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

AU garments made from directionssent in accordance with these instructions will be guaranteed satisfactory. If not so, the money wffl be returned tor them. ; umottt' Uniforms Heady-madsalways em 'hand, or made to order In the best itnsmw and 0» ' the most -reasonable terms. Having »in«t»«^ many hundred Uniforms the past year for Stas; riald, and Line Officers, aa weU as farthsNaTy, «• are prepared to execute all orders in this Urns wiik correctness and despatch. The largest and most desirable stock ol RsadjM Made Clothing ln Philadelphia always on hand. THE PRICE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES ON ALL OF THE GOODS. Specimens of doth, or other mate-rials -with as- tlmates sent hy mall to any address when requested. __ CHARLES STOKES fc CO, ^ Ti^^™* W, J.STOKBS,

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

r^LACK SILKS. BESSdN & SON, M0UENING STOBE, No. 918 Chestnut Street, Have opened a If ew Stock of the1 best Makes of GLOSSY and DTTLL SHiZS, from $1 25 to $4 371-2 a <"" ¦ ¦¦ ¦ '

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

H.P. & 0. B.TAYLOB, Imporfera and Manufacturers of TOILET SOAPS AND PEBFUMERT , No. 64X No*tth Niatli Street 3>8-lm ^ ^ „,,,.»..,« .,»«-»r-»-i f>OLOGNA SAUSAGES OF StlPOEBipB 5 Quality, landine andfor sale by JObJEFH a. vssamfcOoSlioe «id uo Soi* Dettwar avenue. :*?"*;• -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

CITY BULLETIjr. Diaiii ur ini j.atJtjiiumxiir/ii inisjmax AT THE BULLETIN OFFICE. 9 A. M.,39°....„..12M., 49°.......1X P. M...48° Minimum Temperature during last Ui hour*, 32= Weather clear—Wind Southwest. PniiADELPHiA ajjd Eeie Railroad ' .—The annual meeting of the stockholders of this Com-) :<nj washekWhismbrningattheiroffice, No. 230 Walnutstrett. Henry Duhringj Esq., presided, ana Philip M. Price, Esq., acted as secretary. Cd. "Wm. C. Moorhead, President ol the Comj-any then read the Annual Beport ofthe Managers. The report states that tie Directors have been disappointed in tieir anticipations of having the road completed, owing to the great difficulty in procuring laborers, ana in inducing them to ren ain. At the eastern end ofthe road the track has reached the town of !-t. Mary's, and at the west-• rn end as far as Wilcox, leaving hut twenty-four miles cl track yet to be laid to connect tiese points, which will complete the entire line of road. 2S8 miles in leng...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

„*=, FOURTEENTH -WARD BOUNTY U^g FUND—At an Adjourned Meeting of the Citizens of the Fourteenth Ward, held at SPRING GAKDEN HALL, Feb. 6th, 1864, the following important re> olutions -were passed: ltesolvtd, That until SATURDAY EVENING next. Feb. 13th, certificates guaranteeingexemption frem the draft (or money returned) be issued for the sum of SSO, but afier that date none shall ba issued for less than S?50. ¦ • Resolved. That the Bounty to be offered by this Ward be S25, and that the Treasurer, Col. Wm. B. Thomas, be authorized and instructed to commence the payment thereof immediately. In accordance with the above, 'parties interested are-informed that by calling on Col. Thomas, at the OustomHonse, on and after MONDAY next, between 9 and 12 A. M., wjti the necessary Touchers, the above'sum "will be paid to each recruit credited to the Fourteenth Ward. As the amount necessary to pay this sum is not fully made up, it is earnestly desired that thoso who have not already pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

