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DISCOLORATION ON ORIGINAL
VOL III. NO 98,
THE PETROLEUM CENTRE
PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING,
(Sundays excepted. )
W. H. LONGWELL, Proprietor.
Per jrew payable in advance, 18 00
Fer month, 7J
PRICE-LIST OF ADVERTISING.
(Ten lines of nonpareil make one square.)
No. Insertions. 1 sq, a sq, a sip ij coL
One (lay, t 76 $1 11 1M 4oT
Two days, 1 (Ml 1 50, S 00 60
Throe days. 1 6(i 8 00 8 50 6 BO
Four (lays, 2 00 9 50 8 00 7 00
Fife days, 326 8 00 8 60 800
Ooo week, 3 60 3 60 4 60 8 BO
Two weeks, 4 60 6 00 7 BO 14 00
'1 brae weeks, tt 00 8 00 10 00 16 00
One mouth, 7 (10 10 00 12 00 30 00
Two months, 10 00 12 BO 15 00 80 (X)
Three months, IS 00 IB 00 18 (10 40 00
Bil months, 31 (HI S7 00 80 00 60 00
Nine months, 27 00 86 00 46 00 80 00
One year, 3 do 4S 00 BO no; 1(H) 00
Special notice! 20 ceuts per linn, each Insertion.
Advertisements payable quarterly In advance
J O. ELLIOTT,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
PETMOLEOM CENTRE, PA.
Business In the Courts at Franklin iromptljr at
OrVICE In nisoell Co's Brick Bank Build
ing, upstairs!, Washlngtun Ht, oct89-tf.
ALHKIIT 8, HAVEli;
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-AT-LA.W,
OFFICE Tn the Rochester Ilonie Building, on
Washington and Main Streets,
PETROLEUM CENTRE, PENN'A.
ay 19, 1808. tf.
UOM1AJI & StfXI'i'H, 1
nice niah Street, Franklin, and Petroleum Con
tre, Pa. MnyltMf,
RESIDENT SURGEON DENTIST.;
OFFICE Berry's new Ttnlldlne, corner of Wash
ington and Second sts., Petroleum Ccntro, Pa.
T. tt. CHRISTIE, M. O.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURORONs OWce opposite
theMcKinney Ilonse, Plensantvillo, Pa.
Persons from a distance will generally find him
at his Ofllce on Saturday from 10 a. i , to 8 p.m.
a. r. Wilson. a. a van velsob
WILSON VAN VFLNOK,
GAUGERS AND INSPECTORS OF
OFFICES, Mercantile Bnlldlmr, Oil City Pa, and
with Owston Sowers) Petroleum Centre, Pa.
July 25th, 18H8 tf.
IS" To Milliners and Country Storekeepers.
TE8IRABLK goods received dally from auction
I " and private sale Our stock of Feathers, Flow
era, Satins, Silks, Velvets, Hibbous, Lacoa, Trio
mings, Fringes, Yaukce Notions, Fancy floods,
etc., etc., is large, und cheap. We out lengths at
(lece prices. Buy and sell fo' cash.
Edward Itldlcy & Son,
309, 311, cfe 311 Grand, and
66, 68 da 70 Allen Streets,
Corner store, flfth block cast from the Bowery,
NEW YORK CITY.
C. 11. WILLIAMS,
IrUVRopenfida Coal Yard nt the end of th
Boyd Farm Bridge, where will bu constantly ken
all kinds of
STEAM AND STOVE COAL
Teams coming to my yard for Coal, will have
Free Passagn Over the Creek
Wonld do well to enquire at the ofllce, and will
aud It to tholr advantage to dool with mo.
retrolenm Centre, Ta.
It EXCHANGE HOTEL.
SAMUEL REYNOLDS. . . Proprietor
1 be target t and most commodious Ilotcl In the
oil region. Fair on ue lii ir'g reduced to boarders.
Thih house Is plcesauilv titaiiod, rooms coolnnd
plcisunr. making H a deli"miul liotcl In all respect.
Pun-oleum Centre, April 16,
Washington street, Petrofeum Ccntro, Pa."
