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'B ¥ TE LE QJB AP H,
LATE NEIS EAST
Affairs Unchanged at Chattanooga
General Sherman’s Pro-
gress in Mississippi.
INTERESTING FKOM NORTH CAR-
TO-DAY’S WASHINGTON NEWS.
Proceedings in Congress and Le-
~ FROM CHiTTAKOOGA.
Cincinnati, Feb.: 16.—The Gazette’s latest
Chattanooga despatch, of the 12th inst., says
rain has bees falling furiously for the past 24
hours. The situation of Johnson’s rebel army
was unchanged. ' ‘ /
General S herman’s progress excites great
consternation among the rebels.
Eighty-four rebel deserters came in on Sa
tnrdiy. The trains run regularly on all the
, Cincinnati, February 16.—General Foster 1
passed through here yesterday.
.Generals Schofield and Stoneman arrived at
Knoxville on the Dth inst;
The situation, at Knoxville is unchanged.
The Union citizens report that Longstreet had J
the railroad in running order to Strawberry
Knur Tobk,' Feb. 16.—Newbern, (N. C.)
advices of the 18tli have been received.
Major-General Peck has returned and as
sumed, the command. He bad issued an order fo r
the troops to hold themselves in readiness for
offensive or defensive action at a moment’s no
tice, night or day.
The Henderson <N. C.) Times, a fearless
opposition paper, desires to know of President
Lincoln how-fie can expect 'North Carolina to
return to the Union, robbed .as she is, of her.
own. and in the absence of a sufficient
Federal force in the eastern part of the State;
to render.the necessary. assistance in case'of
emergency. : ,
The Ealeigh State Journal, a rebel print, has
been suspended, for want of support;
The Wilmington Journal thinks that ah at
tempt will he made to take North Carolina out
of the Confederacy.
The Baleigh Standard opposes the taking of
the principals of-substitutes out of the State
without giving' them a hearing before the
The Wilmington Journal announces the as
sembling of the Home Guard of New Hanover,
for three months’service. ’ ,
A meeting of the people , of .Wake county
will.be held on the 23d inst., to express the
Tienjs of the county on the subject of holding a
The Newbera Times , suppressed by General
Palmer, has resumed its publication. ; r
General Peck has issued a general order
returning thanks to' the oncers' and men for
their gallant repulse of. the rebel General
Pickett, with more than twice their numbers. '
Sr. Louis, Feb. 15.—The 15th Missouri,
veteran volunteers, arriyed to-day from Chat
tanooga, and were enthusiastically received by
a large' concourse of. citizens, who i escorted:
them through the streets. ' ‘
They were also escorted by several civic so
cieties. to Hall, where refreshments
weieprovided for them and a flag was pre
sented. The streets were densely thronged
with people and flags waved from.nearly every
General Eosecrans visited Jefferson City to--
day, and was formally received by Governor'
Hall, General Brown, and a committee of.both
Houses of the Legislature,-who escorted him
to the Hall of the House of Representatives, =
where he made a speech to the joint session
of the Assembly, upon the condition of affairs
in Missouri;. r .
He said the great object to be attained in the
State now is the restoration of law and order,
and invited the members to give him informa
tion of the condition of affairs in their respec
tive. Sections, and their judgment as to the:
bestineans for'accomplishing that end.' • j;
The telegraph' is' completed to Little Rock,
Arkansas, via S t. Louis and Fort : Smith.
[Special Despatch to the Bulletin.]
"Washington, Feb. 16. —The increase of the
salaries of the Assistant' Secretaries, and :the
First, Second, and Third Assistant Post
Master-Generals, in the Senate yesterday, will
be vehemently opposed in the House. '■
- Th e -whiskey debat eis to 'be resumed again,
in the House.. Both sides are confident of tri
umph. The whole contest is upon the propo
sition to tax whiskey on hand. : V 1;
Gen. Sickles and Gen. Kilpatrick are'still in
Washington. . ..
Calebs. Wright, of Philadelphia, offers to
charter the steamer Gen. Hooker to the gov
ernmental the rate of forty-five dollars perday.
•Murdoch’s reading last night in the Senate
Chamber was qnite a success. . The. President,
Vice President,-and a large and appreciative
audience richly enjoyed the reading, and Mr.
Jjafvier’s new poem on “Gettysburg.”:
XXXVIIITH CONGRESS—FIRST SESSION.
„ Washington, Feb. IG.
Senate.— The bin granting lands to the State of
Oregon, to aid In the construction of military
roads, was passed, v ■ .•>
On motion ot Mr. Harris ( N. Y.) the bill repeal
ing statutes ’of' limitation m certain cases-was
eal’edvip and passed. . .
The bill as amended pro vides that, during the
existence 'of 'the' .rebellion, .the .tune- during
which a- person shall be beyond the' reach
ef legal process shall not be deemed or taken' a •'
any’part of ihp time. Hmitrd'-'by law for tlie com-
a-nation. \ " ‘ ' : ‘‘' ’
) - On TOoiiun of Mr. Lane, Senate pro (“‘itrd to
the .eon&ideration.oi' the bill setting' ajpitrt'ccre.tiii
1 ands'.ih Texas ,for the use, of. persons of African
drove nt. • ■ •
Mr. Lane proceeded to address tbe Senate at
length on his bill. .
ROUSE ok REPEESEXTATIVK3
;Mr.: Dawes (Mas .) earuesily urged that the
credentials of-lames M. \ Johnson, representative
elect from Arkansas, should be referred' to the
Committee on Elections.,' Colonel Johnson, he
ssid,: brought with him the Constitution
of; Arkansas as n Free State-the -first
unwilling . . frnils- that., had' - been wrung
from, the, rebellion. Mr. Dawes reg irding it ns
extraordinary that Mr.-, Davis, of . Maryland,
should bave.movrd, as lie had. done on a previous
day,, to Thy thes-e credentials on ihe table without
even giving the gentleman from Arkansas a fair
hearing., . .
Mr. Davis (Wd.) said his objection was that
these credentials assumed the pre-existence of a
Stale Government, which was not.irne in point of
fact. They must first, ascertain whether there is'a
State Governmen t there, before they enter ain the
question of admitting a representative.
hi . ■ • v._ Haruisbuiki, Feb.-16,
The Senate met, but,no qnornm being present,
jt adjourned at once. . . .
