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post Office Hours.
from 6.49 A. M', to 6.80 P.
Office open
^Private Boxes accessible until 10 P. M.
SUNDAY^.—Open iro n 8 to * A. M., am
Private Boxes accessible from 6 to 8 P, M.
MAILS CLOSE.
Way Mail on Wilmington and
Northern K. B-to Heading and
oolutsonthe Eftlmoro Ceut'1
h R. south of Ch add's l-ord;.,.
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lhrongb and Way Mails
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Through Mail to N. Y. and uuier
ooints North and East.. 9.00
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ware K. B. to Crtafle d , M(1.9.00
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and «ew York,at.. »!i point*
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ana New Yora. and all polata
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Through Mall lo Baltimore and
Washington and ail points
South and southwest,
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i adelpbla
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re and
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DELIVERY.
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Northern B. R. from Reading
and points North,...,................
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'more, Washington, and all
pans of the country except
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cou ties In Md. 6.45,
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oming Delaware,.9.80, '
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and all points North, East and
West....... 9 80, "
Way Mall from Philadelphia,Ps 9.80, '•
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Shore, ..10.U 1
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not is South and routhwest.,.. 1.00, P. M
p. lladelptiaand IsewYork and
n 1 points Nor h. East and
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(Del. fi.il,.....
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points South,..6.15
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poiafs North, East and West.... 6,15, "
Tbe Letter Carrie is will make their de
liveries as follows 6.89 and 10.16 a. Bl
and 115 and 4.80, p. m.
Looal Lettera for Carriers' delivery ehonld
eposlted la Pr.it Office 10 minutes be
ta e boat delivery.
5.45, A. M.
8.89,
'5.90, "
o*de
lore ■_
WM. M. PYLE,
POSTMASTER.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
advertisers retired physfean having
Lentla ly discovered, while a Medleal
_J J|rt In Southern Asia, a very aim
pie vegetable remedy tor the speedy and
permanent cure for Oor.snmDtlon, Asthma
Bronchlts, Catarrh, ana all throat and
lung affections, also a positive and radical
spec.fle for Nei vous Complaint* feels It *>.-•
-duty to make it known to his suffering fel
lows. Actuated by thin m tlye. he will
clieerfufly tend (free of charge) to all who
desire,It, the receipt for preparing, and
lull directions for successfully usln- this
providentially discovered remedy. Those
who wish Jo avail them-elves of the bene
tscovery without costs, can do
mall, by addressing, with
•Jhe
provide
Mission
fits of 1
so by
stamp.
Dr CHARLES P MARSHALL,
*°+"2SZX£t.
Can til* trail Overtake a Lie.
investigation disclose- the fact that th*
lady reported in the Associated Press dig.
p.tabes.shornt Ah* lOth. ti have died in
Chicago alter two weeks' use of some re
puted remedy foe corpulency, had not
taken Allan's Anti-Fat- but had used a
preparation put up by a l egolar physician
11 Luzerne, fa Allan's Anri Fat ii mam
utacturea Ut Buffalo. N. Y-, by the unoer
Signed. We have already sold over 100,
OOO bottles of It. It has therefore been
taken by thousands, and we challenge
proof that It has ever harmed any body,
unless the reduetlon of obese persons from
20 tr sO pounds, leaving them healthy and
HtH-ng. Is considered a misfortune. Fur
thermore, we hereby offer 81, 1 00 reward for
evtdeuoe showing that It contains poison
ous or injurious Ingredients. Wealsooffer
85,000 If we can not prove that It has.reduced
number of persons as stated herein, and
always without Injury. 13 Is said a lie will
outtravel tbe truth any time, but we trust
that those newspapers that have misled
the pnblio by saying that physicians at
'Tibuted the lady's death to the use of
Autl-fat (which Is only put up by us. the
term "Anil-Fat', being our trade-mark),
will correct the raise lmprerslon they have
—nveyed, bv publishing this refutation'
BOTANIC MEDICINE CO.,
Buffalo, N. V.
