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NcFAHLWD, SMITH & Co.
LoaecBlock, TltnavIlIe,Pa., Merchant Tailors! Fall and H inter Styles ! lOKEIG V & AJ1EIMCAX Suiting!, Coaling, i CLOTHS and CASSIMEHES, With Hflltrte f.r makta? tbem np IQ mwt approved mai.iwr. Hate and Caps. Silk llaii Made to Order. RfU llntta uplte" Perfect Matlefacf lati Alwaya ; Guaranteed. ctroleurfi Centre Daily Record tlon of dm , .; - uftpfitent. AJ AflfB DEPARTURE 0' assssfisf M -c a- and thus delrand hi "ws aeinrn-d, even -ifter tt no. 5. xo. 3. no. 1. w!taairJunlcm..iHl.on A M. 2.4J p u. 7,47 P M aaaooouat according to-JS . jt,23 " 8,28 'M - 4,14 9.15 ' K,,tf. -The passer.? " ! " 10,35 " hl former il--tf oii, a W . K0 4 I vn R "It Is n-udlytneiwso, wh-n. O.00 A Jf. 16,(15 p u pry is maut', or any macutn.7,40 7.45 " invented, tt'At the intention of tthjf it f a 35 u turned to tint snbjei-t previously ..in' 111 ,1 persons have heeu making !"- f 5 ttw'lu ments. rhllow.pluii ami mechV "n. IB m m-nsnri- anticipated in li.rj cu the uoniblllty or p-.o'mi.ility of men riincovi invention; muny experiment have beer, anon y ti led, coming vory near, yet fxlliti!? short 1 jpbpm i-eairca ritwuu 1 i..-. ii,MI,-rv 'if.wvlt. 4.10 " flclal. The invention wher-i),.5 1,55 5.1 s.j.l to lw the ,nimiimliprjtATj(3 SOUTH' inon a, nor nn v ny me ore He may nivt pr;? K M.0OA.M. 5a ce-sful experiment, , -Tt!." "f1 . gtvoj '.ra n no riifiiT i.ou utel'roni ill imp vunc ii-eiynr, leave Oil peculation Um hi arrives at I'etrolenni Centre 1,25 p. porim.-nt has re r"leuaj Centre at 4,00 p m., atrivon discovery ha '1 ! nod expmiinoitTgii feLAoi slrkfiko cam. nmniil-icture-Dlroet from PhU.aMpbia without change. fceeomos '5-lirect fmni I'itt-lwrnh withmit chamre "AnU -Direct, Pittsburgh without cWks. OCIEVY AND FASHION. Rlbboaiaro mipplsntiaf every otbor or - nnmemtor toe hair. Ladlft this leatnn prefer nsrrow ruftlcs to flounced, on the skirt. Fire gilt hronz't Is a vctf fntorlte mate rial lor fancy articles now-a-d-iys. The last ukase of Fashion declares the Cbignoo la all its forms utnished from ber aomiDioD. A valval amftkincv iftcknl tfl finnsidererl Indispensable to the wardrobe of tbe swell 01 ids period. The "coming" wedding cards nro rose colored, large and nearly square. .Mono grams larger UDd more elaborate (bun co lore. Velvet scarfs are becoming popular for evening dress. Tbey pass from tbe left Shoulder tinder the nirht arm, and are last ennlat tbe back of the corsage. J It is universally admitted that fashions for fall and winter will be considerably toned down that tbe endless draperies and disfiguring pollers will offend (bo. eight no mor-'. Ail sorts of what Mrs. P.irtintrtnn ealla "articles of virtue and bigotry" are made of Uussiau leather now-a-days. Some of the prettiest are mouchoir and work boxes made witn heavy plate glass tops, and engraved wim a large mono.'ram. THB rUTHOLEUM AIoXTIII.T. We have received the lirst number oftho IVtrolcum Monthly, a mugazine devoted to the inter esls of tho petroleum trade, published at un Ulty, ny B. V. Irvia and F. II. Bow man. editors and proprietors. As its nanu indicates it will be devoted entirely to the petroleum trade, and should be in the nanus 01 every oil man In the counirv. The urBt number contnins a very Interestins biographical sketch ot E. L. Drake, the reputed discoverer of petroleum, and much omer valuable and interesting