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An examination * for teaeberk alreadi
employed, will be held at Auburn Centre
on Friday, July 26, 1867. Teacheri wish
ing to be examined must present a writ
ten request signed bT atleast three mem
bers of the board of the district in which
they are employed. Examination will Com
mence promptly at 9 o'clock A. M.
W. W. WATSON,
Dr. T. J Wheaton, the De Li st, will be
st Charles Sprout's, two mi ll west of
3l,ontros6 Wednesday the 24th lost:
riends in that neighborhood desiring
to see him, will please call on that day._
He may also be consulted at Day's Ho
he], drangerville, on Monday the 29 h inst.
Friends in that section will please be
prompt as his .stay will be necessarily lim
No charges for counsel, nor for extract
ing the teeth where the jaw is cleared.
Binghamton, July 13, 1867
Struck by Lightning.
Basler Burdick, of thitTA, aged 16 years,
soli of Caleb S. Burdick, was killed by a
stroke of lightning on July 4th, at,Union
dale, while' in attendance at a plc nic. fde
was standing under and leaning against a
maple tree, when the sad event occurred.
The shaft_ ran down the tree, passed thro
the rim of his hat, down his back and
right leg, causing instant death.
Some others under the tree were slight
ly shocked. '
lEver§ peddler should be, prepared to
ilioduce a special tax reciept in his. \ own
name, upon the demand of an internal rev
enue officer. It is not sufficient for him , to
produce a receipt issued to another person,
even , though that other may have been
employed by the same party and upon
the same wagon.
A young man, son of Lewis Armstrong,
late commissioner of this county, who re
sides near FactOryville Depot, was- shot
by a Man named/ DeAlerse, a few days
since. The circumstances as related to us
are as follows: DeMerse, who is said to
be an irritable and violent tempered man,
had been annoyed by the conduct of some
boys in the neighborhood, an threatened
to shoot them• and in pursuance of his
threat he had procured a minnie
e young man, Armstrong, who it is said
ItA no intimation - Of danger, when pass
ing the garden of DeMerse, in the fore
part of the evening, went into it for the
purpose of getting a raddish. While thus
prig I L ;•111 DeMerse who was; near by , shot
him. The ball which was ofthe largest
size, entered near the point of the shoul
der blade and passed out at the breast.—
At last accounts the young man Was alive
though his wound is said to be such as will
probably prove fatal.
DeMerse was arrested and is now in
jail awaiting trial for his rash act.—Tunk
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"Joseph the Second and His Court;"
"The Merchant of Berlin ;" " Fredrick
the Great and His Court ;" " Berlin and
Sans-Sonci" By L. Mulbach. Each $2.
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To discover and bring out anew novel
ist of genius is to confer a real benefit on
mankind. It is a boon, as great in its,ayay,
as the . discovery of a new metal or Uf a
newlmotive of poster. The Aappletons
deserve the credit of introducing the
American public to an, entirely new realm
of fiction, wherein the enchanter's wand is
wielded by :a Dew hand, We allude to
the brilliant series of novels by Miss Mul
hach, nom in course of publication at their
house. The writer is a German woman,
living, we believe,ln berlin ; and her nov.
els are first published there and translat
ed here by
,practised hands. Of herself
we know nothing ; b2ther interectual pow
ers are vividly revealed in the works,under
notice. She is a person of erudition ex
tensive, and suite accurate, possessing an
extraordinary unaginatibi; a gift of
dialogue, which fith her well for a high
order of draittas, if she cared to attempt
them,a vein of wit which is trencbond of
humor which is English, ,besides a realis
tic style of description which belongs of
right to the age of the photograph..
Convention of Teachers.
