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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

/_- MEDIOAli. MA K H O O D ,~~j;„ ,w, AHBTHB ¦ - VIGOR OF-YQTJTH RESTORED »irOTJBWBEKS, BT .BR. RICORD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE I Dr. Bicord, of Paris, after years of earnest solicitation, has at length acceded to the urgent request of the American publicand appointed an Agent in New York for the sale of his valued and highly-prized Essence Of Life. This wonderful agent will restore Manhood to the most "shattered constitutions, whether arising from excesses the effects of climate, or natural causes. The time required to cure the most inveterate case is four weeks;, and, if used according to prmted instructions, which are .very simple, failure is impossible. This life-restoring remedy should be taken by all about to marry, as its effects are permanent. It is acknowledged by the medical press to beth« greatest discovery ever made. Its developing powers are miraculous. Success, in every case, Is as certain as that science overthrows ignorance. . Dr. Ricord's Essence of Life is sold in c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

UU-fAK'j JS Ktatllfa. NOTICE—THE PARTNERSHIP HEKETOfore existing between JOHN H. CURTIS and JOHNH. CURTIS, Jr., under the firm of J H. CURTIS k SON, REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AGENTS, at 433 WALNUT street, was dissolved by the iecent death of the senior partner. The business will be continued by the undersigned at the same place, under the same firm. felS-12t* JOHN H. CURTIS. ¦\fOTICE—THE CO-PARTNERSHIP h«reto-±y fore existing under the name of SHARPLESS BBOTHEKS, is this day dissolved. The business of the firm will be settled by either of the undersigned at 601 CHESTNUT street. SAMUEL J. SHARPLESS, CHARLES L. SHARPLESS, HENRY H. G. SHARPLESS. Philabxlpbia, 1st mo., 15th, 1861. The subscriber will continue the Dry Goods Business as successor to the old firm Qf Sharpless Brothers. CHARLES L. SHARPLESS. Philadelphia, 1st mo., 15th, 1864. jal8m-th6w} I OTICEi—JOSEPH LEA kCO. HAVETHIS I day admitted Joseph Tatnall Lea; as a general partner in their House. Their business in the city of Ne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

TRAVELING GUIDE- .fgT TB^—_Bf*! WEST JERSEY RAILROAD fffS~llUSS~^mpa—Running time of trains, com. menciui; FRIDAY, Jan. 1, 1B04. ^ROM WALNUT STREET WHARF. For Cape May at 9 A. M. Returning at 6 A. m. For Milleville, kc, at 9 A. M. and3P. M. He' turning at 8 09 A.M. arid 110/P. M. For Bridgeton, &c., at 9 A. M. arid 4 P. M. Returning at 6.30 A. M. and 130 P. M. For Salem, -kcat 9 A. M. and 3 and 4 P. M >3turning at 4 and 8 A. M. and 110 P. M. For if ''a ury, 4c., at 9 A. M. aud 3, 4 and 6 P. M. Returning at 7.00, 7.48, 9.38 A. M. and 2 45P.M-. J. VAN REN SSELAER, Superintendent. SALEM RAILROAD. Running i-i oi trains, commencing FRIDAY, Jan. 1, 1864. From Walnut Street Wharf at 9 A. M. and 3 and 4 P. M. Freight 12 M. Returning, leave Saiem at 4 and 8 A.M. and 1.10 P. M. Freight daily each way. Apply to MORTOfc MILLS, Agent, 2d Covered Pier above Walnut st. J. VAN RENSSELAER, Superintendent. CAPE MAY AND MILLVILLE RAILROAD. Running time of trainscommencing' FRI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

¦ .... COAL. M VOAL.— . - ' \J KUHN k HILLER, FAMILY COAL OFFICE, No. 120 South FOURTH Street (Northwest corner Fourth and Library streets), Philadelphia. ^ . Coal selected from the best Mines for Family Use, at the lowest market prices. «9" Prompt attentionto Orders, and speedy Delivery. Also, Agents for PHILADELPHIA and BOSTON ICE, Families, Hotels and Ofllces supplied at the lowest mat ket prices. Ja ' !3-Lm OAL —SUGAR LOAF, BEAVER: MEADOW and Spring Mountain Lehigh Coal, and bestLocust Mountain from SchuylkRl ^ preparea exuresslv for family use. Depot, N. W. cornet EfoHTH and WILXOW streets. Office, No. m Soat^ ECOND street. ^^^ fco Q a mASOK BISBti " ' . JOHM »-i 3HBA3f!r. mHE UNDERSIGNED INVITE ATTENTION I to their stock of Buck Mountain Company' s Coa l, Lehigh Navigation Company's Coal, • and Locust Mountain »«' ««!. - - which they are prepared to sell at the lowest market rates, and to deliver In the best condition. Orders left with S. MASON BINES Franklin Institute B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

