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

ENTERPRISE MILLS, ATWOOD, RALSTON & C0,4 MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESAM DEALERS IN CABPETINGS, Oil Cloths, Matting's, «£c.} Ac. Warehouse, 619 Chestnut Street AND 6le Jayns Street febl-Sm

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

1864. SPRING 1864 GLEN ECHO MILLS, GERMANTOWN, PA. M'CALLUM & CO. Manufacturers. Importers aad Whole sale Sealers IN CARPETINGrS, OIL CLOTHS, &o. Warehouse, 509 Chestnut st, Opposite Indepcndesce Hall.

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

I lOSA CHESTNUT ST. I & M. NEEDLES * jjj Offers at Low Prices a large assortment of £ B LAOE GOODS, K 3° EMBROIDERIES, ' B |j HANDKERCHIEFS, g Z VEILS AHD WHITE OOODS. i< U CD Jy ? Suited to the season, and ofthe lateststyles. w S A large variety of \ JE S UNDERSLEEVES, *j j Qf the most recent designs, and other 0» jj goods suitable for party purposes. : JO O ¦ !r* |H XOS4, CHESTNUT ST.

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

GREEN CORN AND TOMATOES Hermetically Sealed by FITHIAN * POGTJE, ffl New Jersey, are superior to all others. Thati large and varied stock of Fresh * Fruits, Vegetables, Jellies J SauceB; Meats, Soups, etc., - In cans,- is offered te the trade at the Lowest Mac ket Prices, by their Sole Agents, ARCHER & REEVES, WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 45 NortR Water St-, and No. 4,( North Delaware avenue, ue-u

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

Wenderotll &> Taylor, PHOTOGRAPHERS AND IVOSTTYPiafB, 912, 914 and 916 Chestnut street Davite attention to their improved stylei of Imp* rial and extra Imperial Photograph*, presentini the iinlsh of retouched pictures at the cost ef plain Every Btyle of picture furnished from the Oort de Vizite to the highly finished Ivorytype and Ol Portrait, with satisfaction guaranteed. tST Particular attention given to copying Oil Pictures. tr. Fine assortment of ALBUMS constantly oi hand. : .. no2S-3m$

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

SMITH & JACOBS. 1226 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia! Money Refunded if not Satlafkctory 1 FINE SHIRTS Made oi New TorK MiU» Muslins. V«T Fin* Irish Linen Bosoms, only J3—usual jwlca «3 75. WllllamsvUle Muslin SS 75, usual price »3 SO. T«ry reajoaaoiedeaiioaoft t« wueiml* tratf*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

CITY BUELETOr. STATE OF THE THERMOMETER THIS DAT Al TEE BULLETIN OFFIUE. 8A. M.,36 '.....:..1BM ,37°.......lj{ P. M...390 Minimum Temperature durine last si hourf, 29' Weather clondv—Wind Northwest. ASH XTAl MEEI1K0 OE THE PEHUSTiVAiriA KA1XE0AD COMPANY. The annual meeting of the stockholders ofthe ' Penrii-yjiania Railroad Company was held -in ' Sansom Street Hall this ^morning.. There was a ; large atter dance oi the stockholders.. The meetii-g.was called to orderby A. J. Derby- ; thire, Esq., upon whose motion Hon. Alexander ; Henry, Mayor of the city, was c->lltd to the chair. | ' - ECmnnd Smith, ' - Esq., Secretary of the Comipany, was appointed Secretary The first busi-¦ ness in order*Vas the reading of the annual report ! of the BoaraTof Directors. The following is an ab- • istract; THE AMHUAI. BEPOKT.'.". Tho report, which is very full, sets forth that during the year 1863 tho earnings between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh w«re, from—Passengers, First class, S2,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

