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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

exx*r*a*.r-Mmti^jj-i - j^^^^^ ^ n , , ,, , . .. i . n g »w—^ nniM E¥SraFG;BlJLLETlN . -PBACOGK, eMMBERS^io., PKOPBIETOBS, W-BOBTE TSIEDISTBEET, • PHILADELPHIA: TKBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.! Tits' Botsaris Is served to Subscribers In the eity at 18 c*ata par Trees, payable to the oarrlers, cr 88 M risr asmumi SATIS O* ADVEB-TIblHO. Half Ssaare1 «me. J 2511 Sy . dare, 2 weeks..«3 25 "r Squsrs, 1 tims,.... S(l|l Square, I month.. 5 8fl ? Squar*. 3 tvmsra.... 7511 Square, 2 months. 8 06 I Squ&rei'S time*....! 0011 Square, 3 months. 11 00 1 Square, nmS...! 75|1 Square, ( tmonths.26 00 Six Usees conitirate one square; three lines or ' KMhalf asssar*.

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

.. Loyal Kentvckt TkoofSo--The Adjutant General' * Report of the State of Kentucky shows that the ' States has sent into the: servicefifty-two regiments of infantry, numbering, with recruits, 35,760 men; fifteen regiments of caTalry, 15,362 men;flve batteries light artillery end one battery heary artillery, 823. men; or a total of 61,945. The State has sent intotho service 37,636 thiee years, 13,679 one year, and 630 nine months' imen. She has alio furnished 2,957 Bixty -days' men—in all. 54,902. The number of enrolled militia subject to military duty is 119,577. I The present effective infantry strength is 25,194: the effective caralry Btremjth.ls L3,088; effective£*$lecy, 783.,: ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

/VCtrvilUlfllVb 14 • MPO^TlBT TBOal VTBGINIA. ri 1rti-i ' i»cT»/\nrl*iYi na r\-f ihs "r\T "V "Hov-fil/l 1 I VV*** V* IUU LI * A * AAVWU. J In the Fieid, West Virginia, Feb. 4,1864. ^Our forces have overtaken the enemy at the ford near Moorfield, in Harijly county. The enemy evidently intends to dispute the passage of the river. ¦ Our forces are in position and the artillery just opened. The bridges on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad^ destroyed by the enemy, have been rej aired, and ihe transportation of passengers and freight over the whole line has been resumed.

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

COURTS. . . f TTPEEsrw Cotbt—CUief Justice woodward and .Tnf-tici*s Tfcfomi^son, Strong-. Bead aiid Asrnew.—¦ Sinitlj & CtLss-ey's Appeal. The argbmeatia. theaa ca~e? ttss roiicloO^d ihis morning. Qvartkk SBflSiw«v—Jndpe LndIo^.-7-A largo ni2mta?r ol prison cases were disposed of this rr.orninp-, a creat proportion of the defendants en- - lerins pteas of snHtv.

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

Biiiuxiai COPPERHEADISM IH THE: HE.W JEBSEY IE6ISIAT0BE. j. « j . o., j; eD* 4.—a Dtu againsr. enlisting and paying bounties to negroes was offered by th« Democrats in- the Senate to-day. It was vigorously resisted by Hon. James M. Scovel.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

UPHOX STEF.T. Promptness, Purity of Materials, Good Workmanship 4 Low Charges. . " W. HENPvY PATTEN jB13 1408 Chestnut street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

Bounties to New York VoLTjHiEBss. -~.The Senate of N. T. State has authorized 'the Supervisors of New-York city to expend $iftQOfiQ0 in bonnttes;to volunteers. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

WTNTEK MOURNING OOOlfS. BESSON&SON, MottrnlB.3 Store, No. A18 CHESTNUT street, nave in store a large stock of seasonable goods. d3 a»qtignpiiiiMMi—imam miwao——¦¦^wa——^^»i^^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

*¦ ~~~^r ~ ¦ I I I, 1 ~ A BTJDGET\r?ROM THESOtTCH; EXTBACTd JFBOM KEBEL NEWSPAPERS, THE CONDITION OF CHARLES£ON. The following significant notice appears as an advertisement in the Charleston Cornier of Janu-To the Citizens of OHABtBsToir.— By OmJw of lis Hon' r the Mayor: Ail persons owning and occn-?.vin g buildings in the rangeof the enemy's shells, Sfeoidered immediately to have removed all pairer=, combustible material, ' etc., coataiuedtherein The notice particularly , pertains to the Banks, Insurance, Printing and Law offices, as also the Custom House. Our citizens twill 6e«the necessity of this stringent order, -and it is to %«¦ hoped that it will he cheerfully and promptly attended to, as it is the interest ot these concerns* as well as the ¦n ublia authorities. -7-- - Takuary20. Chief FUSE Department. THE DISAFFECTION IN WJSTH CAROLINA. The mouth Carolina also contains a leader, in which* after describing tee " loyal" class of North Carolinians, it goes on to say :...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

