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

I 1 MEDIOAIi. LYONiS PERIODICAL DROPS NEVER FAIL TO (TORE THE SUFFEBIRQi -TON'S PERIODICAL DROPS an a apeclflo for all female d-BotUUe-_,YOHT' S PERIODICAL DROPB are wonderfuUy adapted to ebstinate casta. i - . . ¦ . j LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS . lie not pleasant to take, butpoweriul la Uveii rations. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS .over harm any one if they foUow the diractto-*. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,. n cases of painful sickness, act like a charm, in ylgoratuig, restoring and renovating the system. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are a scientifically prepare fluid preparation, and more reUable than any Pill or Powder. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are genuine only, when the name of Doctor John L. Lyon Is written upon the direction-, which an J wrapped carefully around each bottli. ' t LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are for sale by druggists In city and country everywhere. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS ooitbut one doUar perbottle; wUl you waste away with anxiety and pain, when Investment of ont doUar will...

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

TSATELINfl GUIDE. ft !___ £_______? .viSS; 4»««ANGEMENTS OF SS:_!l ^___NEW YORK LINES. 1864 ihe Camden and Ambcyand Philadelphia and Crenton Railroad Companies' Lines from Fhilaielphia to New York and Way Places. ' FROM WALNUT STREET WHARF, W ill leave as follows, viz: p____ i.t6A. M., via Camden and Amboy, O. and A. Accommodation C2 35 it 8 A. M., via Camden and Jersey Olty, Morning ExpreSB ...... 3 6* At 8 A. M., via Camden and Jersey Olty, 2d Class Ticket........;... 3 25 \t 12 M., via Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Accommodation 2 25 At 2 P. M.,' via CamderWand Amboy, O. and A. Express 3 6« At 1 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation (Fieightand Passenger) 1 75 A.t 6, P.M. via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation (Freight and Passenger), 1st. Class Ticket 2 25 idCiassdo. 150 At7X P. M., via Camden and Amboy Accommodation (Freight and Passenger's) 1st Class Ticket..:.... -.. 3 25 2d Clas do I 58 For Mauch Chunk, Allentown, Bethlehem, Belvidcre, Easton, L&mbertvUle, ...

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

^ra-AV EIJNG^ ___-.fi^___-__ SHADING RAILROAD. fifiSB PBTT^i-<?T w„? :EEAT TRUNK LINE ' OF PTwflvT^_^A ' 'ro THE INTERIOR O __0_Lf^I^__A i NN^C^MB__! 1'- LAND • JWJ»"_«^^t^__ ?B - KORTH, NORTHWEST AND THE CANABAH ¦ ¦ ¦ PASSENGER TRAINS - (S*- m» MORBTING- MAIL, At 8.15 A. M., fpr Reading, Lebanon TtnTri« burg, Pottsville, Pinegrove Tanrno^^Sunbn?? Williamsport, ElmiraRochester, fSjg_r^F___ ? Buffalo, Allentown, Wilkesbarre, Pittsten. York Carlisle, Chambersburg, Hagerstown, 4c to This train connects at READING with the East Pennsylvania Railroad trains for Allentown4» and with the Lebanon Valley train for Harrisbure ic: at PORT CLINTON with Catawissa Rail road trains for Wilkesbarre, Williamspoi."* , Lock Haven, __mir_, ice. j at HARRISBURG with Northern Central, Cumberland Valley, and SchuylMU and Susquehanna trains, lor Northumberland, WUliamsport, York, Chambersburg, Pinegrove, _c. AFTERNOON EXPRESS. Leaves Philadelphia at 3.30 P. M. for Reading, Pottsville, Pinegrov...

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

MEDIOAL. ¦ '„ /CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, ' CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, . CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER, GONSTITUTION(WATER, , CONSTITUTION WATER, THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THEONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOB THE ONLY KNOWN REMEpY F®R THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR DIABETES, STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS, j GRAVEL, IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER. INFLAMMA...

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

MEDICAL. V ". -- - ' _ JU MELLE?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 so salutary as a cough medicine, so potent as an in - vigbrator, soeffectualasapurifying specific, aud so shooting and restorative in cases of physical debility, nervous irritation and a general sinking or a prostration of the system. For sale by the proprietor, F. JUMELLE, No. 1525 Market street, and by all Druggists. ffe4-3m$ STEAOK'S DIPHTHERIA LOZENGES.-These Lozenges are a safe and speedy cure for Diphtheria, ConghsSere Throat, Hoarseness and Bronchial AffectionB generally. Try them. THOMAS ESTLAOKJr., Druggist, S. W. cor. of Eighteenth and Market sts., Phila. ja28-3mj| TjlLEOTRlOITY WHAT IS LIFE WITHOUT HEALTH. Messrs. GRIM and ALLEN, Medical Electricians, formerly associated with Professor Bollei and Galloway, having dissolved partnership, the pract...

