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

COAL. riOAL—V XUHN * HTLLER, FAMILY COAL OFFICE, No. ISO South FOURTH Street (Northwest corner Fourth and Library streets), Philadelphia. :; Coal selected from the best Minos for Family Use, at the lowest market prices. «y Prompt attention to Orders, and speedy Delivery. Also, Agents for PHILADELPHIA and BOSTON ICE. Families, Hotels and Offices supplied at the loweat maiket prices. jagS-lm COAL SUGAR LOAFBEAVER U£a. DOW and Spring Mountain Lehigh Coal, and best Locust Mountain from SchuylldlLprepared expressly for family use. Depot, N. W. eomei EIGHTH and WILLOW streets. Ofilce, No. Ul South SECOND street _„„v»^„„ niuh27 J. WALTON i OO. 8. JLASOM BIHSS. JOHN ». BflBAP». THE UNDEBSIGNBD INVITE ATTENTIOH to their stock of Buck Mountain Company's Coal, Lehigh Navigation Company' s Coa l, and Locust Mountain " " which they are prepared to Bell at the lowest market rates, and to deliver in the best condition. Orders left with S. MASON BINES, Franklin Institute Building, SEVENTH str...

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

( BOARD OF TRADE. - S. W. DE COURSEY, ) 1 JAMES C. HAND, > MOHTHXY COSMITTBB. GEORGE L. BUZBY, \ ¦ •AILHie DAYS OF STEAMSHIPS. TO ARRIVE. 8HTPB »BOK SOB DATS Olympus Liverpool..New York......Jan. 28 Bavaria Southampton..New York......Jan. 27 North American...Liverp'l...Portland Jan. 28 Chins Liverpool..New York Jan.30 CofManchester.Liverpool..New York..... Feb. S Hammonla.. Southampton—New York Feb. 9 Saxonia Southampton—New York.. Feb. 10 Africa Liverpool..New York Feb. 13 Asia.. Liverpool.. Boston. Feb. 13 Bremen. Southampton—New York™ Feb. 17 Canada Liverpool—Boston Feb. 20 TO DEPART. Ocean Queen—New York—Aspinwall Feb. 13 Germania New York—Hamburg —Feb. U America New York..Bremen Feb. IS Columbia New York..HavanafcN O-Feb. 13 Jura—. Portland.. Liverpool Feb. 13 Edinburg New York-Liverpool Feb. is Geo Cromwell .New York-New Orleans Feb. 13 Arabia Boston—Liverpool ..Feb. 17 OotWashlngton..N York..Liverpool Feb. 17 Bellona New York..London Feb. IS Morning Star..New Yor...

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

TOBACCO AND SEQARS. KENTUCKY TOBACCO—Dark heavy Kentucky Tobacco, suitable for shipping; in store and for sale by GEORGE ALKINS, 10 and 13 Sonth Delaware avenue. ^ ja!8 ENNSYLVANIA SEED LEAF TOBACCO. —114 Cases Pennsylvania Seed Leaf Tobaeeo Wrappers and Fillers, and Old Cavendish for sale by GEORGE ALKXN'S, 10 and 12 South Delaware Avenue. J*"* T7TRGINIA InANUP AOTUBE^OBAOOOe V THE FIRST ABJJIVAL SJNOB T™ ,^5 BROKE OTJT.-35 boxes superior »weetlnmpi jnit received from Norfolk, now landing Iron ^ MrrJ0re ^eMAS WEBSTEB, J*., Oeaerai Agent Unio^S^a^P^pan, ^

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

^mm^mmmmmm^mamima^m mmammmmammm tmm^mammmmsa^ M ARTIN LEANS, NO. 402 CHESTNUT Street, first Premium awarded by Franklin Instltnw to MARTIN LEANS, Manufacturer of MASONIC MARKS, PINS, EMBLEMS, fto. New and original designs of Masonie Marks and Templars' Medals, Army Medals and Corps Badges of every description de3-3mo 4 U S. B. , The Universal Spring Bed, easiest, cheap, est and best ia use. Hair, Palm and Husk MaVtresses, Feather Beds. Comfort and Spreads, PHILBROOK & CO. dee4-3mo No. 9 South Seventh street , riANARY SEED.-TWENTY-FIVE BBLS \ j Prime Canary Seed In store and tat sale by *ORKMAjK*CO.,llo.i3 Wain, atrMt

