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TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBDIt 15, 18G4.
TUUIUDAY, PKIKMKER 15, 1S6.
TO Til HUS tr'M
r'irt n Hie list U ire 'irand Duke NicViIit of
Unmi, heir ip,ariMit li a cei:ru thai Uonil
ivcr one .e.critb. of the. iniVu iM,.' globe an em
pire thut has Ha hit niiou iline continent", anil
uMin twu uf them iioe . a liroiulcr ar.; than
any otliir nation. He is twenty-one j e.irs nltl,
tiaiiilMjmr, proud, seir-willrd, as arc nil tuu
Kumnn. tl. He reseiiiiilci, In iippranirKe and
character, lux KMtnlfiilhur Niciiol is, who w m in
b . day anions; the timt mn.rei:;u of l.iiropu.
The ukit lintiit of hii Imperial ancestors of
fot Riinc tin Ir wive-, nw th.u Ku-si.i bnipscd
It tiirui-abuth year id em-lt-m e, and eivili.atitm
liaa n lonnio toe ih'oii'i: and Miltuneil their milli
ner, in no lunger au objection to him.
When the mutter i f tin marriage W;i flrt
spoki n of, a u.c one d that there were f ut live
prlnooHO wittiia the circle, ot bis choice, tlir e of
wlioiu he dii.iked, mid the, other two we.ro ot
Jeeih untile to Ins fuiliir. Hum, however, wni not
irue. The Human rinpf rord have umrried from
anions the irinit who ml.mi the rcsideneea of
Uie allies, uukts, and other ruiernol Oenuanv,
tl c only III. lit; i itnirtil ot ilium being the d iji
tion in the Hieek (Jmireli ax their religion. In
the days, ol Tiler the Great, and alxi of Catherine
Il.it ii alllrmed thin when a wife was eruiitcil
f .r a j;rtti.d iIukb they M:nt to thu then hundred
German courts to have the most beautiful of
the I'rineo-'-es scut to St. l'iMersbiirff, that a
.e clIic.ii might Ik' made, the vhoxun ono
being retiinrd and the rest tent hack, flow
ever that may have been, there were very few of
the poor Oermiiiifl who were not Klart to furnish
an l'.nipresn fur Itussm. Nicholas married the
I'rinceM ot rniiu, so that Hie present Czar is
e umii to the Prussian King: and the present
C.ar, Alexander II, married the Grand Duchess
of llcuse Daruistudt. Thin waa a nmrrmu of
alleetiou, his wifo not heinR selected lor liiiu,
tint one of his own choice from among a host uf
German 1'riiKscs. The same liberty was given
to the present Grand Duke, who is betrothed to
the recoud daughter ot the King of Denmark,
the 1'iinccss lingmar, who ii much handsomer
than her sister, the l'rinetss of Wles. This
Dani-h alliance may give to Russia what she
bus long desired, the control of the entrance to
the Uultie Hca. It wih g ve Denmark, also, what
ill her extremity she needs a strong frieud.
THE KINO 07 OHKHCR.
At the tame time that a Danish Princess goes
to Kuhsia, a Russian l'rlneeas is going to a D ine
if so the fuuiily ol tho Danish KinK, which is
purely German, may he c.il.ed Goorge I, KJng
of theGrteks, about 21 years old, who is betrothed
to the very young and only daughter of the
Kmperor ol Husia. 1'ne alliance, therefore, be
tween ihe royal families of Ktis-ia and Denmark
Is to be double ; ami ag.iiu Russia will take a step
towards the nalizutiou of her great ambition, an
Idia Ihat has tilled ber mind from the days of
Peter, vib. : the acquisition of the Turkish empire
in Jburope, through a union with the Greeks, and
to a nay to the ocean on the south.
If these marriages should take place, a must
lingular fortune will hare befallen a poor Ger
man family (of pure Teutonic blood for a thou
sand year) which uow rules Denmark in its
advancement to high honors and great power.
The father, by the choice of the Orent Powers, is
Jung ol Denmark ; by election, a sou is rung 01
the Greeks ; by marriage, tbe tirst daughter will
be Queen-const rt of Great llrit itn, Irol mil, and
colonies that extend uround the globe; and by
marriage, the second daughter will be Empress
contoit of KuKbiu, thut numbers seventy millions
Ot inhabitants, but one other daughter remains,
And rumor has it that the French Kmperor bus
his Teon ber for the wife of the l'rince Imperial,
and fut"re impress of Fiance, lu thut case they
Win tule the
There h J been Prf at !1 of romance with
burg, married the divorced wb "V,,"1"
01 Lcnmark, for reasons, says the
tor, wonderful enough to fill a tu. "'ra"
novel. The Duke is her senior by six ycaio. "u
eldest annt, Princess Mary, is connected with u '
other romance, which ended in a morganutic
marriage with a Colonel Lasperg, at whoae
death, in 1H43, she gave her hand iu fresh mor
ganatic alliance to a Count of llohenthal. Tho
next aunt, Princess Frederiea, an exceedingly
handsome and accomplished lady, married in
early life tho reigning Duke of Anhall
Tkrnburg, who not long after became
mentally affected, so as to be incapacitated
lor government. The decrease or happiness
kowever, brought with it au increase of HJWur
to the Princess Frederiea, who is now styled
Duchess co-hegent of Anhait- jjemburg. The
history of another annt M taort striking still.
