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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

AMTJ5SKEKTS. HOBSis JS.METJUH.B.—weagain advise our readers to visit Concert Hall and enjoy the entertainments given by the MorrisSHnstrels. Ths sosg, the dance,, ths burlesque alternate with jokes, provocative of hearty and innocent laug&ter. Full and fashionable houses attend nightly. Tub Chbbtxpt.— To-night wessveths "TSdsefc. of Leave Man." It will soon be withdrawn to. make way for othei novelties. Thb Abch.—The Richi ' ngs' opera troupe thist , evening in that brilliant English oper*, •'The'Postillion of Lonjumeau." Miss Richings, Br. P. Richings, Mr\. SeguinandMr. Hi'l appear. W*. have no doabt the present engagement of ttiis. ad-^ -, mirable eompahy will enu*1 iB popular enthusiajav. their previous one at this theatre. ^e *™«5»*> ¦ ' ¦? as we need scarcely remind anybody was hnRianV almost beyond preeendent. • ¦ .. ¦ • ¦' ¦ •» Tux WALurr— It was «nute a delightful sury , prise to set Mis Lucille Western at the Walnut o/a Saturday eveningin-some other cha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

PLAIHTAtX. From Brown low's Knoxvilla Wki$ and. Rebel rmfifotor, of January 38, wa gather tha following;, extracts: Sua: i. Pox This loathsome disease is prevailing in Richmond, and C. J. Bowd»rr > a rates Senator from Virginia, has dies. We have. it. here, and find it rather on the increase. It was brought here during the siege by Iiongs'reet'st-j army, and is a fixed institution in the Tobeliasmyt. : The personal filth and corruptions of the whole.: gang, their licebed-bug", old clothes, poor diet i and guilty consciences—mixed as they are with.> mean whiskey, and all that is moan, dirty asd unpatriotic, are enough to flood the country whore they ge with every hateful disease known, to thehuman family! TnnPAnsox on tbb Nbsko- QtrMTioa Th* ' rebels of the South have used slaves in this war, and aimed them in battle, and where thsy havs been brought into action they have displayed great bravery. They brought on the war because of the negro, and without any provoc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

: EYISING BULLETIN ' TlAeOd, OHAMBEBS & CO., . PROPRIETORS, III %Wm TEEBD STEEETS PHILADELPHIA: ^BEHS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 1 The BBIAStih Is served to Subscribers In tha eity as 13 csnts per week:, payable to the carriers, or 88 e& per annum. ' - KiTEE OP ADVKKTIferHG. ErJf Stiars, i time.* £5 1 Sgnare, 2 weeks..*? 25 I.Square. 1 time...... 50 1 Square, 1 month.. 5 OB 1 Squaxs. S tiEies.,,. 75 1 Square, 2 months. 8 0b 1 Square ' ,'! times... - .1 66 1 Square, 3 months. 11 08 1 Square, 1 wsafc....! 7511 Square, 6months.20 Of Six lines constituts one square; three lines ot lass half s sej oars.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

ACCIDEBT AT A BTJITBOAT LAUNCH. A large number ot persons collected at J. B. lads' s ship yard at Carondelet, yesterday morning, to witness the launching ol tha iron gunboat Chickasaw apon the bosom of the Mississippi, and when the stays wars let loose, between ten and eleven o'clock, nearly two hundred ladies and gentlemen were- oa beard. The anchor was at the bow, ready to be oast off, the large rope to which it was attached being coiled at the bow. Around this coil some ten or-Tlfteenpersona were permitted to eslleet, and when the anchor was cast, the rope, of courte, played oat with great rapidity. As tha boat touched tha water, Commodore Hull, who was oa boardcried out for all who were forward to <>run aft aad avoid tha ropes," but although a portion of tha- crowd, obeyed tha warning, several were too slow. In. its swift descent the rope dragged into the water tbe following persons: Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bradley, Mies Jennie Eads, daughter of the owner of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

