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TUKSDAT MOANING, MAY 30.
The following from the Oil City
The Coi.LKGtAfE Institute. A
meeting called for the purpose of tak
ing some definite action iu regard to
tho establishment of an educational
institution iu this city, was held
Wednesday evening, 24th inst., iu the
1'rcsbyteriau Church. The meeting
was called to order by Dr. Colbert,
and organized by electing Mr. G. W.
J'arker President, and . W. Hays
On motion a committee of twenty
one incorporators was elected, consist
ing of the following gentleman : Capt.
J. Munb.aH, chairman ; Dr. C. A.Coop
er, Wm. Pnrkcr, George V. Foreman,
Dr. B. Colbert, J. J. Vandergrift,
Charles Thumin, A. W. Say, John J.
Fisher, Dr. J. D. Baldwin, 0. W.
Parker, R. D. McCrcaty, Dr. M. M.
Knox, Andrew Cone, R. M. James,
W. M. Williams, II. L. McCance, J
T. Jonson. Daniel Fisher, W. J. Brun-
dred, end J. J. Broadhead.
On motion the following gentlemen
were appointed a committee to solicit
subscriptions: Rev. N. McFetridge,
John Muulmll, A. W. Say, Dr. R.
Colbert, nud J. T. Johnson, after which
the meeting adjourned to meet on
Wednesday evening June 7th in the
Bcme place. F. W. Hays, Sec'y.
Dclevan Temple No. 114, T. of II.,
was instituted in this city last week by
James M. Bunn. The following offi
cers wero duly elected and installed
into office: W. 0. T., Andrew Cone ;
W. V. T., James R. Robertson ; W
R., J. B. Smithmau ; W. A. R., O. W
Fletcher; W. F. R., Chas. B. Grant
W.T..S.D. Kellogg; W. M., Chas.
M. Morse, Jr., W. D. U., M. D. Lane ;
W. G., C. M. Morse ; W. D. JM,
Zook ; P. W. C. T., J. C. Boyce. "
Monday evening, a carbonic acid
pas generator exploded in the seda
wator factory of L. L. Weil, Titusville,
breaking Menry Miller's left leg and
paturating his eyes with carbonate of
lime and sulphuric acid.
On Saturday night.the grocery stere
ot JNewraarker Uros., ITeasantyille,
was destroyed by fire, together with
portion of its coinU. The loss on
building and stock is esiUArl t $1,000;
partially covered by insuja-
We clip the following from the
Venango Spectator :
On Monday afternoon a shoemaker
named Schoop was killed by the cars
at Parker's Landing, lie was walking
on the track and neglected to jump off,
when ho was struck by the locomotive,
thrown up in the air.and his skull crush
ed ia the descent. He was forty years
Twejity-eight trains pass tljis point
daily on the Jamestown and Franklin
. railroad. The business of this road is
increasing daily. Under the able super
intendence of Geo. II. M'lntire, Esq.,'
who is an untiring worker, the J. & F.
is one of the best managed roads iu the
David Atkinson livel in Oil City
until last Monday morning when the
Mayor up there sent him to the county
jail to reside in default of $1,000 bail.
Mrs. Atkinson, David's wife, takes in
vashing aud supported David; and
Mrs. A. mistakenly gave out the wrong
thirt which enraged her liege lord so
much that he wanted to stick a bi
kDifo into her anatomy; aud that's
what the Mayor sent him down to
Kheriff Ilerpst for.
JohnS. Jacobs, of Lycoming county,
a baggage master on the A. V. R. R.
vas killed on Tuesday afternoon at
Mahoning. He had his head out of
the baggage car watching a man at
tempting to get aboard of his train,
coming north, after it left Mahoninir.
when he was struck by the timbers of
n coal Dreaker, knocked out of the car,
liis right arm run over, and injured in
ternally. He was carried to Brady's
Bend, where he died. J. P. Croll.mail
agent was looking out of the car at the
eatue time aud was struck down in the
car. lie was knocked insensible, but
while his injuries are severe they are
not fatal. The conductor had just step
ped in from the same dangerous position
a moment before.
