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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

FOB SALE AND TO LEI'. fSB FOK SAliTB—Spl«ilti aiarble M. \NSIONMH.on (JEESTNUT street, sjuth side, below Nineteenth street Lut' 23 ' by 335 f«ec to Saasom. otieet. Furniture for sale also. A-pp'y to ' <-»i, " o,* S- ^ «WiIMKY & SON, fell-31* : . ¦ - ... . No. 5li9'Walnqtstreet. „ NORi-H BROAll STRKET RhiSWJiSNOE FOR SALE —The splendiu four-storv Residence, 1,0. 1638Norlh BROADstrent, aifeetfroau lot aoo feet deep, finished in tho most (-legant minner, complete with gas, water, <fcc. Price $W,003.: The house is entirely newand has never been occupied, and camiot-be built at present cost of materials, to be sold for less than S.in . liUO. ' • One of the present owners intended to occupy tho house, and therefore spent a considerable amount of money on the property since it has been built. The yard has been carefully laid Out aud filled with fruit treeseaubbery, &c. This property is to be sold for the purpose of closing out a partnership concern. S7, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

LEGAL NOTICES. IN Ti- E ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA.—Esstatc of SARAH EBERTH, deceased. Tha Auditor appointed by the Court to auditsettle and adjust the account of Joseph H. Siddall, Executor of Sarah Eberthdee'd and to maka distribution of the Balance in the hands of the accountant, will meet the parties interested for the purpose of hi« appointment, on TUESDAY, Febru-.rv 23d, 1S64, at four o'clock, P. M , at the WETHERILL HOUSE, 603 SANSOM street, in the City of Philadelphia. W. .1. McELRO Y fel(l-wfm5tj Auditor. IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. Estate, of JONATHAN HARGRAVES, deceased. The Auditor appointed by tho Court to audit, settle and adjust the account of CHARLES SHAW, Executor of the last will and testament of JONATHAN HARGRAVES, deceased, and to matte distribution of the balance in the hands of the accountant, will meet the parties interested for the purposes of hii' appointment, on TUESDAY, Febrnary ' 23d, 1S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

ataft H H M. M. A T PRIVATE tJALF—JAMES A. FREE- XL -'S HHilSriSli. VALUABLE COUNTRY PROPERTIES AT PRIVATE SALE.—The very fine farm of Adam Eckfeldt, Esq., on the West Chester road, six miles from the Market street bridge, containing 150 acre*, with very fine improvements. "The mansion is over ICO feet lront, on a fine lawn, several springs and two streams of water It is two miles beyond the city limit. The land is in the highest state of cultivation, has been used as a dairy farm. On the property are also very extensive buile ings for carrying on that business. tS~ Full particulars may be had at the auction storp, or it may be examined on application to Mr. Eckfeldt, owner and occupant. Also, a desirable farm of 75 acres, adjoining West Chester, part located -within the limits of the boror.gh. This valuable property is in the highest state uf cultivation, and the fences, buildings, &c., in complete order. Pure spring water is forced np to the dwelling and barn, aad ev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

BUSINESS CaBT>s. SECOND- NATIONAL" BANK OF - DELPHI A. & trmux. TpRfi-NKFOHD. Capitax $100,000, with the privilege of inrauu ingtO*50l' ,()00. 8 X11MWB. NATHAN HILLES, President; WILLIAM H RHAWN, Cashler.late of the Philadelphia Bank ' DiBECTons: r ^" Nathan Hilles, lLewis Shallcross, - George ^ W. Rnawn, Charles E. . Kremer, ETward ^ef1 ' ' I8 "*1 ™1 " Rowland, Jr., Edward Hajes, ^^ ^BenjaminH , Deacon, u^nfu^ ?ef na s GeDeral BanlSf feSs m^uB pU o ° n^ibeLTte a ms aCCeESiMB ^^ ^Ub * fe3JnT eCttUllJ ' -I ' W - H - EH ™ !l i _^ ¦ Casher. WEel^^W51 ^^11 ^^' -5wi,iIl ?J e,ection'Jlel - d 16tu i2ist- the followln* %£&*£££%£*' elected Directors10 oFSf g«g ja. catten; ^?8 |.ar s wnna^V1 ^ H. W. Catherv^d , ^ ^U,iTJT•^3o * ? Edmund A. Sonde?, Philip B. Mingle,- . David Vanderveor, . ' Jonathan Knight. . G CATTFI f6 V^S °^B Board ^ tey ALES. j JrA •i-^'f'1 '' " I"-, was unanimouslv re-BleVtl ed President; and ALEX. WHJiLTirN ^ iLu Vice '-.resident, and JOHN W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

