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

CO-PABTN ERSHIFS. 6T1CE.—1 have this dav sold out my stock and fixtures to HENRY E.TURNER au.i JOSEPH W.AiNE, who will continue tae business under the flrzn nameof TURNERk WAYNE, at the old stand, No. 26 South FOURTH street. Messrs. T. k W. are well and favorably known to my customers, and I respectfully solicit for them a continuance of me patron.ge so liberally bestowed upon me. 1 shall retain a desk in their office for the purpose ot closing up my accouats. W. D.GLENN. Philadelpuia, January 30th, Ie.I. The undersigned have tins dt ay entered into Copartnership, under the firm name of TURNER k WAYNE, for the purpose of transacting business as Importers and Jobbers ol DRUGGrlSTS' SUNDRIES, PERFUMERY, ic, succeeding W. D Gless, whose stock and fixtures they nave purchased. HENRY E. TURNER, JOSEPH WAYNE. Philadelphia, Feb, 1, 1?S1. fel-Gt$ OTICE—The firm of BISHOP, SIMONS k CO. is tnis day dissolved by mutu -1 coasa nt-The lusiness of the firm wil^ be settled by either of theniider...

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

i-TOVES, HEATBBS, «&U- ~ # THOMSON'S LONDON KlTUHElMiat jBk or EUKOPEAN BANGE, for ItaUles, £31 hotels or public institutions ^ TWENTY "SSI DIFFERENT SIZEa Also, PhUadelphia TjT^oW-tfiir Furnaces, Portable Heaters, LwdlwnSSS Fireboard ' Stoves, Bath Belief Stew-hel^Plates ' Broilers, Cooking Stoves, io,, +_ -*7i»w_la and retailby the manufacturers; at wholesale *™.^ sniit PE 4. THOJHSON, aui8-tu ths-6m} No. 2W) North Second street. frCS~ G ~ N ~ A S S. -MO N " m u v - 1- Late Anare -¥S& Dixon, Mo. 13-4 <iHEST-JUT«wetI'nuadBlplua, " Opposite United State* Mint, Manufactnrers oX ¦ - LOWDOWN, PARLOB, CHAMBER" OFFIOlT^ ' AND OTHER GRATES, Sot Anthracite, Bittaniaous and Wood ItrML AXSO, '". ' •' WARM A1B FURNACES' . l"6r ¦ws-rming public and private bntldint*, B.EG1STERS, VENTILATOBS, ;'-,—_. " ¦ . " ASD • '' ¦/. O-OI-CNEY OAPS.I OOO-ONO RANGES,' BATH BdH j EBSi -Mi., WHOIiESAJUE AX9 SBTfilU. ' m%: ' ¦ ¦-'!:

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

G " ET"Y'OUR STAMPi-NT-Tr-EXITlING. EMBROIDERY and Tambourine done at CAMERON'S, 228 North EIGHTH street and ' ' , 508 South SIXTH street.. LadieB' under-clothing in stock and maae to order.. f63-2ai* U.' The Universal IpTing Bed, ^s g?|j^, 5^: ' est and best in use. Hair, Palm «>¦» 5?!* f1 tresses, Feather Beds. <&g*tfggggg&l;, decl-toN} No. south Seventlx Street,

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

MARTIN LEANS, NO* 402 OHESTNTJ1 Street. First Premium awarded, by Franklin IustituU to MARTIN LEANS, Maaufacturer ot MASONIC MARKS, PINS, EMBLEMS*0. New and original designs of Masonic Marks aad Templars' Medals, " Army Medals and Corps Bailees of every description. de3-3mo

