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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

- STOVES, HEATERS, &C. THOMAS S. DIXON, „ Late Andrews A Dixon, Ko. 1324 CHESTNUT saoet, . hiladelphU, Opposite United States Mint, Manufacturers ot LOWDOWN, PAELOR, CHAMBER, . OFFICE, • _ . ANB OTHER GRATES, For Anthracite , Bituminous and Wood Flr«» _ . ALSO, _ _. _ - WARM AIR FURNACES, . TSSSF Public and private bntldinga, BEGIST -RS, VENTILATOES, rrr ' AHTJ ¦ w TOI.tBa.lJEASnpCT»iT. ni,4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

PEEFUMEBy. HITE VIRGIN WAX OF ANTILLES. — A new French Cosmetic for Beautifying, Whitening and Preserving the Complexion, n % the most 'wonderful compound of the age. Then Is neither chalk, powder, magnesia jbismnth 01 talc In Its composition, and we offer a reward of 85000 to any chemist or other person who can discover any of these articles in its manufacture . I« la composed/entirely of pure Virgin, Wax—hence. Its extraordinary qu_lilies Ibr preserving the skin making it soft, smooth, fair and. transparent! It makes the old appear young, the homely handsomeihe handsome more beautiful, j^ i tbe moat beautiful divine. Price 25 and 50 cents For sale by HUNT A CO. .Perrnmers, No. 41 South EIGHTH Street, two doors, above Chestnut street. ! deus.araol-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

.AJBPKTIN.S, «Q. C AH.PETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, AND DRUQGBTS, WILTON, ) ' VELVET, j BRUSSELS, I THREE PLY, > OAKPSElSGa INGRAIN, { VENETIAN, 1 . HALL and f STAIR, - J - ¦ ¦ AU at tbe lowest cash prices, for sale by • ¦ K. L. KNICHT * SQ« T_ar t movxtnnt straat

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

DRA IN PIPE —Montgomery Terra Gotta Works; . ¦ ¦ - ¦ •¦ >""«» Price List tor 1864. 2 Inch pipe per 3 feet length 30 cents . 3 inch pipe per 3 feet length 38 cents . 4 inch pipe per 3 feet length 48 cents. 5 inch pipe per 3 feet length CO cents. * inch plpe.per 3 feet length 75 cents. We are prepared to furnish stone, ware drain pipeglazed inside and outside, fromato ISinchM In diameter, in large er small qnanatles, with an varieties ef TrapsBendsand other connections Liberal discount taThe trade. «w.whib. ' m McOOLLIN A EHOADS. aae 1221 Market street, PhiiatJelpSal

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

_ IJ0ST. OST—A-t)lSlfci__ i_ATVwT; r% of State of -Penhty U-a^for1 "?-^ , '^ J^ March I2tb, 1830No. 75 , ?_£?? "U5 , 'T d»t <»* MEREDITH. -r Also, a UertiSe Sl^J^rS Loan of State of Pennsy 1 vauia, for the sumer?™ ' atea June3Wh, 1845, No. 145-2,- ln: namfor ™T K. PHICE, Administrator of William Mereifth II Trnst. Application bas been made to tha Audi or-General for a rene wal of said CertiflcatBii ELI K. PRIOE.; .fe9-3m§ - No 811 Arch straej

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

INDIA RUBBER MACHINE BELTING (STEAM PACKINGHOSE, A<v Engineers and dealers will find a FULL At. SORTKENT CF GOODYEAR'S1 PATENT YULOANIZED RUBBER BELTING, PACKINGHOSE, Ac, at the Manufacturer'a HeadiSSen. GOODYEAR' 8 m . 308 Oheatnnt street. South side. N. B. We have a NEW and CHEAP ARTIOLA of GARDEN and. PAVEMENT HOSE, very oheap, to which tha attention ef the pnbli* 11 __!«_. - :O0»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

AgEStM/ CARRIAGE MAKERS, t V^SeWS- J. LEITENBERGER A SON. 1 rr^~ - .-V 607 PINE STREET. ; fel 3in 'i t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

V IRGIN ¦ OIL OF AIX. — This renowned £alad OU ismade from the finest Olives of Arx, IS*„ Sl in France. Imported and for sale by JOS. u. BUSSIer _ CO., 108 and 110 Son.* Whar.Yas,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

