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JbMM Blk7Titivli!e,Pa., Merchant Tailors ! . Fall and Winter Styles! IDUEIO.V & A3IEIUC.1I Coatlugi, TetMig SLOTHS-and' OASSIMEliES, Willi BBWjnnlled rurll'tles far making them p bi tiw uitMt approved uianuei. Hats and Caps. Ilk Iloffs Mnde to Order. Perfect Satisfaction Always VaaranteeA. ) etroleum Centre Daily Record. f el. Ceutrc, rrldar Dee. 9. AaRIVAI. !!. DPARTl'KG OF TKAMiS OXO.C.ftA.B.K, On aod after Monday, Nov. 23th, 1870, v trains wilt run as follows: north ko. 6. yn. Z no. 1. Leaf o Xrvlo. 12.01 p m. 5.10 p m . Leave Oil City 7,00 A K. 2,55 p M, 7,50 p M- i'ei.Uen 7.4U 3.3 " 8,30 ' Tltttsv. 8,:.0 4,25 9,12 ' Arrive Corry, 10,00 " 6,57 " 10,38 " SOCTU. KO. 2. NO. . KO. 6. leave Curry, 11,05 a u. 6.10 a m. 6,15 p M TIUisV. 1Z.4U P H. 7,35 7,52 P. On. 1,27 ' 8,19 8.42 " Arrive O. City 2.10 11 9,02 ' 9,20 44 Irvine. 4,60 " 11. 4tt ' Z3T No. S and 6 run on Sunday. FKEIGHT TRAINS NOHT1I. Vo. 1. No. 13. Nv 11. Xo. 15. No. t. 10 C. (us a m. ii.iSA.it. kiBa.h. ,3(Iajis mm rr.v iu.iu i.iriPM m.is p ac. 8, 4,40 " Tttua, 11,14 A.. ' 1,4 " ,45" 6,10" Jul Corl.H ra. FKEIGHT TRAIXS, SOUTH. r0. 10. No. 8. No. 10. No. 14. No 20. Or. l,6ftra 1TI, D.OOa.X fl.30A.lf. 10.35 a.m. 11,14 am. 4 36p " l'(!,8,U0 0,40 ' 19,1 r u. 12 40rx .IK " ArUC'10,10 ' 10,8.1 " l.Ud ,u5 l.uo ' Ml City and Petroleum Centre freight, leaves Oil fltjr 1,10 p. m , arrive at Petroleum Centre S'.iO p. at. Laro Petroleum Centre At 4,40 p ni., arrives ati'dl Cdy i,uo p. ra. 1, 2. 8, 4, 6 mi 6 are eipr train. Xo, la I a through accouiniodaMoD, connect! at ' ry for East and North. aiiven palaci klkkpiko cam. Jo. 4 Itiroot from Philadelphia without change. J". 8 direct to Philadelphia without change. No. S Plroct from Pittsburgh without change. ? B-Direct to Pittsburgh without chance. Monday, Nov. fri. 1870. BHBaa'aMMaMMMMMMMMM Cold at 1 p. in., 110 Js The "corner" In oil baa "gone wbere tbe woodbine twlnetb." in other words It baa ceased to be a "corner." To-day at noon load I on wa atopped at Boyd Farm by a telegram from Titusville, a proposition Irons the ''bears" having been accepted by tbe "bulla" at that hour. The settlement was n a basis of $3,25 per barrel. The ship ments from Boyd farm up to tile settlement was 184 car, or 15,334 barrels. Oil Fine. Last evening tbe passenger train going south was delayed about two hours by a land slide near Bynd Farm. Tbe freight train going eotitb, wblcn left directly after tbe pacaenger train, last even ing, ran of tbe track 'between Hynd Farm and Rou'seville, aod from some cause un known caught fire- and seven tank cars filled with oil were destroyed. Tbe track was so' badly damaged that no trains baVe been able ir past op to this writing, 2 f, m. Tbe passengers and baggage on- tbe trains north and south wer transferred tbls fore. dooo both ways. A large foroe of workmen are engaged repairing tbe track and trains will be running as usual la a abort time. We did not learn what tbe damage was estimated at Later. Tbe damage la- repaired aod trains are now running as usual,. Extra copies of tbe Record containing ur month ly oil report can be procured at tbls office. . Rev, C. Ms Heard, formerly pbstor of tbe II. E. Church at this place, was in town yesterday. , He is now stationed at Ridge way In Elk county. Tfl are compelled to omit much local and oanermatter on account . of tbe extreme !5lb