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McFAU LA I), SJ1 M il & I o. liOMoc It lock, Titiivilffl,Ia., Merchant Tailors ! Fall aud' i ihtoJStylcs ! FUltEK V & AMERICAS Suitings, , Coalings, 1 , Vesting, CLOTHS and CASSIMEHES, With uneqnnllrd flu Wiles for making them up in the uiutt approved maimer- Hat?s and Caps. Silk Hats Made to Order. Perfect Matlnf action Always - Guaranteed. ;. Petroleum Centre Daily Record. Fat. Centre, Saturday, Oct. 1 ARMIV.lL AND DEPAHTORE Of TRAINS ON O. C. &. A. U. R, On and after Monday, May 30th, 1870, iruins win run as roitows: v. onm -so. 6. xo. 8. ko. 1. Leave lrvin. . 11, 15 a m. 5.00 p m Leave Oil City 7.00 A M. 2.42 v M. 7,47 P M recuun 7.38 . a,Z3 " 8.28 " . Titiisv; 8,84 U,I4 w 0,15 " Arrlvo Curry 9,35 -'6,45 ' 10,35 BOifrn. ' ' 'xo. t. '' "no. 4."1 " no. ri. Leave Corry, 11,20 a m. r,ul) a m. G,05 p h ". TSliisv. 12,45 p m. 7,40 " .-7.45 ' .l'.Cen. 1.25 . 8,17 " 8.35 Arrlvo O. City 2,H5 'i 8,55 ' 8,10 " Irvine.,4,60 11.35 ' $3"i!o. 0 and u' ran on Sunday. ' FlEIOUT T1IAINS NOKTM. ... . Leave tlllf'ltjr, n.3S b. ii,:i(Ia.m. 10.35a m. 2.i-ii P. Cbii, lO.nll " la, 10 I'M. 4,10 Arrive Tllusv, 12,01 r a. u, IS " 1,56 " bfii ' - ! . VUGlUUf TRAINS SOUTH. IiCTttllV, 6.1.1 A. M 1,35 I I. II 00A.H. 6S.11-M " IV On, M7 " 11,51 12.H6 I'.x. Ii.80 " Arrfvu.O. Uty,n, l,i6rx a,o5 J.30!' Oil City mid Petroleum Outre ricleht, linvos Oil City 11,60 a. m , iiitIvim at 1'utlolmim t'oulre l,i!5 p. in. Lmvu Petroleum Ceutiu at 4,00 u iu uiiives tOitOlty t,80f in. . '' silvkh i-alacs hlkkpiko r.uts. Bfo. 4 H!rci!t from Hlillndlhin without change. 'to 3 Direct to I'liilndolphin with, nil cIuiiiko- No. fi Direct rnim I'iltbiirth without diange. No, O-Dlrat to Itttsburgb without ubuUKu. .Muiidiiy, M-iy au, 1S70. jola af; I p. m.i.liajil.; Asotiieii Nkw Wki.i. Au.soi.o, PlHN kkv it DunoLssi: Wki.i. No. 3 Pcmi-ixo 250 DAUitEi.a Ag ;in we are culled upon to chronicle another "big strike" on tho J. .ItoCray , ''farm, . Well No. Arnold, Pliiuney berou'sse leaso,1 was completed yuaUmlay morning nod commenced testing ast-iiij;ht. H is now pumping 250 barels jier day und inoruasiug. Tbo well has 42 leel of f bird "suiid-ioclc. It is owned by Mossrs. Aruuld, Puiiiiiuy & Derousse,. well known oil 0 orators, who uro duunrviug of this new uliouk of luck, being among thu oldest and most reliable opcialors in this section of the oil region. It always gives us pluariuro to record tbo good furluuo of bucb men. Muy it continue. Tbo new well on tho. Uriish &. lilack moro, formerly Six tu Wuul leas.-, MeCray t'aim, struck yesterday, is pumping fully 50 barrel pr day. Muehv trouble , is : being cxpeiicnccd ou account of thu gun,, which urises iu so strong a volume as to seriously interfere with the pumping of tho well. The valves uro buing chaugid to-uay and u largo increase of production ia auticiputed. Auuther well on the same lease is down 3U0 leet. This well is owued entirely by Pitta burgh parties. " - 'Dr. A. L. Miller, who ia now hem on u visit, in the proprietor uud tna-uufucluivr of Miller's Diarrhieu Mixture, Miller's, Worm ' Confections, and Vilh r's Counb lloney, which aru well known uud reliublu uiixluien and wurrunted to cine Hie ells-Coin ioi which they are udvc-nisiU-. Theso inoiii- . cines huvo been ill lino fur many veui'j und have given universal S'ilifiictiou. l.leri af ter ihey will be for mle at Grilles Iiiu. Drug Btoie. Oui oitiwns bbould give tlittu a trUI. The Warren A I'ltts'luirgii lailio;.il ie bei'nj; pushed