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troleum Centre Daily Record.
I'M. tfllllc, ivsoti. ni.
.-1. 7;'. J'A J , JX.i tor.
Time of - onl it c r'InflH.
1". I)., Pktromu-m :jtT'. Fa., I
, .Iti.v Stt. Hh. (
itil further notiro the maiui will arrive at and
irl from this otlico n follows: g
uth and T.. vtn. Irvire-ton. 10. 'S A.M.
mill and V-V t. " Mcndvilie, 5.1." ' M. .
orth ami East, " Cowry, 2.35 .. " T?
nittll and West- "-46 A. M.
in:!. Kat mid West, 2 "0 1'. M.
orth Kant mid Wert. 10 0" A. M.
I'RESBYTKUI AN CHURCH. 4
'reaching at 1 1 o'clock A. M., will 7,'j
lock I'. M. l
Rev. .ft T. Ostomy, Pastor.
5TIIOPIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH!
Services every Sabbath (it 1 1 A. M.' nnn
; P. M. Sabbath School aiOlj A. M.
nts free. A cordial invitution exlend
1 Rev. C. SI. IIkahd, Pastor.
'S. PETER 'AND PAUL'S (Calholio)
.Maps at inj.4' a. m.
Vesper and ISctio'liclion of, the- i;ie6sod
icrament at 4 p. ni.
Catechism at 2ji. m.
JAMES DUNN, Pastor.
Fourteen buildings wore burned in Osh
ish. Wis., Thursday evening. Loss, $20,
)0; insured for flS.tmt).
The Jamestown, N. Y., fall race?, come
T this week on tbo 13tli, 14.li and 15th
Reituucaxs Attention- The Repul)
can Club of Petroleum Contra will meet
lis evening at the Oil Exchange Hotel.
ii't there be a full turu-out, an business of
nportuuee is to bu transacted. By order
PKMoi itATic; Cub MkkTino Tc-nhhtt.
'ho Democracy of Petroleum Ceutro will
.saemble this evening in Sohel's Opera
louse, lor tlio piirpixie of transacting im-
lortant business, dipt. Gray and W. C
Mummer of Tilusville, will address the
New Time TAiti.s. A new time tnblo
?ent into effect on tlio O. C. & A. K. U
;i!bii)uluy. T!ie down passeng-r 'ruins
; cave Petroleum Chue8:l5a. in., 1 ;'irt p.
n ,8:43 p. m. Up trains, (passoiiiiei ) touve
,ho Centre 11:15 a. lu., 7:37 a. in., and 3:50
HoitsK Tj!M:f Caiuiit. Last night a man
named J-ldward Wilbor, who until Saturday
ntg'it last had been ill tho employ of Oo.
W. King, butcher in this place, went to the
stable of his former employer (King i in rear
of his nia-ket. nnd liarn-ssed up his horse,
hitched it to bis single buggy, and drovo
out into thostioet, and coming down Main
street, when about opposite Windsor Pros.
omr.v Tir. Ambrose. Weaver, of the Central
House, who was passing, recognized the
horse and bugy 113 tllu PFrly pr Mr- K"
am Mr. W. inirn edintely went to Mr. King
uml gave information, which upon investi
gation was found to be true. Officer Kinuoy
and onu or two others immediately went in
pmsffit on horseback, and overhauled the
young man at Fnnkvillo, where, seeing he
was going to bo caught, jumped from the
buggy and made tracks on loot. The horse
went through the creek and ran up the
bank bn the opposite side, doing souio dam-
u-n in th buuj:v. Wilbor secreted himself
in the yard of a private residence, where ho
was discovered by Officer Kinney and brought
hack to this place, and tli3 morning ho was
examined before Squire Donaghy ami hold
and was taketi to Franklin to-day. TbiS
Wilber had been in the employ of Mr. King
but a few days, a.iJ during this timo had
stolen from the drawer in the mar
ket, sums of money, and in ten days advan
ced in his profession from stealing five ceut
pieces to driving oil' a horse and buggy.
ru.UUI OllC'HAHl) 1'OKTT - FlVB MlI.KS
Long. George F. Akers, or Nashville, who
is at present on a visit to Virginia, wrilus
to :i friend in Nashville, from Petersburg!
liiat, '-tbo breastworks in front of Peters
burg thrown up by the Confederates durinsr
tho lute war, extending to the lelt toward
Richmond about twenty miles, and to tho
light about twenty-live miles for the de
fense of the city have grown up in a contin
uous line bl peach tiers of every variety,
yielding an abundant crop the present year.
