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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

CITY BULLETIN. Tko and a Half Tears. — Melancthon L. Rnth, 92.4; AbramC. Levy, S-3; Joseph H. Hunt, S3. =; Robert Mv Kid, 73.6; Matthew H. York, 75.1 Tuo Tears.— Samuel A. McKeever, 97.5; John Wallace Miller, 91.7: Robert M. Guv, SS 9; Geo. H. Huddell, £.-. 9; Benjamin N. Matin, 87.4: Emil Salinger. 62 3; DaTid O. Nimlet, il 9; Francis Joseph Rogers, 61.S; James McGough, SU.8; I saac L. R ic e 76.9: Samuels. Herman, 72.7 Total Certificates, is. * Grade NuiiUF.as abd Averages.—List of those who ' hare the highest Grade Averages of tAe vhole number of Sivdcnis.—Roberto K. Kennedy, Division A, grade average 99.8; William M. Spacfcman, A. 99.7: Edwin J. Houston,.A, 99 6; Ernest A. Farrington, E, 99.1; Robert Hall Ferguson. C, !».5; John B. Stnuffer, E, 93.3: George WalSley, A, SS.1; William H. Harding, D a-i.l: Clayton French Shoemaker. H,97.7; Richardson L. Wright, J r., C, 97.6; John H. Campbe'l, A, 97.3; Thomas W. Ayres, D 97.1; Edmund F. Krewson, A, 97.0; George H. Huddell, E,...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

HEWS FE0M MEXICO. [Correspondence ol theN. Y. Tribune.] Havana, Feb. e.—The British Royal Mail steamer Conway arrived yesterday afternoon bringing us dates from the City of Mexico to the 26th, and from Vera Croz to the 31st. By her wo have important newsif true, by which the cause o) Juarez has received such a blow as w ill render ihe occupation of Mexico an easier affair for the French than even they expected two months s i nce. The Sociedad says: ' 'On the 4th nit. , - atlO A. M., the authorities of the City of San Luis Pojosi gave in 1heir act of adhesion to the Intervention and the Empire. The Political Prefect offered the articles ot ihat document for discussion, which, without any distent, was unanimously accepted ana passed. " Now , as San Luis has been for some time occupied by the Franco-Mexican forces under Mejia, there can have been no other "authorities" than those of his own choosing,and ho would only have placed, or allowed to remain in authority, such as might b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

iry==» THE LAST CALL TO THE CITIZENS IJJ3 OF THE FIFTEENTH WARD.—A meeting will be held in the Baptist Church, EIGHTEENTH and SPRING GARDEN streets, THIS (Thursday) EVENING, at 8 o' clock. It will then be decided whether further efforts are to be made to avoida Draft in the Ward. We believe that S15,000 will furnish enough Volunteers to fill the -quota, i It is of the first importance that every man in the Ward liable to the Draft should assist in securing the means to pay Volunteers to All the ^uota. William Mann, G us t avus Rema k, Chas. P. Bower, Hiram Millsr, Joseph N. Persol, Ja s . B. N i c h o l son , Thomas Potterj" John A. Clark, Seth King, A . J: Lec hl er , Jos i a h L . Ha i nes , H enr y Dav i s , G-. F. Rothacker, Geo. S. Lockhart, John D. Smith, Jame s Dee h am. 1 M JO H N MURR A Y , Seventh Precinct. «¦==» LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE U^3 BOUNTY FUND of the NINTH WARD. Continued: j THTBD PnBOISCT. -George Earp, Jr., S25 00|L. Rains, S5 00 E. E. Rogers, 25 00 H. Ly...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

¦"—— — ¦' ' ¦ ¦-^MTMsr Com Weaxiteb. Again.—It Imb " becctne' quite cold again, yet Oakford & Sc4t& will con> tinue to sell their splendid Furs at rednte'd prices,-under the Continental. Funs ai Costs—Oakford & Sons.Cwriinentel' Hotel. " ¦ ¦ ¦ . . .. - : LuxuniocB. —The army has brougl£' into fashion the Briar-root, the Meerschaum acetniany other fancifnl styles of Pipes but no innovation.' can alter thb admiration entertained by tifeteful smokersfor Kin-Ne-No-Ne-Aw, the.famous Tobacco used bythe North American Indiaos,no8bnlyas a luxurious sedativebut also for its healthful' qualities. It contains, ' besides fine tobaeco, odorous roots, Acwhich assist in giving "it a delicate and delicious flavor. We consider it' equal to the finest "Lynchburg' * which couM. ' nave been brought from " Virginia previous to the outbreak ofthe war, and.superior to "Searfalatti," or tbe redoubtable Turkish article; For-' sale by E. H. Hunt 511 Chestnut Street, and by al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

