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ISooonmi to McTarleod, Emlto Co. J Merchant Tailors! ASD DBA LITIS IH Gents Furnishing Goods, COR.J3PRINQ & FRANKLIN 8T3., TITCSValiLE, PA. Hui pit ta ana .of ta. flaast ewomaerjtao, 1 VLOJI1S& CA88IMERE8 isc Lisa, FRENCH AND AMERICAN COATINGS, MIXED AND STRIPED SUITINGS, FANCY VESTINGS, aftwfflersdjA,UiOUBglen. TTtftNTT DIFFERENT STYLES OF HATS &c CAPS, 1L til latest and Nobbiest Btyles. A FULL UNI OF 'Gente' Furnishing Goods, fec. r'etroleum Centre Daily Record, . ant re, Pa., Tuesday Jnly 9. IMyIu Sorvlc. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services every Sabbatb at 11 A. M. and iX P. M. Sabbath School at U P. M. ata free. A cordial Invitation extend ed to all. Kiv. P. W. ScoriiLD, Paator. PRE9BTTERIAN CHURCH. Preaching at 11 o'clock A. M., aod 7! o'olook P. H. . D. PATTON, Paator. Petrolenm Centre Lodge, Ho i T15r I. O. of O. F. - Regular meeting night Friday, at 8 o clock. Signed. ALBERT GLENN, N. G. E. OTladkhtt, A Seo'y. (jprluce of meeting, Main St., opposite JUCLitWIOCK nouse. A. O. of V.- W. Liberty Lodge No. 7, A. O: of U. W., meets evnrv Monday evening at 8 o'clock, in Odd Fellow'i Hall, Petroleum Centre, Penn'a. A. Glk.v, M. W. 8. II. Kookir, R. Gold at 1 p. m. 11 3)6 Oik Nbwi A new wall wia completed on tbe Hyd (arm, tipper BennehofT Run, on Friday eight Hart, and teating wai to have eommaooed yeeterdey. The well it owned by Ibo Oetav Oil Company, of Tl- tusvlll, and had fifty teat of a very fin quality osaod, similar to that found on lb McCray Hill and Dalzall farm. When the toola were down for tbe laat time the4e bad nearly 300 feat of oil In lb AgVjtd well I eonOdenlly expeoted. The company Have now tore well pumping doing re opeelively 75, 20 and It barrel per day, They bave alio three welt drilling in ad dition to tb on completed Friday, aod It 'their Intention to commence twork on several otbere at one. Thl newly devel oped territory la gradually approaching Pe Itoleum Ceotte, and we look for important resulla before long. Tb well oo tb A. Pino farm, owned by our townsmen, Messrs. Woods, Irwin and Kffhart utlll k. Mmnl.l Mllhl. . I. - ten or fifteen day a, aod ea lile located In tb aana Una with tb Byda farm, there ault is witched wjtb great anxiety by oper ator, and should it prove favorable many new wane will be started al once. PaREOxn..Our friend, Mr. Ambrose Weaver, auperinteadent of r. O. F. Sohon blom'a lower store, ft town bla morning on a pleasure trip to Niagara Fai.' and in termedial points. ; wa wish him good lima aod a rare trip home. , The New York Central Railroad shops at' West Albany ware burned on Saturday Sixty loaded freight cara war also deslrov t il. Loss $90,000. ' Messrs. Russell St Arnold bava recently op oedaoew billiard ball, on Sycamore etreet, Oil City. Tbeir room ia fitted up In li-g.ot atyle, and contains six tabids of tbe latest and moat Improved Styles. Those ol cur cnli.ns visiting Oil City, after trans acting it.lr busiuets, will Cud tb. new bil liard r.i to a desirable pboo- lo pass a pleas ut hour io, aod lurtbar Ibey will be baud aomely aalerlalued by Messrs. Hi A A. who flty undeisuod hnw l0 do tile agieenale by tbeir psiiuns. , G rambler of ATeittpaperi. j Horace Greeley tbui lilta the Dill on the brad: "It ia strange bow closely men read the papan. We never say any tb log that anybody don't like, but we toon bear of It, aod everybody tells ua of It. If, however, once lo a while, wo happen to lay a Rood tblog, w never bear of that; nobody tcemi to nolle l bat. We may pay some man a bandied Compliments, and give blm a doten puffs, and he takes It all ai tribute to bla greatneta, and be never think It doe blm any