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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

The {Jabboxdau: Fever We regret to state that there seems to he no abatement of the fever over the mountain. Indeed,-from all accounts, it must be on the increase, and what furnishes occasion for additional anxiety is the fact that adnltsiare now being numbered amongits victims. A: gentleman, just returned from a visit to the city, informs us that there were twelve funerals on Saturday last, and we are told that in a single day the undertakers of the place took orders for thirty coffins. We ' aro gratified to learn that effective steps are. being taken to arrest, as soon as possible, the further progress of the disease, which has thus far appeared to baffle entirely the skill of the resident physicians. The Delaware, and Hudson Canal Company, through their President, G. T. Olyphant, Esq., have engaged the sonices of tha best medical talent of New York) and sent it at their own expense into the infected, district. Among the latest victims of the terrible scourge is Mr. Henry Stone,...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

A Dead Shot.—What is a dead shot ? He only can be called this who can bring down, with "unerring precision, an October or November partridge whenever it offers a fair chance; that is, whenever it rises within certain range. This dead shooting must be done, too, lio matter what the line of flight taken by the bird, whether transverse, curved, rectilineal, oblique, or otherwise, to right or left, to or" from the sportsman. Furthermore, the game must be bagged, or it will not be considered killed. Too many sportsmen of small shooting powers, in whom the principal of truth is ' im.-perfectly developed, come home with a beggarly array of of game, insisting, howeTer, that they shot and killed numerous birds, whose carcasses, for reasons unsatisfactory to persons at home, they could not secure. This will nop: do any longer. The law is prommgated—no. same is considered kiUed that, . is not bagged.> A general in our time •occasionally, slays**: army of the enemy, but neglects to jag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

;E¥1MING BULLETIN , P1AOT, CHAMBERS & GO., PBQPiSIBTQRS. m E0OTH TiHED STEEET, PHILADELPHIA: .- ' ¦ - TSS35S OF SUBSCHlPTION.f The E0i.iJaTH5 Is served to Subscribers in the «ity at is csnts per week, payable to the carriers, or 98 68 ysr annum. J&ATEB OP ADVBETIfarE&. • "Salf Square, X time.* 25 1 Square, 2 weeks..83 25 1 Square, Itiias..... (50 1 Square, 1 month.. 5 W 1 Square, s times.... 75 1 Square, a months. 8 06 1 Square,'! times....1 00 1 Square, 3 months. 11 08 X Square1 week....! 75 1 Square, 6 months.2e OS Six lines constitute one square; three lines or less hail a Bqaars. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

The Senatobiai. Vacasct.—The Indiana County dmtrican contains the order issued to> the Sheriff of that county by Speaker Penney, directing him to call a special election on the nineteenth of February, to fill the vacancy occasioned by " the resignation of Major Harry White. Tho members of tho Union County Committee of Indiana are to Meet on Monday next, to select Conferees to meet tboso ftortv Armstrong county. ' J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

COUETS. Sutwoib COL-ET—Justices Thompson, Strong, Bead and Agnew No. 83 on the Philadelphia list was reached this morning. ¦ -« - n«.»iri Nisi Pnit/s-Ohief Justice Woodward,--David O'Harra vs. John BayUs^n actionto recover the vahieof certain fornitureof a restaurant, i». fence. Payment . * ^~~^ \*. ' - ' ^ Nothing "was done in the other courts.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

UPHOL STEBT. Promptness, Purity of Materials, ~ Good Workmanship Jjow Charges, i . W. HENRY PATTEN iVis .. 14IB Chestnut street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

, WTMTEB MOTJKNING GOODS. BESSON&SON, Mourninc Store, No. 918 CHESTNUT street. nave In store a large stock of seasonable goods." d3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

