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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

AMUSEMENTS. uratobio of THE ubeation as large numbers of persons were unable to obtain admission to the Academy last evening to witness the performance of the Oratorio of the Mestiah by the Haniiel and Haydn Society, at the request ot the Christian CrmmissioK, they will give another performance, when Haydn's Oratorio ot ibe-Creation will be produced. The sale of reserved.seats begins on Tuesday. ; The Chestnut—The ' 'Ticket-of-Leave Mnn '' meets with unexampled success. It is v> ell put upon the stage, and the scenery is remarkably beautiful and appropriate. : The Abch was crowded last night with a fashionable and appreciative audience. To-night Miss Charlotte Thompson will again appear as Little Barefoot. Tbe Walnut.—Lucille "Western continues to fill the house nightly. "East Ljnne ' • appears to increase its attractions every evening that it is performed. Morris Minbtr-uxs. . —This celebrated troupe will inaugurate a short season at Concert Hall on Monday evening. Sia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

aiib memorial to A TOIF0BM CTTKEENCY. . renewing uougretB uas aucmxj been signed by nearly all the leading business firms of this city, and copies will be left at the Merchants' Exchange and other public places for additional signatures: "•We ,i Merchants of Philadelphia and Citizens of Pennsylvania , who subscribe our names below, respectfully atk the United States Senators and Memhers of Congress, now assembled at Washing, ton, to paES a law at this particular period of our Nation's greatness , when the Government is about to control the Currency of the Country; to tax the circulation of all Banks chartered by State Legislatures, to such an extent as will compel them to call in all their issue, so that the Country Shall have nothing but National Legal Tender CtrnKENCT, for all debts, public and private, exctpt-duties on Imports and Interest on the Public Debt. "Already the notes of National Banks , indiiTerent localities,' are quoted at % to-# per cent, discount, which is li...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

Abb-est on* Coax Thieves.^Special office**- J. S. Aaron and O.D. Hrsshave just completed the -.rrestof thirty coal lhieves' m . Bridgeport, oppisite Norristo-scn, and immediate Ticinlty, all o! whom have for many years, it is said, been carrying on ah extensive system of theft from cars belonging to the Reading Railroad Company. It is stated that this Company has been paying 830, Wl) yearlyforcoal stolen along the line of their road, and-while still nhder their protection. Gold th Berks Cobhtt.—Considerable excitement prevails in Kntztown and ticinity on acconutof a gold discovery in Maxatawny township, several miles from Kntztown, near Eagle Point, on land of IKr. ltavid Gift.. The ore resembles the California ore in every point except richness, and comes very near it in this respect. The ore is mixed np wiih the soil, and a veiirhas been dng out as big as a man's arm.—AUentown Democrat.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

NOVELTIES m LACE CUETAINS, EIUSLIN CURTAINS AND WINDOW SHADES. I.E.WALBAVEN, SUCCESSOR TO W. H. CABBTL, MASONIC HAIJi, 719 CHESTNUT ST. jaa-tf

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

_ £-7 Fourth and Arjch Y ARE OPENING FOR SPRING SALES 18M, Magnificent Organdies, De Percales and Chintzes, 68 Pieces Fancy Silks, ICO do Good Black Silks, Fine Plaid Silks, Ordered Poult de Soies, Shawls. New Styles, Standard Sheetings, ^j. Household Goods, Best Gloves Only e fe2.tnth s m -w & «$

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

REMOVAL. BENNERS & BOLTON HAVE EEMOVED T0 THE SECOND STORY OF No. 322 Chestnut Street. And offer to the Trade generally an ENTIRELY FRESH LINE OF White Goods, Lace Goods, and Embroideries, Of Improved Make and finish, Of their own direct importation, selected on-person in the different markets of GBEAT BRITAIN AND I"REL\ND.j30-tJ

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

EXCHANGE ON EUROPE. BANKERS' BTTTiS DRAWN ON Brown, Brothers & Co., London. N. M. Rothschild & Sons, London; Baring* Brothers & Co., London, IN SUMS TO SUIT . For Gold or Currency. AT BEST PRICES.: FOK SALE BY M. SCHULTZ & CO., No. 16 SOUTH THIRD STREET. ocS-Tnt-b&sa fimo . __ -»^-^>»^-»_^»_ *s_*i^*n^^i^-^.^