This is tbe only legacy left by the Conk-de
rates who were on the advance line within
one hundred yards of tlio enemy. Having
eateu the fruit while on picket duty they
cast tbe seed aside, ami now they appear in
one continuous lino ot forty-live miles in
beautiful trees, yielding the greatest variety
of the tiuest fruit."
Forrest begins his unnunl starring
next week nt Alb -.ny.
Peabody intends to paa the winter in the
South of Frnnce. ,
Abbott will lecture this winter on "prance
and Her Emperor."
,T. Ross Browne's Chinese revelations will
all end in pig tales.
General Braxton Bragg lias returned from
Canada to tho South.'.
Wasblmrne, late Minister to Paraguay
in England, making a book. ,
Tho Princo Napoleon is now studying
Ciesar with Napoleon's commentaries.
Barmuu's autobiography P. T. 'tis, but
'tisn't true." -Veio York HorW.
Pedro liattista, once tho tenor of LaScale,
grinds a hand-organ in New orfc.
The Lelaiul Brothers are reported to have
mi'.do $100,000 by their Saratoga season.
Motto for New York financiers: "All is
uol Gould that glitters." Especially not in
Fisk al matters.
AM ra. MoDonald is editress of the Coming
Woman Department of the Crawl'ordsvillo,
A poor, thoughtless old gentleman, Eat
down the other day on the spur of tho mo
ment, llisiseream" were Irightl'ul.
Here is a literal translation of n poik
butcher's sign in a French provincial city :
'Batta, junior; slaughters bogs like his
A moitiug sermon being preached in a
country church, all fell to weeping except
one man; who, being asked why he did not
weep with the rest, said: "Oh, I boloBiii
Death op Ci.auk Ewixij Tho Titus. i;le
papers announce tho death of Clark Ewing,
osri., of that place, who expired yesterday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. Tho deceased was a
young lawyer of celebrity in this section arid
in his death the bur of Crawford county
lose an eminent uiomber.
This evening the Funny Horrin
porlorm in Oil City; at Kousevillo the 12th
and 13th; at Tidiouto tho Mill and 15th,
aDd at Corry on Saturday evening tho 10th.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 8.
By the rrtsUlent of the VnUtd Stales.
Tho vear which is drawing to a close has
been free from pestilence, lieulth has pre-
vailo 1 throughout tho land, abundant ciops
reward the labors of the husbandmen, com
merce and manufactures have been success
fully prosecuted through their peaceful
paths, the mines nud forests have yielded
liberally, tho natiou has increased in wealth,
and its blessings have advanced every in
terest of the people in every part of the
Union; harmony and Iraternal intercourse
watered and obliterating the marks oi the
past conilict nnd enslrangcifte; burdens
have been lightened, means increased, civil
hihI religious liberty are secured to every
inhabitant of the land, whoso soil is to-day
peopled by none but freemen. It becomes
a people thus favored to uiako acknowledge,
ment to the Supremo Author from whom
such blessings How, of thoir gratitude and
tlmir dependence to render rralses and
thanksgiving J'or tho enme, and dev'ovUly to
implore a continuance of God's mercies.
Therefore, I, Ulysses S. Grant,' President
of tho United States, do recommend that
Thursday, the ISth day of November next
be observed as a day ot Thanksgiving and
of praise and prayer to Almighty God, tho
creator and tbo ruler of the universe.
And s.'cond. I d.) lurther lvcoiunumd to
all tho p.-opleol the United Stales to asseui
hie. on that day in their accustomed places
of public' worship, and unite in tho honing'
and nrai.'o duo the boun'.ilul lather of nil
mercy and in fervent prayers hr thocoiitin
uanco of Iho uiereiiul bletaitigs ho has
vouchsafed to us us people.
In leslinidl'V whereof 1 have hereunto sr.
my hand an l caued tho seal of tho Uni
ted States to bo uSIxi-d. this, the 5th day
of October, A. D., 1S..:0. and of the Inde
peiuU-nce of tho Ualtud Slates of America
tho uiuety-foiuth. U. S. Giiaxt.
By ths President.
Hamilton i i.iit.
Secretary of State,
KEW GOODS, '
Vacation. -T he Presbyterian olmrch so
ciety of this place, has consented io give its
pastor, Rev. J. T. Oxtoby, a vocation of
three weeks, during which time the church
will be cloecd, and will undergo a thoiougb
renovation and some repairing. Tho pastor
will ppend his vacation among old aesociatcs
in his former borne, and no doubt will re
turn with renowod vigor to hiB duties. Th
church, under bis pastorship, has grown in
' prosperity, and the society, every member,
wish their beloved pastor a pleasant visit
and a sale return.
