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

IV CRYTYPES LIKE THOSE HADE BY B F. ItEIMER, cannot fail to. please the most critical; iof'neu, exquisite cotormg, and Lile-Uke exxcesalon characterixe thuru CH ARCH street. •¦QAYEALI-"—SPR'NGOAVDLESTIOKS, O which keep the candle alvr&ya at the top, and prefvent It lrom dropping im the carpet, together with the nsnsl Brass and Tin CandlKticks, are for majo at TRUMAN * SHAW'S, Ko. S3S {El«ht Tatrty-nvoi Market ttraet, fcelow Ninth: EEIMEB'S CAHTES uE-VIalTE evince great care and skill in execution and finish; clear, distinct and acccraia. SECOND street, above G reen. is the place to get them- - ¦ - GEN IMNE FRENCH COtSKS KVIVES, and " variotiK size* or Kreadaud*Bntcher Knives.for sal«-atTRUMAN fc .SHiVV'SNo. S35 (EJlht Thlnv-fiv^i Market street, below Ninth. rilEE TEBY BEST STYLES OFPORCRAITS, J be-aiuse mast natural, are those Li&.slxe PHOTOGRAPHtS. 10 or»d In oil. brttf REIMER, at his Popular Gallery. 624 ARCH atreet. f ~ 1HEAP FUEL f\>ke of a quality suita...

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

THE FREEDMEN. Now that in these latter days we are putting to a practical test the declaration that we have made to sound throughout the world,, the first sentence in that great paper which yeirs ago gave our Independence-birth, that fe" all men are created equal," it behooves all thoughtful patriots gravely to consider how best the boon of freedom,, which through the wisdom of our chief magistrate has. been granted to some'four millions of people, can be made something more than an empty name. Years of degradation, toil and hardshi p have deprived the African race of their birthright of equality, and rendered them incapable of reaping the benefits of that freedom which has been thus suddenly bestowed. It is not enough to strike off the shackles oT the slave and say "go free." We must teach him bow to go free. He has been a chattel; he is now to be raised to the dignity of a responsible being. The care of providing for himself and 'his family devolves upon him for the rfirst t...

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

RICH LACES.—GEO. W. VOQEL, No. 1616 CHESTNCT Streetopened this morning, two ¦ esses New Goods, «ne. from Paris, the other from Brussels, containing Real BLACK ' LAOE PAJB.ASOLS, mounted In new and elesent stvles; also, Rf al PclutGate and Point Aopliqne L^ee Fans, beantlfol goods for Bridal Presents; also, Real Black Lace Fans in very superb moaatiusrs;' "Uucnesse" Collars, in rich variety, all of the proprr thapc, the saine exactly as sent to the Paris market, and very different from many in this market; Barie?, Capes. A enperb assortment of Real Black Lace Points, received diiectly from ihe manufactnrcr&in.Br'UsselSjtheeheapest and handsomest to be* lound anywhere; Lace Pocket Hatdlifs., new tiaes aud new styles; very lino vfils; all widths of Point Application Laces by theyaid, fresh new gwds just finished; White Point Lace Shawls, <!tc, ic. Parties requiring rich goods in Laces, reUalAe in style <m* o oliiw, will find this stock worthy or attention. The g...

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

mf , .-THE OLD-STOSY. The Copperhead press ihroughotii the country is holding the adeimistratioa at Washington responsible.for the detention-in Dixie of Union prisoners, because Genertl Butler is retained in his i plaee as eommander of the Ifcpartment of Virginia and. North Carolina, with power to manage the whole business of the exchange of prisoners. They urge no serious objection to General Butler upon the score of his unfitness for the post; but they base their principal objection Jo hi^n upon the ground that he is unpopular in, thfc South, and that the rebel Government hat? outlawed him ! Do these Copperhead orucles . stpptto reflect that the nation.is now engaged in a gigantic war for the very principu"-involved in this matter? Thank s to the meanness of Northern dough-, face' s in by-gone ,days,, the Southerners grew to consider thetnR f W^mas ^s0i the country, and they persuaded themselves into the conviction that there; was no difference between their slaves and Norther...

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

xiie in iiicsuiui/ocii iuuumu ANOTHER COAL Oil. FIRE. mi.. ;_ ciL. ' i_'i d«-»-j mu:i^,A *»«j! scene ^ , uuu, , Strawberry streets, yesterday -afternoon, constituted another warning against the storage of quantities of coal oil within the city limits. For several hours powerful and efficient steam fire engines were worked to their utmost capacity, and a powerful deluge of water was poured into the burning building, either to evaporate or to sinkinto the neighboring cellars, there to do about as much damage as would be ac. complished by fire itself. No conflagration is so obstinate and difficult to quell as that caused by the ignition of petroleum, and to add to the difficulties of the matter, the water thrown upon the burning oil becomes greasy and bad-smelling, and as it flows away into neighboring stores, it ruins almost every kind of goods with which it comes in contact.. Merely dirty water does not do so. much harm; but water mingled with petroleum is very destructive to a...

