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• Special Notiees.
AUDITOR S NOTICE.
Vhv undersigned, an auditor appointed by the
Courtef Common Pleas of Wyoming County, to dis
tribute the fund afrising from the Sheriff's sale of
the real estate-of Ambrose Gsrey Dvc'd- wU attend
to the duties ef his appointment at bis office 0
80-ough of Tunkhanuock on Saturday Jtny Bth,
1365. at Which time and place, all persons interested
therein are notified to attend and be beard or be de
herreaftom coming in upon said fund
Jew6th 1865, HARVEY SICKLER.
Beeoes of Yodth,—A gentleman who suffered
fnryear* fiom Nervous and Genital Debility, Night
ly emissions and Seminal Weakness, the result of
youthful indiscretion and came near ending his
days in hopeless misery, will for the sake of suffer
man, send te any eue afflicted, the simple means
nsed by him which.effeeted a cure in a few weeks,
after the failure of numerous medicines. Send a di
rected envelope and stamp and it will cost you noth
*'Address EDGAR TREMAINE,
Station L. 128 th St.
New York City.
CensoHVTioN- -A valuable treatise by a Retired
Physician, on the nature of Consumption and its
various stages, together with rules for self-treatment
price 10 cents, including postage, and simple pre
eeriplioas which have cured thousands will be sent,
free of ebarge, to any one applying. It will cost
yuu nothing, and may be the means ofsaving
your money and perhaps your life. Send an
addressed envelope to
STEPHEN IIAMLIN, M, D.,
New Yerk City.
v4 : n31.3m. •
The Co-partnership, heretofore existing between
C. Burr A Sen, is this day dissolved by mutual
The books and accounts of the late firm are left
in the hands of C. Burr fur settlement and collec
tion. who will still continue to carry on the Tanning
business ot the old stand
. The Harness Business
will, be carried on by Win H.'Burr, who, confident
et kin ability t.o satisfy the wants of the public, so
licits their patronage.
C BI RR,
Wm. 11. BI RR
Mesboppen, April 29th, 1865.
The -undersigned having been restored to health In
a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having
suffered several years, with a severe lung affection,
and'that- dread disease, Consumption—is anxious to
make known to his fellow sufferers the means o
To, ajl who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used,(free ot charge,)with the directions
for preparing and using which they will
find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchi
tis, Choughs, Colds. Ac. The only object of the ad
vertiser in sending the Pres ription is to benefit the
afflietpd, and spread information which b conceives
ts. be ; and he hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, as it will cost theqj nothing, and
may ihwve a blessing.
Parties wish ig the prescription will please ad-
Ke. EDWARD A. WILBON,
V4A2B- 3mo. M Co,
Kpw; Clothing Store
RATS AND CAPS, i
A-GREAT VARIETY, j
A 1.1. NEW GOODS AND FOR SAI.E ;
- H. S. HARDING. i
Ati Elegant Novelty 111 Watches.
The "cases of this watch are an entirely new in- 1
vantiom cot* posed of six different metals combined ,
rolled together an i planished, producing an exact
imitation of IS earat gold! called Arcana, which ,
will always keep its color. They are at beautiful
a* solid gold, nu I are afforded at one-eighth the cost
The esse ts beautifully designed with Panel and
shield fn name, with Patent Push Pin and engraved
ia the exact style of the celebrated Gold Hunting
Lever*, and arc really handsome and (lesirabl •, and
so exact an imitation of gold as to defy detection.—
The inov-i moot i* manufactured.by the well known
St, Jirner tfatch Company of Europe, and are su- (
perbly finished, having engraved pallets, fancy carv
ed bridges, adjusting regulator, with gold balance I
and the inprrved jewelled action, with line dial and
skeleton hand*, and is warranted a good time keep- '
Thee Watches are of three different sir.es, the t
smallest being for Lakies,ard are all Hunting Cases. '
A ease of six will be sent by Mail or Express fir
3125 06 f. A single one sent in a handsome Moroecc
Ca e ior .325.00 ; will readily sell for three times j
their We o.e sole agents for this watch in the
I'oited States, and none are genuine which do not
bear our Trade mark. Address. '
<• : Gt&ARDW. DEVAFGII A CO.,
, • Importers. 15 Maiden Lane. N. Y ■
v4-n4l Jnios- • j
Ayer's Ague Cure,
for the spebuvcvre or
Jutcrmittent Fever, or Feer and
Ague, Remittent Fever. Chill Fe- !