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

TRAVELING GUIDE. f_X_ -_SSH____-£T ISM- ARRANGEMENTS OI -MB MP^gSt NEW YORK LINES. 1864 . IThe cAmden and Amboy and Philadelphia and Trenton Bailroad Companies' Lines from- Philadelphia to New York and Way Places. FROM WALNUT STREET WHARF, Will leave as follows, viz: ' -A-I. At 6 A. H., via Camden and- Amboy, O. and A. Accommodation....... .....82 25 At8.A.--H., via. Camden and Jersey City, Morning Express... , 3 84 At 8 A.M., via Camden and Jersey City, 2d ,-ClassTicket 3 25 At 12 M., via"Camden and Amboy, C. and _ A. Accommodation •••• 3 39 At 3 P.M., via Camden and Amboy, Cjand A. ExpreBB... "..... 3 6* At 1 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation (Freight and Passenger) 175 At6, P. M. via Camden and Amboy, Accom- ——modation (Freight and -Passenger), - Is* Class Ticket ' 3 25 3d Class do. 1 50 At7X P. M., via Camden and Amboy Accommodation (Freight and Passenger's) 1st Class Ticket.......;. " ... 3 25 3d Clas do. „..; 1 58 For" Mauch Chunk, Allentown, Bethlehem, Belvider...

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

-; SHIgPHSTQ. &£§&»?££*¥¦ ^E EKLY TO L1VEBaW-W-W- FOOL, touching at y,UEENSTOWR „_»» Harbor)—^The weU-known steamers of the .iverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steamshlj ' oi-pany are intended to sail as follows: .'IT" - ' OF NEW YORK. .Saturday, Feb. 6 EDINBURGH..;... .......Saturday, Feb. 13 CITY OF WASHINGTON.... Saturday, Feb. 20 Ard every succeeding Saturday at Noon, Iron •>ler 44 North River. RATES OF PASSAGE: FAYABLBIH SOLD OB ITS BQUIVALEUT IX OtTX EEKOY. •«t Cabin ......880 Steerage....! 836 (u !st Cabin to London. 65 Do. to London 34 v: ist Cabin to Paris.... 95 Do. to Paris.. 40 oe 1st Cabin to Hamburg 90 Bo. to Hamburg 37 ot Psssengers also forwarded to Havre, Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, kc, at equally low rates. Faksb -raoM Livbepool on Q.u_-_H8TOW_(—first Cabin, 875, 885, 8105. Steerage from Liverpool and Q,ueenstown, 830. Those who wish to lend for their friends can buy tickets here at then rates. For further Information, apply at the C...

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

TRAYELpfG, GUIDE. - ' !-_E.C-_-fl!B£_-K. BEADING RAILROAD. -»aP^!9 GREAT TRUNK LINE FBOM PHILADELPHIA TO THE INTERIOB OF PENNSYLVANIA, THE SCHUYLKILL, SUSQUEHANNA, CUMBER- -r LANS AND WYOMING "VALLEYS, THB KORTH, N0RTHWEST AND THE OANABAS PASSENGER TRAINS Leave the Company's Depot, THIRTEENT and CALLOWHILL streets, Philadelphia, atth* following hours: MORNING MAIL, At 8.15 A. M., for Reading, Lebanon, Harmburg, . Pottsville, Pinegrove, Tamaqna, Snnbnry, WlUiamsportElmlra, Roehester, NiagaraFaUs, Buffalo, Allentown, Wilkesbarre, Pittsten, York, Carlisle, Chambersbnrg, Hagerstown, kc, kc. This train connects at READING with the East Pennsylvania Bailroad trains for Allentown, kc., and with the Lebanon Valley train for Harrisburg, ate.: at PORT CLINTON with Catawissa Railroad trains ifor Wilkesbarre, Wi-ltamspor*, Lock Haven, Elmira. kc; at HARRISBURG with Northern^jentral, Cumberland Valley, and Schuylkill and Susquehanna trains, for Northumberland, Williamsport, York, Ohambersb...

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

¦ '" \.\ ' mstnB-_-NOEii w -T^T-^i? MUTUAL SAFETY INSUi-/RANCE COMPANY.— i£^Rvl%Vl? tke ---gislature of Pennsylvanla, fes^e^kgafe ' l^6 ^111 ^-^^- ON VESSELstf^ ^SURANOE FLIGHT, P 01111 *"* of the world. . , _-_ :. INLAND INSURANCES On Goods, by River, Canal, Lake and Land Carriag ?iJfeaU P3 ** 8 ojf *ke Uuion ™^ ^ FIRE INSURANCES On Merchandise generally, , On Stores. Dwelling Houses, kc ASSETS OF THE COMPANY Nov-atBB-t 1, 1863 8100,000 United States 5 per cent Loan *97 oon ne _f. ' i: •perctLoan5-20sS 7l§oo_o 20,000 «« ¦ »i i* 1831 _ " _ /him -n 50,000 « 7 3-10prctTrNts 5-1250 00 100,000 State of Fenna. 5 per cent Loan 100,997 50 54,000 " - 9 per cent <« 57,880 00 123,050 Philadelphia Olty 6 per ct Loan 127,52a 00 30,000 State of Tennessee 5 Der ct Loan 15,000 00 30,000 Pennsylvania Railroad flm mortgage 6-percent, bonds.. 22,300 80,000 Pennsylvania Railroad second mortgage 6-per cent.bonds.. 53,250 15,000 300 shares stock Germantown Gas Company, principal and , . int...