FB0H WASHINGTON. The correspondent oi the Tribune writes as follows: The Provost Marshal General has decided that the towns in the various States shall each constitute a sub-district. A draft, therelore, wil only be ordered in such towns in the various State as shall show a deficiency under the vaiiouscalls, while those towns which have an excess of quota will be credited the same, to apply to any futnre emergency. _ Through the intervention of Gen. Butler, the officers and men of Col. Streight's cornmai.d have been released fiom close confinement and th<ir irons removed, which acts were done by the rebels as a retaliatory measure. Major-General Sickles, who arrived in town on Fridaj', has not received any orders as yet from the War Department, assigning him to duty in the West or elsewhere. Scott's Nine Hundred have been relieved from duty in the Department of Washington and ordered to report to Major-General Banks, Department ot the Unit. Gen. Meade and staff will leave f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

1 iorK ; IMPOETAHTFaOMNOMHjBiEOtlirA. fv-== .. MS. EDITOR-Will you allow the MANUJJ AGEHS of the ROSINE ASSOCIATION a little space for the following statement and appeal: 1. The Kosine Association of this city has dona and is doing a great and good workin arresting the steps of many an unfortunate girl just entering on the downward path of sin and shame, and bringingher back, by woman's own voice and hands, to the path of virtue, teaching her how she may earn an honest living. Mr. Editor, shall such an Institution hesitate to Lr. ^ « v" "* if" K» . Tribune. Jm .Newbexw, N. C, Feb. 101S64. _ In ray last »ot?s I informed you that the rebels had apparently left for other parts. Scarcely had the " mail gone whenindications were seen of Their w-Uirr. Monday they came again upon Newport Barracks and drove the -force a short distance. They remained, however, only a short timeand then retired. On the same nightaforce came down on the front, toward Kingston, and shelled onr pickets, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

T^TEW SPRING MOURNING GOODS daily J^ opened by BESSON 4; SON. Mourning Store, No. 918 CHESTNUT street. N. B. Wholesale Rooms on second floor. ¦n^H^i^^BB^iBBaaaBaB^Bii^^BnB^^Baaa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

THE WAR FOR THE UNIOK TJEPAETMEHT OF THE TENNESSEE:. Caijio, Feb. 14,—The Memphis papers of tte 12th contain no news. The steamer Platte Eiver has returned from Ealatia, Yazoo River, where she, with other tranBDOrt and gunboatB of Generals Foster and Sherman expedition, were attacked ou the 6th ky a force of three thousand Texas troops, who With artillery and musketry fired into the traasporte, and wounded six soldiers, _ . A fight ensued, in which a portion of our infantry and our gunboats participated, lesulting in tie dislodgment and driving the ^ enemy With what loss-is unknown. E.ght °f ?™P were killed and thirty wounderf. The 11th 2ta«Sw.3b. £gro cavalrr and infantry, wpre entraeed iaJfec affair. The enemy weiie also drives from Mechaflics-*Hle without lossio us. . . . •' , A sich negro soldier, belonging to Colonel Wood's command, stragg led from the regiment and was murdered by the rebels. A Lieutenant and two privates, wiio committed the deed, were: captured, and Colo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

TJJAVKiilNti UU1DK. ESG^^^aB lb64—PENNSYLVANIA eSg *1 aB*rr, ' g 5OENTR AL RAILROAD. ^ T- bTjIajJElphia to Pittsburgh. 350 MILES DOUBLE TRACK! THE SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST. Trains leave the Depot at Eleventh and Market streetsas follows: ^ail Taln at 8.00 A. M. FastLine at .. • 11.40 " Through Express \t 10.30 P. M. Parksburg Trail ai 1.00 " Harrisburg AccLmmodation st 2.30 • • Lancaster Train at 4.06 •' The Through Expi if Train runs daily—all tha other trains daily except Sunday. FORPITTSBURGH AND THE WEST. The Mall Train, Fast Line and Through Ex. press connect at Pittsburgh with through, trains on all the diverging roads from that point. North to the Lakes, West to the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, and South and Southwest to all points accessible by railroad. INDIANA BRANCH RAILROAD. The Through Express connects at Blairsville Intersection with a train on this Road for Blairsville, Indiana, kc. EBENSBURG AND ORESSON BRANCH RAILROAD. The Through Express Train connects at ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

