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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 23, 18GG.
8
CITY I NTELLI QE NCE
For Additional City lnleUwnce tee Viird Page.
ss
Amruican Union Commission or Penn
sylvania and New Jrhhbv An Interesting moot
ma In lions ' or ttio above commission was bold in
the Calvary rresbytortan Church, Fifteenth and lo
cust street, iat evening. fbe pastor, Rev. Mr.
Calking, presided, and a liirossos were made bv the
Secretary, Mr. Joseph 1'arker, Kev. Jamus M.
trowoll, I). D ., aud Churles K. Lex. Eiq. I ne ob
jects of thli commission were ful y id forth by tue
tooretary, and it o aims to publio sympathy and
supnart enforoed by those who followed Inm. as
thia orfaniratlon becomo hotter known 10 our peo
ple, itmnst secure a I the aid ft requires I i It uoolo
work ol le'iovlnp the dc-titute ana eiiiiffbtinlnfr the
ignorant niaspe ol tho south.
rennai ivanm and Nov Jersey have stretched ont
tholr arms and cia'-pod thir handn, bo a to allow the
Hate 01 Georgia a pince to rent, lu its time ot need,
and while she feels the boatin beart ol Christian
charity on either ado, iho t"ars ot penitonco will
learn to Hot from the mltlnic coals ot uospol kind
ness heaped upon their hends.
A rnospKKorje CnuKCii. On Sunday
cnin the (Second Unformed Dutch Church, in
KcTor.th streot, above Jtrown. was tilled with an at
tentive anilionco. to listen to the eloquent remarks
of the pa-tor, K-r. T. Do Witt ralinaae, who had
Inst finished ha fourth your with tins congregation,
'revioua to commencing Lis discourso, Mr. Tal
mane niade a short statement In reference to iho
condition of the churrh in which it apt eared tlntt
(luting the past year there had been contributed by
the confreaation over ten thousand dollars for ro
limotis purposes. The income of the church at the
present time is eighteen buuuied and tweniv-Uvo dol
lars mote than it was at the same date last year, an'l
the additions to the membcrshiu have been qui o
large, about flttviijrlit new members hflviuj? neon
aiiued. At th present tirau ihero is in pro"ios a
1'eniicoKtai revival, lurgo numbers having air urlv
niKPified their belief in the Gospel, and ident ti:d
tlienisclvcs wita tho church, whiio scorosuro waiiiis?
to eiiiull themselves among- the re ip e ot iiod at, clio
mi. met ting of the Conslstorv, which will taken a'0
durnptlie prtscnt work i'hm congreKaliou wa
tyer n a moropros erous condition.
Bold Burglary. Last evening about
Kiiduifht, two ftroiesHionnl burglars were c-'i?lit in
the rear ol V r knowles' flour wuieliouso, in Mark t
sir. et, near i'bir eentu. b Oflicer ;Spence. ot the
Minth Ward po ice, and two citizons, who happened
to Lo in the vicinity. They had entered the store
with a skeleton ke.,byvtayol the font door, and
drii'ed the Ute proof so skiliully as to strike directly
upon the bo.t. which was sprung In this wav. Thov
removed a number of the books and a box contain
ing deeds and important paper, but obtained no
money, having been drawn away before forcing the
burglar proof whore the money was. .Mr. Stuart,
who realties next door, heard thorn, and gave the
alarm which resulted in their arrest. It IB to bo
hoped t)it we are, for the present, rid of two of the
numerous sooundrels with which our city is iniostcd.
Attempted Burglaries at German-
towh. On Thursday night last, tho residence of
Mr Lecuian,on Inuian Q.ioon lano, Falls of Scuuyl
kill, was entered bv a thiol, who got in at tho bacic
window. Jiot being able to get ins hamis ou anvtning
ol ony value, tho lullow procneiied t treat himself
to a light supper ol bread ami wine in iho dining
room ol tho house. Things about the premises were
vi rv much disordered bv the burg ar whilo ransack
ing lor articlesot value. Afier making a oomewhat
IrultlvRS search, the rascal eilectoj his escaoe.
