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er ri - from B 13 A. M-,to«.SO P. Private Boxes accessible until 10 P. M. SUNDAY**.—Open *ro o 8 to 9 A. M,, and Private Boxes acce ssible from • to » f*. M. Office open M MAILS CLOSE. ■ffhfiSn?Sf Oi" fo", , 6 00 A. M. Through Mall to Baltimore and Washington, and ad points w'a^MaU to Baltim-re, K Ihrougb and Way Ma u to Philadelphia* ''affibr,! Mast;....,.... 9.00 Pcntusniar Wav Mali on Dei a wareK K. to CrL-fle d^MJ • ,00 Way Mall on Dclaw n WesLru Through Mai to * id adciyiita and .sew York, a d alt toluvs Bust ami West,..•;••• •■yv ,a -W > 1 Through Mi l to B.,1,injure aLd ttlid »U POllilH . 12 . 10 , S15, 1 8 .t 6 , ' .... 0 . 00 , aud dHJtr *d Washington hout-li and SoaiWwe-t..... Through Mall . o l'bll> de^paia aud-ww vorb.cnd all points Hast and West taslle. 5.'5 M.ddleiowu, Oiayton, New „ Smyrna, Diver, - Townsend, Delaware » fry, St , Georgf s, and Wyoming »•\ •0,00 . Turougb M ill to Pbilade Ph a aim New York, and an volets North. East and >* est. - —■ Through Mall 10 Bain more and Washing! n aud all points south and Southwest,.. »20 9.15 MAILS ARRrVE AND READY FOR DE IVERY. Way Ma'l from Wilmlng on and Northern R. ft. from Dead tug and points Niirih,......... SitW more, i pans .. 5.45, A. M. pom is iti,... ...••• •••'• •••••• York PbiUdeli bla, Bil.l VV'aslilngtou. and all _of the country except 'Delaware a- d Eastern whore coil lies in Md... i'enlnsu a- Mali, North of Wy om'ug Deuware,. - Philadelphia and ^ew ami all point a North, l£a*u an West... .. Wav Mail l'r.iiu l b ladeli-hla.l *0.30, " Jiul l nore Way M-ii, Wostern ts ore, .. Baltimore, Washington aud all DOl HS south aud fcouthweat.,.. 1.00, P. M B- iludelphlaand New York and \ " i points Nor h. East and ! West.. VV juttli ou Xj si. K. ,. VVay Mall from Irlsfleltl, Md., liel K.U..,5.00, 111 liimore & Washington and all [ points South, . .....616 6 'liilalelphla, New York, nd I points North, East snd West.... 6 . 5, I Tbe Letter Carrir irwill make Heir de liveries as lollows O.uu aud 0.'6 a, m kn! 1-15 and 4.30, p. m. I L cal Lett rsfoitaniers'd.llviry sltou |i-.'. poll ted iu pi st. oiflce 19 minutes t; ciivery. WM. M. PYLE, POSTMASTER. . 8.45, ' . 9 30, York, d 10.15 .l,oo, * wa.e Western 3.30, 0 ;*; tile hour TO CONSUMPTIVES. 'lire advertiser a retired ; Iiy-i an having irovidsuila ly dls: veied. while a Medical ill sloneiy Infouthtru Ana,a very slm )le vegetable remedy lor the speedy and lermanent cure for Ooi sumption, Asthma Sr inch'ts. Catarrh, ana all throat and ung affections, also a positive aid rad lea re • fir for Ne vous Complaints fre s it lua luty to uiakerit. anown to tils suflerieg re! lows Actuated by tiitr- m live, he wtll erfuily feed (u- eofeharg-) to ail who ... ire It, the receipt for preparing, and n i directions for ,-uccts fully usin • this Tov.denii&liy discovered remedy. Those /ho wish tu avai! them tires of ihe brne iis oi this discovery w thou' costs, can do o by return mall, by addressing, with tamp. IT CHABL'-'hP, MAKbHALL, No. 33 Niagara nr-tt, BUF*Vi.o,N. I. Can Ui© Tinlh Ovoriahe a 1^1*. liiVHsti^ttt-on disclose- tbe lact. tbat the idv reported in ibe Associaieo Press ais itcbes, about * ug 10 .b, t» have died in tii.-Hgo Miter two weens' use oi some re uted rtuiedv for c upulo icy, had dot ikeu Allan's Anti-Fat- but had used a reparation \ ut up by a regular physician i i u/erne, Pa Allan's Anti I'ai is man faen./cd in Buffalo, n. Y. t by the uuuer Ln d. We have already sold over lW. 50 bottles of it. li has tbeiefore been Rken by thousands, and we challenge no< float it has eve.