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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

asa-.-ua*iiM«"i _¦"¦¦ '' ¦"^71»Bg—nMBB—BMJM—CM ,y-=> TO THE CITIZENS OF THE EIGHTH LL3 WARD.—On the loth of March next a Draft has-been ordered' by <he Government. By that.time the Amendment of the Conscription Act will have p'aced nil able-bodied men ^ married as well as single, under forty-five years of age, in the same class Not less than live hundred of such men will be required from the Eighth Ward. All can <-ee the importance of preventing this, and all tbe impossibility of doing it without your vigorous co-operation. It can easily be accomplished. Yolnnteersare abundant, bnt to pay the promised bounties, money is required. About 815,000 have been collected—at least as large a sum is# yei to be raised. The contributions have bren comparatively few. and principally by those (including anumber of ladies) not themselves liable 10 draft. Our Ward reaches (rem Seventh street to the Schuylkill Riverand from tiprdca to Chestnut, aid contairs about twenty thousa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

THE ARMY OF TEE POTOMAC. [Correspondence of the N. Y. Herald.] ThkAehy or ran PoTOMA.cyFeb. 7—Evening. —The army having returned to Us old quartern, it is not improper lo say that it not only went out in light marching order, bnt carried iti three days' nitidis in havenacks. It was unencumbered by other trains than ambulances and pontoons. The wonnr cd of the 2d corps have all been sent down by railroad, and will arrive at "Washington early in the morning. Abmt ov tmb PotomacFeb 8, 1PM. —William E. Ormsby, the private of the 2d Massachusetts cavalry who deserted on January 24, and was captured while leading a band o r guerillas, was shot 3 esterday noon at Fairfax,in accordance with the sentence of a drum-head court-martial. Thirty-nine prsoners, captured in the- recent movement acrots the Bapidan, were sent to "Washington to-day. The advance of the late crossing at Morton's Ford was made by one hundred men of the 13Ctli New York Volunteers, under lieutenant-Colonel Baird. and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

UKITED STATES COLOBED TROOPS AT CAMP STaSTON. The report made by Colonel S: M. Bowman, 84fh Pennsylvania volunteers, sent by the War Department to inspect the troops under command of Br'g' &dier General William Birney, at Camp biantou, near .Benedict. Mi, furnishes some tacts of public interest Colonel Bowman represents the recent sickness and morjality among the »ulistfd men to hive ^ been owing to the measles breaking out am^ng iliim at a time when the weather was very inclement " ; the cases so numerous as to render it iinpossibie to provide the necc-=ssry hospital accommodations lor them on the instant; that the nurses bad to be felecied trcm plantation blacks, wholly unused to take car- o! tho " sick; that the surgeonwere insufficient to , the emergency; but that the tsnip and grounds ar<i now in good sanitary condition, the sproart of the disease Is partially arres-t^-and that the uospltil ac-Commcd.itions are good and surficii-ntly extensive lor all con-i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

THE PFNALTY OF TSBAS0N. ihe £ayettvilie Observer gives the following record of service in the rebel army by tha students of tie " University at Chapel Hill X01 th Carolina: '" . . -. "Of the Senior Class of S4, at the commencement in 1SG0, one-seventh are known to have fallen in battle. Of eight of that class who received the firs!; distinction four are ia their graves , a fifth is a wounded prisoner, and we believe the others are- in the array. Of the Freshman Class of that year, 80 in number, only one of them remained to graduate, and he had been in the army and been discharged on account of impaired health. Of the Faculty in 18S0, consisting of fourteen members, no one~of whom was liable to conscription, five volunteered, one of whom fell at Gettysburg; another is a prisoner ; another was severely wounded at Bristoc, and a fourth has returned from a long imprisonment with a ruined constitution. Of the nine remaining'members of the Faculty, eight are clergymen or laymen, bey...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

Suicide op a Supposed MuBDEEEE.-^-Adam Seeger, of Trenton, N. J.j was indicted at the present term of the Mercer County Courts, for the murder of his wife, and Ms trial was set down for yesterday, the 8th inst. Yesterday morning, on opening his. cell, his body was found suspended from a nail in the wall, and life was extinct. In tlie cell several papers in the handwriting of Seeger were found, one of fhem containing a strong protestation of his innocence, denying that he was guilty of the murder of his wifej and expressing his horror of such a crime. Seeger was a German shoemaker. He served during the Mexican war in a volunteer regiment , and when the Mi New Jersey regiment was-raised , in 1861, joined it as a private. He was discharged from the regiment on the 11th of May, 1863. Steam Fire Engikeb —There is at present quite an interest among the citizens of Newport, B. I., on the question of purchasing a steam Are engine. Two of the Companies are striving for such a result, and t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

