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Twenty-one years have tlupstd since thrr'n'c
deJoinTill tough' l.rMe in ibo trop:
plre of liraI). All the wnrlil V"'"" thonoo i y
stable coniiltullonl (ioTcrmnrnt In ' 1 '"9"
rlc. is l),a,.il. whi, h, f...u l.e br-iiK in
ie,.endeccc, ..loplrd tl.a moo ' '
There . d,'.:,n,l of "f
l,Uf, Jive lieon turn by
while the o called rtpu
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of euch other. The .re."l l.n.l'Cior f l!r.s,.tl is
dUtlrpni-hcd l.r bin pTH.nnl Witty, whit h he
Jcultiiuiitely Inherit! from bts fatlier, Don Pedro
I; but hoi! far more remarkable for his great
menial endowments and hie love- ol Htu.ly. Hn
mother whs lionna l.cnpoltlina of Au-ariu, the
mter ot Mane Louise, the sot ond. lirt.lu ol M.ipu-
'"xhe marriage of Don I'edro II with the Trln
ccm Tben (Aiislio lluuttion) ul NrtpkH rr
ulled in trio birth ul ti.ur rlilldn-n, two sons and
Itro daUKUiers. Tlio .ns die I i'l mtaney ; tiio
iirii.'8i have grown " into In 1 bloom and
frtiiimtui wniminlMod. It niitui.il that hu
(wiiUk lor Jti nnu Iwtljcllu, tlio heir to the throne,
mid lor Donna I,c.io.llnii, should lie sought
amongst the i. rinres i f l'.uropc. The clioice has
lallcu upon the fount d'hu.tlio eldent sou of tlio
Dukeol Nemours, and upon J'nnre l.umaAu
gustc de haxe-Coburg-Ootha. Il.ith are graml
ons of I.onis I'hilippe. The- ollleial journal of
Rio il Janeiro announced that the niarri.iKO of
the 1'iimcss Imperial with the Count d'Ku would
Uk: 'live oi. the Kith of this month, and also thu
ileiinue engifiemeiit ol tl.o Dune of h.txe with
Dot na l.iopoiditia. The French mail of October
J. will bring us intelligence of the marrlaijo of
the elder sMer, the future Kmprcss.
Donna Isabella, the heir to the throne of Kra.ll,
nas boin at Hio de Janeiro on the 2'ith of July,
IMti, and was conseiiienily eighteen last July.
Shu is tall, finely formed, and l;.ir. Donna Isa
bella la a blonde, In thia respect taking after
her Imperial father, who Inherits troro nis liatu
tiupir mother fulr hair and bluo eyes. Theedu
ration of the prinee.se! aaa been the object of the
constant and personal attention of the Kmperor.
Vinle thu best of prolessors and tutors have
been employed, the Emperor, notwithstanding
manv iare of state, ha! brOimht hi! ripe scholar
ship to bear on tlio instruction of their imperial
He is himself master of six living language
for llnent eon vi rsutiou and from thu eujormen
of their literature, w hile for ineru reading there is
scarcely a modern touguo of Kuropo with which
he is not uctUiiiteil. With the Latin, he recently
informed one of our correspondents, ho Is as
familiar a! with his own tonguo; to Greek and to
Ilrhraw he has deroied gnat attention. His
JLijcaty, according to the testimony of eminent
naturalists who have visited lirazil, has always
tjken tho deepest Interest in physical science, es
pecially ill chemistry. I ndor such a father bare
the prn.cesbes received their education.
It is said by those who have long been near tho
imperial princess, that she is a person of great
judgment, and one who inquires Into the reason
of things, who weighs, deliberates, and balances
every question before making her decision. Such
qualities are most needtul lor a constitutional
Donna Lcopoldlna, the younger princess, was
born July l:t, lf47, and is now seventeen. Liko
her sister, she is a blonde, though not inberitiug
so fully the Hapsburg features. She possesses
great vivacity, and is said to bo exceedingly
happy at repartee. It is not known when her
marriage with the Duke de huxe will lake place,
but, doubtless, not many months will elapse be
fore l'iuropeun Courts will have un opportunity of
seeing the young princesses.
Ti e Count d'Eu Is the eldest son of the Duke
of Kcmours and of tho 1'rincess Vietoiro da
t.axe-Coburg-Gotha, and was born at the l'alace
of Keuilly, near i'uns, April M, Dtl-'. He was
icarccly six years old when, with tho family of
Louis Vhilippe, he came to Kugland. In the
quiet retreat of Clarcmout he received an Anglo -trench
education until he was seventeen, when
the young Count was appointed by his royal rela
tive, the Queen of Spain, to an nnder lieutenancy
in the Spanish cavalry. He was made a member
of the ICtat-Major of Marshal O'DonncU in the
expedition against Morocco. In one of tho first
combats he so distinguished himself in a cavalry
charge, w hich ho led on tho plains of Tctutm,
that lie was decorated on the held of battle by the
His conduct from the beginning to tho end of
the war iu A lik retiected honor upon the young
oihccr. Alter the campaign was finished he cn
tend the military School of Segovia, and there
Xor three years devoted himself to the severest
study. Hy his examinations be merited a lieu
tenancy ol artillery and the sword of honor; he
was also promoted to be captain of cavalry. Ho
was in gumboil at Uarcclona when he received
permission to return to Kngland (May, 1H04), to
Im? prefeiit at the marriage between his cousins,
the Count de I'aris and the daughter of the Duke
of Montpensier. Hut few days passed alter this
wedding beiore he was selected as candidate for
one of tho princesses of Brazil.
The Count d'Ku, accompanied by General
Dumas and the Duke de Saxe, arrived In Rio on
the 2tl of Septi mlier, and were received by M.
l.itboa (the Brazilian Minister to the United
btatet home on leave). M. Lisboa is an alumnm
of the Edinburgh University, and the choice of
the Kmpcrer for on attendant upon the Princes
could not have fallen upon a more cultivated or
worthy gentleman. But the Count d'Ku and the
Duke ,de Saxe instantly won the favor of the
.Brazilian public by their line appearance and by
their gieut allal.ility.
