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LACK IV sj,
It uiih lug 1 ims of Passenger Trains, Jun
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inc'la- ger. | ger. | moda
tioa. I HOD.
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1 5 b >1 jr.-w Mbf.rd 759 2,45
! J 6,( ) : .-i..6c 8,20 3.15
12.2$ 6,33 Hopbott m y,43 3,50 |
11 ' 5,1 d KK-bolsofi 9.00 4,20 I
ll'-' 1 4.50 Wtorvvilte 9,24 5.15
1(1", 1 . j 9.50 5'40
10,40 CtbrkV 9,49 6,00
1 i.I 10 ■' A.NTON 10,20 6,30
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The aiii Northward
T.enrcs New ll.i:®!',n <-n the "r rival of t!:c Mai ,
Train > 1 - NEW YORK at S.lO A. M., and i
IIA3 UNKA CIIU3 • en the arrival of the Train
which lean i• : i i.i.! 11l \. (Kensington De
p. • •7i' / M . 5* ,-T!i ANTON this Train
vak with trains on the LACK*
A A*A W' .v i 1 'Oil "!U lis an 1 DELAWARE A
11T * i 1 X K -il ron • "F, an I at Croat Lend with the
Mul Train r.p. t! re 11 .tilway going West.
Vis: • r Train Southward
L saveis urt.it Bend after the arrival of the Cincir-
E.tp .-st a the We.-t, conn -cling at Scrark
with ir i :i i'a I. ■ ,w.iu. x and B'.oo-nsbu
and Detav tr . [iuls in Railroads ; at Manna
Ci u*>k nOb ';■<■ n for Philadelphia, and s
New II .?i > Tr i: > for .Yew York, the 1.
high V'alh ' . &e. Passengers by th
Tr-'n ari: cn Y •.!: at 5.50. in Philadelpei
ot 6,30, .mi h. Ilarrisburgat S2OP. M.
'1" - '.4 omni iation Train
X' ri'.war• : s-• re. t lien 1 with the Day '
Es P— • ...g Vi i '. y which passengers arrive a
Jti, He! MIMI ' -e the same (lav.
.- ii',t hw ird, O vi '.ire'.t Bend after the arrival o
the New * >tk Ex| row g >ing East,
A-' Pi--- ' _••.? Trains on the Erie Railway
sti-j. ;>t Great Bend.
WATT? COOKE, Supt.
R A. lIF.XRY, Cr-n. Tkt. Agcit.
A LA MOD E.
TIIE L.\TEST FRO3I Mi5V YORK.
T IKS. A. H. STARK, TAKE? PLEA>irRE IN
IVX ". • n irt ..-mi eg ber friends, and the ladies gen
, that she has raeelved, and is still receiving
rail yo and weil -elect etl a-suvtieent ol
FALL A2sD J/'IA'TFF GOODS,
Consi.-tirig of II VTS. HONS iiTS, Rlltl'.ONS
Fl.OrisES, M A VHLR?. I,At ES, HEAD-
I)HE.' ; SE?i, and, in shurt all art 1 s usually
iound in a
A 11 ! T V ' iiN," C IT'ATQP
A.1. ILU \ ii' L J i> JL SJxiJfj.
.She soli i - i e.i'! fr-ra all requiring ROODS in
hor line, before purchasing elsewko.e. Mrs Stark
can he f. und .it tlie house formerly occupied by Hen
ry Stark, in the borough of Tunkhannock, ready and
willing to serve all who may favor her with a call.
We have secured the services of an experienced
X2 N XXIH.'S?3-2Vr7-A.X2:iEtX"2. t
and at all times will bi prepared to Fit and Make
Dre.-se- in the latest and m -t approved manner.—
? liicliing your , .'.is be!'.re pup basing elsewhere, we
MRS. A G STARK.
Sterling & Loom is
JTKE? llwi best and largest assortment of
u be found .n the country, and most of it was
purchased previous t the
LATE AD-VAXCK IX PRICES,
vi ot U i nabli s litem to
Sell (floods fic
io ir present Hales.
