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   Register (Newspaper) - July 13, 1865, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                r in of Koupurell 4 luKOllior nmlor ING llfl hr UliU Anv mitliTiil anil prompt uuoaUMt IBIilV K IU it f nlll I IUHl At length HKccond dttompt about to bo made to lay down m between Knglnnd land On or itbout tbe JGth of July the Great Kitfctern Ss to start from Valontia tin telegraphic cable at the inilow tm will proceed in direct line to the buy of llourtB Con in Newfoundland hiiw both ends of the cable will be laid in British ter is intended to keep it moans of an emUcftb machinery for nUetwt a T WKNTY BSm pop llin ThN irom adlstunuo must bo by llm OAHII to Insnro OP of Ihoy fuul lu mim COMMISSION UM AXP ITS AND XG to fore llio of tho expert Jh rlfsc Jiiul fnllbf tbodymimlmelcr ana sailor at tlioWlibol watohos hlseoin A singlemovement of this wheel the right puiBtho brakes on a urn to the left opens them This order to not only the to Ihe loft opens them Ihls maohlno the cable can bo run the jworlcs will so little friction tlmb when strain to whuh eon be HubjcetodJti tho aro removal a weigh I of for hundred noun Is in todraw M COMMISSION llocitl veil ami Oil on t rilory and under control of tbo It U impossible to ho to will from shmild it prove be only betwcon conlinent and each independent of the oilier so hat no political eoinplicjiltons may render IH in eonsequonee of j As far as human foresight i can every precaution has been taken to render the present successful and Hie details of the un derlakint are of a very We believe bat our read ers will thank us for condensing tho ho TJio Jor iiunureti pouiuw IH 10uuiw tho strain is to be of eublo tlirough Jn case of very kind an those whicii hnvc hful wwithor1 Imvii been almostoxcluslvoly niiidt for cuUlng the fable adrift niul wnvli TliCPtiortiondHor Koithin purpoBo 11 wins lobe ronnd in diflereut tlio of great nlrcngth and no Tho chief dimoAiHy with men bp hllily of their prpspcCtH of busliiena for tho of thocuvroiif arc normal saysI mid ihoro are HO niailyinatterK controll ing trade which uio unusually in IKthe JmnuxUnlo eileols of HH I 1 I II jj III I J l V H opo of great strength and no lefts than i ago it wtis to end mjulrod for five miles having a that for KowunUHllaiHl i mark at every one hundred only tholenolli being in proportion willbe taken in tho Jrout to the dcptli i The cable would be made fust to Us ex foafit livlain shore n Is deep and depth of watorihe onbio Is ure the strongest measured To the ol hoiend of est ever weighing than eighteen tons a As an illustration of tbe taken to render this cable an perfects possi wo may olio the fact during the manufaeluro of l pieec was drawn ontof the it pasH through a gauge the rope an buoy be al of a change U HiHtrue that we now have tho commodities to o A t merchanty fire limn oiiothird amountof that in ordinary trade Ijoiug to a cafih ThiH fact renders among dealers in morchtuUiitjO extromly eon BcrvfitlvG portion of credits guaranteoft thd future ngnlnfct any violent financial iiud thisIs oiio nifjst assuring iaotp Nvith a traiwitlon Troin war to neaco natural veKOurces ixnd the amount ol capital aiid labor for devel opingthose rofioiucea that wo had be Uonco l tiom i uul it was then out of ANl 7 75 T H O L V U J AND iTjt orders tJuuill IhinU Commission Merchants VOHTllK OH U OK AND KKK1N P K T OMKUT Jiin U1 aeeountri wluh have in Hie i to Liu it newipajjevs into be ypaee of ordinary thereforo pro them tho following OILS ANM tiltoiul lo iu sillhij I1 on in iiny will rpcilvoi liHlviimoftiii l lluiul was eoilod under and every in its eloelriwd condUijiii noted ij and titat have never yet been applied to any rAl lrom iasiithas hreiiMibiceledloa periea of Uio most searching eleelrieal the standard of insulation being fixed al a jnr nautical mile equal to of Siemens at a temperature of 75 ChallorlonH patent OutI htandard wholly unproee sido of his come four layers of in any former work b the oaeh also insulated with practice these grout as i i t and whole then cut and left to itself better weather but it is admitted that iu very deep wa ter therewould be but very little hope of savinIhe it unforluj IeUirn becomoi to havo