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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

. y :; , ¦ AUCTION SALES. - ¦ ! 1VF SSP^8 ¦ ¦ * SONS, AUCTIONEERS ^rirrt£= ASLani1141 South Fourth street - &4.ucit& AND REAL ESTATE—TTJESDA1 ft,p ,^P'11. etf . catalogues now ready, oontainrnt TuescSvTeS.Vtf .SH*" P™perty to ¦ & sold or * and! Pi v^.a ^mt \'-Jn Vl ^ «s<: of sales 16th Sg^raSou^^ toS6 o» 0Taerof °^ S°&3SSS: ASsIt^OV8 ™^?^ - March. JfVi.v? V. 1 THK bank pennsylvawta CARD-On TUESDAY , 8th Marchnextfat tie pfeC as an au ' thT ^^0f ,he Otrntt ^ OmSSS PennsyUan1a. remalmnB aS8etS of *" Ba »* ot to^ie ° atal0g,Iea Wi " ^afl y ten days previous SALES OF STOCKS AND REAL ESTATE at.fhe Exchange, every TUESDAY, at 12 o'clock n^Han dhills of each property issued separately, and on the Saturday previous to each sale 1UO0 catalogues, in pamphlet form, giving full descriptions. ; «3~ Particular attention given to sales at private Tcsidenc.es, &c. as- FURNITURE SALES at the AUCTION STORE, EVERY THURSDAY. VALUABLE BANK AND OTH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

AUCTION 8ALE8. . ' ¦ . S A1UEI O. COOK, AUCTIONEER, 1st South FRONT street " . U. S. GOVERNMENT SALE OF BOILERS. ON MONDAY MORNING, At 12 o'clockon Reed street wharf, below tha Navy Yard, will be- sold, for acconnt of TJ. S. Governments—The boiler* of tbe steamer James Adger. Immediately after, in the Navy Yard The boilers of the steamer Wamsnttal' fe4-3tf JAMES A. FREEMAN, AUOTIOKEEBi Jfo. 422 WALNUT street, above Fourth. ¦ :9 ''¦' . STOCKS.. ON WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, At 15 o'clock noon, at the Exchange—Executor's Sale—200 shares stock Bank of FfflM Township. ' 16 shares stock Spring Garden Insurance Oo. Also, on other accounts, ." ' ' ¦ 100 shares Callaway Mining Co. 1 do. Mercantile Library Co. Th E?AL ESTATE SALE, FEB. O, 1B64. T^>? sale will include- . sinSr £F5\. COLUMBIA AVENOSE-^a. three. is tL,*l"*h °nse, lager beer saloon ahd dweHtogV roont ^LIL* 2"$ ' wel1 bum house, with batS. sXl.v^' , ^S6 * e"5 '&c - *6« ground rent die' d!7 order or Heirs-Estate of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

XXXVIIITH CONGRESS-PIBST SESSION. WASUiNaTorJ, Feb. 5. Housk oir Representatives., Mr. James O. Allen (111.) moved that, when the House Adjourns it be till Monday next, which was disagreed to by a vote oi 7d to 85, tho Republicans voting against it. The Speaker announced the pending question to be on tbe passage of the joint resolution to amerd a joint resolution explanatory of the Confiscation act of July, 1602. _ . . ' Mr. Holman (Ind.) moved to lay the joint resolution on the table, wbich was lost by a vote of 60 to 72. . . ¦ Mr. Cox (Ohio) moved that the Honse adjourn Mr. Ashley (Ohio), with a view to accommodate both sides, proposed, by unanimous consent, that Mr." Blair (alo.) be permitted to address the House; that Mr. Smith (Ky.) should followand that aiterwaida Mr. Pruyn (N. Y.), and tome gentlemen on the Republican side Bhould be allowed to syeak, when the question shall be taken without further dilatory motion. . ' Mr. Schenck (Ohio) suggested that the subject be la...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

