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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

-; -u -.: i-' :¦ ' : AUCTION. P-A'LK&;. -, ^ , . .;, JAMESrvA;- FREEMAft, AUVTZQZiSZS «o.«eWALNTTTstreet, abov»Fourth. "'" ~ mr -r-,^ STOCKS. ¦¦¦>• ¦ - ¦ .. -;¦ a- :;.. " « ' t io ^ i ^EPNESDAY, FES. 10, 'vl¥2i^i^oon-atthfExcharfB- A* Township Sale-»»o shares stock Bant of Penn 16 shares stock . Spring Garden Insurance Co. SEAL ESTATE SALE , FEB 10, 161 This sole will include— ' lu ' leM-2D AND COLUMBIA AVENUE-^A three st" ,r >" bricrtouse, lager b^ersaloon a^Tdweliinl' 181eetby\y«, feet; well built house?with bath room ran|ef bath ' s, gas, ,&c. 866 ' ground rtnt. Sale by order of Heirs-Estate of B«ba^ P^St 737 S. THIRD ST—A twostory brick honia. below Monroe st, 12 feet front. Sfet(ie 'SZ H feet 9 inch alley. Oiphans' Court ^ Sile-Estate of Robert McPherson, dec' d ^e-Estate CARPENTER ST., AB0A^E 17TH-A iot-of ground, above 17th st, 18by 129 feet 8 inches to Monti o^ s t, on which Is li siiiall houses Ko. 1716 S22 st) ground rent. Orphans' Cou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

If MEDICAL.. ' • ' .!! TjiSTLACK'S DIPHTHERIA LOZENGIIIS.-Jlj Tlsese Lozenges are a safe aud speedy cure for Diphtheria, Loughs, S.reTbroat , Hoarseness and Ribiichial Affections generally. Try them. TJttOMAS ESTLAOK, Jr., Drn " ggis^ S. W. cor. of Eighteenth imd Market sts., phila. . . . ja2B-5m} TOJEQTEIOIXS'. . ^- ~^ WHAT IS LIFE W1THOTJI HEALTH. " Messrs. GRIM and ALLEN, / ^~ ^ Medical Electricians, formerly associated with ' Professor Boilet and Gallowiv, having dissolved partnership, the jractice wili ' ire continued by THOS. ALLEN, at the old established office, No. 723 North TENTH Street, Detweec Cortes and Brown where he will still treat<arid cure allcnrable diseases (whether acute, chronic; Pulmonarjrer, Paralytic, withoui a shock or.any pain,) with the various modifications of Electricity and Galvanism. This treatment has »een found remarkably successful iu at! casesof Bronchitis, Diphtheria; " and other, disease* of the throat and respiratory organs. A few o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

BY JUHN B M. YERSiOO AUCTIONEERS, Sn. -«a and 23% MARKET street corner of Bar*. FIRST LA1.GE SALE OF DRY GOODS FOR TBE SPRING OF 1864-Our Firs'. Sale ot Spring Dry Goods for 1861 will be hfld - ON THURSDAY MORNING, FEB. 4, by catakcue. on FOUR MONTHS' CREDIT and part for cash, embracir.g about-575 Packages and ¦Lots of British. French. German and American Dry Gcocs, comprising cottons, linens, worsteds, woolfns and silks, which may be examined early on ib. morning of sale, when dealers will find it to their inii-rest to aitend. LAF.OE SALE OF LINEN GOODS, &c. Inclnoi'd in onr sale of Spiing Dry Goods, on THURSDAY", 4thinst., will be tonnd—337 pieces linen canvass and paddings. 4Wipieci's linen crash. 4i 8 pieces damask table cloths, Sxl5-4. :-25 pi< ces damask najikms and uvwels. Alto, bleached and brown table damask. Also, 825 do2en linen cambric hdkfs, in great varietv, in ccrdtd bordeied and hemmed. V-LLVET RIBBONS. . Also, a full'assortment of black silk velvet ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