Ou the tamo ni"ht thi rumiouco of Mr John Vost,
at the Falls oiochuylkil , wns enterod, but nothing
taken away, except the woukl-bo thiol' huusoll, who
escaped atler searching the promises
On tue Rampage. Thomas King3ley
was engaged in kicking up a row on general pnnoi
p'os, lul! U,B'', hi Tri.utv-roi.rth a. u CaUowhi I
Btrcets Among other inuocent amusements l'ho.'?."
tei-ted the sirungtn uf a pane ot glass by bringing his
fist in contact with it. Ho succeeded in "omoiisinnsr
the glass, hut tho luttor r. venired Itself oy cutting
Thomas' hand pretty severely, Olllcer VVoodliouse
in erfered with I homas' pranks, aud proceeded in
ouent oi him, when the lut'er gave an xhibniou of
his putnacioua talf n' by annulling the miuisior of
the law. 'I I e ollieer secured a cut head, and then
secured Kingsley, who was couimitted to prison by
Alderman Uutoiiinson
Not a Suicide. It turns out that the sup
posed case of Buicide at Queen ete.it wharf vest r
day morning, aud o. which mention is made in
another column ot The Telkoraph, was a laiao
alarm. It appears that the owner ot tho coat, etc.,
fouud on the wharf, got on a spree, and cannot tell
how his clothing came whore it was round. His
wife, nearmg of tho finding ot the clothes and miss
ing her husband, wout to the Second Ward Station
House, and while ldentilying tue article in walked
her husband, tho supposed Buicdo. An explanation
was had, and the parties worn borne rojoicuig.
A Dembnted Domestic. Anna, "McTCeo i3
aged about thirty-live year.i, and is n..nt...
Dhtd. Anna wan employed a - domosiic in tho
bouBe of aiainii- in (icrmautown, yu jJgter .un.
day la. t Anna Mt the house., ftftor securely locking
all the doors and windowa, and was uot seen until
yesterday, wriou sho v8 toaud leading a sort of
hermit ; ltt, in Ilaine' Quarry, noar Uurmantown,
- litre she had taken up her abode A portion of a
flph and tome other eatables were lound In the
quarry, on which Anna had been living. Altar an
examination she was commitud to prison lor Bale
keeping.
Stop Thief. John W. Thomas and a
couple of other Individuals went to the shoe store of
Sir. 8. Kingold, Mo. 1540 Market stieet, on Saturday
evening, and, while the party were engaged looking
st some shoes, Thomas seizod a pair ol boot-aud
made of) with them. A uve.y chose ensued, when
the Ineitive was overhauled at Nineteenth and Lo
eust streets bv Officer McCaity,who brought him to
a lull etop by the persuasive argument ot presenting
a revolver at bit head. During the ebftse Thomas
divested himself ot his coat, to increase hii rate of
speed. Alderman ignition conamiUed him to prison
j A detault Of 8100ft bail.
Swobn Itf. Joseph I. Gilbert (for nine
years past a reporter in the Pennsylvania Sen
ate, and for The Eventno Telegraph) and
Washington L. Poddrick were sworn in this
morning as phonographic reporter for the Dis
trict Courts Nos. 1 and 2, ot this State. These
appointments are made by the Justices under an
act rjasftea rv me Lieeisiaiure at u iam aeseion.
Phonographic reports of proceedings will soon
be found necessary and convenient in all of our
courts ot law.
A Correction; A local item in Satur
day's Tklkoraph. referring to the changes now
oing on id the Girard row, Chesnut street, above
Eleventh, contained an error which crept in through
inadvertence. The store Ko. 1121 will be opened
by Mr. J. H. Ilurosail, and not by Mr. Mitchell, as
stated Mr. Ilurdsall has been for lung time con
nected with Mr. Mitchell's establishment, and out of
this tact the mistake arose it will, wheu completed,
be one oi the finest confectioneries in the country,
ana an aoanionoi aitracuoB to our cuy.
Dkovtkkd Man Found this Morning.
This morning the body of a drowned man was
found in the Delaware river, at Viue street wharf.
lie was apparently about thirty-flv years or age,
five feet eight inches in height. Had on an ainy
blouse and pants, white thin and red undershirt,
wnite drawers anu low suoes. uis hair is dark
brown, and out short. From aopearances, the body
has been in the water about two months. A white
ioBsutn hat was found in one of the coat pockets.
A Thief Tracked and Arrested. A
ehoit time since, a tellow named Henry Ueiinan of
Baltimore, robbed Vandyke's Hotel, at Jenicintown,
of tho Bm ot 100, with which booty be ctme to
I'biladelphia on 6. turd ay last, ana procedoa to a
clothing store to purchase a suit of clothes. He
was tracked and arrested on (iermaniown road, and
taken before Alderman Shoemaker, who committed
linn to prison.
Catgut .Under thk Counter.-A colored
Individual named Ceorue klooro was arresrod last
night at Foulkred's shoe store, Fouith and iiirard
avenue, on suspicion of larceny. (Tcorge was found
secreted under the counter, aud waa conveyed lrom
thence to the presenoe of Alderman Shoemaker,
woo committed .mm to p.ison.
