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

FUELOUGHb Officers and Soldiers, visiting-one City on Furlough, needing ^ ' / SWORDS And Other Military Equipment*» Are invited to the very extensive MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT OF GEO. W. SIMONS & BRO., BANS0M STHEET HALL, Saxxdoxn Street, above Sixtfa-Presentation Swords Made to order at the shortest rotice, whloh-a» richness and magnificence challenge oompettUon, I no other honse in the country combining the MANUFACTURING- JEWELER WITH THH ^^^J OAXm^TOKD &AJ^^^J^S^L 1 GHAMPAGNE.-Heidsleck fi JJ-•fc?, il ?5r I * CO., Vih Royal and Grape -^¦ '" if^L^ SIMON OOLTON * SON, B. W- corner . Broad and Walnnt streets. *

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

; COUETS. Sttprhms Corntr-Ohief Justice Woodward and jSe^om pson. Strong, Bead and Aguew.-Thl Philadelphia List was up on third call, and ¦tsthB calender has been considerably reduced by the M-cnmehtof cases-upon first and second call, we give the list as it now stands with the numbers as they will be called: • 27Edmonds's appeal; 29J£Everham vs. Oriental Association; 34, Bobinson's appeal; 37, "Wallace vs. Brinton; 38, Nice's appeal; 43,Raynor vs. 'White; 39, Moore's appeal; 44, Hubert vs. Allen; 46, Brolaskey vs Thorn; 62, Oromley vs. Hackman; 57, Philadelphia Railroad vs. Hagtin; 58, Pehn Company vs. Vansyckel;-S9, McCartney vs. Kitchehan; 60, Fassitt vs. Middleton;! 61,-Sheets vs. Vogel; 67, Brown vs. Geddes; 69, "Williamson vs. Worthington; ' 70, Mer. Loan vs. Moore; 71, City vs. Brady; 77, NevinVS appeal; 79, Vansyckelvs. Townsend; 82, Marshall vs. Jiilne; 83, City vs. Burgin; 81, Appeal of Reformed Dutch Church; 87, Abraham vs. Tripner; 89, Brinham vs. Coal Company; 91, Ash...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 3 February 1864

THE BESIGHATION OF SEWATOB WHITE—LETTER TO HIS FATHER. Judge Thomas White, father of Senator Harry White, has written the subjoined letter explaining the-delay in handing in the letter of resignation of his son : Harbibburq, Feb. 1, 1S84.—Hon. John P. Penney, Speaker of the Senate of Pennsylvania:—Sm :— In tenderingyou the resignation of Major Harry White, of his seat as a member of the fcenate of Pennsylvania, a few words of explanation of the delay may not be Improper. Although dated on the 16th of November last, it did not reach me for more than a month after that period, and being' then engaged in endeavoring, through a private channel, to eifect his release, with every prospect of success, the delivery of the resignation was postponed. That effort, through an unfortunate event, failed. But at that time au effort was being made by the General Government, which I, in common with others to whom it was known, had every reason.to believe and to hope would be successful, and troubl...

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

SPE1XG, 1S04. SEEING 1864. EDMUND YARD & Go,, 617 CHESTNUT STREET, AND 611 JAYKE STRIEr, PHILADELPHIA. Have now m store their SPRING IMPORTATION OF Silk and Fancy Dry Gotds, Const-ting of DRISS GO; DSofsll kinds, Rlaekand Fanoy Pilks, Satin'5, Gloves, iliits. Ribbon and Dre. si Trimmings. , 8 ALSO, White GoodsLinens, Embroideries and Laces. A large and handsome assortment of Spring and Summer Shawls, BALMOKAL SKIRTS, OF ALL GRADES, W hich we offer to the trade at the lowest prices. ja30-3mj

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

PEESONAI. Assistant Secretary ol War P. H. Watson, is suffering again irom serious indisposition, and has gone North for a short season. Mr. Oliver Hoblitzell, tor many years past chief clerk of the transportation departmenl-pf the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Comr anvresigned that post on Monday. Mr. Gariett j-Tesideni, of the Company, has appointed Mr. Edward W. Barker to fill the vacancy occasioned bv the resignation of Mr. Hoblitzell Mr. Barker had for some years been a clerk in the auditor's office of the Comp:iny. William E. Wf Webster, of Westminster, Md., who wasv.aptured during Lee's invasion of Marylandarrived iu Baltimore on fcunday last from Richmond; Oi the 7,000 prisoners in Richmond he stated that 1,100 were in the hospitals. Mr Benjamin Burgess, a well-known merchant of Eostbn, died on Friday,1 at the age ot R5. Brig. Gen. Stephen G. Champlin died at Grand Rapids, Michigan, last week. He entered- the service as Major of the Third Michigan, was severely wounded at Fa...

