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post Offitt Hours,
from 6.45 A. M\ to 6.60 P.
Office open
Iprtvate Boxes accessible until 10 P. M.
SUNDAY-.—Op n iro 8 toif -
Irlvate Boxes wodMlble from • to 9 P* M,
MAILS CLOSE.
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more, Vyasblngiou. and all
pans of the country except
Delaware a d Eastern (shore
cou ties In Md.
enlnsu a- Mall. North of Wy
oming Delaware,.
adelpma and New
aud all points North, Ea». and
West.
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Tne Letter Cam- trwlll make tbeir de
Iverles as IoUowm 6.80 aud 0.16 a. m.
ui 1-16 and 4.80, p. m.
L cal Lett. rsfo. Carilers'd- livery gbou
po lled i i i • s 1 ffice 10 mli.ules tie
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WH. M. PVLK,
POSTMASTER.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The advertlaeraretlred t hytl- an having
rovidentla ly dls-n veied. while a Medical
Il si ne:y lu southern a. la, a very aim
1* vegeti ble remedy lor (lit. , pfedy and
ermanent cure f t Ccn sumu'l'/n, Asthma
b t-, Catarrh, and all throat and
lung utfectlons, also a positive and radio*
ju.se ft. for Me voua Complaints fee s It hi
duty to make it known to his sufltrlEg fel
lows. Actuated by this m dive, he will
kmeorfUUy send(ir.eofcharg-) to all who
dc>lre It, the receipt lor preparing, and
Uni directions for succi s.fully usin thil
providentially dLoovert-d remedy. Those
who wis/ t- avail them elves of ihe b-ne
Ills ot this discovery w thou' oosis, can do
to by return mall,
Stamp.
ir
by addressing, with
Dr'OHARLFs p, MAIL-HALL,
No. 33 Niagara mr-et,
Btrvrvi-o, N. Y.
Cat the Trnlh Overtake a Lie.
i investlgaUon dlscloae- the lact that the
lady retmrted In the AssoclaiHCt Pocas dls
b itches, about ug 0th, t have died tr,
L'hlorgo Gliet two weeks' use of some re
L'Uied rtlnedv for oorpu'.e .oy, had not
LhIiou Allau'a Anti-Fat but bad used a
Sneraratlou WRt up by a tegular physician
lu hurerne. Pa Allan's Ant 1 Fat is man
u f aolurea lu Buffa.o. N. Y., by the unner
H.hvd. Welmve t.lrealy sold over l«v
LnO bottles of It, It lias tnerefore been
Ink n by thousands, aud we challenge
proof tost it has ever banned any body
unless the reduction of obese pe'sons Ir. m
Bn tr rO pounds, leaving them h -althy and
sti ng. Is considered a misfortune. Far
thermore, we hereby oiler 85,< On reward fo
ev deuce showing ihai It contains polson
ou~ or Hijurlous lngrediente. WealsooflTer
85,000 If we cannot proveihat Ithasreduced
number ol persons as stated herein, and
always wllnoui lnjuiy, J' Is Bald a lie will
onttiavel the truth any time, but we nust
ihat th. se u -g.ipap-rs that have misted
th- pub lo by saying that physicians
iilbuien the lady's death to the use of
Anti-fat (whiob la on.y put up by us. the
term ''Aui 1-Fat', being our trade mark),
will correct the false Impression they have
uonveyed, bv publishing this refutation*
BOTANIC MEDlCfNE CO.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
at
Anti-Fat Chemically Examined.
The analytical chemist W. B Drake, of
Buffalo, N. Y , recently analyzed Allan's
Anti-Fat, and gave the following :
CERTIFICATE.
have subjected Allan s Anti-Fat to
Chemical analj sis, examined the process
of its manufacture and can truly s 'y that
the ingredlentsof which it is compos, d are
entirely vego'able, and cannot but act
i rably upon the system, and it is well
calculated to attain the objeot of whloh it
lslnteded.
bold by druggists.
W. B. DRAKE, Chemist.
LAUGH AND GROW FAT."