BRADSTKEET & SHERWOOD, Propiuetors
Tills Ilonse Is centrally located, and the general
headquarters of oil men.
Petroleum Centre, Pa., May 10, 1808 tf.
PETUOLKUM CESTRB, PA,
Near Oil Creek Allegheny River Railway Depot.
maylS tf. G. J. CROSS, Proprietor.
PETROLEUM CENT It E, PA.
This populat Hotel, sitnated
Corner ol jTIaln V Wasliliigton-St.,
Near the Poio hns been refitted and furnished
throughout, nad the proprietor will spare no pains
to maae it a
oc(8 tt C. GRISWOLD, Proprietor.
"PETROLEUM CENTRE, PA.
J. R. BARNES, . . . Proprietor.
This Ilonse Is In a p'e?ant locality, and but
snort wrik irom loe uopo. ( nv room lire tiiro
and comfortnMe, and the tVo'e sunpi'ed with the
delicacies of the season.
jti-.'0-tf- J. R. BARNES..
WILLEB FARM STATION,
On OI. Creek liallrcnd.l
TnE IIOUSH AND FURNITURE NEW.
V. BUTEFC Proprietor.
Till Tfnnt? having recently been enlnrirrd and rn-
furnished. 1 nm i.ow ptepiirod to accommodate two
hundred likIh rnmiortal.tv.
losviiio There ii o''" n I'm of i to "' liolp.
JilS-U. THOS. JIcKIKNKV, Tiop'r.
OIU CITY, PA.
Bavins recently taken pospeslon ot the above
House, wo would most respectrully InTo-m the trav
eling pnbltc that wo propose o:,keepa flolel'and
to convince them of the act, wo nvite all who wish
the comforts o1. a home, to cal . upon us. It will be
The Hotel of tlio Oil Mtictt3.
Our Sample Room Is supplied with the 'choicest
Winos, Liquors and Cigars, and our table will be
found laden with the very bout the market afford
There Is connected with the Houso four first class
Billiard Tables. A'sn, Barb r Shop and Itath
Rooms Oivo us a ell, sod convince yourselves ol
the truthltilncEs of our assertion.
CIItBI.PS 'V. Sir A ATS,
JAMES li. We'll TF.
-pO.Y HOUSE SAMPLE ROOM,
FRED. C. HYDE" Proprietor,
PLEASANT VILLE, PA.,
Orm sl.e the Presbyterian Church.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT ALWAYS ON
hi AW U.
LOOKINf) CLASSES in (rrea variety. Looklns
(ilass PlalM replaced in old Frames.
Picture Frames made to order.
Carpets, Oil Mollis, Wall
rancr, w ituww Mimes,
A FINE STOCK.,
COFFINS of i.!l sizes on hand nnd trimmed
to order on short notice,
si sn T a n n ti nasn n
siiau, kara alu xiuuua
sizes. Vai-nl.h, n, 4c.
No. IOC M AS.IIIJtVJ ON.ST.
Perolenm Centre.'sept 18Ul tf8.
PA., SATURDAY EVENING. OCT. 23- 1869.
TrimiAlnga. .' .
Flat trimmings promise to be very fash
ionable tbis winter, la the shape- of broad
ribbon velvet, heavy braids, cords, gimps
and bindings, but heavy corded braids
principally, in addition to black velvet,
and the galloons which are used so much
lor cloth suits. ' : '
Fringes of the same color as the material,
or containing the colors of the material, are
In high vogue, and trim a suit richly though
somewhat expensively. '
Oue of the sensations consists of white
dresses, white grenadine or white mohair,
trirntred with black velvet and black knot
ted silk (rings. i
Cords, gimps, and narrow gallons striped
in the Roman colors, are used to trim gray
or black alpaca dresses with very good ef
fect ; and Roman striped silk or satin is
also largely used, cut Into narrow bias
folds, which alternate with others of the
material, or are employed as headings to a
These goods, striped on black or some
more striking color, are also cut into revets,
sailor collars, aud the broad mousquetaire
cults now worn, and form a most effective
gaith to plain bouse dresses of merino, em-
p.ees cloth or cashmere.