The Duke de Saxe is the son of the Trince
Anguste de Saxc-Cobnrg Gotha and of the Prin
cess Clcmentino d'OrhatiB, daughter of Louis
I'lolim.ft. Ha is. therefore, cousin to the Count
d'Eu. His uncle is the lather of the King of
Tortuial. The young duke, who is the aVmc of
the second Princess of Brazil, was born iu franco,
at the Chateau d'Eu, August b, INI ). He early
entered the Austrian tuariuc, and served in tho
It is curious to see how the House of Brazil is
allied bv blood and bv marriage to the various
inineiial and roval houses of Europe. The lather
of bom I'edro 11 was a llragauza, his mother an
Austrian Archduchess, sister to the second Km
press of the French. Dom Pedro II was thus
eousin-gernian to Napoleon 11, and by marriage
to Nauohon III. His stepmother (thu Empress
Amelia, now in Portugal, the second wife of Dom
I'edro I) is the daughter of Eugene Deauharnais,
And thus Iit marriaue alliance the present Etn-
neror of Brazil is related to Napoleon 111 and to
the present reieninir families of Sweden and of
ltussia. His sifter, the late Donna Maria II of
Portugal, was married to Ferdinand, Duke of
fsaxe-l.'oburj; Gotha, cousin to the Queen of
The present King of rortug.il, the nephew of
we liraiiisn h.mperor, marrieu me natiguier oi
the Klim ot Italv. The Emperor's sistur married
the Priiiee de Joinville and the Prince d'A'iuila
.(Naples and Sicily). The Empress ot Uraztl
f Austno-bourlxm. of Nanlcsl is sister to the ex-
(Juein Maria Christina, of Spain, and to the late
King Ferdinand, of the Tw Sicilies. The Em.
Veror Maximilian, of Mexico, is a blooded rela
tive of both Duin Pedro 111 and his Empress, and
tie royal houses of Prussia, Denmark, Holland,
and Belgium, are retnoiely allied, bv blood aud
marrmge, to the iinrinl house of Brazil.
A dog show has been the latest excitement
Sir Andrew Buchanan, the newly splinted
liritlsh Ambassador at the Court of Russia, has
left London, accompanied by Lady Buchanan, on
hm way to St. Petersburg, to enter upon his diplo
matic duties. Mr. Buchanan, our cx-President,
was, bv the way, at ouc time the American Minis
Ul to JXusiia,
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And onmatl7 roooinmenils li to ail 0ntlemea ol
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HEW PATENT STOVE,
FOR COOKING AND HEATINO
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fn be had aliaapar than any ottiar Oai atnTo. at
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BEIUESLCIIU MACHINE WORKS,
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W ara prtparod to flu ordra to any titent fcr our wan
MarHlKTRY TOIl OOTTOS AFD WOOLF.H MtM.
IneloilinK all reoant ImarovaniMiU iBCariuag, Byinouif,
Wo lnvHe tbs attantMa ot manuflKturws to oar extra
Stve works. AXJTvtD jyU BOM
OIL, MINING, COAL, AND OTHER NEW
COM PAX It8.
Wt ara prepared to rarnlah Heir Corporations with I
the Hooka ther riulr, at ahort aotlce and low pcloee, at
Drat quality. A 11 styles ot Binding.
BTEET.-PLA1K CEBTIICATEH OP STOCK.
LIT HOHKAPHP.l) do do
TKAtCHl ICK HOOK.
OKDKKri OF TKAMSrER.
H'l'tK'K 1.S.UUKK HAT.AWOES.
KKtllRTEK OS- CAPITAL HTUCE.
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Mo. til CUEMNUT Htreet.
.PAR, VALUE fflO.OO
TliEASl REK-JOllS W. TOKKCY.
KECKKTARY-WM. 8. LAN.
A. G. CATTE1.L, President Corn Exchange national
EHWARD o. JAMES, of the house of Thotaaa lueiiaru-
Sob A Co., Philadelphia
JOHN ALEXANDER, No. 19M Arch street, rnuaaa.
DAVID VAbEItVfiUllKo.GOIi H. TUirteenlU alreot,
J. H. LYDAY,rittabar.
It. R.rOKTER, W. I).,WllmlnKton,
WH. B. LAKE, Philadelphia.
Ollloo No. 148 H. FOURTH Ktroet,
The propcry of this Company conilila of OH Land,
Leaica, aud Ground Kent Resurvs or Koyaltlel of all tha
oil produoed on the "A. Buchanan Farm," on Oil Crack
And also, all the oil and underin-oond drpoalta in two him-
dred acres of land on East lllckorj crevk, Vauaone toantj,
There are about one hundred and fllty aorveyed oil lots
the "A- Buchanan 1'ann," over alxty of wtiloh ara
taaaed to first class operators. Seventeen wolls are now
producing oil: several are now being tested wlta good
prospects, and twenty or thirty belug Kred at various
As a soJd promising lnvcitment a limited nnmir or
ft. U paid shares, of 910 per share, may heobtaHied at 17
eaeh, ln appltratkm te auyof the oolcers, or at tlx
oflire of the Company.
The prospectus, containing a fall drr!pllon of the Com.
pany's pr prty, oaa be obtained atjtlie onlee, 11-M-lui
"JHE CLARION RIVER OIL COMPANIES.
OFFICE, No. Ctt VfALNTJT STREET,
W1LMAM P. KOIIKLTi,
J. PIMPBON AFRICA,
Jl-17-tl Secretary and Treasurer.
AJiD OTHER INI OltrOItATED COVPA5U1W,
tan ho supplhxl at lowest cash prices with
Ctit'iirit'AlP.H iiK ktock,
mill K LKlHiRR.
1HV1WKMII 110OKB, A'. AC .
" A foil assortmrnt of samples on hand for surehaer io
selact fruia. bi Its uf over lUi uiflrm (.erunoatusol Hiwok.
"W. 0. PERRY, Manufactaring BlatioBer,
ll-'i-cw B. W. corner FOURTH and RACE Sis.