PORT 0? PHILADELPHIA, FEBcVgASY 10 Q49- See Marine Bulletin on Second Page. ARRIVED THIS DAT. Schi Lucy L Sharp, Mayhew,, S -dsys from Charleston Bar-, in ballast to Captain. S«hr Mary Ann Magee, Magee, s days.from Newb ern NO. in ballastto Tyler a Co. Schr J C Baxter, Pr i ce , 7 days from Beaufort, NO. in ballast to Captain. Sehr Alexander Young,Young,5 days from Washington, in ballast to Tyler & Co. Sehr P Boyee, Boyee, S days frsm Port Royal, in ballastto Captain. Schr Harper, Coombs, u dayB from Baltimore, in ballastto J E Bazlevi Co. C i ty Ice Boat Kelly.from Boz&ay Hook, 3 hour*, having towed thereto the ship New Eagland,bound to Pensaeola. _ BELOW. Bark David Lapsley, from JPort Royal. CLEARED THIS DAx. Bark S D Ryerson, Healy, Cork, H L Foster A Co. Brig Eliza Ann (Br), Johnson, Cardenas, J ETJailey&Co. Schr Spray, Kroost, Halifax, O O Van Hon, WENT.TOSEA. -^ The bark A l, hence, far San Francisco, went to sea 8th inst. MEMORANDA. Ship Agces...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

AMUSEMENTS. THZUmxAKUriiu tror ash weanesaay tne attendance at the Academy iast evening was remarkably good. La Dame Blanche was performed in admirable style, and its cEarming melodies gave great delight Mme. Johannsen did her part satisfactorily. Mme. Fredarici looked and sang beautifully. Her lovely ballad, sung at the spinning wheel, was heartily applauded. Mile. Oanissa, as ' > Jenny,'' did her best, but that is not vei y g»od. Mr. Hermanns was excellent as ' •Gaves'.on." The great part of the opera is that of ' George Brown," and in this Mr. Habelmann appeared to great advantage. His first cavatina, best known by its French words, ,"Ah quelplaitir date loldat," was sung brilliant' y, and in the last scene , where the qaa ' int air of "Robin Adair'* is introduced, he was remarkably effective. The concerted pieces of the opera were well done, and one delicious trio was encored. The orchestra was exi ellent as usual. La Dame S lancht will always draw well when Habelma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

mm IIIMIII—1—MMb»i—¦¦»—¦—a n rsp- TWENTY-SECOND WARD BOTJNTY Lt3 FUND.—The Central Cbmmifte ' e, oa Boun ty Fund for the Twenty-Second ward, at* meeting beid WEDNESDAY EVENING-, 10th instant? repolved to pay the sum of TWENTY-FIVE DOLLAR S t o eac h recru it t hat ma y b e h ereaf t er mustered in and credited to the quota of said ward. B. D. DUNNING. fen,tb,sa,tu,?t* . -¦ Sec. pro. tem. nr== NOTICE.— AN ADJOUEN ED MEETING tjjf of the Stockholders of the Philadelphia and (jiay's TFerry^Fassenger Railway Go. will he held at the office of the Company, northwest corner of Twenty-third and South streets, on MONDAY, February 15th, 1864. at 4 o'clock, P. M. The object of the meeting is to consider an act upon the report of the Committee appointed by the Stockholders at their last meeting on the 1st instant. By order of the Committee, fell-3tj B. P. BROWN, Jr., Chairman. rr=» APPLICATION WILL BE MADE TO lk2 <he Managers of the MERCANTILE LIBKARY COMPANY, for renewal of Certificate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

THE ABHY OF THE POTOMAC. [Uorrespondenee or tne new York Herald, j Aiuiy ov tiib Potomac, Fe b, 10,1654. —Mosby was on the old Bull Run battle field yesterday, with 300 men. The guerillas skirmished with our pickets near Mana s sas last evemnir. Captain Seabury, Adjutant General on General Owen ' i staff, led a small column which first crosse d Mor t on ' s For d, and made a gallant charge on the Tebel pickets. Lieut. Shields, of Gen. Hay's staff, was shot through the lungs, but will recover, i PERSONAL. General Grant, in a private letter to E. B. Washburnewritten after the resolution reviving the grade of lieutenant-general was introduced into the House, says: • 'You should recollect that 1 have been highly honored already by the G-ovenrment, and do not a»k, or feel that I deserve, anything more in the shape of honors or promotion; a success over the enemy is what I crave aboveevcryfhingelseand desire to hold such an influence over those ui der my command as to enable me is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