I
fav
This anc ent b<: ol adv ee is well enough
lor 'siare' p oplo bu how ibout :ho
that are alri-ady toof 7 Whit Is to become
ofthemT sitstli' a. d 'll teli you. After
y experl'i <•ut- e tending through
ths ol (Xitliu., i vesttgaMou and toll
hi . iloaf chemist, J. C.
and given lo the world
man
ni n
'ho celebrated a
Allan, has pence
Anti-Fat. Thus tar In several huudred
cases this great remedy has never failed to
reduce a corpulent perso ■ Irom three to
six pounds per week. It is perfectly harm
less and positively efficient. Sold by drug
gist*.
AXeWATC BXSaSOT THfl BEST,
,iY
ATETTen
L PAINTER.
!M
ITY
EX
*'oivmjtKV.14'JfAlNT. Bulidlngi
ralnted \vitheurPrepared Paints, If not satisfao-
-tory. wm be Repainted at our Rxpanas.
D%H.;KENfr<te vu., Agents
WWUOfltottdBft
j , ' ' ' «7l jS&aX?
Wl'AiVHl Lj lin
r'->U

The
• 64
wretched
atght.
seized
carried
ously,
shore,
Gail
this
PEN AND 8CI880R8.
Do you really, truly love me,
More than any girl you know?
' YYett, then hug me just a little,
If you must, before you go.
Fold your arms around me tighter,
Have you never hugged before?
Draw me nearer, press me dearer,
Can't you hug me any more?
"The meeting then dispersed after the
singing af the docksalogy," savs a Ken
tucky paper.
Out of thirty-eight printers employed
upon the Memphis Appeal, only two es
caped the yellow fever.
Look out for the paint 1" shouted a boy
in the gallery of a Chicago theatre, when
the hero of the play kissed the heroine.
An ox race with rider9, for a premium
in gold, will be one of the greatest attrac
tions at the fair at La Grange, Ga., this
week.
The wise twin pla >' th (he Block of his
gnn to his shoulder before he fire h, hut
'he iool loi k.-tti down the barrel to see the
hall start.
The
The
Choice
A
A
Choice
Fine
"Get
Choice
u
I 11 England the Duke of Sutbeiland is
the onty one who can boast he lias a rail
rail wuy car and a set of high class
Wfiy, a
fir * e iginew.
A German jurist warns his countrymen
that unless Socialism be qua»hed a revp'u
lion in 1889 tfill throw that of 1789 1 >r , v
ioto I he shade
The Rua/ian Government has offered a
reward of 16,600 franca for the arrest of a
beautiful young peasant girl, the chief of a
bard of 260 brigands in a district in Souths
ern Russia.
Tnlmage reminds his yon'hful hearers
oftheold lady who. saving to her gran !
daugi.te that site had seen the folly of sin,
received the reply, ' Well, I want to seethe
folly of it too.
Frank Smalt, a Florida statesman, who
signed hia name with an X and was so con
spicuous a witness at Tallahassee twnvears
ago. when he was so verv anxious to ex (tone
l)erii crane frtud., is now in jail for steal
ing hides.
My i ew boy ia double back-action, per
pttuil motion, automatic, and all the latest
improvements in one grand combination,
and he has longs in comparison with which
ihe no se of tit* elevated railroad i i as (lie
sighing of the summer breese on a Isay
afternoon.
A West Hill man painted a ferocious
looking sign:
and put it up in the front yard to scare
away tramps. The next morning a tramp,
with a bad smile, shoulders like p load of
hay, a club with death emilingont of every
knot of it, rapped at the front door, de
manded some hot bi-ouit, tueai, pota'uea
and a cup of coffee, and aak'ed, pleasantly,
"How is the dog ?"
The latest method we have heard of for
curing cases o pnre sleeplessnevs, when
unaccompanied hv pain or disease, is the
following: Get out of bed and takes
linen bmdaue—although a handkerchief,
neady folded longwise will do as well, p
baps better. Dip one-hall the handker
chief into water, pass the wet portion
around the wrist, over this lay the dry half,
and tuck in the ends so as to make all se
I ie down sgaln. The wet bandage
will tie found to exercise a most soothing
influence on the pulse; this will soon ex
lend all over tb-> nervous system,and calm
refreshing sleep will be the remit.
t)
Masonic
ters
fiances
iikv o
v.miHge
season.
