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

JAYCOOHE&CO. Bankers and Dealers -" IN , G0YEENMEIT , LOANS. .-A/ . 5-20 B&WDS, . " , 5 PER CENT. LEGAL TENDERS^ 7-30TREASUR"X NOTES. 1881 LOANS. ONE TEAK CERTIFICATES, QUARTEBMiSTERS' TOUCHERS, QUARTERMASTERS' CHECKS, CITY AND STATE STOCKS, BANK, RAILROAD, and CANAL STOCKS AND BONDS. Stock* Bought and Sold on Commission. A ft II supply ot aU kinds of GOVERNMENT SECURITIES,including tho New Five Per Cent. (Legal Tender) TREASURY NOTES* ' always 00-hand. * ^, Collections made and Depdsils received. JAY C00KE & .00. _ No. 114 Sonth Third Street. ^ ja*20-Vm{.

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

CHARLES EMOET. ALEX BENSON, Ja. CHABLESMWIY & CO,, r ^ ' ... . .. ".. . i Stock and Exchange Brokers, No. 15 SOUTH THIRD ST., . PitilEtdelpliia. " All kinds of nnenrrent funds'and Gold and Silver bought and sold, and Oollootlons made. Particular attention given to the purohase and ¦ sale of CJovernment, State and other Stocks and Lbans on commission. jaS2-3ni}0.-,' MICHAEL JA€OBS8 BA2|ESB, No. 46 Sor.tb Third Stne^^hlls., Government Securities, Bpscu ami TJccarreiJ Money Bought and Ssld. Stocks Bought 3nd Soldoi OorcrrjlsstoE. Particular Bttentlot paid to tha jiag-Wiatloa ci time papers, City Warrants Bought. _ ocj-6a{

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

QQLD,a gll/FER, AWB BANK NOTES WANTED. V® HAVEN & BK0, 20 SOUTH THIRD j?T,..

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

EXCHANGE ON LONDON, FOB SALE j Im Stuns to Suit, by MATTHEW T. MILLER ' h CO., | Ho. 45 South Third street ^^ STOCKS^^^ Bought and Sold on Commission, BY Matthew T. Miller A €to.f d3.tf» N ° vji^52S^SiJil£~ QTOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON . COMJOISSION, B)Y GEO. HENDEESQlir, JB., - jaissm* No 833DOCK STRKET,

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

QR.MR.'SY0U0HERS AND 5-^0'S '- WANTED. SMITH & RANDOLPH, 16 Sontri Third Street. ja6-lm$ p ^ f^kellyT^^^^^^bTk^^ai^^ P. F. KELLY & CO., \ Bankers and Exchange Brokers, NORTHWEST CORNEB OF THIRD AND CHESTHTJT STS., PHILADELPHIA. ialS-3m5 .

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

GOLD AND STOCKS BOUGHT AND SOLD, ON OOM. MI'B . B-I . pN. SMITH & RANDOLPH, 16 South Third Street Ice Pitchers, Castors and Plated ware, OI every description REPAIRED an* BBPITTED,: AT i JABDEN'S, S- W. corner Tenti and Baod Sts^ ja20^mi '

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

LADIES' FANCY FUK8SI JOHNFAEEIRA. i No. 718 Arch Street, Below Eighty tsTPOItTB-a AITS JLAJnjTACTTraiB o> Ladies' Fancy Fan, Hy assortment of FANCY FUBii for LadiM am -jhlidren is now complete, and embraces every w riety that will be fashionable dunce the eiiieeni season. All sold at the Manufacturers' prices foi sash, r^idle*, Dlease ciTemsacsI) ocS-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

