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

¦ - AUCTION SALES. FTJRNBKS. BEINLEY <£ Of' ., - rves.... 615 -CHESTNUT ;md 012 .TAYNE street. POSTPONEMENT.; _Our first stile of Spring Goods is postponed until February 16th. -Z F * *' t?^ £££i?E PACKAGE SALE OF SPRING DRY GOODS, AT OUR NEW STORE. 610 CHESTNUT AND 612 JAYNE ST *HN , TUESI)AY MORNING, FEB 10, At 10 o' clock, on four months' credit, by cats logue, comprising Woolen, Silk and Cotton Goods, of British, French and Am»rtc.an fabrics. BRITISH GOODS. ON TUESDAY MORNING ' —^ase3 °-* black alpacas and mohairs. Do. 6-4 silk stripe r^ginas. I)p. - worsted nroche fancies, lo. fancy check mohair lustres. Do. small check mohairs. Do. mozainbiqnes, printed merino<!3. Alsocheck ginghams, deuims, stripes, sheetin?s, &c, &c. r kiNEN JJRILLS AND MARSEILLES VEST-,^ GS 'J 0H MERCHANT TAILORS. 1A0 pieces French fancy linen drills. 200 do do do fle'k Marseilles vestlng3 r™nd 5n -^n 5, valePcia fan«y "lk vestings. LINfcN ^ DRILLS, BL.F.YS AND LIKES • DA...

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

NEW PUBLICATIONS. NEW MEDICAL BOOKS JUST PUBLISHED. LECTURES ON MEDICAL EDUCATION; or on the proper Method of Studying Medicine. By SamoeJ Chew, M. 1»., Prcfess " or of the Praeticeand Prlncipli-s of Medicine and of Clinical Medicinei in th* University of- Maryland. 1 volume, 12mo. o LECTURES ON ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY. Delivered at the Brooklyn Medical and Surgical Institute, by Louis Bauer, M. D., Professor of Anatomy and Clinical Surgery, fcc., kc., with numerous illustrations. 1 volume, octaTO. 3. A MANUAL OF EXTRACTING TEETH. Founded on the Asatomy of the part* involved in the operation, Ac, Ac. Abraham Robertson, D. D. S., ic., with numerous illustrations. 1 volume, 12mo. THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN MEDICOOHIRUHGICAL REVIEW aud UnaxU-rly Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery. London Edition. Price 86 00 per an o um. LINDSAY k BLAKIST"N. Publishers, felO is South Sixth st . , ab. Chestnut. WO REMARKABLE SEKMONS. BY REV. DUDLEY A. TYNG. OUR COUNTRY " 'S TROUBLES. A Sermon preac...

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

BUSINESS OA.BDS. SECOND NATIONAL -BANK OF PHILADELPHIA.*- - vL FBAS-KFORD. Capital SIOOj 000, with the privilege of increasing to .-3-500,000. . . -._-. NATHAN HILLESPresident; WILLIAM H. RHAWN, Cashier, late of ihe Philadelphia Hank. DinEOTOEB: Nathan Hilles, Lewis Shallcross, George W. Rnawn, Charles E- Kremer, Simon R. Snyder, Benjamin Rowland, Jr., Edward Hayes, Benjamln.H. Deacon, John Cooper. The Second National Bank of Philadelphia is now open at No. 131 Main street, Frankfordfor the transaction of a General Banking Business upon the usual .terms. Collections upon all accessible points will be made upon liberal terms. Respectfully, W. H. RHAWN fe3-3m$ ' Oasher. CiUKN JSiUhASUE UAiNK, Fnu,AIWSi.PHiA. J November 23d, 1S63.. At tne election held 16th inst. the tollowlns Stockholders were duly elected Directors of th« Corn Exchange Bank: Alexander G. Cattell, John F. Grots, James Steel, Christian J. Hoffman, Robert Ervien, H. W. Oatherwoo*, William P. Cox, Edmund A. Souder,...

