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

riotutu ain l- sjrejt VEBY FINE, REAL, WHITL SHETLAND POINTES AND SHAWLS.—GEO. W. vuwr.L, . uiij^ u -. openea this morning his Spring importuthJn qf JZeal Shetland Shotcls and Hal/ Sha\els (Pom.es); the qualities are eiquisltely fin^,-bfelng hand made, and excel in elegance any before offt-red. feo-6t* OOKS! BOOKS'. ' BOOKS ' . BUY THEM NOAVv AND GET CHEAP. The largest slock in the city is afc T. B. PETERSON & BROTHEBS, No. 306 CHESTNUT Street Philadelphia. ' LL IN WANT OF BOOKS OF ALL KINDS aje requested to call, and one-purchase will convince von that the best place to buy Books is at the Publishing and Bookselling Emporium of T. B. PETEBSHN fc BROTHI-BS, N No. 306 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. Call and examine our stock, which is very extensive. ETEBSON'S IS THJc. CHEAPEST PLa.CE in the -world to buy all kinds of Books and Photographic A lbnms. Call or send to the Publishing and Booksel'inc House of T. S. PETERSON & BROTHERS, No: 30G CHESTNUT Street, Philad...

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

' ^fiftML; ' DESPATCH FROM GEU. BOTJUSB. The Enemy Retiring—-Hewbern Believed. XATES TROM NORTH CAROLDTA. Washington ,Feb. 5 The Star publishes the following : . .;•..-. . PoETBEss MoNROE ,Peb. 5—Hon.E.M. Staunton, Secretary of War : A. despatch received from Newburn, dated Feb. 3d, says: "The enemy has retired on Kingston. "Newbern is relieved. " . (Signed) ; "Bekj. P. Butlbk , "Major-General Commanding. *' LATEST FROM WASRT&0TON" . * {By the People 's Telegraph; Line.] "Washington , Fti^S r—la the House to-day the filibustering, resolution to prevent the Tote being taken on the amendment explanatory; o " the Confiscation act was renewed, and continued till nearly two o'clock, when.tHe ' majority gave way and by unanimous consent' arj, rangements were made to proceed witK^hs-d' er bate till F. P. Blair (Mo.), Green Chiy Smith ff (Ky.),and Mr. Prayn (N. T.) tiarfconcluded their speeches, when the vottyvnll be taken without fnrther delay. * f / The Rpubliean of this mor...

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

GTJEEILLA WAEFAEE ON THE MISSISSIPPI. [Coiret-poiuieuce' ol thi'Cincinnati Gazette. J Cairo. Feb. 3.—Captain J Id.. Kelley of tne steamer Freestone. - fumibhes micrv^ting iu«ms concerning gueiilla warfare upon the lower rwer. The Frrei-ioi'e v;us m the conontrr.de. On Wcdcisday night, the -27th nit., while at Carson's Landing, lifiA-en miles above the mouth of White river, about It) o'clock, the -.iunboat No. 20 came in, convoying the steamer Lady, and anchored near the Fi>:est<.;ne, when.ilie captain of the .gun-boat notified the Freefone to keep up sit*:im and be rtady to leave.at a moment's notice, as tlieie was trouble ahead.- Captain Kelly went shoro on . the Mississippi - side, where were congregated a troop, ot thirty men. .While talking to an acquaintance who informed him that guerillas were lying iu wait for him. Captain ForTPst with a company of cavalry, rode up and the crowd separated, Captain Kelly retrpaltnc-'to the boat, to which seve'n men intuted upon...

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

/nnoui at tne lax Receiver <£1 A REWARD.—LOST ON MONDAYLA>T . qjjLV noon, or near 's Uihce, a MEMORANDUM aud TWO DEPOSIT BOi'KS wrapped in a newspaper and tied up Whoever has fonnd the same and will scud it through the Post Office or otherwise, to theSouthwark Paper Company, 505 MINOR Street, will receive the above reward nnd the thanks of the owner. fe5- ."t LOBENCE NIGHTINGALE CORSET, of preat sanitary advantage, affording special support, stauding-and walking. All kinds best CORSETS and SKIRTS at Mrs. STEEL'S, Tenth street, belo-w Chestnut. fe5-3trp* LINEN CAMBSIO- HANOKERCHIEFS^- WHOLESALE AGENQY, . CHARLES ADAMS, ? No. 2l5"Church Alley. Just received, a consignment of , Bnnbas, Dieftsops'i Oo. 's celebrated Linen Cambric HANDKERCHIFFS. 600 dozen gents ' assorted qualities. 010 do. ladies' do. do. The attention of the trade is invited. ' Also, an invoice of gents' extra size and heavyhemmed do., in boxes. TERMS NET CASH. fel-f.m,w,3t* ¦TS7 H1TE LLAMA LACE P...