DRUGS. !- EGBERT SHOEMAKER & GO.— Robt. Shoemaker, Benj. H Shoemakkb, Wm. M. Shoemaker, RichakdM. Siioemakeb. TO DRUGGISTS.—We offer the following, of recent importation: Agaric, Aniseed, Star Anise, Caraway and Canary iseed, Althex, Aconite and Calamus Roota, Barbadoes Tar, Poppy Heads, Tonqua Beans, Refined Borax, Refined Camphor, Jennings's Calcined aud Oarb. Magnesia,Calabria Liquorice, Essential Oils of prime quality, French Chamois, Wedgwood and Porcelain Woriara and Pill Tiles, Evaporating Difhes, Porcelain Funnels, Flint-Glass Prescription Vials, Druegists' Furniture Bottles, of Boston manufacture, French Vial Corks, Pallet Knives, kc. ROBERT SHOEMAKER k CO., Wholesale Druggists, fe3 N. E. corner Fourth and Race streets. O DRUGGISTS We otter to the Dispensing Trade a large fresh stock of selected Drags—comprising, among many other articles, ,v arsaparilla, Mexican and Honduras; Magnesia, Calcined, In tin cases and bottles; Castor Oil, E. I. and American; Prime ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

INSUBkNOB. THE RELIANCE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated In 1841. Charter Perpetual. OFFICE No. 308 WALNUT Street. Insures against loss or damage by FIRE, HOUSES,STORES AND OTHERBUILDINGS; limited or perpetual: • and on FURNITURE, GOODS, WARES, and MERCHANDISE. CAPITAL £MW,UW. ASSETS 8387,811 88. Invested in the following securities, vl»: First Mortgage on City Property, well secured -. 8106,906 M United States Government Loans 119,000 08 Philadelphia City 6 per cent. Loans.... SO, 000 06 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 6 per cent. S3, (Kit), 000 Loan 18,006 00 Pennsylvania Railroad 1st and 2d Mortgage Loans 35,000 00 Camden and Amboy Railroad Company's 6 per cent. Loan....... 6,000 Of Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company's 6 per cent Loan .5,000 00 Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad 7 per cent: Loans 4,580 66 Commercial Bank of Penri' a. Stock 10,000 08 Mechanics' Bank Stock 4,000 06 County. Fire. Insurance Company's Stock 1,050 06 Union Mutual Insurance Compa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

The Maiden Tragedy. — ihe first interview between Green and his wife, since his arrest for the murder of young Converse, took place . this morning in the office of the keeper of tie East Cambridge Jail, and was deeply affecting to the few privileged spectators present, as well as to the unfortunate parties themselves.1 Mrs. Green is the youngest daughter of a most worthy and aged citizen of Cambridge. She is a prepossessing yonng wcrmabi wearing a kind aud good-natured look. On arriving at the jail she was ushered into the jail office, when the turnkey, Mr. Wade, brought in her husband. The scene which took place can better be imagined than described. They both sat down in the office, after the kindly greeting which a beloved wife wbo always stands by her husband gives him jinder ail circumstances, however -unfortunatepin which he may be placed in this world. A. few words were spoken in p. low tone of voice between the unhappy couple about the situation in which he was placed, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

PENNSYLVANIA WORKS-on the DELAWARE River, below PHILaDBLPHIA. CHESTER. Delaware county, Pa ' REANEY, SON k ARCHBOLD, Engineers and Iron Boat Builders, """•""' Manufacturers of CONDENSING- AND NON-CONDENSING " ENGINES, Iron Vessels of all description,-Boilers, Water-™ -._ Tanks, Propellers, &c., ka. T.REANEY, W.B.REANEY, S.AROHBOLB, Late of Late Reane y, Neafle k Co., Engineer in Ohloi . Perm Works. Phila. fjy!3-tf 1 p. s. Navy INDIA RUBBER MACHINE BELTING „ STEAM PACKING, HOSE, &cT , Engineers and dealers will find a FULL ASSORTMENT OF GOODYEAR' S PATENT VULCANIZED RUBBER BELTIN&T PACKING, HOSE, io.,.at the Manufacturer's Headinarters. GOODYEAR'S 308 Chestnut street, «r T3 -rrr ,. „ .. „ South SldO. J*i.**_ "e k^s a NEW and CHEAP ARTICLE Of GARDEN and PAVEMENT HOSE: very cheap, to which the attention of the Dublin U called. r ,^3 OTTON SAIL DUOK, COTTON CANVAS ofevery weight, from one to two feet wide, all numbers; heavy and light RAVENS IHJOB ASHLAND TOP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

