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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

~ ~~ : MARBLED. ~~ MARKOE—BROWN—On February 2d, by the Rev. F. "W. BeasleyJohn Markoe and Emilie, daughter of Alexander Brown, Esg. ; * DIED. ELKINTON—On Third day morning, tho 2d instant, of typhoid pneumonia, Edith Elttinton, wife of George M. ElMnton, in the 6Sth year of her age. - The relatives and friends of the family are m-Tited to attend the funeral from the residence of her husband453 iNorth Fourth streeton Fifth day, the 4th instant, at 2 P. M. Interment at Friends' iWestermGround. ** LANCASTER—On the morning of 2d instant, William Earl Burton, eldest son of Thomas A. and Annie M. Lancaster, in the 5th year of his age; The relatives and friends of the family, are respectfully Invited to attend his funeral from his parents' residence, =No. 119 North Ninth street, on Friday merning nejet, 5th instant, at lr o' clock. Interment at Mount Moriah Cemetery. • #* LOPER—In New York, on the 2d instant, of pneumonia, Emily Josephine Weaver, only daughter of Wm. H. and Annie M. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

AMUSKMEHTS. ^ The CnxsTurr.—This evenlne <»Tho Ticket.of-Leave Man '' will be revived at the Chestnut. Tbe extraordinary popularity of this new play is sucu thatalthough it was given at the Walnut ahd the Arch for several weeks, yet the desire to see it continues unabateda»d Mr. Grover has onlyyielded to the universal demand that he should present it, with a powerful cast and with new and 3>le ndid scenery. M. Pearson will enact Robert rn-rly, and from his reputation in Lancashire parts, won in other citieswe have no doubt but that he will charm all who witness his personation. The cast also comprises the names of Messrs. Mordannt, PriorAndrewsDonaldson and Leu-Box-with.. Miss Gimber and Miss Denim We doubt not that the play will attract as large audiences at the' Chestnut as It has already done at am Arch and Walnut. Tim WAiNtrr.-'j Bast Lynne-* stm con^nue to crowd the Walnut to overflowing. It will M given to-night. . ' . ¦ ' : •• i Tax Arcs "Little Barefoot" will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

EYlMIHGIBUIiLETIN PEACOCK, CHAMBERS & CO., PROPRIETORS, US SOUTH THED [STREET, ,_! PHILADELPHIA: TSEHS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS Th» BblsbTEH li served to Subscribers In the SltyatlScsntsper week, payable to tie carriers, or *3 M per annum. . ' BATES OV ADVSETIblHft. Half B«mai»1 time. * S5I1 Square, s weeks..S3 25 I Sauare, 1 ami..... 50 1 Square, 1 month.. 5 86 I Sanart, S timet.... •K|l Square, 2 months. 8 08 ISaunio, Jtimei....l 0011 Square, 3 months. 11 Of) il Squar*, 1 wo»k...l 75)1 Square, 6 montb.s.20 e« Sue Una* comrtltut* one square; three lines ol lew hall a »qnar». ¦ ¦ ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

TTraOLSTERY. : \J promptness, ^ , Purity of Materials, i Good Workmanship I Low Charges. Wi HENRY PATTEN, jB13 14.0S Chestnut street. tyoO CHESTNUT STREET. WINDOW HOLLANDS, BY CASE OR PIECE, • ' t AT LOW PRICES. E.ELTY, HARRINGTON & CO., WINDOW SHADE MANUFACTURERS. It

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

WUTTEB MOURNING GOOBS. BESSON & SOW, ^ Mournins Store, No. 918 CHESTNUT street; nave in store a large stock of seasonable goods.o d3 ¦¦"¦'¦•»• i ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

TflE 1ITAR FOR THE DfTON ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. "Washington, Feb. 2.—A letter from the Army of the Potomac says: «There ' is no official confirmation of the reported fight on the south side of the Bapidan with a large body of deserters last week.l It is nevertheless kno|wn that a feeling amounting almost to mutiny prevails in several regiments in Lee's army, and it is Bot^improbable that the firing heard was caused by preventing one of thorn from escaping* ! I . . The enemy's pickets are frequently changed. On one occasion cavalry was substituted for the advanced posts and two lines of infantry pickets were posted in their rear. -Frequent changes of the position of some of Gen. Lee's camps are * noted. . They are probably caused by the substitution of well known and faithful regi' ' stents for those disafTected near the front. The reports concerning the scarcity of food in- Lee' s army are confirmed. Only a quarter of a pound of salt pork is.allowed to each man per day. A small ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