EDUCATION. BOWDOIN COLLEGE. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. The 44th Annual Course of Lectures in the MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE, at Bowdoiu Collegewill commence February 26th, and continue sixteen weeks. Circulars containing lull information can be had on application to the Secretary, at WMiamstoum, Mass. P. A. CHADBOURNE, M. D., Secretary. Bbemswick, 1864. fel-18t BORDENTOWN FEMALE COLLEGE, BORDENTOWN, N. J. This Institution is pleasantlv located on the Delaware River, 1% hon/s ride from Philadelphia. Special attention* paid to the common and higher branches of ENGLISH, and superior advantages furnished in Vocal and Instrumental Music. FRENCH taught by native, and spoken In the family. For Catalogues, address Rev. JOHNH. BRAKELEY, AM., jal4.2m# s President. w niiiftiaaa^—n— im ——

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

DENTISTRY. CH ARLES M. SLOCUM, DENTIST, No. 1541 VINE Street. Extracting by Electricity. No pain; . fe!3-6t* -«^3 ; DR. FINE, PRACTICAL-DENTIST PrVTffor the last twenty years219 VINEjareot, beiowThirdinserts the most beautiful TEEl hoi the age, mounted on fine Gold, Platina, k"J"; Vulcanite, Coralite, Amber, *c, at P™8 !"? neat and substantial work, more reawnableuian any Dentist in this city or State, Teetii plugged to last for life. Artificial Teeth repaired to.suit. No pain in extracting. AH work ^*TraSS9\£ni> ReferMioe. host families- aeau-jmi) vJ»i^"ftTTTTER. SAUCE, kc— 3000 Cans ^fnuinf Pennsylvania Apple Butter; 1,000 eaaTSSS Appley »«*L« ^VsSIER fc Cider in Cans. For sale by. JOS. B. BUft>&ii.K « CO., 108 and 110 South Wharves, ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

A/fBj&g/ DR. SCOTT'S fi\_ _ Jgyggi LIVERY STABLES, 2o5 iork avenue, between Button wood and Nooie i ¦ streets, Philadelphia. No. Horse that can injure another will be admitted. Livery to be paid before a Horse leaves or is taken aw ly. Boarders receive medical attendance gratis. Carriages, Wagons and Saddle Horses to hire. New customers for these are mostrespeotlullv requested to bring a reference. Terms modera t e , but cash payments. fel0-3m6

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

U. The Universaljp r fng **^Husk ?! eit and best in use. HairPalm and JIusk Ma.. tresses, Feather Beds. Comfort and Spread^ ^ ^ ' dec4-3»o ' No. 9 South Seventh street,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

[For the Philadelphia Evening Ballotm.] IHE NAVAL DEPOT.-LEAGUE ISLAND AND CHESTER. " it is well known that the necessities of the Government require greater facilities and larger accommodations than are now possessed, for tha construction, equipment. and fitting out of ironclad vessels for the Navy. This being an acknowledged fact, we now propose to show what advantages League Island Jaae over any other locality that has been named tor such a purpose. In the first place, tresh water is a necessity, that everyone conversant with the subject acknowledges. Iron corrodes with five-fold more rapidity in salt water than it does in fresh water. The bottoms of vessels returning from cruises are¦ <"- -veredTvith barnacles, which greatly impede tneir progress, and require more power to force iuem through the water. The life of those barnacles depends upon their remaining In salt wutfr , anu to free a vessel of them while in it necessitutes toe hanling her ont, ami removing, them...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

UESTBICTIONS ON REBEL TRADE AND J**B '.. COMMERCE. JKl'P. DAVIS'S rBOOLASIATIOlf. Soldiers of the Armies ofthe Confederate States: In the long and bloody war in which your country iB engaged you have achieved many noble trilumphs. Yob have won glorious victories oyer vastly more numerous hosts. You have cheerfully borneprivations and toil to which you were unused. You have readily submitted to restraints upon your individual willthat the citizen might better perform his duty to the State as a soldier. To all these you have lately added another triumph—the noblest of human conquests—a victory over yourselves. As the time drew near when you who first entered the service might well have been"expected to claim relief from your arduous labors and restoration to the endearments of home, yon have heeded only the call of your suffering country. Again you come to tender your service for the public defence —a free offering, which only such patriotism as yours couid make—a triumph worthy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

