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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

PRTTT WELLS.-OWNEBS P?_ R»Orat-JrTY.—The only place to get Privy Welle Oltejised eaad dlalnfeoted at-t^^ow Prices. ; Mannfacturer of Fondrettey re,-1.1- t-j^j .^.1^' . Ua-V- T.HwuTtr »P»» FUR SALE-^Wi Tom Key West Ston^_ exeItdp New England. Tor terms appiy to PETRa WRIGHT & SONS. U5Waln»t street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

CH OCOLATE—WALTER BAKER * CO.- S Chocolate: Cocoa and Broma; single, double and triple VaniUa; also Or id Cocoa an d Cocoa Shells, in store ahd for sale by " WM. S. ORANTt 1H Sonth D»la*war» Wharves -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

LATHS A Carrol M*u,UUU lor sale bj,E. A SOUDEBiCO. IX>o4«t»«wliirt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

REIM*ER'S COLORED PHOTOGRAPHS, MADE FOR SI no are without a ri ral in accuiacy anjd artistic excellence. The style of Picture best ifaited to people. • SECOND street, above Green. \ ( ITCHEN, COOKING and HOUSEKEEPING Hard ware.—Numerous articles of them may be had at TRUMAN ic SHAW'S No. 835 (Eight Thirty-ti-rel Market street, below Ninth. ARTES DE VISITE.— B. F. REIMER'S elicit the praises of all judges. Their taste in execution and artistic finish is manifest at a glance. Gallery, (K4 ARCH street. . PiTOLSTERt-.RS' best quality Swede's Iron Tacks, in fall papers, lor sale at the Hardware Store of TRUMAN tc SHAWNo. 835 (Eight Thirty-five! Market street, below Ninth. THE MOST TRUTHFUL OF ALL PORTRAITS are those elegant styles of Life-size PHOTOGRAPHS, in oil colors,executed so finely atB. F. REIMER'S Gallery, ii-14 ARCH street PHILADELPHIA, FEBRUARY 1, 16<H.—The 'Co-Partiii*rsh'P here ofore existing between GEORE BOLDIN and NORWOOD PENROSE, under tie firm of BOI.DIN * PENRO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

OFEIGEDE THE INSURAliCi CO-, . ¦' ' - ' - : h ~;.: ore ; : " KOR^H AMERI0A. PHIIADELPHIA, Jaa. 12,18B4. Statement of the Assets. Mortgages. • AU of which are first Mortgages on City Property $375,300 00 loan Bonds. 8100,000 Philadelphia City Loan, six per^ents - .,.. 100,000 00 100,000 Pennsylvania State Loan, Ave per cents '_ ioo,oog 00 20,000 Penn. A per cts. not taxabfe.... 90,(00 09 50,000,United States Governmentioaa 7 S-10 percent... 50 000 00 100,000 U. S. Gov. 6 percent., 5-20.. 100,000 00 50,000 do do 6 do 1681.. 50,000 00 50,000 do do on deposit, 5 per ct. 5», ooo 00 25, C«0 Lehigh Coal and Navigation Co, Mortgage Leanof.1870..... ,.. 25,000 00 31, (-00 Deli ware and Raritan Canal Company,and Camden and Amboy Railroad and Transportation Com' y 31,. 00 37,(CO Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company's Loan, JfccG. 35,690 00 40;000 North Pennsylvania Railroad Company's Bones, 1684 37,200 00 3,300 North pa. Railroad Co's Scrip 2,933 20 20,000 Pennsylvania Railroad Company'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

GRAY HAIR RESTORED - BALDNSES PHSSfENTEB.— ' • •London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing." > -London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing.'' "London Hair Color Restorer aud Dressing '' --London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing." • -London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing.'' • -London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing." • >-London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing." - 'Londou Hair Color Restorer and Dressing. " This discovery for the preservation of the human hair is taking the lead of all hair preparations; besides restoring the color and making hair grow on bald heads, it is a beautiful dressing, keeps the hair soft, smooth and flexible, rt-moves any ernptivedisease. Itching, Scurf, Dandruff, ic. Many who were bald and gray have had their hair permanently restored. Onlv one preparation sa-READ THIS CERTIFICATE. B-GRAY HAIR RESTORED WITHOUT DYEINt*. ¦O-BALDNESS PREVENTED. I am happj* to add my u-ttimony to the great vaine of the "London Hair Color Restonr,' three bottles of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