(9R0CEBIES. CHOICE HAMS—Cincinnati covered Hanv», jn>t receivtd and for sale by THOMPSON BLACK & SON, BROAD and CHESTNUT streets. RAPES AND ORANGES Extra Almeria Grapes and sweet Havana Oranges, iust received and for sale by THOMPSON BLAOK k SON, BROAD and CHESTNUT itreets. PICEb SALMON—Fresh Spied Salmon in small cans.just leeeived and for sale by THOMPSON BLACK * SON, BROAD and CHESTNUT streets. . ' HE1DRIEOK * GO'S CHAMPAGNE, very choice Sherry and Madeira Wine, fine Brandy, Younger's Scotch Ale and Guiness 's Brown Stout for sale by E.B. CLARKE.Grocer and Tea dealer, Mate street, adjoining R. R. depot, Germantown. ERY CHEAP TEAS.—Finest Tonng Hysoa, Imperial, Gnnpowder, Oolong, English BreakfastChulaasic, for sale in original packages, or in small boxes, for family useat JAMES R. WEBB'S, Walnnt and Eighth streets. de23 •piDLEY'S BROKEN CANDY, Vanilla Cream Xli Oaudy, CornucopiasOhocolate:Almonds and Drops, Burnt Almonds and Mixtures: all fresh. For Sale by E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

i —auttiuiw special isro'rioES. „ _ ]s'>IJlJfcii*J VOULI XI CXjEte^.. nrS"^ or ' Veterans accredited I to ; the Fourteenth Ward will be paid tho Ward Bounty ot T weaty-. Ave Dollars without discountby applying at the CUSTOM HOUSE, between the hoars ot 9 A. M, l eVo-aV1- °f W6 Md By - THOMAS, Treasurer. -^=. INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE [TT^S 1ATE OF PENNSYLVAVI A. February lVl364 -The Directors have this diy ¦ eei&red a liividend of six per cent, or twelve dollars per share, clear of all taxes, payable to the Stockhnlri-rs or their Legal Representatives ondemaad. ° el- ' u { WILLIAM HARPER, Sec' ry. ^J*=. HILTON'S CEMENT. —The insoluble (TS oement of the MessrajHilton Brothers is certainly the best article,of the kind eyer invented. It should be kept m every manufactory, workshop and houseeverywhere. By its use. many dollars can be saved In the run Of a year. This Cement ctnnot decompose or become corrupt- as its combination is on scientific-principles, and under no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

BR AIN PIPE—Moatgomery Terra Cotta Works: ' -:- _ Prlce-List.for-1864r >.^-->-,--,. 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 48 cents.-5 inch pipe per 3 feet length 60 cents. 6 inch pipe per 3 feet length 75 cents. We are .prepared to fnrnish stone-ware drain pipeglazed inside and outside, from 3 to Wj »"**? In diamelerv in large or small quantifies wiinau varieties of Traps, Bends, and other connections. Liberal discount; to the trade. _,„„. nc McCOLLIN * .KgOADS , a33 ¦- . 12ai Market street, Philadelphia. FOR SALE. -300 Tons Key West Sto^oajsh* New England. For terms appjy. to PKlJiW "WBIGHT & SONS, US Walnut straat.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

aBiiuiiKi "^ ;PESFUMEgS. -— ,-. -. -^.r- WHITE VIRGIN WAX OJT .-A new French Cosmetic for Beautifying, Whitening aud Preserving the Complexion.1 j it U the most wonderful compound of the age. There is neither chalk, powdermagnesia, |bismuth or talc in its composition, and we offer a reward of 85000 to any chemist or other person who can dfscover any of these articles in its manufacture. II U composed entirely ef pure Virgin Wax—henee, Its extraordinary qualities for preserving the skin, making if soft, smooth," fair and transparent. It makes the old appear youngthe homely handsomethe handsome more beautiful, and the most beautiful divine. Price 35 and 50 seats For sale by HUNT k CO. .PerfumersNo.41 South EIGHTH Street, two doors above Chestnut street.' delS-2mo<