DIED. COX—On Saturday evening, tha 6th instant, John Cox, in the 77th year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend his funeral from his late residence, No. 915 Clinton street, on Tuesday morning, the 9th instant, to leave at half-past 10 o'clock, punctually, to proceed to the Cemetery of St. James the Less. ¦ • . * ¦ DAVIS—On 'Monday evening. 8th instant, Marian, daughter of Wm. F. and Mary T. Davis, aged 2 years and 10 months. Fnneral from the residence of her father, No. 3024 Wisrar street, on Thursday afternoon, the 11th instant, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Laurel Hill Cemetery. ** KISSELMAN—On Sunday, 7th instant, Miss Anna Eliza. Kisselman. Her friends and the friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend her funeral from her late residence, No. 215 PinesDeeton Wednesday afternoon, - at 3 o' clock, without-further notice. * ST ACE'S—On Saturday evening, the 6th inst., at his late residence, Chester, Pa., Davis B. Stacey...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

rEBSONAL. Bev. Joseph Aschwanden, for the past eleven years Pastor of Trinity Church in Georgetown, I); 0., and at different times Professor of The. olory, Philosophy, Scrinture, -and Hebrew at Georgetown College, died at the College on Sunday in the fiftieth year of bis age. The deceased was a native of Switzerland, and emigrated to America In 1S48, spending tne first years of bis ministry in St. Louis and Cincinnati. 1 . . ¦ , Ueutpnant George" Wallack, a "nephew of: tne veterau "Wallac*, died of dipmerta last week, at Deal, Xorg Brancli. Like moSSf of tl!8 members of his famiiyv jie was an actor by prt^sion, but had oeen lor some- time in our Western-&rmj. - He wajr tmt twenty.fo-tsr years old at the trsse of his death, ??.?.;~ e <?,.a „. yonns widow, a cjaugbter of ex Governor Shelby, 01 Kentucky. . - Governors Curtii:, of Pennsylvania, and Salomon, of Wisconsin, are in Wcshingtbnl A number of other Governors are also expected ltis' understood they are t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

FB0M HOSTH CAROLINA. [Special to the New York Tribnse.l FonTR>;sS:Mo>-EOE, Monday, Feb. " 8,1861.—Tha d ' espatch boat is jnst in from Newbern. General Palmer leports everything as going on. well in this district. The losses by us in the way ot public property are too trifling to mention. Wa could not desire a more favorable result. The less- 's in killed, wounded and missing are hut few. * ' ^ mi '—

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

A KEWSPAPEB OFFICE SACXKD. ; BTjT.i.rxo.ToxIowa, Feb. s.—The office of tha Constitution and Union newspaper, in Fairfield^ Iowa, edited by David fcheward, was visited by Comptny E, of the 2d Iowa Voluntsers, to-day, and tbe type and paper thrown out the windows ^ ' and the subscription books destroyed.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

TTTPHOLSTERY. HJ Promptness, Purity of Materials, Good Workmanship - , Low Charges; W. HENRY PATTEN, 1^13 140S Chestnut street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

WINTER MOURNING GOODS. BESSON&SON, Monxnlnc Store, NO. 913 CHESTNUT street, Kave'llL store a large stock of seasonable goods. d3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

RECEPTION OF GB0EGE TH0MPS0U. Bostoh, Feb. 3.—Movements are on foot to give George Thompson, the great English an?i-sl3.very ora'or, a public reception next week. He arrived in the Arabia last Saturday.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