By referring to our list of deaths it
will be seen that the Hon. William
Connely is dead. Mr Connely was the
oldest citizen iu the county, and a man
of remarkable memory and varied ex
perience. Ikcksdurism at Suambukq. At 3
o'clock on Saturday morning, atSham-
burg, au attempt was made to burn a
large business portion of the town, and
had it uot beeu for Mr. C. LeCingwell,
iin engineer ou the Talman farm, it
would, perhaps, have proved success
i'ul, because ut that hour there are but
lew in or about the streets. Oue of
the wells from the big boiler, at which
Jelljngwell is tending, had stopped
pumping, and he was returning from
it, when lie noticed an extra light
"Irom the usual gas lights about town
which aro burning at night," which
proved to be from th! kitchen of Mr.
J-j.L. Stihvcll's Restaurant The alarm
was promptly given, and a few pails
of water extinguished the Humes, which
were kindled by throwing refilled oil
i(L'aiut the house aud upon tho roof
ut' a shingled cuve adjoining.
The Savings Bank, Allegheny Trans.
Co., aud W. U. Telegraph Co. office
tire ou one side, and the Post Office
building ou the other, all of which
have been burned, aud perhaps other
property on the opposite side of the
ttreet. The authorities are working
up the matter, and it is hoped the guil
ty pr.ity will meet his or their just de
ft it . 7 ? 11.
Boy KilledHi Brother Badly
Two sous of J. O. Lewis, employed
in Grill's coal bank, east of. town, were
very unfortunate on Tuesday last.'- In
letting an empty car down the slope,
rn some way it became detatched from
the chain, and running down very
swiftly struck the younger brother,
who was unexpectedly m the way, in
juring him so much that he died the
following night. Tha cider brother,
as soon as possible after the accident,
started on horse-back for town for
medical assistance ; and in galloping
past the residence of Mr. Crill, where
the house belonged and was in the hab
it ot stopping, it made sucn a sudden
turn toward the barn as to throw the
rider off, who fell on bis head, and for
a time was entirely senseless. We un
derstand that a fatal result is not ap
prehended from this latter accidental-
though tno boy is very seriously nurt.
The following from the Clearfield
A colored man named John Moul-
ton had one of his legs so badly crush
ed, on Monday the 7tn iuat., as te make
amputation necessary. He jumped
irom tne Train, wnue it was in motion,
at Stiners, a station in this county en
the Tyrone aud Clcai field railroad,
and striking an embankment, one ot
his legs was thrown on tue track and
the cars passed over it, crushing is as
Tho two fellows one named Jilli-
son, and the other Lovejoy who rob
bed Jere Brady of '00, and gold
watch, at the Smith House on Tuesday
night of last week, were traced to
within three mile of Gettysburg, Indi
ana county, by Constable Mack, and
there arrest?d by him ou Friday, aud
lodged in jail at this place on batur
day. The watch and money both be
ing found upon the persons of the par
ties makes their cenvictoin certain.and
their chance vey good for a couple of
years in the Western Penitentiary.
There was also found upon the person
of one of them a "slung shot ot cast
iron, weighing three pounds, and at
tached to tt heavy strip of leather.
I hey are boarding at bhentt "
while awaiting their trial.
We clip w ""towing items irom
ii ?. i.
The1 residence of George Lowery
r iwksville, was entirely destroy
by fire on Saturday last. A part
oi the t.rruiu.. on the fir8t floor wn3
saved. The act i, ig not tnoWD
but is supposed to have ca,ht froul a
defective flue, or from sparks felling
on the roof. 8
Eli McCoy, of this place, acciden
tally broke his leg while assisting some
stone-masons at Transfer. The bone
was broken in two places. The patient
is doing well under the circumstances.