yer, Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodi
,cal Headache, or Bilious Headache, !
and Bilious Fevers, indeed for the !
whole class of diseases originating ]
in biliary derangement, caused by
the Malaria of miasmatic coun
FEVER and Ague is not the only consequence of
the miasmatic poison A great variety of dis
orders arise from its irritation, in malarious district*
among which are Neuralgia, Rheumatism Goutk
Headache, Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrka
Antkma, Palpitation, Painful Affection of the
SpUen, Hysterics, Pain in the Boieels, Colic Par
and Derangtment of the S lomackl all of
which, when originating 7 in this "Cork" exdel,llhe ,
roison from tha blood, and thus cures them all aliks
t is not only th most effectual remedy etmr di sco
•red for this class of complaints, but it is the cheap
eet and moreover Is perfectly safe. No harm can j
f ™ m 1, 8 ®?e< "nil the patient when cored is left •
ffui ■ aB /' ®ver had the disease Can
this be said of any other cure for Chills and Fever 7
4.V !u Ue tWs. audita importance to those afflicted
with the complaint cannot be over estimated. So
li th c e Fever and A s u , Ihat it may be
trttbfyUiSttfipobe a certain remedy. One Deal- <
" ,S DOt a good to Belli- '
fteeausVdhe botfle-cures a whole neighborhood ' 1
Prepared byj. C. AYER A CO., Lowell Mass '
•nd sid Stark Tunkhannock. and all iS
trt hi meii.ine everyiybsre.
mwifii i msraiT.
Great Sale of Jewelry, -Watches, Chains, Dia
mond Rings, Silver-Ware, German &>
French Fancy Goods, Ac., worth
over sßoo,ooo—all to be sold
withr.ut reserve. Every
one to have Some
I.IST of the articles.
Oent's Gold Hunting Case Watch
es, 385,00 to 3150,00
Ladies' Gold enameled Case Watch .
Gent's Hunting-Case Silver Watehea3s,oo 70,00
Gent's Gold Watches, double time, -75,00 150*00
Gold Plated Watches in Magic
Cases, 35,00 50 00
Gold Plated Watches Enameled, for
Ladies. . 35,00 50.00
Diamond Rrngss 50 00 100,00
Gold Vest and Neik Chains, 10,00 30,00
Gold Oval Band Bracelets, 4,00 B'oo
Chrsed Gold Bracelets 5,00 10,00
Chatelaine Chains and Guard Chainss,oo 20,00
Solitaire and Gold Brooches, 3 00 20,00
Lava and Florentine Brooches. 4,00 6.00
Coral, Opal, and Emerald Brooches •• 4,00 8,00
Mosaic, Jet, Lara and Florentine
Ear Drops, 4,00 8,00
Coral. Opal and Emerale Ear Drops-4,00 6,00
California Diamond Breast Pins, ••-2 50 * 10,00
Gold Fob and Vest Watch Keys,-••• 2,50 700
Fob and Vest R'bbon Slides, 3,00 8,00
Solitaire Sleeve Buttons. Studs, etc-. -3,00 10,00
Gold Thimbles, Pencils etc.. - • •• • .• -4,00 7,00
Miniature Lockets,-*'- 4,00 8,00
Miniature Lockets —Magic Spring.. 5,00 10,00
Gold Tooth Picks, Crosses,etc, 3,00 10.00
Plain Gold Rio-?, Chased Gold Rings,4,oo 11.00
Stone Set and Signet Kings, 3,00 10,00
California Diamond Rings, 3,00 10,00
Ladies' Jewelry in Sets—Jet and
G01d,...." * 8 00 15,00
Ladies' Jewelry in sets—Cameo,
Pearl, etc , 4,00 12,00
Goid Pens. Silver Extension Holder
h Pencil. - 4,00 10.00
Gold Pens and Gold Mounted Holdcrss,Qo 10,00
Gold Pens and Gold Extension Hol
ders, 6,00 15,00
Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups-• 20,00 50,00
Silver Castors, Fruit and Cake Bas
kets, 25,00 50.00
Silver Tea A Table Spoons A Forks,
pr. dor. 20,00 40,00
Silver Plated Tea Pots and Coffee
Urns. 35,00 50,00
Silver Plated Ice Pitchers A Molas
ses Cups, 25.00 60,00
See what the most popular and widely circulated
periodical* say of our Establishment ;
From the " Dispatch" of February 25, 1865.