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

:.: . __NSURAN0E. ^ i: ' ' ' ': AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY, WALNUT street, Southeast correr of Fourth. STATEMENT FOR YEAR ENDING DEOElffi-BER 31, 1863. Premiums received. :. ..$162,670 24 Inlerest 38,07720-Rents .2,08117 . —— 8203,355 61 DISBURSEMENTS. ^^ Life Losses, kc paid, amounting to 62,136 18 Commissions, Traveling . " . ' ' Agents and expenses of " Agencies ..- .......: 27,838 22 BonusCei iif.ca.es purchased and Livid, nds paid 25,759 62 Salaries and Medical Examinations. .. ' ........' 10,0.7/00 Real Estate Taxes, kc 1,367 69 ' - Ret urn Premiums on Policies bought 7,876 34 Printing, Advertising, Sta- ' tiontry, Stamps, Ac . 7,64166 —— 142,566 71 .-.-- ASSETS. f'C0 '«i0U. S. S.20Lo-n.:,.........6sj . -tWSbaies. Pennsylvania Ttailroad L- 810,100 Wyoming Canal Bonds 6s v S.O.CHO State ofTennessee Bonds 5s 810, COO Philadelphia and Erie Rriiroad Bonds....;.. .......6s .C 442 Shares Corn Exchange Bank -/ \ " " Stock...; ...I.."' ..... Y Sio. ooOPitt-lsw-g...

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

_ LIFE I^SUBANOE. 1 THE MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, . Accumulation nearly .....82,000,000. Total Losses Paid 850,000. Dividends made over 700,000. PHILADELPHIA BRANCH OFFICE, Ne. 41S WALNUTTStreet, JAMES B. CARR, Agent and Attorney. This Companv otters superior inducements to persons desiring ' to ettectan insurance upon their lives, giving to those who desire the privilege of settling their premiums, annually, semi-annually or quarterly, t The 1 ate-; are lower than most Companies offer, and the insured are participators in the profits. The business of the Company is devoted -exclusively to the insurance of lives. It is prompt in the payment of its losses.. Any information upon the subject will be cheerfully given by the AGENT, together with all necessary Books and Tables upon the subject. LOCAL BOARD OF REFERENCE. Bt. Rev! Alonzo Potter. Keen * Coates. D. D. = " ' Thos. Robins, Esq. Rt. Rev. W.B. Stevens. Clem. Tiifeley, Esq, D. D. - A. W. Little, Esq. Hon....

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

1 £ \J> • - ¦¦ ¦• ¦ " ' ¦¦¦ • ¦ -¦ •" • • ¦ TRAVELING GUIDE. JS* SSKS^-I-EJ W i-S'i J- K,S. - _t-----Jt-U--.U feB>"I^S" l"VBJ— Running time, of trains, com. mencwg .FRIDAY, Jan. 1, 1864. ^ROM WALNUT STREET WHARF. For Cape May at 9 A. M. Returning at 6 A. M. ForMilleville, kc, at9 A M. ahe.3P. M. I£eturEing at 8 09 A- M. and 110 P. M. ForBridgeton, kc, ato A. M. ' and-4 P. M. Be"- turning at 6.30 A. M. and 130 P. M. " For Salem, kc, at 9 A. M. and 3 andi4 P. M. r eturning at 4 and 8 A. M. and 110-p. M. For jp* -nr*, kc, at 9 A. M. and 3, 4 and 6 P. M. Returning at 7.00, 7.48, 9.38 A. M. and 2 45P.M. ^ J. VAN RENSSELAER, Superintendent., SALEM RAILROAD. - Running - --r oi trains, commencing FRIDAY, Jan. 1, 1864. , . Jrom Walnut Street Wharf at 9 A M. and 3 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. Apply to MORTON MILLS, Agent, 2d Covered Pier above Walnutst. J. VAN RENSSELAER, Superintendent. OAPE M...