good. But If wa happen to say tbloga tbla man don't like, or something that b Imagine ia a reflection on him or bta char acter, tee how quick ha flare op aod gate mad about It. All our avlla are duly ebarg ed to ui, but we aover, appare tly, gel any credit for wbat wo do. Mayor Dave W. Kinney, of Allemsgooze- luro City, waa not behind hi neighbor in a Fourth of July celebration. The day was celebrated in an appropriate manner by all band, and in tbe evening a pleasant social parly waa given at tb Metropolitan Ex change. Hotel, together with a fine display of firework. Mrs. WilkioB, tb well known landlady of that bouse, fairly out did her self In getting up lourib of July dinner, which fact waa duly appreciated by those who partook of tb aame. We acknowledge an iovitation to be present, but other du ties prevonled our atlendsnce. Still we.are satisfied that all present had a good time, a they never do tiling by half at Allema- gaozelum. The tribe of Improved urdir of Red Men about to be organized at this place vil prove success. The charter for a new tribe baa been granted, and everything la In readiness. The members will meet at Odd Fellow Hall, Thursday, July lltb, at 2 p. tn., and proceed at once to business. They will .bold two sessions one at 2 p. m., ana one at 8 p. m. Those who are anxious to be oo Ibe war path and g! into aotlve soalplng are requested to be present. No man with oil oo his bair will be admit ted. The wigwam will contain all who can aurviva a whiff of tbe "pipe of peace." Tbe rapid gtowtb of this order bids fair towards its future prosperity. Still In its infamiog, tbe tribes in this State alone, number forty- Ova thousand members. Petroleum Centre la not behind lo any enterprise which will conduce socially lo lis citizens. We have not tbe least doubt but that not many months will elapse before nearly all tb old territory around this place wll' again be made lo produce oil in paying quantities'. The history of the region proves It, and also provea tbe theory ad vanced by as heretofore, that oil was con tinually generating In tbe bowels of the earth,-and that played out territory would again yield oil; Five years ago tbe Fuok ville Flat were abandoned, tbe oil having all been pumped out. Now there are six wells pumping yielding an average produc tion of 60 oarrela per day. Tbe aame may be said of tbe Sherman Fiats, which ate now producing over 190 barrel per day, and constantly Increasing. That much ol the other territory could aod will eventual ly produce again there ia not the least aouoL From Mr. O. F. tfchonblom. Vice-Presi dent of tbe St. Louis & Titusvllie Mintns Company, we learn that all Ilia alock in the company nas been taken, and that active development- oflbelr coal mines In tbe State ol Mtssonri will soon commence. - The coal on tbeir tract is thoroughly Impregna ted with oil, and It Is Ibe intention of tbe company lo have tb coat mined first, -ml then subject to a process similar to that id use in tbe old country fur distilling oil from tbe shale rock. The affair of tbe compa ny are under the management of Mr. James isurns, an old resident ot oor town aod a praotloal and experienced miner. Friend Scboobtom appears sanguine that the com pany's traot ta rich in mineral wealth, and wa sincerely trual bla hope may be realiz ed. . A lame party of gypsies are encamped oo me Dalzall Flats, near Ibe resldenca of Peter Kinney. Last nlgbt tbey were visit ea by large number of people, many of curiosity and olhara lor the purpose out of having tbeir fortunes told. Owners ot i.ip. . .ukuui, a,u , wuuiu uo wen to keep hi .).:..... ... ,j j .. . i waicn 01 invir roosting places, as long at bcrbood. By i "fer.'DCe