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Petroleum Cervtro Daily Record.
t'et. atcmre, Tnf lo, Aug itl-
.4. ZT. Jiditor.
I. (., MTMitrrM r -stii, Ta., ?
.ItlLT "7ST. 181H J
Pittil Strthot notice the wails UI arrive at and
depart from this office as follows:
South Mid East. v!a. Irvtootnn, 10 S8 A. M.
Booth Mill WiA Meadfllle, 5.1S P. M.
North atad Kaet, " Corry, 3 56 "
Iooth and Wert, s.46 A. M.
Bona rial imil Wei. S 30 P. M.
North. VMt and Weal, in.03 A. M.
Preschinn at 11 o'clock A. M., and 7j
o'clock P. M.
Rkt. J. T. OxTonr, Pastor.
WETnODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Penioee every Salhnth at' 11 A. M. and
V F. M. Sabbath School at9! A. M.
Seats free. A cordial iuvltatioa extend
ed to nil.
Rev. C. M. ITf.auii, Pastor.
STS. FETER AND TACL'S (Catbollo)
Miss nt IOJ4' a. m.
caper and Reneflieitoo of tho. Blessed
Siframent nt 4 p. m.
Catechism at 2 p. oi.
JAMES DUFN, faster.
Wuat Is always offered at cost? Tbo
The retrcleum rroduoeri' Association
meet at Oil t ity Wednesday (to-morrow)
at 10 o'clock a. m.
Tl: Fi.U Term of Iho Pitliole public
school will commonce about the Brat of
September. Ai yet no teaptier has been
The Good Tomplnra wilt not meet in
their new hall to-night, as was anticipated.
A. S. Smith advertise to sell bis en miner
tot It of boots and shoos at cost. He desires
to raske room for a winter stock.
This ettre.ne hot weather seems to be the
most rev i re upon, infants. We bear of very
mauy tbt nrj sick with cholera infantum,
ml Bever.il d.'atbt,. The remains of two or
tin-', at 'ended by the friends, went away
on tl'e cira to-day.
T. W. Lonowell will give you satisfacto
ry pries and explosions of Nitro-Glyscerine
in your wells if yon will but call on him
Tdk scnteneo of Thomas Mu'lball, who
was to bo hung ta Cleveland, August 26th,
was commuted to iinpiisonment for life.
Mulholl was twice convicted of aiding and
abetting the murder of David Skinner.
..oanyana Snsqiiertaiina Railroad,
James risk, jr BUI, lWHr aBud-i. .
eotifcreiica on Thursday ami settled sub-
atantia. y tcplr eno'rovcrsy.
Tub drouth is so bad la the vicnlty or
K;c!nrond. V., that (be frost trees are
'lying. Yesterday waa the seventyelght
d?.y s.nee rain enough fell to thoroughly
wet the ground. Thermometer yesterday
101 ! .
Pbttty Womek. A comparitively few
Ladies monopolize the beauty as well as
the attention of society. This ought not
i be so, but it is; and will be while men
are foolish, and Mngle out pretty faces for
Cheap Milk. The question of cheap
coal, has Iwd to the agitation of that ol
"cheap milk." A puiilio meeting was held
la Syracuse rccent'y, mid domelniii.lre.l nf
r mi lies agreed pot to purebnso milk unluss
It c"uld bu procured for six ceuts per qiiart.
W hat next! .
Some or the groat moneyed people of New
York are u-n nJmi-ers ol gay uud gorgeous
'li:rn emtt.." Thu Anlura ride in very shab
, by. vobiaU'4. a also do the Livingstones and
t1-.. Roosvelt:,. if ti;y ride gt all. The
G.h lou p,y B 'x 01l lbruiI niilIioI1 Uoars,
v-.-nb or rem .... xl in Nn,, Yo,.k . u, nnna
Tua Ne. y,rk filar iM:,ks that Mr. Bige
tow tbe ..ewed:torofthe Times, ought to
cherish the mcmon, or apoplexy, as be bas
tv ico proli -d by ilg attaeks-.nce beiue
! valedto vhe post ofjlinister to France
or. the death or Sir. Dayton, and now sue
ctv'liig Mr. Raymond, who died of the
Kor every ,Uj co.nlurt, c, Downefs
Wreat Yosetilla Bltt. .S.,aday Comfort
J - gooj. I.ut Y3 mi.e ia better. nuK2tt
''1.1 ' , !., ?,ni:. v.-ond-r" ij kept ailCh
a, Mf -.wofr-ni.. ,r.,s. ,eli5In.