Information relating to the oil business. Tho terms ol this excellent magazine are 33.00 dlt an num In advance. Address. J. H. Ti. Managing Editor, Oil City, Ia. Gold at 1 p. m., lllj A "beozined" individual w "OCH BU obaoxious, on Saturday evening by loud -. .uigar laiKiugoa I he street and abuse . .rr une ne met. that one of the by stander Struck out from tbe shoulder" and ...voaei, u.,a qown, thereby serving bim right. i-rKwas as meok as any lamb" af ter boiog brought down to bis common ev el and biting dirt awhile. By a dispatch from Brady's Bend, we learn, that a lire broke out af tho Dr. James well, Armstrong Run, on Saturday evening; wbiab dostroyed tbe engine bouse and der rick, a blacksmith' shop acd three saloons Tbe blacksmith oboo was owned by Mr. Clark, foraenly of Pleasanlville. The James well bad been flowing 100 barrels per day until recently, but was only yielding about twenty barrels at tbe time of tbe Are. We did not iscertaln the damage. ' By a dispatch, from Fagundas City, we learn that the well nwnnil h. n. c.i.... - v ' 1 tii.iiirr land Si Co , of th's place, slatted up ut 250 barrels per day and Increasing. Nkw WKMi.-Tbe Armstrong, Christie Brady well, MoCray farm, was down and avinnienced testinir on fintur.i.. o..i Tlis now yleldiug eight to ten barrels per jr. ifum iuu manoer la which tbe well Fs, 11 is-suppesea there is a split la the villi,.', and that when this defect is reme 0d tbe well will increase in production. out, t rWray Bros. well,.MCray farm, is test- 1 veil owned' by JmeS. McUray, on be ioCray farm, has been tested and I'fovtttc- be a dy bole, NfwWEH..-Well No. 7, I'billips & ylM ease, MaCrayi farm,, commenond "Ming oi Friday end i now yielding 60 t am-ls p cay. The drilling loola- bud. ia.rt y vhl, Vl.u fur btV01j! arae'aufj The SchonectBdy Stur is uiizKlinir itself over the eonundium why girls can dress so tntniy as tbey.do and srill keep warit and reiaiea ine; louowing startling experience "e once rode with a girl in an onen cut ter fifteeu mlfes on one ot the coldest nli-his of winter, and while we sat frozen stiff as a slake, our teeth chattering like castinetn. she kept up an animated conversation, every now and then exd-iluilng: .Oh! Isn't this delightful I Don't you enjoy it?" When we arrived at our destination, not withstanding we were dressed a great deal warmer than our fair companion, she had to lift ns out or the cutter and conduct us to the tropical atmosphere of the kitchen of a farm-house. On the return trip we were frozen to death and she drove the enrn home. It must be that girls are toucher than we men people.'1 0 Flltg IX Vk.VA.NQO ClTV Ahm.l o o'clock Friday morning a lire broke out iu a lubricating oil refinery, in Venango City, belonging to Sylvester Dav. A th r started in a small tauk of oil there was 00 cbanse to extinguish it and the entire es tablishment with a conaiderahln niiAntltv nt oil was entirely consumed. Mr. Day loses nuuui ?d,uuu; no insurance. Latest and Host Jinpitrfant War Iews. London, Oct. 29. Yesterday tbo Frussians msdo attiinpt to cut the line of cotntmiuications between Amiens and Rouen. They were beaten off without accomplish Ing their l j-i t. There was a slight skirmish at Nonnie yesterday, in which the Freucli were suc cessful. Some houses were burned from artillery Bre. The Prussians were driven from the Hold with the less of one gun. Tours, Oct. 29. Owing to