BY THOMAS BIRCH* S CJN,/? Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, / No. S14 CHESTNUT street, above Nlntb / Thomos Bfrcn 4 Son will give their personal attention to the sale of Furniture at the resldenotc Of those about breaking ud housekeeping.or removing. - Also, bold sales ' of' fnrnitnre every FRIDAY MORNING, at 9 o'clock, at Uulr spacious Warerooms.' No. 914 Chestnut street. - OSES NATHANS, AUCTIONEER AHD COMMISSION MERCHANT, Southeast corner SIXTH and RACE Btreets. WATCHES-WATCHES-WATCHEg. - At private sale, upwards of 2000 gold and sllT«r watches, at half the nsnal selling, prices. \ WatclJmakers, dealers and private pnTchasars •will da ^rell by calling at the S. E. corner of Sixth and ' Race streets. » . AT PRIVATE SALE. «\ • -.-, S8 Peters's Phuadelphia cases EngU&b ratent Lever Watches, of the most approved a»d but makers; some of them have five pairs extra jewelaf and very fine and high cost movements. IX ap-Slied for lmmediately _ they can he had singly, « le le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

BEimSYXVAHIA LEGISLAXUEE. V •HAitKisurno, *eo. l. EorSE.—The Hente met at 7#o' clocktms evenin;?. Mr. Smith and Mr. Kerns presented petitions fro*n citizens of the.Twenty-second Ward, Philidelijibia, tor the paisage of a bill relieving them of their pns^nt Select Councilman. . Mr. Spantlersuljmitteci aresolution that the Judiciai'y Committee be instructed to'inquire into the expeoiencv of framing aim ' reporting a general law by which corporate authorities may at any t;me aisess and collect bounties lor volunteers ' . Passed. " Mr. Lilly submitted the following: Eescltcd, That the Cominitteeof Ways and Means is hereby instructed-to'inquire into the propriety ol abolishing the otlice of Surve . vorGeneritl, auu transferring the duties of this office to some other department or bui can, to report by bill or other wise Lost, 30 to 30. An act'for payment of expenses for Transportation mid Telegraph Department, and to view a fif»y feet wide street in Hclmesbnrg, no win Twenty.third...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

X-AAM A FRIEND IK NEED—TRY IT.—DR . SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT It prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, ol Connecticut; the great bone setter, and has been used in his practice for the last twonty years witn the most astonishing success. As an external remedy it is without a rival, and will alleviatt pain more speedily than any other preparation. For all Rheumatic, and Nervous Disorders it i» truly lnfalible, and as a curative for Sores, Wounds; Sprains, Bruises, tc, its soothing, healing and powerful strengthening properties, •xcite the just wonder and astonishment of all who have ever given It a trial. Over four hundred certificates, of remarkable cures, performed by it within the last two years, attest this fact Sold everywhere. mlfl-*y AYLOR'S ARNICA OIL OR EMBROOATION.— A reliable article. Positively curej Rheumatism, Neuralgia and Sprains, Frosted Feet, Chillblains, Pains in the Limbs, Chest, Sid« Bask. For sale by the Proprietor, H. B. TAYLOR, Tenth and Callbw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

~ . COAL. COAL.— KUHN i HILLER, F'AMILY tOAL OFFICE, No. 120 Sonth FOURTH Street (NoTthwest corner Fourth and Library streets), Philadelphia. Coal selected from the best Mines for Family TTse, at the lowest market prices. »=?" Prompt attention to Orders,, and speedy Delivery. Also, A gents for PHILADELPHIA and BOSTON ICE. Families, Hotels and Offices supplied at the lowestmaiket prices. ja29^-rgT7 OAL—SUGAR LOAF, BEAVER MKADOW and Spring Mountain Lehigh Coalisand best Looust Mountain from SchuylkULjprepared expressly for family nBe. Depot, N. W. cornel EIGHTH and WILLOW streets. Office, No. 1H South SECOND street. , mhB7 ~ J. WALTON k CO. 8. MABOH BIKES. JOHN P. BESAFK ^ THE UNDERSIGNED INVITE ATTENTION to their stock of Buck Mountain Company's Coal, 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, FranklU. Institute Building, SEVENTH street,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

LIQUORS, &C. BAY RUM Pure Bay Kum, imported dire-t from tt. Thomas, W. I., in bottle and for sale by GEORG E ALKIN'S, 10 and 12 South Delaware Avenue. iS ja-'U SaiUKY WINE.—Ainontlllada Sherry of superior quality, in cas^s 1 dozen each, ou consignment aid for sale by GEORGE'ALKINS. 10 and 12 South Delaware ave-ave. COTCH WHISKEY In cases of one doxen each, on consignment t'nd for sale by GEO. Al KIN>, 10 and 2 Sou'h Delawareav-une. XTRA SPARKLING CHAMPAGNE Cl-DER, af wholesale. Grocers and shipper! invited to examine* P. J. JORDAN. 220 Peai street, below Third and Walnut streets. not F. DUNTON, T~ . 149 South Front street, above Walnut. Agency of ORUSOEand CAMPELLSHERR1ES. ERNEST IRROY & CO.' S CHAMPAGNES, Golden Star BTand, Ay Grand Mousseux, BRANDIES, PORTS and MADEIRAS. anil SUTLERS and SHIPPERS, ATTENTION. - CHAMPAGNE CIDER, warranted, now in fine order for Shipping. For sale, wholesale only. at 220 Pear at., below Third and Walnut sts. . nc4 £ A A barre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