We have constantly en hand,
>Salt bv tlie barrel,
Fine Salt by the sack,
and half barrel,
Turks Island Salt for packing meat
Flour, Sole Leather, Iron, Nails, Nail
Hods, row Cork, and Cast Steal
Carriage Holts, Plaster,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps ;
Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Hardware, Wood
en ware, Stoveware, Paints,
Oils, Orookerv, Liquors, Stationery, '
Wall Paper and Bordering,
Grindstones, \\ lieelbarrows,
Pegs & Lasts, Buffalo
Robes, Pocket and
Y\ i ;■ vc below a f. \v of our present prices
F'.tject to ail changes of the market, viz.:
Salt S4 per barrel.
Flour §l2 per barrel.
Prints 25e to 40c per yard.
Rest Brown Sugars 20 to 22c.
White Sugars 25 cts. per lb
And everything not enumerated, iu same
All we ask is for people to call and see for
themselves, as we feel confident that wc can
meet their most sanguine expectations.
STERLING & I.OOMIS.
PJ'.. Oct. 5, l&Gt v-inlO 1
I TIE SIB SEWING MACHINES.
! Our LETTER \ FAMILY* SEWING MACHINE
s fast gaining a world-wide reputation. It is be
yond doubt the best and ehoapest and most beautiful
lof all F iini 1 / Sowing Ma li ie.- yet offered ,o the
pub'ie No 'olber Family Sewing Machine b.tf so
• iuarneM apeb > for Hemming. Binding,Feil
ing Tackingi Get be ring, Gneging, Cieidiog, Etn
brolde iog. Cording, and so foi 6. No other Fa mil j
Sewing M-ii b c has co inovh Oiip.iciiy tor a great
i variety of .n k It ari!! sew -ill kiuu-. of cio.ta,
I and with ail kinds of th e ait • Geat tod reveni ini
| (irovements ui.i'.o our Fan. -swing Mnehine most
I reliable, and most durable, ami wosi eertain in ac
! tion at all rate.- of .-peed. It 111. kc the interlocked
j stitch, which is the best stilcii known. Any one. ev
! en of the mo>t o'tliiinrycapaei '. c;.n-ce,:it a glance,
j how ti use the le..e- A. Fain y Sewing Machine.—
Our Family --'owing Machine a are liciihed in chaste
and exquisite stylo.
'idie Folding Ca.-.e of the Fatnilv Machine is a
piece of cunning workman hip ot .he most useful
i kind. It protects the wiien not in use, and
j when about to be opciatcu may be opened as a spa
i cioits and snbstnnC.il table to susiain the work.—
IVliile some of the Cases, made out of the choicest
woods, are fiui.-hc i in tue simplest and chastest man
ner po ible, (i.bc s are ado net! and ewbeUshud in
the mo. 11 .-;! v and supevb manners.
It is absolutely ncce- nrytasce the Family IIa
; - hine in oj.eratron, ro as to judge of its great capaci
; ty and beauty.
It is fast beci ming as popular for family sewing
j as our manufacturing machines are for manufactur
The Branch Offices are well supplied with silk,
twist, thread, needles, oil, <fce., of the very best qual
?enJ for a PAMPHLET.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
453 Broadway, New York.
7~lMilla<le!plila Office, 8 1 () Chestnut Bt.
1)!A. BAtrnwuX"' \ A S l 's in Tunkhannock.
i . ntmmmmm
rp !IE subs ribcr has just received at his shop, over
1 ilankiuson's Store, in
ar. 1 will constantly keep on hand all the latest
IMPROVED COOKING STOVES
Among which ire tho CALORIC," MINER ay.d
! "I Nlpatterns, with PARLOR STOVES and
!( .it snf every description, which he offers for
at prices that will defy competition
Hist• •. - s are bought directly of the Manufactur
er, ;.t All: - NY, WiLK! SB A RUE. PROVIDENCE
and SCRANTuN He is therefore enabled to sell
hem at a small advance on the original cost
all kinds oil hurt ! anl made to order. Also
1H, YVAGOX BO X 3. w DSI.EIGII
- FOR SALE.
The popular Cookin t Stove,
Forest ii ne en,
Elevated oven) i-- now f..r the first, offered at
neatly and promptly done.
3le-hoppen, Dee 17th, 1362—v2n191y.
HARDWARE & IRON
- HUNT BBO'S & 8J.A115
XOW OFFER FOR SaLE
IRON. STEEL, NAILS AND SPIKES. MINE
RAIL, RAILROAD SPIKES, ANVILS,
BELLOWS, PLAIN A CONVEX
1111 l ES' HARD WASH,
HUBS. SPOKES, FELLOES, SEAT
SPINDLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES.
