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Civil War Harper's Weekly, June 6, 1863

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HARPER'S WEEKLY.

[JUNE 6, 1863.

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(Previous Page) continually. He is a strict disciplinarian, and an example of General Grant's strict government of the troops in his department will be gathered from the following: On the night of the 7th of November a portion of the Twentieth regiment Illinois volunteer infantry, at Jackson, Tennessee, entered a store and some tents and took therefrom a quantity of goods and destroyed the tents, the damage amounting to $1242.66. Upon complaint of the suffering party, and a failure to ferret out the men guilty of the offense, the General issued a special field order. The two sections embodying the penalty will be read with interest. They read as follows: 1. That the said sum of $1242.66 be assessed against said regiment and the officers herein named (the names being given), excepting such enlisted men as were at the time sick in the hospital or absent with proper authority; that the same be charged against them on the proper muster and pay rolls, and the amount each is to pay noted opposite his name thereon, the officers to be assessed pro rata with the men on the amount of their pay proper; and that the same so collected will be paid by the commanding officer of the regiment to the parties entitled to the same. 2. That Captain Orton Frisbee and Captain John Zunison, of the Twentieth Illinois infantry volunteers, for willful neglect of duty and violation of orders, are hereby mustered out of the service of the United States, to take effect this day.

ADVERTISEMENTS.

Sent free by mail for 60 cents.

Dyspepsia Tablets,

For INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN, &c. —Manufactured only by

S. G. WELLING, No. 207 Centre St., New York. Price 50 cents per box. Sold by Druggists generally.

Agents and Dealers.

Something New. Patent Match Safe, for vest pocket, a thing of beauty and usefulness combined. Samples by mail, 50 cts. S. W. RICE & CO., 83 Nassau St., N. Y.

Barnum's American Museum.

GEN. TOM THUMB AND WIFE.

COM. NUTT and MINNIE WARREN,
The Four Smallest Human Beings

in the world, all together

Weighing but 100 Pounds.

Admission 25 cents. Children under 10, 15 cents.

CHLOASMA, OR MOTH PATCHES.

Blemishes on the face, called Moth, are very annoying, particularly to ladies of light complexion, as the discolored spots on the skin show more strongly on blondes than on brunettes, but they contribute greatly in marring the beauty on either; and any thing that will remove moth patches without injuring the skin in texture or color, would no doubt be considered a great achievement in medical science. Dr. B. C. PERRY, having devoted his whole time and attention to Diseases of the Skin, will guarantee to remove Moth Patches, Freckles, and other discolorations from the face without injury to either texture or color of the skin. His success in this, as in other branches of his speciality—DISEASES OF THE SCALP and Loss of HAIR—will warrant him in guaranteeing a CURE IN EVERY CASE. For full particulars, address, enclosing stamp for a circular,

DR. B. C. PERRY, No. 49 Bond Street, New York.

All Consultations Free.

Agents Wanted.

Send stamp for circulars. Rice & Co., 37 Park Row, N.Y.

Portable

Printing Offices.

For the use of Merchants, Druggists, and all who wish to do their own Printing. Circular sent free. Specimen Sheets of Type, Cuts, &c., on receipt of two 3 ct. stamps.

   ADAMS PRESS CO., 31 Park Row, N. Y.

BLOOD & CO., Manufacturers and Importers, Office 335 Broadway, Moffatt's Building, cor. Worth Street, Manufacturers of superior Needles for all Sewing Machines. Send for Circular.

Musquito Shield or Guard.

J. HAVENS PATENT.—For the Army, Navy, Travelers, Sick or Wounded, or any one who is troubled with musquitoes, flies, or dust. Price from 87 cents to $2. Sample sent free on receipt of $1.25. Send for circular.

HAVEN & CO., Manufacturers,

No 80 Nassau St., Room No. 23, N. Y.

GLASS LETTERS.

Gilded or stained. Generally adapted for first-class store windows. More attractive, lasting, and therefore cheaper than ordinary gilding. Painters order. Brass, wood, porcelain, and other letters. Depot 107 Fulton St., N. Y.

By Miss Thackeray.

The

STORY OF ELIZABETH.

Re-printed from the "CORNHILL MAGAZINE."

This admirable story is having a wide popularity in England, and is generally attributed by the English press to Miss THACKERAY, the daughter of the novelist.

