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

Ma.-t-_j.iKU- XJNJU.-l-ll.__t. IWH, EM BROIDERING,. Braiding, Stamping, *o. M. A. TORREY, liya TIlhOTt -tr.«t AKER'S. ORNAMENTAlKhAIR MANUFACTORY.—The largest and best assortment of Wigs, Tonpos, Long Hair Brands, Ourls, FrizettesIllusive Seams, for ladies, at prices lower than elsewhere, at 909 CHESTNUT Street. , ja!3-lmrp* ICELAND MOSS OR LICHEN PASTE, AND MARSHMALLOW DROPS—Excellent Confectiona for Coughs, Colds and Sore Throat. STEPHEN F. WHITMAN, manufacturer, No.?2io Market Street. ja-2-26trp J OHN O. BAKER has rerroved from 154 North Third street to 718 MARKET street. Particu. lar attention will be given to the manufacturing and bottling of his celebrated Cod Liver Oil. John C. Baker k Co.' s Medicinal Cod Liver Oil has for many years had a reputation for genuineness, freshness purity and sweetness, which has made the demand universal. In this house, 718 Market street, the facilities for obtainingmanufacturing and bottling are greatly increased , and is all done under the m...

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

THE LAST DA¥6 OF THE EXHIBITION OF j WEBER'S PAINTING, , Monastery Madonna dell' Sa?s» . AT THE | ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, CHESTNUT STREET ABOVE 10! H. ja:!0-&t6

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

PU ^f ?i?iSiN ^- "0 ^cSm§CE^-?hY siidersigned, having an experience of fifteen years in the factnre of Cod Liver Oil, has recently, at a large cost, greatly improved " the process of procuring it, and now oners to the public a preparation that for undeviating purity, uniform freshness and superiority of preparation Is unmatched. These results are maintained by the personal .upervision of the proprietor, whose efforts have at once made this Oil the standard of excellence. Physicians and others looking to the attainment of the greatest medicinal efficacy in the shortest time, and thereby obviating indigestion and nausea in the patient, can secure their Jfcrpose by the admin-stration of my Oil. CHARLES W. NOLEN No. 151 North Third street. Sold also by Messrs. JOHN WYETH 4. BHOTHER, Apothecaries, at thBitVtore, No. 1412 Walnut street, above Broad, and by Druggists generally. The Co-partnership existing between JOHN C. BAKER and CHARLES W. NOLEN, under the ttrm name of J©HN O. BAKER * ...

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

BLACK SILKS. BESSON & SON, MOURNING STORE, No. 918 Ciiestnut Street, j Have opened a Hew Stock of the best Makes of QLO&SY and DSiL iSILKS, fiom $1 25 to $4 371-2 ¥, 7"" -. < ' 1 M-M-HK-i-^-^-^-i-H-H-^-^-^-B-B-H-a-^-^-^-^-^-^-B-^-B-l-H-

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

A CAKD. vi The undersigned, after twenty years'; experience with the house of Cornelius k Batter, respectfully eolicitf. the confidence and patronage of his friends and the;pubHc. « The firm with which heis this dajJ associated, is too well known, to need any testimonial from, him; bnt he is warranted in stating, that they have perfected such arrangements at their manufactory and salerooms, as will enable t-em to furnish goods of the best styles and quality aud on the most favorable teims. - "--BE2?J£MI15. THAGKAE-L FH-_.abeij?-i:_s^ Feb. 1, ,1864. ie-2 tuths-12t^

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

_ H.P. & C. E.TA YLOE, Importers and Manufacturers of TOILET SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, No. 641 North Ninth Stra«*. jaS-lm

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

ORPHANS' COTTBT AND EXECUTORY' PERE-rU'ToRY SALES FARMS, CITY PROPERTY. STOCKS, kc, on Tuesday next. See Thomas k Sons' advertisements. . The Paintings, to be sold on Friday, are now arranged for examiuaiion, with catalogues.

