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Civil War Harper's Weekly, May 10, 1862

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HARPER'S WEEKLY.

[MAY 10, 1862.

304

A PROMISE FULFILLED.

1851.

BROTHER JONATHAN. "There, JOHNNY, that's the way to build a Yacht! Some of these days I'll show you how to make a Man-of-War."—(See London Punch, September, 1851.)

1862.

BROTHER JONATHAN. "There, JOHNNY I said I'd tell you how to make a Man-of-War! I guess that's about right! How do you like it?"—(See London Times, April, 1862.)

Professor JONATHAN giving the Crowned Heads of Europe a few Notions on Naval
Architecture.

New Dime Books.

Beadle's Dime Base-Ball

Player, for 1862. Annual Edition. Containing Reports of the Base-Ball Conventions—the Average Play of the Leading Clubs—the celebrated Fashion Course Matches—and the Great Silver Ball Match.

Beadle's Dime Novels, No. 38.

The Wrong Man:

A TALE OF THE EARLY SETTLEMENTS.

We have in this fine Novel the society of the early Western Settlements daguerreotyped to the life, with all Its remarkable characters and strange incidents.

Ten Cents each. For sale by all News Dealers. Sent, post-paid, on receipt of price. Send for a Catalogue. Address BEADLE & COMPANY, Publishers, New York.

AGENTS for the SOLAR MATCHES WANTED, in sections where not already appointed. Only those who can command a cash trade wanted. The right kind of men treated with liberally. Send for Circular for Agents—inclosing 3-cent stamp for reply. The Solar Matches are superseding all other matches now in market—as they contain no sulphur, have no unpleasant smell when burning, never miss fire, and are as cheap as the suffocating sulphur matches. Smart business men are finding this the best paying business ever they tried. Already our factory is running night and day to supply orders. Address SOLAR MATCH Co., Nos. 101 and 103 Beekman Street, N. Y.

AMALGAM BELLS for Churches, Schools, Farms, &c., superior in tone and durability to any other metal, and less than half the price, or 12 1/2 cts. per lb. Old brass taken in exchange. Send for Circular to PRATT, ROBINSON & CO., 190 William Street, New York.

INVALID.—You will get the Recipe for a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, and all Lung Affections, by sending to D. Adee, 381 Pearl Street, N. Y. He sends it free. Write for it.—It has cured thousands.

Best Military Map

IS H. H. LLOYD & CO.'S

GREAT MAP OP THE

Border and Southern States,

Which is constantly revised and specially marked to illustrate the progress of the war.

PITTSBURGH LANDING, CORINTH,

FORT WRIGHT, YORKTOWN,
STAUNTON, FREDERICKSBURG, FORT PULASKI,

THE DEFENSES OF NEW ORLEANS,

and all noted places are mapped out distinctly and accurately.

The Christian Advocate and Journal says (April 17): "It is a prize for an Editor, or indeed anybody, who reads a newspaper in these times of Civil War."

We have ten kinds of war maps and charts. A sample of either, mailed paid, for 25 cents. Stamps received. UNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED AGENTS.

H. H. LLOYD CO., Publishers,

No. 25 Howard Street,

New York.

N. B.—Newspapers inserting this advertisement conspicuously will receive two copies of the map advertised.

Rebel Notes and Postage Stamp!

Nine different Rebel Notes and Shinplasters and three different Rebel Postage Stamps, sent post-paid, on receipt of 50 cents. Trade supplied at $2 per 100, or $15 per 1000. Traveling Agents wanted. Address S. C. UPHAM, 403 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Head-Quarters for Cheap Jewelry.—100

pieces of Cheap Jewelry for $4, comprising the same description of Jewelry as used in Stationery Packages. One piece of Jewelry sent, postage paid, for 10 cents, with a circular giving a description of our goods. Also Stationery and Jewelry Packages, the best in the market, at prices varying from 60 cents to $1.50 a dozen. Address

J. S. ANDREWS, 110 Sudbury Street,

Boston, Mass.

CHEWERS AND SMOKERS WHO ARE destroying their health and intellect by the use of tobacco, send for a pamphlet describing a substitute and remedy. Address ISAAC G. SWAN, Drawer No. 158, Syracuse, N. Y.

Davis Collamore & Co.,

Importers and Dealers in

China, Glass, &c,  

479 Broadway,

BETWEEN GRAND AND BROOME STREETS,

Are now prepared to offer a largely-increased assortment of Goods in their line, including all desirable articles, either staple or novel, carefully selected from the best foreign and domestic markets.

They take this opportunity of thanking their customers and the public for the continued favor which they have extended to their Establishment since its

Formation in 1842,

and trust, by further exertion, to secure an increased patronage.

Quality Good.   Prices Low.  

