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Civil War Harper's Weekly, November 8, 1862

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HARPER'S WEEKLY.

[NOVEMBER 8, 1862.

720

EXASPERATION OF JOHN BULL AT THE NEWS FROM THE U. S.

JOHN ( frothing at the Mouth), "He won't go to smash—he won't die—he won't give up restoring the Union, though I've told him, over and over, that it is no use. What Beasts those Yankees are! Ugh!"

THE DRAFT.

All other Methods of evading the Draft having failed, the above Disgraceful Scheme is to be attempted on the 10th.

ADVERTISEMENTS.

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.

PENSIONS, BOUNTIES, BACK PAY, PRIZE MONEY, &c, procured by SOMES, BROWN, & THRUSH, 2 Park Place, N. Y.

N.B. Enclose stamp for our book.

Agents Wanted.

SEND FOR A CIRCULAR.

Persons in town or country who desire profitable employment, should send for our terms to local Agents. Addres BENJ. W. HITCHCOCK, 14 Chambers St., N. Y.

SEND FOR A CIRCULAR.

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.—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.

To Agents and Sutlers.

SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW. WILL CREATE A DECIDED FURORE IN THE CAMP AND HOUSEHOLD. Everybody will want one. The Great New Unless Prize Packages and SOLDIERS' CAMP COMPANION combined, contain, besides fine Paper and Envelopes beautifully embellished, all the important information a Soldier needs, all his Writing Materials, a magnificent likeness of Gen. McClellan, rich Jewelry, &c., &c. This Package is first-class in every respect. We also present every one who buys 100 of our Packages with a SPLENDID WATCH, warranted as a perfect time-keeper. Packages of all kinds and at all prices. $15 per day made easy. Send for our New Circulars, containing extra inducements. S. C. RICKARDS & CO., 102 Nassau St., New York, largest and oldest Prize Package House in the World.

SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND MORE!!!

See advertisement inside. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO THE SOLDIERS OF THE UNION ARMY. "AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE." Nearly all the diseases incident to camp life originate with derangement and irregularity of the bowels; they being the weakest and most susceptible part of the human system, first feel the effects of the exposure which all soldiers have to submit to during their term of active service. The best weapon of defense you can have against all such diseases is

DR. DANIEL EVANS' PATENT ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER AND MEDICAL SAFEGUARD COMBINED.

The Surgeon General and the principal Physicians and Surgeons, who have examined the formula of its medical qualities, have recommended its use by the Union soldiers. Messrs. G. G. EVANS & CO. secured the right to sell the SAFEGUARD in the United States, and they are now being manufactured under the superintendence of an able physician, and arrangements have been made to place them within the reach of every Union soldier. An Agency has been established in Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, where soldiers in this vicinity about to depart for the war can be supplied. No more appropriate present can be made to a SOLDIER THAN A MEDICATED SAFEGUARD. EVERY MAN SHOULD HAVE ONE. The attention of Soldiers and friends of Soldiers is respectfully solicited to this new invention. THOUSANDS OF LIVES MAY BE SAVED BY ITS TIMELY USE. Price according to size. No. 1, $1.50 ; No. 2, $1; No. 3, 50 cents. Sent by mail or express to any address on the receipt of the price, including postage, if by mail. Postage on No. 1, 20 cents; No. 2, 15 cents; No. 3, 10 cents. Liberal commissions allowed Agents and persons forming clubs. N.B.—None are genuine unless stamped DR. D. EVANS. Descriptive Circulars sent free. Send orders to G. G. EVANS & CO., Agents for the United States. No. 439 CHESTNUT St., Philada. No. 212 BROADWAY, New York. No. 80 WASHINGTON St., Boston. Also for sale by Dealers in Military Goods and Druggists. Entered, according to an Act of Congress, in the year 1862, by George G. Evans, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. G. G. Evans & Co. continue, as heretofore, to fill promptly all orders for books published in the United States on the receipt of the advertised price. Send all Book Orders to G. G. EVANS & CO., 439 Chestnut Street, Philad.

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.

AGENTS WANTED TO SELL (DODIN'S) PATENT MAGIC NEEDLE CASE, and POCKET MATCH SAFE, and KEROSENE BURNERS for FLUID LAMPS, &c. Send for Circular. JOSEPH DODIN, No. 413 Broadway, N. Y.

AT RETAIL By the half dozen, for Cash, at Wholesale Prices. Depot 2 Warren Street.   J. W. MERSEREAU. A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. HAYT & KARR, No. 361 BROADWAY.

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

THE FRANKLIN SEWING MACHINE CO. want Agents. Terms liberal. Address (with stamp) HARRIS BROS., Boston, Mass.

A BEAUTIFUL MICROSCOPE For 28 cts. (in silver), Magnifying small objects 500 times. Five of different powers for $1.00. Mailed free. Address F. C. BOWEN, Box 220, Boston, Mass.

Ivory Sleeve and Bosom Studs, Marked Initial Letters, Colors, Black, Red, White, and Blue, Mailed to any address upon receipt of the price, $1.50 full set. UNION ADAMS, No. 637 Broadway, New York,

MAGIC POCKET BOOKS, with elastic hand, 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.

The American Parlor
Or Floor Skate,
Hard Rubber Rollers,
Anti-friction Axles.

Observe, each Skate is labeled with the trade mark. Also, 50,000 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.

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.

HARPER & BROTHERS,
FRANKLIN SQUARE, NEW YORK,
Have Just Published:

ORLEY FARM. A Novel. By ANTHONY TROLLOPE, Author of "North America," "Doctor Thorne," "Framley Parsonage," "The Bertrams," "Castle Richmond," "The West Indies and the Spanish Main," "The Three Clerks," &c., &c. Illustrated by J. E. MILLAIS. 8vo, Paper, $1.00; Cloth, $1.25.

ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE PANAMA RAILROAD; together with a Traveler's Guide and Business Man's Hand Book for the Panama Railroad and its connections with Europe, the United States, the North and South Atlantic and Pacific Coasts, China, Australia, and Japan, by Sail and Steam. By F. N. OTIS. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. 12mo, Cloth, $1.00.

THACKERAY'S PHILIP. The Adventures of Philip on his Way through the World; showing who robbed Him, who helped Him, and who passed Him by. By W. M. THACKERAY, Author of "Vanity Fair," "The Newcomes," "The Virginians," "Pendennis," "The English Humorists of the Eighteenth Century," "The Four Georges," &c., &c., &c. With Illustrations. 8vo, Cloth, $1.50.

HISTORY OF FREDRICH II., CALLED FREDERICK THE GREAT. By THOMAS CARLYLE. Vol. III., with Portrait and Maps. 12mo, Cloth, $1.25.

*Sent by Mail on receipt of the price.
HARPER'S
NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.

Any Number will be sent by Mail, post-paid, for Twenty- five Cents. Any Volume, comprising Six Numbers, neatly bound in Cloth, will be sent by Mail, to any part of the United States within 3000 miles of New York, post-paid, for Two Dollars per Volume. Complete Sets will be sent by Express, the freight at the charge of the purchaser, at a Discount of Twenty-five per Cent. from the above rate, Twenty-Four Volumes, bound uniformly, extending from June, 1850, to May, 1862, are now ready.

TERMS.

One Copy for one ..........................$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.

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