ro to tills hopeno Mich event will anilwish lie undertaking uUpossible to nil all the present Atlantic cable is just niiutieal in rough num about2000 miles Tlie con eonduelor is composed of seven line copper twisted into one com plele which is insulated with Kor oil stocks I here is very little says the moneymarket arti cles in he daily euni is says the he Ihe horiwm of adventure o discover whether here not some objecty about speculation vill bo enabled to go and the sam malorhd that enelosesi have been considerably ex Outside the gulla perdia i and ho present Atlantic 0 U IVnrl tnntsMrs t l tint nll Itroohlyn IIVNIC N VItrooyn AOKNT ov COMMISSION MKiKMlANTW Ami In G U U I K K U M nlH for tho Itirrhiisiami AND INKiniAXcK nlluiul prniupily Will Hi Arjinu I 2n nr in J V ton I1 Hiisliult IkM 1UCOWX VHOniHKRS IX R U I K K T JIO IU M again are wound eleven stout iiuh of being is itself carefully wound round with strands of soaked with there are no less than mills of copper wire in he con come successfully from u series of trials of the most The results which have boon obtained have been due mainly to the iearchiug invesliKiitiou into the qualities of insu lating which is now pracli about miles uf inm wire hy menus of he mirror galvanome in the outside novoi and upwards UT Of Auotliei of iftilos of strands of hemp li0 tests oinployed was soaking sop more thnn ehouh in all to go twentyanilely each joint of the gutta perdu Imir limes round the Thy cnblv lias been on an at the rale of IV miles a and In Imve liandstolill the eultivatei to work nil lUi an important part of consist of wlio will not at to their employments tio that in ihiH yoctiou of tiie pro duction will not be fully equal lo the cupiVclty oftho In capitalhas booh wnsted by the and ifs labor syBtem 1ms been hroken up HO in lhat wo can expect no surplus of the prob ability rather that the people will havo to mipply ii delieioncy of pro duee by purabasen from the K up111 tho that the siipply of the produeU oV iticerUiiu IJmt Of yeaw prccoding the with which be repair his i1 be had or gains f ho is to havo Tho largo nnm Krof persomi in of past Invent in in their In noW comjider their liiveRtmenls as They hi on a antV they are Ilioy have spent their mon and they have bouglil JMioy are siek of oil they dont want lo hour auyliiitf more about TJioy it in their and it fuund They have 1 low with the matter of Tlie demiilul for our prbdlicls in partly rovoigii and paHly Tho for i exeilemenl j eign demand depends chiefly inon the their money oi1 our commodities compared wRU those of competing Ami our prieeH depend very pro Merchants wore never mow in their thietuationHOt he last four j JiiHny rrninrigemeiit of Wliich they AVC runt They hold to a large in Clovt and tlio hondwome interest acmilniy upon the investment them being in haste to launch into business vouturcH of doubtful The prevailing disposition is to wait until legitimate biminessopoli iwgsarc prenenlod for employment of their and then to yxtHnd their operations upon a sbuml and ro miiuerative This Indisposition to force bimlncps in eminently adapted to tho commercial and political Bitua and aflbrda ground for expectjig tlint have no spcciilativc cS cHcment arising out ofthe reopening of Southem moderate aiid thpanticipalion of irregularities iir thft to be the views with which merchants iuocl the im meilialo and it is gratifying to observe that these nro tbe wenlimcnts at present most prominent in tho mcr eantile ii electric e Us outside covering of hemp water previous lo current through A and perhnps I himofl frying and continuous hai nir f it Min bny inwardly inncliupoM the amount of we nniy have if the views above expressed be Is not likely o he although an abundant liar vest may eoiuUlembly modify re Aliberal would give im cJieaV breadstuff and and niiulit enable us to exjiort It innvbe considered certain lint within fltIHOSITIIOS OF KtK Homo jiieer things have comq to light in lie revenue returns in York Jn one Instance a if thoy Ihink that bore on vriy miiroh8 tf u n A it 1RUDK K T H 0 illo of UKKINKD K U M 133 AND 131 MA1DKN ami i I HIKML v A TniiluceiK M rivruo CllUOK AMD OILS II UK A FORWAUOING COMMISSION MERCHAN On tUc Kuny C1T1 Tho Ollmou linn oiler nivo inducenio