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TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGUAFIT. PHILADKTPTTIA, TUESDAY, ttKCKMIWR 20, 1804.
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TUESDAY. DKCRMUKR 20, lbfit.
THE DAVENPORTS DONE UP.
Oh, havr- too lie inl the tale of sport
About the brother Davenport,
How their career ba Ikjou cut short ?
The way It was efli-cterl
Ht Ir. Brotlcrn you shall learn;
He has their f w cooked to a turn,
lie bus exposed the whule concern,
The humlnitf has di:tecu.l.
Th Doctor, like a knowing one,
Di K riniiud he would not he done,
Went to the Hall at U inirlon,
To nalch lln ir exhibition ;
He called on thciu wttn tni.li to Mate
If tliey V n w how to operate,
Hut, finding them prevaricate,
tie aVcd that he tln-ir tianil might tie,
Their fliownien would not let him try,
And 'Hid a tua. h an "Ax my eye,"
When be made app n a'ion
That be mifht lie a low. d t get
Within the wooden ('a unit j
For rm linpuM'ir ever yet
Would stand invuitifc-ntion.
Tint Kcofli rn, bent tho trick to trace,
T'pon the platform took Inn plaiu',
The "uriu turo" tre itinrf a a cane
Of plitliixlc.il allcirlion,
With car as to a painnt'a breast,
What's going on therein to t -st,
He Mood and listened at the cheat,
To their extreme objection.
A bar of metal, from Inside,
The doctor at bis bend had shied,
Ilj bands that were of courc untied,
And then, when he presented
Himself the meeting to address,
Tho Yankees did around him press.
And, hustling hi in with downright stress,
Awhile hia speech prevented.
But, in the body of the ball,
The people beard him at his call.
Cried, "()"!" as loud as they could bawl ;
In qinu ks inndc unbelievers,
They hissed and hooted thetn away,
The Davenports, and Mr. Kay;
60 there's an end to public pay
Of iinpndunt deceivers.
T1IBSBCKET IKSTEl'CTIONS TO T1IFCOK WANPKH OF
HIE HEIIIX l'ttl V AT KHK "FLOUIDA."
Wasminoton, December 10. The following
Important Hel.ul documents have now, for tho
first time, been made public, having been received
t the Navy Department in the safe of the
I'abis, January 2, 1S1. Sir: When the
J'farittu, now under your command, is ready for
tea, you will sail on a cruise agalust the enemy's
Your position is an important one, not only
With rclcrence to the immediate re-iilts to the
enemy's property, but from the fact that neutral
Tights may frequently arUe under it. Reliance,
however, is placed 111 your judgment and discre
tion for meeting and promptly disposing of such
Since tho sailing of the Sumtrr on her Tcry
lucicasful cruise, Idler, il owners of ship and
cargoes have adopted the practice of placing theut
Under lirumli protection, and this may ut, times
cause jou embarrassment. The stricti-st regard
for the rights 01 neutrals cannot be too sedulously
observed ; nor should any opportunity bo lost In
cultivating friendly rclulions with their naval ami
merchant services, and of placing the true charac
ter of the contest in which we are engaged in its
It is not deemed advisable to too rigidly pre
scribe your cruising ground. . You arc recom
mended, however, to cover a large Held of action,
beginning ou the equator, between tho long tudes
18 degrees and 21 degrees, to intercept the. ves
sels that may be on return from California and
the Kast Indies. About the 1st of April make for
the northi rn couts of the Confederacy, say in tho
neighborhood of Cape lluttcras, where you will
most likely fall in with transport vessels carrying
supplies of provisions, men, and munitions to
their stations in North und South Carolina.
Having made your mark in that region, it will
t)e well, if circumstances permit, to in ike a d.ish
on tho New England coast, taking tare nut to bo
caught too near tho enemy's coast ou a short
allowance of lucl.
You will not hesitate to asannic responsibility
Whenever tho interests of your country may de
mand it ; and should your judgment ever hesi
tate in seeking the solution ut' any diilicu'ty, it
may b aided by the reilcctiun that you are to
do the cnerm ' property the greatest injury in
the shortest time.
Authority is vested in you to make acting ap
Jioiuuueii's to till any vacancies that may occur.
You wi.l communicate with your Government
as frequently as ossiblo through any safe chan
cel that may oiler, always taking c.ire to use the
cypher agreed upon iu any word that might
betray what you desire to cuncoal.
The maintenance of strict naval discipline will bo
essential to your success, and you will enjoin this
upon your ollUers, and enforce its rigid o'uerv
nuce, always tempering justice with huunuo anl
hind treatment. 1 urn, sir, very respectfully, your
Cbedient seivant, S. IIakhon, Flag Ollicer,
Lieutenant Cuinmnnder Ciiahi.ks M. Minium,
Coulederate Slates Navy, Considerate steamer
Jt'Utrida, llrest, France.
Cor;jEDiiHATii States of America, Navy De
Taktmknt, H Hit mon i, June 2, lrtfJI. Lieutenant
C. M. Morns, t . o. JN , comtn.inuing (J.iiiicdoiuie
Stales steamer I'toruia, St. George's, liorinud 1.
Sir: Your letter, without date, was delivered by
Mr. Averl t. His con lit ton of health rendering
bis return to duty at once impracticable, Lieu
tenant l'orter has been ordered to report to yon
as early as practicable ut St. Ueurge's for duty as
executive t Ulcer. Tho following engineer olli
Cers, who go with him, will al-o report to you :
Chief Engineer Wiugllcld S. Thompson, C.8. N.j
1st Assistant William Ahern, C. 8. N.; 2d Assist
ants Charles 11. Collier ami John 11. brown,
For cruising funds you are authorized to draw
at twenty dsys upon Commander James 1). Mul
lock (care of Fru-ser, Treiiholm K Co , Liverpool ),
to the extent ut tifty thousand ij!i,(W i) doll u s in
Bueb sums us you may from lime to time re
quire, notifying him of such drafts.
The original of vour letter without da e Is
written iu cypher, fallen you ag.uu havo occa
sion to resort to it you will observe the following
change: Alter writing it place a figure (any to
the kit of the lirst word in cypher; place figures
(any) to the right of ihe second word in cypher;
three figures (any) to the left of tho third word ;
four figures (any I to the richt of the fourth word
In cypher, end then, with the tilth word in cypher,
begin with one figure to the left, and one: as
before. Enclosed I return a copy of a portion of
your letter in cypher, with the figures thus added,
Iu order to illunlrutu the change.
Lieutenant Averitt apprises me of your intention
to cruise near the mouth of the Mississippi. I
doubt not that a dash there might do good service ;
but with the enemy's means of intcr-coniiiiuuica-tion,
any delay in that vicinity would bring bis
fast cruisers upon your track. The only p isscs
to and from the Gulf of Mexico, between Hon
duras and Cuba on the one side, and Florida and
Cuba on the orher, would be occupied by them.
