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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 1SGC.
Hie Drrr In our Public Squares. To the Editor of the Evening Telegraph- Amonpr the rjceat proceed inirs of the wise men ronresrntinR the city of ruiladelphia was on t l input." of the deer In the public squares, giving m a reason that the oitr had occasionally to pay for a llttlo corn and bran to ffed thein. This verv imvortarit Question occupied the tiros of those wonderful counsellors the prreater part of two ancrnoonn, wi-j mi vug wane ior?t.unir mat rwtilonoe U approachinn surely and rapidly, and It will find our streets and alloy leaking; with the accumulated tilth of the entire winter, and In most adimrnble condition lor the cholera to Bpread amond iis, and thereby cauwo the death of many a one who? life would be worth more to the community than the whole of those eminent Imh1I s put tofrilhor. Seriously speaking In rearard t: the deer ques tion, iho wriier ws one ot me parties who con tributed to the purchase and had them pineal in lfcan Square. The original intention was to have kept a lew, ray trn or twelve, la Logan Square, and then Bond the balanco to Falrmount Park. Tuerc never has been anything pluced in any of our public squnrc or elsewhere, that has CAuand more rumarK, and tlnU has drawn more BtrnnKers to vlatt the Squuro, than the tame deer welkin? about, mid hnrmirvr no one, at lea no one who 'will let them alone. The writer hn neon, scores ot times, little children from two to ten years old unarms their cakes, apples, etc., with them. tamo have they becomo, that thry will Iced out of their hand". Amonr; the hundreds ot children who day after day visit tho public squares, I will venture to assert that there is nothing that so much attracts the there a the drer. If the city ot 1'hiladclphia cannot afford to pay for their keep, the writer will guarantee that the amount necessary can bo iaised by tho children ot tho neighborhood under seven jears of wo, who will glaril give? from the tno'npy furr Ished them for calces and can dies, iroro than will bo sullioient to teed th'.r e's. 1 do hope, thereloie, a one ot tlmr ineni i rs lubtly observed, they will have sou e respect lor then own ditrnity. AMUSEMENTS. Academy or Mosio. Faust, th" poem inter preted tr tho; dreamy cud impassioned charactor iifc t bas inspired, will be given to-morrow oveninjr by the artists who best understand both the poetry and the music. Hlmmer. Hermanns (the "Mephis tophelec"par excellence) M'mc Ilotior a most nn islied artift, end MaflMo Dzinbft, now to ui in tne role of "Seibol." 'ausf will bo porfermod but once. It should not be niisaod by any one who de sires to retain memories or tue grand and beautiful. LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. Cour.T of Quarter SESRioNS-Judco Ludlow. Harriet lloilmau was charped with bigamy. The Rev. Mr. Wilson te.titied that in April 14, 1803, ho united the .defendant in mtirria? to one Joseph lloilman, and that subsequently in January, 1806, be nerain joined tho delendant in niarriatre to one William ii. Wacrnor. He turther testified that at the time of the last marriage she reminded) hini that he performed the mar riage ceremony when she was 6 rat married, and Cave him to understand tnat her brat husband was dead, and she was then a widow. After this testimony the delendant withdrew her plea of not guilty, and entered a plea of guilty. Tho defendant's counsel said he would like time to bring Fome witneso?, who, hctaid, would show a state of facta thai would, in his opinion, go tar in mitigation of punishment. The final disposi tion of tho case was therefore postponed until Saturday. Lewis Warner, late Co'onel of a colored regi ment and Commandant at Camp William Penn, was charged wifh the larceny, as bailee, of fsur hundred dollars, the property of William Reese, a colored man, who enlisted as a substi tute, September 8, 1804, and, being taken to camp, entrusted, as he testitied, the money in question to the defendant for sale keeping. He took a receipt lor the money, which ho says he has lost, ana was sent with his regiment to toe Held. Upon his retnrn he called upon the Colonel, stated that he had lost his receipt, and de manded his money. The Colonel said that he did not remember hlru, that his name was not upon his (the Colonel's) bookv, and said that If the money bad been left with him it had been paid to some other person, who had claimed it. On trial. Patrick Brisrty pleaded guilty to a charge of assault and lattery on Joseph Hogelaad, and was sentenced to ten days in the County Prison. The defendant hit Hoeclund over the head with a pitch-pine board, and indicted quite a severe cut. Peter C. Thompson was convicted of assault and battery on Annie Beaumont, and was fined $10 and costs. MATTERS OYER THE RIVER. Sad Casualty. On Sunday morning the body of Mm. Weldon, of Bordentowu, was lound in a large rain cask, on the premises of her son-in-law, Mr. Herbert. Mrs. Weldon had suffered for several years trom a nervous alfection, which produced at limes a shsht derangement, but had never manifested any symptoms to give the re motest idea of self-destruction; and whether her death was caused by accident or desisrn is un known. She hud resided in Camden for many years, nnd was much respected. This calamity has plunged several families