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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

Thomas BccnA-SAN Read, Esq., who has been rendering excellent patriotic service in Ohio and in the Army, of the .Cumberland, fo r the past two or three years, has returned to Philadelphia, with the intention of remaining here to prosecute one of the arts in which he is a master—that of a painter. He will also, of course, not neglect that of a poet. His poem of " The "Wagoner of the Alleghenies," published by Messrs. Lippincott Ac Co., has had a remarkable success, particularly in the West. A -ingle-firm has retailed over twelve hundred copies. The demand for it continues good. As the work of a lvanian and the scene's being also,Pennsylvanian, we take pride and pleasure in reporting the ' success of " The Wagoner."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

EETROLEUM, - It is stated that in- the year 18611,112,-476 gallons of petroleum were shipped from this country to foreign ports; in 1862 the quantity was 10,887,701 gallons; and in 1863 the figures were 28,000,000 gallons. Much of the oil was sent to Europe in bn|J£, the barrels being emptied into the holds'of the vessels. 'According to the Tribune the export trade last year employed what was equal to 253 ships of 1,000 tons each, and the oil was worth •, about §15 , 000,000, if refined, and abouM$12,000,000 if cruder'. The export of 1864 will be, it is estimated, about 40,000,000 gallons, "When we 'add to the foregoing figures the vast amount of oil consumed at home, it will be seen how immense is the quantity produced, and we cannot wonder that, along the entire length of the Pennsylvania Railroad, the traveler constantly passes long trains of cars filled with barrels, which send out the odor of oil most decidedly. ' The effect of this great production of petroleum has b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

AUCTION NOTICE. We would call the attention of buyers to the lart'e and desirable assortment of city-made Clothing, Cloths, Cassimeri's, &c, to be sold by catalogue, _t au.tion, on Friday morning, com. mencing at 10 o'clock precisely, by Gillette k ScottAuctioneers, at their new store, No. 62: Chestnut street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

LARGE SALE OF REAL ESTATE NEXT WEDNESDAY. For Mr. Freeman" s sale, next Wednesday, pamphlet catalogues are now ready. Ttcenty properties to be sold ici'hout any reservation.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

GmAEJh FIEE AND MAEINB insi/rance company, orpiejB; 4i§ Walnut steeet,. ¦ „ PHILADELPHIA. n . CAPITAL ^ $200,000. INCOME FOR 1863, FROM FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND INTERESJT ON INVESTMENTS, _ §90 . 618 83. LOSSES PAID, - - - - - $29,127). 92 And unpaid (one of .$2260. and one of SSOO, as reported, bm nut in time to be ac justed before January 1st, 1SW,) thus leaving nearly. GOjOOO OO Income, over losses, out of which current expenses -l.ave been pais*; also, two Dividends, amounting to TWtLVE PER CENT., deelaredin iMAY AND NOVEMBER. The Caj>ital of this Company is Invested In First Cass 1-onds and Mortgages, United States Loans, Cin of Philadelphia Loans, Camden and A_aboy Railrosd, and other undoubted Securities ihcluditg balance ot Cash in Philadelphia Bins;, $& 146 87, This Company has been domr business for many jeais and ranks among the safest m the country. $500,000 f Has been disbursed by it, for the benefit or its patrons for TEN YEARS. NO COMPANY Excels it ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

^ -0. ©ictr ^ & % jfr Js, & WEIGHT & SIDDALL ^ No. " 119 Market Street...-li_uwe_-i _ro_t. u_-a -m.u_i_ a- , reus. O. W. WKIQHT. ' V. B. &n>DAT_C. DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPERS Can And at our establishment a fnH assortment of Imported and Domestic Drugs, ropular Patent Medicines, Paints, Coal OU, Window Glass, Prescription Vials etc., at as low prices as genuine first olass goods can be sold-. FINE ESSENTIAL OILS for Confectioners, in full variety, and of the best quality. Cochineal, Bengal Indigo, Madder, Pot-Ash, Cudbear, Soda Ash, Alum, Oil ol Vitriol, Anuatto. Copperas, Extract of Logwood, *o., FOB DYEKS' use, always on hand at lowest netcash prices. = SULPHITE OF LIME, for keeping cider sweet; a perfectly harmless preparation; put up, with full directions for use, in packages, containing sufficient for one barrel. Orders by mail, or city post, will mssS with prompt attgntlon,-or soeclal quotations will be fUrr_e__ed whe...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

