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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

SFECIAL NOTICES.. rysgs. GEO. WM. CURTIS. —ThisdisfihgBish'ed LLg speaker will lecture at MUSICAL FUND HALL, on FRIDAY EVEN ING next, Feo. 12, under the auspices of the PENN RELIEF ASSOCIATION, lor the benefit of sick aud wounded soldiers. Subject f'JVie Reign of Peace." - Tickets and secured seats can be had at Pugh's cor. SIXTHand >'HEsTNUT. fe6-6trp} nf~» IMPORTANT TO THE CITIZENS OF LkJ? THE THIRTEENTH WARD.—A Meeting 01 the citizens of the Thirteen th Ward will'be held at WASHINGTON HALL, Southwest corner of LIGBTH and SPRING GARDEN, on MONDAY EVENING, at7>£ o'clock, at which rimeihe Committee appointed by the citizens. to fite the Ward irom a'draft, will make their report. The following gentlemen-will address the meeting: Fx-Gov. POLLOCK, -DAVID PAUL BROWN, Esq., ; DANIFL DOUGHERTY, Esq., Col.GREGOBY, WM,; B. MANN, Esq.' feG-2t,rp» rvT=- L1M OtVlHE SUBSCRIPTIONS TO Uof the Bounty Funa of thK Ninth Ward. Continued.. ¦ Tflinn PitKoixoT. T R. Dawson, $2.1 00' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

¦]. . . HABSIED. FETHEESTONJ— HOCHE —December 30th, 1863, at St. iJoseph's Church, by the Rev. Father Barbelin, Samuel S. Fetherston to Miss Margaretta H. Roche, all of this city. * "WATERALI.—EKLIOTT—On the 4th instant. by the Rev. B. F. Price, William Waterall to Mary Anne1 , daughter of Frederick Elliott, all of this city. Ko cards. * t- DIED. CURTIS—On Thursday morning, the 4th inst., John H. Curtis, Sr., in the Tothyeax of his age. Bis relatives ahd friends, the members of MetrotoiitanLodge, No. 150, and of Hrotherly Love incampment, No. 38, I. O. of O. F., are respectfully invited to attend his fuueral from the residence ' of his son, JolmH. Curtis, Jr., No. 3-21 South Sixteenth street, on Monday, the Sth inst., ¦at 3o'clock, P. M. * PARRY—This morning, Gustavns A. Parry, aged 42 yenxs. Due notice will be given of the funeral. .-'.-. * RITTER — On the 6th instant, Charles L , youngest son of Jacob K. and Sarah A. Ritter, aged 6 years and 8 months. The relatives and fri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

EELIGIOUS NOTICES. " ' «¦=. THE HIDDEN LIFE—HEV. L. L. J^5 Bri g gs lectures on this-subject: to-morrow evening; Church, Locust,, east of Broad, j It* (v». REV. Die. COX, OF NEW YORK. BY UoE lJivine permission, will preach in the First Baptist Chnrch, To-Morrow, at W)£, and in the Evening at 7%. # rr-^ MISSIONARY SEBVICESTO-MORROW UJ5 (Sunday), 7th inst., at Green Street M. E. ( .Lurch. Preaching at 10 Jit o'clook, morning and 7% evening, by Rev. J. S. Porter, D. D., of New "i' urk. Afternoon meeting at3o'clock. Addresses *y Rev. J. Hyatt Smith and Dr. Porter. It* fY- ~=* THEREGUj-ARMONTHLY MEETING LkS for the Young, in the Chapel of the Fifth Baptist Church, corner Eighteenth and Spring Garden, To-morrow evening. February 7th, at 7% o'clock. In addition to the usual exercises, the interests of the American Sunday School Uriion will be presented by Maurice WUrtz, Secretary of Missions, and an address by one of the M'ssinnanes irom the West. A collection will be tuktn iu aid ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