John SVffleld, tho athlete, was severely
Injured ut the Conneautvillc Fair on Friday
lust. lie was pertonniug his teals upon tf.e
track-, and had run ftis mile, and was en
gaged in wi';ing I'.is hajf mile liack-.vurds,
when ho oai-.ie in co!li.iio:i with a hunt uii'l
carriage on tho truck, the ilriv.ir not observ
ing hUiiti time to turn out or warn him of
ins danger. Tno thill struck Mr. SLu-f.ield
on tho loiver part of the spine, knocked him
violently forward on bis (ace, in wmcn po
sition both wheels of the uuggy passed over
his body lengthwise. It was thought f:om
tho force with which he was struck Uml
his injuries must prove fatal, but forma jiely
though seriously ho is not dangiu-oucly uuri.
lie susUined u severs contusion on me
iower part of ilio spifto, caused by tho tbilt,
a bad cut on tho b&ck of tbo bead and one
over the lo.t eye, winlo thektn was broken
in upwards of twenty places oa his body and
A rsnn being awakened by tlio captain of
a passenger boat, with tbo announcement
that he must not occupy his berth with his
boots on, very considerately replied, "Oh,
it won't hurt em; they're an old pair."
It is fn'ul that Bayard Taylor will retire
from the tilRure Ud at tho cli.so of the
present sealati, and devote himself iifnc-
Petroleum Centre. Pa.
HAS JUST- OPENED A LARGE AND
COMPLETE STOCli OF
FQREISN & EOMESTIC
For tho Fall Trado, embracing a full Lino
. r0FLlX. SILK1
Li or. al rVoilees.
DAKPKT: A"il OHj rjts I
1USTKECEIVKD, S'-me nko pnt'eriH, nt
JI - TlIKFUltNilUliiiSTOHE.
firth exoliii-wly to litfi-atiiM. Ho begins
his far-.-v,oll courfo at Cii..eii:uati'ahout tho
b-riuiiing of November.
An indulgent lather urged an indolent son
lo ri:-. 'i''rji-y.-yv," said he, '-t ;at l-ie
-arly 'ilid C4tcii03 the worm." -Wliat da I
cure for worm.??" gvowlc! Ilia youth, '-mclh-er
won't let me go I'f'uivg." '
aue5 tiio 2:tiji!iesii of Truo Marrlnce
I'll I ri l ii'-
n.e.uH u!' :
Men trilii Rrnirs. Alm-W
..v'.iK-ii d-j.-it:-!. tin: M itlly l'ot.v:e
ti..m.uf ll.ili'.Sl .n:, with sure
Seie u sei;o 1 lvt.i-i- i.-e. elui o-lYee
Jli.-.varJ clati'.r, 1'.,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Chintzes,
Calicos, -Muslins, aiuT'ti oliice
LABI S3 "GENTS ;
The Ei.kctiox To-Mounow. Tuesday,
October 12tb, (to-morrow) Is election day
in tho Stuto of Pennsylvania. There seems
to bo lilllo excitement, hs far us the State
Tickots arc concerned, there Jieitig as much
apathy in one party as the other. Tbe ri
val candidates on our County and Township
tickets, however, are exceedingly active.
which, will serve to swell tbo vote on the
Slate lickcl3. In Cornplnnter Township
thorn aro threo tick.ets in the field, two
Deuiocratio and one Republican. Tbero is
but ooo Republican and one Democratic
county ticket. .
Pretty girl to Charles "Charles, bow fai
ls it around the world? Isu't it twenty-four
tuou " Charles -who adores pretty girl
nnd puts both arms around her "That is
aU u mistake, uy love, it Is only about
twenty-four inches." She was ull tho world
to him. , "Dear Charley."
A PariB newspaper states that the num-
bor of messages which passed over the
Vieneh Atlautio cable ilurini the week
ending September 18th was 547, the cable
charges on the saino being 83,075 fraucs. In
tbe previous week tho messages numbered
' 478, and tho earnings were 25,700 francs.
Compositors frocjuently niaiio singular
. blunders. ' A luto number of the Chicago
Evening Post says: Tbe distinguished typo
who made this column say yesterday that
theeniues had "washed 147 houses," when
the copy read "worked 147 hours," has hud
his wages raised. Ingenuity shall not go
unrewarded In this o&Qa.
A stabbing affray occurred at Sharon on
Sundaywhich may result in the death ot a
young man named Carmody. Ho was struck
wiih a knife in tbo ahdom.n by a mau
named McKoe, inflicting a wound four inches
long and deep enough to scrape, the intes
tines. McKee is it dangerous character and
was committed to jail. He has already
served ono term in the Sing Sing Peniten
tiary, O'.e term nt the Dry Tortugas, and
one'term In tho Allegheny Peniteutiary.
