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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

¦ .? ;¦¦'• h MEIjICAL. - ELECTRICITY; WONDERFUL DISCOVEK Y AMD WON- } ( DERFUL RESULTS. ; -j i" All acute and chronic diseases cured bv spo- > ) ^£ ??, ^ee ' when desired by the puiient, at 5 { 1220 WALNUT street, PhiladelpniOaud in '. ' case of a fall _-e no charge is made. No drug-.l ; gingthe system with uncertain medical agents. * I AU cures performed by Ma guetism; Galvanism ; t or other modifications of Electricity, without! } sho_cs or any unpleasant sensation. For fur- 5 { ther Information send and get a pamphlet) i which contains hundreds of certificates-from < { some of the most reliable men in Philadelphiir,, ; f who have been speedily and permanently J ' cured after all other treatment from medical! ! men had failed. Over eight thousand cured ir J iIS St *n ' *ouryears, at 1220 WALNUT street ) ( N. B.—Medical men and others who desire a j ' knowledge of my new discovery, can com-) >XfI 5?AT* nU conrseof lectures at any time. \ 1 Pror. BOLLES ha...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

STOVES, HEATERS, <fcO. jl THOMSON'S LONDON KITCHENER JEST or EUROPEAN RANGE, for families, ESQ hotels or public institutions, in TWENTY ^5S _ ' DIFFERENT SIZES. AlsoPhiladelphia Ranges, Hot-air Furnaces, Portable Heaters, Lowdo ' wn Grates, Fireboard Stoves, Bath Boilers, Stew-hole Plates, Broilers, Cooking Stoves, *0-, at wholesale and retail, by the manufacturers. CHASE, SHARPE A THOMSON, aulB-tu th s-6mi No. 200 North Second street. HOMAS S. DIXON ~ Late Andrews it Dixon, Mo. 1324 CHESTNUT street, Philadelphia. Opposite United States Mint, i . Manufacturers of LOWDOWN, PARLOR, CHAMBER. OFFICE, ¦ AND OTHER GRATES, 3*or Anthracite, Bitumiuous aud Wood Flra* ALSO,. •. ' ' -' WARM AIR FURNACES, • For warming public and private buildings, REGISTERS, VENTIIiATOSS. . ' • ¦;. ¦-" - ."' AND CHIMNEY CAPS, COOKING RANGES, BATH BOILEES. *c, WHOLESALE AND RETAUL my«

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

EDUOATiOiV;. . ', ,; BOWDOIN COLLEGE. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. !„, The 44th Annual Course of Leotures in the MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE, At Bowdoia Collegewiil commence February 26t— and continue sixteen weeks. Circulars contain—g lull information can be had on application to the. Secretary, at IFil'iams 'ou'n, Mass. - P. A. CHADBOURNE, M. D., Secretary. . Ebcnswick, t fc*4. .. leuist BORDENTwWN FEMALE CO—LEj_T BORDEN TOWN, N. J. This Institution is pleasantly located ou the Delaware River, in hour's ride fiom Philadelphia. Special attention is paid ro the cotumou and higher branches of ENGLISH, a'ul superior advantages furnished in Vocal and Instrumental Music. FRENCH taught by liativeand spoken in.the familv. For Catalogues, address . Rev. " JOHN H. BRAKELEY, A. M. ial4.2m* ' President.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

GET YOUR STAMPING. BRAIDING, EMBROIDERY and Tarttbourins doneat CAMERON'S, 2t'8 ivor — EIGHTH street and > ' . 5C8 South SIXTH street. Ladies' under-clothing In stock and made to orrier: Tnckin^ neatly don» to order. fe3-2oi# OTTON SAIL DUCK, COTTON CANVAS, of every weight, from one to two feet wide, all numbers; heavy and light RAVENS IKTOK ASHLAND TOPSAIL and other Awning Twlllf, Paper Felting, Sa Twine, _c. ',,-..:¦¦- ¦ For sale by ' W. EVEBMAN & OO., ju-tn.i- Vn i!».Tone« '«alIr».-:; P IOKMAN'S UNRIVALLED VENTriLAING Wigs and Toupees, Ladles Long Hal Braids, Half Wigs, Curls Bands, Ac, cheap, t ju>U-tfe,t,-noI_Ho. SMOHSSTKTJTsttatt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

