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

CHA&LES STOKES fc CO.'S /S^. For Ooat— /T\ " fe^%. Lengthofback 4 T»J6 3fip* ~ from base of Wf gij cellar to waist . ^ fcv <S ^ rfb-5JT andfromwaist /» » " ^ r^* *^^- JM /ri \ toendoftalL f\ , ¦¦n iTTgWI J M B Length of I 1 ^, - ¦ M fl\0 E Sleeve (with | J " . l^w £ arm crooked]* B / . \ \Y Jf^ tram, middle} » / V jBfcS w 0* hack he-| Ij. 'l TSf Iff? tween the! ff * * 1 £9 &f shoulders tol f - . 1 . * ' ' J end of cuff, I B I V. It ,j| and around fef • | A Jj the most - || 1 ^ . 1' minent partol I \\ 1 l ^fcp "*--*"*-* —» ' S 1 Im -r 1 W waist. Stat* l|f ft jf wnethererect \ B I /A % 01 stoopinf. 11 I A¦ L J Fr Pants, \ If M a ^ inside seam, \ II 9 B\ -= and outsids l'r | / ^alP^ seam from *S>.L^s> hie tha Up bone arond tha waist and hip. Far Vest, sams aa Coat. A good alt guaranteed. All garments made from directional sent la aa. eordance with these instructions will be guaranteed satisfactory. If not so, the money will be returned for t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

COMMERCIAL. REESE D. I-ELL &BON, 6TOCK BROKERS, He. 305 WALNUT STREET. SALES OF STOCKS. BEFORK BOARDS. SO sh Read B 69# 200 ah Phila&ErieB 100 sh North Pa R 35Ji cash 37 SO sh Commc'l Bk 64 100 sh do 30 days 37 36 sh N Y & Middle loo sh do cash 37!^ Coal Field Co 11.'., - 100 sh do 37 200 sh Penn Mining 100 sh do eash 36« b5 9^J SOsh SohNavprfd 37?£ 100 sh do b30 S^liOO sh do b5 33 13 sh MorriB Cnl bS 69 1 100 sh do bS&int 33 FIRST BOARD. (2000 V S 6b 6-2fls 104^ 300 sh Fulton Coal Co «K S61U0 do bS&int 105 100 Bh Penn Mining 6600 do 105X bSO 9% 30000 do 105* 60 sh do 9ii 300 U S Trea 7 3-10 60 sh JStha Mining 15X per Ct Notes 360 sh Union Cnl i endorsed 108 60 sh Union Cnl pfd 7 S060Penna6B 94'.: 8 ah North Pa R 35 U 1100 City Be new 105>j 260 eh do cash SSX 13000 Cam&Am mtg 200 sh do »S 33X 6s s6 106 26 Bh do 35X 1000 NorthFa R 6b 98 2sh do 35}i 2000 do 98# 300 Bh OatawiBsa R 4000SchNav6B'82 89 bl5 25 1000 MorriB Cnl 6s ...

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

COUPONS OF. ! 7 3-10 Treasury Notes due February 19. : " " " Aprill. 5-20 Bonds dne May 1. Highest market rates paid by DREXEL & CO., 34 Sonth Third street. fell-tot} EORtti J. BOYD, '¦ • „ STOCK & EXCHANG-E BROKER, No. 18 South Third street. Stocks and Loans bought and sold on Commission, at the Board of Brokers. Government Securities, Specie and Unourrent money bought and sold, TJ. S. 6-20 Year Loan furnished at par. noa4-3mrpJsf PURE PALM OIL SOAP.—This Soap is mads of pure fresh Palm Oil, and is entirely a vegetable Soap; more suitable for Toilet use than thoso made frem animal " fats. ^ In boxes el onadoaen caiesforsiso^r box. ^g^- ^ Tffa lie Marcaretta street, between Front and Second, above QallowhlU street. del7-lyrpt ABKINO WITH INUELlliLE l«B.i EMJ BBOIDERINa, Braiding, Stampinf, 4c M. A. TOBSEY T«W Tt»wr* strwtV ICELAND MOSS OR LICHEN PASTE, AND MABSHMALLOW DROPS—Excellent Con* fectionB for Coughs, Colda and Sore Throat. STEPHEN F. wmTMAN, .manufacturer,...

