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[office open from to 45 A. M-, to 6.80 P. Private Boxes accessible until 1# P. M. feUNDAYH.—Open Iro o * to ® A. M.,and Rvate Boxes accessible from • to * P, M. MAILS CLOSE, fay Matt on Wilmington and Northern R. R-to Keating and oolnts on the Baltimore Oent'l R. R South of Chadd's Ford;..,. 6.00 A. M. trough Mall to Baltimore and Washington, and alt points Houtti,.... i fay Mall to Baltimore, Mo trough and Way at a: It to Philadelphia, Pv.,. .... 9.00, [trough Mall to N. Y. and otaer points North and East. enlnau.ar Way Mall on Dela ware R. R. to Crt'ifleld, Ml. 9.00 lay Matlou Delaware wo-tern ■K. R...... hrough Mall to J-i.l add| his andiSew York,and all |Oims East and West,. hruuth Mill to Biil.luiore and Washington and ail points >Oath and Southwest.. ' brough Mail o Phil; delpiua andeew fork, end all points East and West (astin. . 8 15, " . 8.16, • 9.C0 •i 10.00 12.15, P.M. 12 is, 5.15 Middletown, Smyrna, D-ver, C nylq", Townsend, Dei iware City, St Georgia, and Wyomtug, D-d .. Mill to Philnde pbia ew . 0.00 nrougn anu New York, and a i points North, Haul and west. bruuah Mall toBuliimore and Washing! n and ail polDts South and Southwest, .. 9.15 9 20 [AILS ARRIVE AND READY FOR DELIVERY. lay MaU from Wilmlug on and Northern R. K. lrom Readtug and points North,......,............. iw Vork Philadelphia, Balti ruore, Washington, and all parts of the country except Delawaro ad Eastern Shore coir ties in Md.. • Mall, North of Wy 6.45, A. M. 0.46, " ■'entusu ■ orahjg Delaware, E'hlladelpma aud ■ and all points North, East and 1 West.. 9 80, * ■ft ay Mai. from i h ladolnbla.Ta 9.30, * Dial iinore Way Mtii, Western ■ store, Md..10.15 ' B!all iinore, Washington aud all f ool its South and southwest,,.. 1,00, P. M lladelphla and New York aud | n I points Nor h, East and I West. IW ay Mali on [Way Mali from ijrisfiei'd, Mu ;Del. K. It.,. Eli hi more * Washingtons ! points South.. .:. 0 30, « New York, . 1 , 00 , • wuie Western 3.30, 6 . 00 , " all _6 i5 " 1'hJlaJelphia, New York, Mid pointsNorth, Easiond W est,...6,15, 11 The Letter Larne m will make their de liveries as lollows 6.30 aud .0.15 a. m.. and 11a and 4.30, p. in. Li cal Lett rslor Carriers' delivery should fc« deposited lu i'r;st Office U) minutes be iore too bout , t ellveiy. WM. M. PYLE, POSTMASTER. Fan lli« finlli Overtake a Lie, Investigation disclose, the lact that the lady reported in the Assoclaieu Press dis p-itahes,about Aug i0,h, t' have died Ip Chine go alter two weeks' use of some re puted remedy for corpulency, had not taken Allan's Anti-Fat- but had used a prepara! Ion j ut up by a tegular physician in Luzerne, Pa Allan's Act t Fat is msn ufHCU.i-eu lu Buffalo. N. Y., by tbs uuuer ►Lind. We have ulna iy sold over 100, KM) bottles of it. It has therefore been laknn by thousands, am! wo challenge pi.A.f t.at It has ever hat rued any body, unless the reduction of oh-so poisons fr- in 2 1 ir i,0pounds,leaving them healthy and strong. is considered a misfortune. Fur thermore, we hereby otter $5,- 99 reward foi evidence showing that It contains poison ous or Injurious ingredients. Wealsooffel t~>t IKK) if we cannot pro vet hat It has reduced number of persons as staled herein, and always without injuiy. )' is said a He wil) outtiavel the truth any lime, but we trust iliat th- se newspapers that liuva misled tiro public by saying that physicians at tributed the lady's dealli to the use ol Aiill-fat (which is only put up by us. lln term "Anil-Fat', being our trade mark), will correct the false lmpre-slon they have conveyed, by publishing this refutation BOTANIC MEDICINE CO., Buffalo, N. Yi Anil-Fat Chemically Examined. | Tbe analytical chemist. W. B. Drake, of