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

GILKiN i;0KN AND TOMATOES Hermetically Sealed by FITHTAN * FOGUE, of New Jersey, are superior to all others. Their large and varied stock of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Je'ilies, Sauces; Meats, Soups, etc., ¦ In cans, is offered ta the trade at the Lowest Market Prices, " , by their Sole Agents, • ' ' ARCHER &, REEVES, ' WHOLESALE GROCERS,-. No. 45 Worth Wa.ter St-, arid No. 46 North. Delaware aventie. f«6-u§.

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

IMTORTERS OF WINES AND LIQDORS. LAUMAN, SALLADE fe 0G.S KO. 1*3 SOITH NINTH SXEB3T, SSTWBEH 0HSSTiO7T iSD Wi.L»tT?, FH1LADKLPEL5.. G. M. L4UJ1AS, A. ftl. SALLAUH. J. 11. BITTING. no!l-3r.i,>rp

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

KEW SPRIRG GOODS IN £ V E R Y D £ PAR TMENT. - - ¦¦ - "' . i ¦ A large impo .taiion of French Obinu^s, Cambrite, Brilliants and Pique. Wholesale and retail. LE BOUTILLIER BROTHERS, ft6-3t$ ' Qi3 CHESTNUT SI1 .

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

SECOND EDITION. BY ' TELEGRAPH. TEE LATEST WAR AID OTHER !: ' ¦ ¦:. sews. I Affairs in General Grant's Army. Reported Extensive Mntiny Among ihe Rebels. Destructive Fire at Chattanooga. COKTI5TJED ' DESEETIO-I3 -?EOTH THE E1BEL AEMY. Improvable Story About the Capture of Mobile. INTERESTING FROM WASHINGTON. The Late Movement of the Army of the Potomac. To-Day's Proceedings in Congress. TROTS. GENEBAI, GHAUT'S AEMY. Cincinnati, Feb.; 8.—Despatches from Chattanooga, Tenn., dated yesterday, say that the railroad is now open to Cleveland, Tenn., and will be open to Knoxville in five days. There are reports of a wide-spread mntiny in the rebel army. Deserters are -till coming in. The railroad depot, containing quarter-masters' stores, etc.,was burned at Chattanooga on Saturday. The loss amounted to $100,000. General Logan's expedition has returned to Huntsville without encountering the enemy. The rebel army is. located around Tunnel Hill, Dalton and Borne. One thousand and fort...

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

COMMERCIAL EEESB D. ___L &SOH, STOCK BEOKEHS, He. 305 WAL ! ETJT STBEET. SALES OF STOCKS. BEFORE BOABDS. 100 sh Girard Mining 7 50 oh Bohem Mining 3(iO sh -Etna Mining 15 t>30 12y 200 sh Catawiwa pfd 100 sh North Pa R 37 % blO 43J£ 200 sh do ¦ b_o 3S 100 sh do 43S' loo sh do60dssaf33 3S 100 sh do b5 43 ,S 100 sh do 33 - 100 sh do 65 43K 100 sh do MO S8 100 sh do bS&lnt 43>i 100b_ do 37>i 100 sh do b30 45V 60 sh do fe30 M 100 sh do b30 43>,. 300 sh do bs S3 100 sh do B30aftl5 30 100 sh do 2 days 33 50 sh do ¦ • 43K 100 sh do 3(days 3SK loo sh do cash 43', - loo sh do bS 38K 100 sh do easb 43>; 20OJsh do b% 38,<_ 100 sh Green Mount loo sh do blO 33 b6 67, ' 50 sh do 38 10 sh Norristown B 67* loo b_ do b30 3S 700 sh Suaq Cnl blO 24 500 sh do blO 37;" 100 sh do b30 Sti,'200sh do 37 ^ 700 sh do bl0 24>{ 400 sh Bead E 5SJ{ 400 sh do b30 24 Si 300 sh do cash 53^ 100 Bh do W&int 24Jf -OshS-uNav 34 ltd sh Catawi...

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

PROPOSALS FOR RAISING WRECKS AT NORFOLK, VA., AND IN THE VICINITY. Navy D-pastmext, February 4, 1664. PROPOSALS will be received at the Navy Department until the 3d day of March, 1S64, for raising or wrecking and removing tbe materials, and delivering at the United States Navy Yard, Gosport, Va., the wrecks of the following ships, viz: Frigates " Cumberland" and " Congress," at Newport News; and " Merrimack," nearCraney Island. * The Email steamer »« Whitehall," at Old Point. Frigates " Raritan" and "Columbia," and Line-of-battle ships " Pennsylvania," " Delaware," and " Columbus," in ".he vicinity of the Navy Yard. Bidders for this contract will take into consideration that the Government requires the Frigate " Cumberland," and whatevermay be on board oi her, either public or private property, to be delivered at the Navy Yard, Gosport, Va., or at an other convenient place which the Government may designate, without any further mutilation than may be absolutely necessary to ra...