MUSICAL BOXES. IN HANDSOIilE OASES playing from two to twelve choice melodies for sale by FABR * BROTHEB Importers, OS No ." - M rihPitn-t SltTAat- h-lrco- Vnnrtb OOP SKIRT MAW UFAUTORY — Hoop Skirts ready-made and made to order, warranted of the best materials. Also, Skirts repaired. . MRS. E. BAYLEY, jalG-lm$ 812 Vine street, above' Eishth. ISAAC NATHANS, AUCTIONEER and MONEY BROKER, N. E. corner of THIRD and SPRUCE streets, onlv one sqnare below the Exchange. NATHANS'S Princip.il OB-.e, established for the last forty years. Money to Loan, i» large or small amounts, at the lowest rate*, on Diamonds, Silver Plate, Watches, Jewelry, Clothing, and goods of every description. Office hours rroniSA. M. till 7 P M _ de'-O-ttrp PURE PALM OIL SOAP This Scap Is made of pure fresh Palm Oil, and is entirely a vegetable Soap; more suitable for Toilet use than thos. made frem animal fats. In boxes el one dozen cakes for SI 50 per box. Manufactured bv GEO. M. ELKINTON k SON, Ne. 116 Margaretta...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

CO-PARTNERSHIP, l MR. BENJAMIN TB£CMRA ' ISTHIS DAY ADMITTED A/ = ' 1 J PARTNER IN ; 0UR FIRM, AND "WILL CONTINUE THE MANT7FAO TURE AND SALE OF tGas Fixtures and Lamps, VNDEB THE FIRM NAME OF WARNER, MISKEY & MERRILL MANUFACTORY ,l ' Wo. 402 BACE STBEET. SALEBOOMS, . Mo. 718 CHEST-JUT STREET, and No 579 BROADWAY, Uew York. . Philadelphia, February l, 1864. ^

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

01 £A._ TO LOAN. 'ON MORTGAGE OF 5>1.0UU City Property. S W. THACKARA A; SON fel-3t* No 244 South Third street. UMELLE'S COMPOUND S YRU p " OF DOCK We often hear it repeated bv those who have used JUMELLE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF DOCK, thaftimons all the thousand remtdies ollercd to tbe pnblic,there is none of them so salutary as acongh medicine, so potent as1 an mvigorator, soefTectnal as a purifying specific, aud so s-hooting and restorative in cases of physical deb'iity,nervorjs irritation and a general sinking or a prostration of the system. For sale by the proprietor, F. JUMELLE, No. 15-5 Market street, and by all Druggists. [fe4-3in§ ORMS. WORMS. WORJIS. WORMS. , - ¦ "IVORMS. WORMS. ¦ o WORMS. feQ-2fitrp NISKEY's Worm Pov.-ders; Vegetable;, sure cure. RIliGE and GIRARD Avenues: Price 25c. E A L BLACK L.ACE POINTES AND Sqoaie Shawls.—GEORGE W. VO-J-RL. No. 1010 CIIESTNUT street, has nowooen his new importation of K<sal Black Lace Pointes and Shawls, i The assortment ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

GGUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION. COUGHS. COLDS, CONSUMPTION. DR. SWATSE'S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD CHERRY, DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD CHERRY, " ¦ ¦ V DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD \ CHERRY, „ __ DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD ; CHERRY. „ ----.-DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD CHERRY, CURES ALL COMPLAINTS CURES ALL COMPLAINTS CURES ALL COMPLAINTS CURES ALL COMPLAINTS ;• CURES ALL COMPLAINTS: OF THE'THROAT,* BREAST AND LUNGS, OF THE THROAT. BREAST AND LUNGS. OF THE THROAT, BREAbT AND LUNGSOF THE THROAT, BRKAST AND LUNGS. (if6, THE THROAT, BREAST AND LUNGS. A trial of many years has proved to tl|e world that t£is remedy is more efficacious than aiiy j hitherlo Known to mankind. F,r Bronchitis,Sore Throat, Atthma.it is a sovereign remedy. For the weak and debilitated, it acts as a strengthening alterative. Prepared only by . DR. SWAYNE k SON . 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia-Sold by dealers every...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