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

SECOND JDiTIQN: BY; TELEGBAPH. ~ , JROM WASHINQTON. ^Special Despatch to the Bulletin. 1 ¦Washington, Feb. 4.—The House caucus 'last night resolved that the new EaroUmeut act ahall he adap ted essentiall y as it comes from the Military Committee; and the Conscription act, with slight amendments , is to be put upon its passage as soon as possible. The House Naval Committee commenced examining witnesses this morning in the investigation of the structure of naval : engines. Witnesses from the Navy . Department were examined to-day, and to-morrow witnesseB j frepi Baltimore and Philadelp hia will appear before the committee. j General Biiney-has received Authorit y from the War Department to raise another colored regiment in Maryland and has opened recruiting offices on the Eastern Shore. The Government undoubtedly intends to recruit as many colored soldiers as possible in the Border States.' The Select Committee on a Military and Postal Railroad between New York and "VCashington ...

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

THE DEFA-HMEST OF THE SOUTH. rCorresnoiidence of the N. Y. Herald. I HlLTO-." Head, S. O., Jan. 31, lSttl.— The situation has not materially changed since my lastcommunication. The enemy remain quiescent, so far as offensive operations are concerned. They have fired very few shots, within the past two or three weeks, -although we have steadily maintained a fire on the city. Even when our shells are thrown into Beauregard, Moultrie, Simpkins or any of their batteries, they do riot deign to notice our movements, but .preserve a silence that suggests newplans. They,have for the most part been exceedingly lavish in their expenditure of ammunition, but with meagre results. On Thursday last, however, there was a change in the programme. At daylight our lookout at OummlngB's Point observed the rebels pn the southwest angle of Fort Sumter busily at work, piling np the debris on the shattered parapet, in the form of a battery. Our guns were immediately opened upon them, and Fort Sumter...

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

COMMERCIAL. EKESK D. r-XL & SO-T, STOCK BKOK-t-tS, Ke. 305 WAI HOT 8T-BJSET. SALES OP STOCKS. BEFOBE BOARDS. 200 »h Cat&wLsia pfd 100 ih FultonCo&lCo 6.\_ bio 4-X 60 Bh Cam&Atlantle 100 ah io 7 day» 4-H preferred 2S 100 Eh dob6vn&.in 12% too th- Big Mountain loo »h do b20 ..j* Coal . bio S« JOD-h Phils AErieB 37 As 100 ah do 3 day. S>f 100 ah do 37£ FIRST BOARD. 47.00" OS 6a5-20» 104 ! 100 »h OatawlMa.pfd 700City6s 101 J. bfi _->{ 800 do 104>4 300 ah do blO i-.'J IlCOOCami-Am mtg 100 ah do s30 42 6s 1043. 60 ah do cash 42 3CC0 Lehigh V R Ss 200 sh do bl 'O41 ^, C b55.in 1045. 100 sh do M 42 3"0SchN»vGa'83 S7>_ 300 «h do bio 42 6000 Union Cpl 6s 30 ah PhilaAErieR 37>$ bS 32 300 ah do b30.18 . 'i 4.100 do s_ 200 sh do b30 3SJ4 60 sh Little Sch E 47>. 300 eh do 33 12 sh Beaver Mead 78 100 ah do , 37 a 4 sh Morris CI pfd lwi sh do 3S sb 134 100 ah do b5 3S 32 eh Minehlll R G0J; lug eh do 38 Si to sh ...

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

—^—^—^—P»^—^—_— ——¦——MMIMgia—BBM—^M—¦¦ « PORT OF PHUAOSLPHIA. FEBBUABY " 4 -J-K..1VED THIS U&X. B'ig John Barnard. Jamieson, from Cardenas via Turks Island, laden with salt and sugar, before reported ashore on the point of Cape Henlopen, where .be filled—cargo lost. Was towed up by steam-tug Msjor Brewer ton, to E A Souder «- Co. Schr Oora, Masten, 1 day from Brandy wine, DeL with corn meal to R M Lea. Schr Rachel Jane>Roath, 4 days from New York, withmdse to D S Stetson & Oo. .CLEARED THIS DAY. Bark Charles Edwin , Tibbetts, Pensacola, E A Soulier & Co. Schr Flora A Sawyer, Reed, Boston, Spear, Holtirook & Morse. Correspondence of the Philadelphia-Exchange. LEWES, DHL. Feb 2, IS64. The following vessels are at anchor In the Roadstead : Brigs Anna, from Philadelphia for Barbado«; Maine,fiom New York for Philadelphi.; American Union, from Port Royal for Philadelphia; Eurus, with lumber for Alexandria; Emma, from Philadelphia for Port of ...