Buflalu, N. Y , recently analyzed Allan's Anti-Fat, and gave the following : CERTIFICATE, i have subjected Allan 8 Anti-Fat to cnemical analjsis, examined the procesf of its manulacture and can truly s -y that the Ingredients of which it Is compos d are entirely vegetable, and cannot but act lav rably upon the system, and it Is well calculated to attain the obj ect of which It lstntedi-d. Sold by druggists. W. B. DRAKE, Chemist. FAT PEOPLE'S MISFORTUNES. Some ofthe savage tribes enter theii dwellings through a bole In Ihe roof and when a person becomes so fat that he can not get In, be la regarded as an outlaw. Had this system been adoDted In the United Stales, the "out-laws" could not have made a more active demand for Al lan's Anti-Fat lhan now exists. Hundreds who had lived In oonetaut fear of BUdden death have, by Its use, been reduced to a c< mfortable living weight. T he Antl-lfa! la purely vegetable and perfectly harm less. Sold by all druggists. ►•LAUGH AND UKOW FAT." Tbls ancent bit of advice Is well enough for * spare" people, but how shout those that arzalready loo fro? Whit la to becorni of them? Sit still, and I'll tell you. Afte' man mnn ihe celebrated anoalyltcaf chemist, J. C. Allan, has perfected and given to the world Anti-Fat,. Thus far In several hundred oas«s this great remedy has never tailed to reduce a corpulent person from three to six pounds ptr week. It is perfectly harm less and positively efficient. Sold by drug gists. expert-nents, extending through of patient investigation and toll ALWAYS SSLECT TBS BEST. I [O _4t] fit bbabt fob IMMEDIATE USE ^ ev "y phaottoal painter. g°^RINO CAPAOTTY & DURABILITY ■EXCEED ANY KNOWN PAINT. Buildings Min ted with our Prepared Paints, if not satisf'ao (||ry. wm beEepainted at our Expense. I$H,;k ENT & CO., Agents, Wilmington,; Dei. BOLD ATTEMPT TO ABDUCT A GIRL. The West Chester Village Record nay*: On last Thursday morning about 6 o'clock Anna Jane Robinson, a young girl aged about 15 years, living with Commissioner John Irey, in West Nantmeal township, was called by Mr. Irey, and she went down stairs to build a fire. Finding the door leading to the cellar open, shs went down to see what wag the matter, thinking that a door might be open. Just as she reached the first cellar she was seized by a man, who grabbed her by the throat, and look her into the adjoining cellar and out of the window. He then struck her with a hickory club and kicked her, BayiDg if a le made any noise lie would kill her. Hie then caught tier tighter around the throat and carried her tcross two fields, but when he was crossing the fence which leads into a corn field his foot slipped on a rail, causing him to loose hia hold on the girl, and rl.e got away from him and ran back towards ihe heme. The man followed her until she got within about 25 yards of the barn, and thinking that the doors were locked, she ran into the wagon house and siareted herself under some lumber, where she remained for some time- She was much frightened snd bruised, and her feet became very cold, not haviug shoes on. She describes the man as being a mulatto, of medium heighlh and build, with beard over his face, and it is thought he comes from Lancaster county. Mr. Irey said he heard a noise about 2 o'clock that morning and gut up anil went out, but could not hear any one about, but thinks no doubt that was about the time (he vtllian gained admittance to the Isouse. What motive he had in litis movement is a mystery to the neighborhood, as the gill was an orphan child and had been living in Mr. Irey's family since she wss quite young. 