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Petroleum Centre Daily Record. Pet. Ceutrt-, Tncp.lHT. Nov. 93. ARUIVAL, AND DE PA HTl'HK OF TRAINS ON O. C. A. B. IU Pdl'TII. Ko. 2, lfl9senner.Leare Corry 11.20 a. m : Titt-.sville. 12 69 p. m. ; Petroleum Cen tre, 1.40 p. m.; Oil City, 2 22 p. in.; lr Tineton, 6 10 p. m. No. 4. Passenger Leavo Corry G.10 a. in. Tittisvtllc, 7.35 a.m.; Petroleum Centre, 8.14 a m; Oil City, 8.59 a m; arrive at lr vineton 11-40 a m. No. 6, 1'awen per Leave Corry 0.05 p m; Titiihvillo, 7.50 p m; Petroleum Centre, 8,38 p in; arrive at Oil City 9,20 p ra. SOUTH. No. 1, Pacseucer Leave Irvineton 7.15 a m; Oil City, 10,10 a m; Petroleum Cen tre, 11,05 a m; Titnsvilie, 11,50 a m; arrive ut Corry 1.40 p in. No. 3, Passenger Leave Irvlneton, 12, 05 p m: Oil City 2.67 p m; Petroleum Cen tre, 3.36pm; Titnsvilie, 4,20 p m; arrive at Corry 5.45 p in. No. 6, Passenger Leave Oil City 7,00 a m: Petroleum Centre, 7,43 a m; Titnsvilie, ,30 a ra; arrive at Corry 10,10 a m. Olvluo Services. PSESBYTKRIAN CHURCH. Preaching at 11 o'clock A. M., and 'clock P. M. KEvy J. T. Oxtobt, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Serviced every Salibath at 11 A. M. ami P. M. Sabbath School at 12 P. M. coll free. A cordial .Invitation extend d to'all. ' Eev. C. M. Hiaud, Paster. STS. PETER AND PAUL'S '(Catholle) Man at 10 a. ra. Vesper and Benediction of tb Blessed Sacrament at 4 p. ra. Catechism at Z p. m. JAMES DUSN. Pastor. x iii- 1 1 juj it. in., jRS!iUKf r uuin, oonu wii delayed an hour and a half ly an en gine .tEinjr off tho track at Oil City. This mornings train. South, took a large number of our citizens to Franklin, as wit nesses and spectators to the trial of Gni Rheil. The screen behind which David Tatestood when be was shot, and through which the fatal ball passed, was taken lo Franklin this noon to offer in evidence where tbo trial is In progress. Last night i he engine bouse and rig on lease 56, Pierson Farm, was burned to the ground, wit look fire from the escape of Ras, and entails loss of from two to three hundred dollars to G. J, Cro, owner of (bo well. About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon the boiler of the Funk Well, near Titu.ville, exploded smashing tho engine bouse into splinters, and greatly injuring the engineer, named Jessie Hays. The came of the explosion is not known. Hiss Foresee, who. has sued Gen Butler for the recovery of Gen. Twiggs's swoids, Is a niece of Gen. Twiggs, and that the story told by Mr. Parton in his "New Or leans" volume Is destitute of truth.' The assertion made at that time that Miss Flor ence was the mistress of Gen. Twiggs, Is without foundation. We notice that it is annnonnced income of the New York papers that the newspap ers in Pennsylvania aro advocating the ex elusion of the Bible from tho Common Schools. Under our laws the Bible may bo used or excluded at the option of. the teachers or School Boards, and in many of the Schools it has been used for years. They have a way in New York for al tnust everything. Awhile ago Horace G rep ly's watob was stolen. An attorney, whose practice made Mm familiar with the thiev ing fraternity, gave general notice tbut the watch must be returned and it was. A f(cw days ago Mr Hastings, of the Cotimicr oiai Advertiser, was relieved of bis wafch. The Sun advised the thief to ro'nrn it, as it was a much prized gift from Thurlow. Weed. The thief took tho advice and sent back the watoh with a