Mr. Friguet, an agent of the Rothschilds,
is expected in Washington shortly. Mr. &.
comes here, it is stated, to tender on the
part of I Im famous bankers, a loan to any
nvtiuit. r.lr rrovcrnmont may desire. This
voluntary action on tbe purl ot tho liuths
Cuilds, is said to have been promptel by the
discovery that certain Germiu capitalists
were contemplating offering our government
a loan at four per coot. Mr. Frignot is said
to be authorized to makeo Jume proposi
Extioguishing a lighted coal oil lamp by
blowing down the chimney is very apt to be
attended with fatal conseqtn-nc . On
Thursday of last week a Mrs. Eckforl, of
Carroll county, Md., uudertook to extinguish
tho Uamo of a lamp by thu. uhoee noted
means, when the oil exploded imd set firu
to bur clothing. Sho was so badly
thutshe died tho next evening.
A traveler stopped at an tun in a neigh
! orlng viliuco, and fujdiug the landlord and
laudle.dy (i'.ilu j'.. cried out: "Hallo, who
Uaeps this" house?" "Trip-wile replied:
"Thai'a.just what we are trying to decile.'
A Quaker of Bloomington, Indiana, who
observed, his wile lurking in a', tho kitchen
window while ho was embtacing the servant
girl, thus ndJTessed her: "Betsy, moe nnu
beter quit peeping, or thoj will make a dis
turbance In the family."
A lady was urged by bur friends to marry
a widower, and as an argument they cpoke.
of his two beautiful children. "Children,
replied the lady, "are liko toolh picks a
person wants her own."
Some ono has beautifully said, "The
wutor that flows"rom a spring, does not
congeal iu winter, and thoso sentiments of
Iriendship wbch flow from the heart cannot
be frozen by adversity."
About seven o'clock Monday evening the
Union Pacific Railroad carpenter shop and
car shop at O.n ihn, the latter a Hue brick
structure! were burned lo tho ground. Loss
about $30,000. Many of tho workoien lost
fee Firr-Jm!ii'.- tiemitiio i'iac Titi
an" S'.ere.'an Hoaiius Son:.
T'cc.e , nic h:i;.r 'znait a ivi.il es'. tie of Uif
ni'ldest ui'ii m-)t Till- i-.-i'' nam. Mid an .varmut
"J perfectly lua'i .-ent iin.l rV f.-.)m lai, oral nndjUli
el-pBi tii.'.io'.m fl 1 e.-;tiii-i-rt, eiel nre paijeKd ly I tic
ladies and I'e.e ;.ul,'.!c in g-;ie al in pi-.'i'erei c.2 to nil
otlici- S'tnrn, ants.? L'i-er.t ;no:i'.-e.---. and prervei-H of
a b.-allhr P''V uf e.iae,,'.'x:oi:, and n coiisev at r
ot rc-aiai-j t)'v:ly. F-T Iho o'ltierl ulld doticaey
vliie.h they inaiK-s to 111", hands nnd tucp. their enpa
blllry of snialiieg irritation An a.nvirg i'.npiglilly
minion", render them liidtspinJI.;'.- to every loll
et. vr l,;i.ly nsl; tiie fitlilie to try the virt-aei o
!liCX01!.8. " .1. b. 11. A f'o., l'l';:rietci'S.
A. D. ,Viir A Co , Ccneral Agents. juli!!-3m.
And al'oa i-!rien awortmimtnl FLANXKS,
very cheap. Our Lino of Alp ic -.s and Pop
lin Alpac-is is the tiuest and cheap.)! in tho
' Npeetnl Motlce.
AV-iFDS Ol? WISDOM fur young men, on the
Kullag Tan-Ion in Youlh and Ear y Itlanhood, with
Isl.ti- lit',1. 1' for tlio erring und unf ortunaLe. Hen
in w-atod lertrr e-nve'iojies tree orclun-ge. Address
HOWAUD ASSOCIATION B is 1', 1'.iii,aiiei.paia
Pa. . !aySl,3ni
Ths New York
Meat Market !
Hi W. fAKKl ' ! havo fitted up a now- build
On iluin Klrcct, Opposite llic
And l.it.'iid keeping what PotmliMim Centre has
li.ng iiei-di d, a rlrstrflniis Meat Market. Only tho
CM0IQEST AND BEST MEATS
will be Lent. It will be our nlm to servo bur cus
tomers with promptness and to thoir entire satis-
'''"'''"'Ulilgr. H W. FAKKEH.