of wr clt rtiwit. . J I 1UOKTHI.Y it UEl'Olir. Below wo Rive our usual monthly oil re port lor the ruoulh of 'November. As we predicted in our report fur the month ol October there lias been a lulling oil on near ly all the farms' aod tracts 1o Ibis vicinity, especially on the McGrav farm. The pro ditctiou of this form for ibe month of Octo ber was 2,fiS6 barrels per il.iy, aud lor the month of November 1,944 barrels per day, showing a decrease ot 742 barrels per day. Tbe number of wells producing on tbe farm in tbe uioDlb of October was 42, and the average per well was 64 barrels dully The number of wells pumping during the month of November was 45, and tbe average per well 43 barrels dailv, showing a decrease per well of 21 barrola per day. There are at present fourteen Wills going down on the farm. Tbe Win. McCray faim decreased 7 barrels; tbe Dalzell 40 barrels; tbe Woods 16 barrels; tbe Poarsop 8 barrels, while tbe Columbia farm, Niagara farm and one or two other farms exhibit a slight increase, but not enough to balance the falling off. Tbe total average of tbe farms and tracts given in our table shows a daily production of 3,630 barrels, a decrease of 452 barrels sloce October. Tbe decrease in 'Octobet Iron tbe September production was 232 barrels. Sjme developing was done during tbe mriith on tracts lying east of this, on tbe Sadorus, Wilson and others. On tbe Wil son Farm two wells were sunk with indifferent success, aod five mora are going down. mere are proo- ably not over 31) wells drilling In this vicin ity at present, telng principally located o n tbe J. t?. McCray farm, Columbia farm, S. Boyd lurm, Metropolitan' tract, Cberrytree Run, and- the tracts alluded to above, and not many new wells will be jommenced before spring opens. The farmB and tract where the production is given from actual measurement by the superin tendents, and owners, are marked with a star; all others are estimated. On tbe first of tbe month there was in Iron tanks in this vicinity 1 12.477; barrels, an increase of 3,377 barrel aiuce October first. During tbe month the shipments from Ibis point of crude and refined was 92,109 barrels, against 92,938 during October: WOODS FARM. Average per day fur tbe nun lb. containing 30 day, 78 Number of wells pumping, 21 Average per well, 3 Number ot wells abandoned. 2 CENTRAL FARM. Average daily production, 260 Number of wells pumping, 43 Number of wells completed, . 1 Number of welli drilling, 1 cw.raniA FARM.' Average daily production, 340 Number ol wens pumping,- Average per weli,' 7 Number ol wells drilling,- ' 3 Number of wells commenced, 2 Number of wells completed, 2 K KENAN TRACT." Average daily production, 22 Number of wells pumping, 0 Average per well, 3 Number of wells drilling, 1 Number of wells completed, 1 j. 8.- m'crat fasm, A veratro dailv production, ' 1,044 Number of wells DumplDZ. 45 Averago per well, 43 Number of wells drilling 10 Number of wells emmenced,. 4 Number of wells completed, 6 Number of wells abandoned, 2 EVANS tract." Average daily production, Number of weila pumping, STEVBNSON FARM. Average dally production, Number of wells pumping, HTDB & EOBERT FARM." Average daily production, Number of wells pumping, 10 i 80 3 25 7 HERB F.IYR." Average dally production, 20 Number of wells pumping, 12 , ivy. m'crat farm a omeoa tract." Average daily production, . 