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

-^^^ A FRIEND IN NEED-TRY IT.-DR . SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT ia Srepared from the recipe bf Dr. Stephen Sweet, oi ionnecticnt, the great bone setter, and has been used in his practice for tie last twenty years with the most astonishing succesB. As an external remedy it is without a rival, and will alleviati pain more speedily than any other preparation. For all Rheumatic and Nervous Disorders it Is truly lnfa-ible, and as a curative for Sores, Wounds, ' Sprains, Bruises, ,fcc, its soothing, healing and powerful strengthening propertiesj excite the jujt wonder and astonishment of all who Jiave ever given it a trial. Over four hundred certificates of remarkable cures, performei ) by it within the last two year 1, attest this' fact Sold everywhere.- .1- - - mlO-ly AYLOR'S ARNICA OIL OR EMBROOATION.—A reliable article. Positively cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Sprains. Frosted Feet, Chiliblains, PuIds in the Limbs, Cnest, Side Bank., For sale by the Proprietor, H. B. TAYLOR, Tenth...

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

MKBIOAL. ESTLA CK'S DIPHTHERIA LOZENGES.-These Lozenges are a safe and speedy cure for Diphtheria, Coughs, St re Throat, Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections generally. Try them. THOMAS ESTLAOK, Jr., Druggist, S. W. cor. oi Eighteenth and Market sts., Phila. ja28-3m} TjiLECTRIOITY.— WHAT S IS LIFE WITHOUT HEALTH. Messrs. GRIM-and ALLEN, Medical Electrtclans, formerly associated with Professor Bollet and Galloway, having dissolved partnership, the practice will ne continued by THOS. ALLEN, at the old established office, No. 723 North.TENTH Street, between Coatee and Brown where he will still treat and cure all curable diseases (whether acnte, chronic, Pulmonary or Paralytic, without a shock or any pain,) with tha-various modifications of Electricity and Galvanism. This treatment has been found remarkably successful In all cases of Bronchitis, Diphtheria, and other.diseases of the throat and respiratory organs. A few of the diseases in which successful cure* have been made are me...

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

FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY—THE PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY—Incorporated 1S25—Charter Perpetual—No. 510 WALNUT Street, opposite Inde. pendence Square. This Company, favorably known to the1 community for nearly forty years, continues to insure against loss or damage by fire, on Public or Private Bnildings, either permanently or fora limited time. Also, oh Furniture, Stocksof Goods and Merchandise generally, on liberal terms. Their Capital, together with a large Surplus Fund is invested in the most careful manner, which enables them to offer to the Insured an undoubted security in the case of loss. DIRECTORS. Jonathan Patterson, I Thomas Robins, . Alexander Benson, J Daniel Smith, Jr., William Monteltus, I John DevereuXj Isaac Hazlehurst, | -Thomas Smith. Henry Lewis, JONATHAN PATTERSON, President William G. Ceowkll, Secretary. JEFFERSON FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.-Office Northnast corner of THIRD and BUTTONWOOD streets (late Tammany). Incorporated by the Legislat...

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

i^kPAL DENTALLINA. A -TinuriAT nnii'ln fnr ^taa..tns- th* 'P-s.s.h H___ -trovlng animalcule which Infest them, glvl-n tone to the gums, and leaving a feeling of fragrance and perfect cleanliness in the mouth. I' may be used daily, and will be found to strengthex weak and bleeding gums, while the aroma and detersiveness will recommend It to every one. Being composed with the assistance of the Dentist, Physician, and Microscoptst, it Is confideutl) offered as aRELIABLE substitute for the uncertain Washes formerly in vogue. Eminent Dentists, acyur.inued with the constlts. •ntsc-f the DENTALLINA, advocate lis uses: 11 con-alns nothing to pie vent Its unrestrained «mpioyment Made only by JAMES T. SHINN, ADpUiecary. BROAD and SPRUCE Stnsu For sale by Dru^glstx generally, and Fred. Brown, D. L. Stackhouss. Hassard k Co., Robert C. Davli, G. R. Kwoy, Geo. C. Bowers, Isaac H. Kay, Charles Shivers, O. H. Needles, IS. J. Scattergood, T. J. Husband, J. O. Turnpenny, k Co Ambrose Smith, Ch...

