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

UPH OLSTERY? Promptness, Purity of Materials,' Good "Workmanship Low Charges. W. HENRY PATTEN, jB13 - " ,V - 1403 Chestnut street ^

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

-VTEW SPRING MOURNING. GOODS daily JN opened by ^s( ^4 sOH_: .,; Mourning Store, No;. -fllS CHESTNUT street. N. B. Wholesale Roomsonsecpnd floor.

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

Sf » HOWAS1) HOSPITAL, NOS. 1516 AND riS28 LOMBARD Street. BISPENSARY partwKWT Medical treatment andmedl Mbm frmiianed graiaitously to the poor. aul3r-

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

¦: . > y 'x T|A7'EUK(j ' ' auiDR K57-C&iiSt-j-aa i=o 1 -P E « N S \ L V AN1A «8j«SS8S3!gg('ENTRAli RAILK<>AB. , plm-AirFfcr-Hia to Pittsburgh. 350 MILKS DOUBLE TvRAOfc.! V THE SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST. Trains leave tbe Depot at Eleventh and Market streets, as follows: ,.. ^ MailTainat . >•• . ——••—•]^° . -fl - ,?t - Fast Line at - ¦iu soVm ThronebExpress it •• • • - •• 'l S- *Jp • ,*- paxksbnrgTrain a. .. .....r .,...- . -.—j .J-2! .. HaSisonrg AccL.nmodation at... •• 2-30 «¦ ^b^» n " li"S. "^ T^" r^"d^r 4UItl» niher trains daily except Sunday. TOR PITTSBURGH AND THE WEST. . Tbe Tlail Train, Fast Line and Through Ex. press connect at Pittsburgh with through trains on all thediverging^roads.iromthat point, North to the Lakes, West to the Jlistissippi and Missouri Rivers, ard. South und Souib west to all " points accessible'by railroad. INDIANA BRAKeH-RAIIiKOAIh-":;:". - . Tbe Through Express connects at Blairsviilo Intersection with a train on...

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

THE WAR FOR THE UNION COBTIBHATIOK OF THE BEFOBTED ESCAPE OF VS10S OFFICEBS FEOH LIBBY FBIFortress Moiteoe, Feb 15. —I have received a telegram under date of February I4th, from Gen. Wifctarwhich states that Coionel Streigbt, with ene hundred and ten other Union officers, escaped from prison, at Richmond, by digging a tunnel. Colonel Streigbt, with seventeen others, have •cme in. Colonel Straight is safe. (Signed) BENJ. F. BUTLER. Major-General Commanding. THE ESCAPED BICHMOND PBISONEBS. Foktbebb Mokkoe, Feb. 15—The following is published in the Richmond Mxamintr of Monday, February 11: The lollowing is a list of the principal officers who escaped from Libby Prison, with their rank. Among them we regret to have to class the notoriens Straight: Col. J. F. Boyd, 20th Army Corps. Col. W. G. Ely, 16tb Conn. . Col. H. O. Bobart, 21st Wis. -, Col. P. Xendnck, 3d West Teiin. Cavalry. Col. W. B. McCreary, 2lst Mich. Col. Thos. E. Rose, 27th Pa. Col. J. R. Spofford, 97th N. Y. Cel. C...

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

SONG OF TH3 'TIHST OF ASKANSAS.",.. The foHowing song was written by Captain Tindlev Miller, of the 1st Arkansas . Colored Brciment. Cap tain Miller says-the »boys" fine "the song on dress parad^ with an effect «nkh can bardiybe described, and -he adds aat « while it is not very conservative, it will do to fight with." Captain Miller is a son ot S?« late.ex-Senator Miller, of New Jersey. O^. .1 we' re|'bulfy soldieisof de " Firstof Ark-We arffigMin - for de Union, we are fightin' for We can ' hit ' a rebel furder dan a white man eber As we go marching on. • - Glory, gloiy, hallelujah, Ac. - See dar! above de centre, where de flag is waviri' We arTgohV out of slavery; we, are bound for We mean ""show Jeff. Davis how de Africans can fight, " ,... ¦ --, As we go marching on. We hab done wid boein' cotton, we nab dona wid hoein' corn, yfe are colored Yankee soldiers now, as sure a3 you are born; When de Massas hear us yellin' dey'll tinkits Gakrhx' shorn, As we go marching on. Bey w i...