in grief; for she was almost idolized as a mother, and held in the highest esteem by a large circle of friends. Inquest. The German who was brutally assaulted and robbed in a back street near Eng lish's Hotel one night last week, died at the Pennsylvania Hospital on Saturday. His body was brought to Camden on Hunday by Coroner Itobert. and an inquest will be held this after noon. Ilia name wns Peter Ktucble, a German by birth, and he was a member of the 31th New Jersey Kegiment. The authorities oucht to offer a reward lor his murderers, as no expense should be spared to brine the heartless assassins to pun ishment. This gallant soldior had escaped all the perils ot battle to be struck down by high way men in a peaceable and Christian com ni unity. Shiffleti Ho8E Company. This Fire Company attended the Tabernacle Baptht Church iu a body yesterday morning. The front scats of the middle oiile9 were reserved tki.m Mr Tlnvioa flip Puat.rtr vdva sin eloquent picture of the exposure and perils Incident to a meraan'g life, ami urged the ne cessity oi mwavB uuhik iin-yiuou m nicci uuora, His advico to shun intoxication, profanity, and loitering on the Sabbath about the hoe house, was a most persuasive appeal, and kindly received. American Mechanics. Camden Coun cil, No. 7, O. 0. A. M., with a number of visiting members of the Order, attended liivlne service at the Broadway Methodist Episcopal Church, , on Sunday morning. The pastor preached an appropriate sermon, ainuimg, in nappy terms, in the benevolent features of the organization. Wo have seldom seen u more respectable body ot men together. Tiittv tv PnTinrrr. llifht converts nrprn given the riant hand of fellowship in the Taber nacle Baptist Church, by the Pastor, Itev. Mr. Davies, on Sunday morning. In the evening, the ordinance of baptism was administered to several mor. About thirty-eight additions have recently been made to this Church, aud the revival meetings are nun uuuimuiu Tftliiible Cai-amiiy. Four children in fli'fith in a house at Jackson ville. Monmouth connty, one nht last week, v hp house takincr tiro. lue occupant, a ..j i,ia hillren. nine in number, had escaped, but the four who loHt their lives had ra-biy re-entereu iuc uuuc, i"i mcj could acaiu escape, cn uu.u ,v v.v,.vu. KonntKY of I'iutoi-h. A few nights since about seventeen handsome revolvers were stolen out ot a bo ticinnciuir iu u c i.uve.u merit, at Amboy. Mr. Vanclevo, the Superin tendent, Immediately discharged, the gang VUUl th robbers were ldentlttod. CITY INTMLIOENOE For Adiiliorud Looal JUrms if Third rage. BPECtAt. Beliqiocs SEnviCES. Festor dny was tbf occasion of a number of rol g ous meetings of more thin ordinary Interest. The Kieht Bev. Bishop Vail, of Kansas, officiated at All Paints' Protestant Episcopal church, tn Twelfth street, below Fitzwater, administering the rite of confirmation to a numoer of pers nt. The ceremonies wero of a deeply interesting character, end tbechurch edifice whs completely tilled. In the afternoon ltev. John Chambers preached a sermon to medical students, and there was not a vacant seat in the nonce. His advice to young men ecposed to tho temptations of city life was well timer", and delivered with that earnestness for which this gentleman is so remarkable. Bishop Simpson addressed the young men at Trinity M. K. church, in Right b. street, above Race, in the evening. Th) church was crowded, the audience belnir mainly com posed of young persons. The Bishop made one ot his happiest efforts. Ho nrzed the young men to a manly discharge of their social and Christian duties, showing that un upright life was a guarantee, to success in their daily avoca tions, giving them character and standing in the community, and profitable even ai a worldly vcntuie. The sermon was full of eloquent pas sages, and created r, deep Impression. Kev. E. R. Bead'.e, recently n missionary to Syria, but at ttresent pastor of tho Scven'h Prrs- bytcrinn Church, at Boventh and Arch, repeated, by special request, his sermon to young ladies, hist evening. The immense church as entirely to small to accommodate all the ladies that were in attendance, the alsl?s, pulpit steps, standing room in the galleries, tin choir, and even the vestibule being packed with the dense mas or humanity, while hundreds were forced o leave without gaining admission. We cannot do justice to the sermon, but we learn that it will be published tn pamphlet form, and in this way will achieve a wider usefulness. The ser mon is founded upon the Btory of the woman who washed the tcet of tho Saviour, as related in the seventh chapter of St. Luke, and Is cer tainly a magniticent specimen of p'llpit oratory. rno rtevcrend gentleman refers to woman under live ditl'crent asoect3 : her place, character, influence, mission, and reeds, and Is entirely out of the usual vela of special lectures. He regards woman as charged with peculiar duties and great responsibilities. Avoiding tho vexed qeestion of the natural equality of the sexes, be proceeded t show tho great power exercised by woman In moulding character, and influencing the characters of t oose with whom they were in daily contact, arid referred to the tact that nearly every great and gooo man naa acknowledged tne suect ot a mother's precept and example. Dr. Beadle has a sympathetic voice' and his earnestness is one of the rerrmrKable features