Princess Louise was cnad, tome twenty years
go, one ot the ir M beuuteous of royal ladies iu
tiirniaiy,Ui M 6Uch, was naturally surrounded
l'T a 'Tost of high-born admirers. The wooing,
however, was unsuccessful in every instance, and
one alter the other all bad to retire from the
matrimonial Held, hopeless of the hand of tbe
fair Princess. The romance ended by Princess
Louise becoming a nun, entering the little con
vent of Itehoe, in Holstein, to the dignity of
abbess of which she was elected in August, WoO.
. -Very tecently an nncle, Prince de Noer, has mar
Tied at Paria Miss Mary Kstelle Lee, ot New
This marriage would have been morgau-
ntic but that the Prince was willing to renounce
his title to wed one ol common uiouu.
TUB HK1B OF ITALY.
Kit In the above named matrimonially in
I'rinca Humbert, heir apparent to
the tbione of Italy, with its twenty millions of
Teople. He will become head of the House of
Savoy, which is the oldest reigning tumiiy in
F.urope, dating historically from Humbert of the
White Heads," Murquia of tiavoy, and covering
s period of more than eight hundred years, and
the reigns of forty sorcrelgns, who hare been in
volved in nearly all the general wars and treaties
since lboo. This house has been distinguished
for abilliy and courage. All writers on F.uropcau
militics have uckuowledged this. Montesquieu,
Tn his Spirit of Luws," renders them a splendid
eulogy, and HobVrtson, in bis "History,'' gives
the' reasons for the fact. Prince Humbert is
twenty. one years old; like bis father, brave to
rashness. He was in command of a brigade in
the war against Austria when only fifteen years
old. He is beautiful in person, extremely demo
cratic In his balms, and a great favorite with
the dcodIs. Like his father he is also fond
of hunting and all manly exercises; but
unless he has more sue! virtue, whoever be
comes his wife will be annoyed by his strange
ocdUHintances. Recently he has vihited Paris
and .London, where it was thought he might
marry. The Kmpress Kugeuie was very anxious
tn introduce him to her dearest friend. Princess
Arme Murut. who is several years his senlor.born
in this country, at Philadelphia, in 1HU, tho
rianuhier of Nanoleon Locieu Murat and Caro
line G. Fraaer, a boutherti lady. The alliance
Wus expected to do away with the Murat claim
to the crown of Nsoles. But Prince Humbert
returned, neither pleased with the daughters of
lintaln nor France ; ana now we are io:a mai ne
will wed a daughter of hraucis Joseon or Aus
tria, who is to brim Venetia to her husband
as a dowry. This may be doubted, as the
Austrian Kinwror has no duughter ten years
old. If the Prince is looking to material things
in a matrimonial alliaucc. he should seek it. not
in tbe house of Austria, but, contrary to royal
. . ...... 1 .. ,1.. .I-..,.).,,.- " fcl ' l. n
Joseph Garibaldi, of Caprera him who did
o much to add Lombard y to fUrdinia: whose
sword won Sicily, when ictor Kmunuel dared
not endorse his action ; who annexed Naples to
the crown of Italy; and who bos been content
to live poor, and suffer from painful wounds, if
re mignt have tue grauiuue. ot uie people iu
mn Ktwo o yiawABfr.
The nrw King of Havarin, who was edocttel
in the greatest simplicity, aud who it retried
never to hare had any money in hi pocket till he
was eighteen, I In as much trouble to find hinilelf
wile. At one time he looked to the dati'.'hur of
the King of Hanover, but she was a Protestant
heretic, while his subject were CnUiollc. Tb' n
he was to wed the daughter of the R iman
lmclicfB of U'Uchtentierr, whose grnndmnhfr
was the Kmpress Joncphino, and her mother
dsughtir to the C.ir Nicholas, Hnd theref.iro
near y related to the Emperors of KussU and
France ; but acain hi people were alarmed at an
alliance with a "schismatic" Greek. Now i; is
sud that he will marry the Intania Isabella,
daughter of the Queen of Spain, as yet only thir
teen years old.
THK CtlOWN rillNCK OF HOLLAND, TTri.
We have not space minutely to notice others
the Crown Prince of Holland, who in this coun
try would be denominated a fast young man ; the
Count de Flanders, who awaits for old Leopold's
crown, which came by successive marriages with
the royal hmillies of Fngland and France, and
which the wise father will endeavor to secure by
Ihe fame line of policy; and Prince F.limurvon
Oldcnherg, brother of tbe Grand Duke, who is
about to take the accomplished Princess Helena,
third daughter of Queen Vh toriu, and who, to
her father Prince Albert, was best beloved ol all
bis children. This connection is expected to
render Fngland favorable M the claims of tbe
bullae of (Udeiihcrit iipot. Schlcsw g-liolstein.
On this side the watT, the two Princesses of
lira. iil arc to n arry P' crc of Ihe (Mean family.