At an adjourned meeting of .teacherS
held at New, Milford Jape 21stisind"22d . ,
the following preamble and 'resolutions
were adopted: -
Whereas, a supplernent to an act for
the regulation and continuance-of a sys
tem of education by Common Schools,aykL ,
proved the 9th day of April, 1867, re
quires the county superintendent of each
county_ to hold_a Teachers' Institute as
often as once a year, at stitch time "arid
place as he or sproperly inithorized com
mittee of teachers-.acting with him, may
deem most" convenient. • Therefore, , re
solved, • '
1. That a Convention 'of teachers be
called tr) be heldin Montville "August" ..16
and 17. `" - • ,r '
2. Th - ft\siiia meeting; bo oP9ood ,
two teaCiers appointed as. - bol
repaesent eaclL township or --:school
trict, except the boroukh of Dundaff and
Little Meadows,' and . ChapinanandlOalr ,
land independentdistricts ; whiclithallte
entitled to one delegate each,'
3. Tbat each delegate be entitled to One
vote in determining the teme andpkio for
holding t h e county . Teaclkera' Initi tut
4. That 10 dip teaches in f thin county
and coiller persons. interested, l in 7 ,pclnilar
ednCition.biv invited in 'attend!: '• '
5. That each :teaclier- :present -_shall be
entitled to a rote on till questions brought,
before the Conyeaticini -except the two
named in resolution TA third two,
shall be left to the deleg ates only.
6. That the Teaelier6 Institute he or
ganized at this meet ing,, solar , as consist
ent-. With the,.econd section of the supple
ment to the school law. ` •
The foilloiring, teachers, are
as aele g ile s to meet in Montrose, Aug.
10th and lith, 1867, for the purpose of
organi*ing the County Institute •to be
held next fall,, and transacting such other
business as may come before the Conven
ApOlacon—J.S.Gillen, W. F. M'Cormipk.
Ararat—A.o. Stearns, C. W. Saneif
Auburn—C. E. Davis, AlphioSteb-
Broo - layn—W.R. Gere, Al meda Waives
Chapman (ind.)—Ella Cornell.
ChoeoriutFraneis J. German, Mary E
—Julia Lewis, Mr: Watlins.
DOnOck—Howard Baker,Fauthie Lindley.
Dunllatr—A. S.. Taylor.
Forest Lake—J. F. Wanner, Helen Hall
Franklin—Lavinia Smith, Chloe Robins
Gibsou—U. 13. Gillett, Geo. E. Dutcher.
Gi. Bend horo—C,M.Welis, Miss Newell
Gt. Bend tp—W. J. Tinker, Mary A
11arford—E. S. P. Hinds, H. N. Tiffany.
Harmony— . -C. E. Morris, Susan Belcher.
Herrick—Clara Lyons, Ella Ellis.
Jackson—O. E. French, Henry Barrett.
Jessup—Ai letta Granger, Wat. Dayton.
Lathrop —Susan Taylor, H. G. Wright.
Lenox—Mary Mills, Helen A. Hartley.
Little •Meadows-T. W. Tinker.
Middletown—A. J-G illen, T.-T. Evans.
Montrose—Jas. 'Newman, Anna Deans.
New Milford boro—E.. B. Hawley, Ella
New Milford tp NV. F. Lathrop, M. 0.
Oakland—Enttna Bushnell, Emma Rich
Oakland (ind.)—Carrie Wellman.
Rush—Frederick Keeney, Affie Griffis.
Silver Lake r -Margaret O'Day, Mary C.
- Bradley .
Springtril'e rfT. W. Lyman, F. Sheldon.
Susqu'a DspoLr-A. E. lloolittle , Ada
Bradt, r. 1%
Thomson—Ellen Butterfield, Emma Ge
Tile ati - ove delegates are appointed so
as to give every part of the county an
equal voice in locating the Institute, and
it is hoped that.each school district will
be represented..: If there are thyse ap
pointed as delegates who cannot attend,
they will please, notify the Snp't and de
signate some one who will.
The Convention will convene at 2
c'ock, Friday, Aug. 16th, and continue in
session L till 2 p. yi. Saturday, Aug. 17th.
EXERCISES FOE CONVENTION
Friday, Aug. 16th, 1367. Afternoon
session, 2 o'clock.
1. Calling roll of - delegates.
2. Filling vacancies.
3. Organization and misoellaneotts busi
Evening session, 7 o'clock.-1. Report
—School Discipline, by E. W. Rogers,
2. Discussion of above Report.
3. inaugural Address, by Prof. ,Cha..
W. Deans, St' Adler's Orphau Scboul,
ford, Pa. - •
Saturday, Aug. 1 i th. 3lorning session,
I. Report—Qraded Schools, by C. M.
Wells, Great Bend Graded School.
2. Discussion of above report.
3. Report—Graae . of Certificates and
Qualification of Teachers, by A. W..Lar
rabec, Susq'a Depot.
4. Discussion of the above Report.
5. Report—School Apparatus, by Miss
Ellen Webb, Lanesboro, graduate of Mil
lersvilleState Normal School.