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

MEETING OF THE FBXENDS OF DICKTNS0S COLLEGE. A meeting of tbe fiiends of this institution wag held last eveningin the Union Methodist Episcopal Church, Fourth street, below Arch. Mr John Whiteman was appointed Chairman, and Dr. Murphy acted as Secretary. Rev. Mr. Patterson opened the meiting with prayer. ¦ Eer. Dr. Jofinson, of Dickinson College, then addressed tbe audience. . He stated that the principal objection to manywas tin distance the College was located, but this, when well considered, could not be looked on as a serious obj- ction. The importance of the education of the youth of the church was alluded to in urgent terms, and It was stated that nnless the Methodist Church looked alter her interests in this respect, tbe welfare ofthe sett would ' be impaired. He felt that the present was the proper time to raise tho funds necessary far its endowment- He stated that if the people of Philadelphia would contribute liberally in connection with those in other sections ofthe...

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

Death of A Diver.—Fells Giratid, a diver, was drowned at St. Louis, on /Wednesday, in the foHowing manner: Ho was-an experienced submarine operator, and had been employed during the last nine months by Captain Smith, of the Memphis Packet Company, and during that time had made a great number of descents. He made one more descent on Tuesday at tlie wreck of the Moderator; lecently sunk by the ice, for the purpose of getting a chain under that wreck. On Wednesday,about ten o'clock in the morning, he donned the usual suit of submarine armor, which eucompasses the entire body about, and descended on the outside of the vessel, in about twenty feet of water. Giraud remained underneath the surface of the river so long—some twenty minutes—that the attendants became first puzzled and then alarmed at the absence of all signals from below, and pulled him up. Giraud was dead. The head-piece of the armor was instantly taken off, and disclosed the face blackened, and blood issuing from the nose...

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

QOMETHING c ENTIRELY NEW. SOLDIERS' COMPANION, EVERY SMOKERS COMPANION. The "most complete present, a FatherMother, Brother, SlBter or Friend; can make, to their relative in tbe army. THE RIDGWOOD PIPE AND TOBACCO OASB The cheapest, most nsefnlcompact and convenient article ever manufactured. Call and lnspec them. ¦ R. & G. A. WRIGHT, Appointed sole Agenta, 6a4Chestnut street. Tbe trade supplied at the Company'i prices; full isoouut allowed . i«1T£* INDIA RUBBER MACHINE BELTING STEAM PACKINGHOSE, Ac. Engineers and dealers will.find a FULL ASSORTMENT OF GOODYEAR'S PATENT VULCANIZED RUBBER BELTING, PACKING, HOSE,-40., at.the Manufacturer 's Headauarters. ; . GOODYEAR'S . : .308 Chestnut streeV i South«o*ie. t NEW andtJHBAP ARTIOL1 d PAVEMENT HOSE, very cheap, to -which the attention of the public i> called. >vtf TITHE PHILADELPHIA RIDING SCHOOL, A. FOURTH street, above Vine, will re-open fo? SXL^* an d winter season on MONDAY, Sept. ^toh. Ladles and gentlemen...

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

TOBACCO AND SEGABS. KENTUCKY TOBACCO—Dark heavy Kentucky-Tobacco, suitable for.shipping. In store and for sale by GEOKUE ALKINS, 10 and 12 South Delaware avenue jaio PENNSYLVANIA SEED LEAF TOBACCO. —114 Oases Pennsylvania Seed Leaf Tobacco, Wrappers and Fillers, and Old Cavendish for sale by&EOEOE ALKJN'S, 10 and 12 South Delaware Avenue. ja29 IKGINIA MANUFACTURED TOBAUOOTHE FIRST ARRIVAL S.INCE THE WAB BROKE OUT—35 boxes superior sweet lumpt Just received from Norfolk,, now lauding from schooner Florence, and for sale by THOMAS WEBSTER, Jn., General Agent Union Steamship Company, 14 North neln.TjrH.rA avenue-

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

0ASPETIN<Jr8, fcC. C ARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, AND DRUGGETS, WILTON , 1 VELVET, I BRUSSELS, I TBOBEE PLY, } OABPSTINQS INGRAIN, •< ¦ VENETIAN, HALL and STAIR, | " Ail at tbe lowest cash prices, for sale by R. L. KNIGHT * SOW mare ; "QTOIumtnntitrMi'

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

A CONSTITUTIONAL ELECTION IN H. YORK. Albany, Feb. 15.—The Governor to-day signed tbe bill perfecting bis amendment to the Constitution, wbich enables soldiers to vote,andappeinting the sec nd Tuesday in. March for submitting tbe question lo the people. • 1— ' - -

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

FOK.SALE—30(1 Tons Key "West Stone, ex ship nr-nVS.w - England. For terms appry to PETEta WHIQHT * SONS 115 Walnnt Street 'K

