at awl depart from this office m follows : AIUUVR. South and Kast, via. Irvturton, 10 S8 A. M. South and West, " Mcndvllln, 6.18 1. M. NorUi and East, ' Corry, a.56 . " 1EPAHT. South and Went, 8.46 A. M. Sou. East and West, 2.30 P. M. North, Kast and Wot, 10.00 A. M. ' Mtvlno Service. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Preaching at 11 o'clock A. M., and 1) '. o'clock P. M. Rev. J. T. Oxtobt, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services every Sabbath at 11 A. II. umi ' P. M. Sabbath School at!H A. SI. eats free. A cordial invitation extend ed to nil. Rev. C. M. Heard, Pastor. ST3. TETER AND PAUL'S (Catholic) CHUIICU. Mass at 10J a. m. Vesper and Benediction of the, BliBecd Sacrament ut 4 p. m. Catechism at 2 p. ro. JAMES DUNN', Pastor. Change of Time. OTLCREEK & ALLEOUENEY RIVER RAILWAY MONDAY, 8BPT. Bth, 1BC0. Northward Train Leave ret Centre 7:I0 a m., ar. at Corry 0r40 a.m. " " " 1044 a m,ar. " 1.25 p m. " " " 2:65 p. ro., or. ' 6:111 a.m. " ' " (4:C6p. m., nr. Tltii9vllc6:aop. m. Southward Trains Leavo Pet. Centre, 7:I0 a. ni., ar. at Oil City 8 :10 am " " ll:00p. m.,ar. " 1:4", pm " " " 1:53 p. in., nr. " 8:35 p in " ' " p.30p. m. ar. " 6:60 pin JThls Train will atop 20 minutes for dinner. ITheae are Freight Trains and go to Titusvillo and Oil City. Theso trains pan at tills point. Tho FoMhwnrd Train itoplng for breakfast The 2:55 p m Train going North and the 7:53 Train going South ro on Sundays. Soven year age Dr. Stronsberg, of Prus sia, was the ragged tenant of a garret. Now he is a "railway Ung," worth $40,000,000. Tbe funeral of 43 of the Avonditlo minors was attended at Soraoton oa Friday. The throng of peoplo presont was immense. The billiard table manufactory of Kava. naugh and Decker, New York, was de stroyed by firs on Friday night. Loss $90, 009, fully Insured. GovGeary will speak at Paikor'B Land ing Oct. 6th, at Oil City Oot. 6th, at Ti tusville Oct. 7th, and at Moadvilio Oct. 8tb. The latest story about the Rothschilds, who some time ago would not hold United States bonds, is that tboy intend to invest $100,000,000 in them. "Ned Buntline" at the Political Temper ance Convention in Chicago, pledged Cali fornia, Nevada and Oregon to carry tbe Temperance party ticket next spring. Citizens of New York have voted to raise $50,000 for tbe widow of Secretary Raw- tins, $15,000 is already subscribed, of which President Grant contributed $1,000. Sunday Tit.1 ins. The Sunday trains tip and down tho Crook yesterduy were crowd ed with passengers, and the cars of tho up train wero emptied and loaded ono-balf at this station. This arraugowent gives oppor tunity to a class who canoot leave tbeir work during tbe week, to take a short trip; but wbelhorit will result la public good, or add materially to the public morale, it is rather doubtful. Tue Largest Stock ok Dhy Goods: in Town. It is right pleasing, indeed, to step into tbe Dry Goods storo of J. liaum, WaahiUiiton street, and look at tbo beauti. iul pallornB of dress goods, uud the equally as haudsomo oloaks and sbnwls. This stock is the largest 07er brought into Petroleum Centre, uud people ate crowding iu, aux ious to got a look at the grand displuy . Go at once, one and all, and the visit will Le amply repaid. See advertisement. The New Yoik Herald says : "For awhile there has been groat clamor iu a portion of tbe press In regard to ' vermin iu tbo caie,1 uad evidently tboro was it desire on some one' part to make a pressuro that would compul thu cumpunies to relit thoir ve hicles. Now it is announced that a 'jour nalist bus invented a cur seat Unit is ver min proof." Tho Wells Jfc Fargo coach, which left He lena, iioutana, August 2!), was robbed by highwayuiun at ilulhdu Summit, Utah, on tbe night of the 31st nit., of t.oarly 30,000 iu gold. The passengers were not molested aud by that reason souij fjrty thousand dol lars escaped tho clutches of tbe robbers. A lugo force lift Coiinno on tbe 1st iust. !n pursuit of tho muraudeis. Vexanuo Coustt Rkoihtrt List. The following is tho footing up of the regis tration lists ol voters of Venango county, as returned to the Commissioners offin by the township assessors. Also Ihe voto for President in 1 SGf in an opposite column: Hf'JtStM'l VoU of ISOll isos Allegheny 1!7 IDs! Canal 2'3 1 Cherrytrtm 63G 2.10 Cooperstown 65 64 Cranberry 442 372 Clinton It)!' 