- banned any body, In less the reduction of obi se persons fr m b tr t .0 pounds, leaving them healthy aD d g is consldeied a misfortune. Fur .armore, we hereby oiler $d,t 00 reward for 7 deuce showing thai it contains poison is or injurious iugredients. We also offer ,000 if we cannot pro vet hat it has reduced umber of persons as stated herein, and ways wlinoul itjuiy. J' is said a lie will Litttaval the truth any lime, but we trust tat th'so ntwspap js lhat have misled it-, pub ic by saying that \ hysicians at ib'iled the lady's death to the use of ntl-fat (which is only putsp by us. ine riu "Anti-Fat ' 4 being our trade mark), ill cor re .'1 the f*Ise impression they have mveyed, bv Miblishtng ihis relutaiion* BOTANIC MEDICINE CO., Buffalo, N. Y» i.n I Anti-Fat Chemically Examined. The analytical chemist, W. B. Dbake, of nffalo, N. Y, recently analyzed Allans Lcil-Pat, and e»v. the following: CERTIFICATE It have subject d Allans Anti-Fat to kiemlcal a' al sis examined the process ■ Its manufacture and can truly 8 <y that pe Ingredients oi which it Is compos d are purely vege able, -ud cannot bat act Iverably upon flic system, and It Is well hlculated to attain the obj net of which it | lilted* d. Ifeold by druggists 1 W. B. DRAKE, Chemist. "LAUGH AND GROW FAT." This ancent bit of advice is well enough >r 'spare" people, but how about those lat, are already loofu 7 Whit is to become Ubein? Pit still and I'll tell you. After y experl nents, ertending through ths of patient Investigat ion and toil e celebrated amalyiical chemist, J. Han, has perfected and given loth- world nil-Fat. Thus far in several hundred s-k this areat remedy lias never lailed iluoe a corpulent person Irom three r pounds per week. It Is perfec'iy harm si aud positively efficient. Bold by drup on Is. wars SELECT THE BEST, ^IBBWRTjUj^miEZXL^NBMAf i BAST FOR nmOSSXATB USE • endorsed by every PRACTICAL PAINTER. v^55 ! ,? r ?...9 AfSAC1TY & DURABILITY XCEED ANY KNOWN PAINT. Building. a-nted withourPreoared Paints, if not satUfoo* ;y- will bo Eapanitod at ou" Expense, D(JS.;KKNi a Cu., Agents Wilmington, lei HERALD NOTES. S. Banger has a sweet singer—a sweet sing er of Maine. Eternal vigilance is the price of ash barrels. Election is near at hand. The day is not far distant when Kearney will return to his truck for a living. Take two from two and what remains? why, it'B left in the jug which the toper drains. "We must stand in a solid line until a great victory is achieved in 1880. Gov. Hendricks. Boys in Alaska do not go barefooted a'ter the first of Nov. It is the custom of the country. "Gradfather's Clock" was written in 1876 bv Henry c. Work, who made $250 per week by it. Little Mac addressed twenty-five thous and Democrats in Philadelphia Saturday night. Thought theDemccrat'c party was dead ? Katie damn has appeared in the "Two Orphans" twelve hundred times. ual to two thousand r our hundred or phans. In the Kingston, Canada poultry exhibit tion thejndges had someof the game fowls washed in a bucket of water, and it was dis covered that they were only common fowls painted. King Alphonso is accredited with the remark that if he had been assassinated "Bpain would find, perhaps a worthier r „| er "_.which is modest, surely, and very patriotic. A painter's apprentice fell off a scaffold with a pot of paint of each hand, He war taken tip iDsecsihle, but as soon as he was restored to consciousness he murmured. "I wer.t down with flying colors anyhow.'; A Roman editor has been fined and im pri oued for having falsely accused Prince Paul Borghese, Duke of Silmonv.of ac complishing, for improper motives, the flight of a nun from the Hospital of Santo Snirito. Nr. Bseche? visited Barnum's, in New York, a couple of nights ago, and chance ai" 1 1 he usher piloted h im to a seat exactly ; u front of