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

KEW JEES3 - ANB THE DRAFT. Gov. Parker, of New Jersey, has Issued the iollowingprocurnation: " • ;¦ ' A VltOC.AMATlOX BV THE GOVJSRNOB. The quota ol New Jersey under tie lat* tall of the Frefi<tf_ t lor Si'-(>. viiii m-nis ifl:759. Upon this quofa will be credited t>u ' A . dedueied all volunteers from this State who have been mustered into the T'nited States service since the fiirst of Jnue, 1K3, and also all wboshail be so musteTeri, prior to the first dav of Maieb, ISGi. More than ten thousand (I0,t-0(f) mep_ have been already rterniled on account ol this quota. Tbesr.b-di«tri<VS(ivat have raised the quotas as signed them in the General Orders issued from the office of tbe Aoja ant General of this Stateunder my Froclnmatian of 27tli Jnjv, 16f.3, aud 2-2d October, it03, are not liable to tbe draft ordered to be made on the TOIh day of March nest. Bv referring to previous publications of quotas, tl»e deficiency ot ihe various sub.districts not yet exem...

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

* AMUSEMENTS. The Walsdt Laitevenine hundreds of people were waiting to get into the Walnut long before ihe doors were open to see " EastLynne." To-night there will be the same rush, and those only who go early will be able to get advantageous placts. Baebvii ot? Mosct Gettthg.—On Saturday evening Mr. P. T. Barnnm will deliver, at Musi. calFutd Hall, his great original Lecture on "The Art of Money Getting." This discourse, has been delivered to crowded audiences in New York and elsewhere, and will doubtless draw a very full bouse lere, particularly as it will only be delivered once. The CnjssTXt-T.—There has been no success superior to the "T. O. L. M." at the Chestnut, for years, and the houses continue very ttM. It will be given to-night, as usual, with tbe original attractions of a fine cast, exquisite music sad superb new scenery. The Ancu—''Utile Fadette" has made a hit a tbe Arch, and will be repeated this evening, together with a favorite farce. Miss Charlotte Thompson grow...

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

| ry^=» NOTICE TO VOLUNTEERS Recruits Usjf or Veterans accredited to the Fourteenth Ward will be paid the Ward Bounty ol Twentyfive Dollars without discount, by applying at tbe CUSTOM HOUSE, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P. M. of each day. iel0-3t* WM. B. THOMAS. Treasurer. _s| WANTED TO HUROHASE, A MODE-1_ _ rate sized HOUSE, west of Br ad and north ol Pine streets. Address PURCHASEBul-I—-IIS Ctficb. felO-Gt* ANTED-Ayoui gmanas Assistant bAt-ESMAN in onr wholesale department. None need apply unless they are perfectly fimlliar with Silks and Fancy Dress Goods. v _ J AS. R. CAMPBELL 4; CO,, fel0-3t* 727 Ohestnnt street. TN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOB THE C1T - I AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA.—Estate of SARAH EBERTH. deceased. ,The Auditor appointed by the Court to audit, settle and adjust the account of Joseph H. Siddall, Executor of Sarah Eberthdec _ •and to make distribution of the Balance in the hands of the accountantwill meet the parlies interested for the purpose of his appointm...

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

ojt lutn oi wotei PHILADELPHIA KABKETS. « aua. x, rco. .—Aue rceeipis seed are small and it is in steady demand at $8 75® 9 §1 64 S.8., and from second hands at $9 25. A small sale of Timothy at «3 76 V bushel, at which figure it Is held_r_Jy. Small sales of Flaxseed at $3 30 %1 bushel, at which figure it is taken on arrival by the crushers. A safe of No! 1 Quercitron Bark at $37 ^ ton, at which figure it is held firmly. There Is leis demand for Flour both for export and borne consumption, bMtprices are unchanged. Sales of 300 barrels good Western extra family at $7 50 $) b»rrel,"S00 barrels choice Ohio do. at $5, 800 barrels Jenny Lind on private terms. Small sales to the retailers and bakers at $6 25_6 60* banel for superfine, $6 75@7 12>£ for extras, $7 25 <£8 for extra family and t8 60 to flO for fancy lots—according to quality. Rye Flour la ¦dull and cannot be quoted over *6 25. In Corn Meal nothing doing and prices are nominal-There is very little demand'fo...