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

THE SEVEN BAYS' OPERATIOHS IN WEST VIBGINIA. [Correspondence ofthe N. Y. Herald.] In thb Field, "West VrEQixiA, Feb. 5, 1SS4.— The operations of tbe last seven daysalthough at times extremely varied In their character, have at last terminated in a series of successes. ¦ For some time past we had been in possession of information to the effect that General Early was concentrating troops and being reinforced in tbe neighborhood of Harrisonburg wit- a view to again attempting the capture of the garrison at Petersburg, aud then n-aking—snotheT raid on tha line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. To meet a movement of this kind General Kelley made all possible preparation. Yet as time wore away, aud the enemy gave no signs of an intention ts advance a large number of men (including nearly tbe whole of a regiment of cavalry) who had re-enlisted for the War, were furlouglied and allowed to go home. Hardly had this been done when we got news of Earl} having moved on Friday, January 29...

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

mim edition " . " '^- 'i ¦ , ' 3.3&" O'ClocOt. . ; ; ' I BY TELEGRitPH, JFECM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. ' F-ither D&tails of the Seco___3is ', Banco Across the Bapidan, IHE BEC0NN0ISSARCE ACE0SS THEBAPI, _]! DAW. y ^ Washington , Feb. 8.—The Star oTthis eveciDg publishes the following i - "Parties co ruing from the front represent that we experienced .considerable loss in the return of our troops from the late dempnstratioa. It is stated that some of our poatoons were lost at the Eapidan , whereby the enemy waa enabled to pick up some of our men who had not recrossed. "Also that a rebel cavalry force, crossing above Norton's Ford, interc epted a couple o our regiments, "who were forced to cut thei vray through with some loss. "These reports,it should be added, are not at all definite, and have not, up to noon to-day, been confirmed by anything received at tha ¦War Department." : LATEE. Parties arriving from the front this morning Etate that when our troops pus...

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

IMPORTATIONS. Reported for the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. CARDENAS—Schr J J Spencer—50 tons old iron 60 hhrls Bngsr D -3 Stetson & C!o. POST OF PHILADELPHIA. EEBRTJABY 8 4_r See Marine Hullc ' m on Hixth Page. AKBIVKH THI* DA.Y. Brig San Antonio. Jackson, 12 days from New Orleans, in ballast to H Simons. Brig Wm Nichols, Kiss, 7 days from New York, with md«e to E A Souder & Co. Brig Mountain E«gle, Jarvis, 4 days from Fort Monroe. In ballnst to J E Bszley & Co. Brig ClM-a P GibbB, T»pley, 9 dayB from Key West, in ballast to J E Bazley & Co. Schr A EdwttrdB,Somers, 6dsysfrom Port Soyal, in ballsst to D S Stetson & Co. Schr W H Tiers. Hoffman. 9 dayB from Port Royal, in ballast to D S Stetson & Co. Schr J A Orifflo, Foster. 5 days from Port Royal, In ballast to Captain. Schr J J t?peiicer. Fleming, 9 days from Cardenas, with euear. _c to D S stetson _. Co. Schr Juno, Kent, 4 days from Baltimore, in ballast to E A Souder &am...

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

OUT OF I'lUM" IS AN EXPti£SSION alvririEt nc fiminrinir ti"\ tho r\ivl->li/» *1« Ifi tha Publisher. This has unavoidably been tbe answer for th* last EIGHT weeks to every one desiring to purchase this charming novel of English Society. P1QIE; A Tale op tiu: Emilish Auistocuaot. To-d_y the FOURTH EDlTiON is reidy. That you miy judge all tl" of its merit and tho hold it Ira-* had u;on the rea-ting public , let ma give a few facts: Thirteen ytars ago this novel was first published, in London, and up to thelast year has had a regularr^mnoerr.tiiiE sale •-. FOI'R BOOKS A DAY is the average number rublisrbed ir. Lonfcu. so that ONLY GKBAT B'KJKSlive beyond tho short time thattheyare bronght before the publ'C by adver'isingand revi'wmg The next novelty crowds the'H oueside. PIQUE has lived on, and our reading public fnt y it so much that it will have a gicat run here. l.ipplncou. A: Co., Peterson 4; Bros., Aslimead ft: I.vans, F. L^ypolrit, wholesale it. Every Bookseller retai...