of his oratory. His long residence in th East has rendored him familiar with oriental literature, and many ot his figures glow with tho brilliancy of that land of poetry. lie promises to be one of the most popular preachers of our city. Kot the l"ust attractive feature of the service was the fine musical performances of the choir. It has been but recently organized, but cannot but achieve reputation. The soprano. Miss Mary B. lleisler, has a powerful vote, finely cultivated, nnd rendered the higher styles of classical music with trreat effect. Miss Jennie Thomas has a rich contralto, and Bimrs with an ease and abandon that Is peculiarly attractive. Mr. rrad8bnw is a young man, but tie gives great promise of future excellence. It is hardly necessary to say anything in regard to tho lender, Mr. John J. Heisler. Every one that has attended the Arch Street Presbyterian Church will acknowledge the beauty and force of his rendition. As a basso profundo he has no superior and but few equals. Air. w oiseiter, a well-known musician, nns charse of the organ. Last evening the opening piece, "Calm on the Listening Ear of Night," ana tne cio.-ing cnant, "snail we jueet wita Christ our Saviour," was magnificently per- lorroea. The Rev. Otis Cibson. of the China Mission, delivered an interesting seomod yesterday morn ing in the Twcllth Street Methodist Episcopal church. He gave an account of ths operations ef the mission since he was first assigned to duty there. At the M. K. Manner's Bethel, Shippen and Pcan streets, the anniversary of tho Missionary Society was held, and addresses were dolivercd by Thbmus Pcrnns and others. The children attached to the school sang a number of choice pieces. me Missionary Anniversary ot tne s.ibbatn School connected with Cohocksink M. E. Church was held yesterday afternoon. Several appro priate addresses were delivered. l ne nunorea ana twenty-rourta meeting or tne Philadelphia Tract and Mission Society was held yet-terday morning, In the Baptist Church, Eighth street, above Master. Addresses were delivered by Rer. William M. Connell, LL.D., ana orners. A meeting of the friends of the Sabbath was held last even'.ng, in the Seventh Presbyterian Church, Broad street, above Chesnut. The Kev. Dr. Crowell, tne pastor ot the church, and seve ral others, delivered addresses appropriate to the occasion. SAGK QUESTIOKS. You who are at figures qnick, Brush up vour arithmetic; Can you count tho drunkard's ills, Or young Skln'em's unpaid bills, Or the vows that lovers make, Or the oaths that blacklegs break, Or your Bailie's host of charms, Or your net vons aunt's alarms, Or moeqnitoes in the Fall, Or customers at Tower Hall? We have the largest mnd 6et ttock of Clothing in rhtiattelphia, all VRKSn, fabhiosablk, and Socnd, which we are telling tit prion gtun anteed to tie lower tnan tne lowtu eiltunere. ror eitner POLKD or DAilAOKD fVOils. IOTO 11 ALL, KO, 518 MBKET 8TRBRT, BEtiwsrrr fc Co. MAcniKBBT rHiiKCTKi In all the wide ranjre of human inventions the genial of man bis neror been more nseiutly called into operation tnan. ia brinr lngto perfection a durable, cheap, eiuoient,and simple bowing Wachlne. Appiyinir these eiseuual qualiiies of a pood 8ew)nff Machine to the Florence, solU at ri o, tuu moanui sireer, we ooiunuor vum in projectors have a perfect right to olalin for it, in the bighest uoree, simplicity witn aaraointy, aaa tne further quality of doing a greater range of work than any other competitor, whilst tt can be easily understood by all Besldei embodying all the advantages ot (kit her machines. Uie Floience possesses nianv improvements over any and all ot tuem such as making four different kinds ot stitches, a fvlt-adjuKting tension adapted to an Kinds ol work, never tailing to give the amount of tousiou always in exact proportion to the size of the t obijiu. tho necu har nietnod or taiing uoinesiacx thread, tho excellent and exclusive feature ot adjust ing the length ol the stitch, anu tne direction oi tne same, denominated the revermble fte.d-motion, which enables the operator, by simply turning a thumb screw, to have the work run nther to the right or left, to Ktuy any part ot the soam or fasten the ends oi seams without turning tbe fabric. A caroiul examination ot the construction and working ol the Florence Maotiine will convince any ouo of its su periority, siid we wou'd ndviso our readers who are delrous of buying a gift that wbl be moat acuuptablo to the wife, daughter and iriund, tu boy a Fioronce dewing MaoHine a gil ot bounty aud utility that will last a lifetime. Every machine sold is war tanted to give satislactiou, and instructions civen without charge, t all turly to secure promot do ;iverv, as the Company are now behind their oiiitrt. Cocans, IIoaiisenkss, and the vaiious Throat af' lections to which Puolio Bponkora, Military Offioers, and Singors aro l.able, reliuvtd by "J3rown'i Bron chial Jroches." Having a direct influonoe to the affected parts, they al'av Pulmonary irritation. The lreedora liom all duloterious Ingredients makes the Troche a fate remedy for the most delicate female, or younrect child, and ha oaused them to be held in the highest esteem by those who ue them. "llMOK IS KOT ALWAYS BTRKXOTH," SI the sailor said when he saw the purser mixiny his rum with water. Hie union of slate and dust with Coal by no means enhances its