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

KENDALL' S _ AM B O L I N E FORTHEHAIBV AMBOLINE MOISTENS, BEAUTIFIES, ODORATES, IjENGTHENS, " INVIGORATES, NOURISHES, EMBELLISHES, THE HAIR. A purely vegetable compound, made entirely from stimulating extracts of Roots, Herbs and Flowers. It prevents the hair falling oat or turning prematurely grey. Ladles who desire a luxuriant bead of hair, should not fall to give the Amuolin* atrial. Pric«.'*l per box containing two bottle*, prepared only by KENDALL & OO. No. 50S Broadway, New York. Agents in Fhlladerphia, JOHNSTON, HALLOW AY Ai OOWDEN deS-3m< No. 23 North Sixth street. J IT ILITARY ANI> NAVAL CLAIM AGENTS. PENSIONS, 1 »W Promptly collected and BOdNTIES, procured by BACKPAY, BIGELOW, WINKOOP & PKIZE MONEY, OO. SUBSISTENCE No. 115 S. Seventh street, CLAIMS Below Chestnut street, PASSPORTS. J de9-3m{ Philadelphia. ET YOUR STAMPING, BRAIDING, EMBROIDERY and Tambouring done at CAMERON'S, 228 North EIGHTH street and j 506 South SIXTH street. Ladles' un...

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

MlSSOTJEl "" lTEMS. West Point, Jackson county, near the Kansas line, is said lo have been burned by bushwhackers on the 26th ult. A citizen"»of Hannibal, whose slaves lately ran away, has since received from them a Bible, and the request that he "should read it regularly." ' Gentry county has furnished her quota of colored volunteers. Nearly all the able-bodied male blacks of the county started yesterday (Wednesday) morning for St. Joseph, iu charge oi Captain G. T. Kenyon, Assistant Provost Marshal. They passed out of town singing "Old John Brown" and the "Battle Cry of Freedom"—free men, ou their way to fight oppression and wrong—aud proudly conscious of the fact. How have-the mighty fallen ! Where are the men who throe years ago ruled here in the name of "Slavery," and "Southern Rights," and awed all their opposws with the cry of "Abolition?" Yesterday some of them looked smilingly on, "glad to be rid of the nigger." He has come to be a thorn in their sides and a weapon in...

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

STOVES , HEATEBS, &Ol ¦ «. THOMSON'S LONDON KITCHENER jgm or EUROPEAN RANGE, for families, Cjl hotels or public lnstiiutions, in TWENTY ^R5 DIFFERENT SIZES. Also, Philadelphia Ranges, Hot-air Furnaces, Portable Heaters, Lowdown Grates, Firehoard Stoves, Bath Boilers, Stew-hole Plates, Broilers, Cooking Stoves, &c, at wholesale and retail, by the manufacturers. CHASE, SHARPE & THOMSON, anl6-tn th s-Omt No. 2QU North Second street. TH OMAS S. DIXON, Late Andrews & Dixon, Ho. 1324 CHESTNUT streetrrulad«lphlv Opposite United States Mint, Manufacturers of LOWDOWN, PARLOR, CHAMBER, OFFICE, AND OTHER GRATES, For Anthracite, Bitumicoaa aad Wood Flro* ALSO, WARM AJB FTJRNAUES, Tot 'warmlBg public and private bulldinjs, REGISTERS, VENTILATORS, AMD CHIMNEY GAPS, COOKING RANGES, BATH BOILERS, 60.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. tot*

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

A CA&I>. The undersign»d,af'er twenty years' experience with the honse of Cornelius t Baker, re^peufnlly solicit* the confidence and patronage of hisiriends and the public. Ihe Arm with which beia this day associated, is too -well known, to need any testimonial from bim ; hrn be is warranted in stat.ne, that thQ y have perfected snch arrangements at their manufactory and salerooms, as Will enable t.-.em io iurnish goods of the best styles and quality and on the most favorable teims. ~ ' BENJAMIN THACK&EA. Pmuprxririi, Feb. 1, 1501. . ie-2 tuths,12t)

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

_^ TRUSSES. MR S. JAMES RF.TTS' S nET.PHP ft T^Tl SUPPORTERS FOR LADIES, and the only Supporters nnder Medical patronage. Ladies and Physicians are respectfnUy requested to call only on Mrs. BETTS, at her residence1039 WALNUT street, Philadelphia (to avoid counterfeits), thirty thousand invalids having been advised by their physicians to use her appliances. Those only are genuine bearing the United States Oopywrighl Labels on the box and signatures also en the Supporter's -with TestlrwonlalH. rtuth

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

CH OCOLATE.—WALTER BAKER t OO.'S Chocolate: Cocoa and Broma; single, double and triple vanilla; alsoOrid Cocoa and Cocoa SheUs, £ store and for sale by|WM, S. GRANT, iw Soum De-a^aw WHsitm.