ME. OETH'S BuBEAlJX <H? HTDHSTBY. BY CHAELES QOUJEET IiELASD. Hon. G. S. Orth, of Indiana, has intimated, by morion in the House of Representatives, his intention to present a bill for the purpose of establishing Bureaux of Industry, the object of which wjll be greatly to facilitate our Government in developing the resources of the country, ,and to stimulate Free Labor in every form by removing many obstacles from its course and presenting many inducements to its advance. Having for, many years earnestly cherished the hope that the development of national" in. dustry and the power of free labor would soon reach that point when the ^creation o ' such an organization as this must become inevitable, and having frequently published my conviction to that effect, I would now earnestly entreat every true friend of free labor to give his attention to the measure proposed. Let it once be made known by the press and fairly comprehended by the public, and it cannot fail to be hail...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

CITY BULLETIN. STATE OP THE THEEMOMET2B THIS DAT AT THE BULLETIN OFFICE. 9 A M.^^ ..12M., 41° 1% P. M...41= Minimum Temperature during last Hi hours, 27J Weatber clondy—Wind South. The Alleged Lottery Dealees.—A hear ing in the case of tbe alleged lottery dealers, whose arrest has already been mentioned in the Bulletin, was had yesterday afternoon before Alderman Jlf-itler, at the Central Station. Casper Whiteman was examinedand pointed oat Joseph Solomon, Joseph "Weitzel, John " Wilson, Charles Cline, Ma. fhias Miller, Charles Catteral and Lewis Albertson, as persons he knew. Mathias, Miller, he testified to, was concerned in the office, at Seventh and Ransom streets. Witness had made a return ol his booUsin which the sale of policies was noted to Miller^-irfso to Lewis Albertson. They were in pamiership at the " .place named. Miller, he said, -paid tbe ' 'hits;" was not always present when the bcok was retnrned, but on one osrasion he received tbe book himself. The office of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

ry^. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE \X3 BOUNTY FUND OF THE NINTH WARD, CONTINUED. THIRD PnEOIKCTa M. McCauiey, SlU0,G0|GustavusEnglish, 10 00 NWW.'Conkling, : 25 00 Cash, 5 00 S. T. Beale, M.D. 20,00|Cash, " v ~ 1 00 Joseph B. Beale, 20 00|Cash, . 100 SIXTH TOECIHCT. G..M. Garretson, 5 00;.Tames Moore, 5 00 B. K. Esler, 10 P0 Ren ear Williams,; 2 00 John Cox, M. D., 10 00|John J. Joyce, 10 00 John Hunt, 5 OOiM. D. Bryant, M D 5 00 Andrew Johann, lo.(KHWm. S. Vaux, . • 25 00 A. Zugscliwerdt, 1 00iS. W. Solmus, -, ¦ 1 00 Sam'1. Hamilton, 5 1)0 S, Fancost, 5 00 James McCarty, 2 O0JR. S. Smith, 10 00 John Talbot, 20 001 A. H. Yarnall, 5 00 M. T. Custer, 5 oo|Seibert Wenerd, - 3 U0 Ellwood Doane, 5 (01 James Alexander, 5 00 Richard Cox, 10 Ml] Oliver Sprool, " 5 00 " Win. W. Barr.D.D. 5 00|A. Birysou, 1.00 Thcs. McGoldrlck, 1 00|L. Binnee, 1 00 Ml. J. P., 2 01)| Jacob Myers, 100 P. Schwenmer, 5 00[Michael Duffy, 100 ('has. F. Gussman, 2 00 Daniel Glackin, 5 00 Wm. Cbastney, 2 to Richar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

DIED. BIDDLE—At Erie. Pa., January 2Sth, issi, Thomas M. Biddlev-formerly of Carlisle, Pa., In the;35th year of his age. * BEOWN-On Thursday morning, February 4, 2864, Debby Norris, -widow of the late William Brown, in the 64th year of her age. ** , CURTIS—On Thursday morningFebruary 4th, John H. Curtisin the 75th year of his age. Bue notice of the funeral will be given. * ELKINTON—On Third day morning, the 2d instant, of typhoid pneumoniaEdith Elktnton, ¦wife o ' f George M. Elkinton, in the 68th year of ber age. The -relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the fnneral from the residence of her husband, 453 Worth Fourth street, on Fifth day,. the 4fh- instant, at 2 P. M. Interment at Friends' Western Ground. ,: * 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 in-cited to attend his funeral from * his parents' re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