We take pleasure in calling the attention of our
readers to the announcement of Messrs Devaugh A
Co.'s Great Sale of Jewelry, Silver Ware, and Fancy
Goods, in our advertising columns. We are person-
ally acquainted with the members of this firm and
know them to be gentlemen of sterling worth ami
integrity Their stock of goods for variety and ex
tent, we have scarcely seen pa.alk-led.
From the of Fashion," March 1, 1865.
Messrs. Devaugh A Co.'s Great Sale of Jewcley,
etc, opened on the 15th ult., and we veutuue to
say that DO finer display of goods WHS ever exhibited
by any establishment in this city. The ladies
thronged their bazaar almost to suffocation.although
th 3 streets were rendered nearly impassable by the
melted snow and slush. We j redict for them a
From the "Ledger" February 28 1865.
Our lady friends should visit the extensive estab
lishment of Messrs. Devaugh A Co*. No, 15 Maiden
Lane, if they wish to indulge themselves with a sight
which they will long remember- Such a profusion
of eiogant Watches, Chains, Kings, Earrings and,in
shoit, of Jewelry of every name, kind anddescrip
tion, we never before witnes.-ed. Their silver and
plated ware is superb and almost casts into the shade
the other splendid establishments wh eh have long
been the boast of our city. It is estimated that
their stock is worth not less than one million of dol
From the "Tribune" of April 21, 1965.
An acquaintance of over 19 years with Messrs
Girard W. Devaugh A C. warrants us in speaking
ill the highest terms ot them. Tbey are among our
oldett Maiden Lane Jewelers and have lung enjoyed
a wid® and enviable reputation.
From the '■Staats Zeitung" of April 24, 1965.
Many of the hands in our office have speculated in
the Enterprise of Messrs. Devaugh A Co., and
though none of them have yet realized ''a fortune,'
all express themselves well pleased with their ven
ture. Two of the in by worki~g ' after hours bae
made over S2OO eaeh within six weeks
HOW YOU CAN GET A PKIZE.
Send Twenty-Fire Cents to us and as soon
we riceive it ws will mail you a Certificate showing
what you are entitled to. If the article or article*
please you, send back the Certificate and One Dol
lar and wo will forward you the article, no matter
how costly it rnvy be, If the article is not what
yu wish, state, when you send the Certificate and
dollar, what other article of the same value you pre
fer and we will send it. If you wish more than one
Certificate send u- <1 and we will send five ; for £2.
eleven ; for $3, thirty : for 810, sixty-, for 15,
one hun lrt d.
Agents ace wanted in the Army and in every
place We have an immense stock of goods to dis
pose of, aa 1 need a targe nutnOer of Agents. Our
terms to Agents are very liberal and some even of
our Lady Agents are making from S3 to <2O a day,
We give Agents 50 per cent, on all Certificates thry i
scli providid tbey remit net less than 31 for eight
iff Write your name and address distinctly, and
sap only what is necessary.
G IRAKI) -V DEVAUGH St CO..
No. 16 Mai dtp Lane, New York.
DR. TALBOTT'S PILLS.
Ci mposed ol L Concentrated Extracts
HOOTS ANI) HERBS,
Of the greatest medicinal value, prepared from the
oiigiual prescriptions of the celebrated Dr. TAI.BOTT,
and used by bim with remarkable success for twenty
years. An infallible remedy in all
DISEASES OF THE LIVER,
OR ANV PERAVGKMKNT OP THE
Diarrhea. Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Jaundice,
Biliousness, Liver Complaint.
The well-known Dr. MOTT nys of those Pills : —"I
have used the formula from which your Pills are
made, in my practice for over 12 years , tliey hav
the finest effect upon the Liver aud Digestive Or
gans of any medicine in the world, and are the most
perfect Purgative which has ever yet been made by
anybody. They are safe and pleasant to take, but
powerful to cure. Their penetrating properties
stimulate the vital activitii sof the body, remove
tbe obstructions of its organs, purifying the bleod,
and expel disease. They purge out the foul humor
which breed and grew distemper stimulate sluggish
or disordered organs into their natural action, and
inpart a healthy tone with strength to the whole
system. Not only do they cure the every day com
plaints of everybody, but also formidable and dan
gerous diseases, and being purely vegetable are free
from any risk or harm. No person who has once
used these Pills will ever be without them."