POBIO?PHILAnrXPB3A.FEBBTJABY 6, 3DJI KlBBfl.6 55 | Sin« SKTS .6 5 I HlOB WATBB, 12 Oi MEMORANDA. Steamship City of New York (Br), Kennedy, for Liverpool, cleared at New York yesterday. Steamship Caledonia, Ferrier, from New York, at Glasgow 21st ult. Steamship Hammonia, Schwensenfrom N York, for Hamburg, at Southampton 21st ult. Steamship Adriatic, Nicholson, from New York, at Galway 23d ult, was in the ice of Newfoundland and had her stern damaged. Steamship Persia,Lott,from New York, at Liverpool 2Sth ult-Ship Gen. McClellan, Trask,which left New York on the 7th ult. arrived at Liverpool on the 23d, thus making the passage in fifteen days. Ship Live Oak (new), cleared at Belfast, Me. 5th inst. lor New Orleans. Ship Mary Bangs, Bangs, from Callao, at Flushing totb ult. Ship Fleeting, Kelly,frora Boston, at Rio Janeiro 23d Dec. chartered to take. the cargo of ship Undaunted to San Francisco. Texas, Horton, cleared at New York yesterday for this port. Baik Greenland, Thompson, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

' ¦ ¦ ' i«> —¦ - T FINANCIAL. The following is the amount of coal shipped over the Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain Railroad, for the week ending Wednesday, Feb. 4,1864, and since Jan. 1, together with corresponding period last year: Week. Previously. Total. TonB. TonB. Tons. 1864 6,817 22,9-25 28,742 18B3 3,921 21,436 27,407 Increase 1,896 i 335 Decrease 661 The following is the amount of coal transported on the Philadelphia and Beading Bailroad during the three dayB ending Feb. 4, 1861: ^ t -^ v Tons.Cwt. From Port Carbon 19,006 12 " Pottsviile 28106 :" Schuylkill Haven 9,81115 " Auburn ; 1.375 19 •"'• Port Clinton 6,709 17 " Harrisburg and Dauphin 1501 • Total anthracite Goal for week.. 37 ,2W u " Harrisburg, total Bituminous coal 4,991 02 . Total of all kinds for week 42,191 16 -Previously this year 347,346 01 Total 389,637 17 To same time last year •.. 440,136 03 Dejrease... V. 60,595 os The inspections of Flour and Meal in Philadelphia during the week ending Feb....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

SE COND NATIONAL BANK OF PHILADELPHIA. FRANKFORD. Catital SVTO,vjOO, with the privilege of increasing to S500,000. NATBAN HILLES, President; WILLIAM H. RHAWN, Cashier.'late ofthe Philadelphia Bank. mbectors: Nathan Hilles, [Lewis Shallcross, George W. Rnawn, Charles E- Kremer, Simon R. Snyder, Benjamin Rowland, Jr., Edward Hajes, jl Benjamin H. Deacon, John Cooper. The Second National Bank of Philadelphia is now open at No. 134 Main street, Frankford, for the transaction of a General Banking Business upon the nsual terms. Collections upon all accessible points will be made upon liberal terms. Respectfully, W. H. RHAWN fe3-3m$ ' Casher. SBO. O. BTXNDBTilDes. (J.W. HVBBHAK. OTAKDBBIB&B fc OO., BANKEBSAND EXCHANGE BROKERS, No. 49 South THEM), street, PHJXADBLralA. STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD oN,jee3EttissioN. Unourrent Bank Notes and City Warrants bought at the lowest rates of discount. ~° ja3-2m {>O SE AND PEASH WATER.—1003 Case V Quarts, and Pints. For sale by J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

Affaibs ox Johnson 's Island.—A corres- responaent.ol the Tribune writing from Sandusky, says: There - are some 2,600 Tebel prisoners, all commissioned rebel officers, now confined on Johnson's .Island. Gen. Terry, with his usual foresight, has had a sufficient quantity of provisions stored on-Johnson 's Island, to last the garrison and-prisoners two months. A complete system of espionage is maintained between Point au 'Pelee and the various islands in Sandusky Bay, some of which are inhabited by Englishmen who are bitter rebel sympathizers, but principally by Canadians engaged extensively in the grape culture. General Terry has likewise ordered ' a stronger guard, and the utmost vigilance is shown by Col. Bassett, the present efficient^commander of the island. The artilh ry is in position, and woe be unto the raiders from without or the captive conspirators within, should either venture to interfere with the military regulations of this important post. The arms and ammunition...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