PIPE BOXES, SPRING STEEL,
BOTTS, NUTS, WASH
IIAIR. SHOVELS, WHITE LEAD
GLASS, Ac., Ac.,
DOOR 3 AND BLINDS
ON HAND IN ASSORTMENT
AND MAN I FACTURED TO ORDER
LEATUEE 11 AND FINDINGS
r.ntca. March 26. lSb3. vln33—
3laiihood : how lost, how restored.
cs. aa-mr:"' * ~s*ram i
Just published a new edition of Dr. Culver
well's t'elebratfd Idssay on the radicil cure
(without medicine) f SPERMATORRHIKA, or seminal i i
IVeakness. Involuntary Seminal Losses, IMPOTENCV. ■ ]
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to |
Marriage, etc ; al-a>, C-INM.'mi TIO.V, EPILEPSV, and i J
FITS, induced by self-indulgence or sexual extrava- j .
5 Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 eents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay
clearly cmonstrates from a thirty years' successful
pra tice, that the alarming consequences of self
abuse may be radically cured without the danger
< u use of internal medicine or the application of ihe
knife—ixiiutiiig out a mode of cure at once simple, '
certa;n and effectual, by means of uhich every suf- '
ferer, no matter hat his condition may bp, may 1
cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically. t
£ 'E This Lecture should be in the hands of every i
youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad- t]
post )>aid, on receipt of six cenU, or two post j
stamps. Address the publishers.
CHAR. J. C. KLINE A CO.
12T Bowery, New York, Post Office box 4,586
PBOCLAMA T I 0 N !
TO THE LADIES !
II ot h Married and Single,
THE OLDFST REGULATOR FOR FEMALES,
DR. CHEESEMAN'S FEMALE PILLS
Will immediately relieve, without pain, all disturb
ance of the periodic discharge, whether arising trom
rclaxtion or suppression. They act like a charm in
removing the pains that accompany difficult or im
moderate menstruation, and are the only safe and
reliable remedy for Flushes, Sick Headache, Pains
in the Loins, Back and Sides, Palpitation of the
Heart, Nervous Tremors. Ilysteri •, Spasms, Broken
Sleep, and other unpleasant* and dangerous effects of
an unnatural condition of the sexual functions. In
the worst eases of Fluor Albus, or Whites, they ef
fect a speedy euro •
DR. CIIEESEMAX'S FEMALE PILLS
naro been used OVER A QUARTER OF A CEN
TURY. They arc offered as the only safe means of
renewing intenupted menstruation, but. Ladies must
bear in nund that there is one condition of the fe
male system in -which the Fills cannot, he taken
miihout j roducini; a PECULIAR RESULT.—
The condition referred to is PI/E'INANCY—
the result, .MISOARE TAC7?, Such is the irresist
ible tendency of the medicine to restore the sexual
functions lo a normal condition, that ccen the j ro
duclice power of nature cannot resist it TIIEY
CANN OT DO H ARM in any other way,
D It.CIIEESEALAN'S I-E.MALE PILLS
Arcthe only Medicine that MARRIED AND SIX
OLE LADLES have relied upon for many years, or
can rely upon now. EE WAP E OF IMITA
TIONS ! These Pills form the Finest Preparation
trcr put forward, with IMMF.DIATD and PER
SISTENT SUCCESS. DON'T HE Dl'T LIV
ED. Take litis advertisement lo your Druggist,
an 1 tell him that voa want Hie /'EST and most
It ELI A RLE EE MA L E M EDI CINE IN THE
M OULD, which is comprised in
Dli. CIIEESEMAN'S FEMALE PILLS !!!
They have received, and are now receiving the
sanction of tho most eminent Physicians in Amer
EXPLICIT DIRECTIOXS with each Box-the
price. Ore Dollar per Dux, containiug from 50 to
Pills sent by mail, promptyf by remitting tho
price to the Proprietor*, or any authorized Agent,
in current funds.
SOLD 3Y DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.