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

CITY BULLETIN. ' - A Han d some IiiPRovEMENT.-^Upoh the site of the old Pelletier House, on Walnut-street, between Fourth and Fifth, a handsome building is just receiving its finishing touches. The structure was built for restaurant purposes, and will doubtless meet the demands of the business community in which it is established. The building is four stories in height, 4vith'the first story of fine Pictou stone, andtthe remainder of the "front of pressed brick. The main room on the first floor is 41 by 90 feet, with ceilings and side walls frescoed in elegant st yle. The dining- halls, billiard, rooms , &.C., are upon the most extensive pattern, and provided with every necessary convenience. Messrs. Green & Kelly,for whom the structure was erected will occupy it. The building is ah ornament to the neighborhood. \ Assault cpon an Offices.—CharlesOsborn was arrested last evening in the Fifteenth Ward upon the charge, of having been concerned in a stone fight at ...

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

tsDJ i PHtt_-3EI-P-__A BASKETS, -jru- -Yj'eD. ..— i;nere is more demand for Cloverae>:d and 500 bushels fair anil prime qu.ltty BOfir-at * 8 60©9 ?? 64 fi>B., ahd some from second hands above the lattei quotation. Timothy is firm imd further sales arc reported at *3 62"_@3 75 ?! bushel. Flaxseed 1b unchanged. Sales of 50. bushels at .3 25. Thestock of Quercitron Bark in the Inspector's hands ia about exhausted. We quote No. I at $37 ton. The Flour market, althongh devoid of activity, is very firm. The export demand is.very moderate and the only sales reported are 1C00 barrels Lancaster county extra family at $7 50 ^ barrel, 200 barrels Western at a price not made public,200 barrels extra at *7 12>f and 100 barrels fai-cy at *8- TJhe sales to the retailerB and bakera are limited at yesterday's quotations. In Rye Flour and Cora Meal there^is hardly enough doing to fix quotations and the receipts are trifling. - The demand for Wheat continues moderate at yest...

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

Destructive Fire in Pittsburgh.—A fire broke out on First street, last ni ght, by which the extensive machine shops of Mr. J. Jenks were burned down and a large amount of valuable machinery and property destroyed. ^ The fire Was at first discovered in the second story, and spread with such extraordinary rap idity, that in ten minutes from the time the alarm was given the entire building was enveloped in flames. By the most extraordinary exertions on the part of our firemen the fire was confined to . the building in which it orig inated , but this , together with the greater part of its contents , including a large and valuable collection of patterns, was alrpost wholly destroyed. The foundry, a large frame structure adjoining the shops , escaped , and three or four dwellingin close vicinity to the burning building, thoug h at one time in imminent danger , were also saved from destruction. The burned building was owned b y Mr. John B. Warden, and is partiall y insured. Mr. Jenks's ...

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

The Disnscrios of Color The Tribune's Washington correspondent writes: A colored Major in the United States service summoned as a witness hefore the Court-Martial, of which Col. Willets is President , arriving half an hour after his time , offered as an excuse aw. itten statement, to wit , that dressed in full uniform he entered a car of the Washington and Georgetown Horse Kailroad at the other end of the city to proceed to the Court , and was erpelled therefrom , and compelled to walk , which delayed his arrival. The President , Col. Willetts , promptl y endorsed the statement as an outrage upon the officer and an insult to tho Court, and referred the same to Gen. Martindale, who will imvestigate the matter.

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

A Street of CnuRCUEs.—The Trustees t» the Third Presbyterian Church, whose house of worship, corner of Third and Ferry streets, was destroyed some three months ago by fire, have purchased the large lot of ground , belonging to Anderson ' s heirs , si t uated on" the southeast corner of Sixth street and Cherry Alley. Sixth street , it appears , is the favorite location for churches. Already there are five churches situated within its three squares—Trinity, Cumberland Presbyterian, United German, Second United Presbyterian and Second German Lutheran. The Third Presbyterian church will g ive us six churches within the limits of a short street of less than five hundred yards in length—and all within the Third Ward.—Pittsburgh Commercial.

