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

HUSBAND'S OALCINED MAGNESIA 16 free from unpleasant taste, and three times tbe strength of the common Calcined Magnesia. - i A World's Fair Medal and four First Premiu—i ; Silver Medals have been awarded It, as being the i best in the market. For sale by the druggists and • Country Storekeepers, and by the manufacturer, THOMAS J. HUSBAND, oc.19-1—,wr,lyly,rp N.W. Cor. Third and Spruce GR AY HAIR RESTORED — BALDNESS PREVENTED • •London liair color Restorer and Dressing.'? • ' •London Hair Color Restorerand Dressing." • •Loudon Hair ColorRestorerahd Dressing " • 'London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing.' * • (London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing.'r ' •London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing." '•London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing." • 'London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing.'' This discovery for the preservation of the noma—hair Is taking the lead of all hair preparations; besides restoring the color and making hair grow* on. bald headsit is a beautiful dressing, keeps the. h...

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

CUl'JO'S CAYE! 00i;J0'SCAY£ \ JUST RECEIVED BY : . ASBMEAD & EVANS, Hccessors to Willis P. Hazard, No. 724 Chestnut Street, CCWOSCAYE. ANeur Story. By J T. Trowbnote. author of "Keighbor Jadcwood,'> *c. TBBEE HONriLS IN THE SOTJTEEBH -TATEtS. April May ana June 18iB. By _t. CiL Fremautle, "Coldstream Guards. " TBE SEOOND YEAR OF THE WAR. By Edw. A. Pollard ol 'he "Richmond Examiner " ¦ WATSON'S HAND BOOK OF OaLISTHENICS and Light Oymnasucs, Prefosely ill—itrat-d. LIFE AND rOBRESPONDENCE OF THEOLORE PARKEB. By John Weiss. 2 vo umea with portrait t6 00. INEZ. ATale ol the Alamo. By Angusta J. Evans, authorol "Benlah." LIFE < » K W-LLIAM H PBESCOTT. A s_. perb Bock. THEGR6AT CONSUJiM 1TIOK. tjecond Ser.e«. By Rev. JohnCummlnr, D.D. TBE WHIP, HOE AND SW- EK or. The Gull Department In '63. By George H. Hepworth. LYRICS OF LOYALTY. Edited by Franlr. Moor* Tfc E MERCY SEAT; or, Thoughts iu Prayer. By AugustusO. Thompson, D.D. NE* BOOKS, J»EW PHOTOGRAPHS and NEW t TY...

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

£4 Parfe Place s HAYE SOW IN STO^E fl.ND ARE CONSTANTLY KEOEIYINGv A FULL VARIETY OF FORSHM Dress Goods aad Shawls. HOSU-RT, • €J-J10VSS, MiTTS, Men's Furnisliing Goods, titc, AND ARE ALSO ' SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BE T MAKES OF DOMESTIC KSITXED SBLRTS AND DRAWERS, FANCY WOOLENS, BUCK GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS. frlt'-3t§

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

NEW MILLINERY HOtM P. A. HARDING & CO., .Bespectfuily inform the mercantile community that they -will open,. FEBRUARY 10th, 1864, P AT No. 413 Arch street, A COMPLETE STOCK OF Straw AND MILLINERY GOODS, Suited to tie trade,and trnetthat prompt and eareful attrntien. modera'ion in prices, good assortment, together-witn their lone experience in busines*,, (having been for the last seven years with the house of Lincoln, Wood i Nkhole, and'heir successors. Wood fc Cary,) they may merit a share of the public patronage. mf Orders solicited by mail and promptly exec J?¥A^ r^ ~r ^ r^-^r^r>-r>-n-*—~^ j30-lm§

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

_ Q BANKERS, ^i Eiehange on Englamt, France ud Germacy, 7 8-10—5-20 Loan and Coupons, eEBTLFICATES INDEBTEDNBSS, QTJARTI-UIASTSR'8 CHECKS AND VOUCHERS, American and Foreign Bold, STOCKS AND LOANS, BOUGHT AKDSOLD. "^"Orders hv Mail attended to. <B-i»