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

MA N H O O D ADD THB VIGOR OF YOUTH RESTORED IV VOVR WKKKS, BY dr: ricord's essence of lifei Dr. Ricord, of Paris, after years of earnest solicitation, has at length acceded to the urgent request of the American public, and 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 sonstitntions. whether arising from excesses, the effects'of climate, or natural canses. The timo required to care the most inveterate case is four weeks: -anc1 , if used according to printed instructions, which are very simple, failure is impossible. This life-restoring remedy should betaken by all about to marry, as its effects are permanent. It is acknowledged by the medical press to be ths greatest discovery ever made. Its developing powers are miraculous. Success, in every case, is as certain as that science overthrows ignorance. Dr. Ricord's Essence of Life is sold in cases, with f«II instructions...

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

tT^LECTRICITY. } JliWONDERFUL DISCOVERY ahe WOK-} I.ERFUL RESULTS. ? All acute and chronic diseases cured by spo-}cial guarantee, when desired bv the patient, at (1220 WALNUT street, Philadelphia, and in 1 case of a failure no charge is .made. No drug-} ging the system with uncertain medical agents. / All cures performed by Magnetism, Galvanism I or other mcHlirications of Electricity, without } shocks or any nnpletusant sensation. For fur-/ ther information send} and get a pamphlet, I which .contains liundreUs of certificate- , from ? some of the most, reliable men in Phili-delpHia, f who have been speedily and perinanejo-ly ( cured after all other treatment from medical {men had tailed. Over eight.thousand cured u. /less than four years, al 1220 ' WALNUT street ( N. B. — Medical men and others who desire a } knowledge of my new discovery, .can com-( mence a full course of lectures at any time. i Prof. BOLLES has qualified overoue thousand < physicians, who use Electricity...

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

ML _gKfc»w-a OFFICE OF THE ADAMS ,,. _ .-_SB_55i8S EXPRESS COMPANY, 329 rai » STBEET, Philadelphia, January The Adams Express Company haying enlarged ihelr facilities at Washington, D. O;, by huilding & Railroad depot, and having acquired additional capacity for traneportution , are now prepared to forward Heavy Express freights, -Packages ani Parcels, to Washington , Georgetown, Alexandria, Annapolis, Frederick, Adamstown, " Fortress Monroe, and other places South, occupied by ths army, at greatly reduced rates. Special -agreements made for- mershattdize In large lota. Sutlers' goods and army Inpplies at •attefactory prices, on application at bur office. Soldiers' parcels taken at much less than our usual rates. . - - ;. .Heavy and bulky packages received and receipted for at our depot, Southeast corner of BROAD and LOCUST Streets .27 JOHN BINGHAM, Superintendent. .

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

CABFETI^ftS , m... ; ; CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS,AND DBCG-j GETS, WILTON, ] VELVET, ' . thrI| E ply,o V OABP-rrikGS. INGR-feN. _ I VENETIAJfT, 'HALL and I OTAIR, J ' > _ . AH at the lowest cash P£<f ^J^^goW --a-, EOTCbe-i-rat-twrt.

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

, ' DIRECTORS. 1 Geor-eEretv, Henry GerkeT, ¦ ¦* - A-a-StO..Miller, .., ChristopherH. Miller. - JohnF. Belsterling,: Frederickbtaake, ; Hehiy Troomner, .. " .. - Jonas Bowmanv William McDaniel, : ,: Frederick Doll. . . JocebNnllet , - ¦ ,, - , ¦ :- ': Ja0°t>schandter, ' acoTKeBlut_,JCr:. . ^StephenSmith, v- p ~ • Samuel Miller. GEORGE ERETY, President. JOHN F- BELSTERLING, Vice President. Philip E. Colbhan, Secretary. al2-U

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