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McFAItLAil D, SMITH & Co.
liorce Block, TltnsvllIc,Pa., Merchant Tailors! ! Fall and Winter Styles! IWtEItiY & AMERICAN Suitings,' Coaling, Vesting, CLOTHS and CASSIMEllES, With nneqnaltcd facilities fbrnnkln .them np in the most approved mamiur. Hats and Caps. 811k Hati Made to Order. Perfect Matlafactlon Always Guaranteed. Petroleum Centre Daily Record. Pet. Centre, Friday, Sept. 30 ABKIV.1. AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS ON O. C. cV A. R. It. Ob and after Monday, May SOlb, 1870, tiD8 will run aa follows: 'fcORTU KO. 6. NO. 3. NO. 1. Leave Irvine. 11,45 a m. 6,00 p u Leave Oil City 7.00 a m. 2,42 r m. 7,47 p h Pet-Cen 7.38 3,23 8.28 Titus v. 8,23 4,14 " 9,15 Arrive Corry, 9,35 " &45 10,35 " BOOTH, KO, 2. NO. 4. NO. 6. Leave Corry, 11,20 a v. 6,00 a m. C,05 p m " Titiiev. 12,45 p ii. 7,40 7,45 " P. Cen. 1,25 " 8,17 " 8.35 Arrive O. City 2,05 " 8,55 " D,10 " Irvine. 4,50 " 11,35 ty No. 5 and 6 run on Sunday. FKBIGI1T MAINS NOHT1I. leave Wl City, 11.35 a. ,30a.. 10,35a m. J.pBm P. Cen, 10,60 " 8,t " 191,10 v.m. 4,10 ' Arrive Titusv, 12,01 r. u. 9,16 " 1,04 6,a) FREIGHT TRAIN'S SOUTH. Leave Titusv, 6.15a. ln,S5 am. 11.00a.m. SSSpm " l'. Con, H.I7 " 11,55 1S,!B p.m. Ii.30 Arrive O. Utv.9.35 l.us p v. !i.e .1 1 .-.n OH City and Petroleum Centre frolclit, leaves Oil City 11,60 a. m., arrives at Petroleum Contre 1,25 p. m- Lwos Petroleum Centre at -1,00 p la., arrives aiLVEtt lAf.An n.tmtn ...aa 2" n Uireot from hlladluhio itlimit. change. w j-uiinueipmn wiiiioul change. No. 6 Direct rrom Piltsbnrirh without cluuige. No tt-Direct to I'iHsburtjh without chaune. Monduy, My DO,-1870. Gold at 1 p. m., 113. ASUTUBB BW Vt ELL Well No 1. on what is known aa the Sixth Ward or Pitta- burgh leaae, J. S. McCray farm, finished tubing tbia foronoon, and pumpiog wai commenced about noon. She started 11 n at the rate of llfly barrels por day, and wilt unaouDteaiy inorease to a much higher fig ure. The woll is owned bv MHr Timoi, Blackmqie, Lowrlo aud others or Pitts 1 i. vurgo. Arnold, Phinney & Derousso well No. 3, Jtcoray larm, la being tubed to-day, and wilt soon coinmonco tasting. Another big wuu is anticipated. Juallco Reynolds was called upon night ueioro iasi 10 perform lb pieasunt task ol uniting in the holy bonds ol matrimony, William Mansion and Mary . Grocer, of uaniantl township, this county. Accord lug to the old-time custom the Justice it was supposed would "salute tbo blushing unuo, out bis extreme basMulnesa and the fact of his being a married wan, prevented him from acting rashly, and all bo could do was to drink their health in a bumper of guvu wine. 1 ae coromony was performed at the American Ilotol, and the happy couple left on tbo orotiiug train. The Ceutral Petroleum Company havo nearly completed another lurga iron taut. It is looatud on tbo bill a short distance from the Luko Stioru black. Good jke ou Grant tbo Plouaanlvillo G .slight hoists tho.uuuio of Lyman Tmtu. lull of Illinois, lor Prcildout in 1S72. No cue fur a tuouiuut will doubt bin cloctiou and tbo utter defeat of U. 3. G. should bo be ro-nouiiiialod. Personal. Wju. E. h. Kumiun, of Ploatuiitvillo, Dumoo.utio candidate for Assembly, and Mr. Plumor Huwonh of Albany township, Democratic candidate for County wu-. ij town yt-stt-r. Nkw Oil Developments in Franklin. Sina our last Issue the following now wells have commenced pumping: P. H. Watson A Co. have new woll at the Point which is