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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

VALUABLE LOT. FOR SALE. We would call ihe special attention of our readers to trie navertisement io be found in another column, of a valu .ble lot of ten acres, on Mtrket anil Cli<.-»tnut' streets, West Philadelphia, ottered for sale by J. M. Gunvmey & Sons.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

REAL ESTATE SALES TO-MORROW. Sre itieiiuidtp.-gcs of 'hit nfierwon' s paper far full d scnp!i"ns of l}ie f.ruperies to be snkl ip-ni Trow, at the KxJtotirje, by James A. Frecmaii, .Auctioneer.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

STOCKS 1KB SECURITIES ^ BOUGHT, AND SOLO. * ; ON COMMISSION. BE HAYEK': & BRO., 20 SOUTH THIRD STEEET. ^feiSgKg o^& loa^ BAEEEKS, No, !2i SOU1H THIRD STREET, PHrL*i,EIjp H1[A. Government Seemi.ies of all lssue% , PVRGB&.SED AND FOR SALE Stochs, Bonds and Gold, BOTJG&T AND SOLD OK" COMMISSION. Interest Allowed on Deposits. ¦^COLLE CTIONS PROMPTLY MADE. ft4-iin rp§

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

,t \ JD-B& ci ^ ^n A* WRIGHT & SIDDALL % No. U9 Market Street. Be' ^ een i'ront and Second streets. o. w wsioB*. y. h. arj3DAr.ii. DRT'OGI^TS, PHTSICIANS, ANO GENERAL STOREKEEPERS Can find at our establishment a fnll sslortment of Imported and Domestic Drugs, popular Patent "Medicines, Paijits, Coal Oil, Window Glass, Prescription Visis. etc., at as low prices as genuine first clssz goods can be sold. FINE ESSENTIAL OILS for Confectioners, in full variety, undo; . the best quality. Cochineal, Bengal Indigo, Maddsr, Pct-Asli, Cudbear Soda Ash, Alnm, Oil Ol Vitriol, Annate; Ooywras. Extract of Logwood, &c, FOK DYERS' use, always on hand at lowtsl ^etcash prices. 9 SULPHITE OF LIME, for keeping cider sweet; a perfectly harmless-preparation; put up, with fnll dirsqtions for use, in packages, containing sufficient for one barrel. ©rdersby mail, or city post, will m*rt •with prompt.attentionor special qnota-Urns will be fnrirBSied when requested. WRIGHT * SIDDALL...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

NEW MILLINERY HOUSE. P. A. HARDIJST G & CO., fifspectlnily inform tne mercantile commnnity tnat tliey yill open, V FEBRUARY 10th, 1864, AT No. 413 Arch street, A COMPLETE STOCK OF STEAW AND MILLINERY GOODS, Sotted totietxadcandtroztthatpromptsadasis-I Inl atantirti, moderaUon m prices, good assort. | men], tosetlier witn their Ion? experience in buj sinesis (having been lor the last seven years vatk ! the house of Lincoln, Wood i: Nichols, and their I laie successors. Wood * Cary,)they may merit a ! chare of the public patronage. j *r Orders solicited by mail and promptly exei cuted. j30-lm}

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

4r -*> *? BANKERS. i lieliange on Eagiaftd, Fraae* aad Germany, 7 3-10—5-20 Loan and Coupons * v^EBTIFICATES INDEBTEDNESS, aUAETEEMASTER'S CHECKS AND YOUCHERa, American and Foreign Gold, STOCKS AND LOANS, BOUGHT AND SOLD. »"Orders b v Mail attended to. <i3-iy