- _,iTH*j «<31ERCHANTS AND BiNKTTl^EKS" iCOMMlTTEE OF THK SI3CTH WARD BOUNTY FOND, aeknowledge tbe-receipt of the. following additioaaltsnbscriptioae: fD C. A- CLARKE, Chairman, iW. H. BARNES, Treasurer, Committee < 30HN HAUROLD,- , : . ' - " ' [jiM-ES J, SWOf ER. " ' " ' ¦ ¦ ' - Hiegel, Wiesb Jc Ervrm . - ., * 10 00 ¦ Wro. H. Barnes 5U 00 Henry J. Davis. ...••:-••-- ....'-... o w Chris. Weldy. (additional) 5 UO JJollor, Bains i Mellor 5 ot) McItar.iel&Fort.. ;.......... a [" Bowe&Enston •••• t "} ¦George D. B. Keim. " 00 aushiKurtz o UJ Obarles H. Smith ...;.... . ....... • o uu LautertySteinam At Co 5 uo X. Herbert = - -° J» C O- DitirKh & Co 9 «• "Wvatt * Heuling ladditional) 10 00 H C. Bond do 5 00 T. C. Pollock do 5 00 jttaj MacGinness do , 5 00* A. Mac-Altioner do. o 00 ¦ Cash • ;••• \ °" 3. K. Nokes 5 t*0 E. W. Davidson a 00 J. C. Craven.._ • •> °p Smick&Furev 5 "° JohnG. Connelly... . -,. ¦ •> » John «. Shriver -5...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

THE WAR IN TIEGINIA. FROM THE ABM Y OF THE POTOMAC. [Correspondenceof theN. Y. Herald.] ... Abjiy or the Potomac, Feb. 15, 1864.—An" outrageous bushwhacking affair occurred yesterday near Brentsville. A party residing near that Place applied to ljeutenant Schutt, Provost Mar- - Bhal at Bristoefor some " favor. The case was re- ' lerred to General Patrick, who told hi* lieutenant to obtain an escort from General Crawford, go and investigate the character of tbe applicant, and. if lound to be a. proper person grant tbe prayer. ; A ccoi din gly. several of General Crawford* s staff" haviDg joined Lieutenant Schutt, tbe whole party, accompanies by an escort cf cavalry, started for; ;Brentsville, about noon.. Three men were sent ia advance to reconnoitre tbe town" . One soon re-* turned with information that the enemy wisia sight. The whole party then put spurs to" their - horses and' charged.through the town, receiving: a lathtr harmless volley as they crossed the bridge at the fa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

iv=^ A CARD.—We desire to tender our thanks (J3 1o these friends -who so kindly assisted in (AtiiifcUjsuinEthe fire which occurred at our factoiy on Saturday evening. lOthinst. ' , . To rhe Fpririg Garden Fire Company, who, by lhtrir prom^i and well directed effort prevented the destruction of the btuiclings .-without the slightest damage to stock, we are under special obligations. -.' .. ¦¦ ¦ FITZGERALD & STOCK, Union Malleable Iron Works, 1l¥ . Nineteenth, and Willow streets. , *-== "THIRTEENTH -WARD.—CITIZENS, LL3 AROUSE!—One mere effort will avoid toe draft and furnish to the Government our quota of nien. All who desire, to make a subscription will please leave it with the following gentlemen of the committee: - . Alderman FLANKINGTON, No. 529 Franklin street KELSON J. NICKERFONV 419 Seventh street. GEO. EOCElNBriBGK, i03 CallowhiH street. .'OB. a BhOWK, 821 Spring Garden street. Col. ROfiT.-Gn MARSH, Gi6 Frasklm street. JOB NATHAN BULLOCK, 803 North Seventh street. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

i £ ia not ; . AMTTSE . MJBHTS. . . _ gsiuiab upssa'.—jesienu<,.Dy >ponr. a jamous opera in Germany!and is wholly unknown in this country, except to ,a few connoisseurs who own the score as; part of a musical-library. For this reason' it tailed to attract a> large audience at tbe Academy of Musie last evening, when it was played lor tbe first lime in America.- .That it is a leaimd,; well-written opera, no one can deny. Tbeie are also many graceful melodies, and trie concerted pieces are well-conceived. Tbe lustra min 'iation isalsoworlhy of a great master. Bnt </<sjienile; is, alter all, aratner uoiuteresting opera, &nd it was voted • 'heavy'' even by many who adroilttd its nun.erous excellvricies. Mmo. Jonaunsen, Mme. Frederici, Himmer, Steinecke, Her. mants and Scheele deserve credit for the careful and correct manner in which they went through tbtir part*. " Doubtless Jt seiidu would please better en a second bearing, but it would ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

