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

STOCKS AND SEAL ESTATE, TUESDAY NEXT. PEREMPTORY SALE—WALNUT STREET , RESIDENCE. The sa'e ofthe handsome brown stone itesiaence 1705 Walnut street, will, be ABSOLUTE, without reseme or limitation, although not originally so advertised. The sate ot the Chestnut street and Penn Square Residencesar.d the stjpbeiob Faem of the late Mr. Hinman and other property, will also he aisoliueas advertised, besides Stocks, Loans, Pew, &c. See Tliomas <£ Sons' pamphlet catalogues and advertisements.!, . |. . ¦¦ ¦ .-

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

ueiiuuu vjpern tKison to GERMAN OPERA. TT,l.rt /-« —«. /", *_. . . auc , commence; on Monday evening at the (Academy of Music promlFes to be ^ very successful one. There will be only three e-wsning performances in a week, and a fre*h opera each evening. The isferry lVhes of Windsor is the e; era " for M. nday, ind we are condentthat it will be admirably performed. _

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

Colobed Tkoofs.—In another part of to-days paper will he found the report of tbe Supervisory Committee for raising Colored Troops, which will be read with interest. It will bo seen that m the short space ot seven months, and at an outlay of less than thirty thousand dollars, the Committee have raised five full regiments for the war, without any cost to.the Government.

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

REAL ESTATE SALES. Pampli<et cntalogues are now ready of Mr. James Ai Freeman1 s sales of properties on Monday, at the Blue Bell, and on Wednesday,' at the Exchange.

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

FIBST.CXASS CHESTER COirHTY fABHS, to be sold oih February. See Thomas & Sons' advertisements , seventh page to-day's Br/llETlli,

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

ME'FALS! v;.:,::;. ;' ' METALS!! ' :: . METALS!!! Importers and Dealers IN PIG TIN, PIG LEAD, INGOT COPPER, * SPELTEK, antimony, Sqltcoppek, sheet copper, BAR TIN, BAR LEAD. Thuibers' Anti-Friction Metal. Wire of All Kinds. BABBIT METAL. CAST BTEEL. FILES, Ac. N. & G. TAYLOR CO., 303 BRANCH ST., PHILADELPHIA.

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

ED^INp4LL & C& 26 South Second Street, WOTJXD CALI, THE ATTENTION OF BUT. ERS TO THEIR targe Stock ©f Silks, For Sale Below the Present Cost of Importation. Heavy.Black Corded Sijks, ( Black Corded Silks/rom $1,25 to 5,50* Colored " " Black and Colored Moire Antique, Fancy Silks of Various Styles, Black Figured Sifas, Black Armure8« PlaiD, Brown, leader and Blue Silks, Greens, Modes, Coir and Garnet " W hite, Pink, Pear) and Light Blae." Hea^ WMte Corded Silks Two cases of reat CHECK SILKS, styles selected andordeiedby omselves. A BARGAIN IN BLACS SILIS. Two cases which we purchased the past season to close a foreign consignment , which we deferred opening till this month, and we purpose giving our customers the advantage of the purchase by selling them belcw tte regular pTices. One case, So pieces or different widths, Si, 15 81,25, SI.37 a. Oi-ecase, 27 pieces of various widths, at 81,40, SV^ S^Oa ^ S^To ^ -s t. fr- ^ an d ?3,25. feS-s<fcw2t

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

CUT JO'S CAVE! OUDJO'S CAVE I JUST RECEIVED BY ABHMEAD & EVANS, Successors to Willis P. Hazing No. 724 Chestnut Street, CODJOSCAVE. ANew Story. By J T. Trowbridge, author of "Neighbor Jackwood," 4c. THREE MONTHS IN THE SOUTHERN STATES. April May and June l8cS3. By Lt. « iL Fremantle, "Coldstream Guards. " THE SECOND YEAR OF THE WAR: By-Ed w. A. Pollers' ofthe "Richmond Examiner." WATSON'S HAND BOOK OF CAUSTHENICS and Light Gymnastics. Profusely iliustrat-d. L>FE AND COESESPONDENOE OF THEOLOEEPABKEK.- By John Weiss. 2vo.um.es with portrait. SG0O. INEZ. A Tale of the Alamo. By Augusta J. Evans, author of "Beulah.-" LIFE " F WTLLIAM H. PRESCOTT. A SU-. perbBook. THE GREAT CONSTJMMS.TION. Second Se. i-.es. By Rev. John Cnmmlng, S.D. THE WHIP, HOE AND SW« RD; or, The Gulf Department in '63. Bj George H. Hepworth. LYRICS OF LOYALTY. Edited by Frank Moore? TEE MERCY SEAT; or, Thoughts in Prayeri By Augustus C. Thompsen, D.D. NET BOOKS, NEW PHOTOGRAPHS and NEW S- TYLES OF F...