18 Emlenton "7 83 Franklin, 1st and 3d Wards :ma oV'.S Krankliu, 2d Ward 311 310 Frenchoreok 259 2."3 Irwia 331 301 Jackson loll 111 Oakland . 209 203 Oil Creek 402 64" Oil City 4W iii Petroleum Centra t'.i. i; Pleasnntville 282 53 tuolo . " 71 .6!) Pliimnr 231 232 Prssldont 96 102 Pinegrovo 188 175 Rockland 405 347 Richland 223 20 i Rynd Farm 1,483 685 Sandycrcfk 297 259 SuMtcroek 212 229 Scrnbgrass 210 195 V enuiigo Cry l lumer oo ai i Utica 45 60 Total, 9,145 8,533 Legislation run Minbrs. It is stated that thu coal miners intend to meet in con vention to prepare a memorial to the Leg islature, asking that owners o( mines Lo compelled to tnko every precaution in sink ing shafts designed to prevent destruction of life in the event of other occurrences like that which resulted In the Avondale disas ter. A deep feeling pervades tbe entire mining distriot on this subject, and it is to bo hoped that it will result in bringing about tbe end desirod. Let ns have no more holocausts In tbe Wyoming Valley. Proceedings of HcpuMlcan Meeting. At the Eopublican meeting, hold in the Opora nouse, Saturday evening, James G. Elliott was oallod to the chair, and a Sec retary appointed. James H. Smilh stated the object of the meeting, when it resolved itself into a olub, and procoeded to elect officers for the campalgu. The following are tho officers elected : J. M. Dickey, Pres ident; W. H. Longwell, Vice President; S. Reynolds, Secrorary: J. a. Wright, C or. Secretary; James Patterson, Treasurer; E. J. Ray, J. II. Smith, or.d II. G. Parker, Finance Committee. . Tbe following gentlemen were appointed a Vigilance Committee lor tho campaign : W. W. Gibson lor Woods' Form; M. E. Ilosa for Hoss Farm; J. 11. Dickey for Boyd Farm; Mr. Lillian lor BonnihoSf Run and vicinity; J. P.JBarcroft for "Storey Farm; II. E; WhiUolsey for Pierson Farm; E. J. Robs for Egbert Farm, B. II. Northrup for NcElbuny Farm; James McKinstry for Ste venson Farm; II. II. Hull, S. Armstrong and John C. Bump for Pet. Centre. Tho Club resolved to meet witb tbo Re publicans of tbe township on Thursday, Sept. 17, at 3 P. M., at Sobel's Opera House, to nominate a township ticket. Tbe Club adjourned to meet Thursday even log next Lammers & Aidcn are selling off present to ck ut cost. At Avondale, when the dead bodies were brought from tha mines, tbev were scrutin ized by Mr. Phillips, the outside Superin tendent, and, with rare exceptions, wero recognizod, and the name and late residence of tbe man was announce! to tbe crowds outside. Very rarely did any violent dem onstrations of giief follow, but In every case tho friends of tbo victim came forward aud took possession of the corpse. The owners of the mine bad provided coffins, nndthe remAias, being placed In thuui, wero delivered to the friends for burial. Iron Gate, Wheat Sheaf, Globe neuters Oriental, and Parlor Stoves, at Nicholson t Blackmon's hardware storo. Pennsylvania. Patents. Tho follow ing isa list of patents gianted citizono of Western Pennsylvania for tbe w:uk ending Sopt. 7, 18C9 : Wrenches for olovatiug pmnp tubes, Jas. A. Fleming, Sbarpstmrs. Governing deviea for liteaiu engines, Pe ter A Stewart, Lucesco. Grato bar lor boiler, Dan liyard, Sharon. Clothes dryer, Atidrew Ltarbiusou, New Cestui. Ku.