THE SENATOEIAL IIECTIOff 117 TEB IS. DIAHA DI8TKICT. Dr. Thomas fct. uiair has been regularly nominated for the vacancy in the Senate by conferees from Indiana and Armstrong counties, who met at Elderton, Indiana connty, on Wednesday. The followingaie the official proceeding*: A meeting of the Senatorial Conferees from Indiana and Armstrong" counties", met at Elderton, on Wednesday, 16th or February ism, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for State Somale,'to be voted for at tfceSeecial Election to be held on Friday, 18th instant. The following conferees appeared from Indiana connty: Hou. Peter Smton. T. B. Allison, and John Lowrey, Esq. From Armstrong coanty: George Bovard, E. Butlington. On motion Hon. Peter Sutton was' appointed Chairman, and E. Bnflington, Secretary. On motion Dr. T. H Allison was substituted in place of W, F. Rum' beTger.' ' -•• ¦ ' . -- ' On motion, the following persons were nominated: Dr. T. H. Allison nominated D. Pheips, Ecq ; T. B. Ailisen no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

uie juittuiki £ vi\iov , L1FEIHSTTEANCE. neejuiniitnupu ip jn.e|?ur fonriectfeut Mutual Xife Insurance Company, published in another column, showing as it dees vmexsinpled progress and "prosperity in a business :whic ' b, * from its vast-importance, is now attracting nsiversal attention. , It will be observed thu the inct me - of tbe Company lor the year 1S<S3 ami nnted to the vast suia of upwards of one and ihra-qnirlir mflKeiis cf tltUan, while the losses during the same period reached only tho sum of 8420690, leaving a balance of receipts above its losses on a single year's business of 31,333,516 231 This tkjnpany being purely Mutual, all the profits go to tbe insured, Svhicb. tor 18 years has reduced tbe cost annually to one-half the table rates, and by its peculiar mede of d^ingbUEiuess, i e;,allowing its membe'S to dromea the Companyfor.ane-half theemottnt efpnutittm, ' in anticipation*f th*annual dicidcrid, furnishes at once double the amount or iasurttnte, for o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

ffV-==» PE^NSYL "VAN¦IA HORTICULTURAL 1(3 SOCIETY, Southwest coiner BROAD and WaLNUT streets.-^-S tated meeting THIS EVEN-3NG, at 8 o' clock. ttj n<==. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE Kl BOUHTY FUND OF THE NINTH "WARD, Continued. . .. . - .-' •¦ .-•': : .- mntntbiciict. - ¦W. ' HI. " William- - - Wm-.C, Morgan,. 20-03 son, M. D., - S20 CO Cyrus Home, 15 0U •Gcqrge P. Binder, 10 on Caleb H: Heme, 15 00 David Paul Brown, 10 Ot «: D. Wilson, 5 00 "W. L. Clark, 5 Ot. Jas. Casey, 5 00 Miss;Lewls, ' 2 W Oasb, - .... .. .^, 00 Cash/- --^:' ' 100 l ash, :. . -5 00 Ctsb, 2 Ut John R- Thomson, 5 00 James S.Hennessy, 25 tiO John Kent, 2 00 <3eo. 'P. Lrmghead. BO OOJCasbV - ^ j-A im lasts of remaining precincts will be pnblisned as soonasreceived. The quota of the . Ward Is fast beirigfilledr , -;'- . ' - ^ • .., " Additional subscriptions are, however, needed. The Treasurer. -WM. - STRUTHERS. E=qr. No. 10-» MARKET str' jBt is prepared to receive funds. DANIEl. STEINMETZ.-. Chair...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

EYEM^G BULL ETIN -:liiCOfc'CHiMBEBS fe W.f ¦ 112 BOUTH TBIEI) STEEE1, ,: r£; ^PHILADELPHIA: TSRSSS OF SUBSCRIPTION.' TSW BUUirTnt Is served to Subscribers In the elty at 19 cents per week, payable to the carriers, orfg *»9*7annnnt- ¦> : ¦ . ¦. -; JtAT«B OP ADVBBTItoaia. HBliB««tre, ltKxe.S 2511 Square, 2 weeks..$3 25 1 Square, 1 tims..... 50)1 Square, 1 month.. 5 66 IBanare. S tlmea,... 75(1 Square, 2 months. B 08 I-SoiuOTiKStlmesi.i.l 60 1 Square, 3months.ll on J Square. 1 week.... J 7511 Square, 6 months.26 65 Ste-BttW~xon*aWte "one square; three liner ot tessbaifasqaare.. - ..- . - ¦ „-iiM-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

