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post Off its Hours,
fromSAB A.M\tort® P.
Office open
PrivateBoxeeaooesslble until 10 P. M.
art NT) aY 8.—OP* n from • to BA. "J.,anc
*v 3 §Bo£m MMMlbtefrom 6 to • P. M
MAILS CLOSE.
rav Mall on Wilmington and
Kuin toVtt^eWn
^jyjbington, ftftd ftlj points
"y n MMito jtoigjto?eni , t
Wdaiphiffi..™ -w "
Mall on DelpW»> e WesUrn^^
hrongh Mail to">wTj3eip'hia
and *ew York, and all point*
Vagf And W..•*••»«••* HI* *•**
hrough Mall to Baltimore and
Washington and all points
goath and Southweet.............
hr" d «h Mall to Philadelphia
andTew York, and all points
^"^••Middiito^r
smvrna. Dover, Clayton,
Townseod, Delaware 'Iff, St „
and Wyonii iIa. ®,w •
id M£ii to eb iiulelphln
ana K*w tori, a'.d a » polnU „
m Ar th Kft8t an . ' ki>i IJ.5
•brounh Mall «o ■%' irn..re and
Washington a d » < points
youth and Bouluwr-*t. §.30
815, *•
8.16. *'
to
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12.15.
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8.15
ew
ro
AILS ARRIVE AND READY FOB
DELIVERY.
ray Ma'l from Wllmingum and
Northern R.R.from Reading
■^^mSSto'SiSfc
more# ^asnlngton. and all
oaris of the country except
Delaware aod Eastern Hhore
oou tles in Md....................
Peulusuiar Mall, North of Wy
oming Delaware,..
Philadelphia and New York.
'and all points North, East and
ray Mail from FhiiAde^ftiftsP® 9J0, ••
alvimore Way Mall, Western
Shore, Md„..10- 1 *
altlmore, Washington aud all
poiuts South and southwest.,,. 1.00, P. ]
Llladelphla and New York and
a^f points North, East and^ ( _
ou*De'laware"wsatsrn ' ^ u
5.45, A. M.
....8.45, X
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9 80,
^a^itiiii from Criiiflsid," Md.,
(Del. K. R., ..••••••
altlmore A Washington and all
points Heuth,-... ..8.16
hllanelnhlft. New York, »nd
poi« - s Nortij East and w est.... 8,15,
The Letter Cam-1 swill make their ds
vsrles as lollewi 8.80 and 10.16 n. m..
nd 1-16 and 4.80. p. m.
Local Lettersfor Carriers' delivery should
deposited lu Post Office 10minutes be
ta* hour delivery.
5.00, "
WM. H. PYLK,
POSriUSTZB.
— ■■ *■
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The advsrtleei a reUrsdphrtlcan having
provident,La lyidlaooversd. While a Medieal
Mbslonery In fcoutoarn Asia, a very aim
KffiSSgfWS.iS'sSC&St
Bronchit*. Catarrh, ana all throat and
lung affections, also a positive and radical
specific fur N«- voup Cpmpiaiut* foe 1 * R ">*
duty to make It known to hi* sufisrlng fel
lows. Aotuated by thisi naAlve, he will
cheerfully send (Ire# of charge) to all who
desire It. «te-receipt for preyar ng. and
f»U directions for successfully usin'- this
provldenuafly dfseovered remedy. Those
who wish to avail themselves eflhe bene
flts of this disoovery without oosls, can do
by; return mall, by addressing, with
" P DC OH ARLES P, MARSH ALL.