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

1864, 1864. COTTONS AT RETAIL We call the attention of Housekeepers to the LAEGBST STOCK OF COTTON QO0DS ever offered at retail in this city. Having purchased largely of these goods at the COMPARATIVELY. LOW PRICES of last month, we can extend to onr customers superior inducements, not only In the character ol onr assortment, but IN PRICES. Among onr extensive line of Cottons, are to be 4 found the following popular maSes of 4-4 Bleached Bhirtisgi. Wamsntta, WlUlamaville, J-emp«-Idenr, Attawangan, EoAland, Union, Kew Jersey, Phoenix,*c. Pillow Case and Sheetings -, We offer " the following leading makes : 40inchBartaleu, «-4 PepperiU. 4i Inch Waltnam, 10-4 Pepperill, 54Bates, 10-t Bates, 5-4 Boot W, extra heavy, * nd other mokes; ALSO, 9-4,10-4 and 11-4 TJNB«,EAOHED SHEETINGS Marseille* Counterpane!. We can furnish these goods in all sizes and qualities. We have several lots in LOW-PRICED GOODS that are FdK BELOW PRB-vENT IMPORATION PRICE, and are also prepared tc furnish, in larg...

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

JAY COOKE & GO. Bankers and Dealers IN G0VEBJTMEJTT LOANS. 5-20 BONDS, 5 PER CENT. LEGAL TENDERS, 7- SO TREASURY NOTES. 1881 LOANS. ONE YEAR CERTIFICATES, Q.DARTERM4STERS' TOUCHERS, QUARTERMASTERS' CHECKS, CITY ANDSrATE STOCKS, BANK, RAILROAD, and * CANAL STOCKS AND BONDS. Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission. A fell supply ol all kind'? of GOYERNMENT SECURITIES, including the New Five Per Cent. (Legal Tender) TREASURY NOTES, aiwayson hand, - .:,..-Collections made and Deposits received. JAYG0GRI&C0. So. 114 South Third Street. ja26-lm{

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

CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW HAVEB- , COITff. BRANCH OFFICE IN THIS CITY, No. 409 Walnut JStiee'. CASE CAPITAL & ASSET?, $330,500 :;*MmEmwmMy^em.:-FHiiA-DELPniA, Feb ."nary 6tb, 18&1. ' A Cards We, the undersigned, take pbasurein recommending the CITl FIRE INSUKANCE COMPANY of New Haven, Connec*icut- toiheulJzens of V biladelphla, witn t e FULLassaraiice that ail transactions with tbis Company will be eminently satisfactory to the assured. E. O. Scraritcn, Pres.. Elm.-Oity Bank, New. Haven, Conn. ¦A. T. Lowe, Pres. Safety Fund Bank, Boston, Maes. ,... .; .-. . M.Day Kimball,Pres. &tla»Bank. Boston,Mass. James M. Beebe & Co.. BostonMass. Faulkner, Kimball S: Co.. Boston. Mass." Hoirer Bartlelt, Treas. Massachaeelts Milis. Low-ll, Mi'Ss. . William Dwight, Treas; Saco jdiUs, Saoo, Me George Bliss « Co , N . ew York t^ity. Wiliimantic Linen Co , New York City. L'.ngstreer, Bradford & Co s New York City. J. B. LippincottJcCo., Philadelphia....

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

SPRING , 1864. SPRING 1864. EDMUND YARD & Co., 617 CHESTNUT STREET, AND 614 JAYNE STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Have now in store their SPRING IMPORTATION OF Silk and Fancy Dry Goods, Consisting of DRTSSGOCDSof aU kinds, Black and Fancy Filks, Satins, Gloves, Mitts, Ribbon and Dre.s Trim* minga. B ALSO, White GoodsLinens, Embroideries and Laces. A large and handsome assortment of Spring and Summer Shawls, BALMORAL SKIRTS, OF ALL GRADES, "Which we offer to the trade at tbe lowest prices.' ja30-SmJ .. . ¦ .

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

aoij), SXIiVEK, ASCB \ BANE NOTES^ WANTED. DE HAVEN & BEO. 20 SOUTH THIRD ST,

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

EDWARD P. KELLY JOHN KELLY. TAILORS, 612 CHESTNUT ST. ¦ ' v LATE' ' : THIRD STREET AB. WALNUT, Keeps constantly en band a large assortmest Of NEW and STAPLE G OODS, PATTIEN OVERCOATS AKD Waim Sack and Business Coats. FOR SALE AT Reduced Prices. TERMS CASH—Prices lower than other Ons. tomerTailors. . TO LET—Up Stairs of£12 and 614 Chestnut st

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

& ISTo. 16 0> & ¦ ™~. ¦ - . v W SOUXH THIRD ST., ^ ^ .BANKERS & BROKERS, g SPECIE, STOCKS, Qnarterffiasreis' Vwehcis ' and Ch&eks AND ALL. 60VEENMEBT SECUBTTI^ T5 ITftHT ANDfSOLD ^ otJ

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