Boy Hun Over. About five o'clock last
evening, a boy named f rank Morzur wu run over
at l wency-nrst ano jnaraei siieots, by a carnage,
and iniured about the bead : it is thought, however.
not seriously. The parties driving the carriage were
arrested lor a neaiiug into tne eirounutanoas of
the case.
Attempted Asbault and Battery.
A man named Charles Baseman made an attemot to
cut another man at Twenty-fourth and Coates street
last evenii g, when be was taken into custody, and
commuiea Dy Aiueruian uuicuinson.
Boot Storb Entk bed. Last night tho
shoe store oi John Athhurst. Oermantown. was en.
tered, bat nothing ot value taken away cxoi pt a
pan oi vooia,
Sale of Fine Statuary, VAREfi,Bnnrc-
MIAH Glapn, I'LATKl) Ware, Kto. MesrB. Itirch
& iov will sell to-morrow morning, at their auction
room, No. lllOChesnut street, some vorv line parlor
and garden marbie staniarv t also, an assortnumt of
elerant vro-es, statuettes, Bohemian glasswaro and
pluted ware
Mt Kkw Yacht.
Phe's painted fresh, with colors bright,
Uer rigging all is trim and tight,
Her speed won't tail hor
In any strefs of wind or tido,
And, on her dock, I fuel the pride
01 a true sailor.
A unrt of summT's rig I wear,
But neat, and ol a Jaunty air,
1 o win each fazing bamy's smlio,
For all the girls l.ke Bennett's style.
We have
All-wool Fancy Caasimero Coats, as low as. , . .So 00
" " " Pants " .... 4 00
" " Vests " ... '2 60
Making an ctitlre all-wool fancy stilt for f 11 fV)
All-wool black ack t,'oaH as low as $11 00
" " Caxsimnre Pants " 6 0)
" " i:ioih Ve ts " 4 0j
Making an entire all wool black snit lor 20 00
All-wool good stvle Fancy iafttmere Suits, to
match, tor SI 4 60.
Astonishing as those prices may seem, compared
with thove to which we liave been acoustomod tor
several years, they are not ftctuiouswe huve th
fiH-ris in quantiliel, at the prices menti-nfett. We
make uo no trash thov are all seiviceable good.
Advancing lrom these ratos wo have g ods ot all
grades, uo to the very finest tabrio, comprising 6
far Iho largest and most complete asortment of
Clothn g in l'hiladelpliia ;men's, youths', and bovs'),
surrat(d by none, and equalled by lew, in stylo,
make, aud fit, at prices guaranteed lo vor thau the
lowest e.eewhero, or the money refunded.
To CLorniKus Our purchases for thl season
Laving teen delayed, waiting the expocted deoline
in goods, wo have now on band tho largest and bost
atfortcd stock ot ClolMug in Philadelphia, pur
ciuwd lor cash txclutiv- ly, at the very lowctf rattt
cfthe Beaton, which eiittb'es us to realize a fair proni
ai d si li at prices le. s thau the co-t of same goods In
most other establishments We can supply olothiors
doing a fine city trade, with goods adaptod to their
sbIcb, at rriccK so much lower than the oost of thoir
present stocks, that, by making an average ot tho
whole, they will be enabled to disposo of thoir goods
at pi ices covering the average cost, and even pajiug
a rroUt, Bknnktt & Co.,
Towkr Hall,
Ha. 618 Markkt Street.
CoNRTiTunoHAL CoitsnMPTioM. From trust
worthy data it has boon estimated that at least one
fourth of all who are bom in the United Status have
'at birth lungs in a tuberculous condition, and in
consequence aro predisposed to Pulmonary Com
plaints; yet it is equally well established that this
prcdippofitlon need not end in Consumption,
Astbma, or any other Lung Disease if duo caro
and watchfulness bo observed, and all exciting
causes are promptly treated as they arise. It is in
just such cases V. Jaync's Expectorant exorcisos
the most boncllcial oflecU, and has produced the
largest proportion of its cures. Besides promptly
removing Toughs and Colds, which, whoa left to
themselves, are the. most common cause of tuber
culous development, this standard remedy allays
any inflammation which may exist, and, by promo
ting easy expectoration, cleanses tho lungs of tho
substances which clog them up, and which rapidly
destroy when suffered to remain. Prepared only
at So. 242 Chosnut street.
