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

. lost; •*S> -X LOST—Lata Friday afternoon, a whi*.e -•aLtf*^,and black SETTER DOG, owner's name ub colnir. A liberal reward' will be civeu to any one returning the dog to either 1816 LOCUST, or 123 South FRONT Street. ; fel-3t*> -»«—»¦ I Mill II II I ¦ ¦ »»»—< II IIS

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

{\(\ BAGS LAGUAYEA OOFFEE, NOW \}\J landing from bark Thomas Dallett. For le by DALLETT & SON,. 129 South FRONT xeet ^ ja7

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

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

- ;' TEAVEIJNG GTDTDE. SC caaeaasxtc READING railroad. (gPftSBS-^a GREAT TRUNK LINE f^M^HTLADELPHIA to the interior OF PENNSYLVANIA, THE SOHUYIi-, KILL, SUSQUEHANNA*, CUMBERLAND AND WYOMING VAL- ^ LEYS,. " "gWB - . NORTHNORTHWEST AND THE OANABAS , PASSENGER TRAINS Leave the Company's Depot, THTRTBENT and GALLOWHILL streets, Philadelphia, at tin following hours: MORNING MAIL, At 6.15 A. M,,' for Reading, Lebanon, Harrisburg, Pottsville; Pinegrove, Tamaq.ua, Sunbury, WiliiamsportElmira, Rochester, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Allentown, Willresbarre, Pittston, York, Carlisle, Chambersbnrg, Hagerstownice&o. . This trairPconnects at READING with the East Pennsylvania Railroad trains for Allentown, ic, and with the Lebanon Valley train for Harrisburg, 4o.: at PORT CLINTON with Oatawissa Railroad trains for Wilkesbatre, Williamspo.', LocK Haven, Elmira, ic; at HARRISBURG with rforthern Central, Cumberland Valley, and Schuylkill and Susquehanna trains, for Northumberland, Wiliia...

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

* "J - SHIPPING. ^ tfSMK .STEAM WEEKLY TO, LIVESSOiaM FOOL, touching at QUEENSTOWW (Cork Harbor).—The well-known Steamers of the Liverpool, Ne*g» York and PWladelphiaSteamshia Company are intended to sail as follows: CITY OF NEW YORK.- .Saturday, Feb. 6 EDINBURGH.. Saturdays Feb. 13 CITY OF WASHINGTON.... Saturday, Feb. 20 And every succeeding Saturday at •Noon, troia; Pier 44 North River. - RATES OF PASSAGE: PAYABLB IB SOLD OB ITS EO .UIVALHNT Ut OUB-; motor. - 1st.Cabin....... SS0 Steerage ...«30 «• 1st Cabin to London. 8s Do. to London 34 M 1st Cabin to Paris 95 Do. to Paris.. 40 6e 1st Cabin to Hamburg 80 Do. to Hamburg 37 » Passengers also forwarded to HavreBremen, ¦aotterdam , Antwerp, ic, at equally low rates. -i™« TOOlt LIVBBFOOX. OE QOKBHBTOWU.— «rst Cabin, 8758858105. Steerage fromLiver-K?i 5?a , <lj>eanstown, 830. Those who wish to rates trienas can buy ticketa here at tbeia ny^K' ^^ &^^i^ 'I ** * HI Walnnt street, Philadelphia. ^ yss^&...

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

TRAVELING GUIDE. i; R*Enr~TTTi " i ""-""""»°"-"°-"«" u pig? mui^ ,lTi ^Fj— -Running time of trains, comjnenciuK FRIDAY, Jan. 1, le64. ¦ER DM WALNUT STREET WHARF, v. For Cape May at 9 A. M. Returning at 6 A. M. ForMiljevIUe, ic, at 9 A. XH. and3P. M. Be-, turning at 8 09 A. M. and 110 P. M. For Sridgetonic, at 9 A M. and4 P. M. Returning at6.30 A. M. and 130 P. M. For Salem, ic., at 9 A. M. and 3 and 4 P. M. ysturning at 4 and 8 A. M. and 110 P. M. For *> ' iury, ic., at 9 A. M. and 3, 4 and 6 P. M. Returning at 7.00, 7.48, 9.38 A. M. and 2 45 P.M. J. VAN RENSSELAER, Superintendent. SALEM RAILROAD. Running -jr oi trains, commencing FRIDAY, Jan. 1, 1804. ; '. " From Walnut Street Wharf at 9 A. M. aiid3 and 4.P. M: Freight 12 M. Returning, leave Salem at 4 and 8 A. M.-and 1; 10 P. M. Freight daily/each way. Applv to MORTON MILLS, Agent, 2d Covered Pier above/Walnut st. y J- T AN RENSSELAER* Superintendent. CAPE MAY AND MILL VILLE IWILROAD. Running time of trains, commery...