Apalachicola and St. Ma-Vs are e.ich block
aded by one steamer a sidewheel and should
vou deem it advisable, you might perhaps capture
them, send theui into St. Mark' under prize
crews, and leave the Gulf at ouce.
A dush at New England commerce and fisheries
lias always seemed to oiler peculiar attractions, as
you will see by the instructions 0 your prede
cessors on referring to thorn.
The practice of placing their commercial ves
sels under foreign flags 10 avoid capture has be
come very general with federal ship-owners, and
requires increased vigilance 011 our part to detect
and defeat it. With an earnest desire to treat
with all proper respect the rights of ncutr.ils, this
practice is an abuseofncutr.il dags, which justice
to them, no less than to our own, calls upon us
to correct 1 ami in all cases where tho voyage, the
tiuild, the oilicers and crew, or the papers, create
Mispicion of colorable transfer for this purpose,
you will not hesitate to scrutinize closely, ami
act upon your judgment. It is represented that
the liraziliiiu flag is generally used fraudulently
to cover American sliippiUg between brazil aui
the United States.
With earnest wishes for the welfare of your
self and crew, and the success of your cruisj, I
am, respectfully, your obedient servant,
8. E. M alloky, Secretary of thu Navy.
VouAw'g Missioh. To the question "What
is woman's mission i" I'uncU facetiously re
plied, "To stay at home and keep the kettle
toiling!" Ah, there are thousands of working
iiiiu'i boiuus where there would be tonfold
domestic happiness if tbe wives did stay at home,
instead of going out to work at the mill. Make
your homos attractive. Keep not only your
homes but your persons clean and tidy. Let
borne be to your husband the brightest and
lmni.iest soot on earth. Let not your husbands
be able to say that they are driven from their
homes to seek a bright lire at the public-house.
Have a bright fire at home! wives, keep the aettle
liOillng '.llrwth Workman.
Thb Abab Horsfshob. Ths Arab horse-
ihoe ut a thin plate of iron covering the whole
hoof; it is far lighter, and gives more protection,
but ru'iutfvi 10 1 iswovea oiteucr tuna otr.
ftl.AVf N FOR THE RF.HRt AR.1T
The Itlriimatid "r.aquirrr' osj tw Arm
ing f tlnve Urntrsl !, Maid to h
rorntl 10 tho I'tojrrt Tbe loath
Willing to Nnrrlllrt) hlstrry for lode-
Washihotom. December IS. The rUchmond
nyuiir of Fridiy, Docein'icr 10, In a semi
official editorial in favor of arming the slaves
contains the following :
"When we supplicate Europm nation for
help, we must be pn p ire-1 to rec lvo it on their
conditions ; which will be the abolition of slavery.
If we are prepared to abolish slavery, It will not
be necessary to go to European unions for pro
tection; Ih.yw ill give us not only recognition,
tmt they will lollow recognition wilh such mtor.
ventlon as w ill secure nationality and lila rty."
It goes on to state thin (lencr. 1 K. K. Lea has
wiiiten a letter to W. I'orcher Miles, of S mill
Carolina, Chairman of tbe Housa Committee on
n.ilitiny iifbiirs, In f.ivor of armiig negroes. It
argues that "Shciman, w heu he l'ois to tho coast,
will tarry there only long criougu to rest and ro
cruit lim men, and then take shipping for City
I'olnt, to act in tbo spring as a movable colu-mi
open our lines of communication, and this ne.'cs
sitaus a like column on our pin."
Continuing in an :t mut ti show tint their
present army is unable to stem the lorrcu:, it
Shall we prolong the war for the sake of our
negroes f Shall we sac. ill. e our inl. Iron to pro
serve our slaves ? Shall wo c liaiistour country,
destroy our noble defenders, and endanger
every institution ritlnr than test an ex
periment that may givo us the moans
of recruiting our army, of assuming the
olVcn-ive, and of conquiring a speedy peace !
Niihcr rhetoric, nor argument, rior au
thority can determine whether the negroes
will make torus faithful sol. tiers. Thocv.cri
nu nt must Ic-t and decide this question. U tie
ral Lee asks that Ibis experiment be made. For
us this is sutbeicnt. Never will we put our pre
juiines aK.ii. st his deliiMT.itc judgment and
advice, lie is a rash man that does. llr Is not
a wise man that imposes responsibilities and yet
withholds means for their accomplishment."
The l-Mtptirer conduces the subject in fol-
"rut we bate, detest, and despise the enemy far
more than we love and admiiu slniory. H our
liberties cannot bo gained but by tho sacrifice
of slavery, wo are prepared to make th it sa ri
llre, and to urge that sacrifice upon our counTy
njin. We would not return into tho Union if
every slave could be returned fo his master,
and if every giinr.inttO that human ingenuity
could devise were secured for the pro
tection of the 'institution ;' we prefer liberty wilh
free society, to reunion upon the securest basis to
slavery. Such wo believe to be the sentiment of
the people of Virginia; but we know that (tre.it
moral doubts beset this question of arming tho
negroes, and yet this experiment ought to be
tested, and tbe fact ascertained, whether negroes
w ill make soldiers.
tiolil v. (JrrriilnK'kM.
Tho following Is a very nscful table at this mo
ment. It shows at a glance bow much currency
uiny ho bad lor a certain uiuotiut of gold, and t i c
cO r ir K era cc v
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1(110 v ct
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Tho 'Mlurcorone or li Irbj Smith' Ntnir.
We learn by our correspondent at Natchez,
who writes on tbe 7th, that Lieutenant Karl's
men have captured (iener.il Kir by Smith's
Inspector-(ienenil, whoso instructions bad been
to forbid tbe tiring upon boats on the Mississippi.
1 be same correspondent informs us that hu learns
authorita ively that tbe Kebelib.ive great contl
dence iu the ultimate successor the new treasury
policy regarding tbe trade in cotton aud supplies,
and are moving immeuse quantities of cotton
towards tho river iu amicipatiou of business.
A'cur Jrltan$ Times.
Another Kulil III Arkanan..
W't learn that Lieiitentnt Stevens, of tho
picket boat, with a party of his men, yesterday
iiiuile a descent upon the beailiiinrters of Cap
tain Reasons, whose company of guerillas have
been hovering in the vicinity of .Mound City and
the linlge for some time. So complete was the
surprise that the Captain had to mike bis way
through a back window, leaving his saddle-bags
(iillctl with valuablo papers), and a number of
swords, pistols, and oilier property of value, all
of which was secured and taken to deuartirient
headquarters last evening. Mi-mjihit AriulM.
T.ieutennnt-Colonel Clarko, f irmer CUlefof
Stuff to General Mcl'berson, and now chief on
inn rul Howard s S ail, has been promoted to a
Major General Hurnsldo li.H returned to
Washington from the front.
General llosccrans is exnoctod at Wash
ington to-day, preparatory to his assignment to a
new aud important command.
Colonel Andrew W. Dennis in, of Maryland.
who for Mime time past has been iu command of
the Maryland Hrigade in the Army of the l'o:o
inac, has been breveted brlgnJier-Ueneral by tho
1'iesideut for gallant aud meritorious conduct in
the late campaign.