cbaraoleristlo note, express log bis "regret, not nolo the man 'was a editur." The subsidy business will bo up in Wash ington on a lurge scale this winter. The amount asked of Congress, It is estimated by those who aro familiar with the sutject will not full short of $500,000,000 In money or bonds, and 250,000,000 acres ut Govern mcnt land. Indeed, bills have been Intro ,dueed in the last and present Congress, ask ing for abeut two-lbirds of ftiese sums, and those known to be in preparation will bring them fully up to (he figures named. The highest order of legal talent has been engag ed to push these tlaims. One applicant has retained sn ex-United States Attorney General, another employs an ex-Secretary or the Interior, and another an c:;-M.ijor G moral. mciKiiertlie Iflnrdercr lulils Cell. Fnm the Rochester Vnivn. There is now lying in the jail of this city Ban named Joseph Messnor, under sen tence of death. Unless the Stale Executivo should interpose by reprieve or communica tion, on the 10th day or December be will be executed. This condemned man is verg ing upon sixty years of age. and is already far advanced upon the road from life's prime to the grnve. Ho will be missed and mourn ed as little 'as any man in the city whtn dead, because be is as little known as any. Messnrr is to be executed not because be Is clearly guilty of murder not because public so regard It not because the public eafoty demands his life not even because the moral inlliienco of the gallows must be maintained. It is because brs counsel were too confident in there ability to pro cure his acquittal- because the jury did not understand the full (orator the verdict they were to leturn because, technically he stands proven guilty of murder, and there Is no legal opening by which be can be re leased. Full assortment of Diaries for 1870, just received at W. H. Nicholson & Co's. Sta tionery ami Variety Store. f oov.23lf. Last evening a young man from Mead vlllo, came to this place in seaioh or a b.otbcr, whom he learned was seriously ill here. It seems that.tbe brother had been on tho creek for some months.and had led a wild and dissipated lifo during that time. After some search tho young man was found up town In a ploce of ill-repute, in the lost stages nf a leatbsnme and nameless disease. Tho yonng man, who hod como to look after blm, took him away to-day to his home, This boy 'was a few years ago a steadr, virtuous young man, out railing in with evil companions bo rapidly fell iulo Uad habits, and is now u mere reck of humanity with epparaiitly but a saort tune to live. Ho was a sa l sight to look upon, emaciuterl and wasted uway to almost a living corpse, a victim of dissi pation and licentious passions. To look nt him was a regret that man could so degrade himself. . The old osUplishcd blouse of Owen Gar ieny, Is acknowledged byoll to be the place to find pure and unadulterated wines and liquors. nov.lDlni. News Iienin. A lady in Verden, III., bus earned a farm of 700 acres by leaching school. Eugenie no doubt thinks tho Suez Car al the meat striking passage in Egyptian hie lory. l'ere. Hyacinths is tlio gueat of the lion. R. C. Winlhrop at Brooklyn, near Boaton. Bergon, Germany, nan a papiur-maclio church which will bold ono thousand peo ple. Twenty.five tliousaul dollars fats been refused lor an ebht internet iu the Onon daga, stoneman. Camphausen, the prtecnt Prussian Bout well, was formerly o President of the Co logne Chamber of