Prin.e Louis. Count it l-'.u, the eldest son of the
Duke ol NeriK -ii -, is to marry tbe elder, who
has fur her dowry uu empire that lelds only to
China nml Ilussia in extent, lie is twenty-two
years old, has disiiiigiiisbed lilinself in tho Spa
nish army. Marsfaul U'Donnell decorating him
on Ihe field of batilu for bis bravery ; and through
Ihh mother, who was of the house ot (saxeCo'mrg
Gotha. be is related to Queen ictona, tno rung
of Portugal, and numerous other sovereigns.
The younger Is to wed the Duke do Saxo, who
on his father s side has tbe same connections as
the Count of Fu has on his mo tier's, and on tho
maternal the same, hs the Count has on tho p iter
niil. being grandson of Louis Philippe: and both
of the in arc cousins to tbe Count do Paris, who
cluiins the throne of France. hfcmtnge jmjcr.
A Trmiiln to l.llernture.
In her recently published "Year lu China,"
Mrs. II. Dwigbt Williams gives this account of
temples in that country dedicated to literature
and to war:
"As we passed on in the midst of these sur
roundings, we finally entered one of the gates of
the old city, and threading a long street oceupied
by stone-cutters, reached a Confucian temple,
sacred to the UoddcbS of Literature. The iuols
of this temple consist of simple tablets dedicated
to Confucius, and other sages. Highly orna
nientcd ones, nlso, of very larL'e ie, and
brilliantly painted having been presented
to tbe temple by different emperors were
suspended atiove those 01 the sages.
No tablet of the latter not even that
of Confucius can receive ciual honor and
adoiation with thut of the Emperor. At each side
of these, on tables or small Hilars, were arranged
pmaller tablets of the disciples of Confucius, i he
handsome roof of this temple which bad tho
appearance of being groined was painted in a
dark rich brown and deep red, reminding ug of
the liettcd Gothic style.
'The entiance to the Temple of Mars which
we next visited vfTas guarded by fierco looking
lions; and being in moununu for the Kmperor
lleen-Fung, tben recently deceased, was draped
with white. The floor was also covered with white
calico. Here, when the Kmperor dies, the high
ofllciuls and military men repair; and lor throe
days bowing and prostrating themselves before
an empty throne mourn and bewail the dead.
An appointed groaner leads in thuso wails ami
prostrations; and when tbe mourners have
assumed the attitude of humble grief, a signal is
given, and the yellow silk curtains in front of tho
throne being drawn around them, they ore left to
GOLD MINING COMPANY.
cnAeTa k ed pt btatb er rtar ssvxYAiru-
OAPlTAL STOCK, Sl.OOO.OOO
900,000 Bb area Fur Valne, 3.
f',.idsnrJOHN n. ANDERSON.
Jma . Ma,
T C. MorxnreU, BmtMhb(.
Thrall A. Bcett, '
Uub s). rnnua,
Jiha W. HaU, da
totm DrmAj, 4o
Bofeert P. Kin,
Jin M. KltaT,
W. W. WrM,Lwietr.
WIlIuiO. atiDU, Ooleraeo.
aeratai7 aa Trwsonr.
ChutM Pc Bur,
orncr. so. 423 walnut btbett,
BOOH Ho. 0.
i1.nell spedmwi kavt keen yvm feci MM
f thcOompanj's toOM.aiid hare beca aiia4 bylfo-
fknori Booth aneUaircttwiaiUxaioitgiaUrjlJiKnnhs.
aktcnrtloD liU an now open at d Offlo of Ik Oo-
hit, tie u tkc TriAaarer'i one iuimtoi asTtoaot,
Mo. en CHEHKIT BctmI, ranuorr ana miouamoi nn
To onclnAl tubseMtxn U N fee slurs fur a
Iknlwe noKbor oTshans.
Otrcouirs , puAiJilctc, or hJorastloB cB he obtained at
tkt ofllee r Uie UoBPsnr, altar the 17ik uuc U IS ia
X)AL AT FIRST COST COST TRICE TO
I 1 Hn.khilri S7U aar ton Immediate Denverr Goal
0( bel Quality. Hhaies,. sea enUllies to M lid I bi
. a.-, a.w .... a. m .Mri.tiillarill
divxi.Bds of ptosis fleet Ike sarpies eal, may bow be
obulnea at 1111, aaysDie, sair na sauirniiies, aau qui
Ji.D.rv S mil, of the MUTUAL BEAU MOUarAIN
ntAJll-lJI LUiL CeiMTAI. I.UIUWSO. lib. inini
irart iorsslte UeWlrsxa nana), ptoea i:aiiei, .awp.w m,
in a? A110 ihirM. ksierved worklns e.oltal, 1'J.aoo saare
iMer1ifcM of auarea, ; of IS aharva. 1O1 of M
!h.rM,TAiol tOioAr.i.lUS.ellUOiaares.aeUi;! tvt
oa. aad a kaaf tons t eoal. ai eoat, for 3S years, and Cain
Mvieved, every au atemae, ua preau nwm u.e seae oi
aal sev.tas eeak -
esoes aoulers wee so not want any enai may uv
pr.puraaa of anal sold by Uie Coenpaay lur ueir eayociai
ifll.lbe srucu beHif said over to tbam. Indeoendant
of ike lefnaar eaak alvlaanda, be walck lliej are also
t be Constat aoeeess tarfS and wsl-ballt OoaJ Works
at bvmm'tom (near Trennoal), waa aiisajlv. M i.lnf and
Tenner kejeia, a. eicaOenl Doable Breaker. Mope Wonka,
karia Kkaaaa B.ahias, Baieruea., aad al ether uaeainerr
aad apparatas, m rait eparauua, eapaate of saiaius S Mi
Subs, to ae iiaHM hi laujaw wpaa per vwr.
