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

S HARVEY THOMAS, ^„ STOCK BROKER, ^ No. 312 WALNUT Street, Philadelphia, Stocks and Loans bought and sold on commission, at the Board of Brokers. Subscriptions received to U. S. 5-20 LOAN, at par. ja9-3mrp? —^T" watches'. ; watohbsT /%&\ WAIOHES!—500: fine GOLD and A A SILVER WATCHES, by the most.ap-V *S> proved makers, for sale at one-half tne usual prices at the Broker'scorner of THIKU ana GA SKILL streets, below Lombard1___ j«jB-inirp WATCHES, WATCH BS, ^J°.^fnd WATOHES.-New and ^°°nd" „er WATCHES for saleat the Broker' s Offl-e. corner of THIRD and GASKILL streets _ J"-" lror f &&ffi&3B&& i . *<s%fi5fctfflB5e Office hours from 7 A. »• wi r. m. .r*« **>»

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

¦ " ¦¦ '' . - .¦ • ' ' ' : ' - , 1 ' ¦ - ¦ "^TTpr ^rKiaS STOTIOEa- A WAY 3Bs™«"— t -R tt8- SIOKNESS IN THE FAMILY. ' " '" WOSIOKNESSIN THE FAMILY. WO SICKNESS IN THE FAMILY. . -^mfies that understand «& «»of ttujj»g£" .«&&^as£ffl^st vaSS, Bm?seness, Diphtberia. Influenza, Colds, Coughs ^^^ss^ss^Wh ^•Js^i^^s^sss "te1 »2Sf *? Kpenthis remedy in the house, 2rSn-w&n.S? }i^plained of, and no ^^iSa^nlSia^^^^J^dM "L. k„ 7 ¦ RADWAY * CO., arerywhere.. g7 Maiden Lane, New Yori.

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

Gee man Opera .-r-This evening the Philadelp hia pnbiic will,!have an opportunity of hearing for the first time Richard Wagner's opera of Tannhauser, which has for yearsbeen the subject of controversy iu Europe. It has failed to please in so^nie theatres, while it has had remarkable success in others. As ' played by the German company in New York, it drew large houses, and we may expect that the sanu artists will prove equally attractive in it at our Academy of Music. To-morrow a matiaee will be given by the German company, beginning at two o'clock. The delightful opera of The Merry Wives of Windsor will be played, in which the great basso, Hermans, made such a hit last Monday

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

SALE NEXT WEDNESDAY—IBBSDEEMABLE GROUND BENIS OF 8150, LARGE FARMto The pamphiet catalogues ol Mr.: I'xet man's tale, next ¦Wednesday, at the Exchange, will ba issued to-morrow. In ihiB sale will lie the vary valuable farm 01 the late Peter Wager, dco'd., a full descTipiionoivrh.cn can be tad at th* stora. Irredeemable ground, v^nts of 550, $55 and 3150 per annum. TlieeBtate of.the lute Bankson. Taylor, dee'd.. by order of ilia Orphans* Court, and several properties at Manayunt. 13 properties without any reservation.

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

LAEGE PEREMPTORY SALES VAITJABLE REA L ESTATE, J3ANK and OTHER STOCKS, ic., on Tuesday, next, by order of Orphan*' CourtExecutors' and others. See Thomas & Sons advertisements, auction bead. S&- Their tale 23d mst. will include first-class Business PropertiesBroad f-treetand Second and Third streets, and other property.

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

CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF HEW HAVE!, COlffS. BRANCH OFFICE IN THIS CITTj No. 409 Walaut Street. CASE CAPITAL & ASSETS, $330,500; JOSEPH TILLINGHiST, Agent PHUADEirHxa, February Bth, i$«. A Card. We, tha undersigned, tales pltasureinreesta. mending the CITi FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of New Haven, Connevicut. to the eiii. zensof 1 htladelphia, 'with Ue FULLassnraaee, ' that all transactions with this Company will be emiDfntly satisfsetory to tha assured. E. C. Scranton,' Pres. Elm. City SanS:, New Eaven, Conn. A. T. Lowe, Pres. Safety Fund Bant, Boston, filass. Jt. Day Kimball, Pres. Atlas Bans. Boston, Mass, James M. Beebe*uo.. BostonMass. fanlkn<-r, Kimball tCo., Bosion, Mass. Homer Barileit, Treas. Massachusetts Mills, Lowtll, Miss. William Dwight, Treas. Saco Mills, S&eo, He. George B.iss Co , New York«-ity. Willimannc Linen Co , New Torn City. L« ngftreei, Bradford & Co , New YorKCity. 3i. B. Lippinc-tt 4: Co., Philadelphia. H- P. * W. P. Smith,...

