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

wormier THE EIBST WARD MYSTERY —FTJBTPEB _ DEVELOPMENTS. Aayior yesterday afternoan resumed the uirtirst in the case ot James Hackett, the soldier who was found dead upon a lot in the First Wardon Saturday morning last. The following evidence was elicited: Mrs. Ruth Ford, the mother oi the prisoner, testified that her eon left home about half-past •seven o'clock on Friday night; she next saw him the next morning about eight o 'clock; her oldest son is sick; she did not send Augustus (the prisoner) affc-r. medicine, or did not sur est .to hire that any was wanted; always keeps laudanum in the honse; sent for some - last weelq always sent Thomas for it; when Angustos came home on Saturday morning, about half-past eleven o'clock, he said that he had heard tbata man had been tound on a lot fn a fit. Miaeus Mickle, residing at No. 017 Shippen street, sworn.—Saw the prisoner last Saturday nioining. between9 and 10 o'clock: became into my store, and bought a pair ot boois; hi pai...

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

Tiyf ARTIN LEANS, NO. 44H CHESTNUT otrwsfc ¦ JJJL . First Premium awarded by Franklin _oatttnt* to MARTIN LEANS, Manufacturer ol MASONIC MARKS, PINS, EMBLEMSJbtV New and original deeigns of Masonic Maria and Templars' Medals, Army Medals and Corps Badges of everr defloripUen, ¦ da3-3mo H TT- " ~ ST" B. - ¦ ¦ -3 *~ U. The Universal Spring Bed, easiestcheapest aDd best in use. HairPalm, and Husk _(aV - tresse", Feather Beds. Comfort and Spreadsf a :t- 1 PB-_BROOK4tOO., 3* ^ !; «jep*-5Bu»; . ^: ; , -. ¦ K^ .g^ at^ttaksg^ p

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

PIANOS, &0. MM I I A. SCHERZER, , ii.HUiMI fl!Rflp ^0 WoE R?H USE Swn H^8»JSfflS^a«Si ottersr Alsosecond-hand Pianos for sale thirty per centcheaper than _owm town; All Pianos warranted for Ave years. - ¦ . . . Country dealers are «_aeBted to call *»*_ «• amine the assortment. . i., ,, .nqUj^m |

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

_i* HAVANA PACKET NOTICE—Eagle SEKLine.—Shippers per packet brig SARAH _iTHSEN will please send their goods at once to second wharf below Walnut street She will receive freight until Saturday13th instantat 5 P. M.unless sooiur full. This vessel has first class accommodations for a few passeniters. Passage S20 in gold. For freight or passage, apply to J. E. BA2LEY i fJO.i 12SSouth Wj»arTee.telO-«

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

___BB««_r STEIN WAY is SONb' _j___%SS| __8SMt| fl^^P« fr_ i i' pianos. fT#ri' , SQUARE, UPRIGHT AND GRANDS. THB MOST OEIdSBBATED AND POPULAR, AH OVER THE WOREB, AT _riME___ BLAST. S BROS., .ggJBfegg ESSBSl ' ^_F** j[7 0 I I' 1008 Chestnut street. !f 8 I I* DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIJUENT. Cures Rheumatism and never fails. - LEHIGH LOCUST MOUNTAIN AND $ti.o_ Hjhth, Whits Asa Coal, carefully atlsoted and prepared for family use, tree from gist* and dust, delivered ' promptly and warranted W (iv» full sat—faction, at prices as low as the lowest Iot a good article. Lump Coai for foundries, and Chestkut Coal for steam purposes, at Wholesale prices. An assortment ol Hiokoey, 3_k and Pikb wood, Sept constantly on hand. Alio, an excellent article of Blacksmith's Coai, isllvsredfree of-carting to any partof the city. A 3_lal ol this coal will secure your custom. Send w_r orders to THOMAS E. OAB-LL, OSces, 32S walnut street. Lombard and Twenty-fifth street. jr0rfh Pc_BsylvaniaRailroad ...

