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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

¦%»=» FIFTEENTH WARD BOUNTY FUND. UJ? —The nndersignedacknowledges the receipt ol the following subscriptions in addition to those previously noticed: ' . THOMASPOTTER, Treas. Isaac Schlechter, 50 00 Leflless Brittain, 2 00 "Wm. Wilson, 50 00 Jas. Carman, 2 00 Mrs. B .Tohns, - 50 to Jas. Craig. 2 00 A. K Little, 50 00 Wm. H. Bistick, ; 2 0« Wm. Ames, 50 00 Samuel Lemmon,' 2 00 B. Peterson, ' 50 00 Stephen Barcus, 2 pO S. H. Jarden, 25 00 F. Denaveri, 2 iOO John Sailer, 25 to Chas. Hickley, 2|50 Nick Grew, 25 00 M. W. Vail, , 2'u0 t-. M* Janney, 25 00 Geo. West, 3 00 Chas. W. Fay, 25 00 has- Downey. 4 00 H. W. Gray, 25 00 W.H.Bann, (add'l) 3 00 Alex. Prestley, 25 00 JO.. Walsh, 3 00 G. Bergner, 25 00 Geo. Burrows, 2 00 Geo. T. Stokes, 25 0u Philip McPool, 2 00 h. Troubat, M.. D. 25 00 A. Stoddart, , 2 GO Robert B. Esler, 20 00 G. E. Sutherland, 2 00 Kr. Weaver, ' ' 20 (0 Geo. Fries, 2 50 Thomas Wood, . 20 00 John Curran, 2 00 J. B. Bodgton, 20 to E. H. Hazleton, 2 Oil Henry Yolkmar...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

II BLUE BESEBVES, Jl - - ATTENTION! l|| A meeting of the Board of Officers will be held JItatthe -Begimental Armory. 505 CHESTNUT .streetTHIS (Tuesday) EVENING, February 2, 1S61, at ' ;% o'clock. By order of WMi W. TAYLOR, Colonel Commanding. B- AiTKEB, Adjutant It* rr5=. i THE LECTURE Of THE RF.V DR. Lk3 COX, at the HALLof the UNIVERSITY, THIS -EVENING, wgFbeoftjwrf ' the most interesting of the Course. TreXetsfor sale at the dDor. N. B. Tte last Lecture will be on THURSI'AY EVENING, et the same Hall. It* ry==» OFFICE OF PORT WARDENS OF LL3 PHILADELPHIA, 119 WALNUT street, Pmr.ADEI.rniA, February 2, 1804. TAKE NOTICE—That application having been made to thisiBoard by S. KILPATR1CK, Esq-Agent of Estdteol Mrs. JOHNSON, for a license to extend their PIEB above PINE street (Delaware frontj, action will be had on the application on MONDA Y nex t, Febrnafy 8U1. i . CHAS. S. WAYNE, feb2-3t$ Maste*^ Warden Port of Philada. n*=» AT A MEETINGAIF THE CITIZENS U3 of the FIFTH WAED . hetd on ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

CITY fiULLETIH. STATE OF THE TH ERMOMETER THIS DAI AT THE BULLETIN OFFICE. » A. M.,^ 12 M., 49V. 1J< P..M. . 46 Minimum Temperature during last -J4 boon, 33 AWeather clondy—Wind Southwest. Rev. S. Haxsox Cox's Lectures.—The lovers of Poetry were greatly amused and their iefiued and classic ears gratilied by Rev. Doctor Cox's great lecture, at the Hall of the University, last evening. He repeated Shakspeare admirably. Upon epigrams and epitap hs he was peculiarl y happy. One story of the minister who visited the New Eng l a nd church yard wheTe all the samts and none of the sinners were buried, was worth more than the ' " pricc of the lecture. By the way, we had heard a similar story, but . we never before heard the scene laid in New Eng land ; but it made a splendid Yankee tale; the stranger being allowed to -.write a verse upon the gate, as others had done ' , wrote—** Here he the dead-Anil here the living lit.'' ' The weak, foolish and imbecile Kings of Eng land ' r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

