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BaoescM is) Mcfaitaad, Smith Co.,) Merchant TailorSl Gents' Fnrnishiiis: Woods, COR. SPRING FRANKLIN STS., TITUSfjfjLE, PA Have pat la one of the ieeet aesor.msnts oj I VL01II8& CA8SIMERES ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN COATINGS, MIXED AND STRIPED SUITINGS, FANtaf VESTINGS. Iver offend In the OU Begton. TWENTY DIFFERENT STYLES OF HATS Sc CAPS, All the Latest and Nobblwt Styles. A FUWlLINK OF Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c. etroleum Centre Daily Record. Pel. Cntre, P., Monday Mr,7.. Olvlne Service. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services ever; Sabbath at 11 A. M. and 16 P. M. Sabbath School at 12J f . M. eat free. A cordial Invitation exteud- d to all. Rev. P. W. 6cofikjj, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Preaching at 11 o'clock A. M., aod 7, O'clock r. at. D. PATTON, Pastor. Petroleatm Ceotte Lodge, X Tia, I. O. oi O. r . Regular meeting nlgbtt Friday, at 7 'ciock. eigneo. ALBERT GLENN, N. G. E. O'Flahrrtt, A Seo'y. fjrPlace f meeting, Mala St., opposite MOUiiniocK none. A. O. of L'. W. Liberty Lodge No. 7, A. O. of U. W., meets every Monday evening at 7 o'clock, In Odd Fellow' Ball. Petroleum Centre, Peon'a, A. Glks, M. W. a it v n Gold1 at 1 p. m. 11 3)4 Lait evening, Rev. D. Pstloo, paator ol tlie Presbyterian Society ol tbia place, das IlTered bit farewell sermon to oil parlablon ri and tbe public, be Intending to leave a announced io tbe Rgcurd tome day ago lo tbe course ofbla remarks tbe Rev, gen tlemen alluded feelingly to hia connection with tbe toclety ; tbe labor be bad under gone In striving to do bla duty In tbe Mat ter'! cauae, and bla sorrow at being com polled to part with bla congregation all of whom bad become eoleared to bint In tbe atrongaat bonda of friendibip. Tbe sermon was an appropriate one to tbe occasion, and will long be remembered by all who beard It. We trust the Rev. gentleman's health may be ultimately restored by tbe change and tbat be may long be spared lo labor io tbe Master's vineyard. Moan time tbe many pleasant memories associated wltb bis min istration here will not soon be forgotten by bost of friends. - We bare been shown some elegant and beautirul specimen of gold mounted hair jewelry and wax flower and statuary, tbe work of Miss M. K. Hartsoo, wbo Isat pres. ont mopping at tbe McClintock House The work I executed la the blgbeet style ol tbe art, and proves tbat lady to be e skilled end proloieot enisL Those of our cllieos wbo desire something really nice In theway of jewelry or wax work, should pay Mis Hartsoo a call and examine bar speoimeos in tbat line, Tbe MeCrey House changed bands lull morning, Mr. Blackmao retiring, bis mo cessoi beiug Mr. W. R. Spear.. Mr. S. has beea connected with tbe bouse for a loag time and fully understands tbe wants ol his patrons. We wisb him success in bis new undeitakiug. Elsewbere will be fouud tbe result of Sat Itrday's primary eleolluo. We are Indebted lo our friend Nields, the geouemeaiy manager of the W. U. TeL of nee in mis piece, lot many favors In tbe way oi oeare Items, Ao. .Thanks! A Detroit couple drove up to tbe pirson's V UHI 1KU in aV Dill 14 flu ft Result of the Election. Special dispatch lo tbe Record. Oil Citt May 273 p. m. The successful candidates arc Gllflllan, Dunoan, McCreary, Connely, Crawford, Shaw, Turner, aod probably Letsbaw. Dick. Tbb Election. Below we give the vote at-the Repuhlicao primary election beld oo Saturday, for this precinct; Congress, Dickey, 1S Gilflllan, , 26 Senate, Duncan, ' 150 Wbann, Braden, 8 Assembly, Reynolds, . 