House.— The Honse was engaged in the con
sideration of about fifty private hills of no interest
to Philadelphia. The following bills; passed the
liret xosding and will be finally considered-this
afternoon;. An act relative to party and parti
tion walls; an act extending term oT office of con
stables to flyeyears; an act incorporating the Ger
mantown and Chestnut Hill Turnpike and an act
incorporating the Hamilton Park-Association. "
OLD VIRGINIA STATE CONVENTION.
[By the People's Telegraph, fit Chestnut street, J
Washington, Feb. 16.— A Convention to
amend the State Convention of Virginia met at
Alexandria on ’Saturday and again yesterday.
Delegates have been elected from Alexandria,
Fairfax, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Loudon
counties. The district of York, Warwick and
Accomac and Northampton.
THE GOVERNMENT. GOLD. •
"Washikgton, Feb. 16.— Thors is an evident
disposition on the part of Congress to grant
authority to Secretary Chase, to sell the sur
plus gold in the Treasury. His friends assert
that the receipts at the Custom Houses, be
tween now and July : Ist,: will be more than
sufficient to .meet the-specie demands at that
time, - . and . that a judicious use of
even-half? of the twenty-two' millions of gold
now in the treasury .will put a stop to export
ations in gold. Others fear that if this gold
is taken, from the Treasury, it will be sent
abroad and will have a disastrous effect upon
Louisville, Ky., Feb. 15.—Geh. Burbridge
is reported as the successor of Gen. Ammen,
as Commander of the United States forces in
FEOM COLORADO TERRITORY.
Dekvik Cut, Colorado, Feb. 16.—Resolu
tions recommending: the re-election of Pre
sident Lincoln were passed- by both branches
of the Legislature unanimously, to-day.
James D. Clark, the Pay Clerk of the Branch
Mint in this city, absconded on Saturday night
with $30,600 in greenbacks and gold.
„v. THS RECIPROCITY TREATY.
St. John's N. F. Feb. 16.—A meeting of
the Commercial Society was held yesterday, to
consider the operation of the Reciprocity
Treaty. A decided - expression of opinion,
however, was postponed until.the setipn nf the
neighborly CclOmes was known. Itis under
stood that onr merchants are generally strongly
against the continuance of the Treaty. The
.weather is cold. The thermometer stands ten
degrees above zero,, The,wind is northeast.
There was a great easterly gale yesterday.
THE WEATHER. "
New York, Feb. 10, H o’clock. —The snow
is falling fast.
Montreal, Feb. 16. —The trains will prob
ably be late to-day. A heavy snow storm fell
on Sunday and .drifted considerably. It is
snowing again this morning and drifting. The
temperature is moderate.
THE HAT-EODY PATENT CASS.
Washington, Feb. 16. —The hat-body patent
case is being continued to-day in the IT. S. Su
preme Court. Elaborate specifications and
plans of .machinery are to-day being explicitly
explained to the Court.’ The attendance; of
spectators is more than usually large.
New YonK, Feb. . 10.--Cotton quiet at ‘jßlJfe."
Flour quiet, rales of 5,000 bbls. at unchanged
prices: uhio is quot“d at 7«f a7X, but holders are
asking an advance of salUc. Wheat is lc. better,
sales ot 03,001) bushels at SI SflaSl SO for Chicago
Spring;. SI 57sSI 01 for Milwaukee Club and
SI 7O for Red. Corn quiet and quotations
ore irregular; sates 0f05,000 bushels at Si atlaSl 21
for New Yellow Jersey. Pork Arm. Bard buoy.-.
antatl3al3S. Whiskey dull and nominal. "
]3,t>6S bbls; Wheat, 2,GU7bush. :
Corn,t, 422 bushs.
Baitihobe, Feb. 16 Flonr dull; Howard
Street 875 Wheat arm: Kentucky White SI 05.
Coffee steady at 33’fa34X- Whiskey dull; Ohio
offered at Die. : ,
MAJOR-GENERAL HANCOCK AT THE NEW
’ YOBK FBODUCE EXCHANGE.
Major. General:W. - S. : Hancock, Commandant
of the 2d Army Corps, Army of the Potomac,
visited the New York produce Exchange, yester
day. Atthe close of the regular business hoars,
Mr. Archibald Baxter, President of the New York
Commercial Association, forinally called the
attention of the merchants to the fact that. General
Hancock was present and would address them.ln
-explanation el-the object of,his visit. As the
gallant General made his eppearance at the
Presidential desk, he was most enthusiastically
cheered. ; *
Gen. Hancock took his stand on the desk, and
was again wamrly applauded. He expressed his
inability to'thank themeeting for its friendly at
tention to him ; bis voice be was afraid, was not
strong enough to render his words audible all over
tbe floor. However, they must take the will for
. the.deed, and accept the assurance or bis most
. sincere L thanks. Jle . was . authorized
by his government to come. North to stimulate re
cruiting lor.his'corps.-whichhad been; detailed for
’ special service, the importance of which would bo
• made manifest in good season. The Spring cam
paign promises.to he thegrea'estand to ail appear
ances the last cimnalgn of the war. To makeita
. decisive oneln vindication ofthenationalanthority
.all over, the insurrectionary States, it was necessary
■■ thatonr armies should beprpmptly and generously
reinforced. There were nineteen regiments from'
this State in tbe f d Corps of the Array of the Poto
mac. All of themhad achieved for themselves a glo
rious name in history, aiid most substantial claims
to the grateful-remembrance of their'fellow-citl
■zens. ’iThey’had never Tost’ a flßg, a gnn, or he
mightadd, a fight. They had lost since the war
began,-or since their organization Into a corps, as
many as twenty-Ave thousand brave men, and to
replace those fallen heroes, with a view to the per
fection of the glorious ■ work in prosecution of
Which they had eo intrepidly sacrificed their lives,
would reqniie only an energetic patriotic effort on
the part of the people of the Empire State. This
effort should be promptly, made, and it was to
stimulate his fellowtcitizens to make it thus, that
be had called upon" them. To raiseafnndto en
able those having charge of recruiting for the 2d
Corps to. pay this preminm, was the main object
of his visit to, the Produce Exchange. The
General, on cohcluding his address, was again
The following resolution was then adopted:
Whereat, The members of the Commercial Asso
ciation of New York have heard the address of
Major-General Hancock, and feel deeply inte
rested m the great work in which he is engaged;
• therefore, be it . ..... . ’
' Resolved, That a Committee of- five be now ap
pointed by the Chairman to procure funds, with
the object of assisting in AlliDg nplall the old New
York City regiments of the 2d Army Corps, for
special service, to be commanded bv Maior-Gen.