the champion ol the district. It commenced pumping on Tues day evening and is doing fully filty barrels a day of heavy oil. This is tbe larcest lubricating oil well ever struck. , Tbe Clark, Gardner & Scott well at the Point, which was producing eight barrels. has been Increased by torpedoing to twenty barrels. Grimm's well, at the Point, another new strike, commenced pumping on Friday last ana is yielding twenty barrels. Mitchell A Sbimmons, 00 the Gilbert tract, near the Point, also a now strike, is doing 20 barrels. Thomas Chess & Co.'s now well at the Point, noticed last week as in protrcss. commenced pumping, after beiue torpe doed on Monday last, and is yielding about 16 barrels. A new well near the lower French creek bridge is producing about 5 bbls. Tbe Adams it Co. well,' on Elk street, at J. A F. Railroad bridge, was torpe doed onwednesday afternoon and start ed up at tho Jrate ol about 25 barrels a day. This well had been dolus two bar rels a day belore torpedoing. Venango spectator. Tbo rain will probably interfere with the Kane City races, which wejre to come off this afternoon. A popular place of resort Lev? Vouch er'i new ladies and gent's Oyster Saloon. 11 you want a nlcs oyster stew or fry give bim a call. Now is the time to get in your supply of coal before the cold weather sets in. To-morrow Is tbe last day In which voters can get their names registered. Those on titled to vote should attend to getting their names registered. Lost. Oa Wednesday, Sept. 23, bo tween the brick bank building in this place, and Bowie's sawmill, beyond Cherrytree village, a small memorandum book, con taining the ice accounts of Baiiev. Chain & Smith. Tbe finder will confer a favor hv leaving tho samo at this office. 5 The long wished for rain has come at last to the satisfaction of all. Well Eurneu on Cuerky I!itv n Tuesday night tbe producing well owned by n. Camp and Camp & Co., located on inerry liun near Rouscvillo, took Dre through tho carelessness of tho enirlnfier. and both were destroyed. The nrnnnrt. destroyed consisted of two engines, ooe largo boiler, engine house, one derrick and rig complete, one tank containing 80 or 90 bbls of oil. When the- lank burst, tbo burning oil ran down to another well on tbo adjoining lease, sotting lire to that and destroying tank, derrick, engine, rig, etc Tbe disaster sbnts down five good producing wolls. Tbe engineer of tho Camp wells is said to have been fast asleep. Herald. Fatal Accident. Tbe Times says: Yesterday, shortly after noon, an employee of tho Jamestown & Franklin railroad, while attempting to got on a moving train, at tbe gravel pits near Reno, was thrown under the cars and instantly killed. Ills body was brought to Oil City and Coroner Larue was summoned, who emnannnllo.i . jury which, after examining into tnecaso, ronuerca a verdict In accordance with tbe facts. Pktkoleum News. Tbo Humphrey & Tomllnson well at West Hickory has steadily Improved since it was struck, and was doing yesterday about 150 bbls per day. The report or a new 200 bbl well near Enterprise is premature and exaggerate!, though tbe woll struck by Bruce McKinnoy ou Pine Creok two weeks since, was torpe doed aud has since produced noarly 100 bbls per day.. This well did bofore belnir tornA. dood, about 8 barrels per day, and will probably settle down to a twenty barrel well. Territory in this vicinity Is looking up.