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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

EDWARD P. KELLY, JOHN KELLY, TAILOBS, 612 CHESTNUT ST. LATE THIBD STREET AB. WALNUT, Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of NEW and STAPLE GOODS, PATT1EN OVERCOATS AKD .-j Waim Sack and Bidi-iess Coats, FOR SALE AT ' . . ,, deduced Prices. TERMS OASH-Prices lower than any other Cu-t-mgr Tailors. CLOTHES SUPERIOR.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

COFFIN & M.TEMUS, ITO. 220 CHESTNUT STBEET, Offer by the package the following description of Goods ARMY BLUE CLOTHS AND; KERSEYS AND GREY FLANNELS. PRINTED AND FANCY SATINETS, IN GREAT, VARIETY. HEAVY TWEEDS AND COTTONADES. NhttKO KERSEYS,PLAIN AND TWILLED PRINTED CLOAKINGS AND SLEEVE LININGS. DOMET AND FANCY SHIRTING FLAN"KELS. V BLUE DRILLS, DENIMS, NANKEENS. CORS>ET JEANS AND CAMBRICS OF YARIOT"S MAKES. LAWNS— DUNNELL'S AND OTHERS. BLEACHED GOODS OF STANBARD MAKES, IN VARIOUS WIDTHS. BROWN SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS, IN GREAT VARIETY, kc. kc. ial?m±th tf

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

IRISH LINENS ASD' BRITISH GOODS, WM. McKEE & CO,, No. 240 CHESTNUT STREET, Have now in store a full assortment of 1-4 Ieish Lisbss in whole And half pieces, various makes. Also, BLorsE, Si'ASisn and Blat Lr-iB-iS, White asd Bkoh-» Hollands, Dkills, Ac ' ALSO, Br.tTiSH Goods, censisting of ITAI.IAS Cloths, 0<:l-i-.>s, Mohaiks, Cantos Cloths, Black Tabby Vi__vi-rs, various widths. Silk finish Black Patkst Veltets, Ac, ic [ja26tuthsO*

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

YARNS. On hand and constantly receiving ALL NOS. TWIST FROM 5 TO 20. and. FILLING Nos. 10 12 and 14, Suitable for Cottonades and Hosiery. In store at present a beautiful article of 14 TQ 16 TWIST, MANUFACTURERS will And it to their in. erest to grive me a call. Also on hand, and Agent for the sale of the UNION A, B and C JUTE GRAIN BAGS, tn quantities of from 100 to 10,000. PL T, WHITE, 242 H0&TH THIBD S?BipE9h jal5-lm§ Corner of NEW Street.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

BLINDS AND SHADES B. J. WILLIAMS, No. 16 NORTH SIXTH STREET, MANUFACTURER OF VENETIAN BLINDS AND WINDOW SHADES. BTThe Largest and Finest assortment In ths O-tjr at the Lowest Prices. -0-Repalring promptly attended to. - STStore Shades Lettered. _ ' sslt

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

IMPORTERS OF WINES AND LIQUORS. LAUMAN, SALLADE & CO., SCO. 128 SOUTH NINTH BTBEBT, bbtwkuh o-rasTatrr Ann walvvs, PHU-ADTBTiFHI fi Q. Iff. LAUMAN, A. VS.. SALLA-.B, J. D. BITTING. noll-3-norp

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

COUPONS-COUPONS WANTED. A HIGH PREMIUM PAID FOR ANY COUPONS DATED FEB. 19th, APRIL 1st, MAY 1st. SMITH & EANB0LPH, 16 SOUTH THIBD STREET. fe'l-lm.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

FANCY DRESS SILKS, 56.; FANCY DRESS SILKS, 62 1-2. FANCY DRESS SILKS, 75. FANCY DRESS SILKSj 87 1-2. : We have lota as above which, are arranged to •clOEe ont rapidly. CURWEN STODDAKT & BROTHEU, 450,452 and 451 NORTH SECOND STREET. f_2-3t$ Above Willow.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