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

THE LATE AFFAIE IN WESTEEN VIBGI-JIA we learn irom passengers who arrived last evening from New>Creek, some additional particulars in regard to the capture of the train between "New Creek and Petersburg. On Saturday afternoon , about twenty-seven miles from Ne wCreek, at the junction of the Moorefleld and Peter^WSrg roads, a supply train, consisting o- ninety-two six-mule earns w ns atlarVed by the leoi-l-1 .-and the whole train was captured. The --Id Illinois Regiment had come dewn to the junction of the roads for the purpose of guarding the train into Petersburg, and soon after their i-.rrival wure attacked by the rebels with artillery and beaten bask in confusion.] Tho regiment is said to be preity badly cut up. ; The train was accompanied by 5Wi or duo men, most of whom were completely'panic-stricken. The train was regarded as a most valuable one. Most of the men succeeded in making their escape, but the mules and horses, about4()Uin number . the wagons and cont...

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

H EL^ ¦ JTELMBOLD'S •V.- ' -HELMROLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED, " " HIGHLY OONCE- I TRATED, " " ' < * COMPOUND • ¦ ¦: ?' ICOMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUOHTJ FLUID ESTRACT BUOHTJ, A'POSITIVE . ' A POSITIVE 1 AND SPECIFIC REMEDY SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR Non-retention or Incontinence of Urine Iwta. tion, Inflammation or Ulceration of tht Bladder and Kidneys, . Diseases of the Prostrate Gland, Ston» in. the Bladder, Galeulous Gravel or Brickdust ¦ Deposit, All Diseases or .Affections of the Bladder and JQd. neys, And Dropsical Swellings exlstins: in Men, Women or Children. • - Helmbold's Extract Bncbn Helmbold's Extract Buclm For Weakness arising from Habite of Dissipation attended with the following symptonu: ' Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Memory, Difa culry of Breathing, WeakNerves, Trembliaz, Horror of Disease, Dimness ot Vision, Wakefulness, Pain in the BackUml- ' -yersal Lassitude of the Muscular System, Hot Hands, Flu-iiing of the Body, Dryness of tha i . Skin, h ERUPTIONS ON THE...

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

CHARLES STOKES & CO.'S nRST-CLASS "ONE-PRICE" ready MADE CLOTHING STORE , NO 824 CHESTNUT STREET . UNDER THE CONTINENTAL HOTEL . PHILADA. #^ For Coat— /~% ;v Lengthofback % *JL K from base of %jfcm ^_ ^ f . cellar towaist -^-i^^-. iS|" ^^~5F andfromwaUt rf ^ I ^~r»_- Tm /$ \ to end of tail. / 1 £ -JT...3 *? J 13 \ Length of / I T J /j/ C Sleeve (with I \ i i ^ V 3V i J^ axm crooted)} n J / / \\V ' j£-i tfom middle I & i / \ J & mg&iiJ of back he-J B f I TK' if* tween the! g *i^ i *r |1/ shoulders to? I I \ ' "• « " ' ' 'I end °^ cn * T > I f I \ /f j| and around \g „ pi | /\ *z the raoetpro- . J ¦ g! |i s____ ? > mtnent partof J ! §' B ^•j the chest asd *t~ j ' L*««t ^ * V waist. State \ \ I fl m whethererect 1 B I II t or,«tooplHf. I I U I F«r Pant^ \ ] J x j Inside seam, \ f s -i^ Y ___ and outside \ ¦ j ' / *SJSi ~ seam from 4>^fc> _a» .. hip bone arond the waist and hip. For Vest, same ai Coat. A food flt guaranteed. ...

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

NOVELTIES "TN LACE CURTAINS, JBUSLIN CUET4INS AND WINDOW SHADES, I. E. WALRAVEN, SUCCESSOR TO W. H. OABKYL, M ASOI\ IC H.VIiI_, T19 CHESTNUT ST. ja2-tf

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