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

T> EMOVAL. JX J OHN C. BAKER has removed from 154 North Third street to 718 MARKET street, Pacticular attention will be riven to the manufacturing and bottling of his celebrated tod Liver Oil. Join C. Baker A . Co. 's Medicinal Cod Liver Oil has for many years had a. reputation for genuinenessireshness purity and sweetness, which has made the demaud universal In this house, 718 Market street, the facilities for obtaining, manufacturing and bottling are greatly increased, and is all done under —inmost careful supervision of the original and sole proprieior. This brand of Oil has, therefore, advantages over all others, and recommends itself. JOHN O. BAKER, Wholesale Druggist, jaS8-th,s,tu No. 7tfc Market street.

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

TBEODOEE,-!. APPLE, GAUGER AND COOPER, »os. l(2and 101 GATZMER STREET, (Between Front a d *econd and Walnut and Chestnut Streets,) PHILADELPHIA. Imitation Brandy CaEks always on hand. Casks. Barrels and Kegs, always on hand or made 10 order. fela-ly

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

;?:-:v:iaR. SA-L_}..' "'"' . 5f> BBLS. ." SUPERIORAUK. Brewe .d for Special Ute. SOLD TO CLOSE A CONCERN. Apply . . -' . ,• ' QtJifER CITY MALT E0U5E. 1422 SOUTH EIGHTH STBEE1\

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

New Fancj Cass!mere3» ALFRED H. LOVE, COMMISSION MERDHANT i .212 . ' CHESTNUT. ST. jal2-2nif•

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

SMITH & JACOBS. 1226 Chestnut Street, Puiladelp_iss Money Refunded If not Satisfactory I FINE SHIRTS Made of New York BUlle Mu»lln». - Very Pino. Irish —men Bosoms, only 83—OJWfll Brtoo *3 75. WflliainaTiUe Mnslln 82 75, usual prlo» «3 50. Teryreasoi_ble dednotlon te whel—au tnuu.

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

HELMBOLD'S ^B HELMBOLD'S i HELMHOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTEATED. HIGHLY CONCENTRATED! COMPOUND ''¦•"'• COMPOUND FLT/ID EXTRACT BUOHTJ FLUID EXTRACT BUOHTJ. A POSITIVE A POSITIVE ' ¦ '* '.' AND *- SPECIFIC REMEDY SPECIFIC REMEDY ¦ FOB Non-retention or Incontinence of Tfrine, Irritg. tion, Inflammation or Ulceration of tha Bladder and Kidneys-, Diseases of tbe Prostrate Gland, Stona in the Bl3dder, Calculous - ¦ ' . Gravel or Brickd—>t Deposit ^ " Axr> : All Diseases ot Affections of the Bladder and Kidneys, and Dropsical Swellings existing :.' In Men, Women or Children. , Helmbold's Extracf_JHcIiu Helmbold' g Extract Buchq For Weakness arising from Habits of Bisslpagan. attended with the following symptoms: Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Memory,vDiffl culiy of BreathingWeak Nerves, Trembling,-Horror of Disease, Dimness of Vision ,-' Wakefulness, Pain in the Back, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body, Dryness of tho Skin, ERUPTI...

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

[From the Pittsburgh Despatch, 12th.] It has been generally known for some months that preparations were making at the Fort Pitt Works for the casting of a monster columbiad gun of twenty inches calibre. -These preparations were completed on Thursday, and the gun cast, an unparalleled feat in the manufacture of iron. As the successful issue of the experiment will ooubtlesB attract considerable attention, not only In this country, but abroad, we will enter upon a somewhat detailed description of the process, premising, that aside from the magnitude of the undertaking, it is similar in all respects to that adopted for the manufacture of all heavy ordnance on Captain Rodman's patent. In order to convey a clearer idea of the extent of the operation, some description of the foundry will be essential. THE FOTJNDBY. Since the outbreak of the war the demand for ordnance so far exceeded the capacity of the works, already large, that ad addition became n< cessary, and the foundry was...