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

&t*nLfi C >' \ $ WRIGHT & SEDDALI \ No. 119 Market Street. " Between Front and Second streets. O. tV. WBlPai. T. B. SIDDAli. DBrnOISTS, PHYSICIANS, AND i GENERAL STOREKEEPEBS Cati find at onr establishment a full usorimeut of Imported and Domestic Drags, popular Patent Medicines, ' Paints, Ooal Qfl," Window Glass, Prescription Vials, «i::, at as low pricos as genuine first class caods can be sold. FINE ESSENTIAL OILS for Confectioners, In foil varlsty, and of the best quality. Cochineal, Bengal Indlfo, aladdai, Pot-Ash, Cudbear, Soda Ash, Alum, Oil ol Tttrtol, Aonatta. Oopperas, Extract of Logwood, Ac, FOB DYERS' use, always on hand at lowest set cash prices. SULPHITE Or LIME, for keeping cider sweet; a perfectly Harmless preparation; put up, with full directions for use, in packages, containing sufficient for one barrel. Orders by mall, or city post, will mart with prompt attapuon, or special quotations will be funShed when requested. WRIGHT & SIDUA...

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

TJSStrCCESSFUIi MISSION. Air. .nanus _• . iuiton, tne editor oi trie Baltimore American, has recentl y visited City Point with a view of ascertaining if it was possible to make any arrangement by which the comfort of our prisoners at Richmond mi ght be increased. At City Point he met_Commissioner Ould, to whom he expressed a desire to obtain an interview with Mr. Cowardin, proprietor of the Richmond Di s p a tch , a man of integrity socially, whatever he may be as the conductor of a rebel journal, and who has heretofore attended promptl y to commissions entrusted to him b y friends of Union soldiers in captivity near his home. Mr. Ould rep lied that such an interview between private citizens would be impracticable, when Mr. Fulton stated to the Commissioner the object of his visit. Judge Ould replied that he had been always ready.and anxious to do all in his power to ameliorate the condition of the prisoners on both sides, and to make concessions to the cause of humanity that ...

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

IliiEY LOOK LIFE-LIKE—.So stnkiucly . natural are tho. " , - Life-stw PHOTildRAPriS, iu oi! tolurs, ejocuii'd in ru:t-<;<>rly style, at B. F. ilElMER'b Ke\vaiidEkgaulG;Cilery,uil _RO'_ street. B " UNO AND TAP BORERS, PEWTER aud Albaia F.injeM, Brass Oil. Water and Al,> i.'ocks, Ceilar-and Lipuum VILe Spic-ts, Iro'i Molasses Ga.es, &c., for sale at TRCf.lIAN Jt t.HAY,"'S, >'o. <35 (Eight Thiny-flve) Market street, belotv fs'inrb. IVORVTYPES — Araoncst B. F. RHIMEU'S sprcimena at Oil ARCH street, will be round styli-s to stiitall tastt<i - . Their naturalness and exquisite coloriiiff cannot fail to please. IRON tlUOITS AND llinN DUMB BELLS of various sizes, for sale at the Hardware Store of TRUMAN J: SHAW. Nc. b3o(EightThmy.flve) Mar>et etreet, below.NinSh. REIIitERr aCABTES IfEVESH'E, ar,- admired for their plcasinp style and accuracy or likenets. Got. theiu at SECOND street, above Green, and you will be pleased. Q USP...

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

EDWIN HALL & CO. 1 26 South Second Street, : WOULD CALL THE ATTENTIOn ' oF BOY. EES TO, T1EIEIR - ' * ^ _ - JLarge g tock ©f Silks, Fpp Sale Below the Present Cost of Importation. Heavy Black Corded Silks, Black Corded Silksjfrom $1,25 to 5,5© Cote red " " Black and Colored Moire Antique, Fa ' rcy Siiksof Various Siylks, Black Figured Sites, Black Armures. ' Plain, Biowb, Leather and Blae Silks, Gitens, Modes, Cuir and ' Garnet •« 1 Mte, Pink, Pearl and Light Blueu Heavy Wfeite Corded Silks T-wo cases of r eat CHECK SILKS, styles selected andordeiedby ourselves. A BARGAIN IN BLACK SILKS. V Two cases vrtuYh-vre purchased the pan season to close a foreign cocslgament, which we deferred opening till this mouth, and we purpose giving; our cnttomers the advantage of the purchase by selling them belc w tae regular prices. Ouecase, ; '5 pieces ot different widt —s, »i,is 51,25, SI 37^. tine case, 27 pieces of various vridt—;, at 81,40, 81,i0, 81,62, 81,75, $\,i- )i and SS.2...

