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

1861 SPRING 1864. GLEN ECHO MILLS, GERMANTOWN, PA. I MCALLUM & CO., Manufacturers. Importers and Wholesaid Dealers IN CAEPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, &c. Warehouse, 509 Ciiestnnt * st,{ Opposite Independence Hall. jr.3o.trc

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

& % &? Fourth and Arcfe i-ARE OPENING FOR SPRING SALES 1854, Magmficent Orgacdies, do Percales and Chintzes, 68 Pieces Fancy Silks. 1G0 do Good Black Silks s Fine Plaid Silks, Ordered Poult de Soies, Shawls, New Styles, Standard SheetiBgs, Household Goods, Best Gloves Only- fe2.tutu a m w W 6^

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

ENTERPRISE MILLS. ATWGOD, RALSTON & CO,, MANUFAOTTJBEES AND; WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CARPETIKG-S, ¦ Oil: : Cloth*, -. ' Mattings,: &c3 &c. Warehouse, 6191 Chestnut Street, AND 6X© Jayxie- Street. feM;Sm(,

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

EDWARD P. KELLY. JOHNKEULY, TAILORS, 612 CHESTNUT ST. LATE THIRD STREET AB. WALNUT, Keeps eonstantly on hand a Urge assortment Of NEW and STAPLE GOODS, PATTEEH" 0VEBC0ATS ' ASD Warm Sack and Business Coals, FOR SALE AT Seduced Prices. ' TERMS CASH—Prices- lower than other. Cws- , tomer Tailors. TO LET—Up Staire of 612 and 6H Ohestnnt st.

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

COFFIN & ALTEMUS. SO. 220 CHESTKUT STREET. Offer by tbe package the following description of Goods A5MI BLUE CLOTHS AND KEBSEYS AND GREY FLANNELS. PBLNTED AND FANCY SATINETS, IN GREAT, VARIETY. HEAVT TWEEDS AND COTTONADES. NEGRO KERSEYS, PLAIN AND TWILLED PRINTED CLOAKTNGS AND SLEEVB LININGS. 1 DOMET AND FANCY SHIRTING FLANNELS. BLUE DRILLS, DENIMS, NANKEENSCORSET JEANS AND OAHBRICS OF VARIOUS MAKES. LAWNS—DUNNELL'S AND OTHERS. BLEACHED GOODS OF STANDARD MAKES, IN VARIOUS "WIDTHS. BROWN SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS, . IN GREAT VARIETY, *d. kc jalfinfcta U

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

A. S. ROBINSON, IMPORTER AND DEALER TH LOOKING GLASSES, Faney and Plain Framei, «mtaNef«lYcsrytyp«fc rha WgraphsandEngraYingB. Mannlactqierrt PIER; MANTLE & WALL MIRRORS. - Engra-rtnga and OU Fainting*. Galleries of Pictures and Looking Gla« W«t*> room*. ¦ A. S. ROBINSON. So. 018 Chestnut Street, PfcUadelpbift*

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

Ice Pitchers, Castors and Plated ware, * Of every description REPAIRED and REFLATED, AT - JJaRI>EN'S, S- W. comer Tenth and Race Sis. ja30-3mt ^ - . .r, ' „r .r^„„, BBTHLEHEM OATMEAL by the pound or keg—fresaoTeryjweeJt. HUBBELL, AppOfl- t cary, 1410 OHESTNUT street. „ lelS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

SPECIAL NOTICES. rr==»THE UNION BENJiVOLfc-NT ASSOOIALkS TION—T-he Poor and the Season.—On bt-half of the poor of the city the managers of the Union Benevolent Association are compelled to make a seuond appeal- for the season for tunds. It was hoped that the mildness of tee winter and the activity of trade would have made a second appeal unnecessary; hut the enormously increased cost of every article of living and especially of fuel, has laid burdens upon the poor which calls for greater liberality-towards them; and, our treasury is.empty. Notwithstanding the app * aT rent prosperity abroad there is an undercurrent of suffering which is our duty to seirch out and relieve. The labor of working-men is well remunerated; but that.of poor sewing women is norexcept in-special cases. We know of those ¦who , working late and early, earn botS2 Olfoer we»kj who make common shirts for 8125, a " ud drawers for si Ot) per dozen. Men coatrol their wages by banding together and demanding an ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

