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

j^L MRS. . . DILLON, FANOY ANn «n Straw MillinerNo. 331 SOUTH steeetTtM y^r a handsome assortment «fVelTet,siDi.VoiT and Straw Bonnets and Hats. Old' Vel*ret BorT. •oetB . maae oyer. - «U.8S»

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

NEW PUBLICATIONS. BO OKS! BOOKS! BOOK.-* BUY THEM NOW AND GET CHEAP. The largest stock In the city is at T. B. PETERSON k BROTHERS ^ No. 306 CHESTNUT Street, ¦ Philadelphia. LL IN WANT OF BOOKS OF ALL KINDS aiereqnested to call, and one purchase wil convince you that the best place to buy Books is at the Publishing and Bookselling Emporium of T. B. PETERSON & BROTH* BS, No. 306 CHESTNUT Street, '-> Philadelphia. Call and examine our stock, which is very extensive. : PETERSON'S IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE in the world to buy all kinds of-Books, and Photographic Albums, Callorsend tow Publishing and Bookselling Houseof T. B. PETERSON k BROTHERS No. 306 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. All the New Books are for sale at Petersons'. Send for one of onr new Catalogues. *** "VTEW BOOKS!—BY THE Bt-ST AUTHORS. J>| Suitable for the FAMILY, ARMY, OR RAILROAD CAR READING, constantly being published and for sale by \ T. B. PETERSON & BROTHERS, No. 306 CHESTNUT Street,...

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

E'OB SAiE A2JB TO LET. fpj. ' FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A large flSinumber of FARMS in the adjoining Counties. A btautiful COUNTRY PLACE, 20 acres, near Old York Road Station, N. P. R. R.8 miles out. feS-2t» v E. PETTIT, 333 Walnut street. .tflj|' FOk SALE—-tx superior • Germantown IB. RESIDENCEcontaining one acre, handsomely Improved and ornamented, including a ' fine garden. Situate on East Washington Lane, one square from station. Superior first class Improvements. E. PETTIT fe5-2t* . . .. . .. 323 Walnut street. m FOR SALE OR RENT. —A Double Stone-Built, Country House; interlined from cellar to roof ; Parlor, Dining, SittingRooms, andXitchen on the first floor, and Eleven pleasant Chambers. Bam, Four acres of ground, neatly laid out, planted with fruit and ornamental trees. Located 5>j miles from the city and tbree-fourth of a mile from a railway station. Address St. John, at this office. . "._ • fe5-6t* m FOR SA1.E—All that conveniently locate* .- - Cottagewith the ampl...

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

CHESS COLUMN, " . ' OT THE , . - ¦ , . •PHILADELPHIA EVENING BULLETIN. SATURDAY, Fehruary 0, 1864. Notice to Correspondents. All communications for this column must be directed ' «Chess Editor of Evening Bulletin, '' and should reach the office, at latest, on Thursday morning. All Problems must bo accompanied by the solution and name of the composer. [T Phxladelphia Chess Club—Northeast comer Of Thirteenth and Chestnut streets, second!|floor. Rooms open daily at 10 o' clock. Answers to Correspondents. " G. H. M., Va." —Very glad to hear from you. Hope you will be able to send ' us some ofthe games referred to. Lowentbal's'Book of the CongresB has not yet made its appearance. : " RusTicus." —We cannot anawer you better than "by referring you to the Weekly Bulletin, which furnishes a large amount of ChesB matter for $1 per annum. " Telegkam."—There were to have been' two games played, butat the suggestion of the Now York players, the match waB decided by the first game. \ " M....

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

r CHESS IN MANCHESTER. : j flam. ATn AQA Good game between Messrs. Horwitz and Stein-. kahler. {Kiny's Gambit Declined.) Wh. (Mb. Horwitz. ) Bi. (Mr. Stbhtk-uhl-sb. ) 1. PtoK4 PtOK4 2. Pto^KB4 PtoQ4 3. PxQP PtoK5 . 4. KttoQB3 BtoQB4 5. KKttoK2- : KttoKB3 6. Pto 0.4 % PxP in passing 7. Qx P ' - ¦ ¦ Castles b. KttoK4 BtoKB4 9. Kt x Kt (ch) " Q x Kt 10. - Q to G_ B 3 Q to Q, Kt 3 11. BtoQ.2 BtoKB7(chy 12. K to Q, sq (The necessity to move his King here subjected Mr. Horwitz to lasting embarrassment at a subsequent period of the struggle.) 12. K R to Q sq 13. Q to K 5 QtoKKt3 14. KtoQBsq PtoEB3 (Had he taken the Q, B pawn, Black would evidently have won a piece by taking the Q. B pawn with his Queen.) . . 15. Q toQB3 (It would have been highly imprudent to take the QB pawn now.) 15. KttoQR3 16. Kt to K Kt 3 K to R sq 17. Ktx;B QxKt . 18. QtoKB3 BtoQKt3 19. B toft B 4 R to 0,3 20. RtoSQsq (P to K Kt 4 looks preferable, but the defect of Black's game—the inactivity of Q Rook—makes t...