FEOM THE ABMY OF THE P: 0T0MAG\ THEBAPIDAH AGAIN CEOSSED BY SOME OF OTJR TROOPS. [Correspondence ol the IN e w York Herald, j CtJLrEPEB, Va., Feb. 7.— Yesterday commenced another epoch in the history ot the war The Army of the Potomac moved. Let the nation rojoice. The order came the nightbefore, although nearly one thousand wivesxf the. officers and men .were in' camp. Notwithstanding that, after two or three weeks of remarkably pleasant 'weather tor the seaton, the morning was loggy and cloudy, portending rain, never did troops make read* lor a march with greater alacrity or trudge ofTthrough the mua in higher spirits than did the officers and men of the invincible Army ¦•! the Potomac. The whole movement was under the command of that gallant and popular soldier, Major General John Sedgwick. Whether the movement was devised or planned or advised by him, it is not in the power of your coriespoudent to state. Whether it was well or ill stdvked, at the present time it is not wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

f*==- HAYDN'S ORATdEIO OF THE CREAU2 TION. 1 Will be performed at the AMERICA]* ACADEMY OF MUSIC, (By particular request) VOR THE BEtTESIT OF THB UNITED STATES CHRISTIAN COMMISSION IT THE HANDEL AND HAYDN SOCIETY, On SATURDAY EVENING, Feb. 13th, 1PG4, At-a quarter before S o' clock. The solos and concerted pieces will be performed by the- first professional and amateur talent ofthe coun}try, sustained by the ENTIEE GERMANIA ORCHESTRA, And a Chorus of over two hundred voices. The choice of reserved seats will be sold on TUESDAY, commenctftg at 9 o' clock, at One Dollar. Afterwards, th£ remajhing seats (also reserred) will be sold for Fifty Cents. ; The right of the honse will be sold aythe Bookstore of Ashmead & Evans, 724 Chestnut -street; the centre at J. E. Gould's, Seventh! andChestnut: the left at Martien's, 606 Chestnut street. Tickets for the Amphitheatre, Twenty-flve Gents, to be obtained at either of the above places. fe6-tf nr==* GEO. WM. CURTIS. —This distingui...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

i^j^ju.-t. uccn tuuuj' juiaiciiicscuuiiiuus Jllf THE JOHN M. BOTTS LETTER:' AcF 4har^l)Oirn tiaan -win*-** vni r—w,»«v*AArt*m fr*«4-« amm !¦¦ **^ c , . . regard to a letter written by John M.Botts to Hon. CieorgeS. Smith, Treasure of the Virginia Stata Government, declining the position of U. S.Senator from Virginia, Mr. Smith furnishes the original letter for publication, in order that'Jtlr. Botts may be set right before the country. Itis as follows: Atjecrs, Culpepper county, Va , Jan. 7, 1864—DttiT Ur: I have received tre letter of.'Mr. S. in. which he urges in very earnest terms, thatl should accept a seat in the Senate of the United States, at the hands of the Legislature now in ' session in Alexandria; an election which he seems] to think I have no right to decline, as the friends ofthe Union, everywhere desire it. Permit me to say, my good sir, that I duly appreciate the honor designed,'which is far beyond anything, thatl have reason to expect, now or hereafter, from an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

COURTS. ' Scprescb Court.—Justices Thompson, Bead and Agnew. The following judgments were entered this morning'- Huffy vs. Huller—Error to Common Pleas of Union county. Judgment affirmed. Appeal of Abraham W. Slemeeand others from Decree of Commem Pleas of Schuylkillcounty Decree affirmed. Cant vs. Divens—Error to Common Pleas of Northumberland connty. Judgment reversed and a venire de novo awarded. K:infelt vs. Olement—Erjor to Common Pleas oi Snyder county. Judgment affirmed.. The List for Olearfleld was taken up this morning. There are but four cases on the list. Nisi FRiTJS^-Chief Justice Woodward.—Antoni Htcht vs. Henry Miller.—This was ain action broughtby the plaintiff, a widow, to recover damages for an alleged breach of promise of marriage. The husband of plaintiff was.in partnership with the defendant, and shortly after his deoti, plaintiff alleges that defendant promised to marry her, bnt failed to keep his promise, and married another lady. On trial. District Court...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

