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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

eJp&g/ CARRIAGE MAKERS. ' l^g^ J. LEITENBERGEK * SON, . - 007 ?INB STREET. fel 3m,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

KEAL ESTATE SALES. *& PEREMt-TURY SALE—By order ot HH- Heirs —Estate late ot JAMES-FLOYD, deceased JAMES A. FREEMAN, Auctioneer.— On WEDNESDAY, Feb. loth, iSlii, at 12 o'clocknoon, will be sold at Public Sale, at the PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE, the folio .ving described Real Estatelate the property of JACOB FLuYD. deceased, viz: No. 1—THREE-STORY BKIGK DWELLING, SECOND street, north* of Jefferson. All that three-story Brick Messuage, two rooms deep, wi'h two-story rack buildings and lot of ground, situate on the west side of Second street, 127 feetllinthes north of Jefferson street, 16 feet 9% inches front; the lot 73 feet 4 inehe 's deep. 850 to be paid at the time of sale. . No. 2. THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLINGSECOND street north of Jefferson. All lhat three, story Brick Me snage, 2 rooms deep, with two-Etory back buildings and lot of ground, adjoinir.gNo. 1, 10 feet B% inches front, and 73 feet 4 inches deep. §suto be paid at the time of tale. No. 3 THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

' EEAL ESTATE SALES. 4m. ORPHANS' COURT SALS.—Estate of ffiil PETER WAGER, deceased, VALUABLE FARM, 178 ACRES WITH EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS, TENANT HOUSE and OUTBUILDINGS, BETHLEHEM TURNPIKE, Montgomery county, lDmiles from Philadelphia. Urder authority of tht Orphans* Court for the county of Montgomery, will be sold without reserve, at Public Sale, on WEDNESDAY, Feb. 17lh. 1FC4, at 12 o'clock, NooD,at the MEROHANS' EXCHANGE, in " the Oity of Philadelphia, the following described Real Estate, late of PETER WAGER, deceased, viz—All that valuable tract of 178 acres of land, situate at the village ol Montgomery Square, Montgomery county, on the Spring House and Hilltown Tnrnpike, 3 miles from two Stations, ou the North Pennsylvania Railroad13 miles from Philadelphia, and 10 miles frem Norristown, and 8 miles from Doylestown. The improvements aro large and commodious coBsisting of a stone mansion, tenant hou=o. stone barn, Etabline for forty-five head of cattle, carriage-honse, wago...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

MEDIGAi. riu. / GREAT TRIUMPH OF MRS. M. G. X 1-Ri.WN'S "Metaphysical Discovery!' over :ui qu c! ery. Read carefully the following certi' .tcaieci t-ndered me for the benefit of ail suffering liumaiity: Glot/CestebN. J.Jan. 30, 1864. I, Mr. William Lee, of Gloucester, Camden comity, N. J., do certify that my .wife, Ellen, has been eufering severely with a complication of diseases for eight years. The first symptom oSdir ease was a womb complaint, on its first apjearauteshe was confined to her bed for seven weeks; diseases of various kinds set in one after anothtr, tUl my wife was an entire wreck. She las been under the treatment of ten of the first physicians, all of whom failed to render her any relief, anJ she wis fast sinking in the-arms of death. It is more than four years since she was able to attend to hoi.sehold duties. I have been compelled to employ a housekeeper. "We bad given up doctorng as useless. Most providentially and throughbe blessing of God, mj housekeeper w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

