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

TOBACCO AND SEGARS. ENTCCKY TOBACCO.-fD ark heavy Kentucky Tobacco, suitable for shipping, in store and for sale by GEORGE ALKINS, 1" and 1-2 South Delaware avenue [ jalii PENNSYLVANIA SEE© LEAF TORIOOO. —114 Case.* Pennsylvania Seed Leaf Tobacco, Wrappers and Fillers, and Old Cavendish tor sale by GEORGE ALKIN'S, 10 and 12 South Delaware Avenue. taao ' TXIRGINIA MANUFACTURED TOBACCO ^ - VTHE FIRST ARRIVAL SINCE THE »A1 BROKE OUT—35 boxes superior sweet lumpi Just received from Norfolk, now lauding fron schooner Florence, and for sale by THOMAS WEBSTER, JE.. General Agent Union Steamship Company. 14 North Delaware aver.nn

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

xxxvnriH cohobess.—first skssioit. Washinotok, Feo. 4. Senate —Mr. Brown [Mo.) offere/a the memorial otthe National Land Transfer Company, of AIis ¦souTi,, praying for aid to promote the emigration ¦of skilled laborers into that State. The memorial was referred to The Finance Committee. Mr. Lane (Kan.) reporte i brunt rum the Com-Tnittee on Public Lands ihe bill setting apart a portion of the State of Texas for Kansas citizens,' with amendments. Ordered to be printed. Mr. Sumner (Mass.) offered a resolution request-ruing the President of'the United States, ir not 111-compaiible wittrthe public-interests, to corumutu--cate any correspondence in his possession relative 'to a reciprocity treaty between ine United States rand the Sandwich Islands, which was passed. Mr. Howe (Wis.) offered a resolution instructing ihe Secretary of the Interior to sell a>. public auction all public books and documents iu his custody. .Adopted ' ~ The bill equalizing the pay of United Stites s...

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

' ¦" " ¦ " T c: AlfCTION BMuSS; "Svf THOMAS & SONS, 'AUCTIONEERS, Jxt. No«. 139 and 141 South Fourth jrtreet Assignees' Peremptoiy Sale,,8th March. ASSETS OF THE BANK PENNSYLVANIA. CAlcD-t-Cn TUESDAY, 8th March-next, at the Exchange, by order oT the Court of Corhmoa Pleas, all the remaining assets of tlie Bank' of I'ennsovlvhliia. . i SSr Catalogues will be ready ten days previous SALES OF STOCKS AND: REi-Ji ESTATE at the Exchange, every TUESDAY, at 12 o'clock noon.- , , - K ' • B»"Handbills of each property issued; separately, and on the Saturday previous to each sale 1000 caialognes, in pamphlet form, giving ' fulldescriptions. ° r Be?- Particular attention given to sales at private residences, &c. ¦• ¦ -.«>. *¦ • ¦ JB T FURNITURE SALES AT THE AUCTION STORE, EVERY THURSDAY. ! -a ¦ lJ .lJJ "l ;UI, VALUABLE BANK AND OTHER STOCKS. Afto . °?'TUESDAY, FEB. 19, / qiYi? °ol 9, ck noon, at the Exchange, " ' . ' . ' I a J?a«s Commercial Bank. r'' - ' " • i de...

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

¦ AUCTION 8-&T.ES. . Q AMI L , c. COOK, AUCTIONEER,. U-S nn-rrl^^'^ y^ONT street, v " ™£5£. MENT 'SALE OF BOILERS. 10 n .S^, 1101 *1 ^ MORNING. *v ' Yard ™un HKt'e< ,„ 5tre< * wiarr ' b">°wthe War? ment- ? im acC0UIVt o£ U - S - - JheV X° aflVm, tr JIun«Adger. ' ImhiedK ^Xr j'^ . The borfefk', 'lae tKMer Wamsiitta. fe4-3r$ TAMES ¦&. ' . ' rMW?±^, ' ' ^OTIOKEER, tf Ho. 422 WA. stocks abu T* Fourth. ON WSl, "NESpAY, FEB. 10, At 12 o- clock noos, U B £xc iaa f Sa~ Execntor' s Sale—SSV EDaxes stock Bank of Penn Townslrip. '. !* 16 shares stock Spring: C a™ enl Insurance Co. Also,ouofb*»./ vcT c°uuts . 100 shares Callaway Btiuisi. X 'h. 1 do. Mercantile LMsai T ^°- > REAL ESTATE SAI.2, 'P*.B ',0 ' 185*< This sale will include— -™ . ,_ 2D AND COIUMBIA! AVE2?\ ^r„A V? e!rstory brick house, lager beerssfioon ax. 1S% ¦ ! 'n £' 18 feet by tiltf feet; well built house, wul \ba, Broom, range, bath?, gas, &c. SOS gro.,n . d rent....