MAKBLED. MULAtM—juajj.15—un Tuesday marning j;erj 2dj 1804, in the Second Baptist church, by Kev Wm. -Cathcart, Oscar C. Molan to Sallie J Lake. * DIED. COX—On Saturday evening, the Cth instant, John Cox, in the 77th year of his age. The relatives ard friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend his funeral from his late residence, No. 915 Clinton street; on Tuesday morning, the 9th instant, to leave at half-past 10 o'clock, punctually, to proceed to the Cemetery of St. James the Less.! ** FTJLLERTOK'—The relatives and friends of Edward M. Fullertoh, " who died at Chattanooga, are invited to attend his fnneral from his father's residence, No. 710 Spruce street, on Tuesday jnorning, at 10o'clock. * FELL—On ' tho Cth instant, after a long and painful illnesF, Mary Jane, wife of Penrose Fell. The relatives and; friends are respectfully invited to attend her funeral from her late residence, Northeast corner of Pine and Eighteenth streets, on Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

PERS0HAL. Captain Thomas M. Saunders, of the Third Regular Artillery, died at St Paul's, Minnesota, on the 20th nit., of pneumonia. Capt. Saunders was a native of Virginia, and entered the army in June, 1856. Since the breaking out «f the war, he has occupied successively the positions of chief quartermaster, disbursing and mustering officer, and pro vOBt marshal general of the State of Minnesota. Just before the firing on Sumter, ha receivedacommission of high rank from. Jefferson Davis, which he returned with an indignant refusal, and suffered the confiscation of -valuable estates in Virginia rather than betray his flag. The remains of the late Lieut.-Col. Thomas S. Brenholts, e^ the 30th Regiment, Penna. Volunteers, who died at Evansville, Indiana, on the Mth ol August, last, of a wound received in an. engagement near Jackson, Mtss., were brought to Reading on Tuesday last, and re-interred on Thursday afternoon, with appropriatedemonstr * ."I orreEpect and honor. The funera...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

itvjaibuib ¦ tinue tneir AMUSEMENTS. TtTW I ( Ti i TT-wrvt-n «v» >¦• C-i»n* • j.i _- n *_ t_!i .***« *,** .,*., -- con spiritualistic exhibitions at the-Assembly Building during the present week. Moeris MrxBTBKi.8—This evening and every evening dining the week, the famous Morris Minstrels will appear ai Concert Hall. They come among us with a spleridid reputation and will doubtless meet with good success, particularly as they play entirely new pieces. ¦ • Tot Walhut.—This evening begins the last six sights of Lucille Western at the Walnut. She ¦will continue to present • 'East Lynne, »' as there" ie not only no abatement in the desire fo see it, but rather an increase in the attendance nightly. .: The AKcn—This evening ''Little . Fadette" Will be given at the Arch, with Miss Charlotte Thompson aa' the heroine, supported by Hill, Rpbaon, Griffiths , Miss Price and Miss Carr. This l8 va S** l1rtUu * Play and is exquisitely given by Miss Thompson. . .T ?«?, Ohksthut.—&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

EY1IOTG BULLETIN .PEACOCK, CHAMBERS ft CO., 5 PBOPBIETOBS, US BOUSE TEIED STBEET, f PHILADELPHIA: : IBK3SB OF STJBSOKIPTION.S Th» BcLLBTTK Is served to Subscribers In th* City at U ctcta per week, payable to the carriers, or £8 H vm annum. * EATSS OP AUVBRTIfcOTS. Ealf Seuare, 1 time.* 2511 Square, 2 weeks..«3 23 1 Square, 1 time..... 50)1 Square, l .month.. 5 86 . 1 Sonars, S tims£..«. 75|1 Square, a months. 8 66 1 Square, !! times....1 8011 Square, 3 mon'ths.U 00 lSgoare, lisre»k....l 75)1 Square, emonths.sooa - Six lin«! consUtuts one square; three lines oi lass hell a sqganc. ..if,.-...........