- Herald. Petroleum Charters. a New York letter aayt: "The following petroleum charters from Philadelphia have beeu rcg istored during tbo tbreo davs liaut A North German bark. 6.5U0 bbls to . uieu, at is, a British ship, 7,000 do. Ant werp, 4s; u buik, 1,600 do to EUiuor. lor orders, 7 Cd; a British .bark, 3,500 do to Uotloidum, Cs; ouu 4,000 do to a Gormau port iu tbo North Soa, Cs; a Scandunaviun bark, 3.000 do to Copenhagen, Cj a Brit ish ship, C.100 do to Havre or Hamburg, os; u British brig, l,7u0 do to Bristol, 5s Od; and u Butob brig, 909 Uu' to Kotiurdaui, 13 Cd, " Fall is the uiokI melancholy ocaiion la tLu year bceaiiNj Adum loft Puradiee ia the fall l.':.;- 2t'!ntr in hi? svplc cion. Latest and Most Important Wav news. New York, Sept. T). Tbe startling news of the massing of an immense Russiau army on the frontiers of Prussia, is conveyed this morning in a special dispatch from a London correspon dent. It is etatod in addition that the Russian Minister at the Court ol Berlin hus been in structed to demand of Prussia a full and categorical explanation of her purposes and policy in continuing tbe war with France. There is great uneasiness in Berlin and London, It Is also stated that Russia, while she has been supposed to be threatening Tur key, has really oflorod to guarantee tho sublime Porte against an attempt of tbo Khedive to take adrauta: of existing European difiicultiea to establish the inde pendence of Egypt. Tours, Sept. 2!). A report having reached hero of tho cap ture of Strasbourg, the covcrnmcnt this morning published a dispatch from tho French Consul at Bash contrail icting it Tbe Consul says the I'ruuians bad made three tremendous but unsuccessful aasaulls 00 Strasbourg, in which they suffered heavy losses. A wblto llac subsennently dis played as a truce to bury the dead, gave rise to the rumor that tbe city bad capilu lated. London, Sept. 29. Tbo Moscow Gazette savs: Russia loses powor because Franco is no longer a coun ter poise to Prussia, who can insult her neighbors with impunity. Tours, Sept. 2D. It Is announced that dispatch balloons have been sent up from Paris daily. Advices received to-day from tbe capi tal report successes for the besieged in various minor engagements around the city. The Mobile Guards behave extremely well under Dre. The removal of tbo Government from Tours is no longer talked of. Tbo following dispatch has been received by tbo ministers: "Orleans, Sept. 29. The enemy, who yesterday was at Cerrratno, tbe first station on the railroad north of this city, appear ed to be retiring. It is believed news of a serious check near Paris, occaioned their retreat. London, Sept. 2J. ' Tho Freneh garrison of Strasbourg has been removed to Rastadt iu Borlin, as prieonors of War. Tbo Prussians have already occupied tbo town. Tbo Prussian Generals are to formally entcf tho city to-day, Henry Clay used to say that there wero three classes of people with whom it was never eare to quarrel. First ministers; for tbe reason that thoy could deuouuca mo from the pulpit and I had nono through which to reply. Second, editors; for they bad tbe most powerlul engines from which they could every day hurl wrath and I.irv upon me, and I bad none through which to reply. And finally, with women; for they wouia have t be last word anyhow. A famous euchre plnycr in Alaska has telegraphed to the Knickerbocker club of New York that be is on his way there pre pared to play ten match games at $100 each, (In gold,) with any player they aro willing to pit against bim. An illustrated paper sketches