.Hancock. ■ J
Clebks.— -As many as one thou
sand additional'clerks and employ es of various
grades are authorized ■in the different Depart
ments at Washington, by the deficiency hill, to
serve for a term-not exceeding one year after,
the close of the present rebellion. Feniales
(at a salary, of $6OO per annum), instead of
males,are to be employed, as far as possible. - ‘
.tHJi l6. 1554.
TEE QUOTA UF I’ll ILADELPHI4.
IMEORTANT LETTER FROM- THE ; PROVOSf
- The following: inipci iahfr :etterha3 been politely
bonded to us.for publication: .
' War uii’ARTMKNT, Provost Marshal- Gkn
e*al’s Oprice, W-ashixgion, D. 0., February
13, 16G4. ; *
bon. F. Spbkcer Miller, Chairman, &c.,
• reply to your letter of tbo sth to the
Kon. Secjetary ol War, I am directed to'say that
the quotas to the Congressional
under the President 1 s call for 600,060 men, are as
Ist bistiict, coirpri6ing 2d; 3d, 4tb, sth, 6th
: and i 1 th Wardsl.... .3,3.17
2d District,. comprisiLg'lst, 7«h, Bth, oth and
10th W ards ..... ..3,961
3d District, comprising 12th, 13th, 16th, 17th,
Itith and \9tb Wards;,... 4,632
4th Diet comprising 14th, isth r 20th, 2lst
and 21th Wards;.... V................ 1,527
sth List., comprising 22d, : 23d, 25th Wards, .
and Backs. county..;. ..T;...................3,212
Fiom (heti* are to he, deducted for credit up to
January 31st, tbe followingnumbers;
Utl‘ist. 3 -to be deducted 1,2t s 5, leaving due 2,112
2d do. • do. 1,757, .do 2,201
3d do. ; do. ; 1.908, - do 2,724
41h do." do. 2,054, - do 2,473
sth do. . do. 1,740, do -•-1,472
Theeß lsst numbers are' snbjeot to still further
deductiom- form*-" who en ist and are mustered
fir credit to.the districts-to March Ist. .--; • :
The distribution of these quotas among th»
Wards is" done by the A cting Assistiut Provost-
Warshal General in who has been,
furnished with detailed instructions as to making
Any information concerning quotas assigned to
wards uiider the-, quota assigned by this office to
the districts, can be obtained from Major Gilbert,
A 7 A. Provost-Marshal General. ,
’v Very TesivFctlullv, your obt. svt.,
■ HENRV E. MAYNADIEB,
< Capt; US. A., in charge of^Enrollment Bateau.
to the above letter, the number of
men requiied, up, to tbe Ist of January, from tbe
five districts, was 10,985, but as about two-thirds
■ of the population of the fifth district belong to
Bucks county, the whole deficiency of Philadel
phia..was probably less than 10,000. From Jan.
31st to Feb. 13th the number of enlisted men
credited to Philadelphia was only 1,525. This
lelta deficiency on that day of -about 8,475, to be
made up by volunteering between this acd March
Ist, or by a draft afterwards. This statement
should stimulate the ward bounty committees to
new exertions. •
Needles’ Tedss asd Brace Depabthent.—
Xiadies* store on Twelfth street, Ist door below
Kace, (Conducted by l*adies.) Gentlemen will
apply to C. H. Keedles, on the corner. The most
thorough assortment of best makes of every article
in the line will be found here, and adjustment made
with professional exactitude.
W Hire Felt, Coeh asd Bdhioh Plasteb.
—A small invoice just received. For sale by the
dozen or single box, Bowxn, Sixth and Yine.
Bowse’s Isfant Cobdial is the oldest,
safest and best remedy for yielding relief to
children teething. Sold by Bower, . Sixth and
Green, and by all Druggists.
“Glycebdie Lotioh,” from “Woods’,” of
Boston, received and for .sale at Needles’ Drug
Store. Twelltb and Race streets.
BXZSS B. TELL It BON, STOCK BROKERS, Be. S3i WAL-
606 sh Coulter Mining 4,V
300 sh do bio 4H
loeeb do if(
300 lb do 4 a
lOdihPennaß bo td
100 ih Seh Nay prfd
100 sh do . 40 .
360 eh do S 3
200 sh Marquette Min
100 sh Fulton Coal Co
M 0 7*f
100 eh Mandan Mln’g ;
200 sh Pa Oil Creek
25 sh Richmond Gas 10K
,16009 DS 4s *-20s 107
sooo Pemna Ca MJU
I too - do 9414
400 City Cs saw 195 U
3000 AlleghyCo £s 76
1000 Fa R 2d mtg 6s 108
6009 PhilkErieß 6s 105
170 NPa R Scrip 97
20 sh Lehigh Scrip 6> X
IS3 sh MlmehUl R 6S.!f
4 el) Chester Val R 414
5 sh do 6
200 eh Hunt & Broad
Top R 22
100 sh do bso 22
ion sh 17th A 19th lSji
27G sh 13th k. 16th st 40
50 sh Arch St R S4R
6sh Little Sch B 49*
50 ih' do ' blo-50
50 sh do ■ bsoeoji
60 ah New Creek 1 %
200 sh Elmira R 37
6 sh Elmira R prfd 52X
PRICES OF STOCKS IN NEW YORK.
nnsT CALL. SECOND dALL.
American’Gold.. 160’f bid .... bid
Chicago and R. Island.. .... bid ....sales
Readingßailroad.. 61X bid .... sales
mi nois Central.... .bid f .... sales
Galena and Chicago.... .... bid .... sales
New York Central 133 x bid ' .... sales
U. S. 6s’Bl int off 11l bid .... sales
Erie 115 bid ' ...‘. sales
Harlem. ....101 bid .... sales
Cleveland and Toledo bid ....sales
FINANCE AND BUSINESS—FEB. 16,1864.
There was lets activity at the Stock Board this
morning, and for some of the speculative shares
priceß were less'firm. The upward tendency noted
in Government Loans for some days past, still con
tinues, and prices again rose X cent., the Five-
Twenties and the Coupon Sixes selling at 107.