FEOil NEW ORLEANS AND KEY WEST. " CAPTURE OP A BlOCKADE-RUlTrTDrQ BTEAMSB BY A T&ASSP0BT. The new steamship Western Metropolis, from New Orleans Jan. au, arrived at New York on Wednesday morning. She reports : The tieamer Itlatanzas left same morning, one hour earlii'r. The steamship Mississippi was to have sailed en the Saturday previous, but owin£ to some dissarrangement of her propeller w:vs obliged to remain for repairs ; sh« will probably get away by the soth. She is to bring horn,* the 12lh Connecticut Regiment. The steamer Gray Jacket is still ashore at Pas a I' Ontre; her car^o has nearly all been lightered from her, and she will be got off very soon. On the morning of the 2Jth, at 9 A. IU., we sighted a steamer burning soft coalsteering N. N. E. Soon after we sighted her, she changed Uer course, and'stood S. W. before the wind. We immediately gave chase, and camo up with her at V2 A. M.in lat. 31 47, long. S3 57. On Hearing her she hoisted lhe Britis^^ag and h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

¦V==« THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFIiL§ ^ CERS of the Mercantile Library Company ¦will-be held on TUESDAYFebruary 10, at the Library Koom, between the hours of 4 and 8P. M ; JOHN LARD NEB, Jr., fe4-th.s,tu,tl6$ Recording Secretary. W-—- NOTICE Snippers and Consignees of (Us Freights over the Camden and Amboy Railroad are informed that the advanced winter rates of said company will go into effect on MONDAY NEXT, 8th instant. *A11 special rates heretofore eiven will at that date cease. „. WALTER FREEMAN, Agen* Transportation, fe4-6tj Camden anil Amboy R. R. Co. ' rr==> AT THE ANNUAL MEETING- of the ItS Stockholders of the UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY, held on Tuesday, February 2, 1864, at/the Office, No. 14 North Delaware avenne, the following nnmed gentlemen were duly elected Jlanagers, viz: "Wm.. M. Baird, 1 A. J. Bncknor, Thomas Sparks, I James i> Whetham, Thomas Webster. '. And at a subsequent meeting of the Board. Wm B. Baird was appointed Fresideat Thomas Sparks, I "Vice...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

, COUETS. I i Ftrr-BBirE CotiET. —Chief Justice Woodward and Justices Thompson. Strong, Read and Agnew.— The following judgments were entered this morn. IX' g: Alllbone A: J*nks vs. The Conestoea Mills etal. —Motion dismissed. . i Boehmer vs. Schuylkill county Judgment affirmed. J Rangier ys. Himmel. — Judgment affirmed. / Bemick vs. Snod grass—Judgment affirmed. Lodge vs. Burnett—Argument continued.. ' - Quaetee Ssessioxs— Jndge Ludlow The dock was filled with prisoners this morning. The offences charged were larcenies : and as there were a number of pleas of guilty the butness was dlbpaaed ofsapidly. * —: —"**• : : Thb Hamhokd Codrt-Maetiai. —The only business before this court for several days past has been the taking of the evidence pf Medical Purveyor Cooper, who is yet upon the stand testifying in regard to articles put up and forwarded for hospital purposes.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

¦ads steamer unionActi ARBIVAL OF THE V. S. SUPPLY STEa-MEE UNION. / u. ;s. supply , ng, volunteer Lieut. Edward Conroyi commanding, from the East and West Gulf Squadron, arrived at New York last night. She reports' , on Jan. 31, while oft' Charleston, heard heavy firing; weather very foggy. Feb. 3, oil" Cape Henry, passed U. ' S. ship Ino. Landed at Key Wes l 15U refugees and a number of deserters from Bragg's army. Among the refugees was a Mrs. Babcock and child, whose friends are residing in the North. On January 14, the Union cht out and captured the Confederate «steamer Mayflower, in Rarasoto Paoc, coast of Florida, loaded with cotton. The steamer Manhattan, from. Baltimore, pur into Tamba Bay, January 21, in good order. A meeting of loyal citizens took place at Key W est on the evening of January as for the purpose of inaugurating steps, to restore the State to its proper relations under the Union Government. About five Hundred persons were present, and severalresolution...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

