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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

&&£§!&' -Carriage MXkers, ¦ - &*£(&*j. leitenberger & son. ; 007 pine STREET.. lei.anx

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

TRAVELING GUIDE. i^-iansssei imm- arrangements oi* 4^28BSS™SWEW YORK. LINES. 1S84-TUe Camden and Ambcy and Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad Companies' Lines from Philadelphia to New York and Way Places. FROM WALNUT STREET WHARF, Will leave as follows, viz: »AB». At 6 A. M., via Camden ana Amboy, C. -¦ and A. Accommodation .......93 35 At 8 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, Morning Express ... 3 60 At 8 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, 2d ClassTicket 3 25 4ti2M., via Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Accommodation " *» At 2 P. M., via Camden and. Amboy, O. and A. Express........ " 8» At 1 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accom- -. modation (Freight and Passenger) ! " • At 6, P.M. via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation. (Freight and Passenger), 1st ' Class Ticket . - J".« JdOlassdo 150 A17 .& P. M., via Camden and AmTjoy Accommodation (Freight and Passenger's) 1st ClassTicket ..... S 2* SdClasdo.-" 15B For Mauch Chunk, Allentown, Bethlehem, Belvidere, Easton, Lambertville, Flemin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

kTEAM shipping? ' . ' ' :; ' ¦: ,V rf^Oi^ WEEKLY TO ItTVBH'^^SvCS?L Vt. ou<;Mn8 at QUEENSTOWH t^«™ , ^?''- ~?ne >el >-known Steamers of tt« Liverpool, I*ew York and PMladelphraSteamsnto Fmf?y £™ tended to sail M & **« ¦ ? T!V i.i)i«i>TJK&Ii ; .......Saturdav. Feb 13 CITY OF WASHINGTON " ..Saturday Feb 20 CITY OT LONDON. Saturday^ Feb. ' 37 And every succeeding Saturday at Noon, fcom Pier * ? North Elver. ^ • RATES OF PASSAGE: PAYABLE IB GOLD OB ITS EO .CIYALBKT C T OTfl SBBOT. - 1st tjEbm.............860 Steerage..... ...$3* M IstCs-bic to London. 85 Do. .to London 34M 1st Cabin to Paris 85 Do. to Paris.. 40 M 1st Cabin to Hameurg 90 Do. to Hamburg 37 09 Passengers also forwarded to Havre"Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, tc., at equally low rates. FAKHS FB03S LrvEBPOOL OE QUEBBSTOWI.— First Cabin,*'875, 885, S105. Steerage from Liverpool and Qneenstown, S20. Those who wish to send for their friends can buy tickets Here at tbesa rates. ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

¦M-a.LUU.A_L!. THE GREAT THIUMPH OF MRS. M. G. BROWN'S "Metaphysical Discovery" over all quickerv. Read carefully the following wrtillcaies, tendered me lor the benefit of all suffering humanity: Gloucester, N. J., Jan. 30, ISO*. I, Mr. William Lee, of GloncestT, Camden county, N. J., do certify that my wife, Ellen, has been ' mflVring severely witb a complication or diseases * for eight years. The first symptom of disease was a womb complain', on its first appearance the was confined to her bed for seven weeks; diseases of various kinds set in one after auotbir, till my wife was an entire wreck. She has been Under thB treatment of 'en of the first physicians, all of whom failed to render her any relief, an>< she was last sinking In the arms of death. It is more than four years since she was able to attend to household duties. I have been compelled to employ a housekeeper. We had given up doctoring as useless. Most piovidentially and through the blessing of God, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. UueurrenfcBank Notes and City Warrants bought at the lowest rates of discount. . }a2-2m Tjl VANS ft WATSON'S SALAMANDER SAFES, STORE No. 10 South FOURTH street PHILADELPHIA, PA. A lgrge variety of FIRE PROOF SAFES alwayt on hand, cheap for cash. myl9-ly PETER WRIGHT ft SONS, IMPORTERS-OF EARTHENWARE, AMD SHIPPING AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS NO. 115 WALNUT STREET, phiSaj>-Xpbx_.. jahbs a weight, , jolkmbmt a. smboom, tbosbtoa pikb, - ithbodobb wb.i3ht. lo OBI* EXCHANGE BANK, PHILADHLFHIA, November ffld, 1SS3. At the election held 16th inst the following Stockholders were duly elected Directors of th» Corn Exchange Bank; Alexander G. CatteU, John F. Gross, James Steel, Christian J. Hoffman, Robert Ervien, H. W. Catherwood, William P. Cox, Edmund A, Souder, Samuel T. Oanby, Charles E. Wilkins, Philip B. Mingle David Vanderveer, Jonathan Knight And at tbe meeting of the Board this day ALEX G. OATTELL, Esq.. was unanimously.Te-eleote...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