value. W. W. Alter, tne renowned dualL-r. ai So. 057 Ninth ttroet. below (iirard aveuue, has liU Ceal carefully sorocued and picked for lannly urn . He ah-o mi's at the vry lowest prices. JJrauoU Cliioe at bixth aud fcpi'lnu I GaidvB meets, HronLT Ixr-onTAWTl Visit to J". Drrs! 8TAKTUSO DlSCMStJR-8t Frftn tmr wn ftprcial. l'Mlu(t by Fortress Monroe yetfVrdsv, I took ooe slnn to drop tn for a cull upon the ex-l'rcsldnnt ef the late lamented Confederate Mate. Mr. Dsris is looking quite old. Msny anorlb thl to his treatment herej hut I think it probably srtaoi frem the faot that lie was born in lHl'8. When I entered lits apnrtmnnt, he wm ittln upon a eliair which stood mioa tne floor. He bad one lis nd on tiii knen. Tins position, nowurer, is not compnhorr, and tie varies it tt will. I ftid. "How do you do, slrf" lie said, "Pretty well, Uu, how are your" I do not know why be called me that; Augustas ia not Hit name. . I then said, "Sir. Uere are many conflicting rnmors coticcrnlng your treatment Iu this place. Have yoa Anything to complain oif" lie said, "Young man, I should think I had." Had I, 'OfwhotT" Ha d he, " Of being looked np " "ltuw do they feed yonf 1 asked. "Onvlotnals rno.tly," lie answered "Do the hues tronblo youf" I asked. "Tot, whon they lute me," d he. I ohporvea there was no r? rsian carpet on the floor, reither ilid I notloo a rocking o iait. Taking my le-veot bim. 1 snid, "Can I do anytlim? tor on V "Ye(.," said bo, " send mo tho 'Book of Cnttlni I see ndvrrtlised ty Charles Stokes k Co , the Clottvers tinder the Continental Uotnl, 'biJadulihia. With tins request my interview closed. 8AIS Oil, of rATSTiwos Parties wishing to con fplmto to the sale of Od Paintings, to be hld at Scott's Art Ual'orv, No. 1020 cliexmit street, on Tuesday aDd Wednesday, 1'ebrnarv 27th and 2th, trust have their paintings in store by Saturday next, 24th inctat. KtjrTtrK professionally treated, aud'eorrect Trns fes applied, Ly C B. Keodlua, corner ot Twelfth and ltaco street; Ladies' department first door below. A full lino of Mechanical licmcdies and feupports. rnrcrcs TlF.crcKo, A rare opportunity for per sons drsirtnir Fholojriaphs. All g.ylo, of wondorfiil nrenracy and fuponor execution, at B. F. Keitnor's, o. 624 Arch street. ,o early. Avoid delay. W. & B., Good Clo'bine, Oak Uall, Sixth and Market. W. & B , Good Clothing, Oak Hall, Sixth and Martlet. W. k B., Vood Clothinir, Oak Hall, Sixth and Market. W, ft B., Good Clothing, Oak Uall, Sixth and Market. W.k B., Good Cloth ins, Oak Hall, Sixth and Market, W. ft It., liood Clothing, Oak Uall, Sixth and Market. MAR11IKO. COOPER-CAEK. On tho loth of Septomber, 1R(X), bv the Key. J. It. Merrill, Mr. WILLI A H B. tOOi'EK to Miss MAKUABKr CARR, both of this cry. MARTER WARDLE. On the 221 instant, In the Green fctreet M. E. Clmrch, by tho Uev. Alfred Cook man, Mr KUERhON K. MALUKU to Miss SALLIE il. W A RULE, both ot this city. N'o cards. DIED. CASSIDY. On the 25th lnstaDt, AXXE, wlfa' of William Cassldy. The rolanves and friends of tho family aro respoct fully invited to attond the funeral, irom the reaidonce ot her husband, northwest oorner ol Fifteenth and Wood si reels, on A'cdnesdiiy mornnr at 8 o'clook, without lurtlier notice. Funeral service at the Cathe dral. Interment at Cathedral Cemetory. 'FL"LSIER.-On the 23d instant, lirrs. CATHA RINE, reuct ol the laio John iulmer, Inthob'Jta year of her ago. The relatives and ft-londs are invited to attend fio funeral, tioni her lato residenco, No. 1341 Palmor street, ighteenth Ward, on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. RONET. On the morning of the 24th instant, ELIZABETH, wife of San uel J. Ronoy. The relatives and friends of the lan ilv aro rospoot lullv invited to attend her funeral, from trw resi dence of her busliand. No 458 N. Sixth stroet, on Wednesday morning, tho 28tU instant, at 10 o'clock. STILES On the 2ith instant, after a long and severe lllnes, HENRIETTA, eldest daughter of Robert and E izabeth Macs, aged 13 years, 2 months, ana 1 day. The friends and the relatives ot tho family are ro speettullv invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her parents, No. 827 Carpenter street, on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, without fur ther notice. WALLS On the 24th Instant, SARAH A , wife ol Thomas Wails, aged 82 vears. The relatives and rrionds of the family are respoot fullv invited to aitrnd the funeral, trom the residonce f.i her husband, Thompson tret, above Second, on Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. Sorvice and in terment at St Michaol's. WREN. On the 24th Instant, ELIZABETH WREN, wite of Chrtstophor Wren, in tho 4Jtn yoar of her age The relatives and friends of the family, Martha Washington Tent, No. 4,1. T of H. Sisters, are ro pectfullv invitod to attend the funorol, fiom tho residence of her hnaband, No. 131 iiazol street, on Wtdnesday aftornoon at 2 o'olock. CTJPERIOR WROUGHT STEEL AMERICAN and Imported CoiTee ill'ls, and those of more ordi nary anal Ity, and a'.so aeverai kinds ol Cofl'en Kj-tors, fnrihv TBI MAM 8, SHAW. Ho MMTlpht Thirty-five) M A KKET Ht . bolow Ninth. A SHORT RECEIPT TO CHEAPEN COAL- J.X liny a Fatont Ash-snior or TRUMAN & 8TI AW. Ns B8! (Eight Thlrty-flve)MAlLl.KT Ht.. below Ninth. rrHE BEST TEST OF THEIR UTILITY 13 1 te brine a nalr of Cull Scissors along wlta yon, and we can soon show on how