Tuato.1 la mt eb. bail iieaaty, eaieflyof UieBlaeti
Beaoa aad Primrose Train., wMh, Kb eeveral other
ealeabU eoal neu, eat.ua WHJua ta Bavas ot tue Cottt
paay bar two muas ka larfftb.
nf tb. c.asiiaay, evar wbwa ilia seal Is daily taae
Btockhokwn aiiv erflrr trier coal kn any or tnensnai
bras. via. l.ema Coal. Brokaa, !.... Hbura. oa Bat t'nal.
all at Ua prwae ut cost prK. of S7 S(' par ton, dvstvored at
hb. bona., wltkla tb asaal dlrtanae mt tbe Company's
oal yard db Um Boribern, aabbSw, and soaihetn poraum
r ib. cMy.
Tar Company aad all the ratrrfer works are e1.arafd.bi,
!Bd aO ora.loa. ar. aoadaetatf oa tke .ask pnntrple.
aur ctrcnlari ana BBDsanpuoas aamiy ai toe u'noa.
Bo UU B. TiUbU atr.ot, lesisiJ twf, oppeane btuaia
Hoard of Iilraetois. n Uiiaas tmi. D. H. WoMe, aVrkart
t. sVlnd. U. Baksna.
A. B. J Amman , Heeaetary. U-U- Ins
IOHT! LIGHT t LIQUTI UGHT H A
.t thlna in fees, dark dsvs. ruu.n-
OSB'i FAi RM r IlirrCltlVB BarLRt.TllBS, for k.tfe
day aad lu llnbt. Uas Ke0.:Urs for wiad.ws wlln to
bam.ra siv. iiirl uaUt Uiaa saa bar ears wlUk tos Aid
Uas Stters faratshd at low rates. Baykt Betktatnrs,
Inr baku.f dark rooms, aad baaaiaiait ersies, wtth
Lent tb. as. taf sas. Oft...
U-af iaa JS.BVl Vitml Bisrwirsaissemaim
p 11 O K T K C T U H
UITER ISLAND OIL COMPANY,
OFFICE, No. 425 CIIESHUT STREET,
CAl'ITAL. . . . 8!i.W,000.
fin ,0(i0 SHARES TAR VALUE, ffaOO.
T1j Walnut Ud4 rcfton bu ike character of beiaf Hart
aliM Oil Territory, and Ii J11HI7 Mrmed "Tne OB Beats."
A remarkable fact ecneected with the locilltj ti,Ual DO
wtll Iim erer been hnreil that did not jlald Oil. Vrrea
Wai uct lni AKn ! In Uievery htart of the OU Haila. It
Ii about two ir.llei from Oil Creek, and a ! dliunee
n-cm Cherrr Kan. From Its natural Bouillon It afrerde
working farllltlei which but few farms or tract! of land OB
ti e creek or river poieeai It contain! ahoat twentr
acres, and la a half mile In Icniith.thus slvlrui sbont a Se
of river froel. At the lower end of the li'ind, on the weet
hie of the river, are the celebrated "Lamb" Weill ; ca the
eait ilde of the river, Uie no leu anted "Star" Weill ; at
the nc-per end of the Iiland, on the welt ilde of the elver,
are the "Warren ltnthers" Welti ; and a ihort dlitaooe
above, tbo "llorton" Well: and on the eait ilde of the
river dlrerUy opponlte. It it e "Itrunor" proe-tv, admitted
bv prortlcal men U be one of the beet locations on the
river. There can be no rineHtlon, therefore, In regard
lie being nrat class Oil T. rrUorj. Another Rreat adean
ta,.e It bas Is It! natural position, whleh leparetes It nrora
ell other prupertlea. JHanrsood wolls have ceased to yUJd
oil, by being tappsd by parties boring In the adjoining lot;
euch could nut happen on the Island. Another advantage
Is the easy access to the Island, hhtpraente of ell ena be
axurle without trooble, and the price paid on the river for
otl Is about enc dollar per barrel moro tlraa Is paid en ihe
The Upper Island Oil Company Iiai been rliartered uaxle
tl.egeaertd alining Lawi of this Btate.
