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Civil War Harper's Weekly, September 13, 1862

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592

HARPER'S WEEKLY.

[SEPTEMBER 13, 1862.

JOHN BULL'S NEUTRALITY—THE GUARDIAN OF CIVILIZATION IN FULL PLAY.—(See RUSSELL'S Letter, ROEBUCK'S Speech, &c., &c.)

"I am happy to inform you that, in spite both of blandishments and threats, used in profusion by the agents of the government of the United States, the Indian nations within the confederacy have remained firm in their loyalty and steadfast in the observance of their treaty engagements with this government."

(The above Extract from JEFF DAVIS'S last Message will serve to explain the News from Minnesota.)

Extra to Agents.

All who sell our great and unequaled Prize Packages receive from us a free present, a

Superb Watch,

Warranted as a Time-Keeper, handsomely ornamented, and of finished workmanship. No inducement of the kind was ever offered to Agents. Our Packages have become Standard Articles, and sell rapidly. Their contents are more valuable, more numerous, and of greater variety than any other. Send for Circular. S. C. RICKARDS & CO., 102 Nassau Street, N. Y., the largest and oldest Prize Package House in the world.

French and English Institute,

FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN, 48 and 50 East 24th Street.

Boarding and Day School. Pupils prepared for West-point, the Navy School, College, and Business. A pupil can enter when six years of age, and remain till he is 20. The Prospectus contains the names of the pupils and their parents for the past seven years. Lessons resumed en SEPTEMBER 16th. ELIE CHARLIER, Director.

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.

$3 All for Three Dollars. $3

12 Stationery Package.......Price $1.50

25 Segars ............................"..........75

6 Papers Foil Chewing Tobacco ..............30

1 Pipe ..........................................."..........30

6 Papers Smoking Tobacco ....................24

1 Paper Pins ...........................................8

1 Pair Scissors .....................................17

1 Bunch Linen Thread ............................4

1 Paper Needles .....................................6

3 doz. Shirt Buttons .......................12

1 Dressing Comb ...............................10

1 Gold Plated Ring ............................50

$4.16 All the above articles will be sent to any person in the Army (freight paid) on the receipt of Three Dollars. Address JOHN S. ANDREWS, 110 Sudbury St., Boston, Mass.

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

Agents sell the Soldiers' Portfolio.

No. 1 contains 50 sheets good Writing Paper, 2 packages Envelopes (white and buff), Pens and Holders, Pencil, Blotter, Pins, Needles, Buttons, Thread, &c. Price 35 cents; $15 per 100 to Agents.

No. 2 contains 36 sheets paper, Envelopes to match, and 100 other useful articles as above. 25 cents each, $12 per 100.

Our Patriotic Combination is a Novelty most Brilliant and Striking. Sells fast.

Our 25 Cent Prize Packages in endless variety, at from $5 to $11 per 100. Beat everything. Agents now selling our goods make $10 to $20 per day. Send on your orders, you can do the same. Circulars sent free. C. M. DUNN & CO., 118 Nassau St., N.Y.

Attention Masons and Soldiers. Head-Quarters for all in want of Jewelry. Agents wanted in every Regiment and Town in the country. I will send (as sample) a handsome GOLD MASONIC PIN or RING, or Plated VEST CHAIN, or fine Gold Pen and Pencil, or Engraved Locket, or ENGRAVED BRACELET, or Neck Chain, or a beautiful sett of Jewelry, on the receipt of $1, together with my wholesale Circular. C. P. GIRTON, Manufacturing Jeweler, 208 Broadway.

GOLD PENS AND HOLDERS at prices to suit the times. Retailed at whole ale price;. Gold Pens, Solid Silver Extension Cases, at $1, $l.50, $1.75, $2.25, $2.75 each, according to the size. Warranted to last 5 years. Gold Pens re-pointed equal to new on the receipt of 25 cents in stamps. Agents wanted in every regiment. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Send for a circular, giving full list of prices and engravings of the pens.   E. S. JOHNSON. Manufactory and Office 15 Maiden Lane, (Established 1845.)   New York City.

Watches.

SILVER HUNTING LEVERS for $12, worth $18. AMERICAN HUNTING LEVERS for $20, worth $30. Send for circular. J. L. FERGUSON, 208 Broadway, N. Y.

U. S. ARMY DAY AND NIGHT COMPASSES.

Patented May 6th, 1862. Wholesale and Retail by H. W. HUNTER, 169 William St., N. Y. Send for circular.

Agents, Sutlers, and Dealers.

If you want Stationery suitable for the Soldier on which you can make a good profit, send for our circular containing full particulars. G. S. HASKINS & CO., 36 Beekman Street, N. Y.

A BEAUTIFUL MICROSCOPE

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

Retailed at Wholesale Prices. 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. These rules are so easy to understand that any one call take their own measure. I warrant a perfect fit. The cash can be paid to the Express Company on receipt of the goods. French Flannel Army Shirts, $18, $24, and $30 per Dozen. S. W. H. WARD, from LONDON, NO. 387 BROADWAY, Between White and Walker Streets. Trade supplied.

New Album for the Small Photograph.
Price only 50 cents. Holding 24 Cards. Samples sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of 55 cents. Dealers supplied.   J. E. TILTON & CO. Manufacturers, Boston.

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