'WALKING CASES" OF FEVER. A New Orleans physician, in a private letter, writes that he follows the old treat ment in yellow fever, and has had over one hundred cases and only sixteen deaths. Two of the latter were "walking cases.'' The term is a technical one, understood in yellow fever districts. A "walking case" is a patient who refuses to go to bed and keeps his feet until he drops dead. Some times he refuses to admit he has yellow fever, sometimes he realizes that lie ha 8 the dread disease and diipairs of recovery from the slart. Sometimes the "walking case" manifests the most abject fear, and again he d'splays the courage and indif ference of a spy led out lo execution. The stalking death is not an uncommon feature of life in New Orleans duriug the preva lence ol an epidemic. Many who passed through the fearful ordeal of 1853, in which nearly eight thousand victims per ished, will remember the case of John , a Memphis printer. He was a man of splendid physique and handsome pres ence, but un unfortunate love affair had made him reckless. He developed a "walking case" of yellow fever, and for two days aud nights he roamed the Btreets and frequented the drinking houses of this city, in spite of all his friends could do, finally falling on the Btreet and dying be fore he could be conveyed to his lodgings He would wipe the black vomit from his lips, holding up the handkerchief, criti cally examing the horrible exudation, and remark with grim humor that his "coffee didn't agree with him that morning. Death is dreadiul at best, but no disease presents so great horrors as a "walking case" of yellow fever. Quality of MEDICINES AT WILLIAMS' The Most Reliable Proprietary Medicines, At Ninth and Market. Choice PERFUMERY, COLOGNES .,&c AT WILLIAMS' A fine assortment of 1IAIH, TOOTH and NAIL BRUSHES, At Ninth and Market. A choice Imported Key W, st Pride of Key West or Gruuley Cigar, at williams' Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS, Strong and Pure, at NlDth and Market. at williams. Fine, American and Imported Soaps, At. Ninth and Market. "Get the Best" WILLIAMS' SAPONA . CEOU.'-i DENTIFRICE, AT WILLIAMS' Choice Goods, Accuracy in dispensing, and Reasonable Prices. WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE, may3 tf The Best Corner Ninth and Market. MEDICAL. D a. FIT R'ffl VEGMALBE KHEU MATIC REMEDi'.—Is me perscrlp Una of one ol Philadelphia's eldest physi cians, and Is guaranteed lo cure rheuma tism, neuralgia, sciatica, pain. Backache fee. or money relunded, by Invigorating purifying the blood, and neu g poisonous deposits In the system By merit It has become a standard medl sine, Suffering and money saved by uselne It in time, Remember that Dr, Fltlet if the only physician in America devolliff 40 years to this one Hue oi praotloe. Cur. warranted, Advloegratls.45HoufhFoo-f street. the nerves, trallzln BEST business von ean engage in *5 to S29per day made by anj worker ot either stx, right It their ownlo alltles. Particulars and samples worth $. free. Improve your spare time for tin imsiuess.dAddrcssariMsoN A .Co, Portland Maine DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS &C. S.H. STAATS, NO. 406 MARKET STREET, HAS Just Received an Elegant Stock OF Fancy losiory FOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES Also, Opening a Large and Well Selected Stock OF LADIES, GENTLEMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S Merino Underwear. THE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES, Persons would do well to call and make a selection while the as sortment is complete. Black and Fancy Silks. We are now offering an elegant line of Nilkl % Black From 62% cts. to 82:25 T of the most durable colors and best shade) at 6214 cents and upwards GOOD, ALl WOOL BLACK CASHlMERE, at 60 cents and upwards. BLACK AND COLORED aLAPACAS, of the newest shades at very low