EVOKING BULLETIN P1AC0C1, CHAMBERS ft CO., i PBOPKIBTORS, HI BOHTaTTHIED STREET, ._ : ' ; PHILADELPHIA : SSKMB OF SUBSCRIPTION.! The ButLSSra 1* served to Subscribers in the 6lty at ISoontt per week, payable to tie carriers, or SS 90 »ar annum. • SATBB OF ADVBBTIblirO. EallBaaai* 1 Um».« 2511 Square, 2 weeks..*3 25 IBauEiff, Itims 50|1 Square, 1 month.. 5 08 1 Square S ttsnss,... 75|1 Square, 2 months. 8 08 I Sauar*,'S times....1 6011 Square, 3 months. 11 on I Sana™, 1 *r*sk....l 75|l~Sqnare, 6 months^ SgJg Six lines! constitute one square; three'lines or tin hall a s^nare. - ' :,, „ '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

UPHOLSTEKY. Promptness, Purity of Materials, " Good Workmanship Low Charges. W. HENRY PATTEN, j^.18 1408 Chestnut street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

WIKTEB MOURNING GOODS. ' BESSON & SON, Moiuniiis Store, No. MS CHESTNUT street, have In stors a large stock of seasonable goods, j d3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

TflE WAJR FOK THE UKIOl . THE DEFEAT OErGENESAL EARLY, WtwYokk, Feb. 5—We have received the following special df-spatclies this evening. TNTiiBfiEL».i, eb-40 P. M:— alter six hours hard fightingColonel Mulligan drove General Tn-riv from Moorelleio, and then sharply engaged General Rcser on the South Fork. ~We have met mihTsiimai and brilliant.snccess. ijl ^-AD OTAKTERS IN THE FIELD, WEST VA-TFeb. Mh General Early has been compelled to rHreat ud thVsouth Fork of the South liranch, owards "SS Shenandoah Vai/ey, in consequence ot tha vieoXs wanner in whi.h he has been atUcked and Sirsued by General Keliey's forces ( Our combinations have proved successful m d»- featiugtbe enemy's designs. We Ha re taken a number of prisoners, and have recaptured many of those taken f<bm us. Our forces drove the enemy out of Petersburg. -,. The enemy have lost a large number of man by Hetertion. and deserters continue to come in. The oecnuation of the wires with military business Precludes ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

TKAV-rjiilNtx OUIDJi. fiS Lgd"->*«S3 1>M—PENNSYLVANIA egS?«^Jff^lg CENTRAL RAILROAD. = . PHILADELPHIA TO PITTSBURGH. 350 MILES DOUBLE TRACK 1 THE SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST. Trains leave the Depot at Eleventh and Market streets, as follows: MailTainat < 8.00 A. M. FastLine at 11.40 " Through Express "it ,....; 10.30P. M. Parksburg Traia at 1.00 " Harrisburg Accunmodaiion at 2.00 " Lancaster Train at. 4.00 " The ThroughExpi-issTrain runs daily—all the other trains daily except Sunday. FOR PITTSBURGH AND THE" WEST. The Mail Train, Fast. Line and Through Ex. press connect at Pittsburgh with through trains on all the diverging -roads from that point. North to the Lakes, West to the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, and Sonth and Southwest to all points accessible by railroad. INDIANA BRANCH RAILROAD. . The Through Express connects at Blairsville Intersection with a train on this Road for Blairsville, Indiana, <tc. EBENSBURG AND CRESSON BRANCH RAILROAD. The ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

TAMES DENNY OFFERS FOR SALE, New Spring Styles Vaiencias, • ' " " Alpacas, " " ««' Delaines, " " " Chintzes, and full assortment of all kinds of Dress Goods. Winter Goods at reduced prices. All makes ot Bleached and Unbleached Muslins at less than present wholesale prices—Williamsville, Wamsutta, New York Mill, Ac. Spring Cassimeres just received. A full one of Hosiery, very low—much less than they can now be purchased. JAMES DENNY'S; fel-6t} Southeast cor. Eleven th and Lombard. BRA IN PIPE—Montgomery; Terra Oo'.ta Works: i ' Price List for 1S&1. 2 inch pipe per 3 feet length 30 cents. 3 inch pipe per 3 feet length 36 cents. 4 inch pipe per 3 feet length 48 cents. 5 inch pipe per 3 feet length 60 cents. 6 inch pipe per 3 feet length 75 cents. We are prepared to furnish stone-ware drain pipeglazed inside and outside, from S to 15 inches in diameter, in large or small quantities, with all varieties of TrapsBendsand other connections. Liberal discount to the trade. m McOOLLI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