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
TELKGHAPII PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1864.
M'CLIKTOCK RESERVE CIL OOMPAKY.
A I'l r A I. K, I.O(MI.O00.
100 .(K)0 snAKES, -
U PH' lin TION n.ICK, f. PEK HltAliB.
1 BFS1P1 NT,
.1AMKK M. Mil. LAN.
FKCRFTAUT AXO 7 B It AS! hT,
J. I'. Hl:lN1101 U.
N.M;K1 WALNUT KTIIKKT,
The property of this Company Is aM In Vcnnniro c.mnlT,
and ia belli v. d Uj bo as t' od oil n rrltory ai any In tne
h.i. 1. One-fnurUi royally InliTist In throe aoros one
hundrtd and Hi o perches of land, holm tho M-Ointook
K serve, situated at ll. junction of oil ( rr. k w.tli f'hor.y
Hun. Iho lonsos (Ul' j oars 1 are held by cners' lK- and re
ponslhlo men. Thore la a flowing c.l. siru. X about tr.e
VOils ofOctohor. and la now yielding 110 bnrrols per ila.v,
with a Rood prospoot of a largo lncr..ae. Tnnrn la alao a
pumpiiu: wull, ylHillnxovor do barrels. InoroaslnR ilaily,
andillsoonfidintlj 0I ccHdwlU bocomc a lArpe (lowing
welt 1 hrec other wells Ata nearly completed, one J fe t
dw-p, In the third sand rock; one ; foot doop; oni f Jl
foot doop, just throni;h tho Ihlrd sand ro. k, and ready for
tho oi iflnc, which Is on the pround, and another lust com
menced, in all of which oil has already hoen found, and
will be, It Is supposed, in a few weeks, lariji ly productive,
msku.K in wells completed and In actlre pmosas of com
pletion. On this territory there is room for twelve or six
teen wolls, and, from tl.t clmriiotar of the lensecs, will be
No.il final half acre of around In tlie centre ef tho atove
trnct,resorvcdorliniillyby the owner as his retidem e,
and on which It stands. This is a fee simple, but suroect
to one-fourth of the nil produced from It. The bout indtrea
pronounce this half acre to be as good oil territory as
any on Oie crk, and which the Company expert to deve
lop as rapidly as possible forlhe ben ritof the stockiieMcrs.
So.. Onolhlrd working Interest In three and one-hall
acres on Oil ( reek, slioaled further up, adjoining the
widow Mc( 'llnto.k a farm, and as favorably located as
Kns.landJ. On Oils property thore Is a new well, pro-
,... i mi loirr!. oi oil dallv. and Increasing. Another
w ell in nmeieas or boring, and progressing satlafaetor lly
Tins nrorcnv la snsecpllhla of greater development, uad
on, mines to ho largely productive.
No. 4. Two hundred and ton acres of laod in rot simple
onriOiole Cre..k, throe miles from the Allegheny River,
and surrounded with wells, already developed and success
ful. A larite portion of this farm Is beucveu to oe goon on
Mo. b. A valuable tract on Ptuart's Run. contalnlnir
about thirty aeros. This Is rfk-arded aa one of the most
deslrablo reclona ontsldcofOII Creek ami Cherry Hun,
Severulrorupaales bnvo commenced operations with l.lykly
jv.i. . A valuable tractor) and near Tuba Run, which
empties Into tne Allegheny River, on the east Bldo, about
one tnhe aboVe Tionosta Village. Severn! ravines pasa
through this property, and there is considerable of good
timber on It. No reason why tt should not prove to be good
ho. 7. A valuable tract on Ttonesta crook, Jnst abort
tacev't Mills, on the left-hand side of the i roek, contain
Ingnbont Ally acres, wlta aa many rods on tho creek.
Indications lor oil very tHVornbio.
io. 8. A alliablo tract on Tlonosla crock, Just ahovt
tht last described, eontainlag about fitly acres, and about
llftv rods front on the creek.
Jio. 9. A tract of territory on and adlolnlng a run which
empties Into Hemlock creek, about five mllos from Presl
dent, and near to the property of the President Petroleum
Company. Itcontalna about twohnndred acres, part well
timbered, the balance believed to be good oil territory
Jio. 10. A valuable tract ou aad near Pithole Run, abont
one milt from tht Allegheny river, and nearly opplte
the celebrated Pithole Creek, which Is now regarded with
much favor. Thla property containt about twenty-ma
acres, part well timbered, and there are good reasons for
believing they will prove vood on territory.
Immediately on going Into operation tide company wif
Le la the receipt of say r.0 barrel, or oil per day, win. n
at I0 (It Is now selling at till), will be a daily Ineouit
ifiOO. or SINO.OOO per annum, ennollng the company
make divk'ends ol nut less than three percent Vermont!
on the Invest montfaom tht beginning, with a good prut
pect of a large Increase,
It Is believed that no oil company lias been lurmea with
more etrtaln prospecl, of success. Only u limited por
tion ( the stock is oilered at S5, as tlio corporators emi
nently believe that In a very short time thu slock wUl bo
worth much mote than par.
As the company relies mainly on tho Orst described
property lor tliolr present Income, tho following report
made by a committee of gentlemen appointed to uxako the
examination, ts suhmllted
1 he undersigned committee, app. luted to examine the
properly ol the McChntock Reserve Oil Coiupany.rospoel
That tiiey nave thoroughly examined tho John Mc' Un
lock Reserve, situatud tt tlio junction of (ill Crook and
'herrv Run. The psoporty slocated on a beautiful bluff,
admirably adapted to boring. Thcro are sU wells finished
aad In progress. One well, which had been yielding ab'iut
fony barrels dully, had suildenly Increased to one hundred
and forty barrels, and was Mowing nt about thla rate on
onrvlilt. Another well, represented as yielding seventy
five barrels, was pumping at the rate of eighty to ninety
barrels, and the Intelligent superintendent and lessee waa
sanguine in tht expectation that in a ahort time it would
become a flowing well, and gle a much larger yield,
rhese two wells are but a few weeks old, aud have every
Indication of becoming very large wells.