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

STOVE3 , l H E ATEB8 , AC. THOM AS S. ID I X O N Late Andrews & Dixon, Ho. 1324CHESTNUT Btreetpniiadalphla. Opposite United States Hint, Manufacturers of LOWDOWN, PARLOR, CHAMBER, OFFICE, AND OTHER GRATES, for Anthracite, Bituminous and Wood Firs* ALSO, WARM AIR FURNACES, ffor warming public and private buildings, REGISTERS, VENTILATORS, . ' AMB CHIMNEY OAEH, COOKING RANGES, BATH BOILERS, *c , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. my*

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

n ET YOUR STAMPING, BRAIDING, EMIT BROIDERY and Tambouring done at CAMERON'S, 228 North EIGHTH street and 508 Soath SIXTH street. . . Ladies' under-clothing in stock and «adei t» order. Tucking neatly done to order. fe3-am* OTTON SAIL DUCK, OOTTONU^IIVAB of every weight, frcm one. to rtro^wide, istt numbers; Wry and light *^7^„ J55S? ASHLAND TOPSAIL and other Awning Twills,. •flS^7 *»TUSJ^' iaUtfl

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

LOST, LO ST—A CERTIFICATE of 5 per Cent. Loan of Slate of Pennsylvania, for S51B 05, dated M SS^^S' 1E30 'No - 754 > In name of WILLIAM MEREDITH. Also, a Certificate of 5 per Cent. Loan of State of Pennsylvania, for the sum of $200, ated June 30th, 1845No. 1452, i n name o f ELI K. PRICE, Administrator of William Meredith, in Trust. Application has been made to the Auditor-General for a renewal of said Oerttflcaten. „__, ELI K. PRICE. ie0-3m$ No. 811 Arch street.

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

PENTISTBY. : ¦*WSE=» SB FINE, PBAOTTOAIi DKNXISX ftxrvrffor^Se last twnty years«9 VTNE^efc DeiQ^ Tttra7lnserts the most beautiful TEETH of ttl°SeT& tedSn »ue Gold, Platoa, Sflrerv VulcaniteCoralite, Amber, it., at prices for neat and substantial work, more reasonable than any Dentist in this e«yor State. Teeth plugged tolastrer life. Artificial Teeth, repaired to suit. No pain in extracting. All work warranted to fit. • Batejance. hestmiHes- fa de29-3m»

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

S ILVER PEARL SOAP, a very superior article for DETERSIVE and WASHING purposes. Put np in tin cans of one, five, ten and twenty pounds. Liberal discount to the trade. For sale by GEORGE ALKENS, 10 and 12 South Delaware Aveane. ten

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

COB W S50 Bales of Spanish Corks just received and for sale, by DALLETT & SON, K9 South Front street. ¦ ¦ r

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

REIMER'S COLOEED PHOTOGRAPHS, tliouEh made at me low price of SI do,, are iieTeitlu-lHss line Pictures; naturally colored, as infpecli011 WI " Prove. SECOND street, above Green. r~ aFEANl> ORMNAEY NIOHT L&TUHES C and I-octs, with other Building Hardware, for sale at TRUMAN &. .SHAW'SNo. S35 (Eight TB)Tty-fi»el M&rfeet street, below Ninth. iTlVORYTYPEexecutod in the manner done by B. V. RE1MER, is the most charming thing yon can imagine. See specimens and engage one at 624AROH Mreet. W- W- -W HY-SH.SH-SH1VER when a Door Spring would keep the door closed and thewind out. Tarious.kinds for sale at TRUMAN' & SHAW'S, No. S35 (Eight Thirty-flve) Market street, below Ninth. AN ArsTISTIU TRI UN.PH—The production ot such Hne Pictnres as those Life-size PHOTOGRAPHS, in oil colors, bo splendidly execttted, 0-H ARCH »tr»ejt. Lite-liUe PORTRAITS. POR 'frMOUTH STKAM FaCTOKY ~ SPO')Ij COTTON, Best six-cord. Also, of same manufactnie Amory's Enameled Threid;...