prices. Bargains in HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac. KID GLOVE4, (every pah pair warranted) very cheap. Buyers may rely upon getting the besi goods at the lowest prices, at CAMPBELL'S. 210 MARKET ST. mar8My STEAMSHIP LINES. TH3D Stall! Steamship Co's Steamer STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, STATE OF VIRGINIA, STATE OF ALABAMA STATE OF LOUISIANA, STATE OF NEVADA, STATE OF INDIANA, STATE OF GEORGIA, Sail Woelsly, BETWEEN New York & Belfast, Glasaow & Liverpool. Tbe shortest, safest and most expeditious route to ail points in GREAT BR1AIR. IRELAND THE CONTINENT ; THROUGH TICKET* IB8USD AT LOW EST RATES. AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO •I GENERAL AGENTS, 72 Broadway, N ew York. GEO. O'BYRNE Sl CO., Agl's, SCO 8 PLEY STREET, Wllmln tor Bel. LOTTERIES. QYAL HAVANA LOTTERY, *810,000 drawn every 17 days. 9260,000 60,000 25.000 20.000 60,000 121,000 841,000 421 Prizes, amounting to (Spanish) *760.000 Information furnished free. Orders Oiled. Prizes cashed. Spanish Bank bills and Government s purchased. TAYLOR A CO., Bankers 11 Wall St. New York, ft 1 Prize of l Prize of 1 Prize of „ 2 Prizes of *10,000 10 Prizes ol *4,000 eaoh 124 Prizes ol *1.000 each i82 Prizes of *500 each Enterprise and Wiliam Penn Coal DELIVERED IN YOUR CELLAR. WOOD BY THE OORD OR CARGO. PONDER &TtO WINS END, FOOT OF FOURTH STREET, 49*0p town office, No, 8 Allmond's Building. maylO-tf EDUCATIONAL T rinity hill, BEVERLY, NEW Establlslied 1807. English and Frenolv Home School for Young Ladles. Varied advan tages of the highest order. Number oipu nlls limited. Fall term begins Sept. 19tb. For circular, address Miss. R. 0. Bunt Prim lpal. JERSEY. jjTT. JOBEl U'B ACADEMY, CHESTNUT HILL, PHILADELPHIA, Cinder the care oj the Slaters of Ot, Jo tpb The course of. rstructlon includes al n< oranohesof a use. ul and Christian eel m tlon. Annual pension for Board nd #200. For farther particulars, address, sepl-ly MOTHER MARY JOHN, Juillor acADi reopens September 2nd. lor the 37lh term. For Information, write or cal l lu business hours from 8 to 9 a. m or 4 to 5 p. m J^RANDYWINE SEMINARY. INSTITUTE BUILDUP. Opens MONDAY. SEPTEMBER », 1878 EIGHTH AND MARKET STS., W. S. MoNAIR, Pilnolpal. augl3-tf DUEL IKIUTVTIt. M 25,10, 60.75 aud l.O) per week for a thor ough education, at the MODEL INSTITUTE. A se'ect Primary, Middle and Senior school for both sexes,!.light on a new and original plan. The haudsomest school room lu I lie city. Office hours from 9 to i'2 a. m , 2 io 4 and 7 30 to 8.30 p. m. Vocal mu i. taught free. Books free. JaMFSB.ORA t.B, Principal. Office No. 2. bavlile Building, w KSI.EY .%13 FEMALE CO TEX I K, WiLMlVGTON, DELAWARE. M the opening of the fall term, MON DAY B qil. 9 h 1578, theic will he a NEW President, NEW furniture NEW lepairs throughout ihe building. NEW pianos, the modern conveuiein es N KWLY introduced to add to the com'ort of the young c.cites both in the public and prlvaie looms and all this at the OLD prices. Foroatob gues, address the Prezldent. REV. J. M. WILLIAMS, A. M, Jyio 8* RE-OPENING OF F. BECHER'S MUSIC SCHOOL, No* 921 MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON DEL., Terms; lln, per quarter, (8 months.) Advanced Scholars MBIT. 9th Beginners on Piano or Vlo 88,01 $10 lo 8.2 sept-l-lw PIANOS, ORGANS, &C. VICTORIOUS! TRIUMPHANT! AT THE Exposition Universelle PARIS. 1878. The "stiefl"' unrivalled Grand. Upright aud Square Pianos, the recipients of more than sixty Hist premiums and Gold aud Blivet Medals, Including the Medal of Mer it and Liulomaof Honor at the Centen nial Exposition In 1878, have achieved at the Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1878, over all American and many foreign com petitors, their GRAND FROWNING TRIUMPH. 