Mr. Theo- Tilton. Mr. Tilton got up and moved to another part of the house. eq A distressing case of sudden death oc curred at the military barracks in Lionr. ick, tbe other day. A large gathering as sembled in the square to witness a present ation to a Sergeant Johnson of a medal and a $25 note for good conduct and a twentv years' service. The major compli mented him upon his conduct, and was bout lo pin I he medal on his breast, when the recipient fell down dead in the square, before his wife and children, who were H present. The Russian papers have lately con tained reports about a band of robbers which has appeared in the district of Pru lovek, in southern Russia, and has spread terror through all the neighboring region It is said to be over two hundred strong. The captain is reported to be a peasant wowan of singular beauty, who was previ ously connected with a gang of forgers of rouble notes. The Russian Government is so desirous of procuring the arrest of this female chief, that it has set a price of 15,000 roubles upon her head a d of KANSAS WILD HORSES. Wild horses roam over southwestern Kansas. The difficult feat of capturing them was formerly accomplished with the lasso. Entire herds are now secured by a plan. The hunter's outfit ordinarily consists of a fast walking pair of horses attached to a wagon, four saddle ponies, provisions for several weeks, and six men. A herd being found, the pursuers go after them at a leisurely pace, doing nothi ng to frighten them. The wild horses run away, but are agiin overtaken, No effort is made to drive them in any particular di rection, nor to hurry them. This is kept p day after day, until they become tarnik iar with the sight of the men, wto, at the end of two weeks are able to go among thtm. They are somewhat docile through hunger, too. having been kept toi steadily to permit of mfficient grazing. new of to are act it moving They area' length driven to the rancli and secured. toil C. to to MURDER FOR AN OLD GRUDGE. A despatch from Chetopah, Kansas, says Theodoie Munsterman, a farmer, was arres ted there on Friday charged with murder 'pga farmer named Hu"t, living Borne twenty miles from Cheio; ah, and mortally wounding his wife last Wednesday night. Hunt was shot through lhe light eye and Mrs. IIuntthrou?h lhe left eye. Tnelatte r revived sufficiently after the condition of affairs was discoved to state that Munster committed lhe deed. An old feud is man said to have existed between the men. FAT PXOPIA'N MISFORTUNES. Some ofth- savuge tribes enter their dwellings Uiicugh a hole In the loof and when a person beoiimes so fit that he can not get In be -h regarded as un outlaw. Had this system been ailODted In thi UHl'ed Kia <s. die 'out-law " o -u d no Pave mad. ; niorr >,ct!v demand to nt.i I'nt, ih.in liow cxi u. Hunei-ds lad lived 111 0-ill.-1lMH feu I I demli liavr. * y its use, been r; -t m.ortab.o living weight, fho Anu-rui is purely vegetable and perfectly harm leas. Bold by all druggist*. I nt M-odeii deed t- a ■i DBY GOODS, TRIMMjPNSS AC. S. H. STAATS, Received an Elegant Stock Also, Opening a Large and NO. 405 MARKET STREET, HAS op Fancy Hosiery FOK LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES <) . Well Selected Stock OF LADIES, GENTLEMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S Merino Underwear. J. THff. VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES. Persons would do well to call and make a selection while the as sortment is complete. 507 MARKET St. 507 J. T. WILSON Has Juit- received » full line of BLACK CASHMERES, 35 5 6 ), 75, 80 and *105. BLACK ALP ACC A, 20 25, 35 =0 and 85, FIGURED DRESS GOODS, fr r m 8 up to 65 cests. CLOTHS AND 0AS8IMERS FOR GEN TLEMEN, WATERPROOF CLOTH All best shad ;s uv»ot 50 cents to 8100 SQUARE AND BLaNKEL' SHAWLS, A full line, WHITE AND COLORED BLANKETS from 91,60 to #5.