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

¦ jrisanoA^-; y ~ . ---.: .' v- , LkUiVS PERIOBICAL DROPS NEVER FAIL TO CURE THE SUFFERJNOl LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are a speciflo for all female difflenlUe*. . LION'S PERIODICAL DROPS are wonderfully adapted to obstinate oaata. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS •re not pleasant to take, bnt powerful in their ration?.. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS never barm any one if they follow the direction* LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS, n cases of painful: sickness, act like a charm, in Mgoratmg, restoring and renovating the system. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are a scientifically prepare Hold preparation, an! more reliable than any PU1 or Powder. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are genuine only, when the name of Doctor John L. Lyon is written upon the directions, which an wrapped carefully around each bottle. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS axe for sale by druggists in city and country a vary where. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS oost bnt one dollar per bottle; will you waste a waJ with anxiety and pain, when invest...

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

lHW ' * . TBA^LD-fQ GTJtLTr£ K3K c**ss^>&n 1864." ARRANGEMENTS Of J^ffi^Sf YORK : LINES.- ' 1864. ^ The t^Tnideu and Amboy and Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad Companies' Lines from Philadelohia to New York and Way'Places. ^ EROM WALNUT STREET WHAXF, Will leave as follows, viz: ' * PABB. At 6 A. M., via Camden and Amboy, O. and A. Accommodation....... frl '15 At.8A. M., via Camden and. Jersey City, Morning Express.... ...* 3 89 At 8 A. M " ., via'Camden and Jersey City, 2d Class Ticket, 3 25 Mt 12 M., via Camden and Amboy. C. and A. Accommodation 2 25 At 2 P. M:, via Camden and" Amboy, C. and A. Express. 3 M Al 1 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation (FreightandPassenger)........, 1 75 At 6, P.M. via-Camden and Amboy, Accom' modation (Freight and Passenger), 1st , Class Ticket.. 2 25 SdOlassdo. ... " 150 At.jj .P.M., via Camden and Amboy Accommodation (Freight and Passenger's) 1st Class Ticket... J 2 25 2d Clas do; ¦ j 1 58 For Mauch Ohunk, Allentown, Beth...

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

RE; ijMuitewrij NORTH . PENNSYLVANIA £S»^gp 3|pE R. R. —FOR BETHLEHEM, dTjYEEStTWN, MAUCH OHUNK, HAZLETON, EAi'.TON, WII.UAMSPORT, &0. WINTER / ARRANGEMENTS. THREE THOROUGH -TRAINS. On and after MONDAY, Nov. 16, 1863, Passenger Trains wilileave the NEW DEPOT, THIRD Street, above^TMmpson street, Philadelphia, daily, (Sundays excepted) as follows: At 7 A. M. (Express) for Bethlehem, Allentown, Mauch ChunkJHazleton Wiliiamsport. The 7 A. M./rain makes close connection witb the Lehigh Valley Railroad, at Bethlehem, being the shortest/nd most desirable route to all points In the Lehigh coal region. At 3.15 P. M. (Express)- for Bethlehem, Eastonie. This train reaches Easton at; 5.40 P. M., and makes close connection with;the New Jersey Central foi- New York. At si 15 P. M. fprEethlehem, Allentown, Manch Chunk. For Doylestowu at 9.15 A. M. and 4.15 P. M. For Fart Washington ' at 10.15 A. M. and 0.15 P. M* White cars of Second and Third street Una Citv Passenger Cars, run iire . c...

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

JSEGgS^l^g? "WEST CHESTER AND PHI-^ee-«Kj*^»^^ LADELPHIA RAILROAD, ^~ VIA MEDIA. WINTER ARRANGEMENT) On'and afrerMONDAY, December/7th18«3, the'Trains wUl leave Philadelphia , from the Depot, N.*-E. comer of EIGHTEENTH anfi MARKET streets, at 8.00 and 10.45 A. M., andlat 2.00 and 4.00 P. M. . Trains leave the corner oBThirty-first and Market streets (West Philadelphia) 17 minutes after the starting time from Eightcenthjand Market Btltfits J' A Freight Train, with Passenger/Oar attached, will leave the corner of THHiTY-FIRST and MARKET streets (West PMQadelphial, at 6.30 PV1M.. N -.- .. ' 1 . Trains leave West Chester at 6.40, 8.20 aid 10; 35 A-'M., and at 1.25 and4.35 P. M. ^| i ON SUNDAYS, . ' ' IieaveFhiladelphia, at S.00 A. M. and2.OOP. M. •« WestiChester, at 7 50 A. M. and 4.00 P. M. The Trains leaving. Philadelphia at 8.00 A. M., and 1.00 P. M., connect at Pennelton with Trains on the Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad, for Concord, Kennett, Oxford, ic, ic., ysel4 -.....