TRAVELING GglDE. ; MEBffiraeggJ READING RAILROAD. ggP^PS GREAT TRUNK LINE M PHILADELPHIA TO THE INTERIOR OF PENNSYLVANIA, THE SOHUYL- - KILL, SUSQUEHANNA, OUarBESLAND AND WYOMING VAL-. ' -LEYS, THB WORTH, NORTHWEST AND THE CAN ABAS PASSENGER TRAINS Leave the Company's Depot THIRTEEN! and CALLOWHILL streets, Philadelphia, at the following hours: . " MORNING MAIL, At 8.15 A.M., for Reading, Lebanon,. Harrisburg, Pott3ville, Pinegrove, Tamaq.ua, Sunbury Williamsport, Elmira, Rochester, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Allentown, Wilkesbarre, Fittsteh, York, Carlisle, Chambersburg, riagerstown, fto., &c. This train connects at READING with the East Pennsylvania Railroad trains for Allentown, &o., and with the Lebanon Valley train for Harrisbnrg, ftc.: at PORT CLINTON with Catawissa Railroad trains for Wilkesbarre, Williamspor', Lock Haven, Elmira, &c; at HARRISBURG with Kbrthern Ceritral, Cumberland Valley, and Schuylkill and Susquehanna trains, tor Northumberland, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

- PO-PABTNEHSHIPS. A NOTICE. —The firm of BISHOPSIMONS ft CO. is thiB day dissolved by mutual oonseut The business ofthe firm wiH be settled by either of the undersigned. S. S. BISHOP, _ . ' ' . HENRY SIMONS. January, 23,1864. ja23-stufcthlm$ NOTICE.—S. S. BISHOP having associated with him bis son CLEMENT BARCLAY BISHOP, JAMES HELMS, and WILLIAM H. MORISON, willcoiitinnethCCOMMISSION AND SHIP BROKERAGE BUSINESS, at 10S ARCH Street, under the firm of BISHOP, SON ft CO., from thiB date. S. S. BISHOP, C. B. BISHOP, JAMES HELMS, W. H. MORISON. " ' January 23, 1864. ja5>3-Btn&thlm§ "VTOTICE—THE CO-PARTNERSHIP h»reto-XV lore existing under the name of SHARPLESS BROTHERSis this day dissolved. Tbe business of the firm will be settled by either of the undersigned at 801 CHESTNUT street. SAMUEL J. SHARPLESS, CHARLES L. SHARPLESS, HENRY H. G. SHARPLESS. Philadelphia, 1st mo., 15th1661. The subscriber will continue the Dry Goods Business as successor to the old firm of Sbar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

