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

CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY -.OF -.-,-. .. - ..!... JTCW HAVS]^ C0N_f. llAN CE OFflCE I_I TEffi - CITY; Ko. 409 Walnut Stree'. CASH CAKTAI & A3^1T? , $330,500: JOSEPH TILLINGH 1ST, Agent. ' \ PHi_A»__r-HiA , Feb-nary Gth, 133t. A Card. ^ We. tb« -Bdorfigncd, tnto" pVa^nreinrwom-2,) l i, £8t , hiOIT _ > FlEE ISSOiiANCECOHPAP.Y ot xvew Haven. Conr.ecicu'.. m .ha . i izens of > hiladelphl-i, witi t. e FULLassurance, that atljramau.u-s witn this liompany wUl be emimntly satisfactory to tha as-uredT " * ¦ O. Scr-mon" , Pres. Elm City flank. New Haven, Conu. .A. T. Lowe, Pres. Safety Fund Bank, Boston, MaFs. . ¦ ' M.Day Kimbill, Pres. Atla- Bank. Boston, Mass. Ja'ie- M. Boeb» ioui.. BostcnMass. . Fauiknr, Kimball fc Co., Kostou, Mass . Ho.iier Rartleit, Treas. Massa-chusstts Mills, , Lowtll, M st. William Dwight, Treas. * Saeo Mi'ls, Eaco, Me. George B.ies -t. Co , New YorKi'-ity. Wiliimantic Linea Co , New Tork Otty. Lrngnrtc, Bradfora ic Co , New York City. J. B....

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

NEW MILLINERY HOUS^. P. A. MeIkG & GO:, Rtspectiuily inform the mercantile community that they wiUopen, ¦ ' FEBRUABY 10th, 1864, AT Eo, 413 Arch street* A COMPLETE STOCK OF STEAW ¦ . and. ,.; i MILOTER¥ GOODS, f"^ , !°,tte,rade.ai5dtrnst_ia«prornptand«ire-£? ,"tjil"^ ""deration m prices, good assort-S"„_I' ^S^£'? ittt ' ,:hiBir lo *e experience In bu-$11h«„( _ ^f r * be?? ^^ "«t seven years with the house of Lincoln,. "Wood & Nichols nnd their late successors, W.ood & Oarf, )\w n_v m - shar« of the public patronage . "»"»• ¦ may merits <(_»-Orders soUcited bymaU and promptly execnt*d - j30.1m }

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. RETAIL DEPARTMENT. M'CALLUM & CO. Beg leave to inform the public that they bav leased the old established Carp" Store, No. 519 CHESTNUT STREET, Oppo«it» Independence Hall, FOB A EETAIL D__PAB( T_L_irT, Where they are now opening A NEW STOCK, op IMPORTED AND AMERICAN CARPETS, Em-iacing the choicest patterns of AXMINSTER, 1TAPESTRY OAR ROYAL WILTON, I PETa "VELVET, IBRUSSELS CARPETS VENETIANS. Together with a full assortment of everything pertaining_othe Carpet jliiElnesa. jagOjf}

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

SPRIXG, 1864. SPRING 18S4. EDMUND YARD' & Coi, 617 CHU-STNU-T STU-3__T, AKD 6H JAYKE STRiET, PHILADELPHIA Have now in store their SPRING IMPORTATION OF Silk aud Fancy Dry Gosds, Consisting of DE> SS GO "DS of all -kinds, Black and lancy Silns, I Sii ' ims Gloves, Mitts, Ribbon and Dre.s Trimmings. 1 g ALSO, White Goods, Linens, Embroideries and Laces. A large and handsome assortment of !?pri-g and Summer Shawls, BALMORAL SKIETS, OFALLGRADESi T^bich we offer to the trade at the lowest prices. ja3u-3m}

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

1-^ TERPRlSE MILLS. ATWOOD, RALSTON & CO., MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CAKP-STINGS, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Ac, A c. Warehonse, 619 Chestnut Street, AND ' 616 Jayne Street. frbl-3m$

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

1864. SPRING 1864. GLEN ECHO MILLS, GERMANTOWN, PA. M'CALLUM &CO., Manufactuieri. Importers and Wholesale Dealers CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, &c. Warehouse, 509 Chestnut st., Opposite Independence Hall. ja30-M