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

A FRIEND -IN NEED-TRY IT.—DB. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT U grepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, iol onnecticui, the great bone setter, and has been UBed in Mb practice for the last twenty years with the most astonishing sucbess.: As an external remedy it is -without a rival, and will alleviata pain more speedily Qitvn any other preparation. For all Rheumatic and Nervous Disorders it Is truly infalible, and as a curative for Sores, Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, ic, its soothing, healing and powerful strengthening properties, excite the just wonder and astonishment of all who have ever given it a trial, j Over four hundred certificates of remarkable i cures, performed by it within the last two years!, attest this fact. Sold everywhere. mlo-ly AYLOR'S ARNICA OIL OR EMBROOATION—A reliable article. Positively cure* RheumatismNeuralgia and Sprains, Frosted Feet, Chillblains, Pains m the Limbs, Chest, Sida Back. For sale by the Proprietor H. B. TAYLORTenth and Callowhill streets. ...

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

A N H O O D AMD THB VIGOR OF YOUTH RESTORED IN rotril WEEKS, BY DR. RICORD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE! Dr. R icord, 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 affects of climate, or naturaf causes. The time required to cure the most/inveterate case is four weeks: and. if used according to printed instructions, which are very simple,'failure is impossible. This life-restoring remedy sheuld betaken by all about to marry, as its effects are permanent. It is acknowledged by the medical press to be th« greatest discovery ever made. Its developing powers are miraculous. Success, In every case, is us certain ti3 that science overthrows ignorance. 'Dr. Ricord's Essence pf Life is sold in cases, waih fBirinstrnctions for ...

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

CON SIGN EES WANTED. —Four half doiea Sleds, marked H. P. iBper soaooheriE.-FIowerRussellfrom New York. Consignees please tend for the same, how Btored by me, pay freight and cbarges.and oblige DAVID COOPER, If* North Wharves. fel-5t "VT OTICE—All persons are cautioned not to trust Xl any of the crew of tha Dalian bark PELLEGRA, Fascemaster, frpm Tagaurog, Rnssia, ;as no debts of tueir contracting wiU be paid tty captain or consignees.. J. E. BAZLEY & GO.<il22-Sonth Wharves. /., ¦ „ . . ja274tf:,.:. AUTION,—All persons are nereby hotiflerl against trusting any of the crew of the Italian bark LUIGINQi La Nasa, master, from.Tervenpva, as no debtj of their conttactmgvvifll|e^ttiaj by either th», captain or consignees. WOKltaiar*r i CO:. 123 "Walnut street. ' ' I1 -43

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

rToTTTJN'BAIL DUOJSTTOTTON CANVAS, C o?e^rVwtiiht,W fwWto ^o feel: wldeT aU numbers; heavy and HghV RAVENS -DUCK ASHLAND TOPSAIL and other Awning Twills, Paper Felting, 5a Twine, ic. / For sale/by W. EVERMAN * CO., »u3e-i»/ * 1 (0, ig8Jon«»'«»ll«JL

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

' AMUSEMENTS. ' CARL WOLF.SOHN Respectfully announces that his SECOND CLASSICAL SOIREE, Will take place THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, Feb. 3d, AT TilK FOYER OF THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. He will have the assistau ce of Herr HABELMAN, The renowned Tenor of the German Opera Troupe THEO. AHREND - Violoncello. - A. EELLNEIV . ' . ' . * " K-BUtbois. , W. STOLL . A Clarionet. * ¦ A. BIRGFELD,. Horn. , G. MUELLER, i Bassoon. . ; ' PROGRAMME. - Sonate (D major), Piano and W0™^^^ Messrjk WOLFSOHN and AHREND. Song^--wlmiiug."............ .«.... Schumann BirrHABIiLMANN Piano SolOr-"Faust," Transcription de . rnnw'rt ..Wolfsohn COncert "- CARL WOLFSOHN. . Senate-Piano and Clarionet................Weber Messrs WOLFSOHN and bTOLL. <5onir " Winkelmann " S Herr HA B ELM ANN. Quintett (Piano and Wind Instruments) ^ v - - - Beethoven Messrs WOLFSOHN, KET.LNER, STOLL, - MUELLER and BIRGFELD. Single Tickets si; can be had at the Music Stores ard en the evening at the dour. !Toors open at 7; 10 co...