11 - TRAVELING GUIDE. Sl@^^? SB-—P ENNSYJLVa. N1A gpg-e^gSSg^g CENTRAL RAILROAD. 1-^TDnTELPHIA TO PITTSBURGH • 350 MILES DOUBLE TRACK ' THE SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST. Trains leave the Depot at Eleventh and Market streets, as follows: :viailTainat....... .; 8.60A.M. Fast Line at...... 11.40 " " ' Through Express at ., ...10.30P. M. purksburgTrain a.... . ........... 1^10 " I) arrisburg AccL.nmodation at. 2.30 «' Lancaster Train at. 4.09 " The Through Exp* -es Train runs daily—all the other trains daily except Sunday. FOR PITTSBURGH AND THE WEST. . The Mail Train, Fast Line and Through Ex. pTess 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, ard South and Southwest to all points accessible by railroad. INDIANA BRANCH RAILROAD. The Through Express connects at Blairsville Intersection with a train on this Road for Blairsville, Indiana, &c. EBENSBURG AND ORESSON BRANCH RAIL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

that tne is ADVICES PEE; v7ASHIKGT0IT. It is stated ^umsu.^-royernmenx annrr-hasfd a powerful -iron -clad vessel on ' the Clyde wltich whs repovtfd to have been const! ucted for the Confederates. It is announced ttiat. the Great Eastern will be j.erentptorily sold at auction on the 17th instant,; unless previous;y.disposed of by private contract.: Jt is officially confirmed that Austria and Prussia have refused 'he application of Denmark fur a delay Ol rt month or six vieelts in marching their troops, and th;it the Prussian troops entered Kiel on the 25th ' , tlie Saxons having withdrawn. They also ordered the withdrawal of Dnke Augnstenbnrg's citizen guard, which was complied with. ; lie Austrian and Pruf-skut ambassadors were, stiil at Copenhagen, awaiting a resumption ot direct steam communication, which was daily expected. . . . . - The Austrian Chamber of Deputies, by one. majority, adopted a resolution denouncing the measures of the Government. The Enclish journals encou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

LA.TEE FROM EUROPE. ADVICES BY THE STEAMSHIP CHINA, New Yobk, Feb. 11.—The China and the City of Washingtonfrom Liverpool, have both arrived here. The following is the news by the City of Washington: The Citj of Baltimore arrived out on the 26th ult. The Danish question is unchanged. It is asserted that the British Government has smt threateninz notes to Vienna and Berlin, and that France ia in unison with England. . \ The Danish Minister has left Vienna. The United States corvette St. Louis left Lisbon on the 25th to intercept an English barque with gurs and stores for the rebel cruiser Rappahannock. Jno. Rumble, Inspector of Machinery at Sherness, was brought before the magistrates for complieity in fitting-ont the Rappahannock, and committed for trial. He subsequently entered bail in the sum of £20,000. : The United States steameT Mohican had left Table Bay in search of the Alabama, which vessel was s*n on the 6th" of November, ISO miles from Java Headnear a burning ship, t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

CITY- COUNCILS. A stated meeting was held yesterday afternoon. SELECT BRANCH.. A communication vras received from th'e Union League, inviting ine co-operation of Councils in the preparation of a proper celebration of the aad of February. Laid on tne table for the present. Mr. Armstrong offered a resolution that the members of Council lrom the diflerent Wards be Committees to call public meetings in their respective Congressional Districts, in reference to League Island as a site for a Navy Yard, and to have prepared petitions lor signing, which, when signed, to be forwarded to Washington. Adopted. Conrad S. Groves and Charles T. Jones, Esqs., were elected Trustees of the Philadelphia Gas Works. .. ¦ . Mr. Wetherill introduced an ordinance authorizing the Mayor, with the approval of the Commissioners to Disburse the Bounty Fund, to delegate to his clerks the authority to countersign the warrants. Adopted. Mr. Wetherill introduced an ordinance regulating the cordage and sale of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

THE WAK FOR THE UjpON ¦ ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE. «rn«T7io reb. 11.—Advices from Vicksburg to the Kb represe»t everything progressing favorably, £5t>££t ol importance having transpired. General KSSSiaii and Staff Jeft Memphis for Vicksburg on Xb nth A detachment ot the 1st Alabama^ white) diriment, while scouting a lew days since iu the Hire .tion of Hernando, surrounded a hojjse wcere oinrtv was being given to rebel officers and so-2f??fhonie onfn?lough. They took twelve primers a!nd fifteen horses, .and brought them ta ^Sjjf ™ the Memphis and ' Charlestou Railroad arerunning only to Colliersville. tuas closing one ?«.inethroueh which a largn amount ol cotton Cached Mem phis. Small boats are running short il-^rlTii^w Memp his, and continue to pick up 'ffis alofil the river, ' and occasionally a large lot arrives from below Vicksburg, but the movement ^a^dSSr "St middling to strictly ^bfllf inoi/central Railroad and Transports. «/n Company have placed another large wharf £...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