ciulckiy anu nlcelr you can BharpeB them on Rubs' l atent hharpouer. For snlo by Ke. 855 (Klght Thlrtv-flvel MAKKr.T Pt.. below Ninth TOR I A N 1 8 TONIC ALE. t JOKDAH'8 TONIC" AI.F. JOliUAIt'S 1I.1U AL.K. JOKOAN S TOVIO AT.E. Tt. tn recommended by nhvstclons of this aud other places as a superior tofiie, and rcqnires but a trial to coitTlnne the no!t skeptical of Its great mo'it. To be bad, wholesale ana retail, ol r. i.junufl, ChamDOKno Cider, by the dozen, bottled, or by the barrel. s s O K N E X C H A N G E J BAO MAMTACTOET. . J O II N T. BAHKI CO, No. 113 N. FKONT and o. 114 N. WATEB Street. Pnl aduiphla. DEALERS IN BAU8 AND BAOCINQ ii evnrv deserlatlon. for Giain, Flour, Sat, buner i'h opliate of Lime, Bono Dint, Etc. lino ana suiau ul.m iiaum ransiauuy ou nana. t tt AlflO, Vt (JUL OAIAS John T. Bailey. Jamks Cascadkn WANTS WANTED. A FEW ACTIVE AND Ex nflrlimoed men to sell a most valuable Pa'ent Kor peranns competent, the nioat. liberal lnnuoomenH are oncreu. ion ai ao. z-ii auoov nuuuau y trout room. 8i!4 8mw4w HREF. GENERAL AGENTS WANTED TO Riu lu impurLHlu iuliuub kii tint .ion wi v nui- flentA. Innurmntft C'omjiMy Activo mn ol iroott atltlreK-, . l it . i r A r I PV II ....... 1. 1 .tt,.,i, V y A . A CIJKHNL'T -street. Aop:y buuu. 2 21 ) U ? L E X S K I 11 T FASHIONS FOR 1SI10. BRADLEY'S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBLE SrRING) HOOP RKIIIT. Furh Hood of this PECULIAB SKIRT Ib composed of two nni iy-'miprrtd ilfrl urmg. braldi a tiutlt and I'liiMLV togeiner kuui to ruB, iuiiumik hi. uuua iuo hi THIN fr.s'l' aud innHt KLEXl bl.E UUUl'made 1 hey will not ukkd or vukak like tue hIurI aprtOKS, bnt vlll KVKit pbksbbvb their pihkect and beautivul bhai'B where three or (our ordinary skins will have ben thrown away aa i seicea. I h...r v,,.,l.rful H xibihlu ADDS OHEATIT tO the COM roiiT and oohvehikxob. besides (jiving inthsseplkasuks teth wkareii, a will be paricuiMly erptrfficed by .tinmiinff rrftrd-d reetVtion: ta'tl. cwroi. rte. Is pact for ths promtnadt or Ajr, the church, thta Ire orctr they aro iinsi'Iipahkd . combiulnr comfort, TirHAHii.iTT and rconour, with that .utaAmis ol ihaue which baa made the DUPLEX ELLIPTIC TUB (STANDARD PKIRr ' OF THE FASHIONABLE WORLD. Vanufao'.ured exclusively by the BOLE OWNERS ot i aiuut, , AVESTS, HUADIiKY & GARY 'o. CHAMBERS and Vos. 79 and 81 BE.VDE 8U., SEW YORK. Merchants will b supulled as above, and by Phlladel FOB ha I.K ta all Fibst-class BtTAiL Storks In run VBABLSra DUPLEX ELUPriO SKIIIT. niAT 25 CENTS WILL DO I NO. OO) CIIKSVUT BTRKHT. KO. CO) CHKSJSCT RTREET. 83 CKNT8. J CENTS. NO. 009 CHESNTJ r BT R RET. A. J. no TVS, A. J. UOYTS, 25 CENTS. . 25 CENTS. A. J. UOYTS, GREAT SALE OF RICn JEWELRT AND FANCY CO0DS. A NEW FEATTJRB. A NEW FEATUUE. 2J CKMS. 25 CENTS. NOTHING LIKE IT. KOrUINU IU( IT. Ttic entl'e stock of a firs t-claM Jeweller and Fato.y floods Dcalor, to bo closed out to make roein tor the LedKcr" OfBce. ONtY OSK Alttft,!! 2J CENTS. ONLY OE ARlxCLB 2S CENfM. SOI.T) AT A TIME. BOLD AT A TIM-. Hotter than any C. lit Sale. CI FT HALK. til FT SALE. 25 CENTS. GIFT SALH. TWENTY FIVE CENTS 25 CENTS TWKNTV-F1VE I'KNTI TWENIY-FIVE CKNTS And One Dollar Is all that la saked ner article, na mat ter ol what value It may be. hj t.ils method you may . a. i- w waii u A GOLD WATCH rOTt ON- DOLLAR. Fell ONK DOLL Alt. A Bllver Watch, a Silver Plated Tea Set n Silver Coffee TTrn. a Miver-iilatou (ihlet, Cantor. Ice l'ltoiinr. Butter Dlrh frt ol Forks or hpoona onedolmr. Klch Jewelry, ot all tne lntfat and moat Improved patterns; Onera uinrsFB,) rnna, i aoie ana 1'ocKi t cutlery, nesioes a preat variety ol f thor goods. All to he dlnpot"d ot on a new plan oi sale at a price a omanlng to evervbody Inciuoed In this lr.t may ho lound a (treat varletv of aitlc ea inch aa ptallonery F.nvelopna Ink, I'ena, felles. Flna Hair Aeta. Ladlea' Bnlt Bnnklca. Tomb Bniahea, Pocket Booka. roinha. Fancv tloods and Per- lumdry, i solates ot Paner Collars, Neck 'i lea, Kninav Inira, etc. etc fhca goods oan he pnrchaaed at 2 cents per arucia. accorninp to tne tol.owlug terina : First. Onr natrona are rAnnlrrd to aolent from the 2A cent list audi an artlole or articles na thevnay d. slrn. lor which they lve the prloe (twenty-tlve cen'a or article), which lu mnnv Inatanoea is lower than that of the wholesale dealers. Second. Immediately alter con -cludtnu thla purchase, a registered certlllcate or order in iH) RiTen, tree ei rnarge. nnmint an anio e in tne i Hat, that can be had noon the d avment of one dollar. The article so neclllml win tlieii be shown, and the correct Information aa to Its nae and imalltr will he given, i niro. it la then left optional whether the holder of the certificate pavs the do lar and takea the article or not jxoininn is pam lor until you know whnt yoa get. special atunt Ion Is called to the tact that In no case can tho allnhteat deviation from our established terms ana rules he made. A HkM adherence to onr Imtariial system of conduoting thli novel sale la necessary, that an may snaie cqua ly tne advnniaget reaniting from our liberal method ol doing business. By this method no money can be 'ost. no money Is hazarded. For you do not pay, neither are you under anv obi Igatlona to pay, lor any article, nntll you know what you ate to receive. tverv Daily receives more than their money's worth and. aa a matter of courae. everybody will be dollghtod nllb Ibis novel fa e. A visit Horn 110,01)0 ladlei and gentlemen Is expertd be'ore we close out our Immense stock. Cat anil see for J ourselves. 