What is an EutToit! Ah exchange an-
s.vers the above question tb'isly:
"Why, he is a man who teuds the news
papers, writes articles on most any subject,
sets type, reads proof, folds mail, ruuB on
errands, saws wood, drrws water, works in
her garden, talks to all Who come, is blunted
'or a hundied things which are nobody's
bu'ineFS but Ilia own, -wstbs-lrora 6 xrn. -to
10 p. m., helps people to got into office,
(who forget all about it afterward.'-,) acd
frequently eels cheated out of half his own
earnings. He prffs and does more to build
up a town than any oilier body, and the
miser nnd fogy ui-e benefited thereby, yet
tVey will suy tout the editor's paper is of ro
account, und will not advertise or tuke the
paper, but will borrow it. Who wouldn't
be an editor?
A family residing ne.ir Adamsville, in
Muskingum couuty, spiiiiualists, have Und,
tbey profess, a comniinicilioa lioui the
spirit world, to I lie effjct, that the family,
niiitibering some four ur five persons, will
receive- u legacy of $:50,(;00 eucli. This
vast legacy ia located in Jetsey City, tun
eitnte of a man named l.enard deceased,
for which no persous have established their
claims as rightful heirs. The Adumsvill.-
f.uuiiy assert that they ate relatives of this
ruin Leonard. Tuuir faith in Ibis spiritual
revelation was so strong that recently cue
member of the family went to Jersey Oily
found the cstale, and they propose uow to
prove that they are the rightful beirs of
A Ci'.se oeeurred at Sydney, Ohio, a few
days since, flint may be considered sensa-
lional. A beautiful young lady called at
one of the stores in that place, nnd asked
the polite clerk if he had nuy '-feline intee
in us for lyrical purposes." She wauled cid
(gut ui av strings. For once in 1,1s life the
young man was "weokened," and he was
carried out on a cancelled postage stamp.
The letter carrier service has beon estab
lished in fifty of the principal cities of the
Union, and employs a force of 1,261 carriers.
The cost for the present year will be a little
over one million dollars, which expenses, it
is maintained, will bo covered by revenue
hum increased correspondence
Mr. Dalrymple, the Minnesota farmer
lawyer, bandied 50,01)0 bushels of oorn this
A singular document appeared In the
Toledo papers of Saturday. It is a card
House to ller.t or for Nale
AI.AH(!E.conifortahloaud commodious nouso
will be sold or reut( si. It Is locuieo in the
BUSINS 1CRTION OF
The owner l corapellud to remove cast, and wll
sell or rent at a sacrifice.
A Good IIiiNiiieKfi Stand.
uqnfreof FltKD HCUCTT, auir2S:tr.
1 I'ltroleuia Center, Pa.
t ' .
Can always find the genuine
Plymouth Cables and New
York elting Co's Belting and
Rubber Goods, both of which
are acknowledged to be unsur
passed in quality and manufac
ture. Of Well Furnishine
Goods, we have the largest as
sortment in the Oil Region, and
can reler to our customers lor
evidence that we keep nothing
but the best of goods.
tlAKDWARE DEAL) 13 II,
TITUSVILL, P A
PIPE CUTTING. TINWARE.
PLOIR M FEED STORE,
JVO. H7 CEXTIiE-ST.,
OIL :ITV, PA.
Tliiida the best establishment of thn kiorl in lh
l Oil ltegion flour and Feed sold at wholesale and
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Ft 'Zj 1 J - r-v
M 6 i. : U m
( II rr, " H tk"
25. CIS. WEEKLY
1'lHLlL & iOMUl,
and Dealers In all kinds of
WEI1I1 TOOLS Ae FIXTURES
Necessary for putting down nnd operating Oil
Wells. In connection with our MACiilNK bUUP
-e have a large aud convenient
Onr facilities for MANUPACTORtNG artnot ex
celled by any Shop in the Oil Kcg-ions.
Shop Main-st,opposite McUlintock Uou.t
my!!7-tr FISHER & NORM.B,
1 niau'.c. Bet tht, worth of your monevls at the.