CITY OBL » IN ANCE. ~ CLEKH' S OFFICE COMMON COUNCIL.— Philadelphia, Februarys, 1864 In accordance with a resolution adopted by the Common Council of the City of Philadelphia, on THURSDAY the 4th Inst, the annexed bill entitled "An Ordinance to Authorize an Additional Loan to aid the Enlistment of Volunteers,' * is hereby published for public information. , WM. F. SMALL, Clerk of Common Council. AN ORDINANCE TO AUTHORIZE AN ADDITIONAL EOAN TO AID THE ENLISTMENT OF VOLUNTEERS. Suction 1. The Select and Common Councils of the City of Philadelphia, do ordain: That the May or be and he is hereby authorized to borrow on the credit of the city from time to time, as may be required by tho City Treasurer, such sums of money as may be required to aid the enlistment of Volunteers for the service of the United States, not exceeding in the whole the sum of Two Million, Dollars, for which interest, not to exceed at the rate of six per cent, per annum, shall be paid half-yearly,, on the fir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

INDI A R UBBER MAOTlNETljErSTJ^i STEAM PACKING, HOSE,' &0 TINO Engineers aud dealere will find a wtttt •- SOBTMENT OF GOODYEAR'S SH1 ,^ yj^ OASgZED RUBBER BEDTING^ PACK ING j HOSE, te, at the Manuracturer ' B h5" tnartera. GOODYEAR-a Head " 308 Chestnut street, H- *• We JaTe a NEW and CHEAP ARTinr *. of GARBEN and PAVEMENT HOSV 2££ cheap, to which tha attention of tha #^u0 Ta ^ w»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

ARAFFINE WAX CaNDLES-60 OASES of the Union Coal and Oil Co. 's manufacture (late Blatterman & Co.) now in Store and for sale by the undersigned, sole agent, ¦ ¦ I i. kendriok; fe9-5t* | No. 125 Walnut Street. A BROW ROOTS.-12 BARRELS PURE >i Jamaica Arrow Root—For sale by GEORGE ALKINSilQ and 12 South DelawareAveaue. ja3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

THE 60ID QUESTION Iff CALIFORNIA Sah Feakcisco, Feb. 11—The Senate ofthis State yetterday decided against a repeal of tha specific contract act, by a vote of is yeas to 23 nays. There is general rejoicing over the result Tha masses of the people are unalterably determined tn transact their business on this coast on tho basis of the metallic currency; " ; , "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

BUBNING OS A PRISON. Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. n—The Onondaea County Penitentiary took Are in the work-shonar noon to-day. The main building was entirelvde stroyed. The prisoner'* wing may be saved hnt It is not probable. The loss amounts to sin nnn upon which there is a small insurance. Thnriri ' soners were all removed to the Court House

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

JAY COOKE & CO. Bankers and Dealers IN GOVERNMENT LOANS. 5-20 BONDS, 5 PER GENT. LEGAL TENDERS, 7-30 TREASURY NOTES. 1881 LOANS. ONE YEAR CERTIFICATES, QUARTERMASTERS' VOUCHERS, QUARTERMASTERS' CHECKS, CITY ANDSTATE STOOES, BANE, RAILROAD, and CANAL STOCKS AND BONDS. Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission. A full supply oi all kinds of GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, including the New Fiye Per Cent. < Legal Tender) TREASURY NOTES, always on hand. Collections made and Deposits recefred. JAY COOKE &C0. No. 114 South Third Street. ja26-li»4

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 12 February 1864

STOCKS AND SECURITIES BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. DE HAVEN & BKO., 20 SOUTH TBIBB STBEET. " COUPON^OUPONS ^ WAWTED. A HIGH PREMIUM PAID FOR ANY OOVT' PONS DATED FEB. 19th, APBIL1st, MAY 1st* SMITH & EANDOLPH, 16 SOUTH THIBD STREET. -fuO_lTr»A

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