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

CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF HEW MAYES, COTSTSf. BBANCH OFFICE IN THIS CITY} No- 409 Walnut Street CASH CAPITAL & ASSET?, $330,500. JOSEPH TILLINGHAST, Agent. Philaoelpiiia, February 6th, leal. A Card. We, tha undersigned, talcs pleasure in recommending the OITlt FIRE INSUKANCE COMPANY of New Haven, Oonnec'icut. toihecidzensof Philadelphia, witb t.e FULLasaurance, that all transactions with this Company will be eminently satisfactory to the assured. E. O. Scranton, Pres. Elm City Bans:, New Haven, Conn. - _ : A. T. Lowe, Pres. Safety Fund Bank, Boston, Mass. > M. Day Kimball, Pres. Atlas Bank. Boston, Mass. . James M. Boebe Jr. Co.. BostonMass. Faulkner, Kimball tc Co., Boston, Mass. Homer Bartlett, Treas. Massachusetts Mills, Lowell, Msss. William Dwight, Treas. -Saco Mills, Eaco, Me. George Bites« Co , New York City. WiUlmanHc Linen Co., New York Oity.. Lontstreet, Bradford &. Co , New York City. J. B. Lippincott Jr. Co., Philadelphia. H. P. &W. ...

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. RETAIL DEPARTMENT. M'CALLUM&CO. Beg leave to inform the public that they ha* leased the old established Carpet Store, No. 519 CHESTNUT STREET , i Opposite Independence Hall, FOE A EETALL DEPAETKEHT, "Where they are now opening A NEW ST O CK , OP IMPOETED AND AMERICAN CAEPETS, Emb- ticing the choicest patterns of AXSIINSTEK, IT AP EST BY OAK Ro\AL WILTON, I PETS. "VELVET, I BRUSSELS CAEPETS VENETIANS. Together with a full assortment of everything pertaininatotlieCarpet Business. ja30-tft

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

" GEO. N. HARVEY & SON, STOCK . BUOKERS, No. SIS Walnut Street. i GEO N. HARVEY has this day taken into I partnership his son MILTON L. HARVEY. Tha business will hereafter be conducted by GEO. N. HABVEY&SON. GEQ N . HAEVEY . **-'**»^^^ MJL^NfcHARVfeY^_ P. P. KELLY. B- K. JAMISON. P. F. KELLY & CO., < Bankers and Exchange Brokers, NORTHWE ST CORNER OP THIRD AED CHESTNUT STS., PHILADELPHIA. <«ia.am8 i f-rw-M-.r-iJ-_r_ r_r.x „ „ - . .

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

1864, SPEING 1864. Gtl&EtlHO MILLS,? GERMANTOWN, PA, M'CALLTJM & CO., Manufacturers, Importers and Wholesale Seaiere '- ' '• IN OAEPETINGrB, OIL CLOTHS, &c. Warehouse, 509 Chestnut st„ jaso ?f PP08ite Inde ^ eilde ^^alL .

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

iiiETEKPEi^E MILLS. ATWOOB, SALSTQU & CO., MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALB DEALERS IN C1KPETOGS, Oil Cloths, Matting's, Ac, Ac, Warehoase, QW Chestnut Street, ^ AND 616 Jayne Street. febl-3m»

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

EDWARD P, KELLY. JOHN KELLY, TAILORS, 612 CHESTNUT ST. LATE THIRD STREET AB. "WALNUT, Keeps constantly on band a large assortment Cf NEW and STAPLE GOODS, PATT1BIT OVERCOATS AND. Warm Sack and Business Coats, FOR SALE AT Bednced Prices. TERMS CASH-Prices lower than other Ons^ toraer Tailors. ); ...«..¦*»«?* TO LET—Up Stairs of 612 And 61* OueBtaw 8t.