, „ .-^'ISSKCSV.
cm the TMtk Overtake * Ua
ivsetlgat'oh disclose* the fact that the
,y reported In the Associated Free* dle
tohes, about Aug. 10th, to have died in
hloage after two wssks' ase of tome rs
ifnctnrsu la Bufiblo. N. T.,
so
,.
by the Bnoer
igned. We have already sold oyer 100,
» bottles of it* It has. therefo«T been
tken by thousands, .and wo oballenge
roof that It hat ever harmed any body,
nless the reduction of obese persons from
) tr #0 pounds, leaving them healthy and
dered a misfortune. Fur
irsby offer I6,t00 reward for
og that It contains polson
URorinJurtOnslngredlants. Weafoooffer
5*000 If we cannot prove that It has.reduoed
lumber of persons as Stated herein, and
J ways without Injury. lJle said a 11a will
>uttra vsl the truth any time, but we trust
hat those newspapers that have misled
he public by saying that physicians
ilbuted the lady'(death to the use ol
Vnti-fet (which la only put up by Us.
erm "/•mil-Fat', being onr trade-mark),
will correct the false Impression they h*v#
jonveyed, bv publishing this refutation
BOTANIC MEWCfNE CO.^
tiong. is co
Vi
at
the
Anti-Fat Chemically Examined.
The analytical chemist. W. B. Da* kb, of
■ufTalo, tf. Y-, recently analyzed Allan 6
.htt-Fat, and gave the following:
CERTIFICATE.
I have subjected Allans Antl-Fst to
uemloal analysis, examined the process
f its manufacture and can truly s«y that
be Ingredients of which it Is compos d are
ntlrety vegetable, and cannot but «ot
rably upon the system, and it 1" well
mated to attain the object Of whloh It
tnteded.
bold by druggists.
WVB, DRAKE, Chemist,
v.
leu
UeOB AND GROW FAT."
This ancent Mt of advloe la well enough
>r 'spare" people, but how sbout those
bat are already too f What la to become
rtnem? *iltsttU anif»'H tell you. After
.tending thr ugh
tigatlou and toll
chemist, (I# 0.
iivsn to the world
■everal humfred
as^ thlegrea. *• art* never fall yd
educe a corpu. .a fr<m three to
itx i ou nils ntjr we , (aperfectly hann
es- and p&iJt.v- j v u'.w .•nil.- drktlby.dTOg
tlsfa. • r I) '... jnnUriio 10 .'Hi r.riliiqcts
-WgnWJffiipil I III 'llllililOU.
M
any expert ents.; ,-*■
■ nths of pstt -i ' fro
le celebrated >ii * ! It
llan. has per A" a >"'■*
i
to
• ns:*
ApwAtonm
Aaa.I
Mtpy,
rroanranmiATStrsa
torr ,wai beBsMffitsdM sur Expense.
IKBMTfA CO„ Agents
•*
PEN A!*D8CI8SOB8i it a"
' ■ " . t ■ - ■ '. ..,■•■ ■
Pot l«»T A* lit«le torches.
That they sarrisd in parade)
Hat* and sap* hang ih the cellar,: ' '
Politics i« in the shade.
Flan and banners tie a string to,
Hang the silk kats on a shelf; -
Git* a reet to bands of mnsio,
Ten know bow it is yourssli
The Saltan hu appointed Pasha Baker
one of his aid decamps.
The father of the belie of 8t. Louis has
just failed for $200,040.
It is estimated that 8,000,000,000 cups
of tea are swallowed annually in this
eonntry.
Burlington Hawkeys:—"One of the sad
dest and most vexatious trial* that some to
girl when she marries is that she h«m to
discharge her 'mother and depend
hired girl."
Teacher. "Now, ifhat is the meaning of
the ward chasm ?" Pupil. "It as an open
ing." Teacher. "Favor with an example "
Punil. "The Paris Exhibition had a chasm
at the beginning of May?'
*
H
oi
'•v
on a
i i.
The attempt on the King's life serves ••
an opportunity to hit out at the Spanish
Liberal papers, four of which, including
the Imparcial, which bad ihe largest cir
culation in .the, country, have been sus
pended.