" CAgPETINGS, -&C. ARPETINGS, OILCLOTHS, AND DRUGGETS, WILTON, ¦ ¦¦ '!' VELVET, ¦BRUSSELS, 1 THREE PLY, } OAKPETIKGS. INGRAIN, { VENETIAN, ; ¦ I HALIrand ! - I STAIR, h-j I ¦ ) ¦ Ail at the lowest oash prices, for sale oy 'R. L. -NWHT-SON, wsra .. . !. ^«'i7 Cbftstuut Ktrp«t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

>- vvicii wiewiu^t • "" . . ' *' .. -ESOLUT'ON A 11 rn/'lTH WlYv tT>1_ Mln^V-n i — l:-K l» liwlixnn-u *. ......,s me c .c' puotiaii ;;..u, . fJiiok-tci, That, the Ckrk ol Common Council b, ' authorized to publish in two daily newsprt.*er* at this City,,daily tor four w-eks,the Ordiuiace [..resented lO.Cornmou' . '.QntinciL ' dt a.stated meet-ne thereof, held on tbe 4th dav oi February, lc61, eu. titled'- '>An Ordinal!:e to Authorize au Additional totsn to uid tne Enlisim.nt of. Volunteers, Vaiio tho said Clerk, ut the stated'meeting of Oounci's, lnixt .after the. expiration of four v/eeKs fro:u the said publication, - shall pveseut to ttouiVcils one oi each of said newspapers for every day in which the-sameshall have been jnadw. ., -. .J-.. " -.feS-4.w4 «yWiJIP«'»g»g!g'l! '!'"rfe ^a>3 «»^*E5^MaacMsia&_^^^^. ^ . * ....**

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

. TEUSSES. J ^_ MRS. JAMES BETTS'S CELEBRATED SUPPORTERS FOR LADIES, •*$*£«K 0 °"J? Supporters under Medical patronage. Ladies ana Phy-cidnsare respectfuUy requested ^ to^c^oari on krs.!BETTS,at her wa^^^-st^Sr street, Philadelphia (to avoid counterfeits), tairs, thousand invalios having been «d'S««* i^1*Jl9 _ Physicians'to use her appliances; >Thosa onlya.re fenmne beting the United States Copy wrist IStels on the box and signatures also on tie Sop. t orters witu Testiaonlals. (ntttt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

(JMBStei. DR. SCOTT'S ¦ fiV-T* _g^g& ^LIVERY STABLES, : ' ¦: J'ApiV 1 oik avenue,! between Button wood and Nooie ..-.;¦ streets, Philadelphia.! g!I .. i~ N6 Horse that can injure another .will.he:admitterV Livery to be paid befo re a Horse'leaves or b wkih aw\J. Boarders receive medn-nL^tendance trails. Carriages, WaronsandSaddleHoraes to bit e. New customers for these are inostrespect. fullt requeBled to bring a ^re fe rence. Term*moderate, , hut cash pavnier.tg ' : ¦ . ¦ - -. ¦ .v-»IP-3«a» v L '— A1HS.-A earjm ol «»«.«» for «a _ b; £. A.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

OENTlSTRlc. ' :" :, __=c; DR FINE, PRACTICAL DENTIST BW^- for the las;; twenty years, 219 VINEStreet, oe*c ' w " Thirdinserts the most beautiful TEETH ol -be ate mounted on fine G61d, Platina, Silver, Vulcanite. Boralite. Amber, _c, at ^prices for neat tu d substantial v^ork, more reasonaBIe than dn\ iif ntist in this city or State. Teeth plugged to " i:'.s:for life. Artificial Teeth, repaired to suit. ^ oj> in In extracting. AH wor ft warranted to fit. .Vieterenca. he«tmilt»« fa .. _ de29-3mt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

-nSBAFFINE WAX . -«.-iNf)LE^B(i~ CASES JZ of the "Ciioh Coal and Oil Oo.'s manufacturo! (lateBlatrenuar & Co.) now in .Store and for sale by th? undesigned, sole agent, l I. KENDRIOK, : fe9-}t* Wo. 125"Walnut Street,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