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

oi tue ot ouis A GUERILLA LEADER HUNG. rCKTUtlt VAimcOLAB-S. Hjorresponuejice . .u uemourau j Cape G^RAHDrAU, Fpd. 6. - On the 3d inst , a scouting party sent out by Col. J. H. Rogers,-under command of Captain Shebly, 2d regimeut cavelry, M. S- M., a.tacked a large band of gue. rillut und»r the noted chief John F.^Bolin,"billed sever, and captured eight men, thirteen horses, ana filteeii wagons 'oaoed with corn. Bolm |was caprurefl and confined in the guard house at this post. At a late hour last night he was forcibly taken by the enraged soldiers and citizenB from the custody of the guard, and hung. No intimation of the act reached the officers until the deed was being perpetrated. The officers did all in their power to suppress the violation of law, but to no avail. Bolin made the follow—igconfessionbefore his execution: «'I was at Round Pond; there were eisthtmen hilled, two bv Nathan Bolin and one by John Wright. They were killled with handspikes X emplied one revolver. At...

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

COURTS. SirpBEirB Court—Justices Thompson, Strong rtached this morning. \ K l^,? R1C _ Chief Jns«ce Wooaward.-Hecht 7B - S'^r ' -Before JePorte<t- Terdlctlor plaintiff for $l,u(io. ^ DiSTRroT Covht— Judge Stroud—Andre w Jones vs. Jas. M. Preston—Au action of ejectment. On trial. , . IfiSTEiOT Covnv—Jadge Shafswood. ^Deveranx vs. Dyotti—Before reported, "Verdict for plaintiff forS17G55. - vr - Cnae. B. .Kighter va Jas. BUton.—Aa action to rrcovcrfoT extra work on ceitnin bo'i?es. On trial. QrARTEit Sessiokb—Ju»ge Ludlow — Patrlclc Fat reil was convicted of a charge of larceny as au agent.

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

New Fancy Cassimeres* ALFKED H. LOVE, COMMISSION MERCHANT, 212 CHESTNUT ST. lalg-lmt _,-,_-,_-_-_-_-_-_r_i-i_i-_ i_i-,_-_

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

EEMOVAL. BENNEES & BOLTO^ HAVE BEHOVED T© THE SECOND STOBY OF No. 322 Chestnut Street, And offer to the Trade generally an ENTIRELY FRESH LINE OF White Goods, Lace Goods, and Embroideries, Of Improved Make and Finish, Of their own direct importation, selected in person in the different maiketa of GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. iSO-U

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

SENAT, BROS: & CO. 214 CHESTNUT Street, opposite Strawberry St., Importers of WHITE GOODS. Offer a complete assortment ol Jaconets,Cambrics, Ghecks, Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks, Swiss Mulls, India Book, India Mull and other Muslins of onr usualjnakeand flnlfh ^ jalS-tft The Tieket-of-LeaYe Man, BY "TOM TAYLOR," « _¦_ PTJEE Q0LD, BY WESTLAND MARSTON, — ¦ B» HAD or A. WINCH, 505 Chestnut Street.

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

SPEjOIAL NOTICES. —~ 4 MFRIOAN life insurance and (iT' trttOT COMPANY; WALNUT- street, yoftheaft wrner ofFonrth, Philadewhia, Feb-Jn The Trustees ' have this day declared a dividend ,f FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums upon Mutual Policies during the year ending December 3l5t 1SG3. aud in fsree at that date, the abovo amount to be credited to said Policies, and havo ¦i Iso ordered the dividend of 1380 on Policies issued during that year to be paid, as the annual premiums on said Policies are received. ' fe9-6t JOHN S. WILSON, Secretary. yss=- EDWARD OARSWELL,- Esq.. M. W. iO Conductor of tbe NATIONAL DIVISION SONS OF TEMPERANCE, the celebrated Canadian Oratorwill Lecture on THURSDAY EVENING, Feb. 11. ISB4, in the Eleventh Baptist Church, TWELFTH street, above Race. Tickets, gratuitously, of WM. A. DUFF _ CO.,5iG ARCH street, or at the Office of the Grand Division. 118 Squib. SEVENTH street. fc«-3i* _ *-==- FOURTEENTH WARD -BOUNTY JL _r FUND.—At.an Adjourned Meeting of tne Citize...

