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

LATER NEWS FROM EUROPE. Halifax, Feb. 1.—The steatnship Hibernia, from Galway on the 19th inst., arrived at this port to-day, bound to Boston. The steamship Louisiana, from Liverpool, bound to New York, put back to Queenstown on the 18th inst., having been disabled, and her decks swept away. Ten of the crew were washed oveiboard. The following is a summary of the advices furnished' by the -Hibernia : ¦ Denmark has rejected the Anstrio-Prnssian ultimatum, and the Austrian and Prussian Ambassadors aio reported to have quitted Copenhagen. On the 18th the Emperor of Austria reviewed 20,000 . troops, who were to -march immediately for Schleswig. - . The military preparations of the Prussian government were progressing vigorously. The French Chambers continued to debate the address of the Emperor. It is stated that lite amendment in regard to Mexico will be met by a Ministerial statement that, since the 1st of January, all the expenses of the French troops have been borne by the Mex...

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

BUSINESS CABDa. GEO. O. STMIPBBUMX. |tlW- BVBRMH11 QTANDBRIDGE & CO., BAJ^EBS AOT) ESOHANaEBROKEBS, Ko. 49 South THIRD stTMt, rBILATJHLPHlA. STOCKS AND BONDS BOUOHT AND SOLX ON COMMISSION. TJncurrent Bank Notes and City "Warrants bought at the lowest rates of discount; ia2-2m (JKN EXAiHAKUE BANK, FHILADBLPHIA, November 23d, 1S63. At tne election held ttith inst. the followlni Stockholders were duly elected Directors - of tht Corn t-xchange Bank : '¦ Alexander Q-. Cattoll, John F. Gross, -~ James Steel, Christian J. Ilotfman, Kobert Ervien, H. W. Catherwood, William P. Cox, Edmund A: Souder, Samnel T. Canby, Oharles E. Wilkina, Philip B. Mingle David Vanderveer, Jonathan Knight. And at the meeting ot the Hoard this day ALEX. G. CATTELLEsq.. was unanimously re-elect ed President; and ALEX. WH1LLD1N. Esq.. Vice resident, and JOHN W. TOltREY Ca»hler. , . J. W. TORREY, \ no24-3mo ' Cashier. ENNSYLVANIA WO^KS-on be DELAWARE River, below PH1La!>HLPHIA, CI1ESTEK. L&...

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

.- . wt ^ . SENATOR .WHITE'S LETTER OF RESIGNATION. The following is a copy of a letter from Senator Harfj- Whitedelivered i.y Jud2e Whit*, .his father, to Senator Turrell, deputed by Speaker Penny to act for :him iu his absence. This letter has never been in'the hands of Governor Gnrtin, Judge "White, in " fatherly zeal for the release of the gallant Major, havinjr retained the letter,-as authorized by bi= son, until his own views of duty. to tie writer and th* country compelled him to hand tbe letter over. , Speaker Peuncy has been informed by telegraph, \ and the WTtt lor a n»w election is doubtless ere this in the Lands of the respective Sheriffs of Indiana and AimstTciiRconnties. IiniiT Pkisox, Richmond, V.v. , Nov./Ui53.— Hon. J. I*. I'enniy, Speaker of lli\ Servile rtf Pennsylvania—Dear Sir: Considerations I shall briefly state rriake it prudent and proper'for me to-teud'T my resignation as a member of the Senate of Peaney ' lvania. Af er the adjournment of our Legisla-...

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

TKAVELlNti iiUIDE. fSI C^st3S=s3 IS64—E E5SS YL V =, . NX A ^SSb^SS^ CENTR AL RAILROAD. . 1-HI LA DELPHI A TO PITTSBURGH. 350 MILES DUUKLE TRACK ! - THE SHORTROUTE TO THE WEST. Trains leave the Depot at Eleventh and Market streeis, as roliows: Mail Tain at.... 3.Ml A. M. FastLineat 11.40 " Through Express it.. 10.30 P. M. Park*burg Traia a. .. i 1.00 " Harrisburg A^CL.nmodation &x......... 2.00 fc * Lancaster Tr:iin at. 4.00 " The Through Exp. -stTratn runs daily—all the other trains daily except Sunday. FOR P1TTSBVRGH 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, 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 Blalrs. ville, Indiana, &c. EBENSBTJRG AND CRESSON BR...