On the 12th inst., the roof of the
Cleveland Shaft, near Sharon, fell,
striking John Reed, who was at work
in the mines and injured him so severe
ly that he died next morning.
A man named John Flick, living
near Hickory Corners, this couty, shot
himself through the head ou Friday
last, while carelessly handling a pistol.
We clip the following items from
the Elk Advocate :
. Last Saturday, 21st inst., there was
some difficulty between two men, at
St. Mary's, this county, named respec
tively 1 rank Taidess and John ltofT
mau, during which Paidess stabbed
Hoffman in the arm with a dirk-knife,
inflicting a severe wound.
Harry Swartz while engaegd saw
ing wood at Hyde Hank & Whitniore's
mill, this place, last Monday, had bis
right haud badly mutilated by its
coming in contact with tho saw; the
forefingerjwas sawed entirely, and tha
thumb rartly, off.
A Chapter op Accidents. The
week has been prolific ia accidents.
First, the horrible explosion of glyce
rine published in our last. Second,
Mr. Cozzens, who is employed in the
Tidioute Mills, was caught in a shaft
by his vest, and had the fleshy portion
of the left arm terribly lacerated.
Third, an Sunday last as Mr. F. Dunn
was going to Titusville, his horses
started from the drinking trough at
the Pine Grove House, on a run, col
liding with a tree a short distance be
yond, squeezing Mi1. Dunn against
the tree, and very seriously injuiing
him, so much so that it was feared it
would result fatally, but we are hap
py to say that he is out of danger aud
recovering fast, and will soon show his
genial face upon the street Fourth,
Mr. DeRocher's horse ran away, spill
ing the boy who was driving, aud
knocking the wagon into smithereens.
Fatal Accident. Edward Wain-
wnght, son of C. W. Wainwright, of
isennezette, was killed at Korthumber
laud last Saturday. The bank of the
river at that point is very steep, and
while the young man was walking
along the edge of the bank, he fell,
striking his head against the rocks,
and was precipitated into the river.
Assistance, was promptly at hand, but
wheu taken out he was dead. The de
ceased was aged 18 years a young
of much promise. His remains were
taken to his home for interrment.
Frank Richards, a son of T. B.
Richards, of this place, a lad some 13
years of age, came near drowning last
Saturday, w hile bathing in the Clarion
river, near tho Toby bridge. He got
iu over head, and was on the point of
drowning, when Mr. A. W. Corbett,
who happened to be near, plunged in
and rescued him. Clarion Democrat.
We take the following from the
Clarion Republican :
Carlos Corbett, a son af W. L. Cor
bctt, Es.,- of this place, on Friday
last was leading a cow to the field,
with a rope, when by some means he
fell and was kicked in the face by the
cow, breaking off his front teeth and
Splitting his upper lip.
On Tuesday afternoon the 16th inst.,
the dwelling-house of William White
in Perter township, was struck by light
ning, setting tiro to the building, which
was soon wrapt in flames. The house
was just new, having been occupied
by Mr. White but a short time. Noth
ing in the upper part of tho building
was saved' The loss is estimated at
12,200, which falls heavily on Mr.
White as he had no insurance.
A gentleman who arrived from
West IIiokory,this forenoon, informs
us that nearly the entire burnt district
at Fagundus City is built ever, and
with a superior class of buildings. It
is surprising how rapidly these oil
t6wns do build up, in the very face of
the fire fiend, lhe business men of the
oil region are of that active energetic
dafs that will not be put down by eith
er fire or flood. If visited by disaster
they are sure to rise and flourish again.
No section of country exhibits a mere
energetic lot of live men than the oil
region. Beat it, who can ! i ff. CVn.
At Olcopolis, on Saturday, a lady
with a little child in her arms got
aboard, the Oil Creek train, and in so
doing, dropped her parasol in the aisle.
