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Civil War Harper's Weekly, November 22, 1862

This site has online versions of all the Harper's Weekly newspapers printed during the Civil War. These newspapers enable you to watch the events unfold week by week. These reports were created by eye-witnesses to the actual events. They serve as a great way to learn more about this war.

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Governor Horatio Seymour

Horatio Seymour

McClellan Removed From Command

McClellan Removed from Command

Burnside Takes Command

Burnside Takes Command

Loudon Valley

Loudon Valley

Catharine Wilson

Execution of Catharine Wilson

Army of the Ohio

Army of the Ohio

Rufus Ingalls

Rufus Ingalls

General Stanley

General Stanley

McClellan Fired

General McClellan Relieved of Command

Maryland Heights

Maryland Heights Sunrise

Vanderbilt

US Warship "Vanderbilt"

Gen. Thomas

General Thomas

Horace Greeley

Horace Greeley

Army of the Ohio

Army of the Ohio

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HARPER'S WEEKLY.

[NOVEMBER 22, 1862.

752

PROFESSOR GREELEY AT SYRACUSE.

"Now, Boys, rub out! Clean your Slates, and write down WADSWORTH AND A HUNDRED THOUSAND MAJORITY. I won't have Dix, and so it ain't no use talking about him. I know the State, and I tell you WADSWORTH'S the man!"
[Certain events which transpired on the 4th, are said to have rather shaken the boys' faith in PROFESSOR GREELY'S prophetic power.]

ADVERTISEMENTS.

EXTRAORDINARY.

We give FREE, as a PRESENT to each person who buys 100 of our justly celebrated Packages, a SPLENDID WATCH, warranted as a perfect Time-Keeper. The GREAT NEW UNION PRIZE and STATIONERY PACKAGES, with SOLDIERS' CAMP COMPANION combined, is creating a WONDERFUL SENSATION among Soldiers. It is UNEQUALED in QUANTITY or QUALITY by any other Package. It contains SUPERIOR Writing Paper and Envelopes BEAUTIFULLY EMBELLISHED with new Union Designs, splendid likenesses of HEROES, rare Recipes, Pens, Penholders, Lead Pencils, Blotters, Designs, Fashion Plates, GAMES, Hints, 1 copy SOLDIERS' CAMP COMPANION, containing information as to PAY, RATIONS, CLOTHING, ALLOWANCES, BOUNTIES, PENSIONS, how to obtain them, what they are, &c.; RICH GIFTS OF FINE JEWELRY, &c., altogether $1.00 worth of good and useful articles for ONLY 25 cents. Immense profits to Agents. $15 per day made easy. All other Packages are only poor imitations of ours, and are so poor as to be worthless. Try them first and you will then send for ours. We sell all our Packages unsealed, that the buyer may see the contents. Our imitators do not do this, as their goods are too poor for inspection. We have Packages at all prices. Send for our new circulars containing extra inducements. S. C. RICKARDS & CO., 102 Nassau street, New York, largest and oldest Prize Package House in the World.

AT RETAIL
By the half dozen, for Cash, at

Wholesale Prices.

Depot 2 Warren Street.   J. W. MERSEREAU.

GOOD MEN WANTED in all parts of the COUNTRY, To sell Kettell's ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE GREAT REBELLION. SOLD only by CANVASSING AGENTS. Exclusive Territory given. Vol. I. now ready far delivery. The Work is printed both in ENGLISH and GERMAN, and is THE BOOK that the PEOPLE DEMAND.

For Territory and Terms, apply to

N. C. MILLER, No. 25 Park Row, New York.

A FINE WATCH FREE.

To each person who buys our Mammoth Eureka Prize Packages. $12 per day made. Send for circulars. W. H. CATELY & Co., 40 Ann Street, Fowler's Buildings.

TO CONSUMPTIVES.

The advertiser, having been restored to health in a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered 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 proscription used (free of charge), with directions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c. The only object of the advertiser in sending the prescription is to benefit the afflicted; and he hopes every sufferer may try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will please address

REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,

Williamsburg, Kings County, N. Y.

