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

K ' SPECIAL NOTICES. Jei. 12. ^M^m^aowa&KmmaKBB^BC*maaiaaa^KKB*?ttBBs»am\ a f —1- —i fp=» - tWEL rfB~ Y^: " ATTENTION!. ! ^Tn,a Pitirens of tbe Ward are Invited to meet at rht BAPTIST CHUBCH, corner of FIFTH and rtittoNWOOD Streets, on MONDAY EVENING Feb- 15th, 1861, at 1% o'clock, to adopt moS ' nres to socure the quota of the Ward, and ?VOII» THE DRAFT. " Come all and show by your presence that you are deiermined the Twelfth Ward shall not be subjected to a Draft. A lull report of the doings of the Committee will be read. One honest effort and tne Ward will be (reed from 'he Draft. Let every citizen attend the meeting. Eminent speakers have been engaged. WM. B. MANN, President. DAVIS PEARSON, Treasurer. fe13-2t* WM.B. CONNELL, i?ecretnry. ,t^==» AMERICAN LIKE INSUKiiVCB AUD lk3 TRUST COMPANY, WALNUT street, Southeast corner of Fourth, Philadelphia. February 4thISM. ¦ The Trustees have this day declared a dividend of FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums received upon Mut...

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

, FOE SALE AND TO LET. S COUNTRY SEAT AND PABH FOB «B SALE—Centaining Bfrr-flve acres, 2S handsomt'ly situated in Cheltenham town skip. Montgomery connty, Pennsylvania, afcottt eighi miles from the aity sud one and a-half frcra Yor j Road Station, on Olb North Pennsylvania Rail, road. The. buildings are nearly new, substantia) and well ealcieatca for a winter or summer residence. Apply to C. H. MTJIRHEID,' No. 2M Sontti SIXTH street, Philadelphia, ' sel9-tr{ O LET. —Two line OFFICES, Southwest cat. utr of SIXTH and CHESTNUT streets. Entrance on both streets. Good light and verv desirable lor a lawyer's or conveyancer's office. Apply to HICHABD P. "WHITEAttorney at Law, No, «O0 CHESTNUT street, second floor. ? j ,37- wfai-9t$ TU 'LKT—Large aud small ROOMS, up stairs, 613 and «H CHESTNUT street. fe3-tf UHN k HILLIEK, Agents for the Purchase and Sale of City and Country Pjoperty. Money procured on Mortgage . Collectors ol House Rents, Ground Benin, Book Accounts, Obligations, ka....

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

SHIPPING. ^eg§®&, - STEAM WEEKLY TO LIVEBi^ WB jBfePOOL, touching- at Q.UEENSTOW& fCork Harbor)—The well-known Steamers ol tha Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steamshis Company are intended to sail as follows: EDINBURGH.. Saturday, Feb IS CITY.OF WASHINGTON.... Itturday Fen! 20 CITY OF LONDON. ... Saturday, Feb. 27 wrilT61 ^. succeeding Saturday at Noon, frois Pier 44 North River. RATES OF PASSAGE: ' PAYABLE IK GOLD OB IT8 BQUTVALHmX Ul OTJE-. EEHOr. wSfifw-V"*50 i steara8s S38 at 1st Cabin to London. 65 I Do. to London 34 8; 1st Cabin to Paris 951 Do. to Paris.. 40 65 lot Cabin to Hamburg 90 | Do. to Hamburg 37 M Passengers also -forwarded to Havre, Bremen. Rotterdam, Antwerp, kc., at equally low rates. *£*?£?. *B0SS LrVEEPOOL OS 0. 17BEMBT0WH.— First Cabin, 875, 8858105. Steerage from Liver, pool and Q.ueen3town, SS30. Those who wish tc send for their friends can buy tickets here at theac rates. ¦ ¦* ¦For^^ rther iuformatioa, apply at tho Company's Offic...

