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

FOE SALE ANTV TO Ll?'i' . ' M~ *Si£,§,* i'V— i>'eaiHit'ulandcouveui'int™esa CO UN THY RESIDENCE, with" fineS** lain, Stabiles, &c.; Garden Orchard, Sprm ^ House,-und.aboist three'aews'ofLaad, oh Chester Road, about lj.j utiles helow larby Passang.-r Rail why terminus;. For fnilher particulars, ad. die?s or apply to f" JOHN H. WEEKS, feC-Gt* S. W. corner Fifth aud Noble, MA LARGEANDFUSNISHED COUNTRY SEAT to rent for the summer, on the Lcjhb Tavern road, wi'h a lanre Vegetable Garden aad an -abundance of fruit, consisting of Grapes, PearsApples, and Straw, Black and Raspberries; also two fresh cows: an ice-house filled, and about 5 acres of land. Will bo let to a private family only; none others need apply. Rent SI, 000. Enquireof C. N. WHARTON, No. 274 South Third street. fe6-3t* FUR--^iiX,E A COUNTRY SEAT, with forty acres of Land, near Lin wood Station, on the Baltimore Railroad, eighteen miles from Philadelphia. The house commands.an exte ' nBive view of the D...

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

XXXVIIITH C ggflBSSS—FIBST SBSSIOg, CLOSE OF XEKTEKDAT'S P11O0EED1KG8. SEX" ATE. Mr. Anthony introduced a joint resolution repealing a joint resolution to amend the Constitution ol the United Stales, as. tuito.ws: ResolvedBy the Senate and House'of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled, That the.-'«'joint resolution to amend tbe Constitution of the United States,"5 approved March id, 1SG1, b ' e-and the same is h-reby repealed. Referred to the Committee on the Judiciarv. Mr. Anthony said that God could mike even tbe wrath of man toprniEeHim. The repeal of tbe resolution would gain us not only tho. favor of the world, bnt of Heaven.- This Would open np a certain way for the ' downfall of slavery. If he had been asked, a few years ago, - whether he would have voted to batter down, the walls of Sumter or invade Virginia, he would have answered no! Yet, more has been done, because they have m-dde it necessary who entered this unholy rebellion, tbat the walls ...

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

-• BUSINESS OABPa. : CjECOND NATIONAL JiAJNJi Oi" -fhllii-D DELPHIA. " -' r FRANKFORD Caeitai. 5100,000; with the privilege of increasingto S50U.CW). . : .-,-- . . -. .-NATHAN HILLES, president; WILLIAM H. R.H AWN, Cashier, late of ihe Philadelphia Bank. ¦ DiuEOrous: ... . ", ¦ Nathan Hilles, - -. . Lewis Shallcross George W. Rhawn, Charles E. Kreiner, Simon R. ^nyder, Benjamin Rowland, Jr., Ed-ward Hay es, Benjamin H. Deacon, . John Cooper. The Second National Bank of Philadelphia is now open at No. 134 Main street, Frankford, for the transaction of aGeneral Banking Business upon the usual terms. Collections upon all accessible points will be made upon liberal terms. Respectfully, W. H. RHAWN, fe3-3m4 Oasher. 6EO. O. STABDHBIDQB. JJ.W. EVUEMAJK. QTANDBRIDGE & CO., ' BANKERS AND EXCHANGE BROKERS, No. 40 South THIRD street, PHILADELPHIA. STOCKS AND BONDS BOTJGHT'AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Uncurrent Bank Notes and City Warrants bought at tlie lowest rates of'discount. ja2...