They create pure blood and remove all impurities
frou the system, hence ore a positive cure for
FEVERS, HEADACHE, PILES, MER
CURIAL DISEASES AND HEREDI
DOSE— For adults, one Pill in the morning : for
children 8 years, half a Pill.
Price One Dollar per Box. supplied, or
sen tby Mail, post paid, to any part of the United
States or Canada* on receipt of price. No Gen
uine without the facsimile signature of V. Mott
Talbott, M. D
V. MOTT TALBOTT * Co.,
No. 62 Fulton St., New York.
Do you want Whiskers or Moustaches ? Our Gre
cian Componnd will force them to gro./ on the
smoothest faee or chin, or hair on bald heads, in Six
Weeks. Price, <I.OO, Sent by mail' anywhere,
cbasely sealed, on receipt of price.
Address, WARNER A CO., Box 139, Bnoklyn,
U. S 7-30 LOAN.
By authority of the Secretary of the Treasury,the
undersigned, the General Subscription Agent for the
sail|of United States Securities, offers to the publifc
the third series of Treasury Notes, bearing seven
and three-tenths per cent, interest per annum.known
These notes are issued under date of July IS, 1866
and are payable three years from that date in cur
rency, or are fontirtible at the option of the holder
U. A, S-20 Six per cent,
These Bonds are now worth a hanlsnwe premium
and are exempt, as are all the Government Bonds,
from State, County, and Municipal taxation,which
adds from one to three per cent, per annum to their
value, according to the rate leviad upon other pro
perty. The interest is payable semi-annually by
coupons attached to each note, which may be cut off
and sold to any bank or banker.
One cent per day on a 9SO note,
Two cents " • gioo •
Ten • 4 85 00
20 *• •' "SIOOO "
#1 *• * "SAOOO *
Notes of all the denominations named will be
promptly furnished upon receipt of subscriptions.
The Notes of this Third Series are precisely simi
lar in torm and privileges to the Seven-' hirties al
ready scld. except that the Government reserves to
itself the option of paying interest in gold coin at 6
per cent, instead of 7 3-lCths in currency. Subscri
bers will deduct the interest in currency up to July
15th, at the time when they subscribe,
The delivery of the notes of this third series of the
Seven-thirties will commence on the first of June,
and will be made promptly and continuously after
The t light cbdnge madejin the conditions of this
THIItD SERIES affects only the matter of interest.
The payment in gold, if made, will be equivalent to
the currency internet of the higher rate.
The return to specie payments, in the event of
which only will the option tr pay interest in Gold be
availed of, would so reduce and equalize prices that
purchases made with six per coot, in gold would be
fully equal to those made with seven and three
tenths per cent, in currency, This is
This is the ONLY LOAN IN MARKET now
offered by the Government, and constitutes the
GREAT POPULAR LOAN OP THE
Less than #230,000 000 of the Loan authorized by
Congress are now on the market. This amount, at
the rate at which it is being absorbed, will all be
subscribed for within sixty days, when the notes will
undoubtedly command a premium, as has uniformly
been the case on closing the subscriptions to other
In order that citizens of every toait nd section of
the country may be afforded f.ic°liti eg for taking the
loan, the National Banks, State Backs, s.nd Private
Bankers throughout tiie country have generally ]
sgreed to receive subscriptions at par. Subscribers
will select their own agents, in whom they hare con- (
fidence, nnd who only are to be responsible for the
delivery of the notes for which they receive orders. ]
JAY COOKE, ,
SUBSCRIPTION AGENT, Philadelphia. <
SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL B*. RECEIVED by the Wyo
tuyoiniLK National Bank at Tunkhannock ; at the
First and Second National Banks at Scranton, J
Wilkesßarre Towandu and Pittston.
THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK
OF TIIECITY OF NEW YORK.
CAPITAL., R.IOOO OOO.PAID IN, 1
FISCAL AGENT OF TIIE UNITED STATES, 1
AND SPECIAL AGENT TOR JAY COOKE- SußscairTio* 1
Will deliver 7-30 Notes, Free of •
by express, in all parts of the coud'™, and receive
in payment Checks on New York, Philadelphia,
Boston, current bills, and all five per cent, interval
notes, with interest to date of subscription. Orders
sent by mail will be promptly filled
This Bank receives the accounts of Bank and
Bankers on favorable terms ; also of individuals
keeping New York accounts.