PR IVY-WELLS.-OWNERS OF PROPERTY.—The only place to get-Privy Wells Cleansed and disinfected at very low prices. ^ A. PEYSSON, Manufacturer of Pondrette mvl-^T ffolrfwnttb-.Trnil TJbrarv at™, t RROW (HOOTS.-12 BARRELS PURE Jamaica Arrow Root—For sale by GEORGE * ALKINS, 10 and 13 South Delaware*venue. 1a3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

WRECK OF THE. BRIG L. D. CARVER. Fortress Monroe, Feb. 14.—The brigti. D. Carver, Captain Samuel White, from Philadelphia, bound to Pensacola, was wreejsed on Farmer' s Beach last night, and is a total wreck. The crew were saved.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

JAY COOKE & CO. Bankers and Healers IN. SOViBNMENT LOANS. 5-20 BONDS, 5 PER CENT. LEGAL TENDERS, 7-30 TREASURY NOTES. 1881 LOANS. ONE YEAR CERTIFICATES, QUARTERMASTERS' VOUCHERS, QUARTERMASTERS' CHECKS, CITY AND SIVATE STOCKS, BANK, RAILROAD, and CANAL STOCKS AND BONDS. Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission. A fell supply ol all kinds of GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, including the New Five Per Cent. (Legal Tender) TREASURY NOTES, always ea hand. Collections made and Beposit&received.. . JAY COOKE & CO. No. 114 South Third Street jaSMaJ

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

NEW MILLINERY H0DS1, P. A. HAEDING & CO., Respectinlly inform the mercantile community tnat they will open, FEBRUARY 10th, 1864, AT No. 413 Arch street, ~ A complete"1 stock of STRAW ¦ — - AND MILLINERY GOODS, Suited to ttetrad^andtrnetthatprompt an<i careful attfntien, moderation in prices, good assortmenttogether vrttb. their long experience iu business(having been for the last Beven years witn the house of Lincoln, Wood * Nichols, and tneir successors. Wood * Gary,) they may merit a share of the public patronage. „„,_«„ „„. *#-Ordere solicited by mail and promptly exeoutjd_ ^JL~^~<£S^m i. I L ^3B^XAS cMSo^600^W^ DyEVS. BOUPEB* OO., Poo* «ttwt wharf.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

GOLD, SHiTSB, AKB BANK NOTES WANTED. DE HAVEN & BRO, 20 SOUTH THIED ST.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

A. S. ROBINSON, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN LOOKING GLASSES, Fancy and Plain Frames, suitable for Ivorytyptt , phetcgraphs and Engravings. Manufacturer sf PIER, MANTLE & WALL MIRRORS. Engravings and Oil Paintings. ' Galleries of Pictures and Looking Glass Wars. rooms. A. S. ROBINSON, ff0 : g^ Qj^yfa^t St reet Philadelph ia'. m^CMTONHiAKHEiS AND STANBAEB DRILLS. FOR SALE BY Frothingham «fc Wells. imobm—^wa ww nn ——M^aie

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 15 February 1864

EiDWARD P. KELLY. JOHN KELLY, TAILORS, 612 CHESTNUT ST. LATE THIRD STREET AB. WALNTXT Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment ©i NEW and STAPLE GOODS, FATTEBH OVERCOATS AND Warm Sack and Business Coats. FOR SALE AT Reduced Prices. TERMS CASH-Prices lower than other OustomerTallors. TO LET—Up Stairs of 612 and 6i4 Chestnut st.

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