Uuuimeice. A lady in Santa Clara, Cnl., had to have a leg amputated in consequence of an injury received by kneeling en a hoop skirt. Gladostono recently, during a drrury Parliamentary debate, occupied his time by translating iuto Greek itiu hymn "Uuck of Ages." Tbo Rusaiaa Legation in Sweilzerlnnd has been transferred from Berne loGnnevp, on account of the greater number of R is slauj in the latter city. The cook of tho Eiupcrior of Austria committed suicide in grief that the dinner prepared for Iho Crown Prince i.f Prussia was put appioved. Iu London they have abandoned the ve locipede and adopting steam wagonettes; which, however, they aro only permitted to use at night. -' A bpggar in England carries a physician's certificate, which, when deciphered, is found to testify that tho bearer is slllicted with hypocrisy and laziness. A bride iu Cheatham county, Tenn., ur rayed ior tho altar concluded to marry an old lover who cutno hurriedly to see tu ceremony, nod she actually did it. A Itucbeslcr lady writes that tho Onon daga stouo man reminds her of Senator Uos coe Conkling, "though he is not near bo good looking as the Senator," A Reform Evangelical Spanish .Church has been established, ut Seville, and the Rev. J. B. Cabera bs gone to Madrid to obtain a charter for its organiz uion from the Cortes. A member of" tho Tennessee House of Representative recently pTered a resolution for the sale ot the portraits or Gen. Thomas and Sanator Brownlow, owned by the Sta.to. Tha Chm-okoo Council ciuv.viol at Ta'o leqtinb, Arkansas, on tho at int. Tlio In dians are siHl to ba iu a pisspcrjus condl- A Philadelphia Scnmitioii-Tlio.Mnu who Inherited ?7G,IOO.UOO Fsein the l-'hlUuVlphla Ago. There has been a ruddeu explosion in our higher life circles an explosion; that has caused disaster, dismay, and grief. Some weeks ago the announcement appeared that a young man, who, fot three years prior, had been serving the guests of a Ilarris burg hotel with tripe and browned fish balls, bad fallen"heir lo jui Jintrfrnse . for tuue. Discarding the towel, tho npron, and dispelling that air kof servile .submis sion which all thoroughly instructed wait ers avf supposed to posses, Jic, launched ohI ibto a career of fashionable excitement umi flirtation. He came to this city. The re-! port spread quickly ,of tho foitune, which, by the death of an aunt iu. England, he had fallen heir to; miil.gossip p.ii.snl it from mouth to inooih, until it was ilteiared, with his saucticm, thai. h,kwus ll.n uc!y possessor of $7d. 01)0,000. To authenticate' all this he wouid hiiu.i what , appeared tu be true and failhlul transci ips ut the wii:, deeds, Ac, of this gteat est, i.e. ilo l.eciuie intimate with our Market street merchants. Possessing the open sesame, cheuli, and money, he Tumid no difficulty iu cicepiug iuto laiiiionub.o society, und, l!ieupiiog iug up as a teal, uudisuisml lien. A certain West Philadelphia .Congress man detailed bis uouch and two to .convey this young loid ab nit. 'I ho .-managers ol a number. of our chantrble institutions re ceived bis noies, promising donations ol etertling exiraviginee. He even went so far as to ileclaie his intention ol enriching his Trieuds who had kuowu bim when be was nothing mor,i than a pour, dnwmrod den server ol tripo Mid steal;; and living in this belief, they Invited liiiu lo their homes, und tiealcd him in a Uiendly wan ner us tht-ir means would e.llow. About a week Ofjo'lhe great deuounecmenl came. It was uiscovtred that wuilw hv.