&o WHITE and COLORED) BSD SPREAD, WHITE FLANNELS, RED TWILLED and MEDICATED •FLANNEL, FLOOR TA BLE and STAIR OIL CLOTHS LADIES CHILDREN AND GENTLEMENS MERINO UNDER WEAR in great varie'y, CORSETS all sizes. 25,50 65,75, 87, 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50. MADAME FOY'S IMPROVED COR SETS A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF KID GLOVES 1, 2, and 3 buttons LADIES LACE SCARFS. COLLARS and l UFFS in great variety. FRINGES, BUTTONS and a general as sortment of Trimmings. Call and see for yourself, PLAIN AND JOHN T. WILSON. 507 MARKET STREET. Black and Fancy Silks. We are now ottering an elegant Hdc of ^ilki Black ■ From 62% ots. to 82:25 fanct stupe sulks of the most durable colors and beist shade* at 82% cents and upwards GOGD, Abi WOOL BLACK CASH MERE, at ,50cents and upwards. BLACK A ND COLORED aLAPaCAS, of the newest shades at rices. Bargains In HOSIER 58, Ac. KID GLOVES (eve™ pail pair warranted) very cheap. Buyers may rely upon getting the bus! gcods at the lowest prices at CAMPRELL'8, 210 MARK 6T HT. vey low GLO marni-ly DANCING. DANCING Reopening of A, S. Webster Select Dancing A ca(lera y> * o Monday Eve'ng Sept. 9th 7 r of is -ATTHE— Masonie Temple, Wilmington, Delaware, Ladies and Gentlemen. Misses and Mas ters wishing lo become proflcientln all im dances of the day and lo learn tbe - ew and more fashionable on*-s will find to tbelr ad vantage to begin with the opening of the season. EVENING CLAB 8 E 8 , Commencing Monday September 9th. Genllemen's c ass Monday and Thursday evenings from 8 to 10 o'clock. AFTERNOON CLAUSES, Commencing Ootober 5tb. Ladies a d Misses and Masters class Thursdays from 5 o 8 and Saturday's from 3 Si to 6.30- Prl vate lessons u4veil at any hour to suit con venience. Glide Walts Taught in a Few Leeaonx special arri.ng-»mi nts for Bchoo a ami seminaries ai it t- >r privst - classes f adie or gemlemeu. ca be made by a, ply lug the Academy, ai Kobelin A Br-.'s, No. Market street ->rby mail to 71* a A- S- WEBSTER MAHOXIC IMMVLM, Mpt 2 Sf DRY G0< ODS, *C. c M.l. LICHTENSTEIN ana MARKET STREET. ISAjS THE HONOR TO ANNOUNCE We dnesday & Thursday OCTOBER 9 th & 10 th, OF OPENING DAYS 878 Fall Season 1878 J. YVe propose to open the season, by offering at a moderate advance on the cost, a choice lin ' IMPORTED PARIS & BERLIN CLOAKS..' of the most stylish and tasteful de embracing the handsomest ;s see signs, products of the European markets. More than usual effort has been made to make this opening a success, it will include in addition, a. beautiful line of Domestic Cloaks. We have decided to make our store the popu lar resort for all who wish to look at the newest and best goods at the lowest possible prices. WINES AND LIQUORS. JUST RECEIVED AJVD FOR SALE LOTS TO HUH. —HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER. -CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERS. — do CLARET WINE. -do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY FRANCIS KELLY A CO, 103 MARKET STREET. }yi7-tf JOHN F. BETZ. Gaul's Brewery. PORTER, ALE, BROWN STOW Brewer and Dealer lx BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS CALLOW HILL AND NFW MARKET B'J, Phi lad alpha. ■ Refrigerators, water Coolers Clothes Wringers 9 Aud a full line of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Constantly In stook. I'rice.-, to suit th< times. H. F. PICXELS, * NOS. 7 A 9 E. FOURTH ST. Wllmlng'cn, De;. N. B.