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

IEAGTJE ISLAND—VISIT OF THE HOUSE \ BAVAL COMMITTEE. On Saturday the Committee on Naval Affaire of the House of Representatives visited League Island and Chei-ter in charge of the Committee of Councils. Messrs. Kice, of Massachusetts; Oriswold, of New Yors; Bollins, of Missouri; Edgerion, of Indiana; Morehead and Kelly, of Pennsylvania, of the Committee, -were of the party, together with Messrs. Randall, Myers snd O'Neil, Representatives from this city. Mr. BroomalJ, of Chester, and a number of ' gentleman from that town were present. By some mismanagement the hour of departure in the boat from Philadelphia was delayed so long that it was at low water when at League Island, aud high water when at Chester, thus exhibiting the Island to some disadvantage. Notwithstanding ths, however, the members of Congress who were not personally acquainted ¦with the locality^ expressed great surprise at finding the Island different from, what had been represented by parties opposed to the sit...

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

GROCERIES. ALMERIA GRAPES.—Choice Almeria Grapes In large clusters and first order, for sale by M. t\ SPILLIN, N. W. corner Arch and Eighth streets. C OFFEE—Prime old Government Java Coffee; alco, Maracaibo, La Guayra, Bio, 4c, for sale by M- F. SPILLIN, N. W. corner Arch and Eighth streets. ACCABONI AND VERMICELLI Italian Maccaroni and Vermicelli ef superior quality just landed and for sale by M. ;F. SPILLIN, N. W. corner Aroh and Eighth streets. ALT PINTS CHAMPAGNE. — Cabinet Champagne in hal' pints. 48 bottles to the case. aJsoBeidsteck k Go.,Gieslor& Co ,Grape Leaf, Pearl of the Khine, qts and ptj ; Widow Clicquot, pitts, tha genuine article, for sate fey SIMlN COLTON k SON, Broad and Walnut. BE IH1EHEM BUCKWHEAT.-Tha genuine Bethlehem Buckwheat Meal and Oat Meal, for sate by SIMON COLTON * SON, Broad and Walnut streets. INCIONATI HAMS.—Just received and for sale by Si MON COLTON k SON, Broad and Wslnut streets. HOICE HAMS.— Cincinnati covered Hams, inst received a...

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AffD DEATHS IN PHILADELPHIA. The annual report of the birthsmarriages and deaths in Philadelphia for 1863, has been sane to he Mayor. The lollowing is an abstract of the report: The number of births registered during the year 1SR3, was 15,2C3. an increase over the previous year of 552, or 3.74 percent., and when compared with the actual . mortality in the city—11,22'J—Ehows an excess of births of 1073, or ?.5I per cent. The number of male births was 8.042, an excess OTor the previous year of 433, or 5. GO percent. The female births amounted to 7,251, an increase of 119, or 1 66 per cent. The number of twin births amounted to 146. The still bir-h registered numbered 743; comparing the total still births With those of the previous year, shows an increase oi'32. The number of colored children registered during the year amounted to 292, an increaso of -11 overlS62. The excess of males over females was ten. The number of marriages anting 1SS3 amounted to 5,471, being ...

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

LIFE LNSUBANOE. LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY —THE GIRARD LIFE INSURANCE, ANNUITY andTEUST COMPANY, of Philadelphia, OFTIOE, No, 408 CHESTNUT Street. CHARTER PEEPETUAD. Capital, 3308,000—paid in and invested In Bond* . . and Mortgages. Continue to make Insurance on Lives, (rant Annuities and Endowments and make contracts generally, which depend on the contingencies of 1Mb. -They act as Executors, AdministratorsAssignees, Receivers, Committee of LunaticsGuardians off Minors and Trustees generally, whether committed to their charge by individuals, Courts of Justice o* corporate bodies. ¦ — ¦ .+>> .T _ They give a participation of Profits tothe Insured for life. ___. % MAltAOBBS. Thomas RWgway, John A. fcown, Robert PearsaU, John E. Latoaer, John R. Slack, John O. JOtchel, Thomas P. J*»«*. Seth J. Comly, Frederick Brown, Isaac Starr,' - George Tanen, ~ t Stacy B. Bajcxoft. Henry G. Freeman, Wm. P. Jenks, ' MbpiOai. Et sMryBBS. ^Geo. Emerson, M.D., and Samuel Cham...

