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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

: IH£UHAHCE COMPAinr OF THE STATE OP FSSUfeTLTAOTa:/ ' . < OFFICE, Nos. 4 and 5 EXOHANGE BUILDING, Norta Side of Walnut i treet , between Dock and 'ibiid Streets, Philadelpnia. Statement of the Assets Of said Company, February 1st, 1SG1, published in conformity with ihe provisions of the Act of Assemx-ly or April 5, 184-2. FAB VALUE. VALUE OH BOOKS Mortgages. \ $93,500 All of which are first Mo-rtgages upon property in this -.. CiTy .......; ' 8^3.500,00-loan Bonds. . $50,000 United States Government 6 " penent lggi, ar> -r - - -' SS 47,503 W> 25,000 U.S Gov. 7 3-.10 per cent at lu-2 «,500 00 ;^,Oto City, of Pittsburgh, 6 ptr . cent., at... ,..;. 71 31,300 OO 15,0ui: Harrisbur;, Portsmouth,Mt Joy aud Lancaster Railroad t:o., 6 per cent . at.... ?8 11,700 00 J5.. Ouo Pennsylv.tni.i Railroad Co. 6 per cent, at 102 15,300 00 15.750 City of Philadelphia 6 per cent, at ^ - .. 97 15.27-50 10.41U 1:1 City of Phiia. 5 pa? ct. at 83 8,612 7» 10,000 Lehiah Coal and ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

a RAY HAIR RESTORED — BALDNESS PRPVVKTVI1 _. ' -London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing. •' * .London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing.ft "Loudon Hair Color Restorer and Dressing. '' '.London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing." * 'Loudon Hair Color Restorer and Dressing-'' "London. Hair Color Restorer and Dressing.'* "London Hair Color Restorer aud Dressing." 'l Loudon Hair Color Restorer and Dressing.'' This discovery for the preservarion ol the humm hair is taking the lead of all hair preparations; bt*- sides restoring the color and making hair grow on bald heads,, it is a beautiful dressing, keeps the hair soli, smooth and flexible, removes any eruptive disease, Itching, Scurf, Dandruff, &c. Many who were bald and gray have had- their hair permanently restored. Onlv one preparation. 83-READ THIS CERTIFICATE. I&-GRAY HAIR RESTORED WITHOUT DiEIN ) . '- «S-HALPNESS PREVENTED. I am happy to add my testimony to the great v.-iirie ol- the "London Hair CTTlor Restor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

BF. KEIMEK'SSPLOlMi-.NSOFIVORV-. TTPES, have no surjeriors in the perfection ot style and coloring. Visit his Popular Gallery, 621 4KUH street, and be convinced. FlTK MAvnri^GTN.iaiES on Olothinir, we fnrnish to order'-mall Stencil Plates, with Brash aud Ink: also, Brands for marking Tools, and Steel Alphabet ana l-isure Punches. TRUMAN & SHAW, Ko. K55 (Eight Tuirty-flvel Market street, below Ninth. f. EiaiElCS COL. -KUD PHOT * 1-RAPHS, nre extremely popular, and no wonder. wh-*u me quality aud niuderate charge is considered. Only SI ro. SECOND svr^e:, ubov.- Green. AND PRUNING StiEiKS and. Pruning Knives for snle, * wi'h a general variety of Scissors, shears and Poelf.'t Knives,by TRUJI4.N & SHAW, No. S35 (Ei^ht Chirty-ilve) JUarltat s reet. below Ninth-L ~ ETALii &D11IKEKSOK ART TAKE NOTE. —B. K.RfilMER-SGtllery.B'l ABOH -treeu is one of the best in the city. His CARTES DE VI^ITE t-re fine specimens of art. ¦ 1 1 An YAKDri ¦ tiVY CRASH, ' AT il t'TS. , 1U...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