-i;lur alarm, James S. Jackson, Cur winsrille. Churn, Jy!m L. Eerier, Ramsburg. Leather cord or rope, Oscar I. Harring ton and Midrib Weaver, Wood's I.un. Fiit-tT Cans! r.t ?lciiOLso.i & BiacKMOt.':;. Iron Gate, Wheat Sber.f, Globe Heaters Oiioutal, and Parlor Stoves, ut Mobohjouct UUcuiuou's hardwuie store. TELEGRAPH KKPORTED POU THE DAILY RECORD, Afternoon Dispatches Washington, Sept. 11. Gen. Sherman's commission as Secretary of War nppniuls him until tbo end el' tbe next session of Congress. The law does not prevent him from holding tbo tw offices of General and Secretary of War, but he must elect which salary be will accept. Judge Jore S. Black, of Pennsylvania, bin brought suit in tbo sum ol f 25,000 against the Louisville and Nashville Kill-, road Company fur injuries sustained some time during tho early part of the summer. Had tbo railroad company been prompt in paying the pbysioians who attended Judge Black during his sufferings, ho would prob ably have beem more indulgent. It Is stated that General Sherman will act as Secrotary of War ed interim. Tho name of Major General Grocnvillo M. Dodge, late of tbo Army of Tennessee, and at prosent Chief Engineer of tho Union Ta cifio Railroad, is prominently mentioued in connection with tho succession to tbe office. Some onterprising chops coutractoj for the use of the fence around the now poet of fice enclosure, New York, for tbe term c two years, for $15,000. On Tuesday Bon ner covered it witb an advertisement of a new Lodger story, and tho lease holders, if they obtain their rates, as thoy probably will, expect to realize tbe handsome sum C! $220,000 out of tbe fenco contract. Benj. Brown, a graduate of Harvard, will givo $5,000 towards defraying the expenses of the Oxford boat crew, if thoy will oome to this country and row a match witb tbe lately defeated Hurvards. Mr. Brown sug gests the Hudson or the Charles river. This ia a very handsome offer. J. Rosa Brown discredits the reports via London of the massacre of twenty-one tnii sionaries In the province of Seechun, Cb!, nrt. One French priest was killed, and ono escaped. A number of Cbiaeso converts wero murdered, Prince Rung bus ordered au Investigation of the afi'.ilr. Lammers ic Alden have a uew stock of all lute styles of Huts and Caps. tf Some one blamed Dr. JIareh for changing bis mind. "Wei!," said he, "that is the difference botweon a man aud a j ickaea ; the jackass can't change bis mind, uud tLo man cau it's a human privilege." The Lowell Courier eays : '-Wu are pre pared to -announce' any number of candi dates for Congress ia this distriot at ten dollars each. Announcements that gentle men are not candidates,' half price." Fine Silk Hate ut Lammers & Aldou's. A prudent man advisod bis drunken, ser vant to put by his monoy for a rainy day. In a few weeks his master inquired how much of his wages be bad saved. "Faith, none at all, sir, it rained yesterday, and it all wentjl Commodore Vandorbllt has been running on tbe New Yerk Central ina special train from Buffalo to Cold Water, a dietanee of 63 miles, in 65 minutes, stopping 2 minutes at Batavia, thus making jutt a mile, a niiu uto for a distance of 63 miles. A good nutured traveler fell asleep in a train a short timu ago, and was carried a few miles beyond bis destination. "Pretty good joke thiJ, isn't it?" said he to a fellow pissetijer. "Yes, a little to far fttched,'' was the rejoinder. Commodore Vanderbilt does net monop olize tbe summer and winter wedding busi ness. Judzo Kennedy, of Warreu county. New Jersey, aged seventy ycare, bos just uiurried a lady aed thirty-two. Tho Hon. James L. Wilson, who is spo ken of aB the successor of Senator Giims, ol Iowa, in uuswer to the question, would to bo a candidal for tho Senate, replied thut he would not that he did not wiali to be counted among tho contestants. When asked il Lo would not accept the position ii olocled to It by tho Goncrul Assembly, ho' suid : "Well, that is a horse of tinuthrr color. But verj few men