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54110411 Nailing, 101; 6, 1867.
rp• The Morning Paseenger train for Lan
caster and Philadelphia Will leave the upper
e lation at 12 minutes after 8 o'cloek. The
Nail train going westward will pass upper
gallon it 7 minutes after 12 o'clock, NOON.
The Harrisburg accommodation train eastward
wOl pan at 26 minutes after 5 o'clock, in the
afternoon and returning arrive here at 43
minutes after 6 o'clock in the evening
On our first page will be found a
l e ngthy, but very interesting article on
the Union Pacific Railroad—and how it
is to be built. It should be read by
every intelligent citizen.
Gr Read the quarterly statement of
oar Bank. So long as this institution is
is the hands of the kind of business
men now at its head, we expect to see
no other exhibit of its condition,
a There will be a sermon to the
children preached on Sunday morning
next in the Presbyterian church, by Rev.
ldr. Fleming. The eabbath school
scholars will also sing a number of
pieces. .. . . . .
sor The old "Donegal House" now
presents a Jaous-faced appearance. A
goat of red paint adorns the front with
the name of "Seltzer House" inscribed
between the second and third stories.
On the Gay street front the calf yellow
color still remains, with the name of
, 'Donegal lime" standing out in large
letters. bn Market Square an oval sign,
standing out a few feet from the house,
still tells the weary traveler that "this
is the "Donegal HOTEL." Such a trio
of namee would sadly perplex a traveler
to determine whether the one building
oltztaiDed three hotels, or the ambitious
owner was determined to have three
names to one hotel.
u William Whiteside, eeq., for a
number of years a member of the Lan
caster bar, died at his residence, in that
city, after a brief illness., of diabetes.
Mr. W. served for a camber of years in
the City Councils and in the School
Board, in both of which bodies he was
an active, efficient and influential mem
ber. He took an activ,e part in all
movements for the advancement of the
cause of popular education, and devoted
leech of his time to this subject. fie
was widely known, and we may safely
say, that he died with few, if any, ene
Cr The remains of a man were found
under a pile of stones, nsar McCall's
Ferry, on the York county side of the
Susquehanna river, a few days ago.—
The remains bore the appearance of
having lain under the stone for a num.
ber of years. About ten years ago, it is
said, a man disappeared, suddenly and
mysteriously, in the neighborhood of
fir /tin ER11136 H., and Harry Eagle,
and Henry. Illusselman, jr., who have
been spending the past five or six
months in Europe, all three returned to
their homes, in this borough, on Satur
sir The Columbia Spy says : " We
understand that the contract for build
ing the Columbia bridge has been
awarded to a Mr. Campbell, of North
sr Robinson's Circus will exhibit in
Columbia to day. At this place it was
"filled to a pack,'' and "everybody and
the rest of mankind" said it was a "good
Rev. J. P. Miller, of the Philadel
phia Conference, and Pastor of the Mt.
Joy M. E. church, will preach to-mor
tow (July 7th) morning, in the Metho
dist E. church, Marietta, at the usual
hour, The public is cordially invited.
lir The Fourth was very quietly cel
ebrated in our place. All the stores and
places of business were closed and "our
loung america" with fire crackers and
berglar alarms took full swaF. There
Were several plc nice—some went to the
country—others across the river, and
thus was the glorious 4th of July 1867;
poised in Marietta.
Stec]. W. I]. Eagle has had erected
a very neat fence in front of the lot di
viding his residence from the "Donegal-
Seltzer House-Hotel," which he recently
purchased from Mrs. James Whitehill.
The appearance of the square is consid
lir The " Bop," which was to have
come off at Pine-et., on the evening of
the fourth, WOP, on account of the rain,
postponed until Monday evening. A
floe platform had been laid down for the
l eucere, which has been taken up, but
pill be re-laid on Monday afternoon.
er The members of the State Cen
tral Committee from this county arts J.
is• Stehman and George Brubaker.
Elate of Samuel Bailie, late of the bo
rough of Marietta, deceased.
Letters Testamentary on said estate having
'Gen granted to the undersigned, all per
sons indebted thereto are requested to make
i mmediate payment, and those having claims
1 1 demands against the same wiN present them
without delayfor settlement to the undersigned-
July 6,1667-6 t.