•V AMU8EMJ8NTS. A HLERIOAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC. GERMAN OPERA. THE AOADEMYFILLED ON EVERY OPERA - NIGHT. FOURTH NIGHT OF THE SEASON. MONDAY EVENING, Feb 15th, When will be produced lor the first time In America, the grand opera of f-JESSONDA, ByL. Spohr. .-. -¦- . The scene of this grand Opera is laid at Goa, ' on the coa3t of Malabar; time the 10th Century, and it will be produced for-the first time with new dresses, scenery, kc. The following celebrated artists compose the cast: Jessonda, widow of a Rajah.....Mad. Johannsen Amaziti, her Sister. Mad. Frederici Dandan, High Priest of Brahma..Herr Hermanns Nadori, aBrahmin Herr Himmer Tnstam d' Acunha, Portuguese General, Herr Steinecke Lopez, an officer Herr Scheele Indian Warrior................,........Herr Gross Bayaderes, Brahmins, Indians and Portuguese Soldiers. Scene, at Goa, Court of Malabar; time, 10th century. Conductor CARL ANSOHUTZWEDNESDAY, 17th, > FIFTH OPERA NIGHT. Grand Matinee on Saturday afternoon, i Tic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

OCCUPATION Oi JACKSON AND YAZOO CUT BY GENERAL SHERMAN'S FORCES. JCorresponaence ofthe New lork Herald.] "\ icksxi'kq, Feb. 6. —Jaikson and Yazoo City are again in onr bands. Through the kindness of Major J. S. Steward, Paymaster, I am enabled to communicate the above ' important information, which reached headquarters here a few hours since: The 16th and 17th Army Corps, acting under the supieme direction of Major-Ganeral W. T. Sherman, and under the immediate command of Major-Generals Hnrlbnt and McPheraon, occupied Jack- ' «ori yesterday at 6 P. M., McPhtrion leading the advance. No particulars of tha occupation have yet arrived. A alight ra»istanco was met with near Baker'a Creek on the morning of tha 4th, in which we lost three men killed, nine wounded and eight captured, ra an attack of the enemy'a cavalry on our advance. G>ib. McPherton's despatch to bis Adjutant General, Lieutenant Colonel, W. T. Clark, dated threel?. M. yesterday, says he was within sightand ni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

±1 1 l &UMNER FROM FORT SUMNER, NEW MEXICO. EADQ,UA]T.ERB, OUT 1MEW 1U.KXICO, Jan. G. 1601.— Capt. Benj C. Cutter, Assistant Adjutant General Department New MexicoSanta Ft, A". M.—Captaiit:—I have again tbe honor of reporting to the Gen. Commanding the Department a successful scout made from the port against the Navojo Indians. Yesterday at 11 A. M. it was reported to me that the Navajos had run off tba Apache Head about four miles in a southerly direction from the post. I immediately started Lieutenant Charles Newbold 5th U. S. Infantry, with ten mounted men of Coiripany B. ad Cavalry, California Volunteers, and Company D. 5th U. S. Infantry, (all the men that could be mounted at the Port;) Mr. Lahadi the Indian Agent, Mr. Cnbillo, Mr. Whitmore and about twenty-five Apaches, were in pursuit. I alfO ordered Capt Callaway with his Company I, 1st Infantry California Volunteers, with two days rations, to follow thetrail of the mounted party. Lient. Newbold encountered ove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

. WANTS. TX7"AiVTJb-I»—An ASSISTANT SALESMAN in VV a Domestic Commission Hone*. Address P. O. Box 2683. with references. fets-6k* ANTED—A smart L *D. 15 or 10 years of age, In a Domestic Commission House. Address P. O., Box 1242, ' - in handwriting of applictnt, giving reference*. te(S-3i* ANTED.—Two or three BOYS to work on Gordon & Ruggles Power Presses, principally card and circular work. Apply to the Locwwood Manufacturing Company f - di touth THIRD street. ¦ < fel3-it* ' WANTBK— An experienced (double entrri BOOKKEEPER/inaa active Manuiactnr. ing Business; to one well recommended, a eood and permanent situation offers, at a reasonable salary, (married man preferred) Address hoy No S-iae, Philadelphia Post Office, fertlat* CHURCH CHOIR.-WAISTED, a competent Sopramo, Contralto and Tenor. Church mem-TEr?TP £f2 Ted- AddreesA- E- O - e«lceEv«m?c BULLETIN. feI3--H* $1,200. 1^^4^.^,1%^^^ a man or woman, and easily conducted brim one who can attend to it regularly;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