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

^(JOKKLKS. ALME RIA GRAPES.—Choice Almeria Grapes In large clusters and first order, for sale by M. f. SPILLIN, N. W. corner Arch and Eighth streets. OFFEE-— Prime o'd Government Java Coffee; alco, Maracaibo, La Guavra, Rio, &c, for sule by M. F. SPILLIN, N. W. corner Arch and Eighth streets. ACCARONI AND VERMICELLI—Italian Maccaroni and Vermicelli of superior quality just landed and for sale by M. jF. SPILLIN, N. W. corner Arch and Eighth streets. CHAMPAGNE.—Heidsieck & Co., Giesler is Co., Yin Royal and Grape Leaf, for sale by SIMON COLTON & SON, S. W- corner Broad and Walunt streets. ABED PEACHES.—Pared Peaches of the very finest quality, for sale by the barrel or pound by SIMON COLTON & SON, S. W. corner Broad and Warnilt streets. ' ALAD OIL Latour's celebrated Oil and Virgin Oil of Aix, in white bottles, fer sale by SIMON COLTON & SON, S. W. corner Broad and Walnut streets. HOICE HAMS.—Cincinnati covered Hams, jnst received and for sale...

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

THE PENNSYLVANIA LE&ISLATlTBE. j - Hakbisbtoo , Feb 8 Senate not in-session. House.;— The House met at Hall-past six o'oclock. A number of petitions were presented for allowing passenger cars to run on Sundays. Mr. Wells presented a resolution stating that the ' eorn crop of the country is deficient, and that agricultural labor is scarce, therefore, Resolved, That the Judiciary Committee be instructed to prepare a bill prohibiting the manufacture of whiskey from corn. Passed. The following bills were them introduced^ via : An act incorporating the Fairmonnt Park passenger railway to run on Twenty-fifth street, from Spring Garden, to Pennsylvania avenue, and thence over Columbia bridge; by Mr. Sbarpe, an act for the payment of damages caused by the lato •rebel raid; by Mr. McManus, an act far the relief of a certain college in Philadelphia, which passed. Adjourned. Fieed Imto.—The steamer Emma was fired into on tie 6th inst., fifteen miles below Hele"na, Ark., with shells f...

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

" TkRAIN PIPE—Montgomery Terra Gotta JL> Works: _ Price List for 1864. 2 inch pipe per 3 feet length 30 cents. 3 inch pipe per 3 feet length 38 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 fnrnish stone-ware drain pipe, glazed inside and outside, from -2 to 15inches in diameter, in large or small quantities, with aU varieties of Traps, Bendaand other connections. Liberal discount to the trade. __ McCOLLIN & R.HOADS, a22 1221 Market street, Philadelphia. OAL-—SUGAR LOAF, BEAVEB, MEADOW and Spring Mountain Lehigh Coal, and best Locust Mountain tram SchuylkHl, prepared expressly tor family use. Depot, N. W. cornel EIGHTH and WILLOW streets. Offlce, No. Ill Sonth SECOND street mhOT J. WAMON * CO.

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

OABPETINQS, &Q. CARPETINGS, OILCLOTHS, AND DRUG CrETS, WILTON, 1 VELVET, BRUSSELS, THREE FTLY, > CARPETINGS. INGRAIN, VENETIAN, HALL and STATU, , - All at tbe lowest cash prices, for sale by RL. KNIGHT * SON mart Off Chestnut stent.

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

TNDIA ^xrBTBES— ^ A<3H^E— BELTINO JL STEAM BACKING HOSE, io. ^Engineers and dealers wiU And a FULLi ASSORTMENT OF GOODYEARAS1 PATENT VTTLOANIZED BTJBBER BELTING, PACKIN^HOSE, *c, at th. Manufac^rer^Head m - 309 Chestnut street, South side. W. B. We have a NEW and OHBAP ARTICLE of GARDEN and PAVEMENT HOSE, very cheap, to wnlohth* attention of the pnblla » called. 00»

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

DENTISTS* . 4lJg_.J DR. FINE. PRADTIOAL DENTIST Wglforthelatt^ent^aVs SlS-^NEStreer, befowThird, Inserts the most beanttfol TEETH ol the agemounted on fine Gold, Plattna, Silver, Vulcanite, Coralite, Amber, *c, at prloesloi neat and substantial work, more rewmabiotftBiB any Dentist in this oifr or State. Teeth plnggea to lastftr life. Artificial Teeth repaired^ suit. No pain In extracting. AUworK warranted to fit, Reference, bastmlllas. fa jegj-3nU _