Three other wells arc Iu processor boring, and will ht
finished on or beforo Die first of January; and from tht
Indications, we believe they will all bt largely productive.
One other w ell waa just commcneed, and will ho pushed
rapidly to completion.
The wiilc of the property, except tho half acre on whlah
the homokteud stands, has been leased, aud la iu the hands
of experienced and energetic men, who wl I spare no palps
or expense to develop the property In tl.o best manner, aud
In the shortest possible time.
Tho derricks, houses, engines, tools, etc , are all new,
and ti e best of their kind, and In excellent order, giving
evidence ol the cartful aupervtkion of the owuurs of the
Wt have no doubt that the Company's Interest one
fourth rojaltv now about lltty-llve barrels pur day, which
at 110 It V',0, w ill be grtatly Increased by the first of
January next ; and as the land will admit of twenty woiu
being bored upon It, a good Idea may he tornied of tlio
Immense jleld which will result when all are finished.
Tht homestead occupies half an acre from which the
Company will receive three fourths of the oil If they work
lt,andwt.i h your committee strongly recommend,; It
would not be surprising If this interest alone should, before
the expiration of a jear, realize an Income of several hun
dred barrels per day.
The entire properly consists of a little over four a -res
with a aiinerior dwelling and good barn noon it. Kroin
lit proximity to Cherry Run, and Its peculiar local! iu,
toiiether w Ith the fact that the property nan not been founH
to bt atTceled by other wells in the limnuulate Height
hood, we art lid to tUu conviction that it is one of the moat
desirable Lropertle, on Oil Crook.
J. D. liEISnOTH- No. VHS Walaut street.
JAMES MeUILLAM, No. Cut Saotom street
12.8-mwflw W. II.RICHARlHOW.Wo.m Marktt St.
JOTTEH A. II M
OF I'IIIIjAUKIjI'II i a.
CAPITAL STOCK, $1,000,000,
DIVIDEB INTO 200,WiO SHAnES, AT 5
$2'50 PER EHARE.
Vatoerlrlian Disikn sre r.pfnd, And iibsrr.pdUM to Shs
pltl Pluck rtcclTtl at Ike oii.lC t
rilII.II' II. Ml UK & (0.,
No. ;). WALNUT KTIIEE
The ofl'ccs ef theComaeey. He.,. 5.1 and ?4 WAIItl'fl
I NCI ON Itfll.MRllR.B. Tlllltn Btrtel, will Seopened
oa WK.DNEHUAY, December 7, ISM. JJ-1-71
W. D. HMITII, Treasnrer,
I-.. J. IIABUINHW, sierrrtitry.
OF WEST VIRGINIA.
With Utt Trespectn, and Oeologltal Report of tli property
of thla Company, art now ready at our oftloo.
This Company own, over JMX1 acre, of what U tcnown
as the best OIL TERRITORY upon the) GREAT ITP
lir.AVAL ! WEST VIRUIKTA, and offer, largtlndnoe.
menu to parties lo tubsciibt for tht llinlted numhtrof
Bharet offered at $1 per share for full psld stook, tho par
belciflO per (hart.
Thla price per ihare i, not above tto marktlahlo valat
of the lands, and It is offertd for the sulu purpose of In
cnaslrg tht factlltic, for development, and will, beyond a
reasonable dtuht, prove a profitable Investment.
COOPER & GRATF,
No. II MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.
Pnn.ACSi.naA, November 29, WA. 11 W
Q0MM0N WEALTH OIL COMPANY
LAWRENCE COUWTY, PENNSYLVANIA.
OAI'ITAL. STOCK, $200,000.
TAR VALUE, $2-50.
W0HK1KU CAPITAL RESERVBD FOB MiYELOP
BAMUKL It. HILT.
UAVID is. HILiT.
K. Weaver, I James Hall,
John MrUowtll, Jr , llyron liunhy,
fcotauclli. ll.U, I Isaac Raker,
ftul scrlptions for a limited number of share, will now
ke received at the oll.ee of the Company,
No. Clci OUfc-SNUT 8T11KKT.
The ltn.i of thla Company are loaat.stj en Slippery Rock
Crfrk, Hi l.uwrtnmCt,uuiy, ltnniilTania. One well U
tank iH7 let, ana u 1 n- mrcaoy uren omuim-a in iiuau
liilf u whtrli art: hlRlily encnaraifit.g tn the curKrarurti ubsjt
iwViih he roniixt'd ni a iieraiunnoT iiiiiuiifiu 10
haiiOmmeiv on tii ltivctmnt. Haiuplea of OH may
be iui n at the uilice ul the Company. U &-U
"JJTIE ETJBSOEIPTION BOOKS
PllTKRCBO ASD BOSTON PETB0I.ECM COMPART
will sli.se oo WIHUHHDAV, tha 7th IntU
II. S. LEECH, Treasurer,
No.K FARCjUUAR IlUlLDIMliS.
Pull ai.tl l-HIA, December 1, lbo. 12-J-St
laiUULbl a Luarani,
Capital, $400,000 Par, $5 Per Share.
SUllSCKirTION TRICE, $2 00 PER SHAKE
FOR fCLL-l'AID STOCK AND MO FURTHER
The property of this Company consists of the fcllowlnf
I' KK tsiriijiJi;
Ttrrltory, extensive letstboldt, PRODUCISO WELLS,
Wslie aolns down and nearly fluishtd ;
No 1. Aboat Ni(flrty) Acres oa Cherry Tree Run In rr.B
N1MPI.E, bore able land sullleent tesluk FIFIT WEl.Lrt.
1 bis Territory is opposite the Oal&eli Petroleum Company
I Hayes I arm), on Ull l reel, uouuueu iu pari uy ute cw
l.r.tkrf St,,ii r.riu. JSiv Ac.
Ho 's Lease petpeiual (fJ years) on Wash. McCllutock
Oil I'roek-Ss srrei, all fiat, very valuable, flowms and
niminliiu well. .11 Around.