the follow ing scene in Utah: First Mormon "I wondsrwho that blonde Is? A nice fig urel" Second Mormon "Why, don't you know? Its your wife." First Mormon "So it is. I tho ngbt I had eoen her be fore." A boy made twenty five dollars recent! v by the sale of war maps to the Mormons. Tbe next day one or tbe sbarnest ol tho purchasers discovered that bo had bought one of tbe pattern sheets that accompany Godoy's Lady's Book. On September 23, at Ulica. Edward Sarlos, of Sing Sing, bad a jumping match with C. H. Loomis, of IMica, the formni- winniug, makiug the extraordinary stand ing jump of 13 foet 5? Inches, the longest jump of the kiud ou record. A young noodle In Ohio, recently cauaod the arrest of bis sweetheart for biting bis lips. He was rallied a good deal by tbo Police Justice, and finally loft the court fiieluig vory "cheap" indeed. A murderous Bnglibh engineer has in veuted a prejoctilo filled with petroleum for tho destructions or tbo Prussians. A surer end more economical way to accomplish tbo work of extermination would bo to send it in live gallon cans, accompanied Ly a lot ot "pf.toat safoiy latuiis." Baptism by raootilighUa gau bt th novelties out West. : latest IXU lll IVtl'CN. Just received Ircsb tub Oysttra mid suel) Claws at L. Voucher's. Sep 17. O.." itiT uuil Clam (ns, thorn) old fash ioned oiie., nt Voucner'8. Ojstris by the fi'inrt at Voucher's. Wo would recommend tho lady's to call and examine our cooking Stoves, Tbe loc ator, which wo warrant for economy, for baking, for cleanliness and for general work. Wo warrant thtm to compete w any stov in tbe country. X t. . ...... . Ladies Ovuter Saloon Up stairs over Voucher's Restaurant, Wash ington St., Petroleum Centre, Pa. Ladies are inviteu to can. sepi Fa 1.1. Stvi.es. Cul! and sea them at Lauiuicrs .v Alden s. Permit cnntAmnlntlnir a viit to. lhautan qua Lake should call nnd see Uaffney. A word to tbo wiso is riithcient. a'lS The celebrated Boston Meat Broilers at Nicoisnn &, Blackmon'a. Best in the mar ket. Try them. A now stock of imported Wines received tins day at (jalfney s. Hot Blast, Fire Queen, Iron Gate and Wheat Sheaf Cooking stoves, at Nicholson is ijiuckiuou s. angsi-tr. Tho only ptiro Liquors ate at Guflney's. Now is the best timo to lay in a winter supply of lisrd coal. Codington Jk Corn- well ore the men to buy from. June2Stt Kissengou and Vichey Wateron draught Somo very nobby Cloth Hats lor young ion, bt ijuinmers ,c Allien s. Univrsal, Monitor and Sherman Wring ers, at xsicnoison liiucKtnon s. 21 eases old ITennessev flrAndv i-aaaIvaA this day and for ralo by tbo case or bottle, at uaaney s. C,a At tnmmfirB I- A M.in'a ...1 aha ........ . ... -.au.uai.uu - vm oi mo new ran My to Hats just received, The celnlirnteil Rnstnn Mail Dmllm Nicholson i Blackmon's. Rent in tho mu tter, i ry mem. Finn tlMnrlmont nf la,.u n.l Pl-.l. Kn. " ' ' " uy,olu mo uuw cnauea uuu fixtures, just foe'd at me". Uriffes Bros Just received a Iju-.ta anil well assorted Rutherford's. stock of shelf hardware at J. tf. Bltv the "He.l TTr.t" KmlUn tn.nr.,.. uiwuui.vtuicu in Titnsvillo evnreaslv fnr thn nt I n,1n.,..l -ti 1.:..., . . .. . . J 'u uu &uiua oi weatner, at J. tt. ivrons. . ni2-tf TIlO nljca to iret mill- R.