J T. HILL. Cashier. J. U. OR VIS, President.
New and Elegant
Of all the Latest and most Reliable
PARIS AND NEW YORK ,
FOR LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
MRS. S. E. BARNES,
who offers her services to the
LADIES OF TUNKHANNOCK,
and vioinity to FIT AMD MAKE DRESSES and
CLOTHING of every Description for women and
A liberal share of the public patronage is solicited
R OOMS, opposite Baldwin's Hotel—np stairs.
MRS. S- E. BARNES,
STEV ENS & MAY.
IIANC FACTORS OF
garble Jltonnncuts atl tone Sttsrs
OX EVERY DESCRIPTION'
MANTIEPIECES.TABIE AND STAND TOPS-POSTS.
FURNISHED ON SHORT NOTICE.
CEMETERY LOTS FENCED AND FIT
TED CP TO ORDER.
M.M a S " t " 8 ' \ SCRANTO.N PA.
1865 URAD 1865.
HAND TO YOUR NEIGHBOR.
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ME RC ANTILE APPRAISEMENT.
The undersigned, having been appointed Mercan
ile appraiser for the County of Wyomiag, for the
year 1865, hereby certifies the following to be a
correct list of Retailers in Foreign Merchandize
with their names, class and rate in the severe
Townships to wit t
CLASS NAMES RATE
12 E. Merritt #12,50
13 Stevens A Taylor 10,00
11 Bunnell A Brother, 10,00
12 Gardner A Son 12,50
12 E- Frear A Co. 12,50
12 H. AS. C. Mathewsoa 12,#0
13 W. Briggs A Son 10,00 .
13 John Wells 10,00
14 J. V Carpenter 7,000
13 Amos Beetner 10,00
13 (Lavi Sherwood 10,00
14 Peter McQueen 7,00
14 H. Hitchcock 7.00
15 G. H. Burgess 7,00
13 J. T. Jeonings A Brother 10,00
13 Wn H. Barnes 10,00
14 Henry Love 7,00
14 Wm. Jennings 7,00
12 Sterling A Loo in is 12,60
13 1). H&nkiuson 10,00
14 Jacob Hallow 7,00
12 Williams A Birge 12,50
12 H. P. Hallstead 12,50
14 N. P. Wilcox 7,00
14 Billings A Squire 7,00
14 E. Nichols 7,00
14 S- L Tiffany 7,00
13 H Keeler 10.00
13 Howard A Winters 10,00
14 Wm. C. Garey 7,00
11 T. L. Ross A Co. 15,00
12 Mott A Wright 12,50
14 John Weil 7,00
14 Samuel Stark 7,00
14 C. P. Miller 7,00
14 E. Wheelock 7,00
1 p Geo. Lelghton 700
14 T.B. Wall * 7 00
14 C. M. Koon 7,00
15 R. Ross 7,00
14 Hiram S Graves 7,08
13 F. C. Bunnell 10.00
13 G. W. Furman 10.00
14 F. W. Zimmerman 7,00
An appeal will be held at the Court Houe, on
Saturday, July fiist, ISCS, for all who may feel
aggrieved by said assessment.
PAUL CLAYTON. Mercantile Appraiser.
A LA MODE :
LATEST FROM NEW YORK
MRS. A. G. STARK, TAKES PLEASURE IN
again informing her friends, and the ladies gen
erally that she has received, and is still receiving
a new and well selected assortment of
SPIIING AND SUMME R GOODS,
Consisting of HATS. BONNETS, RIBBONS
FLOSSES, FEATHERS, LACES, HEAD
DRESSES, and, in short all art.cks usually
found in a
She solicits a call from all requiring GOODS in
her line, before purchasing else whet e. Mrs Stark
can be found at the 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
Dn.mas-M a Bam,
and at all times will be prepared to Fit and Make
Dresses in the latest and most approved manner.—
Soliciting your calls before purchasing elsewhere, we
MRS A G STARK.
TuDk May 10th 1865
Auburn 4 Corners.
The s bscribers are running a New Daily Line of
Stages, on the above route.