would cast a po sition of that kbd, coining iu that unsolic ited manner, beliud them. Yot I do not desiio any polltbi-.l position. I have been long from homo, and am heatt'.iy tired and disgusted with political life in WusUiiitflon, aud now ohuyau :o remain with my family." A plaster castuf thu face of tbo lato S02 returyof Wur, Ccuerai lUwIiua, was tai.i.u on Friday, at th Cuogrtoaioiial Ceiuutery, by Fi;k JiiUi;. TLt Ludy was brought I torn tbo tomb. mTl p!u,:cd under no arch way of lUg.', ii tie c..U:;uco, wIimj tho caat was tnk.ee. Tho t:iing iore Jonu stow Jft. ut New Voik, on Fridi-i mude Iwuuiy Uiiles wiiLin an hour, tor a t.iry) of $5, Olio. Time, oi 39 seconds. A Rahe Chante Mr. Barker, having engaged tho services of Mr. E. Ilownrd, whoso reputation as a colorist ranks with tbo first artists of the country. Is prepared to furnish photographs beautifully colored or finished In India ink. Thoe desiring such woik, either from I i to or copied from small pictures, should embrace the opportu nity nt once, and cull at Barker's photo graphic gallery, on Washington street, Pe troleum Centre. nuR25-lm lien Gate, Wheat Shear, Globe Ileater.s Oriental, and Pnrlor Stoves, at Nicholson & Dlackmon's hardware store. Vety best case-hnrdoned working bnrro Nicholson & Dlackmon's. Tbe littlo Princess Felicia, said to be the smallest girl of her ago on tbe continent, is still tbo great sensation in Paris. Sho is only fifty ccotrimctrcs high. On her arri val in Paris she was immediately taken to tho Empress, who put hor into a work-basket and carried her to the Emperor's room. The girl was placed on Napoleon's writiog table, on which she promenaded and danced for awhile, and closed tho performance, to tbe great autujemcnt of tbe Emperor, by turning a somersault. She is only seven years old, and tbe physicians who have ex amined her predict that she will yet grow eight or ten enntiraotres, when she will bo about two feet bigb. Tinware, in retail and jobbing lots, at Nicholson & Blackmon's. Tarlor and Cooking Stoves at Nicholson & Blackmon's. A letter is addressed to City. held for postage at Buffalo, Charles N. Priest, l'itbole CANDIDACY ANKOVKCEISCNTat. Mb. Editor: I1 lease annonnee the name or Imla Hollowuy, of Pliinier, as a candidate tor Justice of the Peace , subject to the tungea of the Republican Party, at the primary election, Mast Citi.ks. Me Editor: Picture announce tho name or Mita niTT S, Booth, aa a candidate for Jiulice of the Peace in Coruplantar township, nt the ensuing Oc tober eloction, and oblige, MANY CITIZENS. l'lumor, Sept. 15, 1S69. liociil Notices. WAS1 ED. A Olrl to do ge nornl housework. Enquire of Mrs, K. W. Evans, In Wild Cat. seplll CHILDREN'S CARKIAOKH A fine assortment at the Fnrnltnro Store. 1 w tvniTE LIME A f resli supply, just received at R. It. Fisher's Drug Siore. . rue Morrison' Genuine Pine Tar and Persian Healing Soaps. These w.apa are impregnated with oxotios of tbe rail-Witt and most B ilsan-.ic nature, aud are warrant ed perfectly Innocent and free from mineral and oth cr pernicious admixtures, and are selected by the lii'tks and tbe public in general in prefercico to all ol he- soaps, as the great producers and preservers of a healthy purity of complexion, and a conservator of female beauty. For the qoftncaa and delicacy wh'.ch they Indnce to the hands and face, thclrcapa biilty of soothing irritation and r-movlr-g unsightly eruptions, render them indispenslble to every toll et.. We kindly aak the public tstry the virtues o those soaps. J. L. II. A Co., Proprietors, A. S. Miller & Co , General Agents. jul22-3m. Special Notice. WOKDS OP WISDOM for young men, on the Enlins Paasion In Youth and Early Manhood, with SELF II ELP for the erring and ant orlunate. Ben in scaled letter envelopes, free of charge. Address noWAUD ASSOCIATION Bw P, Puiladkipai a PA. May , 3m New Flour, Feed and