'I he ladles will find a great varletv of voods particularly annoted to their nse and will not tall to call early. This salo is really th latest novelty. Jo. K02 ( hesnnt street Hnle to continue day and evoning until all the goods are disposed of. A. J. HOYT, Successor to J. M. Blood A Co., No. C02 CHESNUT STREET, Philadelphia, Pa. KOTICE. Fine French Plate Show Cases, Sates Desks, Coontcis, Casings, etc. for sale. 2 24 smwslt JN10N MUTUAL. INSURANCE COMPANY OF rHILADELVHIA. . OFFICE, IT. E. Comer Third and Walnut Streets, EXCHANGE BUILDING. ASSETS $S70,000 FIRE, MARINE, AND INLAND RISKS, AT LOWEST RATES. DIRECTORS, RicnARD Ssrmr, K. lSTOUET, A. K BoRire. I'KANCtB Tetk, Jons H. Ibwin, NkWBKBRY A. tSMlTH, Wiii.iAM C. Kent, Hkkry I,ewis, ilit,, J. 1. STE1MEB, 1DWARD L. CLABK, G Honors Lewis, Ellis Vabnall, 11. F. RoniNBOK, Samcrl C. Cook, Jamks R, Campbell, ii. W. Bbilnadou, Henrt Hamubl, ' AVlLLtAM H. UArRD, Charles VVheklek, S. l)r.LRERT, NORH18 S. CUMMISOS, fOLOMON TOWhHEMO, f. iavkrohb, John Mobs. RICHARD S. SMITH, Presidont. JOHN MOSS, Secretary. 2 24 2t OPENING. WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT. WOOD & CAItY WILL OPEN T1IUHSDAY, II AUCH 1, IltENCH BONNETS, FLOWERS, AND li 24 6t STRAW GOOES f I N E A VERY LARGE VARIETY. JAMES V7. QUEEN & CO.. 1 1 Vio, Kt CUESRVT 6TEEKT, MEDICAL JJEDICAL ELECTRIC IT l I t ! WONDERFUL SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY Dlt. S. W. liKCKWITH'S ELECT1UUAL INSTITUTE No. IQ'O WALNUT Stroet, Klceisx-liy aa all i.a Vnrloun rornu kliinlirol for ttxn Cure ot hrunlo tlsi-HsiR. Within the past fivo vears, tlunuanrt of patlonta have Ijhd treated at ihis ol!,co, sutl'oriu trom almost every form and condition of Uisonso common to humanity and In nearly B'l cases a bnnlit or perloot cine has fceon oflected. lu sv, deafness, b'lniinosa, 'rheumatism, dvsi epsia, cano 'r, and all the otd knotty dieeasos thai aro a physician's curs, as It proves hit iuahilii v to orixlioate. are bv our method inm. parativelv easy of cuie. Specimens of tumors of large flrowtli cx.racted bv means or tilectricity alone, without pain, withont tho use of thd knire, liuaturcs, or any other moans, may be seen at onr otllce bv thoso interested. We are w.llinjt to under take any ot the following di-ek,-, with every hope nuu piwii-ui ui auccosa, wnn ry many o.aors uot bere enumerated: 1. lhtecuc ot the Brain nnd N'rrmi 8)tm. Epilepsy, Chorea or St. Vims' Dunce, l oralysir inrmipjepift), ienrii?iii. Hysteria. orTousuos 1'alpitailon of the Heart, Lockiaw, cw. 2. Organ and 'Unite connected inith the Dtgei five bvittmHoTo lhroat. Dvsnoimia. Diarrlima liyseuiery, Olwtinnto Cousin alion. Uannoiriioldns orl'ilcs, Bilious. Flatulent, ainl l'amtor's Cotie, sud all afleciiona ot the Livor and Sploen. 8. Heiiratory Organ. (.'ulerrh, Coueh, Iolla enra, As'hnia (when not csnsod by ortfmiodiKpa.se oi ti.e nearti, xtroiichltis, l'ltunsy. l'.eurodyulu or lihcumntifm of tho Chest, Consumption In the oaxly stages. 4. J-tbrou and Mutcvtar System - Rheumatism. Gout, Lumbago, Stiff ISeck, ivinal Curvature, Hit i'lheunin, biilmt, lumors. 6. Urinary and Genital Organ. Gravel, DIabotos snd Kidney Complaints. Impotence and SenUnul Weakntss. Tho latter comilatnts never fail t vield rapidly to this treatment 6. JJtsease J'ecultar to Female. Uterus Cons- plaiui. involving a nial-po.-ition, aa t'rolnpsus, An Iroverslon, Retroversion, Jntliimmation, Cicoratioo, and various other aUecuonu of the Womb and Ova. rics. l'aililul. iSuDvrussed. .Scantv. or l'mlnsn Mun. Siruation, Leucoirlura. IU IjAI'ILS we can recommend this treatment as one of UNVARIED SliCX i;s. Amost inuume rahlc cases have come nnoer treatment at our office who can testily to this met Mrs. B ECK WITH has ei.tiro charge of the I-ndies' Department KElEKENCEo. The difeaseu aud all interested aro referred to the following numod gentlemen, who uave ceen treated and w. tressed o.ir treatment o others at No. IffiO WALNU r Htreet:- A. J rieasontou, Bnadier-tioiicral, No. 910 Si ruce street; a. l'leasonton, Brigadier enoral. rtk Louis, Missouri; Jacob A'anuerilt, Odessa, Dela ware; R A. rumple, thread manuiuctiiror, Si on lit Holly, New Jersey ; V. B. Smith, Iron lounder, No lul llanovr street, 1'iulaile'phia; Ceorce Douglass Local Kxprosa comrmnv, I hila delphia: J. W. llradlcv, publisher. No. 66 N. Fourth streut; Kobort Work No 61 N Third street; Colonel f . N. veene, assessor, beoond Uistriot of riiila ftflphio, vvnlnut and Eighth stroots; Georzo O. Evans, No 418 Arch streer. below Fiflh; William l'elouse, typo lounder, lli'rd and t'bosn.it stroots; Ed. McLanc, mannlacluroi' oi cotton goods, with very many othors. l'hysio ans or students desiring to have Instruction in the coircct application i Electricity lor tho cure of disease can apply at tin n,co. Consultation free. Desci i tive circulars of euro rflccted, wiih numerous ic.ornnces, oan be bud ny application at the Office. All letters addressed to DR. S. W. 13KOKWITII, 2 lsmw No. 1220 WALNUT Stroet, Fhila. SEGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. a 'EN FACTS FOR THE I'KOPLE. 