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

CITY COUNCILS. - The regular stated Meeting of Councils was held yesterday afternoon. SELECT .BRANCH. Mr. King, on behalf of the Democratic members, presented a protest against t'^e action of the Chamber on Monday last, at the special meeting, when Directors of Railroad Companies were elected,, as illegal, subversive of the rights of the ininoiity. It . was alleged that as the Chamber adjourned on Thursday without a quorum, and as the meeting of Monday was a continuation of tbe stated meeting, the proo-eedings were irregular, :ls ihe only question should-have been upon tbu resolution to go into joint Convention. Instead of tnis the President ol ihe Chamber invited the members to ' proeted to the other Chamber. 'Ihe protest was amended to jrefer only to the North Pennsylvania Railroad, the Act of " Assembly requiimg the election to be In January, and not in February. The protest wcus then recorded. A petition was received from the Neptune Hose, for a lire alarm telegraph box: a...

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

M m WL M AT PRIVATE SALE—JAMES A. FREE MAN'S REGISTER. ~ VALUABLE COUNTRY-PROPERTIES AT PRIVATE SALE.—The very fine larm of Adioin Eckleldt, Esq., on the West Chester road, six miles irom tlie Market sireet bridge, conuiiuinjr, 15-j acres, with very tine improvements. The innasion is over loo feetiront, on a fine lawn, several springs and two streams of water It is two miles beyond tbe city limit. Tbe lano is in the highest state of cultivation, has been need as a dairv larm. On the proi«>rty are also very extensive tmltftnps for curry mg on that business. S&~ Full particulars may be had a: tae auction More, or it may be examined on application to Mr. Eckfeldt. owner aud occ-upaut. Also, a desirable farm of ?5 acres, adjoining West Chester, part located within the limits of the borough. This valuable proper.y is in the highest state of cultivation, a*-d the fence's, buildings. &c. , in complete order. Pure sprius water is forced up to tbe dwelling and ba...

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

BUSINESS OAftDS. S DELPiiiA '' 'Q,iU ^'d!l ' BAKE; OF I'SSSi ' FKAKeuTFORD-i ' CADTAL JJtCO . OOO, wiGythe.prtvileg3; ofincrra6. ine to 85uti,t'i.t'. ' ' > NATHAN HILLES. Pi'Cident-.WrLMA-M H. BHAWN, l.asMer, late of Be Philadelphia .aank. . DlBECToaW- ' Nathan Hille?, Lewis Sh\allcros3, George W. Rur'.wn, " Claries; E Krismer, Simon R. ^nyder, Benjamin Rowland,Jr., Ef.wnrd-Hajcs, Rp'-jrvrriinH. Deacon, '- "' ¦ John Cooper. > 1 he Second National Bank of Philadelphia is now open at No. 131 Main street, Frankford, for ibe transaction' of a General Banhing. Bnsiness upon the .usual term?. . ; ' Collections upon all accessible poiiits will bo made upon libeval terms. Respectfully, W. H. RHAWN, fe3-3m$ . ; Casher. GKO. O. MTASDBBIBOli. . fcJ.W- fCVXlittAli. OTANDB RIDGE & CO., BANKERS . AND EXCHANGE BROKERS, . No. 49 South THIRD street, PHILADELPHIA.. STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. Uncurrent Bank Notes and City Warrants: boughi at the lowes...

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

LIQUOKS, &(J. BAY" RUM.—Pure Bay Kum, imported dlreet ffom fct. Thomas, W. I., in bottle and for sale by-GEORGE ALKIN' S, 10 and 12 South Delaware Avenue. . jarl' J . QHtHRI WINE — Atnoniillaaa Sherry of sujj perior quality, in cases 1 cozen each, on consignment aori for sale by (ItOKG-fi ALK1NS, 10 and 12 Sonth Delaware aveuce. QCOTOii WHISKLi' In otises of one dozen >J each oa corsipnmeut Mid for sale by'GEO. ALKIN'5 , 1" a^d ' - ^^u 'h D.^ta^areavenue. XT31A SPARKLING CHAMPAGNE Oi- ' DER, af wholesale. Grocers and shipper! invited to examine. P. J. .10RDAN. 220 Peai street, below Third aud Walnut streets. tot Ji '. DUNTON, " " , 14S Sonth Front screo'-j.arjOTe Walnut. Agen cv of CRUSOE and CAMPELL SHERRIES ESNEST IRROY A CO.' S CHAMPAGNES, Golden Star Brand, Ay Grand Housseux, BRANDIES, PORTS cn.d MA DEIRAS. anil SUTLERS and SHIPPERS, ATTENTIONCHAMPAGNE OIDEJt, warranted, now in tine oriler for Shipning. Fbrsale, wholesale only,,. at 220 Pear st., below Third...