POK SJALB £}$> TO IiET. #[p> FOR SALE—The ue-irabla property, snit- | BSil aiileforalferiiiBintoa STORE, situate No. 2. '.4 South Elevenlhstreet. An established business neighborhood and rapidlv improving. Will be i sold low. Mi. GUMMEY & SONS, 508 "Walnnt! stree . t. i ¦ . . ¦ i-IP; - FOR SAL'ii.—A Handsome three-story-EB. BhltKHE ilDKNCE. built mthebestmin-i nerwi h thr<-^.story double hack buildings; every: convPi-i-nce «nd. iiuprovefcent, and in good srder; ? situ'ateou FrHnklin.s'.'-i-et, above Poplar.street.! J. ST. OTJMMEY &SON, 508 Walnnt street, o ; ~ Gsi FOR BENT-i-Thelour-story STORE pro-Bilil pcitv; in good order; No 138 N<*rth THIRD ' stieet . Posspssion April 1st, 1SU4. J. M. GU"MMKY fc SONS. MS Walr.u*. Ftrcet. • : fe3 Uj Ion SALE.—a beautiful Coumry Resi-EHi- dence, 1 acre of land, ' Beverlv, New Jersey. Apply <o M THOMAS i SONS fa-3t 13fl and Ml South Fonrth street. f^ K(.iH iA.uli.—Cheap House, 1B18 Wallace f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

TRAVELING UUIDa T>ZZ IXzs-mSJ I**—P'ENNSYLVANI A clsillii-~5Si=lC ENTRAL RAILROAD. .Ifh 1 laDELPHIA TO PITTSBURGH. a5U MILES DOUBLE TRACK! THE SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST. Trains leave the Depot at Eleventh and Market streets, as lollows: Mail Tain at 8.00 A. M. Fast Line at , 11.40 " Through Express vs. 10.30 P. M. Parktbnrg,TraiK a 1100 " Banisburg Accunmodation at 2.30 •» Lancaster Train at. 4.00 " Tbe Through Expi s 6 Train runs daily—aU the other trains daily except Sunday. FOR PITTSBURGH AND THE WEST. The Mail Train, Fast Line and Through Ex. press connectat Pittsburgh with through trains "on all the diverging Toads from that point. North to the Lakes, West to the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, acd South and Southwest to all points accessible by railroad. 1N DIANA BRANCH RAILROAD. ! The Through Express connects at Blairsville Intersection with a train on this Road for Blairsville, Indiana, &c EBENSBURG AND CRESSON BRANCH RAILROAD. The Through Express Train conne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

, . ¦' ;. ,, ¦ j - - QBOCEBIES.^ ; ,. \ ; CVHOlOE;'Ha.M;S—Cincinnati-covered Hams, J' ytet received and for sale by THOMPSON BLACK &l SON, BROAD" and CHESTNUT -streets ¦ . ¦ ¦ '•.. . ¦ ...•.. ¦ . ' "' . . ¦ . < ~v OKAPES. AND OKANGES-—Extra Almerla Grapes and sweet Havana Oranges, fust rectivedand for sale by THOMPSON BLACK & SON fr BBOAD avd CHESTNUT streets. SPlOEx. SALMON—Fresh Spiced Salmon in small cans.just rpecived and for sale by TH CiMPSON BLACK. &. SON, BEOaD and CHESTNUT streets. E1DR1ECK &. CO- S CHAM.PAGNE, very choice Sherry and Madeira Wine, fine Brandy, Younger's Scotch Ale and Gniness's Brown StoaJ *-for sale by E-B.CLARKE,Grocer and Tea dealer, Main street, adjoining R. R. depot,Germantown. ERY CHEAP TEAS Finest Young Hyson, Imperial, Gunpowder Oolbng, English Breakfast, Chnlans, *c; for sale in original pack. ages, or in small boxes, for family nseat JAMES R, WEBB'S, Walnnt and Eighth streets. deSH IDLEY' S jBROKEN CANDY, V...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