to tbe advcrlimmeot pub lished alsowbere, It will be seen thai oo Saturday eftt,rnoQo next, there will be racea on the Ualzell t Mt. oeiween several well known horses of lbh' plsi1 and Rouseville. Tbosa who take dellizbt In torse racinz will do well to lake notice, is jots .if sport may oe aolioipated. Arefresbing abower Ibia afirrnouo. The Democratic Natiooal Convention meets at Baltimore to-day. Wy to-morrow w shall probably know who the nooilneas atft Severity I neither required oor practiced by successful tamersof wild animals. There Is oo course ot treatment that so quickly and effectually subdues tbe ferocity of eavega beeets or birds of repetitions of kindness. Even lions, tigers, tbe grizzly bear of Oali forDia,' and tbe polar bear maybe taught sets of obedieaoe by simply gaining tbeir confidence. As loon as tbey are satisfied that no barm la Intended, of which all car nivorous animal seem to entertain an; in stinctive apprehension at tbe baod of man, they become doolie comparatively, as lar as compatible nudet a deprivation of liberty, aod regard tint ti friend. Fear should not be exolted. A single blow Is never for gotten, ilnoe ever after they atand oo tbe defeoaive; nor oan their distrust be over come with some of them by years of te ded intercourse. In' tbe process ol breaking burses and oxen, which simply mean teach. mg them what is expected of them, neither whip nor chains are necessar;. Bepreti tioos of kinds acts, with soft words, never fail of being understood by them. NOTtS OF THE DAY. A manufactory of cement pipe baa been started at Davenport, Iowa. A flourishing town In Kentucky, in tbe mountains, has never been visited. A movement has been inaugurated In Richmond, Ta., for the establishment of an asylum for abandoned women. Mrs. Plum, of Marengo, Illinois, lately extracted a porcupine quill from ber ilesb which was lodged there fortyfive years ago. Antonio Pirrettl, the great copperplate engraver of Ibis century, died recently in bis 80th year, at Florence, bis native City. A tame doer belonging to Frank Parker, of Cordova, Minnesota, gave birth to four lawns the other day, three of which atill itirvive. The Bigelow Carpet Company of Clinton, Mass., bave recently presented tbe sum of $500 to each of tbe five religions societies in town. Slnct tbe street sales of newspapers have been permitted In Paris, tbe aggregate cir culation of daily papers in that oity ha in creased 100,000. A ten pound trout was caught near Lake City, Florida wliicb, wben opened, was found to contain! a large rat and a striped anake two feet lung. The town of pirt In Spain io the island of Trinidad as one of Ibe Sola! In the West Indies. It wne built mainly of stone after tbe destruction' of th6 eld town by fire in 13t8. It is a good plad' to speak little of per sons, and never ill of one, unless by silence you wrong your neighbor. You can trust no man who unnecessarily speaks against another. 1 Tbe famous statue of Armlolus, l!berator of Germany, who defeated tbe Romana un der Varus, will soon be completed aod erec ted on tbe spot where he achieved bis vlcto-'J- A correspondent of Ibo Tilusvillo Sunday News, writing from this place says: "A rumor has prevailed on our streets lor day or two past that IbeCeolral House' of which Messrs Cross McOmber are tbe popular landlords, was soon to be closed. We are pleased io stale the fact that such Is not tbe cuse. Tbe closing" of this popular bouse would'not only be serious' inconvenience lo oar citizens, but would' also be regretted by tbe ninny travellers wbo have bad oc casion to partake of tbe botp'itality o Messrs. C. 4 M." Ail of which Is true lo tbe bost of our knowledge and belief. The Central