TO CONSUMPTIVES.—You will get the Recipe for a sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, and all lung complaints, by sending to D. Adee, 381 Pearl St., N. Y. He sends it free. Write for it.—It has cured thousands.

259 ORNAMENTAL IRON 259

WORK, Wrought, Cast, and Wire.

IRON RAILINGS, VERANDAHS, BALCONIES GUARDS, and IRON FURNITURE of every description. Illustrated Catalogues mailed on receipt of four 3 cent stamps.   HUTCHINSON & WICKERSHAM,

259 Canal Street, near Broadway, New York.

Lyon's Kathairon.

This delightful article for preserving and beautifying the human hair is again put up by the original proprietor, and is now made with the same care, skill, and attention, which first created its immense and unprecedented sales of over one million bottles annually! It is still sold at 25 cents in large bottles. Two million bottles can easily be sold in a year when it is again known that the Kathairon is not only the most delightful hair dressing in the world, but that it cleanses the scalp of scurf and dandruff, gives the hair a lively, rich luxuriant growth. and prevents it from turning gray. These are considerations worth knowing. The Kathairon has been tested for over twelve years, and is warranted as described. Any lady who values a beautiful head of hair will use the Kathairon. It is finely perfumed, cheap and valuable. It is sold by all respectable dealers throughout the world.

D. S. BARNES & CO.,

New York.

The American Parlor
Or Floor Skate,
Hard Rubber Rollers,

Anti-friction Axles.

Observe, each Skate is labeled with the trade mark. Also, 59,000 pair of Ladies' and Gents' Ice Skates, comprising all the new and most improved patterns, made from welded steel and iron hardened; Skate Straps and Leather Goods of every description; Fogg's improved Lever Skate Buckle. Sole Agent for Williams, Morse & Co.'s celebrated Skates.

FREDERICK STEVENS,

215 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK.

68 KILBY STREET, BOSTON.

LANDS.—To all wanting Farms. Thriving Settlement. Rich soil. Mild climate. See advertisement of Vineland, on page 495.

Made to Measure at $18, $24, and $27
PER DOZEN.

Self-Measurement for Shirts.

Printed directions for self-measurement, list of prices, and drawings of different styles of shirts and collars sent free everywhere.

French Flannel Army Shirts,
$18, $24, and $30 per Dozen.
S. W. H. WARD, from LONDON.
No. 387 BROADWAY.

A BEAUTIFUL MICROSCOPE!

MAGNIFYING 500 TIMES, FOR 28c. IN SILVER. Five of different powers, $1. Mailed free.

Address   F. C. BOWEN, Box 220, Boston, Mass.

HOLIDAY GOODS.
Schuyler, Hartley & Graham,
19 Maiden Lane AND 22 John Street,
15 Rue d'Enghein, Paris.

47 Hampton St., Birmingham, Eng.

Are now receiving by every Steamer

New and desirable styles of

FRENCH AND ENGLISH FANCY GOODS,
Suitable for the Holiday trade,

Consisting in part of

BRONZES, MANTEL ORNAMENTS, MARBLE CLOCKS,

CARD RECEIVERS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, PORTMONNAIES,

ODEUR CASES, FIELD AND OPERA GLASSES, WORK BOXES,

DRESSING CASES, PARTY & BRIDAL FANS, LEATHER BAGS.
Also, a great variety of
FINE JET AND CORAL GOODS,

To which they invite the attention of all parties purchasing in this line.

A full Stock of
MILITARY GOODS, GUNS, PISTOLS, CUTLERY, PLATED
WARE, WATCHES, DIAMONDS, ETC.
Entrance 19 Maiden Lane or 22 John Street.

GOLD PENS.

Retailed at wholesale prices. Goods warranted. Send for a circular, giving list of prices and engravings of Pens. Pens repointed on the receipt of 36 cents in P. O. Stamps.

E. S. JOHNSON, Manufactory and Office 15 Maiden

Lane, New York City.

NOTICE TO AGENTS.—Send immediately for our New circular (enclose stamp). WEIR & CO., 34

South Third Street, Philadelphia.