1BI MEDAILLE D'ARGENT AND A DIP LOME D'HONNEUR. Together wllh a Special Fertllieate, of Merit to Jacob Ureas, - aperln u-int ent of tbe sttetr Factory, tor his extra ordinary skill displayed in every part ol their construction, the whole form ug a Grand Award, higher by far than that of any other American Kxhlblt. and deinouslrai iug beyou-i doubt the Im mense superiority of the Btieff Instru ments. The "Stltff" combines every quality ne cessary for perfection lu a Piano. Its rich, grand, it ellow and powenul tone has never bem exceftd by any olher Instrument. I-specially in ihs Ireble does the "Htleff" Piano show it» superiority ever all ethers, by the bell-like ciearntss, sweetness aud singing qmliiy of tone, which lend to It an inestimable charm. For quickness ot re sponse to the finger and evenness of touch throughout the euilre scale, faultless ac tion, unsurpassed durability and artistic finish, this Piano has Justly earuedaworld wide reputation. MECOND HAND PIANOS of al! makes censtaut'y In s ock, at from $76 to $300. Sole agent for tbe Southern States of the Puloubat, Pelton & Co„ and olher makes of ORGANS. Catalogues of Pianos or Organs sent on application. Address, AT a HE Centennial Exposition, PHILA.,1876. CHAS, M. STIEFF, 9 N. Liberty Street, B \LTIMORE, MD HAVE YOUR CLOTHING CLEANSED AND REPAIRED BY ALFRED LO ARSON, No. 2 E. 5th. bTREET (Lit-berman Building.) Custom Work done tatlsfactorily. Price aud good work guarauletd. Low auglO 8m, O can make money faster at work lo. u. tbau at anything else, capital not re quired; wo will start you; homemade by the Industrious men, women, boys and girls wanted per .lay to wjrk for us; Now is the time. Men tz outfit and terms free. Address True <S_ cr, Augusta, Maine, RAILROADS. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND IT BALTIMORE RAILROAD, sept, irSrd 1878. Trains will leave Wilmington as follows tor Philadelphia and Intermediate stations, T.06, 810. 900, 9 47, 10 00, a. m. 3,80 4.00,7 30,0 46 p.m. Philadelphia and New York, 3 09,8 44 am, 13 87, 12 40.546 pm. Baltimore and Intermediate stations, 8 89 am, Baltimore and Washington, 13 51,1L, 3 89, am. 1254,1269,6.09, pm. Trains for Delaware Division leave tor New Castle 6 20,915, am, 1 05, 6 80 p. m. Harrington and Intermediate stations s 15 ara.l05,6 30 pm, Delmar and Intermediate A m. 105, p, m. stations, 9 16, SUNDAY TRAINS. Philadelphia and intermediate stations, 8 10a m.5 00. 0 30 pm. Philadelphia and New York, 209,5 44 am. Baltimore and Washlngton, 12 61,116 a m. For fnrthei Inhumation passenger. are referred to the time tables posted at the de pot. Iun9-Iy H.F KENNEY. Snpt. NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD. One Dollar A Year. The circulation of this popular news paper has more than trebled during the year- It contains ail the leading news con tained in the Daii.Y Herald, and is ar ranged In handy department-. The FOREIGN NEWS embraces special dispatches lrom all quar ters of the globe. Under the head of AMERICAN NEWS are given the Telegrapkla liespytones of the week from all parts oi the Union. This feature alone makes THE WEEKLY HERALD the most valuable newspaper in the world aN It is the cheapest. Every week Is given a faithful report of POLITICAL NEWS, embracing complete and comprehensive despaiohes from Washington, Including full repor.s of the speeches of eminent politicians on the questions of the hour, THE FARM DEPARTMENT of the W ebkly Herald gives the latest as well as the n, ost practical suggestions and discoveries relating to the duties of the farmer, hints lor ralslog Cattle, Poultry Grains, TPees, Vegetables, die., ac., with suggestions for keeping buildings aud farming uutenslls in repair. This