. STOVES,; HEATERS, &C. . THOMSON'S LONDON KITCHENEB ^W or EUROPEAN RANGE, for families, SSt% h9telsor public institution a, in TWENTY •Ec DIFFERENT SIZES. Also, Philadelphia Ranges, Hot-air Furnaces, Portable Heaters, Lowdown Gratesr Fireboard Stoves, Bath Boilers, Stew-hole Plates, Broilers, Cooking Stoves; fcc, at%holesale and retail, by the manufacturers. CHASE, SHARPE & THOMSON, auie-tu th s-6m$ No. 800 North Second street. TH O M A S S. D I X ON, : 1 Late Andrews A; Dixon, Kc. 1324 CHESTN UT street, Philadelphia, ' Opposite TJnited States Mint, x Manufacturers of LOWDOWN, PARLOR, CHAMBER, % . OFFICE, - - V ¦^ ¦ ¦ t AND OTHER GRS.TES, *"tjr AEittracitc, Bituminous and Wood FlJW «. ALSO, \ . WARM AIR FURNACES, \ *OT ¦S5J3?iIlK public and private bnildini*, . KSG-IfeTERS, VENTILATORS, ^v . AJtD . - >. CHIMNEY CAPS, COOKING RANGES, BATH BOILERS, Ac WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. vat.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

— JI±Lm ™TAW^. tate oi M uarnatxa' uuuift e>alju.—B^ WILLIAM.SCHOTT, deo'd. THOMAS * SONS, Auctioneers; Pursuant to an Order of the Orphai s' Crfutt lor the City and County of Philadelphia, xfill besbld atpub ' licsale. onTUESDAY, February 9th,.18G4, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Philadelphia Exchange, the following described property, later e* WILLIAM SCHOTT, dee'd, viz: All thatfBar-a'ory brlckmessuage, with threestory back buildings and lot of ground south side of WALNUT street, 95 feeteast of Sixteenth street; containg in front oh Walnut street 22 feet, more or less, and extending in depth southward 120 feet, then narrowing, by an offset on the east side thereof, to 19 feet, and extending furthei, of that reduced width, 20 feet, making the entire depth 140 feet, together with the free use and privilege of a 3 feat alley leading into Vau' ghan street. ByT.be Court, WMj.C. STEVENSON, Clerk O. C. GUY BRYAN SCHOTT. Admtnist'r. Mi THOMAS * SONS, Auctioneers, ja27-l»2.8 . 13...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

TOBACCO AND SEGAJBS. HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO:—50 bales tsuperior quality, for sale, by ¦& ' -S.. MERINO, ]a2Sg3t* r 110 Soyth Front street. KENTUCKY TOBACCO.—Dark heavy Kentucky Tobacco, suitable for shipping, in store and for sale by GEORGE ALKINS, 10 and 12 South Delaware avenue jalS PENNSYLVANIA . SEED LEAF TOBACCO " . —114 Cases Pennsylvania Seed Leaf Tobacco, Wrappers and Fillers, and Old Cavendish'for sale by GEORGE ALKIN'S, 10 and 12 . South Delaware Avenue. ja23 IRGINIA MANUFACTURED TOli.'.OCOTHE FIRST ARRIVAL S . INCE THE WAB BROKE OUTr^35 boxes superior sweet lnmpi j^jst received from Norfollt, now landing front •chooner Florence, and for sale by THOMAS WEBSTER, Jb., - General Agent Union Steamship Company, - 14 North Delaware avenue.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

PIANOS, &C. (l¥^p ^o KoitSE iW f FOURTH Street, PHILADELPHIA. Gonpe & Kindt's celebrated Pianos, Steck' s and Others. Also , Second-hand Pianos for sale, thirty per cent, cheaper than dowa town. All Pianos warranted for five years. Country dealers are requested to call anoj>*- amine the assortment. -, noll-3m} •s^MiHiH mttDHmHnmBaaa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