PHTLAJJSLPHIA MARKETS. Thursday, Feb. 11.—The receipts of all descriptions of Breadstaffs continue extremely light but the market is devoid of spirit. For Flour there fa very little shipping demand and only 1000 barrels low " grade and choice Penna. and Ohio extra family sold at *7©7 75 $1 barrel, and 200 barrels; choioe extra at *7 35. Small sales for the supply of the retailers and -bakers at $6 25@6 63K V barrel for low grade and choice superfine ^ $5 75@7 12J£ for extras' , VI 2ogS for extra family and at Higher rates for fancy lots—according to quality. In Rye Flour and Corn Meal there ib nothing doing to fix quotations, and ofthe latter there is very little stock here to> operate. The Wheat market Is inaetvre and the sales have been limited at $1 65@1 SS ^ bushel for good. Penna. a nd S out h ern Red , and 91 SSS1 95 for White. Small sales of Rye at $132@l 35. Corn is in fair re q uest at y e s terda y's figures; but there is not much, coining forjvard. Sales of 3...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

DIED. CHAMPION—On Wednesday, Feb. 10th, William, eldest son of John B. and Nancy Coulter Champion. The relatives ard friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral from the residence of bis parents, Walnut Lane, Germantown. on Satur d a y af t ernoon , 13th instant, at 3 o'clock. ** PRAGER—February 9th, Miss Harriet Prager. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to: attend the funeral from the residence of lier Eister, Mrs. Charlotte Binney, No. 1835 Ohestmut street, on Friday morning, at 10 o' clock. * SHORTRIDGE—On Wednesday morning, John Kundlet; only child of N. Parker and Elizabeth J. ShortMdge, aged 4 years. Thefc-Iends of the family are invited to attend ¦the funeral from his father's residence, Low e r Merion, on Friday12th instant, at 2%P. M. Interment at the Woodlands. Carriages will leave the office of Mr. D. P. Moore, No. 829 Vlue st., at ¦one o' clock, precisely.' ** SMALL—On Tuesday morning, Captain Wm. Swain Small, ofthe 26th Regt. Penna. Vols.,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

Pbesbttemaji Basher—This old and widely circulated religions journal is again under the editorial control of Bev. James Allison, assisted by Professor Robert Patterson, Revs. David and Isaac McKinney having retired from the editorialship ofthe paper., The editor in again resuming his responsible and arduous position; says : " It will be our united aim and efibrt-to make the Banner such a religious newspaper ss the advance of the world, the progress of the Presbyterian ChurcHJ and" the growth of all Evangelical Churphes, demand and merit. Our endeavor will be to build up the Church; to instruct, comfort and encourage the people of God; to-«fi ' ow the evil of sin and the beauty of holiness: to diffuse the light of Christian joy and hope in every household to which we may be welcomed." " The Banner has alwaySbeen a Tiigh-toned journal, a. zealous advocate ofthe religious tenets of the denomination of which it is the organ, and liberal to its cotemporaries who may honestly differ wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

BYEMNG BULLETIN PIACOCI, CHAMBERS & GO., PEOPBIBTOR8, 112 B0BTH TURD STBEEI?! PHILADELPHIA: TBRKB OF STJBSOBIPTK)N.i The BCLunrnt lc served to Subscribers In the City at 18 cents per week, payable to the carriers, or 53 (9 1 si annum. BATIK 09 ADVBETIfclHa. Half Sqnars, 1 time.8 25 1 Square, 2 weeks..S3 Si 1 Square, 1 time..... 50 1 Square, 1 month.. 5 OB 1 Square. S times.... 75 1 Square, 2 months. 8 00 £SquarB,'S times....1 60 1 Square, 3 months. 11 00 1 Square, lwask....l 75J1 Square, 6months.2B 06 Six lines constitute one square; three lines or less half a square.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