KKaiJALL-S .. AKIDOLINE FOR THE HAIR. aMBOLINE MOISTENS, BEAUTIFIES, ODORATES, LENGTHENS, INVIGORATES, NOURISHES, EMBELLISHES, THE HAIR. A purely vegetable compound. made entirely from stimulating extracts of Roots, Herbs and Flowers. It prevents the hair failing ont or turning prematurely grey. Ladies -who desire a luxuriant bead of hair, should not fail to give the Ambollne s, trial. Frice'Sl per box containing two bottles, prepared only by KENDALL k CO., No. 506 Broad-way, New Totx. Agents In Philadelphia, JOHNSTON, HALLOWAT * COWDEN deS-Smi . No. 38 North Sixth street. TTjUPONT'S GUNPOWDER—SUPERFINI If Sporting snd all other kinds of Eagle Gunpowder. Gunpowder for blasting and shipping; also, Government Prooi for ordnas.ee and military aervice: Cannon, Mnsxet and Rifle Powder, fer sale by WILLIAM S. iRANT, 318 South Saltvrnra »»«"!• ' ¦¦ -TTiOSE AND PEASH "WATER—100 Case tv Quarts, and Pints. For sale by JOS. B. BUSSIER & CO. • los and no South. Whaves.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

Asoihbr Kaileoad Project.—There was a meeting at Jersey Shore, last week, of prominent capitalists interested in another Pennsylvania railroad project. -The road is to start in Die Philadelphia and Erie at Jersey Shore, having a main stem frdni that point to the meadows in Tioga county, with two branches at the meadows : one extending to Tioga village to connect with tho Coining and Blossbnrg road, the other extending west, through Tioga and Potter counties until it reaches the Allegheny river, which_ stream it follows to Olean, connecting with" the Erie Railway at this latter point. Committees were appointed to solicit subscription ' s: one a local committee, to operate along the line or the route; the other a general committee , to operate among the capitalists of our larger cities.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

/ BOABDLNG. BOARDING A small private family living in WALNUT Btreet, near Twentieth , would receive several single gentlemen or gentlemen nnd their wives without children. Hous», first class Address for one week, West WALNUT Street! Bpllbtis Office. iel3.at# ggm HANDSOME RESIDENCE, 1031 WALNJJTstoset, has been opened for the Tecentloii "" •SS^PSS"3 - . Slnel8 ms «* Suites?ana v?tth aad -without private table. few.1in . 4r

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

SPECIAL NOTICE. RETAIL DEPARTMENT. MmLLUM&CO Beg leave to inform the public that they hay leased tha old establiahed Carpet Store, No. 519 CHESTNUT STREET, Opposite Independence Hall, FOR A BETALL DEPABTMEnT, Where they a™ now opening ¦ A NEW STOCK, o» IMPORTED AND AMERICAN CARPETS, EmVacisa; tbe choicest patterns of AXMINSTER, ITAPESTRY OAR ROYAL WILTON, I PETS, VELTET, IRRUSSELS CARPET! VENETIANS. Together with a full assortment of everythini pertaining: to the Carpet Business. Ja30-tfi

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

SPRING, 1864. SPRING 1864, - EDMUND YARD & Co,, 617 tEHESTiVUT STREET AND «14 JAYNE STRKET, PHILADELPHIA. Have now in store their SPRING IMPORTATION OF Silk and Fancy Dry Goods, Consisting of DRESS G03DS of all kinds, Black and Fahey Pitts, Satins, Gloves, Jtitte, Ribben and Dreis Trimnunga. B ALSO, White GoodsLinens, Embroideries and Laoes. A large and handaome assortment of Spring sad Bummer Shawls, BAIiMGBAL SKIRTS, OF ALL GRADES, Which we offer to the trade at the lowest prices ja30-9mj ~. ~~ .-.~.n~ - - ' ¦ -

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