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

\ DRY GOODS. Tj EAVY 4-4 SHIRTING LINENS. SU CENTS. OURWEN STODDART * BROTHER . Nob. 450, 452 and 454 North Second street, fel3-3t^ above Willow, tpRlENDLY.FOULARD SILKS. ~ ~ X! Browns ' , White Figures. Modes, Small Figures. Blues, Purplesand Blacks. Good Plain Silks. . 355 Black aiB Brown Silks. Spring Hlks Openingx . . ^ EYRE jfcLANDELi; Fourth and Arch streets. 7/1 INCH LYONS VELVETS. 4-U 36 inch Cloak Velvets 30 inch Lyons Velvets Velvets for Spring Mantles. fel0 V V * EYRE & LANDELL. S " FECIAL KOTIOE TO THE LADIES. The CHEAPEST SILKS in tbe Market. 1,31.0 yards neat plaid India Silks at si U0 per yard. 5Mij-nrds black and white India Silks, at Slpr-.yd. 6i 0 yards brown andwhlte IndiaSUks, atjlpr.yd. 1,10(1 yards broken plaids India Silks, at 31 per yd. 400yards blue and while India Silksat 31 pr.yd. They make the most serviceable dress a lady can wear They are selling very fast. Call and examine them before the assortment Is broken. At JOHN H. STOKES'S, 702 Arc...

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

IMOtAL NOTICES. HENRY G DL'FFIELD vs. ANNIE F. DUFF1ELD— C. P. LiDiv.;.Sept. Term, 186J No. 31. . To ANNIE F. DUFFIELD, respondent above nemtd—Madam: Please take noticethatthe Court has granted a rule on you to. show cause why a divorceA. V.M.^-should not i«o decreed in this jaje, returnable on SATURDAY,"February 20th, 1804at 10 o' clock A. M., personal service hiving tailed on,account ofthe absence of respondent, cioiti CHARLES W. BROOKE iei2 at* . Attorney for Libellant. Ti^,?T TnHw '??!: J7> i!,1EN'rAK 'Y ttl'oa the Estate been duiv^SH v-° , L'aTlS, Sr., deceased, having ilsterofTCHi ",1 Jed -\? ^ nndeisigned by the Heielohia al iJ °r 'hB Clty and bounty of PhiKDhSS» VnM?erS0Ils ln?el"*d to said Estate will Jin™ ^ ke Paymentand those having "claims or demands against th« same, to present them 4MW a\ rliii' «. JOHN H- OTK "s - Execino? JJ3,w ALriUT Streetor his Attornnv » jo " v THOMPSON, 731 Walnut streeT' °ey' &$&& PrnTr?S/ CO,JKJ? OF OOMMON ...

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

BOARD OF TRADE. S. W. DE COURSES, ) JAMES O. HAND, > MONTHLY COMMITTBB. GEORGE L. BUZ BY, 1 IMPORTATIONS. Reported for the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. TRINIDAD—Bark Andes, Meiriman—165 hhdi sugar 12 tcs do,212 hhds molasses 22 tea do George j Carson & Co. CIENFUEGOS—Schr C Fantuzzi, Wooster—200 hhds sugar 33 tcs do 34 hhds molasses Madaira at Cabada. ¦ iAnJHGDAYS OP STEAMSHIPS; TO ARRIVE. SHITE 1TJOM JOB BA« North American...Liverp'l...Portland Jan. 23 Adriatic Galway...Boston Feb. I Virginia Liverpool—New York Feb. 2 CofMancheater.Uverpool..New York Feb. 8 Hamihonia..Southampton...New York.........Feb. 9 Saxonia —. Southampton...New York.........Feb. 10 Africa Liverpool..New York Feb. IS Asia Liverpool.. Boston. Feb. 13 Rremen.... Southampton—New York ...Feb. VJ Canada Liverpool—Boston Feb. 30 Bavaria... ^Southampton.. New York.. ....Feb. 24 TO DEPART. Arabia Boston—Liverpool .Feb. 17 O of Washington..N York..Liverpool. Feb. 17 Bellona........ New York. .Lon...