.--.AMUSEMENTS. A MERICAN ACADEMY OF MUSig. GERMAN OPERA. THE ACADEMY FILLED ON EVERY OPERA j:\ NIGHT. FOURTH NIGHT OF THE SEASON. MONDAY EVENING, Feb 15th, When will be produced lor the flrst time in America, the grand opera of j { JESSOTOA, ByL. Spohr. The scene of this grand Opera is laid/at Goa, on the coast of Malabar; time the 10th Ceniury, and it will be produced for the first time with now dresses, scenery, _c. The following celebrated artists compose the cast: . Jessonda, widow of a Rajah. ...:Ma ' d. Johanasen Arnaziti, her Sister Mad: Frederici Dandan, High Priest of Brahma..Herr Hermanns N&dori, a Brahmin Herr Hi—mer Tristam d' Acunha, Portuguese General, Herr Staiuecke Lopez, an officer ;..Herr Scheele Indian Warrior: Horr Gross Bayaderes, Brahmins, Indians and Portuguese Soldiers. Scene, at Goa, Court of Malabar; time, 16th century. Conauctor CARL ANSOHUTZ. WEDNESDAY, 17th, » fifth opera night. Grand Matinee on Saturday afternoon. Tickets oi admission t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

at i rinSEEST-TO SOOTH-EN GLEANINGS. From late Southern papers received :ju» J>u.-iETiM office, we obtain the following interesting iW "Dr!V. McClurea we ll-known embalmer ot the dead in Richmond, and Robert Kirby, wer-i arrested on the fifth instant, near a picket line, for tor—us- nassports. A safe transit to the-Potomac wal to bo rewarded by the payment of three thousand dollars by the person who escaped, from rebelcom by means of one of these passports. . The Mi ' lledgeville, Ga., Recorder slates that Cotton Cards may be purchased at the penitentiary, at that place, forsix dollars a pair, ¦ "ha.fiu ekins and the other half in money.".- ior dig sheep, goat or deer skins, the price allowed is twenty-five cents loritwenty-two inches in lengru and five inches iu wijith. . ' . . ¦¦ t Two thousand negroes for sixty days,to b.iiaeni to Charleston to work on fortifications forthwith, aro called for by the rebel Government The pomolo;;ical venders on . toe^ trests£ave p the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

oi uie iuucinnau commercial FEOM CHATTANOOGA. [tiorresponaence , j Chattajtoooa, Feb. 5.—Generals Schofleid and Stoneman are now here, awaiting the first boat to Knoxvllle, to; take their respective commands. General Stoneman was offered tbe command eiia-r of the 4th or 23d Army Corps or the cavalry, and chose the latter. Yesterday, Gfneral Thomas, accompanied by his two visitors, made the tour of the fortidcations and Lookout Mountain. The work en the former is steadily progressing; and from the general appearance of the improvements now in progress here, it would appeur that the Government intends to make of this a permanent military po.t. As it has been Chattanooga, the " Eagle's Nest," heretofore, aud is still, from the immense natural strength, so it is befitting that it should be, lor all future time, the national Chattan >oga, a place where the arms of the Republic, the patron Eagle, »hall rest, unscared and unchallenged by all future, rebels. One of these indica...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

WANTS. ^^ WANTED Two or three BOYS to work on Gordon A Buggies Power Presses, prlnci. pally card and circular work. Apply ta th» Lockwood Manufacturing Company-, 255 soath THIRD street. ftI3-2t# ANTED—An experienced (doable entry) BOOK KEEPER, in an active Manafactur. ing Business; to one well recommended, a good and permanent situation offers, at a reasonable salary, (married man preferred) Address BOX, No. 3428. Philadelphia Post Office. fe!3- 2t* CHURCH CHOIR—WANTED, a competent Soprano, Contralto and Tenor. Church members preferred. Address A. £. O., ©nccErutwo Br——TIT. f8l3-2t*3 OALISLADY WANTED in aflrst-clasc Trim-V* ming and Fancy Golds Sibre. To ens of good address and business tact, liberal wages will be given. Address H. W. C., at this office, for one week. u* 41 OA A —FOR SALE-A CASH PAYING $1,<6UI/. BUSINESS. Is light, pleasant for a man or woman, and easily conducted by anyone who can attend to it regularly; Increases steadily. Full particulars inquire—off...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