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

GOTTON EATL DUCK, COTTON OANVAB, of every weight »«f1 ( ?^?VTOf,,rt M numbers: heavy and U*ht BAVJSWS OTOK ASHLAND TOPSAIL and other Awning TwlUs *. WSS6 *T ^ |&UN * €».,/ ; in36^7 * 8> 1» jMU»'«»U«r. ;

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

AFTER THE WAR. During the progress of the warm wmen the country has been involved through the wickedness of slaveholders, and the unbounded ambition and vile treachery of Southern politicians, one -question has caused much anxious thought among reflecting people. This question was as to what would be the effect of throwing back into society hundreds of thousands of men who have been accustomed to cspip life, who have acquired roving and irregular habits, who will dislike to settle down to steady, quiet and, unexciting employment in the harvest field and the workshop, and who will be restive under the restraints of civil authority. The demoralizing effects of war would, it was thought, follow many of " these disbanded soldiers to their homes, and they would no longer be good citizens or useful members of society. "We have had a foretaste of what will be the effect of the disbanding of the greater "part of the Union anny,furriished us by the recent return home of many thousand...

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

INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE ; STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, r OFFICE, Nos. 4 and 5 EXCHANGE BTJILDINCx, North Side of Walnut fctreet, between Dock and Third Sueets, Philadelphia. Statement of the Assets Ot said Company, February 1st, 1S61, published • in conformity with the provisions of the Act of Assembly of April 5, ibis. FAB VALUE. VALUE ON BOOKS Mortgages. 803,500 All of which are first Mortr £ages upon property in this City '. »53;500 01} JLoan. Bonds. $50,000 United States Government 6 percent 1&J1, at - - - - 95 47,50a 00 25,000 U.S Gov. 7 3-10 per cent at 102 *5,WO 10 10,000 City of Pittsburgh, 6~- p-r cent., at 71 21,300 to 15, 000 HarrisbEr*, Portsmouthflic Joy and lanca-ster Railroad Co.,6 per cent- at^,. t8 14,700 00 15,000 Pennsylvania Railroad Co. 6 per cent, at 102 13,330 00 15.750'City of Philadelphia G per " cent, at 97 15.27" 50 10,413 13 City of Phi.a. 5 per ct at fc3 b,G12 7J 10,000 Lehieh Coal and Navigation Co, 6 per cent, a- 103 10,300 00 10,000 North P...

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

BtraxNBBJLJgHggg ' " ¦¦- * '%fe |N|S| IN THE FAMILY. ^S^a fS^s w-»?SS5«k apply it at onceand that is ""??" „-„ Throat. suitf. Those"- who are seized wli N1 ™';™ Hoareehess Diphtheria Iufl uenza, Colds,Oongns, Pains and Aches, Rheumatism Neuralgia, uniu •«Ts«»»r or anv other disease where lnere ^ PainhrTnflainmaiion ,should apply the Beady Re-^^rfiKSsSssSs* Dyits use in Croup, Scarlet *evei, hon3e, jftarrhtea, *c. Keep this ™™tf'Jr ot and no and use it when pain ib complained or, ^"" serious sickness will follow, by Druggists Br. Badway'.Medicines^^a^^ofB" •rery where. Maiden Lane, New York. «KAIR DYEL HAIR DYE'.!'. HAIR SfElH—BATCHELOK'S celebrated HAIR SYB it tht belt in the World. The only Harmless, Shu and BeKabU Dye known. This Bplendid Hair 5Sy» Is perfect—changes Red, Rusty or Grey Hair, iastanuy to a Blosry Black or .Natural Brown, with-3nt injuring the Hair or Staining the skin, leaving 3 ft* hair soft and beautiful; imparts fresh vitality, iracnsntly restoring its prist...