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

Lbcttjeb by JosEPn Barker.—During the early part of tlie present week Mr. Joseph Barker, recently the celebrated advocate of Secularism, has been delivering sermons and les ,-turOB in the Working Men's Institute, West-, gate, in favor of Christianity. On Sunday he preached two sermons, and on Monday evening the subject of his lecture was, « TheBible, its worth, and how to nse it." Tho speaker " shbwert that the Bible was the. only book adapted to all the requirements of man's mental and spiritual nature, and showed that it had been the meaDS of doing more good than anv Oth,er hook in existence. On Tuesday fining hw subject was, « Christianity, the bosi; 6aou larism.and soruethiug more and better wan the best Secularism." He S0 ™^™ ,^,^' . ' khhI appearance, health and mental ability oi the Christians witb.thu«. of mflde saud ahoired the former to be vastly superior in all. He sS ^f the elevatitl g- tendency of Chris-S, and the demoralizing enact ot mfldehtv md showed that-OhtUHaua...

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

GnnAT USK* IU, /• JSD V4WJAB L.B DlBCOynBT DISCOVERY! HILTON'S Applicable to INSOLUBLE CEMENT the useful Is of more general practical utility Arts. thon " any invention now before the> public It has been thoroughly test, ed during the last two years by practical men, and pronounced by all to be SUPERIOR TO ANY Adhesive Preparation known. A new thing. Hilton' s iMsb.Ta'blc Cement Is a new thing, and the result of years , of study: its combination is on its Oombina- SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES, tion. and under no circumstances or change of temperature, will it become corrupt or emit any offensive smell. Boot and Shoe BOOT AND SHOE Manufac- Manufacturers using Machines will turers. find it the best article known for Cementing tha Channelas it works without delay, is not affected by any change of temperature. Jewelera. JJ5WBIJERS Will&nd *' sufficiently adhesive for their use, as has been proved. . ' Families. It Is Kspeclully Adapted to Leatncr, And we claim »s an especial m...

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

LIQUORS, .&G. IS. WATERMAN, ¦ * ' . The only Manufacturer of WATERMAN'S COCKTAIL and TONIC BITTERS. Sold Wholesale and Retail. No. HGfi MARKET Street, ftS-iro; . Philadelphia. B AY RUM.—Pure Bay ltum, imported direet fromM. Thomas, W. I., in bottle and for sale by GEORGE ALK1N' S, 1€ and 12 South Delaware Avenue. . ¦ ¦ ja30 SCOTCH WHISKEY In cases of oae dozen each, on consignment snd for sale by GEO. Al.KIN:*, 10 and -3 Soa-h Delaware avenue. EXTRA SPARKLING CHAMPAGNE CIDER, af wholesale. Grocers and shipper! invited to examine. P. J. JORDAN. 320 Pool street, below Third and Walnut streets. no4 F. DUNTON, ' - 149 South Front street, above Wa'ttft. Agency of CRUSOEand OAMPELLSHERRIES, ERNEST IRROY 4; CO.' S CHAMP AGNES, Golden Star Brand, Ay ' Grand Henstieax, BRANDIES. PORTS and MADEIRAS. anM SUTLERS aud SHIPPERS, ATTENTION^ CHAMPAGNE CIDER, warranted, now ln fine order for Shipping. For sale, wholesale only at 220 Pear st., below Third and Walnut sts. »Q4 rXl\(\ barrels ...

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

sss^ STOVES, HBATEES, &C. THOMAS S. D I X O N, Late Andrews * Dixon, No. 1324 CHESTa UT streetPhiladelphia-Opposite United States Mint,' •" . . . Manufacturers of LOWDOWN, " - " PARLOR, CHAMBER, OFFICE, AND OTHER GRATES, For Anthracite, Bituminous and Wood Firos •- - ..-' A1.B0, WARM AIR FURNACES, . ' iPor wanslng public r.nd private buildings. REGISTERS, VENTILATORS.. -¦' .'- ' ¦ - -Al-D ¦ . - ¦ • - _ CHIMNEY CAPS, > W)t>KING RANGES, BATH BOILERS. Ac WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ; myt