A polite doctor from Petroleum Ccn
tre aunnosinz it to have been drormcd
by a lady that had just left the car,
made a rush for it and passed it through
the car window to the crowd ou the
platform. By this time the train had
got under motion and when the owner
claimed it in a loud voice it had passed
beyond reach. I be doctor looked as
if he would sell out on "reasonable
terms." Cor. Erie Dupalch
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Niacr Falls, rtuapenslon Bridge, Cleve
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STATIONS. Nrf. 1. No. B.
Now York L'vo f 00 A. M. 11 00 A. M.
Jersey City ' 9 15 ". 1115 "
ixewnrn 11 m "
Patterson " 12 00 M.
ruriiers " 10 ij " 1 86 din.
Newbtirah " 1140 A.M.
PortJervin Arr 1155 ' 8 85 "
WnRhamton " 8 69 " 9 17 "
Klmira " 6 44 " 11 R "
Corning " 24 12 28 A. M.
Rochester " 10 27 "
RufTalo " 10 60 " 6 20 "
Niagara Falls " 11 M " 7 10 "
Susp. Bridge u 12 00 M. 7 15 "
i un Kirk " l no A. M. 7 20 "
Jamentown L've 11 08 p. M. 6 16 "
Corry " 12 01 A. M. 7 85 "
Union " 8 04 "
Meadvllle 1 25 " 9 20 "
Cleveland 6 60 2 30 "
Pnvton " 12 80 P.M. 7 25 "
Cincinnati " 2 45 M 10 15
STATIONS. No. 7. No. S.
New York li've 5 80 p. K. 7 00 P. M
Jersey City ' 8 45 " 7 20 "
jNewura " 6 40 "
Pnterson " 0 25 "
Turners 7 45 Sup. 9 10 8p-
Newburph " 5.80 p.m.
Port Jervis Arr 9 20 " 10 30 T. M.
Ulncthanuon 2 21 A. V. 8 19 4. M.
Klmira " 4 40 . " 5 1." "
Corning " 6 a " 6 ( "
Ilorhentcr " 9 65 A. X. 9 i5 "
liullalo " 11 20 11 20 "
NiBjmra Falls" 12 15 p.m. 1J 15 "
HuHp. Bridge " 12 25 " U 25 "
lHiukirK " 12 r3 " l'J 63
Corry . "
11 86 A. M.'ll 3 A.M.
12 60 P. M. 12 AO P. M.
2 20 Din.
7 20 p. m.
4 05 a. m.
6 30 "
t 20 Pin.
7 SO r. m.
4 05 a. ni.
6 30 "
Additional Local Tralrs IVestward.
0:30 A. M., except Snndnis from-Salamanca.
Stopping at Red" House 7:15,
Stcainbnrg 7:60, Randolph i8:24, Kennedy
t;:i5, Jamestown 11;00, Asville 11::15.
Panama 12:Z p. m., Grant l., roeuoia
1:08, Columbus 1:42, Corry 2.17, Conoord
2.4:i, Union S.12, Mill VilUge 4.12, Millers
4.to, CnnibildgoQ.24, VetuiigoS.40, Suegor
town tS.Oi, and arrivlnie at MeadviUe at
o.30 p. in.
19 ,:tn T xr f.nn. cnian.....
Stopping at Red i louse 1.07, Stcamburg
i.m, nanuoipn z.iu, Kennedy James
town 3.83. Ashville 4.13. 'Panama 4.35,
Corry e!o Concord 8.32,'Uniou 7.15, and
arriving at Meadvillo at 10.20 p. m.
4.00 P. M.. dailv. from Salamanca.
Stopping at Red House 4:23, Steamburg
viv, jianiioipu 4:.7, Kennedy n:, James
town 6:50 Ashville 6:15, 'Panama 8:30,
rirati tVMl.nM A.r.A rl. . ... 1...- T.m
"i, a i .nvii. v.uv, vi'iuiiiuiin r.iW
Corry 7:22, Union 8:00, and arriving at
ALeaavuie at v.M p. m.
STATIONS. ' No. 12. No. 4.
Cincinnati IV ve 9 45 p. m.
Dayton " 12 03 a. m.