T A. S. KOBINSpK, IMPORTER AND DEALEBIH LOOKING GLASSES, Fancy and Plain Frames, snitable zbr Irorytypas. PhGtographs and Engravings. Mannfactojer af PIER, MANTLE &. WALL MIRRORS, Engravings and Oil Falntinn. Galleries or Pictores and Loolcmg (Hhsm War*. roonu?. A. S. ROBINSON, Ho. 916 Chestnut Street, Philadelphi* § 18 CARTES D£ Y-KITE, 818 Colored Photographs AND :" • IVORTTYPES, Made In the finest style and most durable manner. ¦^Satisfaction warranted. * V ,SclLT?eiber &Son. 8JL8 - Arch st) - 818 t&~ Particular attention paid to Copying Daguemo ypea, itc. n2S-j3tw 3nsj i 1024 CHESTNUT ST. I E. m, NkEDLES, K I* Offers at Low FTices a large assortment of ™ ¦? LAOK GOODS, w\ 06 EMBROtDERIES, : l*i £ HANDKERCHIKFS, Cl 7! VBILS AHD WHITE GOODS./M SJ I tr jj Suited to the season, and of the lateststylesj j w S / ! M j$ A large var\ety of J JE Tt \ j n ^ TJN DERSLEEVES, f ^ j Of the.most recent designs, and otherijS < n goods suitable lor party purpos...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

BUSINESS OABDS. 920. O. STAXDUR11MX. |J. W. BVBB2IAII Q T A N D B R I D G £ az O O., BANKERS AND EXCHANGE BROKERS, No. M South THIRD street, * « PEILADJJI.PH1A. STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. UnQurrent Bank Notes and City Warrants bought at the lowest rates of discount. ja2-2m CORN EXCHANGE BANK, Philadelphia, November 33d, iS63. At tne election held lGth Inst, the followtnt Stockholders were duly elected Directors of iht Corn l-xchange Bank: Alexander G. Uattell, John F. Gross, James Steel, Christian J. Hoffman, Robert Ervien, H. W. Catherwood, William P. Cox, Edmund A Sender, Samuel T. Canby, Charles E. Wilkins, Philip B. Mingle, David Yanderveer, Jonathan Knight. And at the meeting of the Board this day ALES G. CATTELL, Esq., was unanimously re-elect ed President; and ALEX- WHILLDIN, Esq.. Vice resident, and JOHN W. TURKEY Cash ier. J. W. TORREY. CO**:4~3mo Cashier. GAS FIXTI'RVS—WAHNER, MISKEY A CO., No. "IS CHESTNUT street, Manufacturers of Gas" Fixture...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

GBKAT f USJKFUt. /.Sib VILTJ,IBLB DlBOOYEET DISCOVERY! MILTON'S Applicable to INSOLU BLE CEMENT the useful Is of more general practical utility Arts. thon any invention now before the p-ublic. It has been thpronghly test" e^ duringthe lasttwo years by practical men, and pronounced by all to be SUPERIOR TO ANY Adhesive Preparation known. Anew thing. Hilton ' s Insoluble Cement is a new thing, and the result of years of study: its combination is ou Its Combina- SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES, tion. and under no circumstances or change of temperature, will it be. come corrupt or emit any offensive smell. ' ,. Boot and Shoe BOOT AND SHOE Manufac- Manufacturers using Machines will tatters. find it the best article known for Ce-Imenting the Channel, as it works without delay, is not affected by any change of temperature. Jewelers. ; JEWELERS -V Will And it sufficiently adhesive f01 their use, as has been proved. Families. It la Especially Adapted to Leather, i And we claim as an especial merit, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

