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Post Office Hours.
Office opon from ft 45 A. M-, to 6.89 P.
^Private Boxes accessible until 10 P. M.
8UNDAYS.-0pen iro .. H to 9 A. M„ and
Private Boxes accessible from 0 to S P, M.
MAILS CLOSE
■Way Mail on Wilmington and
Northern K. R l 11 ea.dDgand
polulsonthe Ba iiioore Oent'l
ft. It. Bouih of :li lid's Ford;.,. 6.00 A. M
Through-Mall ... uu .M more and
Washington, . m s i joints
south, .
Way Mall to It
tthrongh urn \\ ta.,
Philadelphia, i" .
Through Mali to N. >
polutsNorlh unit Hast,.6 CO
Penlneu.ar Way niuti on L';la
WureU K. to Crlsrtehl. Mil.
Way Mall on Delaware western
tt R. ... ..
Through Mall to PhlruMy
and'aw York,and all joints
EnEt and West.
Through Mi'l to Baltimore and
Washington and all points
South and Southwest,..
Through Mall o Phllnlelpnla
and Now York,and utl points
East and West.
New castle. Middletown,
Smyrna, L> ,vor, Clayton,
Townsend, Delaware City, St
Georg'S,and Wyoming. D-d ....6,00
Turougn M .11 to Plnladephia
ana New York, and ad points
North, Ka»i and west. 9.1o
Through Mail to Balilmore and
Washington and all points
bouth and Southwest..........0 20
.S 15, ••
'• .... 8>i5, •'
to
.... 9.00,
. and in.it r
o.oo
ii
10.00 u
Ilia
12.15, P,M.
12.15,
6.!5
MAILS ARRIVE AND READY FOR
DELIVERY.
Way M'l'l from Wllmlng on and
Northern R. K. from Beudiug
and points North.
Niw lurk PlnlMiielphia, Bsl 1
more, Washluglou, and all
pans of the country exo j iit
> elaware and Eastern bhore
con lies In Md.
3'eiilnsu a' Mall. North of Wy
om'ug Delaware,.:.
Philadelphia and New Yr.rk,
and all points N rib, East and
Wes!.
.5.45, A. M
. 8.45, ••
9 30, «
9 39, ••
Way Mali l'lom i b ladi'li hla.l'a 9.3U, "
Hal Imore W r ay Mali, Western
S' ore, Md. 10.15 '
Baltimore, Washington uud all
not its Souih and boulhwesl.,.. 1.00, P. M
Pi lladelphia and Now York and
n I points Nor h, Kast and
West,.
Way Mail ou Deuwuie Western
i t. R. ,..
Way Mai! from crlifleld, Ma.,
,l)el H.It.
Baltimore e Wasiungtonand all
points south,..
Philadelphia, New York, -• nd
poivsNorth, Easlnud West.... 6,16, "
The fjetter Carrie u will make their de
llvorles as follow* fl.su aud .0.15 a. m..
and Mo and 4.30, p. m.
Local L' tt rs fur Carriers' delivery should
o« deposited lu Post efflee 10
lore thehom "ellvoiy.
. 1 , 00 , •
3.30,
6 . 00 , '
fl.i5
minutes be
W)l. M. PYLE,
POSTMASTER.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
'ihe advertlberaretired ihy -l an having
piovldiuila ly dla vaicd. while a Meuical
Ml shuieiy In ^ouilitru Ann, a verv aim
pie vegetable remedy lor ihe t-p.-edy and
permanent cure lor Coi unmutlon, A-lhma
bronchit\ Catarrh, auu all throat and
lung aireeUnuB, also a positive and railica.
fcpej fli for iNe vous Compiaiuls fee.s It Ui«
duty to make It kuowu to his guttering tel
Jews. Actuated b> lhl» m live, he will
cheerfully eoiid (ir-e of charg ) to all who
de- 1 re it, Ihe receipt for preparing, and
inn directions for succi a,fully usln • this
piov.'dentlally dl.-covered remedy. Thoee
who wise to avail tnem elves of ihe brne
llu oi this discovery w thou' cosis, oan do
so by return mall, by addressing, with
stamp.
