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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

CABPETLNGS, &0. , : - ARPETXNGS, OIL CLOTHS, AND DRTJGK GETS, WILTON, \ VELVET, BRUSSELS, THREE PLY, } OABPSTIHOB. IN&RATN, VENETIAN, HALL and BTAIR, Ail at the lowest cash prices, for sale by B. %. KNIGHT & SON, nalt 867 Ohaatnat str—t.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

DENTISTBY. ' ' ../. ^S«& DR. FINE, PRACTICAL DENTIST P»Sfffor the last twenty years, 219 VINE Sgeet, beiow Third, Inserts the most beautiful TEETH of the age, mounted on fine Gold, Platina, Silver, Vulcanite, Coralite, Amber, Ac, at prices for neat and substantial work, more reasonable than any Dentist in this city or State. ' Teeth plugged to lastfor life. Artificial Teeth repaired to suit. No pain In extracting. All work warranted to fit. Tlj>forencB. hiMtmilio* f* dfi29-.1m»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

r»bruary.6tb, ISSi. NOTICE. —JOHN F. LOKENS hiving left my employ and having no interest in the above arm, is not authorized to contract or collect any debts tor me SIDNEY DEMlNGr. Philadelphia, TebruarySth, isC4. felt.3t* C\-i_. BAZAAR, NINTH ANI> SANSOM 2»I5 STREETS. — AUCTION SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES. *c On SATURDAY MORNING next, at 10o' clod, comprising about IF YOTJ HATE NOT SEEN B. F. REIHER' S beautiful styles PORTRAITS,' you can have no idea of tueir worih and matchless beauty. 624 ARCH Mr-et ( L AWFUL WIFE-MURDER may Tesuit from excessive labor in the duties ol housekeeping. No man will be accuse'! of it who snpplies his wife with a Clothes- Wringer, for he thereby lppsens her labors, ' and saves its cost in his own clothing. TboCoe-Wheel and the &lf-Adjuster are sold at TRUMAN i SHAW'S, No. ' 835 (Eight Thirty-five) Market street, below Ninth. EIMER'S COLORED PHOTJURAPHS, speak fi.r them> elves. Their accuracy, fln e coloring and quality, has bec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

jpBjr^L"5r"j«Tf SaUABB, "UPRIGHT AND GRANDS. THB aOST CELEBRATED AND POPULAR, ALL OVER THE WORLB, AT ag&m BLAsinsBRok, - grf|BBg| JFfflfl 10M Chestnut street. If 9 I I1 " tSHIGH LOCUST MOUNTAIN AND g£jgBriSjL*H, "Whitb Ash Coal, carefully selected and prepared for family use, tree from slate and dustdelivered promptly and warranted 10 live full satisfaction, at prices as low as the ia west for a good article. Lump Coal for found-4ri»iand Ohebtkut Coai, for steam purposes, at wholesale prices. An assortment of Hiokobt, -sab, and Pins Wood, kept constantly on hand, iuoan excellent article of Blacksmith' s Coal, ailiverad free of carting to any part of the city. A «5al ot this coal will secure your custom. Send loir orders to THOMAS E. OAHXLL, * ofloe», 325 Walnut street bombard and Twenty-fifth street. Sorth pKansylTania Railroad and Master street. ¦pine street wharf, Schuylkill. THE COLD SPRING: ICE COMPANY. ~~ OHcss and Depots as above. Wagons run in all the paved limi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

AN IMMENSE SALE. FIRST EDITION - op \- • - SIX THOUSAND. New Edition in Press* NINTH THOUSAND IN PREPARATION. CUD JO'S CAVE. THE GBEA.T IVOTEL. The demand for this book is as great in allparta of the country as it is in New York.. Philadelphia and New Eng'and. From aU parts of the West, and from California, by telegraph, mail and express, the ordsrf pile up faster than the-books eart be made. Aerer has a Hotel been published that hat received so flattering a reception. Three Editions (eai-h as large as the aggregate sales of a common novel), were prepared before publication, andthis scarcely filled advance orders. Now as the public read this book and learn of its INTENSE INTEREST, TBE DEMAND IS DOUBLED. I ¦ Competent Ju d ges predict tfie SaJe of at least 50,000. As a Historical Workits place is in Every ' Lib ^aty; IT IS NOT A COMMON, flashy novel, but onethat may be given to the purest and most innocent child, whie it will be perused with delight by the inveterate novel ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