I
A Clergyman (Rev. J. McMurray), writing from
Haliiax, N. 8 says: "Having suffered sovoral yoars
wih throat affection, to which olorgymon are espe
cially subject, and having used various remedies, I
have plearure in giving my t3stlmony as to the re
lief I have bad in the discharge of my Sabbath la
bow from tho Use 6i JirowA'e Jfrouchial Troches.
TLey have been a creat comfort. Oihersto whom I
have recommended thorn have used thorn with ad
vantage." For Coughs and Colds the Troches are
equally efficacious.
JonN Locke once encountered a blind man who
took his idea ot scarlet from tho sound of a trumpet.
On that philosophy, why may not a deaf man be re
minded, on seeing a hoop skirt hanging out at the
door, of the i eal of a belle r And while on the sub
ject ol dres and undress, we must refer to the hand
some assortment oi epnng looming ai uanes
Stokes & Co.'s under the Con'inenta, tor both dress
and undress occasions. The Clothing offered at this
house has no equal in this oity.
New Drebs-makino Establishment. At the
urpent solicitation of numerous valued patrons, we
have opened a department for Ladies' Dross-making,
with suitable recep'ion rooms lor tno tltiin, eto.,
where we aie now prepared to execute all orders in
the best and latest European stylo, with the utmost
promptness.
muies neea tear no disappointment in rear a 10
thoir orders being delivered punctually at the time
promised. j. w. .troctor ec uo.,
no. tuu vuuenm oireoi.
Vimow Shades at Ore Dollar
1 he country people come,
The city peop e come,
Ilie Western people come,
The Southern people come.
Cheapest Shade lor all at
A ATTarl B,
No. 1408 Chesfcut street.
PEitRY Davis' Pain Killkb. This old and well-
known remedy, whloh has acquired a world-wide
renown tor the cure of suddou oolda, coughs, etc.,
weak stomach, general debility, nursing sore moutn,
cankered mouth or throat, liver complaint, dvspitp
aia, or Indigestion, cramp, or pain in the stomach,
bowel complaint, painter's collo, Asiano cnoiera,
diarrhoea and dyseutary, haB lost none of its good
name by repeated trials; but continues to occupy a
piominent position in every family mediclue ehoat.
Upholstery. Large jobs of Upho'stery done
with a quickness truly astonishing. An aeuiy, no
disappointment, huflicient hands put on a Job to
linim it wuen promised, t uarae- uioumnw
No. 140J Chosuut street
fFRio Fashions for Children M. Shoe
maker k Co., Nos. 4 and 6 N, Eighth street, are now
open in ii a splendid aiuortinent ol Cuildbkn'b
Clotbinq, in the latest Paris styles, vnsurpassod
for olteance of workmanship and material. The
public is inviied to call and examine.
If you wish to be beautiful use Hogan't Magno
lia Balm, its continued ute remove tao. frco.les,
pimples and routrhness lrom the lace and hands, and
leaver tho comp.exion smooth, transparent, bloom-
Iub, lovely. Any drufglst win oraer it ior you, u
not on hand, at 60 cents pur bottle.
8omethiko New Hyde's Patent Aroma Sav ng;
Coffee Browner with Patent Teitar. Suiuany atove
or ranee, beiect your colloe and brown it yoursen,
and yoa wi'l have it in ell its purity and trugiance.
For sale at hardware and house-iurmshinjf stores
generally. Try one, and irote rood collee.
Nottingham Cortainu, one dollar.
iteal Lace Cunaius, two dollars.
V inflow bnaden, one oo lar.
Another Auction lot of Curtains, at one dollar.
No. 1408 Cheanut street.
Lace Curtains. Now 1. the time to purchase.
linams were never sold oheaner. Verv heavily
worked Lace Curtains at from m to twenty dollars,
at W.HtMlT I'attkh'8 Curtain Htore,
mo. llij Chesnut street.
A Hiduoid Trickb Superior stvle Photo
graphs, every varidty, executed with rare ability, at
B. l. lieimer'B uanory, o- &xou street, now
is the hiue, Uou't iorget the place.
Wimdow Bhadkb, one dollar. More of them at
Pattkm'b, jj0- 1W8 Chesnut street.
Compound Interest Notes, 7 810 and 5-2t)s
wanted. De llaven k Brother, No. 40 . Tnlxd
street.
ri-20 Corroir. Dnt Mat 1t,
VVantkd bt Drkx fl k Co.,
. NO. ? SOUTH I ltlKD Streft.