Kg. a. "Wild Cat" Howies' Well, stoat 'M barrola per
day. oa Wash. Morilntnca rarui. I ua uomtiany own.
V.e V) HULE working lalareat lu thla well, eii,uu, lauas,
X j- A,- I.
No 4. 'California Well, No . 1." on Oil Creek, down son
feet, all ready to retubt. Thla well ha, Howtd IW barrel
No. 6. "California Wall, Ko. l,"on Oil Crtek.down nearly
No ljiasa nerDetnal (KU Tears) on 'Ji acres OtH'reek
all Hat. comaiuliiK tl.t ahove wells, with tllin-Uorse
nun. t.nk. Sml. I. Al.lltM lluUUI. SB.
No 7. I .-aaa nfrneioMl ( V.t years I on 'itt acres Oil rreok
all ttat, and In one well down 'too feet, one gaarler InWreat
(worklio, in tl.t. wm,I and iHihS.
1ES HlOtSAMJ hHAltKK UFSKItVED FOR WOItK-
Itrvoks for oaioiVAi. subhcr pliun are bow open at our
office (or a few itavaouiyi when olosed, the sloos. 10 be
placid on the reu ar Uetou and I'hilsdelpi la Huk
lioaids as a ".a in. a divloiud-iayliiv Oil Va ni oii
Cirv, when It la espoeicd tiie sharoa will laroly
advance.. All furtl or Inf.iim illon. with proapciu.e, oaji
bi-oblalned uf the nmtersiim4l. The small oapilal of Uiw
Company, wlib the actual larae luteresta, must make II a
favorite as a tveare liiveslment. LRKCII
No. It Faruuhar Ilulldinss, WALNIT bol'ew TUlk'o,
I.FlNAUil A MANI.S T,
Ko. (ft KKAVBIl Mneet, s York Aiteuey.
hl-KM fcR, VILA A I'O., Hankers.
11-16 Boatou Aaeiioay.
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS,
J 'J..T)tO I.I.I'M CO M I 'A N V.
OrciiiiWt'd l ruler the laws of 'cw York.
rAI.MER. Pres.de-.it Brotdvvay rank.
NATHAN FAMiAI.I.. Ks Pres
nt I'nlted State,
Teienraph Company, New York.
AI.Rt.1lT II. MCOLAY.Of Albert H. Hleolay Ct.,
rtrckirs and Am Uoneirs, No fc'J fVilllam street, ii aw Tork.
ICtlKBr..f JACKriON, of PMI.lmlus A Jackson, Bank
ers and Itiokers. No. 41 Kvrhamct p.sc-e, Mew York.
r.IiMl'Hn c. tTr.IM 1T. So. retary Hew York Petro
lenm ato k Hoard .and llioxer, No. 9U II road street, New
ANMtEW VtrilAri'KY, I I l'adi!l.l.
HANCIS A. HOIivriN.rhlla.rilh.a.
RlilU RT CI.AKKHOS, of Clarttea A Co., itaokert,
o. l.'l 8. Third suee;, Philadelphia.
JAMES M. I AA JiK F, Oil I lly, Pennsylvania.
ALRBRT H. KICOLA Y, New York.
A1IORKW MEllAirKY, l-hlladelhla,
A. V. PTOUT, rresideut Siiot and Leather Bank, Near
EUllUND C. STEDMAN.
WlI.tlAM II. ANTII'IS, New York.
ADAM C. tl.Llf , X Tork.
BFIOE ANM.tATHF.lt IIaXK , New York.
CI.ARKHON A CO., Philadelphia.
OFFICES OF THE COMPANY.
V'o. el WILLIAM Strti t. New York.
Ho. til S. 1 HIRO Blnct, Philadelphia.
CATITAI. STOCK SMI.OlO SHARE!
AT THE NOMINAL PAR OF .1 E U II-SfflSClHP
TION l'HK'B.ilJ PER HI1AHE.
Ptnck subjeot to no further assessment.
J.'fl.' On shares to be sold In payment for the lands, lease
hold., and producing interests of the Company. The re
60,000 HIIAKEt, OR $!on IWi, ItF.HKRVED FOR WORK
The New Turk and I'plladelphia Petroleum Company
l.as been orKanized with -.he Krcateet care by osperlonced
capitaiista of the two l ilies, whose names are united in its
own. It will be managed
EXCLUSIVELY FOR TIIR INTERESTS OF ITU
Ko pulns have fictn apared to placa It on ft genuine aid
liitiauntial footing. Mont valuable and oxte alive tracu
of Oil and Coal land have been locared IN FKH, and
Ion it hold I'llOMVlNU INTKUK8TK In tie heart of the
Venango County (la.) Oil roKlun. Attention to Invited to
the folio wlntr ichedtile of the Company'! proporty, Inolud
Ug FEK HIMPLE TEKUITORY, I.EASKIIOLD8, PKO
M1CIM1 WKLL8, and well In various itagvi of com
Ko. 1 30 acre of bottom land, In fee, on the Allegheny
river, having a water fn.ittatc of ncrvrlyone Kile. Kcw
10-hone power entdne and flxturei. Two well sunk to
tiie depth of 300 feet, and alnady QUcd with oil. Hoom
fof 40 more wclle.
Ho. '2, .fiOacrci of rich oil land In fi'e, lylnf nearly oppo-
lte the above, having a mile of water-frontage oa Prathor
andBennct rum. Well aupplled with timber.