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

{ A REBUli FIiA.O, ! ' - • CAPTTJEED BY THE SEVENTH PENNSYL-: VANIA CATALBY, CO L OK EL WM. B. SIPES, AT HUNTS TILLE, ALABAMA, Will he on Exhibition for a few days, at EVANS & HASSALL'S, . Military Furnishers, i " e5-2tj 413 ARCH STREET;

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

GREEN COM AND TOMATOES Hermetically Sealed by FITHIAN & POGUE, of New Jersey, are snperior to all others. Their large and varied stock of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Jeilies. Sauces, Keats, Soaps, etc., In cane. Is offered, te the trade at the Lowest Market Prices, by their Sole Agents, ARCHER & REEVES, WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 45 North Water St-, and No. 46 North Pelawate avenue. *fe6-tt§

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

NEW SPRING GOODS in EVERY DEPARTMENT. A large iinpo! tation of French Chintzes, Cambrics, Brilliants and Pique. Wholesale and retail. LE BOUTILLIER BROTHERS . | fec-3t$ oi2 CHESTNUT ST. '

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

HEEM|(|LLVS HELMBOLD'S HELMBOLD'S HIGHLT CONCENTRATED, HIGHLY CONCENTRATED, COMPOUND 4k COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUOHTJ . - FLUID EXTRACT BUOHTJ A POSITIVE A POSITIVE - • « . ¦ AND SPECIFIC REMEDY SPECIFIC REMEDY -K)R Non-retenUon or Incontinence of Vrine, Imta. tion, Inflammation or Ulceration of th» Bladder and Kidneys, ¦ r ~ Diseases ,of the Prostrate Gland, Ston* i in the Bladder, Cat colons Gravel or Brlekdnst ; . ' Deposit, j . _ Aim AH Diseases ot Affections of the Bladder and kid. I ne7S ; "5?Dp °Psl<*al SwelHngs exisanr' I In Men, "Women or Children. ! Helmbold's Extract Buchu Helmbold's Extract Bnchu Foi"Wea * mes8 arising from Habits of DissipaHoB. attended with the following symptoms ^ Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Memory-, "i)iffl cnl^r of Breathing, Weak Nerves, Tremtjllng, Horror of Disease, Dimness ol VlslonT' - "Wakefulness, Pain in the Back , Unlyersal. Lassitnde of the Muscular System, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body, Dryness ofthe; Skin, ERUPTIONS...

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

SiOOND EDITION. BY TELEGRAPH. IMPORTANT EXPEDITION IN FLORIDA, INTERESTING FROM WASHINGTON. THE HA3RTFOEL} GONFli&GKRATION. Only One Life Lost. Marshal Kane and Sis Friends Going to Dixie. '• 'i OPEEATIOHS EH SXOBEDA. Boston, Feb. 6 A private letter from rCharlotte Harbor, Florida, Jan. 20th, states t hat a dumber of Union troops, tinder Gen. Tf oodbiry, h ad arrived at Ponta Rosa, the obect being to cut off a large supply of beeves • which the rebels were taking from Florida at file rate of 150 er week. The expedition is guided by Lt. Crane, who was Commissary in the U. S. Army during the war in Florida, and who resided there until the rebellion broke out, when he was obliged to leave on account of his Union sentiments. Lieutenant Crane says that he intends to take possession of Fort Myers, on the Caloosahatchie river, and make it a rallying point for the Union inen as well as a good base of operations. \ FBOM WASHINGTON. [Special Despatch to the Bulletin. 1 ¦Washin...