HUTCIIIXGS A HILLYER, PitorEiETor.'s,
81 Cedar Street, Sac York.
Sold in Tunahannock. by J. Vv". Lyman, in
Montrose, by Able 'i'tirreil, in Scranton by L. S.fc
E. C. Fuller, in Factoryville by all Druggists.
FOR RAT, MICK, ROACHES, ANTS, BED BI OS
MOTHS IN Fn:s WOOLENS, Ac,, INSI.CTS ON PLANT
Put up in 25c. 50c. aud SI.OO Boxes. Boilies, and
Flasks. §J aud S3 sizes for Hotels, and I'ublicin
"Only infallible remedies known."
~Free from Poisons."
"Xut dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
Wholesale in till large cities.
' Vol Iby all Druggists oc. Retailers everywher
\~jf\ ! ! BEWARE !! ! of 11 worthless imitatio
f dfSee that "COSTA R'SUO name isach Box, Bott
and IT: k, Before you buy.
u f" Address COSTA
I Prineipa 1 Depot -182 Broadway, N. Y.
by J. Lyman,-y Co,, wholesale Retal,
EYE AND EAR IN ELM ARE.
On the Square, Three Doors from Steele's Hotel,)
WILK 1 SBAHRE, PA.
Till? INSTITUTION is now opened an.l fur
nished in the most costly style, Reception,
Private and Oper ting Rooms are large, convenient
rnd well adopted The Surgi'-al apartment contains
the finest collection ot instruments in tho couutrv
and thus his faculties will enable him to meet any
and all emergencies in prsn tico. Ho will operate
ipon till the various forms of BLINDNESS. Cata
ract, Oceluon of itic Pupil, Cross Ey-'s Closure of
the Tear Ducta, Inversion of the Eyelids Pterygium
fce. Ac. And will treat all forms of Sorosj Eye
iranul u J Lids. Opaceties of the Cornea, tinJ Scrof
llous disease- of the Eye together with all the dis
rases to whi h the Eye is subject.
PL AIN ESS- \\ i.l trc; t all t'ae diseases common
to the organ Discharge's from tho Ear, Noises in
tho E ir, Catarrh, difficulty of hearing, total Deaf
ness even where the Drum is destroyed. Will in
sert an artificial e<i e answering nearly all the pur
pose-! of the natural.
DISEASES OF THE THROAT.—AII ureases
sommon to the Throat and Nose will be treated.
GENERAL SI.RGERY#—Iie will operate upon
Club feet, Hair Lip, Clett Pallute, Tumors, Cancers,
Enlarged Tenvils, Ac. Plastic operations by heal
ing new flesh into deformed parts end general Sur
gery of whatever charae er it may present.
HERNIA (or lil'PEl 11E) —He will perfrom "La-
Lias operation for tlio radical (complete) cure of
Hernia, this is unqui sfionubly a perfect cure, and
is done with little or no pain. Out of many hun
dred operated uj on in Boston there has been no
failures, it having met the perfect approbation of
all who have submitted to it.
ARTIFICIAL EVES —Will insert artificial Eyes
giving them the motion and expresion of the natur
al They are inserted with the' least pain,
HEDORRHOLDL, (Pies) -This troublesome dis
ease is readily cured, Those suffering from it will
do well to call.
Dr I p lie Oraff visits Wilkos-Barre with a view
of building up a p rmunent Institute for the treat
ment of the Eye, Ear and General Surgery. The
experier: eof more than a quutter of a century in
Hospital an 1 general practice, lie hopes, will bo a
uAnient guarantee to those who may be disposed
t employ him,
Mai y, 1864.
B T '- 0* Conklin, of Titnkhannock Borough, Wyo
ming County Pa hereby gibes notice, that he ha
taken a license as public Auctioneer and tender,
bis services to the public in that capacity, on reason
able terms. L C. CONKLIN
October Ist ISGL
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
if you wish to marry, address the undersigned, who
will send you without money and without price, val
uable information that will enable you to marry
happy and speedily, irrespective of age, wealth or
beauty. This information will cost you nothing, and
if youwish to tnarrj T , I will cheerfully assist you,—
ali letters strictly confidential. The desired infor
mation sent by return mail, and no questions asked,
Sarah B. Lambert, Greenpoint, Kings, Co.,
THE LATEST I/SWS
Ts fully confirmatory of former reports that THE
DUTCH HAVE POSSESSION OF HOL
It is also authoritatively announced that
o. t3. JXtTlllis
has exclusive possession of the
STOVE AND TIN-SHOP
where every thing in tho line of his trade can be
had at the
LOWEST LIVING PROFITS.