EEAL ESTATE SALES. - ' . ' «=j i-?KF.tiaiys' COUitl' SALE. -. E<i-i-v luila BANS SON TAYLOR, dee'd—J AMES A i KEEMAN, Auctioneer.—Under anthori y of thi-Orphanb' Court for the City and County of Philadelphia, or WEDNESDAY, Feb 17, 1801, at .12 o'clock, Noon, will be sold at Public Sate, tithe PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE, the foHow ing described Real Estr.te, late of Bankson Taylor, dee'd. viz.:.No. 1. " VALUABLE PROPERTY, No. 137 North SE< OND Street—All that certain messuage and lot of gr-nnd situate on t'e east side of Second street, between Race and Arch stieets in the city ol Philadelphia, containing iu breadth pr front on the s.tid Second street nineteen feet, and in length or depth ope hundred and nineteen fei t IS!" The above property ir. a valuable fhree-stor.v brick store, No. 137 N. Second sticet, aad will be sold according to a plan and survey made by the Surveyor-of the District: tho lot being 19 feet 2 inches front, and UB feet deep, on the. north line to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

INSURANCE. i ELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANGE COMPANY—Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, 1835. OFFICE—S. E. Corner THIRD andNWAL NUT Streets, Philadelphia. MARINE INSURANCE ON VESSELS, ) CARGO, ) To all parts of the world. FREIGHT, S INLAND INSURANCES On Goods, by River, Canal, Lake and Land Carriage, to all parts of the Union. FIRE INSURANCES On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelling Houses, &c. ASSETS OK THE COMPANY. November 1, 16G3 8ICO, 000 United States 5 per cent Loan 897,000 08 75. t!O0 • • 6 per ct Loan 5-20s 75,000 00 20,CM1 «' " «• 1881 22,1100 U0 5»,UO0 •' 7 3-10 pr ct Tr Nts 53,250 00 100,000 State of Penna. 5 per cent Loan 100,997 5<i 54,000 " 9 per cent " 57,680 no 123,050 Philadelphia City 6 per ct Loan 127,52s 00 30,mm State of Tennesses5 ber ct Loan 15,000 00 !CKKI Pennsylvania Railroad first mortgage 6-per centbonds.. 22,300 50,000 Pennsylvania Railroadsecond mortgage 6-per cent, bonds.. 53,259 15,000 3«o shares stock Germantown G...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

; ' , ' ., ' msu^Nca. , -V " v the county fire insurance oom pany:-office no. 11u south fourth stjbeet, . ¦ BELOW. OHESTKDT. • 'The Fire Insurance Company ofthe County of Philadelphia." Incorporated by the Legislator Of Pennsylvania in 1639, for indemnity against loss or damage by fire, exclusively. .CHARTER PERPETUAL. This old and reliable institution, with ample capital and contingent fund carefully invested, -Continues to insure buildings, furniture, merchandise, &c.,- either permanently or for a limited time, against loss or damage by fire, at the lowest rates consistent with the absolute safety of Its customers. ' ' . " Lcsses adjusted and paid with, all possible dt-•pateh. MB-ECTOES. Oharies J. Sutter, Robert V. Massey, Henry Crilly, John Horn, Frederick Schober, Joseph Moore, " Henry Budd George Mecke, Andre-w H. Miller, \ James N. Stona. ?l ™,.m Q SA ?LES J- SUTTER, Presldeat. BbujamibF. HoBogrsr. See 'y and Treasurer. F £<! 'FIRE ASSOCIATION--fciia \ In...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

LIFE INSURANCE. THE MANHATTAN LIFE INSUBANOB COMPANY OF NEW YORK, Accumulation nearly ....52,000,000. Total Losses Paid 850,000. Dividends made over 700,000. PHILADELPHIA BRANCH OFFICE, No. 41° WALNUT Street, JAMES B. CARR, Agent and Attorney. - This Company offers superior inducements to persons desiring to effect an insurance upon their lives, giving to those who desire the privilege of settling their premiums, annually, semi-annually or quarterly. . - The rates are lower than most Companies offer, and the insured are participators in the profits. The business ol the Company is devoted exclsfsively to the insurance of lives. It is prompt in the payment of its losses. Any information upon the subject will be cheer - fully given by the" AGENT, together with all necessary Books and Tables upon the subject. LOCAL BOARD OF REFERENCE Rt. Rev. Alouzo Potter. Keen &. Coates. D. D. Thos. iRobrns, Esq. Hi. Rev. W.B. Stevens. Clem. Tingley, Esq. D D. A. W. Little, Esq. Hon. Joh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