Kcw Flour, led ami Grocery
,T. S. J'KATMfif",
AtthnOI.D liniLOIKO, ON MAIX-ST,
ojiposilo the MnCihitoek Ilonsp,-l:as on liand n
hue and 11. -t ela;s ttm't of flattr,Vced and
CJi-oer-rlOfc, v.-ii'eli lie Is Hctllr-tt at n low fig-are.
llon't forcet tho placa w here A, 3). Uotto
tt ("oatpany hroUe up.
i-etrl'is.i changt loan
SUTHEfiLAND & TAYLOR, PROPT
:r,e.eryir all kinds gr t ) 1!KY.''LT3
lt'.;'Hi!i:,:) & C VS,No.ll CoutroHtruot, oppo
1. ii tha l'o a O!r!co, Oil jf, l'.
At Vinceunus, Indiana, a few days ago,
a mother was trying to forco hut- child to
toko a dose of pills, nnd In its struggles
agaiuat swallowing them, one of them enter,
ed ils windpipe, utid it died io a few mo
rn e nts.
Miss Uatcman gets $2,GU0 per week, whih
would support a husband handsomely, il he
inly thought eo.
Tlio pastorand flock ol'St. Joseph'sChurch,
Erio, have got up a little "onpleasantnoss
nmar.g themselves, which resulted on the
7th, in seventeen lambs being held lo bail
to answer charges of dtsoidorly conduct
wilhiB tbo sacred precincts of the church
edifice. Eleven of the number ar.v of Iho
Even French wbinen tire disagreeablo to
ono another sometimes. The other day,
two '-dearest friends" were iu conversation.
'My dear," said tho eldest, "do you know
that your husband told ma last night that
my cheeks wore like roses!" "Yes, love, I
know lie did. lie Bj-oke of it uftorwimH
and paid it was a pity they were yellow
A somewhat unusual scene oeeuired iu tho
Ilarrishnig Pulce Court the other day. A
man was Inought up for souu petty oil. nee,
cjtifes:iad that he was u t-'ave to drink and
wished to reform, and tho magistrate called
upon u clergyman pieseut to pray lor him.
Prayer .& lu-L-ordiug'y niored.
(Vtrpoti, or every quality nnd description, ftt
UUVNOLDs:, B'tODlIKAO & IM'S, No. 11 Centre
Street, opposite tbe P. )., Oil City, Va.
E V ADVERTISEMENTS.
rwi-lliiu Ib.-lisc torale Tii(iitrc of
lw. JAMES KllllIEItKOItD.
LUXU R1E3 I
Fctrolomn Centre, Fa., next door to IBham Co.'S
T)av Fiarders necommodited, Meals served
all hours. Oysters, and every dasoriptlon ol game
No pains will lw iimreil to accommodat tbo
who lavor us with their patronage.
ED. SDT11 KHLAND. OBO. TaYLOH.
I'etr ileum Centre, Sent. 14, '03. tf-
Favtnoritin lue-e'of ,im (-xi-tin(r under
I 1 li" ji in nii'ne ut' A I). Mill-r Co . i- this day
aU4 itvcl l.v i.nitii tl P.irw.Mit All iieeoillltfl Hiriliiwl
till lute nnu will liesoltle Vliv M. H iSlinnein" ai u.u
oldnlaiel. " Yi. S. SIMMONS,
l'et. Oatre, Held. 2d, m A. J). MILt.ilK.
'I'lec-oliartiH, Mo he eliroro exist ill!' under tin!
dm ii one nt Wiuliter Co., is ill--.aed, and all
luinie- imiel.led ti III (inn . lire 1-ennc-ded t . eltle
l Hi.- ill sifiii-1, lies- l-a"in. er iu i m.
Jolxn. C. "Welch,-
S!iicr.ii.-Sl., Oil City, Pa.,
Clbbs, llusseli & (Vs Ilring
awl niHig Tools,
Innis' Sucker Rods,
ill! .' the llriek laak.
11. C. V.
'i'l 1! -.11 is new ready 6r tlieati-leal exliihttionsd
r.-j r-il-, ! -'tun s, Ai .,' Tiei Hall li- tieen i-diited
ai.d .-"-en-.'lle'iie.l !'. ji.iii.- uui tpelne turn b:en
-paved to make it a tirrt 1 1-:'
My noancc:i-.n villi tWlvlllc! and lltll.iirch
(..umlri-.H i. Hiieh I'-it I enn get out all kiiidn
Casting.- at Mlant order
JOHN .0 WFM'll-
0 tUty, Fi t,. U, lout' If