CHAIfGES WB0TJGHT BY THE WAS.. In " Cudjo's Cave," a war novel by J. TV Trowbrid ge , well known as a contributor to the Atlantic Monthly ' , we find the following beau t iful paragrap h: " How many a beloved ' good-for-nothing-* has gone from our streets and firesides, to reappear far oft' in a vision of glory! The school-fellows know not their comrade; the mother knows not her own son. The strip^ ling, whose outgoing and incoming were so familiar to us—impulsive, fun:Ioving, a little vain , a little selfish, apt to be cross when the supper was not read y, apt to come late an<3t make you cross when , the supper was ready and waiting—who ever guessed what nobleness was in him! His country called, and he rose up a patriot. The fatigue of marches, the hardshi ps of camp and bivouac , the halrj fare , the injustice that must be submitted tof all the terrible trials of the body's strength and the soul's patient endurance—these he ' bore with the superb buoyancy of spirit which ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

attta DIED. BAIRD—in ReadingPa., on January , 18Q4, Harrie ' t Baird, daughter of the late Samuel Baird, o f S t owe , Montgomery conn .y. Pa. * NEIUS—On-the lstinstan,t, Margaret,, daughter of Catharine Neilis, in her Slst year. The relatives and friends of the family, axe respectfully invited to attend her funeral from the residence of her mother, 1532 Cuthbert. street, on Thursday morning, at b}£ o' clock, yrithout further notice.' Interment in Cathedral Cemetery. $. • ELKINTON—On Third day morningthe 2d . ' instant, of typhoid pneumonia. Edith Elkinton, Svife of George M. Elkinton, in the 6Sth.year of Iter age. The relatives and friends of the family are in-Tltedto attend the funeral from the residence of her husband, 453 North Fourth street, on Fifth ¦day, tbe-4th instant, at 2 P. M. ** ROBINSON—On the 1st instant, of diphtheria, Ella G>., daughter of John A. and Jennie B. Robinson, aged 2 years and 4 months. _ ^ Funeral from her parents' , residence, 1003 Coates s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

.1V5=> 1-IST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE US BOUNTY FUND OF THE NINTH "WARD, Continued: i SECOND TBECISCT, A. andM;TSager, Sluo 00 Nimrod Woolrey, 5 00 "Edward Weston, 25 00 James Oraig, 5 00 ^ O. O. Nichols, 10 00 Philip Wagner , 5 00 :E. Dnffy, 10 00 Samuel Price, 5 OC Jerem i a h Ca d mus , 10 00 F. W. Parrott , 5 00 .J. P. Forgenskie, 10 00 Bernard Cohen ^.yoo A. M. Bennett, . 5 on Henrietta Schaffer, " 2uo D. J, Fentiell, 5 00 Maiy.Ann Jenks , 200 ¦Cnasi M. Hooper, 5 00 Mrs. Henry, . 2 00 J.B.Johnson, 5 00 Miss Esling, 2 00 .Abraham Sulger, 15 00 James Hibbard, 1 25 Margaret Sulger. 5 01) Albert WstUon, lot; Xiucy Sulger, 5 00 Alexander Garrett, loo J. J. Brooks, 5 00 M. S. Hagaman, 1 00 John Bobbins,' sro.Mrs. Kenney, 25 "H. B. V. 5 00,Mrs. Savill 50 "Edward Dnff. 5 OOiHarvy Dolin, 50 third rxEciNOT"(Continued.) Jos. V. Lewis, 50 00IE. Grosiean, •¦ 5 00 S. A. Caldwell, 50 oa CasTi 5 00 AnnaM. Tilghman 00 00, W. Fennel; 5 00 Thos. C.Love, 25 00 E. H. Ogden, 25 IK) Benry G»F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