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

PHILAD_.XPHIAMA__.EX8. Monpat, Feb. 8.—There is very little Quercitron Bark here. AsaleoflOhhtls. No. 1 at $37?) ton. PriceB of Tanners' Bark are nominal. Therfcelptsof Oloverseed are Bmall and it ia in fair demand at $8 S1X@9 $ 64 lbs., and some from second handB at $9 26; !000 bags sold for export at 9 @PJi cents. Small sales of Timothy at *3 76. Flaxseed is in good request and it is taken on arrival' by the crnsherB at *3 '26@3 30 ^ bushel; 1000 bushels ofthe latter Bold on private terms. There is not much shipping demand for Flour and the only sales reported arelOOO Barrels good Cumberland Valley extra at $7 12X $ barrel, and 400 barrels choiee Ohio extra family at 98. Small Bales to Ihe retailers and bakers at $6 12X@6 60 ^ barrel for low grade and good superfine, $6 75@7 12% for extraB, »7 25@8 for extra family and 48 25 to $10 59 for fancy lots—according to quality. There is nothing doing in Rye Flour and Corn Meal and the former is nominal at $6 26 %1 barrel. There is ...

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

CITY BULLETIN. Eobbery.—The liquor store of Jas. Brady, was entered early on Saturday morning, and robbed of S10. The thieves broke open n closet with chisels, which they lelr. on the premises. White Feit, Cokn aud Buhioh P_astee. —A small invoice just received. For sale by hat dozen or single box, Bowee, Sixth and "Vine. Boweb's Ihpast Cordial is the oldest, safest and best remedy for yielding relief "to children teething. Sold - by Bower, Sixth and Green, and by all Druggists. Needles' Truss and Brace Department;—Ladies' store on Twelfth street, 1st door below Race, (Conducted by Ladies.) Gentlemen will apply to C. H. Needles, oh the corner. The most thorough assortment of best makes of every article in the line will be found here, and adjustment made with professional exactitude. 'fGLTCE-JorE LonoH," from "Woods'," of Boston, received and for sale at Needles' Drag Store, Twelfth and Race streets.

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

NOVELTIES wr LACE GUETllNS; MUSLIN CU&T&IKS AND WINDOW SHADES. I. EL WALRAVEN, SUC0ESSOB TO W. H. CABEYi, masonic n__xi_, 719 CHESTNUT ST, inO-t-f

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

aT ": % A? Fourth and Arch /Sr ARE OPENING FOR SPRINGr SALES 18M,. Kagnificent Organdies, Be Percales and CiuntzeSj 68 Pieces Fency Silks, IGO do Good Black Silks, Fine Plaid Silks, - Ordered Poult de Soies, Shawls , New Styles, Standard Sheetings, Household Soods, Best Gloves Only. fe2-tut_smw-ret$

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

REMOVAL. BENNEES & BOLTON HAVE REMOVED TO THE SECOND STOBY OF No. S___- Chestnut Street, And offer to the Trade generally an ENTIRELY FRESH LINE OP TVMte Goo_lss -Lace Croods, and Embroideries, Of Improved Make and. Finish, Of their own direct importation, selected in person in the different markets of , GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELaJnj.jSO-tt

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

FURLOUGHS. Officers and Soldiers, visiting the City cm Jfurlough, needing SWORDS, AND OTHEB MILITABT EQ.TJIPMENTS are invi-d to tbe very extensive Manufacturing Establishment of GEO, W. SIMONS &BR0„ SANSOM STREET HAI__, Sarisorri Street, above Sixth. PRESENTATION SWORDS Blade to order at the shortest notice, which for richness and magnificence challenge competition , no other house in the country combining tha MA. MTJF&CTrRIrJG- JEWEI/ER WITH THK PRACTICAL SWORD MAKER. feb8-Im$

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

STOCKS AND SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. DE HAVEN & BEO., 20 SOUTH THIRD STREET. fe8

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

Wenderoth A> Taylor * PHOTOGRAPHERS AND IVORTTTPISTB, 912, 914 and 916 Chestnut street,. Invite attention to their improved styles of Imp*- rial and extra Imperial Photograph-, presentini the ttnlsh of retouched pictures at the cost of plain. Every style of picture furnished from the Ca.rU it Tisite to the highly finished iTorytyp* and Oil Portrait, with satisfaction guaranteed. ¦-'Particular attention given ta copying old Pictures. \ — __r £_ne assortment of ALBUMS constantly on hand. no_3-3__t

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

C. B. WRIGHT & CO., No. 143 South Third Street,,,. OPPOSITE THE EXCHANGE, ;. : Dealers in Government and State SeonrtHesy Quariermaslers' Checks and Vouchers, and.Certificates of Indebtedness. ' • Orders for the purchase and sale of Stoc-B and Loans promptly executed: j_3(l-lmf .

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

New Fancy Cassimeres. A11_FR1P H. LOVE,; COJiMISSiQN MERCHANT, 212 CHESTNUT ST. J_12-U_§

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