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

GOLD AND STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD, ON C p M MISSION. SMITH & RANDOLPH, 16 South Third Street, ial9-lm» COUPGNS-CQUPONS WANTED. A HIGH PREMIUM PAID FOR ANY OOT7» PONS DATED FEB. 19th, APRIL 1st, MAT 1st. SMITH & BANEOLPH, 16 SOUTH THIRD STEEET. fe2-im« ¦ ' ¦ - . '

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

GOLD, SELVES, AM* BANE NOTES WANTED. DI HAVEN & BRO, 20 SOOTH THULD ST.

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

OTOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION, BY GEO. HENDERSON, JB., jaieom * N jy aa3DOCK STREET. EXCHANGE ON LONDGif, _ FORSALE • ^ In Suras to Suit, by MATTHEW T.< MILLER k CO;, No. 45 South Third strest. STOCKS Sought and Sold on Commissio_, BY Matthew T* Miller «fe €7e», d^-tf* No. 45 iouth Tliiyd at.

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

JOHN C. ^RKISON, Nos. 1 and 3 North Sixth Streev, MANUFACTURER OT The Improved Pattern Shirt, FIRST OUT BY J. BURR MOORS, Wan anted to Fit and Give Satisfaction. ; also Importer and Manufacturer of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS N. B.—All articles Bade In a superior manner by band and from the best materials. oo6-6m

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

UTILE PET BOOKS. THREE CHARMING VOLUMES, BT AUNX FANNT, Authorof "Night-caps,1 " ««Mltt»ns " "Socks." ENTIRELY IN WOBDS OF SINGLE SYLLABLES, THEY WILIj BE SURE TO AMUSE THE VERY UTTLE ONES. In a neat Box, Price $l 80. Published by WILLIS P. HAZAEA ja21-tjyl{ _ . _ : _ 31 _ SonthSIXTH street. Ice Pitchers, Castors andPlated Ware, Of every deBCripton REPAIRED and BEi JABDEN'8, ¦ S. W. corner Tenth and BaoeSt8i jaSO-Sm) i

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

LADIES' FAJSCY FURS! JOHN FAREIRA, So. 718 Are. Street, Below Eight!, XKPOBTKBAKD MAHTJVAOTIJBSB OI Ladies' Fancy Furs. By aaiortment oIFAHOY FURS fiw Ladles an* Okildren 1« now eonplete, and embrace! eTery t« rlety that will be fashionable during the jreewi' teason. All eold at tbe Mamriaotnrtra' price* lei 3Euh. Ladles, plea» _ irtTem»^caU. _ _ J^^J

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

"Wenderoth A Taylor, PBOTomuPBSsa axd iroRTTTPiaia, 912, 914 and 916 Chestnut street Invite attention to their improved styles of Imperial and extra Imperial- Photographs, presenting the dnlsh of retouched pictures at the cost of plain. E«sry style of picture furnished from the Cart* de tititt to the hbtbly flulsbed Ivorytype and OH Portrait, with satisfaction guaranteed. *y Particular attention given ta espying; Olc Picture*. W Pine assortment of ALBUMS constantly ox band. no2S-3m« HEA "VT CANTON FLANNEI_F< AND STAHDABS DRILLS. FOR SALE BT Frothineham * W«llc.

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

First Premium Shirt and Wrappe? Manufactory. ESTABLISHED 1840. G. A, H OFF MAM 606 ARCH STREET, , Would invite the attention of the public to hie and complete itoclr of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Among which will be faund the largest stock of GENTLEMEN S WRAPPERS IN THE CITY. Special attention given to the manufacture of Fine Shirts and Wrappers to Order Every variety of Underclothing, Hosiery, Glovoi Ties, Scarfs, Mufflers, ice. nol4sa,m, wlmj

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

. ^^ fc ^V KTb. IS Q fr ¦ ' * * fy SOUTH THIRD ST., V» § BANKERS & BROKERS , wj 86. ¦ F : SPECIE, STOCKS, Quartermasters' Vouchers and Cheeks, AND' ALT. SOVEENMEST SECIJE1TIES BOUGHT AND?SOIiI>. °<a

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

MICHAEL-JACOBS, BANKSB, No. 48 South Third Street, Phils. Government Securities, Specls ana 'DnoarTeH (fioney Bought and Sold. Stocks Bought and Sold en Commsaloa. Particular attention paid to tha negotiation 03 ^ro* pa pers, *___" *__?** Bourht. ocs-«sH

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

CHARGES EMORY. ALEX. BENSON, J». CBABLES EMORY & CO., Stock and Exchange Brokers, No. 15 SOUTH THIRD ST,„ Philadelphia. All kinds of uncurrent funds and Gold and SUi-: ver bought and sold, and Collections made. Particular attention given tothepurchase and sale of Government, State and other Stocks ana Loans on commission. . ja39-3m$

