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

SPECIAL NOTICE. RETAiL DEPARTMENT. M'CALLUM & CO.?? l?eg leave to mform the public that they haT leased the old.estiibiithedCarpet;Store--, No. 51^ .CHESTNUT STREET, - Opposite Independence Hall, FOB A RETAIL DEPARTMENT, "Where they are cow opening1 a new stock, op . " IMPORTED AND AMERICAN CARPETS^ Emb'acing the choicest patterns of . ' AXMINSTER, ITAPESTRY CAR. RUYAL WILTON, I PETS. VELVET, ' IBRUSSELS CARPETS VENETIANS. Together -with a lull assortment of every thing pertaioinir to tlie^ Carpet Bnsij*ess ^^^^ij ja30jtfJ .

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

¦KEW MILLDptY H0US1. P. A. HARDING & CO., Rfspectiuily inform tne mercantile community - that they will open, FEBRUABY 10th, 1864, at ; No. 413 Arch street, A COM£LE2^S STOCK OF "(straw AND MILLINERY GOODS, Suited to ttetrade.and trnstthatprompt and careful attentun, raoderaiion in prices, good assortment, together with their long experience ia business (having been for the last seven years with tbe bonse of Lin-oln, Wood & Nichols, and their late successors. Wood ic Cary,) they may merit a share of tbe public patronage. mf Orders, solicited by mail and promptly executed. j30-lm}

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

1864. SPRING . 1864. GLEN ECHO MILLS, GERMANTOWN, PA. M'CALLUM &CO., Manufacturerf. Importers and Whole* sale Dealers IN CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, &c. Warehouse, 509 Chestnut st,3 Opposite; Independence Hall. ja30-tr ^ l - •

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

THE LAST DAYS OF THE EXHIBITION OF . ' * WEBER'S PAINTING, Monastery Madonna dell' Sasso, AT THE ACADEMY OF FINE ABTS, CHESTNUT STREET ABOVE 10JR , jas<i-5t4

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

EXPORTERS OF WINES AND LIQUORS! LATJMAN, SALLADE fc CO., KO. 128 SOUTH NINTH STBSBT, B*nT*XBH OHSSTITUT AXB W AUTOT, *PHir.<*n-gT. *PTTT«. ' O. M. LATJMAN, A. M. BALLADS, J. D. BITTINCr. . noll-atnorp

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

eOTJPONS-QOUPONS '. WANTED. A HIGH PREMIUM PAID FOB ANT COUPONS DATED FEB. 19th, APRIL 1st, MAY 1st. SMITH &EANB0LPH, * 16 SOTJTE THIRD STB, EET. fe2-ims

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

LARGE PHOTOGRAPHS \ IN GREAT TASIETY. ; McAllister & brother; 728 Chestnut St.

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

FANCY DRESS SILKS, 56. FANCY DRESS SILKS, 62 1-2. FANCY DRESS SILKS, 75. FANCY DRESS SILKS, 87 1-2. W$have lots as" above^which are arranged toej& e out rapidly. - ' , , CUR WEN STODDART & BR0.THEU, 450, 452'and 451 NORTH SECOND STREET. fe2-3t} Above Willow.

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

j SECOND EDITION. BY TELEGBARH. tfiE RAID_ ON THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. ~ C- -'— v /"^Bridges Burned bsl, the q Rebels. , . i. —: — ! ¦ " ' . ' IHE EA1D OU THE BALTIMOBE AHD OHIO EAILEOAD' |By the People's Telegraphoffices No. 411 Chestnut Blieet,ReadingR6omMerchants' Exchange, and Girard House. J Eaitiuore, Feb. 3.—The following are special despatches to the Baltimore American: * % JLvsintSBTOKO, Va., Feb. 2.—The rebel cavalry are making demonstrations on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The telegraph line was cut east of Cumberland about noon to-day. TheTBridge over the North , Branch issupposed to have been burned. There has been fighting, at Patterson' s Creek , tfrelve miles this ' side of Cumberland. Apprehensions are entertained in some quarters of an attack on this place. ' ¦ -..- . ; ] Cumberlahd (via Pittsburgh), Feb. 2,4 P. M The rebel cavalry, - under Col. Rosser, rei ported five hundred strong, made an attack on ,the guards at Patterson's creek ...