—Old Stoves bought, sold or taker In exchange. octl®-U o N RECEIPT Ui Pour Dollar We will send to any address A FULL NICKEL-PLATED 0 Mas im and ad the SEVEN SHOT REVOLVE* 9th. d 5 Prl con ami adie AND A BOX OF CARTRIDGES. JAMES & BRO, 201 Market 8 t. Wilmington. Del. HAVE YOUR CLOTHING CLEANSED AND REPAIRED BY ALFRED LCARSON, 71* No, 2 F. 5th. STREET (Ltebermaii BqUCing*) Custom Work done kattsfaotorilyi* Low Price and good work guaranteed. , ^ augt 9 -tm, EDUCATIONAL gT.JOSKi U'H -AUADEM X, CHESTNUT HILL. PHILADELPR-..*, Under the care W the Histsps of Ot, To The oonrse of. utruotlon lneladee el onmoheeofeago.nl end Christian eu •> tlon. Annuel pension for Boerd nd Tniuci WOO. For farther particular!!, address, sepi-iy *6 MOTHER MAKi JOHN BE A reopens -eptu ..bei 2 nd lor the 37 b i • rio For information wnte orcali In busine u 'Urs from 8 - o 9 a m or 4 to 5 p. in JgRANDYWINE SEMINARY. INSTITUTE BUILD!Ab Opens MONDAY SEPTEMBER «. IB? EIGHTH AND MARKET STS. W. S. McNAIR, Pilnclpai. aug!3-tf FURNITURE. W. & D. MeElwee, Have opened a store, No. 504 Tatnall street. Where they will keep on hand at all times, FURNITURE, BEDDING, MAT TRESSES, CHAIRS, TABLE8, CARPETS, OJ L CLOTHS, STOVES, &o. And every thing pertaining to a first-class Fnrnlturo store. They also keep a good lot of-eoond-hand Stoves and Furniture. oct4>8m FURNITURE! j. & 1. Ik. HARMAN NO. 410 KING Street, WILMINGTON DEL. The Largest and Cheapest Asso.tment 1 Furniture to be iound la tbe Cl y. also a Fine lot of S'eamsd Feathers, sepl 8 1 m and all kinds of Matresses. Furniture and Bedding L.F HD HR'S, No. 207 MARKET AND 206 SHIPLEY STREET Hasan assortment of ready made furni ture, that Is not equalled in size or elegance by any Wilmington Furniture house. Hav ing had the damage of the late fire, which nearly destroyed his factory repaired, and is now ready to execute all orders promp t iy Warorooms 207 Market and 208 -Shipley stroet. My-7-tf. PIANOS, ORGANS, &C. VICTUKIUUSI TK 1 UMFHANT! AT THE Exposition Universalis PARIS, 1878. AT THE Centennial Exposition, PHIL A , 1876. Tbe "Htletr* uni'ivailed Grand Upright aui Square Pianos, tbe recipients of more than sixty fiist premiums and Gold and 811 vet Medals, lBOludiug tbe Medal of Mer it and i.loloma of hanor at the Centen nial Exposition in 1878, have achieved a the Exposition Unlverseile, Paris, 1878 over all American and many foreign com petitor!, their GRIND CROWNING TRIUMPH. THE MEDAILLE D'ARGENT AND AjDIP LOME D'HONNEUR. Together willi a special Certlhcate uf Merit to Jacob Gre-s, upcrl i> tend ent ol the Htielf Faetory, tor blsextta irdlnary sslii dlsp ayod iu evo-y part oi their constiuctlon. me whole farm ng a Grand award, higher by far th».> Ibat ofauy o<her American Exhibit *uu dumoListraiiiig beyou ■ di.ubt thu in. nipn-e superiority of the Hlleff lu- tru meats. The "Stuff" combines every quality ne cessary lor perfection iu a Piano, fix rich ^rand, ii ellowund poweriul tone Las m-vei oeen excel ed by ary other Instrument -specially in ihc treble does the "Hti.ff" Piano snow It-superiority overall others, ,y ih-i beff- ike Ciearm ss, sweetness an. singing qu iliy of tone, which lend to it an inestimable charm. For quickness oi re spouse to the finger ned e. euness ol touch hrougbout tbe entire scale, faultless w - ion,unsurpassed durability and ariisPc ttntsb, ibis Piano hasjustty earned a wor.u wide reputation. hKCONU HAND PIaNOHoI all make constantly In s ock. at from 875 to 8300. Hole agent for t"e Houtbeiu states of the P-loub iL, Pelton & Co., and other makes of organs. Catalogues of riaiiot. or Organs sent on application. Address, CHASs M. STIEFF, 9 N. Liberty Street, B 'LTIMORE, MD Enterprise and Willaa Penn Coal DXLirXIUSV IM TOUK VELLA Jl, WOOD BY THE CORD OR CARGO. PONDUR &.