WMWG BULLETIN fliCOCI, CHAMBERS ft CO., PBOPBIETORS, 111 mWSE TEIED STREET, PHILAPELPHIA : ' " TEEMS OF SUBSOKIPTIOK.* Tha -BvriSWS la served to f Subscriber? in tao ' 8lty at 38 cents p*r week, payable to the carriers, or * 8 65 psr annum. baths op ^ AuvnETibuta-Half Sa»nre, 1 t'me.S 2511 Sq.riare, 2 weeks..83 25 1 Satiaxc, 1 tune..... 5011 Square, 1 month... 5 6* ISauar*, S times.,.. 75|1 Square, 2 months. 6 6(1 1 Sq-aai-»,'3 ttn\vi....l «!\1 Square, 3 months. 11 w 1 Sqnars, 1 vre»k....l 7611 Square, 6 months.2e Oh Six lints constltnte one square; three lines 01 lgg» ne.lt s square.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

TSEW AR FOR THE IMIOBi TJNIOH ADVAHCE TOWARD BICHMOKD. FoktkeSS MosilOE, Feb. 8 —The Richmond Examiner of to-day is just received here and contains the following important news : < 'Richmond is threatened by the enemy. On Saturday night onr pickets were driven in at Bottom's Bridge, twelve miies from ihe city. The enemy crossed the York River Railroad near Dispatch Station. A large force was massed at Barhnmsyille, andmoved lorward to TatleysviUejesterday afternoon, and was then adyanciii?. Tneir force consists of tbree brigades of infantry, tour regiments of cavalry and twelve pieces of ai tillery. The enemy's demonstration yesterday was proba-Mv intended as a reconnnissance preliminary to an important collision to-day. Certain y the enemy has coine in numbers which preclude the idea •f ameieTaid." GENERAL HTTBLBIIT'S EXPEDITION. Foktkkss Mositou, Feb. 8—Today'sisamtner has the following : ' ,. •_. ' mobii-e, Feb. 6.—The enemy crossed the Big Black Bivcr yesterday, wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

i £ TRAVELING UUID& f^HUM„. „ 1 1B04—P.n« S I L V ANIA SSSSPggEcENTRAL RAILROAD. TpHTLaDELPHIA TO PITTSBURGH. 350 MILES DOUBLE TRACK! THE SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST. Trains leave the Depot at Eleventh and Market Etreets, as follows: Mail Tain at.. 8.00 A.M. Fast Line at...... 11.40 «' Through Express it 10.30 P. M. Parksbnrg Trail ac 1.00 ¦• Harrisbnrg Accunmodation at 2.30 " Lancaster Train at. - . 4.06 " The Through Exp; -ssTrain runs daily—all the other trains daily except Sunday. __ . FOB PITTSBURGH AND THE WEST. The Hail Train, Fast Line and Through Ex press connect at Pittsburgh with through trains on all the diverging roads from that point. North to the Lakes, West to the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, aid South and Southwest to all points accessible by railroad. INDIANA BRANCH RAILROAD. ¦ The Through Express connects at BlairsvUIe Intersection with a train on this Road for Blairs-Tiile, Indiana, 4c EBENSBURG AND CRESSON BRANCH RAILROAD. The Through Express Train...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

THE STEAHSEIP LINE TO ETJH0PE. Yesterday afternoon, at four o' clock- an adjourned meeting of the gentlemen having under consideration the subject of a line of steamships from Philadelphia to Europe, met in the ov ilice of the Peinsylvania Railroad Company. Mr. Frederick Fraley occupied the chair. Colonel "William G. Morehead, of tbe Committee op Finance, reported some additional subscriptions, but aid not stale tho amount. One of the sub committees, however, reported having received sio,tto. Mr. Lorin Blodgf tt, Secretary of the Board of Trade, then addre-sed the meetingatmnch length, lie s:i:d that an elaborate memorial ' to Congress has been prepared by tbe New York Chamber of Commerce, relative to the subject, of steamship hnes in this country. He called attention to the remarkable frequency of the cancellation of American tonnage. Nearly all onr large sailing ships have bad their tonnage transferred within a year part, at the rate of forty or fifty a month. These vessels are ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