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT—Notice is hereby given, that ABEL JOHNSON or the Township of Fairfield, county of Cumberland, and fctato cf New Jersey, hath this day made aa assignment to the subscriber of his estate for the equal benefit of his creditors, and that the said creditors must exhibit their respective claims under oath or affirmation, within the term of three months -r. j -r ISAAC CONNER. Dated January 83th, 1°64. ia39nt» 6&S&&/ CARRIAGE MAKERS. " —: " <gESS|S5- j. LEITENBERGER & SON. 607 PINE STREET. %i.3a

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

MEDIOAIi. " LYON'S PERIODICAL DROP! NBVER FAIL TO OURE THE SUFFERING^ I«YON'£ PERIODICAL DROPS are a ipectfio for au female difficulties WON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are wonderfully adapted to obstinate cases. , XfYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are Dot pleasant to take, butpowerful in their rations. L-YON'S PERIODICAL DROPS never harm any one if they follow the directions. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS, n oases of painful sickness, act like a charm, is Tlgoratrag, restoring and renovating the system, LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS an a scientifically prepare fluid preparation, ana more reliable than any Pill or Powder. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are genuine only, when the name of Doctor Joan L. Lyon is written upon the directions, which are wrapped carefully arouBd each bottle. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are for sale by druggists la city and country •Tarywhere. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS cost hut one dollar per bottle; will you wast* away with anxiety and pain, when Investment of on* doUar will surely cure y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

MEDICAL. fTlHE GREAT TRIUMPH OF MRS. M. G. ;JL BROWN'S "Metaphysical Discovery" over all qnickery; Read carefully the following certificates, tendered me tor the benefit of all suffering humanity: Glougestbk, N. J., Jan. 30, 1864. I, Mr. William Lee, of Gloucester, Camden county, N. J., do certify that my wife, Ellen, has been suflVring. severely with a complication of dictates for eight years. The first symptom of disease was a womb complain-, on its first appearance she was confined to her bed for seven weeks; diseases of various kinds set. in one after another, till my wife -was an entire wreck. She has . been under the treatment of ten of the first physicians, all of whom failed to render her any relief, an4 she was fast sinking in the arms of death, It is more than four years since she was able to attend to household dntieB. I have been compelled to employ a housekeeper. We had given up doctoring as useless.. Most providentially and through the blessing of God, mj houseke...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

It ft f| fl. TJEALESTATE.—THOMAS * SONS' PlS Jewelers. . JEWELERS Will find it sufficiently adhesive foi their use,, as has been proved. Families. It Is Especially Adapted to Lea tiler, And we claim as an especial merit, that it sticks Patches and Linings to Boots and Shoes sufficiently strong without stitching. ITISTHEONLY I US a Liquid. LIQUID -CEMENT EXTANT That is a sure thing for mending Furniture, Crocltery, Toys', Bone. Ivory And articles of Household use. Remernhnr Remember Hilton' s Insoluble) Remember.- ggj^sr is in a liquid form and as ' easily applied as paste. Htitm's Insoluble CeemntiB insoluble in water Or oil. Hilton's Insoluble Cement adheres oily substances. Finis. Supplied in Family or Manufacturer' s Packages from 2 oz. to 100 lbs. HILTON BROS. & CO., nI8-wmifrly Proprietors. Providence. H.7-Agents in PhiladelphiajiAING k M AGINNIS, No. 30 N, Third si.; Joseph Godfrey k Co., 33 NFourthstreet AjSBfeg/ - • ¦ - ' DR. SCOTT'S e t2^tk EpSi^ LIVERY STAB...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

"7 INSURANCE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTB AMERICA.—MARINE, FIRE AND IN LAND TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE. Office, No. 232 WALNUT street, South side. East of Third street. The Properties of this Company are well to-Tested and furnish an available fund for the ample indemnity of all persons who desire to be protected bvNnsnrance. MARINE RISKS taken on Vessels, Freight* and Cargoes. INLAND TRANSPORTATION RISKS on Merchandise per Railroads. Canals and Steamboats FIRE RISKS on Merchandise, Furniture and Buildings in City and County. INCORPORATED IN 1704—CAPITAL S500,006 AND PAID IN AND SECURELY IN-| VESTED. TOTAL FROPETIES, ! SI, 300,000. PERPETUAL CHARTER. DIE10TOS9. Arthur G. Coffin, James N. Dickons, Samuel W. Jones, S. Morris Wain, John A. Brown, John Mason, Charles Taylor, George L. Harrison, Ambrose White, Francis R, Cope, Richard D. Wood, Edward H. Trotter, William Welsh, E. S. Clarke, William E. [Bowen, William Gumming*. T Oharleton Henry. ARTHUR G. COFFIN, President CHABXB8 Plat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