PERS0HAL. A Court of, Inquiry is in session in Washington to investigate tbe cafe of Colonel A. A. Gibson, o* tbe 2d Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, who is charged with refuting to accept a flag presented to bis regiment by the Slate ot Pennsyl v.iuia—speaking dis.paragipgly. of the troops frbm tha' State and maltreating recmits for his regiment. The Colonel re ' used to accept the State ting for the reason that his regiment "was not ftrhting for the State of Pennsylvania bot for the United States." The court is composed as follows: Brigadier-Generall eRustey,President;Captain Chaudler,ol Genera! Ilarkins'sstafr.Recorder; Colouel Abbott, 1st Coi nectii u ' t Volunteers; Colonel Welling, 9th New York Volunteers. ' On Friday the >anks Club, of Boston, celebrated tbe 45th birthday of Major-General Banks. The leading citixens of Bathy N. Y., gave a dinnfrinhonoi ofBrigadi>r GeneralW. W Averill, o) the 28th ult. General Averill is a native of Steuben county, and for a long ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

COURTS. ¦ StrpREjre i Court—Chief Justice Woodward, and Justices Thompson, Strong, Bead, and Agnew.—The Philadelphia List was taken op on third call. - -* - . City of Philadelphia vs. Flanagan, an d Sama v». John: on. Reargoment. The first ease raises the question of the power of Councils to regulate* the advertisements by the Receiver of Taxes of, delinquent tax-payers, and the second the question of the power of Councils to control the Board of School Controllers in the matter of regulating salaries, ica , of teachers. In the latter case that Controllers rf fused to recognize the scale ofsalaries fixed by Councils, and the City Controller refused to countersign the warrants issued by the> School Controller'. The first case has reference to the publication of tbe list of delinquent taxpayers, .the City contending that the Keceiver of Taxes can mike no contract binding on the City in more than two newspapers and one time in each. Both cases were> argued last wint...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

FROM TBE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. [Correspondence; of the N. Y. Tribune.] Heaequaktees Abmt of the Potomac, Jan. 31 , 1864.—On (ho statements of a contraband who came into our lines on Thursday last , t hat the rebel General Stuart's cavalry were concentrated on the western slope of Thoroughfare Mountain, a teconnoitring party from Merritt's cavalry was immediatel y despatched to ascertain the truth of the report. The party returned the same evening, having exp lored the mountain without finding any trace of Stuart or his troopers. There is a rumor in circulation that our videttes picketing CedaT Mountain recentl y saw a force of rebel cavalry engaged in constructing two brid ges across the Kap idan , but nothing definite has been received at the headquarters of the cavalry corps. Three men on p icket duty a few days since were captured -by a party of rebels who were reconuoiteiing. Surgeon Chas. O. Leay, of the 6th Gorps . was relieved a few days since , and assi gned to duty under...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

ryrk=* GEEMAKTOWN.-EEV.. O. P. LEYSL3 FORD will preach in toe first Methodist Episcopal Church, Haines street, this Evening, ax ~% o' " cloek. _ . - \, ' It*. rr=F^. PKKNSYLYANfi HURTlct!L.TURAL US'SOCIETYS. "W. corner .BROAD and WALNUT streets.—Subject lor discussion THIS J3VENTNG,, '-Heating or Glass fiotiaej." It jv^=>! THE DAVENPORr BOYS will open at jJJJg ^ ONOERTHALLon THURSDAY EVESOTJGrf February 4th, and continue the balance of theweek. . Ie2-3trp Go and see the greatest -wonder of the wurld: ^w _=»" - ''THE TWO OOMKON WEiLTHS."- \iS Bev. Treadwell Wtilden will deliver a Lecture on tbis greatrNatibnal subject, THURSDAY EVENING* February 4th,. at 8 o'clockat MUSICAL FUND HALL.: Tickets 3i cents. For th e b enefi t of S t ' . Matthew's Episcopal ¦Church. ' . fej-3trp* jv=^» A MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION |iS OF FRIENDSfor the aid and elevation of iheFreedmen, will be held at RACE: STREET MEETING-HOUSE, on FOURTH DAY EVENIN G-at, 71£ o'clock. A very interesting meeting...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