-.nla nn.i Ck. I. u. iiiuou iv ruiiurs, .nam btreol. All StVles liirLt hnrneqa. flw:.tw kM - -" 1 .. j . . UM. NIB hapest) mailo Irom Moffat's oak Stock, and ....aii.cu, u. J. JL. lIOIIS. Vichov. Ki.cwn'Tnn nn.l K,..ln ... U7... tne Artie tsoda Fountain of rf, - - n.m Jio-ti- GrtiFFKB Baas. Lsiutliborry Itrandy.' A Verv Hllnerlnp nrtlnln nf RIm.Iuh.. , whmwiii XiTandv. -for summer nnmnldinl. .It.l.H moruus, iC, at , v. . .U..M VHWIIIR Griffbb Bros. Tint Ttlnct Plr,. M. T . - .iuu uato ana wheat Shear Cooking Stoves, at Nicholson ine cnenpeMt jinco to buy Is where you uu nun yourseu in goous. The only place Sash, Gloss, Doors, Putty Ac. Large e.uvo. vucaji at me furniture store. V mie-tr Nejv-styles Hats and Caps at Lammers y aug2o-ll. Wo have the largest assortment of Parlor ami bitting Koom stoves in town, and cneup. NlCHOLHOX t BlAVKMON. NEW ADVERT ISEMKNTS. .awachter Has now consolidated his busi. ness, by closing the store on Wild Cat Street, and concentrated his stock at the Upper Store On Washington Street, Wberowill hafoonda FIRST CLASS STOCK OF Groceries &Provisions All kinds or Foreign & iioiiustic Fruits In aJdiliou tlie lest Ice Cold Soda Water iu town. II. WACI1TKH- IV'ro.'.'tin Vcieie, Arri! la, 1870. tt iDamcraiiti,! L. M. STERNBTJEG'S LumberYard Wasliinotoii-St., Petroleum Centre, Pa. Fi lends aud patrons, ona and all. Your attention to my 'Ut" 1 would call; Times are dull an money tlKht, Bat In these times I'm looking for light; To those who are building rips without number, wouia inionn lint is the place to buy Lumber; My motto I this: -Hliilck Salca and Snuill Profli Tor busloeas la healthy and I tbluk much of 11; ' In qnality my Lumber is second to none, ana as ror tsmngics, I Keep No. 1 ; Some mar not look at It In the lleht t dn. And for Low I have a quality No. S; And to those who are particular as tone may h. mi nave anoiarr quaniy caiuj o have coed seasoned Lumber. Dmnd hi, nlA Which I will sell at a low cosh price; 8aea at rionring, Calling and Siding, 'fcolh Bough ana tiresaea, Latb, Battens and Surfaced Lumber, all of the best j also have Rlc Lumber of all kinds. At prices to compart with oil and hard times; All kinds of Timber kept constantly on hand, And a box of Cigars of a very good brand; Mf facilities fnr ai-l'lnv are anrelv wlllmnf nnmlu. I always keep'jood teams to deliver good Lombor; Bo If yon want Lumber, Kongh, ;Drcsecd, Soft cr Hard, You will find Just what you want at L M S'j Lum nor iaia fchlS-tf T. M'Donald. LIVERY, FEED & SALE stables: At the Depot, opposite the t d. . PETROLEUM CENTRE PA Mil beat Stock of DRIVING AND KAUDLB i. UUKHKU ca the Creek, are to be found at M'Donald'a JLlvery. lAREIABES & CUTTERS TO U LET AT ALL TIMES. FED Ac BOAKDEl oa Hoasonable Terms. T amiitg of all kinds at tended to rrompuy 3"Glva me ea call. Petroloum Contre, Nov. T. M'DONALD 1808. The nnderrtnnej havln" Uttod no a newsloro on WA8HINUTON HKCOND 8TS.I Peti-oleura Centre, Is now prepared to flirtiMil his eiistonKrs with er crytbinK In the house tarnishing line. Stovcaand Tin wars, jjaniernM, Fancy Article, . Stamped, Prewe and Japanne'd Ware. A l.ar. mm Mtifta1K OI Ainu Aim awT-- Brass Ac Iron Fllting , UUM, PISTON AND HEM I I'A"10,, LKATIIKK, elc., TUB fWAMPJON AKU novki.ty curriiEB w "" WATEIt COOLBlUi of all 8IZB8. AH Job Work promptly atten ded to with neatness and dis patch. Particular attentionpaid to Gas and Steam Fitting, have ing a Gas Fitting Machine noT excelled in the Oil Kegion for cutting Gas Pine. JAMES RUTHERFORD. .InluXISau. tt aimimoiiickiii;mts. ROAD COMMISSIONER. Mr. Eimtou. -Please announce the .. n Iiiuepeu deut caudidatu lor tho odice ol Uoati y l mlssloner, eitiijcct to iue --- hoccst voters ol Coruplantor townsttio.