MEDICAL. : . LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS NJSVEB FALL TO OUKE THE SUFFEBIffOji LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are a apeefflo for aU female difflcnltiea ETON'S PEBIODIOAX. DROPS lx« wonderfully adapted to ebsttnwe casta. I ¦ - ' v„ ' IiYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are not pleasant to take, but powerful in their ration*. f LYON'S PERIODICAL DB0P8 sever —aim any one if they follow the directions. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS, n cases of painful sickness, act like a: : charm, 1& ylgoratmg, restoring and renovating the system. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS arc a scientifically prepare fluid preparation, and mora reliable than any PU1 or Powder. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS axe genuine only, when the name of Doctor John L. Lyon is written npon the directions, which a» wrapped carefully around each bottle. s LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are for sale by druggists In city aaiI comitry everywhere. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS cost bnt one dollar perbottle; will yon waste away With anxiety and pain, when Investment o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

TBAYELING GTJIDE. P^S £3S***|i*sa 1SS4. ARRANGEMENTS OT S_§:__S__«*N E'W YORK LINES. 1864. The CamoeiTand Amboy and Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad Companies' Lines from Philadelphia to New York.and Way Places. — FROM WALNUT STREET WHARF, Will leave as follows, viz ; »abi. At«A. M., via Camden-and Amboy, O. and A. Accommodation. , 92 25 At 8 A. M., via Camden, and Jersey City, Morning Express 3 60 At 8 A. M., via Camden and Jersey Oity, 2d Class'Ticket 3 25 AtlSffi[., via Camden and Amboy. C. and A. Accommodation 3 25 At 2 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, O. and A. Express.............. -; 3 68 At 1 PftM., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodatlon (Freight and Passenger) 1 75 At ft, P.M. via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation (Freight and Passenger), 1st Class Ticket .. . "?.... 2 25 2d Class do 150 AX IX P. M.via Camden and Amboy Accommodation (Freight and Passenger's) 1st ClassTicket , 2 25 2dClasdo. 1 50 For Manch Chunk, Allentown, Bethlehem, BeivldeTe, Easton, « j>Lambertyille...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

TRAVELING tBglDE. £_s 5-3hs^sc5 reading railroad. ' »s9^^ great trunk line fb-om. Philadelphia to the interior of pennsylvania, the sghuyl-,k1ll, suso.uehanna, cumbebland and wyoming vai»- .." LEYS, . ' . . ; ?fOETH, NSKTHWEST AND THE CANADAS PASSENGER TRAINS Leave the Company's Depot, THIRTBENT and CALLOWHILL streets, Philadelpb—1, at the follow—E hours: MORNING MAIL, At a. 15 A. M., for Reading, Lebanon, Harris, bnrg, Pottsville, Plnegrove, Tamaqiia, Snnbury, WilliamsportElmira, Roehester, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Allentown, Wilkesbarre, Pittston, York, Carlisle, Chambersbhrg, HagerstownAcAc. This train connects at READING with the East Peamsylvariia Railroad trains for Allentown, Ac, and with the Lebanon Valley train forHarrlsburg, fcc: at PORT CLINTON with Catawissa Railroad trains for Wilkesbarre, Williamspo.% Lock HavenElmira, Ac; at HARRISBURG with Northern Central, Cumberland Valley, - and Schuylkill aud Susquehanna trains, for Northumberland, Williamsport, York, Oham...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

JffBDIOAL. V 1 1,* wT»r .T*J.U_._H. OF MRS. M. G; A Mt^WN'S''Metaphysical Discovery" over «1 qn-ciery. Read carefully the Mlowiiisr crtifics-et, bndertdmelorthe benefltol all suffering humanity: . t * G>_ouCK6TEK, N. J., Jan. 39, 1864. ! J, Mr. William Lee, of Gloucester, Camden oiunty, Tv. J., do certify that my wife, Ellen, has ¦tfii eiifiering severely with a complication of rii-i-ases for eight years. The first symptom di oitease was a womb complaint, on its first ad-(taranceshe waB confined to her bed for seven «etts; diseases of various kinds set in one after uiiothirtill ,my wife was an entire wrecks She has been under th ^ e treatment of •en of the first physicians, all of whon failed to render her any relief, ani cue was fast sinking in the arms of death. It tp more than four years since Bhe.was able.to attend 'o household duties. 1 have been compelled to -mploy a honsekeeper. We had given np doctor* ng as useless. Most providentially and throngii he blessing o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