State Fives were steady at 94Jf, and City Loans at
101 X and 105Jf. Pennsylvania Railroad advanced
after the close of our report yesterday from 84 to
90, and this marning 70 was bid ex dividend. Little'
ShuylkUl Railroad advanced to 50@50}f. Mine Hill
Railroad was Arm at 61Jf. Reading, Railroad was
unsettled, influenced by a sudden'decline in New
York, and fluctuated between 62X063; with large
sales. Catawlesa Railroad Preferred was steady
a( 44. Philadelphia and Erie Railroad advanced J(.
.Schuylkill Navigation Preferred was firm at 40@
'4(jx b. 30, at the latter figure. Susquehanna Canal
closed at 26X bid, and 26 asked; '"Onion Canal was
steady at 4 and'6jf. for the Common' and Preferred
stbek. Lehigh Navigationwas firm at 60X,and the
Scrip at 60X- Oil Creek sold to the extent of twelve
:thousand shares. at 11X—an advance of The
‘other Mining Btockß-were rather irregular. Bank
shares were held firmly. Passenger Railway Becu
: rijies are advancing. Chestnut and Walnut Streets
sold at 61—anadvance of X; Arch Street at 34X—
an advance of !.(•, Green and Coates Streets at 44
an advance of Xi and Seventeenth and Nineteenth
’Streets at 18X—an advance of IX. ■
jay Cooke at Co. quote Government Secnrith a
Ao,, M follows!
Noon, Feb. 16,1861.
U.S.6’b, 1861. ..100X' liox
U;S.7B-1 Notes, Augu5t.......j..n0 111
' “ . . Uctober..,lo9X 110 X
Certificate of Indebtedness.... 103jJ 103 X
“• .. “ew 99X 99X
Quartennasters’ V0ucher5.......... 98jz • 99
U.S. DemandN0te5................ ..
6-20 Bonds, full coupons ’.V.V.V.V.V.V. XO6X IOTX
Deliveries ofMO Bond's’Mebeing
At thePhlladelphlaGold Exchange,No.34South
Third street, second story, Gold quotations'were
at the following rates:
«■- Mr Febeharv 16,1864.
9jf A. M., 160 X. 12X P. M., 160 X.
1 1XA.M.,160X . |IX P. M., 160 X.
The official averages of the Banks In'the city of
New York, for the week ending Saturday last,
Feb. 13,1864, present in the aggregate the following
changes from the previous weekly statement or
Increase .of Boanß. • $*,013,483
Decrease of Speoie. 649.338
of Circulation......—i i - ~~
Decffidse of Circulation . ; 68J0M
Increase of Undrawn Depoaltß 6,975,674
Including the Exchanges- between the Banks
of Saturday afternoou’th§
MAREHAL-GES ERAL’S OFFICE,
• KUT 6TEXET.
SALES OF STOCKS.
609 sh SusqCnl M Vis.
MOih- to b3O 26
500 ah . - do bJidnt '3%
100 gh PhilaAEneS
toosh do 38’4
200 sh do - bl«
tooshßeadß 62. I .'
100 ah do 2 days 62jl
290 sh d« t’S
209 Sh do bis 62J4
109 Sh do bX> (2%
ftWsh do b2O 6214
100 sh do . sash 6214
IGO sh do bio 61 >5
100 sh do b10(2%
100 sh do b 5 62%
400 ah do 62X
1209 tii FnltonCatlOo 7 V
; lot ah Green Mount 7
; 160 eh to blO 7
■ 10t th Girard Mining TH
300 sh to b 6 Hi
I£o th HandanMlnl’g 7J i
lOSah Phils, k ErieH iS*
M 7 th Sch Not jrfd 40
; 290 th do b 5 41)
150 th do WO 49 %
• 59 th Catawiaaa pfd 44#
900 th do 44
740 th Oil Creek 11
200 th do b3O u,#'
100 th do 11
r 190 th do. bS 11
I 209 th .do bSO ll.v
4oc th Read R b3O 63
100 th do bio C2J£
100 th do blo 92K
750 th do 2 days 61#
100 th do blO 61#
400 th do . J MO 62#
133 th do 6i%
100 th do blo 62«
; 100 th do b2O 62%
cumtianson with the previ
report, and hlho with- the movement..of
tma tinie laat year: . ; : .; -.■, -; :
"Feh.l4, ’ua.' l'cb.r.l >b-1. Fe’>:‘*G, mi.
- ~69,128,0C0 09,722,6f!8 69,722,508
r“5, 175; IP3, £92 113,690.329 1d3,076,519
****** 38,426,4(0 23,521tt53; 21,07*,791
Circulation....... 8,766,317 6,!;16,717 5|9717ti2
GroBS I.ejioßits.. .211,0: [),?:*i 218,-20,-;.;o 12(u,75L20G
Exchanged 41,189,851 ; 77;9f8;624 yo “03 i 6;
re'-tW.tSO.SSO. !4(1,4«;516 13.7,319,042
In SUD-Treasury.. 9,834,629 ; 33,210;663 35 233 715
# ' - ••' ■'rts, •- ■ . . •
Ttesdatt, Felr.ie.—'There is'verj little Quercifcro
Bark here, and No, lls firm., at; s37,ton. ■ '
There is not much Cioverseed uoming forward and
it rangeß from 64 fts. for old and new
crop., deluding too bags to gb outof the market at
‘. Timoth y ia lower; small sales
ats3 6( @3 b 2y a bushel. Flaxseed has declined to
|3 2S@3 bushel. '
The Flour market is dull and prices favor buyers.
There is yery little;shipping demand and; only low
barrels extra family and fancy sold at *7 37k@8 50
barrel; some low grade family at s7@r 25 and 600
bushels extraat ,6 75, Small sales to the retailers
and bakers at ,6 26.t0 *6 60 barrel for super
fine, 66 7E@7 25 for extras and A 7 50@3 for extra!
family and $3 to ,10 for fancy lots—according to
quality. The-offerlngs of Rye Flour and Corn Meal
■ aretrifling, and there is nothing doing in either.