DRUUS. ROBERT SHOEMAKER .t CO.-EOUT. SlIOKMAKEIt, BEXJ. }£ SUORMAICKn, Wv. 31. Shokmakek, RiciJaud M. Shoemaker. TO DRUQGlSTS.—WeoffiT tlie follo«iuS, of rocont importation: Agaric, Aniseed, Star<\ni5e, Caraway and Canary Sood, Althe.i\ Aconiu> and (' alarnns Roots. Barbadoes Tar, Poppy He.-uls, Tonqua Beans, RpQned Borax, Eeflned Ounphor, Jenuinps's Calcined and Carb. Jlairnesia, Culabria Liquorice, Essential OiU of prime quality, French Chamois, Wed^-wooil and Porcelain Mortars and Pill Tiles, F.vaporating DLOics, Porcelain Funnels. Flint-Olass Pre«cripUou Vials, Drucgists' Furniture Bottles,- of Boston manufacture, French Vial Corks, Pallet Knives, .tc. ROBERT SHOEMAKER & CO., Wholesale Urntgists, fe3 N. E. corner Fourth aud Race streets. TO DRUGGISTS—We otter to the Ilispenslng Trade a large fresh stock of sele.-ted Drugs—comprisinfr, among many other articles, S.trsaparilla, Mexican and Honduras; Mapnesia, Calcined, in tin cases and bottles; Castor O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

Will most posiiively be ready in a few days. THE EAB, Its Diseases and Their Treatment, BY OB. VOff M0SCHZI8KEB, OCULIST AND ATJRrST. The work Is handsomely illustrated wlthnumerons Anatomical and Pathological Engravirlgs. All the various causes of Deafness, and their appropriate treatment, are most accurately described. Illustrations of all Instruments necessary for ex amlnaUon of the Ear, and those employed In ta« Treatment. Accurate directions and advice how to guard against the direct causes which produce Deafness. A" new method of treating certain cases of Deafness that have hithert been considered Incurable. »nch as partial or total desTuction of the Tympanum, Drum of the Ear, Nervous Deafness. A very elaborate Glossary, with full explanations, is given at the end. The work will be Invaluable to the Medical Profession and be read witb profit and Interest by the public at large. The work will be in one handsome octavo volume, extra cloth, 3S0 pages. Price S2. MARTIN &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

i jjlsiLitu uieuii£ ui ine xioara oi uuaraians oi GUARDIANS OF THE POOS. - . »- the Poor was held yesterday afternoon, President Di kerson in the chair. The monthly sta'cment or the visitor of the outdoor relii i lor the month of January shows the number receiving relief 14.23!; of which number 2,710 were Americans, 3,140 foreigners, and 8,378 children. The hour e agent reported the census of the house 2,570, a decrease of S3 from the number in the house at the same time las', year. Admitted during past two weeks, 140; born, 8; died, 20; discharged, 70; eloped. 35; hound, 1; lodged, 37: fed, 78 Male', l,2vi>; females, 1,447. Tbe committee to whom was referred the matter of increasing the sa'aries of employes of the Almshouse, ley o-ted in favor of increasing the salaries, and memoriali/.ing Councils for an appropriation of SO, 274 for that purpose. Mr. Lee was opposed to increasing salaries, and offered an amendmerit that the'subject be recommitted 'to the committee, wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Evening Bulletin — 9 February 1864

Leave at 3.50P. HI., arriT* West Fhlladelnhlo 5.20 P.M. * Pnssengers for Western points from Wem Chester, connect at the IntersecUon with the arid Train at 9.17 A. M., the Harrisbnrg Accommodattjn.at3.55P. M., and the Lancaster Train at S.'25P. M. • **<—Freights delivered at the Depot corner Tirm_ TEENTH and MARKET streets , prerionTto 11.30 P.M., wiU be forwarded by file Accom modaUon Train, and reach West Chester nt^ oe F. M. »»o.v« For tloiets and further mformatton, aDni^ tn JAMES COWDEN, Ticket AVf nt ja2-« Eleventh andMarket Trr^ets. iTTT I ¦tiiiBniiii ir~i irr rtrrii i iT—nsj—iftgfcpgg^ t PHH^J)ELPHIA/ ^r HTNG^BTSnTd BALTIMORli RATLRnAn IREIGHTS WESTWARD VIA. BALTnit ^ AND OHIO ROUTE. •tvuliaIOBB RECEIVING DEPOT, BROAD Rthtttt ¦ - "¦ ABOVE CHERRY. alRt 'i: *> 7 Through Freight facilities between PhUadelnhia udthe Western States; have been fnD^nSimSi by the above route, at lowest rates. y rMnmBa -r&FS0 ? TRANSIT BY FAST FREIGHT TRAINS without change of ...

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