92 McCreary, 6 Protbuoatory, Haight, J 13 71 1 122 f 109 75 91 25 IS 15 70 5 1 9D 9 Crawford, Reynolds, Associate Judge, Richardson, Conuoly, Register 4 Recorder, Barr, Shaw, County Commissioner, Hlxon, Woir. Turner, Watermen, Auditor, Davidson, Latshaw, Hughes, County Committee, Parker, Johnston, Constitutional Convention, Beebe, , 56 The return, as far as beard from, seem to indicate tbe nomination of Gllflllan for Congress, Turner lor Commissioner, Dun can for State Senator, Sbaw for Register aod Recorder, aod probably Crawford for Pio Ihonatory. Niw Stbikks. On Wednesday ol last week a well owned by Mitchell & Howe, on the Fee Farm, Sugarcreek township, wss completed and la yielding twelve barrels per dsy. Tbe well Is located oo a ten acre lease owned by MUchefl & Howe, wbo will put down several new well. On Thursday last Havens & JMaget trade a big strike oo tbe Galloway farm, Sugar creek township, adjoining tbe Fee Farm, which proves that, tbe "oil bell" iaof great width. This well was completed oo Tues day, but it did not yield largely till Thurs day, when it sss torpedoed, and immedi ately Commenced throwing oil ut tbe rate of one hundred barrels per day. This trine has caused unusual excitement among operators, and territory I lining rapid ly leased and rigs eroded. Venango Citlzet. Pclick News Mr. Charles M. Black, man, )roprieiar ol tbe Rochester House', was attempted to be arrested on Friday last at tbe instance of one McCeltnoat, wbo claimed tbat Blackmau owed him a sum of money for professional services, and that be Intended lo defraud bis creditors by leaving town. Ubarley "wouldn't have it that way," and MeCalmont becoming aomewhat obstropulous was ordered to leave tbe prem. ises, wbico be did in a hurry. Mr. Black man, it is proper to state, bad no intention of leaving, and did not propose to he im posed upon in that manner. Subsequently tbe matter was adjusted. There were several "drunk." on the streets, Saturday nigbl, but no arrests were made. Nkw Eighty Barrel Well at Casii- Ur As old Doo Kelley used lo say, "you can't most always tell in this blasted coun try," and those wiseacres tbat considered Cash Up aus gespielt have come to grief. Messrs. Wallace & Chase have struck an eighty barretter on their four acre lease oo tbe tract owned by Grandln, Elaber, Cush- Ing et al. Tbe royalty beiog one half, It is not a bad thing to have in a email family. Tidiome Journal. Akotukr Lipisl Sen.! These libel suit. don't stiefc. Tidloutebsd a "sensational" of this kind within tbe memory of tbe oMes t Inhabitants; but, like old Zip cooo, tbe parr ties "come down" without wailiog tor be shot at. But Mr. Wicker seems to bava the Inside track and, If we are not very much mistaken, .will come out ahead. But, Char ley, we are sorry the affair was sprung so soon, it will spoil a little champagne light tbat might bave resulted in favor ol the per ty ol tbe ' soaodaloua" part. However, we shall anxiously look for the "rich develope- meot" you bava promised the public. Tidioute Commercial. Two mild housewives of Allegheny, Pa., entered a saloon where their spouses were oirouelug, aod delivered a temperance lec ture unto them with oowbidea. Dolly Varden neckties for gentlemen bave appeared. Well, a Dolly Varden around one's neck Isn't su bad after all. Nothing Half ao tWect lu Llfe.B The following extract from a New York girl's diary is given by Eli Perkins la ibe Commercial Advertiser. The young lady la supposed to have leached her twentieth birthday: , "Nineteen lo-day and I'm too happy to live! How lovely tbe park looked this moroiag. How gracefully tbe swans swam on tbe lake, and bow tbe yellow dandellous lifts-d np their yellow faces all smllesl Albert dear Albert, passed mamma sod I, and