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

¦_—^MM_—¦————____________¦___,_—1—— EMM PROPOSALS. I ' : PROPOSALS FOR TIMBER AND MATERIALS FOR THE NAVY. Navt D_PAKT_rEirr, BCBEAU OP COSETBCCTION AND R-PAIH, Jannary231864. SEALED PROPOSALS to furnish timber and materials for the Navy for the fiscal year ending JuneOt, 1664,.will be received air the Bureau of Construction and Repair, until 10 o'clock of the 22d ol February next, at which time the opening will be c< mmenced. Proposals mustbe Indorsed "Proposals for Timber and Matei ials for the Navy,'' that they may be distinguished from other business letters, aud directed to the Chief oi the Bureau of Construction ana Rtpair. The materials and articles embraced in the classes named are parUcularly described in the printed schedules; any of which will be furnished to such as desire to offer, -n application to the commandants ol the respective jardsor to the navy agent nearest thereto, and those of aU the yards upon application lo the Bureau. This division into classes...

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

^RAVELINS GU-BB. ' ' ¦¦: ' . -' - - ., ; _SS E_____SS»5 WEST JERSEY RAILRQAD _B_____^§_iS— Rumaiug time or trains, com. meiieuif FRit>AY- Jan.], 1881. ^ROM WALNUT STREET WHARF* ~ For eapeMayat 9A. M. Returning at 6 A. M. ForMilleville, ic, at 9 A M. and3P. M. Be-¦ ' ¦ ' • ' turning at fi 09 A-M. and I 10 P. M. ' For Er.dgeton, &:c., at 9 A. M. audi P-M. Beturning at 6.30A. M. and 1 30P. M. For Salem, tcat »A. M. and 3 and 4 P. M. . ^turning at 4 and 8 A. M. and 1 10 P. M. For f '•urv, &c, at 9 A. M. and 3, i and 6P. M. Returning at 7. DO, 7.4S, 9.S8 A.M. and 3 45P.M. j. VAN RENSSELAER, Superintendent. SALEM RAILROAD. Running ol trains, commencing FRIDAY, Jan. l, 1864. .- ' - "-: ¦:¦ Erom Walnut Street Wharf at9 A M. and3 and 4 P. M. Freight 12 M. Returning, leave Salem at 4 and s A. M, and 1.10 P. M. m ™el" daily eash way. Apply to MORTON _ii_L S,rAgent,2d Covered Pier aboveTValnntst. J. VAN RENSSEI_AER, Superintendent. 0 B?? MA JANU MILLVILLE RAILRO...

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

REAL ESTATE SALES. M EXVCUTOR'S SALE:—Estate of JOHN WALTON deceased.—THOMAS Ac SONS, Auctioreers.—Valuable FARM, 99 Acres,, near PaohCHESTER COUNTY,. PA., to b* divided and sold as two Farms:—Ou TUESDAY, February Oth igt>4. at 12 o'clock Noon, will be sold"at Public Sale, at tbe PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE, the following described property, viz: No.'l.—S4 ACRES, WITH IMPROVEMENTS. —All that valuable Farm,1 situate in Easttown township, Chester county, -Paicontaining 24 acres of excellent land, well fenced, -and on which are the following improvements: A large Stone Mansion, a new spring house over a never.failing spring; good barn, and other nesessary outbuildings; apple orchard, of choice fruit, a fins stream oi water passes through the premises. j The situation a desirable one, within sight of the Paoh station on the Pennsylvania Railroad, in the vicinity of churches, schools, stores, &c. ! B_>\ Will be shown by the Executor, residing ou tho premises. * ¦ No...

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

EDUCATION. COPYING AN U LETTER WRITING— Letters written for Latiics by a Lady,, and Copying of Manuscripts, &c, on very reasonable term-':' Ladies may: take Lessons in Writing Letters, showing tbem the proper mode of address, and ihe most polite and fashionable lormsotlette.r writing. Manuscripts copied in different hand writings at short notice. . Call or addressREDNER Street, near Oxford, sixth bouse above Twenty-second. fe4-6t OWDOIN COLLEGE. ' MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. The 44th Annual Course of Lectures in the MEDICAL SCHOOL OF MAINE, at Bowdoin College, will commence February 2fith, and continue sixteen'weeks. Circulars containing f njl information can bo had op application to the Secretary, at iVMiamstown, Mass. P. A. CHADBOURNE, M. D., Secretary. Bbukswick, 1c64. . ¦ fel-lSt RENUH AND ENGLISH BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for loung Ladies. The second term ol the season commences FEBRUARY 1st. F£r ~ ',1 r rc ,5. lars'aPPly to the Misses BUCK, 1417 SPRUCE street. . ja30-12t* ...