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

CITY BULLETIN. Anotheb Retbbnisq Regiment.—The 88th Pennsylvania Volunteers will reach the Baltimore Depot at Broad and Prime about 4 o'clock this P. M They will march to the Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, and should the daylight pormit, they will parade through the followiLg sis: Up Third to Chestnut, up Chestnut to Fourth, up Fourth to Arch, up Arch to Broad, down Broad to Chestnut, down Chestnut to State Bouse, aud there dismiss. If they aniye too late this P. M. they will parade at 9 o' clock to-morrow morning, over the above streets. The Henry Guards and U3d P. V. will receive them. Needles' Truss anb Brace Department.— Ladies' store on Twelfth - street, 1st door below Race. (Conducted by Ladies.) Gentlemen will apply to C. H. NeedleS, on the corner. The most thorough assortment of best makes of every article In the line will be found here, and adjustment made with professional exactitude. ¦Whi te Felt, Corn and Bunion Plastkk. —A small invoice ju»t received. For s...

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

PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. Fefdat. Feb. 12.—There is a steady demand for Cloverseed and 200 bushels prime sold at $3 76@9 tft 64 Bis. Small sales of Timothy at *3 7>, at .which figure it iB held firmly. Flaxseed has again advanced and 1000 bushels sold at $3 30@3 33 v5 bushel . No. 1 Quercitron Bark is steady at 931 f) ton, but there is nothing doing. There la ralher more demand for Flour forexporl but prices remain without quotable change. The sales comprise 1400 barrels Penna. and Western extra family at *1 25@7 62% yt barrel, 900 barrels Jenny Lind at $9, and 600 barrels fancy Ohio at SS 26@9. The sales to the retailers and bakers range from (6 26 up to $10 ^9 barrel for low grade superfine and fancy lots—according to quality. 1 n Com Meal there is nothing doing to fix quotations, A nnall sale of choice Rye Flour at $6 61'. The Wheat market is dullhut we eontinue yesterday's quotation. Small sales of Red at SI 65® 16S%1 bushel and White at SI 80@1 95. Rye ls steady at *1 ...

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

The Death-banbaoe of Gen. "Walker.— Lieutenant Samuel H. Drennon, who has just returned from Havana, brings with him, hermetically enclosed in glass, the bandage which covered the eyes of Gen. 'William vValkor, when he was shot at Truxillo, Honduras. On the glass inclosure is the following inscription: "Hemnarit of the bandage which encircled the brow of General William Walker, who, having honorably capitulated to Norvell Salmon, commander of H. B. M. steamship of war Icarus, was treacherously surrendered to the Honduras authorities, and by them executed ion the 12th of September, 1860, in the town of Truxillo. Posterity will do justice to their memories. The victim will be deplored while the traitor wiil be execrated." The bandage Js thick with gore, full of bullet holes, and is partially burned—the file of executioners standing so close that the discharges set fire to it. It was secured by theOrderly Sergeant of the General, given to William Fulton, of Havana, and by him forward...

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

PERSONAL. The Cincinnati Gazette announces the death, on the Sth inst of Rev. Thomas J. Biggs, D.D. Br. Biigs was born m Philadelphia In the year ITS'. He graduated at Nassau Hall, and afterward studied for the ministry at Princeton -Theological Seminary, then under the care of the Rev. Archibald Alexander, D. V. He afterward was a Professor in Princeton College, and thence removed to Franltford, near Philadelphia, where he oecamo Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, and married Rebecca Neft", who, after a union of over forty years, snrvives him. In 1S30 he removed to Cincinnati, and became one of the Professors in Lane Theological Seminary at its organization. The Professorship was endowed by friend6 at the East expressly lor him. Here he remained many years, until the unfortunate division in the Presbyterian Church, when he resigned his Professorship and became President of the Cincinnati College, with the lamented General O. M. Mitchell and Charles L. Telford among the members of...