Social Meeting:' 1. ResOlutioig - 2. Ad
dresses, etc. 3. Adjournment.
Fellow Teachersycome one, come
let us have -an= interesting and profitable
time. In the language of our State Sup't,
"Let the teachers 'show that they know
how; up a profestiiiin for them
selves and guard its interests."
• W. W. WATsoN, Co. Sup't.4' •.1 ;. • ;
We cati,furnish. a Grevec,A,Paker, a
Machine, atless than manufacturers' pri
W 4 -1 14. or'En.` , C4.l.l NC•A. af=ll
arA.BEL TOMIELL is continually reccivin
new supplies ofGennine Drugs and Medicines, whit
wilibe BOW as low /IS at any saber Sir in Montrone.
107 - Colgate's Aromatic Vegetable Soap. A Ea
perior Toilet Soap, prepared Worn relined Vegeta
ble Olio in combination with Glycerine, and espe
cially designed for the use of Ladles, and for the
Nursery. Its perfume is exquisite, and its washing
properties unrivalled? For sale by all druggists.
May, 2.41867.—1karep12 -
A SLIF PFAFFILE FOB THE ILINDAEFAMEL
Phalan's •• Night Blooming Ceram'
iPhalonhe . 1, Night Elloomhig Certua.”
PanIOW. 4. Night Blooming Cereuo.”
Planlon , ' ' , Might Blooming Comm,'
Phnlon% "Nigh: Blooming Berens."
A most exanWie. dentate, and Fragrant Perfume,
dialed from tbe rare and beautiful Scrum from
whirl it takes Its mum
'XiailtattoretVonly "' ' ' •,. -
rittiALtift tic soNi Prerwirork.,
' . :FPFLUE OF COUNTERInaII.
ASK 0041.1iVF8--70 , Kre FO OTTER.
ly sip z : Z26 cow
Wm — Scrotalll.—The Rev. George Storrs, of Brook
lyn. N. Y., twain the Bible Braminer, by way of apol
ogy for publishing a medical certificate in Ids magazine
of the cure of hisoniy.son, of 8 crofttla, " after dissolu
tion appeared ;inevitable." • " Wei:l6llBh_ this state
" meta, not forpay, but in gratitude to God who has en
" swered prayer, and in justice to Dr. Andes ;* being
" satisfied that there Is virtue in the lodine Water
treatment, which the readers of this Itiaga4,ine
"thank its editor for bringing to their notice.
Dr. U. Amiens' lodinagVater is for sale by J. P
DINS MORE, Proprietor, Doy street, Now York, and
by all Druggists. Jab'
09 - Peruvian Syrup.-r 4 prOtected solution or
the Protoxido of Iron, sopplies the blood With its Life
Element, Iron, giving strength, vigor and now life to
the whole eyqtear.
If tbe thousands who are suffering from Dyspepsia.
Debility, Female W. aknesses, would but test the
virtues of the Peruvian Syrup, We effect would not on
ly astonish themselves but Would . please all their
friends ; for instead of feeling cross, "all gone" and
miserable, they would be cheerful, vigorous and active.
A dlatingnished Jurist writes to a friend as follows :
•• I have tried the Peruvian Syrup, and the result fully
sustains your prediction. It has made a new manor
me—infused Into my , system new vigor and energy. I
run no longer tremulous and debilitated, as when you
last saw me, but stronger, heartier, and with larger ca.
pacity for lahor. mental and physical, than at any time
during the last five years." ,
Thousands have been changed by the Use of this rem
edy flora weak, sickly, suffering creatures, to strong,
healthy and happy men and women ; and invalids can
not reasonably hesitate to give it a trial.
The genuine has "Peruvian Syrup" blown in the
glass. A 3:2 page pamphlet will be sent free.
J. P. DINSMORE, Proprietor.
No. 38 Dey St., New York.
Sold by all Druggists
VT' Card to the Ladies.—Dr. Dtiponeo 9 s
-Golden Periodical Pills for Females.
loftillible in Correcting Irregularities, Removing all
Ohs ructions of the Monthly Courses, from whatever cause,
aql Always Sucel , :wful as a Preventive.