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

T\RAIN PIPE—Montgomery Tenfa Ootta. XJ Works: Price List for ISM. 2 inch, pipe per 3 feet length 30 cents. 3 inch pipe per 3 feet length*S6 cents. 4 inch pipe per 3 feet length 48 cents. - • 5 inch pipe per 3 feet length 60 cents. 6 inch pipe per 3 feet length 75 cents. We are prepared, to furnish stone-ware drain pipe, glazed inside and ontside, from 3 to 15 inches in diameter, in large or smsU quantities withall varieties of Traps, Bends, and other connections. LiDeral discount to the trade. __,„: » D - McOOLLIN *LBgGA. DS, 022 1331 Market street, Philadelphia. CH OCOLATE WALTER BAKER * CO-'S Chocolate: Cecoaand Broma, -single, double and triple Vanilla: alsoOrM Oocpai and Cocoa SheUs,Tn store and for sale by.WM. H. GRANT, 1M South Be, aware "WHaiT*»

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

QOMETHTNGIENTIBELY NEW. SOLDIEES' OOMPANION.EVEEY SMOKERS . i-'. - COMPANION. The most complete present, a Father, Mother, Brother, Sister or.Friend, can make, to their relative in the army. : ¦ THE BIDGWOOD PIPE AND TOBACCO CASE 1. ne cheapest, most uselulcompact and convenient article ever manufactured. Call and Insrpeo them. . . ¦ r ¦ B. * G. A. WRIGHT, Appointed sole Agents, . . ... ' fr -M Chestnut street. The trade supplied at the Company's prices; fnJJ Uconnt allawod . . . • li VtJSk SANARY SEED.—TWENTY-FIVE BBLS Prime Canary Seed In store and for saleiby OBKMA*i*OC.,*r.l9 Wain. «r-iTl7

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

THE PHILADELPHIA RIDING SCHOOL, FOURTH Street, above Vine, will re-open fin the Fall and Winter season on MONDAY, Sept. 2t0h. Ladies and gentlemen desiring to acquire a thorough knowledge of this accordpllshinent will find every facility at this school. The horses art safe and well trainedso that the most timid need not fear. Saddle- horses trained in the best man ner. Saddle horses, horses and vehicles to hire Also carriages for funerals, to'cars, steamboats,*©. «*iep THOS. CRAIGK Ik ROV SMOKEDHERRING.—1,195 boxeB'gcaledHerring; 305 boxes No. 1 Herring per Champion, forsalebyE. A. SOUDEB t CO., taokj<txeet "Wharf.

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

GET YOUR STAMPING. BEA ?D *W 1 ?'• EM* BROIDERY and Tam bouring done^t CAMERON'S, 22S North EIGHTH street and 508 South blAlH street. Xadies1 nnder-clothing int =t0 ^o ?ad ™^ deJt ta order. Tucking neatly done to order, foa-to*

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

race with whom he was in constant intimate contact in all the social relations of life. In New York there is upon the city railways a certain proportion of cars in which colored persons are allowed to ride. These .cars are properly inscribed, and those who are fastidious upon the subject of color are under no constraint to enter them " . Philadelphia stands almost alone in' her delusiveness upon this subject; but public opinion and the necessities of the case seem to be gradually operating to bring about a change, and it should be such a change as will avoid offending honest prejudices while it looks to justice and fairploy for all. The encampment for colored troops at Camp "William Penn attracts a large number of the dark skinned friends of the soldiers to that loeality, and some mode of public conveyance for them seems absolutely necessary. Under the present system the front platform of the car is the only place which this unfortunate " proscribed race is sufl'ered to occupy, an...