rapidly to completion, ft U ex;iotleil me mad win iuun!fi' ir to Y listen ti-loto vialr sets in. Tbero in u wonderful combination kitclien lablo at tlw American. Institute J' air. lou sit down to it for n game of cliess. and wbeu you get through you cut throw up the cover, find a 'doutb trough" and go to making biead aud biscuit. Touch a taring and up comes a "pia-board. " Divo under the pio-boai j and bring out it 'roiliua-pin," ''cliopimig-kuivt-p,'' and variim3 otbir ait clog of household furniture. Touch a few more springs, flop over the pio-boaril. and you huvo a first-cbsa "chopping block." Another invisible spring is touched on tho under sido of tha table anil, presto! change! a broad sboll runs out from onoendoftbo fable,' a pair of lci on binges drop down, and tboro is yoiir spacious ironing table. A small piece turns out like tho blade ol a knife, and tho sleevca of tho garment you are ironing must bo placed over tha t.' The ironing in removed, a tublo-cloth spread, and it lariro ' family sit down to dine. In the evening tho whole thing tnay be closed up again, a nico spread put on tho table, and the family gather found it. It is sug gested that but litlle time and expense would alter it to that it might bo turned over each night and changed into a bed stead ' Nbw Fam. Goous The approach of winter suggests to gentlemen desiriug the latest styles of dress goods to. make in quiries as to whoro they can get good suits of clothing at the .most reasonable prices. To all such we would recommend a visit to the extensive establishment of McKarlaud Smith & Co., Tltusville, l'a., whose store is filled with all the latest Styles of clothing both borne and imparted, which they are prepared ' to make up to order in the most fashionable style. They are now offering the 'True Fit Shirt," a new style never before offered in tbe region, which for per fect fit and elegance of make caonot be ex celled. Those of our citizens visiting Ti- lusville will Ond a large variety ol new patterns to select fromaud cannot fall ol being suited both In qnality of goods and In prices. Give them a call, i Klwood's Female Minstrels perform at So- bcl's Hall, on Tuesday evening, Oct. 10th. I Too streets ate muddy. ' Divine services will bo held at all of tbreo churches to-morrow. Fresh oysters at tho Petroleum Exchano j Brett IIarte8 '-heathen Chinese, " who didn't "understand tho gaino of euchre, bus a counterpart in Chicago, in the per son of a half breed Indian, who "scoops in' all thu knowing ones at billiards. ; It is so hot iu Iowa City that the ca tu'sb la tho river there cumo out under tho suado trees to fan themselves with tbuir tails. . : A letter . addressed to Goo. Keplar, retrolcum Centre, Pa., is held for postage in tbe Pittsburgh office. '' ' me reported uiscovery ot silver near Tionesta creates considerablo excitement in that section. . The Purkorsburg Guzetto says: Tbe oil well of Captain Shaw, on Gale's Ford, near Volcano,', has been bored deeper. At depth of ubout 700 foot, a vein of light oil was struck, uud tho woll, wo are iuiormed, is now (lowing about 500 barrels of oil a day. Wo congratulate tbo parties upon meir success. Pickerel are being taken iu lurgo quanti ties i.'i tho Lake now. The beautiful weath er of tho last two weeks has loft the Luke clear, and they bito freely. Tho ''avoragn" ia unusually largo and fine. Wo saw two lots yestorday that would average 8 lbs. apiece. Jamestown Journal. Tho following is from tho New Orleans Picayune: "Tho stroet cornois of even ings now are radiant with the floral treas ures of tho pretty flower girls. Every im aginable perliimo scents the air, and queer, cunning little faces peep out from heaps of flower liko veritable clfs in fairy laud. Suuh a eceuo on the crowded thorcugforo lends a delightful novelty und chum in tbo contrast to tho mire and toll of tho streets. It is a pity theio pro not moro of them to beautify und render plcasaut tho .roinu uadefc." 