TL developmenu being TlKorouslj proiocutM.
riv wcUa are low b-lng itiiK, and live mort wlli b om
mt nced iooq at the cnlnei can to procured. Tbe
t'orjDpanj hat propertj enough to dink thirty wellt, an4
having bfen orKanlzediolety for the purpose of oTrkp
meut, eftrf effort ivlll be made to obtain the !at'tt poiri
ble Md of oLL The tuocofit of tho "Kalr Well," on Wal
nut IiUndt now pumplnKOvvr fifty barrtlap r day of pun
oil, t an lndlcatiou of what the Island may be expected to
produce). Thlt Company recelTCB one half of ali tlie oil,
and the WaJnot Island Oil Company the other half. The
larir duToIt pment g"lnt on thould make the Kock of fill
Company a deilrahle fnrfitUaont.
A. C. CAT! ELL, Puksidbnt.
W'U. GETTY. Skcrrtahy amd Tjibahoub.
A. C. CATTKLTj, A. R. C'HAMBF.n.q,
M. Ii. hTUOt'i, WILLIAM OKXTY.
M-M 2t R0T1EHT BOYD.
r H E DRAKE
100,000 bii Anas, fas no.
tCO.000 Cahh Tforklng CaplUI.
BTJBBOmi'TION PBIOK, !fa-80.
T. llASTUNB DU TUY,
rreetdent of the OaUwIiaa kUllroad 0oaae7.
THOMAB D. WATTHOK,
Of tbe Hardware Una of TreJU Oo., Me. W8 MLkat St
Of Work, MeOeseh A O, Bankers, Ho. M B. Tosr d street
T. H AMI Hi DC rxrr,
TUOMAI D. WATTiOB,
VI, S. IlBaEIHD.lasorw Avma.
CBOBOB T. WAT,
ef late fry Ueodi ftns of J.T. Way A Oaa,
A. W. I.BIHBBRIfla,
Caiuiar Maucn Chtnk Baa a,
KSWABD BllirrAB, Bs
Tke prrsi-ty of the Drake Fetrolanm Conpany eenalets
of twotraeuofland.sneef two hundred and Bfty-sevea
ivm aad one of two knndrek and alary Cv. acres, naklnt
tn all It. knadred and twelve acres, la M, eat kbe Vatd.
wall Ilranoh ofOQ Creek.
The prop arty kaa bean aritleally narataol tiy a f"-
tnUUe appointed tor that perp a., and ae Wrkory po-
oanal.ln Ur Jada-tn.nt.tob. folly eqeal to thakea (rl
Ora, alonr wblch Uie larauet oil walls ever eUeeorerad
tare bean found.
Toe land i roseaable tkose en Otl creek In every parMoa-
lar.'aad H Is bellered, from the largo naraber er
sprtnii In close proximity, that valuable walls wia be
peaed on kotb Uese tracts.
Tbe managemeat Bare already soenred nveral aaotm"!
aadenicafada oompefeRt inperinttndent, whA a tmv bi
aTnmedlataand an.rseilo development.
A larse portloa of these tracts la bottom, pud admarabl
adapted for boring.
ewerej eompia as are organised on lands Immediately
adjoining Oils territory, among whleh are toe Brtgs and
Creattsnt Oil Companies of rhlladelphla.
la Breeentbsg tke Drake Petroleum Comfiany to tne
f sblie, the Directors ask lb a. tlialr srhmn. mould be aa
Aialoed, and sabiorUitloaa made to tbe sHoak ka teal miw
as bt lu present sad prospeotlve v.isa
T. BA8KIB8 U VVT, fraeldeal.
TtlOtt AI D. WATTHOK, Tlee-raaaldeaA.
AAllIaU. VTOKK, Treasures.
Bube.nptlooa wll be received at the BaabiraJ Biaee of
WOBK, MeCOtTOH A CO.,
U T If ate. M t. TBJBP
(XJUNTINO-HODBB AND SCnOOL DRSK8
J tvade k urdw, as
II-H OkUBUS f LOW at AST.
T-'OE ftALK. TO PRINTEK8. IMPOSING
-T siBS,aus BUS, al Srst-rate side. Apply at 'his
CAPITAL STOCK, $1,000,000,
IlIYiDUS INTO MO.0O0 SHA.UKS, AT i
150,000 Cash Beierred tva Working Capital.
TO A LIMITED HUMDEtt Or SHARES,
$2 50 FL3 CHaIE.
filOOK IBFUED riJLIi PAID.
TIM Consanj ewes 0T1 TOUB agrjABC IflLF.A
f terrrlory,n the eaoloeat localnlei east and wnsr of trie
Allesh.ny rtver, adjotnlnr Venerate eon nay , and has
already s aJaal;e predating laureet Ui 11! law ulOJ and
Vnbiartt'tloa Boati an new orae4, sad hVifcaearlptroci!
reoerved at Ike odleee of tke Oompauf ,
Kod. '23 and 24 Washington BuUdluss,
a. TIlIttD STURKT. BRLOff WALK ITT,
Aad at Uie effloe U
rniLir n. rekk & co.,
No. UOfJ WALNUT STIIKET.
WILLI AM D. SMITH, Trensarrr.
It -U luthflu . 1. BABitlMOtt, H. ., Seari Wry.
40,000 SHARKS PAR TALUK 910.00
BT.e.IDl! T JOH ST A LB I ASTDIB.
TBBASUBEB .tOHB W. TOKBMT.
