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Petroleum Centre Daily Record.
a'ei. Contro, .fu., Friday , Nov. 1 tdviiie ftorvli-o. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Service every irulibatli at 11 A. M. and '4 I'. M. Sabbath School ut P.M. i'iit free. A oordiul Invitation extend ed lo ull. Kkv. T. GituiAH, Pastor. FRKSBYTERIAN CHURCH. Preaching ot 1 1 o'clock A. M., anil 7 o'clock P. M., by tho Pastor, W. C. BuurH a!ii. Kalibla . School ai .12', directl; after lorenoon pervioe. ' " Prayer Meetinn ami Sabbath Rchorfl Teacher's Meellug Tnesday evenings ol vnch week. retro!nnm Centre Lodge, Ao. "Oi.iTl, I. O.oS Uceiilur meeting nights Friday, at 7 o'clock. Signed. .' ' s n. hooker, n. g. J. C. E. H.nTMN, a Sec'y. I4f Flaca oluieeling, Maiu St., opposite yuCtiq'ock House. A. O. of U. W. Liberty Lodjte No. 7, A. O. of U. W., nice is every Monday evening at 7 o'clock, in Odd Fellow's Hall, Petroleum Centre, IVun'a.' . ' Jjmks Wimiok, M. W. Jamkh S. Wiirr. K. ' , 1. O. of It. M. Wlnnekaiitie; Trine No. I. O. R. M of 1'ulr oleum Couire, meets every Thursday et-nififf In Good Templar's Hall. . Jif Council tires Untiled at 7 o'clock. II. HOWE, Sacbeui. C. Li JUKES, Cbiel ol fiecurds. Gold at 1 p. in. I0GJ MiicideatOUCity ! - Special dispalcb to Kkcord. Oil Citt, Nov. 7. A'colored man nroed Leo Will iaroa, on old restdont of this city,' shot and killed titrnnl f, tb le afiernoon. .Cause matrimonial difticnlllep. Wil Maoil aod bin wile bad quarreled freqnentl? of late, BDd it in supposed be took this mean. ufsel.Lirg the difficulty. R. Dutch Henry arai ai bin old pranks, last nlgbt, making so much uoice tbat tlie offi cers of the law had lo look blra up. He disturb the entire neighborhood by bit hMty Calif through the burs of his cell lor morphine or wbitkey, be didn't care which Ho said the "sune-en-blichens" knew he had ''tbirdy tollars" that they wanted to relieve him ol In' the way of One aud coitc One Henry Shank, a knight of St. Cris pin, baa made a dlioovery. Having been nccesi-liil of late in two or three fights witb bis "Iraw," he began to think be war a knocker from the old house. Day befure yesterday, baviog a little more than tbe unul acvount of aieam up, hia whisky cour age took oq new form. He undertook lbs job of tronnoing a fellow from Petrolia. This time, nnl having a deiencsless woman la Iront of bim, be received what ho justly deserved a good tanning, wbich It is to be hoped will make him a better citizen, so tbat when on tbe war path be will remem ber tbat some tilings can be dona as well as others. Mike Sbandly, of Petrolia, Is a very Mil rate man, in tbat having a business Irons action with Henry Shank, of this place, he put bis dots under the eyes instead of over them. Most everybody along the Creek will re member Mr. John McOmber, formerly one of the proprleiors of tbe Central House, Petroleum Centre, , aod alteiwards of tbe Duncan House at Oil City. Mr. McOmber is still of tbe old firm ol Croio Jc McOmber, and they are proprleiors of tbe Lowry House, at Butler, Pa. We are pleased to hear that our old friend McOmber was unl, ted In the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Mary Reiber, of Butler, on the 7ib day ol Ocioher. The, young oouple will please accept our warm cangratulat ions and best wishes for their prosperity and happiness. Titusville Courier. We congratulate our friend McOmber on bis wedding. May be live long