, The receipts of Wheat are small but there is very
; little demand. Sales of 3100 bushels good' and prime
i « 63 @ 1 65 bushel and Kentucky
While at,l 95 in store. Rye is scarce and coni
tmaildß ,1 30. Com 1b active; sales of 15,000 bushels
yellow at ,1 ll@l 12 In store and afioaf. The de
mand for Oats has fallen off. Small sales at 85037
cents. _ ■ -
. in Provisions the tendency is upward. New
Mt SB Fork ats23@23 60, Hams id pickle at 13@l3>i
cents and Lard at 14 cents, ctsh. - -
Whiskey Is dull and nominal at 582859 cents in
drudge and 9«@S2 cents in barrels.
pl^.?sd elphlftEvenlng Bulletin.
. BOSTON—Steamship Saxon; Capt. Matthews—
-25 cs dry good® B W uhase & Sons; 77 pkgs do J S
Barry & Co; 45 do Farnham* Kirkhim & Co; 20 do
Frothlsgham & Wells; 53 eo A BL Fraaciecus; 52 do*
.lamea, nent, Santee & Co: 13 do Little Sc Stokes;
29 <s° A S Lippincott & Co; 32 do Lewis, Boardman
,32 do Tbos Potter: 29
do Biegel. Wieat & Ervlhr39do ScouylkiU Arsenal;
37 cs boots and shoes Amery & Slate: 64 do J Bor
den; 12 do Boker fit Bros; 48 do O S Olafiia: 10 do A
M Conover; 76 do F L Fuller; 141 do P Ford fit Co:
SodoLMFay;6o do.Grafi'fit Watkins; 72 do J B
Banner; 35 do Haddock, Beecl fit Co; 69 do E A
Bendry; CO do Hibbler, Keith fit Co; 62 F & J M
Jonts; 60 do Jones fit Tindall; £9 do Jones & War
rington; 36 do R R Levick fit Co; 13 .do Munroe fit
Smallz; do J B Myers fit Co; 33 do Nickerson,
Harris fit Morelej; 173 do Peiper & Marktey; 32 do
E S Beeves; £8 do Shultz fit Gardner; 68 do A A
Shumway A Co; 40 do .1 fit hi Saunders; 70 do Ster
ling fit Frank; co do B Y Townsend; 74 do Thacher
5 43 do S fit G W Townsend; 15 ca 10 bbla3 kega
J B Butsier & Co; 26 bags yarn J Blakeley; 60 bagß
coffee S Barton A Co; 200 bdls pails Berger A Butts;
72 bxs 3 bales mdse H Cohen; 60 bdls baskets O W
Deane; 63 bales rags J Dobson; 75 bags coffee Fea
rens A Smith; 50 do J Flannagan A« o; 62 cs 50 bdls
G&teß, Kilhurn A Co; 22 bales rags John Hey: 123
bale; wool Thoa Hilton fc Co; 80 bxa 26 kega 4 pk-»
J C Hand & Co; 16 balea raga D Hey; 93* hidea J T
K irk us) rick A Co; 319 obla fish 31 hf do 160 bdls 66
qr bbls 85 klta do Kennedy. Stairs A Co; 125 kits S 3
hrbbla fish S H Levin; 76 ’bags coffee H H Lippin
cott A Trotter; 25 bbla dah Murphy A Koons; 73
bdls 16 bxa paper C Megarge A Co; 800 9-inch ahot 3
howitzers 1 box Ordnance Dep’t, U S N; 30 cs hats
Pancost A Warnock; 412 bdls shovel handles Hotv
°G Speare, Holbrook A Morse;
2- bdls hair W J Thorman; 10 bbls mackerel 6 sheets
13 bars copper H Winsor A bags coffee Water
man, Son A Cope; 21 bbls apples J Warrington&Co;
40 sticks box wood N J Benner; 118 coils cordage
Lee A Co; 75 bags seed O B Rogers; 75 bdls paper
JH Longstreth; 120 bills iron R Leggett A Co; 75
bbis 125 hf do 712 qr do 194 kits fish 200 pknmdae
Leech ACo. ■
FORT OF PHILADELPHIA. FEBRUARY 16.
93* Set Marine Bulletin mi Third Base.
, ARRIVED THIS DAY. -
Steamship Saxon, Matthews, 48 hours from Bos
ton, with mdse and passengers to H Wlnsor & Co.
IF*w bark White Wing, rrom Porto Cabello, and
brig Tbcs Waiter, from West Indies,leaving Break
wstei at 11 AH. yesterday for PhUsdelphla.
: Sehr Smith Tuttle, Bleb, 6 days from Province
town, with mdse to Geb B Kerfoot. , .
ScbrA J KotsM, Llodgcs 3 days ftoai New
York with salt to W. Bonus A Son.
; Schr Josiah Acbom, Gregory 3 days lrom Bal
timore with mdse to Crowell & Collin*.
CLEARED THIS DAY.
Bark Tubal Cain (Hr), Cann, Marseilles, J C Bazlsy
(Br), Howes, Guantanamo, do
Brig Sarah Larsen (Br), Hopkins, Havana,do
Brig Wm Nickels, Giff, Boston, EA. Souder A Co.
Schr J H French, Crosky, Portland, do
Sehr W HeCobb. Chipman, New HaTcn, do
Schr Wm H Tiers, Hoffman, Port Royal, D S Stet
son A Co.
Sehr Jane N Baker, Wilson, Port Royal, Hunter,
Norton A Co.-
Sehr J C Baxter, Stetson, Port Royal, do
Schr M i Bromley, Muncy, Norfolk, do .
i Corretpondenee of the Philadelphia Exchange.
LEWES, Del. Feb. 15.
. The baTk White Wing, from Lagnaira, and a
schooner deeply laden, left tbe anchorage thtt
roorningfor Philadelphia. Two ton boats with
schooner* Wave, from New York for Alexandria;
Belle, from Philadelphia for Newoern; Maria
Pickup, from Philadelphia for Newbern; E. W.
btak, Irom New York forNewbern; Hannah Mar
lin,’ from New York for Newbern, and Buena
Vista for New York for Newbern, went to sea this
forenoon. Weather pleasant, with a light breeze
from N. E.
Yoon, Ac. . AAEON MARSHAL!*
Steamship Norman, Baker, hence at Boston yes
Ship White Swallow, Prlnee, cleared at N. York
yesterday for San Francisco.
Ship Helen Clinton (new, of Providence, 121 t
tons burthen), Sprague, at New York yesterday
from Boston, to load for San Francisco.