1 Tbo olopliunt "Empress,'1 wliicu travel ed with a circus through Vermont about a your ago, in crossing u bridge iu Salisbury fell through and was considerably injured. On coming to tho place last week, although a new bridge bus miico been built, the elu- pbuut icl'iibed lu proceed, unj all attempts lo compel her to cross were unaviling, so tbul it bi-caiuu iKCussaiy to luko her utoiiud sumo live imlci, lo bliolher bridge over thu stream. Somu ciuuty wiwauru ty: " A wo man is liko iiiitu lui ; n.eit ber, and she will l ke any lorui you viliaso." Aud If tht don't please, tea to one she will luko lie form ol u Tartar. V.ut u is very sel 'lum thut the don't i lease sotacbady or fiber. WMIM latest and' .Host Inioiluut War Rows. Oblend, Kepi. 20. lalense excitement wus caused hire this ev.-uiug by tho arrival ot a suecial iiiosseu gerfiom V'alencienn.d. biinj;ii'S nuwaufa jjroul Oui.iu ioiiht on the ielno on tue 27th whicj iVJultfld lu tbo coiupwi" thu Crown I'i inco of l'ru:Via, uudi r lb galls of Mount Valeriau. The victory lol- lowed by tho evacuation of Versailles ftud Kambouillet and tho rupturo of tho Qerman lino of tho entrenchment. The Crown l'riuco is retreating rapidly northward up on tno army of the King, ot Muaux uiid tkiissous. Unoflici;l telegrams received from Dorliu, by way of UruJsels, contradict thie news, but it is certain that coauutmica'.ion between Paris, Itotien, Amiens and VtUeu ciennoj have been partially reopeuud and that the ollicittl proc Inmation ol the victory of Tuesday, signed by Gambetta, has been received in the latter city. Tho World's special, dated London. Sept. 30. says: Your special lit Coulogno tele graphs that exciting news has beeu ie- ccived from ltonen of a crowniug defeat ol tbo German forces on tho suulli and west of Paris, bp tho army of Gens. Ducrat and Mandon, on the 27th Inst. Tho French we're heavily reinforoed on Monday by Geo Trocbu, and advanced upon tbe German positions at Montrexil and Versailles, early Tuesday morning. Tbo battle began at Virliry and Vuliey, the Germans contesting the French advanced with desperate en ergy until they were assisted by Iresa columns advanciag from beneath tbe guns of Mount Valerain. . A number of regiments of Baden troops mutinied on tbe battle field and refused to go under fire. Nearly a hundred of these troops were shot by order of tbe Ger man commandor, but tbe rest held back, many of them throwing down tbeir arms and dispersing throughout tbe forest The Germans lust 5,000 prisoners, among whom are many officers of the ttaff of the Crown Prince .of Prussia and fifty cannons and milrailleurs. New York, Sept 30, , A special dispatch stales that exciting minors, coming from Amiens, have spread over the cir 'o the effect that tbe quarries of Mount jf.i jin, on tbe West of Paris, nave been miuon--na Dlown up, anoimia in? ono hundred thousand Prussians Tho Young Men's Christian Association of Now Yoik havo inaugurated a practical plan of reaching tho masses, which is e.Y- citiog a good deal of interest