Is sup plemented by a well edited department, widely copied, under the head of THE HOME. giving recipes for practical dishes, hints for making clothing and for keeping up with the latest fashions at the lowest price Letters lrom our Paris and London con es pondents on the very latest fashions. The Home Department of tne Weekly Herald will save the housewife more than one hundred times the price of the paper, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. There Is a page devoted to all the latest S liases of the business markets, Corps, lerchandlze, Ac., ac. A valuable feature Is found in the specially reported prices and conditions uf THE PRODUCE MARKET. Sporting News at home and abroad, together with a story every week . a Sbr mon by some eminent divine, Literary, Musical, drama rio. Personal, and Sea no iKB, There Is lo paper In the world which contains somuch news matter every week as the Weekly Herald, which is free, for one Dollar- You a sent, can subscribe at auy time. THE NEW YORK HERALD In a weekly form ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Address of New York Herald, Brordway A Ann St., New York. 507 GREAT BARGAINS OFF At WILSON'S, 507 Market St., Dry Goods and Trimmings. CASHMERES, MOHAIRS AND AL PACOAS. PLAIN, STRIPED, PLAID AND FIG URED DRESS GOODS, 19 cents and upwards. CALICOES, 4)4. 5, 8, 7. AND UNBLEACHED MUSLIN, 5. 6, 7, 8. 10 and 12 cents, CLOTHS, COTTON A DE, PANT AND DRESS LINENS, WHITE AND FIGURED PIQUES, 6)4 cents and upwards. A FULL LINE OF THE BEST OF CORSETS, 25, 60, 65, 76, *1.00. 1.26 and 31.60. Also, MADAME FOY'S IMPROVED CORSETS. All Sizes. KID GLOVES, 25. 60. 65, 75, 91.00, *1.26 and 11.50. A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF HAMRURG EDGINGS, From 3 oents and upwards COLLARS, CUFFS and RUCHES, In Great Variety. PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS, As cheap as can he had in the City. SILK AND iiAuE TIES AND BOWS, in great Variety. HOISERY AND GLOVES, TOWELS, NAPKINS AND CRASH. TABLE LINEN, 25, 65. 60, 65. 76 and Sl.lK). A large assortment of DRESS TRIMMINGS and BUTTONS SHIRTS AND SHIRT FRONTS,, ABLE AN D FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, ail and examine and be convinced* JOHN T. WILSON. 507 MARKET BTREET. BLEACHED MAKE a of t 9 =± MEDICAL OZONE. Its Powers The world moves, so doe science. Wo nave long been aoenstomed to read tbi t the want of Ozone lu the atmosphere was the oause ol the plat ne, of cholera, smab pot* dlptberia, spotted fever, Indeed al; thuse diseases which have their oil*,; from a vitiated condition oi the air wo breatue How to equalize the dlstuibei. condition ol the air we breathe to a heal toy tone, or supply its health giving functions problem wnich occupied the best tuimU, ot tne medical profession in l aris, Vienii; , Berlin, Dublin and Edinburg, us well r* eur own schools for a generation or more. Professor Wm. A. Paine, A. M.. M.' D„ a highly educated and cultivated physiclm, hus labored assldlously lor thirty six vesrs to this cause of disease and its rem- dy. a . f As a result he has discovered that uls eases originate in germs, or In p.aln wonts, parasites- N ow If any persons are disposed to be sceptical on tbls point they he convinced, by the use. of a now microscope, that this Is an absolute and not a mere assertion- Tnis belpg so what could be more natural than the Doc tor's theory, viz: ''To cure tlio disease you must destroy the parasites causing it?" Dr. Paine, after years of study, has been able to take Uzolo, the great health-giving element of the air, and reduce tv. to a liquid form, it Is an absolute cure Joe U.Uarrh, be destroying the germs causing it. The same In regard to that learlul scourge, Diphtheria, and this disease Is