THE FENIAN BE0THEEH00D—EEPLY TO THE LATE EPISCOPAL ANATHEMA. The jj'eman urotneruood. had a meeting last evening, at the new hall ou Twelfth streetbelow Chestnut, to vindicate the organization from the charge of secrecy recently made by Bishop Wood The room was handsomely decorated with American and Irish insignia. , The flag of the Brotherhood was displayed above the rostrum, alongside a. handsome engraving of Washington. Around the wallB were displayed portraits of celebrated Irish patriots. The audience was large and a great many ladies were present. James O'Brien presided. Captain P. F. Walsh, late of the Army of the Potomac, who had been appointed to address the meeting upon the subject, was introduced by Mr. james Gibbons, who referred to Captain Walsh's galUntry -on' the battle-fields of the Union, and said that he was equally ready to sacrifice himself jn behalf of a country no less dear to all Irishmen. The Fenian Brotherhood had resolved, come weal orwoe, to'do its b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

THE PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE. OLOSB OS YESTEKDAY' 8 PR00BEPIHG3. HOUSE OF BEPKESEHTATIVES. The House proceeded to the consideration of the calendar of public bills. The following were considered and acted upon: Anactgi-ingihe Court of Common Pleas certain powers in equity proceedings. Passed finally, -j ; An act making the number of pupils attending public schools the basis for the distribution of appropriation for common school purposes. Parsed finally. '; bupplement to act relative to roads, highways and bridges, Passed finally. Supplement to act to amend and alter the fee bill, passed in 1831. Rejected in Committee of the Whole. : - An act extending the jurisdiction of the Orphans" Court. Rejected in Committee of the Whole. An act relating to certain duties between husband and wife. Postponed. An act extending the provisions of the Mechanics' lien law to steam engines, Ice., capable of removal from the ground. Rejected in Committee oi the Whole. • Mr. Smith (Philadelphia)" ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

COAL.— KUHN & HILLER, FAMILY.COAL OFFICE, No. 120 South FOURTH Street (Northwest corner Fourth and Library streets), Philadelphia. Coal selected from the best Mines for Family Use,-at the lowest market prices. »y prompt attention to Orders, and speedy Delivery. Also, Agents for PHILADELPHIA and BOSTON ICE. , Families, Hotels and Offices supplied at the lowest market prices. ' , ija29-lm, STLAOK' S DIPHTHERIA LOZENGES. — These Lozenges are a safe and speedy cure for Diphtheria, Coughs, Sore Throat, Hoarseness and Bronchial Affections generally. Try them. THOMAS ESTLaOKJr.Druggist, S. W. cor. 1 of Eiffhtepnth an-d lVIarkAt fttn:. 1>lilla *cQA.3m&

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

The average hay crop of the United States is 20,000,000 tons.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

GIRARD EIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, OFFICE, 415 WALNUT STEEET, PHILADELPHIA. CAPITAL 2j - $200,000. INCOME FOR 18(63 , FROM FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS, $9©,©18 82. LOSSES PAID, - - - ¦ -¦' - $29,127 92 And unpaid (one of 82200, and one of S£00, as re. ported, but not in time to be a' justed before January 1st, 1S64,) thus leaving nearly « 60 000 OO Income, over losses, out of which current expenses lave been paid; also, two Hividends, amounting to TWELVE PER OfcNT., declaredin FMAY AND NOVEMBER. The Capital of this Company is i nvested in First Class Bonds and Mortgages, United Slates Loans-, Citj of Philadelphia LoansCamden and Amboy Railroad, and other undoubted Securities including balance oi Cash in Philadelphia Bank, $10 146 87 i This Company has been doinr bnsiness for many years and ranks among tae safest in the country. $500,000 Has been disbursed by it, for the benefit of its patrons for TEN YEARS. NOCOMPANY Excels it in promptness and fairn...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