Ho. 3. Ixae Intcrcit ou the famous ''Widow M-CHn-
tock Farm," OU creek. One well down and tuitlnK;
antthtT JiiKt ready to tuhe ; a third jmt i tar ted. Two
flrtvt-clans enginei. Tubing, tools, fixtures, toam,
YYisitona, Ac. Bfl
Ho. 4. Hame Intercut In lease nn the weil-knowa
"Hamilton McCllutock Farm' OU crifk. One well now
being tested ; alnsad yieltlicg twelve barrels dully, and
rapidly Inrrcn-liif. Oilivrs g noj; down. Two new en
pint's, with fixtures complete.
o. b, one-twelfth of two leases on 4ho Clapp Frtrm,
near the greiil Wllllama und fltanton one hundred bur.-el
welle. On tbU )'perty U ''Hherrnan Well, No. V," now
d-u live hundred IfOvt, entire, Ac. Ac. Koom for uire
Ho. f.. Onenlxtrcnth of the fee In flfty-sevea acre of
Coi.t Laud, aAdjoii.liiK the Cranberry Cuul Company's
ki'di. This prttp rty is ol tlio utmoit value to our opera
tloni, suppl.vluK us with eoal at all leuoui, and when tho
works ol other companies ant found to be Idle for want of
I n m thrne entities, the Trnntees are assured of their
ability to declare l.AK(JE ANli KKiiULAU aCONTULT
ltlVIDKNI'H, and ofthe cpev ly aoprcciatlon of tne share
to a MAKKKT VALl'IC FA It AHUVb. Tilt HUlldCiiU'-
tht 1HVKBTIOATINO COMMITTER sent lrom New
York and Philadelphia, hole favorable report Ii prluU'4
with the proi pec tui, Hpeak In unlimited terms of thu Com
pany's property and proApcc:s.
iiooks forOHlolNAI.Hl'JiscltlPTlON will be ui-enel on
WKDNKlAY, lievomber 7,
at the ollloes of tho Company, aud at the New York, Phila
delphia, and boa ton bankhiK houses named below.
Pronpectuivii, maps, and detailed luiuraiatiou at with or
The public are amured that whi ther for investuu nt or
peculation, no better security than these share can be
E ROADWAY I1A1SK , corner of Park place. New Y rk.
PoLHAkl Il'H A JACK. iO. N, ho. 4i Eiclmiitfe place,
ALlik RT 11. NICOLAY & CO., No. 6J Wall street, New
CI.AKK80N A CO., No. K'l 8. Third atrevt, Philadel
phia. J. O. MARTIN, Hanker and Rroker, BJSton. U - H
WASHINGTON AND WALNUT BEND
100,0(10 SHARKS $j Each.
SubKCiiptlon Tiico 2.
10.000 b bares UcHvrved as Working Capital.
Office, No 314 MARKET Bt , Philadelphia.
No.l Awellci Oil t rel , now pumping 10 barrels per (
day niid mTeiiif.
Ntf. a. A w 11 on Oil Crefk. now over :fm foet .leep, with
lark show of oil Neur this is tbe Corn riamtr rTU,
which Is now pumplnc ,VAi Imrrsl of oil por dty.
No.3. A well m oil i 'rtek, i0 ft ei deep, now ready Ar !
tubinr, wirn splendid show of uli; every proxpect ul piu- ,
due (lit; Urelv. i
No. -1 Hit. iirth Interest lu a tract of five hundred acres
en the Alliil.riiy r.vcr; six wei'. now pumpln uriyu.n-
reu. ol oil per day; three more w. U now hh uewn, vsku
bir a oi lie ol river fmnt. li a"J worm tarritory.
ho. 4. A huh u M' at Tideouto. near ihe Kconouute Wellw,
wbich aie now pninoliiK '' barrels per 'sv.
No t. Ffht and u haii ic;e-lit rt alfiiic Mend, on the Alb
Hheny river ; luiu diste surroumtinK tblt proiri arc hue
prtMluc ux svehs 1 his tract will h'- (iBvel..evl ru'dly.
Hobeii.tious are now Deiiifc ifnil. and a lare por
tion oi the stock ahradv taken. The pr -pecta aad all
In t ii million can be ohiann d at the Oitlce of the ( !omnai; ,
uow hi No. -IU kl .UiKJ-. 1 Hu.et 11 X U-
C01TER FARM OIL COMPANY,
C apital Htocki miOOO.OOOo
I1VIIK I INTO 2ft0,00) 811 ARKS AT 5 TE'l BIUI'C,
fiuscuii'TIon rnicK,jtfj.wri:n .share.
It la rrfl, oird to form this Company fr m th6 fUow!D
I. Thefe uttiip'.'of 1"''.. '-ren. knwn aa t!m "C'ttf
itrm ' .n I'.ik' l.i V' n-ktMW creek, A-i-l nn 'h- line of tde
I ' t . i 1 . i tt i Un rii 'l h ri" liiaJwind, ne mn n ht niin weit
i in in . pittntl' Id tnwta!(, arren rounty, rennsvi-
aiiIs. 'I lui I.itnl Is iti!nii 1 In ntn ul the t-t I'kIiu- iHJ
th neikhlr iheo.l. Itt.ikevin thewnitle of t he vulh f"f
it imle In exlf nt, wttili a fmiriwe nil th' MroKfn
Kttiiw rr k n o r iv m-lt n. It Alftn extnilii nnrihward
r n e bin it, h nil Hikes in a run mo r iiicp"rii'n oi tne hi tie
Kve lim, a iiM't'ttr ol tl. HnKen Hi raw. lir.-kcn Sir.iif
e taka lia rinc ir ni me earn Nino oi ire uuiti, wucri
r ne in the re.- i.tiitcd Oil i te K, on t!i wet id'-.