/ ^^^^P^^-M^^HMM-VH :- ¦ -• ' - MEDICAL. - -ipal dentallthaT--~— ~rr T~- — _ A superior article tor cleanlnr the Taatii fit. •troying anlmalcnls whicrfinfelt tienT^Vln; tone to the gums, and leavlnj a fB *S of fra g ance and perfect cleaiUiness in the mftrth ^: may be used dally, and willT» fonnatoTtre^rthmweak and-bleedin*gumswbUe^the aronm aT^de ' terslveness wilTrecommend ltto ' eSS.f'S tag composed with the assistance of th«^;^,75 Physiaian, and MlcroscopSt u uTStSuS^- offered as a RELIABLE BnbsWteforaS uno2? tain Washes formerly in vogue. uncar-Emiiient DenUstsacquainted with the'cmnrrit* snts of the DENTALLlNA, advocate tte -Ss? it contains nothing to prevent its unrestrained ra ployment Made only by —™u »jl. JAMES T. SBTNN, ApotHecarV. _ BROAD and SPRUCE Streets For sale by Druggists generally, and Fred, Brown, D. L. Stackhonse. Hassard&Co. , Roberto. Davis, G. R. Keeny, Geo. O. Bowers, Isaac H. Kay, Charles Shivers, O. H. Needles \3r. 3. ScatteTgood, T. J. Hasb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

TOBACCO AND SEQAES. ' ¦: .. ENTUCKY TOBACCO.—Dark heavy- Ken.-: tucky Tobacco, suitable for shipping, In store aud for sale by GEORGE ALKINS,, 10 and 12 feonth Delaware avenue.. jalS : ENNSYLVANIA SEED LEAFTOBAOOO: —114 Case- Pennsylvania Seed Leaf Tobacco* Wrappers and Fillers, and Old Cavendish for sale by GEORGE ALKIN'S, 10 and 12 South Betas : warp. Ayenne. ,.... , _ ;:_.. * .,.;.- ,.ja»>.>uV IRGINIA MANUFACTUREJ^OKACyy—^ THE FIRST ARRIVAL SINCE THEWAB BROKE OTJT.-^35 boxes superior sweet . .lump* j just received from Norfolknow ft™f i^"? schooner Florence, and for sale BEi,3^;, *L :r-*,?V'-' THOM AS-W-EBSTEB, JB., r ; £ General Agent Uiilon Stearnshi^Oompanyi K;i*o

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

' * PPLE BUTTER, SAUOE, 3b{J—3it)0O^CSs&a A genufneplnrfsyl ' vanla Apple. Butter; . 1,009 ca^sg Shaker Apple ' Sauce: 50 «>%^gg?^ Cider In Cans. Forsale by JOS. B. BUSSIE« « CO., I08and. UO sotttb. "Wharres.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

»¦« — ww rrwwHfiiT*Mwinffr,-».fw^nrr-r—— -^ TATHS.-A cargo ot 600,000 for sale by E. A. JU SOTDER* f)0,, Docls rtr<«t wharf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

' ' ' ,; ': ' - ' AMUSEMENTS. A MEKIUAN ACADEMY OF MUSIO. GERMAN OPERA. Second Night of the Season, " "WEDNESDAY EVENING. Too 10th. The German Opera Company,, received with so much, favor on Monday evening, will have the honor of presenting to their friends ia Philadelphia on Wednesday evening the FomthticOperaof LA DAME BLANCHE (The. Wnite La v), By Boiel.iieu, with the followiug uieiiualed cast, including the celebrated Basso, HERE HERMANNS. Gaveston HerrHERMANNS Anna. Mad. JOti ¦ j. nl ,N >E .V George Brown..... '. Hn r Hahel manu Maigarethe ;.V.........Mad Froclerici Dickson Herr Kronfell Mac Irion...... Herr Oraff Scene, Scotland. Castle ot the Connt of Aveael. Conductor. .GAEL ANSUriU 2,. Tickets ol admission to Porq.net, Paru_uet Circle and Balcony, SI. No extra charge lor Sccnred seats. Family Circle, 50 cents. Amphitheatre, 25 cents. jDoors open at 7&. Performance to commence at 8 o' clock. FRIDAY EVENING, Feb. 12th, Third Night ofthe Season. GRAND MATI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