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

«? fFotaie Philadelp hia Evening Bulletla. SOHO OF THE MtrD ^ IABK. Oohimbt, go W 1 Bee " le streets *" oleaned, And a/e he streets are cleaned, ^ju t^ea tne streets are' cleaned, Thrfenghont tnls great ci - ty!" Eacli street and aUey' s f oil of mud-angleaned, And all alone -went lie. The nithy mud oozed up above tne curb, And 0/ er and ,0' er the curb, And ronnd and round the enrb, ! A» far as eye could see;} ias bes in pile;-rose np, and rotten herb: And never tome came he. j < <0 is it dog, or rat, or defunct cat—Brick- battered cat, Mnd-spattered cat-Above the dirt we see? Could no street- cleaner ever oome so pat-Soap fit, to onr ci-ty." They dragged nim in across -the slimy mud—The slippery, crawling mud, The slippery, "hungry mud—. To an ash-heap Bix feet high: But still tax-payers hear him swear the streets are . clean Throughout this great ci-ty. ' 'H. P. L." PjajBtrABT 2, 1861. - *

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

GEN. KELLY'S DEPABTMEKT. Headquarters Departmeht of 'Western YmonriA, Feb. 2—8 P. M.—This morning Col. Mulligan advanced • up the New -Creek valley, drove the enemy back, re-occupied Burlington, and then Moorfield Junction, in the Patterson Creek Valley. About " noon to-day five hundred of Gen. Rosser's rebel cavalry reached the railroad at North Branch and Patterson Creek bridges, six and eight miles from Cumberland, cutting tho telegraph wires and ^ attempting to destroy bridges. Wp drove the enemy on, however, before lie could do any serious damage, and extinguished the fires. We lost a few killed and wounded. The telegraph will be up to-morrow and the railroad in running order again in thirty-six hours. A portion of the Ringgold cavalry, Company F, of the 54th Pennsylvania, and the 159th Pennsylvania, were slightly engaged. Trains arrived to-night from Patterson's creek report the enemy being pursued. - ¦ * - General-- Kelley's combinations are working well. The cuttingjj&am...

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

EDWARD P. KELLY, JOHN KELLY. TAILORS, 612 CHESTNUT ST. LATE I THIRD STREET AB. WALNUT, Keeps eonstaoljy on baDd .1 largo assortment of NEW ana STAPLE GOODS, PATTIES OVEBC0ATS ASI> Yfcnni Sack ami Business Coats, T FOR SALE AT Bed need Prices. TERMS CASH-Prices lower than any Cher Cust.merTallers. CLOTHES SUPERIOR..

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

JOHN C. AKEISON, Nos. 1 and 3 North Sixth Str^v , MANUFACTURER OJT The Improved Pattern Shirt, FIRST CUT BY J. BURR MOOSB Wan anted to Fit and Give Satisfaction. ALSO Importer and Manufacturer of GENTLE IVLEN'S FUKNISHIJNT G GOODS N. B. —Ail articles rrade ma superior manner by hand and from the best m-iterials oC5-6m

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

First Preminm Shirt and Wrapper /Mannfactorj. ESTABLISHED 1S40. G. A./HOFFMANN 606 ARCHj STREET, Would invite the attention of the public to his and complete stock of Gentlemen's Fnrnishing Goods, amoi g which will be found the largest stock of GENTLEMEN'S WRAPPERS IN THE CITY. Special attention given to the manufactore of Fine Shirts and Wrappers to Order Every variety of Underclothing, Hosiery, Gloves Ties. Scarts, Mufflers, &c. no!4sa,m, y^JmJ

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

T^?.i?JH,^ ADEI*HIA KH»ING SCHOOL, FOURTH btreet,. above Vine, will re-open for the Fall and Winter season on MONDAY, Setil 2t0h. Ladies and gentlemen desiring to acquire a thorough knowledge of this accomplishment wilt find every facility at this school. The horses are safe and well trained, so that the most timid need not fear. Saddle horses trained in the best mas ner. Saddle horseshorses and vehicles to hire. Also carriages for funerals, to cars, steamboats, to eel"" '-TTDH. ORATfHC * 5JOW j lfTLITARYANIl NAVAL CLAIM AGENTS. £SW SSS?' ' 1 »"*P»<»ap*ay-coUectadand BO<-NTlES, procured by l^^t^frXi^ ^ BIGELOW, WYNKOOP * PRIZE MONEY, CO., SUBSISTENCE No; lis S. Seventh street, „9feMM ^. Bolow . Chestnut street. PASSPORTS. de9.3m$ Philadelphia. TJAPER BAGS Ff)R GROCERS, OONFEOJT TIONEBS, DBUQGUSTS, No. 9 North FKONTstreet. - ia30-6t*