aud pros P LOST. On Wednesday, Nov, 5, 1873, a gold bracelet, snake pattern, between Cspt. Smith's Saloon on Washington Street, aod the railroad depot. A liberal reward will be ptlil fur its recovery by leaving it at this Ql3i. The Pac.us and Atlantic Telegraph Com' pany are removlog'their oDloe from the Mo Cliotock House to the Central House. A good deal ol treight is going over tbe Oil Creek Railroad. We hear, tumors of stveral failures in Titusville.. ' TerribI" Scc.tn ut a.n Uxeoi" tion. Wll.t.tAMSPOKT. P.,Kt.V. i. At futly untunes past one o'clock today au attempt wng made lo bung nuiw but the rope was too lotiij, and he touched tl. ground. The rope Is now beiifi shortened for another trial. Wado told Ihe j tiler to hurry up, as be bad an appointment to dine iu bell with the Devil at iwti o'clock. He said tile oi. ly thing troubling biut was wDetber the people be tuiudrred are iu heaven or bell. The rope being too Ion:; 'bis feet struck square on the ground. In this position be reinaiaed standing, saying, "Oil, Lord, have mercy! The rope come oil bis neck, aud u is bidy fell ever Heavily ou tue ground. He Was carried upon the ecofljld anil alter a loog delay in atrating ihe rope the cap was again pulled. He loll this time less than tluee leet. II js pulse couliuued to beat lor seven niiuutes. Alter hauling tweuty.' seven mi 'j tiles be was placed in a Cufliii and taken Ciuige of by bis liieuds. Mau pieces of Ibe lope were liii off aod Carried away as relics by tliespeclators. We are indebted to our Irieud Ualbbun, tbe gentlemanly telegraph operator ol tbe Western t'uiou Telegrapu oftice, luruumer. ous Uvors. Thauks. Hunting is good in tha (vvouds surround ing tins place. About tub Chops from tua OcioUei Report Issued by Hie Department of Agri cultural, we g.eto the lullowiug as pertain ing tu Western Pennsylvania: "The pres ent year, like that of ISli!), wbicb produced the crop returned Iu the census of 1370, is one of low production as regards maze, our mein cereal both in quantity aod qual ity; while the quantity ol wheat was rather mote than an average, in view ol Its In creased area, though not equel to the great wheat crop ol I8li!) A large per cent of tbe corn crop will bo sot', and the early Irost injured the fodder. The potato 'bug has proved a destructive element to tue po lato growets. Late potatoes are reported light aod not worlb digging in many sec tions." Emleoton lost I X .bulldiugs by fire on Saturday morning last, valued witb their contents at twenty thousand dollars, on wbich there was an Insurance o nine iboosand dollars. Four of ihe bosses be longed Iu Mrs. T. J. Aloruu who also losl a building in the last lire. At one time '.he flames threatened tu destroy tbe entire business portion ol Ihe town, but by tbe exeition of the citizens under Ibe lead ol James Beoott tbe lire was kept in check. Emlenton needs a lire eniue as a m titer ol eoonomy and safety. Last Monday eveningtome Tallow tbnugbi to burlesque Lucul Option, , aud stoud ou Ihe street frouting tbe PoatOfllse, with a keg o beer which be drew off to a luiutiler, giving to all who wanted to drink: and from ap pearances there were t number of dry let lows in the crowd. Warren Ledger. A. D. Langetatr President of the Howard Association, Memphis, acknowledge t tie receipts of one hundred and five dollars forwarded by Col. Joho S. McCalinoot and Con tibr tiled by sundry oilizins of Frauklta lor