Tooiriss; General Robert Toombs has come to grief. General Robert Toombs was formerl y the Honorable* Robert Toombs, United States Senator from Georgia. The Honorable Robert Toombs once expressed an intention of calling the roll of his slaves from the top of Bunker Hill Monument. Preliminary to this monumental roll-call, Honorable Robert Toombs, in January, 1861, resigned $is seat in the United States Senate and started for the South. In the following month Jefferson Davis made him his Secretary of State, but a few months later he had to quit that office to make room for R, M. T. Hunter. Then Toombs became a Brigadier-General, hut we have never heard of his distinguishing himself as a warrior. The other day Toombs ventured to attempt the exercise pf one of the privileges of a Southern freeman and make atrip by. railroad from Savannah. He was asked by ah officer of the Richmond government to show a passport. He had no such document: said that be would not get one ; that he wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

KtJttUVAL,. JOHNO. BAK EE. has removed from 154 Ndrth Third street to TiS MARKET street. Particular attention will be jiven to ' the manufacturing and bottling of his celebra'ed Cod Liver Oil. Jobu O. Baker & Co.'sMedicin.il Co.1 Liver Oil has for many years had a reputation for genuinenes s, freshness-purity and sweetnesswhich his made th© demand universal. In this house, 718 Market street, the facilities for obtaining, manufacturing and bottling are greatly increased, and is all done under the most careful supervision of tbe original andsole proprietor. This brand of Oil has, ihererore, advantages over all otheis, and recommends itself. JOHN C. BAE.ER, Wholesale Druggist, ja2S-th,s,tn - No. 7lb Market Street. 1 i' L E B , WBavjs s .-a. c 0 Manufac t urers o f MANILLA AND TARRED COBDAGB, CoedsTwihk, &a, *"""* Ho. S3 North Water street and No. 22 North Dels. ™»™ xr ? Me aTenue, Philadelphia. EdwikH. Fitlke. MioaaaiWmaT B rstmitAa F. Oi.oththii T ^™rv N^? 4KS ' AUCT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

THE MALBEN MTXRDEB. About ten years ago the people of Massachusetts and of the country were horrified at receiving tidings of one of the most diabolical murders ever recorded upon the pages of the criminal calendar. The murderer and the victim were both men of high standing in Boston, and money the motive which prompted the deed. Within a few days another tragedy has appalled the same Commonwealth—a tragedy which assimilates not a little to the Webster and Parkman murder. Tho perpetrator and the slaughtered victim were both well-known citizens, occupying positions of trust, and respected in the communities in which they resided, and money, the root of all evil, was the object to be gained by the crime. Edward W. Green, the Postmaster of Maiden, a thriving town within a few miles of Boston, made desperate by debts which had accumulated, it is said, by his own recklessness, devised a plan by which he could " secure an amount sufficient to cancel his obligations. . Purchasing a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

EVENING BULLETIN , THURSDAY, FEBRUARY. 11, 1864.^ BECBET SOCIETIES AT THE SOUTH. We nave had at tneJNortti the secret organization known as the Knights of the Golden Circle, whose known purpose was the overthrow of the Federal GrOYemment, throngbrthe triumph of the South. It has, however, either quietly gone out of existence, or has become powerless. As the work of suppressing the rebellion has adranced, the Knights have become helpless, and their ranks have been much thinned. " We are not aware that there is now any other secret society at the North which has apolitical object. But at the South, secret organizations are Becoming quite numerous. The despotism of the Government at Richmond has made it necessary for Union men to be very cautious in ;aM th&t they say and do, and 'also to .band together for their common Bafety. "We have often heard of secret Union organizations 'in- Virginia, in North Carolina, in Tennessee, in Texas, in Louisiana and; even in South Caro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