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

. _ • '»_ uwim. — INEN OAMBSIC HANOKEROHIEFS^ WHOLESALE AGENOV, CHARLES ADAMS, - No. 213 Church Alley. Just received, a consignment of Dnnbas, Dicksous & C> 's cfflcbra'.od Linen Cambric HANDKERCHIEF---. ¦ IKK) dozen gents? assorted qualities. 6'U do. ladies' do. do; Tbe attention of the irade t3 invited. ; Also, an invoice of gents' extra size and heavyhtmmed do.• in boxes. TERMS-NET WASH. fe4-f.m,w,3t* 1'I AA YARDS HEAVY CRASHAT it GTS. ,1VU 350 y ards Extra Quality, do., at lGc. 61U yards Russia Crash, at 15c. 770 yards Vussia Crash, at !Gj. 701) yards Russia Crash, at illc. lliu pieces Russia Diaper, ataj 50. 511 pieces ' Russia'Diaper, at S3 50. The above Goods are as cheap as tlievcanba bought by the bale. JOHN H. STOKES fes No. 702 Arch street. ' "jl /f ARSElLLES Q.UILTS—Of Mao quality, at J3JL moderate prices: - Good Blankets in large sizes. ^^, Sheeting Muslius, of every width. Several grades of Tickings ' - TABLE DAM ASKS.—Power-loom Table Linen, damas...

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

FOB SALE AND TO LE'f. M' AHCH STR -ET—FOR SALE-An elegant Residence, 25 feet' iront, with-every modern con vcmencestable aud carriage-house, and lotoi groupd 175feet deep to Aca semy streSt, situate on the Norm side of Arch street, totween Tohta 618 Walnut smct. •"•?"• le(u JP CHESTWUT HILL-FU R SALS—The ' l__property ot the iate Samuol Hildeburn Esq . situate on the Perkiomen turcpllre, a short dial taoce from the- raUroad depoi, el~eant lar^e man sion, with every city co?ye ' nien^\^Jie fetl' . BC-ty?" and every necessary out-building. Will bi E?. ^^ ftom iour to tw snty acres of laud attachedas may be desired. Commands^he must hanusome and extended vie.w from Chestnut Hill J. _C. GUMMEY- - SONS 51-8 Walno.. st. «fl§, FOR SALE—A nrst class RESIDENCE Bal on Chestnut street, west of Bruad, with all tne modern improvements, in lull view of Rttteahouse.fcquare. Address, Box 42, POST OFFICE. fe9-7t* Mn.^'iJii -m„^E W^JLei\oUfulan'lconveni»nt*^ COUNTS. RESIDENCE , with flaeSE Barn...

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

H II ' __L ' - fl. 1 T PTJTTTATV. SALE Til\t-P.s A RTTRC. __ MAN'S REGISTER. VALUABLE COUNTRY PROPERTIES AT PRIVATE SALE.—The vert-rine rarra of Adam Eckleldt, Fsq.. on the West Chester road, six mile: froir. the Market street bridge, containing 15'J acres, with very Hue improvenents. The mansion is over 100 feet lront, on a fine lawn, several springs and two streains of water It is two miles bevond the city limit. The land is in the highest iiale of cultivation, has been used as a dairy farm. Ch the property are also very extensive bailrinss for-Corrvmg on that business. * t3~ Full particulars may be had at the auction ftc.re, or it may be examined on application to Mr. Eckfeiot. owner aud occupant. _l»o. a desirable farm of 75 acres, adjoining West Ohc-strr, pur: located within the limits of the borough. Thi» valuable property is in tbe highest state of cultivation, and the fences, baiIdings, _ c., in complete order. Pur* spring water is force4 up to the dwelling and barn, a...