SCHENCK'S SEAWEED TONIC. This medi
cine invented by Dr. J. H. Schenck, of Phila
delphia, is intended to dissolve the food and
make it into chyme, the first process of diges
tion. By cleansing the stomach with Schenck's
Mandrake Pills, the tonic soon restores the
appetite, and food that could not be eaten be
fore using it will be easily digested.
Consumption cannot be cured by Schenck's
Pulmonic Syrup unless the stomach and liver
is made healthy and the appetite restored,
hence the Tonic and Pillikare required in near
ly every case of consumption. A half dozen
bottles of the SEAWEED TONIC and three or
four boxes of the MANDRAKE PILLS will cure
any ordinary case of dyspepsia.
Dr. Schenck makes professional visits 'in
New York, Boston, and at his principal office
in Philadelphia every week. See daily papers
of each place, or his pamphlet on consump
tion for his days for visitation.
Please observe,-when purchasing, that the
two likennesses af the Doctor, one when in
the last stage of Consumption, and the other
as he now is, in perfect health, are on the Gov
ernment stamp. • .
Sold by all druggists and dealers, price $1.50
per bottle or $7.50 the half dozen. All letters
for advice should be addressed to Da.
SCHENCK'S Principal office, No: 15 North 6th
Street, Philadelphia, I a.
General Wholesale Agents: Demos Barnes
& Co., N. Y. ; S. S. Hance, Baltimore, Md. ;
John. D. Parke, Cincinnati, Ohio; Walker &
Taylor Chicago, Ill,; Collins Bros., St. Louis.
Missouri. [Oct. 20'66-Iy-Istw.
WONDERFUL BUT TRUE.—Madame Rem
ington, the world renowned Astrologist an
Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while in a clair
voyant state, delineates the very features of
the person you are to marry, and by the aid
of an instrument of intense power, known as
the Psychomotrope, guarantees to produce a
perfect and life-like picture of the future hus
band or wife of the applicant, with date of
marriage, occupation, leading traits of charac
ter, &c. Thirs is no imposition, as testimonials
without number can assert. By stating place
of birth, age, disposition, color of eyes and
hair, and enclosing fifty cents, and stamped
envelope addressed to yourself, you will re
ceive the picture by return mail s together with
3 Address in confidence, MADAME GER
TRUDE REMINGTON, P. O. Box 297, West
Troy, N. Y.
MARRIED L t r c:--Serious reflections for
Young Men, on the Errors, Abuses and Disea
ses Induced by ignorance of Natures Laws; a
personal narrative of misery, despair and final
restoration, by simple means. Should be read
by every young man in the country. Sent,
for the benefit of all, without money and with
out price. Sent in a sealed envelope to any
sdaress, free of charge. Address JAMES S.
BUTLER, Box 5197, General Post Office*. Y.
ERRO Rs or Yo UTH .—A gentleman who suf
fered for years from Nervous debility, Prema
ture decay, and all the effects of youthful in
discretion, will, for the sake of suffering hu
manity, send free to all who need it, the reci
pe and directions for making the simple reme
dy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing
to profit by the a dvertiser's experience, can do
so, by addressing in perfect corldence.
Jon st B. OGDEN . , 42 Cedar street, N. Y.
EMPIRE 4I METES Yla'cztinEs are superior
to all othets for family and manufacturing
purposes; contain all the latest improvements
are speedy, noisleas, durable and easy to work
Illustrated Circulars sent free. Agents want
ed. Liberal discount allowed. Pio consign
ments made. Address EMPIRE S. M. Co, 16
Broadway,. N. Y. [xiii:6-iy
FREE TO EVERYBODY.-A large 6 pp. Circu
lar, giving information of the greatest import
tance to the young of both sexes. -
It teaches bow the h3Mely may become
beautiful, the despised respected, and the for
saken loved. No young lady or gentleman
should fail to send their address, and receive
a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. 0. Drawer, 21,
Troy, N. Y.
!tom ITCH !—ITCH !—ITCH ! ! Scratch .