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

ANKTJAL MEETING OF THE B0ASB QE TRADE. The Board of Trade held its annual meeting last evening. A. B. Corley presided, and Lorih Blodget acted as ^ Secretary. t The annual report was read. It enumerates the operations of- the Board enterprises intended tor the benefit of Philadelphia^ its intercourse with the . Departments; its correspondence with \ Congress,. "thp State Legislature, etc. ' • ¦ . ' ' The report states that at no time has the supremacy oPthe coal and iron' .trade been so .conspicuous. The excess delivered at Philadelphia over any former year has been 1,000,-000 tons. The ' excess delivered to various markets from Richmond, on the Delaware has •been nearly S00,000 tons. The various lines of coal carriage to . the city have brought 1 300 - 000 tons'niore than in any former year. The lines leadiDg to all northern, and eastern markets have carried bntfatxmt G00,0.00 tons ex cess, only 309,030 tons ot\ which were carried by routes north of the Lehigh; a difference...

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

'Will be fy&ey by lie lit of,February THE EAB, *¦ Its Diseases and Their Treatment* BY . " ' ., DR. VON KGSCHZISKEB, OCULIST AND AtTRIST. The work is harldsomely illustrated with nnmeVons Anatomlctl and Pathological Eagravlr^s. A12 the various causes ol Deafness and their apnropriate'reaimrnt, aie most accurately Described. Illustrations of all Instruments necessaryfor ex amiuation of the Ear, and those employed in tti» Treatment. AcCuiate ulrections and advice how to; snard asainst • tee direc; causes tvbie2i< produce Denfuess A new method of treating certain cases of Deafness that have bjjherjc' -. been considered incurable, such as partial or tSayf* destruction of the Tympanum, Ttmm of ib p-jrT^r, Nervous Deati ess, A very elaborate Glossary, ^ with lull eiplaL-aticns, is given at the end. / The work will be invaluable to the Medical Pro—fession at d be reaa w.th profit >and interestiSy thspublic at large. ' 'ihe work will be in one handsome octavo vf&...

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

IS J3E»S*aC w EST CHESTBK AND SlSSliS^l^PHILADELPHIA. VIA THE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RA1LKOAD.-Passengers for West Chester leave the Depot, corner of ELEVENTH and MARKET street*, and go through without change of cars. FROM PHILADELPHIA. Leave at 3.00 A. M. i arrive at West Chestcs 9.50 A. M. Leave at 1.00 P. M-, arrive at "West Chestar 3.00 P. M. - ' - Leave at 4. CO P: M., arrive; West Uhe»tPi s. S? P. M • ' ¦ FROM WEST CHESTEKs Leave at 6.50 A. M.. arrive West Phiiadelpnis 8.35 A. M. Leave at 10.45 A. M., arrive West Philadelphia 12.35 P.M. Leave at 3.50 P. M-i arrive West Fluiadelpiiii 5.20 P.M. Passengers zor Western point, from Wes, Chester, . connect at ;the Intersection with the Mail Train at 9.17 A. M., the Harrisburg Aecommodi;- :i jn at 3.55 P. M., and the Laneasier Tram a; 5.25 P. M. Freights delivered at the Depot, corner THIRTEENTH and MARKET streejts, previous tc 11 30 P. M., will be forwarded by tbe Acconimodation Train, and reach West' Chester at 3.06 P. M. For tick ...

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

SPECIAL HEETIRG OE CITY COUNCILS, A special niveting of Councils was held yesterday Hiternoon lor the purpose of electing directors el " the North Pennsylvania " and Philadelpnia and Erie Railroad Companies. After meeting in convi.tion—Mr Kerr inquired .nnder what authority the convention was convened, his recollection being that no resolution tad been passed by either body providitig tor the assembling of the Convention. Mr. LyVd, president, replied that Mr. Harper and- himself concurred in opinion that the Convention was proper without any joint resolntion. Mr- Kerr disserted froni " this opinion and requested that his colleagues would'abstain from: voting. » The following gentlemen were then elected by the. vote of the Republican members: For nirectors ot North Pennsylvania Railroad Co,—Robert P. Taylor and A C. Hariner. For the Philadelphia :,nd Erie Railroac—H. D. Moore, C. A. Wo'born1 and A. J. Catbenwood. After the Convention adjonrned. Mr. Stokely in Common Council, presen...

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

Tlteiiderotij & Taylor, jPROTOGRAPBJiRS SA'JO ITORTTYPiaTSi . . 912, 914 and 916 Chestnut stj^sfs. - \ - Invite attention to theirt' nijiroTed stylesof Iatj?»s-__ rial and extra Imperial photographs, presenting the unish.of retoucnert piotmi^s j-.t the cost of plain. E-iJry style of picture tivrnlsbert from the Carta if Vi. ' ite to the highly finished I^qrytypa and " -Oi>" PortTa.it, wito satistaction guarauifert. & Particular attention', given, to^oopyin? .Old-Pictures. . - i ' X ;*Sr- Fine assortment of ALBUMS constantly oa nana. . coiavSiaj