Antl Fnt Chemically Examined.
Tbe analytical chemist. W. B. Drake, of
buffalo, N. Y., recently analyzed Allan's
.Anti-Fat, and gave the following :
CERTIFICATE.
i have subjected Allan s Anti-Fat to
cnemlcal anal) sis. examined the process
of Its manufacture andean truly s»y that
the Ingredients of which it Is compos d are
8 oil rely vegetable, and cannot but act
fhvt rably upon thi system, and It la well
calculated to at*«'' the object of whlohlt
is lnteded,
Bold by drug..
. DRAKE. Chemist.
•"LAUGH - N'4« GROW FAT."
advice la well enough
for 'spare" pcopU. bui how shout those
that are already tool i ? What Is to become
of them? Sit st.lu and i'll tell you. After
y expert-meats, extending through
months of patient Investigation and toll
ike celebrated anoalyiteal chemist, J. G.
Allan, has perfected and given to the world
Anti-gat. litas far in Several hundred
cases this great remedy has never felled to
reduce a corpulent person from three to
six pounds per week. It Is perfectly harm
-ss and jiositl vel J efficient. Bold by drug
gists.
v,
Thl* ancient b „
wan
"Jin sn uurr thb bMt.
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CIOR M !
roa mmEPIATD wa
Is ffldorsed by ev, IV ,
DtH^KBNT A (X>., Agenfe
PA
ITT
Aunt Mary.
BT L. L.
"Mary, the Pride of the Lily; ship
•toy!"
How Aunt Mary started as she heard
the familiar shout of her lover ? She bad
been for some t'me anticipating his retarn
fr^m the Past Jodies, and yet his at rival
was unexpected, for the homeward voyage
had p-oved one of the quickest the Lily
had ever made, acid there were no el 'etric
telegraps in those days.
Aunt Mary was very fond of Captain
Helaardt.
When a boy he had saved her from
drowning, and she kau loved him ever
since. He was so frank, so open hearted.
And she? Well, as a girl she was very
p etty, but as she grew up she became
really beutiful. Hers was a face which
seemed created for a poet to describe. _ It
would have served as a model for a pain
ter.
Bat Aunt Mary wt* more than beautiful
she was good.
Captain Helsardt was not the only one
who loved ner; we were all rivals of bit
for she was a maiden whom everyb d»
adored*
Her smile brought sunshine into ue
dullest family; wherever she appeared all
seemed peace and happiness.
We were not much surprised when we
learned that the captain hsd asked her to be
his wife, and that she had consented to his
wish.
If there was a man whom we should have
chosen for husbaud, it was Captain Hel
sardt.
But he had to make another voyage to
India before the wedding took place.
However, the Lily was a good strong ship,
and he waa a brave and skillful captain.
One voyage more, and then he would
give up the seafaring profession. Only
another voyage.
Aunt Mary wished him not to go. With
moistened eyes and faltering lips sbe ex
pres ed her fear that, if they were separ
ated before their marriage, they would
never meet again. Sbeknewit was foolish
but she could not help it.
Captain Helaardt laughed at her misgiv
ings. He wag not afraid of the sea. N
be, indeed. - • - 7 ■
So Aunt. Maiy strove to emile, but I
could that ahe waa far trom being reassured.
She did not wish to make her lover miser-,
able.
When the hour of parting came, ehe
could scarcely tear herself from his arms.
As the Lily sailed proudly but of the port,
ahe waved her hankerchief. It was aos
gwered by her lover from the deck of his
vessel.
At that momenta passing cloud obscured
the briiliancy of the sunshine.
Wai it an omen of danger ?
ot
«
*
»
l
*
sed
Spring and Summer had pas
away, ami the woods were deco ated v
the rich mellow tints of Autumn, when the
news arrived that Captain Helsardt was
coming home.
Coming home I How Aunt Mary's heart
nt for joy I Never had I seen her look
so happy.
He was coming back. How she cried in
very delight I She couldn't help it. The
would had a*sin become full of hope and
sunshine to her.