bowed so gracefully! Mamma frown ed at him. O, dearl I am not quite happy. Last oigbt my flist ball, and Albert was there. Four times be came aod I let him put bis name oo my card then mamma frowned savagely. Sba said I ought to be ashamed lo waste my time with a poor fel low like Albert Slnclatr.ajTheu she brought up old Thompson, that horrid rich old wid ower, and I bad to scratch Albert's name oft. When Albert saw me dancing with Thompson tbe color came to .his cheeks aod be only just touched tbe ends ol my liugers in tbe grand chain. O, dear, oneot Alberts little fingers is worth more than old Tbomp son's right arm. How stupidly old Tbomp son talked, but mamma smiled" all tbe time. Once she tipped on the sboulder and said in a low, harsh voice, "be agreeable Lizzie, for Mr. Thompson is a great catch." Then Thompson, tbe stupid old tool, tried to talk like tbe young fellows. He told mo I look ed "stunning," said tbe ball was a "swell affair, and then asked me ride up to the park in his lour-borse drag. Bab! Mother says I must go, but O, dear I'd rather walk two blocks with Albert than ride in a chariot with the old dryed workers. After supper such ao eveot took place. Albert joined me, and after a lovely waltz we wandered into tbe conservatory and had a nice confidential chat together. It la wonderful how we both like tbe same things. He admires tbe beautiful moon so do I. I love tbe stars, and so does be! We both tike lo look out of the opeo winduw;and we both liked to be near each other tbat is I know 1 do. Albert dote on Longfellow, and O, don'tl! I like Poe, aod so does Albert, and tbe tears fairly started (but AN Iwrl didn't tee them) when he repealed soft ly in my ears: "For tbe moon never beams without bring ing me dreams. Of my beautiful Annabel Lee; And the stars never rise, but I feel tbe brhrht eves Of my beautiful Annabol Lee." and a good deal more besides, about love and tbe sounding sea. What a nice, seneilile talk Albert and I bad. First, we begun talking about tbe soul bow destiny sometimes bouud two Soul together by an invisible chain. Then we considered tbe mission of man and wo man upon tbe earth bow tbey ought to comfort aod support each other In sickness and in health. Aod then Albert quite startled me by asking me if I had ever er. ed for any ope? And when 1 said "Yes, papa and mamma," he laughed and said he did not mean them, and then I felt quite hurt, and tbe teats would come into my eyes, for I do love mamma, even if she doet make me dance with that horrid old Tbomp sou, with bit dyed whiskers. Then Al bert leaned his face towards mine. I 'felt bis mustache almost touch me as he wblss pered suoh nice words in my ear. He told me bow be had longed lor an opportunity lo speak lo me alone now and then I was so bsppy, lor I trfcew be was going to say something very nice indeed when Ma, with tbat dreadful old widower, oame along end Interrupted us, "Come, Lizzie, you gd with Mr. Thompson, 'tor I want to present Mr. Sinolalr to Miss Brown," and then Ma O, dear sbe took Albert and piesented blm to tbe girl that I bate worst of anybody in school. I didn't see Albert again, lor when he came around, Ma said, "Lizzie it looks horrible to be teen danoiug with Albert Sinclair all the evening. You ought to be ashamed of yourself." O. dear I look Ilka aflrlgbt I know I do, but I hope I shall look better when Ins Albert'on the avenue to-morrow. Let's see. I wonder if be won't write to me? But I'll see him when bo walks up from business to night maybe. Suicide, on SoutU aidln Street. A man named Leslie committed euloide this morning at bis residence on Seutb Maio Street. Hit wife and oldest son left tbe bouse at 7 