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

818 CABTES DE VBITE, 818 Colored Photographs AND rVORYTYPES, Made In the finest style and mo«t durable mannas ¦^¦Satisfaction warranted. Schreiber &Scm. 818 Arch st. 818 t&Tartitular attention paid te Coyying Dafuemo ypet, dec. - n23-sa*w 3m(

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

2XXVIIITH COffOKESS—FIRST SESSION OLOSK OF TKKTURDAT'S PHOCE1SOIBBB. SENATE. . Mr. Powell presented a proposed amendment to tbe Constitution, giving to eaca State as many Presidential Electors as it has millions, of pouu'.ation, and divides the State imo -electoral "di:- " trials accordingly. The electoral college shah t" uivided by lot into six classes, aud e*ch class shall caousH one lrom the succeeding six, ami lrom .the .six so chosen two shall be selected by lot—me first shall be President and the other Vice-President, 'lire college shall be' dissolved if at the end of tiveinyfonr hours from its organization it has f died w elect these officers. The electors must lake an otitii to support the Constitution aud not. to aiti any political party. Referred to the Judiciary Committee. . ; — Mr, Johnson Introduced; a bill trausrerrinsfT.be Acting Assistant Paymasters inttie navy to the regular naval service on their ' nhdei going the regular examination. Referred to ihe UoinmitC...

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

; AUCTION BAIJig. j RT . HAZELL, AUCTIONEER IMPOR. . TANT POSITIVE SALE OF OVER S8D.UXJ WORTH HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, WEDNESDAY, Feb. 24th,and following days, until the whole is sold, commencing at 19 o'clock each day, at No. 5 PLAIT stre-c. New York, (bj order of Messrs.-O "W. Sooiield & Ol, who are declining ihe Hard ware branch iu_ their business). The entire stb k of H-avy and Shelf Hardware ^ Cuilery *c., contained iu sildsiore, comprising a large and general assortment of desirable goods, all of which will positively be solc—, Terms of sale, Cash, in bankable funds , Catalogues will bereaily on Friuiy. 19thlast., and can be had on application fo the auction/ ers. WHITTEMOKE & Ha._BLL, fclO-10'4 62'I.ibery street, New York. "i-BittES Ai EREEMA'tt,- ^SJCTlOHEEil, «l Wo 422 WALNUT street, aaofS'o?!rill. REAL ESTATE SALE, FEB. 16. This sale will include— ~ ¦ ITS ACRES. MONTGOMERY CO—The valuable farm of 173 acreswilb extensive imoroVemems, tcnant^house and out-...

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

_____ AVicnoN sALm &/5 . J-dUHaS -ft SON13, 'AUOTIOMEKKS-¦ *" ¦ _ - • <__ 13B .and iii South Four* street a«ott4 nvS T£^?Pt!*y s*le- 8* March. i ^ n- n r? ?"^I*AKR PENNSYLVANIA. T ¦ „h?,„;rC ?atJ *-sl>A-S, Stti March next, at the Pie _! n^i mJ \. °rd "of '"« Court of -Cominoa to ' stie Cat!JOgU03 W 'Ubo "«<'yteud4s previous Rtih iFPF STWKS-AND REAL ESTATE noon? ExchanB0 ' "er>' TUJESDAY, at 12 o'ctoc «©-Handbills of each property issued senarn.ti.iir and 011 the Saturday (.r>v.ous to each saW^t catalogues, in pamphlet form, giving full titer ™ re^encer "C _c ar atUn,Uon c,veQ to sa»« at privat* OSS- FURNITURE SALES at the AUCTTniM STOKE, EVERY THURSDAY. •a-uorION STOCKS, Ac. . , OK TUESDAY, FEB. 10, At 1_ o'clock noon, at tin* Philadelphia Ex chance, previous 10 the sale of Real Estate—2 shares Philadelphia l.xcb:mge. 5sh:ires Acacemy Music. S3,f;W) Callaway Mining Company Bonds. £8shartfa Co. do. . do. " •Ah. .--bares Chi srer Coun...

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

ADMISSION INTO THE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL. The following table exhibits'.he number of pupils admit ed and rejected from each school, at the enaminat.on made at (he Roys' High School, la.s week, together with the averages <-f those admitted aud rt-jected, as well as the general average of the candidates irom each school: Ac.' Name. ' School. 8?. 9 Edward F. Baldwin, Mt Vernon, j. hi 8 lleiroBn H. Mund, Zane Street. *.3 5 John K. Crcijihion, Price (-3.5 Tbtodore Canfitld, J. Q_. Adams. 53.4 Vr.u k James, • Hancock. *> 3 diaries A. March, Zane Street. 81 3 Jame" Kerr, Morrjs. 51.5 diaries V. Brown, LoctTsyS reot. S0.7 William H. Eopeis. Mt (Yeraon. fcO.u William H. Whiteman, Morris. 6-D.O .lair.es W. White, Zane Street. T'J.S "IVtllit.n- H. Dorey, Mt. Yernon. 79 8 John F Caldwell, Hancock. -9 3 Isaac E. Unckel, Price. 79.3 John A. Murphy, Harrisoa. 79:2 Edm. S. J. Patterson, Penn. ;P 9 William Kent, Newton. 7S.3 William Conner, ¦ Ritteuhouse. 77.1' William J. Armstrong...