It l nnvnbl tr.'in ttm Cotter Krm to ihe Allot henjr
r vi r, niiiiniKo "i ten nines, huh ihiiA tiiicri .ti'imieii ior
trntifii "rtft't' D ry roati lo t'llinnurtf. An uioniioiiea oo-
fnre. the rhiiaei'ipDia ana r.ri" ntniroim ruai uirtriij
t!.ionvh iti npeU on tne tmnk f Hh rreek nnd tana It
I- iMnit.t in dif"-t pnn:miin!f Minn with ti e trrat oil
mirketi, Nw V.-ra and I'tiiladeip'iia Trie It 'a. Is rlao
irm U f fee. In mune p a-e-. ery iii-ruptiy. fdore)
t a iltin built roa the . reK h nit mtdwriy on the pm
p tt. ifiTlni; linint n--e wtt r-powet t- one ot the ftnrst
and bent ronttnr'ed aaw miilt In tbr emintry. 1 his mill
at prekont -aw tiiOy tuoi ot lumber per dy Hiilioue smg.cj
A Ki'K f rws roaM bo ndiled at a small ost, and hft
nllbt; nisde eapubl ol pnuiurinn arovBime to the Com.
pti at I'lire e-1 iinl to HQ ordlunry ptuOticmu well The
hinttk sn.mnd with pine, hemlock, Ac, in n.h quantity
to kmp tne mill rutinHm tor nevenil ears. In a-Mi-Un
to Hie mill ihnre Is a vorv sub-tvitml and Ituve tram
house, evi ral m alter rnua, britn, staoles, nlai-ksmitta
shop, ran enter shop. Ac. Ac ; In short, everything that
an p rt' nee nf a twenty yenrt' renhlnre tiuifht tlie
)tp . wrtor to be nect t)Ffrv. The noilttti, lunii on the fist Ii
fond (urmintf land, is cleared for the puroose, and is Iron
Mi to ik h acres hi extent.
The innn ahounds witb choice spots for drlHimr. anil
with facilities mr ihe purpote, snrh as lew otner lands
pfifereis. l ho rnvlnes whleh (ntersoet Hiid form ttre-tks lw
lw.t?ri and ihroiuh the hills, and whictt are ftvorlte Ideali
ties for wells, have hue streams, which will ive surrl'Ment
water power tr ensh.e it immediate f t cra'nfni
nnnn everal wells, lhu savintf the xpenaeand delsr
In (biaininK engines. A derrick ran be oulit near tbe saw7
null and yeariiu' attached. this mnkinu the mill to answer
a dniitilepnrirote. The "shows ' ot oilareeo.ua), and In
man piuc s superior and mors) numerous, to f h no oh
ei ved iu what has proved to be the best IxalRicaon OU
Almat two ml lea from the farm, over the MnfTs, tht
1Ioinier oi) ( oiup:iny, of PhUadelphia. ar drlhiutt two
weds on tne Hornier tun, which empties inb the Hrokert
Htraw at (iiirland. These wells htb Kivin tna most irratl
f Irifr evidence of the eslsteucuot oil in ureal quantities,
and nave estiib hbed It preHi-nce in that rlon tnjvond a
Coubt. The Cotter f arm Is fcliultrd nearly due nortU of
tlio now ci!ebrted Tideont, on the Alletfhenv river.
II. The he simple t.f Hi.7 S4-reH on the North WalmoB
f 'rse!i, Jff-neit'a iowtiNhlp, Forn-t ematv. Co., lut uvr
the border oi VennnKo county. 1 lits Isnd, as In the case
of the Cotter F arm, lakes In the valley as well as the
hliiifs on both B.iie, and Is tniversod bv numerous ravines
and htilo strt ams runmntr Into thu fUlmnn Creak. The
evidi nt ei of oil canot be excfilml in iar-t,are so marked,
and the innnUin ot tbo land 1 so favor no e to tUe xlst
erice of i 1), that eer ot) msn visit inv tfce rettiAn aay :
"Hiilun n r ek l tmitno to eojml the world renowned Oil
Creek," and tbe sf ocuiatluv putrllc have shown their t'atth
Iu it b) leitHtnw or Imyti'tf every acre ol itnd from this
riimpani 's territory to the mouth of the Crtk ah nit five
m h i as well as up and down the Tloneta river for
Sevs-ra) in lief.
Tins property Is situate ah tut ten miles est nf the AHe
pheny rivtr It almonds with tb Ocst Uencriotlonot timber
pine, rheiry, h'inlock. eic , whica can oe maile to rletl
a handson.f n-enue to t.'onipany. Th- develtpnient
ol ihfcountrv Is rapidly proKreftsiiuj. A we 1 Is he) nn sunk
hall a mile iroin the property, two others twotntlns lrom It.
and the UmieMa rlvr Is lined wt:h them on each side for
ml es one at the mouth of 8alm m creek, now yielding oil,
and all ot ihem Inr such Indications wid e drilling that
have heretofore, only accompanied the slnklnn of tha best
wells a OH creek. In addition to thla. the countien sur
roundhm Forrest conuty-north, south, east, and west,
sre all jitldtiiK oil, and Rtvc urent siren tfth to the sup.w
sltlon O at Fonest county is In the centre of an immenss)
basin of oil, und riylng that whole routon of co.iutry.
A limited n umber or shares will be told at thu above)
mentioned sitbMTiptlon price, per sharo.whlch will Wo
full paid, and IM1") applied immediately to tne develop
ment ol the property.
Kinm the uIhivc pros poet us It will be seen that the
'Cotter fiinn OH ('..inpaiiy" offers unUMiftl Inducements
tu tt one wishiiu to invest In oil stocks. The extent ol the)
property ow lien liv tnum. over lour stiare inues. tne wwn
known productiveness of the nurroundinir reuion, and the
facilities posm m d oy them for the Imiuediate dtvulop
ment oi their terrrory" at not more than two-. birds tht
tisna' cot, warrant the IHrectors In assorilng; that Ihe
"Cotter Karnit i Company will soon plnefl Itself aui"iift
the tlist dividend paying Oil Stock Companies In tue
Subscription tKKks will be opened and subscriptions to
the capital stock received at the office of
l'JILMI II. lmiCH i& CO.,
No. 307 WALNUT SIUKET
WILLIAM D. HMITH, Treasurer
K. J. IIAI.RIPO.V, Secretary. l'i-.MU
iTircTs 1' KCT U 8
TIIK HOOVF.R A MARHHUX OIL COM PA MY.
Ofllc, o.'.'o S. Ol Kill .-sireet, below Walnut, back
riHiiu. iimt ilor.
CAPITAL, ,V10,0"fi; HllAKKH.6u.0Wl; PAH VALCK.HO.