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

THE ALLENTOWN STEAM FORGE AND AXfoE/ FACTORY, At'iiLENTOWN, Lehigh-county. Pa. ' ADVENA &CO.Successors to Scott & Co. l manufacturers of. all kinds' iron Axles, Hammered Bar Iron, and Forgings ol ^ eve-ry description. AlsoShafts, Shear Moulds (Sledge Moulds, LandSides. Car Hooks, Steel ^Srog Points, and Railroad Tools, as Tamping Picks, Crow Bars, etc, etc. . , ' ¦ '" . . wm: advena,; " •' ": ¦ 'feed1 . "weisgerber, " ja7-lm{¦ ¦ :-¦-.' . . . .- ' AUrGT.s9HWAB.ZE.- - QOA BA-'GS LAGUAYRA-'OOE'FEENOW OU."; landing from rbarksTnomas Dallett.,^-For sale by DALLETT & SON, 129" South FRONT street. ja7.

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

Tmraenge Assortment of . LOOKING GX^ diSES, Oil PaiDtiagi^ First i'ials Engiaviags, eOSTRAlT ANDFIUTTJSE FBAMKS, PHOTOG1UVPH FRAMES, \. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS,-: 'WINDOW COEJIICffiS, E^R TABLES, ftp., is*,. ^Wes «, Skrle <^ Son, • ' r ^^^ Sfg^HES^Jir^^ ^^aSSirfiS^SicrTrSr^ Bunc h, Layer and fultana Eaisinf, Citron, CmraJitsfandj Spiceg, , ¦ ' Cider, Jfines^&j. • ; ALBERT U! BOBERTS^ BEAlERlN FLNK (jJBOOEBIESj.-Qsrner Eleventh' and Tine Streets^ ^AVY ^ OABTON mlAN^M^ ¦ . AND. - 8XA3TEAEB DSILLS; ' FOR SALE BY / Frothinsrhajas A W ^l^s. ^ LimFHr 5oo^sP^ THKEE CHAEMI^G VOLU2IES, BY AUNf FANNY, Anthorof ''Night caps," "Mittens '» •iSbdks."' ENJIEELY IN Wu K US OF SINGLE SYLLAHLESl THEY WIT.L «E SU&E TO AMUSE THS VERY LITTLE ONES. In a neat Bos', Price' si SO. Published by "WlJLl/ly P. HAZARD; jaai-tjy]S / ' 31 S3Uth SIXTH Street.

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

¦ ¦& -3ST0.1S " ^ . A ¦ . t Jy SOVTH TOIISO (ST,, . v, ^ BMKERS&BROIERS.i 35 - r SPECIE, STOCKS, Quartermasters' Voachers and niieeki AND ALL G0VEBNMEET SSeifelTIES BOUGHT ANDB5QI.D :°^ Patent Shoulder Seam Shirt Manufactory. Orders fortheee celebrated Shirts supplied promptly at brief nutice. Gent lemen's Furmshicg Goods, Of late Styles in full variety. WINCHESTER & CO., , ' 706 CHESTNUT STREET.

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

! \OH<± CHfUSTNUT ST. *. - • 1 . , ^ | ' ¦ '£< ¦ " J a? ^ Offers at Low Prices a Iarge^porttBeat cf T' ;E^ LAtir. GOOUS^ 00 - E EMBROILERIES, r* ¦C-i s " D C HANpKtSCIIlEFS, w W ' £, % VS1I.S S.ND WHITEGOODa & ,jr_e 23 ^ Suited to the season; and of thelateststyles.. V OG . « S A largg varietv of 33 \lt| t'NUERSLIEVES, v . - ^ :«j\Of the most recent designs, and other ^ :m goods suitable'for party purposes. Q Q ~ \ . ¦ ' . H H ¦; ipg4 fHESTNUT ST.

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

. YARNS. On hand and constantly receiving • .ALLNOS. TWIST FKOM 5 TO 20i a1111 killing nos. 19 12 and 14, Suitable for Cottonades and Hosiery. In store at present a. beantiful article of 14 TO 16-TWIS'X' MANtT-rACTUEERS will find it to their in-.erest to give me a call. ¦ - . • ¦ Also on hand, and Agent for the sale of the UNION A, B andC JUTE GRAIN BAGS, In quantities of from 100 to 10.000. IL T, WHITE . 242 3T01TH TBIRD STREET, jal5-linf . Corner of NE"W Street.