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

KENDALL'S AMBOLINE FORTHEHAIB. AMBOLINE MOISTENS, BEAUTIFIES, ODORATES, LENGTHENS, INVIGORATES, NOURISHES, EMBELLISHES, THE HAIB. A purely vegetable compound, made entirely from - Umulating extracts of Boots, Herbs and Flowers. __„, ¦' ._. . — It prevents the hair falling out or turning prematurely grey. Ladies who desire a lu__rlant head of hair, should not fail to give the AmboUne atrial. FrlceTSl per box containing two bottles. Prepared only by KENDALL _ OO., No. 50« Broadway, New YorB. Agents In PhUadelphia, JOHNSTON, HALLO-WAY _ COWDEN de».3mt No. 23 North Sixth street. THOMAS _ SONS, AUOTIONEEB& , Nos. 139 and 141 So-th Fourth street. • ADDITIONAL. Since the catalogue was issued. ON TUESDAY, FEB. 0, At 13 o'clock noon, at the Exchange, Also,S10,000 Pennsylvania-ve per cent. Coupon Bonds, principal and. interest payable in coin. . \ . ?

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

EDWARD P. KELLY. JOHN KELLY, TAILORS, 612 CHESTNUT ST. LATE NE'W_nd.STAPLE ,.GOo:DS * pattK-JT OVEEC0ATS Waim Sack and Business Goats, ir»j_u -OR SALE AT ', , Bediiced Prices. ¦ TERMS i CASH—Prices lower than other 0-stimer Tailors.' TO LET—Up Stairs of 612 and 614 Chestnut st. ( .

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

JOHN C. ARRISON, Nos. 1 and ;3 Jfoitli Sixth StfeeS, MANUFACTURER OF The Improved Pattern Shirt, FIRST CUT BY J. BURR MOOES, Warranted to Fit and Give Satisfaction. ALSO Importer and Manufacturer of GENTLEMEN'S FUR NISHING GOODS N. B.-4-A11 articles made In a superior manner by hand and from the best materials. ocS-Sm

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

First Preniinm Shirt and Wrapper Mairaiaciory, ES T A B L I8H E D 1S40. G. A. HOFFMANN 606 AUCH STREET, Would Invite the attention ofthe public to his and complete stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooii, Among which ¦will be feund the largest stock of GENTLEMEN S WRAPPERS IN THE CITY. Special attention given to the manufacture of Fine Shirts and Wrappers to Ordei ijvery variety of Underclothing, Hosiery, Gloves Ties, Scarfs, Mufflers, _c noHsa,m,.wSmf

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

P. F. KELLY. B. K. JAMISON. P,F. KELLY & CO., Bankers and Exchange Brokers, NORTH-WEST CORNER OF THIBD AM) GHESTMJT STS,, PHI LAD E L.P HIA. ial3-:hr.$

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

J.F.IREDELL, No, 147 UOBTH EIGHTH STBEET, Between Cherry and'Race, east aide, __U_. Haa now on hand and constantly receiving an ehv gant assertment ol Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Shirts on hand and made to order in the mas satisfactory manner. A full line of Gentlsm»n: » Merino Shirts, Drawers, io. Also—LailM' __•- rlno Vests, Drawers , Hosiery, _o. Ocl7-fi_T . 147 NORTH EIGHTH ST.

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

GEO. N. HARVEY & SBN, STOCK! BROKERS, No. S18 Walim. Street. GEO. N. HARVEY has this day taken into partcersLip his eon MILTON L. HARVEY. The b-.ir.c-s will hereafter be conducted by d-EO. N. HAJtV EY _ SON. GEO N. HARVEY. feS-lmt MILTON L. HARVEY.

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

SMITH & JACOBS. 1226. Chestnut Street, PMIadelpMat JEoney Refunded li not Sat__actorjr 1 TOTE SfflETS Made of New Yorlt Hllla Ma-Una. T«y Fine Irish Linen Bosoms, only S3—usual price »3 75. - WUlia— sTille Muslin 82 7S, mra-l price S3 50. Very reasonable dednction to w-elei^» _ triul».