Dr- chaklfh p. Marshall,
No.33.Niagara. sir-et.
BTJFFVX.O, N. T,
ran (be Truth Overtake a LI?,
luvestlgat on disclose- the fact that the
lady reported In the Assoclaicu Press dls
S> itches, about * ng HHh, t> have died In
ilhloMgo utter two weeks' use of some re
puted remedy for oorpulenoy, had not
taken Allan's Anti-Fat- but had used a
preparation
l'i Luzerne,
UtaotM'uu In Buffalo, w. Y., by tlio unner
bl 4 tii-d. We have alreaiy sold over 100,
UUO bottles of it. It has tnerefore been
taken by thousands, and we challenge
proof Hat It haB ever liaimed auy body,
unless the reduction of ob.se peisous tri m
2u tr t.O pounds, leaving them healthy and
nt 11 ug. is considered a misfortune. Fur
thermore, we hereby oner S5,i DU reward fo
evidence showing that it contains poison
ous or injurious ingredients. Wo also offer
*5,000 if we cannot proveihat it has reduced
number of persons as stated herein, aud
always without injury, i ' le said a lie will
outtiuvei the trutn auy time, but we trust
that those n-wspap-rs lhat have misled
the public by saying that physicians at
tributed tbe lady's death to tne use ol
Anti-fat (whioh is on.y put up by us. the
term '-Anil-Fat', being our trade mark),
will oorrei-t tin f < i e impre.-fdon they have
conveyed, bv publishing this refutation
BO'l A N (J MEDICI NE CO.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
put up by a legular physician
Pa Allan's Aut 1 Fat le man
AaU-Fat < b« iiHcally Examined.
The anaiyi c cm ndst. W. B. DbaKE, of
Buffalo, N. Y . rec. n> y analyzed Allan'6
Anti-Fat, and gn v. the following :
CERTIFICATE.
I have subject'd Altana Anti-Fat, to
cnemical analysis examined the process
of Its manufacture und can truly s*y that
the Ingredients of which ll Is compos d are
entirely vegetable, and cannot but act
favt rably upon the system, and It Is well
calculated to attain the obj sot of which It
Is lnteded.
Bold by druggists.
W. B. DRAKE. Chemist.
"LAUGH AND »HOW FAT."
This ancent bit of advice Is well enough
lor 'spare" people, but how about those
tuat arc already loofu? What is to become
of them 7 Hit still aDd I'll tell you. Afte
man
m-m
ihe celebrated an alyihai chemist, J. C.
Allan, has pel reeled and given to Ih- world
Anti-Fat,. Thus far In several hundred
cas-'B this yi-eat remedy has never failed lo
reduce a corpulent person irom three to
six pounds per week. It Is perfectly harm
less and positively efficient. Bold by drug
gists.
y experi ents eitending through
ths of patient Investigation aud toil
AX.War8 B0Z.S0T THS BUST,
iPSSSSii
iiti
RSABT roll IMMEDIATE BBS
cnwi'2¥w£ r *y«T PHACTIOAL PAINTBR.
SO^^NO OAPAOITY a DURABILITY
£ NY KNOWN PAINT. Buildings
cur Prepared Paints, if not sati.faS,
fo.-y. will bo Ropainted at our Expense,
Dt H .J KF 'Ni' & oo,, Agents
Wnmlnfton, Lei,
SOCIALISM IN FRANCE.