; Bark Oak, Byder, cleared at Boston yesterday for
this port. .
Bark Ninneveh, Stackpole, cleared at Boston yes
terday for new Orleans.
Schr Hath Bleb,: BonholT. from New Orleans, at
New York, yesterday, with coal tar.
Ship Kate Prince, Libby, from Acapulco, at Cal
lao 27 th ult. for Chinches, preparing to sail.
Ship Theobold, Theobold, sailed from Callao 13th
ult. for Chinches.
Schr Anna Hicks, bom For tan Prlnee for Boaton
went ashore on Presque Isle 10th inst. and will be
a totalloßs. Her cargo consisted of salt, logwood
GO PARTNERSHIP . NOTICE. —GEORGE
ALIGNS, and JOSEPH H. THOMPSON,
have formed a Co-partnership for the purpose of
transacting business, ns Shipping and Commission
Agents and General'Merchandise Brokers, under
the style and firm of GEORGE ALIGNS & CO.
felO.lbUt GEORGE ALIGNS * CO.,
151 North Delaware Avenue.
fel«-10tf ' JOSEPH H. THOMPSON. '
AIiTHUK H. MESSITEB, PianjS', from New
York,’Will be happy ,to receive engagements
lor PIANO. FORTE lessons. . - .
Address, care of .Messrs. . ANDRE, 1104 Chest
nntstreet. .. . felG-Otrp*..
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE —J. B. MI rOH
ELL is, from this date, admitted a member of
our firm. ' X B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.
Philadelphia, Jan. 1,1EG4. - lelG-st&
WANTED-A FURNISHED HOUSE.
Bla from May 15 to- September’ 15, atqrnear Qer-i
niantown, Please address B-, at this office,
giving locality, description and rent, fel6-3t*
TJI7 OEMS. WORMS. WORMS. WORMS.
NISKEY’s Worm Powders; Vegetable; sore
core. RIDGE and GIRARD Avenues. Price 25c.
—;i»——. THE. UNION .PIANO MAHU
aHKLjasM faqturinq COMPANY have at
IT | ||l their factory _and warerooms, 1611
WALNUT street, always a most beautiful assort
ment of their unrivalled PIANOS, which the]
■ell at the lowest oasA prices or on Instalments,
(jive ns a call before purchasing elsewhere, ant
syery satisfaction and guarantee will be siren
buyers. ' ' ' '
rafa—. CORRECT PIANO TUNING.-
HEf£@3S|Mr. O. E. SARGENT'S orders foi.
ffglT' Inning and Repairing Pianos are re
ceired at Mason A Co. ’s Store, 967 CHESTNUT
street, only. Mr. Sargeant baa bad Eleron Years'
factory experience in Boston, and Fire Years’ cttj
employments Philadelphia. SPECIAL—PIanoi
je-Uatherei to sound as soft and ewwt-tened H
new, without removing. \ .
Terms for tunlnx. el. oclS-Wmrpt
Sole Agent lor.
v G. A. PRINCE * CO.’S ;
harmoniums and drawing-room
HAVEN* BACON’S, .
HALL£T, DAVIS & GO.*B,
jaU-Smip}' ? v CEBEBBATED PIANOS.
SUCCESSOR TO W. H. CABBYL,
719 CHESTNUT ST
SENAT, BROS. & CO.
214 CHESTNUT Street, opposite-Strawberry St.*
Offer a complete assortment of .Jaconets, Cambrics,
Checks, Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks, Swiss Mulls,
India Hook, India Mull and other Muslins of out
usual make and finish. ' iaiff-tft
Oi the ■ folio wing Choice .Brands
“John Hnsselinan,” “^Etoa.”
“Henry Museelman,” “Eagle”
“D. “verholser,” - • “Union'”
‘ •Ktraf*ure Steam, v “Eclipse ”
“Willow Grove,”' “SoaTcly,”
“Lo-mt. Talley,” ”Metzgar,”
“Lo-don Vale,” “Gish.”
“New Providence,V “Zieler.”
“Famnel Brua,” “Pequea.”
‘ ‘John Banck,” “Samnel Ranck.”
And other Penna. and Western brands, for tale by
BROOKE & PUGH,
fell-lm} 17-31 4 17-33 Market Street.
CHARLES STOKES & CO,’B
riRST-CLABB “ONE-PRICE” READY
MADE CLOTHING STORE, NO
824 CHESTNUT STREET, UN
/Rl Por Coat— /“v* a.
issS. Lengthofback jfc %A
from base of
- cellar to waist -SS
- andfrem waist t . im
i.a \ to end of tall. f\ f -
JJ? k Length of f | ? • ■
/yf' E Sleeve (with/ 1 8 .
V jjL “tn crooked) | % 3 if
Av Jgh from middle; -ft: f > J
iMgSa? of back he-| JS A
?*F kS “'E?f tween , the; B A
ft? Itr shoulders to; / j- \
f? £1 end of cod; I / 1
/) ' j| and around w ;] |
/■ £§ the most pro- 7 M S
•- si mlnenipartoll > a
Tim ihs chert and ■
j y waist. State I I f
!i § wtethererect \ 8
ivi • r r
3ft a tnsids seam, \ a, /
® 5 \ - and ontslda \ I*l
hip bone arond die
waist and hip. Per
Test, same as
Coat. A good St
' All garments made from directions} sent In ae
cord&nce with these instructions will be guaranteed
satisfactory. If not so, 'the money will bo returned
onoen’ Unßcrnn* Reudy-msd*, always or
Hand, er made to order In the host maimer and 01
the most reasonable terms. Having finished many
hundred Uniforms the past year for Staff, Fin d,
and Line Officers, as well as for the Navy, wt
are prepared to execute all orders in tm« lms wit!
correctness and despatch.
The largest and most desirable stock of Ready
Mads Clothing in Philadelphia always oajmnd.
THE PRICE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
ON ALL OF THEGOODS. '
Specimens of Cloth, or other materials, with es
timates sent .by mail to any address when re
quested. - • • '.■’■■■
CHARLES STOKES k CO
E. T, TAYLOR,
W. J. STOKES.
ALMERIA GRAPES Choice Almeria Grapes
in large clusters and first order, for sale by 31.
