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

. XXXVIIITH CONGRESS.—FIRST SESSION. Washington, Feb.-3. Sejjate.—A letter was received from the Secretary of War in answer to a resolution of Mr. - Powell, in reference to military orders concerning elections in Tennnestee, Maryland Delaware. Missouri and Kentuckyand -was referred to the Committee on Military Affair ' s. - Mr. Pomeroy (Kansas; presen ted memorials trom military storekeepers asking Congress to Npass a bill defining their rank. Referred to the Coinmittee on Military Affairs. ; . ,\_, Mr. Brown (Mo.) presented a petitionfromleyal citizens of Harrison county. Missouri, settingforth lhe grievances suffered by them. Referred to the Committee on the Conduct of the War. Mr. Sumner (Mass.) presented the petition of a large number or German citizens of Boston, protesting against the President's proposed scheme of reconstruction. Mr. Trumbull (111.) reported the joint resolutions relating to members of Congress, from Judiciary Committee, with amendments. Mr. Trumbull in...

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

THAVKL1NG tfUIDE. ROAD. _ The Through Exuress Train connects at Htmtingdon with a train for Hopewell and Bloody Bnnat6.sH A. M. NORTHERN CENTRAL AND PHILADEL* PU1A AND ERIE RAILROADS. Fon SrsncRY, WiLLtAnsroRT, Look Hatsh, and all points on the Philadelphia and Erie R. R , and Klwba. Rch'UK.steu, Biktalo asd Nusaka Falls. P.Vsseugers taking lhe Mail Train at S. 0C A. M., and the Through Express at 10.30 P. M. i go dlrectlv through wltlioul change of cats between Philadi-liilna and Wiliiamspon. For YORK, HANOVER and GETTYSBURG the trnlns Iravlng -'••OU A. M., and 2.30 P. M., C!on. licet at Columbia wall trains on the North OeutraJ " ci'MHKKLANW VALLEY RAILROAD.-Tliw Mali Trains ami Through Exviress connec al Ilnrrlsliurg with trains for Carlisle, Chambers burg and Uag'TBlown. WAYNKMIIIRO HRANOH RAILROAD. Tim Trains Iravlng at *00 A M. aud J St P. M., connev't al lK>wniugtowu wllhsTrains on lllis road tor Wnj'm'stmi'g and all lutermediale nuiilon«. VOU \VKSTCHF_STKR. Pash...

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

WIGFALL THINKS SUBMISSION BETTER THAN REPUDIATION. in tne reoei senate, on dan. ir-, wmie me Impressment Law was under consideration, Mr. Wigfall remarked that the Secretary of the Troasury did not possess tho alchvmiHt'a power of-making money. Every dollar ho issues is not only indorsed, but, practically, drawn by the property-holders of the Country, for; upon them will alternately fall the responsibility of the redemption of the notes which have been isMicd. As soon as it became obvions that a large army bad to be fed, tho speculators commenced laying up provisions, and prices rapidly advanced. The farmer* cooperated with the sjieculatora by taking Kichiriund prices as the prices at which they would sell. ¦ ¦ In proportion as prices rose, tho'currency iiicreased.aiiii as the currency increased, prices again atlvancej. This has been continued until tliej Government—the agent of tho people—finds itjself almost confront^! xvltli tho necessity of repudiation on the one hand, or ...

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

Shooting Apfkat in New York.—At an early hour yesterday morning, a shooting affray occurred in the drinking saloon of John H. McKinley (who figured somewhat extensively in -the Cora Hatch McKinloy case), at No. 93 South street . New York/ It appears that about G o'clock . , three rnenyone whito and two colored, entered the place and called for some drinks' . The barkeeper, Wm. Smith, refused to supply them, stating that they did not give drinks . to colored men. A quarrel theD took place between the men and barkeeper, which ended in the ultimate ejection of tho men from the bar-room. Exasperated, the men returned to the place, and another wrangle with Smith occurred, jn which it is alleged that the; latter throw several tumblers at the strarfgers. At this juncture, one of the three men—which ono has not yet been ascertained—drew a single barrel pistol, and fired at Smith. The ball from the weapon entered bis right breast, and penetrating the lungs, inflicted a wound which will dou...