Two surveying parlies are now engaged
the routes 'or the proposed Delaware
and Chesapeake ship canal. One of he
routes being surveyed has Us starting point
Bread Kiln oreek, on the Delaware Bay,
via Harringtoh lo Queenatown. The other
its starting point at the headwater* of
Mispillion creek, in Delaware, to a point
Skipton, on the Wye river, in Talbot
county. The last named surveying party
passed over the Choptank, about a mile
above Denton.
r. I
on
\
!
has
s
near
A DAY OF THRILLING EXCITE*
MENT.
The Detroit Post of Nov. 2d, says i The
four muted barge Rutter went down un«
expectedly on Thursday night about a hell
a mile from tha lads short, having forty
men on board. In the storm at daylight
the mtn wtre seen clinging to the masts.
They were evidently flat growing* be
nemed, and every minute the waves broke
over them. Not a tug iu the Ludington
harbor would venture out. The etorm wu
terrific.
Finally, Captain Kendrick offered to
make an attempt. He went out in a gov
ernment tug, towing a life boat. Occaai
sionally neither craft could h* seen. The
crew from the life aaving station at Point
Sable arrived at this time and tried to
au
shoot a line over the vessel from A mortar.
The whol* morning {jawed. At 2 o'clock
in the afternoon the life boat succeeded in
shooting alongside the masts and seven
men dropped safely in. The life boat then
came ashore like a rocket, and hundreds
hundreds ef men bore her through
upon
the surf. . . .
Captain Morgan's life saving erew.then
started out aftsr the other thirty-threemen
on the wreck, but it seemed of no avail.
Every time the life boat missed its, mark
and was driven ashore. Just at sundown
another start was made, the line fell safely
in frozen hande.and one after one the worn
out men crawled over Ihe boat's side, to the
joy of »he great throng of men, women
and children who blackened the beach for
miles.
FORGING TELEGRAPHIC REs
TURNS.
A special from Columbia, Pa., Nov., 8th,
says: This morning, Owen Clark, of this
borough, was arrested for forging telegra
phic returns sent from Lancaster, Pa., to
several newspapers in New York, Phila*>
delphia and Cincinnati. It seems that
Clark sent telegrams giving large Dtmoa
oratie majorities, which turned out to be
false. He signed the name of Hayes Grier
to the despatches. Grier will succeed J.
Sanderson in the Auditor General's office*
at the end of ths year at Harrisburg. Con
siderable excitement wai created over the
affair. lark is a young man 21 years old,
he having just voted on age, and is respect
ably connected. The accused was held for
trial under bail of $1000. The trial will
commence next month.
TO THOSE WANTING CLOTHES.
Quinn and Adani both learned the same
trade; but Quinn could beat Adaru at tai
loring, and give him odds every time. If
anyone doubts this, call upon him. We
WM. H, QUINN,
The Merchant Tailob;
Nh. 1.22 Market street.
You will there find a choice and well
selected stock of all kinds of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Wiiioh by the artistic employee of Quinn
jthe Tailor, will be fashioned into garments
pure to impn ve ihe appearance, and pro
ioote Ihecomfortof the wearer.
P ■- j Prices to suit the enforced econoni; ot
P ?he times, is the the rule with
i Wm.H, QUINN,
Merchant Tailob.
No. 122 Market Street.
mean
r
1 FAT FiOPI.E'8 fl I-FORTUNES.
> gome ofthe savage trines enter their
dwellings through a hole In the 'oof and
whe j a person beo imes so fat that "e can
not get lu. be is regarded as an outlaw.
Had this system been adopted In the
UBited States, the 'out-laws could
have made a more active demandfor ai
lan'a Anti-Fat than now exists. Hundreds
Ugjj
HIP
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* I L . HOI.
eliooO I
, 8 3 O 1 fl *1
ham a r /J
lioY % £.'*» d
folk
Ijli'.'i ay!