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

COTTON SAIL DUCK, COTTON CANVAS of every weightfrom one to two feet wide, • all numbers: heavy and light RAVENS DUCK ASHLAND TOPSAIL and other Awning Twill-Paper Felting, Sa Twine, &c. j For sale by W. EVERMAN 4: CO. | - __38-ly afo.138 Jones's aU*t

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

ilMUSE-J-NTS. MERIOAN ACADEMY OF -CUS-IC., ~~ GEBMANOPERA. :. Flist Night of the ' Se&son, MOND AY EVENING-, Feb. 8th. Tho German Opera Company, whose operatic season in Philadelphia during the present winter gave such universal satisfaction, announce another season, introducing to the public severa'. r-vvr operas never before given in this country-. The flret opeia wiU be Nicolal's MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, In which Herr HERMANNS, HerrHflRMiNNS, The Celebrated Basso, late ot Her Majesty's Theatre, London, will appear as FALSTAF.F, FALSI A FF, A character in which he has no superior.' The Opera will be given with the following splendid cast: Mrs. Fluth .- Mad. JOHANNSEN Mrs. Reich , Mad/Frcderici MissArria Reich .............M'lle Canissa Mr. Fluth \ .Herr steiuecue »r. Reich,...- ...> ; ..Herr draff Feuton " „ ......Heir Habelmann Kpaerlich rr Herr Haim»r Dr. Caius; Heir Kfouield Conductor... CARL ANSCHUiZ. During the season tlio following operas will be given ...

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

iasr uiviutuuu ui uiuu IHE HEW NAVY YABD OW TEE DELAWARE On Saturday , oy _ u - of prominent residents of Delaware county, the Naval Committee of tbe TJ. S. Senate, together with Philadelp hfans representing the business interests of this city, assembled at Thurlow's Station, on the Philadelphia, "Wilmington and and Baltimore Railroad, nearChester. The object of the excursion was to visit the site ofthe proposed Navy Yard, a mile or two belowthat towns - ----so to compare it with tie League Island site. Among the gentlemen present were Senators Hale of New Hampshire, Hicks , of Maryland, TOUey. - Of-TF-st Virginia, Eam-Bay of Minnesota, Cowan of Pennsylvania,and John M. Broomall, Member of Congress from the Seventh Congressional District. The House Naval Committee did not attend the meeting, either from want of invitation, or inability to leave Washington. Judge _elley, iowever, was on hand. Among other Delaware county gentlemen present were S. M. Felton, Esci-, President of t...

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

THE BATTLE OF BE-TYSBITEG—GEHEBAL HANCOCK. To the Editor of ihe Evening Bulletin :— When a quack tries his medicine upon a patient and kills him, he is indictedand punished for malpractice, and all the medical profession as well as the rest of the world cry out against the folly of a man attempting to practice in a profession he knows ndthing about , especially when a human life is involved. We scarcely expect to hear orthodox doctrine from the pulpit when the preacher has not been educated to the ministry, and no man can enter our courts and practice law unless he has been regularly licensed. No ship owner ever thinks of entrusting his vessel, cargo and passengers to the care of one not brought up to the sea, and yet in what is now confessedly the most difficult profession in the world , the military, we too often see the lives and welfare of thousands of men committed to those who have-not the first qualification for the office. And_ strange to say, this course is passively ...

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

THE GREAT TRIUMPH OF MRS. M. G. Ztlli i\V"NJ S --TWot.-.rvh' - 'Ri-*! ^Ji•^(»n^-P^'- -, ' rttr^y all quickery. Read carefully the following certiric.v.es, tendered me tor the benefit of all suffering humanity G_orc_sT_R, N. J., Jan. 30, 1S04. I, Mr. William Lee, of Gloucester, Camden county, N J., do certify that my wife, Ellen, has been suffering aeverely with a complication ot diseases tor eight years. The first symtom of duease was a womb complain*, on its first appearance she was confined * to her bed for seven weeks; diseases of various kinds set in one after another, till my wife was an enti.-e wreck. She has been uuder the treatment .of ten of the first physicians, all jpf whom failed to render her any relief, an't she was fast sinking in the arms ot death. It is more than four years since she was able to a'.t-end to household duties. I have been compelled to employ a housekeeper. "We had given up doctoring as useless. Most piovidentially and through ihe blessing of God...