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

COUP ONS OF 7 3-10 Treasury Notes due February 19. • i «• n April L 5-20 Bonds due May 1. Highest market rates paid by DREXEL k CO., 34 South Third street. fell-lOt^ * ICH LAOES-—GEO. W. VOGEL, No, W16 CHESTNUT Street, opened this morning, two cases New Goods, tne from Paris, the other from Brussels, containing Real BLACK LACE PARASOLS, mounted in new and elegent styles; also, Real Point Gaze and Point Applique Ltce Fans, beautiful goods for Bridal, Presents; also, Real Black Lace Fans in very superb mountings; »*Duchesse" Collars, in nch variety, all of tlis prcper tkape, the same exactly as sent to the Paris marketand very different from many in tils market; Bartes, Capes. A superb assortment of Real Black Lace Points, received directly from the manufacturers in Brussels, the cheapest and handsumest to be found anj-wherc; Lace Pocket Handkfs., new sizes avid new styles; very fine veils; all widths of Point Application Laces by the yard, fresh new goods just Haished: White Point ...

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

OUR AEMY HOSPITALS. We regret to ^ notice a desire upon the part of tho Medical authorities at Washington to diminish the number of accommodations which havc,during the war, been offered to the sick and wounded heroes, who have been compelled to seek shelter and medical attention in army hospitals. The quiet which has prevailsd at the front, during the past few months,1 has- naturally reduced the necessity for such accommodation; but the winter months are rapidly passing away,and in a few weeks a renewal of the scenes of carnage, which made the past year remarkable, will be experienced in the valleys of Virginia. The old regiments will have been greatly strengthened; new ones will have been organized, and corps, which now offer but fragmentary evidence of their former power, will have been increased in numbers commensurate with the great work which the country expects them to resume and complete before the many colored leaves again impart a brilliant hue to the "sacred soil....

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

STOCK k CO.' S MASON <¦ -" PIANOS. " . '" . ' . " . ' ."!*!!. " . ' * " . ' . '.!""' . ' . " .;"!!! *•••¦¦•••*••¦*•*•' • ¦•••¦••••*•••••• »»"' . "^' . " .l" . ' . HAMLIN'S . ¦ . " . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . * . ' . ¦ . ¦ . ' I"*!. '"!"' . ' . ' . ' . ' . " CABINET ' , ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . STECX&CO.V S ORGANS. '' PIANOS. "' ¦ J. E. GOULD, ; Seventh and Chestnut. NOW OPEN ? ¦ - -' ' Now Open.— _: ;" .-Now Open. ' .-Now Open. ' , Now Open. Now Open. Now Open; Now Open. Now Open. Now Open. Saint James. Saint James. Saint James. Saint James. Saint James. • Saint James. Saint James. Saint James. .Saint James. Saint James. Saint James. Saint James, Saint James. Saint James. Saint James. Saint James. - Saint "James. . Saint James. Baitat James. Saint James. Green & Kelly. Green k Kelly. Green 4; Kelly. Green & Kelly. '_:-'" Green k Kelly. , ' * Green A Kelly. Green k Kelly. Green 4: Kelly. ¦ - ¦ Green 4; Kelly. G...

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

THE MOST SENSIBLE AND PROFITABLE styles of pjctnres made are found at B. F. SEIMER'S, 024 ARCH street. Go early, and secure flood likeness—PARTES DE VIS1TE HA1N-BOLTS permit chamber or other doors to be slightly opened, and thus promote ventilation, while they arc as secure as other bolts. Various patterns, of iron or brass, for sale by TRUMAN k SHAWNo. 835 (Eight Thirtyflve) Market street, below Ninth. GREAT DEMAND FOR THOSE FINE Likenesses lor £1made by REIMER, at SECOND street, above Green. COLORED PHOTOGRAPHS executed with accuracy and taste. MATRASS, BAG AND SAIL NEEULES Sprigging, Peprglng, Sewing, Scribing and Ice Awls, for sale at TRUMAN k SHAW'S No. 635 (Eight Thirty.flve) Market street, below Ninth. ^ " ___ HAT WONDERFUL FIDELITY OF EXPRESSION and accuracy of COLORING is manifest in those splendid PORTRAITS and life-size Photographs in Oil, by B. F. REIMER, 624 ARCH street. INSTRUCTION IN ITALIAN.-Signor JOSEPH MAZZA Is prepared to givo lessons in the Italian Langnage,...