1ST DEAN a wavs has his store ml' oi customers Why? Be cause he keeps the best stock ot segars ami tobacco in tbn I nited State, and seils at leust trom 25 to .'ill uer cent, b se that Ton con buy elsewhere. Uo to DEAN'ri. OHtSMlTMreei. 2d. Why ia It that the cl'y tobacconists are down on Penn? Because he sella a bet cr qnallty oi tobacco and segars at a nmch les prlcn than they can sell. Goto Dean's, No. 413 Chesnut street. 3d. '1 lie reason h.v he can mil so chespls because his retail sales nre over SOU per dy, and his whoiesalo trade Is over 'JOtltl rnr day. iie din ullord to sell at 'rom 2 to 6 per cent, profit while otiieri canimt live unless tbtinfroin2 to 100 por cent. Uo to Dean's, No. 413 Lbeoijut street. 4th. Dean sells prime imro' ted Havana segars for six rents each. Genuine Vara lot tea cents, anil makes a liberal discount to those buying bf the box. Go to Dean's, No, 413 Chesnut street 6th. Dean sells the best navy, of six different klnrts. for 80. 8ft and DO cents per pound. Dry navv 40 cents per pound, with a discount to those buying Ave pounds or upwards. Go to Dean's, No. 413 Chesnut stroet. 6th. Dean sella all kinds of smoking tobacco from 3d cents per pound to si-60 per pound, and a dtauouut ou 6 pounds or upwards. Try It, you wil I like It Go to Dean's, No. 413 Chesnut street. 7th. Dean's Store Is S: 413 ''hesnnt streoj. If von Inquire of seine tobacconists they wl I teb you they don't know him and don't acknowledge him to be In the business. Whv don't the' know lilm P Became he sella so cheap, he Is killing the business. Go to Dean a. No 413 Che.ni'ii s reet. 8th. Some tobacconists' lea misv makes them mean. bni Dean can afloid to te 'loernl ; his trade bialwson the inciease. ihat'a what roulies the Spanish Jews and red noses. When yon wiih prime tobacco or solars at a fair price, go to Dean's, No. 4)3 Chesnut si rent. 9th. Dean's Tarn Heaara are the only genu'Be Yara tn this city, all others are ot inferior quality. Douu se cured the whole crop ofYa-i this year an! tnr next year. If you want genuine Yara Segars, go to Deau's, lio. 413 Chesnut strent. 10th The largest a-sortm nt of segars tn nnv one p'ore In the United fctutes Jou will tlnd at DtAh'S, No. 413 CHEHNltT Ktieet. N. B. For cigarettes, apply totho Governmnt. KutT ced 2 21 lmrp FOR SALE. FOR SALE A BAItl JAIN. THE OWNER, desiring to removo Wet offers fori sale a lnre, established wholesale and lletnll Business, c --nslstlng f COALOIL LAM1S. (;LArs-V.ARE. and OIL the s ton Is tn a good almatlon nnd doing a large bufinuss now. '.'.- wuole. luulmling Fixtures. Uoo.i-w II. eto., will bit sold on re.aonablo terms. Possession given Immediately, or as soon a stock can be ci.nnieil a tor sale Any person wislilmt to t.uv or o Into business ill do well to give their lr mediate attemlon Also. good new spring coverci' uugon horjo and har ness, ail complete and in good onlttr; can beieenatauy time. Address, n real and lull n.uun, Post Offlce, Box No. 2fll 4 24bun FOR 8AL-IKSi;i.Til7B OWPLTJNO. I A No 217 N. Sixth street o poslte Franklin Square. Apply to P. M 4-KlKs, 2 26C1 No. 113 8. TKN II Ht.. below niesuu'. AUCTIOH HALES. SCOTT. JR., ALT' :uXEEIt, No. CUKbNUT Baeek l'i2il BALE OF OIL PAIKTIN' NI KSGBAVIN'O X. On tVfdnesilav and 1 I i lay Kvenliius. Fehruar 28nd March 1. nt 7 o'clock, at Kcott's Art GallerT, No. I02U Chesnut sir will lie sold a col'eo tli B of Fine Oil Pulnilnp. ribra"lng man? u'je:ts. from the penclla tt the old iol oioitarn innstors; Hue proof KiigravliigD. Chi -mo Lltu ' .'hid' s, o need Prints, e-c. framed aud CUIratned. Aisu slot of Pbotograuh Frami s. etc 2 24 6t 1 FITZPATlilt'K A t:t. AUCTIONEItS. New Auction House tlKNCT Hfeet RTEItR'H CITY BAZAAR AN'!) TAT. VTKltsAI.I.H,FILBKUT Street, between Seventh uau i.ifinu Bin'eiH W. II. BTEBK. Auc'Ioueor, Will sell On Tursdav Monilng, February 27th at 10 o'clock u-ioiit thikty-'ivk houses. Comprising Tmtlug, Farm, and Family llorsea, an'ort which will be louod : Buy Horse 8 yearn old. soul d nnd kind. I' rown Horse, 7 yeais old sound and kind. I'.hv Mare ft yearn old. sound and kind. Sorrel Horse, 7 years o d. sound and kind. ( my Horse 6 vears old, sound aud kind. 1'flr hay Horses 7 yearao d sound and kind. Superior Bay Pony, ft yeurs old. sound and klnl. ALSO A Dumber of other Horaea and M nlea Also ni-w and st-cuiid-baiul Carriages, Light Wag n, Pu kles Hielgba, cto. eto., Willi which ths sale will com nxnee Teuether with Rmeln and Double Harness Fad.lles. Bridles, Whips, b heels, tie'lt. eto., uiuJu by supunor UiHIiern. o postponement on account of e.itlior. llor-s i Lli ics, uud llan.ess always on hand at prl ale hale. fUinerlur stable aecouuuodatious for Horses entured for pulillo oi pilvats sale. .. , . . W.U. 8TBB,Aucilouwr. MEDICAL. ELECTRICAL r DISCOVERIES AND GLOlllOTJH RESITXXS. DR. H. J OAtLOWAT, Flectrtcal hyskin, fofw merly ths partner of PROrr.B80B C. II. BOLLEB, after an absence of year and a ball trom ths city, dorm which time be baa been engaged with FBOFE8SOB BOLLFR, his father-in-law, In bivcsttga.lug more rally the fnhltme subject of Electrlcrty as ttM GREAT CUBATIYR AGENT, bM resamed his snccessful pracUcs at Ho. 14J South EIOHTS Btreet, where he Is curing, with unparalleled success, the wont forms ot acute and chronlo diseases. In our many scleatlfie experiments with the Kleetrlo. Galvanic, KJectro-Magnelle, and pure WsgneUo Car rents and their numerous modifications on the bodlcn of various animals for ths purpose of asw reitalnlng wttb