st 01 oetvera ihuwi miuaiira Gbeat! Rat Hunt.—Everybody has heard of me vasystem - mu great city of Paris. It seems that during severe frosts, the vast multitudes of rats which abound in Paris, take to the sewers as a refuge from the'cold. Latterly, the weather has been more than usually severe, and it was resolved to have a great rat hunt. Accordingly, the authorities, assisted by a number-of men, gamins ahd dogs, entered the sewers at various places, and began a grand drive towards a common centre. The subterranean drivers soon had millions of rats massed together, struggling, squeelingand fighting,with extraordinary ferocity. At lengthHhey were driven into a large sewer near the bridge of Asuierrs, and forty dogs were let down among them. A battle ensued, which lasted no less than forty-five hours, and at the end of it victory remained with the dogs. But the latter had paid dearly for their victory. Four were found in the drain killed outright,and quite a number were totall...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

CORN EXCHANGE BANK, PHIXADai,PHU» November 23d, 1883. [ At the election held 16th Inst, the following Stockholders were duly elected Directors of tha Corn Exchange Bank: ^ • ¦ ¦ \ Alexander G. Cartel!, John F. Gross, James Steel, Christian J. Homnaa, Robert Ervien,. H. W. Catherwood, William P. Cox, Edmund A. Soader, Samuel T. Canby, Charles E. WilMns, Philip B. Mingle, David Vanderveer, Jonathan Knight. And at the meeting ofthe Board this day ALEX. G. OATTELL, Esq., was unanimously »-«!?<>*- ed President; and ALEX. WHILLDIN, E«a.» Vlcr resident, and JOHN W. TORKEY ^ Oaahler- i_ " > Z-V. VOJ&EZ no24.3mo Casnier. Y ELLOW METAL SHEATHIN»-r « »8P«; erBrothers * Co.'s Taunton Yellow Hm Sheathing, Bolts, Nails and SplWf °^SyHSf»S • tore and for sale by WHiIA»S. OBAHTkHi South Dalawan STenB*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

RELEASE OF BASIL DUKE. [Correspondence 01 -the mncinnati Gazette J. CoitMBuSjOhio, Feb. 3.—Considerable feeling has been manifested over the release of Baku Duke from the Ohio Penitentiary. The order itas issued by the War Department, and was peremptory, requiring Governor Brough to deliver Duke into the hands of the special messenger who brought the document lrom Washington, for the purpose of sending him to Camp Chase on parole. Tie Governor was not informed as to the object of the release, ^t is supposed, however, to be a preliminary movement, looking to an exchange for some prominent Union officers.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

m m> To be Shot.—Isaac Fishel, who piloted Gen. Fitz Hugh Lee in his late raid into Cumberland Valley, has been convicted as a spy and deserter, by a Court Martial sitting at Chambersburg, and has been sentenced to be shot at Carlisle Barracks, on the 18th of March next. The condemned was a member of the 166th regii ment of drafted militia, and deserted.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

rsOME ADDITIOITAL FACTS-' ABOT/r THS. WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MaCHINK. It would beiolly to attempt any ' ' .-higher eulogy upon the world-ren >whed Sewing Machine of Wheeler & Wilson (sold in this city, at their elegant warerooms, No: 704 Chestnut street) than the ; statement of tho fact that wherever tbe Wheeler & Wilson. Sewing Machine has been exhibited for competition, either on this or the other side of the Atlantic, it has, without a single exception, taken the highest prerhium. " So true is this, that wherever this compliment has been extended to any other machine, it may be taken as proof positive that the Wheeler Sc Wilson instrument was hot exhibited at all; this, in itself, is such a telling fact that to multiply words aboutit to people of intelligence would be useless. Nevertheless! there are a number of incidental facts connected with this fa vori te mach ine that the people o aght tokno w, a few of which we take the liberty of intro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