c'olock to go out to work, leaving tbe younger ton at work in tbe gar den... About 10 o'clock he went into tbe bouse, and found bis father banging la a narrow stairway, by a strong rope fastened above- When found life was entirely ex tinot. Mr. Leslie wsa forty-four' years if age, aod has been subject to temporary fits ol insanity for a number or years, Instnily teems to be hereditary io the family, three of bis lather's family beiog now i.i tbe asy lum. He leaves a wife and two sons. j jnseuviiie.uepuoucan, t tida-. SO BEL fc AUERHAIM 1872. NEW GOODS! 1872 Important to our Patrons and SOBEL A U E R H A I M, Htvlng ju.t returned from Hew York wa are BOW opening out the LARGEST rttCCK of ranmer Ever brooch! to Pstrolausa Centra, comprising the latest allies fof DRESS GOODS, DOLLY VARDEN Casmeres BLACK. COLORED AND STBIPED SILKS. IRISH P0P1INS, Japanese Silks, Shawls, m Gimnure Laces, Hosiery, Gloves Ready-Hade Linen Salts, A lA tk marm Anal inlt(ttnn nf MlTT.TNP.RY GOODS! AfXA U.UalX 1 elaJaVU sfc w sv - rw w vv'WVaWU i,iuiES and GENTS FITUNISIlllVG GOODS, Carpets, (Ml Cloths, Trunks, Valises, Satchels, &e., &c. ir Please call early and examine for yourselves? declSf ' ,SOBEI,&AlTPsniIAIM. The Oldest Established Dry Havb Yod Sxbm IIir! A lady who for the last 4 yeart bat been a leader of fashion in New York, and wto may be seen twice a veek In ber elegant caleche driving a pair of superb ponies iu Central Park, bat re contly stated, io fne select circle to wbiob sbe belong, that the only article In exist ence which Imparts beauty and InsHeto the complexion without;nlllmately Impair ing the texture ortbeekin and causing It to collapse aud wrinkle, is Hagan's Magnolia Balm. The name of th distinguished mem ber ol tbe beau monde wbo made this dec laration cannot with proprioty be made, hul It may be mentioned en passant tbat she has spent several years ;of ber lite ln? Eu rope and Is familiar with all1 thearts aod preparations employed by tbe court beau ties of tbe world to enhance their charms.. LiRGB Sai.k op Kkai- Eutatic. Mr. C. D. Angell, a few days ago, sold lo Messrs. Vandergrift & Fortnao and TaylSr & Setter Held, his interest In the pll tract extending from Mt. Hope to Scrubgrass, and lo three farms at Parker's Landing, for tbe sum or $155,000. A few days previous to tfil last sale Mr. Angell sold Usr. Culver A Lam bing Oil interests to the amount ol $35,000 Although he still holds shares in some 4,000 sores ol valuable property on tbe Allegheny River. Mr. Angell intends to give the greater part of bis attention to the manage ment of tbe Maple Grove Coal Company, of wbiob be is President and tbe principal stockholder. MlSRKI'KKNis station. A statement ap peared in the Erie D spatcb, of Satutday week, that has been extensively copied by our exchanges, concerning tbe firm of Mo Cray, Rockwell & Co., or tbis city. Tbe article slates that the fltm bad tailed owing to the absconding of the junior member of the firm, taking wltb biin or misappropria ting a large sum belonging to tbe same. Tbe whole statement is incorrect, and is an actol gross injustice to all the members ortbefirm. Oo the date of Its publicstion Mr. Rockwell was in Oil City, lo company with Mr. McCray. Since that time tbe firm hat been dissolv ed by mutual consent of all parties, and tbe business satisfactorily arranged. As no good ground existed for tbe publication made by tbe Dispatch, we are sure tbey will take pleasure in correcting tbe false impres sion tbeir article baa made. Tbe firm has enjoyed an excellent busi ness reputatloo, aod its member! are de serving of no such unjust suspicion a the article of the Dispatch would Infer. pOil City Register. , It is said