BBCBXTAIT-Wkl. B. LA SB.
A. a. f ATTatr.L.rrsslilsnl Cora ataalAiea Boaloaal
BUiWAS-O O JAktM.nf tbehouae of Tunsnas Blahard
ans A Co., Phfladrlphla.
KIIS ALBXAKDRH. BT.. 1KSS Areh MTMt, PkHa.Vk.
IArr TA5L'BHVlL('.B15o.. ST. ThbrtoevU SUaK.
1. H. LTDAr.rttUbarg.
B. B.rOBTBB, ii. !., Wtlmlngton.
Wll. B. LABI, rhtladahialA.
Oflloe No. 148 B. FOURTH fchroot,
Tka iisepeify of this Coanpany eonrtotl ef 01 Lawd,
Leaai'S, aad Urn and Rent BeserMS or Boyaltles af all the
oO prodneed oa tbe "A. Bnchanan farm," on Oil Creak
And also, al the oil aad amd.rgronnd depoattri In two ban.
drcd aar.i of land on Aaat Hlakorj exeek. Tin eras, ooajsty,
Tbore are aborrt one bnndred and f fty stsrreyed ell Iota
on Bw) "A- Bnchannn Farm,H over eUty ef whleh are
leased to flrst-elass operator!. Seventeen wells are aow
n-odiirlryj' on : lever 1 are now being tee ted with good
proipeoli, and twenty as thirty besug bored at ranoaa
stages of pTotreese.
As a lolld prnsnlarng biTaatntant s Bmtted nvmber ot
fan paid shares, of 110 per share, may be obtaloed at $7
a oh, upon appHratloa be any of the eHWari, .r at tha
filae of tbe Company.
TtM pruspeetna, aontarntng a foil daeoriplen of the Oom.
pau's property, aan be obtained aUlbe ofQee. 11-M-lm
OL.CA NIC OIL
OF WEST VIRGINIA.
Wttk tke r'reereevus and Ooolog'eal Baport of the property
of this Compaay, are aow ready at oar offlee.
Tills Company owns ever MOO aorei of what Is known
ss Us best OIL TKRKITOET srpon the ORKAT VT
HIATAL IX WBBT VIROIKI A, and offers targe mduoe-
mesils is sartlas to sabaerlbe for tbe llmltad amber of
tharee offered at M par share for fan paid steak, the pas
baa-1 tit per i bar e.
This prlos pet share U not above the knarketabU Taloa
of tks lands, aad H Is slrered aw tke sole pveose af
srt aibig tke faeMtiai for evelfpta.nt, aad win, beyond a
aoaeenafea) Aaakt, prow a profitable Inrastmaat.
COOPER & GRATF,
No. II MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE,
FrukaDBLrHiA, JforarnbaT IS, 10da UK
JTATI0BAL OIL EETlllIltQ O0MPA5Y,
OftpiteJ 8200,000. 20,000 BLareai $10 Par,
WATSOW MAlVNft. I lllttal RTBVTTIf ItOTf
THni. J btl'issraa,
BLACiUlUkNB, J a, I jtsr.n n. ranauu,
ALAXABDEJt I. II B Alt.
ntOMAB . LAVCABTEkV
BBBBT C. BTBVBbbHOB?.
TVIs fVmrpaay !s fbaBded npon a snbataattal aad bseriv
mate bualiius baall, and altera rval. T lujueemenu ei.d
mnra reliable laaurlir for rnvi-itmeut tban arirother ao
btftre tke pubue. aiobiieTiptlous are no b-aiaj roava.l,
and a lartia piullon or tbe tUtck Is atreaifcr lak.ai fliaarajT.
or tDa property may r eiainlneo, ana m nawmauon od
lain.d at Uiaotnaeof tbe Uoupany, Bo. Bu B. BeVJOBU
JAB. 11. HTKVKNHON,
U -M ratbalaa
pAUTIKS WISHING TO lJUY
A IIUST-CLASS OIL rKOrERTY,
COO AOEP BOBISQ TEEKITORY,
Or sood parti.s (eatrlns to assist la raliluf a bona OJe
eajlui Otl Coauf any, can ounfer rrltb a reaponaiblt ,arry
ke owns tbe property and desires tu sell, by aJureaaiuf
WM. R. H. OHEHTEB,
COBTIKXHIAL UOTJtL, i'OK TilKHH DAYS.
OAK BALL OIL COMPANY,
JAl'ITAL. STOCK, SWO.OOO.
y-20,000 WORKING CAPITAL.
!), K)t Hlwirrsj. ( Itr Koch.
SUBSCRIPTION rRlCE,f2-50PEIl SHARK,
HENRY E. BIMPFON.
UK VIC Y CAK140N, WILUA.M ANHTACH,
v ii.liam m. oiiKiNKU, j. c. ruvta.
HENRY E. iMreos.