"V"'1- r-W" k, : bi.jll is ,ow
-.' " ' ';? the p. w, 8o ,m8 to Ihi n luw fliM
at Horace Greeley a perforniancoa in Mr
An Klopemcnt c:nao nt Pioneer.
The fools are not all doBd yet. Tbo lat
est exemplification of the above ancient
proverb lately transpired at l'ioneer by the
elopement oi a young couple from thence.
The parents ol the young lady have lived
at Tiuneer some time, uro we!l known and
very respectable. Tho iimaway daughter
is young, and like some other young girls,
her bead can lie as enally turned. A little
attention, a little (lattery, und may bo a
judicious investment in ico croora occasion
ally, puts some girls in just the frame of
mind to be induced to bolleve the world Is
mude of green cheese. Perhaps, In this
case, a soutiuientalily imbued by dime ner
eis, has had its ioSucnce. Tho young man
who is responsible for the rash act has been
employed as an engineer on wells In tho vl
cinlly of Pioneer for several months. It is
about as much as be is ablo to do to take
care ol himself, and we are ol the opinion
that be has no more necessity for a wife
than a dog has for two tails. The young
lady seems to bave bad a previous lover, of
whom everybody speaks highly, who of
course is now left out in the cold.
To the auporseeded lover we have a word
of advice to give: Don't make a fool of
yourself, if the others bave, by getting in a
rage aud swearing vengeance on your rival,
and tbreatcnlug to shoot him with a pistol
without lock, stock or barrel. From what
we have been able to learn of the young
man who is the author of all your unhappl-
nets, be isn't wortb the powder and ball that
it would cost you to blow bim to
a climate of very wnrvn renown. As for the
girl, you bave reasons to congratulate your
self on being thus early Informed of the bias
of bor mind, and thus saved from a life-lung
burden. Console yourself witb the thought
that there are just as good flab lo the sea as
were ever caught out of it.
Traveling Okk Hundred Ykaks Aoo.-
Tho advertisement, oi which wo here
give a literal copy, is deserving of preser
vation on account of the quaintness of the
inn-signs, the peculiarity of tbo spelling
and diction, the ''shifting" of tho passen
gers which it announces, and the genoral
idea which it gives us of the way in which
traveling wa? performed in America at the
time it was issued:
"Philadelphia STAGE WAGON, and
New York STAGE BOAT performs their
Stages twice a week.
Jobn Butler, with bis wagon, sets out
on Monday from bis bouse, .at the Sign of
the Death of tbe Fox, in Strawberry alley,
and drives the same day to Trenton Ferry,
when Francis Holman meets him, and pro
ceeds on Tuesday to Brunswick, and the
passengers and goods boing shifted into the
wagon of Isaac Fitzrandolpb, be takes them
to tbo New Blazing Star to Jacob Fitzran.
dolpb, tbe same day, where Rubin Fitzraa
dolpb, witb a boat well suited, will re
ceive thorn, anu take them to New .York
that night Jolu Butler returning to
Philadelphia on Tuesday with the passen.
gors oud goods deiivored to bim by Francis
Hulmau, will again set out for Trenton
Ferry on Thursday, and Francis Holman,
Ac., will carry bis passengers and goods,
witb tbe same expedition as above, to New
Commissioner Delano holds that Asses
scrs bave full power to investiffato r.tu..n.
and to judge whether gentlemen who live
ai mo rate oi teu tbouaaud a year and puy
taxes only on one, making honest statements
of their income. This will bo a disagreea
ble sort of thing for some peupli. to submit
to, but tho .Commissioner is right. If we
lave the law at all. wo ought to eurorce it.
Without some such inquisition the burden
'alls on tho honest men, and tho rogues got
uu i.guuy. r,ei us try a rigid enforcement,
and then wo shall soon have a repeal.