tbat solar light exercise a re markable influence on petroleum oils. Ex posed to light tbe oils absorb oxygen, and change It into ozone, without themselves formiog any cbemioal compound with tbe ozone, which remains at liberty In th oil and oxidizes anything it oomss In coolaot with. The oil, however, are greatly obsng ed when they contain ogone; " tbey burn with difficulty, it is said, and increase in density. If in corked bottles, tbo cork decay Ironftbe action of tboozone. BTbe Tidioute Driving Park Association was fully organized last night, and a trans fer of tbe lease made by Mr. Crawford. Tbetollowing gentlemen are Ibe officers elected: President E. B. Grandln; Vice President Goodwin Mead; Treasurer W. S. Grandln; Secretary Geo. H. Abrens, Jr.; Directors A. H. Cummings, S. Tip too, M. & Cusbing, M. P. Gitcbell, and. JobnToukin Tidioute Journal, A romantio couple, not a great way from here, named tbeir infant daughter Carewa, That' was about eighteen year ago, ana the boy ate al it sow. DRY GOODS, AC. the public at large ! lrg (Probst MILLINERY ftnoilo iioocia nouse on uu ifreek. Local IVotlne. Girl Wanted. A girl wanted to do housework In a tm.n family. Eonuireof MRS. J. M. HOYLEi Petroleum Centte. p.i, May 27, 1872. may 27-lw. Fur Mile 15.000 to 20,000 feet of SECOND HAND Tl'RIVr; t Irnm 91 If. V, at. ... r. Tbe Tubing it lo first clans order sod ill ready lilted. April Z3. tr. II. II. WARNER. Take Aotlce. All. parties knowing themselves indebted to tbe firm ol Scberinerborn i Ten Ejck. flour and feed dealers, are requested to call at tbeir store, on Washington Street, and settle the same immediately, at IbeylDteoi to close out their business. , SCIIKHMEBIIOIIV & Tkm Eves- Petroleum Centre, Msy 21, 1872 tf. M' CHAV HUU8E, Washington street, Petrolenn Centra, Fa ' WILLIAM R HI'S Alt, I1onusTo. ' This House I centrally located, and the leaerii hetulnuarterft uf oil men. Petroleum Centre, l'a.. Nj27, tr,t -tr. New Goods! L. GUAIOWlTCIf, Merchant Tailor ! Has Jnxt returned from New York wi'h ttw lent sMrtiuul uf t'OHBiUN AND 1XI.M liSl'IU Cloths, Cassinieres, and .Vesting, Rnltaht for Men's and Bo's We. r. ever eruuijlitta Petroleum Centre. Alao, a full hue of GENTS' FUBNISIIiNG GOODS. CTSTOM WOHK promptly attended to, indfood fits unarnnteed. The people of tlili nbunand vicinity on nny bel ter Oloitiiu of me, and 85 f KK iKNT t HaAr--Eli than in Titiulllc, Oil City or eljcnnere. Give we a rail. Ii. GKAFOWITCH, Next Door lo Smith' Hloii, Wash- liig-tou-MU, Pel. Ceulro. Pa. "- Just from New York.. A SPLENDID STOCk OF SPRING OVERCOATS. To the Citizens of Petroleum Centre and vicinity. I bsve just received tbe largest stock or SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING A full stock of Straw Goods. Now lo tbe Oil Country, and can and will sell cheaper than any other man In tows. TO XjTSr FKEITDS ' I ask you to call and see before P""" ing elsewbere, as it I lor your beue Bt 1 sni doing tbis. Don't be led astrsy, bet stop aa examine my stock before going to any ctner place, ej bave the LARGEST STOCK OF HATS Ever before offered In tbe Oil Country. Also, tbe finest stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods ,nth..oun.ry.8oBEli JsTGAFFNEY keep ",wnU' J? band Scotch Ale and Loodon Potter, eipeo (ally for family use. S M. Pctteaglll & Co. n. . . . o ttAiirella 00 rare; now, new loca, ana vwv. Advertising Agent, ere tbe sole agents ae 7 troleum Centre Daily Kboood in ai w vertlien In that eltv are iwinested to leae w fa Tort with either of toe above booses LIVE AND LET LIVE I Just received at Mease Arinstrows Flour aod Feed Store. 1,800 bushels ex WHITE OATS, which will be sold id" est cJb prices! ' c29-tf.