the rumor of lixz.Miie's capitu lation. Minister Uambetla bus issued a cir cular lo the prefects saying: I have received from all sides grave re ptrts, the veracity of which, in spite of all efforts cannot boVstablitihed substanti ally. It is said Melz has capitulated. If so, it is well that you linve the opin'ren of the Government on the mattrr. Sucb an event could but be tho result of a crime; the authors of whic.i should be oit'awed. lie convinced that whatever niav arise. nothing can abate our courage in this epcc'.i of rascally capitulation. There e.tliu one. tliin? which neither can nor will capitulate that is the French Ki-j ulilic. Berlin. Oct. 29. News of the einitiilation of Met?, was Communicated to Napoleon yMenlay. The Kmnernr'a hoiiKH ifl i:i irn.nt HiNiiitriiP : " ' iiu vuus.ei uili lull. London. Oct. 29 revolution iu 1'aris or tight! ng at Li Yil- ictb. TiOcnl IVoJi.'.r. j!ht i:i;ci i vi:w I linve just rereiieil a superior quality of Black Dimon.l Coal, for stove or engine tun, the best cm I In t lie miii'Mt Also, Mount .Toy niul White Ash, both goml ii nl 1 1 u s ol I on 1. 2S-ut. U. II. WILLIAMS. ill S. M. lNtlciiaill A Co., I'irV- ! V.v York. ,1 C.n l Knn.ol Jt Pi) . Atlvorllsing AneMti, are Hie sole ncntu for the IV, trnleum Outre Paii.t Hhcobii In Hint eiiy. A't- vertlsiTft in tl.nt city are requi-HteU to loavo tlvoir favors wltli eltluT of tne ntiove houm Tl. I..-......, nLO-..,.....ni ..r i . Cooking Hlovfs may bu loiitltl nt Nicholson A Iiluekinnn'H. V ,t.l Ii.m ik i-.ii. n I ..n Up stairs over Vuueher's Hestuurant, Wash iiiglon St.. lVtroli'iiui Centre, l'a. Ladies ate Invited to c.ill. sept Z'l. -foit repniv,rt n lnr.Ti. nttil u-pll fmanrted stock ol shelf batdwuro ut J. Uutherford's. If. WAl I. t'Al'H'.li t Giuri 's Pull lirnl Men thn I'VlfllMlnn ton flw . 1 1 II I'l III, Uk .1 1VUUII)1JU ,V 1IIULUIUOII i ugenis lor ti'O same. WALL. IML'ISM nt (.. iiik: i:n linos. Cn'ltinTii aud I'uck.-kin (i:oiS in larpi Lasimkm A Ai.hhn. quatitii iei at UCUilt. .Iiirt refoivd tu sh tub Ovstrrs nml shell Clams at L Yoiiclin's. h'MT. :hors is Ourcilizeus should bear In mind tho fA that Mr. James B. Nicholson. r,r lhiio.i..i phia.ast Grand Sire of the Grand Lodge oi me united states, I. O. of O. F-, is to lecture at Sobel's Ilall. this even in or nnUr the auspices of the Odd FbIIowh Lodge of iuis piace. JUS stlbtnet will l,n iim,:,.; , , , 'e" ana unject ot Odd Fellowship." Mr. N. is an auie ana eloqiwt sneaker, and thnr oughly nnderbtands tho subject which ba uo uuosen to lecture upon. We hum. ir. nee a large number in attendance to boar uim. A driller named Adams, at worir nt rrii. Rock, for Mr. W. C. Coulter, contractor for puiuuguown wolls. had bit timmh ,b..n on on Saturday, by a pair of jars accident ally eoming dawn ou it. A foot race of one hundred yards, for a purse or iuu, came off at Barker's Land ing on Saturday luBt. between iha n.r Grant and one of the "Dakotaba" belonging u me muiau scow, urant won easily. loroey ana uranf had a run on tho pre vious Saturday, and Grant won without much trouble. Six young won, boarder.tat a boarding house, in a neiehborinir Clt7. Collnnlitfi sot oral buudredjbed bugs, pinned tbem on a sheet of paper in divisions and reHimnnts. and labelled the paper, '-operations on tbe Uliine, and lett the seat of war to be tnd- ied by the landlady. She hud thorn arrest- ea ior cruelly to animals. Tbe change