Colonel N. II. McLaughlin, formerly of tbe
1st Massachusetts, anil now of the 67th Veteran
Volunteers, has, for gallant und distinguished
services at 1'oplar Grove Church, Vs., September
30, INlit, been appointed a llrigadier-Uouer.il of
Volunteers, to rank irorn mut uti'o.
Colonel ICdinund Rice and Major William L.
rainier, l'Hh Massachusetts Vol iutocis, wo un
derstand, have received appointments in Han
cock's Veteiun 1st Corps.
Colonel Charles S. Russell, of the 2Sth United
States Colored Intau'ry, has bjen breveted a
brigadier-general for gallant and meritorious con
duet in the assault on Cemetery Hill near Peters
burg, July .'id, and tieen assigned to tho command
of the 1st llrigndc, 2d Division, li.itb Corps, Army
of the James. General Kussell entered tho ser
vice immediately after the a' tack on tort Sumter,
as captain in the 11th Kcgulais. fie was attached
to the Army of the l'otouiac, and was in com
mand of tile regiment in nearly every battle in
McCitllaii s disastrous campaign 01 iMtz,in which
it was nearly uninhibited. Since then ho was
appointed colonel of tho listh United States
Coloied Infantry, which ho organized last winter
in Indiana. He has an honorable record us a
faithful, efllcieiit, and watchful oilieer.
Itcrrvcr. the French lawyer, on roturnlng
from Loudon, had a cordial leceptiou at Calais.
On entering there the tuUm of the railway ter
minus with Lord lirougnaru, no loun i a very
beautiful statuette of hiuueif crowue.l with
luu 1 e Is, the property of one of tho principal
burghers. Before leaving, the Calais bar wailed
on M. lterryer, and accompanied hlrn to tho car
riage in which be traveled back to l'arla.
Femm.f. rmsoNKiiH. Two younir women, a
Miss Murphy und Miss Kllison, arrived in this
city yesterday, and were committed to tho
Atlii iiicuiu. They were arrosted by some of our
soldiers, a day or tno since, In tho vicinity of
uucKuaunou, cuurgeu wiiucuiung uowa 1110 tele
graph wires, acting as spies for the enemy, and
doing a great many things which tliey ought not
to do. The two young women are half sisters.
Miss Murphy wa heio lo.it summor, and spent
several weeks in cluse coniinement, upon cnarges
similar to those which are now prelerred agjiiut
her. II hKltng MteUtymccr, mceintier l J.
Cimovs Caiculation. Someliody makes the
followiiiff curious calculation : What is a billion i
1 be reply is very simple : a million times a iml
liou. This is quickly written, and quicker mill
1 rououneed ; but no man is able to count it. You
may count 100 or 170 in a minute; but let us sup
peso that you may go as fur as 200 ; then an hour
will produce 12,000; a day, 248,000; and a year
Of 305 days (for every lour years you may rest
trim counting uunng a leap yeari, i.w.ia,!,
Let us suuoosu. now. that Adam, at the first be.
ginning of his existence, had begun to count, had
continued to do so, and was counting still, he
would not even now, according to the usually
sunnosed aire of our Klobe. have counted near
enough. For, to count a billion, he would re
quire 0ol2 years, 2-t days, 6 hours, aud 20 minutes,
according to the rule taken above. Mow, sup
posing we were to allow the poor counter 14
hours daily for rest, eating, aud sleeping, ba
would need l'J,Wt years, 00 days, 10 bvurs, and
Jiil CLABI0I EIYTB OILOOMPAillLT.
orrics, Ko. S4i walnut STumr,
WII.1.IAM 1'. HOIIKI.U
J. BIMPFON AFRICA,
11 17tl ImiuiT aa 1 Tnsajanr.
OF WEST VIRGINIA.
WHh the Pmtpritii and fllof loal krort of tlif property
c4 Uili Cornrwiy, tt mw rody ftt our ofTlco.
Tl.Ii Ct inpany owm oror 2.'-0i crvt of whu'. li known
M tfc brit OIL TKItltrrOKT uvon the (IKF. VT VV
11RAVAI, IN WEST V1KUINI A, and offori laro in-lir-mftiU
to rrilM to itibciih fur h llmiuj a im her of
Hharra v1fvr& at i m itiara for fail pal J stock, th par
tfing 110 pw ihara.
ThU price per ttara la not abovt tbe marVatalo ralaa
of it.t laiidt, atid It li offered for rt.a lola parpotrof Id
ortailug the facUlliai rbr d?Tclnprunt, and will, beyiM a
rraitfnabs dubt, pw a proflltUle LnvaitUuout.
COOrER & GRAFF,
No. II MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.
rriiLADir.i hu, Hovrmbtr r, lMt. It 111
NATIONAL OIL BERUING COMPANY,
Capital 2200,000. 20,000 Bhares, $10 Par,
MM 'HAM. I' IIIIVl.lt,
Till IS. J LA''AsriiB,
f. BLAl Ktlt'UNE. JK , I o. rAUJilllA,
AU.XANIF.U r. UEAU.
THOMAS i. LANCAATGU.
iiiiBUY c. frriVKNgoir.
Thu rVmrsiiy u aintrrt upon a rabttaaiial an4 tt
mat tult.i tiaiai, and .-ITitr irMtrr hiaiicinentji tuwl
mere rhnhltf ruriir s.r Inv. nmoot than inr..ihi.r tv
t th pulilir. inhrriionA ara in (muw ri'.4i1,
ami a Iiuku purllen m the lc li klmMjf tmmwt lliunutia
of tbe r..'i'rly mar bo viaiuliMHl, Aid a MQnnAb n '!
tiiinad M Uia udlcs iif Uie Ouiaiaiijr, Ho. BUS. stt.'O.IU
J AH. II. BTEVKKSON,
11 M lulli.lin
pETKULKUM OIL STOCKS.
W. A. HAMILL,
INo. U17 WALNUT Htroot.
ALL THE LEADING DIVIDEND-fAYING
OIIIIJINAL BUBSCEll'rtO.NS '
CcMlrcil rur tht freatar part of tlis best Companies now
orK'anizlBg, antler lbs dlracUoa vf Kntlianon of eiinrlanc
na iinaeuitaa iianauif . i;u aua nut a circular. M-m-ot
OIL, MINING, COAL, AND OTHER NEW
Wa art prepared to fumlih Kaw Corporations with
Uia llouka tliey reiulre, at short notlco aud kiiv prlcas, of
Ant quality. All atvlei ot lllndlng.
aiEFI.-l'I.At K CKUTiriCATES OK STOCK.
Ml IP Hill A I'll Kll io do
1 HANN1 Kit HOOK.
(HtllKKS OK THANUrKR.
HTIK'K l.F.UOKIt IlAl.ANCER.
kKOIHTF.It OF CAI'ITAI, HTllC'K.