44 Number of wells pumping, 6 Number of wells drilling, 1 haut tract." Average daily production, ' 10 Number of wells pumping, 6 UALZEIX FARM." , Average daily production, f6 Number of wells pumping,. 19 Average per well, 8 Number of wells drilling, J Number of wells commenced, 1 Number of wells completed, 1 Number of wells abandoned,'. 2 SAMUEL BOYD FARM." Average-daily production, 19 Number of wells pumpinir. , 3 Number of well oo mpleted, 1 j. b. skin:;eb farm." Average daily production, - S3 Numberof wells pumpi ng, 7 ARNOLD 4 PHINNKT TRACT." Average daily production, 40 Number ofw lis pumping, 8 PEROUH8E TRACT, WILD CAT IlOLuOW Average duily production. ' 7 NtiujbtT of w'elii rauipiog,. . I NIAGARA FARM. Average daily production, Number of well pumping, Number of wells completed, PEARSON FARM." Average daily production, Number ol wells pumping. Average por well, -Number of well drilling. Number of wells completed. Number of wells abandoned PAXTOS FARM." Average dally production, Number of wells pumping, A BOYD' FA If M," Averagi" daily production, Number of wells pumping, OKO. ESI'ET FARM." Average-daily production, Number of we. Is pumping, Number or wells completed, Numberof wells abandoned, KKNNEU8KTT TRACT. Average daily production, Number of wells pumping, CLASEMOXT FARM.. Average daily production. Number of wells pumping, BROWN FARM Average daily production', Number of wells pnnipiog, METnOPOI.tTAS TRACt." Average daily production, Number of wells pumping, Number of wells commenced, 113 25 1 45 15 .1 1 1 2 13 4 17 ' 4 4 3 1 1 R 3 16 4 62 13 20 r. 3 40 18 18 6 14 4 bainey Farm. Avenge dally production. Number of wells pumping, I.AKB FARM. Avenge daily production,. Number of weila pumping, SVTI.EY FARM. Average daily production, . Number of wells pumping, PEMPSF.Y FARM Average daily production. Number of wells pumping',- CORNEN A DKERS TRACT. Average daily production, 150 21 19 3 60 6 3 4 Mi oi tier or wens pumping, . Bl(i TANK TAItM Average daily production. Number of w?lls pumping, I.OWIIR MCKMIKXY FARM Average daily production. Number of wells pumpiu;. The following table shows the amount of , il infron tnnVs aS'tiii poiut ta Ibe first of December and November. Nov. 1 ...1 410 11.121 2 I.O50 a w ) f.-'liO .' ll..:m S3.:sv son ..... ,....",001 Dm. 1 S..V'1 rentnil PetMleura Co s Tsnlc.. timet S Mi-Ciny. ' .... ll.l". Ca.ty Thompson Bojil U m.... P'l'ti-n.1,11 A iMckcy. Arnold, I tiiimyAlX;rousc " .... Lebr, ' .... m S. MctVvv (No S ) SU.5S0 4.5i"' !!! 11 aw r,'lAv Jb Vim t.iv r,nw l:i,SSil ttiwe s. JlcCiay (No S) llnlOetman.. ('. N pavnu - - Kebcrt Farm Oo'uniloa Farm..... ,t. S. Vefrav. K. A 11. Itovd Farm. J. 8. McCrat, U.izall t urm...,..--' TOTAL 40 I 7.100 1 ton H.UI 1141,100 m,4-j .Increase over Nov 1st 8 STTlfltrrcl i SHIPMENTS DritlSO THE MONT7I. Crnde .. ,'...T2,' Utfined, .7 8,ri0 TOTAL, i,V19 By adispalcb from Kraokiin we learn that a new well was Mruck day before yesterday on Pttfcbell run, a tributary ' of French creek, two miles north' nf Franklin, and is pumping at the rate ol two hundred barrels of heavy oil. The well is owned by Gcllo way, Carl it McCaslin. - The property is owned by W. T. Baden, of Franklin. Tbe citizens ot Jamestown, Fa., are elat ed at ibcrprnspect of tbe ear.y completion ot'.tt railroad from that place to Ashtabula, Ohio. This will give Clevelaud a new pathway into tbe oil region. Tbe Butler Citizen says: Tborn Creek oil well ia reported now