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

CITY BULLETIN Philadelphia Society for; Peomotiko Aobiculture.—The stated meeting of this Society was held this morning, Craig Biddle, Es q ., President, in the Chair. The President presented a number of garden seeds received * from the Agricultural Department at Washington; also the monthly reports ol the condition of the crops in the country, ahd several copies of the rep ort of the Department for the ye» r 1F62; also the catalogue of the Agricultural College of Pennsylvania, An excellent! photograph of an Alderney cow belonging to Samuel j.Sbarpless, was presented to the Society, and a vote of thanks to Mr. Sharpless was passed. Mr. O. H. Shinn, of Haddonfield, T . H.Powers and Nathaniel Burt, of this^rity, were proposed lor membership. .' The Committee to Audit the Treasurer's Report reported the same correct. The balance in the treasury on the 1st of January was $30 72. A committee was appointed for the purpose of procuring a more suitable room for the meetings of the Soc...

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

THERD EDITION. THE RAID ON THE|BALTtH0BE AHD OHIO RAILROAD. Baitimore, Feb. 3.—The American has received the followiDg special despatch: >r Cumberland, Mb., * Feb. 3—Noon.—The gnard of one company of infantry, posted at Patterson Creek bridge, 8 miles east of Cumberland, was attacked at half-past one o' clock , yesterday afternoon, by 500 rebel cavalry, under Col.-Rosser, • and, after a spirited resistance, in which two oi our men were killed and ten wounded, the greater part of the company were captured. - This accomplished, the rebels set fire to the. bridge and, leaving it to destruction , started off with their prisoners in the direction of Eomney. The employes of the railroad succeeded in staying the fire and saved the bridge with only slight damage to it.\ ¦ '" ¦ ¦' . . Gen. Averellwith his command, who had been sent out from Martinsburg by Gen. Kelly this morning, overtook the rebels near Springfield, and a severe eDgagement ' ensued. The rebels were diiven throu...

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

EXTKAOKDINARY ADDRESS FROM SOUTHERN SOLDIERS. THE? BEFTJSE TO BE FOBGED TO BE-ENTEB THE 8EBTICE. [From the Cincinnati Commercial.] The following address.was procured by me from eome rebel soldiers In) Calhoun county, Alabama a few days past. I was en secret service for the Government, and was therefore in disguise, and tne rebels gaveme the address, supposing me lobe a rebel soldier. There is ho mistake as to its genuineness; rnd-I know that it has circulated to a considerable extent among the dissatisfied rebel soldiers. The following is the address • —-" " Fellow Soldiers op the Anjrr of Tenkessee ! Three years ^go we were called upon to volunteer in . the Confederate army for-atermof three years; and we all nobly responded to the call with the express understanding that we were to be discharged as soon as our term of . ^ service expired. Indeed, we were fji'hfully assured by all of our officials that -such a course would be pursued. The Secretary of War proclaimed that thos...

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

~ > COMMERCIAL. REESE D. PELL &BON, STOCK BROKERS, Ne. 305 WALNUT STREET. BALES OF STOCKS. BEFORE BOARDS. 50 sh 11th k 19th l«jf 300 «h Union Onl pfd 7x lOOihResdB 67S£ 200 sh Union Onl 3X 100 sh do cash 57v ioo sh do sSwn 3« 360 sh Pa Oil Creek 10 FIRST BOARD. $6800 U S «s 6-20« l03# 200 sh .astna Mining 11100 do b5 104 b6 11 1600 do lot 300 ah Big Mountain 700Penna6s 94 X Coal 8,f lEOOCity6*new 10*jj 206 sh Union Cnl 4 I860 do 104 n 250 sh Green Mount 7 200 do gas 101 14 sh Sch Nav -=32}i S090 NbrthPa R 6s B4 100 sh Sch Nav prfd 10OO Union Cal 6s 31 sS HH 4000 do cash 31 a lis sh do 34X 3000 do 31« 2.*i sh do 34X 7 sh Minehlll R 60^ 209 sh Susq Cnl b20 22 6 sh Csm&Am 165 45 sh North Pa R K'i 6 ih Penna R 75 60 sh do - b30 33 210 sh do caBh 75>j 4G0 sh Catawisia pfd 22 sh do 65wn 7ii, bio 4l}f CO Bh Mechanics Bk 27 100 sh do D30 41V 60 sh Little Sch R 250 sh do . 41, 'i 1SJ0 48 200 ih do bio 41 X lSlsh do 47>i 400 sh do bio 41J, - 10 sh 2d...