A CERTAIN REMEDY for all complaints so peculiar
to the sex, viz., Distressing and Painful Menqtruation,
Retention, Pain in the Back and Loins, Pressing-Down-
Pains, Rush of BioOd to the Head, Dizziness, Dimness
of Sight, Green Sickness, Heaviness, Fatigue on any
Slight Exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, and that most
annoying, weakening, and the begluing of all other fe
male weaknesses, The Leucorrhma, or Whites. -
They .lid like a Charm In RemmingObetruclion and
Reetoriuy Nature toile Proper Channel.
quieting the nerves, and bringing back the " roes color
of health" to the moat delicate.
100,000-Boxes hare been gold in Two Year:
Ten thousand boxes sent by letter, both by myself
and agents, to all parts of the world, to which answers
have been returned. in which ladies say nothing like
the abovepills have been known since the Science of
Medicine dawned upon the World.
Full and explicit direcions accompany each box.
Price $1 per box ; six :boxes, V. 5. Sold by one Drag
gist in every town; village, city. and hamlet throughout
the world. Sold in Montrose,Pa.. By BURNS NIC7II.
01. S, (Druggists.) " Sole Agents" for Montrose.
Ladies ! By sending him $1 to the Post Office, can
ha vo the Pills sent (confidentially) try matt to any part
of *country, free of Postage.
Sold Mao by ESTABRO & CLARK, Great Bend. CLARK.
& BROWN, DepoSit, CLEvES. PIEUCT &. Co. Binghamton,
CUTIIDORT &. BRoOKS, Scranton, DV/LAS BARNES r CO.
New York. S. D. HOWE, Sole Proprietor, New York.
Dr. SCIECNCIDS PIIIMIONIC tyra.rrr.
This great medicine cured Dr.J. H. SIMENON, the Propri
etor, of Pulmonary Consumption, when it bad manned Ito
naCet forasidabs acpxt l and whoa speedy death appeared to
be inevitabsei. His physicians pronounced his case incurable,
when be commenced the we of this simpte bat powerful ,
remedy. Hie health was restored In a very short time, and
no return of the dire= ham been apprehended, for all the
symptoms quickly disappeared, and • his present weight to
more than two hundred pomads.
Since his recovery, he has devoted his attention excitt•
stray to the cure of Consumption, and the diseases whirl
are usually complicated with it, and the enrol effected by his
medicines have, been very numerous and truly wonderthl.
Dr. Seamiest makes preitesional visits to several of the larger
cities weekly, where ho has a largo concourse of patients
and it is truly astonishing toseo poor corommptivea that have
to be lifted out of their =rinses, and in a fee months
hea'thr, robust psrsous. Da. SCHENCK'S PULMONIC
SYRUP, SEAWEED TONIC, and MANDRAKE PILLS
are generally all required in curing Consairllacin. Full
directions accompany each, so that any One can take them
n - ithois seeing Dr. SCUIV:OI4 lout when it la COSMO/lb:Mt it
to beet to sae him. He gh - C3 advice free, but . fora thorough
examination with his llespirometer his fee is three dollars.
PA533 et:terse, when purchasing, that the two lionesses
of the Water—one when In the Ind stage of Consumption.
and Me:ahem tu he now Is, In perfect health—are on tho
Sold by all Maggio:a and Dealer& Price ste!) per bottler
or $7.60 the halt dozen: Lettere for advice &Quid always
be directed to Dr. Sehenck'a Principe! Office, Na. 15 North
6th Street, Phil/We:ph* Pa.
General Wholesale Agenta: DCMIL3 Barnes & Go., N. Y
B. S. Ranee, Baltimore, Md.; John D. Park, elnelnnatl,
Ohio; Walker 6: Taylor, Chicago, LL; Collins Bros, St.
Loma, . (S 4 w. ea mo. 1 yr.
June Ist, at the M. E. Parsonaq,e,
Springvilie. by Rev. J. .F. Wilbur, Mr.
EDMUND M. CRAN.DALL, of Brooklyn, Pa.,
to kiss SALE.AH, I I I A. YEO3LiNS, of Lathrop,
July 3rd, in Nicholson, by the same,
311":' GritORGE M. NICROLS, of Lathrop,
Pa., to Miss GESTIII.II)E A. 5.11.1111, o .
jut' , 3rd, at the M. E. .Parsonage,
Springville, by the same, Mr. WILLIAM A.