tbe relief of Memphis. Tbirty-Ove carpenters have been dlscharg ed from the railroad carpenter shops lo Meadvtlle, and tbeMeadville Wooleu MiUs will only run eight hours per d.y here alter. About Ibirly men were thrown out of em pioytnont by Ihe shutting down of wells at agundas, liV Friday Tbe foliowii g are Ihe elected Good Tem pters officers for Ibe northwestern district lor the eusttiog year. W. C. T , G W. Ar buokle, olEriej N. V T.,D. S Sjutuworib of Ceotrevilie; Secretary, A. M. Martin, ot Pittsburgh; Treasurer, Salli Benedict ol Pieas.iulVille; Marshal, A. Wade, of Titus, vtlle; Guard, F D Wbitu'ey,of Vuungsville Seutinel, F. D. Ticknur, of Cotiueaulville. We find tbe following items in the orjsi Republican: Three bears were seen near albe residence of Miss Sarah Ano Dale, ooe mile up the creek, on Friday morning I st. Tue tracks of four bears were seen on Tubbf Run, on Sunday last. Tbey bad better mik ttietn selves scarce, or they wi I be sent to tbe happy bunting grounus and tbeir fat tried out into hair oil. Nearly all the wells at Fagundas have been shut down lo wait for a better price for oil. The wells on tbe Beatly and Fa gundas farms were stopped on Saturday last. The wells at Triumph, also, are nearly all shut dowu. E E. C'app, the largest producer there says be shall produce no mora cheap oil. II thia state of a IN Irs continues much loncer there will not be a great deal ol oil produced. Bronze, silk is the latest style id- Taking into considoration the dullness of the times and the low price of oil, not speaking of tho scarcity of ntfniey," 1 have concluded to reduce the price of lll YA W. delivered at the wells to 1.0: per bar rel. My motto is live and let live. Pay mo a call before going elsewhere satisfy yon as to price of Benzine. Railroad track Street. Ws At and I will quality and Old stand on!J Fonrth Petroleum Centre, Oct. 211. lSi.'t, I low ISrigss' 15:i2y avjin Trc.it -!. Thomas Brlggs, of Twelfth street his a hoy hnhy about 10 numtiis old, who Is ad mitted a' the beginning of this mlicle to look just like his father, and to be the smartest boy baby nf ils nee In Detroit. Yesterday morning the child iva; siuitii; ou the floor, pUyinij will) live or six big co'n buttons on a string, and t ill ing an otwus Ion il nibble at ail apple 1 1 bring out Us lir,.t crop of teeth. Mrs. ISriggs and a neighbor were lelkinu away as only women can ros sip, when the baby hid the hulton iind-r a mat and started to li'iinh the tipple. A bit ol the sK'n eut in t: is throat unil I. e uuve a eolith and a whoop and paw-d Hie air iin-l rolled over on his he id. 'Oh, Ihetn bill tons! he his swallowed them tint ions :' cried ttie mother as shu y1ked Inm no an l shook him. 'Pound hitn on the buck!' yell ed the other woman trying to hold in baby's legs still. Run for th neigtibms cried Jlrs. UrigiS. 'Oh, !e'l d te! scream ed the olner, as she rati out. Ami tlie neighbors came in and nude him He on hi" slotiiach ami comh, and they tiirne I him on bis b-ick and ru'iloil his stouincti, mi'l joggled him about in all sorts of nay, tint i h-"g')t mil an I went to howling Ttini n noy ran lor lirg.'