W. k B , Good t lo'hlng, Oak Hall, Sixth and Market.
W. It B , Good Clothing, Oak Hall, Sixth and Marke'..
W. A B.,duod Clothing, Oak Hall, Sixth and Marr.et,
W. fc B., Good Clothing, Oak Hall, Sixth and M j-kot.
W. fc B tiood Clothing, Oak Hal' .Sixth and f.arket.
W. k B., fcood Clothm g. Oak Hall, Sixth anr1, Mmrket.
MAltHIEU.
LANCE CAMPBELL. On the lftth instant, by
tbeKev. W. o Hall. Mr. OKOKK LAN. E, or this
city, to Miss Lit t)l A E. CAUPUELL, of Camden,
N.J.
KOltBERG-BIRNBAUM. On Weducsday, the
ISth iiintam, at Ht. Mark's Lutheran Cbuich, by ihu
Key. Dr. Krolel. CARL A NOKBEKU, of Por.
f mud, Norway, to EMMA S, daughter el tne late
Charles Birnbaum, ol t'hl'artolphia.
RBROWN.-At his residence, Chesnnt Hill, on tho
morning ot the 22d instant, (VILLI AM H. BttO WU,
In the 67th year oi h s age.
XI e lunoral will take olaco from his late resldonce,
on Third day, the 24th mm ant, ar 8 o'clock P. M
Interment at Friend's Burying Ground, Oerman
town. 55
CORNELL. On the ?2d irstnnt, JAMES G.,on
of Clinrlcs V. atd Juliana E. Cornell, aged 2 years
ai d 10 months.
The relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to
attend the funeral, from his parents' res donee, No.
788 coates street, on Weunusday, the !5th instant, at
10 o'cock.
GOPDO.-On the 2d instant. ANNIE MAY,
only child of Joseph aud Alary Gordon, aged 6 years
and 4 months.
1 he relatives and friends of the family are '. e-Deoi-lully
invited to attend tho funoral. lrom the resi
dence of her parent', No. 437 N Four b stieet, on
Wednesday morninc, April 26, to moot at the house
at 8 o'clock and leave at 9 o'c ock, Funeral to pro
ceed to Floui town.
LAWSON. On the 21st instant, ELIZABETH
LAWON, In the 83d year ot her age.
I he relatives and friends ot the family are resnoot
fully inv.tcd to attend the luuoral, witho it further
notice, from her lute residence, Fifty-fourth street,
HcstonvMe, on Wednesday, the 25th instant; to meat
at the boube at 8 o'clock. Interment at B ockley
Baptist Church, llistonville
MASONIC NOTICE. THE OFFICERS
and members of INDUSTRY l.OD ,E, No. 131, A,
Y. M ., aro requested to moot at the Hail, in tjrj
NUT Street, on Tuosday afternoon ui 2 o'clock, to
attend the funeral of our lata Droller, HENKV W.
KIDuWAi.
Uy order of the W. M.
J! JAM I- 3 B. ALVORD. Socrotary.
EGINNEKS IN HOUSEKEEPING AND OLD
housekeepers are requested to examlne'.our assort
ment ot Hardware, Cutlery, and Hooking Utensils.
TKDMAN 8UAW,
No. P35(KliihtThtrty-flve) M AKKET wt . below Vlnth.
C1LVER-PLATF1) AND RTERL BLADE
Ivory handle lable Cutlery, Carvors. and Steels,
with a lair vaiie y of other styles, forsahe by
1 RUM AN A HHAW.
So B35 (Eight Thirty-five) MAKKET Bt.. below Ninth.
DUELING ltODS, CUHLINIJ TONGS, PINCII
J Ing Irons. Hair Crimpers. Nail Cuttors, Tweezers,
Nail Scissors, eic, for sale by
THTTMA t SHAW.
No. 8M (Eight Thirtv-flve) V AKK i' t.. be'ow Ninth.
JO K D A N ' 8 TONIC ALE.
JOHDAN'H TONIC ALK.
JOKDAN'S TOMO ALE.
JORDAN S TONIP AI.E.
It Is recommended by physicians ol this and other
place s as a -unerlor u nic, nd requites but a trial to
convince the most skeptical of its ureal melt. To be
had, nholcsRta and retail, ot r. I. JORDAN,
' No. 220 PEAK street.
ChampaRne Cider, by the dozen, bottled, or by the
barrel ' '
4,
xi.
Ay
W FOUBTH AND ARCH, ?
AUK NOW OFFERING, AT THE LOWEST.
EATFfi, A FINE S10CK 01
HP II I NO GOODS,
FOR CITY RETAIL SALES.