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

EX TBaORblNABY MaBrIaGEs 0_ ~B O^ MANCE IN SEAL LIFE. In the early part of the last summer the millionaire, young Mr. B , a gentleman of the highest refinement and ta«te, who has realized an enormous rortue in trading in Japan, was at GOULD'S UNION FURNITURE DEPOT, corner NINTH and MARKET Srteeta, making purchases of FURNITURE for his bachelor rooms. A sweet, blooming young lady, who bad, perhaps, seen nineteen or twenty summers, entered the store a few moments later, and addressing one of the attentive salesmen, said she would be pleased to purchase aneasy arm-chair as a present to her dear mamma, who was an invalid, but she could not afford a very costly one, her purse being small. Mr. Gould was in the office when she entered, bnt at once carhe to meet her, with a smile expanding his countenance to double its usual size. He said, how do you do, my dear Miss Al How E - easing it is to see you looking well and happy! I ope the Furniture we sent your mamma gave satisfaction, and th...

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

BY TELEGRAPH, SECOND EDITION. ^ FBOM WASHINGTON. """*• ¦ [Special Despatch to the Bulletin.] TTashingtonj Feb. 13.— Generals Meade and Burnside still remain here. The Conscription bill will probably pass the Senate as it comes from the House, to save time. The Government needs all the time between this and the tenth of March to prepare for the draft. Mr. Chase has over twenty-five millions of dollars of gold in the Treasury, and it need not surprise anybody if he should sell a part for government notes. FB0H FOBTRESS M0ITRQE. [Special Despatch to the Bulletins] Fobtress Monroe, Feb. 12.—The steamship Gov.Chase has arrivedhere ,in twenty-six hours from Philadelphia, with the 22d United States Colored Regiment. The trip was a pleasant one and~the troops are all in good spirits. FB0M CAIEO. Cairo, Feb. 12.—The steamer Tycoon, from Memphis for Cincinnati, passed here to-day trith over 1,200 bales of cotton. The steamer Sultana, from New Orleans on the 5th, brought 100 bales of...

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

\ JBIOES OF STOCKS IN NEW YOBK. oy Aeicgrapn.) TTBST OALL. 8BOOM) OAU American Gold l59X'bld .... bid Chicago and R. Island bid IV-'X sales. Beading Railroad 60,S" bid eo;t sales Illinois Central bid 131 Ji sales Galena and Chicago bid 118 sales New York Central bid 133 a sales U. S. 6s'81 Int. off. U0J£ bid 110^ sales Erie... 112% hid 113 sales Harlem 103# bid 103* sales Cleveland and Toledo bid 137x sales Firm. Dull. FINANCE AND BUSINESS-—FEB. 13,1864: There was less activity at the Stock Board this morning, but prices generally were well maintained. The U. S. Five-Twenty Loan was in demand at 106Jf, with extremely limited offerings. State Fives sold at 94>i—the same as yesterday. City Loans were firm at 106}£ and lOlJi. Pennsylvania Railroad shares, influenced by the rumor that an extra dividend will be declared, sold up to 62—a further advance of 1, and the BondB were held higher. Camden and Amboy Railroad was firm at 161; Mine Hill Railroad at 62; and Little Shuy...

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

euior niro-TATioNs: jrcpurb —e r-n—uieipma _vening Bulletin. NEW ORLEANS—Brig JuliaSmith—56 ' hhis BUgar T p Stoteebury; 116 bbls molastes G W Bernadou A Bro; 100 do do Ludlam Mathews; 20 do do J Z De Haven; 87 hhds sugar 20 half bbls molasses order. FOBT OF PHttADKLFHIA. FEBBT/ABY13 ARRIVED THIS DAY. Bark TexaB, Horton, 5 days from New York, with mdee to J E Bazley St Co. Brig E A Barnard (Br), Orowelh 11 days from St. Stephens, NB. with mdse to Gaskill A Calvin—veseel to E A Souder A Co. Brig EudoruB, Haskell, 4 days from New York, with hides to J E Bazley A Co: Brig F J King, Doane, 6 dayB from New York, in ballast ttj£ Bazley -Co. . SchrWrn L Springs, Adams. 7 days from Key West, in ballaBt to Captain. _, Schr Cora, Hasten, 1 day from Brandywine, Del. with corn meal to R M Lea. Schr OereB, Wallace, 1 day from Newport, Del. with flour to R M Lea. _ AT NEW CASTLE. -Bark Ada Carter, from New York, to load for West Indies. CLEARED THIS DAY. SteamBhip Norman, Baker, Boston, H...