among those who know of it. Small companies ol five or six youug men go out into the tenement bouses and hold prayer meetings of ten or fifteen minutes, passing from room to room, and thus visiting a largo number ol families in tho course of an evening. Two of the band usually precede tbo others, and pre pnro tho way by getting tbe consent of the occupants of tho rooms, and gathering others from adjacent room;, so as to secure a good sized audience. Scarcely ever do tbey meet with opposition, but generally they are beattily welcomed and n;ked to 'come again." Senator Cameron is in Washington. Colfax Is tbo name of a Chinese baby in Nevada. Yellow fever U making the Earcelonese look very blue. 'Minister Morton is but forty-seven year of ugo. Mrs. Jenttio E. Tonne ia tho Sluto Li brarian of Michigan. Nova Scotia girls are popular la Boston as house servants. ' Michigan claims to huvo tho oldest liv ing t'tt'lnn'o of West Point General Loomis. "Why, Walter, is this you?" "Yes, my dear," "What in tho world has kept you to?" "Ecen out on a littlo turn with the boys my d-C-darling." '-Why, Walter, you're intox'cated!" '-Y e-E, Ui.ar, I esti mate that's eo.'' "What on earth mado you get drunk? And why ob, why, do you come homo to mo ia this dreadful state ?" 'Keciiuic my darlicg, nil the otlttr jiluccs t:re s'u-t vp!" fjO-lll AliliCI:. WA1,IL. PAPEH at GltlFFKH Luos. V'hl!.-. Ju;.t received liesh tub Oysters and shell Clumn at L. Voucher's. seplT. Oyster und Clam Stews, iuued oiius, ut Voucher's. tboso bid fusb- Oysteis by Iho ijuurt at Voucher'a. at Giiiffks Cites. TLo celebruted Huston .Meat Ilruilers ut KicolH.r, & l;ag!;mou'fi. Lest in tLo u.ur kel. Try thin:. L'niveis.tl, Monitor i.nd Hberumu Wiiiu'- tit Kicboisvu & Ulavkmon's. J WAM. I'AI'UK at G.wKS I. tin.!. We wiml.rTeecw !''' ""' and oxatiiine om conhin;: Hloves. 1 he IHt utur, wbiouwe warrant lot economy, toi bukiu", tor cleutilice and lr general woiU. Wo wurruut Hutu to couipele with any btov" iu tbe country. fr.IClluI.MIN r-i-'-i -kmax. J.ikUch yHier:ilo" Up stairs over Vonehei's ll-staurant, W ii.ri'.ou St.. tioleuu Cuue, l'n. L ultes aio invited to call. fepl IN Fall Styi.em. Cal! and sej l!ie:a ul Lnuiuiors & AUleu a. at Gnu -tbs Cuds.' Hot Ulast, Fire IJneen. Iron Onto nnd Wheat Sheaf Cooking stoves, at micnoison & Claci-.mon's. nug..l lt. Now U tho beat time to lay in a winter supply of lutnl conl. Codington A- t orn well aro tho nu n to buy from. June 2tUt. Some very nobby Cloth Hats lor young men, ut Liamniers x aiiicu s. Pnll at I.aminora .t Alilen's and cet one of tho New Fall Stylo Huts just received. Tho celebrated Boston Meat llroilers at Nieholmn & UUckmon's. ISest iu tbo mar ket. Try them. Just received a lnrjo nnd well apsorted stock of shelf hardware at J. Rutherford's. tr. Buv the "Red llot" Paddle, manulaclured in Titnsville exnresplv for tho oil country adapted to all kinds ot weather, nt J. K. kroos. ai-u The place to eet ymir Boots and Shoes Is at Uruce a Fullers, Main street. All styles lleht harness, cheaper than tbe cheapest, made from Moffat's oak stock, and warranted, at J. u. nron s. WALL PAPEtt at GntFFKS Ottos. I lackberrjr. Brandy. A very superior article of Blackberry Brandy, for summer complaints, cholera morbus, Ac, at - GntFFKS Bros. Tlot Blast. Fire Queen, Iron Gate and Wheat Sheaf Cooking Stdves, at Nicholson As lilacxmon s. SnMi, Glass, Doorn, Putty Ac. Large stock very cheap at the 1- urnlture More. mlO-tf New styles Iiats and Caps at Lammers y