I
a i
i/Itdig
Stall Steamship Co's Steamer
JATE OF PENNSYLVANIA,
STATE OF VIRGINIA,
STATE OF ALABAMA
I
BTaTE OF LOUISIANA,
STATE OF NEVADA,
STATE OF INDIANA
STATE OF GEORGIA,
\
Sail Weetly,
!
BBTWKKW
s
New York & Belfast,
Glasaow & Liverpool.
I
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The shortest, safest and most expsdltlons
route to all point# In I
GREAT BRIM IRELAND.
C
THB CONTTNBNT
THROUGH AT LOW
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO
*P
, GENERAL AGldlTB,
72 Broadway, IS aw York.
GIO. O'BYRNE A CO., Agt*s, I
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. 508 8. PLEY STREET! )
Wltmln tot Del.
WOMAN.
praotloe, extsndlne thmnf'Ti»
Serlod of jr**r», having within that time treue.1
t»ny thousand case* of ttioss dl-eaui peculur
b woman, 1 have been enablod to nerfoot »
mo«t potent and agresable medicine that rnvnu
ths Indications praaeuted by Uiat class of dis
eases with positive certainty and exactness.
Bv an Immense
To designate this naturel spsolflo com pound,
I have named It
The term, however, is but a leeble expression
of my high appreciation of tta value, based upon
eorreT 1 ! Save,'while** tnewta* Us positive re
sulu lit the few special disoases Incident to ibe
separate organism of worn an, singled It out as
the ellmai or crowning gens of my
medieal career. On Its merits, as a post
tlve, safe, and effectual remedy for thla class
bf dlsaasee, and one Uiat will, at all times and
under all clrcumatanoes, act kindly and In har
mony With)the laws Erlich gojem the female
svstem. I am wUUbk to stake my reputation as a
p'liyslefat. Nay, even more, so oonftdent am 1
that it will not disappoint the most sanguine
expoctaUont of a single Invalid lady who use* it
for any of the ailmenU for which I recommend it,
that roller and sell It under A POSITIVE
GUARANTEE. If a bencflolal effect la not
cxncrienced by the time two-thirds of the oon
Santo off the bottle a.e ased, I will, on tetnrs of
tho bottle, two-thirds of the medicine haring
been taken aeoordlng to directions, and the cats
herns one for whloh 1 recommend It, promptly
refund the money paid tor tu Had I not tha
most perfect confidence In itaTlrtues, I oould not
ouer Has I do under those conditions; but hav
Inir witnessed Its truly mlraoulou* oures In thoi^
aands of cases, I feel warranted and
perfeetlr sale In risking hoik my
reputation and my money on lfo
nterita.
The following are among those diseases In
which my favorite Prescription has
worked cures, aa If bv mngto, and with a cer
talnty never before attained by any mtolclne:
LeuoorrhmA Excessive Flowing, Painful
Monthly Periods, Suppression* when from un
natural causes, Irrsgufarltlse, Weak Bask, Pro
lapsus, or falling ofTheUteruaAntovirslontmd
Rotroverilon, Bearing Down feenaattoni, !*'«
nal Heat, Nervous DenreMlon,DeblllQ;,De3
pondency. Threaten^ Mlsosjriage, Chropls
Congestion, Inflammation and Ulceration of the
Uterus, Impotency, Barrenness, or SterUte.Fe
rrs.r Weakness, and very "V?I
lUse-ises Incident to woman not mentioned here.
•i all affections of thla nature, ®T Favorite
rrescripil.u works cures—the marvel of
the world. This medicine I do not extol as a
cure-all, but It admlrably fuifllU a eldgle
neee of purpose, being a most perfect
speclflo In aU ohronlc dlsesses of the *cxual ays
tern of woman. It will not disappoint, nor w ill
lt do harm, in any state or oondltlon.
Those Who desire further Information or
these subject* can obtain It In TM-Pzorj.K .1
CoMMOiv Bausa Mhdioai. ADyiaan, a book
bf over goo piuros. sent, post-paid, or roooipt
of $150 11 treata minutely of thorn dlseasot
peculiar to Females, and.gives much valnabla
Advice in regard to the management ol those
affection*. _
, HVORTTF FBUBBOBimON »IB
a v ai.i. DBlWfUn*.