HAEK TAPLEY IN BICHMOSD. j.ne reader oi "martin unuzziewit win remember with a smile the irrepressible Mark Tapley, who took much credit to himself for being jolly under difficulties which were calculated to elongate the visages of the mass of mankind. Mark, we have discovered, has evidently a brother in the person of the editor of the Richmond Examiner, who is as creditably Jolly under-trying circumstances as his prototype. Under the caption of "A new Arm of the Service" the following comical paragraph appeared in that paper on the 30th ult.: "The repeal of the substitute law is having the effect of forc ' mg into the army both (at aud lean; it is, we hear, proposed for the benefit of the very heavy men whose size incapacitates them for the "infantry and artillery exercises, and whose weight would prove fatal to their horses should they 'join the cavalry,' to raise a company, consisting of men weighing 2-50 pounds and over, to take the field in iron-clad omriibasesj.and to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

HODERN BARBARIANS. Ihe instances oi cruelty practicedby the Southern barbarians increase as the war progresses. "Wherever they have been enabled to practice their monstrous deeds, the results of their villainy have been apparent. Upon the dead bodies of the brave soldiers, however, have they more particularly displayed their malignity, and the victims of treason, whose remains honor the soil of Virginia, the Carolinas, and the Southwest, bear testimony to the fiendish traits of the rebel ghouls. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial , writing recently from Chattanooga, gives the Jfollowing description' of the depredations of tho Southern chivalry after the battle of Chickamauga; , "I took advantage of the withdrawal of the enemy from our immediate front to visit tho battle-field of Chickamauga, where so many .of our brave soldiers sleep the long sleep of death. The ground has not changed materially iu appearance since the battle. Everywhere are evidences of the severity...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

jfcs MRS. R. OILLON, FANCY AND «£} Straw Milliner, No. 331 SOUTH.street, has ywS' a handsome assortment of Velvet, Stti, Felt and Straw Bonnete and Hats. Old Velvet Bonnets made over. . . ' el5-2m* ^ GOLD AKD i SILVER WATOHES, "* OI? EJs 'v. our own importation, reliabls to quality, SgjjB and at low prices. FARR&lBROTHEBrlmportara, J 321 Chestnut street, below Fourth. ^SlEXjfegtg - JAMES. : BELLAK, ¦ -f»^mH | ^S^^ 279 aud 2«1 South FIFTH^^^SfJ ITS TT>STREET, FI * I If: Sole Agent tor G. A. FBrNOE&CO.'S . ' :-. ¦ , " World-Renowned Melodeons, * HARiHONIUMS AND DRAWING-BOOM l ORGANS. ERNEST GABLER'S,. : BAVEN & BACON'S, HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S, jall-3mrp? CELEBRATED PIANOS. - jJWuili -: . OOBKEOT PIAriO TUM1NG.— @HAB^^Mr. O. E. SARGENT' S orders fos fflT l J - Tuning and Repairing Pianos are r»- ' fteived at Mason & Co.'a Store, iW7 CHESTHTfE street, only. Mr. Sargeant hja had Eleven Year*' factory experteuce in Boston, and Flvo Year*' c*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

te EVENING BULLETIN MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1864. . THE NEXT PRESIDEirCY. U._re-election ot -.President Lincoln appears to be a foregone conclusion. That he will be nominated for a second term by the Republican party is as manifest as anything that is yet to come to pass can be, and in the event of his re-nomination, there is nothing to prevent his election. Unless the States that seceded from the Union in . I860 and . 1861 ?rote, the election in Novembei 1864 will.be a matter of form, a mere recording of -the will ofthe people already plainly-expressed; and no statesman, unless he belongs to the ten-pin school of politicians, who are willing to be set up to be inocked down again , wm consent to accept the nomination of a D emocratic Convention. At the >3iate elections which took place in 1863, when the great issue was the question of Supporting;the policy of President Lincoln, every free. State * -except New Jersey, went ? for,the Union cause. "When Mr. lancoin-himself; as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

THE GREAT BATTLE GEOT/ND. . In the fifteen months comprised between September, 18C2, and December; 1803, sick and wounded rebel soldiers numbering 293,165 were received into the rebel hospitals in the Department of Virginia ' , according to th , e Director's report. Of these 127,530 ^ probably belonging to other States than the Old Dominion, were transferred to other hospitals, while the rest either died in the Virginia hospitals or were discharged, furloughed or returned to duty. Such an appalling list shows tow terribly Virginia has suffered in seeking for her " rights " under the banner of treason, and how woefully she was mistaken in thinking that after Virginia was " precipitated " into the arms of the Cotton State fire-eaters peace would follow. Then, too, when we add to this physical suifering the destruction of property, the severance of family ties, the wholesale loss of slaves and the terrible demoralization caused by the war, poor Virginia stands forth a monument of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