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

iv tma 00-PABTNEB8igIP8. - uiiAjji.—a nave day sold out my stock 1> and fixtures to HENRY E. TURNER and JOSEPH. WAYNE, who will continue the busU ness under the firm name of TURNERS; WAYNE, at the old stand, No. 20 couth FOURTH street. Messrs. T. &W. are well and favorably known to my customers, and I respectfully solicit for them a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed upon me. I shall retain a deskintheir officefoTthepnrpose oi cloBing up my accounts. W. D. - GLENN.. Philadelphia, January 30th, 1864. The undersigned have this day entered into Copartnership, under the firm name of TURNER & WAYNE, for the purpose of transacting business ai Importers and Jobbers of DRUGGISTS' - SUNDRIES, PERFUMERY, &c, succeeding W. D. Glenn, whose stock and fixtures they have purchased. . HENRY E. TURNER, JOSEPH WAYNE. Philadelphia, Feb, 1, 1864. fel-Otj CARD An unexpected event having interfered with the intended arrangements of the subscribers, I...

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

-- XEgAL NOTICES. ¦ ¦ T?w-n™-VT?i&S£-Ss' COURT FOR THE CITY 0%llSS"f T* " f^R^ARD MONNltidlSi1^tr*:lior "f Estate of MARGARET StSS'i e ??h ec l' a*id to' reP°rt distribution oj the Balance in the hands of theaccontant mill meet the.parties interested Tor the purnosesof his appointment, on MONDAY AFTERNOON February Sth, at 4 o'clock, at Ms office ir?Snntrf ^^ig isg ggr i&$®%sg^ms&gs> S M^^J^jg?2g^S& make paymentand those having claims will urs sent them without delay, to pra SAMUEL J. SHARPLESS, CHARLES L. SHARPLESS, HENRY H. G. SHARPLESS, _ Executors. Philadelphia, Jan. 9. 1864. ja9-s, w6w^ PHILADELPHIA, JANUARY 141864 Whereas, letters of Administration to the Estate of LEWIS LEEDS, deceased, having been granted to the subscriber, all persons indebted to the said Estate will please make payment, and those having claims will present thea to JOHN C. LEEDS, Administrator, jal6.s,6t* 1525 Summer street. E STATE OF HENRY BIRD, dec'd.—Letters t...

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

/ ttiiL crittuuiviauuii CiTY _ ObL)tNAJS'Cli " . _ -|ijr. 'c, u . -uuuawu.-V> Philadelphia, February 5, lStil In accordance with a resolution adopted by the Common Conrcil of the City of Philadelphia, on THURSDAY the 4th inst, the annexed bill rntilled '' An Oi dinani e to Authorize an Additional Loan to aid the Enlistment of Volunteers,'' is hereby published for public information. WM F. SMALL, Clerk of Common Council. AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE AN ADDITIONAL LOAN TO AID THE ENLISTMENT OF VOLUNTEERS. Section*!. The Select and Common Councils of the City of Philadelphiado ordain: That the May or be and hels hereby authorized to borrow on the credit of the bity from time to time, as may be required By the! City Treasurer, su<.h sums of money as may be required to aid the enlistment ol Volunteers for the service of the United States, not exceeding in the whole the sum of Two Million, Dollars, for which interest, not to excred at the rate of six per cent, per annum...

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

BEAL ESTATE SALES. M EXECUTORS' PEREMPTORY SALE.— Estate of DANIEL B. HINMANf dec d. - THOMAS £ SONS, Auctioneers.—SUPERIOR FAfcM. 115 Acres, near West Chester, CHESTER COUNTYPENNA. On TUESDAYFebruary 9th, 1S64, at 12 o'clock. Noon, will be sold.at Public Sale, without reserve, at the PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE, all that valuable farm, situate 1)4 miles west of West Chester, and' X mile from the Brandywine, Chester county, Pennsylvania: containing 115 acres in the highest state " of cultivation, the late owner having (during the four vears. he occupied it), spent his whole time, and a large sum of money in making improvements. Tbe improvements consist of a stone mansion, situate on a lawn surrounded by well-grown trees and shrubbery; a good tenant house, a barn reconstructed two years since, iu which were introduced all the modern improvements: a carriagehouse, spring-house, ice-house, and, allother necessary out-buildings. It is well -watered with several never-failing springs of ...