Scratch. 1! Scratch !!! WHEATON'S OINT
MENT will cure the ITCH in 48 hours. Also
cures Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilbrains and al
ertptions of the skin. Price 50 cents. For
sale by all druggists. By sending 60 cents to
WEEKS & POTTER, sole agents, 170 Washing
ton-st., Boston, it will be forwarded by mail,
free of postage, to any part of the Union.
iIfIARREAGE AND CELABACT.—AII essay o
warning and instruction for young men : also,
Diseases and Abuses which prematurely pros
trate the Vital Powers. with sure means of
releif. Sent free of charge, in sealed letter
envelopes. Address, DR. J. SEILLIN Hoven -
TON, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth
Street, Poiladelphla, Pa. [july 1,'66 -Iy.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT Buchu sad Im
proved Roae Wash cures secret and delicate
disorders in all their stages, at little expense,
little or no change of diet, no inconce - nience,
and no exposure. It is pleasant in taste and
odor, immediate in its action, and free from
all injurious properties.
P - FOR Non-retention or Incontinence of
Urine, irrifiition, inflammation or ulceration
of the bladder, or kidneys, diseases of the pros
tate glands, stone' in the bladder. calculus,
gravel or brick dust deposits. and all diseases
of the bladder, kidneyi and dropsical swellings
USE HELMBOLDN FLUID ExTRACT BuCHU•
HELMBOLD ; SCON cENTRATeD EXTRACT
Buchu is the Creat Diuretic
HELMOOLD'O CONCENTRATED EXTRACT
Is the Great Bt od Purifier
Both are prepared according to rules of
Pharmacy and Chemistry, and are the most
active that can be made.
rit.• HELMBOLD'S Extract Buchu gives
health and vigor to the frame and bloom to
he pallid cheek. Debility is accompanied by
t many alarming symptoms, and if no treatment
is submitted to, consumption, insanity or epi
leptic fits ensue.
TAKE no more unpleasant and unsafe
remedies for unpleasant and dangerous dis
eases. Use Itelmbold's Extract Buchu and
improved Rose Wash •
.11:r ENFEEBLED and delicate eonstitu
lions, of both sexes, use Helmbold's Extrac
Buehu. It will give brisk and energetic feel
ngs, and enable you to sleep wel
;Cr HELMBOLD'S Fluid Extract Duchn is
pleasant in taste and odor, free from injurious
properties, and immediate in its action.
"07 MiYNElool),apd y_olttiful vigor are re
gataied by lielrotrofd'r Extreetßuchu,
c• - *TIIEd
THZ LAws or HEALTH.—It is useless for
State Legislatures to pass laws for the preser
vation of the public health, if the great law of
self.preserration, which depends for its en
forcement upon the will of the indtvidual, is
suffered to rel sin a dead letter.
There Is scarcely an adult member of the
community, of either sex, in this country, who
has not seen the testimony in favor of nos-
TETTEII'S STOMACH BITTERS, furnished over
their own signatures by persons of acknowl
edged eminence in science, literature, art,
commerce and every department of business
and professional life. These witnesses have
declared in the most explicit terms that the
preparation is a safeguard against epidemics,
a sovereign remedy for dyspepsia, a valuable
anti•bilious medicine. a promoter of appetite,
a genial and harmless stimulant, a good accli
mating medicine, a strengthener of the nerves,
a general invigorant, ir protection against the
deleterious effects of malaria and impure wa
ter, and that it imparts a degree of vigor and
activity to the vital forces which is not com
municated 'by' any other of the tonics and
Eton achics in use Under these circumstan
ces the self-preservative law of nature should
teach every rational person who, either by
reason of instinct debility or in consequence
of exposure to unwhiSesome influences, is in
peril of losing the greatest of all temporal
blessings, REALTII, the Importance of using
the bitters as a defensive medicine. Dyspep.
tics who neglect to give it a trial are simply
their own enemies. It is guaranteed to cure
Indigestion in all its forms, and the bilious
and nervous will find nothing in the whole
range of official and proprietary medicines
which will afford them the same relief.
Know Tint Desxisiv.—Madame E. F
Thornton, the Great English Astrologist, Clair
voyant and Psychometrician, who has aston
ished the scientific classes of the Old World,
has now located herself at Hudson, N. Y.