B.Y. PIERCE, I D,Wr,
BUFFALOS*/,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
DRY €KY)I>8, AC.
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The
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M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
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SM UMR KTBEET.
HAS THB HONOR TO ANNOUNCE
Wednesday 4 Thursday
OCTOBER 9th & 10th,
OF
OPENING DAYS
1878 Fall Season 1878
.
We propo»e to open the i season,
by offering at a moderate advance on
t ^ e cct, a choioe lilt?,
IMPORTED
PARIS & BERLIN
iJ CLOAKS.
by
Ig
of the most stylish and tasteful de
•igr»>
product* of the European markets.
More than usual effort has been made
embracing the handsomest
I to make this opening a success,
I 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
[th* newest and best goods at the
lowest possible price*.
it
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o*
®jasa®ife
Sets
EiZE
%3X
os
PELLETS."
o a o
9 0 0
e
Or Sn gar-Coated, Cwneentrated# Kot.l
and Herbal Jnt«e, Autl-Bllleu*
Grannies. THE " HtTlI GIANT
I CATHARTIC, or Nulinsi In Parvo
I Physic.
I The novelty of modem Msdlcal, Chsmlesl, and
I Pbarmaoentioal eclence. No tu» ot any longer
taking the large, repulsive, and nauseous pH »,
composed of oheap. oru«l«, and '"P* 11 !;
I ents, .when we can,
I chemical Scleuco, oxtraot k
other medicinal propertles from lhe imoet'val
able roots and herbs, and ooneentraiethem Into
» minute Oranule, !*&£**£» J
I mustard seed, that tan at readily awailowsu
I bythoseofthemoatsenalttTSatemaflhaMd^
tidlous tastes. Kach
I represents, In a most conoermrated *«";•*1""5"
I eatliartlo power as It embotUed to »ny Of the
large pills frond for sale
I theirwondsrfsl oatharUotoareitj tosomperlson
| to thefr alse, people who havwnolUIsd them are
apt to suppose lGiwttow nrwfcMM » draotlon
I effoet; Ipa suehUnot ataMUseOttyB.thsdlffweiU
I aottve nUdlolnAl prlnciples of Wbioh Oj7 » r *
I ootnpossd being »i> harmomaed and Bsaeuflod,
I one by tb® oUiers, Si lo prodsoe h 1 p ost
I eoerching and Mtorcwgl*. yet jiMUf
I and kindly operating, oatnarfle.
I *500 Reward I* hereby offered by the pro
1 & m9e9 paueta, tn any ehsmlst who,
I p analysts, will find In ttem any oalomel or
I Xsr forms of meroury, mineral pouoa, or bi
I Jurlous drug.
I He Ing entirely vegetable, uopartteulsr
I 1( required while using them. They oper
■ at# without dlstnrbonoe to the oonatitntion, diet,
I occupation, for Jnundlee, Headache,
l g; on( tipatlon, Impure Blood, Fair)
I Jn (he staonldere, Tightness O* tho
1 f.j, w t, Dlzzlueou, Boar Ernetatlons
I ff^m the Stomach, Rad tasto lu the
I man t|,, Bilious attache# Pain la re
giou of Kidneys, Interact Fever,
Blouted feeling about Btomacb,Rush
I o( B Iood to Head, Hlgh-eolored
I gjrlne, Unsoeiabiltty and Gloomy
forebodlage, take Dr. Pierce's Pleaa
I J, nt purgauve Pellets. U explanatlsn of
I " # rame Jj a i power ol my Purgative Pellets
I r , vor m great a variety of diseases, I wish to say
I their action upouthe animal
i« 0 nomy le universal, not a gland or
■ lM| escaping their sanative lat,
I pre(ai <foc« not impair ths properties of
I P PeilsU. They are sugar -costed and 1n
closed In glass bottles, their vdrtues being tbere
by preserved nnlmpalred for any longth of Ume,
^ ", y dimate, oo that they are Gway. fresh
aB d reliabla TUI* 1* not lhe ease with
I U >]} B ^hioh art pRt up in cheap wooden or
^vljslxard boxes. ReooUeot that tor aU dls.