^ggtaSTEINWAY & SONS' ^^m fflTf' pianos. It* in SQUARE, UPBIGHT AND . GRANDa ¦ - ? ¦ THB ¦OST OELEBEATED AND POPULAR, ALL OVBBjrHE _ WORLB, AT III II' 1003 Chestnut street. IT H TT» fDB. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CON- - ECTICUTis the author of ''Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment." tSOmm GREATEST , -^-gg^l ffjrU^ ^'llMPROVEMENT^ Y^TFff • OF THE AGE IN PIANOS. MEYER'S Dnproved Overstrung Pianos, acknowledged by the leading artists, and endorsed liy the Musical public, to be the finest Pianos In America. The attention of the Musical public is called to Biese recent great improvements in Piano Fortes. By a new method of construction, the greatest possible volume of tone has been obtained, without sny of the sweetness and brilliancy for which filese Pianos ars so celebrated, being lost, and -whichwith an Improved Touch and Action render them Uneqnaled. These Instruments received the Prize Medal at like World's Fair, held in London, as well as the Highest Awards over all competitors, from...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

SHALL FAVOBS THANKFULLY RECEIVED . : The Eichmond Dispatch, in a characteristic article, worthy of Dickens's Cpl. Diver and the Hon. Mr. Elijah Pogram, and principally puffatory of Gen, P,' G. T. Beauregard, is thankful for small favors in the following strain : " During the past sombre year, the only star of success that has shone with steady radiance upoir^our storm-tossed- sea is that which «leams Sfrom the battlements of Charleston. The right man has been in the right place, and he has been, supporter 1 by a harmonious and self-sacrificing people..'All honor to Charleston and its faithful and heroic, defenders Immortal honor to its great and virtuous chief, whose transcendant talents and energy are only equalled by the rare disinterestedness of his nature and the beautiful modesty of his character. "Whilst such a constellation ot -military genius still gnides the armies of the South as Lee, Johnston, Beauregard, Longstreet, Magruder, to say nothing ol other stars not yet so hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

i EATHEB COOL, A bill has passed the rehel House of Representatives, which, considering the condition of affairs that exist in the South, is rather amusing. - It prohibits the transportation , and sale of " certain articles" in any port or place in the "Confederate States," inr the possession1 of the Union troops, and the harter, " sale or exchange of "certain articles" to *alien or domestic enemies. The grumblings of the press, the appearance of the army, the complaints of the people; and the starvation of the Union prisoners, had led us to believe that there were no articles in rebeldom which could be spared for the consumption of eneaajs. General Lee exhorts his soldiers to endure patiently the reduction of rations, which he ^ " hopes will he only temporary"; the Richmond Whig says that as General Lee never speaks until it is necessary, "we may be sure that i. is soldiers have suffered or are likely to suffer," and suggests that the citizens live on half rations so that the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

EVENING BULLETIN "WEDNESDAY", FEBRUARY 3, 1864. CHABLESTOIT. The secret is iSf-out by the tattling New York papers that the siege of Charleston.is virtually abandoned. General Gillmore is coining Northj^fflost of his troops ' have leen sent, or are goings elsewhere, and the iron-clads, with the exception of the New Ironsides, are to be sent to the Gulf. Thus ingloriously terminates " the most tedious and costly, enterprise of the war. Charleston cannot be taken with the forces we have brought against it. The monitors cannot cope with the forts ' and the obstruetipns,and the New Ironsides, which is really the onl y vessel fit to engage the forts, draws-too much water for. the harbor. The capture.. of the cit y by our land forees ^ is totally impracticable. After the expenditure of many millitos, and after a bombardment and a waste of powder scarcely ever exceeded in ¦ warfare, we are compelled to confess our inabilit y to accomplish what we undertook. ¦ Mortifying as this is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