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

TilBI 8 LETTER BAGS AT —SUHAKT' UXOElANaB, PHTXiAI>»I,FfllA Ship Tuscsrora, Dunlevy Liverpool, Feb. 25 Bark Elton, Elton Barbados, sooa Blip Sitka, Elliott Barbados, soon Schr Henry Nutt, Baker port Sp „u, soon IMPORTATIONS. Reported forthe Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. SAGUALA GRANDE—Brig Eiizi Ann, Herricb—-170 hlids 1 tierce 1 bbl sugar 1-8 birds 56 bbls molasees S tc W Welsh.' .' POST 0? PHILADELPHIA. FEBRUARY 10, Stfg toaf;6 5I I Snf SB'is. 6 9 I Hion Watbb,3 :i5 " ARRTVED YESTERDAY. Bark Wm Van Name. Cook, from Alexandria, in b.illftet to D S Stetson & Co. Brig Ellizs Ann, Hertick, 14 davs from '' agua la Grande, with sugar and molasses ' to S fc W Welsh. Schr Packet, Palmer, I day from Leipaic, Del. with corn to J as L Bewlcy & Co. Schr rial ah Denn, Smiih. 1 dav from Hancock's B idrc, NJ. with wheat to Jas L Bewley &. (Jo. Schr Geo J Baker, Huff. 1 day from Milford, Del. with corn to JaB L Bewley & do. CLEARED YESTERDAY. Scthr De...

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

mis isoard held slated CONTROLLERS OF TH_ ~ PTJBLIC SCHOOLS. a meeting yesterday aiieruoon: A communication was received from nineteen principals of Girlb' Grammar Schools, concerning ihe recent examination in the Girls' High aud Normal School. It Is alleged that the examination was not conducted in a fair and impartial manner, and that from the length of time required each day by the scholars to answer the questions propounded to themit was more of a trial of physical strength than of mental capacity. A communication from the teachers of the Giris* High and Normal School, asking that no action be lakeuby the uoard in reference to the above communications until formal charges be preferred against them, that they may thereby have an opportunity io meet and answ " er the same. A communication irom the parents of eight of the children sent to the Girls' High School examination from the Hancock Grammar school, iu reference io the manner in which the examination for admission io th...

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

SHERIFFS NOTICES. "VJ CT1CE—To THO HAS L. CHESTER, Xvlataol tbe County of Philadelphia In obedience to an order of Publication to me- directed, you are hereby notified to be and appear in the Court of Common Pleas for the City and County ot Philadelphia, on the first MONDAY of March nejt, to show cause, if any yon have, why vour wifeADALAIDE CHESTER should no: be divorced from the bondsof Matrimony entered into with you according to the prayer of her petitiou lileci iii said Court. JOHN THOMPSON, Sheriff. SumtiFV'sOirritiE, Philadelphia. Feb. t>, Ibiil. "VI OTICE.—To WASHINGTON C. HARTX * MAN, late of tho County of 'Philadelphia — In obedience to ait order of Publication " to mc directed, you are hereby notified 10 b,-* ami aoppvr n the Court of Common Fleas for the City and County of Philadelphia, on the first MONDAY of March next^ to snow cause, if any you have, why your wife AMANDA E. HARTMAN should not be divorced from the bonds of Matrimony entered into with yon, accor...

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

THE PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE. Hiciiiscuno, Feb. 9. tenure not in session. liousK.—"Tbe House met at 11 o 'clock, A. M. !TOn leave, Mr Labar read in placo an act to authorize the township of Durham, Bucks county, io levy a tax to pay bounties to volunteers. Tne same gentleman moved to proceed to its consideration. Agreed to and the bill passed final'y. On motion of Mr. Ricea bill of similar import relative to the township of Palmer, Northampton ccunty, was taken up and parsed. The House then procet ded to the consideration of tbe tills on the private calender. The following bills were objected off the calender on first reading .• A fnrrher supplementto aa act incorporating tha cit.v of Philadelphia. An net to regulate tho compensation of Connty Commiss: onoTs_c, in the county of Bucks. jsn actfor the relief of Wm. Himrod. The following -were read a second time and passed finally : An act to incorporate the Fairmount Steam Forcing Hose Company, No. 2, of Philadelphia. Au act to ...

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