THE HUMORED SUBMISSION" OF THE SOUTH [From the Baltimore American of last evening. ] VTe received this morning from a fugitive from Richmond , just ^ arrived' at 'Washington, the following note, which we lay before our readers without vouching for the reliability of the statement it contains. The author signs hiB name, but at his request we omit it: , TVashington, D. C, January 31, 1864.— Messrs. Editors Baltimore American.— Deah Sies—I hasten to say to you that I knew of my own knowled ge , before leaving .Richmond, that the rebel authorities are taking ;steps to propose to the Federal Government to jlay down their arms, provided the President's |Amnes(y be extended to their leaders. Let ; this be known in, " the South and the rebellion is at an end. You' are at liberty to make any use of tbis you may ^ think proper; bat please do not publish my name at present, for obvious reasons. I am writing out a statement to-day for the Government. - Truly, yours, -" •—, of Richmond. <...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

Ieish j&gt;(bss has been found growing abundantly on^the rocks along the beach in Scituate, Mass., and about iithree thousand barrels are gathered annually, It is worth , at ficst hands , frorn,five to six dollars per barrel. The Portland (^tfe.) Adveriiser ' -says "the&lt;same moss may_ be found in abundance on Cape Elizabeth, tbe islands , andjjwe presume, all along our coast.'^- - • !' l . Collbob W ju$— The Kochester Democrat says a difficulty lias occurred at the Genesee College , Lima , N. Y., between the Faculty and the students. JEighty of the latter have been suspended from ^ecitationsion account of some alleged yiolation' .of the college rules. The students insist that fiey are in the right and refuse to ask pardon of the Faculty. At last accounts the difliculty.jemained unsettled. Oppicees or Colobbd Rbqivbnts.—Genera Carey's Board ^ has examined during the past week sixty-two applicants,, twenty-seven of whom were passed , including on^ Lieutenant-Colonel , fiv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

ADVANCE OF THE ENEMY IN WESTERN VIRGINIA. JCorrespondence df the New York Herald. ] iTEAPQlAETEBS, DEPARTMENT OP WESTERS Vibglvia, Feb. 1.—Considerable excitement prevailed along the line of the railroad to-day, occasioned more by precautionary movements than anything else. Yesterday morning a portion of a rebel brigade that had been sent over into New Creek Valley for the purpose of intercepting ! one of our moving columns came upon the rear of Cotonel Thoburn' s command , whereupon skirmishing ensued between thbtwo forces. Our men finally drove the rebels back. This afternoon the enemy again advanced, and this time occupied Burlington. Brisk skirmishing was going on at different times during tbeday. Much confidence is felt in General Reliev e s ability to defeat the enemy' s desi gns. Up to tbis time everything is favorable to the interests of our side.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

,nfl==» AMERICAN AOADEKY 0I\MUSIO. STS THE 1 ¦ ^^ ORATORIO OF THE MESSIAH, ¦ ' BY HAKDEL, As performed by tie '"" BANIXEL AND HAYDN SOCIETY, Of PLiJadelphia, with so much success on Ohristsnas nightlast, by the generous offer of the Society ¦wiil be 1 eproduced on : FRIDAY EVENING, Feb.-5th. 1861, ¦AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, ; " FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE U. S. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION. _ - The Solos and Concerted Pieces will be performed by the firstprofessionalandamateurtal-.ent of tbe 1 ounvry, sustained by tbe ", ENTIRE GERMANIA ORCHESTRA, - .And a OHORUS of over Two Hundred Yoices. Tickets, 50 cents. Seats reserved without extra •charge. To be obtained at the. following places: Academy of Music; J. E. Gould, Seventh and •Chestnut streets'; G. Andre, 1104 Chestnut street; Lee lie Walker, 722 Chestnut street: Ashmead &amp; Evans, 7-24 Chestnut street; W. S. i Alfred Mar-* ien,COG.Chestnut street. The sale of tickets will •commence on Monday, February 1st, at 9 0' clock, A. M., _^ ja3...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