1SSC^^^33 GERMANTOWN AND NOB-4BHmg TOWN RAILROAD. —^ TIME TABLE. On and after December 7th, 1803. Until further notice. FOR GERMANTOWN. Leave PMladelpbia—6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, A M.; 1, 3, 3.10, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 13P.M. Leave Germantown—«, 7, IU, 8, 8.20, 9, 10, 11, 12 A.M.; 1, 3, 3, 4, 5, 6, «X, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 P. M. ¦ The 8.20 down train will not stop after leaving Germantown. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia—9.10A. M.; 2, 7, 10* P. M. Leave Germantown—S. 10 A. M.; 1, 6, 9V P. M. CHESTNUT HILL RAILROAD. Leave Philadelphia—6,. 8, 10, 12 A M., 3, 3JK, SV, 7, 9 and 11 P. M. Leave Chestnut Hill—7.10, 8, 9.40, 11.48 A M. 1.40, 3.40, 5.40, 6.408.40 and 10.40 P. M. The 3% and 5\ up trains do not stop on Germantown Branch. _ ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia—9.10, A. M.; 3, and 7 P. M. Leave Chestnut Hill—7.50 A. M.; 12.40, S.40 and 9.25 P. M. FOR CONSHOHOOKEN AND NORRISTOWN. Leave Philadelphia—6, 8*, 11.05 A M.; ltf, 3, iH, 6.05, 8.05, and 11^ P. M. Leave Norristown—6, 7, 7.6...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

PROPOSALS. No sale or appraisement can be claimed by the contractors on any wreck until all the vessels EMned shall have been removed, and duly received by the comrf.audant, unless by authority of the Navy Department. No wreck will be considered removed while any portioD of keel or floor timbers remains. Ail the wrecks, as well as fragments of timber anu other material, (which may tbe tbe result of blasting,) must be deposited at the Navy Yard at such place or places as the Commandant may designate. And such property, after having been received by the Commandant, shall be considered in charge of the Unitea States Government until disposed of agreeably to tbe specifications of the contract to be made. All the appliances nsed in raising the wrecks must be furnished at the expense ot the contractors. The iffer must state the rate per centum, or salvage, for raising and del-vering each vesEel, also, for wrecking; the value to be ascertained and determined by two persons to be appoin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

—T——™————~—^T^™** " medioal. r\PAL DENTALLINA. A superior article for cleaning 019 Teeti&yd* stroylng animalcnlsj which infest them, givir-j tone to tbe gums, and leaving a feeling of fira. grancnand perfect cleanliness in tile month. If may bStneed daily, and will be foundto strengthen weak and bleeding gums, while the aroma and datersiveuess will ' recommend it to every one. Being composed with the assistance of the Dentist Physician, and Microscopist it is confid»ntI? cbered as a RELIABLE substitute for the uncertain Washes formerly in vogue. Eminent Dentists, acquainted with the constitm-¦mts of the DENTALLINA, advocate its uses: ti contains nothing to prevent its unrestrained, employment. Made only by - TAMES T. SHINN, Apothecary. BROAD and SPRUCE Streets For sale by Druggists generally, and Fred. Brown, D. L. Stacknousa. Haseard ft Co., Roberto. Davis, G. R. Keeny, Geo. C. Bowers, Isaac H. Kay, Charles Shivers, O. H. Needles, C3-. J. Scattergood, T. J. Husband, J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

TRAVELING GUIDE. , ¦ i JSaH^il^Sa wkst jersey railroad yf'<s^S~? M^—Ruiinlng time of trains, comtw-UciLfc .FKiltAY/Jan. 1, - 1801. _ ^ROM WALNUT STREET WHARF. For Cape May at 0 A. M. Returning at 6 A. M fcorMillevillej&c., atOA. M. andSP. M. Re-- turning at 8 09 A. M. and 110 P. M.' iorPndgeton, &c, at 9 A. M. and 4 P- M. Re-^ turning at 6.30 A. M. and 130 P. M. cor Salem, ftetat 9 A. M. and 3 and 4 P. M. ^turning at 4 and 8 A M. and 110 P. M. * or „jr V?nTy > &c-. at 9 A. M. and 3, 4 and 8 F. Jri, Rs'tirninE at7.00, 7.48, 9.38A. M. and * 45 P.M. J. VAN RENSSELAER, Superintendent. SALEM RAILROAD. r-lXn^n^l. 'ar 0I ffains, commencing FRIDAY. Jan. I, 1bd4. . K*0 ™ Walnut Street Wharf at 9 A. M. and3 and 2^- o^-a F1 ^11 * 1211 - Rottrning, leave Salem at4 and 8 A. M, and 1.10P. M. -»?J^J?at tlaily eacn w& y- -fl-ppiy to MORTON MILLS, Agent 2d Covered Pier above Walnutst. J. VAN RENSSELAER, Superintendent CAPE MAY AND MILLVILLE RAI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