Gent
evenings
M ',
0 I:
vate
1
Look out for the dog,'
Ullde
or
the
Market
Hepi2$
vroru
T"
Judges
the
Delaware,
Castle,
ber,
next
a
quantities
at my
ewsrk.
8/a
New
owing
the
arnesH.
G orge
lien)
James
Roger
W
er
cure.
HOW TO CATCH A TURTLE.
J.
The Lumpkin (Ga.) Independent, says:
A few days ago a negro man was fishing
in the Pataula Creek, Georgia, when he
bung a huge turtle m the month with a
snail perch hook. He managed to raise
tbs tui tie's heid partly out of the water,
and neld him in Ihat position with his
mouth open until several gallons of water
run down his throat' Tha turtle then
dropped it* head over to one side, and ihe
D'gro, thinking b» had drowned it, jumped
into i he creek. He caught the turtle by
the tail, put it between his teeth and held
to it while he cut a slit in two of its
feet for hand holds,
ihe bank, but found it a severe struggle, as
the turtle would hold to roots and branches
of treea in the creek. The negro finally
got the turtle on it* back and pushed it out
of the water. The turtle weighed aeventy
pounds and had a head that mea
sured seven and a half inches across the
N
Jutges
the
l
Castle,
ber
bar
«u Inn
the
County
ilege
quantities
tne
citizens
to wit:
Joseph
Wm.
». B.
i hes.
Wm.
((has.
John
Michael
Bernard
L. G.
t
W T.
■Nicholas
on
He then stared for
seven
top.
AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS.
The plumDago mine at Chester Springs
yields ore containing 83J percentage of
pure metal.
Edward D. Bingham, son of Rev. W
R. Bingham, pastor of the Avondale Pres
byterian Caurch, haR been admitted :o
the practice of law in Chester County,
TO TBOIt WANTING UUpTHEH.
Quinn and Adam both learned tlieaame
trade; but Quinn csuld beat Adam at tai
loring, and give him odd* every time.
doubta this, call upon him. V
Wm. II, QUINN,
The Merchant Tailor;
No. 1.22 Market street.
You will there find a choice and well
selected stock of all kinds of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which by the artistic employes of Quinn
the Tailor, will be fashioned into garments
sure to improve the appearance, and pro
mote the comfort of the wearer.
Prices to suit the enforced economy of
he times, is the the rule with
Wm. H. QUINN,
Merchant Tailor.
J udgi
the
Delaware,
as
or,
teim
inn
lu the
New
said
liquors
to be
lowing
the
Wm.
William
■ >wen
wm,
H
Dual
hos.
Sam'l
A A.
John
N
Frank
N
If
any one
mean
FAT
Some
dwellings
wheu
not
Had
United
have
lan's
who
dec, h
isjjinreig
stsssfsss^t^fss^^^/sttsasKssssBsessai
▲ DOG SAVES A WOMAN'S LIFE.
The hero of the day in St. Lento to "Spot,
• 64 pound bull terrley, wh^ch »»ved a
wretched woman from drowning Monday
atght. The woman jumped into the river,
attempting eulclde; the dog leaped in after
seized the woman by her dreat, and, though
carried under water, kept bto hold tenaci
ously, and brought the forlorn creature to
shore, where officer! took her In charge.
Gail Hamilton'* hair ia a pale yellow
this Fall.
The Best Quality of MEDICINES
AT WILLI/ws'
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 West Pride of Key
West or Grauley Cigar,
: C ■ ■ AT WILLIAMS'
Choice FLAVORING EXTRACTS, Strong
and Pure,
at Ninth snd Market.
AT WILLIAMS.
Fine American and Imported Soaps,
At Ninth and Market.
"Get the Best" WILLIAMS' SAPONA
CEOUS DENTIFRICE,
AT WILLIAMS'
Choice Goods, Accuracy in dispensing, and
Reasonable Prices.
WILLIAMS' PRESCRIPTION STORE,
, v " Corner Ninth and Market,
DANCING.