B HARVEY THOMAS, STOCK BROKER , No. 312 WALNUT Street, Philadelphia. Stocks and Loans bought and sold.on commission , at the Board of Brokers ' . Subscriptions received to U. S. 5-20 LOAN, at par. 1a9-3mrp§ APERAND ENVELOPES— ~ The best and cheapest in tha Oity. For sale by DUXBURY i GLENN, No. 37 North Sixth street. Merchants, Bankers, Lawyers, Military Officers, and all others, should call before purchasing elsewhere. ]a27.lmrp* p 1 T LER, : W E A V BB * UO., Jg Mauufacturers of -- '„ MAHILLA. AND TABBED OORJJAGK, » - Coeds, TwnrB,*o.,i r ' IKS , 23 North Water street and No. 22 North Dels. J ware avenue, Philadelphia. S6WIJI H. FlTLBB. MlOHABt WBAV ' °'v«Tt*'n F fTr-OTimin US1CAL tiuXtiS, IN tlAN USOfltE OASES playingfcom two to twelve ohoice melodiw. tor sale by FARR * RROTH 'EH. Importer*, os- Ufa sua rmeatnutStreet. MmrTurtii vULftBENOE NIGHTINGALE CORSET, of J? (sreat sani<ary advantage, affording special support, standineand walking- ' . A11 Sinds best OORSET3 and S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

GENITALr AV2RELL. Brigadier-General Avilliam W. Averell> (not Averill, as most of the papers print it) has been absent from his command on a short leave, and has spent the last two days in Philadelphia. He left last night for Washington, and we hope to hear soon that he is assigned to new and still more important duty than any he haslet performed, lie is in excellent health, although his feet are not yet entirely cured of the freezing they got in his recent expedition in Virginia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

MAJOK-GUTEKAL HANCOCK. A communication in another column, written by one perfectly competent to discuss the subject, sets forth in plain language the important part performed by Major-General Hancock in the battle of Gettysburg. Congress has, singularly enough, failed to recognize the services of this distinguished officer, and we take pleasure in presenting the facts to the people of his native State.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

The Geema.n- Opera Company wili begin a new season at the Academy ol Jlusio this evening, with Nicolai'a capital opera, The Merry Wives of Windsor. A year or more ago it was played here, but . this time we ate to have a great artist, Herr Herrmanns, in the important part of " Falstaff." In other respects, also, the cast is improved. AVe are glad to hear there is a prospect of a fine house.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

PEKSKPTOBY SALES—SUPEBIOE FARMS, WALNUT street, CHESTNUT street and fKN.V SC1.UABE RESIDENCES, Business Stands, desirable Genteel Iiweilinfts, Mocks, Loans, Pew, ic, To-Mor.KOw. Sie Thovyas <£• Sons' advertisements and catalogues. Additiokal.—510,(00 Loan, See last page today's Bui-iXTiy. ¦ ' ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

SEAL ESTATE SALE WEDNESDAY. The attention of heal EiiAeoptrziors is invited to the sale of valuable prvj>ertyto be sold on Wednesday, at the Exchange, l>y SIB. JAMES A. Pubbiiax, ArcTlOKKEU.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

AX: IMMENgE -S^riE.. FIRST EDITION OF SIX THOUSAND. IVctt Edition in Press. NINTH THOUSAND IN PREPARATION. CUDJO'S CAVE. THE CRE1T NOVEL. The demand fur tbij bnok is as great invallparts of ihe country as it is in New York, Phtlabe'phia nnd New Lug and. From all parts ofj&SWeit, ano from California, by telegraph, mail and express, the ordtr> pile up faster than the books can be m-.- .de. Never has a Novel been published that hat reetived so flattering a reception. Three Edi ions (i-acb as Inrge as the aggregate sales of a common nov. 1), w.-re prepared before publication, and this scarcely flll»d advance orders. Now asthe public read this book and learn of its ^ --* INTENSE INTEREST.*i THE DEHAND IS DOUBLED. Competent Judges predict tUe Sale of at least 50,000. As a Historical Work its place is in Every Lib rary, IT ISNOT A COMMON, flashy novel, but one that may be given to the purest and most innocent child, whi e it. will be perused with delight by the ihvetente L...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