A FRIEND IN NEED—TRY IT DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT it prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet ci Connecticut the great bone setter, and has beet used in his practice for the last twenty years with the most astonishing success. As an externa! remedy it 1b without a rival, and will alleviaw pain more speedily than any other preparation. For all Rheumatic and Nervous Disorders it it truly lnfalible, and as a curative for Sores, Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, ftc., its soothing, aealing and powerful strengthening properties, •xcite the just wonder and astonishment of all who have ever given It a trial. Over four hundred certificates of remarkable cures, performe. by It within the last two years, attest this fact Sold everywhere. rnlO-ly ODGSON'S BRONCHIAL TABLETS ABE found to be-an indispensable requisite in tfct treatment of Bronchitis, Catarrh, Hoareness, and similar complaints affecting the organs of the voice; particularly recommended by public speaksrs, singers, and amateur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

EDUCATION. B OWDOIN COLLEGE. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. The 44th Annual Course of Lectures in the MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE, at Bowdoin College, will commence February 26th, and continue sixteen weeks. Circulars containing full information can be had on application to the Secretary, at Williamstown , Mass. ¦ P. A. OHADBOURNE, M. D. i Secretary. Bhpmswick, 1864. - fel-18t F^N °H f?,I ?TE . NGLISH BOARDING and -DAY SCHOOL for Young Ladies. Thesecond termof tbe season commences FEBRUARY 1st. IpR^CE sgee^to thB M i53ea *™W ^RDENTOWN ^ -^m^ ,. OOLIlE (JI . ThiB Institution Is ^ pleasantl y located on the Delaware River, 1* ^ hour's ride from Philadelphia; Special attention Ispaid to the common and higher branches of ENGLISH, aad superior advantages furnished in Vocal and Instrumental Music. FRENCH taught by native anU spoken In the family. For Catalogues, address Rev. JOHNH. BRAKELEY, A. M., jal4.2m* — President.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

PERFUMERY. H1TE VIRGIN WAX OF ANTILLES.-A new French Cosmetio for Beautifying, Whitening and Preserving the Complexion, It ij the most wonderful compound of the age. -there is neither chalk, powder magnesia, Jbismutn oy talc in its composition, and we offer a reward ol 85000 to any chemist or other person whocan discover anv of these articles in its manufacture. It is composed entirely of pure Virgin Wax-hence, Its extraordinary qualities for preserving the skin, making it soft smooth, fair and transparent It makes tbe old appear young, the . homely handsome the' Sandsome more beautiful, ' and the most beautiful divine. Price 35 and 50 cents. For sale by HUNT ft CO.,Perfumers, No.41 Soutn EIGHTH Street, two doors above Chestnut Btreet. " del5-2mot .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

DRAIN PIPE.—Montgomery Terra Cotta Works: Price List for 1S61. 2 ' inch pipe per 3 feet length 30 cents. 3 inch pipe per 3 feet length 36 cents. 4 inch pipe per 3 feet length « cents., r 5 inch pipe per 3 feet length 60 cents. 6 inch pipe per 3 feet length « cents. ^. Wn Vita tvmrinred to furnish stone-ware drain nine ibSeStoffiVd outside, from 3 to;i5jinches Skiameter ^ in largeorsmall, quantities, with all vtoe^so^TralS' Bends, and other connections. Liberal discount to ttettato ^ & EHOiDSi agj 1831 Market street Philadelphia. TJlOBSALE.-300Ton&Key West Stone, MtsbJp 1? NSwEngland. For terms appiy to PETEa WlJSGHT ft SONS . US Walnut street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