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

Importer. Mat ufactnrer, and Dealer la MILITARY. SOCIETY, ,-..- ¦ Atm . . »-'- ¦ e.x»a--[ f ^ ATnI(,AL GOODS. EPATrLETTiiS, ' STTOKDS, SASHES, BELTS, LACES, ' T, BINli 1NGS, HITS, CAPS, GOhVr^?^ MlS V£B "EMBSOIDEBIES,' BULLIONS,-PLUMES. , BUTTONSGLOVES, DRUMS, FIFE?ftc, &c. Also—Kepiii-i, Banners and Flags of every de-• eription. -Army aid Navy Officers. Regiments, Companies » aid Di-.ilers supplied at short noticef fell-!m$ Ko. 131 Norh THIRD St.,'PWla. , J0HN . C. - CAPP. & SON, STOCK AKD NOTE BROKERS, No. 23 Smith Ttoagtieet. Directly opposite the Mechanics' Bank, Government Loans, Stocks and Bonds Bought and Sold on Commission at the Board of Brokers. MONEY INVESTED AND NOTES AND LOANS NEGOTIATED ^^ OSTHE BEST TERMS. fell-3m

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

SPRING, 1864. SPRING 1864 * EDMUND YARD & Co., 617 CHESTNUT STREET* AND 614 JAYNE STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Ha-re now in store their SPRING IMPORTATION OF Silk and Fancy Diy Goods, Consisting of DRESS GOODS of all kinds, Blackand Fancy Files, Saunis, Glo-res, Mitts, Ribbon and Dreis Trim* mmgs. g ALSO, White Goods, Linens, Embroideries and Laces. A large and handsome .assortment of Spring and Summer Shawls, BALMORAL SKIRTS, * OF ALL GRADES, "W hi eh we offer to the trade at the lowest prioeeV ja3u-3m}

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

PETRIE & CO., 44 Park Place, HAVE NOW IN STORE AND ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING, A FULL. VARIETY OF F0S2IGS Dres? Goods and Shawls. HOSIERY, O LOVES, MITTS, Men's Furnishing Goods, &c, AND ARE ALSO SOLE AGENTS FOR THI BE: T MAKES OF DOMESTIC KBT£TTBD SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, FANCY WOOLENS, BICK GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS. fel03t§

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

• 0- M^l 'fJ. c>" & WEIGHT & SLDDALL ^ No. 119 Market Street. Between 1'roiu uiiii ijoeont! iireets. O. W. WBI6HT. IP. 2- SXDBALL. DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPERS Can find at our establishment a fnll assortment of Imported and Domestic Drugs, popnlar Patent Medicines, paints, XJoal OH, Window Glass, Prescription Vlalsetc., at as low prices as genuine first class jraods can be sold. FINE ESSENTIAL OILS for Confectioners, in full variety, and of the best quality. Cochineal, Bengal Indigo, Madder, Pot-Ash, Cudbear, Soda Ash, AWm, Oil ol Vitriol, Annatt«. ' Copperas, Extract of LogwoodSO.JrUJt DYERS' use, always on hand at lowest set cash prices. ° _„—, SULPHITE OF LIMB, for Keeping cider sweet; 3 parWcUv harmless preparation; put up, with full dlrao-Hons for use, in packages, ooatainlngsnfficient for one barrel. ©rders by mallor city posi, will meat wiin prompt attentionor special qnota-Uoius will he funfi&ied when requested. W ' WRIGHT ...