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

EDUCATION. COPYING AND LETTER WRITING-—Letters written for Ladies by a Lady, and Copying of Manuscripts&c., on very reasonable, term¦*. Ladies may; takeXessons in Writing Letters, showing them the proper mode of address, and the most polite and fashionable lorms ol letter writing. Manuscripts copied in different hand writings at short notice. Call or address, REDNER Street, near Oxford, sixth hlSuse above Twenty-second. fel*6t OWDOIN COLLEGE. MEDICAL DEPABTMENT. The 44th Annual Course of Lectures in the MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE, at Bowdoin College, will commence February 2flth, and continue sixteen weeks. Circulars containing full information can be had on application to the Secretary, at Williamstovm, Mass. P. A. CHADBOURNE, M. D., Secretary. Ebukswick, 1864. fel-lSt RENCH AND ENGLISH BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for Young Ladies. The second term of tbe season commences FEBRUARY 1st. For circulars apply to the Misses BUCK, 1417 SPRUCE street. ja30-12t* BORDENTOWN FEMALE COL...

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

NEW PUBLICATIONS. HAR BAUGH'S FUTURE LIFE. A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL EDITION. HEAVEN. THE HEAVENLY HOME. THE HEAVENLY RECOGNITIONj OF FRIENDS. In 3 volumes, bound In Beveled Boards with gilt top. ¦ "Of all the subjects that can interest the human heart, few can exceed that which constitutes the matter of these volumes. Conceived in a spirit ol genial piety, written in the language of warm sympathy and tender Eentiraent, and adapted for general circulation among all classes of professing Christians, they must prove to be the most popular ot religions works, and administer consolation and. instruction to many bereaved and stricken souls." ' . LINDSAY k BLAKISTON, • nn n- ' i. Publishers and Booksellers, ja29 25 South Sixth street, above Chestnut. ALLEN'S LIFE OF PHILIDOR —THE LIFE OF PHILIDORMusician^d Giles. Player, by George Allen, Greek Professor In th« University of-Pennsylvania; with a Supplementary Essay on FhUidor, as Chess Author and Chess Player, by Tassile Von Heldebrand und...

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

"TUSi"OUT-FAMILY COFFfcJE ROASTER. — t) The NATIONAL COFFEE ROASTER. HYDES' S Patent. t'flmtlinnncl.- ,1.,,,-n i...hin.a will savS tfLOre than its cost in six months, besides having a stronger and pleasanter coffee. Being constructed with propel ers, the coffee must be roasted uniformly, and having a patent Trier,.you can see its state at sny moment without stopping the machine, an d so prevent all liability to burn. And yet it is so simple, a child can operate it. It will roast all the substitutes for coffee equally well. Prices S2, 83, andS5. Hotel and Grocer's sizes from 523 to $100.. For sale at the House Furnishing Hardware and Stove Stores. Grocers find a ready .sale for them. For sale wholesale and retail, by the Coffee Roaster and Mill Manufacturing, Company, Pennsylvania avenue and Fifteenth street, Philadelphia ^^ - ' ¦ ' ¦¦ ' ja23-s, tn, th, 12tj) '' AugSfeS/ CARRIAGE MAKERS, ~T EBaigg& J. LEITENBERGER k SON j 607 PINE STREET, fel-3m!

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

PERFUMERY. WHITE VIRGIN WAX OF ^ ANTILLES—A new French Cosmetic for Beautifying, Whitening and Preserving the Complexion. It it the most wonderful compound of the age. Therf is neither chalk, powder, magnesia, J bismuth 01 talc in its composition, and we offer a reward ol 85000 to any chemist or other person who can discover any of these articles in its manufacture. II is composed entirely of pure Virgin Wax—hence, Its extraordinary qualities for preserving the skin, making it soft, smooth, fair and transparent. It makes the old appear young, the homely handsome, the handsome more beautiful, and the most beautiful divine. Price 25 and 50 cents For sale by HUNT & CO.,Perfumers,No.41 South EIGHTH Street, two doors above Chestnut street. de15-2moJ .^^^^BB^^iHB^^HH^^^^Hi^^^l^Hai^Bi

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

T HE ALLENTOWN STEAM FORGE AND AXLE FACTORY, . At ALLENTOWN, Lehigh county, - Pa. ADVEN A k CO., Successors to Scott k Co. manufacturers of all kinds Iron Axles, Hammered Bar Iron, and Forginga of every description. AlsoShafts, Shear Moulds, Sledge Moulds, Land Sides, Oar Hooks, Steel Frog Points,, and Railroad Tools, asTamplng Picks, OrowBars, ^f^^j^r^- FERD. WEISGERBEBi " ia7.Imi AUGT. SCHWARZB. P ICEMAN'S UNRIVALLED iVENTTILA. ING W igs and Toupees, Ladies Long Hai Braids, Half Wigs, Curls, Bands, tea., cheap. ^ 12-tfcs,t6mo6 No. 834 OHESTNTJT itwrt.