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

Frem our Third Edition of Yesterday THE EXPEDITION TOWAEDS BICHMOND. Bamimobe, February 9:—The American has a special despa tch from Portress Monroe, from C. 'C. Fulton, who has been up- to City ^ Point. ¦ It says: ¦ The rebel flag-cf-truce steamer Schultz, with Conimissioner Ould and Captain Hatch, the truce officer, arrived on Sunday morning at City Point. Two citizen prisoners, brought, down br tne Schultz, were sent on board tho Neiv York:. They were both Marylanders. One o f them Mr. A. F. Breugle, of Frederick, Ma., was captured at Middletown on tbe 20th of June last, whilst acting as a volunteer <*?**% *° the Sanitary Commission, and the other, Geo. TVV Loriglev, of Baltimore county,was captured whilst driving a *a _on of the -ao.tary ComoisMon near " Chancellorsville on the 2itb of, November. They were released through the inter position of the Kev. Mr. Petnken. The prisoners brought exciting news from RichnM>Bd, which ttwy represent to have been in a sta...

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

¦ ¦ . " - NEW PUBLICATIOlSrS. , NEXT WEEK: PRIVATE MILES O'REILLY will be ready witliHiS BOOK, rich with SongsServices and Speeches, and Comically Illustrated. feG-s&w ALLEN'S —ai '_ tJf Pilli-tDvi; THE LIFE OF PHILIDOR, Musician aud Chess Player, by George Allen, Greek Professor in the University of Pennsylvania; with a Supple, merntary Essay on Philidor, as Chess Author and Chess Player, oy Tassile Yon Ueldebrand und ilei Lasa, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary Ot the Ktng of Prussia, at the Coirrtol Saxe-Waitr—r. i vol:- , octavo, ' .<< vellum, jilt top. "Trice 83 25. Lately published by S. Ii. BUTLER &. CO., noS 137 South Fourth street. THEOLOGICAL IKKJKS. PAMPHLETS and NEWSPAPERS bou»nt and sold at JAS. BARRS, H«S Market sfi-et. Philadelphia. fel Ml'SlCAL SKETCHES —By _lise PolKo.— Translated from the sixth German edition, by Fainy Fuller. 1 vol. ltimo. On tinted paper. Cloth. PTice, *1 03. CONTENTS—"A Mightv Fortress is our Go...

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

BUSINESS- CAffos. Uncnrrent Bank Notes and Oity Warrants bought at the lowest rates of discount. ! ja-i-'im CiORN EXCHANGE BANK, P_iLaJ>ai,PHi_, ; Novemberad. 1?53. At-tce election held 16—1 Inst the lolloovinj Stockholders were i duly elected Directors of the Corn Exchange Bank: Alexander G. CatteU, John F. Gross, J«.iaes Steel Christian J. Hoffman, Robert Ervien, H. W. Catherwood, WUliam P. Cox, Edmund A. Soudyr, Samuel T. Canby, Charles E. Wtlirims. Philip B. Mingle David Vandervear, Jonathan Knight. And at the meeting of the Board this day ALES. G. CATTELLEsq., was unanimously re-eieuted President; and ALEX. WHILLDIN, Emi., Vice resident, and JOHN W. TOR REY Cashier. J. W. TORREY. np'24-3mG t^itshier. AS FIXTfRKS—V.AUNEH, MISKEY & CO., No. 718 CHESTNUT street, Manufacturers of Gas Fixtures, Lamps, _c, tc. ' "-would call the attention of th" public to th=ir large and elegant assortment of Gas. Chandeliers, Pendants 3-irackets' „c. They also introduce Gas pipe...

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

VO-VASTXiSUSmt'O. DI SSOLUTION.—The co-partn'rship hereioforeexisting between KOI1EKT L. ALLSV and HUGH WILSON, under the style and Urol ALLEN A WILSON, is this day d: 4S.M red by the withdrawal of Hrgh Wilsan thiretrom. HUGH WILSON Far.iigAEY 9th, l»l, - febP-tts OTICE—JOSEPH LEA ,tUU. HAVETHI^ day admitted Joseph Talnall Lea as a general partner in their House. Their business in ihe city of New York wiU bo conducted under the s'vle of T J. A j: T. LEA A CO., lliReade Street, New York. Philadelphia, Feb. 1st. 1^04. feS-'Jsv* CARD. —Ac unexpected event having iuterlered with tha intended arrangemeuts of the subscribi'ra, ilisdeemed advisable u withdraw the notices of the Dissolution of Partnenhip and Copartner! hip of M B. M AHONY ft: CO., in which we are teverally interested, that were annoui»*ed on the first inctant. M. B. MMIONY, J. P. STACKHOUSE, C. A MAHONY. Puilapa , Feb. 4fh, 1S0I. CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE —We have this day admitted Mr. CHARLES A. MA—ONY as a partner in out ...