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

uuieu in £ i IEFOETANT FECm " n0RTH CAROLINA. ji uespaieii ewuern, en. , »») a • The enemy are again tlireatening our communications at various points. They made another demonstration this morning on Newport Barracks, which point they. will evidently attempt to hold. The rebel iron-clad at Kingston, on tbe Neuse river, some thirty-five miles above Newbern, is considered a very formidable affair by those who have seen it, who report that she is about ready to act in concert with the moving force which threatens Newhern. Everything indicates on the part of the enemy a long siege against Newbern and "Washington. The - Wilmington Journal says : "A powerful effort will doubtless be. made to drive the enemy from Eastern North Carolina ; Should onr army fail in this effort, the State will De lost to the Confederacy."

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

IHE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. [Correspondence of the New York Herild ] Abmy of the Potomac, Feb. 11.—Since the ate " movement fewer deserters come in than previously. On some parts of the line the rebel pickets are unamiable, aud shoot at our cavalry videttes. Passenger trains tip and down are crowded. Generals Pleasonton, Humphreys and Ingalls came up to the front to-day in a special car, accompanied by the band of the First Brigade, Third division, Second corps, which: struck up a national air at every station. Gen. Owen, the hero of Morton's Ford, went to "Washington to-day.

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

GEHEBA1 KELLEY'S DEPARTMENT. [Correspondence of the N. Y. Herald.] Heaiiqijabtebb, Department Western Vir-GiNLa, Feb. 11.—-Captured private letters from persons within the rebel lines contain much curious and interesting information in relation to the serious difficulties resulting from the enforcement of the rebel Conscription law. These letters tell of daily encounters between citizens and soldiers. Some of the letters refer to. cases where the encounters have been attended with loss of life. All the letters refer to the enforcement of the conscription, and speak of it generally in anything but a favorable manner. Gen. George Crook, from the Army of the Cumberland, arrived in this department last night. It is reported that he will be assigned to the commar-dof the troops lately under charge of the captured General Scammon. Gen. Crook's presence in this department is hailed with much pleasure. Our Fcouts continue to pick up refugees and deseiters in the mountains.

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

tumnfi _ FROM F0ETRESS M0KR0E. au .uiufljauja, x cu.. xv.—tjeneral wistar and his command arrived safely at Yorktown this morning. ! Late rebel papers say the Court House at Mobile waB burnt on Saturday. •

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

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

4? °rs Q BANKERS. ^ Exchange on England, Franee ud Germany, 7 8-10—5-20 Loan and Oonpon?, CERTIFIOATES INDEBTEDNESS aUAKTERMASTEIi'S CHECKS AND VOUCHERS, American and Foreign Gold, STOCKS AND LOANS, BOUGHT AND SOLD. ¦w-Orders bv Mail attended to. _ «-» .

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

>¦' m„ ^ mm^um^m^,^"^-~~" ~- ' T rH""- KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, • No. 50 SOUTH THIRD ST., Philadel p hia. AS6ETS, $400,000. The standing of this Company, accordingto the Insurance Commistionei s' Report, is 215 37, Placing it abotemll contingencies as to safety. Dividends Lares. Liberal Inducements. SRASTUS LYM^N, President, GEO. F. SN1FFIN. Secretary. B. F. JOHN^OW, Vice President. JNO. A.' NICHOLS, General Agent. Policies lEsued 01 all tae various plans in use, upon the l.ves of Husbandt, Wives, Onildren, Ijebtors. tc., 4c. Pnmphle's and Blanks with full particulars, furnished at the office, 101 Broadway. fel2r3t6

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

FLOUR FLOUR. Ot the following Choice Brands : "John MuBseltnan," * " .astoa. " "Henry Mustelman," i'Eagle. '* "D. •'verholse-" " "Union." ' -Strart-urp steam," "Eclipse." "Willow Grove," "Suavely s,'» • 'Lo ust Valley, • • ..Metzgar,' > "Lo-don Vale," "Gish." "New Providence," "Zigler " " "Ssmuel Brua," "Pequea. " "JohnRanck," "Samuel Ranck. " And ether Penna. and Western brands, for sale by BROOKE & PUGH, fell-lmt 1V31 & l733 _ Marteet Street.'

