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Volunteers attention. : $525 bounty for one year's service only. $458 cash bounty $458 Largest bounty yet offered. "Rally around the flag boys" and avoid the draft / Call on us at our office, T.W. Wilson & Co. 605 Sansom Street. P.S.----Men paid as soon a

300 recruits wanted immediately for one year's service : The highest local bounty cash in hand. $100 government bounty and three months' pay in advance. / Harris & Co., No. 533 Chestnut Street 3d story.

Any man, whether citizen or soldier, bringing to 419 Walnut St., a new recruit, will receive $15--for a veteran $25.

Stanton Cavalry 19th Penn'a Cavalry! : Avoid the draft! Now is your time to join a first-class cavalry regiment. $112 bounty! $50 cash in hand! Each recruit sent to camp as soon as enlisted. Headquarters, 22 South Fourth St. / Lt. Geo. A. Sharp, recruitin

New recruits $675 bounty. : $300 cash on enlistment for new recruits. Government bounty, $400 City bounty, 250 Ward bounty, 25 $675 / 10th U.S. Infantry (riflemen,) stationed at Fort Lafayette, New York Harbor. Term of service, 3 years. Apply at No. 419 W

Citizens' Bounty Fund. : You will facilitate the operations of the committee of citizens having the direction of this fund, by sending the amount of your subscription to me, at the Farmers and Mechanics Bank. / S.A. Mercer, treasurer.

Bounty! Bounty!! Bounty!!! : Avoid the draft and get your bounty! Co. B Capt. A. McI. Robertson, late of the artillery reserve, Army of the Potomac. Roberts' Heavy Artillery.

14th Pennsylvania Light Cavalry! : Last chance for cavalry! Don't wait to be drafted! James M. Schoonmaker, com'g. Wanted, men accustomed to horses! $162 bounty! One months' pay in advance. $100 government bounty, 50 city bounty, 10 extra bounty, 2 premiu

Recruits wanted for the 28th Penn'a Vet. Vols. : Geary's old regiment, (White Star Division) All bounties guarantied as soon as mustered in. Apply at the regimental recruiting depot, 204 Dock St. / John Flynn, Lieut. Col. 28th Reg., Pa. Veteran Vols. Supt

Company E, 157th Regiment Penn'a Volunteers, : Col. Wm. A. Gray, $302 bounty $302 One months pay in advance, and a gum blanket for each recruit, office, No. 929 Market Street. / Theo. Burkhart, Captain, F. Kraus, First Lieut.

Gentlemen wanting substitutes for the draft, : will apply at the Wetherill House, Sansom Street, above Sixth. Substitutes will also apply as above.

Head quarters, 157th Regiment, P.V. Philadelphia City Guard! : 527 Chestnut St. Col. William A. Gray. $152 bounty $152 and a gum blanket to each recruit!

Board of Trade Rifle Regiment. : 156th Pennsylvania Volunteers. Col. Chas. Ernenwein. $165 bounty cash. $165

To horse! To horse! : $400 bounty $400 Recruits received for all regiments in the field. City and ward bounties! One more chance for the 18th Penn'a Cavalry! Co's "C and H" Office, 106 South Sixth Street. City bounty, $250. Ward bounty, from $25 to $50. /

Subscribers to the 21st Ward Bounty Fund! : Organized, January 22, 1864. A. Campbell, president. Geo. A. Smith, secretary. Fred. Fairthorne, treasurer. ... Having examined the above account and the vouchers connected therewith, we find the same to be corr

Third Ward Bounty Fund subscription card. : Name, [blank] Address, [blank] Amount, [blank] This card will be called for on Saturday, April 2d.

Attention. Recruits wanted! Recruits wanted! Now is your chance! : 20 good men wanted for Co. E. City Guards State, city and Citizens' Bounty secured to all. Come before you are drafted Recruiting office: S.E. cor. Warner St. and Girard Av. above Tenth. /