The London Times of Oct. 24th, says:
The trial of the thirty-eight socialists was
con'inued to-day. The widow Maniere,
flori t and ex school-mit'ress, on being ina
terrogated by the Judge, admitted hereon*
nection with two socialist papers and her
active promotion of the attempted core
stress. Amid the applause of her co de
fendants she declared that her miseion ns
&u ex-*choola.istreei was to diffuse ligh',
and as a republican hearted woman to
rescue posterity from servitude. Bernard,
another of the accused, insisted that he
had as much right to go to the Rim de
Crenelle Congress as Catholics to the
Chartres Congress. A third, Jeaiiot, o vow
ed his contempt for bourgeois legislation.
Adam, a sheath maker, stigmatized the
prosecution us the greatest monstrosity of
modern times, as submission to Prince
Bismarck's orders, and as national Pol
troonery. The Judges, lie said, had the
condemnation in their pocket, and society
being divided into the luxurious and the
starving, he bad joined the League for ex*
unblushing national debts.. One or two of
defendants acknowledged that it would
have been better to bow to the prohibition
of the authorities; ou which the Judge
remarked there were two currents—the ar*
tisau element, repieseuied by the trades
unions, and the revolutionary elernen j
which mixed itself with the former. Sevs
eral of the accused argued that as employ
eis had held a congress at the Exhibition
under the presidency of the Minister of
Commerce, workingmen had an equal right
to meet. The Public Prosecutor, M. Col
ary, explained that the original charge of
connection with the international bad been
abandoned, inasmuch as tho Committee of
Organization consisted wholly of French
men, hut that the defendants, nevertheless,
were leaders of that body. He dwelt on
the secialist and revolutionary tone of the
Lyons Congress last Jauuary, of which the
Paris Congress was to be the successor, and
said the government had been unable to
shut its eyes to the appeals addressed by
the organs of the Congress to. foreign soci
alists. He contended that of the twenty,
two of the more violent section, the major*
ity were not artisans at all, but socialist
agitators; but admitted that the seven or
eight trades union delegates were entitled
to leniency. He cited passages from the
Guerre Sociale, a paper published in Lon
don in French and Italian, to show that a
resort to force waa contemplated, and he
justified the authorities for forbidding, un
der tne guise of a workingmen's interna
tional congress, a federation ef revolution*
ary foroe <, the framework of another Com*
tnuoe.
STYLES IN UNDERWEAR.
The trimmiog used on cotton uedergar
menls in nun work and English embroi
dery, but on the finest goods the principal
decoration is very fine tucks and Valenci
ennes.
A bridal outfit now making includes a
nightdress with four bands containing five
tucks rach, and separated by Valenciennes
insertions extending from collar to hem.
tnined skirt, finished on the lower edge
by two bands of tucks with insertion set
between them, and a deep frill of Valenci
ennes, and a square necked chemise with a
very deep yoke of tucks and insertion and
wide frills of lace. The garment fastens
on the shoulder in the pretty, style adopted
while tbe Breton fever was at its height.
Another set of underclothing, in the same
outfitt is finished with frills of English
embroideiy, the cufifs of the nightgown
being frills edge to edge in imitation of an
old fashion.
Madapollam cloth is still used for plain
underclothing on account of its superior
fineness and evenness. Its makers, who
o-iglnally began i'g manufacture for the
Indian market, do not seem lo be inclined
to allow it to run out, as more than one
favorite American brand has done.
The Best Quality of MEDICINES
AT WILLIAMS'
The Most Reliable Proprietary
Medicines,
At Ninth and Market.
Choice PERFUMERY, COLOGNES ,,&c
AT WILLIAMS'
A fine assortment of HAIR, TOOTH and
NAIL BRUSHES.
At Ninth and Market.
A choice Imported Key Wist Pride of Key
West or Grauley Cigar,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS, Strong
and Pure,
at Ninth and Market.
AT WILLIAMS.
Fine American and Imported Soaps,
At Ninth and Market.
''Get the Best" WILLI * MS' SAPONA
CEOUS DENTIFRICE,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice Goods, Accuracy In dispensing, and
Reasonable Prices.