L^-TJIS;;? *- esx e° ol 600,000 for sale by £. *. SOUDER* CO., Sock (treat waart *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

^VANARY SEED. — TWENTY-FI VE ~ BBLl» Uptime Canary Seed In store and for sale by WORKMAN ft CO..Ko.I5 _ Wata. street

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

- REAL g STATE SALES. m ORPHANS' COURT SALE ESTATE T J^i311?1511""* vSOHNITZEL, Doceased.-JAMES ~A. FREEMAN, Auctioneer.—Und?r authority of the Orphans' Court tor the Oily aad County of Philadel phia, on WEDNESDAY, March2, 1864, at 12 o'clock noon, will be sold at oS^'-S^S?1 ?! & } , tb0 PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE, tbe following described Heal Estate, late th* property of Christian Schnitzel, decoasod, viz: No. 1—Schnitzel's Lager Beer BREWERY, THIRTY-FIRST and THOMPSON " strteteTnear lairmtrant Park.— All ihat certain lot or piece of fiS^v ^-"i.B • ri0,t b9 . er vaults ai»d stone brew-?E S?il* o0??r buiHings ta»reon erectedsituate on £?,^»?i?.e 2f i! ' Uit s .t Teet ' at 'hedistiuceof318 IfSL? Ita Hard tr< X? tUen«th side or Thompson street, in the late District of Penn, now the 20th Ward of the City of . Philadelphia, ' containing in front or breadth on said 3Ut streetStifeet, and extending in length or depth westward between parallel lines witb said Thompson stree...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

AMUSEMENTS. ' A MERIOAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC. ¦ GERMAN OPERA. THIRD NIGHT OF THE SEASON! ~ BRILLIANT SUCCESS! On FRIDAY EVENING, Feb 12th, The Company will introduce to the public of Philadelphia, lor the first time, Richard Wagner's celebrated Opera, » ; TANNHAETJSfcR. This grand opera, in three acts, has never bean given in this country, except in New York, where its perfoimance called forth the enthusiastic applause of the critics and the public.; The cast of the opera will include the full strength of the Company, as follows: Count of Thnringen Herr HERM ANNS Tannhaeuser. ..............Herr Himtner Wolfram Herr Steinecke Walther. Herr Habelmann Heiurlcb Herr Scheele Biterolf. Herr Graff Reinmar.... HerrHalmer Elisabeth Frau Johannsen Virins.. Fran Fredenci A Shepherd Boy. .....FrauOanissa Pages, Attendants of the Court, Naiads, Syrens. Scene, Thnringen (Germany), Castle ol the Wartburg, in the Thirteenth Century. Conductor CARL ANSCHUTZ. On SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Feb. 13, ; GRAND...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

EEAL ESTATE SALES. • *m SALE BY ORDER OF HEIRS Est.v. -i ESL late of SAMUEL SANDERS, deceased. JAMES A. FREEMAN. Auctioneer. VALU-^LE TAVERN STAND "UNIOJf HOUSE. " HADDINGTON, FRAME DWELLING AND1 SMITHERY, TWENTY-FOURTH WARD On WEDNESDAY. March 21881, at" 12 c ? clock, »°on, will be sold atPublic Sale, at the PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE, the folio wiogdescrlbed real estate, late of Samuel Sandersd«ce*sed, viz: All that valuable tavern stand, tenant houseframe stable, &c, &c., with tbe lot of ground thereto belonging, in the village of Haddingtoniu.the Twenty -fourth Ward, beginning at a stake on the Merion Read, thence south 85 deg., west2 7-10 yerches to a stase in the line of land now or late of Thomas Goodwin, thence partly by said land and land now or late of James Logan, noitb 5 deg., west 8 8-10 perches to a stake on the Haverfjrd Road, thence along the same north 85! de^Ji east 6 4-10 perches to a stake in the Merlon Road, thence south 4J< deg., west 4 ...

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