BOARD -0? IBABE. M. DECOURSEY, 1 ES C. HAND, , SMOKTHLY CoiIjaTTEff RGEL. BUZBY, l\ IMPOETATIONS. Reported for the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. BOSTON—Steamship- Saxon, Capt. Matthews—106 cb hoots and shoes Hnu*.herfttf it Smith, Haitimore; 144 do Boker 4s. Bros; 3n£ do O -S CliiQin- 57 do A M Conovet; 17 do A. H Foster; 31 tfo E L fuller; 4-i7 do P Ford & Co; 37 do Graft' & WRtkihs; 61 do .1 B Harmer; 38 Uo HaddockReed is. Uo; 127 do E A. Hendiy;'6 do Jones & Tuidsll; 54 do F & I M Jones; 130 do E K Iievick & Oo; 22 bales dry goods Frothingham & Wells; 72 do A'll FranciEcus; 12 do JameBKent, Santee & Co; '2 pkgs do Lewis, Boardman & Wharton; 44 do H P & W P Smith; 25 bxs fresh fish H Burr & Co; 28 do .T A IlnpUins&.OO; 10 do E-iKesler; 46 bbls fish Kennedy. Stairs Sl Co; 39 ea oiliCloth A M Bailey; 61 cs mdse 10 bbls 10 kegs crackers 30 hxs ginger J B Bussier & Co; Wl pieces iron 3...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

. • COAL STATEMENTS. • The following is a statement of the amount of coal transported over the Lehigh Valley Railroad for the week ending Jan. 30, 1664and1 previous since December 1,1863, compared with same time last year: Week. Previously. Total. Tons.Cwt. Tons.Cwt. Tons.Cwt, Hazleton 3,210 17 24,«oi 17 27,61-214 East Sugar Loaf.. 1,SS5 17. 8,612.05 10,398 02 CouncifRidge: 1.343 15 8,694 t.99,i!33 1-3 Mount Pleasant... 30102 3,Sio-06 4,771 OS Spring Mountain.. 2,1)9 (;7 3,687'lij 6,117 03 Coleraine 696 11 . 1,761 14 2,363 05 BeavetMeadow fil 0.j til 05 Smith's Spring 797,13 6,038 00 6 .S3S 13 N. Spring Mount.. 2,160 11. - ¦ • 13,13S 15 16,5-U 13 S. Spring Mount ' , Jeddo 2,065 17 12,302 18 14,453 15 Hariaigh 804 03 4,449 14 6,25113 Bei man Penna 1,486 06 6 , 872 41 - 7,858 09 Ehbervale 9'4 04. 2,492 15 3,306 19 Milnesville.rfTT7T***^ 68404 ^ 3,911 10 , 4,695 19 Buck Mountain... l^TTTT 6,092 13 6,465 15 L M. Coal..-....». 1,613 16 6,861 OS 8,446 01 Lehigh Coal&Nav. 3,311 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

¦ UUUO'BS, &C . .. 4 - BA Y RUM.—Pure Bay Bumimported direct from tt. Thomas, W. I., in bottl- and for saleby GEORGE ALKIN' S, 10 and 12 South Delaware-Avenue. : , . ja-W SttF.RRT WINE.—Amontiilad. a Sherry of superior quality, m cases 1 dozen each, on consi gnu. ent at* d for sale by GEORGE. ALKINS, 10-and 12 South Delaware avenue. SCOTCH WHISKEY In cases of oue dozeri each on consignment und fdr sale by daU. Al K1N>. id and ¦ ¦> Sonth DelawaTeavenue. — XTRA SPARKLING OHAMPAGN E. CInEB, af wholesale. Grocers and shippers invited to examine. P. J. JORDAN. 220 fearstreet, helow Third and ^Walnnt streets. K04 . i\ DUNTON ~ ' ' - r ^^ - . ¦ . ' 149 South Front street, above Walnut ;¦ •* . rencv ofORUSOEacd OAMPELLSHERRIES,. E3NEST IRROY & CO.' S CHAMPAGNES, Golden Star Brand, Ay Grand Moiisseux, ,_ BRANDIES. PORTS-and MApEIRAS ^^ aulg S_ UTLEKS- and SHIPPERS ATTENTION.— CHAMPAGNE CIDER warranteduo\V in fine order for Shipping. For sale wholesale Only, at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