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

COMMERCIAL. REESE D. FILL &SOH, STOCK BROS—BS, Be. 305 WAX HUT STREET. SALES OF STOCKS. BEFORE BOARDS. 200 sh Read B bl6 60x]i00shMarquetteMln 200 ih do G0X bio in loo in do bioaij^ iooih do bis i% lM sh do cash 60# laoo sh Fulton Coal Co s«f 2tt> in do 60«l«o«h do bf e% 200 sh do D30 to* 3<x> sh do «>i 100 sh do WAint 60H 200 shSch N»r prfd 3SJf . lOOsh do b9 «0« 200 sh -EtnaMining < too sh do cash 60* s5 as 100 sh do t>30 60\ 150 sh do 05 20 too Bh do bio eoft STRST BOARD. SSSOO City to new losx 400 sh Big Mourn—In 5O0O Penna Ss 944, - Oo_ 7>f 1*00 Sen NaT ss '72 100 A* SCO sh Aetna Mining 20 30» Sen NaT fa _t $s 200 sh do bso SO 61080 Snsq Cnl 6s S$K 100 sh Susq Cnl MO 35 1000 Cam-Am 6bT5 IOJJf 112 sh Nor* P» B , 1000 North PaR 10s 125 W V>\ 1000 Elmira R 7s los SO sh Chester YalR 5 1C00 Hunt A Broad 200 sh Oatawtaa pfd 43 H Top R 1st m 103 150 sh do «X MOOCamAAmto'83 . S»«shPhlla ABrleR s5 100 NO SIX 21000PU...

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

COUBTS. Nisi Puitjb—Chief Justice Woodward.—D. O'Harravs.Baylis. Before reported. Verdict for plaintiff for S401 fi3. Sutkeme Cotjet—Chief Justice Woodward and Justices ThompsonStrong, Read, and Agnew The County oi Armstrong vs. Biinton, from Chester county. Quarter Sessions—Judge Ludlow Nothing was done in this Court this morning. Bab Meetisg.—A meeting of the Bar on the occasion of the death of Captain William O Moss, of the 119th Regiment P. V., was held in the Law Library this morning. Joseph G. Rosengarten, Esq., called the meeting to\ order, stating its object in a very feeling mannei » and moved that George M. Wharton, Esq.., be called to the chair. This was adopted, and George W. Harkmswas appointed Secretary. Hon. William A. Porter then addressed the meeting, paying a very high tribute to the memory of the deceased, and speaking very touchingly of his friendship for him. He ¦was followed by G eorge W- Harkins, Esq., who spoke very feelingly of the long and intimate fr...

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

INTERESTING FB0H FLOBIDA, Charleston, Feb. 8, 166-1. —An ofllcial despatch from Lake City of the 8th reports eighteen of the enemy's vessels, gunboats and transports, as having arrived at Jacksonville. It is believed that a large force had landed, which was said to Toe advancing last night. A formidable expedition left port Koyai on inday, the 5th instantunder command of Gen. Seymour, the destination of which -was Jacksonville, Florida. The expedition consisted of three brigadeswith one light oattery. The tramsport Saxton arrived at Port Boyal on the 9th from Jacksonville, and I learned that the expedition landed at the above named place on Monday morning, the 8th instant, The second oflicer of the transport General Hnnter, while engaged in taking the vessel's lines ashore to make her fast, was slightly wounded in the arm from one of the rebel pickets. No other casualties. The expedition, It is reported, will push on to Tallahassee. Major-General Q.. A. Gillmore and staff-sa...

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

V . ?EILADEI.PHia TEABKSi'S. atooat " — , Feo. 13.—In Breailstufis . there is not much doing and no essential change to record in prices. The export demand is limited and only 6@ 700 barrels extra family and fancy sold at $7 60 up to *9<i/l barrel. Small sales to. the retailers and bakers at $6 25 to $6 60 # ban el for superfine, $6 75@7 25 for extras and $7 60 up to S10 for extra family and fancy lots—according to quality. There is but little Rye Flour here and it sells in a small way at $6 26@6 60 yi barrel. In Corn Meal there is nothing doing to fix quotations. The ofle' ringB of Wheat are small and it is held fir?I -5r- ? a,eB O160C0 bushels fair and prime Penua. a ??i.1 ? Bteru Red at S165@168 $ bushel—mostly at the lomer quotation. White r.iugea from *l 80 n «» ?S comes forward slowly and Penna. sells at W ao. Coin is in fair request andsOoo bushels " .£ ?} te - 1? P*rt yellow-sold at «1 14-part afloat and part from the cars. Oats are in steidv demand ana 2000 bus...