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE,
may8 tf
Corner Ninth and Market.
FAT PIOPLK'R HINFOKIURRM.
Some ofthe savage tribes enter their
dwellings through a hole in the loof and
when a person beoomes so fst that he can
nut get in, be Is regarded as an outlaw.
Had (his system been adopted In the
United Slates, the "out-laws" could not
have made a more active demand for aL
mu's Anti-Fat than now exl-ts. Hund-sds
wuo had lived in o»n taut f>-ai of sudden
death have, by us use. been reduced l>, a
ei.mlorlab'e living weight. 'J he Anti-Fat
is purely vegetable and perfectly harm-1
less, sold by all druggists, . I
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS AC.
j
S.H. STAATS,
NO. 406 MARKET STREET,
HAS
Just Received an Elegant Stock
©F
Fancy Hosiery
PUR LADIES, GENTS AND MIS8E1
Also, Opening a Large and
Well Selected Stock
©p
LADIES, GENTLEMEN'S AND
CHILDREN'S
Merino Underwear.
THW VERY LOWEST MARKET
RATES.
Persons would do well to call ana
make a selection while the as
sortment is complete.
507 MARKET St. 507
J. T. WILSON
Has lust received n full line of
BLACK CASHMERES,
85. 5,65,76. 80 and SI 09.
BLACK ALPACCA,
20 2->, 85 50 and «5,
PLAIN AND FIGURED DRE*:S
GOODS,
fr-m 8 up to 85 ce»ts.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMER4 FOR GEN
TLEMEN,
WATERPROOF CLOTH All best shad ;s
>rom 59 cents to 1109
SQUARE AND BLANKET SHAWLS,
A full line.
WHITE AND COLORED BLANKETS
from *1 6(1 to »55o
WHITE and COLORE 0 BED SPREAD,
WHITE FLANNELS,
TWILLED and MEDICATED
FLANNEL, FLOOR TA
BLE and STAIR OIL
CLOTHS LADIES
CHILDREN
AND
GENTLEMENS MERINO UNDER
WEAR in great variety,
CORSETS all sizes.
26, SO 85,75, 87, l.flo, 1.25 and 1.60.
MADAkEFOY'S IMPROVED COR
SETS
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF KID
GLOVES 1, 2. aud 3 buttons
LADIES L4CE SCARFS. COLLARS
and 1 UFFS in great variety.
FRINGES, BUTTONS and a general as
sortment of Trimmings. Call and see
for yourself,
RED
JOHN T. WILSON.
507 MARKET STREET.
Black and Fancy
Silks.
We are now offering an elegant line of
Black: ^11 li? i
From 62% ots. to *2:26
FANCY STUPE SILKS
of the most durable colors and best shade'
62W cents and upwards GOOD, ADI
WOOL BLACK CASH MERE, at6Ucent!
and upwards BLACK AND OOLOREJ
adAPACAS, of the newest shades atveij
low prices. Bargains In HOSIERY
GLOVES, Ac. KID GLOVES (eve™ pah
pair warranted) very cheap.
Buyers may rely upon getting the bee
goods at the lowest prices, at
CAMPBELL'S,
210 MARKET 8T.
at
maprio-ly
DANCING.
DANCING
Reopening of A, S. Webster's
Select Dancing Academy,
Monday Eve'ng Sept, 9th 78
-AT i HE
Masonic Temple, Wilmington, Delaware,
Ladies and Gentlemen, Misses and Mas
ters wishing to become proficient in all the
dunces ot the day and to learn the i ew und
more fashionable ones will find to their ad
vantage to begin with the opening of the
season.
EVENING CLAUSES,
Commencing Monday September 9th.
Genilt men's o S9S Monday and Thursday
evenings from 8 to lu o'clook.
AFTERNOUN CLASSES,
Commercing Ooiober 5tb. Ladles aid
Mlsies and Masters class Thursdays from 6
o « and 8aiu day's Irom 33' to 6.80- Prl
vate lessons given at any houi to suit con
> eulence.