.s, aud Urtntis rn l r the doctor, nnd Hi" dne'or cimj and clinked the bthy, and ordered sweet uil and mim lard plnster, and told them m bold bim on nis hick lverytiuay Knew thai thes" 'x hutloos were loiiped in Ihe baby's throat, because he was red in the face, and because he struuijlrd n he howled end wept. They poured down sweet oil. anil put mustard uc oss nun, ana wp' over l.i-n, nn l me mother said shecul'd n-w fir..ive herself B.ivs drove by callinj o,il : 'Siibwrni fir salel' and the scissors man went by !nei', inir: -Sharp! sharp." but the - distressed crowd he d th.) baby down and shed their lears over his whoio lenjth. Tlie diwtor was looking serious, and Brijtja was think lag that hi hadn't d)no anything tu d -serve such a blow, when of tlv women pushed thu in tt and dHc iv.th I thu billions. Then everybody launhed anil davced, and they kicked t e sweet oil bci t'e under the bed, threw Ihemusiurd plasier at the doctor, and Mrs. Bi igjs htinged tne bowling angel to her bnsoin ani ctl.ed him' 'wopay topsy hops drony liitle ch-ru'iini. Detroit Free Piess. Nothing can be more short-sighted Hi an Ibe disposition whiob some people, mini feat In time ol a financial flurry to avnl-t the payment of all debts they can Having the roady mon--y in their pickets, they wil maae excuse o I be panio when asked to pay a dept, and hold on lo what currency they may he in possession of, with a vague idea that Ihey are thereby made more S'cute, This course makes currency scarce and des troys confidence. Il tendc, moreover, to brlnrr about to every crisis it seeks te avoid It is far safer not only for the Individual, but for the community, in a time like this. lor everv man to see to it that he owes no m to any th tng Six'y coopers employed in Power's barrel factory, Titusville, struck on Tuesday morn ing' Tbe cmse 01 me strike is a reduction of the pay Irom 50 cents lo 40 cents per bar. rel a reduction which the employer says la made ob essary by tho chance In Ihe maiket price of barrets An averagt day's wink ol a cooper is six barrels The Ptillailelpina L ilgerst.y'e ol nbllu rv portlry hasevldenlly sugjesied the follown g epitaph on a locomotive; Collisions four or five she bore; The signals were In vain; Grown old and rnsied, her hoi'er busied And smashed excursion train. Lj-diaherman the female po isoner, is the only woman eccup ant of the Connecticut State Prison at Wethersfield. XOi'ti OF THE AV. A boy of seventeen years old tried to kill himself in New Yolk yesteidny because he 0 ii'dil'i f'l enough to dtiuk. Nearly 06'iO,0(IO'in bullion was shipped froui En.'iand. yesteWa. $300,000 being for New York. The work ol gettinR a jary In tbe Tweed trial Isrplogressing. Three- quite s, yj-rc -tioclci "of earthquake were rlt it AiiMin, Nevada yesterday. No damage done. The Democratic Slate Executive Com mutee ot Ohio lit) d 100 gu Ml Cliol 1inare, Columlui, yesterday fafMIOOO 10 b iioKl Ihe Deiiii.cratio and CooserVWive v ctorv u last Tuesday in New York,' Vir'I glut,' Wisconsin, Maryland hnd Kahslts. In the Over uml ' Terminer Ci lirt. New York, yulerday. Judge Davis aenieuced Jam.e D. Ceoier, the fighlti jnrur in the Stoker! cue. tu thitiy days' iiiipr'soniiienl aud a line of $ZjO tor the two free use of his tongue while ibe trial was progressing. Ye.terd iy muminc; a urtndatone in the pcytne factory of ilail & C , at K.it Wil- um, Maine, burst and killed Oram an de Cheney and Gilbert L. IItaid, Superinten- den t. President Pitter, of Union Col'.ege, Schenectady, has b en not. He I ot new en duwineiit of $1UO.UOO. the gift of a gentle tn n who desires bis name and details ol i he. liooution to be withheld lor the pies, ent. Outstanding leaal tenders, $3t'i0.937,G7l