JYORYTYPES.—These beautiful stvles ot Likenesses should be obtainedjat B. F.REIMER'S, 624 ARCH street. They haxe no equal in naturalness and artistic coloring. Go early. OBACCONIsl'S can obtain Tobacco-Cutters at the Hardware Store of TRUMAN k SHAW, No. 835 (Eight Thirty-flve) Market street, below Ninth. • . MAGNIFICENT PORTRAITS B. F. REIMER' S most pleasing and natural in anpear-»r»i>*» of jinv tnade. T_ix.--**.v riioyoaiw_.rao, la oil colors, pronounced by con-oisseurs wonderfnl. 624 ARCH street. OOR KNOCKERS. —[3—variety of patterns of light or heavv KnocBers fOR doors or pates, for sale at the Hardware fetore pt TRUMAN k SHAW, No. 835 (Eight ThirW/flTe) Market street, below Ninth. v : "DEIMERS GREAT SUCCESSES, are those XV most popular Likenesses, COLvRED PHOTOGRAPHS, ol fine quality and truthful expressionat the low price of Si 00. SECOND stre.t, above Green. ARRY L. CARPENTCR IS THIS DAY admitted to an interest in our bnsiness. W. k F. CARPENHER, Tailors, 625 Chestnu...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

SPiECIAL NOTICE. RETAIL DEPARTMENT. M'OALLUM_& CO. Beg lea-re to inform tho public that they hay leased the old established Carpet Store, No. 519 CHESTNUT STREET, Opposite Independence Hall, V FOR A RETAIL DEPAET__.EJrr, Where they are now opening A NEW STOCK, o/~ ' IMPORTED AND, AMERICAN CARPETS, Embiacing the choicest patterns of AXMJNSTER, 1TAPESTRY CARROYAL WILTON, PETS, VELVET, (BRUSSELS CARPETS VENETIANS. Together with a full assortment of everything pertaining to the Carpet Business. ' ja3U-tf$

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

tm ™T„:rwm SQ.UARE, UPRIGHT AND GRANDS. THB HOST CELEBRATED AND POPULAR, AI-L OYl-B THE WOBJ-B, AT ^^_ BL ASIUS BROS. , gggfe«| f^^ irfl 100- Chestnut street. If | f! BDR, STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT is the author of ' • Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment." ' ¦ ^ iMEitel- i ORE ATE ST ^ afigStam ff»y PplMPROVBMEKT?|Pg'^j " OF THE AGE IN PIANOS. MEYT-R'S Improved Qrerstrong Pianos, acknowledged by the1 leading artists, and endorsed • liy the Musical public, to be the finest Pianos in America. . The attention of the Musical public is called to these recent great improvements in Piano'Fortes. By a new method of construction, the greatest possible volume of tone has been obtained,'without any of the sweetness and brilliancy lor -which these Pianos ars so celebrated, being lost, and ¦whichwith an Improved Touch and Action render them Uneqnaled. These Instruments received the Prize Medal at tte World'- Fair, .held in London, as well as the Highest Awards over all competitors, from the fi...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

NEW MILLINERY HOOT. P. A. HAEDING & CO., Rtspectluily inform the mercantile community that they\will open, FEBRUARYJtdt-i , 1864, AT No. 413 Arch street, A COMPLETE STOCK OF STEAW AND MILLINERY GOODS, Suited to tie trade,and trusttbatprompt and careful attention, moderation in prices, good assortment, together with their long experience in bu-.Ines-, (having been for the last 6even years with the house of Lincoln, Wood k Nichols, and their late-ucces-ors. Wood &Cary,) they may merit a .hare of the publie patronage. »f Orders solicited by mall andrpromptly executed. j30-lm$

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

t f &? Fourth^nc. Arch ? v, ARE OPENING FOE SPEINGr SALES -8M. —? Magnificent Organdie^, De Percales and Chintzes, 68 Pieces Faney Silks, 1C0 do Good Black^ Silks, Fine Piaid~Si-iks, Ordered Pouiule Soies, Shawls. New Styles, Standard Sheetings, Household Goods, BestGloyjesOn^^^-tntismvvf r^