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

THE ARTISTS* FUND RECEPTION. j.ne secona reception ot trie Artists Fund Society took place last evening at the Academy of the Fine Arts, and was largel y attended. The walls of the two eastern galleries were graced by a number of new works by Philadelp hia artists , and the average excellence greatly surpassed that of the collection exhibited at the first reception. We cannot pretend to notice any of the paintings in detail. Mr. Edmund S. Lewis exhibited several lardscapes of great beauty. The largest and most elaborate, called " The Gate of the Susquehanna," i3 a noble picture, which places him in a very hi gh rank among landscape painters. It would be a valuable ornament to any gallery. MrL W. T. Richards, who has heretofore confined himself to exquisite studies of trees aid leaves, had a beautiful land scape, m which the sky, the distant hills and the atmosphere were almost as worthy of admiration as the foliage in the foreground. Mr. Hamilton exhibited several noble mari...

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

JLiggilllUli THE UNION FIANO MANX! fflt&iSKai FACTORING COMPANY have at II fl- I I' their factory and warerooms, 161? WALNtfT street, always a most beautiful assortment of their unrivalled PIANOS, which they sell at the lowest cash prices or on Instalment Give ua a call before purchasing eUe-where, ana every satisfaction and goarantae will be ftvan buyera. I CELAND MOSS OK LICHEN PASTE, AND HA.KSHMALLOW DROPS—Excellent Confections for Ooufrha, Colds and Sore Throat. STEPHEN F. WHIT-MANi manufacturer ; No. 1210 Marhet Street. ja22-26trp VEKY FINf, HEAL, WHITE SHETLAND POINTES AND SHAWLS.—GEO. Wt VOGEL, No. 1016 CHESTNUT stre-t opened this morning his Spring importation of Real Shetland Shawls and Half Shawls (Powcs); the qualltiei are exquisitely fine, being hand made, aud exce; In elesance any before offered. feo-Ot* fvSp®!^ DR- SCOTT'S flV__ j^^^: LIVERY STABLES, ^CTV _ ork avenue, between Button wood and ifju.e streets, Philadelphia.' i-No Horse that can injure another...

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

EVENING BULLETIN . " •VTODNESDAT, FEBRUARY 10, 1864. ' 1EOISIATIVE STOCKJOBBERS. We are informecl that about half a dozen fltate Senators came to Philadel phia a few days ago , and invested heavil y in North Pennsylvania Railroad stock. We are also informed that a bill is to be introduced into , the Legislature, to be carried through the power of a "King" already formed , authorizing the Lehig h Coal and Navigation Company to construct a railroad from Bethlehem to Mauch Chunk, in opposition to the I/ebigh Valley Railroad. This! new road is expected, of course,to throw a great deal of business upon the North Pennsy lvania , and to enhance the value of the stock. To thiswe have no objection.; "We should like to see every railroad doublin g its in-•whe,if it could be done fairl y and honestly. Jut we do object to members of the Legislature making use of their public position to j_factthe prices of stocks.; One of the most active "bulls",!- the recent inflation of Wortfi Pennsylva...

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

A MODEST R ' EBEt. Commissioner Ould is as modest as he is truthful. He has more than once reiterated his willingness for a general exchange, the excess on either side to be paroled, and expresses his determination to accede tono oiher terms;.but he does not promise that tne men so pavolud, when once wittlin the rebellious territory, shall not be permitted to re-enter the ranks voluntarily -r be forced into active service, either without being exchanged or by a notification of exchange recognized only by the authorities at Richmond. Fortunately General Butler is conversant with their tricks and caanot be deceived by the apparently innocent offers of Ould aud his masters. Experience has~ provcd that they are not backward in taking undue advantage, and at this time a few thousand released prisoners would be of immense service to them in their desperate efforts to protract the rebellion.

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

Messrsjonn olyera A AucUonee LARGE -_0&mV£ bALS OF D_Y Q00D3 CARPETS, 4c. . . a. uo., rs, Nos. 232 and •_Jt Market meet, will to-morrow (Thursday) morning, February 1!, hold an extensive peremptory sal-of Kritish. French, German and American ltry Goods, Carpets, fcc., Jcc., by catalogue, on Four M[uuthfc' Credit and pirl for cash, about 6i5 packages and lots of S'lple and Fancy Articl-s. iuHlottoos, Woolens, Worsted!. Linens ar,d Silks, Vnclnding.. 5-J-5 pieces French, and Rriiifh tCloths. Meltons. Coaling*. Silk Mixed Cloths, t' asii—erei* Satinets. Cap and Cloak Cloths, Vestmgs, Tweeds, Canvas Paddings, _[ '>mp Carpnts. _c. Also, l,;oudozen Cotton Hosiery. G-love*, Pearl Ruttons, Spool Cottons. Silk Ties, Trimming Ribbons, Hoop SKirts. Jcc. Also. Dress Goods, Book and Cnriain Muslins, Flijues. LiiifU Iiaiidkerchteis.Table Cloths,Liaea Tickings, with rffull assortment ol Ootion Goods, for cash. j TO CAPITAEISTS, io — VALUABLE BU3I. NLSS l'KOPliKTl—S.—Thomai ....