HltOKKKH' fKTTY I.KLtiKlt.
AI'I'l.l'NT OK HAI.LH.
Blank Ttook Manurartarara and suulnnnrs
11-lfl-U Mo. 4.U ( II KB. NUT Btrrot.
JJ HIIO:SXA.K: ifc CO.,
CmLDRIU'3 CL0TELNQ EMPOEIUM,
Ko. 4 N. EIGHTH STREET,
F MIL AUK La4 IT! A.
.t-i'r -a .
r -. u,-'
m reipoetft!! lavtt spsclal sttantioa to our alauant
Coroprlalrif BOYS', OIRLS , ISFANTH', and MlflHKS'
I'kalillif la avafTYMiet.la thaututstvlaa.aadof aupa
Fpecial atteDllon rH to MISSES' nitatSSM AKIVU.
Tha poiilic ra Invited to caii and eaaiulne.
M. 8HOEMAKEH & CO.,
li-u. luti.tm no. 4 n. Eiorrrn ariiKKT.
r os. bi onu o.i
S.H Corner NINTH AND AEG II ioTEEETS.
WHOtKBALB AND KE.TAIL,
Toa ou obtain at this BaUbUaoment,
WATFR PBOOF CLOTH CLOAKS,
nr.Avv Brrtnrr) " "
IfllOHTltll HEAVK8 "
tUlSCIlilXA " -
AI L MAliE CP INTO TIIE LATL3T HTTLE and of tha
very beat niatexlai.
Call and see Uia stock berora you purchase.
We shall take great pleasure lu alttng on yon.
Ho. 715 CHEEUUT
4-H No. 780 OIIKHNUT Btrawt.
(taOLSSALS AID SSTA1L
I. B. tomal aXCONa) aad CUK SHUT Buaats, rbllad'a.
aosnct ros mi rATKif
IQUAL1Z.1HU TII1KTT-DAT CLOCK!,
A vary taalrabla article for Charahas, Ilotala, Baaks,
AJao.MAM KAI-TI kKH US' riWU OrtT.n TilKS.
L'lxiraS KEPA1UE11 AMU WAKUANriCU.
lkTrlJuwin(vfTaryaatitUta. 1-11 ly
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MAPLE AND SPRING CREEK
Cupltnl HtorU, W J.tmo.OOO.
TWO IlliNDHF.l) TIIOU1ANI) 811 1 H K.fl, AT 10
OriRinal Eubscriptioa S2 50 Fcr Share for
full Taid tip Stock.
WOKKlMi CAI'lTAL, ltXt,0iX) DOLI.AKS
TKIn rrmptny htn rurrl tivvA rlKhti ami Itino to
'.'.((0 icrtninf Uif btt oil trrrilory on Uic t'luritin rivur,
txluK In tin' ImtiirdlntA rrtK" of tho I'rnintylT Aiiin ()1
lU'iicti, p BiiiiriK ni"t fuTnriitil Kt-nlotric! mirfai'' liull
rkduiiH, naino at on Oil crrek ; citl elrvatiua ilmllar, mul
utroumllnK t-ouniry atxMitnting In tin1 tjiMiti nt evuliMi' v
01 an li ni ilaiit t:'?i? of till It N ln Ut rr J that flili 'out
lany has tin -re wmI tmrlng trrliory than an? nUn tti;
'vmpan7 now nOriiit; It f ten k In thu ninrkrt at ttit1 n.iuie
cot (ht ihart. having uvt r J milvt Irtiiitt or nr, t nt h,
Iht'tr properly ( ) fvlloim.
lit. A drJ iinht u -raver fr oil nn mrrrn on ilt pn
pirtTkncmn u tt-p hramloti Tract, In Fort-it cunty, n
tdr Clarion rlrr nr.d Ifapie ctve , with a rivrf and trek.
front of abont (pn mlloa. On thlprorty a wpil wa cotv
metictti by iho forntec owner in H''i; bt forv rachln tho
df (ith of 3CO tact otl wat obtained with cvi-ry show .for an
abundant well, but owinktuih low prtcv of oil, anJ tho
uncrrfainty of tt nttrfiilnun", wltli tlir slow And eiiicmlra
mudrof kKiritiK thon In me, the operattou wai ahand ue1.
arthii nt tlili Ct'tni'aoy hut now a derrick eructed,
eoiilnt on tin' around, and all preprint lon rrady to c tn
mine iintttiiK a wed. Thu tract, by thnt who have ei -amlnrd
tt. It taid to ba unatirpaamd to Indlcationi for
abundant producing well.
W. A Uaa (or ninety-nine (010 yean for nine teitlhn
(!M0)of at) the oil on a trai t of l;UH arrea, known at tbe
Mriirtiier Tract, on the t larion fWer, alNtut li mWv
abova the ltrandon Trat. TnU pmpi-rty buaveryex
Uniive river, creek, and tributary front of about 'JO mtlui
Oo tbli property the Company ba now three engine
with all nent'Niary toi'lt and machinery to commraoa
boring without delay. The mrtace Imlicatlont and oil
prliiRt in this neighborhood warrant the mM that llow-
Inir well will be found at a depth not exceeding fr0 iovU
pearly all tbo land on tho Cittrfun river, froui it inoti'h
to many mi let ahnre Uit' tratta, hat eltinr been leatrd
or told to partlrt or companion Iu Nrw York, If uton,
I'lilladelphia, l'lttubnrg, and other rillei, and dvelop
mt nia are now beln made with flattic-lutr prospvcti of
btair ton lnre pruJuctioat of otl irin tblt region,
Tt.ii Company bat rt'Merred the ry lare aum of
00 fir work'tiK capital, enough to link from jt) to
lis; 1.''.0i of which hat already baon cipcndod ln
engines, tooli, and working in iti-rla't now nn tho ground ;
and with tbe intmition of Immi-'lmtely adilliig H mure en
Klaea and t.oli to their prennt itock, they cotifld'Mitiy
exprct tn a very thort tltur to havo a number of welh tn
tirretifitl opcia Ion. 1 hit. together with the Tact that
tlity have scturi'd the entire product of oil on one tract
and nuie-lentht on the ntber, when numt cni',i.tnleii par
at lea it a royalty of one half to land owneri, at alio tho
vtTV low rdta at which thrv are otlerln thvlr ttock, belnit
only one-fouith oi ttt par value, thould Induce those toek
lK invektincntt to kuttcii!je at once.
Ihebooka for eubtcrijitlon will be opn onthsl'.tli of
DtcfmLcr, at ilieir OiT.tc, WaluoKt,m UniUliii, Ko 270
S. 11IIB1' Mrwt
C. I. IIA.Y4i
11 K, l
(J O T T H 11 l-' A U M
CAPITAL STOCK, $1,000,000,
PIVIBKD l.NTO 200,000 FIIAKKS, AT 85
$50,000 Cash Reserved as Waking Capital.
TO A LIMITED hUMLEfl Ol-' SHARKS,
$2 50 PES EEAEE,
STOCK ISSUED FULL PAID.