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

GREAT I USK1FUL .tSD V __«._» DlBCOVkBT DISCOVERY! . MILTON'S Applliible $0 INSOLUBLE CEMENT the useful Is of more general practical utility Arts. thou any invention now before the public. It has been thoroughly testfed during the last two years by practical men, said pronounced by all to be SUPERIOR TO ANY Adhesive Preparation known. A new thing. Hilton' »Insoluble Cement is a new thingand the result of years oT study; its combination is on Its Combina- SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES, tion. and under no eirouinst—ices or change of temperature, will it become ' corrupt or emit any offensive sineU. Boot and Shoe BOOT AND SHOB Manufac- Manufacturers using Machines will - toors? find it the best article known for CetbeObannel as it works without delay, is not affected by any change of temperature. v.™.!-,*. JBWBtBBS jewelers. Wi]1 flnd lt gnjBcienuy adhesive fta their use, as bas been prove A F&milie». it la K*p«i«l^ Adapted te And we claim as an especial merit that it sticks Patche...

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

LiqUUKS, <feU. IS. WATERMAN, . The only Manufacturer of i WATERMAN'S COOKTAIL i and TONIC BITTERS. Sold Wholesale and Retail. No. 1106 MARKET Street, fi-5-lm§ . V Philadelphia. B AY RUM.—Pore Bay Kum, Imported direct from j-f. Thomas, W. I., in bottle and for sale by GEORGE ALKIN' S, 10 and 12 South Delaware Avenue. ja30 - HERRY WINE.— Amonttllada Sherry of sujieribr quality m cases 1 dozen each, on consignment ai. for sale by GEORGE ALKINS, 10 and 12 South Delaware avenue. SCOTOH WHISKEY In cases of one dozea each, on consignment and for sale by GEO. ALKINS, 10 and -2 Son'h Delaware avenue. XTRA SPARKLING CHAMPAGNE 6T DER4 -af wholesale. Grocers and shippers invited to examine. P. J. JORDAN. 220 Pear street, below Third and Walnnt streets. no4 F. DUN TON, . 119 South Front street, above Walnut. Agency of CRUSOE and CAMPELL SHERRIES, E2NESTIRROY A CO.' S CHAMPAGNES^ Golden Star Brand, Ay Grand —Cousseux, BRANDIES, PORTS and MAP-IRAS, aull UTLERS and SHIPPERS, ATTENTION.— CH...

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

COAL. OAL— v ' ¦ Z JUTHN A HILLER, FAMILY < OAL OFFICE, No. 120 South FOURTH Street (Northwest corner Fourth aud Library streets), Philadelphia. Coal selected from the best Mines for Family Use, at the lowest market prices. _y Prompt aS tention to Orders, and speedy Delivery. Also, AgentsforPHILADELPHlAand BOSTON ICE. Families, Hotels and Offices supplied at tholo west market prices. < jagtf-lro. OAL—SUlfAK LOAF, «E_VCtaT J—a-DOW and Spring Mountain Lehigh Coal, and best Locust Mountain from Schuylkill, prepared -9£??Sfef0,'J tS5lllyuse- Depot, N. W. corner tr^FIILSSi1 ^HJW3"W streets. Office, No. 113 South SECOND street. ' . Ph27 .T. WALTON A CO. B. MA80B BIH—J. JOSH V. BU—»__. THE UNDERSIGNED INVITE ATTENTIO* to their stock of Uuck Mountain Company's Goal, .Lehigh Navigation Company's Coal, and Locust Mountain «« *< which they are prepared to sell at the lowest market rates, and to deHver in the best condition. Orders left with S. MASON BINES, Franklln Insti...

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