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

186*. 1861 . - ¦ NOVELTIES ' AND " DESIRABLE STAPLES IN Silks, Shawls, and Dress Goods , BOACK SILKS, all widths and qualities. :i COL'D and FANCY SILKS, in great variety. RICH FOULARDS, in new co'oiing; eboiee designs. BUFF, CflB, and HAVANA MOHAIRS and ALPACAS, BLACK ALPACAS and MOHAIRS, fine to su" !. perltDe. RICH J5ROOHE f»RENa.DrNES ant! Kens auis. 3-4 and 6 4 DELAINES, blatk and colored. ' FRENCH PEEOALES, P< INTS aad Organdies. LINENS and V7H1.E GOOi S. , Also,COURVOISIER'S PARIS KID GLOVES. To all of which, together -with our n»uM assortment cl DRY GOODS, we invite attention. JAS. R. CAMPBELL & CO., No. 727 CHESTNUT ST. fell.91}

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

NEW MILLINERY HODS^. P. A. HARDING & CO., Respectlully inform tne mercantile community that they will open, FEBRUARY lOtb, 1864, AT No. 413 Arch street, A COMPLETE STOCK OF STRAW AND MILLINERY GOODS, Suited to tletrade,and truittha'pTompt and eireful attentt«n, mo-derailon iu prices, good assortment, together -with their lung experience iu business, (ba-viEp been for the last teTen year* with the house of Lincoln, Wood & Nit-hoi?, and their enccesEOrs. Wood * Cary,) they may merit a thare of the public patronage. a*-Orders solicited by mail and promptly executed. w j30-fm$

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

CLARKfeON & CO., BARKERS, No. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Goveiimieiit beeuri'ies of all Issue?, PURCHASED AND FOR SALE. Stocks, Bonds and Gold * BOI^GHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSIONInterest Allowed on Deposits. «Sr-COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE. ft4-lm rp$

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

fcPRIXG IMPORTATION. Thos. W. Evans <fc Co., HAVE NOW OPEN AND ABE DAILY RECEIVING, NEW AND BEAUTI7UL SILKS, Dress Gtoods Shawls', EMBROIDERIES, &o. ' Embracing all the Latest Novelties. 818 aad S20 Chestnut Street. ftlo-3t$

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

TBiqiHJgE M. AFH.E, GAUGEB A]STD ' COOPB ' B, No!l^|oV^c a #T r S^ STaEET ' (Between Frunt a . .d Second and WaJnuc ad ¦ ¦ __ -Chestnut streets 1 - > . wos. i2ianrtia3 ' Sou'hWATE*St" ., Philada ^-rmiuvvun. Kraud y faska always on hand. Kegs of all sizes, ii.ade or old stair ulwuvs on , haod. Orders will receive prompt; attention, tela tf

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

LATE FEOM THE SOOTH. From late files of Southern papers received at the Bulletin, office, we gleanJhe following itemB: Death of Rabbi Macaktht.—Harry Macafthy, the "Arkansas comedian," the man of many parts : and infinite jest, the versatile siuger and personator of character, died near Atlanta, Georgia, a few.days ago. Fbom Tbxis.—A despatch irom Houston , Texas, Jan. 11th via Jackson, Jan. 29th, says: Houston, Jan. 11, via Jacksoh, Jan. 29—We have ^accounts of * another serious Indian raid in Cook county, in which twelve or fifteen people were killed. The Indians were armed and equipped by the Yankees. Fifteen millions of dollars of Confederate money, that had run the blockade from some eastern port to Havana, and had safely reached Monterey, Mexico, on the way to the Trans-Mississippi Department has been attached-by the English house of Milmor & Co., of Matamoras, for alleged failure on the parfc-of'Major Hart, A. Q. M., and agent of the C. S. Government, in meeting...