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

AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY,- WALNUT street, fc-outneasreorrerof Fourth. STATEMENT FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, lt-63. Prem i ums rece iv e d..... $162,670 24 Interest 3*M>77 20 Rents 2,(-Si 17 —r 8203,355 61 DISBURSEMENTS. Life Losses, &c. paid, amounting to 62,136 19 Commissions, TraveliHg Agents ' a * nd expenses of Agencies; 27,S3S 23 Bonus Certificates purchased and Dividends paid. -25,759 62 Salaries and Medical Examinations .' 10.017 00 Real Estate Taxes, ,tc 1,367 60 Return Premiums on Poll- , cies bought 7,S/6 34 Printing, Advertising, Sta- _ tionery, Stamps,-ic • ' ¦ «"6 " 14 . 2 >5e6 „ ASSETS. PIOCOOOU. S. 5.20Loan 6s* i OuoSbaies Pennsylvania Railioad Stock -i •¦•••u"'*'""" . S10,000 Wyoming Canal Bonds 6s Sill, 000 State of Tennessee Bonds...5s sio, 000 Philadelphia and Erie Rril" road Bonds . /¦ ..-6s W 442 Shares Corn Exchange Bank Stock • Sio, 000 PittsburghFort Wayne and Chicago Railroad Bonds... 7g 20 Shares Consolidation Bank ...

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

ER0M MEMPHIS, VIA ARKANSAS. &c. [Correspondence of the Cinciunati.Cominercial.] Caieo, February 1st The steamer Man* E. Forsy'h, Captain Nat. Gun, cler k, from Memphis on the 30th, arrived this evening, with over two hundred cabin passengers, and about five hundred on deck, some of whom were furloughed soldiers. The greater number of these, h owever , were refugees trom West Tennessee. The .Bul/etin has the following from the. officers of the South Western, which arrived from below last eveniig: -'We learn that the steamer ti. Lloyd was fired into two days since, thirty miles this tide of White river. A large number of-shots were iired but no one was injured. No harm done. Seven men from the Soiith Western, with their mules and horseswere .captured recently by guerillas rear Bolivar Landing. They were out on aforage expedition, and have not been heard from since. Guerillas are reported quite plenty at various points down the river. They have rarely fired into boats of late...

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

YO UNG MEN "WHO ABE OUT OF EMPLOYment, YOUNG MEN about engaging in business, TOUNG MEN who have had limited means of education, YOUNG MEN who have failed to improve their time at common schools, ^ YOUNG MEN who have graduated at College, but have no knowledge ol business, YOUNG MEN offoTtunewhowouldjknowhow to . manage their own aff-iirs, YOUNG MEN without fortunes who would possess the best means of acquiring them, TOUNG MEN who have been disappointed at other Commercial Schools, YOUNG MEN who wonld ^ secnre the very best means of advancement in the Vorld, Are invited to call at THE QUAKER CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE, N. E. cor. of TENTH and CHESTNT Sts., an institution up with the demands of the age, and offering the best advantages, in all respects, f or a thorough preparation for business. Over one hundred and fifty students now in attendancea patronage which, for the time since tbe establishment of the institution, exceeds the hif*hesi claims of any similar school in the city. u$ K...

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

PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. Wednesday, Feb. 3.—The Breadstuff? market presents no new feature worthy of special comment. The export demand for Flour extremely limited and the only stiles reported are 600 barrels Penni. extra at $6 75 "P barrel and 600. barrels extra family at 4.7 2507 62 V- The sales to the retailers and bakers range from $1 25 up to $10 for common and fancy brands—according to qu-tlity. Rye Flour is scar-*£_ snd selling iu a small way st $6 60. In Corn Meal nothing doing to fix quotations . There 1b less Wheat offering and it is held, firmly. S-ilcs of 6C00 bushels Penna. and Southern Red at $1 C4©1 70 f) bushel, including 4000 bushels afloat at SI 69, and White at $1 85@i 95. In Rye nothing doing. Corn come forward slowly but there is not much demand. Small sales of yellow at $1 0S@1 09. Oals move slowly; 1100 bushels Penna. sold at SB cents. . Barley ranges from $1 60 to *t 60 for New York and Canada, Rnd Malt from $1 60 to SI 70. No. 1 Quercitron Bark 1b Bteady with...