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

THE CANADA OBTWAED BOUND. Eaiifax, Feb. 5.—The Canada arrived from Boston at 8 o'clock this morning and sailed for Liverpool at ten. PEICE OF GOLD. New Yoes, Feb. 5.—Gold is qnoted at 157f. PEICE OF GOLD IN NEW Y0BK. [By the People's Telegraph Line.] New York, Feb. 5.—The following are the prices of gold to- day: j 10 A. M... 57-SI12 M ¦ 57J,'a57S 11 A. M... 57J,'a57Sf 1 P. M..; ST!iai7% WEATEEB EEFOET. The following telegraphic report of th» weather at -J A. M. to-day, at the points named, lia» been received: ' . TTi'mf. Wtother. Therm Portland, . S. E. Cloudy « Boston, S. S. E. . Clear. 39 Springfield, W. Hazy. 38 New YorK, W. Clear. 41 Philadelphia, S. W. Clear. 39 Washington, • S. W. Clear. 4u MARKETS. New YoitK, Feb. 5.—lotion Is dull at 64 cents ; Flour qniet. Sales of 5,300 bbls. at SG 5J to SO 68 for State, 57 35 fo S7 60 for Ohio. $7 r, I to S7 75 for Sonthern. Wheat heavy; sales of S3,00a bushels at SI 55al 5!) for Chicago Spring and SI 56 al CO for Milwankie club, SI ...

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

ClTY BULLETIN. Abktval.—The 8th Pennsylvania Cavalry, a re-enlisted regiment, arrjved in the city from Harrisburg shortly before 2 o'clock this afternoon. As we go to press the escort for the regiment is forming. The veterans will be taken to the Volunteer Eefreshment Saloon, after which a parade through a number of our streets will be made. Only 116 of the regiment have returned. White Few, Cosk ahd Bunion Pla' steii. —A rrr.ali invoice just received. For sale' by net dozen or single box, ' Bower, Sixth, and Vine. Bower's Isfakt Cordial is the oldest, safest and best remedy ' for -yielding relief to children teething. Sold by Bower, Sixth and Green, and by all Druggists. Needles' Truss, akd Brace Department.— Ladies' store on Twelfth street, 1st door below Race. (Concluded by/ljuiies.) Gentlemen will apply to C. H. Needles, o'B-the corner. The most thorough assortment ofbosr makes of every article in the lijie will be found h/re, and adjustment made with professional exacliyhde. ...

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

a. chance to escape. Somerville qnieKy left the ramp iortbecanehiake, aud eiudmg bis pursuers, finally reached the Freestone at.friar s Point. He reoogidzed a large n-nmher of Kentucky acquaintances among r o:rest s guerillas. Captain heily-had- a good opportunity of learaingthet'eeU ing/oi the people iu Arkansas and Mississippi along the river. He found almost a universal destreto end the war and return to the Union, if the renel G-Qv.reme. t wonl 1 • permit. He left the F' eestone at Friar s Point.. . - • . • Ephiaim Thomaswho killed the soldier, ¦ William Thomas, in Dougrevin,, yesterday, was killed by Thomas's comrades to-day, two shots entering his body. ' . '! . A deserter from tie 128th Illinois was killed today, in Williamson countyby the officers who tried to arrest him. Five deserters from the same vicinity were brought down to.diy.

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

ME. FREEMAN'S SALES OF BEAL ESTATE NEXT WEEK. Oh Moxday afternoon, at the Blno Bell, a valuable property on the Delaware river, by order of :he Orphans' Court. Os Wedkesday, noon, attheExcbanre, alarge sale. I'amphlct catalogues, including descriptions of both sales, noio rea ' dy.

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

¦ ¦^ ' - -' ¦ ' " . ,W :. " ¦ '. -. - V LleieijRTAiNsI MUSLIM CURTMNS ' AND WINDOW SHADES. I. E. WALRAVEN, SUCCESSOR TO W. H. CABEYIi, MASOKIC MMJLli, 719 CHESTNUT ST. jas!-M

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

EDWA&D R KELLY. JOHN KELLY, TAILOKa 612 CHESTNUT ST. I-ATE THIRD STREET AB. WiWfOT, Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment ot NEW ana STAPLE GOODS, PATTIES OVERCOATS AHD Warm Sack and Business Coats, FOR SALE AT Reduced- Prices.- - TERMS CASH-Prices lower than other Customer Tailors. . -' -."; TO LET—I'p Stairs of G12 and G14 Chestnut st.

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

CIVIL AND MILITARY CLOTH HOUSE. WILLIAM T. SNODGRASS, ' I No. 34 SOUTH SECOND, and 23 STRAWBERRY Sneets. is happv to state that he has laid in an extensive stock of CiiOiOE GOODS,anch, aa CIVIL LIST. ASHTAKBIIAVr. Black Ciotns, 1 Blue Cloths Black Doeskins Sfry-Blue Cloths, Black Cassimeres, Sjky-Blue Doeskins Eleaant Coatings, • Dark Blue Doeskins, Billitrd Cloths j;ark Blue Beavers, Basatellel-loths, Dark Bine PUots. Trimmings, :{-'tanH6-4BlneFlaimelfl •• Beaverterus, Scarlet Cloths. Cords and "Velveteens. Mazarine Blue Cloths. We advise our friends to come early, as our present stock is cheaper than we can purchase now. jal5-lm