Thla Cnmpane ownt OVF.U rOt'E flfJU AltPI MILKS
of territory, B the eholoeat locailtlna aaat and wait of tb
Alli'sbeny rlTer, ailjolBlng VeiiaiMta aouui, and liaj
alreadj a Taluaotc imxluclng lnlureit In Ita aw aUUaad
Butiseriptton Books ara now opened, and tiabacripUons
received ml tka oilloes of trie Company,
Koi. 23 and 2i Va.sliln?;ton BulltliiiKS,
8. TIUKU 6THEET, BKLOW WALNUT,
And at tnaorllce of
I'lIILir II. RRKG & CO.,
No. JIO.' WALNUT HTKHET.
WILLIAM D. BMiril, Traii.iirar.
1 -4t tntlifta B.J. IIAItHIHON.M. I).. Secretary.
EAST SANDY OIL COMPANY,
YI'.NAXGO COI'KTT, 1T.SNHYI.VASIA.
100,000 Blinrcs, at Fho Dollar Each.
I'ltll E TO SUliSl llIllEKS, ti-oo rtK Binai:,
The Allegheny Hirer and Kant Handy Oil Company have
two diHtlucl anil valuable propertiun. bolliol which are
owned In lee simple, and olio of winch 1. a woikltiK l-r.t-penv,
aliunde dovelfcpod, wltli all tho nvcu.aary
Uitti.lnerv, , , .
No I contain, throe acre., and I. .Ituafed on the hank of
this Alietheuy river, iminediiiioly upiullo to tho cele
brated ilooiur well. Jt 1 but a fiiw uillu. tfjui tlio town
nubla'propcrly Is a well which ha. linen bored to oil.
'1 he Inini'olTincnti. are en Knulnc ll.m.e, Htoam Knirnio,
nearly new, llerrick aud rumpiuir Apiiaratu. cimplulu.
1l.eleldof Hie well, when III leul.ir operation, U ten
biirnli III twenty four hur. Thl. properly I. near the
Cochran farm, on which I. located tho imuroveiuuiii. of
the llalllmoro CoHipmiy, and coutuin. t uple roo u and
frouUiie on tbe river for .eier.tl addlliolial weM.. Olio or
two oilier well., can be workeu with the power now ou the
k'ri.UDil. Will. In a very hort dlalauce of tin. will! 1. ouo
whlel. I. now fleldiog .uiy narrei. peruay.
o. i 1. a lorty-nie aero traot,.ituatuu on a bend or
Ihe Kuat K.n.ly creek, about live mile, from It. mou'li,
on the Alleiilieny rlvar. linmedratcly opponto to tin.
tract, on ihcouier tide of Hie iireaui.U a natural oil
"rhefronlateon the creek, which I. all bottomland,
tultalite f--r boring, I. tufflclcutly cxttui.tve for the loca
tion ol nuiuiirou. well..
In vtew ol the eaten. Its facilities Sir eatablUhlni well,
en tel. property, tho .urn of twenty th iu.aud dollars 'e
rt.ervodaa a woi king capital lor lla development.
11 la propo.ed at once to plaoe two eutrtue on this
proirty and aa the working capital thu. ro.orved will he
ample, the revenue derived rron the well on the Alle
gheny will be devotod at ouce to the dlvldeud fund
Hub.cripUoiit will be received for a limited amount or
aJe Me WALTON.
. li 8. TiilKD STRUT,
VL ON TILS BRAIN
The aio.l pope liar eleee (rat, U nentt; al
1M7 11M CUL VI Kliiel.
AMUt'T TWO MILKS FHOM tTS M'lrTII,
CI.AHIfN HIV Kit.
Paw mill, en tint pnerty, anil heavily nvimt wlin
m l.ltf plr a, anrl other tlmher, hlch alone would pay a
.it? h!i ad i n f.'-Oryon. AIo, i-oat In aliunilanr,-, one lre
vi In flow U lna: developed. At tha prem-nt price of roal In
tlili i-ounty, a larne ium could be ilirlTit from thl branck
aU.ne, t.'.f! acre..
KA5F. I'AltM, 5M acre., on rlarlin rlvtr, 10 mil.-,
abme Clrl..n town, ar.l 14 mile, from tlr mkitclil, the
rn.lal of JclTerm.n county. Tht. territory ha. one and
a l air mile frcnt ou OlaMon rlv,-r, and trmi e.irrace In
db atlona H ere I. no teller oil land In th Su-e-wci:.
are now p.lnir down on th. ailjoinlrK prop. rtlea, with
tK d hiw of nil. Thli la- d r bo bought at the low pric
of llit'i-cr a. ri'.
Klneaerr. (n Cherrv' Tree run, a-nut valnaMe pleca
of oil property, iunounitr.1 by larye rl.iw nir and prod i.tn
well.. 7 htl piece of lan1,on,-e develocl, w.ll proe i'm
remunerative an tv..enllre territory of the moil f.f ireil
ol. eompanle., and can be bought bw.
Kfl arret on Pat.hei run, In Sniir crark tonjh'p
1 til pr vparty I. only two ml it from tha town or fr iklln
1 here are two run. Uir..u.h thu l.n.1, wl:h aevoral do- p
aim or ravine, wi ll adapted for birln : purp ni-i. Alio,
In thla land U.ere la !!tuentone. and five rest velne of coal.
To.lerln abuudam-a for all piirpxaa. Can bo hivd for
lt'l acres rcarirrankMn and near Trench creek. Thr.-nich
a portion of thlalnnd thepa li cull y.iryliu from two io
five feet thick ; al.o, In one and llme-.tona, winch h now
Buoh vr.ared In thla r. kI.ui, can bo had la alan.t.in.'e.
About no aixei of thla land iihuw. tho mint favored pr
pecu for oil yot di.oovurt-d on Treach creek. Thl. entire
ptrce of lard can now be bought for f XVtUJ.
118 acre, valuable coal laud near the Allchony rtvar,
b In directly Id the rear of the Hubert . HU Couipany 'a
properly. Three feet coal relna now open and working
tlh tlece of land conld be inada to prove mi4l prjlttalils
It In the hand, of an enerKetlc company.
1(0 acrta land m ar Ea.t Bandy, In Cranbury town.h'p,
hiavtly timbered, and nnderlatd with uiiiuy lar.a yelui
of coal, which would pniva a sreat lavlni to any company
who poxea.id thl. territory. About ability aero, af this
land I. adapted to borlnir purpo.ea, .howlux tbe .arae eur
fare Indication, an aie to be found ou Oil creek and Cherry
run. Tree fa.mi.
lhfl acre of lan I In Jefferson county, fa , near the jrrua
oil reulon of the Clarion rlrer. (in lliln irurtjr there I.
valuable timber, and nnderl.Ud vtltli heavy coal vclua, a
few of w hich havo alre.idy been opened. The oil tn.liea
tlon. are rery nlnillar to those met wilh on Cherry run.