Hi encziv to Miss SUSAN STEVENS 2 bOI,II o
July 10th, at the M. E. Parsonage,
Springville, by the same, Mr. pgNtonicK
B. Wllam to Miss EuzAnntit A. TAN-
Len, both of Nicholson, Pa.
t3rliintices of marriages and deaths published free
of charge. Obituaries published if paid for at the rate
of fifty cents per hundred words..
- In Dimoell, June 22, MINon. K. BAILEY,
Ron of Col. Olney and Susan Bailey, aged
22-yeatB, 6 trio. and 28 days.
At : ACADEMY HALL,
. • Atlrcaiii - rcreale, Qa.,•
ON FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 10.
To consict of Exercises in lir. Dio Lewis'
Doors open of 'fW o'clock.' Exercises commence at
Admittance 25 - • Children 20 cts.
• - auditor , a Xl:Alta.' ,
lIE undersigned. an auditor appointed by the 40dg
1. es of the Orphans' Court of tithiquehanna can't) ,
tq dierlbuteAte fonds in the handsel thendminhitra
tor Of the estate of Wealthy Bennett, dree'd , „ will attend
to the duties of said appointment at his office in Mont
rose, on Tlnaraday the Bth diver August, X: DOW, at
1 o'clock. p,m., At which time and piece all ye MOMS In
tereated will make known their claim* or by foretet de
bitredfrooi corning ilt on bald Ana. 8 88, ,
• " 8 Wt'
ESTATE OF ELISHA..A.:IIORTON,
late ef Hush, Susire cwinty. Pa:, dec'd.
Lettere ofadmlnistratlon upon the estate of theabove
named decedent having been granted to the.undersign
ed, all persons Indebted to. said estate are hereby noti
fied to make 'immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same to present them duly authenti
cated for settlement.
Rush, July 9, IB6Z
M. G. SHOEMAKER, Adner
frIIE undersigned appointed by the llon. the Of-
L phan's Court of ititp‘quehrtuna County to make
distribution of the 4uud in the hands of the admin
istrator of Richard France, deceased, will attend to the
duties of his appoint ent at the office of 'Fraser &" Case,
Montrose, on Saint y. Aug. 3d, 1867 at one o'clock. p.
In.. at which time ri d place all persons interested will
present their clatm4 or be debarred from coming In
upon said fund. 1
FRANKLIN FRASER, Auditor.
July 9,186 t.
BEST FLOUR IN, THE STALL
FROM PURE WRITE
California Winter Wheat,
(Positively ridged in California.) constnntly on hand
and for sale. Manufactured at tho Eureka 31111:by
SHOOK c6 ' TINGLEY.
Ilopbottom, July 2, 1867.-tf
Financial Statement of Rush
Township Bounty Matters.
Whole amount of bonds Issued, $18,500 00
Expenses, $509 9$
Interest to June 5,1865, 188 63-• 698 63
Ain't collected . and paid up to Junes, 1863, 5,603 41
I n tercel one year to 1866.
March 5, 1r56, paid
Interest to June 3, 1867, 889 00
Janc3, 1867, paid
We certify the foregoing to be as near correct its / can
be got under the circumstances.
Rosh, July 9, 1667. JAS. P. DEVINE, Al udi tors.
VSTATE OF MARY McCARMIN,
deceased, late of Choconat township, Susque
hanna county, Pa.
Letters testamentary upon the estate of the above
named decedent having_ been granted to the undersign
ed. all persons indebted to said estate are hereby noti
fied to make immediate payment, and those. !lasing
claims against the same to present them only authenti
cated for settlement.
MARIA S. COGGIN Executrix
Choconut,ty 9, 1807.. •
TIIE undersigned an auditor appointed by the Conn
of Common Pleas of Sni9nehanna County to dis
tribute a fund In the hands of the Sheriff arising from
the sale of the real estate ofPatrick O'Hara, taken in
ecution at 1 , e suit of D.;. 1 helan. will attend to the
duties of his pointment at his Wilco in Montrose, on
Monday; Aug. th, IXi7, at 1 o'clock p. m., at which
time and place all persons Interested in said fund may
present their claims or be forever debarred from com
ing in on said fund
JAMES B CAR MALT, Andltor,
Montrose, July 2, 188.
Male and Female. to introduce our New Patent Star
Shin tie Sewing Machine. It ht. adapted for family use
and Tailoring. makesa stitch alike on both sides.