~T©WW8EaTD, HOOT OF FOURTH STREET, town uffloe. No. 8 A lmond' maylO-tf Bu!Mfrm I> i> IA^ r |'business oil oai. eugiwe m D EfO L 85 l.o 82'' per day made by nn , worker of. liber a* x. rlglii It tn-tr ownir *s itlw>. ParUcuiara and «uinp.e& Worth it free. Improve your spare lime for th* bUBlueaa.iAd*1re»»S'rrn»n!f « 00, Portland Maine ■n ;: V MEDICAI OZON E. Its Powers The world miovea. so doe scieme. w« uave long been accustomed to read that the warn, ot uzone In the atmosphere wall the cause ol the pla. ue, of cholera, steal, pox. dlpiberla spo ted fever, Indeed ah th.se oiseases which have their oile.a irom a vitiated coup 111 on oi the air we breatue How to equalise the disturbed ooudlnou oi tue air we (ncattie to a heeiUif tone, or supply is health giving functions * problem whicb occupied the ueet' miunt 1 o. tne medical prole-si. u in i aiu, Vienna trllu, Dub.m and Edinburg, as well at vui own schools lor a generation or Dim, ri-ofessor Wm A. Paine, A. M., M. D„ a highly educated and cultivated physlciani? aus labored assluiously lor thirty six vepum to this cause of disease and Its remedy. ■. ■* As a result lie nas U soovereu that *ll-> na-es originate Ih germs, or In p.aln wore a, parasites- Now li any persons are uispos-j J, to be sceptical on tuis point they can son-, be convinced by the use ol a poweuut dilciosuope, that this Is an absolute luc.„ and not a mere assentm Tins being sir a hat could be more natural than .ot Doc tor's theory, vis: *'io cure the disease you must destroy the parssites causing it?" Hr. Paine, afler years of study, has neer able to take emote, the great health-glvlnp element of the air, and reduce it to a, liquid form, it is an absolute cure lor u.darrh, be destroying the germs causing it. The same In regard to that ieariiiii sc iurge, Diphtheria, aud th's disease is i a deadly, simply because the purasUuf causing It aie allowed from the warn .im proper treatment, to remain In the rnenw. biaue, when If they were desiroy d. n&ua* would In all casete do- the rtst. Their -<■ structlon Ozone will positively accompli so It produces better results In oonsumpt on tnan any other known remedy, ana if, used before the total obstruction ol ina lungs will produce a care. The same of Oxucer aud other dtse..>e>. ozone as a die-* Infect-nt has no equal 'or the body or sink, room. It was first discovered bv Schoenbeln in 1889. in 1880, Andrews and fail obtained, small quantities of it from Oxygen, i y means of pressure. It is asserted by Loew 1 and Odling tbat Ozone contains three atoms ofOxygen, while he latte ihas two atoms, and that by oompre-stng It to one-, third of its volume Ozone is form id. ozone has also been produced by passing a series of electric sparks through oxygen Gas: by applying Permanganate ol l otah* ■a to buiphurlc Acid; by burning: Pho*-: phorus tn Elbe. ; or by oroini air through aso.uttouoi Blood, Ether. Permanganate of Pot&ssa and Phosphorus. > Oxygen represents l-5th ot the atm* ■* phere; Ozone, 1 lOOOih part. One thousand quarts, or 48 cubic feel of air are consumed by a person every twentv-fbur hours. iSchoebeln named the substance which Oe discovered ozone, from tbe Greek wcid slgnlfylii! 5 to smell. He suppotea that it war Oxygen la an active aod highly elp.otro-iiegaUve state My observaUons d not warrant tness- conclusions, as sub stances (such as Lalorate of Pulaasa, etc.,; that yield large quantities of Oxygen give but little Ozone, while others produolig producing little or no Oxygen yield laige quantities of Ozone. The most high! y ozon *. ized organic bodies are Cedar-Wood, Pine leaves, Blood, etc., etc ; of the Miueral' ■ialts, Alum, Surphur, Chloride of fcoua. etc., may bemenuoneu as agents yielding Ozone in abundance, ozone may be man ufactured from ail ozonized