MARTIN LEANS, NO. 402 OHESTNU7 Street, "'•.. ¦ ,.. ¦¦¦ First Premium awaidedhy Franklin InstituM to MARTIN LEANS; Manufacturer ol MASONIO MARKS, PI«S, EMBLEMS, 40 New and original designs of'Masonic Marks and, Templars* Medals, Army Medale and Corps. Badges of every description ' ;.. ... p-tna^lmo TTtOR SALE. —300 Tone Key West Stone, «x sbipi JJ New England. For terms appjy to PETE>h WRIGHT & SONS. U» Walaat itreetV : .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

AEMY eOlTXEACTS AWABDED. The folloxving a. my contracts were awaTded yesterday atthe armvclothingandequipageoftice: Jos. F. Page, 5,000 cavalry trowsers, at §165, army standard. , Jos F. Page, 10,000 cavalry trowsers, at 81 75„ army standard. Jos. F. Page, 25 000 cavalry tro-wsers, at Si 85, army standard. - Henry Wilson, 400 pounds white machine thread, No. 70, at 82 92 per ' ponnd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

(JtSS&M/ .CARRIAGE MAKERS, 18^gc£ J. LEITENBERGER i SON> 607 PINE STREET. fel Sin TJR1VY WELLS.-^OWNERS OF PROPEBi TY.^-The: only place to get Privy Welle Cleansed and disinfected at very low prices. "' .- '¦' ,: , - A.-PEYSSONt Manufacturer of Poudrette, my 1-1» ' Goldsmith' • HaU, Library ><TM

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

CHOCOLATE. —WALTER BAKER * CO.'S Chocolate: Cocoa and Broma; single, doubK and triple Vanina; also, Grid Cocoa and Cocoa Shells, In store and for sale by WM. & G-BANT, 126 South Delaware Wharvw.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

bppEli AND VELLOW MKTAL SHEATH ING, Braziers Copper, Nails, Bolts and Ingot Conner, constantly • on hand, - and for sale by HEHBY 'WIKSOB * CO., 328 South Wbarrae ,!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

ATHK.—A cargo oT600,000 fc*i saj fs by E. A SOCPER* OO.^I }oclt«twMwhart. \^>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

YOU HAVE PROMISEDYOTJB CARTE DE "VISITEand you have alwavs neglected io have it taken. Go5to BEIMER S, SECOYD street, above Green, and get a beautiful, Life-like style. . - . ¦ . SARDINE OPENERS AND SHEARS of several patterns, Champagne Openers and a variety of Corkscrewe, are for sale by TRUMAN & SHAW, No. 835 (Eight Thirty-five) MarUet street, below Ninth. PICTUBE GALL.EKY!— THE LIFE-SIZE PHOTOGBAPHS, in oil colors, execute.l by B. F. BEIMEB, 644 ABOH street, are attracting the attention of all great con..oiesears in art. c POK.ESHAVES DBAWING KNIVES, t^ Broad and Hand Axes, Braces and Bitts. Chisels and Gouges, and a general assortment of ToolF, forsaleStTKUMAN & SHAW'S, No. 335 (Eight Thirty-fjve) Market street, below Ninth. LuVELY'-STX^E OF PICTURE FOR IiADIES!—You cannot think how-charming yon would look taken inmimitable IVORY TYPE, at B. F. BEIMER'S Gallery; 634 AROtt street. (h Tfkfc EWARD—LOST. —A Brown Setter Bitch; cOJLVName and address on collar. The a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

OUR VETERANS. The unanimity with which the veterans of the Union service are re-enlisting, must be disheartening in the extreme to the traitors and their sympathizing friends. In the majority of the regiments there is scarcely a dissenting voice, while inothers the heroes have marched in unbroken line to the recruiting officer, and re-affirmed their devotion to the Union. While in the North the ambition of the soldiers is to remain in the service, in the South their most exalted aspiration appears to be to get out of it. Now and then we hear of some miserable individual, clothed in the United States uniform, proving recreant to his obligation and deserting his colors; but we have yet to record the departure of a Union soldier from his regiment to unite his fortunes with those of ..the band of half-starved traitors, who form the Southern army. One of the principal- reasons why this difference exists is. the fact that our military organizations, almost without exception, are compose...

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