down 850 feet with very favorable indications of oil. The well or tbe Wolf Creek Oil and SaltCompsny at Slippery Rock is down 900 feet, and tbey are advertising for proposals for drilling It to a-depth of 1,200 feet. Sherry's New York Theatre are perform ing at RousovKlo. Bad whiskey caused a row between a white man and XVtb ' amendment, on tbo street, last evening, In which the white moo was worsted. A Warrant was issued for tbe orrest of tbe colore I brother, - There having been considerable Inquiry for Brett Harte's poem entitled 'Some Flaln Language from Truthful James," It will(appear to morrow. Extra copies can be procured at this office. There was a rumor on tbe street yester day to the effect that Wm. Casey, W o was shot the otber night was dead. Such Is not i he case, Casey is butter than a dozen dead men, and bids fair to recover. Some time ago we chronicled an assault upon Frank Stewart, of Panama, Obautau. qua county, v?ho ma knocked down and' robbed of $1,000 by parlies- unknown. On Friday last two men, named Jauien Quip. Ian and James Ryan, weie arrested in New York, who are supposed to be the robbers. They bad purchased tickets for California, and were to sail on tbe next steamer. Men were engaged yesterday la laying pipe from the Boyd farm filling racss to tbe S. A. Woods tanks on tbe Central farm. A boilor explosion occurred at the Jake Shirk well, Fagundaa city, day before iea tordsy. Jiobod; hurt. ' l0'Ut .oHC4'. S. IN' Unix it I -t f'"i HI Park l'o, New York, Bad Ceo. P. Huneil A Co.- Advertising Ae:.ti, nro Ihc sole neiik. fbr the IV, trnleiim I'eutre Paii.T IlKroau in llr.it oily. Al vertiera In tltdl l it) me ii-i;iuhN'i1 to lao tln-ir h vora with trlihrr of too nlme hoo-ei Bionzes, Opera OIiiwh, French CltKks, Fans, Flue London leather uoixU. at Isiiam's, Titusville. AT IitiiAM's, Titusville. Ladies stem winding Watches ol nearly nil tirsl-claas makers. dec8-2w. Solid silver goods lu cases suitable for piesents, at Isham'h, Tiiusrilio. Millors Cough Houey, bent in town. For ale at Cwiffkh Bros. w. a. ut Ac;i:isroi. Dealer In Ladii't' Kurnii-liing Goods. Kib bnos. Laces. Flowers, Millinery Jewelry, Fancy Woods. Jtc, Ac, Washington iret, Felroleum Centre,' Fa. nnv28-lf. TO liET. For Balls Socials, Meetings, ic.the hall opposile the Rochester Huiim) and over II arner's tlour aud feed store. Apply to ntt 3ii-H. . II. Wutxr.R. 16 casks of Sweet Cider inst received from Ohio, at II. 11. WARNElfo. decl-3l. WALL. Ai'i;n at Griffkr Bros. At Isiiam's, Titchvii.lr. Gent's Watch es, A full line of American Watches, in cluding Hon aid Nickel movement. . ORIENTAL HOT BLAST i, FAR LOR STOVES; nre in such great demand tl-at Nicholson ,t Blackmon cannot supply tbe borne trade, oeUu. The largest aTorlmeut of l'url ir and Cooking S'-uves may bo luuud at Niuhulsoo 1l KlJCkuionV. Goods warranted and prices lower than ever ollered in I'etVoleiun Ceutre, at Uaff.vey'r. We defy Competition in Buck skin G nvesi We snow whnl we s.iy when we asi-rrt that we can and do cell the beet of Buck skin Gluve cheaper than any other place in lown. LAMM KB? & ALDEN. WALL. FAI'fclt- at GntKVF.H Broh. . Oysters by the qnan ai v oucner . All styles liitht harness, cl.enper than the chenp st, made from Moll'at's oak stock, nnd waiiuutid. ai .1. R. Kron's. w n l, i'.i't;u nt Griffkr Bro. Ilavlnc added to my Inige stock. I inn ... - . li'l.. ..... 