ul timo ou the :ntril .mil Erie roads v ill take i.iuce tbe fir.a u,,-. i. i j.LSav-eiiiljfi. The Pittsbtireh Post records a new'ahe nomena at the Snimho well at TCittannin.r The well has been sunk 1,023 feet. Though no oil has been discovered, laree ouanilties or salt have lieeu thrown up by the gas. ine salt lsot llnest niialn v. and excellent for use. The Post accordinfly suggests that tho owners proceed to turn this discovery to practical account. Facts alrcadv devel oped show that there is a bed perhupsjan exham tlas supply of ready marie salt witnin one mousmd leet or the surface that only awaiis the adventurous nick axe of the minor, to revol utionize tbe produc tion of salt in this regson, and muke for tunes for those who choose to turn it to account. The people In tbo vicinity of t'.. well are in a state of profound nnd increne ing wenaer over its strange freaks. It un doubtedly opens a new field for scientific explorations. Parker's Lanpixo On. Distkict. Five wells are down and pumping on Lonctroe Island, nearly opposite tho mouth of the Clarion river, au.l four others are drilling. The Glpsey Queen, nn the west fbank of Uovey run, Robinson Farm, baa b.-en tor pedoed once, and has been pumping for several ouys about forty bau els per day The Pharos wsll on the east fcnok of Ilovey run, Robinson farm, has been tor p-uoea twice, and has been unmninB aooui twenty barrels of oil lor some time pant. Tbe Indopendent savs It la I nformeil Mis the Jennings well on Armstrong run. near uraay s liend, was drilled nearly through the third sand during tho oarly part of the ween, anu tDal is has sioca been throw Ing oil in larger quantities than any well on that territory. Itsproductlon is said to be over one Dundroil barrels per day. A new,well was struck on the Siverly .arm, auovo uil City, on Friday, wbleh promises to be a go. paying well. It pumped in six hours ufier itartlnit tlilrtv barrels of oil. The land nnd one-tourii, nf the working interest is owned by P. U. & v . aiverly, tbe balance of tho working In terest is owned by Gurduer and finr. land. The nliici- to 2-t vmir lii.nU nul ut Bruce A Fiil.ers, Main Stren. All styles Itcl-t hartii:M. efteqwr tt.an the ch-'api-st, maile frntn Moll'u's o i s'ook, and warrant (!, ut J. 11. Kn.n's. Buy the "IIhiI lint" Saildlu. innnnlactured in Titusvitle expressly for the oil country ..ids o! wenilier, at J. ii. adapted to all kin iv run s. Go to Bruce c Fullers, Main Slre.-t for your line Boots it Shoes. septl3-tf vAi.r, pirn: at Gbivkks Bros. ORTKNTAL HOT BLAST iPAIILOI! STOYE.S) are in such ffreut (lem-.n.l that i.icnoison cc blucumon cannot supply lue home t r.ule. ocGii. fl'AM. JfAl'EIi at G::irn-s linos. Now is the In-st time In hiv in ft winter supply of hard coal. Coil in,; Lai ,t Cum well are the men to buy from. Neck Ties. variety nt J -.11C 2Htl. Sleeve Iiuttopa in endless T.AMMKItH At.nKH5. " a rv - b'lwHR iV.trok-ir.u lWr ' t not prip'-reil to nirr.e-V n, , ' wyiliiiiK In tbii Imiis.i lurm-liiLi; ij',t. "',s'tlict. toVfi;iiu Tin tiii,, l:tnti-ii:. ' i'siin-y Artieip,, 15 l-HNM A- IrOH f'H(itj; lib'V, l'IM''.N AMI HIvMI- IM-Ktv,, ,. j...vi:i.TV -i i-tii- viViv,priNl All Jol Woi-k iiimnjnly att (!ol to with nt'iitness nml (lis " patfh. Pariirnlar fttteiititmmj in a Gnu Fitting Mai.,''w m oxoollotl in t he Oil 1:. ..;, c . cut Una; (tas ripe. JAMES RUTHERFORD. Tt.3nm, u .tiTICljT " lall wh? Int-Jti-l piitling chhiuiry. In tw;r hnildii-iVi Ihat 1 a.n prepared t.. rurniMi aH STONE rVtl'E wl.lrli Is iu .r.