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

HEAVY CU_Xm>N FI___NN_a__i : ' A ^° ] BTAITDASD DErLL3. FOR BJU-EB 'S" Fyothlnff-iain A Tf«]]«_

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

A TEAGEDY IN NEW YORK THBEE PERSONS STABBED^-ABBESX OP THE PERPETKATOB. [From the N. Y. Times otto-day.] At the close of last fall Mr. Luther C Tibbetts gained considerable notoriety for himself by 'making very heavy specujauve purchases of Mixed Western Corn, at extraordinary high prices, - the corn deliverable in the ur»t len days of the current month of February. He had subsequently some difficulty with his bankeis, because 01 what lie called the defamatory representations of certain rivals in business. He managed, however, to woik through this difficulty, and determined to gain control of tho available supply of corn here, so as to render it next to impossible for those who had sold to himto nil their contracts unless on such termsas would suithis interest or convenience. On Fiiday'last, ataboutnoon, he made his appearance on 'Change and * commenced buying ¦ briskly, until he had purchased twenty-three loads at pi ices var) ing lrom 1 33al 40, agreeing to pay 3c. per bushe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

Cm BULLETLEr. OvESCBOWDisG Passexgeii Caes—A great inconvenience to our citizens is the overcrowding ol the passenger railway cars ^ which is practised upon nearly all the roads in the city. Although the cars are mftie to seat twelve persons, yet they are never • •full,'' and even if the inside is crowded and the platforms well occupied, there is still "room for one more"and the car must be stopped for every person who hails it. This overcrowding ol the cars is rot only an annoyance to the puoiic bnt it jrives pickpockets a splendid opportunity to carry on their operations,and thelosingof pocket books in passenger railway cars is of frequent occurrence. Wc do not complain of railway companie* when persons will persist in crowding into the cars when they naveto be content with standing room only, for that is ihe accident of the huur, but the deliberate overcrowding is what is reprehensible. It is a common occurrence with conductors on certain lines to stop their already over-cr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

rvr==. AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND lL5 TRUST COMPANYWALNUT street, Southeast corner of Fourth, Phh.adei.phia, February 4th1864. The Trustees have this day declared a dividend of FIFTY PER CENTon all premiums upon jttutnal Policies during the year ending Deeemoer Ulst, 1603, and in force at that date, the above amount to be credited to said ^ Policiesand have also ordered the dividend of l^fen on Policies issued -during that year to be paidas the annual premiums on said Policies are recei ved. feq-6t JOHN S. "WILSON, Secretary. ¦Y==- EDWARD OARSWELL. Esq.. M. W. Ui? Conductor of the NATIONAL DIVISION SONS OF TEMPERANCE, the, celebrated Canadian Orator, -will Lecture on THURSDAY EVENING, Feb. i 11, 1S64, in the Eleventh Baptist Church, TWELFTH street* above Race. Tickets, gratuitouslyblWH. A. DUFF A: CO.516 ARCH street, or at the Office of) the Grand Division118 Sonta SEVENTH streeji. — feD-3t» «==» PENNSYLVANIA FREEDMEN'S REl£g LIEF ASSOCIATION. A public meeting of the Association ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

AMUSEMENTS. The GsniiAH Opeea.—The opening performance of the Germans at the Academy of Music last evening, attracted a large and elegant audience Nicolaj's opera, Hie Mirry Wirttof Windsor, was admirably'performed—.much better than it was last year. The advantage ot having a first class basso .and a first class tencr was manite&t. Herr Herrmanns, who played "Falstaff,!' is much the finest basso that the German company has ever given us. He sang excellently well, and looked and acted the iat knight to perfection HabeAmann sang deliciously in the role of ' .'Fenton;" while Stemecke, as "Mr. Fluth" (the "Ford" of fc>hakspeare,) was admirable in all respects. Mmes. Johannsen a)id Frederici were bo:h good as the merry wi\vs, and Mile. Canista as "Sweet Ann * Page," did better than sre has done in other operas. The audience seemed to enjoy the performance from beginning co enrUgfrjcalthough the open can never be regarded as aTgreat work, it will always please when do...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

A Ladt Fined ros. (Jiving a Faxsb Cqaractik to a Servant,—A case interesting to ladj- housekeepers came before an English police court recently. The facts, as gleaned from, the journals of the day, are as follows: Jane Howard, a lady residing at Taunton, was charged at the Harylebone police court with having given a false character to one Anne Wingatc, a person offering herself to be hired as a servant to-3£r. John Boldero, contrary ta the statute. Miss Howard is a lady of great respectability, residing in Tauntoa with Iter brother, who has a large farm there. Ann "Wwgate left Taunton, and from her Miss Howard received the following letter: "Miss Howard—I hope you will not think I ajn takinga liberty when I ask you for a great favour. I am married, and my husband is going to Dublin for two years, and I shall have to remain in London, and must. get another situation. I have tried to get one, but I. am always objected to on account of my being married. I shall ba thankful if you wil...

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