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

KKAJu KSTA.TK SALES. m ORPHANS' COURT SAEE.— Estate of .TABEZ BUNTING, deceised. JAMES A. FREEMAN, Auctioneer. VALUABLE MEADOW TRACT OF 50 ACRES ON CARPENTER'S ISLAN D, DELAWARE RIYER, TWENTY-FOURTH WARD. Under authority ofthe Orphans' Court for the City and County of Philadelphia, on WEDNESDAY, March'2d, 1864, at 12 o'clock, Noou, will be sold at Public Sale, at the PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE the following described Real Estate, late the property of JABEZ BUNTiNG, deceased, viz: All that certain piece or parcel of meadow land situate, lying and being on Carpenter's Island, in the Twenty.fourth Ward of the city of Philadelphia, beginning at the centre.of the road leading to Hog Island at the point where said road crosses Church creek, thence in a southerly direction along said creek,the several courses and distances thereof to Bow creek, thence along How creek to thi embankment recently erected thereon, thence along tbe several courses and distances thereof to loef water mark on th...

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

BOARDING. """" THE HANDSOME RESIDENCE, 1031 WALNUT street, has been opened for the Teception of BOARDERS. Single Rooms and Suites, and vrith and wiUsout private table. - f*lO-lm* ——————^ —IW^——«iM. . AUCTION SALES. JAMES A. FREEMAN, AUCTIONEER, No. 423 Walnut street above Fourth. REAL ESTATE SALE, MARCH 2, 1864. 519 CHERRY ST—A neat two.story brick dwelling bouse, with back buildings and lot, 1 ' 6)£ feet by 94 feet. 824 ground rent. Executrix's Sale—Xstate of Robert P. Jamesdec'd. QUINCE ST—Three two-story brick bouses, below Walnut st; each 11 feet 5 inches by about 50 feet deep, $1000 may remain on each house BUILDING LOT, on Dauphin st above 25th, in North Penn Village, 36 feet from, 225 feet to Herman st. Orphans' Court Sale—Estate of Lewis O. Bauersach, dec' d. 11TH and GIRARD AVENUE—Business stand and dwelling bouse,three-story brick house, S. W. corner, 18 by 60 feet. S90 ground rent Peremptory sale. MANUFACTORY. ftc, MONTGOMERY COUNTY—A tract of land a- the corner of ...

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

BEAL ESTATE SALES. «Si REAL ESI ATE.—JAMES A. FBEEI& MAN, Auctioneer. FASHIONABLE BROWN STONE RESIDENCE, No lnr SPRUCE street, on WEDNESDAY, March 2d . IfcW, at 12 o'clock, Noon, willba soldatPnblio Sale, at tbe PHILADELPHIA EXCHANGE the following described.'Real Estate, viz: All thai fashionable four, story Brown Stone Residence witb double three-story baok buildings and lot of ground thereunto belonging situate oai the north side-of Spruce s t., No. 1717, 21 feet front and 105 feet deep to aim street, a 20 fret staeet. The residence is uell built and flnishedin a style suitable tothal neighborhood. Two superior Band and Ayer' s Furnacet in the cellar. ¦ Large plate-glass windows frmt and back. M.rblc vestibule . Breakfast on first floor vtilh two kitchens. Large dining-room,' communicating by enameled glass-doors with a Library rac-m. Two pintreeiwith hot and cold water and la-gc closets. Hot and co!d water with walnut permanent washstanis in all the chambers. Marble...

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

~ • WANTS. ¦ VV BLISHMENT, in Washington, D. C, a XADY who is a first-rate CUTTER, and will take charge ofthe work-room. Liberal salary will be given to one who can produce good references. Applications addressed to A. O., Box 2572 Philadelphia Post Office, -will be promptly attended to. fe9-3t$ MPLOYMENT.—WANTED—BY A. Q-ENTLBHAN, about middle age, in modera-e Ileal h, a situation as Collector, in a Baukiagnonse, Insurance or other mercantile business. Salary expectedmoderate. Reference if required. Please address at this office, " Experience.' ieS-6t LARGE FIRST-CLASS SERVANTS* EMPLOYMENT HOUSE has always a eood selection of capable, civil WOMEN and GIRLS, lor family servants and Hotels, and every branch of usefulness, to suit all. 735 SANSOM street. Conducted by a respectable American I,°dy. ¦ -• fe9-6t* m WANTED TO HUROHASEA MODErate sized HOUSE, west of Br ad and north of Pine streets. Address PURCHASE, Bui,-xkhk Qggiog' . fel0-6t* <it WANTED TO RENT—A HOUSE, with B...