OFFICERS OF OUR ARMY!

MILLIGAN'S ARMY MESS-KETTLES.

(PATENT APPLIED FOR.)

The most compact and complete arrangement for a mess of four persons ever offered to the army. Weight fifteen pounds. Occupies two-thirds the space of a cubic foot. Sold by all dealers in Military goods. Price $12. Liberal discount to the trade. Wholesale depot 4 Platt St., N. Y.
   Send for circular.   MILLIGAN BROTHERS.

Pantoscopic Spectacles.

The Patent Pantoscopic Spectacles are patronised by the majority of the public, including the medical faculty. They give extraordinary relief by day and night to weak, dim, and defective vision. The adaptation of spectacles to imperfect vision by experienced persons is, indeed, of vital importance. Persons sending Glass last worn, stating age, can be supplied, price $4. Sent free. Catalogues sent free by enclosing stamp.

SEMMONS, Optician,

669 1/2 Broadway, under Lafarge House.

Counterfeiters Detected!—An Infallible System of detecting "Counterfeit Currency and Photographic Imitations of Genuine Notes," recommended by leading Bankers of the U. S. Sent on receipt of $1.00.

RICE & CO., N. Y., Proprietors.

CHINA AND GLASS!

We have now in store a very large stock, and invite an inspection. Prices are low, most of the stock having been imported before the new duty. We have not removed, and have NO BRANCH STORE, but continue our business at 479 Broadway, between Broome and Grand Sts.

DAVIS COLLAMORE & Co.

Dealers save 50 per cent. on our STATIONERY PACKAGES. Send for circular. OPPOSITION PRIZE PACKAGE CO., 128 Nassau Street, New York.

Sleeve & Bosom Studs,

Made from fine ivory, colors white, black, red, purple, and blue, marked any initial in Old English, and mailed free to any address upon receipt of the price, $1.50 full set. Monograms made to order.

      UNION ADAMS,

      No. 637 Broadway, New York.

BEADS! BEADS!! BEADS!!!

AND FANCY GOODS.

M. P. BROWN, Importer, No. 136 Pearl St., N. Y.

SOMETHING NEW.

UNION CARDS.—Colonel for King, Goddess of Liberty for Queen, and Major for Jack. 52 enameled cards to the pack. Eagles, Shields, Stars, and Flags are the suits, and you can play all the usual games.

Four packs mailed free on receipt of One Dollar. The usual discount to the trade. Send for a Circular. Address

AMERICAN PUBLISHING AGENCY,

14 Chambers Street, New York.

MAGIC POCKET BOOKS, with elastic band, for the new Postage Currency, made and sold at wholesale and retail by SNOW & HAPGOOD, Pathfinder Office, 22 Court Street, Boston. Agents wanted. Sample sent, post-paid, for 15 cents.

HASKIN'S ARMY PORTFOLIO,

UNION PAPER and ENVELOPES, latest designs.
"PRIZE PACKAGES," many varieties, best and cheapest in the market. Send for NEW Circular.

G. S. HASKINS & CO., 36 Beekman St., New York.

HARPER'S
NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.

TERMS.

One Copy for one Year .....................$3.00

Two Copies for One Year ...................5.00
Three or more Copies for One Year ..2.00

And an Extra Copy, gratis, ,for every Club of EIGHT
SUBSCRIBERS.

HARPER'S MAGAZINE and HARPER'S WEEKLY, together, one year, $4.00.

HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS,

FRANKLIN SQUARE, NEW YORK.

HARPER'S WEEKLY.
Single Copies Six Cents.

TERMS.

One Copy for One Year ......................$2.50

One Copy for Two Years .....................4.00

Ten Copies for One Year .....................20.00

An Extra Copy will be allowed for every Club of TEN SUBSCRIBERS.

The Publishers employ no TRAVELING AGENTS. Parties who desire to subscribe to Harper's Magazine or Harper's Weekly had better remit direct to the Publishers, or pay their subscription to some Postmaster or General Agent with whom they are acquainted, and of whose responsibility they are assured.

HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS,

   FRANKLIN SQUARE, NEW YORK.

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