Glide Walts Tangtat lna Few Lessons
special arrangt-msnt* for Schoo.s and
Seminaries und lor pnvat" classes of .adles
gentlemen, cao be made by applying
the Academy, at Robeiin A Bro's, No.
Market Street or by mall to
at
or
710
A- S- WEBSTER
MJLMORSO TMMFDJB,
f
DRY GOODS, AC.
LADIES
M. [.LICHTENSTEIN
926 KMtKET IlfiEIT.
HAS THE HONOR TO ANNOUNCE
Wednesday & Thursday
OCTOBER 9th A 10th,
OF
OPENING DAYS
1878 FaH Season 1878
We propose to open the season,
by offering at a moderate advance on
the eost, a choice lin :
IMPORTED
PARIS & BERLIN
CLOAKS.
of the most stylish and tasteful de
signs, embracing the handsomest
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,
J UST REOElViSD
LOTS TO SUIT.
—HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
-CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERS.
- do claret wine.
-do LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY
and for sale
FRAN4118 KELLY 4k CO ,
Jyl7-tf 198 MARKET STREET. ,
——
JOHN F. BETZ.
Saul's Brewery
PORTER,
ALB,
BROWN STOIT]
Brewer and Deader la
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS
CALLOW HILL AND NFW W-ARKET Hi,
Philadelphia
Jefrigerators,
water Coolers,
Clothes Wringers
.
Aud a full line of
i
Constantly In stock. Prices to suit th<
times.
H.F.PICKELS,
NOS. 7 A 9 E. FOURTH ST.
Wllmlnff'Qn, Pel.
N. B.—Old Stoves bought, sold or taket
n exchange.
ootio."
N RSUKIF1 US
u
Pour Dollar
We will send to any address
A FULL NICKEL-PLATED
SEVEN SHOT REVOLVER
and a box of Cartridge*-.
JAMES & BRO,
204 Market St.. Wilmington, Del.
HAVE YOUR
CLOTHING
CLEANSED AND REPAIRED BY
ALFRED LCARSON,
No. 2 V. 5th, BTREET
(Litberuan Budalng,)
Custom Work done satisfactorily. Low
Priee and good work guaranteed.
}
m.
EDUCATIONAL*
^T.JOHJCj U'B ACADEMY.
01HC8THUT BULL, miunm.s m«.
'Inder the oare w the Sisters ol Ot. J*
fhe course of. lstruotlon Includes a;
mtneheaor a use. nl and Christian m m
, Ahnnal pension for Board nd Juiun
*300. For farther particulars, address
MOTHER MAR,
rp,
f!<
wpi-ly
ills l*
agA0]
reopens't-pti,..bei Zn i ioi the 31 horin
For Information write or call lu busine
i Urs from 8 io 8 a mor4to5p.ru
l^ftANDYWINE SEVlINAhY.
INSTITUTE BUILDJiU
Opens MONDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 187s
EIGHTH AND MARKET STS.,
W. 8. MCNAIR, Pitnclpal.
ZBglghf
FURNITURE.
W. & D. McElwee,
Have opened a store,
No. 504 Tatnall street.
Where they will keep on hand at al
times,
FURNITURE, BEDDING, MAT
TREnSES. CHAIRS. TABLES,
CARPETS, Ol L CLOTHS,
STOVES, &c.
And everything pertaining to a flrzt-clags
Furniture store Then also keep a good
lot of-eoond-hand Stoves and Furniture.
ooU-Sm.
FURNITURE!
J. & J. i. HARMAN
NO. 4,10 KINO Street,
WlIMINGfuN DAL.
The Largest and Cheapest Assortment
(Furniture to be found in tbe Ol y.