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

uooertsiius i euu jwxtoldb _raJM*™™* Colonel , n »»""" — ™»rets t Of Pennsylvania, at Wafhmeton. regrew tnat Pennsylvania has' establishedI noafeency at w asa _ ington to protect tbe soldiers by seemg^ ^SSSss&ayS SH Si^^ ^B^ J do not wish to be understood as ™jg°s „at3 < ¦with gentlemen who are engaged ff "a 'm ^rely many of them highly ^t.mable an^ l« y ^fean»s ««fH *£ ^--"-nSSSrfc^ if the soldiers who. l'e *S 'iw ie-siet & ttTch9 a|ce^ » o^2^h ^T fflaS ^'JA^&W^ » a?d SmmS/^at which could as well have been Sone witbont him, and secures from his victim an SorofSSt cmnpensation or authority to collect in nls absence, and not unfreqaently closes the transaction by sending his victim away intoxicated ancUdegradedwho probably in a few hoars finds himself in tbe guard-bouse, penniless and friendless."

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

AMUSEMENTS. TAMES E. MURDOCH ^ MUSICAL FUND HALL. JAMES E. MURDOCH _• WiH give a course of Scriptural and other Select Readings, AT MUSICAL NUND HALL, On TUESDAY EVENING, Feft. 16, On THURSDAY EVENING, Feb. 18, On SATURDAY EVENING, Feb. 20, ' At % before 8 o' clock. : Tickets for the course, reserved seats, -81 00. Tickets for single leoture, reserved seats, 50 ct'. For sale at Ashmead & Evans's, 724 Chestnut street, after 9 0' clock Saturday morning, fel 0- 9t*

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

1226 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia mousy Refunded if not Satisfactory! UNE SHIRTS Mad* of New York MUIs Muslins. Very Fine Irish Ltnen Bosoms, only 93—usual price »3 75. Wimamsyme Muslin 82 75, usual price »s 50. T«yw««onahi« deduction to whauvut trade.

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. RETAIL DEPARTMENT^ M'CALLTJM & CQ. Beg leave to inform tbe public that tbey h&Y leased tbe old established Carpet Store, No. 519 CHESTNUT STREET, Opposite Independence Hall, FOR A EETAIL DEPAETMEHT, Where tt»y are now opening A NEW STOCK, or \ IMPORTED ANB AMERICAN CARPETS, Embracing the choicest patterns of AXMINSTER, ' ITAPESTRY CAB ROYAL WILTON, I PETS. VELVET; IBRTJSSELS CARPETS VENETIANS. Together -with a fall assortment of everything pertaining to the Carpet Business. . ja30-tf4)

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

ENTERPRISE MILLS. ATWOOD, RALSTON & CO., MAHOTA0TTJRXR8 AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IK CABPETIWGS, Oil Cloths, Mattings * Ac., Ac. .Warehouse, 619 Chestnut Street, ' • ' '¦ . '¦ ¦"¦ " and ¦ ' ¦ " 616 Jayne Street. *M-4a»

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

1864. SPRING 1864. GLEN ECHO MILLS, GERMANTOWN, PA. M'CALLUMc&CO. Manmfaetoren. Importers and "Wholesale Dealer* CAEPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, 4c. Warehouse, 509 Chestnut &,, Opposite Independence HalL jaao-tt

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

P. F. KELLY. B. K. JAMISON. . P. F.KELLY & CO.,' Bankers and Exchange Brokers, NORTHWEST CORNER OF THBD MD CHESTNUT STS., . ^. PHILADELPHIA. iaI9-3m«