NEW PTJBlICATHOTS cannot he done, in a newspaper justice can Correspondenc* of 'gS ore ^ sZA M John Weiss, recently JSed by Messrs. Appleton & Oo. FUUng two large bo'avo volumes, of nearly 500 pages each, and closely printed, it.furnishes material for many essays , and renews. Mr. Parkers life was full of earnest labor, and his correspondence, journals and Other persona! writings are rich- in thought and suggestion, as .a thinker and writer on public questions, he was far in advance of most of his contemporaries; and his honest convictions as to the condition and prospects of our country, expressed'as they *ro repeatedly in bis letters, appear.now like prophecies fulfilled. For instance . inaletterto Senator Hale, dated Oct. 21st, 1856, a/oc simile of whieb is contained in the work before us, Mr. Parker said, "If Buchanan is President, I think the Union does not hold out his four years. It must end in civil war," which I have been preparing for these six months past." ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

Jobs C. Heenan's Condition We had a visit from Heenau on Friday, January 22, and werfr' sorry to find that he was still suffering irom severe illness. He has been so much reduced in weight that he now barely weighs twelve stone seven pounds. He declares that beyond the first tifo or three rounds of his match with-KiDg he has no recollection whatever of any thing that took place, nor can he in any way account for the extraordinary falling off in his fighting. He felt on entering the ring "fit to fight for his life, and he looked upon victory as a foregone conclusion; uut in a very few minutes a giddiness came over him, for which he cannot account, and beyond' this he remembers nothing at all, and* he declares he has never felt tlie same man since. His looks on Friday certainly bore out his statement as to his health, and it will evidently require great care on his part to get himself round. lie intends paying a flying visit to Liverpool to-day; On Monday, January 25, his friends wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

wants. X\; ANTE!'—IN A DRESS-MAKING- ESTAVV M.lSHMENT. in Washiueiou, D.--C, a LADY who is a first-rate CUTTER, and will take charge ofthe. worii-roora. Liberal salary will be p iven to one who can produce good references. Applications addressed to A. (3., Bos 2574 Philadelphia Post Office, will be promptly attended to fril 3t, TJI/ANTliD—1 wo tlrnt-cliss S&LESVIEtv ne-YV quainttd with Oity and near C-oantry Trade, in a . Tobliinp Hosierv and Notion House. Address Box 2204 Philadelphia Post Office. fe0 ' -3r* E ~TlIPLOY.Mi.NT WAN IED—BY A GENTLEMAN, about middle aire, in moJera'e heal h, a situation as Collector, in a Banlringhjuse, Insurance, or < ther mercantile businrss. Silary expected, moderae. Kirtereifce if required. Please address j.i this office, * * Experience ' tetl-Gt AKGE F1RSI-UL.A.SS SERVANTS' 1MPLQYMEN.T HOUSE has al ways a sood section of capable1 , civil WOMEN and GIRLS, lor laniilv servants and Hotels, and every branch oiufiiilness, to suit all. 7...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