IK to thiir fur oinp Ciinnnl Thoy and commuiUon M KUCHA And UUUOK AND UKKIXKO mi Houth caor for KKKINKD nflviuicc irtftilf OU ICSTrOHFJiANI OIL fur and tr thiK hour it as regularly as il was a yoarngo when the iirwt mile was Iu the cable is to bearing a strain of 7 while its specific gravity is so low lhat it tan with safety IKdepended lo snp U miles of its length in U made mile by joined up in long and shipped on board into three cnormouH these wrought iron which Ue little is in he for of Ihe and is 51 fool in Icr lhat in the mlUships over the boilers JH feet 0 and that in the aftorpart fiB The tiivt will hold a coil of miles of the se cond one of nnd he third one of All tanks nro Uejil illed with nnd when each is with cable as the endu of the wire hijoined up a constant sys il maybe iricnlloncd hat the wrapping of jule which forms the padding around which the external wires arc instead of behigsoukedin as in other which has Hie cOeot of v6w thov w I M They tbo next six we Blmll bo nUle t k I 1 r r whuliuiMI ho nextj oMKrtau important imnunl KMtllu will help to adjust the mtuiuou and promote commer cial acllvity between North and and indirectly through all parts of the country and all parts of A good harvest and tho opeitlug of lie cotton trade arc indeed Uie chief rcliimeoB for lemiiorarily slopping up ing minuto has boon neil to preserve it from thus ml i every ii fort lines as over tboiv if one know exactly where lo There are opportunities thtwc who have already There are sayaeious now producing in oil who n Mlocks al who ex of ho to make their in the to the advantage of our iiii i ImluMrlc o uo 700 or SOU and keep ii Eastern I 00nstanUy surrounded wilh a wrapping ho We have already men which he payingouf niachino round which he cable and tho owners of oil icfore rciiehing the coinniinies are beneliUeil here is as much demand for petroleum as ever there Tho people who learned how lo use who know huw to use il are unwilling lo give it returned his monthly sales at an investigation of hia books showed transactions to tho amount 830 Thin arose from the dlileront luteriiretatlous of tjifj given by the brokers and and not fie151 HJiy unsitivo delvaud Brokers that pay on ibr and tiofc govevnment they must on If Uie latter decree iy BUS It will make a dHlercnee in one in of fljjlr lions of dollars to tbe Men of lair have been dcleeted in merchant inNew il turned his in and in nt but lie returned for tho special tax the same an income of This dis erepeney the attention of the result in an extended trade m URl Uac the investigation resulting not only in extreme avertinga not to deuressmn of Tho proicwla Apart from of in main v he finally these six is termed a down in or drum fro in which it will iafoly established us a that Kadi groove in 1 a few perhaps a lew hy what j change in tliis i thai i to ilomsl oil companies are which rope duslrioiisly to develop heir the and prevents Tlie rho Unmindful of outside rpoeuUilio llin slock mark nmhl Mveu feet in diaui Inn every part 1 limi jn paying onl will have bre of with a guiding uf w AN U HKKIX BTOKY for Hoflnod u P from litMiiomeiil the expidltien slarls lothc whole cable is The lanUs with and their lo hem eompnctly to Aslho trielion m tho guider irf pro lo work tiieir laiubi to what tho result they are supremel imhllcr iron preying on hem out to what be public 01 tents of Croat gii upwartlfi of ftOiin has herefore been 1 u used in shoring Ilicm up from beneath i jn which ciin hi luMnain aml down by asueccssinn n wilh tho restofthe supports to t he very without the slightest stoppage YOU o m in ission Mcrchan AND IN 1onrl Nmv 5DSOVT11 ST S IV lc and Refined nrrlor slilpment roil lor Kxnorl simple and most I ordinary JH to mainlain u KonLof HfilUciimi HTOHAflK OF KKKIXK thirty or forty but it eoiihlantly lui OOMMfSSION ASH IN lUuvr to atUsntlon l ollltv In may tf oil sui r r WAHBlS i 1 j Some idea of tho mnssiveness wilb tefleeted mny bo derived from the fact in tho construction of these i struts uml no less than four hundred loads of timber have been 1 Mvory part Ihe tanks j braced wilh wrought iron lierods to the Mik of tin 1 unless ho a honvv as woul Uiero seems to be ger arising from llu Tho mere ibill an item In the mass of heavy weights