COUBTS.g: ": ;: ¦>';:tfriv? !^; .^ SresIrJmVif S^'b^^^WaSJf^pP Lutb?r^ ITongregiitioit. "in and r ieaxtne«<Jl^V Philadelphia, in the State o^Penneyl. t»Hni4V-Tb>: «'harl«-s Moore. An action to recoverrenf. vf verdict/or plainlifffcr 5*51? 50 -- • ' •; -tv-Tfc-i ,. ?*' ¦ Levi W. Groffvs. l>\vis BittiriR. An. action ona book account. - Terdict for plaintiff ibr S310 0?.; , Themi-s W. Baker. tradirig,r &is., vs Nathan Root- An action onabook aecount.1 Terdict for plaintifffor-SIDO SO."- •-¦ auAtiTXKSrssioKs-^rndgel.udlow. —ThefJourt is still eneaged with petty cases of assault and battery and lareivv. ' ¦'¦• -, , Distkiot Cot'ST—Judge ' Stroud.-I>.o _ cases were ready for trial and the court adjoarnea ^ - ^ . t Nisi PmbS-Chler Justice Woed^art.~WlK Ham* vs. Streeper. An action to recover images lor tbenon-coinpliance.with a con«act 0 *£»}v i Sfri'KMK noriiiT— Tu«t ces Tbompsoni Strong. Re8 "^^Tew. ^8«r.r moat-wm «g»- ment, • —

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

in vi tue xriiunwriies "fhom WASHnrexpir. - e eorresponueui. * .- *uj follows: ' ¦ The correspondence between the authorities of the United States and tbe rebel authorities on the exchange of piisoners, Ac., submitted to the Senate has Just been published. We copy the letter or General Bntler,-deflning the position of the Government andbimseli: x Hkadquarteks DsrAETjiKSTor VinoistA a»" North % ArloLtBA—Foutkess Moxbojs J3ii; j'> Wt4—Sir: Your note addressed to Maior-ijen. Hitchcock, in relation to tbe appointment, »J^™ Government of the United: Swtes; of a C°»*MV sion of Fxchangeis returned. J%1^£2£~ ment claims and exercises tlw«power of "PP^^". Its own eg. nt* torepresent its interests"rreiv lveof any itipposed sanction by the Confederal 1 a, No °?S: of deilaration.of^^by^ authorities oiriny bfilc^r o^^' mLtrel a^ted States can be admitted, or for a moment ren a.rdea S36Go yernment of tn» United States . -as it ceri^Hifi^i!n< : t •* °y lhe Persons upon whom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

DIED. SWAYNE-On the 8.'h of October, 1RG3at Placerville, Boise Mines, Idaho Territory, Albinus E. Swayne, formerly of Philadelphia. * WHITEHOUSE—On Saturday evening, Feb. 13ih, while on a. visit to a friend at Rochester, N. Y. , of typhoid fever, Harriet E., wife of Bishop AVhitehonse, of Illinois, ind daughter of the late Mattlnas Bruen, ol this city. The fnneral will be solemnized at St. Lukeis church, Rochester. The remains will be brought for interment in the family vault, Canton avenue, Brooklyn. MASONIG NOTICE. — The members of Keystone Lodge, No. 271 A. Y. M.- and the Older m general, .are requested to meet at the Masonic Hall, Chestnut street, on Wednesday, 17th inst., at 2 o'clock, P. M-, to attend the funeral ot Bro> therJOHN R. CALDWELL. ™ WM. P. ATKINSON, Sec'y.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

PEB?0HA1.- _V Mr. George K. Seymour, of New Torki died on Sunday, of apoplexy. On the previous Frijay be bad lost, from dipbu ma, an'riiant daughter, and both were buried this morning. , Mt. Seymour was an admirable trarr singer, and was the leader of tbe choir in the Tabernacle Chareh. Senator Hicks, of Maryland, ' is " reported to b» very ill of typhoid feverat Washington. Fear, are entertained that he will not recover. ' The Washington Cftrenic'e, of yesterday, says: In the Hall of the Horise of Representatives yesterday morning, Rev. Mr.«Furnej»« of Philadelr pbia, delivtred an able and eloquent discourse upon the visible providence orGod in human affairs, a* particularly exj«iplij«d '" JM;HS££ rebellion. The doer and gal ^"i^ft? .0 ^^ were crowd.d. and some twelve bnndred . .persons were in attendance. _ .--..-. ¦¦ -j.-.'j:.-,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 16 February 1864

; GOVEBSMENT DABKACK3 AT ClIBSIER It IS ncderstood that the commodious buildings near CIies.ter,, which for some months have been used J or-Arniy Hospital purposes ^ will now be converted into barracks for the temporary reception of the re-enlisted Pennsylvania regim ' ents, pri6r to their departure for the field.

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