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

- - . >. j tr At AFFAIRS IU THE SOTJTEWEJ& A rlPCnnt.oVi frnm T.rttiicT-lltn e«i»:> Qan Piflra .u. -.--.^-.-.u.u .uwu.u .*,.,. — —;J . ^UU. .. ...., on the night ofthe 4th, was at Knoxville, in pomjnand of the 9th Army Corps, and had no communication cut off this side of, Cumberland Gap. Another despatch, dated Powell's River Bridge, five miles east of Cumberland Gap, says: Citizens report that the rebels are communicating at New Market and Doddridge. Gen. Schofleld has assumed the command of the Department of the Ohio, rice Gen. Foster, relieved. Gen. Boyle'B resignation has been accepted, and he has Tesumed the ' practice of the law in this city; and Gen. Hobsonhas been temporarily put in command of the- forces of Kentucky, Gen. Ammon having been placed on court-martial duty at Cincinnati. Brigadier General Jndah has arrived in East Tennessee, and is assigned to tho command of his old division, the 2d and 23d Army Corps, relieving Brigadier General Mans...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

Gvss :There- have- beea nwijaiactnred at the Armory in SpriaggeJd Mass*, during the last month, 25,700 urasketSj' a larger number than ever before fabricated in a single month. The last two weeks, 6.000 were turned out each weekaveraging 1,000 each day. The largest number efver manufactured before in one,week was 5,040. When the last month' s work; is completed, there will be in store at the Armory over 200,000 guns, of which 40,000 are packed ready for shipmeht.-7-Sprt«£/S<W Phion. ;j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

SEVERAL PERSONS INJURED BY AMAD COW. T.AtA lesterdav afternoon a cow made her ao- pearance on Baltimore street; near South, and in a few minutes her actions caused considerable excitement. A man was driving her through the city, and unused to the sight ol so many vehicles, she soon became excited, and. ran at a lady, but without doing any harm. Immediately some two or three hundred persons gathered, and by their hooting so completely enraged the animal that she attacked any -who Jell in her way or attempted to check ner passage through the street. She ran tip Baltimore street as far as Calvert, where she met a man -with a wheelbarrowi on.wMcli were several mstresses, and contented Iiersel ' f by pttfeblng her horns through the matreEse;/ and tossing (Sera into the street, t-he then returned and'rat» :np'Noiui street, to Fayette, and into the yard of the new United states court bouse, but came out again, immediately, loilowed. by the. civwd, which. ,,,w ^ered ,in every dire...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

UPHOLSTERY. Promptness, Polity of Materials, ' Good Workmanship Low Charges. W. HENRY. PATTEN, 1B13 1408 Chestnut street. I II I MM ¦!! Il¥lllllllimnili ¦ II I MM. '-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

WTJTIBB MOURNING GOOES. BESSON&SON, Monrnlne Store, No. 918 CHESTNUT street, Have In store a large stock of seasonable goods. d3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

Mimk Skiss, vchich a few years.agOi Mldfor a quarter, now bring from four to geyeu dollars*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 8 February 1864

TflE WAB FOR THE ONI01 trwnw THE ABM? OF THEI POTOMAC. -JIIhwotcS, Tob. 7. -Iuformation has readied nere that yesterday morning a recon-Sancein lorce started from the Armyj>rtha Potomac,Md that considerable c^uonadmg tooSce at Morton's Ford, on the Eapitian, *fi?tta'di y. At-five in the afternoon mu^ ketry was heard which continued till dark. ¦ ¦ DEPAETMEHT OF THE OHIO. TorrmviTL^¥S. G.—The following parties, snppSrie implicated in the burning of euppuecu.l " i,„Ve been arrested by the tt .tf^ merf ' John Clark, of Louisville; mthtary ant honnes-Joim ^ w -if0j ofSt. ' . Angnstns Oriels, H. Deiia ^.^ ^ ¦Je ° nn1lEed ed^e " decoys/who have been for fw toe engaged in running Slaye3 irom and kidnapp ing free negroes in Missouri and selling ihem as slaves here. The Court of Inahiry jn the Crittenden and McCook case is still in session. The proceedings are not allowed to be made public till the Court adjourns. • . ¦ . • A despatch from PowelFa River Bridge says. that on Frida...

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