U FHOLSTEEX. PTomjgteess, ipwrity of Materials, - Good Workmanship Low Charges.. , - "W. HENKY PATTEN jB13 1408 Chestnut street

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

WIKTEB HtOUBNINO GOODS. BESSON&SOS, Ilouniins Store, No. 918 OHESTNTJT street Bave In store a large Stock of seasonable goods. d3

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

|Y=» REV. JOSEPH PARRISH THOMPl UJg SON, of the Broadway Tabernacle, , New York, "Will Lecture for the Benefit of the VOLUNTEER REFRESHMENT SALOOH, 1 ON . ¦ ' THURSDAY, .FEBRUARY 11th, at 8 o'clock, AT THE i ¦ ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Subject: DEVOLUTION AGAINST FREE GOVERNMENT NOT A RIGWT, BUT A CRIME. Tickets, with secured seats, 50 cents, Tickets for the Amphitheatre 25 cents To be had at the Union League Hjjsse, Fugh' s, Sixth-HJid Chestnut streets, I Callender' sfWalnnt and Third streets, Martien's, Chestnut street, Caleb H. Needles, Twelfth and Race. fe3-tfrp ATTENTION! ' CO. H., FIRST REGt MENT (G. B. )-The Company will meet at the ArmoTy on FRIDAY AFTERNOO.V at liii . „ o'clock (sharp), to attend the funeral of our lag member J. G. HUYKE. By order of the Captain. It* E. BO WAND, First Sergeant. I ¦< ' . ¦ H •' -: ¦

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

EYEIfIKG,BlJLLETIN BiCOCK, CHAMBERS & C PKOPRipTORS, 112 BOOTH THIBD mBEBt , PHILADELPHIA: TJSBMS OF SUBSOBIFTION.i The Br/lLBrrs is-served to Subscribers in the eity at is csntt per weelr, payable to the carriers; or SS M »er artnum. ( SATIS 09 ADVBBTISnieT. Half S«tare, 1 time.» 25 l Square, 2 weeks..83 25 1 Square, 1 ami,,.. 50 1 Square, 1 month.. 5 8U lSqttare, atimw..,.- 75 1 SquaTe,-2months. 8 0B 1 Square,'! times..,. 1 66 1 Square, 3months.U 0« 1 Sonars1 vr»»k....l 75 l Square, 6 months.26 60 Six lines constitute one square; three lines or Uss half a samara.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 4 February 1864

TflE WAR FOR THE tWION BUCCESFUL UNION RAID INTO NORTH 0 CAROLINA! ; Foktbesb Moskoe, Feb. 2.-The steamer S. H._ Bpanlding, Captain Howes, arrived to-day, with twenty-one rebel prisoners from N e wbern. They were recently captured in North. Carolina by the SaVermont:regiment. The Spauldingtowed the - rtean«rThomaiA. Scott to this place in a disabled C0 Mt * rO .GeneralButlerha^juBtreceived the offl-«ial report from the following expedition sent out ^KTutt * General Palmer sent an expedition to canture a force erf rebel cavalry in Jones and Onslov? counties, North Carolina. Theysuciceeded in routing the enemyand captured twenty' three men, with their horses anu equipments. They also destroyed from one hundred and fifty ' thousand to two hundred thousand pounds of pork,, eeyenty bushels of salt, ten thousand pounds of tobaccothirty-two ' barrels of beef, and captured a large number of mules and horses. On the 27th ult., Captain Cady, of the Twentyfourth New York Battery, proceed...

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