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

hi ... ' —¦—-— : - _CT_r_ N__3S'. WQ-CTOES; K.C.7 &CO; titi-estnx ' t street. OB .WINDOW -. SHADE MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE AND JETAIL. *R No 'SICKN^ss IN THE FAMILY. -i i5ri 3r>«WF<!S IN THE FAMILY. . lESffi&igggggs. «S«=|S»Hpr »ppl, it-at f"^. ™* .^eiwd^i tt Sore Throat, iT^A fh TJ^Lt ^^o 3«'--^«iA^r ^aywnere. TyTaiden Lane, New York.

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

"BEVOIUTION AGAISSTFS' -E GOVERSmZNT EOT A EIGHT HUT A CRIME. " A Fkek lecture will D:-delivered on tills subieet to-morrow, Thursday evening, at the Academy of JJusic, by Rev Josepli Parrisu Thompson, o£ the Broadway Tabernacle. This distinguished divine Is widely known for nis mtiny valuable essays, lecturts and sermbnsin the cause of Self Government ana Universal Liberty. He is one of tne most original and.^ound thinkers in the nation, an. has a well earned reputation for fervid eloquence ^ Tin- Loyal League of New York are about pnb--lishiiig an immense edition of this particular lecture for giaiuitious distribution, betieving It to be an unanswerable argument to the positions tssnmed by EarlKussell, Falmerstqu, the London T.mrs, and all that c.ass of English autnorities who Lave contended that the South has the right of Revolution. Mr. Thompson is a . nauye of Philadelphia. The admiFsion to ilie Lecuire is frre. Tickc.s may be had at inV-oflle- r1 -bis viper.

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

VAIiTJ-ELEFARM IN MONTGOMERY C0TOTY AT PUBilC SAlS. The al'eiilion of yeinieuien s, eking laree and proiurtivp farms in ih» Tii-inityof Philadelphia, is invited to Mr James A. Freeman's sale of "Wednesday next, at the EicUanca. In that sale the very f.ne fr.-m cf he ia'c Peter Wager, deceased, •will be included, ' by order iftht Orphans' Court of Mo.tgor.i'rij cutiii y. It is nineteen miles from tho iity, wiiLin three iuiie* of two stations ou tlie North Pennsylvania railroao. It has- fine im> prveicentai ttone mansion house, stone barn, Ftabliup. tenant-housemid very eiunsive outbuiliiinitF, aliuiidanoe of fiuit, eever.i] orchards, ornamsi tal crcunds. Vc. Full description may htf had at the auction store.

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

GekK.IX i-raa — 1 u'T,' i-- a oro?p'ct of an excellent buuse at the Academy this evening, to wit . nets the firtt performance of Uol^Idieu's charming oneia. cf La Dcme Blanche, which, ivc tuive every reason to believe, will he admirably done. Ou Fiicay evsninj, for the firs! time in Philadelphia, ivii are to have Eicbard Wagner's famous spent of far nhiiuser, which has excit-d more controversy io Ihe- mo? ical wo: Id than any woric ever produced. The cur osi y to hear it is so creat that we are quite tore the Academy wUI tw crowded. -

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

AUCTION KOTICE—LAKGE AUD ATtRACTIVE SALH OF BOOTS AND SHOES. Wednire :o c.ill the early attention of buyers to Uh l:iri;e and rf< fir.ille sale of about l.suo cases Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Balmorals, Gaiters &c~, to bf- soul vy cr.talo^ue. fur cash, to-morro-.v (Tburfria> ) l orninp. Feb. 11byJ Philip Ford k Co , Anciiouf. re, n" tlieir ftore, No. 5-Z5 MarK^t add Sii Commerce street,commencing at lu o' clock prtcieely.

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

Ke<=. Wool/.-! M.K hi-m>c», called "William Ailair," is aniiuunced by Messrs. T. B. Pelerean, & liro'.hr.rs. See ad v,-rt^emeut.

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