has always been among tbe -beet cuoducled house in tbe region, and It closing hould be anything but aatislactory lo our pec-P"- . Tbe annual regatta ot tbe North Western Amateur B feting Association, Cmmence at Erie, to morrow. Some iivelv rowing? ! hexpected aa several boat clubs from Sagi naw, Detroit, and other point bave entered tbe lists. The continued dry weather uas caused a number of tbe wells io Wild OaUHollow, to run dry. P.ain is badly needed. On Friday night last a terrible boiler ex plosion ocsurred at tbe Woodward well Miks 4 Gillespie fsrm, Fagundas, which resulted in the death of Mr. John Aikens, the engineer. Mr. A. was in the derrick at the tine and was struck ia tbe forehead by a piece of tbe boiler, lie waa aged 35 years and leaves a family lo morn his iocs. The remains were taken to Buffalo for Inter meat. Alexander Gilchrist, one of Ibe early pioneers or ibis region, died at Fagund .s Saturday morning. The remains were bur ied at T Id inula l.y ibe Free Masons. Tbe ladies of Paris, Kv.. are l.,r,ni . , aiill-snf sk,-vll-oryuur-Dijiilib(ir society". SOBEL & ATJERHAIM 1872. NEWGQQDS! 1872. Important to our Patrons andtU puUic ai large t SOBEL A U E R H A I Bl, Having jti.t rtlumed from Hew York sr. are now opening out tb. LAMEST STOCK of iSniitta Kverbrougfit to Frfrolsnm Centre, comprising the latest styles of DIUJSS GOODS, BOLL VARDEN Casmeres BLACK, O0IOKIB AND STRIPED SILKS. IRISH P0P1ISS, Jatwnese Silks, Shawls, (Jiinpurc Laces IIoicry, Gloves, Rraily-Hade Linen mms, ' Also, a very fine selection of MILLINERY GOODS ! MILLINERY GOOBs Carpets, Oil Cloths, Trunks, Valises, Satchels, &c, &e. dec.!" Pie.se call early and examine for u Al'FItll AIM. The Oldest Estntilished Dry Gooda House on Oil Creek. A gentleman "highly respected by ti e entire community," and living in Shelhy ville, Kentnckw, had a peculiar fancy lor .collecting snakes. In hie office were to be found living specimens of the most veno mous snakes to be seen in the region In whl:h be dwelt. It wa quite 5 cheerful slglit to a visitor who entered the genlle maci'siaRCtura to see one anaks coiled up on a chair, another on a lounge, another on a table-, aod others lying about on tbe carpet In ciellghtful promisctidusnJs though it must be confessed the view was by oo.mesns a reaa suring one. Last week tbis ophidio mania o met with a serious accident. He capiurt'da small gatter snake, aud without allowing it to get used to it changed qua" ters. pla ced It In bis bat, and put tbe bat on bis hs ad. Tbe result was that bis bat became tc a small for him in a very abort lime, aod statement appeared in the morning pa,i urs tbnt the late lamented was a man of unu sual liberality and bis loss will he severely If. 1 1 by the poor of the neighbor hood. His wii'ow, with a lack of affection ate rememberan O that was remarkable, exs pressed no desire to keep any memento of the lond departed., but boiled tbe outire lot ot suakes and threi v them away. New Orleans' fore) gn commerce indicates a rapid extension. 1 'wenty ocoao ateam shlijs now ply betweeii this port and Eutope Two lines run to Gen tan porta, and two others to Liverpool, '.Titbin the present year there will be five Hi es running lo Brit inti ports, and in tbe exp, rts St. Louis will be fully represented. Connecticut Is excited ltecauss yenng lady of Bradlord ha been i 'aught at rob bing Ibe mails. Wny, blet the unsophisti cated Yankee heart, this IV wbat womrn bave been persistently doll if ever s nee Eve robbed Adam of hi ahk iff of Para dise. Mrs. Fanny Jordoo, tbe brilliant Cincln natianess, wbo has been playing tl e confi dence game on kings and count noJ such fools generally in Europe, I back In Alk