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

&$ Fourth and Arch * z ABE OPENING FOE SPBING SALES 18M, Mapificent Organdies^ do Percales and Chintzes, 68 Pieces Fsney Silks, ICO do Good Black Silks, Fine Plaid Silks, Ordered Poult de Soies, Shawls. New Styles, Standard Sheetings, Household Goods, Best Gloves Only, fea-um*. m w _ - en

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

CLARKfeON & GO, BARKERS, No. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET, PHILMiELPHIA.. Govemment Secuiiiies of all Issue: , PUBOHiSED AND FOB SALE. Stocks, Bonds and Gold, BOUGHT AND SOI.D ON COMMISSION. Interest Allowed on Deposit!. -^COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE. fel-lm rp$

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

*nim ¦ • importation: Titos. W. Evans & Co., BATE HOW OPEN AND ARE DAILY BEOSITiNG, NEW AND BEMJT170L SILKS, Dress Ooods Shawls, EMBROIDERIES, &c. Embracing all the Latest Novelties 818 and 820 C_esi__t Street. felu-3t{

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

FUBLOUGHS. Officers and Soldiers, visl.ing the City ou Furlough, needing SWORDS, ANDOTH-RMiLITABY EftUIPMENTS are invitf d t > tbe very eitensivei ldanufactnring Establishment of GEO. W. SIMONS Si BRO., SANS! _I STREET HALL, Sansom Street, above Sixth,. PRESENTATION SWOBDS Slaoe to order at the shortest notice, which foj richness end magnificence challenge competition, no other house in the country combining the M_- NUEiOTURING JEWELEB WITH THB PBAOTIOAL SWORD MAKES, feb8-lm}

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

GKEisN CORN AND TOMATOES Hermetically Sealed by FITHIAN A: POGUE, of New Jersey, are superior to all others. Their large aud varied stock of Fresh Frniti, Vegetables, Jellies, Sauces, Heats. Soups, etc., In cans, is offered t» the irade at the Lowest Market Prices, by their Sole Agents, IRCBER & REEVE3, WHOLESALE GEOOEKS, n4- 45 North Water St-, and " No' . 45 Nonh Delaware avenue. fe6-ti$-

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

STOCKS AND SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. DE HAYEN & BRO., 20 80UTH THIKD STEEET. feS ^~ __ ^ __-^^.

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

_ _ IMPORTERS OF "WINES AND LIQUOKS. LAUMAN, ' SALLA3E & CO., KO. 128 SOUTH NINTH STBKST, B3TWEBM OH—STHTJT AMD tVAUJETT, PHXIiADKLPHLfi. Q. M. LAUMAN, A. HI. SAI___U_, J. D. BITTING. aoll-3morp

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

\ HELMBOLD'S BELMROLD'S -HELMRO-P'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED. \ HIGHLY CONCENTRATED; COilPOUiND •. compound . : . FJ.rn? EXTRACT BTJCHTJ • . VLIUD EXTRACT EUCHD • . A POSITIVE ¦ A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY SPECIFIC RLJMEDY. _ , FOR - ¦ ! Non-reicntion or Incontinence of BrineIrritation, Tnfirimmntion or Ulceration Of tb» Bladder and Kidiifys, Diseases of the Prostrate Glaiad, Stone in the Bta.diter, Culerttons Gravel or BriHcdust Deposit, . .. ,, —_?.-_ All i-iseases or Aifectious of tbe Bladder and Sid. ¦ neys>, anil Drnvsiral Swellings exlsflng in Men. Women or Children. Helmboid's Extract B -Lchu, Hel hi It old's Extract Buc -tq For Weakness arising from flabiia of Dissipation attended with the following symptoms: • ' Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Memory, Diffl culiy of Breathing, V/ealf Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Dimness ol Vision, Wakefu ' nt'ssPain in tb'eiBack, Universal Lassitude, of the Muscular System, Hot Hands, Flushing * of the Body, Dryness...