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

CIVIL AND MILITARY CLOjH HOUSE. - WILLIAM T. SNODG-RASS, ¦No. 34 SOUTH SECOND, and 23 STRAWt BERRY Stu-ets, is happy to state that he has laid iu an extensire stock ol"CUOiCE GOODS,such as CIVIL LIST. ARStTAirS HAW. RVick Cloths, Blue Cloths, Black DoesWns, Stry-Blue Cloths, Wack Cassimeres, Sky-Blue Doestins, Elejant Coatings, Dark Bine Doeskins, Billiard Cloths, Dark Blue Beavers, Ka^atelle Cloths, Dark Blue Pilots. Trim-nines, 3-land6 4 Blue Flannels Beavertet-ns, Scarlet Cloths. Cords and Velveteens. Mazarine Blue Cloths. We advise our friends to come earlv, as our present 5toc!* is cheaper than we can purchase now. . jal5-lm ¦ •

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

AAlUSaM-r3MT8. AOADME"X OP M.USIO GERMAN OPERA —A season of six niRhts will commence on MONDAY EVENING- NEXT. Feb. -*th. Under the auspices of the members of the German Opera Company, so favorably received during the winter at the Academy of Music. No eftbrt will be spared to ^ render the season woithy of the patronase of the public. The opening opera winAe Nicolai's MERRYsWIVES OF WINDSOR, Introducing Mr. HERMANNS, , • Mr. HERM8.NNS, Late ol Her Majesty's Theatre, London, as FALSTAFF, FALSTAFF, In which-he made a great sensation in New York; Tickets 01 admission to Parqnet,'Parquet Oirc'e and Balcony, Si. No extra charge lor reserved seats. Family Circle, 50 cents. Amphitheatre, 23 cents. ¦ " ^ Tickets may be obtained at Gould's Music Store and at the Academy after Friday next. f<*3-2ttt

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

WAXTa. r ^ - " LARGE FIRST-CLASS SERVANTSEMPLOYMENT HOUSE has always a eood selection of capable, civil WOMEN and GIRLS, lor family, servants aud Hotels, aud every branch of usefulness, to snit all. 733 SANSOM street. Conducted by' a respectable American L*dy. fe2-fit« WANTED. —A smart, active LA.D, from 17 to IS years old, to make himself generally useful in aDjPstn:($?md Chemical store, and learn the business. Good\ handwriting and best reference required. Address, wtifc details, P. O., Box 1UC Philadelphia. fe!-3t* WANTED.—A LARGE HOUSE, 'FURNISHED OR UNFURNI i-HED, WITH MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, locaUon between Twelfth and Twentieth, Arch and Pine streets. Rent 81,000 to 81,800. Address J. F. J , office of this paper. fel-Gt5

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

J. F. IEEDELL, No, 147 N0ETH EIGHTS STREET, " Between Cherry and Race, east side, Phils. ."la* now ot hand and constantly receiving an el* - gant assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Good*. Shirts on hand and made to order in the ms> satisfactory manner. A foil line of Gentlemen's Merino Shirts, Drawers, 4c. Also—Lailet' Merino Vesta, Drawers, Hosiery, Ac oclT-flm 147 NORTH EIGHTH ST.

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

BUABD1NU. ODGING.—TWO GENTLEMEN CAN BE accommodated with comfortable Lodgings, on second floor, front. Apply at 517 FRANKLIN Street. ' ltj ¦ OAKD WANTED with three rooms furnished or unfurnished, by a family of five persons -no children. Arch{ Chestnut, Walnut or Spruce streets prefe.red. Address box 517, Philadelphia Post-Omce. fe3-*2t* X\T ANTED.—BOARD, FOR A LADYrioeTW tiori central. Referencegiven and required. Address J. F. J. r office of this paper. fel-6t$ HE HANDSOME RESIDENCE 1031 Walnut street, has been opened for the reception of BOARDERS. Single rooms and suites aud with or without private table. ia9-lm*

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

c. Br': t^^OT-*: « ' c»V . No. 142 South/Third Street,1 " . ¦ . " ¦ . " ¦ . • -/ - ¦!: : - " ' ¦ ' i-OPPOSITE THE EXCHANGE, f Dealers in Government and State Securities, ftuar-ermasters ' Checks ana Vouchers^and Certificates of Indebtedness. -| Orders for the. piirc-hay^n d sale of Stocks and LoaLs promptly eke- uted. jo3D-lm}

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

New Fancy Cassiineres. . ALFRED H. LOVE, COMMISSION MERCHANT, r 212 CHESTIfUT ST. : jaia-lm-.

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

"^^mitiT&TacobsI ' 1226 CHestnut Street, PhiiadelpMft Clone j.Refunded if not Satisfactory I FD-TEiSHIKTS Made of New York jlills MnsUns. Very Fine Irish Linen Besoms, \ only S3—usual price >3 ~i. Willlams-rille Muslla S2 7*. nsnal price S3 50. Very reasonable deduction to wholesale \raas.

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

A.UCiTlUJN aALiiS. Y *T H OM AS B I R OH * SON, Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, No. 911 Chestnut street, above Ninth. STOCK OF AN UPHOLSTERER. ON FRIDAY MORNING, At the auction storewjll be Fold—Window Shade?, ( Cornices, Curtains, Bands, Silk Cords and Tassels, Bindings and other articles of aii upholsterer declining business.

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