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

P ' uBEMEIlI<'INALCO»LrV! ERblL^ ST AN WARD OP EXCELLENCE.— The undersigned, havinc an experience of fifteen years iu theSiicture of Cod Li ver Oil, has recently, at a larpe cost, greatly improved the process of proennne it, and now offers to the public a preparation that toy undeviating " purity, uniform freshness and superiority of preparation is unmatched. These r^sjilts, are " maintained ^ by - " the personal supervision of the proprietor, whose efforts have at once made this Oil-the standard of excellence. Physicians and others looirtng to the attainment of thp creatwt medicinal emc/iey in the shortest ttme, and thereby obviating indigestion and naas«i in the patient, can secure their purpose by the adminisrration of my Oil. 1 . CI1&.RLES W. NOLEN, ) No. 151 North Third street. _So«, also/ by Messrs. JOHN WYETH i. BROTH EK Apothecaries, at their store, No. 14 li Walnnt street, above Broad, and by Druggisia generally. / ' The Co-psMnersiilp existing between. JOH...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

^LACK SILKS., BESSQisr & SON, MOURNING STORE,] No. 918 Chestnut Street, Have opened a New Stock of tbe best Makes of GLObSY and DULL SILKS, fiom $1 25 to $4 371-2 a yaro. i " - amm^^Bm^^ma^^^t^mm^^^^m^^^a^^^mm^m^t^t^m

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

. ' ' FUkliOtFCtHS.-Officers and Soldiers, vistiiiig the Oity on Furiongtu needing SWORD S AND OTHER MlUTiVRT EQUIPMENTS are invit* d to the very, extensive Manufacturine Establishment of GEO.W. SIMONS & BRO., SANSOM: STREET HALL, Sansoni Street, above Sixth. PBESENTATIcbr SWORDS Maoe to order at the ahbrte?t notice,: which for rtebneas and magnificence challenge competition, no other honse in the country combining tht MAH'WF t\OTVB.IWG JEWELER WITH THB PRACTICAL SWORD M4KEE. feb8-lm$

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

GREEN CORN AND TOMATOES - ., > .. . Hermetically Sealed by FITHIAN & FOGrTJE, of New Jersey, are superior to all others. Their large and varied stock of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Jellies Sauces, Meats, Soups, etc., . In cane, is offered t» the 'rade at the "Lowest Market Prices, by their Sole Agents, ARCHER & REEVES WHOLESALE GEOCEBS, No. 45 North Water St, and No. 46 North Delawareavertae. fts-tf^

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

IMFOETERS OF ! WINES A2>TD LIQUORS. j LAUMAN, SALLADE 6 CO., no. 128 SOUTH NINTH STREET, BBTWSE2T CHHSTKTJT A2TB WAtlTUT, PHILADKLPHia, G. M- LAUMAR, A. M. SALLADE, J. D. BITTING. noll-3morp

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

NEW SPRING GOOBS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. A large impo tation of French Chintzes, Cambrics, Brilliants and Pique. Wholesale and letail. Lfe BOUTILLIER BROTHERS . fec-3t{ x 912 CHESTNUT ST.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

w ^^^^^ BMM^^a^ gWMaB»gn»wp M"i 'l' 'I '¦'¦¦¦ BEITJRH OF THE EXPEDITION TOWARDS EICHMOND. New Tohk, Feb. 9.—The Tribune has the following despafch: Fortress Moxroe, Va.,Feb. 8.—The expedition having returned, we are permitted to state the following facts . : Oa Saturday morning General Butler's forces, under command of Brigadier-General Wistar, marched from Yorktown by the way of New Kent Court House. The cavalry arrived at 2J o'clock yesterday morning at Bottom's Bridgejacross the Chickahominy, ten miles from Richmond, for the purpose of making a raid into Richmond, and endeavoring by a surprise to liberate onr prisoners there. The cavalry reached the bridge at the time appointed, marching in 16t hours 47 miles. A force of infantry followed in their rear, for the purpose of supporting them. It was expected to surprise the enemy at Bottom's Bridge, who had had for some time only a small picket there. The surprise failed because, as the Richmond Examiner of to-day says, " a Yan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