Also a Flee lot of 8 earned Feathers,
iod all kind* of Matresses. seplS lm
'umiture and Bedding
L. F ADAIR'S,
No. 207 MARKET
AND
206 SniPLEY STREET
Hasan assortment of ready made furni
ture, that is not equalled In size or elegance
by any Wilmington Fu>niture house. Hav
ing had the damage of the late tire, which
nearly destroyed fits factory repaired, and
_ls now ready to execute all orders promp t
Warerooms 207 Market and 206 Shipley
street. My-7-tf
iy.
PIANOS, ORGANS. AC.
,
Wl'OKluUg! TKIUMMANTI
AT IHE
Csntennial Expoaltlon, Expositba Univerielle
PHILA , 1876.
The "-tleff'* unrivalled Grand Upright
and Square Pianos, tbe recipients of mi le
than sixty Hist premiums aud Gold aud
-ill vet Medals, laoludlog tne Medal of Mer
it and i 1 doma of H«uor at tbe Centen
nial KxpoBlilou In 1876, have achieved hi
the Expos lion Cnlverselle, Paris, 1878
overall American and many foreign com -
petitors, their
OBiHU CROWNING TRIUMPH.
'J HE
MEDAILLE D'ARGENT AND A DIP
LOME D'HONNEUR.
AT THE
PARIS. 1878.
Together wilh a special r'erttticate
«l merit lo Jacob Ur.-s, uperl.-leua
em ol Iho stielf I'actoiy, i,,r blsexinv
nrulnary ssll. disp uyod In eve r y pmi oi
their oonstiuction. ihe whole form ng a
Grand Award, higher by far tba
dial of auy Other American Lxh.hlt
-ii. d. in <- sira iug be,>ou dnubl in- 1
m-n-e superiority of the blleff lutlru
menta.
Cue "*tlrff" combines every quality ue
cessary lor perfection in a Plan,, jt* rich
grand, n allow aud powenui louei as u> , e:
ue-n excel ed by a. y oihei Instrument
especially lu ill-- ireble does the *-.'ti,ff '
Piano snow it- superiority over all others,
>y the beil- ike c earu-ss, sweet..ess i.u
slnglug uu iliy of lone, which lend io it
inestimable charm. For quickness ei le
sponse 10 the finger sod e. euness ot touch
. hroughoui (he entire scale, faultless a. -
iton, unsurpassed durability and artlsMc
finish, this Plano has Justly earned a world
wide reputation.
SECOND HAND PIaNOSo< all makes
constantly in s ook, at from *75 to *800.
Mole agent for the Southern -Staten of the
P-ioub h, Pelton A Co., and other makes
of OoGANS.
C .talogues of PlaDOL or Organs sent on
application. Address,
an
I
OHASs M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
B 'LTIMORF, MD
Merurite and Wiliam
Penn Coal
DJSLirMHBn IN YOUR VDLLAR.
WOOD BY THE CORD OB CARGO.
PO ODER &TtOW ABEND,
POOL' OF FOURTH STREET,
Zac Up town offioe. No, 8 A lmond'
mayKMf
Building.
|> IJo r |''businesa ■ ou cai engage u,
D HiO A *5to *2<'per day made by an'
worker ol, ither an, right it lu-lr osol
an ties. Particulars and samples worth s:
free. Improve your spare time for the
business.^Address avisrsox a Co, Portland
"
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4
MEDICAI
OZON E
V *
Its Powers
Ihe world moves, so uoe roieuue. We
ave long been accustomed to read that
ue wau oi uxone in the uUm upnere war
ne cause oj the pla ue. ol ohoiera, srual.
■ox, dip Iberia spo ted lever, indeed an
n se nut Mots ahioh have their oiliTii
ruu a vitiated couilllun oi the au «•
ireatne How to equalize Ike lisvuineu
ouUiuou ol lue all we biealhr u> a neaitny
one, or supply ■ w health giving luncuun*
' problem which occupied Ihe u«el minor
>• tne laedlcai prolesen n in l-jul;, Vienna,
orilu, Dublin and Edinburg, as wen si
-in own schools lor a ge. eralluu or more.
mleseor vvm A. Paine, A. M., M. D„ *
uighly educated and cultivated physician,
|~» laboreu asslulously 101 thirty alx team
o this oauae of disease and its remedy.