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

PROPOSALS. . -pKOPOSALS FOE STATIONER^.— HotfEoi- Exritt^KSTiTivE*, United Stated, ) - ULiuis's Ofvu-k, January-J9, 1-ii! < SEALED PROPOSALS will b. ^ received at this oillc- im'i! FRIDAY, the ith day of March, 1*:-J1, at 1-2 o'clock M., for it:r-.r.?hiug <-ach of the loilowing classes of Stationery for tb»* use of the House of Representatives of the Uuitol Slat--,, viz: lto reams white quarto Post Paper, extra superhue, hunt lined 13i rvams wmte Commercial Note Paper, extra utferfine, faint lined. 30 reams while Foolscap Paper, extra superfine, f.iint lined. •13 roams fancy Note Paper, assorted kiuds,«iies, and colors. 5l-,uCO white thick adhesive Envelopes 5; ,x3*<. Gi',uuo Vrblti- thick adhesive Envelop.*?, s^ 'x.;1 ,. 20,UO whin- thick adhesive Envelopes, J*•,x-> ' ».. jti .WO while thick adhesivo Envelopes, •-•,x3'j . 15,ct(l white thick adhesive Envelopes, ^»,x3>-. 111,000 laucy note Envelopes, assorted. •J5,(t*0 bull" adhesive Envelope...

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

KENDALL'S A M. H O L I N E FOB THE HAIR.; AMBOLINE MOISTENS, BEAUTIFIES, ODORATES, LENGTHENS, INVIGORATES, j NOURISHES, i EMBELLISHES, THE HAIB.^,J A purely vegetable ^ conwouitdi made entirely from stimulating extract^^df-Roots, Herbs and Flowers. It prevents the hair falling out or turning prematurely grey. Ladies who desire a luxuriant head of hair, should not fail to give the Ambolln atrial. Price'Sl per box containing two bottles. Prepared only by KENDALL i OO., No. 506 Broadway, New Yer*. Agents In Philadelphia, JOHNSTON, HALLOW AY i COWDEN, des-3m$ No. 23 North Sixth street QOBIETHING ENTIRELY NEW. " BOLDIERS' COMPANION, EVERY SMOKERS COMPANION. The most complete present, a Father, Mother, BrotherSister or Friend, can make, to their relative in the army. THE RIDGWOOB PIPE AND TOBACCO OASB The cheapest, most useful, compact and convenient article ever manufactured. Call and lnspeo them. - - • R. & G. A. WRIGHT, Appointed sole Agents, ^ 634 Ohestnnt street. The trade ...

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

Will rs ost * positively be reidy in a ^ ' ftw days. ' THE EAB, Its Diseases and Their Treatment, BY ' " DE. VON MGSCHZISKEB, OCULIST AND AURIST. , The work is handsomely illustrated withnumor. ohs Anatomical and Pathological Eugraviiigs. All the various causes of Deafness and their appro priate treatment, are most accurately described. Illustrations of all Instruments necessarj for ex amination of the Ear, and those eaployed In th« Treatment. Accurate directions and advice how to guard against tee " direct causes which produce Deafness A new method of treating certain cases of Deafness that havehithert bettn considered incurable, such as partial or total des ruction of the Tympanum, Drum of the Ear. Nervous Deaftess, A very elaborate Glossary, with iull explanations, is given at the end. The work will be invaluable to the Medical Profession ar d be read with profit and interest by the public at large. 1 he work will be in one handsome octavo volume, extra cloth, 35U pages. Piic...

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

TROM THE DEPARTMENT OF THE GTOF. (¦Correspondence of the N. Y. Herald.] New Omean3, Jan. 26,—There is no longer any use in disguising the fact from your readers that some important movement is about to take place in this department, as it is known to every one in New Orleans. Troops are being hurried across. Lake Ponchartrain and landed at Madisonville, Vessels, as I remarked in my last letter, are manoeuvering about the mou th of the Pascagoula. Admiral Farragut has not come here with his fleet for no purpose, and in fatet I will tell you that all parties in this city declare that Mobile is about being attacked by Farragut on the water and the troops ' of General Banks on land. Jttay .their prophecy prove true. Yesterday Admiral Farragut and Major-General Banks paid a .visit to the sloop-of-war Portsmouth, now lying in the river, and were hospitably entertained by her efficient commander. "" A .shocking and mysterious murder took plaife in thiajaeigliborhood a few days ago. It ap...

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

A Fearfui, Malady. —A disease of a fearful and malignant type, which proves fatal in a few hours, has recently manifested itself In the lower part of Bucks -county. By some it is called "spotted fever," but be its name what it may, it is not only alarming but fatal in its effects. One case occurred in Bristol borough about Christmas, and another in Bristol township a few days subsequentl y. This week we are told George W. Brown ¦ of Falls township lost a lovely daughter of great promise , after a few days' sickness, and a second daughter was sick with it on Wednesday last. We leam also, that something of the same nature prevails in, Morrisville, and. that six deaths had occurred in the three first days of last week , and on Wednesday morning there were four persons lying dead in the Borough. On Thursday the undertaker had eight funerals to attend to;. Some of these people are first taken with pain in the head, therPa blindess, with inability to; speak, and some lose their hearing....

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