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Rally 'round the flag, boys! Let the eagle scream! $25 bounty. $25 bounty. : For 100 days' service Cash bounty, "$25" as soon as mustered in. Pay "$16" per month. Recruits wanted for Co. E 20th Regiment P.V.M. Apply at once at the Custom House; 533 Chestn

Freemen, to the rescue! : Defend your state! Your homes and your property! All able-bodied men are now called upon to enroll themselves and repel the invader from our soil. A few more men wanted to fill Company H, Philad'a Light Guards Col. Geo. P. M'Lean

The Union, it must be preserved. : In memory of our Union heroes who fell in a "useless war." Who calls this a "useless war"? Surely no man in his sane mind, would call this war of the government to save its very existence a "useless war"; and after all t

Recruits wanted immediately : to fill up a company to be attached to the Third Regiment Reserve Brigade Col. C.M. Eakin. Now at Camp Dupont. The men will be furnished with all necessary equipments before leaving the city. The regiment is provided with Sib

Philadelphia Zouave Cadets A few more men wanted! : Head quarters, S.W. corner Eighth & Sansom Streets. This company will act as skirmishers, under the command of Gen. Cadwallader. Will leave for Washington in a few days. / Capt. Dan'l F. Gillen.

Turn out for state defence! : Schuylkill Guards (Union League Regiment) for three months' service Men wanted to fill the above company now organizing for state defence for three months. Mustered in and equipped before leaving. Head quarters, Schuylkill Ho

Rally to the defence of the Old Keystone State! : "Action, not words" All who wish immediately to go to the defence of our state, and do what they can to repel the invaders now threatening our firesides, are requested to come forth and enroll their names

Substitutes and volunteers wanted : Largest bounty paid in cash. Men wanted for Army and Navy. / Persons supplied with substitutes by calling on Joseph R. Folwell, N.W. cor. Brown and Lawrence Streets, 12th Ward.

Substitutes and volunteers wanted : Highest cash bounties paid. Men wanted for Army and Navy, for one, two and three years. City bounty $400 U.S. " 100 Pay 192 Total for one year's service, 692 Head quarters, N.E. cor. Beach and Laurel Sts., Philadelphia.

For the United States 6th Regiment of Cavalry for 3 years. : Pay from $14 to $23 per month, will be clothed, boarded, and pay to commence at once. Apply at my office Girard House, Chestnut Street. / Lieut. F. Dodge, 6th Cavalry, recruiting officer. The re

United States Army. Recruiting Service. : Wanted, for the United States Army, able-bodied unmarried men, between the ages of 18 and 35, not less than 5 feet 3 inches high, and of good character. A minor will not be enlisted without the written consent of

United States Army. Recruiting Service. : Wanted, for the United States Army, able-bodied unmarried men, between the ages of 18 and 35, not less than 5 feet 3 inches high, and of good character. A minor will not be enlisted without the written consent of

U.S. Marine Corps. Recruiting Service. : Wanted for the United States Marine Corps! able-bodied unmarried men, between the ages of 21 and 35, not less than 5 feet 4 1/2 inches high, and of good character. Soldiers serving in this corps perform duty at the

United States Army. Recruiting Service. : Wanted, for the United States Army, able-bodied unmarried men, between the ages of 18 and 35, not less than 5 feet 3 inches high, and of good character. A minor will not be enlisted without the written consent of

Recruits wanted for the United States 15th Regiment of Infantry for 3 years. : Apply at the rendezvous, No. 44 S. Seventh St. above Chestnut. / Capt. John V. Haughey, recruiting officer. The sum of two dollars will be paid to any citizen or soldier who sh

Sixteenth Regiment U.S. Infantry! : Recruits wanted by the undersigned to fill the ranks of a company for the above regiment, which is already organized and about to take the field. The advantages which the regular service offers to persons entering the a

Yorktown! : Wanted, a few able-bodied men, between 18 and 35 years of age, for the 17th Regiment of Infantry, U.S. Army, now at Yorktown, Va. Pay $13 per month, good clothing and provisions and medical attendance. A bounty of $100 will be given to those w

Volunteers wanted for Dallas Guards, : at the Old Church, Crown St. above Race This company is connected with Col. Conroy's regiment, and will got into camp immediately. The men will be fed and quartered at our head quarters until mustered into service. /

Attention! 10 more men wanted : to fill Company D, Jefferson Guards, attached to Col. Conroy's regiment, which will go into camp in a few days. Men will be fed and quartered at our head quarters, 2130 Market St. / John Moore, Captain.