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

SECOND EDITION. BY TELEGEAPH. A EEBEL FLEET OF SIX PR1VAm TEES STEAMERS*; in Attack on San Francisco Said to be Threatened. INTERESTING NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. To-Day's Proceedings in CongresB and Legislature. A EEBEL FLEET INJHE-CHINESE 'WATEES. New Tobk, Feb. .12.—A letter from the Tribune's London correspondent contains some information on a point of importance which has as yet attracted little or no attention. The news in a nutshell is that at this moment there is a fleet of six rebel war-steamers in the .Chinese waters. These vessels were fitted out in Eng ] and,under Sherrard Osborne , an English naval captain, and were recruited among the officers and men of her Britannic Majesty's navy. They were under contract to the Chinese Government , bnt when they reached China, a disagreement arose between Osborne and the Chinese authorities, and the vessels were not delivered, bnt thrown on the market and sold at auction— Osborne, officers, crews, guns and all—to Jefferson D...

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

-TT7ILL1AM AT.I.A1R; RUNNING AWAY TO SEA. BY MRS. HENRY WOOD. Author of " Ycrner's Pride," " fAe Castle't Heir," " East Lynnr," "The Channings," "A Lifc't Secret," •' The Mystery,'' etc. • 'MRS. WOOD faithfully portrays humble life, and is never wearisome, whether a palatial mansion or a neglected hut is the scene of her heroine's vicissitudes. Pathos, humor, aod sound sense, by turns, gratify the mind, and touch the heart. In •WILLIAM ALLAIR,' the interest is uninterruptedly maintained from the ini'ial chapter to the end. She is skillful in tbe delineation of character, and evinces beyond a doubt a comprehensive knowledge of human nature. Above all, the crowning ment of her productions Is their uniloimly high moral tone. They are not merely the playthings of an hour; their influence is more than ephemeral. BOOKS FOR ALL. The most entertaining and absorbing works published, suitable for Parlor Library, Sitting-room, Bailroad, Steamboat, or Soldiers' reading, by the best writers in...

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

fElOES OF ST OKS IN NEW YORK. AmerioanQold i59>i wd ....bid S^0 nna B - * <rlaoa bfd iw sates Re-.ding-s«jr..*i 65% ' bid ; a) »aug Illinois Central „ bid 130 Balei galenaand Chicago.' . bid 117 «ale* V. S. 6> '81 Int. off. li-S^ hid : 110 galea £.rle . • ¦; ' • 112J 4 bid 113 sale* H.*riem.... „.ios>i bid : 103 sales Cleveland and Toledo old; 137 sales Firm. I- Firm. FDf AKCE AHD BUSINESS—F2B. 12,1SG4. The most remarkable feature at trie Stock Board this morning was the sudden rise in the U.S. Five-Twenty Loan , which advanced from I04;i Io 1053£. with large sales at the latter. ' These purchases, it is alleged, are on Foreign. account. State Fives declined '£. city Loans, of the new issues, were firm at 105J< . Pennsylvania Railroad sold at S0@ SOiS—the latter an advance of ,'i. Camden and Ainboy Bailroad was without change. Beaver Meadow Bailroad advc.nced %. Beading- Railroad sold freely at 60@60.!i—closing with 6> ' ijf bid. Phi...

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

gPOBT OP PHILADELPHIA, FEBRUARY 12 r $&• See Marine Bulletin on Third Page. ARRIVED THIS DAY. Schr S B Wheeler. McGlaughlin, 6 days from Fort Monroe, in ballast to Captain. Schr Mantua, Maxon, 1 day from. Frederics, Del. with corn to Jas Barratt.. Schr T P McColley. Carter, 1 day from Camden, Del. with oats to Jas Barratt. Schr Virginia TomlinBonBurton2 days from Drawbridge, Del. with corn to JaB Barratt. CLEARED THIS UAY. Ship C H Lunt, Smith, from Mauritius, at St Helena; 12th Dec. and sailed lame day for London. Biig Clara P Glbbs, Tapley, S W PaBS, J E Bazley SCo. Brig Geo Crump, Anderson, Sagua la Grande, E A Souder &. Co. Schr Open Sea, Rogers, Sagua la Grande, J Mason &Co. Schr Marietta-Ellins, BostonA G Oattell & Co. Schr Celestia, Rankin, New York,L Audenrled&Co St'r T A OabJU, Murtagh, Washington, U S Quartermaster. Correspondence of the Philadelphia Exohange. LEWES, Del. Feb. 10. The ship New England, bound to PenBacola, with ...

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