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

MARSHAL'S SALES. i MARSHAL'S SALE. —By virtue of a writ of sale, by the Hon. JOHN CADWALADER, Judge of the District Court of the United States in and for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in Admiraltyto me directedwill be sold at Public Sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at MICHENER'S Store, No. 142 North FRONT street, on MONDAY, February lath, 1861, at 12 o'clock M., 127 bales of Cotton, part of the cargo of the steamer Chatham. _ WILLIAM MILLWARD, U. S. Marshal E. D. of Pennsylvania. -Pirrr innT.p-BTA.. Feb. 1. 1S6I. fe2-6t}

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

DENTISTRY. ^-••K^ DR. FINE, PRACTICAL DENTIST WrSlffor the last twenty years219 VINE Stt*eet, hejSwThirdinserts the most beautiful TEETH c t the agemounted on fine Gold, Flatina, Silver VulcaniteCoralite, Amber, kc at prices fci neat and substantial work, more reasonable thsn any Dentist in this city or State. Teeth plugged to last for life. Artificial Teeth repaired to suit. No pain in extracting. All work warranted to fit -RoforBnce. TtastmlliM fa de29-Sm*.

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

' LOST, , (bin REWARD.—LOST ON MONDAY LAST, cblU about noon, at or near tbe Tax Receiver's Office, a MEMORANDUM and TWO DEPOSIT BOOKS Wrapped in a newspaper and tied up. Whoever has found the same and will send it throiigh the Post Office or otherwise, to the Southwark Paper Company, 505 MINOR Street, will receive the above reward and the thanks of the owner. *¦ S 5 " 3 ^

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

CAN ARY SEED—TWENTY-FIVE BBLS PrixiT Canary Seed In store andjtor sale by WOBKM!J**ClO..Ko.ia Wain, -rtrss*

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

, AMUSEMENTS. W ALNUT STREET THEATRE. Lessee .Mrs. M; A. GABHETTSOU THIS (Saturday) EVENING, Feb. 6, TWELFTH NIGHT OF THE. BRILLIANT FAREWELL ENGAGEMENT Of the charming, young and versatile American actrass, ' - ' - ¦' ¦ - ' . LUCILLE WESTERN,/ Who has appeared to the ¦¦ " ¦'- " LARGEST AUDIENCES EVER ASSEMBLED IN THIS THEATRE, ! In her great emotional play of. EAST LYNNE; OR, THE ELOPEMENT. Seats in Dress Circle only secured at, the Box Office from 9 till 3 o'clock. » Doors open.at 7 o'clock. Commence at 7^- . RS. JOHN DREWS NEW AitOHSTREET THEATRE, ARCH street, above Sixth. - GLORIOUS SUCCESS OF * MISS CHARLOTTE THOMPSON. THIS (Saturday) EVENING, Eeb-iti, 1S64, -. LITTLE BAREFOOT. Amrie (Little Barefoot).Miss Charlotte Thompson Johannes. ;..;....Barton Hill Hans..,... ' ...Stuart Kobson To conclnde with tbe thrilling drama of THE GUNMAKER OF MOSCOW. Ruric Nevil.... .....Barton Hill Vladimir.... ;. Mr. Aiken Biezwacks.. ,. : Stuart Robson Rosalind ..........Miss E.Price Cur...

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

ot i BOTES FOB FASHIOrTABLE SEXTOJTS. "" fFor the Philada. Evening Bulletin. ] . 1. In this age luxury-am* »»;»-*™"- it ifl undoubtedly the duty of a ,Seston.BO to arrange matters. AS to contribute to tbe-ease and comfort of the congregation; and one mode of doing this will be neglecting to ventilate the church building properly, as the. oppressive atmosphere will lull some of the worshipers (perchance not a few) into a comfortable nap duiixig the service. To be sure clergymen seem to have a prejudice against preaching to a slumberiDg audience; but as they invariably charge the Evil One with this sin (?) you as the Sexton of a church will hardly be suspected of being bis agent.. - ,2. By your neglecting to have the furnaces repaired when out of order; the fumes of gas and sulphur escaping will so irritate the throat and lungs of the people' as to cause universal coughing, and this din will so divide the attention that the point of the sermon will in all probability fail to inf...

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