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

• __j^- STEIN & SUNS' 4g§||g|gS ffyrft ' pianos. fTfTifi SQUARE, UPRIGHT AND GRANDS. THB jjtoST CELEBRATED AND POPULAR, ALL OVER THE WORLD, AT *mmm radius bros., 0gfem ^ ff n 1008 Chestnut street. IF J I |l LEHIGH LQCUST MOUNTAIN AND Black Heath, White Ash Coal, carefully selected and prepared for family use, tree from slate and dustdelivered promptly and warranted to give full satisfaction, at prices as low as the lowest for a good article. Lump Coal for foundriesand Chestnut Coal for steam purposes, at wholesale prices. An assortment of Hickory, Oak and Pike Wood, kept constantly on baud. Alsolien excellant article of Blacksmith's Coal, delivered free of carting to any part of the city. A -trial of this coal will secure your custom. Send vcmr orders to THOMAS E. OAHILL, Offices, 325 Walnut street. Lombiro. and Twenty-fifth street North Pennsylvania Railroad and Master street. JPine stree' wharf, Schuylkill. THE COLD SPRING ICE COMPANY. Offices and Depots as above. Wago...

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

A B0MAUGE OP THE "WAB. The ablest romance yet puwisnea, having for its basis the events of the "War for the Union, is " Cudjo's Cave," by Mr. J. T. Trowbridge, and we have read it with deep interest. The scene is laid mainly among the wild and rugged mountains of East Tennessee, and the characters introduced are mainly residents of that region, though the hero, Penn Hapgood, is a " Friend " from the North. There are fugitive slaves, "poor whites," aristocratic rebels and sturdy Unionists among the dramatis persona:, and their characteristics are finely limned. The author, while showing his strong Union and anti-slavery sentiments, yet sketches the actions and modes of thought of " poor whites" and rebels with absolute impartiality, and while directing his batteries of righteous indignation against the system of slavery, can yet see - how misgjuided men may be forced into treason fron/ almost the very necessities of their position. The cave from which the story takes its name w...

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

-< EXIT FROM PUBLIC BUILDINGS.' A recent Manama letter revives one s shuddering recollections of the calamity in one of the churches at Santiago, Chili, by which so great a number of lives were lost. The number of victims is now stated to have been two thousand five hundred. The bodies of about two thousand have been buried, and the remains of many of the rest cannot be found. The letter referred to says; " Notwithstanding the warning given by this first catastrophe, another almost exactly like it came very near occurring in another church in the same city only twenty-threejdays after. On the 21st of December, while services were beiDg performed in the Church of San Isidro, some artificial flowers became ignited from one of the candles on the altar. Of coursewhen the fire was discovered, an immediate rush for the doors took place. Women, screaming and fainting, fell' in every direction, tho doors becoming choked, aud exit was almost impossible. Providentially the fire w...

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

. .. -a»«— IKON-SLaDS. Just at this -time, when the sea-going qualities of iron-clads are being so extensively discussed, the cruise of the French fleet possesses more than, ordinary interest. It consisted of five iron-clads, the Solferino Magenta, aCouronne, Invincible, and Nor, mandie, attended by the wooden screw line-of-batUe ships Tburville and Napoleon, acting in the capacity of tenders, and also intended ; to compare the behavior at sea of iron-clads and wooden ships. The voyage was made last September in the Bay of Biscay, and afterwards extended from Cherbourg to Madeira and the Canary Islands. The distance traversed by the vessels going and coming was not less'than four thousand miles. The Solferino arid Magenta are similar in their armor to our iron-clad New Ironsides, only partially plated, the ends being left bare. They carry 52 breech-loading rifled 100-pounders, on . two: decks-The Couronne is a ship of 6,000 tons, built of iron. . Her armor is constructed of ...