minute accuracy - ths direct sad Indirect Influence of each on the organization, we tare demonstrated that Electricity la thovCal ole-mtnt-Mhat It can be directed to anv organ or part of the body, and even after the vital funotlons seem paralyxal, possesses the power of arousing the dormant energies, equalizing the circulation, and restoring the system to self-sustaining healthy condition. Hit mt latitfoctorp remit follow our treatment, Tn some Instances the disease of years' standing yields readily St the first touch of ths electric olemout, whila lu othus It inquires a more protracted treatment Orievtiy important ftaiurt of our treatment Is that no time Is lost In txTerimmUug with disease. By means ot au eltetrical test, an accurate dlngnosls la given at once, determining the locality and. character ot the disease, sad Indicating the treatment to be pursued. DK. P. rJHKDD, OF NEW YORK CITY, a sclentlilo gentleman of ability, is associated with Dr. Galloway In the practice. TO LADTF.a. Out treatment is emlnoutly successful In fcmnls disease. Mrs. 0. H. BOLLLt) gives her valu ab'e seivlces to all lady patients. Having cured during the last twelve years rtVR thousand females suffering with every form of diseaae peculiar to their sex, her ability to curs Is well established. Uor great experience rccoannenda her lo the suffering of her sex. REFERENCE We refer the diseased and others In terested In our new practice to the following will knowa gentlemen, who have b-cu treated succcMi'uby by us: George Omnt. No 610 ( hrsnut street. M Z Desllvir. No. 1736 besim: street tienerai l'lcasnn'on. No. OH Mprucestiect Jlajor General l'leasonton. It f. Armv lion 1 avid Wlluioi, Juil of Court of Claims, Wash Invton eltv. Hon. Judge Cnpron, New York city. Itev. Dr Waislinll of l'lttnnrg, Va. dwin Forresi, the great Tragedian, llev. Dr. 11a l,oi 1 111 adelplila. liev. Daniel Clark, I linols colonel Ihoinas . Bwicney, Assessor, Ko. 718 Wal nut aireet. George U. Earlo, Attorney at Law, Sixth and Chosnut strce ; a. mannel Rey, A ttornev-at-I.aw. Ko. 707 Sansoiu at Dr. George V . Freed. I.am tisier eliy, I'a. Dr. Wm. B. Itrown, Glrerd House. llev. fllr. Alallory. Norrlfltown, I'. Albert 11. Nlcoiuv. No. ftj Wli inm t. "ew Yorx city. C Cummlngs Muvvran' streot New York city. 11 C. Shnrt etT No. 37?i Mnrket street .lobn 1V1 . Bnlst No 1323 Hmnh ltrad street G. W. Mi reliant, Gcruiantowo, riillmlelpMit. STUDENTS can cnlcr at any time fors full course of Instruction In oar new mode of applying Electricity and Its dlferctit modifications in the cure of all diseases. The old students of PROF. BOLLE8 or myself who aro practising our old system In this city, are especially Invited to become instructed In our new diMtovrriet.to that they tray be enab'cd to trtat disease with much more succers. snd produce cures In one-half the tlrna than by our old system. COKHULTATION FUEK. An interesting circular mailed by addressing I)RS. GALLOWAY & S1IEDD, No. Ii2 South EIGIITn Street, a is lot: rniLADELrniA. REMOVAL. We villi remove to tho spacious build ing No. 1230 WALNUT Street about tho 2Cth of thla mcnth, cur prercr.t building being too small for our ex tensive practice. DKS. GALLOWAY & 8HEDD. IJYIDIS'S PATENT AROMA fiAiiKG AM) CONDENSING COFFEE BllOWNER, n FOR HOTELS, GT.0CERS, nOSPITALS, Jlllltary Barracks, snd all other establishment using quantities of Cofice By tills Machine the Coffee is SAVKATKD brown. Instead oftwlng BVU&KD brown, thereby saving from 40 to 90 per ceut moro A ROMA than when done in ths urual way. A PATENT TESTKIl is attached, which enables the operator to see whon the Coflee Is done Drown. CAN BE CHANGED IN A MOMENT INTO A Fit A NK LIN OR AlH-TICJIIT STOVE FOH HEATING PURPOSES. They work like a oharm, ALWAYS giving euura SATISFACTION. For particulars call or send for a circular, which con tains testimonials irom many of the Vnlted States Hospitals, Flrt-claiis Hotels, and Grocers, Now having them In use. Also, HYDE'S PATENT AROMA SAVING AND CONDENSING FAMILY COFFEE BROWNER, On the samo principle, being In the form of a 8TOVH COVER. Will snlt any BTOVE or RANCH. The Coflee is browned PEIIKECTI.Y UNI FORM In a FEW MINUTES' TIME. ONK POl!SU ItltOWKICl) In this Machine has about the SAME ST1IENGTII os two roasiod In tlie nisual wav. lll'.SIDES givitig Uio ColTco in AI.I. ITS PURITY and FRAGRANCE. Fcr sale by HARDWARE, IIOirbE-FUUNlSniNO, AND STOVE STORES GENERALLY. MANCFACTUKI2D SOLELY BY HYDE & TLGLE, . No. 15C5 Pennsylvania Avenue, 2 13 Imo I'll I LA DELPHI A EOUSSKL'b f'Aiai'INIO ACID .XD ARTIFI clul iiiueial gpriuu Waters, lu Glass Fountains or Svphons. 1 he subscriber Is now prepared to supply Physlnlans, .'Husuisis, Hotels, ai d private families with perieotlv pure I arbonic Acid Water, and the following Mineral hiding Wa Cra. prepared strietiv accor ling to the most recent analysis, and convenluiity put up In Glass Etrphona con'aiolng four elaases, aud reiauilugausxoess oi ( arbemu Acid Gas to the lust drop 1 I'lain or ( arbouio Acid Wat. I. Poila Water. htllr W ater. Vichy Wafer (Grande Oeii0). Viehv Wat-r fwltn Ltthla). Klsfingeii Wator iKakoczy). . Mi hia Water. i n expet lence of over twenty-tlve years In the prepa ra'ion ot Mineral Waeia. lonetiier with bis chiuileaj knowledge, enalla tlie utiscnlier to promlae to the public ibat noue but the purest article will oe sold by him. iHUK.SK ltOl'HHK.L,