DANCING
Reopening of A, 8. Webster's
Select Dancing ^cadeni),
Monday tve'ng Sept, 3th 78
-AT THE
Masonic Temple, Wilmington, Del iicare
Ladies , nd Gentlemen, Aliases and Mas
ters wi.hIng to become profleieutin wit the
fiances of the day and *o learn the ■ ew and
iikv o fadil joable om s wilt find lo their ad
v.miHge to beg it with the oprl.leg of th.
season.
EVENING CLAUSES,
Commencing Monday .'September 0th.
Gent Lraen a c a:s Monday and Thursday
evenings from 8 to lu o'clock.
AFTERNOON ULASgi-H,
'c -diev 'stu. Ladles a*d
i s class Thursdays from 5
Irom 3 31 to 6.30- Prl
OotHme'iCh
M ', es -rid At
0 I: and Saturday'
vate lessons given, at any hour to suit con
1 enienee.
Ullde Waltz Taught In a Few Lessons
special am.ng-mmts for Schools and
Hemtinirlesar d fur prlvat elassea - f adie-i
or genllemen. ca- be mads by apply ing j
the Academy, a ! Robelln & Bro's, No, 7
Market ts» net or by mall to
HI
1U
a. 8. wmm
MASONIC TJSMFLJC.
Hepi2$ f
LICENSE APPLICATIONS.
vroru E, 1 William F. Griffith, do
T" nerabyalve noiice'hat fabali apply to
Judges of thf Court ol General Heaslons of
the Peaoe and Jail delivery of the State of
Delaware, in Hnd for the county of New
Castle, on Monday, the 13th day of Novem
ber, next A. D. 1878,being the 1st day of the
next November Term of the sa'd l ouri for
a .cense to sell inioxlc^tl. g liquors in
quantities not less than one halt gallon,
at my store on viain street lu the Town of
ewsrk. In the Unlt-«1 School > istrict No
8/a dll,In White Clay i,r ek Hundred
New Castle County Delaware, aDd ihe lol
owing respectable citizens recommend
the said application, to wdi
arnesH. Ray, 0. Henry.
G orge W.Lindsey S. R. Choate,
lien) Caulk, Natha" Sanders,
James Jefferls, Amos Brown.
Roger do • bit, Calvins. Worrell
W Pennington, Edward McPlke
J.
WILLI 4MF. GRIFFITH,
N OTICE—I Joseph H. lohard do hereby
give notloe that I shall apply to the
Jutges oi'he Court of General . esstons ol
the Peace and Jail delivery • f ihe State Oi
l 'elaware, iu and for the county of New
Castle, on Monday, the 18th day of Novem
ber next being th first day ol the Nov-rn.
bar Term, A D., 1878,for a lfrenne to keep
«u Inn or Tavern. a» No, 214 K'ng street In
the Seoond Ward of the< lty of Wilmington
County and stale aforesaid, ni*h the priv
ilege to sell Intoxicating liquors in less
quantities than one quart to ue drank on
tne premise ,and the following respectable
citizens recommend the said application
to wit:
Joseph Bradford, Sam T Roberts
Wm. T Day, J, I , Brown,
». B. Ta'man, Chan. Weyl.
i hes. Hallara, Doese Pyle,
Wm. H.Beckley, M.H. Elliott,
((has. E Sparks, J. Parker,
John B. Elliott, N. Meloholr, Jr.,
Michael Kenny, M. A. o'Oonner,
Bernard Row, M. Hayes,
L. G. File, A.Fulmele.
t nthony Willis, T Robinson,
W T. Tush, N. Jenny, Jr„
■Nicholas Jenney,
J jHEPH H RICH i RDS.