Allien'. augzo-u. We have the Inreest assortment of Parlor nnd Sitting Hooui Stoves in town, and cheap. Nrriim.Ho.v & Elackmox. NEW ADVKRTISK M . N TS. HaCWaoliter Has now consolidated Im lousi ness, by cloying the store on Wild Cat Struct, and concentrated his stock at tho Upper Store. tVa&hihjstun Street, Whore will l bund it FIRST CLASS STOCK OF Groceries Provisions All kilidi cf Foreign & domestic Fruii In addition the liest Ice Cold Soda Water in town. II. C WACHTEK-IVtruk-nm Centre, April la, 1S70 If. PETROLEUM IROH WORKS iir;m, UilHuUum ic Co., RB a cMnists! ron anil Uvass Foun.vki.s FOnGERS, Mauufacliircis of ENGINES, ROILERS, DRILLING TOOLS, MULL AY AND SASH SAW MILLS, FUMFIN'G RIGS, WALKING UK AM AND BAND WHEEL IRONS, FLOWS. AND ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL HEALERS NI ALLISOX'S U lilXti AXE) FOR OIL WELLS, .V.0, TiiUiValt, Iov SOiii,ibiJ u, " POICBLRY J 5? EnBnierntlnu a few of Hip nriirli-s to l.'lU.il at . M. STERNBURG'S Li rn umlberYard X asl ii ii stfln -St., let l olcunf Centre, Pa. i lcml- ami patroiM, ono mill all. ' " Your attentioii to my 'lii.-' 1 would call; lim s nrc ilnll nn money light, e . , Hut in Ihcac times I'm looking lor Imht; To llio.ie who arc hiilldlni! riii without nmnlxr, would tnrorni tliia Is tho place to buy Lilinbi-r ; I 11 motto Is this: -'Qnlrli Snle nntl Sninll I'rodt," or buiiii99 is healthy una 1 lliiiiK hiin:ii ol It; In q-allty my I.iimbfr Is hoiwI Hi none, And as for Shluglex, 1 keep No. 1 ; Somo may not look at it in the llht I do, Aud for it.oje I have a iii;ilily su. - And to those who arcrartirnliir ns tome may be, still have anot'atr qualily cbIIcJ o have cnod scamnrd I.nmlxT. Dreymd on nice, Which I will srll al a low ciwli iwicn I . i J; ,f. Such as Klorrliia, IViling and Siilins, 'tioth HmA anil llreHinl, Ijlth, lkittciM and Burlai cd LouiIkt, nil of the best; 1 I nlno have Itis; l.unilirof nil klmls At prices to compare with oil anil bind lime. ; All kinds of Tmilier kept cmvtnntty on hand, And a box of Uitfim of a very good linind; . , . , My rrllltlra for Sf-PIng arc Hiirely without hiuiiIkt I lwayj kei-gCHid teams tu.wllvcr good uiiulwr;. o If .von want LiiibIkt, Iton-jh, yirewed, Soft r Yon will SudjiHt what you want at T. 11 B'J Luib ber Yatd. fehl-if T. M'Donald. LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLES! M the liepot, piM)sltc the Central House, PETROLEUM CENTRE FA IMIK hntmnck of TlItlVING AND SADDLE 1 UOItSlili on lbs Creek, are to be fuuno at M'llonuld' liivcry. !RRIABES & GUTTERS TO U LET AT ALL TIMES. l'EI A; IIOAKIEl. on Kcai'onnble- Tinns- 1 rtiiiiiiS of nil kinds at' tended to Promptly. fy Glvo mo ca cull. IMrolmini Contrc, Nov. T. M'DONALI 18IIS. ' hWrk rrbo nnderrtnnoil tmvlnz tlit"l "P ZSTLm! 1 MASISlN.TO. & K)OM rctroleuni Umtre, U now prcpire.1 to ftirnWi W niloiani wltli et erytliinx iu lli bullae luinlsliins ''nu' Slovoti and Tin ware, JiUiitvriiM, Fancy Article, d nnd.Iiiiined W AIm a 1jhi-u Stcli ol IlraMN A: Iron Filtinsp . AcE HUM, I'ISTIlN AM) "KMI "I .'Vu MVHI.TV iumiVA WltlNJlMtei WATKIl COUl.BUH orall t17.h. All Job Work promptly atten ded to with liciitiKtss and dw patch. Particular nlU-nUon to (Jfts and Strain I'Htinjr, l"lVf iiw a Gas Fitting IiM-liinw -uxcullod in th Oil feV cuttini; (ias Piiw. JAMES RUTHERFORD. , ROAD COMMISSIONER Mr, Editor. Fliwo announce thj j na of James SaKo, ot lMuiner. as an In 'P dent oaiKlidalo for tbo olllco ol UoMJ inissiorier, subieet li tbo ilegi?i ' Louet volets ol Cyrunl niter lowusnu.