LEGAL iVOTI.JBS. IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY. OF PHILADELPHIA. Estate of JONATHAN HARGRAVES, deceased. The Auditor appointed by the Court to audit, settle and adjust the account of CHARLES SHAW, Executor of the last will audteo—n>nt of JONATHAN HARGRAVES, deceased, and to make distribution, ot the balance in the hands of the accountant, will meet the parties interested for the 1 urposes of his appointment,' on TUESDAY, February 23d, 186), at4 o'clock, P M-, at his office, No. 023 WALNUT Street, in the City ofPhilad.lphia. WILLIAM M. SMITH, TeS-m, w,i,5t$ . Auditor. IN THE ORPHANS CUUnT ..OUT-ECI.. ANDGOUNTYOF PHILADELPHIA—Es. tateof WILLIAM LANCASTER, deceased. The Auditor appoint* d by the Court to audit settle ana adjusttbeacconnt of THO.uAS WILSON, Execn-or of the last «iil and tesame-tot WILLIAM L ^NCASTEB. deceased, ana to make distribution ui the balsticein the hands of the aaconntant, will meet the parties interested forth pnrp ses ol bis appoin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

UBOOKR1ES. - ALM ERIA GRAPES. —Choice Alnieria Grapes in large clusters and first order, for sale by M. tr. SvPILLlN, N. W. corner Arch and Eighth streets. OFFEE. —Pr.me o d Government Java Coffee; alco, Maracaibo, La Guavra, Rio, Ac, for sale bj M F. SPILLIN, N. W. cornel Arch and Eighth streets. At CAR ONI AND VERMICELLI.—Italian Ma. csroni and Vermicelli of superior quality iusi landed auditor sale by M. £. SPILLIN, N. W. corner Arci and Eighth streets. Ai.P PINTS CHAMP-AG-WE. — Cabinet Champagne in cal' pints. <8-tiottles to th-i ca^e. >lso Heldsieck A Co.,Gieslori: Co .Grape Leaf, P-atio - the hhine, qts an i pu ; Widow Cliquot, pi,.i*, the geauiue tuticte, for sale- by SIMt'N t-C'LTON A SON, Broia aad-Walnnt. BE : Hi EHfcM BUCKWHEAT. -The genuine Keihleh-rn Bn kwlieat Meal aud Oat Jleal,for sa e bv .-IRION cOLTONAiSON,Broad and Walnut street*;. ' CvIlM^I-KATi HaMs.—Just leu-ivedaadfdr j i-aie hy s, vioN OOLTON A SON, Broad and W.-.lr.u'streets. (iMOICE HAMS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

PROPOSALS. TlROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY House op Re jHBSENrATiVES. Uotted States, > Cjleke' s Office, January 29, |18G4. i SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office until FRIDAY, the 4th day of March ;tf>4, at i2 o'clock M., for lurnishing each of the following classes 01 Stationery for the use of the L euEe of Representatives 0/ the United States, via: X UO reams white quarto Post Paper, extra superfine; taint lined I5t reams w—ite Commercial Note Paper, extra aur-eillne, faintlintd. 3u reams white Foolscap Paj; er,extra superfine, faint lined. 25 reams fancy Note Paper, assorted kinds, sizes, and colors 5t,l*u white thick adhesive Envelopes, 5#x3J£. Of,v,to while thick adhesive Envelopes, 5^x35-20,tC0 white thick adhesive Envelopes, 5#x2#. 30,0W) white thick adhesive Envelopes. ftjJx3K. 15 «0 white thick adhesive Envelopes; 8JJX3K. 10,000 lancy note Envelopes, assorted. 2£,i;W> buff adhesive Envelopes, 6«x3K. 51,000 bnfr adhesive Envelopes, 7Jjx3K....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

'.4 . ¦ j-. TBAYELLNG QUIDJi!;. , | CAPE MAY AND MILLVILLE RAILROA» Running time of trains, commencing FRIDAY Jan. 1, 1864, from Walnut Street Wharf. For Cape Island, Court Honse, Dennlsville Tnckahoe, Port Elizabeth, and by connecting lines of stages to all parts of Cape May county, at i A. M. Returning, leave Cape Island at 6 A. M (Due in Philadelphia at 10.15 A. M. ;.- Freight sent or brought daily; Apply to MORTON MILLS, Agent, 2d covered Pier above Walnnt street. . ' no 12 J. VAN RENSSELAER. Sup't. EG C£!-_S-S5 PHILADELPHIA AN1 HEi3leSp«l BALTIMORE OENTSAJWINTER ARRANGEMENT. Onand after Monday, Dec. 7th, 1863, the Train* will leave Philadelphia from the DEPOT of the W. C. A P. R. R.Co., NORTHEAST CORNEB OF EIGHTEENTH AND MARKET STREET?, at 8.00 A-M. and 4.00 P. M. Returning, leave Oxford at 7.00 ' A. M.i and3.W P. M. The Train leaving Philadelphia at 8.00 A. M connects at Oxford with a line ot Stages for Peact Bottom, in Lancaster County, returning, leavei Peach Bottom to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