which tboCnat Intern will liave to HUT nil thlti Her of wnler will be ralher over ban un der ihlrlv her j when starling from willcoine 1 near They sire and HO placed Iliroughont fmm end to end as much ns it can h A second drum ban also with the Knch of hose is lilted with a distinct pot of K in They ure luiudinjr Ihcir own 1usi and lluy remember tluU IlandilpJi nee Mdd ha he know a man who bad made his eternal fort mm by minding his own Ctininti IiuiL foreign hero is mud rate our hopes of i only eomo from a large maiid and from such a plus of production over as will enable us lo economize a liberal proportion of the results of Without tho hitter wo can havo no commercial progress and yet the largest amounts thai will have to bo laUeii out of the of tho popu lation o meet1 the demands of taxation will bear very heavily upon this oron ho burthens of Ihe country not lo bemeasured by the three thousand supposed to repre sent the public Jeiidos then U an but immene of eoiinly and city debt rolmhly tho admission of but of In another case where tho four partners of a large and wealthy linn returned incomes of ah absurdly sniall an investiga tion demonstrated hat one of them returned too by another by and the two others by 000 Quo who made no incQme returns for two AYns found to naVc a taxable income of per One bouse staled its sales in the month of to bo investigation con I met od during the he total taxation resulting from ho viovv Of the will not be loss than lo all of winch The confirm the esli laloof Internal that nut more ban one II 1 I IIV I H I j I 1 til venled by Appold for ho first exj of Die maniljicturiMl tlu c n i i of i Kve tcc ret ilfttO I rail of the nbipH stern quanlitus leasant tendency to roll in a beam s for pnyhiK out Ibc oahle 4i KxciTAXfliJ r f on Mitred on mns eoiiHiHtelit with are in ado entirely reborn t hid a sudden rise a wave the eablon strain that inslmil removal of he brakes io relieve This is accomplished by i leaves he ind helon it over the 1 uni into Ihe Thisdy wheel the a bill lixed on an upright U which allows illo sliIe freely up ami tnd on iVnrno are marked which show exactly bo he Thus til rain and tlio dyuamimoicr shikfl with onlhc strain 1jViry jecrot is 11 Uiltation of even wo or a diiv prolitallo employ in the Canada The tSimr the 1st of January maklmc Ihe duty Wo i i j i r per gallon went intt of every put i ii lias Id be taken out of he o labor and and is so mudi dj 1 from At tlrslthw hra upon upon hi which will raise Wilh hose ofothei cnuutric to the n of As tho mer chant claimed sundry but when all of them were lie Miortof the proper In nearly all of these the govern ment had seen fit to remit tho flue and being willing to strain1 the The provides that in ease of compared Tlio hundred per eontmn Hhall be adilccl to the and live per centum fine im posed in The of tlio andthe closer inspection and comparison of the i in THo i Of the novel features of the war nrtoiVed of thin will 1e o limit hrouJJht to a has been tho the next will bo to take nmgmtie telegraph formill lary At the eommeneoment in upon ho o oflWt of l olio drinking ten of tho thii will show you a Mill at who In always am the for a at the will bo to inleiTUpt and whleb can nient conv UiinjMliiienn bo cheap and quietly Intolho into arc as put in such low prices hat ho pure Uvalion do not ctlve vcMimjJtlin of eom of lie present in operation hiHoa if of which 70 nilles Kuhmarlnebf milea of submavlne telc likd been couslruetod since tho war broke During the year com ilrilf burden of Ihe lu it lho dynnmtmeler IU full h MH hi tho most bountiful of dynarnlnieUr In fhnriso of Ihlsi 11011001 momiuK July VX Tramenme thov nuKVound UK military telegraph about of ground j sorbed hy tho wages of operators nnd harmtor hieidontal expensestlie remaining were lii the purchaso of telegraphic mes pereelvo no iortheimulseiienullon that e he hanktn liiMitutlonM ol this in ho aeeommodMSouof ho mcr ie caution with uy discouul Uioiehanl hills to be upon a 1 npprebolistoll of il iHihoairt nmltlo Wldoh wore nt an ftvcrrtgo of about tijllly ropm Of the Auditor of Ren Iho breaks ale I during is jvjj Thi Inten i lihlpplni nnd ll of j VO eolorcdt 1 Vlinv   

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