mm - - SPIRITUALISM AND BLASPHEMY. - We always go for the largest liberty in the discussion of all questions, whether of religion, politics, or of real or pretended science; we go upon the princi ple that error is harmless where truth is left tree to combat it. But there are exceptions to all rules, and the pretended Spiritualism that is now nightly exhibited at the Assembly Buildings is one of those exceptions, j There is no denying the right of any man or- woman to adopt spiritualistic views, if he or she feels sodisposed; and lecturers upon the pretended mystery have always enjoyed full license to descant upon their science, and to practice it withjsuch aid from the invisible world as their ghostly assistants may think proper to vouchsafe them. Such believers in spiritualism as Professor Hare and Judge Edmonds gave respectability to even this strange delusion, and the persons named never made their belief an agency to bring morality or religion into contempt. Andrew Jackson...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

TENTH WARD AKD THE DKiPI II The Executive Committee «f the Tenth Ward, appointed to sclicit subscriptions to the Bounty Fund, wneieby the quota ofthe Ward may be filled by Volunteers instead of drafted men; would urgently call the at tent-on of those who have not subscribed to the necessity of so doingimmediately. The Committee, have been obliged to suspend enlisting men lor want ot funds. Six thousand dollars, if ngw subscribed, will enable the Ward to flil its quota under both calls'of tbe President. The great majority of those who are subject to the "draft and the ones most particularly interested, ha> e not contributed to this fund. It now remains with them to supply tbe deficiency or take their chances of being drafted. These are, therefore, particularly urged to come forward and subscribe. Toe object is one which appeals to the benevolent as well as to the patriotic, and is one to which _> ll classes of society nhoald nobly respond. Subscriptions may be lei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

^ BUSINESS ATPl'IOBB B, N0 "SI0KNESS IN THE FAMILY. NO SICKNESS IN THE FAMILY. NO SICKNESS IN THE FAMILY. Families that; understand the use of Radway s -nf-uly Relief, are never troubled with sukness. Whenever pain or discomfort seizes the patient they wnlyit at once, and that is the end of the diffl-JSty. Those who are seized with Sore Throst, HoarsenessDiphtheria Influenza, Colds, Oonfns , fains and Aches, RheumatismNeuralgia, Ohius and Feveror any other/disease where thfje us Fain or inflammation,should apply the Ready ««-. Hef at once. Do this, and a cure will 5"'°^T SSfow. Thcusands of children have been saved SitTiise in Croup, Scarlet Fever, Convulsions, Sarrhoeaax. Keep this remedy In the house, ind use it when pain is complained of, and no (serious sickness will follow- ,. . _ .... ^wnf«ttT' '^ <UClne8 BSDW1 iY by *I COg f 1,,tS a^eryw here. MaidSTtane, New York.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

Extka Labor • Sale ot Reai Estate. —Mr. James A. Freeman, advertises a very large amount of valuable property for his sale 2d prox. jo es. TATES BT OEDEB OF. THE OltPHANS' COUBT; 2 Es. tales by order of Heirs, and several properties to close concerns. All op which will be Pebkmptoky Sales. Handsome Residences , Ground Rents, &c, &c. : Sale Next Wednesday.— T hi s sa l e i ncludes a large amount of valuable property. IrredtcmoMe Grount Bent, Sl50p«r' attnt.7». Splendid Farm in Montgomery county, by order of the Court,to which attention is invited.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

CURTIS ON "THE SEIGN OF PEACE." To-morrow evening George- William Otutis Esq., will lecture at tbe Musical Fund Hall , on "The Reign of Peace." He is one of tbe ablest and most fascinating orators we have ever heard and his thousands of admirers In OBs city will be rejoiced to hear him ono more,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