LAI IKS' SACK CLOTHS.
FASHIONABLE SILKS.
KBWEST DRESS GOODS.
NEW SPRING SHAWLS.
TOURIST DRESS GOODS. 1 4 12 tbsti5p
HEST BLACK SILKS.
RICHEST GRENADINES, ETO. ETC.
ESTABLISHED 1841.
WARBIRTOX & SON,
No. 1D04 CHESNUT St.
SILKS,
' h TBBONS,
AND MILLINERY GOODS,
"WHCLISALE AND RETAIL.
REAL LACES,
EMBROIDERIES,
WHITE GOODS,
HANDKERCHIEFS,
GLOVE8, ETC
(Sold trie Jianis of Prices.
4 6stuth lmg
A GOOD DISCOUNT IO THE TB ADE.
NOW OPEN,
PARIb MADE MANTILLAS.
RICII SILK.DASQUJNES.
IilCU SILK JACKETS.
UICII SILK CIRCLES.
DEMI-SEASON JACKETS.
DEMI-SF.ASON BASQ VINES.
DEMI-SEASON ROTONDES.
FINE LLAMA LACE 60CDS.
DENTELLE DE8 INDES.
BLACK LACE SUA WLS.
WHITE LACE SEA WLS.
J. W. PROCTOR & CO.,
827tuths2mrp No. 020 CHESNUT St.
-nEVEKUE STAMPS. REVENUE STAMPS
Of all deicrlptlons,
ni all dtscriptlous,
Always on hand,
A l-ar aval n hiiml
AT FI OBFNCK 8EWTKO MACRI14B CO.'M OKFCt
AX FLOiUiKCK StWINO MACHINE CO. B OiTICi?
NO.M'i i HtuT Street.
No. U0 CHKBNVr Ht.eet,
One door below Heventh street.
One door below Heveuth itrwU
The most liberal illncount allowed,
lb most liberal discount allowed.
EELTV, CAKRINGTOii
AND COMPANY,
No. 723 CHESNUT Street,
MANUFACTURERS
WINDOW SHADES.
S r It I N Gr STYLES
NOW READY,
IN GBEAT VARIETY.
HOWELL & BOURKE,
jtiANurACTununs
OF
PAPER HANGINGS
AND
WINDOW SHADES,
N. E C 0 E N ER
01
WmW AKD MARKET STREET
rniLADELPUIA.
K I ) I C X L V. L E G T R I C I T Y
i'ci.crf:fl rcfcntinc Dl3covcn
h. s. v. r,ECKvrni's
ELKCTK1CAL INSTITUTE,
No. 1220 WALNUT STREET,
For the Trnttut or Acnti adI Chrouifl
I)luvnns3.
Electrical lnvcstiKa'lon has proved that tho human'
body acts ..n the principle of the galvamo battory.
The brain, mucous and tcrotis oininbranos. the skin,
tlmucs, and fluids, constitute the negative and positive
forefs. Every ictlon, whether mental or phrslcal, Is
th reonit of these anlanonlnHo lorcea. Dlgostlon.
rcuplratlon, circulation, secretion, and ezcrotiou are
due solely to 1 lcotrlcal Inllurnce. I hero Is a polar
action estab Isbed tbrjiiKhont tho ncrroui s,vstnro which
coun:ct with every part of thu body. esUbllshlng and
preserving a pruer ba ance ot the electrical element,
which constitutes heslth.and a dMurbance of which
causes dhcase. There are strictly but t-o oonaltlons ot
olteftflc one of Inflammation, or posltlvti the other
weak, debilitated negative 1 and as Klectrlcliy conUlns
those two conditions In the action of the positive and
nefatlvo currents, all we have to do Is to neutralize
tie disease and restore proper healthy action.
We do not wish to convey the impression tb
cure all diseases in all conditions. We canrj0. , '
consumption after the lumis aro a I destroyed . ,
do asert. and are prepared to practically de. ' '
tl at hundreisoi ca.es of ol.no, evo.y f6rm o. chronic
dlkf.ses, pronounced insurable by th9 hlMt mcdl
r;iitloners of the coumry. .ve hMn ,,.K
Ctl.ru, somPOt t'.em h au. Incredibly short ti ne by
our Elccir'cal treatment. iu grout superiorly over
olher practice In the euro of dl-onso is asoutteitod In
li.e railtnst, wi hln the pnt ova vouta ovpt yoirnrnBN
n ot pand patients have been treated at thl ottlce
Bufleriun lrom a nioat eveiy form anil condition
of dUeaeecumuiou to buuiimtty, and In nearly all cases
a Deinllt or perisct cure hup been effected. Pa sy doaf-
rcss, blln(Inc8, rlioumatifiu dyspepsia, cancer, and
slltlieold kliotty dlsou9es that are a physician's curse, '
us It proves his Inability to cradicute. aro bv our selen
itic meihod comparatively easy of euro. SDeciioens of
tumors ol lorve (iro h extracted by moans of Elec
irlclty alono, witl out pain without the use of the
uniie. .ivaturts, or any o.her means, may be seen at
our ert.ee by tboxo iutcrcMed 1 berciore, with these
facts to prove our theory aud treatment ot disease.