TllS PH7.E RlNO Sbttlbmkxt ok tub
Ai.i.kn-Gallahheh Fiout .St. Louis. Aug
21 Alien and Gallagher, wilti thoir urn
piro, and Harry Wessels, rufeno, held a
meeting last nicbt for the mir (.Am. i t ..... u
- - i - i vt uiuu,
Ing a final decision of the lieht ufTi..
last. The referee said Hint. i. .,. ....
the sponge thrown up; that when time was
caiieu Alien camo to the scratch, Gallagh
er met and struck him, whore unon Allen
loft tbo ring. He thereupon declared the
battle a draw, although by strict adborance
to the rules of tbe ring be might give tho
light to Gallagher. Both parties expressed
satisfaciion with tho decision. Tbo stakes
and excursion toouoy will be divido.1 tn.
The Clarion Republican says there is no
abatemout in tho excitement m p.rir..r-.
Lauding. Every train ou the Valley roml
ia loaded with paiisenireis fr tlint m.im
wid the hotels are crowded to their utmost
capacity. 1 ,er are now ,.,, ,r,,lVi ,.,.
during wells at that place, the latest yield
uione wen, we understand, boim ,,1,,.,,,
forty barrels per dny, whilo the average
yield of tbe whole territory is sbout four
bun lied barrels.
KRI'OKTBI) P)K TUB DAILY ItKCOIti),
Af ternoon Dispatches
Havana, August 24.
Col Nicolan, witb two 'hundred men and
two pieces of artilery, attneked and routed
four hundred fnsugents near Jioota. in tbe
Central Deportment. Tho latter left twen
ty killed on thu field.
Sakatooa; August 24.
In the trot to-day eloundaiu Boy beat
Lady Thorn in three straight heats in 2:27,
2:14l, and 2.25J4. Commodore Vander
bilt and wife were on the ground and at
tracted much attention.
Philadelphia bas shipped 15,754,470 gal
lons of petroloum during tbe present yoar.
Tbe female suffrage question is to be
submitted to the Vermont Constitutional
Convention next February.
Tho New York Sorosis is to present to
Ida Lewis a breast pin beariog tbe legend,
"To Ida Lewis, tbe nerotne."
Children In Iowa bite rattlesnakes in
ordor to prevent the toothache. Probably
tbe cure would be mare permanent if tbo
rattlesnake bit tbe children.
Mourning relatives visited the grave of a
friend in Dis Moines to find it a burrow of
gopbors. Tbe mourners went for him, but
instinct bad suggested to those, other creatu
res to gopher bim previously.
From everywhere tbe report comes up, the
Great Yosemite Bitters is a success. It
can't be excelled as an appetizer. Its action
upon the kidneys is fine.
Lawyer O'Couor, who, it will be remem
bered, was divorced from Edwin Forest
many years ago, has got bis alimony at
last. It amounts to C0,000. But be bss
given it all to Mrs. Forrest but $56,000.
The finest tunic in the world the Great
Yosemite Bitters. Ic cures liver complaint,
general debility, nervous prostration, and
evory lortn of indigestion.
It is said that "Josh Billings dresses
after Greoley." This disposition ought to
be curbed, while it Is as yet only moderate
ly presumptuous. He will be undressing
before bim, next.
The finest thing in life the Great Yose.
mite Bitters It cures dyspepsia.
An English magistrate baa fined a poor
fellow for carrying chickens with their
heads downward. Ho can l-getevrn"by
carrying them by the neck hereafter, if be
is smart enough to think of it, but these
parties oever are.
Speakiug of the groat pianist's concei ts
in Rio Janeiro tbo papers say. the public
pay $2.r premium to see Gotttrbalk. It is
not by any means a secret that two or three
exasperated fathers and brothers in San
Francisco would pay more than that to see
1 Tbe foreign gentleman who has recently
located bimseir on the opposite sidewalk
with a hand-organ of two-tune capacity
will oblige ui If be will play the other
tune sometimes. "Buffalo Gals" is fresh
and exciting, but one notices after
several days that it lacks variety. This
person's orgao is a greater bore than the
Poor Children In New York coiled and
soil poach kcraols to tbe druggists at a cent
a bundled. Adepts make as mush as thir
ty ceats a week at it sometimes. They are
fust acquiring hurtful luxurious habits
through tbe influence of these sudden aud
violent accumulations of capital.