New Fancy Cassimeres. ALFRED H. J loVE . COMMISSION MER CHANT, 212 CHESTNUT ST. Eial2-lm4

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

Ice Pitcheis, Castors and Plated ware, Ot every description REPAIRED and EEPLATED, AT JARDEN'S, S> W> corner Tenth and 'Base Sts. ja2.-3mj ¦ _ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

CITY BULLETIN. STATE OF THE Tfc EUDIOMETER THIS 35?AT AT -THE BULLETIN 0?I'IOE. S A. M.,40 * ': 12 EL. 53° 1)(P. M..- .^ Minimum Temperature during 1k«J24 noun, 85" "Weather clear— Wind Southwest. Swoed and FxA-a PbEsentatioi?*,—Yesterday afternoon, Company G, 183d Regiment P. V * . (Col. McLean's) had a stree! parade, under command of Capt. Joseph IS, Smith. The parade attracted much attention, from the soldierly bearing of the men, most of whom arte veterans. About half-past three o'clock the company arrived at Sansom Street Hall , where an excellent dinner was set out" by Mr. Isaiah Bryan, the well-known host o( '-'Our House," in Library street, to which the soldiers and a number of invited guests did ample justice. Previous to the dinner , a beautiful flag was presented to the company by Wm, Hunter, Esq., Chairman of a Committee of Coal Operators, who have made very liberal and patriotic exertions in raising volunteers. A beautiful sword was then presented to Captain Smith...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

BY TELEGRAPH. | Halifax, Feb. 5.—The steamship Arabia, Capt. Hockley, from Liverpool with dates to the 23d ult., and via Qu ' eenstown to the 24 th, arrived at 1. o'clock this morning. She has thirty-six passengers for Boston. Passed on ihe 23d the steamship Persia and ship Cousul bound East. The Arabia sailed at 6 o'clock this morning for Boston, where she will be due at noon tomorrow. The news in regard to politics is not important. The Paris Bourse was firm. Rentes GCf. 35c. The ship Copernicus, irom Baltimore, had arrived at Heligoland. The ship Alarm, from Akyab and Singapore, has been wrecked oil Preparis Reef. The crew were saved. « . LATER NEWS FROM ' EUROPE. ' ARRIVAL OF IHE ARABIA AT HALIFAX Programme of the Archduke Maximilian. The Latest Aspect of the Danish Trouble. THE LATEST. Paris, Jan. 29.—Before assuming the reins of the Mexican Government, Maximilian will await the return of the Mexican deputation, who oflered him the crown on the 3d of October, with the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

FORT 07 PHILADELPHIA. FEBaT/ABY "5 &&" Set Marine Bulletin c» -ix<h Page' . . AiUli Vlai THlfc I>AY. Brig Ttlariae (B?), Jarvis, 5 idays'from: NYork, in l»U:istto JE R.<zley &Co.> ; / - _ Schr Anna 11 Hayes, Roblna6n ^ 4 days from Baltimore, \vjth mdse to Captain. / Schr pat-ket . Palmer, I day/from Lcipslc, DeL with coin to Ja3 L Bewley St Op. SchT Telegraph, Morris, 1 day from Leipsic, DeK with corn to .Tas L Tte.vley &po. City Ice Eoat. Keily, from Bombay Hook. 5 hourf, havini towed thereto ship John 3pear^ fo Aspinwnll. when- sae ancboied at 4 P4I yesterday iucompar.y with ship Borodir.o. for San Pranciacn. Tom ed up schr Samtiel A Ai!p3et"a,of Hoston. fr,im New Yrrt,lfiadrd with afraic for tV"ashington,which was ashore near Cape Henlopen, and sprung aleak. <',LF.A.>1E1» THIS Urt j Brig Kste Stewart, Teague, Key V» est, E A Souder & Co. Brig ST Merrick. Noriien, Mat.".uz«. CapMn. . , Brig Abh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