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

SECOND EDITION. FBOM THE SOTJfHW_ST. St. Loins, Feb. 10.—The Memphis corres-Tespoudent of the Chicago Journal , under date cf the 4th inst., says: The advices from Vicksburg are that Sherman's army left that place last week, the 16th corps, under Hurlburt, following the 17th •erps, under McPherson, which "has the advance. General Smith's cavalry expedition Itffc Memphis for Corinth on the evening of the 3d, and will soon be heard from in the interior of Mississippi and Alabama. The Union forces in Arkansas are also re ported to be preparing for an early move southward, which will put Magruder'a army between Steel's command on the north and Banks's columns on the south. SUCCESSFUL RAID Iff _ESff_SS__. Gallatin, Feb.8.—An expedition,composed cf detachments of the 71st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 52d Kentucky, and the Tennessee State Guard, in all three hundred, was organized by Brigadier-General Paine, commander of _$J;is post, and made a successful raid into Putnam , Overton,. W...

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

XXXVinth CQHGBESS-EIBST SESSIOH. VCT . o.nvA^nv Poh in ' E-fate.—Mr. Trumbull (111.> reported from the Committee on lie Judiciary, various bills to amend th« Constitution, and an amendment, by way of a substitute, providing dr tho abolishment of slwery through. State legislation. Mr. Sumner (Mass.) introduced a resolution of inq>iEy H8 to an outrage committed on .Surgeon Augusta, of the 7th U. S. Colored Volunteers, by a conductor oi a streeucar in Washington. The resolution elicited it- spicy debate between Messrs. ^mner, "Wilson and Hendricks. On motion of Mr. Trumbullthe Senate proceed! _ to the consideration of the bill prohibiting members of Congress, Heads of Bureaus, and otlierf, from acting as attorneys, except in purely judicial case;^ before the civil Courts. Hocsu.—The House proceeded to the consideration of the bill to establish a bureau of Freedmen' s affairs. * Mr. Eliot (Moss.) explained the objects of the bill, saying that its passage was demanded...

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

COMMERCIAL E—ESE D. PEXL 4. BOB, STOCK BROKERS, Ke. 300 WALKICT STREET.: SALES OF STOCKS. BEFORE BOARDS. Iff «h Bead B bso 60 100 oh Green Mount HO «h do b301&% bio 7 icosh do cash ;.9 K 300 ah - do K» 7 200 sh do b30 59»i ion sh do C% IMI Eh do b30 59 s; 300 B_ do b20 7 loo sh Fulton Coal Co S„ 109 ah Pena Mining 9,y S00 sh Phila & ErieR 200 sh Notth Pa B, b30 37JJ b5 S6,V 100 sh do 030 38 1 50 sh io S days 5SX FIRST BOARD. 41000 TJ S 6b 6-20» lM)f 200 sh Big Mountain 7000 do 104i; Coal 8 700 City 6s ioijj 50 sh .ffitoaMining isy sooo UnionCnl 6b Z\% soo eh Union Cnl pfd 7>r 1( "00 do Si io sh Susq Cnl 24 cooo do b!5 31 300 eh North Pa B 8shBkNAmer 164 b30 36 ' sh Phila Bank 126 59 eh do , »X 76 sh Green h. Coats 4:i}$ 223 sh do 8534 10 sh eamtcAm 16S_ 20«i sh Phila & ErieR Sill 6 sh do 159 250 sh do s30 37X SO sh Per—ia B 79 joo sh do 30 days 3T& 100 sh 13th & 15th st 100 sh- do 37 a bo 40 too sh Read B b30 fi93< 100 sh I...

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

THIRD EDITIQN. ' - .. 3 30 O'Clocl., BY TELEGRAPH. PDETHER INTERESTIK6 MEXICAN HEWS. Progress of the Freiieh Arias. ' Eunior of the Abdication of Juarez, • ";i . PTJUIHSB, _ E0M MEXICO. New York, Feb. 10 The steamer Eagle from Havana, with dates to the 6th inst., has arrived. She hrings Vera Cruz dates to the 3 . 1st tilt., and from the City of Mexico to the 26th ult. AloDg.listof unimportant towns are given as haviDg declared their adherence to the Empire. The members of the Government of San Lnis Potosi, appointed by Gen. Mejia after capturing that place, on the 4th inst. unanimously declared for the Empire. A report from Celaya of Jan. 9th says that Gen.Ecbagaray was taken prisoner at Salvatierra, and carried to Celaya, by part of the garrison. There had been several skirmishes between the French and the Juarez troops, one at San Juan de los Llanos, lasting four hours, in which Gen. Garzargla and Col. Eomero and a large number of soldiersf were captured, killed, &.c...