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

RARE CHANCES FOR INVESTMENTS. FOR SALE, Store 26 South Eighth at. ab. Chestnut, AND Farm 21 Acres, West Philad'a, The STORE-26 South EIGHTH Street, with lot 24 by 54 in the rearT 4s offered for sale. This property is on the best business tide of Eighth street, near Chestnut, contains about 2.00 square feet, ~rith a convenient outlet ou Jayne etreet, is the largest single lot in tne Square aud well adapted to economical and profitable i_iprovement. ALSO, 21 ACRES HIGH LAND, On Forty.nimh; Fiftieth, Martet, Arch, Ra-e and HaNyerford streets, West Philadelphia, having a large body of BRICK CL-_y» with Passenger Hailrofld on Market and Hart?r»i*rd sireets, is offereorFQR SALE in sections or together. APPLY TO \ . J. OGDEN CUTHBERT, Eaddonfleld Post Office, ^£.J., or to ALIEJT CUTHBERT, fe2-3t» SS Southt EiahtHi Street. S

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

1864. SPRING 1864. GlENlioHO MILLS, GERMANTOWN, PA. j M'GALLIJM jg. CO., IffiaimfactTirers. Importers and "Whole-Bala Deai«rs IN OAKPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, &c. Warehouse, 509 Chestnut st M ^ Opposite Independence HalL

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

M TEEPRISE MILLS. ATWOOD, RALSTON & CO,, MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALB DEALERS IN CABPETIN»St 1 Oil Cloths, Matting's, Ac.) 4cc. f" K ^> • ¦ ¦ • i WarehoDsej 619 Chestnnt Street! AND 6X6 Jayno Street. febl3m«

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

CV-_ .BAZAAB,, NINl'H AND SANSOM 2^ STREETS. -* AUCTION SALE OF fOBSES, OABR1AGES, &c. c On SATURDAY MOBNING next at 10 o' clock omprising about ' FORTY HORSES. Full descriptions m catalogues. —ALSO—New and.second-hand carriages, light wagons 4c., with which the sale will commence ° Alsoj single and doubleliarness, saddles, bridles, robes, covers, whips, &c. BS7" No postponement on account of weather XSTSale of horses, to., on. WEDNESDAY NEXT.--. . . nti_« ALFBED M. HERKNESS, fe4-2trp} Auctioneer. '-«f_R. WATCHES! WATCHES' /©"N WATCHES t-500 fine GOLD and &T& SILVEB WATCHES, by the mbst SW ' «-! proved makers, for sale at one-half the nsnal prices at the Broker's,corner of THIRD and GASKILLstreets, below Lombard. ja28-lmrp W^SkJB J™S ffiSSffi »»ffiiS ^te _rfKv MONEY!i-_To any amount LOADED /V\ S&( S-SlrA -r5_ IES' DIAMONDS , JEWA A ELBJ, GUNS, CLOTHING, 4c , at IP **> JONES * CO.'S old established Loan Office, corner THIRD and GASKILL...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

jjmgjjfeBia- OOmti-UT iMAlMU XVtilNl*.-ra_|5d|»_3SMr. Ol E. SABGENT'S orders foi I f • I ? ' Tuning and Bepairtng Pianos aro,r* celved at Mason k Co.'s Store, 9.7 CHESTNU1 street, only. Mr. Sargeant has had Eleven Yeaxs factory experience In Boston, and Five Years' otis employmentln Philadelphia. SPECIAL—Pianos re-leathered to sound as soft and *w*eMon«d s_ newwithout removing. t Tertn« for ttinlne. «1. nc!1-8T-t~?4 ai riajfaijB- THE UNIOM PIANO MANU fBS-^^ F ACTUBING COMPANY have at WIS I Is their factory and wareroomsldlt WALNUT street, always a most beautiful assortment of t&efiwunrivalled PIANOS, which the . sell at the lovjest cash prices or on instalments Give us a calrbefore purchasing elsewhere, and every satlstaot-on and snaarantoe wiU b» riven buvnr-. . ¦ ¦ * -_ *". -ffi^Vr.S -M&i-ON, FANCY AND *g\ Straw MillinerNo. 331 SOUTH street, haa y»«r a handsome assortment of Velvet, Silk, Felt and Straw Bonnets and Hats. Old Velvet Bonnets made over. j els-im* if...

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