Cleveland " 7 25 "
11 2 Din.
12 27 p. in.
12 60 "
1 40 "
1 25 "
Sunn. Brider "
1 40 "
1 48 "
2 40 '
4 00 "
6 OS Sup.
7 83 p. in
8 10 "
2 63 a. m,
fi 8.1 p. rtt
Miagara i alls "
6 42 '
5 40 "
10 20 "
11 48 "
12 26 a. IU.
2 28 "
7 05 "
11 40 a. m.
9 05 Bit.
10 IS a. m.
2 05 p. in.
10 53 a. m.
11 10 a. in.
1 15 p. m.
3 28 "
10 00 ' "
2 S3 a. 111.
4 05 "
6 02 "
6 40 "
fl 00 "
7 00 "
9 43 ,
10 65 "
11 30 "
8 80 "
8 43 Sup.
7 88 p. in.
8 12 "
8 30 p. m.
Port Jervis Arr
Jersey City, "
New York "
Hnsp. Bridge "
Niagara Falls "
7 00 "
fl S.3 "
7 00 a.m.
6 45 a. in.
3 35 p. in.
8 10 Sup.
9 R5 p. m.
10 SO "
10 00 "
11 20 "
2 68 a. m.
4 25 "
6 04 "
11 40 "
1 18 Din.
2 20 p. in.
6 15 "
8 10 p. in.
12:01 A. M except Sundays, from Mead
viUe. Stopping at Union 2:33, Corry 8:40,
Columbus 4:13, Frsehold S"5, Grant 6:!t3,
Panama 6:o6, Ashville 6:3.', Jamestown
7:06, Kennedy 7:47, hUndolph 8:25. Steam
burg 8:55, Rod house 9:20, aud arriving ut
Salamancc at 9:55 a. m.
6:20 A. M., except Sundays, from Mead
viUe. Stopping at Saegertown 6:55,
Venango 0:b, CaDibridge6:32, Millers 7,02,
Mill Village 7:25, Union 8:04, Concord 8:45,
Corry 9:30, Columbus 9:50, Freehold 10,80,
Grant 10:57, Panama 1&03 p. m., AshviUe
12:01, Jamestown 2:05, Kennedy 3:00, Ran
dolph 3:50, Steamburg 4vJ0, Red House
6:20, and arriving at Salamanca at 6:55
1:10 P. M.f except Sundays, from Mead
viUe. Stopping at Saegertown 1:3:1,
Venango 2:10, Cambridge 2:20. M'41ers2-.lO
Mill Village 2:50, Union 3:12, t'onoird 3:32,
Corry 3:"jo, Col umlius 4:0o, FreehoeJ 4 ;i5
Grant 4:50, Panama 6:12, Ashville 6:27'
Jamestown 6:00, Kennedy 0:46, Randilph'
7:17, S'e&mburg 7:40, Rod House S:OU, ad
arriving ul Salamanca 8:80 P. M.
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I ties to ever exceed tho snticinaiions form
I J 1. 1 , ....!.. . .., 1 J
ou uy us iviuliioo, nan esiiuiuueu
to offer it to the public, and is happy to
state that he lias perfected arrigomenls for
a regular mommy supply ot this wonder
ful Plant. He has spent much time ex
perimenting aud investigating as to the
most etnciout preparation iron it, for pop
ular use. and lias for some time usoxl in
his own vractice with most happy results
the effectual medicine uow prison ted to
tno pu micas
Dr. WELLS' Extract of JURUBEBA
and ho conlldently recommends it to every
family as a househould remedy which
should bo freely taken as a Blood Pcri
t.r in all doragenionun of the system and
to animate and lortily all weak and l.yin
phatic tcmiu'ramcnts. JOHN U. KE
LOGG, Plait St., New York. Sole Agent
for the United HtaUw. Price One Dollar
per bottle. Send for Circular. 60-4t
AGENTS WANTED FOR FIFTV
YEARS IN THE M AGIO CIRCLE X
Brimful of fun an and humor, with inci
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ot tue worm, n describes ins iricKa anil
feats as a Magician and Ventriloquist.