TEE WAR IN NORTH CAROLINA. SHB [Correspondence of the New York Times. ] Kewbbis, N. C., Sunday. Feb 7, 1664.—The ndicitions justrfv the assertion that the rebels have retreated. That they came in force, expected to capture Newborn, were foiled and obliged to retire, is certain. With regard to the number of their army, let it be noted in the first place that the prisoners taken, say 150 in all, represent 18 differen'regiments, as follows: IstNorth Carolina Battalion; Sth, 21st, 25th, 49th, 51st North Carolina infantry; During's Battery, Virginia artillery, 9th, 11th, 14th, 15th, 17th, 21th, 29ih, 3sth, 53d, 57th Virginia infan'ry, 21st Georgia Infantry. There is good reason to believe that Maj.-Gen. Pickett, Brig.-Gens. Ransom, Hope, Rhett, Shaw and Hood werewith their brigades. Hoo d ' s cook has escaped, and is within our lines. I saw him to-day. Their plan seems to have been to attack us by land and water, at Batchelor's Creek, near the Neuse River, Brier's Creek, S.C., near the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

COUETS. surniMB uovst—J usuces xnompson, strong. Read and Agnew.—The Philadelphia list was before the Court and No. Ot was reached. Nisi Pkitjs—Chief Justice Woodward.—Palethorp vs. Hershley Jc Bergner. Before reported. Verdict for defendants. Owing to the absence of witnesses the court was obliged to adjourn at an early hour. District Ootjkt—Judge Sharswood.—William Singerly vs. E. A. Hansieker. An action to recover tor certain articles fdrnithed for defendant On trial. Richter vs. Hilton. Btfore reported. Verdict for plaintiff for J1S4 76. DirtbictCoukt—Judge Stroud.—Ignatius Lutz vs. Christian D. Flick. An action to recover damages for injuries received by plaintiff, who was assaulted by defendant. Jury out " Elizabeth Bnrbage vs. H. Simmons. Au action to recover for wages. CIuabter Sbbsioks—Judge Ludlow. The court was engaged with petty cases..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

flETTEBAL KXLLEY'S DEPARTMENT. HXAtKll'^KTBSS, DlTPAItTllBST OF W«8TBEH VinsixiA, Feb. 10, 1864.—Twenty.five refugees came >n in one squad to General Sullivanto-day. They are from Page and Shenandoah counties. These refugees tell sad tales of the workings of the rebel Conscription law. They say a Georgia regiment is enforcing the conscription in that kectlon of country where they resided, and that these Georgians shoot down every man who is caught in an attempt to escape Deserters in large numbers continue to arrive at all eur military posts along the line. From twenty-five to thirty deserters arrive at New Creek every day. One party of • refugees who passed through Beverly report a band of refugees three hundred strong masicg their way to our lines. The cattle and shi>ep that General Robert Lee claims General Hosser to haveeaptured, were taken from citizens' residences situated very many miles from our lines. This speaks for itself.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

The Vacakct in thb Sbnatb.—We learn that Dr. Thomas St. Clair, an old physician of the borough of Indiana, has been selected as the Administration candidate for the State Senate, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Major "Wurte. Tho election takes p lace on the 19th inst. :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

Cold Wbathbk—The weather has become very cold again. This morning at daylight the thermometer stood at fourteen degrees above zero. There is a probability that the ice dealers will be able to harvest a second crop of their cold commodity, if they need it, . i ¦ '" ' .!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

¦a-rp HO:LSTEEY - (U Promptness, Purity of Materials, 7 Good Workmanship -Low Charges. W. HENRY PATTEN jg!3 1408 Chestnut street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 11 February 1864

TTITIHTEB MOURNING GOODS. , W BESSON & SON, Mournlnc 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 — 11 February 1864

TBAVELJNG GUIDE. " M psassa.ifi ifcM—P h'n«Mi/Vi« ifflpKll^ CENTRAL RAILROAD. l^lm.AitKL PHIA TO PITTSBURGH. 350 MILES DOUBLE TRACK! THE SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST. Trains leave the Depot at Eleventh and Market streetsas follows: JMailTainat....... 8.00A. M. Fast Line at...... 11.40 " Through Express It..... ^ il0.30P. M. Parksburg Traio a ..1.00 " Harrisbnrg Accunmortation at. 12.30 '' Lancaster Train at .......: 4.00 «' • The Through Expi ^ssTrain runs daily—all the other trains dailv except Sunday. FOR PITTSBURGH AND THE WEST. The Mail Train, Fast Line and Through Ex. press connect at Pittsburgh with through trains on all the diverging roads from that point, North to the Lakes, West to the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, and South and Southwest to all points accessible by railroad. INDIANA BRANCH RAILROAD. The Through Express connects at Blairsvllle Intersection with a train on this Road for Blairsvllle, Indiana, &c. - EBENSBURG AND CRESSON BRANCH .RAILROAD. The Throu...

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