I J w uer» a Laxative, Alterative- or
Ergative, k Indicated,'theee llMle Peltote
I will 51v* the most perfect setlafaottea to all who
me itirm.
| They are said by all Druggist* a*
1
tkoss
EDUCATION At'
V. SI
1JOHK1 H'B aUADKMY,
BTIIUT HILL. PHILADBLrtP.a,
]
Under the care or the Sisters ot St, JO ttk
The course of i -retraction includes ai h«
wranohesofause. nl and Christian ms w
Annual pension for Board nd Tntttos
WOO. For further particulars, address, > v
MOTHER MARY JOHN
nave
the
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of
our
sepi-iy
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•id
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reopens September 2nd, for the 87th term,
information, write or call in business
re from 8 to 9 a. m. or 4 to 6 p. m
iRANDY'WINE SEMINARY.
INSTITUTE BUILDING.
ns MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1»W
be
and
what
tor's
you
Dr.
able
it.
Have opened a store,
„ , .
No. 504 Tatnall street,
Where they Will keep oajhahd at all
times,
_ It
FURNITURE, BEDDING, MAT- than
TRESSES, CHAIRS, TABLES, I
CARPETS, OILt)feOTHS, I
STOVES, Ac. I
* :/l I
Fmnlturo ^ store P °They *afso°keep r, a'good I
land
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J. 4 J. it.
NO. 410 KINO Street,
WIL MINGTON DEL.
Ope
EIGHTH AND MARKET STB.,
W; S. McNAIR, Pitnclpal;
If
»ugl3-tf
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FUBNITUBE.
I W. & D. MeElwee,
FURNITURE!
n
.
The Largest and Cheapest Assortment I
Furniture and
L. F IDA IB'S,
I
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and
206 SHIPLEY STREET
•ssortmsnt ofrsady made
_,_ ,0 in nix a nr elecance I
by any Wilmington Furniture hoqse.uav^ I
ing had the damage ofthe late are, white i
nsarly destroyed his laotory repaired, and I „
Ig now ready to execute all orders prompt \
^'Warerooms 207 Market and 208 Shirley
street. My-'-tr. . I

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No. 207 MARKET
PIANOS, ORGANS, AC.
VICTORIOUS! TRIUMPHANT!
Aits* at thb |
mSSuMT- unrivalled Grand Upright
and Square Pianos, the reelptentsofamr®
than sixty flist Premiums and Gold and
Silvet Medals, laeludlngtheMedalofMer
it and Diploma of H#n<n: at the oenwn i
nlal Exposition In 1870, have eghleved a) I
the Expo»itlon Uulyarselle. Paris, 1878,1
over all Amerlsan and many foreign coni
petltors, their |
ths I
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MEDAILLE D> ARGENT AND A.DIF
LOME D'HONNEUR. I
__
grand crowning TRIUMPH.
or
Together w«h a Speslal CsrSltasat
.* H>ritto Jacob Wre-s, -uperlotend-1
ent ofthe Stuff Factory, lor his extra
"'"lnaryazUl displayed lu eVe'T Part ol|p
ir ohnsttuotlou. the whole form ug " I
add Award, higher by far_than I
for* tl»"" I
UMut of any oilier Amorloon Exliiblt. I
and demonstraiing beyond doubt.the lui
superiority of the Stieff inetru-1
mens©
^Tne^'Stleff" combines every quality ne-1
eessaay for perfoctlon In aPlauo.Harick
grandi mellow aud powerlul tone has never I
oeen excelled by auy other |
Especially In the treble does Ihe Htleff I
Plano show It* superiority over all others, I
by the holl-:lke olearneas, sweetness and
Blnclng quality of tone, which lend to It an I
ineBtlmahle oharm. For quickness ol re
sponse to the finger and evenness ot touch
ihroughout the euUre scale, faultless a, -1
lion, unsurpassed durability and _ artistic
finish, this Plano has Justly earned a world I
wide reputation. I
SECOND HAND PIANOS of all makes |
qcustantly In s< osk. at from *75 to. ,*800.