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

SQAfiA —A YEARLY GROUND RENT of OUUv. S180. payable out of large Lot, improved bv S Dwellings—gronnd alone worth 59,0t0. E. T. COXE, Sii Walnut street. Ylt* LETT1RS OF ADMINISTR&.TION ON THE £srate of JOSEPH B. SHE WELL, deceased, laic oi the city of Philadelphia, having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to his Estate are requested to make pavment, and those having claims or demands against the same to present them without delay to F. R. BACKUS, Administrator, No. 350 North Delaware Avenue Philadelphia, Feb. 13. tS64. fet5-mGt* VALUABLE FARM AT PUBLIC SALE. The subscriber will sell at Public Sale on the premises, on •• ATURDAY, the 27th cay of FEBRUARY, 1664, at 2 o'cIoekP. M.. his FARM, situate in Chester township. Delaware county, Pennsylvania, containing about 91 Acres. The improvements consist of a large and commodious S10NB MANSION HOUSE, three stories high, having 10 rooms, all of whichare oi convenient sine. There are twi fronts to the dwelling, ...

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

GtSUKtfi. j. vunv. STOCK * EXCHANGE BROKER No. 19 South Third street. Stocks and Loans bought and sold on Commissionat the Board of Brokers. Government Securities, Specie and Uncurrent money bought and sold. U.S.. 5-20 ' Year Loan furnished at par. no24-3mrp{jg URE PALM OIL SOAP This Soap is made ol pure fresh Palm Oil, and is entirely a vegetable Soap; fmore suitable for Toilet use than those made from animal fats. In boxes »t one dozen cakes for 91 SO per bos. Manufactured by GEO. M. ELKINTON & SON, No. 118 Margaretta street, between Front and Second, above Oallowhill street. del7-lyrpj M^SS&^SS INDELIBLE INK., EW« BBOIDER1NG, Braiding, Stamping, 4c ' M. A. TORREY, ¦ tpg e VUbari Mrwt T°nfi, #SI?Jl J9! lS «OK "OHEN PASTE, AND J. MARSHMALLOW DROPS-Excellent Con-5SHS5S S?r V°u S.nBi Colds and Sore Throat. STEPHEN F. WHlTkAN, manufacturer . No. 1210 Market Street. ja22-26trp PAPER AND ENVELOPES--! _ ., The best and cheapest in. the City. For sale by * . J - DUXBURY ...

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

EVENING BULLETIN MONDAY, FEBRUARY J5, 1864. ~~ DAVIS TO HIS SOLDIERS. Jefferson Davis has found it necessary to pnMsh an address to the troops of the rebel army. The wholesale desertions that are .occurring among them, in every part of the •South, must have seriously alarmed him, ¦«r hewould not have felt called on to make' .-Such an appeal as that we lay before our jieaders to-day. Of course, he says nothing about the thousands of desertions,butmakes a great-parade of the fact that some of his troops ire re-enlisting. Then he goes on to ' «all the Union soldiers " mercenaries," the /Union :people "corrupt," and the Union jwss 'iptaisioned." fe should like to have fiiis address widely circulated at the North as well as at the South. It will excite the ; -loyal people &> new indignation at this ring-Jeadf* of the .Southern traitors, and the loyal ) soldiers whom he insults to new " determina-; jidn to % ht against him and his armies. Congressional Naval Commi...

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

THE PEIWSYLVANIA RATXBOAD STOCK. To the Editor of the Ecening Bulletin : The city of Philadelphia holds a large amount of stock in the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Said stock is controlled by the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, who are authorised j by law to dispose of the stock from time to time to the best advantage for the benefit of the sinking fund. On Monday last about two thousand shares of this stock were Bold at $75^. The stock was sold, it is said, without consulting tbe President of the road, who doubtless would have informed the Commissioners of the approaching stock dividend, a loss already to the city of $14,000! Where were the City Directors elected by Councils to protect the interests of the city ? A Citizen.

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