oTlCK:—1 John J-union, do hereLy
gure notice tuat I rhall apply to the
J udgi 1 */! tne Court of General sessions o
the PeEoe and J «11 Delivery ot the state of
Delaware, lu and for the county of New
as le, ou Mo 'day, ih- l»ih i ay of Novem
or, being the lsi da., I the :- ove ubei
teim A. D. 1878, for a license to keep an
inn or Tavern in the city of Wllming ton,
lu the r ecoiid Ward, at Heaiu street a d
New Castle avenue Connly aud State af..re
said with the privilege to sel. intoxicating
liquors In less quantities than one quart
to be drunk on tut premises, and the fol
lowing respectable citizens recommend ilie
the said application to wit:
Wm. Wlnalsh, Jotli Pyle,
William Bareford, Robert H. Taylor,
■ >wen Palmer, Fr. d Menger,
wm, McCormack, Charles h, T. Gross
H- 'd Row, Joliu Hammo id,
Dual . CaiiaUau, Dennis Buckley,
hos. McCor i atk, KobeitPyie.
Sam'l Hartman, Harry O. Rollers,
A A. Esburn William White.
John T. Phillips, Pat'k MoMenamifi,
N tcholas Qualey, Charles T, Chane,
Frank Vog.il, Joseph Stocker,
John Mesmere.
N
.!• HN DORDON
no'-6 8t
FAT PKOPI.E'N MISFORTUNES.
Some of the savage tribes enter theD
dwellings through a hole In the loof and
wheu a person becomes ao fat that he can
not get in, he Is regarded as an outlaw.
Had this system been adopted In the
United slates, the "out-laws" could not
have made a more active demand for Al
lan's Anti Fat than now exists. Hundieds
who hart lived In constant fear of sudden
dec, h have, y Ds use, been reduced lo a
umfmtable living weight. '^mAAli-Fat
isjjinreig ^ ^t^lgbje and pesOTMy h a m -
DRY GOODS, AG.
T' *
G
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
926 MARKET STREET.
HAS THE HONOR TO ANNOUNCE
Wednesday & Thursday
OCTOBER 9th <fc 10th
OF
OPENING DAYS
1878 Eall Season. 1878
We propose to open the seasom,
by offering at a moderate advance fl>n
the cost, a choice lin
IMPORTED
PARIS & BERLIN
CLOAKS.
ol* 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.
WlNEd AND LIQUOR*.
J UsT RECEIVED AND FOR BALE .
LOTS TO SUIT.
—HAMPER'S SELTZER WATER.
—CASES ANGOSTURA BITTERS.
— do CLARET WINE.
-Jo LATOUR COGNAC BRANDY
Fit AN4718 KELLY 6 VO ,
106 MA1RKET STREET.
Jvl7-tf
John F. Betz
Saul's Brewery*
PORTER,
ALE,
BROWN STOU1
Brewer and Dealer la
BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS
i(ALLOWHILL AND NFW MARKET 83.
Pbiladel phi*
Refrigerators,
water Coolers,
Clothes Wringers.
And a full line of
'I
Constantly in stock. Prices to suit tin
times.
H. F. PJfTRELS,
NOS. 7 & V E. FOURTH ST.
Wilmington, Dei.
N. B.—Old Stoves bought, sold or taken
oetio (i
In exchange.
N RECEIPT OF
o
Four Dollar
We will send to any address
A FULL NICKEL-PLATED
SEVEN SHOT REVOLVE!*
AND A BOX OF CARTRIDGES.
JAMES & BRO,
204 Market St., Wilmington, Del.
HAVE YOUR
CLOTHING
CLEANSED AND REPAIRED BY
ALFRED LCARSON,
No. 2 F- 5th. STREET
(Li berman Rntbiing.)
Custom Woik done caLsfattorUy, Low
Pilss and good work guaranteed.
EDUCATIONAL.*
uX.JOHKj lib iCADEMY,
OHK8TK0X MILL. PHILADELPHIA 5.
Under the oare u the Slater* of at, Je m.
The oourse of. lstrnotlon lnoladee at ni
eranoheaof a use. nl and Christian M »•
lion.
Annual pension for Board
1300. For further particulars,
sepMy
nd Xuittoj
address,
MOTHER MARY JOHN
acAD
reopeus September 2nd, lor the 37th D ria
For information, write or cal l In busmens
hours from 8 lo 9 a. m or 4 to 6 p. m
gRANDYWINE SEMINARY.