SU':i:nl(i:it ISiirnt d---I.ivi' SiOKt. Tottn.vTo, Ontario Nov. C. The steamboat Bavarian, buund Irom Hamilton to Toronto with six cabin passen gers, look fire about eibt o'clock last night, seventy-biur miles from snore, opposite Oshawa. The fire broke nut in the ceutre of (he boat, near the engines, and the flames (read with great rapidity. Boats were Immediately lowered. One went adrift and was lo-t. The passenaers and Crew got itilo the oilier hoats. one of which costained nln pernr.s, incMidlnc the pilot, ladies and four of the crew. The other boat coniairy ed twelve persons. Including tlie first and see nd mates, purserlind two passengers, a t oy named Junes Close, Mr. Prmenter, of Torofte, and live of the crew, flbth" boats resn'ul I the sjjjore s ifely. Tuero aril four' teen p ss-ngers to ha acMU'lteij (.)', Indud i'i' Captain (firmlchiet, Mr. Finnegan, c'liefenjineer. Tom Speuee, steward, Mrs. Hubbard nnd daughter, of fliooklvn. Miss Ireland, ot Kingston. nd Mr. Wter, 'of Chat-im. Tltesu were unable to eel into the boats. The ln't seen nf Captain Carmicae he was on a pUnlc in t' e water. A Dkao Hoiiy I'oi-Nn On Toes le even inir last a some r il imnd bands, working on th line nf the J. & p. R R,Bt the nppe end or Ihe Pulley fl.ts. iWo m'Jes ahova town, wer d"poltiti their ton's in s.rns luis'ies a few rods fron tho Inck thevdis. covered the dead burly nfa man. Informa tion u ttivn to Coroner Corbett and an i'iqust was he'd on Wednesday mrirning, Two buys testified lhat they saw the deceas ed some thre weeks aao golnz 11 11 ihe track about 5 p. m., p-rfec'ly sober. Thev bsd nm conversation with him, nnd he told them thU he had been lo Franklin to see bis siek brother, whom he callsd Htign Foley. He said he bad miesed all lha trains, and w walkinn In the nest station; lhat is lived at Srnnehom and owned some propor'y there, that bis wife was dead, his two sons b id left him. and he lived n'j alone. At the tim the boys saw bim be had a htket and when the body was ilTi covered, a basket, a gallon ji:g, and a pint flisk all emn'y wre lyinr beside it. The deceased was apparently CO years old, wi'h gray whiskers under his chin. II wore a ereenlsb colored coat light colored pantaloons, coarse boots, and a straw hat. The body was much decayed, but not be yond recnirnltinn. The sum nf one dollar and' thirty.flva cents was found in bis pockets. There was no marks ol vinlenee upon the body. " A verdict was rendered In accordance with the lac's and tbe body of the unknown was delivered to the Count? Commissioner for burial. fr-naniro Speotntnr. In Ka?t, Kent, England, the potato bliiiht has spread to an aliirming extent. I he whole of the crop dug for market has beeD destroyed. A white frost covered tbe giound yesterday morning and ice was formed on still water. (Jaruet jewelry is now the rage in I'aris. A stave factory is to be stai t ed in Warren. OUU MOTHERS, who were the best and tidiest hotissm,,' in the world-except Ing our grandum, hst" -took especial pride in the possession rows ol tinware that ulistened likes po t e l mirror. Every article about their bou, eu-uefiuuie Ul pon.n, inCIUIIIng th, knocker, was leunlaiiy brightened P until It lairly glistened. With their ptim.ii,, materials such as Bmh brick, emery, tone, etc., II was a seiions labor, aj( one ol love. Nowudavs. h.ucu. .l ! 