THEW&K FOE THE ONION ARMY 0? THE POTOMAC. Washington,' Feb. 4.—Greatly exaggerated reports have been published as to the numberp[ *ebel deserters received by the Army of the Potomac. They averaged last month from five to twelve per daybut the arrivals have been more frequent thus^hr in the present month, not, however, atany'Umeexceedingtwelveaday. A letter from the artayreceived to night, says that last Monday was the time appointed for the rebel con. scripts of Virginia to assemble at the various rendezvous. ' Refuges say that a large portion of them declined'tioingso, and many will probably reach oar lines. Al-trgelot of confiscated sutler's stores were sold -at Brandy Station, yeste day, by Captain Clvr.ton, of Gen. Patrick's staff. Notwithstanding an apparent combination of sutlers, to get them at nominal rates, they'netted the average Washington prices for such goods. The articles were generally in excess of the manifests and officers' orders. The liquors comprisi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

; -¦% TBAVEIiiNg GUIDE. - , , fi §y£lgyjs|i|g5 oej, TRaIj RiXLRO AD. l£bTLADEXPHIA TO. PITTSBURGH. ':: - 350 MILES DOUBLE TRAOK^ - THE SHORT ROUTE TO TF&WEST. Trains leave the Depot at Eleventh and Market streets, asioilows: f ""uiumu™ SSa ¦ '- ' ¦" ' ' ¦ • "¦ 8.CD A. M. i:astLtine at...... .....- ..,....., 1140 ** ¦ Through Express it....... ' .Uo ' snP M ParksbnrgTrain a'.... • .... - ...-* •[ So «. HarrisburgAccuumodation at " 2 ' an it Lancaster Train at. . ...\ ; 4^0 „ The ThroughExpi isTrain runs ' daily—all the -other trains daily except Sunday. FOR PITTSBURGH 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 tc the Lakes, West-to the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, ana South and Southwest to aU points accessible by railroad. 1 BRANCH RAILROAD. The Through Express connects at BlatrsviUe Intersection with a train on this Road for Blairs. vilie, Indiana, &am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

ft . fi H @ REAL ESTATE—THOMAS i SONS PR1-YATE SALE REGISTER. CHESTNUT ST—Valuable property, N. W corner Chestnut and Thirteenth sts. S5 bv too l->et 1IRST.CLASS CHESTNUT STREET PROPERTY, No 1222,between Twelth and Thtrioeuth streets, 76 feet front, 235 feet Iu depth tcvSansoui st. On the Chestnut street front is a lar^eand elegant mansion—on Sansom street a stable and coach house. Brick Store, No. 5 north Water st, and No. 3 North Delaware av*-hoe. Valuable Six-story Iron Front Building, No.U! south Third st, opposite the Girard U.iuk. Laree and Valuable Lot,over II acres, Passyunk road, lst.Ward. See lithographic plan. Large and Valuable Lot, fronting on Eleventh, twelfth and Thirteenth sis. First Ward. See lithographto plan. Also, a Country Seal and Farm, near Douglassville, Berks condty, Pa-Large and ValuableBuilding Lot, Arch st, we-t of Third sc CHESTNUT ST—First-class Business Stand. between Second and Third sts VALUABLE REMDENCE and Large Lou corner Eighth and S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

jreo j uranrriveutuiBeve P -TILL LATER FROK EUROPE- . WnnTT .V._- 17»_-i_ > it1 -r - 1 *r-i " "'"^air, . *.—*ue ning wi'.hjLiverpool datesof theSlstnlt., viaLondondrrrytm the 2tW. Tf.e Danish situation is unchanged,-with more ho^es of a " peaceful . solution, although the A ustrian troops had commenced marching for r ocbleswig. The pirate Alabama-was reported to be at Singapore on ihe 22d of December. . , THE LATEST. ' Lokdok, Jan. 21—Evening.-i-Consols for money closes at PC % u90«^. / The minimum rate of discount at the Bank ot England has b-en advanced to eight per cent. 1 he steamers Olympus aud St. G eorge arrived at Liverpool on the 19th. The North American and City of Manchester arrived out on the 20th aud the Hammonia reached Southampton on tlie'Jlst. It is asserted that the Austro-Prussian troops have been ordered to march forthwith to Schleswig ' , ' - Milnor Gibson, in addressing his constituents at Ashton, predicted a speedy revival of the cotton trade and p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