" COAL. UAL— : KUHN & HiLLER, FAMILY" « OAL OFFICE, No. 1-30 Sotttli FOl RTH S.treot (Northw-st corner Fourth and Library streets), Philadelphia. Coal selcctr-d from the best Mines for Family U.<t\.nt the lowest market prices. V3~ Prompt at. tentiou to Orders, and sp»*i*dv Deliverv. Also, A gen is for PHILADELPHIA -ind BOSTON 1CE. Families, Hotels aud Offices supplied at the lowest ma. ket prices. ja29.1in ( lOAh S U U Ait LUAt, iii.AVt.1* . iUi.A J DOW and Spring Mountain Lehigh Coal, anc best Locust Mountain from SchuylkUl, preparec axpresiJly for family use. Depot, N. W. corner EIGHTH and WILLOW streets. Office, No. Hi South SECOND street. mhS7 J. WALTON A CO. s. masou arwES. johm f, saBA*?**' . THE UN DERSIGNED INVITE ATTENTION to their stock of. Back Mountain Company's Coal, Lehigh Navigation Company' s"Ooal, and Locust Mountain " " which they are prepared to sell ait the lowest mar Set rates, and to deliver In the best eondition. Orders left with S. MASON BINE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

MARTIN LEANS? NO. 402 CHESTNUT Street. First Premium awarded by Franklin Institiit« to MARTIN LEANSi Manufacturer of MASONIC MARKS, PINS, EMBLEMS, *0 New and original designs of Masonic Marks and Templars' Medals, Army Medals and Oorp= Badges of every description delUSmo HK ALLENTOWN STEAM FORGE AND AXLE FACTORY, y^vi'B.Ai'-ii At ALLENTOWN, Lehigh countypa ADTENA i; CO., Successors to Scott & Co mannfactnrers of all kinds iron Axles, Hammered Bar Iron, and Forgin»s of every-description. Also, Shafts, Shear Moulds Sledge Moulds, Land Sides, Car Hooks,, Steel Frog Points, -and Railroad Tools, asTamnini Picks, Crow Bars, etc., etc. . "• . . xma vLU * WM. ADVENA, - . ¦ • FERD. WEISGERBEB, ]a7.1mj APGT. SOHWARZE. OPPER AND YELLOW METAL SHEATH ING, Braziers CopperNails, Bolts and Ingot Copper, constantdy on hand, and • for sale bi HKNBI WINSOR * CO., 333Souut WbaiTW ' l

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

6AILIHQ DAYS OF STEAMSHIPS. TO ARRIVE.; BSIPB »EOH JOB DATS Hibernia Galway..Boston ...............Jan. 19 America Southampton...New York Jan. 20 Asia « Livernool.. Boston Jan.20 Edinburg.. Liverpool..New York Jan.20 Jura •"• - ..Liverpool. .Portland........ Jan. 21 City of Cork Liverpool...New York Jan. 23 OlympuB......-Liverpool..New York......Jan. 2« O of WaBbington.Liverp'I.. New York Jan. 27 Bavaria.....Southampton..New York...... Jan. 27 China ..........Liverpool.. New York...... Jan. 30 TO DEPART. Kedar..... ;. New York...Liosrpool... Feb. 3 Illinois ...New York. JAspinwall...... Feb. 3 Canada Boston..Liverpool.......Feb. 3 Roanoke....;..New York. ^Havana....... 4.Feb., 3 Champion,.^......New York...Aepinwall 'i.Feb. ,3 Saladio... -..New York...Klngston, Ja....»Feb. 6 Qerniaiiia.,,,,, NewYor)^,,Hamburg.,,,,..Feb, S n::6f.W«w.Tork..N. York..Liverpool..^...Fe&>-« Evening Star. .New York.. Havana & N 0-T Fel*. 6 Not* Scotiaii.... Portland.. Liverpool...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

Wendjeroth A Taylor, . PBOTOOSA^HESS A1TJ) IroXYTTPIBTS , 912, 914 and 916 Chestnut street, Invite attention to their improved styles of Dupe rial and extra Imperial Photog±apha , presenting the dnlslxofretoncheapictnresatjthe cost &f plain Every style of picturefernishedTfrom OuTCarU de fUite to the highly finished Iyorytyp» and Oil Portrait, ' vriih. satisfaction guaranteed. ¦ i^ Pa rtionlar attention given to copying oifi Pictures* *r . Fine assortment of ALBUMS constantly on ajmd - ' . ; ' * ' no!i8-3m«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

Materials for Mince Pies, Bunch, Layer and Sultana F.aiiini, Citron, Currants and Spicei, Cider,' Wine«, &o. ALBERT 0. ROBERTS, BEALER IN PINE (J500ERIES, Corner Eleventh and Vine Streets,

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