As a result he has d.sooverad that a la
ja*ea originate la germs, or In p.aln won t,
parasites Now li any persons are dispoeep
to be sceptical on this point they oan souU
oe oouviuoed by Lie use ol a poweila
uleiosoope, that this Is an absolute jack
-nd not a mere asservl-n Tins being so
.vhatoouid be more natural than „ik Do«J
.sir's theory, viz: <'io cure the disease
you must destroy theparssltea causing *try
Dr. Paine, after years ol study, has beer
able to take osoi.e, the great health -giving
Yemeni of the air, and reduOe it to a
liquid lorrn. it Is an absolute cure lot
Jatarrh, oe destroying tne germs causing
it. The name In regard to that learliu
scourge, Diphtheria, and this disease Is ; O
deadly, simply eeoause the parasltos
jausiug it aie allowed, from the want OJ
proper treatment, to remain In the mem?
orane, when ll they were destroy d, nature
would In all cases do the rist. Their
itructlon Ozone will positively accomplish
It produces better results In consumption
tnau any other known remedy, and k
used before the total destruction ol ibe
ungs will produoe a cure. The same ol
Cancer and other diseases. Uzone as a dis
infectant has no equal lor tne body or sick
room.
it was first discovered by Muboenbeln in
!6n6. In I860, Andrews and Tall obtained
tin ill quantities ol It from Oxygen, Ll
means ol pressure, it is asserted by Dee W
and Odling that ozone contalua time
atoms of Oxygen, whlie ihe latte jhas tw*
atoms, ana that by compressing it to in e*
third of Its volume Ozone is form. d.
nziiue lias also been produced u. pusaiug a
aeries ol ilecu'jc spurns through
aftS ; by applying Permanganate o
sa to .-.Uipiiuriu Auid; by burning Plior*
phoius in itthe ; or b, nrcln.. ulr ibioujh
a so utton ol Blood, hither. Fermansanete
of Potassa and phosphorus.
Oxygen represeuts t-oui ol the aimi
pbere; Ozone, 1 lUOOi h part. One thoust s
qsurts, or 16 oublo ieet ol air are oonsu n t
by a person every twentv-lour hours.
Bohoe beln named ihe subs tan oe which he
discovered ozone. from the Greek went
••Ozein,"signifying to smell. He supposed
that It wan Oxygen In an active and highly
electro-negative state. My observations d
not warrant these conclusions, us snb
stanoes (such us Cnlorute of Potassa, etc.,)
that yield large quantities of Oxygen give
but little Ozone, while others p rod licit g
productug little or no Oxygen yield laige
quantities of Ozone. Themosthighly ozon
ized organic bodies are Cedar-Wood, Pino*
leaves, Blood, eto., etc.; oi tho Mineral
Balts, Alum, Muruhur, chloride of taoda,
eto., may be meutloneu as agents yielding
Ozone In abundance. Ozone may be mah
ulactured irom all ozonized bodies by
ohemlcal affinity, tbe evolution of organic
matter, and the rapid disintegration oi all
ozonized substances, either by means ot
heat, elect! lolty or other forms ol lorce.
Ozone Is the antiseptic principle oi eveiy
substance possessing tbe power to preserve
animal and vegetable structures irom de
cay. The preservative and puniying qual
ities of S lit. (I'fvrbollo Acid, Chloride ot
Lime, Alo ;.ii\<;.i-i.,rr2&3»to the presence
of Ozone.