Thl. piece of pr .peity run n w be purrha.ed at a very low
prlco. Ae yi t, there haa been but Utile attention puld to
thi. rt r-lon, but, fn-m preient Indication., the land In thl.
ri ron will .hortly i-omiuaud aa fabuloii. price, a. lund on
Ollereek. 1 he coal alone on thi. territory, calculated at
two cent, per buahel, will mors than pay fur the whole
property ln eighteen month..
ll(l acren In Cranberry town. hip, Venango connty, bohm
near Kimt Sandy, and not tar from the Allegheny river.
William, run gi-e. through th1. entire property. Ntarby
tlicra are leveral rum, one of which it now producing
la-eely. Cal I. fouud od adjoining territory, rro.pcctt
of thll laud proving Uriiely productive, cither for oil or
e, al. arc Dot .urpa-i.ed by any land lu till, couuly. Thl.
farm can be had for f I6,0t0.
1 acre and II perches, being a lui.tU piece of Ta'u.llil.
burlrix land In VenariKO cniintv. which can be hud either
on li-Klo, or i an l e piirchu.ed In feo .Irnple. There art
frw opportuullle. for piirehu.iiiK ii'ii a .mall piece of
laud In Ihla county. Cim ho I'oiikuI cheap.
luCOacraaof land In the wealern oil reaton of Virginia.
Thl. territory 1. located near and I. .urrounitud by tome
of tU-mont valuable nil territory ln thi. Htatc. Can ba
bi unlit eitler in part or the whole tract.
SIMPSON, JANNEY & 00.,
2-1S.M koom 17, No.MOCIllMMT Utreot.
EW 10 EE AND PHILADELPHIA
Curd l'l-om tho Trustoos.
5o. M Wil.tlAw TaKrT, Nrw Yonrc.
IKceiLhiir 14, IbM.
TO tiik st'R.rmiiwws to Tita htocr or ths mkvt tork
AMI 1'lULAOHI.rilIA 1'KTIlllLai'M COUrAkT.
It It tdToitlktd ttal 60,000 , litre, of the Capital Stock of
thl. Company wlU be rorv. a. WOHtUKO CAI'lTAL.
Te prevent rul.eoiiceptlon, tiie uauagemeit dealrs to
ONE HUNDRED TnOUSAKD DOLLARS
IN CASU (f 100,000),
will be tlcpo.lted with the Cowpaiiy't ltanken, to be ued
only la tha development of the uiairnlnoeiat preporty
belofltrlng to the Company, and for tko legltltaate oun
A large majority of the .tock having been uken.t' e
bookt will tooa booiowMj.
ALBERT IT. NICOLAY, ruEsiDUHT.
FOH TUB TRlSTliiH.J
E. C. STEDMA.N, Secbbtauv.
Bubwcrlption AsT-utai in I'liiludxlpliin,
ClAltlCBON V. CO.
Ko. 191 . TltlltD Rtrtot.
yyAEHINGTON AND WALNUT BESD
100,000 SHARES tfo Each.
Subscription Prlct 9t.
10,000 Shares Reserved as Working CapiUL
Offioe, So. 314 MAEKET Et , PLiladalpWi,
Ko. 1. A wel ea Oil Creek, aow puatptng 10 txrreU per
day. and tnereaautg.
0.1. A wU on Oil Greek. Bow tear MO rent deep, wlrh
Ware .hew of otl. M.ar tku. I. tke Con Planler Well,
woicb la now pumpkin IM) barrel, of otl per day.
Mo. I. A weH on ml llreok, t'JO feet , aow ready A
lebing.wlui .pleudid tkow t oil; erery pro. peel ol m
H. 4. One Ifth to Ureal kg a traet of Bre bandred aortt
ea Ike Altaakaay rlreri eu wok., now pampueg rtfly bar
rel, of oil per day ; three store weS. new going down.; with
aear a BU of river frosa. aa guod boring terrkory.
Ko. e. AkaJfaereetTideMHe.MarUesieaeakltaWsrls,
wkleb are new paoiptng Italy barrel, per Say.
Me- S. Bit aeiea In fte Ln Wakae Head, oa Ukt Alte
gtanrrHer; Wuul .U. r arroun aiu. thi. property are Date
prwdaeing weltl. Tola treat will te developed rapidly.
HubtortptftoM are now kettg reealTed. and e laige aee-
tWwl er Ine etoot airMt le.wi. i n. tvoepeeeu mma aa
kafunuttb tea te oblaiaael et Ue CrOtoe ai kk. Uel
ew MMo.au atAiLAMT ureet.
onn iw i ct.a9 peaches, very tv
sCvAK' pertor, peine by Q.r. Mortoa Oo., al
tbe Kooud Top I each f arm, M4. no awivlug, and leg
tale by K K. UI',Iv. WeS. WOelViS. B
JJLW T0BK iKD PHILADELPEIA
0rcnni.ol ruder the Ijiwi of "cw York
rRAKCIS A. TALUKR, Preddenl Broadway Peak,
KATltAM VANPALL. rreeklent I'nIMd irate.
Telegraph Company, Wew Tork.
Al.nr.HT 11. KIi-OI.AT. of Albert K aieolay On,
lirokef . and Auctioneer., Ro. AJ WdUam .treat, Hew Tork.
Et (irE J JACK HON, of Polhamlat A Jaakaon, ttaak
era and llroker.. Mo 41 Kicbane p:aoe. Hew Tork.
RliMt:m ft. aTKMI aerretary Hew Tork retre
keijm htock Hoard, and Hioker, Mo. BO Broad euwei, Mew
ANPHEvT UrilAFrKT, -,lldelPhla.
f liANCIS A. UOnWlM.rhllal'crphU.
ROIIKRT Cl.AkKHOV, ol Clartuoa Oo., Bankers,
Ko. Wl B. Third atreet, Pklladelphla.
IkJAMKg M. HAkKP., OflCily.renneylTtillA.
ALBKHT II. B1COLAT, K.wToik.
AKimr.w kiEiiArrrr, Philadelphia.
A. V. BTOl'T, Preeldent Hhive and Leethor Dank, Hew
OFFICES OF TUE COMPANY,
No. 53 rYllllnm Street, Kcw York,
U. 121 S. Third Street, riillalclphla.
Ciltnl Htook, oo,000 HHaroH,
AT THE KOMINAL PAB Or U EACH.
suBecitirrioN nticR, 92 tetl share.
STOCK SI' II J EOT TO MO I'l'RTnBH AisassHKKT.
50,000 ELare, or $100,000, BeBerred for
A LAItOE MAJ0B1TT Or TI1F. BIIAUEH OF TD1H
COMPANY 1LAV1NO I1P.EN ALBKADT TAKES IS
New York and Pluladelphia,
THE SfllPCBirTION llOOIfS WILL RIVAIN OPEN
HUT rOH A FEW DAYS LOHUEU AT TUB OTKIOKS
NAKED BELOW I
NEW YORK SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS,
FRANCIS A. PALMER,
At Broadway Hank, No. 3117 Broadway.