BACK NUMBERS of HARPER'S MAGAZINE and WEEKLY constantly on hand. Also the Bound Volumes, and a full Stock of Harper & Brothers' Publications. Orders from the Trade promptly filled at Publishers' prices.   A. WILLIAMS & CO.,

100 Washington Street, Boston, Mass.

The Diaphragm Filter

Has been awarded 2 Gold and 3 Silver Medals by the American Institute, Mass. Mechanics' Charitable Association, and Maryland Institute, and certificates from nearly all the medical faculty. The Winter deposits washing into the streams at this season makes the water very impure. It is especially adapted for rain and river waters. Manufactured and warranted by

ALEX. McKENZIE,

305 Fourth Street, New York,

near Broadway.

"Discretion is the Better Part of Valor."

CARTE PHOTOGRAPHS, FOR ALBUMS, of this capital

sketch by the inimitable Darley, just published by

      E. ANTHONY,

501 Broadway, N. Y. Sent by mail on receipt of 25 cents.

Also, "Done Gone" and "The Neglected Picture," same style.

1,000 Portraits of eminent Americans for Albums. Photographic Albums in great variety.

Catalogue sent on receipt of stamp.

PASSPORT OFFICE, No. 200 Broadway, near Fulton Street, Ground Floor.

Naturalized citizens must produce their certificates.

Information for travelers furnished on application at the Office, or in reply to letters addressed PASSPORT OFFICE, Box 3,813, New York.

BALLOU'S
PATENTED
F. Y. S.

French Yoke SHIRTS.

WARRANTED
TO FIT.

Send for a Circular.

BALLOU BROS.,
No. 409 Broadway,
New York.

For sale by all the principal Dealers through the
UNITED STATES.

James Parrish, Shirt Manufacturer,

323 CANAL STREET, near Broadway, New York.

SUPERIOR SHIRTS made to measure, $18, $21, and $24 per dozen. Family supply store of Bosoms, Collars, and Wristbands for Shirt making, at reduced prices.

AGENTS.—THE DIME PANPROSPHOSIUM PRIZE PACKAGE, PRICE 10 CENTS, CONTAINS 16 ARTICLES, ALL NEW AND ORIGINAL. EACH PACKAGE HAS A GIFT OF JEWELRY. Send stamp for a circular.

W. H. CATELY & CO., 102 Nassau St., N. Y.

AGENTS OF ACTIVITY AND ENERGY can make from $5 to $10 per day by engaging in the sale of the VALUABLE PRIZE STATIONERY RECIPE PACKAGE AND ENVELOPE. Our Stationery is superior, and our Jewelry consists of FORTY VARIETIES, each article manufactured with ARTISTIC TASTE. For information send for a circular; mailed free. RICKARDS & CO., 102 Nassau Street, N. Y.

AGENT—IF YOU WISH TO INVEST A SMALL CAPITAL IN A PAYING BUSINESS, Examine the merits of the MULTOMICROON. Pays 150 per cent. to Agents. Call and see it, or send stamp for circular.

S. C. RICKARDS & CO., 102 Nassau Street, N. Y.

The New Books. — G. P. PUTNAM, 532 Broadway, will send by mail, on receipt of price,

I. IRVING'S LIFE AND LETTERS. Vol. 1. $1.50. II. UNDERCURRENTS. By Kimball. 4th ed., $1.25, ST. LEGER. 7th ed., $1.25. BAYARD TAYLOR'S New Volume. $1.25. Count CAVOUR. By Prof. Botta. 75 cents. SENT BY EXPRESS EVERYWHERE.

Retailed at Wholesale Prices,

Made to Measure at $20 per doz.
OR SIX FOR TEN DOLLARS,
MADE OF NEW YORK MILLS MUSLIN,
With fine Linen Bosoms, and warrranted as good a Shirt
as sold in retail stores for $2.50 each.

ALSO, THE VERY BEST SHIRTS THAT CAN BE
MADE, $26.00 PER DOZEN.

P. S.—Those who think I can not make a good Shirt for $20 per dozen are mistaken. Here is the cost of one dozen $20 fine shirts.

30 yards of New York Mills Muslin at 18 c. per yd.. $5.40

7 yards of' fine Linen, at 50c. per yard    3.92

Making and cutting    6.00 Laundry, $1 ; buttons and cotton, 75c   1.75

Profit    2.93 Total ....$20.00 Self-Measurement for Shirts. Printed directions for self-measurement, list of prices, and drawings of different styles of shirts and collars sent free everywhere. These rules are so easy to understand that any one can take their own measure. I warrant a perfect fit.

The cash can be paid to the Express Company on re-receipt of the goods.

The Express Company have orders to allow all parties to examine the goods before paying for them. If the goods are not as represented, you are at liberty to return them.

S. W. H. WARD, from London,

387 Broadway, up stairs, Between White and Walker Streets, NEW YORK.

DELMONICO'S,
Corner of 5th Avenue and
14th Street,

WILL BE OPENED

Wednesday, April 9,

1862.

Jewelry of all Kinds Repaired.

Orders by mail solicited. The cost of repairing sent immediately on receipt of Goods. Gold Pen Repointed 25 cts. Address E. S. JOHNSON, 15 Maiden Lane, N. Y.

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