GIKARD FIRE AND MAEINB INSURANCE COMPANY, OFFICE, 415 WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. CAPITAL ^ - $200,000. INCOME FOR 1863, FROM FIBE IN-- TTRANOE PREYIIUMS AND INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS, $90,618 82. LOSSES PAID , $ 29 ,127 92 And unpaid (ore of SiiS*, and one of S339, as reported,bnt not in time to be adjusted before January 1st, IctJl,) thus hating nearly OO OOO OO Income, over Icfess, oat of which current expense? have b«n paW: alsj. two l'iyldeuds, amounting to TWiLVE PER CfcNT., declaiedin MAY AND NOVEMBER. TheCapilal of this Oonipany Is fnvesrpd In First j Class liondc and Mon^a^e<, Untted biairs Loans, | City cf Philadelphia llcan?Camden and AmDoy Ilailroad, ^nd othep«ndoubled Seearr.ift= in*.ludiug balance oi Cash in PhiladtIphia Biiii", $10,146 87 This Comra-ny has been doin 5 business for many jeaxs ruid rack ' s among tae safest in the country. $500,000 Has been disbursed bv it, for the beneat of its patrons for TEN YEARS. NOCOMPANY Excels it in promptness an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

1864, 1854. COTTONS AT EETAIL. We call the attention of Housekeepers to the LARGEST STOCK OF C0TT0H GOODS ever offered at .retail in this city. Having purchased largely of these goods at the COnlPAEATIVELY LOW PRICES \ ^j of last month, we can extend to onr jcustomers su-^ perior inducements, not only in the character of bur assortment, but I IN PRICES. Among our extensive line of Cottons, are to te found the following popular makes of 4-4 Bkached Shirtings. "Wamsntta, / ' Y711liamsville, temperIdenr, ' Attavrangan, Bockland, -Union, K«n Tawa*~ VrinaviiT. Xr.n . Pillow Caie and Sheetings, "We offer the following leading makes : 40 inch Bartalett, NT 6-4 Pepperill, 42 inch "Waltham, \ 10-4 Pepperill, 5* Bates, 10-4 Bates, 5-4, Boot "W, extra heavy, And other makes; ALSO, 9-4,10-4 and 11-4 UNB REACHED SHEETINGS i Harseillei Counterpanes. We can furnish these jroods in all sizes and finalities. We hriTe several lots in LOW-PKIOED GOOPS that are FAR BELOW PRESENT IMPORATION PRIC...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

CO-PARTNERSHIP. W, BENJAMIN TflACKABl IS THIS DAY ADMITTED A ~- PABTNpMNj OUR FIRM, AND WILL CONTINUE THE MANUFACTURE AN D BALE OF Gas r|ixtures and Iiamps, UNDIB THE FIRM NAME OF WAENEE,4 MISKEY & MERUILI. - MANUFACTORY . ; i Wo. 402 BACE STEEET. SALEROOMS, K0V;718 CHESTNC2 STEEET, and No 579 BE0ADWAY, New York, Philadelphia, February 1, 3301. _ ¦ *«—

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

:; % ' AMUSEMENTS. INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND —EXHIBITION every WEDNESDAY' atsipM Admission 10Oi Store, Nc. 11 3. ELGETH st. Hit ASSEMBLY BUL' DIN3y TENTH and OHT STNUT streeto.-THIS WEEKONLY -Mysterious Displays—Startling Wonders and Unaccountable Demonstrations in presenoe of the - - '• DAVENPORT BOYS. GO AND SEE THEM. Admission..... 50 cents. - Gallery .....25 cents.-Doors open at 7 o'clock. Commencing at 7^. Secured tickets, without extra charge, at the office of" the hall during the day, from 9 to 12 A. M, and from 2 to 4 P.M. fe8-6t* GERMANIA ORCHESTRA.—Public Rehearsals every Saturday at S# o' cioek, P. M., at .he MUSICAL FUND HALL. Single tickets,55 jents; packages of six tickets, 81. To be "had at Andre *s, 1104 Chestnut street; J. E. Gould; ¦3a-wpnt.b fiiarf Chestnut, and at the hall door, we.12 NTOlNfc. UEX2BEEU, Pianist ior priyau Soirees, Matinees, etc., etc. Mnsic furnished for any number of instruments. Office, 1017 WALNUT street, or at private residence, No. 713...

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