ALBERT H. NICOLAY & CO.,
Ko. 11 William Hlreet,
II Id St lfo.4S Ea change Plane.
HI MOlKi AN OIL COMPANY
(Capital Htoolf, KH300.000.
CO.OOO SHARKS rnr Valtta 5 Per Share.
Subscription Price, $2 1'er Shure.
WorUlnic Oupltul, wai.ooo.
IIORACK J. SMITH.
R. STEWART, M. D.
HENRY II. AV1LS0N.
B. T. JANNEY.
JAKPtR COl'K WAY.
TlnniceJ Hmith. I William L. Maddoek,
K. Hiewnrt. at. !., I Mord.-oal 1. Kvau.,
Jaiuet Wllm.ii, 1 B. kl Jaiinoy,
ctuiuel ltaush, A Mai.haU.
Jajon L. reniuVuore.
Office, 33 and 34 Wishingtyn Baildings,
No. !J71 W. Ttilrl MC l'lilla.
The properly of the MOItr.AsT OIL COMPAKYe.in.l.li
of ittt tcre. In fee,ull of whleh it clear of any Incuuibranoe;
SOU acrea ara tltutte ln Morgan and llomi-r township.,
Moriiau county, Ohio, and 140 aurc. on a trlbuUry of tho
Clarion rirer, in Ji'lTornon county, Pa,
I'mniiitui and Map. nt the oflli-e of tho Comiiany,
whli h wlU be opi ned ou UONDAr, UieliiUi Inn., lor aub
.crii tiuu. to tiie .lock. W -IB til
JAUl'IUN APfI COtrOllADO
GOLD MINING COMPANY.
CnARTEUED T BTATV, Ol' PEX .TLTAirLA.
OAIUTAIj BTOOK, l,OO0,t)00
800,000 Hbaret-Pair Vnleio, 5.
Pii.i.ideut JOHN M. ANDEKBON.
Themat A. aoott,
M. H. Kneaat,
William a. rrweniaa,
Itobeit P. kliiar.
J.Jm M. KUoy,
Jamet E Magee,
T. O. McDowell, Otrrtiborg.
joka W. Hall, do
John Brady, do
W. W. Wylle, Lanoattar.
Ckarltt De Silver, WUllaw ti. Dhute, Ootorado.
D. 1. SOUTH WORTH,
Seeretary and Treaaurar.
OniGE. No. 423 'WALNUT 6T&IET,
KOOTI Ne. S.
Arret' or. bleated tpeeknent have been pnenred from some
of the Company 's lodea, and kave been aeeayed byPvo
fci.or. Booth and Warrett with the meat greuryuwresnat.
Bubtcnpllon halt are now open at the Orrloe of the Oosa
pasy, and at the TToaaurer's Oflloe (Intornel Berenee),
Mo. Ct7 CllBiUlirT atftet, rtrmort' and Meetianla- bank
beiUutf. To original lubterlbefs ti W per share tor a
Hulled Bomber of .hares.
Clreolar. .punpjil.tt, or mibrmeUoa oea be obtained at
the omee of she Ooeopany, after the lltklaet, U-U-sat
AUD OTnitB ISCOKTORATBD COMPAKIM,
een be tepptled tt lowe.t ee.h prloot wlek
uajtTiriCATt.a ok siik,
a rock i kinirna,
DlHktlU AOOrl, Am Ae. Ae.
1 raf aeaortmeoi of teiaiiJea oa kaed Sm- aureha.era te
Mleetsrosa. Suleeef eveldttlarteiCeeaegga)ioev
V, Q. PEMT, Huufaotarioff Eutwiar,
U-N w I. W. eoraer rOUKTsl sttf B AC See.
if ftnur . ,
r II E DRAKE .
CAPITAL, . a e . 0t.OOO.OOO
100,000 SIURES, PAR ia r
flO.OOO Caah Working Capital.
fcUHSCUII'T ION PBIOK. Si SO).
T. 1 1 AKKINH DU TOY, 1
Preetdent of the Catawltca lallmad Cowipany.
TICS FBFBl PRNT,
THOMA8 D. WATTSON,
Of the nardware Cnn of Trelu A Co., No. lilt starket tl
HAMUKL WOKK, i
Of Work. MeCoueh A Co.. Baekerl, Ko. K t. Thirl strata
T. HASKIKS IHJ PUT,
THOMAS P. WATT80W, '
e. s. mrriABna.
WM. Ti. SMKIiltKKD.In.oranoe AgoBI.
op.orop; p. wat,
el late liry Uoodi Una of J. T. Way A Co.,
A. W. I.PtT.NRInr). '
Caauler Mauck Chunk Beak, i
PDWABD Bltiri EN. Kim.
The prorerty of the Iirake Petroleum Company eontJtef
of two traott of land.ono of two huadred and fifty-m veal
arret and one of two bundrek and euty-flro aoree, maklag
kn all (Ire knadred and twelre acres, la fee, oo tke CaldV
wall Itranek of Oil Creek.
The priierty haa been erltleally eaamlne4 by. a CornV
mlttee appointed S-r tliat pnrp.e. and ihe torrliory pro
nooreed, In their jndgreent, to be fully eqnal to that oa 04
Crek, along whleh the largeat oil walla are dlaooyorad
have heea found.
Tke land, reaemble those on Oil creek tn every parttca
lar, and It It believed, from tho large aamber of all
aprtngt In elo.e proximity, that valuable well, wlil bo
opened on both these traen.
Tbe management hare already teeured teverej enainea
and engaged a oompi-tent auierlnU-ndent, with a view ea
nniediate and energetic development. f
A large portion ol taeee traota It bottom, Ian admirable'
adapted for boring. t
Vertra) oompaa ei ere organised on landt Immediately
adjoining thta territory, among which ara the Brtggs aa
Creerent Oil Companlee ot Philadelphia. ,
In pre.ntrng the Drake Peuoleem Company to tha
peblic, the Uireclori e.k that their tchame ahontd be ea
aniloed.and aub.crlptlona made to the Stock la full U1IIA
ae te lu preterit and prospective value ,
T. UASKINA KtJ PUT, rre.ldenl.'
THOMAS D. WATTSOH, Vloa-Pntldcnt.
BAMl'KL WOKK, Treaturtr.
Bubicrtptiont win be received at the Benklog looie of
WOBK, MeCOUCH Al CO.,
IM -tf Mo. W S. TUlitO ureal,
OA VITAL, 500 OOO.' J
200,000 SHARKS $2 50 PAR VALUE.
WorklokT Oaplta.1, HWJ.OOO.
0ITI0E, No. 114 S. SIXTH STREET.
WALTER J. 13 USD.
DELL NOCLIT, Jo.
WALT BR J. BUDO,
OB AHA M,
f AMKH W. CAlitiON.