In a neat 16mo vol,, paper cover, being the first issue of a "STANDARD SERIES." Price Thirty Cents. Mailed, free of postage, on receipt of price.

J. G. GREGORY, Publisher,

No. 46 Walker Street, New York.

The Book of Gems.— The greatest work of the age. With 50 illustrations. Queer, curious, and exciting. Sent, post-paid, on receipt of 25 cents, by F. G. WATSON, Publisher, New York. Send stamp for a Catalogue.

ALL THAT IT

CLAIMS TO BE.

So many compounds for the hair are offered for sale and unduly praised, that we confess we had no expectation of finding in Burnett's Cocoaine the qualities which it was said to possess. In this we have been disappointed. Members of our family who have tried it, indorse it as possessing superior hair-dressing properties; while its freedom from greasiness, the lustre that it imparts to hair, and its economy, have given it a permanent place on the toilet table.

We have no hesitancy in recommending it as being equal to all that it claims to be.—Chicago New Covenant.

A CARD.

Owing to the increased cost of all material used in the manufacture of Cocoaine and our other preparations, we have been compelled to advance the price. Our standard QUANTITY and QUALITY will remain unimpaired.

JOS. BURNETT & CO., Boston.

Sold by all druggists throughout the country.

Rich Novelties!!

Rich Novelties!!

Rich Novelties!!

Gold Mounted Jet Enamel Vest Chains.

Unique in design and unsurpassed in appearance!

This is an article but recently introduced, of which we are the patentees and sole manufacturers: they have already become one of the most popular, fashionable, and saleable ornaments of the day. PRICES: Small size, $18 per gross. Medium size, $24 per gross. Large size, $36 per gross. Assorted, four dozen of each size, $26. All have patent bar and improved swivel attached, with gold mountings of different designs. Sold only by the gross.

Suttlers, Jobbers, and General dealers will find them well worthy their attention; they give a profit of 500 per cent.

Chains, in grosses only, will be sent by express with bill payable on delivery. Buyers in disloyal states, or any part thereof, must send cash in advance, as we can not collect from them. Address

Weybosset Enamel Chain Co.,

      171 Broadway. New York.

INFLUENZA, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING-
COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION,

and for the relief of consumptive patients in advanced stages of the disease.

We need not speak to the public of its virtues. Throughout every town, and almost every hamlet of the American States, its wonderful cures of pulmonary complaints have made it already known. Nay, few are the families in any civilized country on this continent without some personal experience of its effects; and fewer yet the communities anywhere which have not among them some living trophy of its victory over the subtle and dangerous diseases of the throat and lungs. While it is the most powerful antidote yet known to man for the formidable and dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organs, it is also the pleasantest and safest remedy that can be employed for infants and young persons. Parents should have it in store against the insidious enemy that steals upon them unprepared. We have abundant grounds to believe the Cherry Pectoral saves more lives by the consumptions it prevents than those it cures. Keep it by you, and cure your colds while they are curable, nor neglect them until no human skill can master the inexorable canker that, fastened on the vitals, eats your life away. All know the dreadful fatality of lung disorders, and as they know, too, the virtues of this remedy, we need not do more than to assure them it is still made the best it can be. We spare no cost, no care, no toil to produce it the most perfect possible, and thus afford those who rely on it the best agent which our skill can furnish for their cure.

Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER,

Practical and Analytical Chemist,
Lowell, Mass.

And sold by all Druggists and Dealers in medicine everywhere.

RETURNED VOLUNTEERS
ATTENTION!

THE BOWERY CLOTHING COMPANY, No. 106 Bowery, near Grand St., (Sign of the Bulletin), Will supply your wants in the CLOTHING
line, at lower prices than the lowest of any other establishment. Call and see for yourselves.

Soldiers Attention!—Pain, disease, and exposure, with a hot climate, muddy water, and bad diet will be unavoidable; but armed with HOLLOWAY'S PURIFYING & STRENGTHENING PILLS you can endure all these and still retain good health. Only 25 cents per box.

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.

Schaffer, Son, Co.

MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF ALL THE LEADING RICH AND MOST POPULAR STYLES OF JEWELRY, WITH THE VIEW OF INCREASING THEIR BUSINESS TO AN UNLIMITED EXTENT, OFFER THE FOLLOWING ELEGANT ORNAMENTS AT THE UNSURPASSED LOW PRICES FOLLOWING:

VEST CHAINS, of many new and original styles. Parisien, new, $1. Hexagon, intricate, $2. All-the-Go, stranded, $3. Peace Keepsake, $5. Demoniac, heavy, $6. Alexandra, $8.