1864, 1864, COTTONSATBETAILv "We call the attention of Housekeepers to the / LARGiST STOCK OF COTTON GOODS ever offered at retail in this city. Having pnrchased largely of these goods at the COMPARATIVELY LOW. PBICES of la.-t month, we can extend to our customers su» perior inducements, not only in the'character tf our assortment, but IN PBICES. Amonrr our extensive line of Cottons, are to t& found the following popular makes of 4-4 Bleached Shirtings. Wamsutta, Williamsville, . - eroper Ideur, Attawaugan, Fockiand, Union, Sew Jersey, Phoenix, &c. ' IN Pillow Caie and Sheetings, We offer the following leading makes : 40 inch Fartalett, 6-4 Pepperill, . 4- -' inch Waltham, 10-4 Pepperill, stHaw, 10-4 Bates, 5-4 lioot w, extra heavy, *nd other makes; ALSO, <M, 10-4 and 11-4 UNBLEACHED SHEETING?.. Marseilles Counterpanes. We can turnish these goods in all sizes and qualities. We have several lots in LOW-PRICED G«'Oi S that are FaK BELOW PRESENT IMPOHATION PRICE...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

Will most posiiively be ready in a few days. THE EAK, Its Diseases and Their Treatment, . BY DE. VON MOSCHZISKER, v OCULIST AND AURIST. The work is handsomely Illustrated withJiTimer. ous Anatomical and Pathological Engravirigs. All the various causes of Deafness, and their appropriate treatment, are most accurately described. Illustrations of alllnstiuments necessary for ex amination of the Ear, and those employed in ta« Treatment. Accurate directions and advice how to guard against the direct causes which prodtjpe Deafness. A new method of treating certain cases of Deafness that have hlthert been considered incurable, Euch as partial or total des'ructionof the Tympanum, Drum of the Ear, Kervous Deafness, A very elaborate Glossary, with full explanations, is given at the end. The work will be invaluable to the Medical Profession ar d be read with profit and Interest by the public at large. The work will be in one handsome octavo volume, extra cloth, 35U pages. Pri .ce 82. MARTIN ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

CC^ PARTKEaSHIP, MR. BENJAMIN TBACMM IS THIS DAY ADMITTED A PARTNER IN OUR FIR& AND WILL CONTINUE THE MANUFACTURE AND SALE OF Gas Fixtures and Lamps, • UNDFR THE FIRM JSTA31E O? WARNER, MISKEY & MERRILL. MANUFACTORY, ITo. 402 BACESTBEET. i SALEROOMS, No. 718 CHESTNUT STEEET, and .No 579 BROADWAY, New York. PnitADEtPHlAi February 1, 18M.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

FURLOUGHS Officers and Soldiers, -visiting the City on Furlough, needing SWORDS And Other Military Equipment! Are inyited to the very extensive HANUFACTUBING; ESTABLISHMENT OF GEO. W. SIMONS &BR0,, SANS0M STREET SAIL, Sansoxn Street, ' above Sixtli. Presentation Swords Made to order at the shortest notice, .which for richness and magnificence challenge competition, no other house in the conntry combining ths MA. NUFACTUBINO ' JEWELER WITH THE PBACTIOAL SWORD MAKES. j2-to-feb7 .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

NEW MILLINERY BOUS^. P. A. HARDING & CO., BesT. ectfuily inform tne "mercantile community that they will open, FEBRUARY 10th, 1864, i AT No. 413 Arch street, A COMPLETE STOCK OF STKAW AND MILLINERY GOODS, Suited to Ue trade,andtrnit tha* prompt and careful attentl.n, moderation in prices, good assortment, together with their long experience in business, (having been lor the last seven years with the house of Lincoln, Wood «fc Nichols, and 'h-ir late successors. "Wood * Cary,) they may merit a share of the public patronage. «WOrders solicited by mail and promptly executed. j30-lm§

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

SPRING, 1864. SPRING 186& • IBMUND T?JARD & Co., . ©17 .CHBSaWtIT STREET, AND . , . 614 JAYNE STBESr, PHILADELPHIA. Have now m store t£eir / SPBING IMPOBTATION OF ; Silk and Fancy Dij Goads, CunsiJting of DEFSS GO DS of all kinds, Blackand Fancy (Silks, r Saun-s Gloves, . Mitts, " Bibbon ahd Dre s Trimmings. , £ ' ¦ " ' ¦ 'j ALSO, White Goods, ' Linens, Embroideries and Laces. A large and. handsome assortment of Fpring and Summer Shawls, i BALMORAL SKIRTS, OF ALL GBADES, j tv bich we offer to the trade at the lowest prices, ja30-3m9 "

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