F. SPILLIN, N. W-: corner Arch and Eighth
COFFEE. —Prime old Government Java Coffee;
alcoi .Maracaibo, La Guayra, Bio, Ac., for
sale by 11. F. SPILLIN, N. W. comer Arch and
Eighth streets. --
MACCAEONI AND VEEMIOELLI Italian
Meccaroni and Vermicelli of snperior quality
jnst landed and for sale by hi. F. SPILLIN, N.
W. comer Arch and Eighth streets. :
HALF PINTS CHAMPAGNE.—Cabiset
Cnampagne in hal' pints, 18 bottles to the
case. A iso Heidsieck A 00. ,Gieslor A Co. ,Grnpe
Leaf, Pearl or the Rhine, qts and pts ; Widow
Clicquot, pints, , the genuine article, for sate hy,
SIM i N COLTON A SON, Broad and Walnut
BETHI EHEM BUCKWHEAT.—The genuine
Bethlehem Buckwheat Meal and Oat Meal,for
ta e by MMOH COLTON A SON, Broad and Wal
CIN Cl C< N ATI. HaMS. —Just received aud for
aaie by SIMON COLTON A SON, Broad and
GHOICE- HAMS.—Cincinnati covered Hams,
jnst received and . for sale hy THOMPSON
BLACK A SON, BBOAD and CHESTNUT
streets; ; . . ' . - , .
GRAPES -AND ORANGES.—Extra Almeria
Grapes and sweet Havana Oranges, justlfe
ceivedand for sale by’THOMPSON BLACK A
SON, BBOAD and CHESTNUT streets.
SPICED SALMON-—Fresh Spiced. Salmon in
small cane.just received ana for • sale by
TH OMPSON BLACK A SON, BROAD and
CHESTNUT streets. .
HEIDRIECK A CO’S CHAMPAGNE, very
choice Sherry and Madeira Wine, fine Brandy,
Youuger's Scotch Ale and Guineas* s Brown Stout
for sale by E.B. CLARKE,Grocer and Tea dealer,
Main street, adjoining B. B. depot, Germ an town.
YERY CHEAP TEAS.—Finest Young Hyson,
. Imperial, Gunpowder, Oolong, English
Breakfast, Uhulans, Ac., for sale in original pack
ages, or in small boxes, for family use, at JAMES
R. WEBB’S, Walnut ’and Eighth streets. de23
RIDLEY’S BROKEN CANDY, Vanilla Cream
Candy, Cornucopias, Chocolate Almonds and
Drops, .Burnt Almonds and Mixtures; all fresh.
For Sale by E. B. CLARKE, dealer In fancy and
staple Groceries, Main street, adjoining Railroad
FRENCH PEAS, Champignons, and Boneless
Sardines, of a fresh importation; for sale by
E. B. CLARKE, dealer in fine groceries, Main
street, adjoiningßailroad Depot, Germantown.
FRESH GEOOEBIES FOR CHRISTMAS—
New Raisins, Currants, Citrons, . Prunes,
Figs, and Almonds. Just received fresh, for sale
by E. B. CLARKE, dealer In fancy and staples
groceries, Main street, adjoining Railroad Depot,
Refined sugars and syrups of all
grades manufactured at the Southwark Sugar
Refinery and the Grocers’ Sugar House, for sals
by E. O. KNIGHT A 00., Southeast comer
Water and Chestnut street*.
FRESH OLIVE OIL in whole, haif.und
bottles; for sale by E. B. OLARKEjgtoM?’
Main street; adjoining Railroad Depot, German-,
town. ' ■
BRlTS—Laver Raising Urn “® B £o«!s> 9 Nbw
Sultanas; New Rigs, la |“eyJwxevN.ew
Currants: Prunes; English WJPSSjwth stfl *'
JAMES WEBt’S, Walnut and Elghth stS
. ' AECaiONEERS,
622 alia (no Sansom Street;
St.O . Tft ST I WART.. Auctioneers! will give
ib.ir.j ;ri oi:a] n iri.tion to. mus of MEBCH A.N
-] I::E ai d u- Ali-e $ of all- descriptions'; kurni.
'rre < f j-.-iTiies mr.oiug or t-r-aaing tip Honse
li.i rpim-, pi- tilt* p- ► nines of tbe owners,"or at their
eifg.-.ni r.iri spa; ioiis&.l sroomt,,Nos. OH Chesto
nut S-iTet-niH] tils Fansom ttroM. -felfl.fit't
Tie 2d, 3d and 4th Floors of the Large
aid Spacious Budding;,
THONT AND BACK,
lately oc npiedby Messrs. Howell A Brother,
No. 622 (iestnit and 615 Sansom sts.
Applj on the Premises. fel6 5t5
TBIODOBE M. APPLE, I
GAUGER AND COOPER,
bfes. K26nd JOl OATZMERSTREET;
(Between Front a .<4 Second and Walnut and
' Chestnut Streets.) /
Imitation Brandy Casks always on hand.
Casks. Barrels and Kegs, always*on hand or
made to order. . fel2-ly
■§\ WPlGffr & SIDDALL %
. iSTo; 119 Market Street.
Between Front and Second streets.
' O. W. WEIGHT. r. H. STDBAM.
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, AND
Can find at onr establishment a full as
sortment of Imported and Domestic Drags,
popular Patent Medicines, Paints, Osai
Oil, Window Glass, Prescription, Vials,-
•tc., at as low prices as genuine first class
goods can he sold.
FINE ESSENTIAL OILS *
for Confectioners, In full variety, arm 0 ,
the best quality.
Cochineal, Bengal Indigo, Madder, Pot-
Ash, Cudbear, Soda Ash, Alum, Oil at
Vitriol, Annatte. -
Copperas, Extract of Logwood, Ac., 808
' DYERS’ use, always on hand at lowsst
set cash prices. °
SULPHITE OF LIME,
for Seeping cider sweet; a perfectly harm
less preparation; put np, with foU direc
tions for use, in packages, containing suf
ficient for one harrel.
Srders by mall, or city post, wHI matt
with prompt attention, or special quota
tions wiU be fnrnfthed when requested.
WEIGHT A SIDDALL, ‘
Wholesale Drug Warshonss,
no2l-lyrp4 No. 119 Market street above Fron
LOST— Certificate No, cut, iou shares Preferred
Stock or the Union. Canal Company, dated
October 28 1863, in name of. John Thomley. . Ap
pHcaiion w ill be; made to the Board of'.Directors
for new certificates. JOHN THORNLEY,
Dec. 1, 1863 [tn.Smrp*] ■ 311 Chestnntst.