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

¦ AMUSEMENT3. G_UV_~'S CHESTNUT ST. THEATRE. < - ¦¦' LEONARD aHOVER Manager -JJPNDAY' February: Btlent, " ;' THE TICKET-Ot'.LfcAVE MAN. titJ?2 TlCKET-OF-LEAVE^MiN DRAMA pmttoV. , AN ENTHUSIASTIC SUCCESS. - ' AN ENTHUS1ASTIO SU-OESS . " t THE LOFTY MORAL S " ; inculcftted by the Tombing l>rama of - _ THE-TIOKET-OF-LEAVE MAN, Pervades in ltatcachihKS • ' EVERY OL ASS OF SOCIETY. The better classes feel and respond to the admonitjon. -i BE KIND TO THE ERaiNH! : THE FAST LADS OF THE TOWN ; Are wholesomely and forcibly impressed with the danpersbeEevting their paths nnd BR1ERLY* S WARNING VOICE TO SAM Falls on heeding ears. Tbe humanitariun finds a new field for pu Ian. thropy. The discipline of prisons receives a wholesome change. v . . " Crime lessens in frequency when ihe criminal discovers that he is not wholly lost. Numerous instances of pilfered money restored, of crime'repentedhave been already impute! in America .- - the effects of tbe • TICKET-OF-LEAVE MAN. ,...

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

-WANTS. .4 ANTED—Two ilrst-class SALESMEM, acquainted with City and near Country Trade in a Jobbing Hosiery and Notion House. Address Box 2S54 Philadelphia Post Office. fe0-3t* EMPLOYMENT.—WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN, about middle age, in modera e heal h, a situation as Collector, in a Bankinghouse,-Insurance, or ether mercantile business. Silary expected, moderate. Reference if required. Please address »t this office, '' Experience.' Ie6-Gt EAFGE FIRST-CLASS SERVANTS' EMPLOYMENT HOUSE has always a good selection of capable, civil WQMEN and GIRLS, for family servants and Hdlelerand every branch of usefulness, to snit all. 735 SANSOM street. Conducted by a respectable American E'-dy. ¦ fea-Ot* fp| WANTED—On the first of April next, in Bin the city or immediate vicinity, a DWELLING HOUSE, with back but dings aid modern improvements. Hem not over SS00. Address Box ttop Post Office. fe3-3t* J?-^HFD A^A LA.RGE HOUSE, FURMr.rv*!S?E ?™8S UNFURNISHEDWITH tw^in TS„, «h MP^°IEMENTS' loeaiion ht s...

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

e-M-_-_-_-____MMM^^^____^_r^—^^^^^^ ^aa-JJnw jyiJTLIT ARYAND NAVAL CLAIM AGENTS: ISt°ieI, . ]^_2RT' «-w- --i i-lfE^NEY , S^^OW,o WYNKoOP * SUBSISTENCE No. 115 S. Seventh street. CLAIMS Below Chestnut street * PASSPORTS. de9-3_$ Philadelphia. UPONT'S GUNPOWDER.—SUPERFINM Sporting and aU other kinds of Eagle Gunpowder. Gunpowder for blasting and shipping ¦ also, Government Proot for ordnance and military service; Cannon, Mus-et and Rifle Powder, for »«olBy,w_I__I__: S. <rBAKT, -WHoutt. _«u. ~»»aTi_,__.

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

ALMERI A GRAPES. -^Choice Almerla Grapea In large clusters and first order, for sale by M. F. SPILLIN, N. "W. corner Arch and Eighth streets. ¦ - O OFFEE.—Prime old Government Java Coffee; alco, Maracaibo, La Gnayra, Rio, &"., «*J sale by M- F. SPILLIN, N.. W. corner Arch and Eighth streets, v MACOARONI AND VERMIOELM.-*»»*» Maccaroni and Vermicelli ojrsnE^?? fl^ just landed and for sale by M. JF. 5F____-K, «. w. corner ArcH and EiKbtk street-.

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

. . BOABPINQ. _J r t-rtfSSPESP ^SIUKNOE, 103! wafiut BoiBs ^ been opened for thS reception of or°^f^i^^I 00mB and B^es ^d0 wi-i

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

Will most positively be ready in a few days. THE EAB,; Its Diseases and Their Treatment, BY DR. VON B-QSCHZISKEB, OCULIST AUD ATJRIST. The work is handsomely illustrated with numerous Anatomical and Pathological Engravings, an thevarious causes ot Deafness; and their appropriate He&tment, aie most accurately described. Illustrations of all Instruments necessary lor ex a-mination of the Ear, ard those employed in t5s-Treatment. Accurate directions aud advice how to puard against the ' > direct causes which produce Deaf-ess A new " method of treating certain cases of Deatcess that havehithert be?n considered incurable, etrch as partial or total des ruction of the Tj'mpannm, Drum of the Ear, Nervous Deafress, A very elaborate Glossary, ¦with lull explanations, is given at the end. The work will be invaluable to the Medical Profession ard be read with profit and interest by the public at layge. 'the work will be in one handsome octavo volume, extra cloth, 350 pages. Pri...

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