-rv .lv .r, -.. ., ... 11,. half theiosTtuf a brick rhimaer. .rli;.- X. 1. W. KPlTTV 5 Drill Jan tft nnr r-ti.. V trmilH rtnnrlfnlt ntmtnAi last Steel IhWlivz WM'h f'r wir"i!th it.f 1iirnhiiij orr. jihj (Htft 4Illta fi H-I. ioiu.i: III 11 -u Tho Alvuiitaxa Me Claim Oxer l.lnH .Tars are tl.nt, helncAU. STKKI., 1hy aiestri.n-.-i-rilMn Jnrs r-..:..i-d rnrtlv ol !rc-u'i ihat ireitilinr a St.-et surfaiM to th'ro':k, h.y i.n -pruie -"'d Irom v,r un Hie taitnido, anJ ul ktip btir bape lunger. We alio keep mi Mud Cat Iron Working Kprre!. Usher, m is &('. KTUQI.t'.Vlt tl.STK'" Vnr. IS. iscftir. , N !: W A I) V hBT 1SK M E S ''.. MEW STAGE LIME1I ArraiiKumuuts have hK.m Union Railroad depot at Kan,i nn. 500x1000 feet dimensions, to-cott $7jo,'. uuu. ''The entire population of r:i.,oinnii came bare to witness the Red vs. White Slocking match" save a (Jhloar.r. It tock an extra car to transport them. ii uicu H is sarcastic. There was a furious storm nl u-in,i j rain last evoning, which continued noarly all night. Wo learn that several derricks were blown down lu this vieinit. u.i j uv uiuer damage done. Tbe following epitaph may be seen n a tombstone in a Maine: ' "'" 'I lost my lifuon tho racing seas A sovereign God does as he ploasc The Kittery frionds they did appear Between Millor Fiirin- nsid MiaiilUHlKli. Wn litwn riiit ..n n mm. It-.. r v . . ... , i " ' " "i fiJajfia BPiwccn inn .ye poinN. tiixl will ran warm mi l cuniiiirtiihlr ir.A I null- . .Wl . in I' i 1 AUATE, DAMV Co . KtaiSui. 1'roprt.lors AO TICK-. Notico Is horctiy given that Win II. FOSTER has this day w ill drawn by ifinttial cogent ffom the Arm of WM . J. I.V:MS i Co. ' W. J. Ims. "t2" It. P. INNIS. Steam Engines te!.'i".v ",ln"".'d "",! Ki'siNrsni. ST ATI OX A IS V J2 C IX KS. comi,inin2 M . n,lr)R , tlin moiit m u , pl nn.i convHilt).lt form, Imvlni; t.nvi'riiiir. aiulllealtr. c nJ''My("'Z' viuii . ........... .ji our i iiriuu niid Mutioiiuey l i.i,,, m ,,,t on an ,,ti. HMI. i ACtl U & xoitsi:. Jvalon, IIudlMoii Co.. N. V. oi'tlj. -iii. FURNISH ALL CALL -A.3STZD AT rafEhfiTFEED & SALt STABLER! i the Depot, oj)osiic tic Central House, l' F. T R O L K V M S E N TBE PA I'll!! t.wt Work nf MtCJISPI AX' I) HAnni UtiKt'-LS un the Cravk, aie to bo found at mP!onald' lAvvrj. '-lRRIABES & CUTTrRS TO n LET AT ALL TIMES. FKf) A ROAttUEV on treasonable T.-lins. L a 111 in j of all Uhvh ut tended to rnuiiprlv. ryc.lie me ea call. rrtrnlim Centre. Nov. T. JI'DONALP HW. IriNKoliif in X.itn'i!. Tlin (Inn knonn a llntrliuiaou. Crr Co.. rftl'' ers of iH-lriili wn, Is this iIjv rtl.solvr.1 by innnui c.i.s'ul, l.a-ic 1. Knupo rellrltiK Tlie bfl-in,"f'B will lie continued by lluichlnion rr. a' nmlllll of 11 1.,.A' H.trt. K'lm will ...tile all a',l,' ,.f th.i..UI eVm. r.ti.lv,. -.11 Kill, nixihi. Ill M .lAftrM Slid Ull all contracts. JAMKri llt' iTtiHSS, unni . iitn. ISA AO I. KNAIT. llnlnd relrnleum Centre. Ott. Pi WtF. S11 Ovater mill Clan. Stnw.4. those oVi' f tuned ones, at Voucher's. a a j.i.i. i . .......n..rl fi-nmi the 71. omiiu lien J.iei ll-.ll.ll-'W East with a largo stock of ciliuesanrt tM ....... .. ?. n, . J!.. .I...ld' latest siyies oi upt-ra ioe i.auiea .... ec.n-ii. COD2NGT OIV I CORlMWEii V rclioleuut Cviitre, Pa., Oct. lil-tf, (IRADES OF 1 west Hates. TAND. .tTjfl rfj j r - was."!