MAKEIEB. DIED. ' BBOWN—Ou Thursday " morning, February 4, 1564, Bebby Norris, widow of the late William Brown.-'in the 6tth year of, ,'her age. * CURTIS— On Thursday morning, the 4th inst., Johu5H. Curtis. 8f in th^75ih year of his age. Bis relatives and irrends^the members of Metropolitan Lodge,- No. 150,. and of Brotherly Love Encampment, No. 38, I. O. of U. F-, are respectfully invited to attend his funeral from the residence of his son, John H. Curtis, Jr., No. 3-21 South Sixteenth street, on Monday, the 8th inst., at3o'clock, P. M ' ** McGIDL—On the 2d'instant,- Edmund Alien IUcGili, son,of Samuel and Kate JVfcG-ill, aged 4 years and 6 months. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited-to attend the funeral from the residence'of his parents, No. 1147 t?ot«h Seventh . street, ou Saturday morning, at i) o' clock. Interment at Odd Fellows' Cemetery. # OVERN—On the 4th instant, Samuel Baub.sou of John and Sarah I. ' Ovem,aged 3 years, 1 month . and 5^day...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

1 stated iry==- ELEVENTH WARD LEADS THE ;it3 COU'MN—AVOID THE DRAFT! — AVOID THE MAiT : —A meeting the Citize> s of the Ward will be held THIS (fc'riday) EVENING. 5th instant, a> ~% o'clock, in -the Hall N. E. Corner of SECOND and COATES Streets. Be vigilant! Another Imiftis coming. CONRAD B. ANDRESS, President. Atlest—CHAS. S. Austik, Sei-.Tetary. It; n^==- LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS T.O.THE lk5 BOUNTY" FUND OF THE NINTH WARD, Continued. EIGHTH PHECINCT. Samuel Eaugh, 52UI 00 James Sloan, S3 00 Moses Nathans, 50 On Mienael Cannon, 2 00 John W. Simes, 20 UO Henry Welsh, 2 00 Will.rCrawfbia, 20 00 Hush Duffy, 2 uO John Atkinson, 10 UIJ Joiti. Franklin, 2 00 S. O. Beaumont, 10 00 George James, 2 00 Tfathan P. Wood, 5 00 War. Lowe. 2 00 John Barnpff, 5 00 Thomas Babb, " 1 00 James Patton, 5 OOlHenry McGreely, 100 Henry, "~ 5 00 Peter Sch^mbs, 1 00 Jacob Alter, 5 00 Wm. Kelly, 5 00 Chas A. Weshoff, 5 00 .Tas. Maguire, 5 00 Daniel Lvnch. 5 00 James Twaddle, 5 00 Richard " ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

rrsrT FOURTH WARD.—AVOID THE Ilg . DRAFT !—A Mass Meeting of the Citizens of the Fourth Ward will be held-on FRIDAY EveningGth inst., at ODD FELLOW S HALL Tenth and Sonth streets. Every citizen of the Ward is requested to attend. Matters of importance will be laid before the meeting. By order of the Executive Committee. JOHN W. HICKS, President. Wil/LIAM Smith, " ) «. aries Bicuaiu) George, secretaries. . ¦YT==. A SPEClAL.MEETINGofthePHILAlUT DELPH1A COLLEGE OF PHARMACY will be held at their Hall, THIS EVENING, at "K o'clock, in relation to the death of our late fellow-member, I r. R. P. THOMAS. N CHARLES ELLIS, President. Edward Pabiiish,, Secretary. Phii.apei.phia, ad mo., 5, 1864. lt# rv-==> APPLICATION IN WRITING FOR lis tbe lease of the Grounds and Premises of the POINT BREPZE PARK ASSOCIATION, will close TO-MOBROW, (Saturday,) at the office of the Association, No. 114 South FOURTH street. S. KILPATRICK, fe4-2t§ - Secretary. rvr=» PENNSYLVANIA RELIEF " aSSOOIAUJjT ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