The ptopeny ot tldH Comp iiiy is situated on the Alle
frhenv river, and embraced within a laiaucu of about
two and a hail miles tram the town o. Fiunkim, Veuam-o
county, l'eiiiisyivaiua, and upon the sauiu sole ot said
It conlsts of (he entire workinjj; Interest f which Is one
lialt oi u.e (il pmdtH edl in a Lease and on Wed located
on the well know n "Hooter r'ariu," c-lehnitcj a auong
toe first and ni'St piodtu-tlvc oil TtTrliorU-s, and knova
as the "JiOO LR X MAKHtAl.L 11.I-."
The b ase ib lot 'leu Koti S'iure, wuh a frontage of a
like number ot r.'di. uimhi he kivar, Kivlnrf lomi i.r two
iuoic wells, und bus uu tiiiexpired Term of I umiy-ifnu
teuiS 1 I. ere is uNo a lirl-elaos tew ho' se Ktl-'lne, 1 ul
Iiik', l ankH, and :ut tiling nu.:ttssar to carry ou success
'ihe Well (whlcli Is a flowing and piuuplutf one) has
been lu operation loi three yearn, an-l. caretesnly handled,
bu. promo - d n liiIhi1 from HO io 1 1 'at bull per wock (iu
Uuuiiu' Mopiinf.-A at times t'tmry ttvfttte.m Harmi pr t
da. wiedniL- lor ti e u.itfciht: iliUieit ul Ihe 0 nupany
uiotit :tu.i mi annually. 'I in- 1 1 i- tij or ior. It . luuritulinU
Uiiolino!. coijin-tuiiinis- Tor ii -A ti per tciirel m re inr '
the oil from Oil i 'reek. Thih welt, r'lii'y li'inii.ed ut
at live. y worked tv Die cclcbi'iited It's lent Air i'uiup. leaves
but Utile doui.t ol its hem: rehturnl t.i lis nrliinti pioduc
lion from 40 io ,'j iiiim ls er duy.
'I be other pr pt-riv oi the Comp.iiiy consist s In a valuable
rlv4.rtrt.ct ot til v acres In t'fesriplc,Hili.mlu;'li)etreUie
borough line o Kritiikiin. with a htrp b rink suriscw taeiiiit
the titer, and uiMi upon the vrerks Hut run thr tutfi Vf
l truci. If erehT Inert n S Ii: L' tunilik' Mirtni-e, hio eiih.tncmK
j fi "tiy Uu nlue as oil territory In uddiihtn Ui this. R tiM
rrom itf eoniikiilu to the tuLiiity town of one of tiie m-stt
j iiottinhlnt and rapidlj yiovwiiii low us ut'lnu :iuict a Uri f
urttn e A mile , :
! Ih ihe product of the well-. f this retflon tere has ever
, been a ieiiiarr.at;e uniformuv . winch, with the lata vaiua-
I l.le tllfC.-v et ol :kin uanei well uti il e islitod O.ipoie ihe
' "Hoover 1 ami,' uuil the iii-ovte y ol luive und v iluatile
j prtMlurtiiK weds nil around Hi" '.aupau.v 'i. property (Ss
! ex 1 1 act i.1h ), staiiiphih" rt:lon as nn oi ilu- moat valua-
1 bl oil lerti'oiitit. I he I-ruliKiill tnntiu nu.iui uiv
mw well recciillv rm-k.
ws.sa. i.v Jt Moriosv.oii iet"l'er I'i, on the t?oeh-
raneKaim, two n,i.e i.ei-.w frani.lni, whic:. sieidcdMo
' luirreiH ui (hi-fint i.rtv -eiht h. uri pinupiiu, ou
! v(. I , , ,,.t h.i in-' l arrt s .h'hn l.ee has ul- olxanied
mi, j,.;iiv i.pi'oiitt lb-' o.-hra-it , winch tl-'W ovur Mlty A
u ...... ..... .ii i.ii .f jirt n rami, tm-i aT ..iu'mw iio.r.
i,rr,i, ii- r tiav. a o, Mr lluhb. whoOsns a ie,i e ou i
..... ir, Ul.O liii'O elllrit'lti: toiir iMffll PI
ii .1 , ,.i 4i k i,., i ,1, t ii. took his W, N lil ice., M'ld srruck a
well thin-' h rtv b, rr- lprdny. All ti.ee.irikua have
i.-fii within ten dint and the uruaci-.f uuum'K'i uure la
a -hri uu-" ' .!.
r it teen thu-and shuns i ave been mm iiiulc h tliuCout-
- II... ,, , .,t I, ..rlMli tiie' 1oit M'li
'ibis reo.i. iiii its ol! weiu mi eeleorat.d fir their
BteS hob- ft
Mill! I llial..HlV. I sje Hiai I.U.ll'Jl.3 V
U. I l-V 3U,iC-
rb.r iiillloi ihv on a lu''. H',iu.r. iinU tlm liill ti es
..!,.. Vi-uJi oti'iuii'd. -v t'. TMoidin-u-j b'.Ii uli;S
, i i,, m ii v cim to In- I c in u n u c uirt,iii oi in i
....... ..,..1 ,i, to-i,i.d-u it Ul in ii from ruiiioi.
unite' to o:1' I ' parti' -1 tin to loves IU oil termor)
.i..v, ai.'iKvn.eii id 11 c t lailo M I'ha.acter.
lii .tr r. I "I Ull'-' 1 'I" " I'I'O- "e-n II .l e UliM.ir U,tl
C.nt i rti.v, N-. '.'i' s- Kol',; I ft .-in i h-iow H'ai nr.
Ulil a Unolfil iiiiinlMii .l sioircs w ili 0 sd $i ) Ite'
m it hVviiltleH Imtl' risen f one haf tin oll.th'
Coimiany eoeci to it ..:lc 'ar 'ylKim ! ai.'ri a (ortlvi
tlteir (met t eid In lee simple
11 x i.i
H. I'll 1 1.1 t'rt, Truasurur.
(il-NTlXO-rorSK AN I) SCHOOL DKSK!-
mad. U or.Ur, at
So r.Ku rr.n 8'rt.
Illiill..!.. 1'l.i.WUU, 1
SIXTH AND MARKET 8TREET8