WARNKK M. KAIHOM,
MUX 01iUT, J.,
D. W. UKMIHOff, '
11. B. BBNEart. 1
The property of thta Oomrany conititi of rVora 30 to
fti!jre. oi lj.a ino..e irmct, iu i kiiuui, Hu tted oa
tlm Aleigfconj rivtr, nrr and to the mouth ot' Hcrub
liranft ciifk.ln f cuaiiKO couuly, ftim yivaotki. It htta 4
tfoMRtti- Hlot.tt tha nvi r ut Atiioui thrfe ((Oeirui of m mo,
with ict'oo boriHK trturlor Uia who It dig tat oa. ltul
liuo i-rtM -k iMtf ihroui;b tt for toe d nunc ol one-half
iSMotiirre tjiiartpr ( '4 of a tntit?, lmbudtlad In a tvep
v e, aJi &H (be liu.u aud of which i auiple (iu
fr bt.rn-K A U m ravine t-xu'iidi Into thr hliU troin liul
IK n crt-tih lur a di.tai.i-a ol atul ona-tiaU a ml ,
ailnrcinu a larke adoiilonal atununtuf kuiiact furbortuc.
It Is atl axcuriainrd by the t? u mo by 01 ai and ra
fiiifitiibla reeldeum ilmt tua miii, your ko, uailtarvd
oil (rum ihe iurf-ee of tha raviuri onihli proaortjr, antl
ustd ti lor rht'iimaUc atluctiona- Jn iir tlmt Uia ietn
nicra ul hollion iron urntoa gthord aud yxad that oil
lur le iuruua ot a)pllDt It to kuiIh and brulnaa oa
UitMr hfirfcfB. OH far wi to 11 to exude at a Dumber
i 1 1 I Oft (,n tha bauk ot' tiie AUfettoM nvr, aad tn Uta
ravn' alludei to
'iht re la evtry rfaton, therfor,tobllore thaj tha pro-p-rt
ol Uie ( uiiitikny in rich in its an t-ita f o l Tha n
clination 1 f the iiaia provtoi auirO-Ukivaiy that taoaa tup
ptiti 01 oil nn 1 II cmt k have a higher lavuj uitvn na 01I
hnrtn(r rurka on this property ; and thai ejnjiuntly tha
tip(il) vtill h more peinuiifut than that of Ulioieclt It mil 1.
Tr,p Inimmie exien ol Imtiitf aurfacc, t(ual 10 liia e m
Lit'rd rr hiaKn Ollcreaa 01 tna kj,b?rt, try, and Tarr
nii, nniM rttdt-r ll a prupfrty lnvlua.ble Ucjaad any
prtkfua btisis 01 c-rDipijUili n
A weil is ain ady utmn atxiut 43.1 ftt 't.lnthf ilnklnf of
which, a few ititr sliio. oil waHtwiCfle ruoit, but the tUa
owi. r turiiad thftr utuniinn to tua luunitaoture 01 aait,
as halt m aiernfri-ai sir n.tli and tr irr at qiistntltr waa
obi a nt d. oariiH row iiuwiitkt tiiraf(tin. Aanglna 1
niremlv set uo ttn't tubniK uu tria trruiia 1, with all Uia ap
pl Hiici lur hlnHiitf Uila wa 1 to a Kreatnr duotti. at Ui
(.'tin pany lu"i cnntidi'iit ot it curit g a od ilow of oil,
1 hi' t jmran have diteo'd contia na to aa tuallv for Uia)
litktnt.-01 thrtt-atlititioi.nl wt-li luitudiitti'ly.
'I ht niieiAtloni of th (.'oDipaMir w-il b graafly fad 11
tat'd bv t Voriti cln-utiKitani a 1 ,
lt '1 hp drain-at: of a(fr tratmportatlotj, auralcnl
to an Incrvaxe in itte price of nil trooa $1 10 $i r b.uTol
tttr Oil ttIU ll 4T' k.
3d. A raliioail will pronablr paxi tarooah tbaproporty,
cni - tui? I y ihe w ay oi Kituinnio and Krwirt titli
the I'm mm 1 autii t'rtifal, atl.rdtnrf tha naaraal iid tureat
mi Ann ot trDp.r(at-on tu it.a tatter it cine.,
3d Ihi tf is a iit-avv K'owthor Hanlk. O Ur. And Pine,
whu n willf .rrinh ll a tV.tnpan ch ap opllM o4 b iIkIi.ik
nia'-rtui" and fuI an J alau afT t1 an Incidental aoaiceof
pi out to tsiai'oojpaiiy by tlatra!
Wul trcilpil. us lur btot k rttt-lved at the nfflfa of thb
riiuiany. or at tha Trruorar'a, Aa. 'il'l 8. t'B'KJNO
ft 1 rt,or by aiyof tha Director. m IJ-7 atuttiJt
r'IlE BD0HAN AN KOI ALT 7
Oil-. COMPANV. "1
CAHTAL v 100,000
40.CC0 SHAKES FAR VALUE IJlO.Oft
PKK.HIOKNT Jon ALEXANDFISt.
TKKAtil'HKH JOUS W. TO It RUT.
akCKKrAKY-WM S LANS.
A. O. CATTRLL, i'rettdeui tioru Exohauja Xattiioal
ri-WAKU U JAK8. ot the home ef Tbocoat K.ckard-
JOBS ALKXAMUKK, No. 101 Areh street, rkOada.
DAVID VAKL'KKVtGB.Ke.tug M, Tbtrtoout street.
1. H, LVDAT.PItteburv. ). ...
B. B.riiHTEB, ll.D.,WllmlDgoa. (.
WM. a. LAJIK, r-auadrlfhla.
Oaioa No. 18 B. FOURTH Strcwt,
Tha proper? of tblt Couoaar eonilttt of PU Land,
Leaaea, and Uroend Kent Kener.ee or Kojaltlet of all tb
otl produood on tbe "A. Baetianao Far," oa All Greek.
And alto, aa the oil tad oudercroaod dcpoetlt If two kea
dred aorta of laodeaBaet Ulokor creek, V taauye aoaolT
Tlwr are about oae kendrel ana ntry sarras-ea en lot
aa tko "A. Baokanaa rant,'' over sunt- of whlok ara
laeeod to Bret elate ever. lor.. Beveoteeei wetlt an Deer
rodMltei oU : several are now betes t sated wttk good
roaueou, tad twenty or thirty betot bored at variooA
euereeof priitt. f
At a sold eroaalMna taveatsaaut a Boiited aatoner or
ton tld akaraa, al lie per tUare. auj be obtaaeed at tt
ea.h, apoei aavocattoa t aajof sue ooeerr.er at lk
ofle of the Coeapaay. i '
The aroeaoetaa. tmitatlnt a fall er ewe uav
mi'l aroeerJ. MA be eklaaed ate eao. Mt-Aas
Tecomu-hano BOTTOM 6AM-
ktae atoas. la M-'J
; Aa let tt k kluMT Street
M-t-lst Jie.uatitiuji an
n?1?it-AT;Bat.aael ..ul kroj
mam Herk aad kuawrujkiul iftvimfUr