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

STOVES, HEATERS, &C. THOMAS S. DIXON, c Late Andrews Jr. Dixon, Ko. 1324 CHESTNUT street,, Philadelphia, Opposite United States Mint, Manufacturers of LOWDOWN, PARLOR, CHAJVIBER, OFFICE, AND OTHER GRATES, Jfor Anthi-ecite, Bituminous and Wood FSra» ALSO. WARM AIR. FURNACES, For 'wanning public ard private bru;aine», REGISTERS, VENTILATORS, AMD CHIMNEY GAPS, „ . COOKING RANGES, B6.TH BOILESS,i«0 WHOLESALE ANDRETArL. ht>

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

PERFUMERY. WHITE VIRGIN WAX OF ANTILLES.-A new French Cosmetic for Beautifying, Whitening aud ^ Preserving the Complexioii. It U the most wouderfnl compound of the age. Then is neither chalk, powder, magnesia, jbismuth oi talc in its composition, and we offer a reward or 85000 co any chemist or other person who can discover any of these articles in its manufacture li is composed entirely of pure Virgin Wax—hence, its extraordinary qualities for preserving'the skin, making it soft, smooth, fair and transparent. It makes the old appear young, the homely handsome, the handsome more beantiful, and the most beautiful divine. Price 25 and 50 cents For sale by HUNT * CO. .Perfumers, rjo.41 South EIGHTH Street, two doors above Chestnut street. det6-2mot

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

pianos, " &c. ip^^MUSSsJiV^: Oonpe i ^tatt' * celebrated Pianos, SteuS's.<vea others, /ago, second-hand TJla n0S ,„^,a l?i thirty per . ^at. cheaper than down towa. All Pianos ' ffarranted for Bve years. „i ;l , -<w„i-i. Con- jtrydealers are requested to a^ an dexamlr ^ the assortment. ' ,.; ' ,, -..^""f^V, ' ¦ " A BBOW ' BOOTS- 12 BARRELS ^ PJ^K A Jamaica Arrow Root—!?or sale by GEORGF. SI/)K^S, 10 »nd 12 South Delaware ATenw. jaa

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

unniiui UEN'L'lS'l'R' x. , jfmHr—4. UK. Jbinii, fiui.u i x\ya.i* WWsWfor the last twenty years, S19 VIN,E.Street, behowThird, inserts the most beautiful TEETH oi the aee, mounted on fine Gold, P-l&tma , Silvar, VulcaniteCoralite, Amber, Jcp., at priceafoi neat and substantial work, more reasonable _ tbaE auv Dentist in this city or State. Teeth plugged fofastftr lift. Artificial Teeth benalred to suit. No pain in extracting. Ay work ^«ranhjd tofit. ¦Rj fer.nr'j. bwitTtHltM-*^ I , de8».!hn»

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

HOCOLATE. -WALTEK WjjuiiSB * 007-8 Chocolate; Coooa and Broma; single, doabh and trir'-e Vanilla; also, Orid Oacoa and. Oocos 3bells, in store and for sale by/WII. & Q.&fJitv t» South B* aisra» whar»«.

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

ir\BANGES AND LEMONS. -m. boxes la V 9 prims order, landing from brie Anna Wellington, *nd Tor sale by JOS. 'B. BUSSIER&OU.. 108 South Wharves, ,:.- ,< ,, '

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

QAA BAGS LAGUAYRAi COFFEE, NOW OUU landing from bark Thomas Dallett. "For sale by.DAIiliETT & tON, lfl» South FBONT •tesefcj.v-.. .*. ,.--,, .: -;i .,'. ,.;.,, .; ,' - . - ; " .. L'/_ '. ..'..W