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

. t - COU3HS. COLDS, CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLliS, CONSUMPTION.S OOUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION. *eOl'Ok/& COLOS, CONSUMPTION ^ DR. SWAYKES COMPOUND SYRUP WILD _ CHERRY, i DR?SWAYNE'S OOMPnUND SYE^Ji* WILD J CHERRY, Jesssas *'^ BBC SWAYNE'S COMPOUND S^OKErPWILD CHERRY, Xi DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYBJBP WILD CHERRY, & DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD CHERRY, CURES ALL COMPLAINTS CUKES ALL COMPLAINTS CURES ALL COMPLAINTS CURES ALL COMPLAINTS UU»ES ALL COMPLAINTS OF THETMKOAT, BREAST AND LUNGS, OF THE IMROAT. BREAST AND LUNGS. OF THE/THROAT, BKEV-T AND LUNGS OF THE THROAT, BR HAST AND LUNGS. OF THE THROAT, BKEAST. AND I.UNGS. A^trial of many years has proved to the -world that this remecy is more' efficacious than any hitherto xnown t* mankind. F. r Bronchitis,Sore Throat, iAfthm.i. it is a sovereign remedy. For ihe weak and debilitated, it acts as a strengthening alterative. Prepared orTiy hv DR. SWAYNE * SON, 330 NortlTSixth street, Phil ^delphi...

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

CARTES DE VISlTE. —The style, execution and ' linish of fhose^mxle by REIMER, SEl'OND street, above Gr.'on, elicit the admiration cf nil. Secure them without (May. 11 E-i-NLi'S'i Eu VtThKiNc .aud others will V find several stylos of Camp Knives, with Furks :tnd Spuons, and a variety of Pocket Knives :ind other Hardware, atTRUsMAM & .SHAW'S, Nc. Si5 rEight Thirty-flve) Market street, below N'n-h. Y ' (<V O.-iNMIT HELP ADMIBIMG THOSE SPLENDID PORTRAITS. Thef are such EUikingLiKenessrs. Life-sizp PHOTOGRAPHS, in oil co.ors. at B. F. REI.UER'S, tiilAROti sireet. PJIltO W U.S. —fcrickiay-rs', plasterers' Ma-L sons' Pointing, Mining and Garden rrowcl<, for sale by TKUtflAN 4 SHAW, Jo. d35 (Eight TuiTiy-n ' vo) Market street, below Ninth. B "_ Y ~ oT>Ds, THE PR t:TTf»:ST oTYLES iOF PHTT'RES MADE, are B. F. BEIJIER S 1VOBYTYPES. —their Eoltncss and tiesh, warm coloring, cani.ot be nj-elle.!. 6J1 AKi'H street. FOR SALE.—A beauululiy loca.ed HIT OF LAND comainui...

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

EVENING BULLETIN TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1864. - THE SPRING CAMPAIGN. movements oi armies an lore u.ne ^ our - shadow an early and an active spring campaign. The movement in Mississippi, under Stood to be directed against Mobile, is already in progress. In Louisiana and Texas there is also a good deal of important work actually in progress. The ' armies in East Tennessee and North Georgia are not idle; but until the return of the veteran regiments, with their ranks filled up, it is not to be expected that they will do much beyond maintaining their positions. In the meantime, the repairing of the railroads and bridges and the forwarding of supplies are going on briskly, and General Grant, when he docs move, will move with energy, as he always does. Kecent movements in Virginia have led the people to expect important results, but these expectations, we regret to say, are disappointed. A good plan has failed. The plan appears to have been this: While the Army of the Potomac, makin...