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

WANTED. 7 3-10 U. S. Coupons due Feb. 19,1864. CLABKSON&CO, felg-^t} ^ 121 SOUTH THIRD ST. foTsale! ^* 100 Shares Washington, D. C, Ga« Light Company. Clarkson & Co,, 121 South Third St fel2-3t$

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

SEN AT, BEOS. & CO. 214 CHESTNUT Street, opposite Strawberry st.. Importers of "WHITE CrOOBS. Offer a completea^sortmentol Jaconets,Cambrics, ChecksVictoria Lawns, NiinsooksSwiss Mulls, India Book, India Mull and other Muslins of our nsnal make and finish. iai8-tf|

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

THE GREAT FAIR. A general desire seems to be awua^.us .^UuSU Pennsylvania, as well 'as ia some parts of New-Jersey and Delaware that a fair should be hel • here on a large and effective scale lor the benefit of the United States "Sanitary Commission. We feel sure that Pennsylvania will be in no degree behind her sister States of the North and West, in the energy and liberality with which she would carry out such an undertaking. Philadelphia has probably dme more than any other city in_the Union for our soldiers; but the Stats of Pennsylvania has done less in proportion to h-r siza. Such a fair as the one proposed, would give ns an opportunity to stand foremost in relieving the wants of 'our suffering soldiers, as well as foremost in puttine troops in the field, as we most certainly have beer It would not bs necessary to beg contributions ' for Encjtan end. . Counties would vie with each other inholy emulation-towns would thrive to out-do each other, in the variety and extent o...

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

' SHIPPING. rf*5ffe. STEAM WEEKLY TO LIVEISfBtsMbPOOL, tonching at' ttUEENSTOWr? (A. "ork Harbor).—The weU-known Steamers of tt« Liverpool New York and Philadelphia Stesmshi* Company are intended to sail as follows: EDINBURGH.... .Saturday, Feb. 13 CITYOF WASHINGTON.... Saturday, Feb. 20 CITY • .ip LONDON. ' ... " Saturday, Feb. 27 rri .tT ery succeeding Saturday at Noon, froxe Pier 44 North River. .RATES OF PASSAGE: '» ^ PAYABLBIH SOLO OE ITS EanTVAimfT IS OTTm ¦ " . • BEBOY. 1st Cabin. SfSO Steerage ...830 «* 1st.Cabin to London. 85 Do. to London 34 6« 1st Cabin to Paris.... 95 Do. to Parts .. 46 at 1st Cabin to Hamburg 90 Do. to Hamburg 37 « -Passengers also forwarded to HavreBremen, liotterdam, Antwerp, kc, at equally low rates. I ABES FEOM LrVEBPOOI, OB O .OEEJI8TOW*.— First Cabin, ff75, SS5, S105. Steerage from Liverpool and Qneenstown, " 830. Those who wish to send ,or their friends can buy tickets here at these rates. ¦ FoIU5 rUler informatioi, , apply at the Gompeny...

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

lNUtlt SPECIAL NOTIUES. -mMnr- »-Y,a-—— ^¦aaemnm—amxwM fv^=> (.; AN AUJOUKH CD MKBl'lNti i^3 of the Stockholders of the Philadelphia and Giay's Ferry Passenger Railway Co. will be held at the office of the Company, noithwest corner of Twenty-third and South stteets,- on MONDAY, February 15th, l^Gl. at 4 o'clock, P. M. The object iof the meeting is to consider an act upon the report of tbe Committee appointed bailie Stockholders at their last meeting on the 1st instant. ., By order of the Coma*ittee, fell-3tj P. p. BROWN, Jr., Chairam • , -v^=. AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND U^5 TRU ST COMPANY, WALNUT street. Southeast corner of Fourth, Philadeli'HIA, February 4tb, 1?64. The Trustees have this day declared a dividend of FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums received upon Mutual Policies during the year euuing December 31st,lS03, and iu farce at that date, the above amount to be credited to said Policies, and have also ordered the. dividend of IS6i> on Policies issued durin...

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