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

H-P0BTATI0H8. Reported forthe Philadelphia Evening Bulletln. K£W ORLEANS—Brig Daniel Malony—1» hhds sugar 276 bbls molasses w A James & Co; M hhds MigsrC Smith; 6 hhds sugar it bbls mol_net B»- ker, Han's & Smith; 66 bales cotton a quantity - old Iron, copper,&c, order. FORT OF PHn.ftPKT.PBXA. FERBPABY 10. " ARRIVED THIS __/£ Brig Daniel Malony, Steelman15 days from New Orleans, with sugar, molassesic to Captain. 4th Inst, lat Si 42ton 79 60, spoke schr Blunt, from Nassau, bound to Savannah, and requested to be reported as a blockade-runner. Schr Jos Crandall, Gage, 5 days from Alexandria, with -die to Twells & Co. Schr L W PierceLoring, 5 days from Baltimore, with mdse to Twells k Co. Schr Saco, Westcott, 10 days from Ncwbern, In ballast to Captain. * Schr J Buricy, Shaw, S days from Was—ingtoiL NCin b»Uast,to Captain. ^ Schr Jane N: Baker, Henderson, 7 days from Port Royal, in ballast to Captain. Scbr Lucy, Spence, 1 day from Brandywine, DeL with ...

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

CHARLES STOKES & CO.'S FIRST-CLASS "ONE-PRICE"READ. MADE CLOTHING STORE, NO 824 CHESTNUT STREET, UN* DER HO?iL C ?__-_ffi?'AI ' i y^ For Ooat— r ' /"% /.:^% Lengthofback a 'k& <&^\ from base oi ^jif<£F' oX^^ ce llar to waist _^^S _ !_; -6 £-5f andfmmwa—t «^ * s "^* ^n« ^ J_} /~y \ to end of tall. f \ i~» ____S3 fA/ft B Sleeve (with/ 8 | f*** \ ^W *L arm crooked)} US/ \ VL -^» from middle ! | / " TH^^'m'T? tween thef g ^* & W W shoulders tol | , \ * " i \ \ end of onff\ | la is iii a—4 around VS m \ I\ ill "le iHostpro- f gl H *^_^.. *,% D_nentpartof I § B <| TJw the chest and S*_JL=B, r I w- WBist. Stata j fl I // X wneth erereot 1 B 5 /A if ox stooping. I B I _ ¦ I I S" *1 Pants, lis 4 Inside seam, V I, / ® 'SI jsj and outside 1 B • / ^^^g^- seam frc—i ifv ^ its' Hip bone aroad tbe waist and hip. For Vest, sam« aa Ooat. A good St guaranteed. All garments made from directional sent la accordance with these instructions will be g...

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

CITY BULLETIN. Departure of a Regimkst.—The 22d Regiment U. S. Colored Troops having received orders to reportlo Major- General But er at Fortress Mbarue, come in irom Carnp William Penn this morning, and paraded through a number of the streets. TLe regiment . is fully armed and equipped, and as it marched through the city was frequently cheered. The regiment will embark upon the transport steamer Coventor Chase at the foot of Washington s'reel.. . The field and s'aff officers of-this regiment are as follows: Colonel—J. B. Kiddoo; Lieutenant-Colonel—Nt.than Golf; Major—Johii B. Cook: Surgeon—C. G. G. Meirill; Assistant SurgeoftB—Martin Phillips, J. o. Moore. Seimkg Bogx-s Jewe—^—John Mooro was arrested yesterday upon the charge of selling articles ol jewelry to soldiers at Broad and Walnut streets, and representing tbem as gold. He was held to answer by Alderman Jamison. Lent.—To-day the season of Lent commei.ces. Thjs morning there were services In the Catholic Churches and m...

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