10' If daugblers use hapolio, and in one li.Jt csa polish more articles and do it better it,,, tha enilld (if nrhnln fMU If . - " wish VAl tnti. innlhuru In th- i.-t.i. your Kitchen ware, use bapniio. 35 CCKCERT Trip T7nmi OnnvtnM-n ri..i Will give ona of their popular enter tainments at the 3sA. E. CHUROK r On FKIUAY t-VUHi MV. . MR. J. D. MURPHY. Tenor, MRS. M W- MI'KPIIY, Sorraio MIS SALLI U itOWJl AN. Ann ... . tJr ....... a., 1111; .ll.AH, I UU1 I1 li. riatnst. Doors open at 7 fonveence at "i Admission 30 cis. Children half pi ice. McKinley & Gross, Machinists, Blacksmiths, AND liibcrt farm, rctrolcum Centre, la. d:i.. i,..".r..: . c :i i uunri kuiiiil: a t.-'uci.iitiiiN REFINERY STILLS REPAIKED rr a watrairt nil work non riv us to Good trnterittl foruiebed urni pr.cts redioo ttt.lv. 1 1 vine bwl lnn pxpr'pn( In th( U rtwH nre fnnbled to riv tmUfuction. Petmifiiui (Vmrff, I'n., .Tan. . H v n n uacKn and imiinmirii. wim win 1101 n ore tii'cco vnn. n i 111 ninriv-nin( vnav our it a mil nn-o iiuis a tMi w in uHirinn miii tn i nntf . At mIK li Viuir Pilit' witrsf. Ki-nrl lit t urn to lh uiiiv iMitn im reiiiru i mhi r-ui in; re un "n. it. I.H llim N III 1 I I1IIKM1 r-Hlir: l(r. Ull ll IH11I1-IH irom 111a viit('m n n inrm i r tirivtM nnx-iUfii ni tiriii hi the blunt): nl.-o, Bprmtuil wenknt-. m rnerirv. lotM or nimitri iimt nil noivitu Hi t-nr mid hod v. 1 elHti'nvre niriri IiiiiiomiIi iu. iirrun 1 on. 1 rirn.nv mull m-riirtlv mkiihiI. tin cilil'ft 1 00 11 r iinrk ur. Em-h luirkxirt nmkca 0U8I r II olid Ki'iirrhpr. (Mnrnti 1 Hii innl'n.. l'uta inrjn, ra im i',30. l'aniphl t t jw. AWARDID UY TUB America 11 Institutes t ' TOJ.'V. MfKEE. H Mil Mmtlm & Fliitfi Machines "It Is iciflllDiie and will mec: tiia auU of ever; mairon in toe lana- '1 Exhibition or 1S72 Tnhn Tt f?.vlt Hp Hi s. tSatuuei Jj.TilHuiin. i'oirtfDondun: S. cy. .. . .1, icn Thia lnmli ttid I.ifi.ninna 1,i.li(n U 114 H.Jt'fll (14 thti Hcwiiiir Min hiriM and U t in brcniminr 'P iilnr uitli inilioa in t!. iimi of HTimiieilvn Needle torlc. Hi work hrlncr mtirh mora l'onf)toine, n fli'i' Ins lies time ind i't one ttiiiili t.o?t ilie extt-'iirur- N UJui. i,.iui 1. 1. .in, i.iii I A MAnhitia villi llhi.lrntnfl (.inu(ar itnil full InctrilC tlAlinaamt nn Winn of mt finlalitl III lllvel Addrwu.The MeKce 11 mm f. Co UID ItsnaJuisi Nl'W 10f i AGENTS WANTFD. n . in nnn m ?rt nun fo.t i sKPOND-flAND rer 9hik TI'HINm l trn K In SA xla Iter !"' v Thu Tubin la in nrni rl.iM order and all feadv filled April 23. II H. II. WARNER. 'onaiimpioll ba its otlcln in s ir rofnlf cn . and corrupt ami a ol the blood, hence the lollwcy fruitli.pj Iuhr di'iie with cotijli yrn(, lul"!'""' , 4o. To i urt!;oniiniilio!iwe miifl f ttrilj enrh h the bio d, anil whon the blooii In iiuro piunbilon cunnot exlrt. llr McCaliin a"'1 Klrn.d .mrrher peuctratcH the secret amrniii e f droid illsea e ind exiermhiaier It riMil ana m' Try one n.fle iinckeuo bv return rowl.lMt!" 1 1 ) nnd yoo illa vu s feel thmikrnl ' '"'LT Medicine IV, Box 1530, Llet ol person em ient free. G. P, KOKHTEK, 1'lour & Feed Merchant. PETROLEUM CENTRE, PA. PKICB LI-T. XXX White Wb't Fl, 9. I Meal, . ( hop, J,5D VMioatBran, 'i-0 Cat, 60 "P18"' I)ypepie reealn their health. "''J trniirth, chills and fever are broKen up. the torl' Ivh. and kidney r roni-ed to aclloa awl J lerinis rbeuinalic rapidly recovere, all tne I ' eniiu aud revlTina Inflnence 01 lr. Mdanunia aim.. i n.ifa hv mall, f 1 V:... Wonnanted Williams. Medictos Co., Bo Btttsbnrgb, Pa. . poller mim