Sole agent for the Southern States of the
Peloubot, Pelton A Co„ and other makes
of ORGANS.
Catalogues of Pianos or Organa sent on
Addrew -
,
MLirMXEJ* 1* yOUR CELLAR.
•WOOD BY TUECORD OR CARGO.
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Maine
CHAS, M. STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
Baltimore, md,
hi.'
Enterprise and Willair
Penn Coal
r oof OF FOURTH STREET,
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. - C Ojnort Islr-qa j*
J XKt GVSt 't :Y. mil
me world movss, so doe science. Wo
nave long been accustomed to read that
the want ot Ozone in the atmosphere Wda
the odtue Of the plat ue, of cholera, small
sa.'Ba»is , 'iKS?
ortt avitianed condition OP the air we
brtetne- How to equalise the idlsturben
condition ofthe air we breathew'a healthy
tone, ®r supply its health glvthg ltmotlons
a problem which oocupied the,best nanus,
of tne medical profession ln pirlr, Vleutife,
Berlin, Dublin and Edinburg, as welt «e
our own sohools for a generation or more.
Professor Wm. A. Paine, A. M. J , M. T ii } ; a
highly educated and culUvated phystCU'U.
vered that illlf w
lnpTainwomd^ >
Its
.r
be ha* disco
In germs, or
srr;«Kn u sgf;2S"«s?s?ffl<'
be convinced, by ; the use of A BoAnWuv
microscope, that this le an absolute^frct,
and not a mere assertion This being so
what could be mere natural thin the Doc
tor's theory, via: "To cure the disease
you mustdestroy the parasites causing It?"
Dr. Paine, after years of Study, has beet 1
able to take Ozone, the great heaOb-glvlna
element of the air, and reduce it to a
liquid form. It is «h absolute cure: lor
Oatarrh, be destroying the germs causing
it. The same lh regard to that fearful
d^dlyt* ?^r^e th Ven«^
oauslug It are allowed^ from the want ot
propair treatment, to reinhln in the mem
woulS Tnjd/cMe/ do^2ie resif T^elrSe
struCtion Ozone w ill positively accomplish.
It produces better resuttS In consumption
than any other known remedy, and!*
piSdn^ a ouTe ir^s oi
ctnoer and other diseases. Oaone aa ft dig*
in/ectant hfts no eqiud for the body or iftok
room; ' g B •
It was first dis«>vered bv Behoenbeto in
land Odllng that Oeone contains three
I atoms ofOxygen, while the latte alias two
1 atoms, and that by compressing. It to. osw,
| third of Its volume Ozone. If formal.
| ozone has also been produced by passing a
H4RBAHte|sSiSiS#r
SKaofSK'SKT'SSSSW
Potassa and Phosphorus. t , 0 „ . . , „. }TO
I
f!