1.. ! now reauy lu supply ocoiuii oi!.ny, mii ca Rum and all oilier imported ptoilB ill New York prices. Iiuvl2 tf- Oivev Gaffnky. Miller's Cumplio' ice, 'h" best In the marhet, at Giiiffkh Bros. novlH-lm. Milter's unrivalled Worm ("onrectioris, warranted at Giurt'KS Urosi. Call nnd se the extension top Dictator with reservoir, at Nicliolsou & Blackmon's, agents fur tne same. 4J Vt)-'. Jipt received fresh tub Oysters and shell Clums at L Voucher's. Sep 17. Buy the "Red Hot" Saddle, manufactured in Titusville expressly for the oil country adapted to all kinds' of weather, at J. R. Kron's. a!2-tt Now Is the best time to lay in n winter supply of hard coal. Codington .t Corn wall are the men to buy from. June 28tt. Oyster and Clam Stews, those old fash ioued ones, at Voucher's. A. 3. Smilb has jfjsl returned from the East with a largo stock of Snot s and tbe luteal styles of Opera Toe Ladies shoes. ict5-lf. l.atlioN Oynier Mnlooii Tj Up stairs over Voucher's Restaurant, Wash ington St.. Petroleum Centre, Pu. Ladies are Invited to call. sept 2 Derrick Stoves nt Nioeoi.ron & Blackmon's. BIRDS. Tbe best Singing and cheapest Canary Birds in tbe oil regions are to be nun ai nov7-tf. ' J. W. RETTY'S. CODINGTON FURNISH ALL 9 &t Very Lo CALL AUD SEE OLD S I'tj;iw, Cedre, Oct. 3Mt NEW A I ) V K R T 1 !' 1 ; M F. N T S. obel's Opera House I New .York Theatre Proprietor Jt Manner, J .V?. F. SlU'llPV Staiie Manager. - K. ' H Flil I'tj Leader ot Orchestra, C. A..ZIMMKRMAN Sixth Annual Tour! FOR A FEW NIGHTS ONLY COMMENCING Monday Eve'jfi lhv. 12, 7(R On which occasion will be produced for (he II 1st time III this place, the gieilesl succm of the age. no heimr played a'. Booth's turuiir, .lew 1 um V.liy, f.'llitlt'd RIP VAN WINKLE : Or, THE SLEEP OF 2d YEARS. J, W. CAREER IX HIS GREAT CHARACTER OK ' Iij Yi'.u UiiiuiV. AS GRETCIIEN, (Rip's wile) 31 r. li. CHfiS.l. A3 JIENDBICK VEDDEH. Supported by the tslectcd and powerful company in the est. Admission ."0 i lk . Hoar rrod, rta iff" Ticke's lor r ilur eir the i!v at the Central House end Mcc Unlock House. Honrs open at 7 o'cloi k. perf,-nnftnre rnminfl.e. at 51 o'cUk k. ,1'UIN' M. SHKIIRY. Aeni. H. H. WARNER 1 Flooir, Oats, HAY A.I VWA Of.lll t.!is. Al.-o, Crti Mrtil, ItiK'kwhrut Meal, AITLI-S AND l'OPATOES. lust reeeiV(d o Isree Invniee or 11',' I'TKK A KOCS. II" icii.s t tufa r, 1.1. i l,t .conn. tint H of tne. i.b hi' h" h is in larae iiuaMtilne, kc.-:iles exc Ulcut (pi.iliiy of OILMKAL ' ThsnVIiliiT Tum-iniH riemii fnr i!,i ir vy II'' ral siipiKi-t in I lie ait, 1 lioiiu Itiuy will con "" ll.e.r f.uo s at my NEW STAND, On Washington f t., Tetrolcum Centre, Fa. . nofina. Itari-s lor 1871 at Ciuffes Bum-' A CAKD. rpiir. roi.rrniiiA roBScr I lr Vi, 1.1 MIllA h A ft M , eipres.es t nubile In genera' ilianks for a.irah.r and ps'ra bi:c hesi owed upon them, and they heifi'J ' no,.ne that they are always ready to P"l."i 'd occasions wh-ro the serrices or t s; 'UsTI is reuulred, such as Ft'BI.'t! MKBTINOf), FM" Vl S, 'HO('lHIINH. BKIlENADrJ', ; Proprlel.i.sand Mananem ol to.v.lltis " Tioupes who Have no band with 1."'; )pr nounco that we are mifly to repuge oiirst ' J- f llolcouy Sen 1-j.des. All those lhat are In m a iroodfiill llois. Itul d for above st ited """" will pltne adiircss all conmiunH-aiions w I). C SMITH, Leader r- C . 7. Columbia l'a.in P. 0- T. r. K. IIAHTMAN, WiMM & C ORN WEI GRADES OFi west Sates. TKS2vI '-ALT' TiiND.