TU? property of th above Ornnpany oonnlsU of over 44)
(("Mar huntlrtd sod ality) um f IjuiiI In fot Blraplt,
ilttittlcf. on tl StiKar Camp Bmih of Btu4rt'i run, Ve
DAngo couotT, FeonsytTanl Ivlng betwteB OU erek on ft
Lnf between tbe HjJe end F(bert. Swry, and McLlhonr
enni end the Allegheny rlrer, In the Leertof tho oil
rffvloni, noerly two mlloe on each itdc of the ran, of boraMe
trnitorT, with room for the linking of han3rtrleof welle,
end ii comldfred by experienced ptrtone In the oil bail-
ton iDTftJuiMe ae oll-prodaclng territory. There are oil
wclli In ere 17 direction near thli property, producing large
) If ldf .
The nlraoet energy Is being, and will be, directed to the
development of thie property to make It productive and
ffmune ratlTe to the etockboldt-n.
Tfce Company own a leaee of one ftnd ft quarter a err on
the Cnltrerteon tract, on the Allegheny rirer, nearly adjoin
Irg contlnnous pa roping welli of frrty barrel! per day. A
ell hae ioet been put In operation ; U iiO feet deep, from
which tli ey arc now receiving tea (10) barreli of oil per
day, and increasing. It ll within a few hundred jardiof
the et!el)ratd iluieey and HcUrlde end flcydrick welli,
and othere which hare and are producing largely. There
Is 10cm on this tract for three or four more wells, and on
Which welli will be innk without delay. On the mala
property engine, toola. Ac, are being placed, and contract
beirg made for the linking of aereral otaor wellfl.
A largo portion f tbe etock having already been inb
scribed, the books will remain open for a short period for
the remaining shartt, at the subsciiUou price, Jper
share, taH paid.
For further information, apply to
J. C. FRYER,
No. 31.3 CU15SNUT STUKIflT.
FiMLADitrniA, lansber It, 1K4. 13 11-tSI
nil or Kicn snius, $10.
No. 521 CHESNDT STREET,
TlKlatAB A. OOTT,
jona a. WBiom.
THOMAJB A. 8C0TT.
SAMUEL B. MOON.
JOUN A. W&IOUT.
LAJIDI IB Bf)IMB ABD FATltrrB OOVBIflM,
THILTY-IW0 MILE3 OP OLL rflOFT.
A tkraBei naiaaber af Naares will be sold at the Bsbaeriu
FIVE DOLLARS PER tHARE.
JHE CLAM0H B1TEB OLL 00 MP AN E3.
Oa-TICK, No. Ssl WALNUT 8TRKKT,
WILLIAM P. BOHKLL,
J. BIMPrJON AFKIOA,
II 17-If Bearetary astd rraaaarav.
'AST) OTI1KB INCOnrOBATM C0MPAK1K4,
can he snpp'led at Inwe.t ea.k prloee wBb
UttBllnl'A'l Ii or" HTliCK,
MIIHtfll KOOKi, Ate Ae. Ae.
A f aaaor roant of .ample, fa hand f Hf sur.bara ae
lalMt tram. BlyKsof eiei LbuUlUeraulUerbdealMiM Biwak.
W. Q, PURSY, ManuJkotBj-iiiB; Eutioner,
U-N-tv I. W. eeeam f 0TB aa AAOB aXS
I Ti T () W G 1 K K
DITIUBD 1KTO 60,000 H ARK", OT TIU
TAR VALfB Or 5 00 EACH.
Working fnpllal, M0.000.
RKks ef aakMrltll, fbr PirTKlk? THOURABft
(bares efBloek, at TWO LOl.LAK. per Bb.re.eaese si
tks Offiee of tbe Cosa.a' y,
No. 47 WALNUT BTIlliliT,
Or labierlyiluM may b. left wlta any ra.mber ef l)J
Beaid ef LkKfrr,
JAMKfl M. OONARD.
KHriiETAKT ABU rbFAKiRao,
JOlli U. CAUR.
JAMltfl V. COtRAD, Vo. OH Market street,
Jul IS II. l.KAIIAM, Bo. 17 Market Itreet.
JOB. It. BIlKfrAKH, bo. lKW Cbaioat street,
COATB8 WAl.TdW, Ko. 6M UarkM llre.1.
WM. DAKT CAI'.U, Bo. ltH . Bread itreet, .,
The OU lands ef ti e Omreny eonalaf of tbe fo'.lewlikl
deaaribed UseU, ambra.ina, In all, eae bandred and fifty
TBArr KO 1
enstaJni flfly-ili (S) a.res, slteatad at the Jauetloa tf
IVorai1 Ban and tfce 'ble river, with a front e. B botk
Ois rlvar and raa.
TBACT KO. t
eoatnlus fltty (40) arras, adjoining Ve. 1.
Bos. 1 and 2 are leased fr fifteen years, threa finirtbi of
tbe sil a.ernlngtoUie Company. They embrace tne entire.
valby of tbe ran fcr nearly one mil.
TBACT HO. t
contain! flfty-itz arrea, ownrd by tho Company at lb.
slnip'e, loeaiadon rifieea eroek, which tmpUei mt tbt
I.lttle H niklncum river. The Mesirs. Tack Urotb.rs, whB
have bean so !uee.sifttlon tbe flor.. If .ek property to To
gknta, .are sow sinking a well on the adjolnlnff trsof .