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

GEO , N. HARVEY & SON, STOCK BROKERS, No. 218 Walnut Street. GEO. N. HARVEY has this day taken into partnership his son MILTON L. HARVEY. The business will hereafter be conducted by GEO. NHARTEY ft SON. GEO. N. HARVEY. fes-lmj MILTON L. HARVEY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

CITY BPLLBTIH. STATE Ol" THE THERMOMETER THIS DAY AT THE BULLETIN OFFIOE? » *•; B?.,4U° ..- ......12M\, 4G° 1« P. M...50-Minimnm Temperature during last 34 hours, 26° "Weather cloudy—Wind Southwest. Drfggiko Solpiees.—Not a day passes but what several soldiers are robbed of their wellearned money. There appears to be a ' regular organ lzeqgang to prey upon thesoldier^, and they now JhrWea-ilne opportunity of carrying on their villainous operations, when so many veterans are mtjheloity, and enlistments are going on so briskly. Totr£lHtheS |Oldier of his bounty mone3r seems tu bo the aimSefthis set of rascals. If a soldier is seen a liiUe bjroiDder rhe iulluance of liquor he is taken in charge by one ol these men and then te is not let up ULtil_heiscri>ined of eYery cent. Various means are resorted to to accomplish th-ir purpose. Thefoldier is generally plied witn common liquor sr.d if he then succeeds in retaining his senses, drugs are frequently resorted to. Several ins...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

ANOTHER NIGHT AMONG THE ¦ SPIRITS. It is like trespassing on the patience of intelligent readers io ask them to follow us through another eTeningwitlHlie '-Davenport Boys," but we feel it a serious duty to expose such bare-facod charlatanry, trickery and blasphemy, especially when, as in the present case, it is accompanied by ignorance, arrogance and cool defiance of public opinion. The audience last evening was not quite so large as on some former occasions, but there was a considerable sprinkling of unbelievers, who, by their jokes, suggestions and derisive laughter cast contempt on the entire affair, and lurnished considerable amusement- to the intelligent among the company. About ~% o' clock the lights were turned down, just as a discuesroi was going on in one corner of the room as to whether the "Boys"' were not the. same people who were ' 'run out'' of Boston after they had pretended to renounce the business of Spiritualism, and after they had told, to paying audiences, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

¦BaBBCBaaBBBHBBBBBmK^'9«.'K«rqBMaS^BS A NEW IMP0Sm03J". We print below a railroad bill introduced ih the" House of Representatives, at Harrisburg.on Tuesday last, for ' the information of tne citizens of th» Fifteenth and Twentieth wards, through-which the proposed" road is to. pass, and of all others interested in the convenience and safety of access to the Fairmountand Lemon Hill narks. Under the? guise of a passenger railway, in itself objectionable, it provides for a tteam railroad from T wentyv fiith and Spring Garden streets to the Columbia; brWge, parallel to the Reading Railroad, along tha whole length of the park, with the privilege of using locomotives, subject only to the general ratt- - road law. The prtsent great use of this avenue by" the locomotives and long trains necessary to tha supply of the city with coal, is felt tobeasourcaof danger to all who visit the park. With another independent railroad, taking »p all the remaining space allotted to vehicles, the pu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

The Knickerbocker Life Insurance Com- rii'T.-we present to onr readers in this issue, the card ofjhe Knickerbocker Life Insurance Company of New York. This institntisu is now iu the front rank ot American life corporationsand fur safety, reliability, and the most liberal treatment of policy holderF, its reputation is beyond reproach. Ihe steady growth, and permanent prosperity evinced in its yearly statements warran* us in saying, that the confidence manifested by tbe public has been fully merited. The management are from among our best and most successful business meu and are well known in the community for their honorable dealings and unimpeachable integrity. Life insurance is of itself a great benevolent scheme, and as a system deserves unlimited support. The only question is as to companies, and we can heartily commend to our readers tho Knickerbccker as one ia which they can tavelmpli.-it confidence. Mr. Gustavns Paul, known tonearly every business man in Philadelphia as ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