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

- BTTSTWBSS WtVT^OBS-. LVR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT is. the author of "Dr. Sweet's Infal-Uhle Liniment."' ¦ _ . ¦rfTPu~ ^pg * ' *g ° ^ 1—jt"3ii f^^^ IMP RO YEMEN T ff^Tf^I ' *' * \ OF THE AGE IN PIANOS. MEYER'S Improved Overstrung Pianos, acknowledged by the leading artists, and endorsed hy the Mbsical public, to be the finest Pianos in America.l , , The attention of the Musical public is called to these recent great improvements in Piano Fortes. By a new method of construction, the greatest possible volume of tone has been obtained, without any of the sweetness and brilliancy for which these Pianos ars so celebrated, being lost, and which, with an Improved Touch and Action render them Uneonaled. These Instruments received the Prize Medal at the World's Fair, held in London, as well as the Highest Awards over all competitors, from the first Fairs and Institutes in this Country. Warelooms, 722 Arch street below Eighth, Philada. LEHIGH LOCUST MOUNTAIN AND $2iA.ox Hhath, Wh...

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

THE MEANHESSOF LOCOFOCOISM. inere never was a political organization, so essentially mean as the present Locofoco party. Eight years of Franklin Pierce and James Buchanan drove from the ranks of the Democracy almost every intelligent man who possessed any self-respect, and the attitude of tne Copperhead faction since the breaking butiiof the war has .made__ the matter simply a question of loyalty and patriotism. We doubt whether the annals of politics in any part of the world can furnish a parallel for the meanness of the sixteen Locofocos at Harrisburg, who a r e preventing the organization of the Senate by taking advantage of the fact that Major White is a prisoner of war at Richmond, and who are putting the Jast feather of meanness upon the back of public patience and .forbearance, by throwing obstacles in the way of the reception of the resignation of the patriot prisoner, and b y attempting to prevent the election of a Senator in his p lace. But even this wretched exhibit...

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

At * \\ & WEIGHT & SLT3DALL ^ No. 119 Market Street. * hkr'.-A-reij rruniiUiu isecoua ,u«i4. C. -W. WB1QHT. r. H. BIDDALt-DRVQaiSTS, PHYSICIANS. AND GENERAL STOREKEEPERS Can find at oar establisnnignt a mil £*- lonment of Imported and Domestic Drags, popular Patent Kedicines, Paints, Coal Oil, Window Glass, Prescription Ylala, etc, at as low prices as gencise first cls*a roods can be eold. FINE ESSENTIAL OILS for Confectioners, in full variety, and of tlie best quality. Cochineal, Bengal Indigo, Bladder, Pov-Acli, Cudbear, Soda Ash, Alum, Oil oi Vitriol, Annatto. ' - _ Copperas, Extract of Logwood; &c, FOK DYERS' use, always on hand at low»»i set cash-prices. " SULPHITE OF XJME, for Seeping cider sweet: a perfectly harmless preparation; pat up, wttn fall directions for use, in packages, containing rufflcier.t for one barrel. Orders by mail, or city post, wtli m»et with prompt kttgntioii, or special qnotations will be f nnffitiea when requeued. WEIGHT Jc SID...

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

¦ : . WIGFALL. ' Mr.Wig fall , the"Wi g faJl , appears at last to understand the true condition of . rebel finances. He expresses the belief that the people , by their incontinent madness, are piling up a debt which they will Have to pay, until ultimately it will topp le and crush them under its weight. For some time past this illustrious representative of Southern rig hts has been dwelling in comparative ob" scurity. Early iff the war he made himself consp icuous in a small *oat in Charleston harbor , when the band of heroes in Fort Sumter were compelled to surrender, and subsequently preached treason and resistance to the ignorant residents of the mountainous sections of- Southwestern Virginia; but as one of the civic dignitaries of the land he has not attained much notoriety. His silence, however, may have been caused by the attention he paid to the monetary interests of ' reheldom , a subject which necessarily required close observation and investigation, and much arithm...

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

ine tuuiiuii to irom secession ' cahaubs. The editor, whoever he may be , pretends to believe all this stulf, and he repeats it, in various forms, three or four times in the same number of .his paper. Some of his European readers; may believe it; but, whether they do or not, they will take a little comfort from the mere publication. It is from such data as this Fort Jackson canard-that it is asserted in the Index that "the South was never so strong as at present !: ' Wo wish it joy of nil such strength. from becoming known. It is only bv fr.tjnientary ;aets,too e!ociu£nt (o be misconstrued, that we gain some idta'ol ' tho gravity of that mutiny which a few steamers back was described as •' a trifling atfjir.' Since then, we learn that two regiments sent from A' c-tc Orleans hare failed to dispossess the mutineers; aui l>c xt , that a naval expedition of two or three gunboats hus beep equally unsuccessful. Private letters reveal startling particulars. The blucks, it is...

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