THIED EDITKffl. ' 3.30 O'Olocli. THE EXPEDITIOS TOWARDS EICHMOHDJ Baltimoke, Febrnary 9.—The American lias a special despatch from Portress Monroe, from C. C. Fulton, who has been np to City Point. It says: . - , The rebel flag-of-rruce steamer Schultz, with Commissioner Ould and Captain Hatch , the) truce omcer, arrived on Sunday morning at City Point. Two citizen prisoners, brought down by the Schultz, were sent on board the New York. They were both Marylanders. One of them , Mr. A. F. Breugle, of Frederick, Md., was captured at Middletown on the 20th 01 June last, whilst acting as a volunteer assistant to the SaDitary Commission, and the other, Geo. "W. Longley, of Baltimore county,was captured whilst driving a wagon of the Sanitary Commission near Chancellorsville on the 27th of November. They were released through the interposition of the Rev. Mr. Petriken. The prisoners brought exciting news from Richmond, which they represent to have been in a state of feverish exciteme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

CITY BULLETIN. BECEPTION OF GENERAL MEADE EN' INDEPENDENCE HALL. MAYOR HENRY'S SPEECH OF WELCOME AND THE GENERAL'S REPLY. Tbe public reception tendered by City Councils to Major- General George G. Meade, Commander of the Army of the Potomac, came off this afternoon in Independence Hall. The hall was tastefully festooned-with Hags, and the large silk flag presented to the city by the crew of the ' Hartford covering the entire wall on the eastern end of the room. Twelve o' clock was the hour fixed for the General to be at the Hall, but for some time previous a crowd began to gather in front of the building. The police arrangements made by Chief Rnggles were of such a character as to prevent disorder. Bv noon some two or three thousand persons were about the door, on Chestnut street, while the balcony of the American Hotel, opposite, and the windows ofthe adjoining buildings were occupied by ladies. Shortly after twelve o* clock, the members of the City Council entered the Ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

COMMERCIAL HEESE D. KELT. &SOW, STOCK BROKEBS, Be. 305 WAX MUT STEEET. SALES OF STOCKS. BEFOBE BOABDS. 100 oh Worth Pa B 100 ah Sen Nav prfd blO 37}£ D30 38 200 sh do 2 days 37 )£ 100 sh do blO 33 200 ah do - blfl 37Ji 14 sh do 37jf 200 sh do bS37}f 2O0sh do 1)6 37»i 100 »h do bfi 37ji 285,ah -do 37'i 200 ah Fulton Coal 39 »h do 3t"4 bo " 6K 100«hBeadB M'A lie ah Catawissa B 26 100 sh do b5&in S93£ 100 >h Cutawuaa pfd iiJi 500 ah do b30 no 100 sh Green Mount 200 sh do bS&int M?4 bSSdn 7 IMsh do 60. 2©0BhPhila&KrieK 100 sh do bi 60 fc30 38J; 230 sh do ' b20 60* 200»hSchNav 24Ji 100 sh do bS&lnt 69# FTBST EOABD. »3000 TJ S 6b 5-20B 104 600 ah Girard Mining 6>£ "7000 Penna 6a Siyi lOOah do o& ejj •SCOOCityeinew 103 * 100 sh do hSO 6<J 2000 Sen Nav 6s'72 100 200 sh do 6)£ II00 CamfcAm 6s'83 99^ 20S ah Little Sea B StO Sua Cnl Scrip 65 b30 48>f 9sh2d&.3dStB 79 250 sh Sob. Nav prf J M sh Lehigh Scr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

FORT OF PHUADSUHIA. FEBRTJABY 9 tig-See Marine Bulletin on JSixth Page. ARRIVED THIS DAY. Steamship Norman, Baker, 48 hours from Boston, with mdse and pasBengerB to Henry Winsor & Co On the Sth inst. 12 miles south of Barnegat, Bpoke brig E A Barnardbound to Philadelphia. Brig Ida McLeod, Veacock. 7 days from Key West, in ballast to D S fctetson & Co. Schr Oars Merrick, Montgomery, from New bern, in ballast to Captain. Pct Back.—Bark Pawnee, Capt. Johnson, from Philadelphia, bound to New Orleans, laden with coal, whilst proceeding down the Bay, grounded on Friday morning last, during a thick fog, below the Buoy on fte Brown, and sprang a leak. She floated off next tide, and returned thiB morning for iepairs. ' • : ¦ CLEARED THIS DAY. Bark Mahldn Williamson, Thompson, Key West, I) S Stetson & Co. J ¦» Bark Elton (Br), Webb,"Rarbados,E ASouder &Oo. Schr Adeline, Spragne, BoBton. do Schr Jas Satterthwaite, Long, Key WeBt .Tyler&Co Schr Cris...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