INSTITUTE BUILD1NU
Opens MONDAY. SEPTEMBER ». I»78
EIGHTH AND MARKET STS..
W. 8. MoNAIR, Pilnolpal.
angl8-tf
FURNITURE.
W. & D. McElwee,
Have opened a store,
No. 504 Tatnall strr et
Where they Will keep on !?uau»' J ft ,
times,
FURNITURE, BEDDIN'j
TRESSES, CHAIRS, T ABLES
CARPETS, OIL Cl jOTHS, '
STOVES, '
MAT
And everything pertain lDg to a flrB t-ola*s
Fur ot lure more Th*' at*, keep a good
lot ol <ooud-hauii Ht/ , ve * and Furniture.
Hasan assortment of ready made furni
ture, that is not equalled In size or ele -anise
by any Wilmington Eu niture Uou.se. Uav
Ing had the damage of the late hi e, whloh
nearly destroyed his factory repaired aud
is now ready to exesat* all orders promo
pf,
tVarerooms 297 Market and 208 Shlplar
street. My-7-tf.
Km
FURWITURE!
J. A J. ft, HARMAN
NO. 410 KING Street,
WlIMINGToN DEL.
The Largest and Cheapest Assortment
Furniture to be louud Ir, the Cl y,
Hsu & Fine lot of 3 earned Feathers,
aril all kinds of Matreaaea. sepls 1m
Furniture and Bedding
I- f 11) AIR'S,
•1
Nog 297 AiARKLi
AND
-06 SHIPLEY STREET
PIANOS, ORGANS, AO.
VICTORIOUS! TRIUMPHANT!
AT 0 HE
Oentansiai Lipoaltloa, Snoslfim Uaivtraall*
FHILA , 1876.
The ''.'tlefl''* unrivalled Grand Uprlg t
and Squate Pianos, the recipients of .. re
than sixty first premiums and Gold and
kllvet Medan), lasluding tne Medal of Mer
it and i 1-Ionia of Henor at the Centen
nial Exposition in 1876,
the Expos tion Cnlverselle, Paris, '878,
over all American and many foreign com
petitors, their
GRAND CROWNING TRIUMPH.
THX
MEDAILLE D 1 ARGENT AND A DIP
LOME D'HONNEUR.
Together w4ib a special Derttticat*
of Merit to Jacob Grr-s, aperlotend
ent ol Ibe Mietf Facloty, tor his extra
irnluary salli dlsp ayed lu eve r y part of
their construction, the whole form og a
Grand Award, higher by far than
tbatofauy other American Kxhiblt.
auu dumonstrailng beyou/ doubt the im
mense superiority of the Htleff lnstra
mflntfl,
I'he "dtleff" oomblnes every quality ne
cessary for perfection In aPlano. its rich
grand, u ellow and powerful tone has never
been excebed by udv other lnstrnment.
i-specially in the treble does the "otLff"
Piano show Its superiority overall others,
ov tli bcd-iike oiearm «e. sweet ess an
singing uu iiliyof tone, which lend loltan
in- stimable charm. Fat quickness e. re
sponse to the finger and evenness of touch
throughout the entire scale, faultless ao
lion,unsurpassed durability
finish, this Plano has justly a
wide reputation.
SECOND HAND PlANOaof all makes
constantly In s oek. at from 876 to 8806.
Hole agent for the (southern (states of the
P-lonbiL, Pelton A Co., And o her makes
of O KG AN 8.
C .ialogues of Hanoi or Organs sent on
application. Address,
AT THZ
PARIS 1878.
have achieved at.
and artistic
earned a world
OHAS, M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
B altimore, md
Enterprise and Wiliam
Penn Coal
HMLITMXMD IN TOVB CELLAR.
WOOD BY THE CORD OR CARGO.
PO* »ER fc'TOWISEIlin,
rOOi OF FOURTH STREET,
JfUp town office. No. 8 AUmonti'
mavlfMf
Building.
P business you oan engage u.