IARGE PEEEJIPTOEr SALES VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, BANK, and OTHER STOCKS &c, on Tuesday next, by order of OrphanV Court Execu t or s' an d o th er s . See T h omas & Sons advertisements, auction head. O" Their sale- 23d inst. will include first-class Business Properties, Broad street and Second and T hi rd s t reets , and other property.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

PURE PALM OIL SOAP.-This Soap^Traad - ,, of pure fresh Palm Oiland is entirely a m™ table Soap; 'more suitable for Toilet use than Som made from animal fats. In boxes ef onedoin casaaforgl 50 per box. Manufactured by ""T"1 ¦kt . ™ «EO.M. ELKINTON4SON, Ne. 118 Margaretta street, between Front and Second, above OallOTfWU strert, iew-lyrpj

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

- nmj n «* ' V; £ > WEIGHT & SIDDALL ^. No. 119 Market Street. * Between Front and Second streets, o. w. WEIGHT. 7. H. aJDDALTw DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, A2»I> GENER A L S TOREKEEPER S Can And at our establishment a full assortment of Imported and Dom03tioDrng» popular Patent Medicines Pa i n t s , Oja3: OU, W i n d ow G- l ass , .prescription Via!* * eto., at as low prices as genuine anrtcJaasgoods can be sold./ ¦ ¦ _ FINE ESSENTIAL OILS . •> for Confectioners, In fuU variety, and off the best quality. **„ .. Cochineal, Bengal Indigo, Madder, Pot-Ash, Cudbear, Soda Ash, Alum, OU OS o ' opierat'ExSct of Logwood ftc,, FOK DYERS ? use, always on Hand atloWert ^^ .gSBfeixsoriaMB, -' ' " ' for Keeping cider sweet; a perfectly harmless preparation; put up, with fuH direo-UonsW use, in pacsages, containinsattf- . lloient foT one barrel. Orders by maili or city post , wril mee£ with prompt attention, or special quotations wiH be furcoHied when requested. • WR IG...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

U. S. COUPONS, Dua Feb. 19th. BOUGHT AT MABKET PBICE OF GOLD. DE HAVEff & BBO., SO SOUTH THIRD ST' iell.iotj a fcPM&G IMP0KT4.TI0N. Thos. W. Evans & Co., HAVE NOW OPEN AND ABE DAILY BEOEITjNG, NEW AND BEAUTI70L SILKS, Dress Croods* Shawls, EMBROIDEBIES, &c. Embracing all the Latest Novelties. 818 and 820 Chestnut Street. ftlu-3t$

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

1864. : 1864. NOVELTIES ' AND , '' . ' ' DESIRABLE STAPLES IN ¦ ^ - " ' . . SiJks, Sltawis, a«d l>ress Goods* Bf^CK PILES, all widths and qualities KiorD Fomipill' £ILKSl s ° SStrSrietr: signs. 'mn ° W co!orin e; choice de-¦BV AlVSja1:aai HAVANA MOHAIRS and' CE rerI anei '1 ^0AS a "d MOHAIRS, flneto ' su. ?^;?rR ?nvF?r^5 i1DINES aild HEiJJtABis. p4pwrTrPTO^iTW1?*and c °l ore<l-FRENCH PEKOAT.ES,Pt INTS and fYnrindinK LINENS and WB1 E GOols. Also, COTJRYOI5IER- S PARIS KID GLOYE8. To all of which, together with our u»uil assortment ot DRY GOODS, we Invite attention. JAS. R. CAMPBELL & CO., ftnlSt?- 727 CHESTNUT ST.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

AMOTION NOTICE , Cargo Brig D. Maloney. - New Orleans Sugar and Molasses, SAMUEL O. OOOK, Will sell on Steamship Wharf , above Vine Btreet, OS FEIDAT MORHIBTOr, PeD. 12, . ' AT 11 O'SLOCK, 47 hhds New Orleans Sugar, part choice clarified. 430 bbls New Orleans Molasses, ..landing ex D. Ha l one y . •#¦ SAMPLES with Catalogues early on day of Sale. ltj

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