CITY BTJLLETIBT. STATE OP THE THERMOMETER THIS BAT ¦ .; «r "^£? HE BUIiETIK OFFICE. BA. K.,36V„ 12 M., 46° \% p. w.. 510 |? iotonm Temperature during last 34 hours, 20= Weather clear—Wind Wast. ' ARUtrrAL and Reception of the 88th Kegi- - ment, P. V.—Tbe 88th Regiment P. V. reached the city at a late hour yesterday afternoon This regiment has re-enlisted for the war , and comes irome on furlough to Tecruit: There are about two hundred men remaining out ol the original number who left the city under the command of Colonel George P. McLean. The present officers of the regiment are:—Lieut. -Col. Louis Wagner (detailed fir the command of ( imp William Penn:) Adiu--tant, bilas Deire. Quartermaster Albert G. V. ester. Compatiy a—Captain Wtiteside. Company B—{The officers of this company were all talien prisoners at Gettysburg.) Company C—Lieutenant Womsley. Comt-any D—(Officers alV transferred to colored regiment ) Company E—Lieutenant Hilbert. Company G—JJeutenan^ Korn. j Company...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

BKLIGIOPS NOTICES. ms> WESTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [L§ Seventeenth and Filbert streets. Rev. Mr. Willis will preach, Sabbath at lU' A and 3,^. It* rv=» GRACE CHURCH, Twelfth and Cherry, IL5 Sermon by the Right Be v. W. B. Stevens. jfcl)., on Snnday Evening at Tjj o' clock. It* <V=» ANNUAL MISSIONARY SABBATH, U2 at Twelfth Street M. E. Church—The distinguished Rev. Dr. Newman, of New York, will preach at IPX A. M. and 7 P. M. It* IY?==. CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH U^g Locust street, above Fifteenth.—Preaching to-morrow by Rev. E. W. Gilman, of Bangor, Me., at iOK A. M> and 7)4 F. M. It* !Y^=- CLINTON STREET CHURCH, TENTH UjS below Spruce street.—Rev. Baniel March, pastor, will be open for divine service on to-morlow, Sabbath evening, at? jj o'clock. It* MC DEATH A UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLE [l§ —Rev. L. L. Briges, Pastor of the Church of the Messiah, Locust and Juniper streets, Lectures on this subject to-morrow evening at 7% o' clock ^ fel3-lt* •y==» CHURCH OF TH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

HEWS FEOM CHABXEST0H. [uorresponaence 01 tne w. y. Herald.] The United States steam transport Fulton, Captain Wotton, which left Port Royal 00. the utti instant, and Charleston bar on the loth, arrived at New York yesterday evening. The sixtyseventh regiment Ohio Volunteers, under command of Major L. Butler, was on Doard. The British shjp-of-war petrel arrived ofT Charleston bar on the evening of Friday, the 5tU inst., wishing to communicate with the British Oonsui at Savannah, Georgia- She also brought extensive despatches to J. P. Benjamin, rebel Secretary of War. State messages were sent to Admiral Dahlgren, who was then at Port Royal,to get permission to enter the harboT. The request was not granted, and the vessel put to sea atonce. The Savannah Republican of February 1 gives a gloomy account ofmaiters mtheOonled*racy. The Commissary of Subsistence states that the amount of provisions now on hand will notilast over a month. About two columns are devoted to advertisi ments...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

AXDSXXEHTS. Gbkxak OrnKA.—The first performance of Richard Wagner's opera ol Tannhadser drew a very large audienee to the Academy of Music. People listened to it in a condition of perplexity. The overture made a good impressions bat then, the scene on the Venusberg was dull and wearisome. The chorus of Pilgrims, in the next ecene, pleased every one; but it occurs half a dozen times in the opera and, of course, was not relished to much at the end as at the beginning. Tha second act is decidedly grand. The march and chorus in the tournament scene are splendid. No one who listens to that scene can deny that Wagner possesses the gitt of melody In a rare degree. That he is a thorough master of harmony, also, is proved by ev»ry other part of the opera. The finale of the second act is another fine piece of musical writing, and It is as effective as some of tha grand finales of the modern I alian stage. The last act, which should be the best, is so full of long dreary recitatives, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

tinin tne lutn instant DIED. li&vj— wasningion vjiry, , Harriet Patterson, only daughter of Eliza O. and the late Lieut. George M. Baehe, TJ. S. Navy, aged 17 years. BEOKEL—On Thursday, the nth inst., Emily "Virginia, youngest daughter of Prof. J. O. and Charlotte Beckei, aged 15 years, 7 months and 14 day. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from her parents' residence, Main streetGermantown, on Sunday afternoon, the 14th instant, at2o'clock. To proceed to Odd Fellows' Cemetery. * BURROUGH—On the morning ot the nth inst., after a long illness, Mrs. Ann Barrough, aged 71 years, relict of the lite Joseph Burrongh. The relatives and friends of the deceased.are respectfully invited to attend her.fnneral from the residence'of Thomas Baxendine, Adams street, near the Toll-gate, Frankford, on Monday afternoon, the 15th Instant, at 2 o'clock. [New York papers please copy. ] * EVANS—Suddenly, on the 12th instant, Mary O., wife...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