Witt In U bnndrcl ftnit of our line; 11 10-1 m
PENNSYLVANIA I M V ERIAL
Offloe, Uo. 139 S. Fiftli Stieet,
200,000 SHARES AT FIVE DOLLA113 EACH..
lienor vert Ctipltal, 82SO.OOO.
ALEXANDER K. MoCLURK.
THOMAB A. PCOTT,
1). K. J M'KIIAK,
J. C. IIObtla.ltijy.K,
,ItlH! kf . POMKROT.
KM"II t W DAVIS, ,
1'Hi'fcli is. HMALI.
JAMES M. (SELLERS.
ELISI1A W. UAVIS.
This Cr.mpany has 120 acre, of land, In fee, on Allegheny
rlvor. Immediately rpposlie Oil City, and adjotnlna La.
onla, with 110 rods front on the rtver, and 73 rods front on
Lay'! Klin. Hon. C. P. lUnimiell, Editor of the 01
Clly "Monitor," and atrent for this land, assures thi
Company that It will sell In lots for IIUO.IWV, re
sorTing the OU rlaht, which Ii worth $100,(00 addi
tional. Immedlaie revenue will be dorlved fbr the
fimtnan fn.m tl, aala if tlm.A Inlar ami ll'M inmnan,'
have two food ciiKtnes witli comj!ctu fixtures, to operat.
lniBtdiauly for Oil. Tho imttory In this lmiueiliat
locality has m-vcr failed to produce prrfltabty.
Also, 1K acres, In fee slru,lt, lu the celebrated Cherrj
lluo District, Immediately edloftiilriir Cherry ltun Petroleun
Company, whose stoek. Is now worth 1 1& pur share. Th
Ctmpuny now have otlrs, which will be accepted, foi
sinking wells on lease, without any sost to the corporation
a nd one-half tbe proceeds to go to the Cjiupany. Th
Curtln and Ht. Kichulas Companies are In tlUs tnicaadl.t
locallly, and their etock Is now eommandlng a larK
premium. In addition, the Company has 40 aces, In fe.
simple, OS Cherry Tree Bun, which emptloe Into oil Creek
and Is the boit pn duclng sectiou of the Oil territory; am
110 acres, in leu simple, on a ainat llnd, Ave miles abov
the month of Oil Creek, and nut over two miles fiom tb ,
celebratid ltced well, now proilocti g over twu hnndru
barrel, per day.
Also, the liabo ofttiree tracts of land, two on Oil Creek
eaun prooaclng ov er leu barrels pt'r day, and ouc on Aile
Sheny river, producing ten barrel, per day of heavy Off
worth now twrnty.ne dollars per barrel. The Cunipaa:
Bow receives three-fourths of the proceeds of fie la.
Barred well, end one half of the other two. Each ofth..
tracts will be devo oped by the Company by alnklu
addlilonal wells, and Uie euttlLos and ttxtureaar. iw. o
band te do It.
The ofllccrs nf this fVmpany mean to prosecute tli
development of these land m 'it incrcctieally, and the
have inure corf.d 'ico tint ll cy wid jleld very Urg
dividends on the capltitl ab ck.
Siilniriptions must lo made nmrnptlT, ai more ilu
one-t,a,for the stoik I. alrtrtdy engyed
Hubkcriptloni will he received ai Uie 0!T," of th
TABEINGTCN AND WALNUT BEUI
10C.OOU SHARES 06 Bv&
f uliacil)tlon Tries &
10,000 Sliarcs Rvsened bu Working Capital.
Office, No 314 MARKET Bt , Phikdelplii
. 1 vawaiN rn mi frauk. iu.w numtilxbaf 10 hBnU nt f
deti . en4 Inortsiuinff
h. S. A wt-Uon OU Crock, now ovur X) ftM dxD, wit !
lurvti ho0ot ull Near thit l th' Om Klunttr j
nWch it ui'w jmnpitiv ;wir iMtrrvii of mil r i j
ho. a. A I'D (t ( 'r t, 60 lt, d-ep, now rvAdvft'.
tuhtntf. wiui ttieiidia kLow of oil: Ky uroiuwi i uu
N. 4- ttnv fl'tti Uii rent In a truce of Ave buu1rM acifv
c uii" A)luliD rlT-r i U WfHu. r.uv uinpiui: flryitfe
' rt l" v( oil l'T ('fty ; lorre ttjre wttllt now ftuw dnarti ; ,
" U . t. M II I is si i nui'iiis nrei eTaUWISWUMIV Tr a
wlucti ate i.tiw puiuplr.ti' burro ,i ir ''my. i
1 c li. tflx aco- i fct- in Wain ui hend. on tfit Al f
irfuPT rttr ; rniut-1ii1f mrroiiiiainif tttli iinnjon ur U
rotiuo u welli. Tlat irct m,U tus tleTMluLwtl rtutial. f
Mifpti -ritisin I'titv bt'lntf nviffl, liitl lfK
tWn o I Um Hook lt,att Ukfii. I he protii-c(a and
ttilt-iuiatk'O cm be utitnuwl U Ui Oiit of Uia 'ouiumi