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

tneiv neraia THE-EMYOF THE POTOMAC. [irom . y. .j Aeuty of the Potomac, Feb. 12. 1664.—All quietnotwithstanding ramors of a fight. Several officers of th? military railroad have graduated to Tennessee A. Anderson, Chief Engineer, has been appointed general-superlntendent of United States military railroads in the Department oi the Cumberland. 4". P Lord, assistant-superintendent; J. B. Van Zandt, freight agent, andT. D. Irish, train despatcber, have been appointed to similar positions in the same department. , Mr. J. McCrickett, train despatcher, has been appointed assistant-superintendent of the military Tailroad leading to tbe Potomac army. Gen. Kilpatrick went to Washington to-day. - Eleven deserters, including a sergeant of the 48th Mississippi, came into onr lines at Mitchell's Station yesterday morning. The sergeant of the picket knew they coald not be relied on, and seat them off to warm themselves. While they were gone he filled the barrels - of their muskets; with wat...

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

CHABLES STOKES & CO.'S ITRST-C-ASB "ONE-PBIOE" RXAOY J-ADE CLOTHING STORK, SO 824 CHESTNUT STREET, UNDE ^_?iL??____l_ rA1 ' /«Sfc. - For Goat— /"% 4_§|& Length ofba—t __<_ * jj F»" from base at wr T*-J( cellar towaist _^3^_ /_ -tfg ^y an dfromwalst /^ ^ ^^ ***->« Jil /~3 \ to end of taiL f\ '-- .i.iyrT ?H J » 8 Length of / I __—/ f\§£ ¦ E Sleeve (with / 1 I ^* »tb 8 arm crooked)! a / \ W. ^i trom middle/ _ / V^JBofSuu) of back be-1 m _i. i T ^y "" wl tween the! m ** l £? * Lf shoulders tol / ,\ I: '\ end of cuff, If \ ft i» and around «f I 1 A *j the - | I i — f 1 minent partof. I • • I i ^> the chest and V»_ i L*** " ! Jr waist. Stats I { ft f wheth ererect I I j A 3 or stooping. \ 1 f _ * t I F ,r Pan ^> Vis M a \ Inside seam, \ I / ~ SL \ -— and outside _ 1 I *\^^ seam from V ^Jp^^ nip bone arond tha waist and hip. For Vest, same as Coat. A good at guaranteed. All garments made from directional sent in accordance with these instructio...

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

XTOTICE-—THE UNDERTAKERS' MUTTJ-_N AL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION respectfully notiiy all delinquents who have neglected or refused to settle their bills for the burial of their relatives or friends, with their respective Undertakers, that on and after MARCH 1st, 1664, their namesresidence, and occupation will be registered in the UNDERTAKERS' BLACK-BOOK, for future reference; and hereafter, no Under taker will do any work for any delinquent who is indebted to any other Undertaker for work previously done, unless satisfactory arrangements be first made to settle—.e same; and all work hereafter done will be strictly cash; otherwise by special agreement. fel3-s,tn,th 4t* KEND ALL'S AMBOLINE FORTHEHAIB. AMBOLINE MOISTENS, v-BEAUTIFIES, ODOBATES, __NG>TH_NS, INVIGOBATES, NOTJBISHES, EMBTiTiTJSB-S, THEHAIB. A purely vegetable compound, made entirely from stimulating extracts of Boots, Herbs and Flowers. It prevents the hair falling out or turning prematurely grey. Ladies who desire a...

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

; >; ::NOVELTIES ' ¦ LACS CURTAINS SSUSLIN CURT&INS ,V _ • AND WINDOW SHADES. I. E WALEAVBN, SUCCESSO_TO" r~ H. CABBY-, MASONIC BL-JLIi,; 719 CHESTNUT ST, ja2-tf

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

SENAT, BROS. & CO. 214 CHESTNUT Street, opposite Strawberry St., Importers of TTHITE GOODS. OfTer a complete assortment ol Jaconets, Cambrics, Checks, Victoria Lawns, Niiini;ookss, Swiss-Mulls, India Book, India Mull and other MusIiub of onr usual make and finish. jalS-tft FLOURS fLOUR. Ol the following Choice Brands: • •John Musselman," "—3tna." "Henry Mnstelman," "Eagle." "D. Uverholser" "Onion." ' Sirasliurfr Steam, " "Eclipse." "Willow Grove," "Snavely s," "Lo.ust Valley," "Metzgar," " Lordon Vale," "Qish." "New Providence, " ' _igler. " "Samuel Brua," "Pequea." • 'John Banck,'' ' 'Samuel B—ick.'' And other Penna. and Western brands, for sale by BROOKE & PUGH, fell-lmi 1731 A 1733Market Street.

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