Price only Twenty Dollars. Extraordinary induce
ments to Agents. For lull particulars, address
DCMO.'T & WILSON,
CM Arch Greet,
Notice in Partition.
WO Sarah MeEnne, now residing in Qakiand town
1. ship, Susquehanna county, and issue, nine child•
ren, 10 wit:- Charles F. Mamie, eldest-son, now resi
ding in New Bedferd, Bureau county. Illinois ; Silas F.
hicKnne, also living in New Bedford, aforesaid; Jos.
McKune, since deceased, leaving, a widow. Jane Mc-
Kane. and two minor children, to wit !dart E. Mc-
Kane, aged eleven years, and Fanny McKune, aged
eight years, (the said Sarah hicKune'.having been duly
appointed guardian of the said Minors, the said Jane
McKune also residing in Oakland township aforesaid,)
Benjamin P-MeKune, the petitioner; Betsey
termarrled with O. M.: Nichols and now residing at
New Bedford aforesaid ; Mary V. intermarried with A.
S. Lathrop living In Wyanette, Bureau county afore
said ; Niche P., who intermarried with I. !dinky..
and Is now deceased , leaving her said husband and is
sue, three children, to wit: Henrietta, Francis and
Sarah En ice inzY, all minors under the age of four
teen' year , and now residing with their said - father (J.
D. M inzy Elmira, Chenango connty, New York ;
and Eunice intermarried with - Jameh McCannon, and
flow residing in Oakland townshioatoresaid ; and also
one grandson. to wit Timothy Wheat, con of Esther
Wheat, who was a daughter of the said Joseph Mc-
Kane, and died before the said Joseph—the said Timo
thy now residing at or near Waverly la the State of
TAKE NovicE : That an inquest will be held at the
late dwelling house of Joseph Mcitune,. deceased, in
the township of Oakland. county of Susquehanna, on
Thursday the 18th day of July, 1, at 2 O'clock p. m..
for the purpose of making partition of thereat estate of
said deceased to and among the 'children and represen
tatives, if the same can be done without pre}itdiceto
or spoiling the whole; otherwise to value and appraise
the eamo according to law ; at .which time ana plate
yoci arc required to attend if you think proper.
S. F. LANE, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office, Montrose, June 2',1e.61.
RAVING scented the services of lr. 11, Zoehe, one
11l of the best hinders to bo found In the State, we
are prepared to furnish to Banks, Insurance CoMpantes
Merchant's, Itannfacturers, Coal operators, Hotels and
of every description, on short notice, bound in any
style desired, in the most substantial manner, at reas
•Idatrazines bound, and old books I °bound, at New
' Orde s left at the office of the paper publishing this
a ivertisemcnt, or sentby Express, will be attended to
and returned without unnecessary delay
• E. S. M. HILL.
,Scranton, Pa., Jane: IS, ISG7. tf
BY a recent decision of the Conk of- Claims. all of l
cere holding commissions between dates of March
let, 1864, and May 3d,1885, are entitled to $5 per month
for each servant allowed by rank.
For further Information, apply ( to :
GE. P. LITTLE,
Licensed Government Agent.
Montrose, March 26, MIL tf
Aliditor's Notice. -
TSB undeniamed, an auditor apriointedtby the Or
phan Court of Susquehanna County to distribute
the fund in the handset Caroline .B.lolmon,adminiatra
trix of the estato'of Charles Dimon,- deed. will attend
to: the datlea of • his appointment at .his deco in
Montrose, on Monday. the 29th thy .of July, 1667, at 10
o'clock: in - the, forenoon, ht which lima . and. place
all pertons' interested are required to piesent their
claims or be forever debarred from Coming in upon geld
JAS. E. CARMAVE,
Montrose; June COMM • -• ' - ,
01i,,a,;14 great eimety` OlLEifor asurar
MK,u,lr for Ws by ARAL TVERELL
1;0 II IS-A -111 0 14 t OIL! -.BIE.MORICAL
/Z• AMIE:4)1;00in. 0112 Ca.
Mos. ' 443 &. 445 BROADWAY , REW-YORK I
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FREDERICK THE GRE tT.aud his Family. Trans
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cecding novel of the well-knowu Muhlbach Series-adds
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JOSEPH 11. and HIS COURT. An historical novel..
Translated from the German by Adelaide D. Chrandmp.
1 vol , 8 vo. Paper cover, $1 50; $2. "In Joel
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