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

fiK I HI MUM ill" W i'. ST UI1ESTE H ANL' ii«fEa^«3il»UlL,.Vl)EL,lJ lilA. VIA THE PBRNSYXViVNIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.-PassenRiM's for'West Chester leave the Depot, corner of ELEVENTH and MARKET itrests, and ' ro through without change of cars. FROM PHILADELPHIA. Leave at 3. (HI A. M., arrive at West Chester II.SU A. M. • I^ave at 1.00 P. M., arrive at West Choslar 3.00 P. M, Leav* at 4.00 P. M., arrlv* West Chester *.UI P. M FROM WEST CHESTER. Leavo at 0.00 A. M., arrlvo West Philadelphia 8.35 A. M Leave at 10.45 A. M., arrive West Phlladelphi* 12.114 P. M. Leave at 3.50 P. M., arrlv* West Philadelphia 5. id P. M. „ Passengers for Western points from We^ Chester, connect at the Intersection with the Mai! Train at fl. 17 A. M., the Harrisburg Accommodatim.at3.65P. M., and the, Lancaster Tram ai ^ 5. ' 25 P. M. Freights delivered at the Depot, corner THIS XEENTH and MARKET streets, previous to 11 30 P.M.will be forwarded by the Aoconai modatlon Train, and reach West Chester at 3^0F P. M...

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

MICHAEL JACOBS, BANKER, . No. 46 South Third Street, Phila. Government Securities,. Specie and Uno«re«i Money Bought and Seld. . stock ' s Bought and Sold on OoramKslon. Particular attention paid "to the n»r>«ia«loa ° time papers, CUty Warrants . ^^^^ ^2S£2it-PWw^ sS gegfpg #Nr»mr<a in hhIps ot Spanish t;orks just received C° andfoV * a lef^^LLETT & SQK.lttSrat. I Front street.

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

bm PENNSYLVANIA lEGISLATTJBE. -jttABKiisnuKO, xeo. a, |. Senate.—The Senate met at four o'clock, P. II.'i and was called to order by Mr. Johnson, Speaker pro tern. A letter was presented by tke Speaker pro tem. from the father of Senator White, inclosing the letter of resignation from Senator White, dated Libby Prison, Richmond, Va., November, 1SS3 The letters having been read by the Clerk, tuo Speaker pro tem. announced that writs havebegn issued for an election on February 10th, l.«fll. Mr. Stein moved to proceed to the thirteenth ballot for Speaker. Lost—11 to 11. Mr. Conneil moved to ballot for Clerk. Lost—11 to 11. \ After some useless attempts at business tho Senate adjourned. \ House—The Speaker presented the Annual Reportof the Auaitor-General on Pennsylvania Railroads, with asuvtmary embracing the following facts: Persons killed during the year 1RC3 ....203 Persons injured during the year IW13 , "Jit Receipts ot Roads for the jear I8«1..,S40,5'A3,571 45 Expenses of Ro...

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

JSI OHSBESSti! 1BKJ - KE-WEKEl)., ltwi. JBS^^t PHILADELPHIA. - WILBllNUXXlN AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD. IREIGrHTS WESTWARD VIA. BALTIMORE AND OHIO ROUTE. RECEIVING DEPOT, BROAD STBEET, ABOVE CHERRY. Through Freight facilities between Phlladelphlii nd tfce Western States, have been fully resumed by the above route, at lowest rates. Q.UICK TRANSIT BY FAST FREIG-Hl TRAINS without change of cars to the Ohio rivor. This route is now considered entirely safe from u.jury by rebel raids, in proof ot which the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company guarantee owners against loss or damage by military seizure, trhilst in transit on the line of that road. We have no hesitation therefore In respectfully sklng the confidence and patronage of shippers. For fnrther Information, apply to GOLHOUN4: OOWTON, i General Freight Agenti. KILGORE » WILSON, Agents, | Office, Sixth street, ahoy* Chestnut. ' Philapblphia. JannftfyeB. 18B3- ' an7-tft

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

THE CAMDEN AND AMBOY BAILBOAD COM TEST. Tkentox. Februarys Tlio Chancellor delivered his opinion to-day in the cn»n of the Camden and Amboy Railroad against the Delaware Railroad and Cafnijeii and Atlantic Railroad. He hold that the only exclusive franchise, held by the, joint companies was that of through li'iiiuiportatloii of freight ^tiiid ' passengers between New York and Philadelphia, and referred not to local business. He.ordered a reference lo be made to the Master to an account of tno ".passengers and merchandise carried over ' the. defendanti,' roads between New York and Philadelphia, and make a distinct account of tho soldiers tind munitions carried over said roads, and ihatany final order cone ruing the last accounts' should be reserved until the coining in of the Master'ti report. An Injunction was granted lo rvntraln ' tlie use of the defendants' roads in competing m ' through business with thutof the plaint ilfs. • The case will be carried to tho Court of Errors....