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

SEN AT, BROS. & CO. 214 CHESTNUT Street, opposite Strawberry St., Importers of WHITE GOODS. Offer a. complete a-^sortment ot Jaconets,Cambrics, Checks, Victoria LamiF, Nainsooks, Swiss Molls, India Book, India Mull and other Muslins of our usual make ar>d finish. ialo-tf«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

SPECIAL NOTICE3. rvT==" ' UN l-ThlU ^ i' A T E a IkFcOLORED TEOOPS. The following contributions are acknow. ledeed by the Supervisory Committee for recruiting Colored Regiments for the United States Army: . Thomas Mott, $1,000 00 O. Sherman lc Son, 100 00 Abm Barker, 500 00 Chas G-. Sower, 100 00 ¦n N 300 00 Geo. E. Taylor, 200 00 Sam'l.L. White, 500 00 Stuart & Bro., 500 00 T? W. Clark & Ph. J. Aubin, 12s 00 ¦^ Co., - ^- 500 O0 Wm C. Kent, 100 00 Wm. Still, . i 25 0i. Work, McCouch, CaTh, 500 00 &Co.. 100 00 H O Lea 5011 00 W. Morris Davis, 50 00 Cant W.Whlldin, 500 00 R. F. Warnor, 100 00 Freedom 20 0" Thomas Potter, ^ 300 00 a D. Parrish, 500 00 F. and J. W. J. A A. Konig- & Co., , 250 00 macher, 250 00 Cash i 5 00 Fnrness, Brinley t W. -.Rotter, ft Op., 2.5 00 Co * 250 00 A. H. Franciscus.lOO 00 Thio " Bliss, 200 00 M. W. Baldwin to-Peter ^ Wright • & Co., 500 00 Rnne. 500 00 Mrs. J. Sill, 100 00 Hanson Robinson, 600.00 Mrs E.W.Clark...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

j N ^ SPECIAL NOTICES. ' -' ry==. Ai'i'JL.iuAxiuiv i« wmrxnur run IJ15 the lease , of the Grounds and Premises of tWPOINT,BREEZE PARK ASSOCIATION, wiU close THIS-DAY, (Saturday,) at the office ofthe Association, No. 114 South FOURTH street. • ¦•'¦¦-• •• "*¦ ¦¦ S. KILPATRIOK, fe5-2t$ Secretary. ,y==» NOTICE—Shippers and Consignees of Lk3 Freights over the Camden and Amb»y Railj oad are informed that the advanced winter rates of said company,-will go into effect on MOND AY NEXT8th instant. All special rates heretofore given will at that date cease. - ..I. " WALTER FREESIAN, Agent Transportation. fe4-Gt$ Camden and Amboy R. R. Co. ry-=- AT THE ANNUAL MEETING- of the \V3 Stockholders of the UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY, held on Tuesday, Februarys, 1881, at the Office, No. 11 North Delaware avenue, ihe following named gentlemen were duly elected Managers, viz: ¦ , . Wm. M. Baird, I A. J. Bucknor, . Thomas Sparks, I James I> Whetham, Thomas Webster. A nd at a subsequent meeting of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

[Written for the Phila. Evening Bulletin.] SABBATH READINGS. BI THE BEV. EDWARD 0. JONES, A. M THE WIDOW'S SON—A BIBLICAL . ¦¦ ¦ ; SKETCH.; . (From St. Luke, Chapter 7th.) How affecting was the scene exhibited to the vision of the Saviour as he drew nigh to the* gates of Nain. A funeral", pageant slowly and solemnly emerges from that open gate, and she who bends in speechless woe by the sable bier, is a widow, and the deceased her only son. What an ascending scale of incidents is thus presented ! The dead man was young—he was the son of a loving parent—he Was her only son—and she was a widow- What wonder then that the sympathies of Emmanuel were at once enlisted in her behalf. The wail of suffering possessed a magiietic. influence on the heart of Him who is so feelingly portrayed by an apostle as being "touched with our infirmities." . Hisjjcornpassion prompted him to touch the bier, as just before it had induced him to solicit that' grief-stricken female to restrain the cur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