J. 66 to 821'per day made by any
worxer of either sex, right it their ownU
niltles. Puniculars and si.raphes worth '<
free Imp-ove your apart time for the
buHfneM..Ad dr saa WBassost 6 Oo,,PorUaa<i
All
MEDIGAI
OZON K
Its Powers
The world move*, ao doe aelenoe. We
nave long been aoooalomed to read that
the warn, of ozone lu the atmosphere was
the cause ol the pla, ue. ot oholera, an,ah '
poA dlptheria apo ted lever, indeed, all
Ui.se diseases which have their oiigik
irom a vitiated condition o. the air w
breathe- How to equalize the 'Haturp„J'
condluon ol the air we breathe to a bea-ihv
tone, or supply its health giving !unc>
a problem which occupied the neat ~i„ n
ol tne medical profession in Paris,
Berlin, Dublin and Edinburg, r ■
eur own schools for a generaur
professor W m A. Paine, A. ' , J " -? r #
highly educated and cultlyr A'Jhvslclan
qub labored aasidiously tor
to ihi« cause of disease * r thirty w*
Ad its remedy,
As » result he has
eases originate ia $' discovered that dls
parasites* Now it ,«*rms, or in p.aln wonts,
to be sceptical 9' any persona are disposed
be convinced n this point they can soon
uiioiosoope, ' . by the use of a powerlu
and uot a • that this is an absolute tact,
vvhatcou) mere assertion This being to
tor's tli' d be more natural than viu £>oc
you inr v*>ry, viz: <*ic cure the diseas*
I)r. F destroy the par. sited causing it?''
abif • alne, alter years ot study, has iaer
j to take Osoi e, the great dealt: -giving;
y -mem ol the air, and reduce it u a
iquid iorm it is an absolute rare 101
u Atarrh, oe destroy lag the germs cau^iiif?
rt. The same in regard to thai tecnii:!*
scourge, Diphtheria, and th>s disease It
deadly, simpo eeeause the pai-astiev
• tUsihg il ah: allowed, nom tue waul u
proper Leaimeirt, t«> remain in ihe mom*
brano, when il they were destroy d, nai ur j
would in all cases do the rest. Their ot
»traction Ozone will positively accompabh.
It produces better results in consumption
than any other known remedy, ana il
used before the total uestruction ol the
lungs will produoe a cure. The same ot
Cancer and other diseas es. Ozone as a dls
in/feet * nt has no equal lor the body or flick
room.
,.
il was nrst discovered by Huhoenbeln in
to**, u it*). Andrews anu LAI ot.uAued
»w-Al quantities ol it (Tow Oxygen, ir
uioans ol piessuie. it isassei Led by l.oew
dud Odllng that Osoue coulaius tbAe
atoms olox/geu white ihelaite ,b»g twu
atoms, aud ihat by com pi e-slug It to oue
ihlrd of Its volume oaoue is lornitd,
■vsone hue also been produced by passing a
series or uleoinc sparks through Oxygen
oas ; by applying Permanganate ol Potaa
sa In .-lUipnuric Acid; by burnlug Phos
phoius lu Elbe ; or b^ urcln , airthrougl.
a so ution ol Blood, Ether. Perinaiiiianat
«f Potassa and t'hnsphorus.
Oxygen represents i-6th ol the atinoa
phere; Osone, l mou h part. One thousand
qaurls, or 48 cubic tuei ol air are consumed
by a person every twenty-tour hoars.
Hohoebelo named the substance which he
discovered Osoue. from the Ureek wot
'•Oaein,"signifying to smell. He supposed
that It wai OX'-ger, tnu.ii active aid lifyloy
electro-uei'u'Aou state jly observations q
not warrant taeio oomolusiohs as »ub
stances (such rh Cniorato ol Potassi., etc.,;
Ulaiyliiid largequatitltfes of Oxygen giyu
but little Osone, while others prod nor g
producing little or no Oxygen y ield laig
quantities of Osone. 'i'hemosthighly oz,m
iztd organic bodies are Oedar- Wood, Pine
leaves, Blood, etc., etc ; of the ollneial
Alum, Hurphur, chlorine of hotfr,
otc - ma J' montioueu aa agents yioidipg
U80l, « R» abuuoanca. Osone may be in an
mkctureu from an ozonized bouiuis by
nhemloal affinity, llte evo.utlou 01 organic
mall ' ir ' and the laplu disimegratlon 01 all
ozonized substances, either uy means .oi
heat, eleotilolty or other lorms of toiCe.