Hold only by subscription. Liberal tsrins
to good Agents. Address, Butliold Ash'
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AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE,
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Or 5000 facts for Phislcal Eqistenee. B
A. 11. Piatt. M. D. Au entirely new worl
of the utmost value ts all. Itlsnota"Doo
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Ion life, without the usage of drugs or
ii led icon o. Agents will lind it one of the
mostdesirnlilo works In the Mold. For ex
tra terms and full particulars, address
Quaker City Pub. House, 217 it 219 Quince
St., r-lilla. 5-4t
DEAFNESS, Catarrh Scrofula. A lady
who had suffered for years from Deaf
ness, Catarrh aud Scrofula, was cured by
a simple remedy. Her sympathy and
gratitude prompts her to seiid the receipts
free of charge to auy one similarly alllict
ed. Address Mrs. M. ,C. Leggutt, Jersy
city, (i. j. 6-jt
On Ways and by-ways in the Hidden life
By OtUcer Mc H alters. A uarralive of
jo years experience am ,ng Ban kllobbers,
Coiinterfcilers. Tides. l'i-k Dockets. Ix)tto.
ry Dealers. Conliilcnce Mm and Swindlers
or an classes ot society ilivlosing mrrk
ed instances of diabolical Vengonce and
iceo Mm joans oi miseuiei a4tt outrage
iiiui snowing tne modes bv ileh tlmv
were traced out and scoundrels bfinight to
juaiico. j large volume oi over oji puges
uu iuii iiir- uniitiviii;n.
For circular and terms address tho pub-
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NOTICE. Whereas letters testamentary
to the estato of H. F. A. Stinglo, hue
of Kingsley Township, dt-e'd, have beeu
granted to tho subscriber, all persons iu
dcbled to said estutoare requested to make
immediate payment, and those having
claims or demands against the estate of
said decedent, will make known and pro
sent the mme without delay, duly authen
FKEU'CK. LEDAKOUR, Executor,
-flt Kingsley Township,
U IMKUNH SM ITClBa
CO T ! r tb
4 Uralar la ' til I HIH VT--
fl r AOEHTS WANTED r"
W P J
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Tha plsos t buy avery yarMy wt it
Very best teas
L 0 WEST PRICES?
1 at', tha oxtenslrs Tea Stora at
n. T. CHAITET,
whers you can always find a largs aart-'
ment ol tne nest is ni iw iur pria.
A larg assortment of
Groceries and Provisions,
unequaled In finality and cheapness byany
other store in Warren county, always on
hand. The people of Forest county wlll,
save money by purchasing thsir suppUaa
at this place.
Best brands of.
FA MIL J. FL 0 UM,
dollverod at any depot on tha lint of tta B
Store on Main St. near tha Depot.
BOOT AND SH O
TF YOU WANT a perfect fit and a 4
X article of Boots and Shoos, of tha Basal
89 CENTRE STREET, OIL CITT, PA.
"Satisfaction guaranteed. 2-SS tf.
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DRILLING TOOLS, AND ALL KJ3TM
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Room No. 2, ChaiJTsUwart'sUsk, 4
-3ra TiTUSVILLB, A-!
S. C. CLARK,
WATCH MAKER & JEWELER,
Ard Dealer in
WATCHES, JEWELRY, AUD
Repairing done in a workm&nlika
manner aud warranted to give satia
VENTURE HOT I
ADJOINING TBS BITOT,
WHITE OAK, Forest County, tk.
HUMMASON, BRO'B, Propr'a.
THIS house is new and fitted up ia first
class style, nd is headquarters for all
persons visiting the great oil held of Hick
ory. The -bar ia furnished with tha best
of liquors. Tho proprietors will spare no
pains te make it the most desirable stop
ping ple iu ths oil regions. 12-ly.
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