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

COMMERCIAL EEE8E D. FELL &SON, STOCK BROKERS, He. 305 WAL NUT STREET. SALES OF STOCKS. J BEFORE BOARDS. 400 «h Read R 69 100 shMarguetteHto 100 sh do cash 69 bS 4 200 sh do 69" 100 sh do b5 4H 100 sh do eash 69 100 sh do bSO 4% COehSohNavprfd 36 100 ah North Pa R 100 sh do M6 36 bl0 35 100 Bh do 36^ 100 ah do bS 35 200 Bh do ; 36 200 sh do " .35. sr>o sh FultonCoalCo 6>j 100 ah Catawissa pfd 4*34 lOOahPhUa&ErieR 300 sh do M&int 41X i D30 39J£ Vjucrp fiOABD (1900 US 6s 6-208 104 200 sh Big Mountain 3000 Penna 6s 94& Coal 8ii 600 do 94X .-iO Bh Lehigh NaT 68!^ 6700iOity Ssnew 104jJ 100 sh Del Div CI b5 39J< 6M'0SchNaves'82 S8 314sh do <« 12000 Union Cnl 6s . 400 sh Union Cnl *!£ h6S2* 60shSchNav 23X 4000 Susq Cnl 6s 66 150 ah Sch Nay prfd -.420 Sus Cnl Scrip 65 . b5 33« lt 00 Cam&Am 6a'83 99JJ 100 sh do b5&lnt 36 6000 Cam&Am mtg 300 Bh 4o 2 days 38 6s 2 days 104>£ 200 sh Susq Cnl 23 6090...

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

"JtUIUSlCAL FUND HALL masterITrioe, (Pupil of C. Wolfsohn,) Has the honor to announce that he will give a GRAND CONCERT OS WEDNESDAY EVENING, Feb. 10th, AT THE MUSICAL FUND HALL, ASSISTED BY Mrs. HENRIETTA BEHRPNS, Mr. THEO. AHREND. Mr. CARL WOLFSOHN, Mr. JULES HOLSTEIN Tickets .50 cents each. Can be had at the Music Stores. fe6-3t} APER HANGING done at low pries, before the busy reason begins, at JOHNSTON'S,No. HO! SPRING GARDEN street. N. B. Window Shades, Fixtures, ic. lt* AINES'SMUSLIN LIST—CUT IT OUT: Blenched Muslin, at tbe low price of 16 cts. Bleached Muslin, better, at 1;* and 20 cts. Bleached Muslin, ** , ' wide, at22cts. Bleached Bfi uslin, very heavy and good, at 25c. Bleached Muslin, extra heavy, at 2a cts. Bleached Mmlin. full yard wide, at 30 cts. Bleached Muslin, much heavier, at 35 cts. Bleached Muslin,tlne,(tbeSemperIdem)at35c Bleached Muslin, of several qualities,at 27 vc Bleached Muslin, of the very finest, at 40 cts. New York Mills, Wamsnlta, WllliamsTille, ...

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

CITY BULLETIN Soldier Footd Dead.—James Heckctty, a soldier, was found dead at an early hour this morning upon a,lot at Church and Morris streets, in the First "Ward. The deceased was 35 years of age and belonged to Williamsport. He came to the city yesterday with the Sth Pennsylvania Cavalry, of which he was a member. There wa» considerable excitement iu the First Ward all the morning, and various rumais that the deceased had met with foul play were afloat. The body was removed to the Second District Station House, and Coroner Taylor was summoned to hold an inquest. The Coroner made a close examination of the head of the deceased,-but could discover no marks of violence. A post mortem examination will be made this afternoon. Hecketty was known to have had about S200 with him last evening, and this morning when the hody was fonnd the money was missing. ' Sword Presentation.— Adjutant John S. Riehl, of the 26th Regiment Penna. Volunteers, was serenaded last evening at No. 1125 ...