we arc willing to unUerUko ant of the lollowlnir als-
eusis. with everv nope aud prospect of success, wlta
very many others not here euuiunr..ted:
1. LlSLAMiS OVTliB UlIAIN ANU .vKu. a.nu
l'l.C.g. V ill'lcu. or M Vi'.U' llM,...,.
(luiu . etla', heuraitna. liynirm. MervouAiiiuu . k'uii 1.
tm. on 01 Lit lloin i.ock-Jaw eic
t v 1K.A! AJ.D Hmsi 1 s cuMMKciRD with run rin.
tivb ,iM.-boio JLiiKit. lOapeiK-la, Itiarruui.
fii.uir.i, .u.umue (!ora ttiatt n li.i inairiioi.iuj V,.
Ill LlK'U Kidtnlti.t auii lalutei's Colic, aud ah
at-1 1 -1 it lis 01 flic Liver Miit: .-uiecu.
.'. Kt.fi KA'iui.Y uoans 1 auir h OoiiRh. 'nflaenza.
At.llun tvvUin not caused h ni,'iini.,ii..,u.... i.
lu uru. l.rt,uc!iitin, l ltu.lsy l'.euroi.yuia' of hhouma
Hfiii tl the 1 test CiiiiMiii.ptiou in thu uirlv a:aKes
4. i-mw.ru and .Mi scii.au y.-.teji. -KIiuu i utlsru.
t tt'.t. Luiiibnt;o sum : eck, -phui i urva ure dip
1 l.ia es. 1 hueors. iinnnrs.
fl. lI.ISAUY AM t hMlAL OlIC AkS. (itnvnl. Hiolvnlo.
and Kiuutv t tnip;uiiui-, ln,ioieute and M'tnlna Weak
in . 1 lie lu.tcr tump. uin s nucr ull toyicij rauid.y
10 this tieatnieu
0 lilhKAsHi FECCLIkU To Kim alb.-ITtorui fnm.
piuiuis. It.viilv rig 11 unit i.oMtlwi, as 1 rolapsun Antro
vcisiun. K( trcvciHlou, Itiflniriiioiinn Uicer.it inn ami
vuilcus other .i.to iou 01 ilie vuiuh ami Uvarms
'IO I.Aliir S we Ci.u rceoii.uiitu this .n atiiHuitas ons
pi LVlilH hfjLC'r.w.- A. most lunutneruble omet
lmvt 1 unic unci r trvaimcnt t our otrlte who cau tusnl'v
iu h. b iuci. iwrs. 1.1 c;v. 1 1 11 nas oimrc chuive o: the
1.1 it.es' l.epiuiu.oi.t, 1 ud al oeucuoy wil. be used
touiils th.se wl;0 entrust tii-.n reives to hor cure.
in ieii:niv oijiatts us nieuiloued in tho above list,
wuli ntLers not n.tntioued, mo bus hud a Inie ex.
Ilcnce, and can coulkii ut v prouiise iho most criiti y.
iut resu.ts.
lOllir. AFFtlCTKo-Thc treatment Is mild anil
fcni.f, prcr.tic nt no slu.ek or tnii tnsant senna hm
wia'ivtr. inir .. iisol.. mil .mti'icomse v.ih tin
H. actcu vll e'er be chaiactrrizud by perlectcnndor.nid
I. d.cty, nnil tLose iior! vumplnni'i ar incarihlo or
( 0 1 01 i.ouiti ol i.nn honitlon win he imnlciy told so,
ar.u 1:01 kccipttu lor Irea lui nt It mutters noi wnat
urn v Le v our it inpljint i r hovt ion you may liuve sui
lerrtl, nr bow much, tr what toursn 01 troutmnt rou
u a; i kve littii sul.jicicil 10. or wliat disiinioin:iii;iits
. run ay hi.v- txpirienced. It toe i.vsuni is not woro
out 11 Kill elm v .tMil y ivnia.us :or rcuttiou tliers Is
air prcsiifcct 01 lerovery
l.il l.K KM 1 h. he dlt-eafcd nnd all Interested are
rceiKC to ,hc 10 li vtii u-iiuuied t-ent. emeu, who hve
Iter lii Htcdkiul wliiK'KseU our tromm. a. ou othors. at
Id. ISlllHANM'i Stieit.