Killed: -On Saturday afternoon at a
iittlu after two o'clock, a breukman named
George Fortius, who baa a familv In Run.
io, wus instautly killed at Harborcreck
Tf 1. . .
uivming a train and bad pulled out
tbe coupling pin, tbo cars on tbo rear
euduftliu train being in motion. After
uncoupling tbo train, bo fell off the nlatform
and two or three cars passed over bis body,
cutting it iu two. His body was takon
10 1110 city auj placed iu a coffin to be sent
lo bis relatives. The unfortunate man bud
only recently beon ouiulovod as brakesman
and tbo Had accideut is probably duo to
his want of forethought in uncoupling a
truin without having a good bold one or tho
other of the cars.
Downor'B Great Yoaemito Bittors purifies
tho blood aud regulates tbe bowele. Use
llildobraud is oil tbo iucreaae.
Governor bus increased the reward for big
capture to $15,000 Ovtr three bundled
men ure iu pursuit of hiiu iu tho coiinir
It bus been ascertained that be actually
euuireu iuto St. Louis ou Saturday, July
Everybody bbould have a bottle of tho
Great Yotemile Bitteis.
Iryon want a good blast of good Nilr0'
Glycerine in your well, get D. W. Longwell
to do it.
V. r'l itWi 1'Imim! amindiirellienamenf Tmoh
m !t iiiv, of rrtrolemn Centre, candidnie
for Protlinii:itr of Venango I'ounl), sul'jtt't lo the
Duagft of tin Dr'mocritUc party.
yia. EniToa: llease announce hc name of A. .T.
KwTmn an a ciinJidsto tor County Treasurer. s-
4eet to ttio amnvt of 1 lie Democratic partr.
3 " MANY crTIZKNrV
HOOHM TO LET
Knqtitret the Jamestowa Clotblag Store.
CII1I.DR1.N 8 CAKRIACSKII
A Hue aoKortmaut at the Furniture Store.
,t Uuzziinl ia lira sale of Coal at the Kjn Farm,
hna ibis lav been diniotved ky aiutaal coneent. All
debt will ba settled and all vlatme collected by J
W. F. OROVER.
J M BUZZARD.
Vbe business of seirinu Coat at tba Kjnd Farm
will be uarrled on at heretofore by
J tf. BUZZARD.
Rynd Farrti, Aofe. IT, rttfl. U
By purchaaiae ono of Uioao HEPRIOKKATOR8 at
the Furniture Store.
Vko TOerrlNoii'a eniilne 1'lno Tar
and icraluu Healing Soap.
Tlieec soups are imnreguated with oxotlca of the
nillile't aivl moat B ilsamic nature, and are warrant
ed perfectly Imiocent and free from mineral and nth
or peroiriou admixturee, and are selected by I he
la.llea and Dm imhlte In general in pnifeMi cc t" all
nther snapn. an the crcat producer aud preserve! ant
a healthy purity of eomnlcxlon, and a comervriinr
of female bounty. t r tha nftnena and dei cnty
which they induce to the hand; and fnce thi-TiMpa
bility of eo'nihiiiK irritation nnd mihitIpc; miMirhily
eruption?, render thnm !iidl!pcn1lc toou-ry 'oil
ft. We kindly nek the public lo try the virtue o
l)ie:eMiM. i. L II. ('., fnifrlcl. r.4.
A D Miller A Co , General Aleuts. Ju'VJ 3m.
For STAVIONEUV, Ac, call at II DIMES A
FAKNSWdltTtl'H News ltoom.
CroeKcry tot aU Made ll KKVN.I LDM
ItOHlIHM) OO'X, So, 11 Ceoirn ttivet, oppa.
eiw me i-o-m iace,!fii ciij. ! .
Carpets, .u" every quality aud description, ai
.RKVSOI.D.', UKODniAD CD'S, No. 11 Centre
Struet, opposite the P. O., OiltClty, IU.
BlltDS JAVA.si'AKROWa, CAX.VUY, UBS
MAN, nt A. 1 .Mll.I.UIt.tCV
'Clie vt picVe-r.itiefy tlii'B-e and cle
H.Ti all .v.unuitel at V. II. NICHOLSON'S.
(lazed Oil Clolta Ciir'nlnn t
All ityli' of H iuik Rtioks, Note Faper, and ' En
vdopea In Jobbing Lm, at
W U.NICHOLSON CO.