- " ' > MEDICAL. * |PAL DENTALLINA. . .-A superior - article for _Ieahing the Teeth, destroying animalculsa which infest them, glvlnj tone to the gums, and leaving a feeling of fragrance and perfect cleanliness in the mouth. \ JS maybe used daily, and will be found to strengthen weak and bleeding gumswhile the aroma and detorsivenese will recommend'it to every one,. Being composed with the assistance of the Dentist, Physician, and Hlcroscoplst, it Is confidently offered as a RELIABLE substitute for the uncer. tain Washes formerly in vogue. Eminent Dentists, acquainted with the constitvente of the DENTALLINA, advocate its nse3; B contains nothing to prevent its unrestrained am> pioyment. Made only by , '^- JAMES T. SHXNN, Apo_.eC—ry. BROAD and SPRUCE StreaU .^ i or sale by Drugsftsta generally, and Sred. Erown, ill. L. StackhouM. Haes—_A_o., [Robert C. Davi*. ?-.B. Keejiy, Geo. C.,Bowers„ Isaac H.Kay Charles Shivers, C. H. Needles U_. J. Scattergood, x. j, -usbaud...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

EDUCATION. COPYING AND LETTER WRITING -Letters written for Ladies by a Lady, and Copyingqf Manuscripts, Ac,on very reasonable terms. Ladies may take Lessons in Writing Letters, showing them the proper mode of address, aud the most polite and fashionable lorms ol letter writing Manuscripts copied In different hand writings at short notice. Call or.address, REDNEK Street, near Oxford, sixth house above Tweiity-second, . f»i4-6t OWDOIN COLLEGE. '¦ ! v MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. The 44th Annual Coarse of Lectures in the MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE, at Bowdoin College, will commence February 26th, and-continue sixteen weeks. Circnlars containing fall information can be had bn application to" the Secretary, at irtlltimstottin, Mass. P. A. CHADBOURNE, M. D., Secretary. Bbvkswicb, 1884. fel-l8t BENCH AND ENGLISH BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for Tfonng Ladies. Tne second term of tbe season commences FEBRUARY 1st. For 1 irculars apply to the Misses BUCK, 1417 SPRUCE street. ja-30- — it* B ORDENTOWN FEMALE ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

^¦ ^^ A FRIEND IN NEED—TEY IT.—DS SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT U prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweetof Connecticnt, the great bone setter, and has been used in his practice for the last twenty years with the most astonishing success. As an "to""^ remedy It is without a rival, and will alleviate pain more speedily than any other preparation ForaURhenmaUo and Nervous Disorders It 1* truly infaiible, and as a curative ^ for Sores, Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, Ac., Its soothing, healing andpowerful strengthening properties. excite the jnst wonder and astonishment of all Who have ever given it a trial. Over four hundred certificates of remarkable curesperformec by it within the last two years, attest this fact. Sold every where. ¦ mlO-ty STLACK'S DIPHTHERIA LOZENGES.— These Lozenges are a safe and speedy cure for Diphtheria, Oonghe, S:re Throat, Hoarseness and Bronchial Afieatlqns generally. Try them. THOMAS ESTLAOK, Jr., Druggist, S. W. cor. ol Eighteenth and Market eta,, Phila. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

. T O BACCO AN D SEQARS. ENTUCKY TOBACCO.-Dark " heavy Kentntky Tobacco, suitable for shipping, in store and for sale by GEORGE ALKINS, 10 and 12 South Delaware avenue jal6 ENNSYLVANIA SEED LEAF TOBAOUO. —114 Cases Pennsylvania Seed Leaf Tobacco, Wrappers and Fillers, and Old Cavendish tor sale by GEORGE ALKIN'b, 10 and 12 Sonth Delaware Avenue. . . . ja.29 IRGINIA MANUFACTURED TOBACCO—THE FIRST ARRIVAL SINCE THE WAR BROKE OUT.—35 boxes superior aweet lamps just received from Norfolknow landing from schooner Florence, and for sale by THOMAS WEBSTER, JB., General Agent Union Steamship Company, 14 North, Delaware avena*. -

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