vis ca, and propose to try the heart an,1 purse gathered at Newport this season. - Abou)$135 was realized over, and abqre expenses at the Catholic pic nic, 'held bn tbe fourth or July. A that church I some what in debt yet, tbe money comes lu sn appropriate time and will be applied to wards liquidating tbe in debtedness. A terrible ooal mine disaster occurred at Limaville, Ohio, a day or two since, by wbiob leo men and boys were killed by tb foul air taking'fire and exploding. The New York Wo'rldjg correspondent af. mires tbe regularity of Ibe, Dorchester girl who ke4s over -lb. a fit a 4 o'clock every aftyrfloy at lbs Jubilee. ' Anna Perkins, a beautiful blonde, has tfeen appointed liquor ageft at Dalton. N- H. Tbe beautiful bride of a Danish nobleman recently bad her arm severed from its trunk in a New Jersey railroad amashop. NINER COLTER. At tbe residence of the Rrlris's mnlh.F. In Pi.,-.. 5" ' , . viuicim I JPriT" a on ih 9th of July, Mr. Gen. V7. Niner to and Miss Adda Colter. r i ?.910 officiating. ' COLTF!!r:r'trr. .... ... . 'a TilUiville, ptt., Mr. W. H. Colter of Pe- wpnirr, io miei w.j. (jrove. ot Tilusvillo, Kev. St. Clair, offiolaiing. With the above notice came a liberal do on lion of greenbacks lo tbe printer, conse quently bis sincere wish is that a inn. .i happy life may be theirs, and that no clouds may come io mar;thelr wedded bliss so aus piciou.ly legnu. Good luck, to one and !l, - DRY GOODa. &0 A young lady wbo waa recently dying from having worn corsets, sang ' I would ot live always, I ask not to stay.'' "Take ber up tenderly, Lift her with care, No one knows how dearly she's paid for her hair." Hood Modernized. bocal ' .Notices). A fine lot ot Imported Wine and Liquors just received and for sale by GAFFNIX The best Pittsburgh Lager at GAFFNEY'3. For Sale or Kent. A desliable residence located on the Fi ber! Farm, a short distance from town. Far particular apply to ;. OWrJN GAFFNET.fJ Petroleum Centre, June 14, 1872. ' ' J'-"- ' ' For gale 151000 to 20,000 feet' of SECOND-HAND TUBING, at front 26' to 35 eta. per fool. Tbe Tubing i in first olasa order and air ready titled. April 23. tl! H. H. WARNER: GAFFFEV'S Wiuee aoil Liquors for tie ical use. Tbe beat aod cheapest. Take Notice. All bariles knnwlnir themselves Indchtnd to th firm ot Scbermerborn '& Ten Kyot. flour and feed dealers, are requested to ca:i at their store, on Washington Streot, and settle tbe same immediately, aa tbey intend to close out tbeir business. ScHSnHBRRORN ft ft ETCK' Petroleum Centre, May 21, 1872. tf. Gaffney'se Us Lager SIfyoui' Want a Salesman, Want Servant Girt, Want to Sell Horse, Want to Sell Patent, Want to tend hfnney, Want to Buy a House, Want to .Sell a Carriage, Want to Borrow Money, . Want lo Sell an Oil Well, Want lo Buy an Engine or Boiler, ' Want to Sell a House and Lot, Want lo find a Strayed Aaimal, Want to Purchase an Oil Interest, . Want to Sell a Piece of Furniture. Want to Utiy a Second-hand Carriage, Want to Sell Tubing, Casing, Gas Pipe, ,MTan to Find an owuer for anvtKino For, od, advertise in tbe Rccord, aa not less than ten laousaoa people read it weekly. ForV'bre Wines warranted aa suoh by the Brother.1! ood of Brocton go to GAFrfNEY'S. Sunday Onmfort (till oo deck aod for tale at GAFFNClY'S. ,. u -- GRAND RACES! PETROLEUM CENTRE, PA. Saturday, July 13th, ' 187: Flat Knee. Between Sorrel M 4 Rcaii Billy For Purse of $50 00 a Side. Best Two in Three. second Itaee. WJ..-' - . ueiwcen wrey itiarc Lauy .uioiiipsoii and Sorrel Horse Cochran. For Purse or 4)100 a Side. Best Three in Five. POOL SELLING Will commence at Rnhson's Hql, Wash ington St., at 11 o'clock a. m. Saturday. l;c s to cJuiuience at 1 o'clock sharp.