"^^ lVATCtHES! WATCHES! /0\ WaTCHES!-5W fine GOLD and X A SILVER WATCHES, by thejmost ap-© *S/ proved makers, for sale at one-half thensnal prices ai. the Hreker' s, corner of THIRD and (>ft SKILL streets, below Lombari.; ja28-lmrpjTChl>S, WATCHES, ¦ WATCHES, WATCHES.—New and . Second-hand WATuHES for sale at the-Broker's Offi-'-e, corner of THIRD and G-A^KILL streets, / jaa9-lmrp -^ MONEY'.—To any amount LOANED /%J\ noon WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWA ah ELRY, GUNS, CLOTHINGfcc., at-, IP "W JONES & CO.'S old established Loan Office, corjaer THIRD and GASKlLL streets. « eiflicehonTsfrom? A M. to7 P. M- jaaslmrp . -paK-j^—,L .TAMES BELLaK, ^fiaEOimam lES^Sm 279 and 2S1 SouUi.FiyTH ^-^ Tra g «3; • Sole Agent lor . „ , _ G. A. PRINCE fcCO.'S World-Renowned Melodeons, - _ „xi»- ¦ HARMONIUMS AND DRAWING-BOOM : •"• ORGANS. ERNEST GABLER'S, RAVEN & BACON'S, BALLET,1 DAVIS & GO'S, „ • iall5lmrpS | CELEBRATED PIANOS. • ' -*imx~>*»r ¦ ¦ ¦ CORRECT PlAirt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

RARE CHANCES FOR INVEST MENTS. ' -- . FOR SALE. Store 26 South Eighth St. ab. Chestnut, AND ? Farm 21 Acres, West Philad'a, The STORE 26 South EKJHTH Street with tnt 24 by 54 in iht rear, is offered foFssTe: wlUUo ? This properly is. on ihe best business »ide oi EWhth street, near Chestnutcontains about 2300 square feet, -with a convenient outlet on Jayne street, is the largest single lot in tne Square ana well adapted to economical and profitable improvement. ALSO, 21 ACBES HIGH SAWD, On Forty-ninth, Fiftieth, Market, Arch, Race and Havei- fo^ f street, West PhladelphiaT having a large body of BRICK CLAY, with Passenger Railroad on Market and: Haverford s.reets, is offered-FOR SALE in sections or together. APPLY TO " J. OGDEN CUTHBEST, Haddonneld . Post Office, N.jj., or to - ALLEN CUTHBERT, fe2-3t» as So^tfa Eigbtli Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

BTT3HJE8S isroyicES- . THE ONL^TRTTE PTJRGATiyES. T'Hlf ONLY TRUE PUKvjATIVES. THE ONLY TRUE PURGATIVES. BB. RADWAY'S REGULATING PILLS. >'I would rather have one dox of Dr. Radway's •puis, than all other pills in the world. T» ey are pills that onre. . When yon take a dose of-thesa 5illsyou can dep»na upon the expulsion of the teeaeed humors from the syEtem: the Liver, Bowels, Stomach, Kidneys, System, Sbin and Blood are acted upon and the bowels, atte¥»an •peration iBducedby Radway's Pills, are left as •lean and healthy as the stomach wonld be atter a 4ose of lobelia. No straining weakness, or -fjrenchiBg pains, or piles or tenesmus, but a Sibroiigh and natural evacuation is the result. *' This is the testimony of one of the most distinf-uished physicians in the world. Nerer were Urner words uttered. "Radway's Pills, are pills * kat cure.'' - The sufferer of Liver Complaint, Dys-?Bp«ia Constipation Biliousness, Costivenessj anndice, Dropsy, ic., may rel-tupon ar absoln...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

The TJhited States Service Magazihe, published in New York by Charles B. JEtiChardson, is a new candidate for favor in the^periodical.world. It is designed ' especially for the military and naval service, but it will be made interesting to readers of all professions. The January number shows great ability. The editor is Professor Henry Cpppee, whose qualifications are unquestionabl y good. He has enlisted as contributors soijae of the best talent in both ) services, as well as a great deal that is not in either. The articles on Chatta nooga, on 'Gettysburg, on The Use of Ironin Fortifications! on "War-Songs" (by .Charles Godfrey Leland,) on Greek Fire, &c, are air able and wel written. The Editor's Special Department gives an exia-emely interesting summary of recent military and other events. There is a department also deypted to "Official inteHjgenc97 pf botjj army and/navy, Xhe magazine is very han<3somely [printed and we arj confident that it will be very s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