. : ... . ¦;.1 :lSHWi . ' TiTJBLIOATIdNS. 41 OK" *l.* 5, *125, SL35, S1.25, 81.25V M./it) , ,T CUD IOS CAVE fe;-at* ' PITCHER-S, 8trS p.nestout Stratst. THEOLOGICAL BOOKS, PAMPHLETS and NEWSPAPERS- bought and sold' at JAS. BABR'S, UPS Market steeet, Philadelphia. fe4 B ukBAUUns FUTURE LIFE. A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL EDITION- - HE'A"VI*N. TBE BEAVENLY HOME ^ THE HEAVENLY REGOGNITIONI OF FRIENDS. In 3 volumes, bound In Beveled Boards with! . gilt top.' " Of all the subjects that can interestithehuma» heartfew can exceed that which'constitutes the matter, of these volumes. Conceived iti a spirit of genial piety, written 11. the language of warmsympaib y and tender senumeht, ana adapted for general circulation among all classes of professing-Christians, they must prove to be the most popular or religiou s works, and administer consolation; and instruction to many bereaved and stricken; souls. V UNDSAT & BLAKISTON, ja29 ^Sout/s^ff^^g^ ¦ M?~^-^:S^S£Is?s^te Clothy ^iceV *01 - 16m °...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

DEDGS. ROBERT SHOEMAKERr& CO.— BOBT. SllOEMAKEE, BeXJ. H SHOEMAKEH, WSl. M. SBO£.MASES, RtCtlAKD 31. Shoe.uaeek. TO DRUGGISTS.—We offer the following, of recent importation: Agaric, Aniseed, Star Anise, Caraway and Canary Seed, Althea;, Aconite ' and t alamus Roots. Barbadoes Tar, Poppy Heads, . Tonqna Beans, Refined Borax, Refined Camphor, Jennings's Calcined and Carb. Magnesia,Calabria^ Liquorice, Essential Oils of prime quality,Frencb Chamois, Wedgwood and Porcelain Mortars and. Pill Tiles, Evaporating Dishes, Porcelain Funnels. Flint-Glass Prescription Vials, Druggists' Furniture Bottles:of Boston manufacture, French; Vial Corks. Pallet Knives, ic. ROBERT SHOEMAKER <fc CO., Wholesale Druggists fe3 N. E. corner Fonrth and Race streets. TO DRUGGISTS.—We offer to the dispensing: Trade a large fresh stock of selected Drugs—com pricing, among many- other articles, Saivaparilla, Mexicanaud Honduras; Magnesia * Calcined, in tin cases and bottles; Castor OilE. I. an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATTJKE. I IlAititisuuno. Feb. 4, IS64. HorBE.—Mr. O'Karra oflered the following resolution : Wherras, By an act of Congress passed in 1S!j->, there was made by the United St Ues Government to this State a grant of land for the purposes oi education; Therefore . fiesclvcd, That a committee of three members of this Iloi'.te be appointed to inquire into tlie propriety of appropriating the proceeds of such grant ot land to the colleges an:i oiher institutions of learning in this Commonwealth, and to report by bill or otherwise. Mr. Hergwin moved to amend, to refer the matter to the Committee on the Judiciary General, instead of a special one. The amendment was agreed to. Mr. Wells offerei ihe following amendment which was also.adopted: And that the said Couimitteo take into consideration ibe propriety of w.thholding the sale of said lands, aiuialso the propriety of locatinr said lands to be held by the Stale of Pennsylvania for the present. The resolution...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

CHAKLES WW^BS a «» 1 fflRST-CLASB "C v - " VIAlDE -CLOT" yNETPBICE' -'JtSADt 83-4 CHES" xfiNG- STOKE, HO " DER TT i'NUT STllEKT, Uk„ ; ¦ - - , H '.m^wfFja?**- &, & . "for Goat— J"*% **i ?&& iiengthofbacS * !f- ,^i ®T"S **om base oS . . : ^y»jp' " - sLg^ cellar towarn Jlpt &k ^^6 * andfromwaist ff^ ^ ' ^vJj 1 /S ^. toendoftaU. /{ £~«ci^5S J Jg S. I<ength oil 8- J ., . . mt .e. fJtojfF ' 5 Sleeve Cwlthl; 8 3 f^^ ' ¦ V T& *L ann- crooked) j » ¦ 8 ' \ W -«& trom middleS- ft t l \J^irsd»^d oi bock be-2 - | ^Sttp**?ffJ tween the! B *%% 1. »' liW shoulders to! B $ \ ft'. M end of enff, I 3 |. * If .jrJ and | /\ jjj the most pro- g 8 fi ^^ ty* minentpartof | .§! 8 P SV the chest.and ^f^aJS La^t I * * wiust, Siat» 1 1 ^1 A m wheth ererect 1 j B /fit or «toopiB(7. V h M\ I F»r.FantE, 1 w M » % inside uam, I j / ^l ^^g:- and outsl df, X - j'/ ^^3^- " *eum from ^^£^4$$- nip none arond. ths waist and hip. For Vest, same as Coat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