Passengors from Auburn 4 Corners start from that
pUce at three o'clock A. M —arrive at Bacon's
Hotel in time for breakfast, and to take the EX
PRESS train for NEW YORK and PHILADEL
PHIA, or the Accommodation Train going north
and west. Start from Nicholson Depot on arrival
of Express and Accommodation trains take supper at
Bacon's Hotel and arrive at Auburn 4 Corners the
GOOD HORSES HD HACKS.
andobliging and attentive Drivers on the line.
Mar 22 1865. S. D. BACON
Imfs c< aisWwm'; sBEN
St. Nicholas Block, 505 Broadway
(Formerly of "GBMIM'S BAZAAR, ')
Under whose Superindence the above Department*
are conducted, is pleased to annouuee to her former
patrons and the Ladies of New York generally, that,
in connection with the numerous ARTISTES under
her direction, she is prepared to furnish, promptly,
ftlics, jKir.fg cnb Cfrillrcrt (flatjit
infl to ((Drier,
LADIES' UNDER LINEN.
Oftoe Quality, Kept la Stock, ready for immedi
Particular attention given t*
Goods Sold at an
The Subscriber has just returned
from Philadelphia and New York,
with a venr large and well selected
In all its branches,
Clothing, Cassi users
and Goods for
In short, everything belonging to
a First Class Dry Goods Store.
Having bought Goods at the rery
lowest market, ''SMALL PROFITS akd
QUICK SALES" being my motto, I am
UNDERSELL THE LOWEST.
I invite my friends and Custouaeia,
and the Public generally, to examine
my Goods. JOHN WEIL.
AND SO HAS
o. s. Mills'
STOVE AND~ TIN-SHOP
where every thing iti the line of his trad* san.be
bad at the
LOWEST LIVING PROFITS.
HOUSE-KEEPERS will find at hit Shop, ttelat
est and most improved Patterns of-
with all the FURNITURE aad FlXTCrßßDeemplete.
Roofing & Guttering
in all its branches, attended to on short noticeend en
PROMPTLY, NEATLY, AND CHEAPLY BONK.
&. 9. MILXJ
lunkhanno. k, Apr. 12th, 1863. v3-n&3.
E. St H,T, ANTHONY At CO,,
Manufacturers of Photographic Ma
WHOLESALE AND RELAIL,
501 BROAD 7FAY, N. Y.
In to our main bobinoss of PHOTO
GRAPHIC MATERIALS, w# are Hadywrtttt fir
the foil nving, vis •
STEfiESCOPEi AID STEIOTIC
Of we have an immense assortment, iacFadlag
War Scenes, American and Foreign C.tiee end
Landscapes, Groups, Statuary, Ac. Me, Also, re.
volving Sterescopes, for public or private exhibi
tion. Our catalogue will be sent to any address en
receipt of Stamp.
We wero the first to introduce these into the Unit
ed States, and we niani facture immense quantities
in great va-tety ranging in price tr m 50 cents to
•50. Our ALBUMS Lave the reputation of being
superior in beauty and durability to any others
They will be sent by mail, free, on receipt of price,
E3TFINE ALBUMS MADE TO ORDER
Our Cataloguewbrn YPwcasu rbik FIVE THOU
SAND different s Kae"kuboe additions an
continually being made) of Portrai te of Fir'-tiH
Americans, Ac., via : about
100 Mnjor-Generala, 550 Statesmen,
200 Brig.-Generals, 130 Divines,
275 Colonies; 125 Authors,
100 Lieut.-Cotonels, 40 Artists,
250 Other Officers 125 Stage,
75 Navy Officers. 50 Prom'at Women,
156 Prominent Foreign Portraits
1 00 COPIES OF WORKS OF ART,
including reproductions of the most celebrated En
gravings, Paintings, Statues Ac. Catalogue seat en
receipt of Stamp. An order for One Dosea PIC
TERES from our Catalogue will be filled on the re
ceipt of §I,BO and sent by mail, FREE.
Photographers and others ordering goads 0. O.
D. will plea e remit twenty-five per oast of thn
amowi their order.
E At H. T ANTHONY dk CO.
Manr\/aeturers qf Photographic Material,
501 BROADWAY NEW Yo|t|L
The prices and Quality qf our Goods
Not 9 1863' l|^qi
LOST at Terytown, in the Susquehanna rivut. an
the 24th day of March, an old leathar peeket*baM
tied up with a shoe*(ring, containing money, in th*'
neighborhood of $l2O or sl3o.The finder will ha nt%
titled to the above reward, by returning the packet."
book and money to the subscriber, at Tnvnnda
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