EYEMNGiBULLETIN FEACOCt CHAMBERS &amp; 00., Proprietors, 112 SOUTH TEIED iSTEEET, PHILAD^PHIA: &gt; T3SBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' ? , Tn» Btuimi'l' served to Subscribers In t&amp;« ^ty at IS csnts p*r weak, payable to the carrier*, or $8 »t B»r annum. - SATBB OP ADVSBTlbllfe. Half Setters1 «m».8 2511 Square, 2 weeks..S3 25 t Square, I time 50 1 Square, i-month:. 5 66 E Sq uare , 3 times...* 75 1 Square, 2:months. 8 &lt;H&gt; I Squaw, 3 ttme«....i 60 1 Square, 3 months. U 06 I Square , 1 w«e k..;.l 75 1 Square, s months;20 nc S« lines oonsUtut* one square; three Hne« oj is» half a»&lt;jnar». iiBmiwiiiMi

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

\'Tirn Old-Flag."—A letter from Chattanooga , after speaking of the erection of a lofty flag-stan" on .the peak of Lookout Mountainj from whicli now floatsthe Old, Flag, says: I must tell you , an affecting little scene tha , t I witnessed when we first crossed Lookout about the 6th of September. We were inarching along at "route step" with our colors furled and in their black cases, when we perceived about a dozen of the fair sex in one of thos? everlasting southern porticos, watching us as we passed. "We bad got nearly by, whon^ onev of the young ladies stepped out to the |ro i»t and said , "Bovs, we want to see the old flag* Oh! sucha shout as went up; banners *oott unfurled, music struck up, the men took step, hate without number went into the air, and the hurrah lasted for a good hour, and the womett all cried. - '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

AMUSJJMEHT8. •' ¦ . SlGNos Blitz—To out Herod aHTfbrmer Herods of magicians, ventriloquists Sand humorists, seems to be the special province of :Siguor Blitz, and to ' render all man, woman and child-kind happy, apjiears to be his great mission. In this excellent work the merry Sig»br is greatly assisted by bis good lieutenants Bobby and the bircs, atfe the Temple " of Wonders, corner of Tenth-and Chestnut streets, bj»-an established succc»b. The Sienorpeiforms nightly, and upon every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon. The Cbibtxut. ^-To-night &lt; 'The Veteran' * will be given for-the last time. ; The Walkut « 'East Lynne'' Is the attraction hereto-night. ¦ -)' " '' Thb Akch — "Little Barefoot," ajn exquisitely charming piefce, will be given tdvnight,' with Obirlotte Tbojnpsott'as the heroine, sppported by Hill and Bobsdn; a favorite farce will close the entertainment. J - • it . . 1 / r- ~ 3^ ' ¦¦——— : A ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

BBB»jH WBaaaB«ropi»^«^W»»» ^asWBwaogi tSTTPHOLSTERY. tjj Promptness, Purity of Materials, Good Workmanship ' Low Charges. ' W. HENRY PATTEN, - — _jBl3 14P8 Chestnut street ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

TT7INTER^^ JfiOURlONG GOODS. W BESSONiSONV , Mdurnlna Store, No. 918 CHESTNUT street, have Si-store a large stock of seasonable goods. d£

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 2 February 1864

fHE WAB ^ ^Oa TI E OTION THE WAX IN THE WEST. . V St. Louis, Feb. 1.—A special despatch from Fort Smith to theDemocrat, of tbis city, says: General Thayer has been, assigned- to the command Of the District of the Frontier, heretofore commanded by General McNeil. "Over forty thousand negroes have beeu concentrated at various: towns in the interior of TexaSj-huidreds of whomare now dying from disease and starvation." ' ¦ , Thirty-eight Seminole Indians, who lately deserted from the rebels under iiagruder, have reached "VValdrbn, and represent that that. General was concentrating his army on the border of Louisiana, in anticipation of an attack from General Banks. : "A rumor is current 1jo-day that tbe&gt;-town of TValdron was captured yesterday by Price's forces. . "Waldron is seventy mifes south of this city. : ' ¦ ___- ' |THE WAR 15 THE SOUTHWEST. Buhtsville, Ala., Jan. 31.-—I have just ar-S rived from Chattanooga. Before I left there, Gen. Palmer had returneSi from a recb...

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