bodies by cbemloal affinity, tbe evolution or organic matter, and tbe rapid disintegration of all ozonized substances, either by means of heat, electiioity or oluer lorms of loice* ozone is the aDLiseplic principle ol eveiy possessing me power to preseive 5 vegiBtable structures irom de cay. The oresesvallve and purifying qual ities of SVu'., (P5k7t®U« Acid, Chloride ol Lime, Alo bp..iS 6 -f„mAl* to the presence, of Ozone. Dr- Payn i cm be oonm'.ted dally at nls olflees in the Heaboay Hotel Mnth siree between Walnntond Spruce streets Phil** delphla. "Ozein, substance animal an PEABODY HOTEL' The large and elegant Hotel has been re* oent.y fitted m the most .exquisite style by tbe tc.i oelebrated Prolessor Paine, ine Prolessor exercises a pei'-onal snpervis.vn over every artloie ol mod which cuine. into the steward's dopvrtment before it is glveu out to the cooks, iduk and other ar ticles of die:, are regulariy inspected: hence notwithstanding the large u umber olgu. i W not a single cise of di- ase has oocuntOL, aud Lhe invalid recovers With remarkai Je faculty. The Prolessor has thus convened a Urst-olass Hotel into a sanctuary ol u-aitn insttad ol a pest-house oi disease, ■lb is frequently the case with Hotels, lie has me most experienced managers, s' tentlve Walters and scientific (Juoks, wiO cater to the cum fori, heal lit and happl n i ss of the guests, instead 1 the passions aud uiorblu sppetiies. i no cuargeH are in keep, lug with tie times, being 82 per day h i a room and time meals Kooms wilnt qi o -a d irom 80 leutsto #1. Weekly bhar<*, -I uu 8 c to 812. Board Without rooms, 8 . GO ■erw.t'k. Be'on Gpen day a»d .(fit- be oars ruiui... t oast the doori on -■ asseugers lo or anv'o' the del ~" a. tickets lor 22 . ■ ie y. : ,K. OTP It's VC.UC. 1 ALB* 11 .ill- U* j J id.aiTC REM Em.—ts tne persciip. l >u. ol une ol Phiiadeipnla'a oldest pnyel ilans, and is guaiaiueeu m cure rbeuma* .ism, neuralgia, sciatica, pain, Back a i he, . or money rcluuded, by invigorating ue nerves, purifying the blood, and i.eu lallzlng poisonous deposits rn tbe syaiem, iy merit it has become a standard u edl ine, Huttorlng aud money saved bj u,- elng i in time. Remember tbat Dr, 1 it et l •be only pnysloi»u in ia devoting dj years to this oue fine of praotloe.' Cure varranied, Ad v lot gratis. 4 i Boufb FonrlY iiruet, ,__ ■ u_ Frum t m: EarlieNt Ayes 3 CROFULA baa been tbe bane, and as It were, the curse of mankind, Moses, in the jsth onapter of Leviticus, lays down re ry explicit rules on this aisca e. Bo terrible aud loathsome had U been nonsidared then ,bat a person known to be infected with It would not be allowed U mix with sooiety t'lie Jews regarded lias a divine infliction -nd believed there was no onre for It; it vasthen the ulus of a youth ora divlaUon Irom the paths of virtue wees punished as mgas life tasted. Happily In our day. the slence of medicine has been developed ue great storehouse of Nai ore furnishes a remedy the disease Is stripped oi its ter ror oy the use of the BA M A RlTAN H ROC- r AND HERB JUICEs, aud the victim ot scrofula, Ulcers, Sores, Dimples, Blotch->s, ruter, etc., can be restored to sound health m a few weeks, i bat there are thousands now whose conditions are as bad as tbo*e oi the dark ages we are Well aware. Many cow fall to find a cur* as well as they del then. To ail suon the aamaritan's Root and Herb Juices will prove a happy boon, eradicating all lmpuri'.ies from tie blood, and making tbe oetnplexlon bright and healthy, a few bottles will remove i_ pies or blotches, thereby 'jqib* 5 iHi cosmetics an * 1 powders, hOOf AND HERB JUICES *1.95 per bottle Sent by expreaa to any address.' DESMOND A Otk pim U Raoe»'re*' Vhiiwielobla P,