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

Kiwe Sliirt- MaMiiiactor^o-The subscribers v.-oiilifi a vite attcntiih to thefc. - IM^ROyr!lX CUT OF SHIRTS, Which theymake a specialty in their business. . Also, constantly receiving, ' _ . ' H0VEITIE3 ;iJGE (JEK?| WEAS, ^ .- ' .. ,vJT; W. Si;#TT ^: Ct>.j ' . ; "' , Gentiemen^|iFurcisbing iS»re, .,; f t 814 OlfKlftNtlT SH4BET, t , jajB Font dpbr? below the tJotitinentclHotel.,'-, /TvBAKGES AND LEMONS. —-500 boses ic, ' " ' ' prime orderlanJiiu^ from-brig Anna Welling., ton, »nd for' sale by Jt'S. B; . B.BSSTBEi&GOr. ICS'Sonth"Wharves. ; . ,-.o>« -

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

BLINDS- AKD SiHADlB B.J.WILLliMS, No. ' . I« N0STH SIITH STREET,, M ANUFACTUREK OF YEKETIAN BONDS1 . "S ¦ AND ]-¦ ¦ ... ' " < ' O' ' ::wiNBa^ 3bm>es.. ¦ " SQ'-T he' Large»t-iina Finest assortment in the CliJ" at. the Lowest Prices: . ¦ s>- _ , IS-RepKirmj; promptly attended ib. . jt?-Stor,' Sbpttes Lettered. s*l"

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

New Fancy C&ssimsres* \ ALteED H. LOYE,. COMMISSIC N ¦ MER CH ANTj ; 212 0BESTKUT'ST. - • jaia-i m^

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

SXXYIHTH G 01T&BES3—FIBST SESSION ' CLOSE OX TESTEEOAr S FBOOEEDIKOS. B3ENATE. . Mr. Davis (Ky.) rose to a privileged question, •and explained at length the action he had taken in regard to the expulsion of Mr. Brigui, aud his colleague, Mr. Powell. He thought Mr. Morrillbad .departed from his usual courtesy aud magnanimity in introducing these Bubjects in the maimer he did. In his,(Davis's) resolution to expel Mr. Bright, he admitted that a Senator could not be exp.-'lled for ins words or opinions, but only ior his acts, if is resolution for- the expulsion- of Mr, Bright was iased upon-the fact that that gentleman had ' written a letter to Jeff. Davis as Presideil t of the frouth-•ern Confederacy, recommending to hiin a pprsou TKho had an improved weapon, to be jised. against vthe lawful Government of the United States; and -also because Mr. Bright hai uniformly voted against all measures to carry on die war. ,Asto the Confiscation bill-introduced by him, which was pr...

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

AUCTION SALJES. ' ,:, Ti,r-VTHOMAS & SONS, AUCTIONEBBSr iSi> ,*- " .bi>- i:i9 ' andv14l South Fourth Ktr*s8t - SALIS OF STOCKS AND REAL EbTATB at thel-xchange,,every TUESDAY, at 12o'clock noon, j . ...;' .;. ¦ " . ¦ .,. ' : - ; " '' i ^"Handbills of each propertylssued separately, and on. the Safrirdav previous to each sale 1000 catalogues, in pamphlet form , giving faUde=criplious.- ¦ ' . . • US" Particular attention given tosales atprivatB residences, &c. - ¦ ' .. ¦ Vl/' - i»":FUENITURE SALES at thb AUOTIOK STORE, EVERY THURSDAY. -iT- VALUABLE RANKAHD OTHER STOCKS^ ^. ... ON TUE&DAY^FEB. 9, ^h At 12 o'clock noon, at tbe Exchange, 24 shares Cdmmerpial Bank." 9sbnres Girard Ins. Co paid 12 per cent dividend in 186"3., •: "' .. ¦ .- ¦ . . ' .. •' . '" .- ¦¦ "' 12 shares Farmers' and Mechanics' Land and ¦Buildinging Association, "GratzEstate;" _ REAL ESTATE SALE, FEB. 9, ixecntprs ' peremptory Sale-^Estate of Daniel t:.,™"™^ uec'd-SUPEKI...

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

NEW PUBLICATIONS.; fxTILL BE PUBLISHEUIN'A FEWDAY^, ; . MHS. HENRY WOOD'S LAST HOOK, " ¦ ^ ¦ ' • •' PRICE: 23 ;CENTS, ' ; . . WILLIAM ALLAJB; . " OE, RUNNING AWAY/T,0 SEA. By Mis. Henry Weed, Anther of "Tho Ohanningp," "The Mystery," ''Verner's Pride," ¦< •Shadow of Ashiydyat," "Squire Trevlyn's Heirs," '.-The Life's Secret," ,. ; "The Earl's Heirs," "The Foggy Night at Offord," "TheCaetliS Heirs." -'The Lost Bank Note," "The Runaway - , Match." , . " . . j. MBS. Heket Wood:— Novelists are sometimea as great a-mystery to us as tiTe novels tL-emselves. That there may be fertility of thought enough to produce, novels rapidly we. understand; but how in so. short a time, some ' ^aiithors write- them out, publish and circulate them, is to us a problem which we have ' not been . able to solve. Foremost among those who startle and-delight the public, by (he rajiid -productions, of their genius. " is Mr-. Wood ' , whose last work is jus* oat. Her w^rks increase in interest as...

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