NEW KLOUK AND FKKD KTOHB ANI1 LUM
RKlt TAU1J of L. M. STLKiNUUHO A.
CO., where there Is alwayi a
ready o show their enfltomor their Inr? t of
KUiUK, HAY, nnd all kinds of VKE and tbr.
place also w here may be
L lartro assortment of first-class P.oron AND,
I1E8KD LDMHEIi. LATH, HHlNtlLES. &C ,
IHuajer; lowest eath prices. Those who aro not
M ihfitr own Intpmst. and wiih to dcnl with men
ho do lmsinen on the scinnre, will And It to their
interest to irlve m a call bnfora nu rehab log ue-.
where, aud see what we can do fur yotij
our linn of brines, tf" All Ordrrs and (tonmln
urunintiy iipt'imuu to. uu not iuiki: l""- wi Y.
l'dSlTG THE HOUllESTEll UOCSE, VA!31Il
INQT.ON bTHEET, . . . .
Petroleum Centre, Pa,
II 11. WAKNEU.
Brass Foundry For Sale,
MESSRS LEARD & WKIGIIT boinji
about to remove to Tennessee would
offer their well known shop for sale. To a
good machinest a rare opportunity is offered"
Address LEARD & WRIGHT
aug23 lf o Fitholo, Ia,
Pianos ! Pianos !
Manuracnirrrp, JAMESTOWN, N. V. luo, ex
ciufiivu Agents for the
ESTEY COTTAGE ORGAN
AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Slis't't Musk', StilJigs, &r.
tlTbcrtd for illnstrixtod Catalogue and pricq,
m' CAOHUI ft BROWN,
Wnrrnorf.fw41 Main Struct. Idctary lirooklyn,
Block, loot of Maiu-St
Hl tFAI O AND ERIE ItAII ItflAn,
(u and after Mondav, Nov. ainl, laiw,
Passenger Trains will run on this road as follows:
l.FAVB BKin OOINO EAST.
I.frt A M. MOUT KXI'KESS, stopplnR at
Hlplcy, Weslfield, KnnUlik and bilvcr
creek, arriving nt Ruffalo at 4.'t.'i A. M.
1ft'-4-i W - NKW Y0,IK KXI'KEHS, etop
l;,l-t fing at Westlleld, lirocton, Dunkirk, HU
vercrcuk, and Aliuola, arrivin; iu 1'iifl'nlc .
at 2 ,10 P. M
V. M., CINCINNATI EXPHESS, step
plnu' at Nnrtheaat, Westfleh1, Brocton,
Dunkirk und riilvercreek, aud ariivos at
lhlfraln nt I0.4J P. M.
i.MI A. M., MAIL AND ACCOMMODA'
VK.vfis TION, etoppiiiK at allstatlou8.arriinBat
nilffaloat 1(1,1(1 A. M.
it'-lii t UAY EXl'UESS, ntoiipine at
", Nnrlheast, ltipiev, H'nsilfeld, DiK.iiick,
Silvercroek and Angola, arrivinisat But-
falo at 7,(ki P. M.
LKAVB nrrFAin OOINO WEST.
P. M., DAY EXPUKSS si((pplnEatAn
cola, Hilvercreek, Dunkirk, llroct.-n,
westfleld nnd Northeast, arriving at Erie
at o,'io r.
V. M.. KAIL AND ACCOMMODA
' TION, stopping at all stations, arriving
at Erie al r, V. M.
J.'IA A. M., TOLEDO KX PRESS, stoppinff at
uii Htaiious, "d arriviny at Erlo at lo,!io
n,AA P M., 8T1SAMHIIAT KXPKESH
Kind at til!
tli-ucton. Westh nld and Noi-tiicaBt,
in;; at I'rlent 1 So A. M.
,.! A. M., M11IIT KXI'KKSS. stopplni? at
I.rw hilvci-creek, Dunkirk tiud Wosthefd, ar-
riving at Krie al 4,4o A. M.
liailroad time is lo minute faster than Rile tiro,
R N. BKOWN, Cen'l Buvt.
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