so deadly, simply because the parasites causing It aie allowed, From the want oi proper treatment, to remain in the mem brane, when U they were destroy, d. naluio would in all oases do the rest. Their de struction Ozone will positively aooompilsu. It produces better results In consumption than any other known remedy, and If used before the total destruction ol tne lungs will produce a cure, The same of Cancer and other diseases. Ozone as a dis infectant has no equal for the body or elok room. * can soon erlul lact, It was first discovered by Scboehbelh In 1839. In 1800, Andrews and Tait obtained quantities of it from Oxygen means of pressure. It Is asserted by Lotw aud Odllng that Ozune cental us throe atoms of Oxygen, white the latte ihae two atoms, and that by compressing It to one third of its volume ozone is forttnd. Ozone has also been produced by passing a series of eleotrlo sparks through oxygen Gas ; by applying Permanganate ol Potas sa to Bulphurlc Acid; by bnrnlng Phos phorus In Ether; or by lorclng alrthrougn a solution of Blood, Ether. Permanganate of Potassa and Phosphorus. . »y snitll Oxygen represents l-5th oi the atmoo phere; Ozone, 1 1000th part. One thousand qaurts, or 48 oubic feet of air are oonsumed by a person every twenty-four hottra. Hchoebeln named the subs tan oe which he discovered Ozone, from the Greek won "Ozem,"signifying-to smell. He smipoaed that It wan Oxygen in an active aud highly elnotro-negative state. My observations do pot warrant tnese conclusions, as sub stances (such as Chlorate of Putassa, etc.,) that yield large quantities of Oxygen give but little Ozone, while others producing producing little or no Oxygen yield largo quantities#! Ozone. The must highly ozon ,zed organic bodies are Cedar-Wood, Pine leaves, Blood, eto., etc.; of the Mineral -Salts, Alum, Burpfiur, Chloride of coon, etc., may be mentioned as agents vlenliu. Ozone in abunnance. Ozone may be man ufactured from all ozonized bodies by chemical affinity, the evolution of organic matter, and the lapid disintegration ol all ozonized substanoes, either by means ol heat, electricity or other fot-ms) ot lorce, ozone Is the antiseptic principle i>! eveiy substanoe possessing the power animal an a vegetable structures irom de oay. The raraseivaidvs and purifying qual ities of liftW, PwlOcUo Aoid, Chloride ot Lime, Aid ixi'./ jt. , t'SO bJIoiv to the presence of ozone. Dr- Pay no 03i: ha iiuaouited dally i offices in tho ■£ riiiiuuy Hotel Ninth between WalnUiAtDd Spruce streets Phila delphia. to preserve at nts etree PEABODY HOTEL 5 * The large aud elegant Hotel has been re cently fitted in the most exquisite style ny tbe tbe oelebraled Praiesaor Paine. The Professor exercises a personal supervision over every aril ole oi food which com us Into the steward's department before ll ik given out to the cooks. M ilk ana other ar ticles ol diet are regihariylnSpeoied: hence notwithstanding tne large number olguesn not a single o tae of disease husocouneu, and the Invalid recovers with remarkable facility. The Prolessor has thus ftoiiverieU a first-class Hotel Into a sanctuary o< Health lusltad ol a pest-house ol disease, as Is fiequeutiy the oake'Wlth'Hfitels.' he has the mo-it experieuqeu Managers,- "> tentlve Walters and tciontifio ■o./oks. wm. cater lo thecomtcri, I.earth all if lwppimss of the guests, iuKlt'Wril rhe passions and morblu appetites, ilic enurges itro in keep ing with tne limes, being (2 pel day i. u a room and three meals Booms wilncui board, lrom w rente to 91. Weekly board, ironr #c to 812. Board without rooms, *8,50 porweek, Be* en .. a. tickets lor *2. > Open day anu .light-.oe oars rnnni^ past tne doort mi rey passengers to or licia anyjof the del *- -1 of the oiiv, i