i aim ciciioneioleit ior tne ¦: WESTERN ITEMS. oenerajs nomas . front yesterday. .[ A negro who had snugly ensconced himself in a seat with several whitti ladies at the Louisville Theatre night before last, was very unceremoniously ejected by the Provost Guard, who confined .him over-night, and yesterday morning delivered him to the poVice. It is reported that a great many contraband negroes escape to Indiana almost nightly in small boats. The Contraband Commission are collecting large numbers daily, and they are forwarded at once to the Government railroad worts. ' • Major-Gerieral Grant will remain in our city several days before leaving for the front. Eig ht thousand deserters have been received withfe the lines of the Army of the,Cumberland since General Thomas took command. The Flag Ship Black Hawk of the Mississippi Squadron, with Eear-Admiral David D. Porter on board, arrived at New Albany yesterday morning from Mound City, at which place she has for some tfme past been...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

AMUSEMENTS. Thb Gbrmahia Ororbstra will give their regular public rehearsal at the Musical Fund Hall to-morrow afternoon, with the following programme: 1—Flambeau Dance Meyerbeer '2—Ana f 1 om Don Sebastian Donizetti 3—Waltz irom Faust c. Gounod <!—Vivace non troppo from Third ¦ Symphony Mendelssohn. 5—Overture—Lorelei w. V. Wallace 6—Duet from Tanhhanser B. Wagner 7—1st Finale from Dinorah Mey erbeer 8-jGalop—A Summer Night in Denmark. Lumbye SiGBoK Blitz. — SUnor Blitz continues his career otsfun, frolic, myeiery and philasophy at the Temple of Wonders, corner ot Tenth and .Chestnut streets. His audiei.ces derive much information from the skillful Signer, while they are entertained andamustd, audit would be difficult to spend an evening more pleasantly than under-his auspices. The Signor performs nightly, and ]upon every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon. I Benefit op Ltjcilxu Westsku.—At the Walnut this evening Miss Western will take her first benefit during the prese...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

i out nine PHILADELPHIA M&KKET8. riiioA^, x en. c,n.—jLiaereis ic^aercitroa Bark here and but little wanted. We quote No. Vat $37 ?! ton. • . There is a steady demand for Cloverse=?d and ^ farther-eajes of 20 - eushels were nande at $8 S0@9 ^ &£ its. Timothy is steady at $3 75. There is no fallii:5.oft in the demand for Flaxseed and farther sales of 2000 bushels are- reported at $3 25@3 30 ft bushel. ., • .-. -" ¦¦ Cotton is held very Srmly and further sales: of middlings were effected at- S4 cents. ', ^ • The Klour market continu-es dull and prices sap rather weak. There is very little shipping demand and the only, sales reported are 1200 barrels ' good Penns. extra at -5" 12>i@r 25 ^ barrel, ahd 300 barrels Western extra family at S7 SO. There is a limited home consumption inquiry within the range of yesterday's flgures. Sje Flour is not inquired after and pikes are nomiaftL Cora Meal is scarce. Theie is not much demand for Wheat and the only transacti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

wnies iouows FEOH WASHIKGTOJT. 1 ne J rtDuyc corresponueiu as : A gentleman connected with the Navy department stated to-day that a Government contractor has been tried recently at the; instance of Secretary "Welles , and sentenced to\ a year's imprisonment and a fine of $5,000. It' is said that this gentleman is engaged in business of considerable importance, which requires his personal attention daily,, and that the execution of the verdict will destroy his means/ of living as well as character. This should be a warning, to swindlers. / Some mouths ago we stated, on tlie authority of an officer attached to the United States steamer Tuscarora, now in European waters, that Mr. Laird was solicited to sell his rams to the British Government. The story has been repeated since, with the assertion that the proposition was refused. A naval officer, however, has received a letter from a European correspondent stating that the English Government and Mr. Laird differ only about the pri...

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