Grocery Store t J. 8. PKATIIEIt, At the OLD BANK BUILDINO, OJJ MAIX-8T, oppoiitc tho McCllntock llouse, has on hand a !'ee and first clasB stock of FIour,I'vod and f-roceriOH, whicli he Is selling at a low figure. H ".Iion't forget the place where A, D. Cotto & Conipauy broke up. Jan'J-tf. 1'urdwaro A largo assortment of which Is bein closed out at rcdue.od rate at ItEYNOLDS iiliUDiiaAD & GO'S, No. UContro St., opixnite li e l'ostomco, Oil City, Pa. :ro!rtory For all kinds go to HKYNOLDS lSKODHUAO & CO'S, No. 11 Contre Stroot, oppo site Iho Post Office, Oil City, Pa, Crjrpeii, of every quality and description, at A..VN;ji,i, llltOOUBAD & CO'S, No.H Ceutre Blnit, ppo.dte tha P. O., Oil City, Pa. 1 ho Great VoHeinlto lillttora. All liail ! great buiiorartor, Who to cure na of our Ills, 0; . e.- tiic to tin: disconsolate, Without uoxieiis drimsor pills n direaHO from out llu: system, I'll! i' e heart wiih lira and light, Willi ihe item of all the tonics, Doe, r.i -Uroat Yoseinite! Will, root from out tho valleys, Ii. n OUitoruia's aim doth atduo, ' in': ueallh to us paor mortals, il. tiuii Die rit.liea nf her mines. V.'i'shh i.i' lifullh and Ihipihimish, I'lisinirH none Hhimld slight, lie yun wunt it ! Woiilil you Iiavo it ? t'.-e ilowaer'a Ureat Yesumilo. Come ye nlek. dlaesyed. disconsolate, Woy sl.ouldyou pine ami die? Y;: n ei,u , fiiini an. I lamruii-hiL, Con,", til, elori.m.s bilteis try fx-; ov the-e nuarlirt nntl nosij,;uisr i'"!, e iV.,:a tin: ini.d iu triuiil, (iiMni! plnee to i iiis pm,. ionic, V a uvt's Gieat Yosnuitu ! ia'ilif NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Hoy Tost. Hftill MVIXOSTON, a bid between 7 and f yearsolil, left the Inane ef liis I'ncie niJ( Atnit, on the Hfotry Kami, Monday afternoon InM The lint wn ctnthed in a liuhl colored uil. ittxl nre a brown hut. Whoever will xive information ufhu whereabout to Jehu .liK k-.nn. sjturey Farm nni confer a tuvor en the parents. ' Story l-'arin, Si pt lu. lMiy. ;n 3 0 Kcwanl. S HAYED or stol.Mi, from Hie farm of S Mori-inn, on fherrvireu 1,'iiu, Sundav, Sept. Mh, imi Clieatnut hnr-io, eii-hl lnnrenlil, white slrlpe in hi" fnee, atylii.)l in nppearaneo. Tip- on hu I'niu feet lind tender fooli-il. No shoes on ilia hind f,.i n-ie above reward will be pnid for the reeoverv nf the horse, and fib mliliiioiinl lurcenvietinn of iliv thi,.r lrstobii- SCOTT, CRANK .fc ( O Slorey farm, Sept. e, liil. sep'.e-it 1869. FOR THE Fall Trade XliW GOODS, Mm J 1IX 7 WASHINGTON ST., Petroleum Centre. Pa. HAS JUST OPENED A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF FOREIGN & DOMESTIC For the Fall Trade, embracing a full Lico BLACK XPCl', roVUN AlAPCAS, POPLINS, SILKS, SHAWLS, t Carpets, Oil Cloths, Chintzes, Calicos, Muslins, and a choice assortment of LADIES AN 13 GENTS mssm goods, And also a choice assortment of FLANNES, very cheap. Our Line of Alpacas and Pop lin Alpacas Is the finest and cheapest in the place. septl3:tf STORK. The nnderslnned hnvlrip titted nn ft new ftore on WAMUNiiTON A: .SIXOVU STS., Petrok'inn Centre, Is now prepared to furnish bis enstomers with tv cr;tu.ag in the house fiirnishiiig line. StoveNiiiul Tin ware, IiauleriiM, Fancy Articlcn, Mluinpvl, Irrse and .1 it pa lined Ware, A I NO ii liircii .stuck of Ri:inn Ac Iron Fill in:; UUM, PISTON AND 11 UMI' PACKING. LACK LKATIIKIt, etc., T11K CHAMI'ION AND NOVKI.TY !I.OTIIHa Wltl.VIIKUS, WAT Kit COOLUKS of all Sl.US. All Job Work promptly, atten ded to with neatness and dis patch, radicular attention paid to Gas and Sterm Fittiiii', hav ing a Gas Fitting Machine not excelled in the Oil Kcgion for cutting Gas Pipe. JAMES RUTHERFORD. Petroleum Centre, July 18(111 if.,8 RAFTM DRY GOODS. J. C3-. OGDEIT, NJ'i il nil FliliD STORE, 1. flT CE.TRE-ST., on, i rv, pa. Thii. Is the best estalilisiiineiit or tin: Uiiel in H"' U il K eglou Houi au J t eed to' i l wlinlnnale ;an: uoi; I'