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

LOST, — : "— * LOST OR MISLAID-A CERTIFICATE Uf FIVE SHARKS OF THE STOCK of the LOGAN LAND ASSOCIATION isBued in the ¦naiue of Robert Buiit. Notice is hereby given that application has been made for the issue of a new certificate. _ _ „ „„„ __ jo13.3t* ROBERT BUIST. 3 LOST—A CEB-t IFICATE of 5 per Ceat. Loan of State of Pennsylvania, for ^5I« «• dated March ijjth, 1830, No. 754in name of WILLIAM MEREDITH. Also, a Certificate of 5 per Cent. Loan of Slate of Pennsylvania, for the earn of SiOO, ated June 30th18«No. 1453in name of ELI K. PRICE, Administrator of William Meredith, in Trust. Application has been made to the Auditor-General for a renewal of said Certificates. ELT K. PRICE lefl-Smfr . No 811 Arch street.

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

TOBACCO AND SEG-ABS. K ENTUCKY TOBACCO.-Dark heavy Kentucky Tobacco, suitable Tor shipping, in store and for tale by GEORGE ALKINS, 10 and 12 Sontb Delaware avenue jal6 PENNSYLVANIA SEED LEAF TOBAOOCX —114 Case* Pennsylvania- Seed Leaf Tobacco, Wrappers and Fillers, and Old Cavendish for sale by GEORGE ALKIN'B, 10 and 13 South Delaware Avenue. yi3S IRGIN1A MANUFACTURED .TOBACCO- ' THE FIRST ARRIVAL SINCE THE WAS BROKE OUT—Sfi boxes superior sw*et lumpi Just received from Norfolk " now landing from achooner Florence, and for sale by THOMAS WEXSTEB, JR., General Agent Union Steatnship.Coinpany, - - . 14 North Delaware rtbiu» _

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

ariHTARYAND NAVAL CLAIM AGENTS. PENSIONS, i V3- Promptly collected and BOdNTlES, procured by - . BACKPAY, BIGELOW, WYNKOOP * PRIZE MONEY, > CO. ' SUBSISTENCE No. 115 S. Seventh street, CLAIMS y Below Chestnut street, PASSPORTS. d<«l.3in« philailelphla. fcBORN'S PREP«tRU •TAVA_ CpFFEE.-Anolher invoice of this excellent Coffee, last received ar.d for sale by JOS. B. -BUj&iIiR* CO.Agents for Osborn, Nos. 103 and 110 South Wharves. - _ , . A Hbeial aUowanca to wholesale buyers.

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

UABFfeyriNGS, &c. * GARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, AND DRUGGETS, WILTON, , VELVET, BRUSSELS, I THREE PLY, \ OAEPKTINGS INGRAIN, 1 T VENETIAN, .1 / HALLaail • | STAIR, j Ail at the lo-reat oaeh -pnees, tor sale by K. L. KNIiiHT * SOR, taai* *W7 Chestnut sfrsal.

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

MARTIN LEANS, NO. 403 OHESTNOT Street. ' First Premium awarded by Franklin Institute to MARTIH LEANS, Manufacturer ot MASONIC MARKS, PINS, EMBLEMS*0. New and original designs of Masonic Marks and Timplars" Medals, Army Medals and Corps Badges of every description de3-3mo j