"V/TUSIOAL FUND HALL.-POSTPONEMENT OF MASTER I. EIOE'S OOIvOERT. The Concert snnounrert to take place to-morrow (Wednesday) eveninir, i" nnavoidablv postponed to WEDNESDAY EVENING, March 9, 1801. 2t} LOST—A CKR 11K10AT K of 5 per Cent. Loan of State of Pennsylvania, for S516 05, dated March 12th, 1S30, No. 754, in name of WILLIAM MEREDITH. Also, a Certificate of 5 per Cent. Loan of State of Peunsvlvania, for the sum of S200, dated June 3Uth, 1S45, No. 14.52, in name of ELI K. PRICE, Administrator of William Meredith, in Trust. Application has been made to the Auditor-General for a renewal of said Certificates. ELI K. PRICE. ieD-.lm^ No 811 Arch street. ARAFFINE WAX CANDLES—Ou OASES of the Union Coal and Oil Co.'s manufacture (late Blattfnnai; & Co.) now in Store and for-sale by th, undersigned, sole agrat, KENDRI0K) fe!)-5t* No. 125Walnut Street WO REMARKABLE SERMONS. BY REV. DUDLEY A. TTNG. I...-' OUR COUNTRY'S TROUBLES. A Sermon preached in the Church of the Epiphany, Ju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

,, , ,, ¦ m ¦ PHILADELPHIA MARKETS Tcusdav, Feb. 9.—The Flour market ia rather more active and the sales comprise a few hundred barrels for exportation at $7 25@7 62X^1 barrel for low grade and good Penna. and Ohio extra family* 4C-o.b.irrels choice at $S 25,1600 barrels Broad Street JlillBaod 1500 barrels fancy on terms kept' private. Small sales forthe supply of the retailers and bakers at $6 2S@6 80?) barrel for superfine, $1@7 V2<4 for extras,*? 37K@S for extra family and *S $0 to $10 for fancy lots—according to quality. ' Tho receipts, although small, are ample for the demand. There is nothing doing in Eye Flour and Corn Meal to fix quotations, and but little of either here. The Wheat market is dull at the late decline. Small saleB ofEed at $1 65@1 68 $ bushel,and White at *1 8fi@l 95. There is but little Rye coming in and Penna. is worth $1 33. Corn is in steady demand and further sales of 4IS00 bushels yellow are reported at $1 10J4@1 12—part afloat and part iu B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

IMP0ETATI0NS. _.. ' .. Reported for the Philadelphia Evening Bulienn. BOSTON—Steamship Norman, Captain Baker—41 cs shoes Almy & Slate; 32 cs mdse J B BuasierS Co; 73 cs ehoea Boker & Bio; 14 anchors E WBSrrston; 29 cs oiloloth O M Bailey; 98 bblB hams Washington Butcher; 72 bales mdse B W Chase &. Son; 85 cs shoes A M Conover; 6 ct mdse DeOoursayHimilton.& Evans; 7 ca shoes Early & Harris; 20 bales mdse Frothingham & WellB; 38 bxs ohr stock Farson & Davis: 2 cs Bhdes A H Foster; 74 bales and oases dry goods Farnham, Klrkham & Coi .297 e.a shoes P Ford & Co; 35 do E L Fuller; 66 do 0 M F*y; 109 cs oilcloth A H FranoiBCUB; 42 cs shoes Graff & Watkins; 65 do J B Harmer; 99 ca dry hides J SoweUSc Co; 11 cs shoes A O Harmer; 3l;bxs flsh J A Hopkins: 76 «b shoes E A Hendry; 66 do Hibbler, Keith * Co; 28 do Haddock, Reed &Co;3!9 bdls iron 0 fcammoEd s. Son; S.kegs emery J O Hand & Co; ...

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