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

HEAVT CANTON FLANNEL» AKB 8TANDAEB DRILLS. FOB SALE BY grotiMba^tamA WriUbrj US. - -. B. . .' " . , The Universal Spring Bed, easiest* cheap, est and best in use. Hair, Palm and Husk Mat. tresse?, Feather Beds. Comfort and Spreads, FHILBROOK * OO., *eci-3n«» No.9Son.t3»Setoftth8tjfeBV

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

i ol ihe NY smmm^KKstasmmammeamaammseaixsaxmsmfmmiBnmKeamm IMPORTANT FBOK NEW OBLEAUS. [t-o.-ie^ponden«»- . . Herald. J New Orleans, Feb: 1, lb&!.—Two officers, who arri ietfiu this city tile morning Jrum Natchez, escaped from TyierTexasabout five weeks ago, after having traveled o*er three bundled aud fifty miles through the enemy 's country, and beeu one fconth in accomplishing that distance. The following is a history of their ad ventures, taken from their own lips:. * Lieutenant J. W. Green, of Company E, and Lieutenant J. A. Whitsitof. Company I. 26:h Indiana, Lieutenant Colons ' Leake, commanding, weie tal'en piisoners at the BlGrganza affair, near Morgan's bend, on the Mississippiwhich your initit-rs will remeaiber occurred in the eaTlv uart oi'October last. Four hundred and fifty.nine others, including Lieutenant Colonel Lake, were also csptured. Arriving at AlexandriaLa., about one hundred miles di-tm;t, olficev^ Hndmeu were crowr ed in to the Court House, whe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

t ! CITY BULLETIN. aiALXj UX XXIXj <"._„iUU.2i.&i JCttt X_l_ HAX AT THi, BULLETIN OFFICE. 9 <-.. M., 27- ..12M.v31° IX P. M.. 33-Minimum Tern tieroture during la^t -H hours, 23s Weather cloudy—Wind Northwest. The FfE«r TTabd MrsrERT.—The evidence t:'ken yesterd.iy b y Coroner Taylor in the case of Jsmes Ha ' ckett, the soldier -who met with snch a mysterious death, ; is published elsewhere in today' s paper. The affair is as.-uming more and more the appeal ance 01 a murder. At a former meeting, of the jury, it will be remembered, the prisoner, Augustus Ford, according to the evidence was seen in company with a soldier on Second street, below Wharton, about eleven o'clock on Friday night. The testimony of yesterday shows that at a few minutes before " eleven o'clock on Friday night Ford purchased an ounce of laudanum a*. Gen. Ileilly's drug store at Second and Wharton streets, and said that he wanted it for a sick brother, but his mother testified that she...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

THE "DAVENPORT SOYS." , SPIRITUALISM, CREDDXIf Y, HITHBTTGGSBY, BLASPHEMY, FOLLY AHD TOMFOOLERY. One William Shakspeare, poacher and playwright, who was born npon the banks of the Avon, and died there A. D. 1616, "was," as the Western editor generously said, "a writer of acknowledged ability and no little OTiginali^y," and withal a pretty gooS judge of human nature and at times somewhat prophetic in his sayings. We were impressed forcibly with this fact last night, as we sat upon a front bench at the Assembly Building, waiting to get fifty cents' worth of spirituaTiEm, per the "Davenport Boys." Theatoiesaid fchakspeaie must have had a glimmering of some such scene when he.made Glendower say: *l I caa call spirits from the vasty deep.'' And we sympathized with the daredevil Hotspur in his reply: ' 'And so can I and so can any man; lut will then conit .*" a* The ' 'Davenport Boys'' improve upon the Welch knight, for they call their spirits from any where, and Ihey do come to the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

«¦ _=» MITCHELL LODGE, 230, A. T. M. LkS Special Meeting', on Thursday eTenlng, « o'clock, Germantown. fel0.2t* WILLIAM F. SMITH, W, M. f*_=> MEROANTILB LIBRARY.—The annuil |£§ Election of Officers of this institution will ¦be held at the LIBRARY, on TUESDAY, February 16th, between the hours of 4 and 8 P. M. The adjourned annual meeting of the stockholders to consider the proposed alteration of the Charterjacd other business, will be held on WEDNESDAY EVENING, February 24th, at 7„ o'clcck. JOHN SARTA1N, Jr., ielO-OW Rets. Secretary. «Y=» OFFJ CE ' OF ASSISTANT TREAikS SURER U. S., PniLDKLrHiA, Feb. 10, IfcSl.—To save detention in the payment of Coupons due 19th inst., holders of twenty or more may deposit the same for -verification, with their schedulesone week prior to that date. Checks for the amount due will be ready for delivery, at the opening ol business hcurs on the 19th inst. ARCHIBALD McINTYRE, felu-7t,rp§ ] Assistant Treasurer!.. S. rv^=> THE ANNUAL ME ETIW...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