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

ifi^fcg/ - CARRIAG E Ma.KEUS, ' ¦ - ~ W&&Z- J. LEITENBERGER k SON ^~^ " 607 EZNE STREET. ; . 1. 3,-

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

TBAVELIN . G GUIDE. ISECWHaeSCJ 1864. ARRANGEMENTS OF «gfliP^ »g3 NKW YORK LINES. 1864. The Gamdenaud Amboy and Philadelphia and Trenton Railroad Companies' Lines from Philadelphia to New York and Way Places. FROM WALNUT STREET WHARF, Will leave as followsviz: VABS. At 6 A. M., via Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Accommodation, ,-r. $2 25 At 8 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, Morning Express 3 68 At S A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, 2d Class Ticket 2 25 At 12 M., via Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Accommodation 2 25 At 2 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, O. and A. Express 3 Bt At 1 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation (Freigh^ an d Passenger)... 1 76 At 6P.M. via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation (Freight and Passenger), 1st Class Ticket 2 25 2d Class do. 159 At7^ P. M., via Camden and Amboy Ao- - commodation (Freight and Passenger's) 1st ClassTicket. 2 25 2d Clas do w 1 59 For Maueh Chunk, Allentown, Bethlehem, Belvidere, Easton, LambertyiHe. Flemington, fcc, at3P. M. For Mount ...

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

TRAVELING gPIDE. , V5SZ ssmeoKamS* READING RAILROAD. «$l|siSP«lll2S GREAT TRUNK LINK FROM'TklLADELPHIA TO THE INTERIOR OF PENNSYLVANIA, THE SCHUYLKILL, SUSQUEHANNA; CUMEERLAND AND WYOMING YAI»- LEYS, 'THS WORTH, NORTHWEST AND THE CANABAS . -' ¦ PASSENGER TRAINS Leave the Company's Depot, THTRTEENT and OALLOWHILL streets, Philadelphia, atthe "olio-wing hours: , MORHING MAIL At 8.15 A. M., for Reading, Lebanon, Harrisburg, PottsvHleTPinegrove, Tamaqna, Sunbnry, WUliamsportElmira, Roehester, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Allentown, Wilkesbarre, Pittston, York, Carlisle, Chambersburg, Hagerstown, kc, 4c. This train connects at READING with the East Pennsylvania Railroad trains for Allentown, &c., and with the Lebanon Valley train for Harrisburg, &c; at PORT CLINTON with Cat&wlssa Railroad trains for Wilkesbarre, Williamspo. % Loch Haven, Elmirakc; at HARRISBURG with Northern Central, Cumberland Valley, and SchuylMll and Susquehanna trains, for Northumberland, WUl...

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

MEDIOAli. LYON'S PERIODICAL nave stood the test of 25 years' experience. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS receive the encomiums of ail who use them. ITo lady should be withoutthem. We have letters almost every day from ladles of the highest respectability, telling ns they would not be without the French Periodical Drops for anything. Could w» publish the letters we have received, they would convince the most incredulous. We have now u mind an Instance of a lady who had been irregular until her constitution was aearly broken down. Her physicians told her she had the Consumption. r.-vnwK TMsnTrmTfiAr. arhph LWm PERIODICAL DROPS NEVER FAIIi TO CURE THE BUFFEBINOI LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS ire a apeofflo lor all female diffleuitlea LYON' 8 PERIODICAL DROPS aM wonderfully adapted to obstinate caiea. IiYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS ire not pleasant to take, but powerful In their rations. LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS never harm any one if they follow ths directions. LYON'S PERIODICAL VBOP8, a case* of pa...

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

; PROPOSALS. . : - .; P^T^T =A ^JF Sa TIMBER AND MATERIALS FOR THE NAVY. t- -. ^- ' -N-avr Department, BTJSEATJOP COSSTnoOTION aud Rbpaib. SEALED PROPOSALS to fJ Q rn?shSter*ln d materials lor the Navy for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1864, will be received at the Bureau of Construction and Repair, until 10 o'clock ofthe £2d oi February neit, at which time the opening will be commenced Propof als must be indorsed • 'Proposals for Timber and Mate-rials for the Navy, '' that they may be distinguished from other business, letters, and directed to the Chief oi the Bureau of Construction aud Repair. ¦ . • ¦ The materials and articles embraced in the classes named are particularly described in the printed schedule^; any of which wil l be furnished to such as desire to offer, fin application to the commandants ofthe respective \ards, or to the navy agent nearest thereto, and those' of all the yards upon application to the Bureau This division into classes being for the convenience...

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