Madame Thornton possesses such wonderful
powers of second sight, as to enable her to im
part knowledge of the greatest importance to
the single or married of either sex. While in
a state of trance, she delineates the iery fea
tures of the person you are to marry, and by
the aid cf an instrument of intense power,
known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of the future hus
band or wife of the applicant, 4 together with
date of marriage, position in life, leading traits
of character, &c. This is no humbug, as
thousands of testimonials can assert. She
will send when desired, a certified certificate
or written guarantee, that the picture is what
it purports to be. By enclosing a small lock
of hair, and stating place of birth, age, dispo
sition and complexion, and enclosing duty
cents and stamped envelope?addressed to your-
Self, you will receive the picture and desired
information by return mail. All communica
tions sacredly confidential. Address in confi
dence, MADAME, E. F. THORNEON, P.O. Box
223, Hudson, N. Y.
A YOUNG LADY returning to her country
home, after a sojourn of a few months in the
city, was hardly recognized by her friends,
In place of a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she
had a soft ruby complexion of almost marble
smoothness, and instead of twenty-three she
really appeared but eighteen. Upon inquiry
as to the cause of so great a change, she plain.
ly told them that she used the CIRCASSIAN
BALM, and cnnsicLered it an invaluable acqui
sition to any Lady's toilet. By its use any
Lady or Gentleman can improve their person
al appearance an hundred fold. It is simple
in its combination, as Nature herself is simple,
yet unsurpassed in its efficacy in drawing im
purities from, also healing, cleansing and
beautifying the skin and complexion. By its
direct action on the cuticle it draws from it all
its impurities, kindly healing the same, and
leaving the surface as Nature intened it
should be, clear, soft, smooth and beautiful.
Price $l, sent by mail or express, on receipt
of an order, by W. L. CLARK & CO.,
No. rWest Fayette St., Syracuse, N. Y.,
The only American Agents for the sale of
To CoNsuaterzvEs.—The advertiser, having
been restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered for
several years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease Consumption—is anxious to
make known to his fellow-sufferers the means
of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a
copy of the prescription used (free of charge)
with the directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will find a SURE CURE
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs,
Colds, and all throat and lung affections. The
only object of the advertiser in . sending the
prescription is to • benefit the affiicted, and
spread information which be conceives to be
invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, as it -will cost them nothing,
and may prove a blessing. Pasties wishing
the prescription, free, by return mail, will
please address Rev. EDWARD A. Wu.sorr,
Williamsburgh, 'Kings Co., N. Y
ie - Deafness,• Blindness and Catarrh, trea
ted with the utmost success, by J. ISAACS,
M. D., Oculist and Auribt, (formerly of Ley
den, Holland,) No. 519 PINE st., Philadel
phia. Testimonials from the moat reliable
sources in the city and country can be:seen at
his office. The medical faculty ere invited tc
accompany their patients, as he has no secrets
in his practice. Artificial Eyes inserted with
out pain. No charge for examination.
Southwest Corner of Market Square.
THE ACADEMY building will be re-open•
ed to receive the support of the public.
The Academical year will consist of two terms,
the first term to commence with the first Mon
day in September, and to continue twenty
four (24) weeks : The second term, with the
second Monday in April, to continue sixteen
(16) weeks. Charges for the respectivejerms
are as follows : For first term, of twenty4our
weeks, (according to age and advancement)
from $2O to $3O. For second term, of sixteen
weeks, from $lO to $2O. Children under 12
of age, for winter term, 4112; or for summer
term, $B,OO. Stationery, use of books and
tuition included. Terms for boarders, and
further particulars, see circular.
D. H. DITCHER,
Marietta, Lancaster Co., Ps
Marietta, June 29, 1867.-2m.J
NAMEL OF AMERICA, for beautifying
rj the complexion, softening the akin, re
moving tan, freckles and pimples.
Sale at Dr. Landis' "Golden Mortar." .
A CHOICE Lot of Books for children called
iasketructable Pleasure Books; School and
Paper Books, Stationary, Pens, Pen holden
dce„ at DE. LA NDIS'.
ID ROOM HANDLES, a choice lot rece • e
P and for sale st T. • SPANGLER' 5.