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

BAKER'S ORNAMENTAL HAIR MANUFACTORY —The largest and best assortment of Wigs, Tonpes, Long Hair BrandB, Curls, Froettes. illusive Seams, for ladies;-at prices lower than elsewhere, at 909 CHE&TNUr .<treet jal3-imrp* »rv__ BAZAAR, NINTH AND SANSOM. !W? STREETS. — AUCTION SALE OF EuESES, CARRIAGES; ic . On SATURDAY MORNING next,atlOo'cloci, comprising about FIFTY HORSES. Pull description in the Catalogues. ALSO, m New aiid fecond-band Carriages, light Wagons, with which the sale will commence. Also. singl& a¥d double Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips,. *E?- No postponement on account ef weather. S-Sale of Horses. &c. on WEDNESDAY. *^ ALFRED M. HERKNESS, fell-Sfrp Auctioneer. BM&rnT-n- TBK tINKIN - HI* WO MA HIT. igSESliS FACTORING COMPANY hava a* if J It- their factory and wardrooms, 1817 WALNUT street, always a most beautiful assortment of their .unrivalled PIANOS, which titty jell at the lowest cash prices or on tnwalmsnta. (jive as a call bef...

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

EVENING BULLETIN FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 12, 1864. NEGRO REGIMENTS The departure of a fourth full regiment of negro soldiers from Philadel phia is a fact that causes no excitement , so easily and gracefully have-the public come to regard the raising of such troops as a right and proper measure. A couple of years a<>o the appearance of a negro in uniform ° in the streets of Philadel phia, would have l>een the signal for a mob. But now, whole regiments are organized, and when they appear in the public thoroughfares, they are treated , as, respectfull y as other soldiers* ^ vThe faisirTg of these negro regiments has ^een ^ dpne in a remarkably: economical manner, and the whole management of the Tsnsiness; is very creditable to the Supervisory , . <?6rnmittee, the members of which have devoted themselves to their work with a zealV earnestness and industry that are Worthy of the highest praise. -The subscriptionsof our;citizens have been liberal • hat the fund...

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

¦»«¦! AN IMPTJDENr APPLICATION". We understand that petitions are being industriously circulated in the counties of Pennsylvania south of the Susquehanna Eiver, praying the President to pardon Isaac Fishel, recently convicted by a Court Martial, which, held its sessions at Carlisle, of desertion and treason,- and sentenced to be shot at that place on the eighteenth of next month. The document alleges that the prisoner is "a man of very low order of intellect;" is "little more than a responsible creature;" greatly addicted to drunkenness; and when under the influence of liquor can be led to do anything; and also that he has a brother who is a confirmed lunatic, and that "his mother never had sufficient capacit y to take care of herself." The petitioners modestly announce that if a free pardon cannot be granted , they will be satisfied if the sentence shall be so modified as to imprison him for life. We doubt if a more impertinent petition was ever presented to the notice of a...

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

GOV. SEYJaOTTB HELPING HIS "FBIENDS." The Democratic Governor of .New xork and quondam candidate for the next Presidency seems to have a natural affinity with rogues and criminals. Is it therefore surprising that he should so naively style them "my friends ?" •-'- ' We learn from a New York contemporary that a notorious scoundrel ; named Merritt, with half a dozen- aliases, j was caught in New York nearly two years ago, convicted on evidence so clear that the jury scarcely left their seats, and sentenced to two years' imprisonment.: As ' this individual hfad a clear record of rascality from boyhood, and had swindled innumerable persons in all parts of the country, numerous charges were made against him,and the police in various parts I of the country were waiting for the expiration of his term to lay hands on him and hold him to answer. Seymour, however, secretly pardons him out a few months before the close of his sentence, apd thus, .with the aid of his friend, the Democrati...

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

. — ^ -~- SELECT AM) COMMON COUNCILS. Ihe citizens ot Philadelphia, and especially the tax-payers, have reason to be grateful to Mr. Spencer Miller and Mr. Wetherill, especially the former, for the stand taken by them tigainst continuing the abominable corruptions of the Highway Department, forthe benefit of the Republican nominees. The p ' eople have been struggling for years to get rid of this iniquity, and probably would have failed to do it, even to the extent which has been reached, but for these gentlemen. A department of street cleaning!has now been constituted, with an inspector, and provision that that its operations shall be under the superyison of the police. There is now at least some hope that oiir streets may be rescued from their present abominable condition. Members of Councils may be assured that the public watches and appreciates their conduct , and that the course of Messrs. Zane and Rich4 is noticed and understood. ¦] .

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