! Gkeat TsEfflX /..V^) VAr.OABLE UISOOVBBT OlJrUU V EiK I HIT.TON'S v Applicable to INSOLUBLE OEM EN* the ns'eful'^ Is of more general practical utility--, - ATts. : tiion anv invention now- before ciio-™ public. " It has been thoroughly test-; ed duringthe last twro years by prac' jticai men, s.nd prononneed by aH tc'|be > SUPEKIOK TO ANY ' I Adhesi.ve Precaration known. Anew thing. Hilton ' s Insoluble Cement 15* 5 a new thing, and the result ofyeai^ \- of study ;• its combination is on * Jts Combina'- SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES,, tion. "f. and under no circumstances Oi"5 f. change of temperature, will it be-¦ come corrupt or emit any offenslvo* . ' smell. llootandShoe BOOT ASD SHOE Mannfac- : Manufacturers usin| Machmes"-wmi turers. , find it the bestarticlS known tor Cementing ike Channelas it works* without delay, is not affected by any chauge of temperature. Tewalers JBWEtEHS jeweiem. wiI , flnd jt 50lflciently adhesive*» their use, as has been proved.' Families. Wis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

Ki'UOA.riox /"'Ci'YlNG AMi UlTSi WR 11 INf 5-—Lei-V. l-rs written ;,-.t 1.;:.::-? 1.;. a I.-d.i. and Copy. iniro: Mauii.-criu'-.A-c .»!! u'.v rea>on..be lenn-. I..t. - ii:.-'V: t. ' tUt* 1. >?.-ti- in U'ririilir Letters, -r-. ' v. ,t .- r ' l- ' rt-iiti. ' j-r---' . r -: ,m" -1! address, andrhe ,m,-. < ,-¦ ;, ¦¦ .111,1 :.-. ''-i.- ' :'.M- -r; nsot letter wriLihs. - .'Iru :-t rnirs c'l'it .1 in oi lit tent hand writings .»x (- ¦ I ' li. ' .-rV.d ' lres?. i;i-:HM'.E Street, nearOxford, S!.\ Uli,-.' .rf:- ; ' ..l' ' r».-i-1v-.-i.ii--l. f.'i-Kt 1)hTri^ ^sS, 1; FKt:i>. A. UnlMi'SdBjMASn' Nyv'K^AZH'XtSii-iil be Tv-opened in :i t w .t.-ivs T.-v..,- as ' -u:.l. FIVE lH)LLAR-< I. i; ; V. F.LVE WF.i'KS. tlie crailuat-d el v'-se> ai- - --.ll i), li'ii actilir> . Ple..;'e apply 7il S RUDE ^t- ,,' , >.-i\-.een I and 2 o'i loch. f.-o-Gt^ f TtiWDt'T^rc^'LTl-xTE^ f MKD1CAL H'lU'A!, TMF.NT. The i'lli Anuiral Cone-- L,f l.-tures in th-M 1.1'IC...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 5 February 1864

\ /Yet your stasipinu. hk.xiDing, em- - % BROIDERY and Tambourine done at CAMERON'S, 228 North EIGHTH street and 5CS South SIXTH street. Ladicb'. under-clothing in stock and rr-ade- to order. T fe3 2m* U. S. B. , The Universal Spring Bedeasiestcheapest and best in ns-e. .Hair, Palm and Husk Mattiesse-r, Feather Beds. Comlort and Spreads, - PHILBROOfC & CO. . defl-Smo No. it: So nth Seventh «treet _ jTriLlTARYAND NAVALCLAIMAGENTSPENSIONS, I K?-Promptly collected-and BOUNTIES, procured by J.ir(-.o * BAdkPAY; BIGELOW. WYNKOOP & SUBilSTI mOEr ' No. T15 S . .triurstr ^V CLAIMS. ?e ^w0 " pMladelnhia. PAfeSPOR,TS. J deMinS -* rMiaiwipnia.

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