PBY QOPPg. FRIENDLY.FOULARD SILKS. Browns, White Figures. Mcdes, Small Figures. Pines, Purples, and Blacks. Good P.ain Silks. 95 Black and Brown Silks. Spring Silks Opening. EYRE A LANDELL, Fourth and Arch streets. A A . . INCH LYONS VELVETS. " tV 3Ginch.Cloak Velvets. 30ineb Lyons Velvets. ^ . Velvets for Spring Mantles. ~~ ~ felO EYRE k LANDELL. PECIAL NOTICE TO THE LADIES. The CHEAPEST SILKS in tbe Market. l,5tO yards neat plaid India Silks, at si OOperyard. 510 yards black and white India Silks, atsi pr. yd. G< 0 yards brownandwhite IndiaSilksatsipr.yd. 1,100 yards bi oken plaids India Silks, at SI P»-r yd. 4Uiyards blue and white India Silks, at Si pr.yd They make the most serviceable dress a lady can wear They are selling very fast. Call and examine them before the assortment is broken. At JOHN H. STOKES'S, 702 Arch street. ARSE1LLES Q.U1LTS—Of fine quality, at moderate prices. Good Blankets in large sizes. Sheeting Muslins, of every width. Several grades of Ticki...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

CO-FABTNEB3HIP8. ^^^ February 6tb, 1861. NOTICE—JOHN F. LUKENS hiving left my employ and having no interest in the above firm, is not authorized to contract or collect auv debts lor me. SIDNEY DEMfNG. Philadelphia, February Sth, leGI. fell-3t* ISSOLUTION—The co-partnership heretofore existing between ROBERT L. ALLEN and HUGH WILSON, under the stvle and firm of ALLEN & WILSON, ia this day dissolved by the withdrawal of Hugh Wilson tharetrom. HUGH WILSON Februabv 9th, 1SC1 feb9-lt* OT1CE— JOSEPH LEA & CO. HAVETHIS day admitted Joseph Tatnall Lea as a general partner in their House. Their business in the city of New York will be conducted under the s'yle of J. 4; J. T. LEA k CO., 112 Reade Street, New York. Philadelphia, Feb. 1st, 1864. fe6-2w* C ARD.—An unexpected ovent having interfered with the intended arrangements of the subscribers, it is deemed advisable t3 withdraw the notices of the Dissolution of Partnership and Copartnership of M B. M AHONY & CO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

INSTTBANOB. r j a.*. sniiUHOB INSURANCE COMPANY JL . _ OF PHILADELPHIA, incorpoiatedrn i&j, . Charter Perpetual. Ol FIOE No. 308 WALNUT Street. i-s 2£?ea eainst loss or damage bv FIR15. iiOUSES .STORES AND OTHER^^DINGi 1 ^l^?c: ''^ry-S r,)etnal! - "h" on FURNITURE, ^0 SP^ ^BES « an d MERCHANDISE. CAPITAL 8300,000; . ASSETS8337,211 86. inyf sted in the following securities, via: tlrst Mtrtgag e on City Property, well rr^w&tV"A-—"" ¦ •*-¦••— ' ••• •—• 8106,906 6* 2^,«£,?i.^ S,P 0Ternment Loo*8 119,000 06 Philadelphia City 6 per cent Loans.. * 50,000 08 U.,mmonwealth of Pennsylvania 8 per cent. M,000,000 Loan..... 18,000 00 eonneylvania Railroad 1st and 2d Mortgage Loans 3s 0f» nn ¦Jamden and Amboy Railroad Compaiiy'seper cent. Loan 8,000 6e Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company'seper cent. Loan j.flOO 00 Huntingdon anS Broad Top Railroad 7 percent. Loans ;.... ... . .. 4,55(166 Sr0m ^!,r .^''5 ank of Penn ' a. Stock M, 000 06 Mechanics' Bank Stock. 4^000 OS C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