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

>.„„., _ SAILED. «hir£F U y Ice Boat, Capt Kelly, left at 10 o 'clock.: ' ' Awtawall *** tOW Blap 3oi f Spear > for o * ^. ^ MEMORANDA. > mften ™ P ™*^'B fker ' hence at Boston 1st T«te?£*?^n «^^, .M ^-! ',ae "ed at Boston T ^l. S y Liverpoorvia Halifax. mfthi fP orS e»lc1 u«an .kB ' 'AtWOO<1 ' cleatea *^B<»»ton 1st B|gMLS |;wSJe hB e1»0B rn ,d eansSfn1 u!?te • »ffi».,i?';M '&0m N^oHtl ' e^k Scbis Elizabeth AnnBanes, from Pi-min.oi-nmn andMsrietta,Ellms. from R ' ockZd ' bolh ' fo^SSi P°rt. ^ Newport 30tt ult.-the latter sailedfagain Sc h r gVo .R Fisher, Errickson. from MUfordDel. for New Vork, with bsrk, went ashore about Ave miles S of Squan Inlet at 1 AM on the 30th ult. The crew , five in num b er , were saved. On the 81st she wsb full of water, and the deok loadofbirk nearly all washed away. She will probably be a total lose. . . Ship Atalanta, O'Brien, sailed from Liverpool 29th Sept. for New York, was s p oken Oc t 4, in lut 61, I...

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

fOBT OF fHII-APEUHIA. FEBRUARY 3. *9- See Marine Bulletin on rtxth Page. ARRIVED THIS DAY. . Schr iBapel, Taylor, 2 days from New York, witn cement to Captain. .. Schr Adeline, Sprague, 3 days from New York in hallsat to Captain. . , .,, Ci ty Ice Boat , Kelly, from Morris Piston's, 6. 1 i hours , having towed thereto slup Yiotona, - f or Liverpool. CLEARED THIS DAY. - - Bark John Boulton, Davis , La g uayra , John Dallett &Co.* . Bark Irma, Russell, OaWenaa , J Mason & Co. Bri g Hera l d, Davis , Matanzas, Geo W Bernadou & Brother. ' „._ ' .• Brie Geo Burnham, Thornton, Boston, E A Souder &Co. , Schr Defiance, Hammond, Boston, Speare, Holbrook & Morse. '_" ¦ ¦ . - . Schr J "W Vanneman. Enoicptt, Port Boyal, Tyler St'r Leader, OaUaaani Alexandria, IT "Webster, Jr.

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

CHAHLES ST&KES & CO.'S rmST-CLASS " ONE-PRICE" ready " MADE CLOTHING STORE, SO 824 CHESTNUT STREET, UNDER THE CONTINENTA1. HOTEL , PHILADA. j5^t. For Coat— ¦ /"*%. ¦ f-^L Lengthofbaol: a!i*B W^?' ¦ ftBB base °* ygRe ' " 2* 4 cellar towaist ^^Jrj^L /S ^^ST andfromwalst />(*^^<l * 's**J3i " /S \ to end of tail. f\ ii=Ui££l29 / U I -Length off | ',,. ~ ^r * f\iJ? V. Sleeve- (with } 1 j V wm ItB J5_ arm broo!red)« U S / XaV j^^ ^f 0111 middle f a f ¦ / \y%&j£ti>y ° s baoR b °-| ' m a*« I ^E r^8 *?*^ tweeh the n s(5 f~ A /,,? W shotflders to! S S -\ e 7I end \ of cuff,! f g. * I f ij' j andi| aronmd*^ f' | /', ! | theinostpro- ~| I ' in V , ,<{ Minentpartof | 1' H 5 ^%?" the chest and S»c=»A**r - I ¥ •waist. ' Stat* J B j A S - wheth erereoS y ' | IK h or stooping. \ 3 I ft \ j Fir Pants, / AS s \ inside seam, \ Si. I ™ 5 \ .-= anti .ontsidu 'I'll/ ^^-jg1 ^ seain: . frsm ^J^fll* - Dip bone arbnd tha waist and hip. For Test, same as Co...

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