'/zone Is the antiseptic principle ol eveiy
substance possessiug me power to pre-eive
animal aild vegetable structures iroiu de
cay. Ther,re»e;vaUveandpu'Uyins qual
ities of a yjirsoUs Aclu, cnlorld
Lime, Ale M u to the pressnoe
Of Ozone. tflP'
e oi
Dr Payn cau he «Kj£iolted daily at his
offloes in the fieahody Hotel Ninth slree
between Walnut and Spruce s treats Phila
delphia.
PEABoln HOTELS
The large aud ciegrtu i rl otei has been re
cently fitted in the most exquisite styie by
the the celebrated Proiessor Dulne. 'in#
Professor exercises a personal supervision
over every article oi roou wumh oone..
into the steward's dopurlruenL belore U ,s
given out to the cooks, .tiilu auu other m
uo.es ol die. are regu.any Inspected: lie no
noiwlthstanulug the large n umber ol guests
not a single o.se of drs.ase hasoccurreu,
and the invalid recovers with remarkable
faollity. The Frolesiur has thus converted
a Aret-class Hotel into a sanctuary o'
health instead ol a pest-house ol diseasu,
as Is frequently the case with Hotels, He
has the most experienced Mauageis, hi
t- ntive Wallets and scibl title i;,.oks, who
cater to the comfort, health and happiness
of the guests. Instead el 'he passions ana
morbid eppetiles, j he cnarges are In keg p
ing with t ,e limes, being 82 per day le i a
room and three mculs Booms withe u.
boar
irom
per week. He'm
d, irom af ;euts to a. Weekly boaro,
l it to 812. Bourn without rooms, 65 0
>. tickets or62.
open day and »kIh- ihe oars runnuix
, asi, too doort an /ey , asseugers to or ir. w.
anv.'ot the d«f /*-./»
of the i'll.
D b. FIT R '8 VEGEXALBE RHEU
MATIC REMEDY.—Is the perscrip.
tion of one of Philadelphia's oldest physi
cians, and Is guarau we J to cure in juma
tlsm, neuralgia, sciatica, pain, Buckaono,
sc. money retunded, by invigoraUng
the uerves, purl/jiug the blood,and aeu
raaslng poisouous ilt poslui lu the system.
By merit It has become n standard medi
cine, Suffering and money saved by uselng
It In time. Remember that Dr, Filler is
the only jmvaloian in America devoting
10 years to this one line of practice. Cure
warranted, Advloe gratis. 46 Honth Foot It
street.
From the Earliest Ages
mJKOFU.ua hue oven the bane, ana as it
were, the curse of mankind, Moses, In the
18th chapter of Leviticus, lays down ?
explicit rules on this disease. So terrible
and loathsome had it been considered then
that a person known to be Infected with it
would not be allowed U mix with society
The Jews regarded it a* a divine infliction
and beliovea there was no cure for It, It
was then theslnsofa youth ora divlatlun
from the paths of virtue were punished aa
tong as life lasted Happily in our day.
the sience of medicine has been developed
the great storehouse of Nat ure furnishes a
remedy, the disease is stripped of Its ter
ror by tbeuse oftheSAMAl.ITAN'SRQ.OT
AND HERB JUICES, and the Vienna ol
Sorofula, Uloers, Soros, Pimples, Blotohea,
Titter, etc,, can be restored to sound health
in a few weeks. That there are thousands
now whose conditions aro as bad as those
M the dark ages we are well awars. Sab
iow ail to flud a cure as wt ll as they did
Jien, To all such the Samaritan's Root
md Herb Juices will prove a happy boon,
eradicating all impurities from the blood,
and making the complexion bright and
.nalthy, A few bottles will remove pim
ples or blotohea, thereby doing away with
osmeties anri powpera, ROOTANDHERB
JUICES 61.66 per bottle: Sent by expreaa
to any address:
er y
DESMOND 6 (JOt

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