INSURANGE. v ; DELAWARE MUTUAL \ SAFETY INSU RANCE COMPANY— ! •¦• ¦ Incorporated by the Legislature of Ponnsy 1 vanla 1^ 5- pFFIO*fcS. E. Corner THIRD ani "WaK NLT Streets, Philadelphia. ¦ ON*VESS^ IMINSXJEANOE - FREIGHT ' i ?o i^ ll| parts of the world. I- INLAND INSURANCES On Goods, by River, Canal, Lake and Land Carnage, toga parts ofthe Union. .' -'i FIRE- INSURANCES On Merchandis* e generally, : • On Stores, Dwelling Houses,' ke. ' ASSETS OF THE COMPANY. * - ; NbVBKBEB .l, 1863 SlOO.OOO.United States 5 per cent Loan. 397,000 08 75,000 . «' 6 per<!t Loan 5-208 75,000 00 '20,000 " " " 1881 22,000 00 50,000 •¦ 7 3-10prctTrNts 53,250 00 100,000 State pf Penna.-5 per cent JLoan 100,997 50 54,000 i' 9 per cent/ *' 57,880 00 123,050 Philadelphia City 6 per ct Loan 127,528 00 30,000 State of TennessesS per ct l^oan 15,000 OO 30,000 Pennsylvania Railroad first | mortgage 6-per cent.bonds.. 22,300 _ 50,000 Pennaylvania-Hailroadsecond ' mortgage 6-per ceht bonds.. ' 53,*!59...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

[¦Written for the Phila. Evening Bulletin.] rTHB QUIET BOTflTJ Of flfftT. BY RET. EDWAUDO. JOKB8, A. U. Let others view m stirring scenes,, Excitement keen, and beauty; On humbler toils my spirit leans,— The quiet round of duty. - Secluded in Its lowly bed, ;;__- ' The violet safely groweth,* ' y And from its modest cup is shed The fragrance God bestoweth. Why should we ask themeed of praise, Our actions to emblazon? ¦( He who his vanity displays, , But seeks some great occasion. Far better, closeted at home, Our labor be pnrsutag, Than grave upon the upper dome *v . Whatever we are doing. v To dry the tear with secret hand, To bless the faint and weary, To point the sad one the land; Unlike our eorth.so dreary! Oh, ministrations such as these, '* ..' - " Performed, but never lauded, The Master of pur spirits sees,. . Aid will bestow the plaudit. _ 'iSee, ' that thoh tell no man," said He, When gratitude was springing, j For health restored, which to the sick, Its balm and joy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

KENDAL L'S AMBOLINE FOE THE HAIR. AMBOLINE MOISTENS, BEAUTIFIES, ODORATES, LENGTHENS, INVIGORATES. NOURISHES, EMBELLISHES, THE HAIR. A purely vegetable compoundmade entirely from stimulating extracts of Soots, Herbs and Flowers. It prevents tbe hair falling out or turning ptomaturely grey. Ladies who desire a luxuriant bead of hair, should n,ot fail to give the Amuolin* atrial. Pr iee"81 per box containing two bottles. "Prepared only by KENDALL * CO., No. sou Broadway,-New Yerfc. Agents In Philadelphia JOHNSTON, HALLOWAY&COWDEN, de5-3m$ TTo. 23 North Sixth street. 11TILITARY AND NAVAL CLAIM AGENTST PENSIONS, 1 IST Promptly coUected and BOeNTIES, procured by : BACK PAY, BIGELOW, WSNKOOP & PRIZE MONEY, CO., ' . ¦ ** SUBSISTENCE No. 115 S. Seventh Btreeti CLAIMS Below Chestnut street PASSPORTS., * J de9-3m} Philadelphia. f\ ERMANTOWN PHARMACY. " CHAS. Ii. EBERLE, '] pharmaceutical Chemist and Dealer JjaSpeciaitiea' , ia.wJCs.3m*- . MAIN, balow l^lirstiwt;: ARROW ROO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