1 uiim. ¦ bilji ¦ iliimw * ''''"'-'¦''¦'¦^—¦^TlgTl—_—_,_—n__MWBMII tv-^» THE " MERCHANTS AND BANKlO FES'" COMMITTEE OF THE SIXTH WAED BOUNTY FUND acknowledge the receipt -ef 1 he following subscriptions: COMMITTEE. D. C. A.'CLABKE, Chairman. " WM. H. BARNES, Treasurer, JOHN HAEROLD, H. C. BOND, JAS. J. SWOYER. Sower, Barnes&Co, S5 CO Blum, Ran & Co, S 00 Brooke _ Fuller, 5 'JO Peiper & Markley, 5 00 ¦David Faust & Co, 5 GO Hirsch & Gerstley, 5 00 Simon Shloss, 5 00 Feustman&KanilmanSOO Wm. S. Weil„Co.,5 CO J. O. Price, 5 00 Mindil _ Bro. b 00 Cooper,. Parham & C. A. Thudinm 5 00 "Work, 5 00 David Samuels & .Tohn Mi Larkin, 5 00 Son 5 00 Snyder.-Grubb & Co.5 00 M. Eosenbach_ Co, 5 00 M. M. Marple, 5 00 L.Furth, 5 001E..A. Hendry, 5 00 .loseph S. Dell, 5 00 Hagen, Boyd Is Co., 5 00 Field' _ Cogley, 5 OOjGeorg-e Jordan, 5 00 Danenhower _ Sc- Iungerich _ Smith, 5 Ou verin, 5 00 B. K. Sonder, 5 00 S. Dryfoos k Co.,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

unXi lJDHlHUii—xemuaij iuicvii JfflABBIED. Tt-rr^- TT1T-* 1-lT^T-»T»l.Tr5_T7«T_ Tl-l- -.. „ _-_ AlU .-«__« — IV— ^ v :», y the Rev. J. H. A. Bordberger, D. D., Theodore O. Chler to Miss Amanda M. Deringer. No cards. ; * WATT—WISNER—February 5th, by the Eqv. John Brash, John Watt, of New York city, to Annabell C Wisner, of Philadelphia. DIED. BROWN—On the 9th inst., John Brown, M. D., in the 71st year of his age. His friends and family are invited to attend his funeral from tee residence ot his son-.m-law, No. 329 Reed streeton Thursday afternoon, at two oclock. Intermont at Ronaldson's Cemetery. * DAVIS—On Monday evening, tith instant, Marian, daughter of Wm. F. aud Mary T. Davis, aged a years and 10 months. . Funeral from the residence of her father, No. 1024 Wistar streeton Thursday afternoon, the 11th instant, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Laurel Hill Cemetery. j * PICK EL—On the Sth, Mary Kern, wife of Casper Pickel. The relatives of the family are affectionately invited to a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 10 February 1864

uttxouriii iuii tins JFBOM ABKAHSAS. n , reoruaryo.—uap' u. n.. . sell, A. A. G. on the staff of the rebel General WlDlam L. Hunter, was brotrghc in a prisoner to-day. He was captured on the 30th nil. Gen. Hunter.is a son of Senator Hunter, of Virginia, and has been assigned for the present to an Indian brigade, under Cooper. Captain Russell -was going to join him with a small escort when he was captuTed. He is a young man of tine appearance and deUrmincd bravery. Ha says but little as to the movements and strength of the enemy. l Price is still at Long Wood, west of Camden. He has superseded Holmes in command of the rebel Department of Arkansas, The rumor that Q.nantrell led the enemy in tho recent action on the Lower . Arkansas, is a canard. Shelby was in command Captain Bussel saw Quantrell shout thr»e weeks ago crossing Breuf river, ia Northwest Louisiana. He had about 100 men with hiniaU dressed in Federal officers' uniforms of variousrank,l;om Maj.Gen. down. They dashed ...

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