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

BECRTJirrNG AND DESERTION. If half of what is reported from Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas is correct, the rebel armies must be losing not less Xhan a thousand men in a week by desertions ^ to our ranks. The deserters that do notVomc to us, but take refuge in tbe mountains or escape to their homes, must be nearlyXas numerous. No nAn^printiAT,nnn \\t\ o„f«TvSA«l tl»nf If ill mnl'f l\/1 fe\/ l * ,. * .U.>V.. L».U ..I... ..V w..w.VM,^ .. .. U.UUV up for such deplctionys ' , | While-the rebels are thus losing soldiers, the Union armies are filling up, b y volunteering alone, in a remarkable manner. In Philadelphia there are about one thousand men enlisted every week, and there is,,corresponding activity throughout the Eastern States, the large bounties offering temptations that workingmen cannot well resist. In- tbe "Western States there is still more active recruiting. The re-enlistments of old regiments as " veterans" is also a most gratif...

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

Sole Agent lor G. A. PRINCE & CO.'S World-Renowned Melodeons, HARMONIUMS AND DRAWING-ROOM ORGANS. " ERNEST GABLER'S, RAVEN & BACON'S,! HALLET, DAVIS & OO.'S, jall-3mrp$ CELEBRATED PIANOS. (gMgag&ntsB coniiisuT tUflii iu«iflu.-fSStetlgSKBlr. O. E. SARGENT'S order* foi IT 0 I f'Tnnlng and Repairing Flanos are r: aeived at Mason & Oo.'s Store, 907.CHESTNU1 • treet, only. Mr. Sargeant has had Eleven Year.' factory experience In Boston, and Five Tear*' ofcj .mployment In Philadelphia. SPECIAL—Plane* re-leathered to sound a* toft and iwut-tumd ft new, vtithout removing. Terms for tnnina. *1. , oo.U-Rmr»» . " LWigWliiMMu '"'*"¦• "rm*W PTrifTfi WimTT I aWSpHH FACTURING COMPANY have V If • I I * their factory .and wnrerooma101" WALNUT street, always a most beantlfnl assortment of their unrivalled PIANOS, which thej ¦ell at the lowest cash prices or on Instalments. Give us n call before purchasing •luwhere, ami •very satisfaction and guarantaa will b»...

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

RtMOVAL. . .„ J OHN O. BAKER hasrereoTed from 154 North Third street to 71S MARKET street. Particular attention will be givena to the manufacturing and bottling of his celebrated Cod Liver Oil. . John C. Baker a Co.' sMedicinal Cod Liver Oil has for many years had a repntation ^ for genuinenpss, freshness purity and sweetness, -which has made the demand universal. In this honse, 71S Mnrket btr ™ the facilities for obtaining, mann-Jacraring and bottling are greatly increased, and i= in done under tbe most careful supervision or . the oriefnal and sole proprietor. This brand of Oil bSi therefore, advantages over allotheis, and. 'rec ' °"oHN O. ' BAKER, Wholesale Druggist jaje. tb. s. tn . No. 718 Market street. ' . _' H'iTOEES! W A T O HE S J ' /%2t\ WATCHES!—500 fine GOLD and-JL X SILVER WATCHES, by the most ap- . t 45 %» proved makers, for sale at one- half thensual prices at the Broker'scorner of THIRD and G£ SKI I J- streets, below Lombard. ja28-lmrpH-¦TVATOMS, WATCHES, WATCHES,...

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

THE PRESS IN DIXIE. The Richmond Examinir of the Gtlrinst. says that the Confederate Congress has got into a pet with the newspaper men, and will conscript all parties connected with the journals, below 45, making it necessary to Suspend all the papers except such as are necessary tg execute the "Government printing. There are now about thirty papers published in the Confederacy. It is not to be wondered that these desperate traitors fee!antagonistic to the press, even shackled as it has ever been in the South. The simplest and plainest attempt to give the mere facts of the day as they occur in rebeldom has a disastrous effect on the plans and hopes of the leading traitors, and even thirty poor, weak " half sheets," printed on bad paper and with battered old type can do much towards . engulfing Davis and " all Ms minions in ruin. When rebel papers copy even scattered and meagre accounts from the loyal press, they give heavy blows at the fabric of treason, ana should they be al...

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