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

EYgglNG BULLETIN i TUESDAY , TEBRTJARY 16, 1864. ODT OS THE LIBBY. ' Volonel btreight, the famo"" —" ' i effected his own -<—v . ' "_ .^.aiaer, baa "»» .: j.. ¥ :-^r- ^Acnange for General joba morgan. He has escaped frpni Libh y. Prisoi iii; a manner almost precisely similar to that by which Morgan escaped from the Columbus Penitentiary. Over a hundred other of our officers escaped in the same way,but a good many have been recaptured. Colonel Streight, however, withv several others,reached the Union lines at Williamsburg, and will doubtless come t^ Washington immediately. He has had a long and trying captivity, and he did such bold ser-¦rice before he was taken, that he deserves every honor that ive can bestow on the heroes of the-war. There can be little doubt that the escaped prisoners were aided by persons in Richmond, and perhaps b y officers in the prison itself. Such an enter prise as digging a long tunnel through which to crawl to freedom .could hardl y be accomp...

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

WASHINGTON'S BIRTH-BAY. The twenty-second of February has been more generally and enthusiastically observed, in the loyal States, since the rebellion jjjegao, than it had been for half a century before. We are glad to sec that this year it w*3 be celebrated with great spirit in Philadelphia. The chief feature <of the celebration will be the parade ofthe mili tary, wnder Brigadier-General Ferry, commander of this post. In addition to our local miatary organizations, Colonel McLean's new regiment and a number of veteran regiments, now here recruiting, will join in the parade. There can be no question that this ¦ngll'ibe the most imposing 4W)4 interesting military display ever seen in Philadelphia.

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

C OUPONS OF 7 3-10 Treasury Notes due February 19.. ¦ .--•« :" . - " • Aprill. :- • W 5-20Bo:nds due-May I. Highest market rates paid by DREXEL & CO., 31South Third street. .; - ' . ¦:." : fall-lot} gsi HANDSOME GERMANTO WN RESIIjirrt DENOE for sale or rent—containing modern conveniences;, situation OHELTON Avenue.near Green Etreet, three minutes walk to the Railroad Depot: lot80by 160feet. Lowfor ca=h or mortgageand part cash. Apply toB. L. Lanirs. tTOtli, 251 West Logan Square. ¦ -.',- fel6.to,tb,Gt«; SUSPENSORIES. —Cavalry Offlcers and men will'find..£ rare'assOrtment of these maisr penTab eBandages at O. H. 'NEEDLES', corner fiTWELFTHnnd RACK. streets: ; A new awek otFrenchpatternsjnst rewived. te9-iotrp5

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

IABGE SALE OF SEAL ESTATE, GBOUND BKMTS. &zTO-M0SR0W. On the inside pages will be found full descriptions of the properti>-a to be sold by Mr. Freeman, to-morrow, at the Exchange; also, of those,in the sale 2d proximo. To-morrow's >ole incladesw^ft tevmrcd irrtcUemable ground rsntt, IIKk 1'auk, STOEE8, LWEtllKliS, &c »

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

Icon ' s Kathairon. Kathairon is from tbe Greek word"Kathro," or '«Kathauo," signifying'to cleanse, reiuvenate and restore. Thls*arilcle is whtt Itsname-ignifles. For preserving, restorine and beau if. ing ihe human hair it is toe most remarkable prepara- ; tlonin ifceworld. It is again owned ana put up by tbe original proprietor, and is now made wi<n t^e same csro, ekill and attenUon, which gave it a sale of over one million bottles per annum. It is a mestdelightful hair dres«ing. . It eiadicatesscurf and dandrnff. It ieepS f. ne J>«?d coo; and. Clean. It makes ihe hair rich, toft Bhd glossy. It prevents the hair from falling off and turning gray. It restores hair upon bald bea4s Anylndy or gentleman who. -nines a bean'ifnl bead of bairshould wo Lyon's Kathairon ' .11 is known and nsed throughonrthe civilized wor:d. Sold by all respectable dealers. — DBMA8 8, BAEgES & CO., Hew York. HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM. This is the most delightful and extraordinary article...

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

1864. 1864 NOVELTIES . . and ' . .. * -: ¦ ,. DESIRABLE STAPLES .: IN Silks, Shawls, and :JDress Ooods BLACK SILKS, all widths and qualities. COL'Dard FANCY SILKS, in great variety. RICH FOULARDS, in new co'oring: eaoice designs. BUFF, CriR, and HAVANA MOHAIRS and ALPACAS, ¦ '- ¦ ¦ ¦¦ BI*A< K ALPACAS and MOHAIRS, fine to snr perflnc. RICH BBOCHE GRENADINES and HEnsj..vis. 3.* and 6 4 DELAINES, black and colored. FRENCH PERCALES, Pr-I.VTS and Organdies. LINENS and WHI EGOO.S. Also,COTJRVOIPIER*S PARIS KID GLOVES. , To mi of which, together with onr u*uti assort-Tieu' ot DRY GOOliS, we invite attention. JAS, B. CAMPBELL & CO., :.No. 727 CHESTNUT ST. fell-fltj