. ¦ special; notices. rvrg=» TWELFTH WAliD ATTENTION!. ! The citizens of the Ward are invited to meet at the BAPTIST CHURCH, corner of FIFTH and BUTTONWOOD Streets, on MONDAY EVENING, Feb. 15th, 186-1at 1% o'clock, to adopt measures to secure the quota of the Ward, and AVOID THE DRAFT. Ccme all and show by yonr presence that you are determined the Twelfth Ward shall not be subjected to a Draft. A inll report of the dcings of the Committee will be read. X'ne honest effort and the Ward will be lreed from the Draft. Let everycitizen attend the meeting. Eminent speakers have been engaged. WM. B. MANN, President. - DAVIS PEARSON, Treasurer. fe13-Bt* WM:B. CO KIN ELL, Secretary. |l HEAJjQl'ARTERS FOR DRAFTED MEN, As li;30 WALNUT street—PniLADEiPHiA, Feb. 1, PJISG4.. ill recruits for Hancock's corps. S5 PREMIUM. The Contributors to tbe Coal Bounty Fnnd have authorized me to pay the sum of Five Dollars for every recruit received for the old Philadelphia Kpgimen s belonging to the Seco...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

E¥EM!fG BULLETIN PMCGOS, CHAMBERS; k CO., PBOPEIBTOBS, 112 SOUTH THIRD STBEET, PHILADELPHIA: TSKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.! The BlfUJW—i Is served to Subscribers in the elty at 18 csnte per week, payable to the carriers, or t3 84 p« annum. a_s—a o» AJDV—1TIMHS. Half S«(«ir», 1 HBis.g 2511 Square, 2 weeks..«3 25 1 Eqiuvre, 1 time..... S0|1 Square, 1 month.. 5 99 1 Square, S times..,. 75)1 Square, 2 months. 6 0* 1 Square, 3 ii_e»....l soil Square, 3 months. 11 0C i Square1.week....l 75il Square, 6months,26 OS Six lines constitute one square; three lines or leas half a square.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

Govsmcor Craws.—A Drilhant jwoptw* was held last night at the residence of Colonel Puleston in honor of this distinguished son of Pennsylvania. . Among those V™*** were Secretaries Chase and Usher, Speaker CcVax, Governor Bucking ham of Connecticut, Eton. D S Dickinson of New York, Senators Wilson, -Sherman, Jo hnson and Ramsay; Representatives B0ntweU,AUey and the entire Umoa, delegation from Pennsylvania, Commissionier Lewis, Chief Justice Carter of *the Disfcdct Court, and his " associates; Judges Olin and Wjlie, Solicitor Whiting of the War Depart* ment, and Jordan of the Treasury, Generals Douhleday, Meigs, Starkweather, Meredith, Barry, Colonel Stone of the Buckteils, &' .?' Barclay, Dr. Elder, W. S. Hun tingdon, caaluar of the National Bank, and a host ox gentlemen well known in political and literary circu?!.-s~ Washington Slat tfl<$ ?*'?»(»«[• ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

tfPmLXDSLBMixs Kriiaii—John BcrTTman of Battery A, Third Pennsylvania "Artillery, a guard on board of tbe flag-of-truce boat New-York, (now taking in coal at Dobbin's wharf, Baltimore,) on Wednesday obtained permission to come into that city, and upon returning to find bis boat, stopped npon the platform on tbe trestling work built over the whirl, and there fell asleep, and during, the night roiled over the platform and fell upon the coal heap on the wharf beneath, causing his death. A piece of coal was found embedded in his left temple. He leaves a widowed mother in Philadelphia, to whom his remains were sent for interment.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

Death or a Nijh.—A sad accident occurred at the TJrsuline Convent, in St. Louis, last Sunday. Some improvements were being' added to the convent building-, and on Sunday some of the Sisters went up to examine the work in progress, when one of them, Sister Mary Otelia, fell through the hatchway striking her head-npon an iron kettle beneath, and fracturing her skull from the frontal to theoccipital bone, causing instant death. She was a German by birth, and forty-Beven years of age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

No Cavse or Actiou.—Gesj. Curtis, in one of his late Kansas prommciamientos, positively announces to all concerned that "there is not enough of the negro left to. quarrel about." We beg leave to call the attention of all Copperhead colorphobists to this I cheering statement, and to ask them, if it be true, why it should not moderate the rancor of their ire? _»«_ ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 13 February 1864

Aemt Hospitals.—On the flrst of February there were 4,940 patients in the Army Hospitals in. and about Washington. The totnumber of sick in all the hospitals of the country* to the date above-mentioned, is 42,786; number of beds, 80,213 j vacant beds, 37,456.

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