- had i-.-ceived u imaii icnune. aoout 4-o,tiuu, U:rouf;j ins own Buiiuus aud conceit it wes pul'Ad up to ruortnous ouiount named. What he diil hud carried him along for three weeks with al tho eclttt and individual gnuidu.-r that envelopes a prince. His money is all gone; ke is denied wherever bis name is known, 'snd the bon-tm wonJir at their short-sigbtcdiiess in believing him endowed with tho wealth to confessed 'o. Unfortu nately for, him ho had mentioned high pai lies in New Y..nk. its being lis buckets. They were telegraphed to, and lennocd ni; answerthat be was'nn impostor. 500 barrels of choice Winter Apf.les. nt Wechtei-it Fetters. nov. 23 I'. The New York Sua s.ij s the Hon. Tlujh Hastings, who lB;ely lost his watch, which the Sun ivcovcivd lor him by its inMueooe on tiu con-.-ie;.!.-- a thi.-f, is infrine-), "by a gen t!i m m wiio knows, thai tho On omlnge r-t-ii'i' giant was ntadi! in C'hit.igu, and wes luoi.gbt to Onondui;ci coun'v a yoaragoawl depositd afn-r ilurk in the spot win-in it w.f found.'- How lucky tlut it was depus te.l nln-r davi., for il it had been done In daylight the i:--i. might have been fjtind out. But who was ihi- pon'Ieirin that o-ive '.hi- iiirurmai iuiV And wm iu Chicago made the sti'.in-? Ai.l 'mm whs it that lirougtit it lo i) i ,i IV.,, ,..,.-,, y :1 veer ai; And who buried it at Caniol' ef er di-i!.7 Let i.s Live i lo- truth, and i;-.:h:i:.; i. n La truth. Ex-SeercUrj tjumou's h-'.'.ih U tmp-ov-ing. The bi'iik-tnei oa the llu l. !; aro on u strike. Tho new Minister liuiu H iyii. i-n. T i'e successor to Laivrbe, has urrive.l in Va!-h-inglon. A flro nt l'"urt jtully. l)al;otn Territory, recently, destroyed a niillio.l dollars' worth of Government nores. The Catholic church at Ililoxi, Jliss., wsb demolished by tho recent storm. 600 barrels ol cheico Winter Apples, at Wachter & Feller's. 800 barrels of cborico Winter Apples at Wachtir t Felk-r's. Kin Gi.e.vi:a.. largo osiorlment, at Lainois & Alden's. Ordeis taken for snit.i and fits gurantoed, at Lummers & Ahlen's. For Groceries nod Fruit go to tiliiills. He has Cranberries, Apples, Fears, Ches nuts, Sweet' 1'otalies, Candies, and every thing you can us!; for, at wholesale nnd re tail. ' 1'rices low. nov,17-tf. Tho largests stock and best variety ever offered on Oil Creek, is nt Guff'eny's. Cli.)'i, Maiim, H.-bUick, Given Sea!, Gold rfjal and other favorlt Lrands, Cin be had by tjudinslo Gaffney's. novH'im. Underclothing III large quantities at Lam mors A Alden's. Buckskin Gloves, cheap, at Ltunmers &, Alden's If you would inuko a pressnt to a friend give ono of Kellers's German Stiver Lamps. GnlTeny's is solo agent. Reduced Prices at Lumniers &. Aldcn'f. nov.22tf. $1 00 buys a bottle ot Gaffnej'.s Sunday Comfort, every family should have it. N 14 W ADV fcUTlSEMENTS." The Old ;uil B'stiiMislicd 3' S. SOBEL, Prop'r. I3oor loi.1ScloKM Opera t 1osisij Potroletim Centre. Aficr n n'imtiftr of yea" spoilt iQ entering to tlic v:mt" vi ihoriiitiirt of iVroleiim (.Vntitf (, un'l '"fn ty. I 1'-irH ;o ivtuni my ilniiilxH inr tin r ivi'voinm ml rn-c'Tii'- tip'iit ; '(', tu 'nlonu tlini tlin: I hiiv ' ;id K-J tiri'ut y to my -ti-k it.i Kiiii, nri'l willi iu-nrrts-fi iiii "It iIpj ft'u oai.b Ml !o rill I'litajicr ;l.an cvtr bofoic- just opevt:d Another Fres'i ? ply of WINTER" DRY GOODS. tfilk, I'imcv Oitjss (oitrfj, .litttlil'n iiilk V-Iv.ti, arid itt-iivev Chtllix. rui.L a.':-'o::tment of FINE FIXES im suibs or mm ULANK.KTn Fi.ANWK'.S .'