4£*~ GOLD AND-SILVER WATCHES, OF
|ni onr own importation, reliable in quality,
SIS and at low prices.
FARR A BROTHER, Imporrera,
324 Chestnut street, below Fourth.
. WATCHES! WATCHES!;
/V\ WATCHES!—SOO fine GOLD and
SILVER WATCHES, by the most ap
ftF vi? proved makers, for sale at one-half the
usnalprices at the Broker’s, corner of THIRD and
GASKILL streets, below Lombard.. ja2B-lmrp
VXTATCHiS, WATCHES, WATCHES,
W WATCHES. —New and Second-hand
WATCHES for sale at the Broker’s Office, corner
of THIRD and streets. jais-lmrp
MONET l—To any amount LOANED
/V\ upon WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW-
A- AELRT, GUNS, CLOTHING, Ad, a
“ “ JONES A CO.’S old established Loan
Office, corner THIRD and GASEQLL street*
Office honrs from. 7 A. M. to7P RC ia2S-lta
Robert shoemaker t oo.—
Bobt. SHOrMAKZB, Be?>J. H. Shoexakhb,
Wk. M. Shoemakee, Bichaeb M. Shoemaker.
TO DRUGGISTS.—We offer*the following, o
recent importation: Agaric, Aniseed, Star Anise,
Caraway and Canary Seed, Altheas, Aconite and
Calamus Boots, Barbadoes Tar, Poppy-Heads,
Tonqua Beans, Refined Borax, Refined Camphor,
Jennings's Calcined and Garb. Magnesia,Calabria
Liquorice, Essential Oils of prime quality,French.
Chamois, Wedgwood and Porcelain Mortars and
Pill Tiles, Evaporating Dishes, Porcelain Fun
nels, Flint-Glass Prescription Vials, Druggists*
Furniture Bottles, of Boston manufacture, French
Vial Corhs, Pallet Knives, Ac. .
ROBERT SHOEMAKER. & CO.,
.Wholesale Druggists, .
fe3 N. E. corner Fourth and Race streets.
TO DRUGGISTS.—We offer to the. Dispensing
Trade a large fresh-stock of selected_J)rngs—
comprising* among other articles,' .
J-arsaparillavMexicanaud Honduras; Magnesia,
Calcined, In tin cases and bottles; Castor Oil, E.
I. and American; Prime Borax, Beflned, barrels
and.lots: Bennucaacd St Yihcent Arrowroot:
lodide potash, 250 lbs. in cases of 50 lbs., and
lots; Armistead's Mustard, cans 10 lbs., fine
quality; Tartaric Acid, Kidder?, 50 Uwcases; Ro r
chelle Salts, do.; Cream of Tartar, English Medi
cinal Extracts; Castile Soap, white and red; Ja
maica Ginger; White Camphor; Essential,Qils, in,
vnnety; Tapioca; Sago; Gum Tragacantb; Bi-
Carbonate Soda, in kegs; Fine and Common
Sponge; Yial Corks, taper and straight, extra
• * CHARLES ELLIS, SON A: CO,,
Market street, K.E. cor Seventh.
EBTHLEHEM OiTMEAL bv tie pound or
keg—fresh every week. HUBBELL, Apothe
cary, 1410 CHESTNUT street. . : fe!2
TTyHITE VIALS—For Prescription ,nse, of’jf
V t to S Ounce sizes, on hand and for sale by
WILLIAM ELLIS & CO , Druggists, No. 724
MABKET street. ja2o
Flint glass prescription vials.—a
full assortment of very fine quality Flint Vials,
both Union Ovals and Hound Shouldered: also,
Druggists’ Glass Ware of every description.
BULLOCK & CRENSHAW, Wholesale Drug
gists, Arch and Sixth streets.
THE NEW “PILE PIPE.”—A SIMPLE,
cleanly and portable contrivance for,the appli
cation of ungnents to the internal. surface of the
rectum. Sold by HUBBELL, Apothecary-, 1418
Earthenware jars of au sizes, from
Ounce also Druggists’ Eartbbnware ■
generally, and White Glassware, ■ for mate by '
WILL*AM ELLIS A CO., Druggists,-No. 724
MARKET street. ,• Ja2o
PILLS OF THE U. S. PHARMAOOPCEIA,
Grannies of Aconita, Atropia, Di gitalin, Mor
phia, Sulph: Strychnia, and manyothers, coated. ,
with shgar, ’ manufactured by BULLOCK ft ;-:
CRENSHAW, Sixth and Arch streets. ■' t.,
Fine violet pomade.—an invoice
of freshly imported Marrow Pomade sweetly
scented with Violets, 1n.50 cent jars. Hii
Apothecary, 1410 Chestnut street .
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NOETH
AMERICA.—MARINE, FERE AND IN3
LAND TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE.
Office, No. 232 , WALNUT street, South side,
East of Third street!
The Properties of .this Company are well in
vested and furnish an available fund for the ample
Indemnity of all persons who desire to be pro
tected by Insurance. ' .
MARINE RISKS taken on Vessels, Freight*
“miAND ' TRANSPORTATION RISKS , on.
FIRS RISKS on Furniturd &&c&
mcSRPORATED n iN?7 U^CAPITAL* S OO,()6 e ,
“"AND PAID IN AND SECURELY IN
“vrj-SpjED. TOTAL PROFETIES,
Y ei, 30ft000. PERPETUAL
. .. CIBHOTOEB.
Arthur G. Coffin, ‘ ; James"N. Dickens,
Samnel W. Jones, .. S. Morris -Wain, - -
John A: Brown, John Mason,
Charles Taylor, , George L. Harrison, '
Ambrose White, Francis R. dope,
Richard D.' Wood, , Edward H. Trotter,
William Welsh, E. S. Clarke,
William E. [Bowen, William Cummings......
T CharletOn Henry. _ ■ . ,
ARTHUR G. COFFIN, President.
Chablbb Platt. Secretary.
T7\OR SALE. —3OO Tons Key West Stone, _exsM»
I; New England. For terms »PPI7 to PETEpq
WRIGHT A SONS USVfatoxa itwrt.