JUST RECEIVED Br ASBMEAD & EVANS, Successors to Willis P. , Hazard, No. 724 Chestnut Street, CtiDilOSCAVE. ANew Story. By J T Trowbrirj^e. anibor of "Neighbor Jacfe wood," &c. THREE MON'HS.IN THE SOUTHERN tTATKS. April Slay and june 18*!. By Lt. i iL Fremsntle, "Coid-tream Guards" THE SEC ND V.EAR OF THE WAR. By Edw. A. Pollard oi he "Richmond Eiamioer. '•' WATSON'S HANI) BOOK OF CALISTHENICS and Light Gynmasuca. Prafusely Hiuatrat 3. ¦: HFE AKD ( OREESPONDENOE OF THEO-1 ORE PAJiKE.-. By John Weiss. 2vo.umes wi'h portrait. s(i 00. INEZ. Alale ol 'he Alamo. By Augusta J. Evans, author ol "Beulab.." LIFE ><V WILLIAM H PRESCOTT. A superb Book. THEGRKsT CONSUMM VTtON. Second Seres. By Rev. John Cumming, D. D. THE WHIP, HOE AND SW RD; or. The Gall Department in'63. Bv George H.. Hepworth LYRICS OF LOYALTY. Edited by Frank Moore Th E MERCY SEAT: or. Thoughts rh, Prayer. By Augustus C. Thompacn, D. It. NEV BOOKS, NEW PHOTOGRAPHS and NEW STYLES OF FINE STAT O...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

INCORPORATED 1794. Chapter Perpetual. CAPITAL -$200,000 PROPERTIES OF THE COMPANY, FEBBUARY 1, 1S61, $525£L7,52. Marine, Fire and Island Transporlaiiofl In durance. riBEcroRs. Henry D. Sherrerd, Thomas B. Wattsort, rb-irles H: calester, Henry G Freeman, Wrlliam S. Smith, Charles S. Lewis, William R white, <- t^eoree C. Carson, t-iewgeri. Stuart, Edward C. Knight ^ Samnel Grant, Jr., lohnB. Austin. Tobias Wagner, HEURY D. SBSERERDj President! "WILLIAM HARPER, Secretary fe6-3t«.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

*- ¦ . «s .4 tt § WEIGHT & SIDDAIiL ^ No. 119 Market Street. " Between Front and Second street-!. O. W. WSIGHT. P. H. SrjJDAUl. DRUGGISTS, PHYiSICIANS, A.WD GENERAL STOREKEEPERS Can find at our establishment a full ejs-*ortment of Imported nnd Domestic Druss, jopular Patent Medicines, Points, Oo.il Oil, Window (Jlass, Prescription Vials, etc., atas low prices ns genuine^.nxEt clr.M gaeds can be sold. FINE ESSENTIAL OILS Jot Confectioners, in full varl«iy, andoi the best quality. Cochineal, Bengii lndiso, Madder, Pot. Ash, Cudbear, Soda Ash, Alien, Oil ol Vitriol, Annate. Ooppi-rsis, Extract of Logwood, 4o., FOB DYERS' use, always on hand atlowcit net ciish prices. '- SULPHITE OF LIME, for Seeping cider sweet; a perfectly harmless preparation; put up, with full directions 'ot nse, in paiefcages, containing inftleieni for one barrel. .-•*'"'¦ Orders by mail, or city post, will m*at with prompt attention, or special quotations will he furmShied when requested. WRIGHT &amp...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

$ BA'NEEES. ^i Eicbaoge on England, France and Germany, 7 3-10—5-^20 Loan and Coupons, CEETLFIGATES INDEBTEDNESS, QUARTERMASTER'S CHECKS AND VOUCHERS, American and Foreign Gold, STOCKS AND LOANS, BOUGHT AKD SOLD. •^Orders bv Mail attended to. d3-ly

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

CLARKhON& CO, BAIEEBS, No. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET, PHiL&DELPHIA. Govemment Jeeuri ies of all Issue , PURCHASED AND FOR SALE. v Stocks, Bonds and Gold, BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Interest Allowed on Deposit!. ^-COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE. fe4-lm rp$

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