The Iron Mask, or the Feats and Adventures of Raoul de Bragelonne. Being the conclusion of "The Three Guardsmen," "Twenty Years After," and "Bragelonne." By Alexandre Dumas. Complete in two large volumes, of 420 octavo pages, with beautifully illustrated Covers, Portraits, and Engravings. Price One Dollar.

Louise La Valllere; or the Second Series and Final End of the "Iron Mask." By Alexandre Dumas. This work is the final end of "The Three Guardsmen," "Twenty Years After," "Bragelonne," and "The Iron Mask," and is of far more interesting and absorbing interest, than any of its predecessors. Complete in two large octavo volumes of over 400 pages, printed on the best of paper, beautifully illustrated. It also contains correct Portraits of "Louise La Valliere," and "The Hero of the Iron Mask." Price for the entire work, One Dollar.

The Memoirs of a Physician; or the Secret History of Louis the Fifteenth. By Alexandre Dumas. It is beautifully embellished with thirty engravings, which illustrates the principal scenes and characters of the different heroines throughout the work. Complete in two large octavo volumes. Price Fifty cents a volume.

The Queen's Necklace or the Secret History of the Court of Louis the Sixteenth. A Sequel to the Memoirs of a Physician. By Alexandre Dumas. It is beautifully Illustrated with portraits of the heroines of the work. Complete in two large octavo volumes of over 400 pages. Price Fifty cents a volume.

Six Years Later; or the Taking of the Bastile. By Alexandre Dumas. Being the continuation and final conclusion of "The Queen's Necklace; or the Secret History of the Court of Louis the Sixteenth," and "Memoirs of a Physician." Complete in two large octavo volumes. Price One Dollar.

Sketches in France. By Alexandre Dumas. "It is as good a book as Thackeray's Sketches in Ireland." Dumas never wrote a better book. It is the most delightful book of the season. Price Fifty cents.

Diana of Meridor; The Lady of Monsoreau; or France in the Sixteenth Century. By Alexandre Dumas. An Historical Romance. Complete in two large octavo volames of 538 pages, printed on the finest white paper, with numerous illustrative engravings. Price One Dollar.

The Reign of Terror; Genevieve, or the Chevalier of the Maison Rouge. By Alexandre Dumas. An Historical Romance of the French Revolution. Complete in one large octavo volume of over 200 pages, printed on the finest white paper, with numerous illustrative engravings. Price for the entire work, Fifty cents.

Isabel of Bavaria; or the Chronicles of France for the reign of Charles the sixth. Complete in one fine octavo volume of 211 pages, printed on the finest white paper. Price Fifty cents.

Edmond Dantes. Being the Sequel to Dumas' celebrated novel of the Coun of Monte Crista With elegant illustrations. Complete in one large octavo volume 67 over 200 pages. Price Fifty cents.