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

COAL STATEMrEHT.. ; J v " ;; Onr correspondent at Scrahton, sends us the fol-¦ot»»g report of the amount of coal transported over.the DelawareLackawanna and Western Railroad, for the weekending. Saturday, JanS and for corresponding time last year: Week. Year. 1 \ Tons.Cwt. Tons Gwt ShippedNorth 6,6'9 10 20 343 03 Shipped South...... 18,323 n es,08i 19 Total . . ....24,012 01 85,418 lis For eoiresponding time last year: ^, Week. Year. ' Tons.Cwt. Tons.Cwt. Shipped North 4,412 07 10 ,553 09 Shipped South ......12,692 18 39 ,333 01 Total ..17,105 05 39,683 10 Increase 45,639 18

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

CHARLES EMURY. ALEX. UENsON, JB. CHARLES EMORY & CO,, Stook and Exchange Brokers, No. 15 SOTJTH THIBD ST., Philadelphia. All kinds of uncurrnnt funds and Qpld and 811-Tor bought and sold, and Collection* made. Particular attention given to the purchase and sale pf Government, State and other Stocks and Loans on commission. ja2J-3m}H

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

FROM SAN FRANCISCO. Sai* FUANi'isi'o, teb..3.—Sailed, ship Zouave, for Liverpool, carrying :t^,tKXI • nek* of wheat. There has been but a light trade during tho week. A resolution has passed the legislature, willidut opposition, u/glng tho California Congressional delegation to endeavor m procure lhe consent of the Presk ent for the continuance of the shipment of Mastine powder to the mines of Nor h western Mexico, the same as has been the case heretofore. It is gtntf d thai the extension of mining operations in Souora aud Senola must be stopped-unless Masting powder can be secured The French Consul here has solicited the Collector of tho port to make an exception as to blasting powder, being convinced that no Injuries willeusue to the French army in Mexico In sending such powder to the American an<l Fienchmines tn tlie northern provinces of that country.

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

HEAVY CANTON FLANNELB AND STANDARD DBILLS. FOR SALE BY Frothiiigliam A Weill.

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

tSBgy?, OARRlAGEmAKERS, ltSaS^S J. LEITENBERGER & SON. ¦ ¦ 00? PINE STREET. fol-Sm LATHS. —A cargo ol Mill,nut) tor sale by E. A. SOUl>ER* OO.. Hock street wharf.

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

EXCITEMEST AT PARIS, ILLINOIS. f , TVi "*w iTi VoK 't . <"*/\ii ti rl-»i-«» ri!»i arnlfnmant prevails iu Paris, Illinois, in consequence of an amiiipated attack on the returned soldiers by the Butternuts in that vicinity The citizens of Paris have telegraphed to Terre Haute for aid. _

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

DOINGS IN THE REBEL CONGRESS

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

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

JAY COOKE & CO. Bankers and Dealers IN GOVERNMENT LOANS. 5-20 BONDS, , 5 FEE CENT/LEGAL TENDERS, 7-30 TREASURY NOTES. 1881 LOANS. ONE YEAR CERTIFICATES, Lit'ARTERM\STERS' VOUCHERS, QUARTERMASTERS' CHECKS, ' ,CITY AND STATE STOCKS, BANK, RAILROAD, and CANAL STOCKS AND BONDS. Stock. IlouphtitiVI Sold on Commission. A fell supply otjall kinds of GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, including the New Five Percent. (Legnl Tender) TREASURY NOTES, alwayson hand.' Collections made and Deposits received. JAY C00KI & CO. No. 114 South Third Street. ja'je-tonj ' ' '

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

NOS I GOLD, \ \ SILVER, AN© BANK TE WANTED. DE HAVEN & BRO, v*o JSff?5- ™gP st.

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

JOHN C. ARRISON, ¦Nos. 1 and 3 North laxth StieeV, MANUFACTURES OF The Improved Pattern Shirt, FIEST CUT BY Jf. BURR MOORB, Warranted to Pit and Give Satisfaction, ALSO " • Tmporter and Manufacturer of GENTLEMEN'S FUENISHING GdODS I N. B All articles made in a superior manner by hand and from die best materials. oc6-6za

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