««» TWELFTH WARD—A MEETING o i JlJJj the Citizen's Bounty-Fund Committee of the Twelfth Ward, -will b« hold this (Friday) EVENING-, the 12th instant, at 1' A o'clock, at UIPPES' HALL, northwest corner ol FOURTH .and GREEN streets. The public in general are invited to attend. Let -ihere be a large gathering of the citizens, as there ¦will be business to transact in -which every resident is interested. WM. B. MANN, President. WM. B. Cohbelt., Secretary. . It* r*s=> TWENTl-FIRST WAEU BOUNTY • Hi? FUND ASSOCIATION.—A meeting of the llxecutive and Collecting Committee of the Bounty Fund, -will be held at Morris's Hotel, Manayunk, -on MONDAY Evening, 12th mst., at?j£ o'clock. The Sub-committees of the several Precincts will ¦Teport their subscriptions paid up. The Executive Committee guarantee exemp'- ion from Draft to -any person in the Ward by paying to the Fund the sun of Thirty dollars, or if drafted the money to ~be returned. A. CAMPBELL, President. . Geoege A. Smith, Secret...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

ui uie tue uie 1KB UNION BEHEVOLENT ASSOCIATION—THE F00B AUD THE SEASON. us Denau poor or cny managers or the Union Benevolent Association are compelled to make a second appeal for the season for funds. It was hoped that the mildness of tne winter and the activity of trade would have made a second appeal unnecessary ; but the enormously increased cost of every article of living and especially of fuelhas laid burdens upon the poor which calls for greater liberality towards them - . and cur trcatttrg is emptf. Not withstanding the apparen ' prosperity abroad there is an under eurrSnt of suffering which is our duty to tetrch oat and relieve. The labor of working-men is well remunerated; but that ot poor sewing women is not, except iu special cases. We know of those who, working late and early, earn but S3 00 per wet k; who make common shirts for 81 So, and drawers for SI 0U per dozen. Men control their wsges by banding together and demanding an increase of pay, but there seems to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

i Ul11 Jib oi JSTAEB.IED. ¦nrvTiwo i* TVTT'TTrvfcTir a t- -d„«„i,-i„« tvt -%r ^WLXO , £LU1> uuKiju, J.-,. x., on the 9th instahtr, in the presence of Rev. Satnl. Longfellow, William Potts, recently ot" Philadelphia, to Lucretia S., daughter of Edward Anthony, of the former place. No card5_ # 1 • DIED. BECKEL—On Thursday, the 11th inst., Ejnily Virginia, youngest daughter of Prof J C. aud -Charlotte Beckel, aged 15 years, 7 months and 14 day. ' The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from her parents1 residence, Main street, Germantown, on Sunday afternoon, the 14th instant, at a o'clock. To proceed to Odd Fellows' Cemetery. ** BURROUGH—On the morning ol the 11th inst., - after a long'illness, Mrs. Ann Btirrough, aged 71 years, relict ot the lite Josepla Burrough. The relatives and friends of the deceased are respectfully invited to attend her fnnet. I from the residence of Thomas Baxendine, Adams street, near the Toll-gate,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

?>*== GEO." WM. CURTIS—This distinguished !i3 speaker will lectnre at MUSICAL FUND UAIil., on FRIDAY EVENING next, Feb. 12, under the auspices of the PENN RELIEF ASSOOIATION, for the benefit of sick and wounded soldiers. Subject "The Eeign of Peace." .Ticket? and i-ecnred seats can be had at Pugh's cor. SIXTH and CHESTNUT. ' fe6-6trp$ rr^=* AT A MEETING OF THE STOOKll_3 EOLDEREof-the Hudson, Delaware and Chesapeake Meam Towing Compaq-, held at the Continental Hotel.Philacleiphia,on Saturday, Jan. 30, 1601 "VV1LMON WHILLDIN, Esq., of Philadelpbin,wns called to the chair, and WM. B. HATCH, of New York, was-appointed Secretary. Upon a sti.tement from the chairman that the stock of the Company had all been subscribed aad itie book closed, the meeting proceeded ti an election of a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, which resulted in the choico of the following gentlemen:— THOMAS CLYDE, ) - - . - - W1LMON WBILLDIN, > Philadelphia. WM. P. CLYDE. ) WM. B. HATCH, "{ New...

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