A D. MILLER Jt CO.. have IU axenc of the
Auioricn Whip Co., and Western Whip Co. 'a Ci
gars, at whoteMlo prkxe.
HALL TICKKI" got no taHl'YI.Biit
th RSCIlKD IIFFICK
The (Inert I'lui; ToMeco nt ' i
W II. NICHOLSON Jt CO M."
A new lot or ttic etleb ated I. X. L. Kntvea nst
received at tho HOST UFFIOE.
A freeh supply, JuM received at R, B. flehot's Drug
Hardware A large aasortment of which Is
beinK rhmcd out at rolueed rates at REYNOLDS
HHODI1EAI) & CD'S, No. 11 Ceatre Bt., ppoelte
the Post omce, OU City, Pa."
All n.HMe, Wroltllea ai d Mapizlnos at nOLMBS
a faknhwokth Ne! itoom.
All accounts not eettle.1 Immediately, will be loft
with an officer foiJrollecUon. '!
Anr.U tf. RBTNOLD3 A CO.
WGIUJ9 OK WISDOM for young men, on Uie
Killing J'ua.'ion in Youth and Rarly Maiihoeil, with
hULV II 151,1" for tho erring and anf ortauatc. Ben
In sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION 11 x P, Puiladblmia
1'a May at, 3m
The Crcat Yosemite Bittera.
All hail I groat benefactor,
Who to cure us of mir ills,
Gfvea life to thediennfotate,
W iihuut noxious dniRB or pills.
Drivivi disease from oul the system.
Fills the heart with llfo aud light.
With the beat of a'l lli tonics,
Dottuer Great Yosemite I
With root from nut tho valleys,
WheroCailifomin'!- sun dntn shine,
Giving wc.rith to its poor mortals,
Rovond tha riciies of l!r mines.
Wealth ot health and happiness.
Its blessings none should flight,
D. yon want it t Would you have It t
Uce Downer's Orcat Yosumlto.
Conic yc aick, diseased, din fitisolate,
Why should you pine ninl diot
Yo feislil. faint anil la!i?tii.4hin(r,
Come, these el'.noua Cittera try.
See how i1io!q i;.vka and nostrums,
Floo from the Und in friirht,
Ciivine plncu to thi.4 pur j tonic,
Downor's Oaoit YoHemito ! Jul24tf-
VUKY CnEAI SHEET MUSIC, only Ave cents a
copy, at W. U. NICUOLbON & CO.'d Utatiouory
pOR SALE t
M he block of Imildln!? formerly owned by Ooodmnn,
No t&&w 21 Wa&iiiuctoii Btret, is oifiTed Tor sale,
sitr-'lvortotrether. In-ptiro 01 t F. hcnontilom;
Pot- Ce&tro, Auj 11, 'uo tf.
Brass Foundry For Sale,
MESSRS LEARD & WRIGHT bei,
about to remove to Tennessee woull
offer their well known shop for sale. To ,
good machincst a raro opportunity is offered.
Address LEARD ft WRIGIIT.
augia-tf Pithole, p,.
PIPE CUTTING. TINWARE.
1 VALUABLE 8TOUE AND
rpbe nndeaalgned propoaea to dispose ol btsprem!
1 if e and personal property at Lottery, the Draw!
Ine to lake pltce at his atore on the Heaa Farm.
on what ia known as the Wleraoa Tract, oa
Wednesday Sept. Ut, 1869.
The f.tllnwtn!? arttclnsnra anion th mra-4 vnlnakla
ones to ta disposed of :
1 store, valued,
1 Cow, ; "
1 phow Case, "
1 Segar ' 14
100 other valuable articles, frpni
81 to 815. '
M.A mniorllv or the ticket holders will dootde
tbeitanneror drawinii. TICKET'S a?.
MKr,,a. E M. Huntley.
OIL CITY PAINT
WALL PAPER STORE,
HEAD OF CENTRE STREET.
SASH, DOOR, BLIND
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P 2 ski
B s or
To be Drawn by
WINDOWS, READY EL1ZED
PICTtRE 1'ltAHlES, ftc.
HOUSE ii SIGN PAINTING,
GLAZING ft PAPER IIANGINU
QISCK SALES, SMALL TROKIT
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