LADIES' SETS OF JEWELRY, consisting of Pin and Ear Drops to correspond. Florentine, Paintings, and Jet, per set, $2. Enameled and Chased, $3. Coral, intwined, $3. Garnet, Turquois, brilliant, &c., $5. Stone, Mosaic, or Im. Diamond, $8.

RINGS, of the most fashionable and desirable styles. Plain, Scale, Seal, and Chased, $1. Signet and Shield, all sizes, $2. Fancy Stone Signet, $3. California Diamond, $5. Enameled, in cluster, $8.

BOSOM AND SCARF PINS. Handsomely mounted, and of all fashionable designs, Scroll and Leaf, $1. Clutched Hand, with one, $2. Brazilian Diamond, $3. Cluster, Im. Diamond, $5. Ditto, with handsome pin, ball, and chain, $6.

SLEEVE BUTTONS AND STUDS, in sets. An extensive variety of patterns, comprising every conceivable design. Engine-turned and engraved, $1. Solitaire, unique and handsome, $2. Ditto, enameled, with stones, $3.

LOCKETS, all double glasses. Engine-turned and engraved, $1. Larger, $2. An imitation of a lady's watch, a superb ornament, $4. Ditto, superior, $5.

GOLD PENS AND PENCILS, made by ourselves, and warranted. Silver mounted, extension, holder and pen, $1. Ditto, larger size, $2. Business, a very superior article, $3.

Parties wishing any of the above have only to remit the price in a letter plainly addressed, as below, and the articles will be sent by return mail free of expense.

ON ORDERS OF ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS AND UP-WARD, A DISCOUNT OF TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. WILL BE DEDUCTED FROM THE ABOVE PRICES. Great inducements offered Sutlers, Gift Enterprises, &c. Address

SCHAFFER, SON, & CO.,

169 Broadway, New York.

HILTON'S
INSOLUBLE CEMENT

Is not a combination of Glue, Rubber, or Gutta Percha, and will not decompose or become corrupt.

It is the only Liquid Cement extant that will stick Patches and Linings to Boots and Shoes sufficiently strong without stitching, and effectually mend broken Furniture, Crockery, Toys, Bone, Ivory, and articles of household use.

It is a liquid. It is insoluble in water or oil. It will adhere oily substances firmly and completely.

HILTON BROTHERS & CO.,

      Proprietors, Providence, R. I.

Put up in packages for Family and Manufacturers' use from 2 oz. to 100 lbs.

For sale by all Druggists, and Dealers in Leather Findings, &c.

150 Needles 25 Cents.

BARTLETT'S BURNISHED NEEDLES "Sew Easier." All sizes. Free by mail. Bartlett's Needle and Sewing Machine Furnishing Depot, 442 Broadway, N. Y.

IODINE WATER.

Dr. H. ANDERS & CO., Physicians and Chemists, 428 Broadway, N. Y. Circulars sent free.

HOSTETTER'S
CELEBRA'T'ED
STOMACH BITTERS.

TO THE MARTYRS OF LIVER COMPLAINT.—Among the wonderful medical properties which have rendered HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS pre-eminent among the health-restoring preparations of the age, its anti-bilious virtues are not the least remarkable. No words can do justice to its marvelous effect upon the diseased liver. Perhaps the simple words of a convalescent sufferer, who describes it as "going right to the spot," tell the story as clearly as may be. It does go right to the spot. It operates directly upon the disordered organ, and whether unduly active or in a state of paralysis, restores it to a condition of health. The sickness at the stomach, pain between the shoulders and in the right side, yellow suffusion of the skin, costiveness, drowsiness and languor, dimness of sight, colic, palpitation of the heart, dry cough, low fever, and other symptoms, which indicate the various phases of acute and chronic liver complaint, are one and all promptly relieved, and finally removed, by the action of this famous preparation, which is at once the best of correctives, the gentlest and most genial of aperients, an infallible regulator, and a powerful restorative. Persons of a bilious habit, who use the Bitters as a protective medicine, will never suffer the pains and penalties of liver disease or bilious remittent fever. This, the proprietors guarantee.

Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, PREPARED AND SOLD BY    HOSTETTER & SMITH, PITTSBURGH, PA.

DEPOT FOR NEW YORK, 428 BROADWAY.

National Union League

PINS.

Superior in design and unsurpassed in finish. Price per hundred, $6; per thousand, $50.

Sent by mail or express, pre-paid. Address sole Manufacturers, SALISBURY, BRO. & CO.,       Providence, R. I.

"Noses" and their Significance. Roman, Grecian, Indian, Negro, Celestial, pug, long, short, thick, sharp, aquiline, "turn ups," and Jewish Noses, with the "why and wherefore" of these varieties. Portraits and characters of our leading Generals, and other officers, with their Phrenology, Physiolygy, Physiognomy, and Psychology. Also Ethnology, Anthropology, &c., given in the PHRENOLOGICAL JOURNAL and LIFE ILLUSTRATED. A new vol. begins with July No. $1.50 a year, or 15 cents a Number. Address

FOWLER & WELLS, 308 Broadway, N. Y.

Union League Badge.

National Union League.

To the Trade.

E. N. FOOTE & CO.,

Manufacturers Jewelry, 208 Broadway, New York.

Artificial Legs and Arms, Selpho's Patent, 516 Broadway, N. Y., are the best substitutes for lost limbs the World of Science has ever invented. (Established 24 years.) Send for Pamphlet. Soldiers supplied.

It will also prevent the breaking of chimneys, and save the trouble and expense of making more than ten million of fires annually. Used on any Kerosene lamp without obscuring the light (no smoke or odor). Price 25 cents. Sold at lamp stores. Also by E. P. GLEASON, Manufacturer, 135 Mercer St., N. Y.

Orders from the trade solicited.

Cure of Gravel in Two Weeks.

LEE, Oneida Co., N. Y., Jan. 27, 1862.

Dr. B. Brandreth:

MY DEAR SIR: I received your letter acknowledging draft on Metropolitan Bank for thirty dollars, for Brandreth's Pills, which have been largely sold in this town for the last thirty years.

Within a few weeks one of the most respectable of our citizens was sorely afflicted with gravel; no less than eight medical men were called in with a view to giving relief to the severe pain, which caused the patient to utter piercing cries, which were heard a block. The doctors exerted their skill in vain; as a last resort Brandreth's Pills were purchased from me. The first dose of six gave ease, and two boxes effected a perfect cure within two weeks. In our town, there are persons who have been cured of almost every disease by the use of these Pills. Be sure and see my "new supply are fresh Pills and new style.

Your Friend and Agent, of many years standing.

ASA FILLMORE.

In all cases, be sure and get NEW STYLE BRANDRETH'S PILLS, and be put off with no other. You thus secure fresh Pills, and the genuine.

PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 294 Canal Street. Also No. 4 Union Square, and all dealers.

FREE.—GILT METALLIC UNION BADGES GRATUITOUS TO SOLDIERS ONLY! Unconditional Loyalty to the Government should be the Watchword of the Hour. Send two 3 cent stamps for postage.

      HUBBARD BROS., New York.

WOOL TWINE, in balls and skeins.

Flax and Hemp CARPET WARP,

2 and 3 ply, colored and grey. All kinds of twine and cordage at lowest net cash prices.

   H. A. HARVEY, 84 Maiden Lane.

The King Microscope — Double Lens. Prof. Hereford, of Harv and University, says: "It works very well, and you have got it up very neatly." 65 cents. The "S. Woodward" 38, and the "Bowen" Microscopes 28 cts. One of each (3) for $1. Free by mail. T. Edwin King, "Evans Hall," No. 3 Tremont Row, Boston, Mass.

HARPER'S

NEW MONTHLY MAGA ZINE

TERMS.

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

Two Copies for One Year ................5.00

An Extra Copy, gratis, for every Club of TEN SUBSCRIBERS, at $2.50 each, or 11 Copies for $25.00.

HARPER'S MAGAZINE and HARPER'S WEEKLY, together, one year, $5.00.

HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS.

HARPER'S WEEKLY.

Single Copies Six Cents.

TERMS.

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

One Copy for Two Years ......................5.00

And an Extra Copy will be allowed for every Club of TEN SUBSCRIBERS, at $2.50 each, or 11 Copies for $25.

HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS.

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