HOUSE-KEEPERS will find at his Shop, the lat
est and most improved Patterns of
with all the FURNITURE and ITXTURES complete.
Roofing & Guttering
in all its branches, attended to on short notice and on
II E A S O X A II I, E T E Ii M S.
• 3TL 22 Mi. 3C TT3.31 TST <UN ,
PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CHEAPLY DONE
O. S. MILLS
lunkhannovk, Nov. 4, ISG3.—v3-n!3.
JU T RECEIVED,
A FULL AS SORT ME N T O F
N %f § >
Slioc ii, Hats,
NOTIONS, # . adapted to this Season'
which will be sol,] n \ the VERY LOWEST M \ KF.T
PRICE, for Ca-jj or Country Produce, at the Store of
FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE 1! !
Taken at this office, on all kinds of Town and
Country property, at the MOST REASONABLE TERMS,
and for anv time from TllllEE MONTHS TO
WITH or WITHOUT PREMIUM NOTES
Is the company reliable ? Will it promptly pay
its honest losses? are the important inquiries with
all insurers. Wo answer :
TIIE LYCOMING CO-INSURANCE COMPANY
HAS BEEN IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION
FOR TWENTY-THREE YEARS.—IT HAS
A WELL SECURED CAPIATL OF
OYER $2,400,00 IT PAYS FROM
§6O, TO §125,000 LOSSES
ADJUSTED AND PAID;
EACH INSURER IS FURNISHED
WJTII AN AUTHENTICATED ANNU
NUAL STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES
AND OPERATIONS OF THE COMPA
NY THE COMPANY IS CONDUCTED ON
JUST AND EQUITABLE PRINCIPLES.
THE CHARTER IS PERPETUAL.
References Hon. Wm. M. Piatt, Hon. A. K
Peckham, Henry Stark and Samuel Stark Fsqs. ol
ihis County ; Sayer & Eros, of Susquehanna, and
tJcorge M. Ilollenb&ck and others of Luzerne County,
who insure in and have been paid losses by this,
IIARVEY SICKLER, Agt.
miiTi if mil?
f The Partnership betwoen 0. L. ITALLSTEAD
I A SON, is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
- The notes and accounts will be left in the hands of
a 0. L. Hallstead to settle, and can be found at the
t store formerly occupied by 0. L. Hallstead A Son,
with some one to attend to the same.
O. L. HALLSTEAD,
11. P. HALLSTEAD.
Nicholson. July 27th 1964.
The business will be continued by Henry P.
Hallstead and Louis llummcl, under the name and
; HALLSTEAD & HUMMEL.
who will be pleased to retain tho patronage of all
who hive patronized the old firm, and will be pleas
ed to see any who may favor us with a call.
XVe are prepared to furnish EXTRA TNDUCE
MENTC TO THOSE HAVING PRODUCE TO
i DISPOSE OF. will pay tho HIGHEST CASH
PRICE for tho same.
HALLSTEAD A IIAMMEL.
27th, IS6I ieholson N July,
The Subscriber having permanently located in
Harrisburg. Offers for sale, i
A HOUSE AND LOT ! I
situate in the Borough of Tunkbannock. The
House is well finished and in good repair with small
Barn, out houses, Grape-arbor, Fruit trees Ac. there- '
on. The Lot contains one hatf acre and is pleasant
ly situated on the principal street loading through ;
Price, reasonable and terms Easy.
For Particulars Apply to Harvey Sicklor ofTunk- |
hannock Pa ; or address the undersigned at Harris
burg Feb. Ist 1566, GEO. J. BOLTON,
The Latest Style
SJPROT& & SUMMER
have just been received at the establishment of
on Tioga Street, opposite the Post-office, where w
be found Ladies. Chilrcn, Mi.-se., and Boy's FLATS
HATS, nnl GAPS; IIBAD-DRESSES, RIBBONS
FLOWERS, and TRIMMINGS, and everything in !
the line of Millinery, which will be sold at the lowest
Repairing promptly and neatly done. Ladies
[ lease call an l examine for themselves.