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Dr- Payn J cm bo cunna.ied dally at ilia
offices in Use Eeabody Hotel Islnlh stree
between Wabwilaud Spruoe streets Phila
delphia,
PEABODY HOTEIJ
The large and elegant Hotel has been re
cently lilted in the moet exquisite style by
the the oelebraied Proiessor Paine, due
Prolessor exerolse* a per.-uual supervision
over every urilcie ol mod which comae
into the steward's department belore ii is
,.iven out to the cooks. Milk aud other hi
times oi diet are regurariy Inspected: hence
no twithstanding the laige number olguota
not a smg>e e ise of dis, ase hasoceuiied,
aud the invalid recovers with re ruu JAM lie
facility, ihe Proless r has thus convened
a noil,-erase Dot. I into a sanotuaiy o'
u ailu lUsttad ol a pest-house oi iiiseast,
as is f-.eqiirni.ly the ease with Hotels. He
has the uio-i expeneuceo aianageis «.
t.ntive Wane s a .d me .tide o,uki, si o
cater to the cnmtori, neu Mi uni nappitn ss
of the guests, him, run .1 lie passhus and
aiorbiu appetlies. 1 lie r-uarges sre in keep
ing witli l ie lime.*, being r2 per day Ini a
room and three meals uooius wilncai
b..*tid, irom sO rents toll. Weekly boar' 1 ,
nom t. t«• *14 Board without rooms, Ik 10
per week. se'm .. lioness tor 12.
dp«u day sad t*ul- lie cars runnwa
,.asi lue doorr an •• asseugeis u> oi
<UV U" Ih-del-l'—. ov " '!>'
ns
y.
U h. FIT
MaTIO HttMKLhis tue persoiin.
.nii of one oi Philadeipnla's oldest puyu*
ilans, and Is guuiaui-eeu io ours rb uma
-isiu, nearulgla, ..olalioa, pain, Backs no,
au. or money reluuded, by luvtgorailng
puniying tbe blood,auu t.eu
rallziug poisonous deposits in tne sys.em,
iy merit It has become a standard ruedl
;lne, Muttering and money saved by uselng
,t In time. Remember that Dr, Filler is
the only pnvslcUn In Am rlaa devoting
ifl years to this oue line ul practice. Cura
varmnted, Advloegratis. 46 MouthForrtt
lireet.
R*
.tun u
v r.u.-.i .\L8t
ue nerve*,
jt'roiu tbe £arllest Ages
h-KOFUla has been the bane, and M It
mere, the curse of mankind, Moses, In the
,3th cnapier of Leviticus, lays down /ery
explicit rules on this ajsea .e. Mo terrible
tud loathsome had i I been considered then
that a person known to be infected with It
would not be allowed U mix with society
i'he Jews regarded itasa divine Infliction
-did believed then was no cure for it: It
was then the sins cf a youth or a dlvlafijn
iroin the paths ot viilue wof-c punished as
i.mg as life lasted Happily in our day,
tho siei'ca of ueulciue lias oeeu developed
ihe gieai s.orohouso of >!ai ore furbishes a
remedy the disease ! * stripped of Its ter
ror by the line ol theHA V) a Rl J'AW'b ROOT
AN D HERD J UICEs, and tne victim ol
'Oroiula, Uloers, Mores, Pimples, Blotches,
L'i ler, ole,, can be restored to sound health
in a few weeks, that there are thousands
.ow whose conditions are as bad as those
tne dark ages w< are well aware. Mmy
-ow tail to find a cure as well as they did
Mien. To all such the Mamarltan's Root
.nd Herb Juloea will prove a happy boon,
radicating all impurities from ice blood,
end making the ccmplexion bright ana
healthy. A fow bottles v- .U remove plm
iiles or blotches, thereby doing away with
htMuetle* 'U- powpers. ■ 0*>T ANHHKRB
I - loKt> $1.86 pei LottJ' -lent by express
tonry address:
D8.SMOND A CO:
U Aoe— ' r —* riUiuttlBhls, P,

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