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

THIRD EDITION. — . -. . . 3 3Q.O'Clook. BY TELEGRAPH. LATE FROM THE SOUTHWEST. Johnston's Army at Rome, eta Our Troops at Knoxville, ^ v- Sale. NINE THOUSAND DESERTERS "X FROM THE REBEL ARMY. THE FOSIIIOITOFAFFArBSATKlIOXVniE. Washington , Feb. 6^—Private information direct from Chattanooga, is to tite effect that several days ago, though there was a force at Dalton, the main body of the rebel army was at Borne, Ga., under Johnston. The latter fact is accounted for on the ground either that the enemy were forced to go to Kome for convenience to their supplies, or to prevent desertions—between &,000 and 9,000 men having come into bur lines since the battle at Missionary Ridge. There is no such alarm at Chattanooga about the safety of our troops in the neighborhood o KnoxviUe as seems to prevail elsewhere, and many of the published accounts to * that effect are characterized as exaggerations. The courier line between Chattanooga and Knoxville was uninterrupted. BAHB0...

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

gQBT 0? rmLADgLPHIA. FEBBtABY; 6 JST- See Marine Bulletin <m Third Pane. ' ARRIVED THIS DAY. Brig Geo Crump (Br), Winchester, ' 3 days from New York, in ballast to E A Souder & Co. . Schr AlbertyStacey, 4 dayB from New York, in ballast to D S Stetson & Co. > Schr John, Irons, 7 days from Port Royal, in "ballast to D S btetson & Co. - CLEARED THIS DAY. _, Steamship Saxon, Matthews, Boston, H Winsor. Ship New England, Edge, Pensacola, Peter Wright StSons. • Biig Wm Oreevy.Little, New Orleans, D S Steteon & Co. » Brig A G Cattell, Watson, Sagna la Grande, do Sebr Rachel Jane, Boath, Williamsburg, N York, Captain. Schr J B Austin, Davis, Boston, Captain. Schr Mary A Rich, Hardy, Boston, Milnes & Co. MEMORANDA. Steamship Germania (Ham), Ehlers, cleared at "New York yesterday for Hamburg. Steamship Saladin, Jamieton, cleared at N York yesterday for Kingston, Ja. SteamBhip Yazoo, Couch,from New Orleans, 29th ult. at-New York yes...

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

ADDITIONAL SEWS/FROMEUROPE ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER EDINBURGH _:New York, Feb. 6.—The steamer Edinburgh. wMch arrived here to-day, brings a iew items of newiirom "Europe not before noticed. The. following are the latest despatches : London, Jan; 21 Letters from Frankfort state that the opinion is prevalent that Austria and Prussia must come to some definite understanding with England. . - ¦• Copenhagen, Jan. 20.—The Kigsrad has commenced the discussion of the address, and all parties declare that an unconditional adherence to the November Constitution is a pledge of the independence of Denmark. The Saxon battalion at Kiel has Buddenly received inarching. Orders and leaves to-day for Northwest Holstein, where the contingent is to be concentrated. The Austrian troops destined for Schleswig have commenced marching and are expected at Kiel tomorrow. ' * * The Edinburgh brought here the Captain and ten of the crew of the. hark Eliza Ann, of London, from St. Johns, N. F., for Plymouth...

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

PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. •Saturday* tea- 6.—There is a Bteady demand for Cloverseed butnot much coming forward. Sales of 200 bushelB at $8 81Jt@9 •$ 64 lis. Timothy is firm at $3 76. There is a good demand for Flaxseed an;! it is taken on arrival by the crushers at $3 25@ 3 30 tj? bushel. There is but little Quercitron Bark here and No.,1 is Bteady at $37 f) ton, The Flour market is dull but prices remain without essential change. ThereJs but little shipping demand and the only Bales "" reported are 1000 barrels Penna. and Ohio extra family at $7 25@7 62}i $ barrel,400 barrelsfancy Western at *8 25, and 300 barrels sour at $6. Small sales to the retailers and bakers at$6 25@6 60'|f).bariel for superfine, *6 75® 7 12& for extras, $7 26@7 75 for extra family, and J8 26 to $10 for fancy lots—according to quality. There is no demand for Rye Flour and it is nominal at $6 26. In Corn Meal nothing doing. "-' The demand for Wheat is quite limited and-only WflO bushels good Penna....

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