Tunkhannock.Oet 3 1862.—v2n1l iywil
isr 353 "i/w
hr a m vp
UTx ~ 3
s.l • m -
% sS ~S ... J =
The subscriber his just opened a new Furniture
Cabinet and Chair Manufactory in Tunkhannock
next door to C. -M. Koon's grocery store— where arc
kept on hand and manufactured to order:
TABLES of all sizes, patterns, and"styles.
( HAIRS Cane-seat, Flag-bottom, and common*
BL KEATS of all styles, sizes, and prices.
BED.-TLAD3, Cottage and common.
CENTRE TABLES, WORK STANDS, BOOK I
CASES, and indeed every tiling which can be Sound |
in the largest furniture establishments inrhecountrv,
which he will sell nr prices as low as the? can be
bought in any town outside of the cities, llein
isfied that he can compete, both in workmanship and '
prices with any establishment in the country, he so- i
1 ioits the public patronage.
REPAIRING of all kinds done in a neat, substan
tial and workmanlike manner.
N. B. —Old caae-seat chairs, new-seated end ro
T XDERTAKTXO.—Having a Hearse of his od-t
and having had much experience, he will attean.n
this department of toe business on short not icewn
in a satisfactory manner.
July 16,1362.—v1u 191 \ a
A Large Stock just Opened
T * J • ROSS CP'S..
WINDOW SHADES .
OF ALL STYLES.
CLOTH SHADES Wi lli BORDERS.
CLOTH SHADES WITH BORDERS.
FIXTURES AND ROLLERS, COMPLETE
FIXTURES AND ROLLERS COMPLETE
EMBROIDERED MUSLIN CURTAINS.
EMBROIDERED MUSLIN CURTAINS*
EMBROIDERED MUSLIN CURTAINS.
A Large Stock of White Goods:
SWISS MI LS
DOTTED SWISS MUSLIN,
REAL ALEXANDRE'S KII>
And a Large Stock of
Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Glass, Putty, Poor-Locks,
and a genera assortment of
BUI.DERS HA ROW3ARE.
Fish, of all kinds.
for all kinds of Grain.
Tunkhar.nock, March, Dtli ISG4.
WHEEL ER & WILSON'S
Tlie Cheapest and Best.
OVER 150.000 OF THESE WELL-ESTABLISHED
SEWING-MACHINES HAVE BEEN SOLD.
JO-SESD roa CIRCULAR. LADIES' ALMAXAC, &C.
I Address WHEELER & WILSON
704 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
Bum ill IB REA FIR
Farmers should secure one of these excellent Ma
chines at once as the supply is limited, and we are
e,.nfiacnt tha/ the demands for the above Machines
will be great the coming season as the litJCKEYE
is the best Machine now in use, and is the best adapts
ed toi rough, hilly, and uuevcu ground, is the uio
du bio and is managed with the grcatst easeo-,
I nor machines now in use.
lor further psCjSculars address
JOUNU, STONE Agent, -
E, * H, T, ANTHONY & CO„
Manufacturers of Photographic Ma
teri Is, j
WHOLESALE / NO;RELAIL,
501 BROAD If AY, N. Y.
In addition to our in. l . business of PHOTO
GRAPHIC MAT ERIALS, ?e are Headquarters for
the folljwing, viz :
nam an stesescdpic
Of th"so we have an immense assortment, including
War Scenes, American ml Foreign Cities auj
Landscapes, Groups, Statuary, Ac. Ac, Also, re
volving Stelescopes, for public or private exhibi
tion. Our catalogue will be sent to any address on
receipt of Stamp .
We were the first to introduce these into the Unit
ed States, and we mani facture immense quantities
in great variety, ranging in price tr in 50 cents to
SSO. _ Out; ALISI MS have the reputation of being
superior in beauty and durability to any others.
< They will bo sent by mail, free, on receipt of price,
taf FINE ALBUMS MADE TO ORDER
CARD PHOTOOIiAPII P.
Our CiitaloguewbrnYl'mcaso rhik FIVE THOU
SAND different s Kae *kub oe additions are
continually being made) of Portraits of Eminent
Americans, Ac., viz : about
101) Major-Genera Is, I 550 Statesmen,
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275 Colonies, 125 Authors.
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250 Other Officers 125 Stage,
75 Navy Officers. | 50 Prom'nt TVurneh,
156 Prominent Foreign Portraits,
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