: ¦ t.»^iN^2e^j2i§i--- ' ' "ragSS^K^Sfflgpf"- » tIe ONLY TRUE PUR^ATIVlV'. „ ^l^ii :^^ofi^rt £»t cuVe!"wh^fySut ^^a35 £ns^« m^«S BowTle, Stomach, Kidneys, , oystem,.:&Wn and Blood are acted upon and the bowels, alter ju Son induced by Radway's P»»f'-^£"?f Sf shtod healthy as the stomach wonirt bo alter a 2iX of - lobelia. No ftraimng weakuess, or ^enchltg pains, or piles or. tenesmus, but a SSSSg h fur? natural evacuation is the res ult This is the testimony of one < -£to, *P'f' w"t« ¦Trashed physicians ia the world. Nf^er were ?™f.-^n? rt«-nttared " Radway's Pills are pills Srcwe^' T^uffererofL.ve^Complaint , Dysieocia Constipation, Bilioutness, Costiveness, 5»unoice, Dropsy, *«., may rely upon ai absoi«m cure, by the nse of one to six bexes. It is not i.oessaxy to take these pills for months or years to «ieorAP'i sh a cure. Tbey should be used in all -o.m where a cathartic is required. wT Bad way's Medicines are sold by Druggists -^ where. BADWAY & CO,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

REIMER'S COL'JRED PHOTOGRAPHS FOR SI CO. —1 heir reputation for accuracy aud u-aiHy is wide-spread aud daily increasing in popularity. Go to SECOND street, above Green, ano scenre one. OR A TOUGH BEEFSTEAK make use of a Meat Tenderer, which, with other Housekeeping Hardware, may be bought at TRUMAN 4; SHAW'SNo. 835 (Eight Thirty-five) Market strfcrt, below Ninth. , ARTK& 1)E V1S1TE-— Persons of ta-te and judgment ail pronounce those made by B. F. RE1MER excellent in position, execution and iltish. Gallery, C-J4 ARCH street. T710R WINDOW SHADES we have Roller Ends, _T Rack Putties, Knobs, Brackets, Tacks and oilier Hardware. TRUMAN & SHAW, No. B35 (Eight Thirty -five) Market street, below Ninth. STRIKING LIKEN ESSES. — Noae more so than B. F.REIMER'S superior Portraits, Lile-size PHOTOGRAPHS, in oil colors. Those Portraits excel all others in beauty. 6.'4 ARCH street. hAMPAGNE WINE LMPEIUAL OABINET Champagne Wine in quarts and pints, for sale by JALTtETCHE Js LAVERG...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

T HE GREAT TRIUMPH OF MRS. M. Q. BROWN'S "Metaphysical Discovery" over ail* quickery. Read carefully the folio win* certiflcAies, tendered me lor the benefit of all suffering humanity". GLorCESTEE, N. J., Jan. 30, ISM. I, Mr. William Lee, of Gloucester, Camden county, N. J., do certify that my wife, Ellen, has been suffering severely wilh a complication of diseases for eight years ' . The first symtom of duease was a womb complain1 :, on its first appearance she was confined to her bed for seven weeks'diseases of various kinds set in one after another, till my wife was an entire wreck. She has been under the treatment of ten of the first physicians, all . of whom failed to render her any relief, an* she was fast sinking in the arms of death. It is more than four years since she was ableto attend to household dnties. I have been compelled to employ a housekeeper. We had given up doctoring as useless. Most providentially and through the blessing of God, m> housekeeper went up...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLUS, CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION. COUG1.S, COLDS, CONSUMPTION. DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYKUP WILD r CHERRY, „„ „ DR SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYKUP WILD CHERRY DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYKUP WILD ^ CHERRY DR SW AYNE'S COMPOUND S'SRUP WILD CHERRY, - ^^. TTT> DR. S WAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD - ¦ CHERRY, CI7RES ALL COMPLAINTS CURES ALL COMPLAINTS CUBES ALL COMPLAINTS CURES ALL COMPLAINTS CURES ALL COMPLAINTS - OF THE THROAT, BKEaST AND; LUNGS, OF THE THROAT, BREAST AND LUNGs. OF ?HE THROAT BREAiT AND LUNGS, nv THE THROAT, BRKAST AND LUNGS. ?£ THE THBOAT, " BREAST AND DOTTCrS. A trial of many years has proved to . the woria that this remedy is more efficacious than any hitbe ' rto Itnown te mankind. Fcr Bronchitis,bore> Throat Asthmait is a sovereign remedy. For the weaK and debilitated, it acts as s> strengthening alterative. Prepared ^y^^& ^ 330 North Sixth street, Phil delphia. Sold bv de...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