FIEST LAEGE POSITIVE SALE OF SPUING DBY GOODS FOE 1854^ The nndersfgned will; commence their sales oi Dry Goods for the Spring of 1S64, on Thursday morning, Ptb:nary 4, at 10 airlock, by catalogue, on Four Months' Credit and part for cash, cmbraciig about 625 .packages of American, British, French and German liry Goods, in Linens, Worsteds. Woolen! Cotton and Silks, including 325 pieces Broad Cloths. Ca ' ssimeres, Satinets, Coatinfs, Meltons; ic with a large variety ot Linen Goods, Cambric Handkercb iets, Pans Kid Gloves, Dress Goods, Woolen Shirts, Silk Ties, Velvet Eibbonf, Balmorol Skirts, and 77 packages Domestic Cotton Goods, Feathers, Hemp Carpets, &c. JOHN B. MTEBS & CO.. Auctioneers, Nos. 132 aud S3i Market street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

LABGE SALE OF BEAt, ESTATE. Mr. Jumes A. Freeman advertises the estate of the late Jabez Buntincdeceased, to be sold next Monday, at the Blue Bell, Darby road, by order of the Orphans' Court. Also, a lalge amount of TSlnable-properiy to be sold on Wednesday next, at the Exchange, under judicial decreet. Included in the last wilt be the estates of Barbara Paul, deceased; Robert McPhrnon, decease^; lfm Robinson, deceased; Richard McKtc, deceased; Malcolm M. A'eran, deceased: Margaret C. Brautigam,decca.-ed, Tobias Pyledeceased; Jdjncs F/oi/d,d65eased, etc., etc. ^ee Auction advertisements. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

IMPOBTANT SALE.-MESSSS: THOMAS & Smfadverlise the remaining As.els of the Ba,,k fo Pennsylvania. See Auction head. i Obpbahb' Coukt, akd Executoes' Peremp-•Soby Saxes Ksaj-, 'Estate, Stocks, Paw, &o., riext week. . '-. . .. . ' ¦ . •" ¦ 'Their sale on Tuesday, 9th in6t., will comprise two snperior Chester, county Earras and valuable city propertyto he soldper ' emptorily. See advertisements Anction head. The PA1NHKG9to be sold on Friday, are now arranged Iot examinaiion with catalogues.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

Mb. VotmOHH will give his second classical soiree in the Foyer of the Academy of Musicl this evening. In addition to the instrumenta, pieces mentioned yesterday, there will bo songs by the fine tenor singer, Herr Hahelmann. \

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

. ^: - % ^ ' ¦ ¦ & I $ WEIGHT & SlDDAIi ^ No. 119 Market Street. " BeVweeu eli)liUmaoci.i i-'eLS. O. W. WKIOHT. ». H. SIDQALi. ' DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPERS Can find at our establishment a full . a»- jortmeiit otlmported and Domestic Drug--., popular Patent Medicines, Paints, Coal Oil, Window Glass, Prescription Vitas, etc., at as low prices as genuine flr*i clasj goods can be sold. • :FINE ESSENTIAL OILS for Confectioners, in full Taristy, and of the best quality. ' CochinealBengal -Indigo, Madder, Pot-Ash;- Cudbear, . Soda Ash, Alum, Oil ol Vitriol, Annatto. Copperas, Extractor Logwood, <fcc, FOR DYERS' use, always on hand at lows* ^ net cash prices. ° SULPHITE OF LIME, for keeping cider sweet; a perfectly harmless preparation; put up, with full directions for use, in packages, contalnlnj sufficient for one barrel. Orders by mail, or city post, will m»M with prompt attrition, or special quotations *wm be furnished when requested. WRIGHT...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

ENTERPRISE MILLS. ATWOOD, RALSTON & CO., MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CARPETOGS, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Ac, Ae. Warehouse, 619 Chestnut Street, AND GIG Jayne Street. fcbl-3 m^ ^P. & C. R.TAYLOR, Importers and Manufacturers of TOILET SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, No. 641 North Ninth. Street.-SB jaS-lm

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