MEDICAL. ITTILECTRIOITY. ; . ill WONDERFUL DISCOVERY aud WOW- J 1 1 ¦ r . . DERFUL RESULTS. } 1 All acute and chronic diseases cured by spe- ) . ! aial guarantee, when desired by the patient, at J i 1220 WALNUT street, Philadelphia, and in) case of a failure no charge is mode. No drugi , [ ging the system with uncertain medical agents. All cures performed by Magnetism, Galvanism or other modifications of Electricity, without 5 I shocks or any unpleasant sensation. For fur-1 ther information send and get a pamphlet, 1 which contains hundreds of certificates from ' some of the most reliable men in Philadelphia, who have been speedily and permanently ) 1 cured after all other treatment from medical j .' men had foiled. Over eight thousand cured ir 1 less than four years, at 1220 WALNUT street 1 N. B Medical men and others who desire a knowledge of my new discovery, can com- , 1 mence a fnll course of lectures at any time. 1 Prof. BOLLES has qualified over one thousand ' physician...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

LIQUORS, &C. IS. WATERMAN. . The only Manufacturer of, WATERMAN'S COCKTAIL and _ TONIC BITTERS. Sold Wholesale and Retail No. 1106 MARKET Street, ff5-lm§ ' . ' Philadelphia, AY RUM.—Pure Bay RumImported direct from M. Thomas, W.I., in bottle and torsale by GEORGE ALKIN'S, 10 and 12 South Delaware Avenue ^ J^ SO SCOTCH WHISKEY - In cases ofone dozen each, on consignment and for Bale by GEO. ALKINS, 10 and ig Sou'h Delaware av»nue. EXTRA SPARKLING CHAMPAGNE CIDER, afi wholesale. Grocers and shippers invited to examine. P. J. JORDAN. 220 Peal stteet below Third and Walnut streets. no4 Jr. DUNTON, ~ " - 149 South Front street, above Walnut Agency of CRUSOE and CAMP ELL SHERRIES, iESNEST IRROY & CO.' S CHAMP AGNES, Golden Star Brand, Ay Grand Mousseux, BRANDIES. PORTS and MADEIRAS, anil SUTLER S and SHIPPERS, ATTENTIONCHAMPAGNE CIDER, warranted, now in fine order for Shipping. For salewholesale only, at220 Pear st, below Third and Walnnt sts. no4 KAAbarrelspureCHAMP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

LIFE IKSDRANGE. LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY —THE GIRARD LIFE INSURANCE, ANNUITY andTRUST COMPANY, of Philadelphia. OFFICE, No. 403 CHESTNUT Street CHARTER PERPETUAL. Capital, 8300,000—paid in and invested In Bonds . and Mortgages. Continue to make Insurance on Lives, grant Annuities and Endowments and make contracts generally, which depend on the contingencies of lite. They act as Executois, Administrators, Assignees, Receivers, Committee of Lunatics, Guardians of Minors andTrnstees generally, whether committed to their charge by individuals, Courts of Justice 01 corporate bodies. They give a participation of Profits to the Insured for life. sfAHASinS. Thomas Rldgway, John A. Brown, Robert Pearsall, JohnE. Latimer. John R Slack, John C. Mitchel, Thomas P. James, Seth J Comly, Frederick Brown, Isaac Starr, George Taben, Stacy B. Barcroft Henry G. Freeman, Wm. P. Jenks. MKDiOiL ExAimrEBS Geo. Emerson, H.B. and Samuel Chamberlalne, M.D., attend at the office daily at 12 o' c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

unuuii . ' education. ij , VJiii.ljt.lili;. A> MEDICAL D EPARTMENTxji.?™4 ,'" £"£?a A- 0oar5e of Lectures In the MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE, at Bowdoin College, will commence February 26th, and continue sixteen weeks. Circulars containing lull information can be had on application to the Secretary, at Williamstown, Mass. P. A. CHADBOURNE, M..D., Secretary; : ¦: Bbukswiok, 1864. ¦ fel-18t " . FRENCH AND ENGLISH BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for Tonng Ladies. Tne second term of tlie season commences FEBRUARY' 1st. For circulars apply to the Misses BUCK, • 1415 SPRUCE street. ... ja30-12t* B ORDENTOWN FEMALE COLLEGE, T BORDENTOWN, N. J. This Institution is pleasantly located on the Delaware River, IX hoar's ride from Philadelph ia. Special attention is paid to the common and higher branches of ENGLISH, aad superior advantages furnished in Vocal and Instrumental Music. FRENCH taught by native, and spoken la the family. For Catalogues, address Rev. JOHNH. BRAKELEY, A. M., . jaI4.2m* ...

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