B/L. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHDRItY
—ln the whole history of medical discoveries
no remedy bas performed so many or such
remarkable cures of the numerous affections
of the Throat, Lungs and Chest, as this long
tried and justly celebrated Balsam. So gen-
erally acknowledged is the superior excel
lence of this remedy that but few of the many
who have tested its virtues by experience fail
to keep it at hand as a speedy and certain
cure for sudden attacks of Cold—fully be-
lieving that its remedial powera are compre
hensive enough to embrace every form of die.
ease. from the slightest cold to the most den-
gerous symptoms of pulmonary complaint
UNSOLIC ITED TESTIMONY.
From Rev. Francis LodeU, Pastor of the South
Congregational church, Bridgeport, Con.
I consider it a duty which I owe to sulf.
ering humanity to bear testimony to the virr
hies of DI. Wistar' Balsam of Wild Cherry,
I have used it—when I have had occasion fo
any remedy for Coughs, Colds or Sore Thu oat
-for many years, and never in a single in
stance has it failed to cute me. I have fre
quently been very hoarse on Saturday, and
looked forward to the delivery o f two sermons
on the following day with sad misgivings, but
by a liberal use of the Balsam, my hoarseness
has invariably been removed, and I have
preached without difficulty.
I commend it to my brethren in the - ministry
and to public speakers generally, as the best
remedy for the bronchial troubles to which we
are peculiarly exposed "
Prepared by SETH W. FOWLE& SON
Tremont St., Boston, and for sale by drug
For all the Protean forms of Disease origi
there is,nothing that can equal the purifyiag
effects or lodine when administered in a pure
state. Da. H. Anoints' lodine Water is a
pure solution of lodine dissolved in water,
without a solvent, and is the best remedy - for
Scrofula and kindred diseases ever discovered.
Circulars free. S. P. DINSMORE,
Sold by Druggists. 36 Dey Street, N. Y.
Down with the High Prices !
GABLE & STRICKLER,
Market street, one door west of the Poet
Have just received a full and complete Mock
of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
Carpeting, Floor andVaiii3 Cloth, Win
dow Shades, Hate and Caps.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goode. Glass and
Queensware, Groceries, Fish, salt, etc„
Which will be sold very cheap for
5000 yards of Calicod - at 10 cents a yard.
5000 cc C 4 IC IC 12 CC Cc Cc
5000 c• cc cc 4115 CC CC te
5000 cc cc cc cc 16 cc cc cc
5000 cc cc cc
e cc 18 cc cc cc
Unbleached Muslines—yard wide, at 10, 12,
14, 16, 18, and 20 cents,
Bleached Muslim -at 10 and 12; yard wide at
14, 16, 18, 20. darseilles and Brilliantes.
Mouse de Lains at 22 and 25.
Plain and 'figured all-wool Detainee at 45 to
50 cents. We have also added to our stock a
most complete assortment of
Consisting of Plain, Striped and Plaid Jaco
net and Cambric Muslins ; Plain and Dotted
Figured Swiss ; Plain and Figured Nansooks ;
Bishop and Victoria Lawns; While and Or
gandie Lawns; 5-4 White shired Muslin. A
full assortment of Jaconet and Swiss Insert
ing and Edging. together with a large stack of
Ladies' Dress Goods and Cloaking Cloths,
and a large stock of Notions ; a full line 01
Youth's and Men's Cloths and Cassimeres.
Dal- If you wish to save money, give us a
call. GABLE & STRICKLER.
Nat sag lur ,stort t
Removed (temporarily) to the room for
merly occupied by the Examiner Sr
Herald Publication office,
NORTH QUEEN STREET 44 ,
WE would tespectfully announce that our
styles for the present season are now
ready, consisting of
Gentlemen'a Dress Silk, Cassimere, Plain and
Brush, Fur and Wool, or Cassimerett,
Stiff Cassimere, Soft and Steel exten
ded Brims, and Flexible Self-ad
, justing and D'Orsay Brim
3C - 1C _AL 'AU __
In new, novel and beautiful designs, and at
such prices as to make it an inducement for
all to purchase.
Caps ! Caps 1
Cur stock of Caps comprises all the newest
styles for Men, Boys and Children's wear.