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

K. C. SpC. ; ' *™?> '• GREEN, - 733 BLUE CEESTNCT ¦ " * ST. AWD -. IMPORTERS " 1 WHITE * OF 1 v\^ Hollands 723] Hollands AND /°V ' ' fc.T Manufacturers ' £ LOW °* J. / - .-/ /' IitPOarATIOS. WINDOW «4 **» PRICES. SHADES. . ' ' - lt#

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

GEO. N. HART^Y & SON, STOCK BROKERS, Wo. 218 Walnut Street. GEO. N. HARVEY has this day taken into partnership his son MILTON L. HARVEY. The " lusiness will hereafter be conducted by GEO. N. HAR-v EY& EON. fe5-lm$ GEO. N. HABVEY.

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

P. F. KELLY. B. K. JAMISON. P. F. KELLY & CO., Bankers and Exchange Brokers, NOBTHWEST COBNER OF THLBD IP CHESTSUT STS., PHILADELPHIA. iflTQ.SmA *

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

C. B. TVRI^HTA CO., No. 142 South Third Street, OPPOSITE THE EXCHANGE, V Dealers in Government and Stata Septirtties, C nar-ermnsiers' ( heeks ana"Vououers, andOertificutesol Incebtednesa. Orders for the purchase and sale of Stocks and Loai-s promptly executed/ jci3u-lin{

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

DTJPONT'S GtmPOWDEK.-^TJFEEFrNa Sporting a»d all other kinds of Eagle Gunpowder. Gunpowder f"r blaatlng andshipping; also; Government Frot> '< for ordnauce and military 8?rvica: Gannon, Mus*et and^ifle-Powder, to \ »a!e by "WILLIAM 6. iBANT, 318 SCTitt IW » > -Wnra it-vmrvr***- - . -'¦'.'' ..' ** ,.¦*? ~ <^-~* - ¦ " CANARY SEED.-TWENTY-FIYE BWl^i I &jae canawBwd-la-stew aa&. tatjsbi *y . . ..' ' ,'..'.' ""!... ¦' :- - ' 'l-.- . '-'i' . ¦' •> '¦ ,-.'Vw.-t-ii A

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

8E3ST AT, BROS. & 00. 214 CHESTNUT Street, opposite Strawberry St., Importers of WHITE GOODS. Offera completea=sorrmentol Jaconets,Cambrics, Checks, Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks, Swiss Mnll3, India Book, India Mull and other Muslins of our nsnal make and finish. iaK-tft

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

HEAVY CANTON FL.AHHELS '¦ , AND ' STANDARD DBILL8. FOE SALE BY Frotbiusrham & l^ells.

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

: SPECIAL- ftOTiCES. . ¦ _>-—,, NOTICE. -^ Shippers and Consignees: of (TW^Freigbts over the Camden and Amboy Rail-Itad are informed tbat the advanced winter rates of said company will go into eiFect on MOND XX NEXT, 6<h instant. All special rates heretofore eiven will atth.tt date cease. WALTER FREEMAN, Agent Transportation, ¦ fe4-6t§ ¦ Camden and Amhoy R, R. Co. rrS=»- AT THE ANNUAL MEETING of the LL3 Stockholders of the UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY, held on Tuesday, February ¦> , \Boi, at the Office, No. 14 North Delaware avenue, the following named gentlemen were duly elected Managers, viz: Wm. jyl. Baird, " I A. J. Bncknor, Thomas Sparks, | James jy WUetbam, Thomas Webster. ' And atasubsetjueiLtineetingof the Board. Wm. B. Baird was appointed President. Thomas Sparks, Vice President;, Thomas Webster, General Agen1 ; and Wm. W. Har&ness, Secretary nnd Treasurer, for the ensuing year. fel.3tQ W. W. HARDNESS, Secretary. -v^=L MAEO. UET1E MINING COMPAN...

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

FOB SAIJi AND ,Tfr LET. «Si COACH HOUSE aKU STABLING TO JH LET.-Jt is well built (with lofts, and room lor Coachman. The building is about 32 feet Equate, two stories, : with stables for four horses, betides a large cleaning stall, waUy: closet, and constructed with" all the modern improvements, situate near LOGAN" SQ.UARE. • " GEORGE W. COLL ADA Y, fe4-tfv . No. 619 Walnut street. j@ FOR>ALE—PROPERTIES, No. 2110and BS.2112 CHERRY street. ' Two superior dwellings on each lot. S?5(K) can remafH.o ' n mortgage. : GEORGE W. COLL 4DAY, fe4;tf . - ' No. 619 Walnut street. jgB FORSALE, A DOUBLE THREE-STORY BS. Brick House,e with three-story Back Buildings complete; has * " all the modern convenience, Bath, Gas, Hot and Cold Water, ka., situated No. 332South THIRTEENTH St., below Spruce, west side, adjoining St Luke's Church Lot is 20 feet 9 incbes front by 150 feet deep to a 20 feet, wide street, also a six feet wide ' aliey running into Thirteenth street Price §9,000; one ha...

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