Academy of Music. Grand Union festival : A patriotic concert will be given under the direction of Carl Gaertner, on Tuesday, May 13th, '62. For the benefit of the sick and wounded soldiers in Kentucky. Tickets, at fifty cents each, for sale at all the pri


The Flag of America shall never grow dim, nor one star be obliterated from its bright galaxy! : Maj. Gen. Hancock's First Army Corps of Veterans. A splendid opportunity to form a grand national guard, to vindicate the national honor, in defiance of all th

Third entertainment of the Geary Thespian Corps, of the 28th Regiment, Penn, Vol's, (Col. John W. Geary,) : at Camp Goodman, Point of Rocks, Md. on the evening of January 21st, 1862, at six o'clock. ... The drama, in two acts, of The last man, or The mise

The fourth entertainment of the Geary Thespian Corps, of the 28th Regiment, Penn'a Vol's, (Col. John W. Geary,) : will be given in commemoration of Washington's birth-day, at Camp Goodman, Point of Rocks, Md. on Saturday evening, February 22, 1862, (or if

Invalid Brigade. : "Hey Jim along, Jim along Josey," we are the boys, can't come up to time. Rally 46ers. "Glory Halleluja!" Your country calls!! Let 'er call!!! Get your certificate and join the glorious brigade of Gen. Debility, comprising a portion of

Philadelphia City Guard! 157 157 : 157th Regiment, Pennsylvania Vols. Col. Wm. A. Gray. Fall in! Fall in!! Fall in!!! "Your country calls in the hour of peril." Recruits wanted! This is the last regiment authorized by the War and State departments. $152 b

Philadelphia City Guard! 157 157 : 157th Regiment, Pennsylvania Vols. Col. Wm. A. Gray. Fall in! Fall in!! Fall in!!! "Your country calls in the hour of peril." Recruits wanted! This is the last regiment authorized by the War and State departments. $152 b

Philadelphia daily and weekly journal. : Office, No. 108 South Third Street. Daily, 2 cents per copy. Weekly, $1 per annum.

Jim Crow and his poney [sic] never fail to please [graphic].

[Simian circus rider atop a galloping horse] [graphic] / Anness.

Marshal's sale! : By virtue of a writ of sale, by the Hon. John Cadwalader, judge of the District Court of the United States, in and for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in Admiralty, to me directed, will be sold, at public sale, to the highest and b


New goods! "The Union must and shall be preserved" : J.C. Wallace & Co. Craigsville, Pa. take pleasure in announcing to their friends and the public generally, that they have just received, and are now opening, a complete and well selected stock of staple

New store : The undersigned would call the attention of the citizens of Dubuque and Jackson Counties, to his stock of dry goods! groceries, and general merchandise, now arriving from the Atlantic cities, and purchased entirely for cash at panic prices. Te

Another war declared Great slaughter anticipated! "Watchword, give nor ask any quarters"! : S. Barlow Espy in the field with a terrible array of dry goods foreign and domestic. Notions, fancy goods, staples, cutlery, boots, shoes, hats and caps bonnets an

Attention, Union men! Secession has produced a wonderful change in the price of goods. : Great slaughter anticipated! "Watchword, give nor ask any quarters" P. & C. Templeton are in the field with a terrible array of dry goods foreign and domestic. Notion

Secession has produced a wonderful change in the price of goods. : Great slaughter anticipated! "Watchword, give nor ask any quarters" Spruance & Megear are in the field with a terrible array of dry goods foreign and domestic. Notions, fancy goods, staple

Attention Union men! Secession has produced a wonderful change in the price of goods. : Great slaughter anticipated! "Watchword, give nor ask any quarters" S.C. & L. Fox are in the field with a terrible array of dry goods foreign and domestic. Notions, fa

Attention, Union men! Great fall in prices! : For the latest styles and cheapest bargains ever offered in this market, call on G.W. Mouk, and behold the truly wonderful and magnificent display of dry goods fancy goods, staple goods, notions, hats, caps, b

Volunteers wanted! : For Company D, Col. Owen's 2d Regiment, Baker's Brigade. Now encamped at Chestnut Hill. Pay to commence from August 19th, and uniformed as soon as enrolled. Recruiting at the State Arsenal, 16th & Filbert Sts., third story. And Market

Irish Brigade Second Regiment! Col. Robt. Emmett Patterson, commanding. : Recruits wanted for the Hibernia Greens, Co. B. Pay and rations to commence on signing the roll. Uniforms and comfortable quarters provided. This regiment is accepted by the governo

Please call and see the new goods! Just received at Price's Cheap Cash Store Ashland, Pa. : Where all goods are sold at the lowest market prices. Small profits and quick sales is my motto. ...

Just received at Price's Cash Store! Ashland, Pa. : A new & desirable stock of summer goods! To which the attention of the public generally is respectfully solicited. Remember, the motto is still quick sales and small profits.

Elfelt's Union Dry Goods Store : The greatest bargains in St. Paul! Third St., near the church.

"The Union must and shall be preserved" : Oster & Carn Cheap Side, Bedford, respectfully announce that they have just received a large stock of new and cheap summer goods! Embracing a large and general assortment of staple and fancy dry goods! Ready-made

"The Union must and shall be preserved" : New spring & summer goods bought at panic prices!! McCan & Arter, have just received a large and beautiful stock of spring and summer goods, which have been bought at panic prices, in Philadelphia and selected wit

Attention volunteers! Fort Sumter re-taken. : Lawrence and Beaver County merchants in a fearful state of excitement, Ramage's store reinforced by a splendid stock of new goods! Notwithstanding--and ladies and gentlemen, they must and will be sold, and at

"The Union must and shall be preserved" : G. & J.H. Cooper would respectfully announce to the citizens of Mount Jackson, and surrounding country, that they are now receiving and opening at the old stand, direct from Philadelphia and New York, a complete a

The Union now & forever : Houtton & Brother new cheap clothing store, Centre Street, opposite Conner's Office, Ashland, Pa., would respectfully announce to the citizens in general, that they have just received from Philadelphia, a large and beautiful stoc

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