The lowest selling price marked in figures on
each article, and never varied from, at
SHULTZ & BROTHER'S,
Hat, Cap and Fur Store,
No. 20,North Queen-st., Lancast-r.
13 , - All kinds of Shipping Furs bought and
the highest Cash prices paid. •
S. S. RATHVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F. J. Kramph's Old Stand, on the Co,
ner of North Queen an:l Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
GA TlEg U L to the Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same; as
suring them, that under all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of conftdence'reposed.
CLOTHS, CASSIM ERES AND V ESTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goonds
and such articles as usually belong , to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
Boarding School for Boys and a Day
School for both sacs.
SCHOOL SELECT, and number limited.
Students from the neighborhood will be
admitted as boarders from Monday to Friday.
For circulars, address
• REV. H. S. ALEXANDER,
June 29, 1867.-3m.]
GAO. H. ETTL A, Accountant
THE undersigned, a practical Accountant,
respectfully offers his services, , in the
Opening, Posting and Closing of Books, ex
amining and adjusting accounts; also to care
fully transact such other business pertaining
to his profession that may be entrusted to his
He is also agent for the Great Eastern De
tective Horse and Live Stock Insurance Corn
pally, cash capital $lOOlOOO. Insures Horses,
Mules, Cattle and Sheep, againit Inas by
Theft and Death, Fire, Accident or natural
Marietta, April 601 y.
BU RNHAM'S American Business
COLLEGE, SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
A model school of Trade. associating Theory
with Practice by a system of actual business
operations, which practically illustrate and
simplify the Science of Accountantship. Mer
cantile exchange, &c. in all their various rela
RECENTLY REMOVED TO A MAGNIFICENT
EW COLLEGE BUILDING,
erected at a cost of $125,000. Acknoweledged
to be the best and most complete Business
College ever established..
800 k-keeping, Commercial Calculations and
Correspondence taught in an interesting and
practical manner. Banking houses, Merch
ants' Emporium, and fifteen business offices in
daily operation. A thoroughly organized de
partment of Mercantile Law. Physical cul
ture under a skillful gymnast. Penmanship
taught by masters of the art. Students can
enter at any time; no particular degree of
adVancement required. Ladies and gentle
men prosecute their studies together, and enjoy
. t...qual advantages. Graduates have averaged
over six months in completing the prescribed
course of study, and. as a result, seven-eighths
of them have readily secured lucrative situa
tions in business. Strict attention given to
the moral and social welfare of students.
Foun SPLENDID Primes, of $75, will be
presented Dec. 25th, 1867, to the four gradu
ates who shall have entered college from
Feb Ist. to July Bth 1867, and made the best
improvement in Book-Keeping and Business
Writing. Partioulars in'College Review, just
SPRINGFIELD is situated iu the beautiful
Connecticut River Valley ; bas 25,000 inhabit
ants, is a city of great business activity, and
the most healthy and delightful place of resi
dence in New England.
COLLEGE; Rzyzew, Circulars, etc., giving
full particulars relating to the course of study
expense of board and tuition may be had gra
tis. Persons in pursuit of the most complete
Educational facilities should address LOUIS
W. BURNHAM, President, Springfield,
Mass. June, lti67._
R ODMAN, FISK & CO.,
BANKER' AND DEALERS L\
No. 18 Nassau St., New York.
Buy and sell at market rates. Six per cent.
Bonds-of 388 l; Five• Twenty Bonds, all is
sues ; Ten Foity Bonds; Seven-thirty Notes,
all series ; Compound Interest Notes and Gold
and silver Coin.
Convert all series of 7-30 Notes into the
New ConDOlidated 5-20 bonds at best market
Execute orders for purchase and sale of all
Receive deposits and allow 5 per cent. In
terest on balances, subject to check at eight.
Make collections on -all accessible points.
All issues of Government Securities credit
ed or remitted for, on receipt, at market rates,
Free, of all commission charges. R. F. & CO.
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Nos. 443 & 445 Broadway New Yorlr,
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FREDERICK THE GREAT, and his fam
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and her daughters. 1 vol. Bvo Paper cover
$1.50; Cloth $2. " Each succeeding novel
of the well known Muhlbaeh series adds to
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JOSRPI-I 11. and his court. An Historical
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