LIFE INSUBANCE. THE MANHATTAM Ui'E INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, Accumulation nearly 82,000,000. Total Losses Paid. ,(fr. "350,000. Dividends made over.. .- 700,000. PHILADELPHIA BRANCH OFFICE, No. 413 WALNUT Street, ' JAMES B. CARR, Agent and Attorney. • This Company offers superior inducements to persons desiring to effect an insurance upon their lives, giving to those .who desire ' the privilege of settling their premiums, annually, semi-annually or quarterly. Tbe rates are lower than most Companies offer, and the insured are participators in the profits. * The business of the Company is devoted exclu* ticely to the insurance of lives. It is prompt in tho payment of its losses. , Any inforiaation upon the subject will be ch.ee*''.-fully given by the AGENT, together -with all necessary Books and Tables upon the subject. LOCAL BOARD OF REFERENCE. -Rt. Rev. Alonzo Potter. Keen So Coates. D. D. Thos. Robins, Esq. Rt. Rev. W.B. Stevens. Clem. Tingley, Esq. D. D. A. W. Little, E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

STOYES, HEATERS, &C. j- THOMSON'S LONDON KITCHENER J8t\ or EUROPEAN RANGE, for families, jBgfS hotels or public institutions' in TWENTY •«Hc DIFFERENT SIZES. Also, Philadelph. a Ranges, Hot-air Furnaces, Portable Heater: i, Lowdown Grates, Fireboard Stoves, Bath Boiler:, Stew-hole Plates, Broilers, Cooking sStoves , io., at wholesale aud retail, bv the manufacturers. | CHASE, SHARPE & THOMSON, anis-tn th s-6mj No. 200 North Second street. IllHOMAS S. ¦ D I X O N, j " 1 Late Andrews & Dixon, Ha 1324 CHESTN UT streetPhUadslphla, : Opposite United States Mint, Manufacturers of LOWDOWN, PARLOR, CHAMBER, OFFICE, AND OTHER GRATES, 7cr Anthracite, Bituminous and Wood Sire*. • ALSO, - WARM AIR FURNACES, For warming public and priT&te buildings, REGISTERS, VENTILATORS, Asm ! CHIMNEY CAPS, i COOKING RANGES, BATH BOELEES, &0., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. my«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

JUME LLE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF DOCK.—We often hear it repeated by those who have used JUMELLE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF DOCK, that among all the thousand remedies offered to the public,there is none of them bo salutary as a cough medicine, so potent as an mvigorator, so effectual as a purifying specific, and so f hooting and restorative In cases of physical debliity, nervous irritation and a general sinklnp or a prostration of the system. _ „ For sale by the proprietor, F. " JUMELLE, No. 1525 Market street, and by all Druggists. ffe4-3m$ ARKINGWITH INDELIBLE JlflK, BBS BBOIDERING, BTaidinf, S^gggyf0, .^ imwiwn"*:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

PIANOS, &C. li^WFi 4o°IHSsE f^ll FOURTH Street, PHILADELPHIA. Goupe & Kindt's celebrated PianosSteck's and others. Also, Second-hand Pianos for sale, thirty per cent, cheaper than down town. All Pianos warranted for Ave years. •"Country dealers are requested to call and examine the assortment. noll-3m§

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

FLOFENCE. NIGHTINGALE, CORSET, of great sani'ary advantage, affording special support, standing and walking. All kind* best.CORSETiand SKIRTS at Mrs. STEEL" S, Tenth street, below Ohestaut. , fe5-3trp*

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

JAY COOKE & CO. Backers and Dealers IN GOVERNMENT LOANS. 5-20 BONDS, , |5 PER CENT. LEGAL TENDERS, '17-30 TREASURE NOTES. 1881 LOANS. ONE YEAR CERTIFICATES, QUARTERMiSTERS' VOUCHERS, QUARTERMASTERS' CHECKS, CITY AND S TATE STOCKS, BAN'S, R4ILR0AD, and CANAL STOCKS AND BONDS. Sto.ck» BonglDt and Sold on Commission. A fcirsnpply ol all kinds of GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, inclndin* tne New Five Per Cent. (Legal Tender) TREASURY NOTES, always on hand Collections made and Deposits received. JAY C00KE & CO. &o. 114 South Third Street. ja28-ten»

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