EOG MEAT FOR TJKION PRISONERS. The Richmond Examiner of the 28th ultimo contains the following: "Wakkixg to DogsJ—According to the statement Of 'A Citizen,' who writes us on the subject- Belle Isle, the depot of the Yankee prisoners ln Richmondis unhealthy for dogs—especially ¦well-conditioned dogs. <TheYankeeseatthem' and this our correspondent knows from facti that have come within his knowledge. Several gentlemen on that «lone barren isle' have lo=t, recently, their favorite heel companions, and our correspondent affirms that it is well known to the guard that the Yankees canght, fricasseed and eat ihem! And that, moreover, the Yankees have begged some citizens to 'let them have their dog* to eat.' Horrible! We are advised, if we doubt the statem»ut of our correspondent, to visit the island and take a dog along, and we will come away alone and convinced. "All we have to append to this dogstory is, that we never did admire "Yankee taste in anything; but if they prefer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

SILTHY PHILADELPHIA. In the dirtiest days of New l ork her streets did not exceed in filthiness those of Philadelphia at the present time. There is not one, even of our most i fashionable thoroughfares, that is not in a disgraceful condition. The smaller streets and alleys are in an unspeakably nasty state. The • mild, damp weather has removed all the frost from the winter's accumulations, ahd " now we are only waiting a few warns sunny days to have tbe malaria brought out in full power and to breed a pestilence. It is no wonder that the health of the city is worse this winter than it ever has been before; that spotted fever, typhoid fever, small-pox and other diseases resulting from impure air prevail to an unusual extent. "We entreat Councils to do something to save the health of the people and the reputation of the city. If tbey do not know how it is to be ddnejlet them send a committee to New York to take a lesson from Inspector Boole, who has ' organized a system by wbich...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

EYEfflHG BULLETIN SATOfiPAyj,;FEBRUARY 6, 1864. 7AHDBBwS, ' THE'VIBGIHlAN. "•" ¦ "If any man ever Especially deserved hanging, AMrews, the Virginian, who figured so prominently'in'the Nevt^ork riots, is the individual. The thrilling accounts of those bloody scenes Which came tons day after day, are still vividly remembered, and no one/who figured as a leader of the murderers, thieves and incendiaries became so. detested" as this unprincipled traitor. His harangues were of sucua character that even the most depraved of his sympathizers in other localities condemned them. In New York,;however, they increased the excitement, and prompted men to acts of villainy ¦more dastardly even than their/own imaginations conceived. For the lives that were sacrificed, the ¦ " buildings that were destroyed , the propertythat wasplundered and the immense debt that was incurred, Andrews was mainly ^sponsible, and if justice /was eves, cheated ©ut of its due/it will-be when this culprit, by quibb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 6 February 1864

AjiettbVioi it It ^ PERSONAL. .- . jj . . .runer, ncu jr. . u has been appointed Recruiting Agent, for Indiana county. - Mr. Edward Williams, a well-known cattle dealer, and a contractor for cattle for the Government, was attacked- with an apoplectic fit on Thursday morning, while engaged in business at tbe cattle scales ln the western section of Baltimore. He .was removed at once to the city. The remains of Brig.-Gen. Samuel Zook, son.ot Major David Zook, of Port Kennedy, in this State, have been brought on from Now York, and transferred to the receiving vanltof Montgomery Cemetery. Gen. Zook was killed at the battle of Gettysburg. The father of the fallen hero, and himtelf a man of no little distinction, Major Zook, is seriously ill at his residence at Port Kennedy. The funeral of the late Edward E. Keach, manaper of the Boston Museum, took place on Thursday afternoon. It is estimated that not less than fifteen hundred people were present, among them Mr. Kimball, of ire Muse...

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