- snAWL", i'Lont-5 a OAi:;:.Mt;i:i:s, t'jrpcis, li Vlnttis mts. I TnrvK ftiJ fsTcnt'I.r, n-d a f.;!l line o! liL- i' FUit.MUIMi liOOi'S. r.i.rir..:t. Li Mrs. WyckofF, f.' 1- riTc fo !r.f'-r'n th-'j'uM!y tfuU b! o tic ra liiovo! l':u:.i tl. I'y.beri l uriu,- Totba Ntst SaiMir.fr 3law HI- B. llininons Druj; Store, V.'h' ro t.!ie'viil !;uep ft'flr.e a-si rttn'-i:t oT Millinery Goods, (il.T) LADIES' CAFS, fr'i'.'.VTIISJSS V FliOWEIlS. "5" Sol;t:;'iDfr a'em.-o r f piib'-c rnronnc-T Vr. W. tio;,e lo p!ea-e thos j w'ao may fnvortier wl:h ae.ill ituvltl.lw. Drilling; Jars. Wo wr.nl. I r-vneetrullv nnnotmee to our c:uto. mors find iho puhllc gehorully lhat wo ketp cou stunt ly on h ind Cast Steel Drilling Jars ! Whlfh for stro-H-lh and llnraht'lty exec! any Stcjl J inuil .Jai- he:TtolV,.u iu u-o. Tlio ltlvanlagas wo CI;i5ni ovor Meed .T on urn that, Ix-inr. ATX STKIir,, thev Hie slmiiver tli 11 Jnr.j eoi'.piH.id .imly of Iroii; that Dre.-entini; a stent Mi'i-'aen to iliuro'.ih, thuy aro :.'oiujied from u if on the ouLiitlo, and wlil Ueea their ahupo luii.-r. Wo Warrant Them to 8ri I'iifu'en Sl;in;ivil l'i't. Wo also keen on hatd C:it Ertiti Woi'kiiisr ISnrrcIs. FhSit'r, Morris & ji. M'.JTHOMCtJ.Tl Cra't'SE, Hot 12t!i, lS-Mt -tf. -pHANRMN',1 PA., IXhUHANCK t'OMPAN I. H. HILIIARD, Agent. Itenresf-titeit nn d cnrediMi invi-Ml, il I v ,v r . .. lilgrellnh'ecmniiaiiloH: "'..uw- u.e iiii'imi i.ue insurance Co. ol N. Y -tk. cnietnl. c--r. Thoin'.lna l.trelnsurnnn-Co.of Hartford - Conn., rntiHl. The Home lusurnnco Co. of Kew York, s,'.i.oeo l.BSS.n;4 6tKl.(lro S.hl'O ma C-lipitftl, rhe liisurnnenCo of North A niork-a, I'd., eanltnl. The lloiiKi of New Harm, C tn-.tlcnt, ripllal. Th Ailnny City tiinnrni're Co., of Alba- ny, New York, eai-ititl. The Miieilnin l.ifolnsuiaiiec Co. br I'liiinaetpnin, capitoi. This Aieiicy Is mnoiiK tho olrlent sei-nrin. i. .. Stsieof I'emi-ylvania. e. of I'lillaih-ii lua Z fnid ibnhm tlio hiil fourtera ycirw over $300,000 IN LOSSES Oonil Dwelllnitlluuses. Clinn-liiM. s, i,n,,i 11 and other luillilltipi Insured rerpotnally. Oil lntired In Store and In Transit. 'o lu j,, 1, nil on shori iiuilra, In any of iheaiov I. U i ir.-a:e t.'(niauie. Ofll.to iu Franklin Kxa -,.."' int;5:i;u)t Pioneer LIQUOR STORE. The snliscribeif, liiitinif iim-w liascathe st.i r.d ct JNl. Mo ney, on WA8IIIXGT1IX 1I!KS', PelrOlciini Cciilrc. la., - HAS OPI.XKU A Branch Liquor Store and will continue to keep con stantly on hand a full supply ot PURE LIQUOHO, OF ALL KIND.. J. Ac 9f. B Alt RETT. T trolenm Centre, Nov. ISth,1'. If. 1359. ' TOR TUB Fal! Trade WW GOODS, XKW GOODS, WASHINGTON ST., 3 1 roleum Centre. Pa. IIA3 JUST OTENED A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF F3REI3N & T035ESTI0 HM P 111 a J. Bill, For tho Fall Trsile, embracing full Line ' BLAC1T ALAFACAS, POFLIX ALArCAS, ropuxs, silks CJLOABS.S, SHAWLS, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Chintzes, Calicos, Muslins, and a choice assortment of ' LADIES AND GENTS FUfftXISSIIMI GOODS ! And slsoa choice assortment of FLANNE S very cheap. Our Line of Alpacas and Pop lin Alpacas is the finest and cheapest In th plane, suptlStlf First das Saloon and Itcstan rnnt. WASHIXOTOM BL'ltEET, Fetralcum Centre. rtVAK h.st Lie ei- lleer constantly on drancht, and 1 and all the 1 lioieeH Wiiun nnd Cipirn, Iiimhor eer t hee-" Miit vr l-BKe, H ilid lehei.f ardinn, COUTJiViOO VOIJCUb'H, lroirlaton. Oct.! :tr. (Fred. SclmlU old rtauU.