I represe^Mth
I Soboebsto named the snbetanee wtiebJie
| discovered Ozone from the Greek, W«»v
••Ozetoj" Bignfrymg to smell. He pul
that it wa^iygen than active and
eleotro-negatlvS stato.,My obServatlbi
not warrant eonolusloDs. an edfrf 1
etanoes (such tfa Cnlorate of Potassa, eto.,)
that yield lasgeQpamUttos .'Of Oxygen give,)
but little Ozone, while others producing
, producing Utue <w ap Pxygen yleld
quantities Of Ozone.' ThehaostWghQyOZO^
l^or^od^ar^C^-Wo^.Kn^
2E££B&
I abunuance. Ozone taa> be nian
I ure(J from Jj| ozonized boalew ay
i chemical ft ffiriity,tbe evolntlon ol organic
I „ lattBV aut[ ra pld disintegration ol all
\ 0:toniteA gu t} S umces, either by, means of
^zone^ftoe^antS^UO^clnclpIeV
I substance possessing the pbwr to preserve
ammnl an
cay. The
Ilttes of 8
I Lime, Alo
I of Ozone.
I Dr Payne can be conflnited dally at bis
offices m the Heabody Hotel Ninth, stree
between Walnut and Spruce sUeeta Phlla
I delyhla.
jJ<T?
preservative and purifying qual
. ti «r -inoir t
■WO-i-lU-; 1 C: it
PEABOBY H<QTE3L*
| .pi,* large and eiegantHotel has beea re
" bfl^wSShwMte
over ^rdibdoparunelnt 1 before it . ■*
i,jj ee ooks. MUk anfl other at •
^ 0 l diet are reguianyloHiceocd: LsiiCi
i tW ithfltamllnjrUi© large numbei of gubbis
a) I ^ guigie ttib of dlsiase dan occutieu
ftnd Q, e recovers with remarkable
The Prolessor has thus OonvCrte i
| a g v „t-claas Hotel into a sanctuary so*
healthtusfoad Ota pesi-Uw
as te frequently the caseWitlr
I has the most experienced Mkna^rs, At
| tentlve Walters and soientlfio 0>K)K*4 Who
cater to toe comf ort, n y to and^^nehs
I ^orbla appe'tltes. The charges aielnkesiv
'JSS'
o
H#Rb> .
:
ro g m and three meals ' Romm wftotoht
board.frotn »0 lentsto 81. Weekly boar':,
troin to *12. Board w J' ,h '"V r .??S 8i
ol|p 6rwae k, be'tn v ;tickels. ur #*.
" I
I ©pen day a»d
I Open day a®d ight-.he earBiuhilLl
I past the ilbort m ^asieiigers to ' or m, if
Lmy.of the dot f—..** — •* a '
■ ■. 1 4, i ■ 111
ne-1 n.r j jyi# VEGJ8TALBE RHEUc
II j t $MEDV.-Is the PW*|iP.
I X^ a o1 y nl ladelp ri la' /oldest yhy i
| clans, and Is guaranteed to ctira rh:-Uh £i"
I tisni, neuralKia, sciatica, Tatn, Backftcuc,
I . i(l] , moae y refunded,' by Invlgdrat.n^
lU<J uer , ea , purHyuMj the hlocd.aad neu
an I .„i i-| n( . poisonous deposits in the sysuui.
re- B mer "t It has become a standard mcdl
^ e Sdfl'srliig ftnd,tooney sav^ by uselng
-1 time. ReHiember that Dr. fitlej ts
I, 0 n\y pnysiolan 4n America devoting
I w year g J, this one Hpe of A
I warranted. Advice gratis. 45 Soufn For. -.
| gtree t,
the
, „ „
on SCROFULA has been the bane^and M it
1 5 S«OT^v«I
that a person known to bo infected with
would not be allowed U * lx ,w 1 th
The Jews regarded Has a divinelnfllcUon
, , and believed there was Ho sure fW -'It.i It
I was then the sins of a youth or a divhtUo#i
I from the paths of virtue wepe punished as
I long as life lasted Happily In otix dky,
AND HERB JUICEa, and the vfolfntt ol
ISSS'SfflS?®
In a X^coUtlons^to^^S
then. To all Btrch the Sams H'aus Root
. and Herb Juices will prove a hawy boon,
giuaasas
il'llt:
.
From tlie Earliest Aged
it
md,
DESMOND A OO*.
H KaoWtoaeWFMbaTaWiMaj P,

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