.1 . J. t ! is. nttn LiiinilC'-flencrai. Nc. 916 ornce
s r. it; W H. tn'iih, Iron icuuilir. N. I02-J Hanover
meit; i.fo .c lu.u ass . I.oo.,l .. p;rt s Cotnuury,
Kitu striet uLive tlionut; J. W Ifadley. puu.l-htr.
0. 10 N iourtn slicti; Jtol.en V.'ok. ho. fil N. ihlrd
strfii; 01l.il T. V. tiitucy ..i..sr H:nid Dis
trict Hi ilndi lj bm, Wulnui leet, h.iew Klghth ; ueor,te
t vans i Kvi.iis A- tliitsall) inilitarv uomls, i rh streei,
hftw M;thi A'r loturo. t' j,o louii'er, l'l.ird and
bff-r.ut Mre ts; Ed. nIcLnne, irtumlacturer cotton
gc.('.t-kl'o t.sclt.t . l'ln.koiitun Jlrhiadlr r Geue
rcl, h-. LOUls, Slo. s .liicoh YuiiderrHt. Odessa Dot 1 It A.
fiinple s. out cotton niauulaclurer, Siount Holly V. J.,
ni b very n any others
VhjBiiians or stuilents desirlnu to have Instruction In
tl.n correct application O' ice licitv lor the euro of dls
c BPfs can sup y at the or! ce.
(orsul atiou tree. DmcrlDtlve clrcn'an 01 cares
e f ecu d. vilt numerous rcfuicuces, can be had by an
pllt bt on at tl.e ultice.
All letters addressed (o
rtt. '-. iv BiccKjvr 11,
Jio. U0 W.L V Street,
4 1! Iliem2n)fp "hll ulclphia.
N I C K E II liOCK E II
ICE JOm X A sj Y
K. P. E IRSHOW, " - A. HUNT, ,
Wholesale and retail tcalcrs.
IMPORTERS OF EASTERN ICE.
OFFICES AND DEPOTS: ,
!titt. IIS and 120 Aoitb UltOAksi NlrHt:
Wll.I.OW STHEhT WHARF, LKLAWARK AVENUE.
Hav Ing secured a full supi ly of the bet nua'lty of
It E, aro prepared 10 lurnltu li throughout the entire
eesion, as utual pion:ptfy. at ti c It west market tatos. t
Holes, t enfee toners, and i hipping sut.pllcd with
large or final quantities.
I articular fttcnt'i n given to tte dellvorv of I OK to
Families, Stores. Otlices.etc.
I( L served dull- In Wen Fhiladelphla, Mantua, Rich
mond. Hoga, and 1 pars ol the city
V cur cider respr ctlu'.iy eollclitti. 4 H-'nwrplrn
J. WI T 4 L I A M fci ,
Mo. 16 Worth SIXTH Street.
MAM'i ACICUEl; OF
V EN KT I AN'., B L.I DS,
V 1NDO W S II A I h) S.
lbs lamest rod flust srsortuicnt In tho o'ty at th
lowest prices. 4 4 Krurp
81 OKi. SHAM'S MADE AXI) lETTEHltD.
J)ATi:iS IL" W J li K WORK
F0BEA1L1) 08, STOEK FRONTS,
' GUARDS. PAI-TITKSB, ETC
IKON EKPSTEAI)8. AS1J '1EK WOKK.
, . In variety, nianutse ured by
M. WALKKI! te SONS
JMemfp "o II North SIXTH Street.
LARGE N EW CO UN TR Y
FEODtCK ASD BUTTttl 8T0RF.
All kirn., of tic very best PKOPtTCK ASD PKO
TItON i thxver.v lowest enuntr.v prices.
Fresh J ou' d Utttier Knit Bu ter, eto. received dally
Pottlir.i-Vi-i, Llio'ce M-U. l-nio rles. Fruits, etc
ATo. B13 HACK Street,
4J0 6t i ear Eighth.
1 AKASf LS AT $1-25. H-W. $1-7.1, AND
Vi, Kllk un lawirillua, tl -40. 1''0'v
fjlhwfm JJo.81 8. 1 IOIiru btreit .

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