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

Eicliaiige on England, Franee and ^CTmany, 7 S-10-—5-20 iioari srad Coupona, GEKTEPIOATES INDEBTEDNESS^ QTJAETERMASTER'B CHECKS AND VOUCHERS, American and Foreign Gold, . STOCKS A3H)I0ANS,: BOUGHT AND SOLD. ¦^"Orders b* Mall attended to. d3-iy

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

CLARKSON & CO, BARKERS, «Io. 121 SOUTH THIRD STREET, PHltaDELPHIA. •Government ^eewiiies of ail Issue? PURCHASED AND FOB SALE. Stocks, Bonds and €h>M* BOUaaT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Interact Allowed on Deposits. WCOLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE, fet-lm rpf

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

TUKMR & WAYNE, £ nccessors . tb W, D. GLENN, Tmiportere of Drugeiats' Articles, No. 26 IToutii Foartli Stieet, Offer for sale the following de6ir»ble goods : Lubin'B Toilet Powder, £ose and Violet. Coudray's Hfe Powder. - Coudrdy'sPoniade Dnpnytxen. Cbudrsy s Creme DnchetEe. Coudray' s Stick Pomades assorted colors. Finer'sStick Pomades. «• •« Society HvgieniqueToilatSoaps, assorted odors. Pap er Fayard. Mahogany Hand Mirrors, assorted sizes. Mahogany Hand Mirrors, in seta of 12. Tcoth Brushes in great variety. BalrFrukhes in great variety, » Nail Brushes Jn great variety. fel8-12t6

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

| J5ESSON & SOJS, 'Have commenced receiving itteir . SFBQTG AED SVKBXB. STOCK OF MOURNING CrOODS, Amd. have now in store: Blick ByianUnes, ; English Bombazines, *> Florentines. ! French Bombazines, - • Barege Herein!, Summer Bombazines. " Crape TMaretz, Chaiy, . . " Bareees, Moaoelines, ¦ • Kilk&.-paadlncf, Tami-es, Slack and »lact and White Fonlartc, .£«. MOURNING STORE, 1 No. f 18 Chestnut Street,

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

C1YIL AND MIUTAKY CL01H HOUSE. "WILLIAM T. SNODGBASS, TiS-Tiif ^ OW . TH< SECOND, and 33 STRA\Vf„ *;B „fJi Streets, is happv to state tlnti he h-ts I irt in an extensive stoek of CHOICE GOODS, such J--BInS V w' Blne Cloths, ' £* Doeskint, Sky-Blua <! oth<. 1 e«an9a ^", |l!1 reS ' Slcy-Blne Do.skins, |n '? .a?dC?oi{t ' sfS ' D^lHiul^vels3 ' TrPmm 11C Cl0thB > DarllllSe hKS "• k« ngE ' 3 " 4 and0 -* BlueF annel , Beaverteens, Scailet Cloths, Cords and Velveteens. Mazirinc-Blu^ Cloth ' -. ' .«_?c . adyisc onr lueuds to come early, as our pre - f IB 1 ° i " eaper tllaa'we can purchase now

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

fi FOR SALE. ' .fi The Three-Story Brick Swelling, No. 510 SOUTH TENTH STREET, Has THREE-STORY BACK BUILDINGS. MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. Lot 18 by 87 Feat. avOnly a small part of cash reqnired. : ter inqtiire on thepremises. ieis-tf>

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

TO VOLUNTEERS The Treasurer of tho Eighth Ward Bounty Fund, Will pay ALL Bccmits Credited ta this Ward, at 1214 Lccust Street Between the hour-! of 3# to 5o clock, P.M., dally till ltfc quota is filled. ' BENJ ETTING-, Chairman of Executive Commit'ee. PnilAD., Ffb. 10, 1601. foifl-3t$

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

FUKNITURE. Those about to purchase Furniture wonld do well (0 <all at the NEW STORE of ULBICH & WABD, No. 915 Arch Street, AEd examine their styles. fel8-lmj

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

SECOND EDITION BY TELEGRAPH. LATE NEWS FROM EAST TENNESSEE, Affairs Unchanged at Chattanooga and Knoxville. General fchfrman ' s Progress in Mississippi. U TERE&TING FROM NORTH CAROLINA. TQ-pAI'S WASHINGTON NEWS. proceedings in Congress and ler ^c: "; 7 .;y :; :gislature.. '.'.'•;;':_,:„ ^- ' :,. ' ' , ¦ ' .r: ' . ' ""' .- "'T ; " v; ¦;'¦ ' ¦: ' --;,: ,, liojS CHAlTAHdOGAv CisciNNATi, Sep. 16.—The Gazette's latest Chattanooga despatch, of the 12th inst., says rain has r beenfalling furiously for the past 24 hours. ", The situation ' of Johnson's rebel army was unchanged, ; : . ? General S hennan's progress • excites great consternation'among the rebels. * ' :¦ ¦ • Eightyrfour rebel deserters came in on Saturday. ¦• The trains run regularly on all the railroads. ¦ • ' •': - - . '' FROM KNOXyrLLE. ¦ CiKcnjNATi, February lb.—General Foster, passed through here yesterday. ' jGeneralsSchofield and Stoneiria*i arrived at Knoxville on the'9th inst.- The situation:.at Knox...

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