A-tUaj-ttKNTia. J AMES E. MURDOCH AT MUSICAL FUND HALL. _ „ . JAMES E. MURDOCH Will give a course of Scriptural and other Selest _ Readings, r•&L? rosl0AI ' NUND HALL, On TUESDAY EVENING, Feb. 16, Sn 2?-E£?DAY EVENING, Feb 18. On SATURDAY EVENING, Feb. 20, At x before S'o'clpck. Tickets for the course, reserved seats, 91 00. Tickets for single lecture, reserved seats, 50 cts. .?£""alf »*Ashmead A Evans's, 721 Chestnut street, after-9 o'clock Satnrday morning. felO-flt* a*i la?!^!"£ OR<JHESTRA. -Puhlle Rehear. «,„ •*}» •?ery Saturdayat3X o'elosk. P. J_.at ^MU SIO^ FTJND __£_. l_^«oke_ S5 eents; packages of six tickets SLTEjoelo-iat If drrs, U04 Chestnut street; Ji E. Go_d Seventh and Chestnut andattBe h_l door mM

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

BOARDING. ~ BQ jH¥S5S—A J?*" Private family living in WALNUT street,* near Twentieth, would receive several single gentlemen or gentlemen and their wives without children. House, first class. Address for one week, West WALNUT Street, BuMBim Office. ^ fel3-2t* B OARDING WANTED—By a gentlemaa and wife; must have accommodations for a, servant References exchanged; Address Box 2383, PostOffl ce. —12-at* HE HANDSOME RESIDENOE, 1031 WALNUT street, has been opened for the reception ef BOARDERS. Single Booms and Suitesf and vrith and without private table. felO-lm*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

PETER WRIGHT * SONS, IMPORTERS OF E ARTHENWARE, KiffBINGANDTO__asSION M_Rrj__HT_ NO. 115 WALNUT STREET. ttAI,TB -un« »¦_ --*= tt_D*_,FHIA. ' t_S_4^SIT ' lot-ram* a. e-aiBBOK, raOSHTOH rrKB) THBODOM wBIOHT. fC

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

_=) FOR SALE—Splendid Marble MANSION, ¦Bon CHESTNUT street, south side, below Nineteenth street Lot 25 by 235 fect to Sansom street. Faradtore for sale also. Apply to J. M GTJMMEY& SON, fell-3t* :, . No. 508 Walnut street.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

COPARTNERSHIP. MR. BENJAMIN THACKAR. IS THIS DAY ADMITTED A PARTNER IN 0TJR HEM, AND "WILL CONTINUE THE MANUFACTUBE AND SALE OF Gas Fixtures and Lamps, UNDX_ THE FIB2I N__E OF WARNER, - MBKEI St MEBRILL. MaNUFACTO ry, So. 402 BACE 8TEEET. SALEROOMS, No. 718 CHEETJTDI 8TB-ET, and Ho 579 BE0ADWAT, Hew Tor_. Fbixa—U.t' — A, Fehrnary 17 ' lEM. — .—-—.^—i^ m ¦ A CARD. The andersigned. afteT twenty y*«iB' experience with the honce of Cornelins _ Baker, respet' -fnlly EsliciUthe confidence and patronage ot his friends and the public. The firm with which he is this day associated, is too well known, to need any teetimonial from him; hat he is warranted in stating, that they have perfected snch arrangements at their manufactory anil salerooms, as will enable them to tm•- nish goods of the best styles and quality and on the most favorable terms. / BENJAMIN THACKABA. Erair-aBiL-eniA, Feb. 1, IBM. Ie2 tnths-12t{.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

TENTH WARD AUD THE DRIFT" II The Executive Committetfpf the Tenth Ward, appointed to s; licit subscriptions to tha Bounty Fund, whereby tbe quota of ihe Ward may be filled by Volunteers instead of drafted men would urgently call the attention of those who have not subscribed to the necessity of so doing immediately. Tbe Committee have been obliged to suspend enlisting men ior want oi funds. Six thousand djllars, if ntw subscribed, will enable the Ward to .fill its qU'Ma under both calls of the President. The great majority of those who are subject to the draft and the ones most part' KUlarly interested, ha >e not contributed to this fund. It now remains with them to supply the deficiency or take thnir chances of being drafted. These are, therefore, paiticulirly urged to come fjrwardand subscribe. - Tne object is one which appeals to the benevolent as Vi-ell as to ihe patriotic, and is oneto which al! classes of society should nobly respond. Sub-, sciiptions may be leit with...

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