It #as night when Captain Helsardt ar
rived in port, but he did ro wait for day
light. The moment his ship wse safe at
anchor he sas rcfwed to land, and shortly
afterward was hsatenig, as fast as a post
chaise and a pair ot gallant greys could
bear him, to town.
How impatient he was, to be sure I
The minutes seemed like hours, and the
hours like days.
But the house was reached at last.
''Would he have some refreshment?"
Hang the refreshments! He wanted to
see Aunt Mary; to give the old, lamiiiar
hail: "Mary, the Pride of the Lily; ship
ahoy I"
But how silent seemed the house in
which bis idol resided I
The blinds were down, and yet it was
middsy.
What did it mean?
His hand trembled as it touched the
knocker. His heart began to be filled
with a strange, mysterious dread.
The door is opened.
In a moment he understands it all.
Aunt Mary is dead.
The fever had seized her in the midsl of
her joycus anticipation, and her cold, life
less corpse was lying in one of the roome
above.
How Captain Helsardt bore his great
trial, I know not. He never spoke to any
one, but sat night and day bv the dead
body of the woman he had loved.
They brought him food, but he would
not partake of it.
At tbe funeral his ghastly pallor terri
fied us. He was as a man from whose heart
ever
The
with
lea
ery hope had become forcibly wrenched.
Ho did not weep. His grief was too
heavy for tears. All he said was "Gone,
gone 1'
After the funeral he was missing. We
sought for him in vain. Nobody could
discover the least trace of him.
Years passed away, and I had becom
woman. . ,
"Come," said little Nellie, "let us vi*it
Aunt Mary's grave."
I could not refuse my darling. As we
approached the grassy mound we saw tbe
body of a man lying across it.
It was Captain Hel-ardt.
I spoke to him. But there was no reply.
He was dead !
TIN ENVELOPE8.
The last new Invention Is a tin envelope.
This new Invention It recommended by the
government as a very useful means of trans.
porting through the post offices such artl
cles as needles, samples of fl rnr, sugar and
I other pert-bable articles. It Is so arranged
t h.t Ii can be closed securely and at tbe
same tim* permit the poet office officials to
examine its contents.
Capa May's fire occurred oo the 6th an
ireriary fit Bo*too'* biaje.
PEN AND SCISSORS.
the turkey gobbler ewelletb
In conceit o'er hie high living,
Not knowing that hie turkeyship
la intended for Thanegiving.
New Haven claim* the girl of the .
Mocljoska it having a palace car built to
carry all her troupe.
Sirius, the brightest star in the heavens,
no# rises near midnight.
The Vermont Legislature has killed a
bill to abolish the gallows.
Now
•i.l *r\
A society in Alabama believes horse
back riding to be a cruelty to horse*. (1
Eve's last words on leaving Paradise
I don't care, Adam."—[Chicago
obi nm
(I
were,
News.
A New York paper saya a man whose
nose was profusely decorated with sticking
plaster was arrested for personating a De
puty U. S. Marshal.
The latest invention reported in Europe
is a phosphorescent paper,writing or print,
ing on which can be read in the dark.
A ekuok\ot into the basement of Grace
C . . 1. st Yananoque, Out., one evening
h~i a«.el ryer meeting was in
progress, and the congregation was dis
missed without waiting for tha bsnedics
tlon. **
When a man is hanging by his toes from
the cornice of a high building, and ex>
peets' momentarily to drop, nothing so com
pletely reaisures and so tnoroughly satiss
ties him as the sudden discovery that he is
safely at home in bed.
Elder sister—'•Well, dear, did you have
a pleasant time at the theatre tomight?"
Younger ditto—"Ob, it was just lovely 11
cried all the time." Elder sister—"Did
von? Oh, how 1 wish I'd been there I
[Harper's Bazar.
A California paper says: " Among the
peeuliariiies 1 o. courting in Texas 1 is that
the 'young feller' is occasionally asked to
step outside the house and hold an apple
or potato lor tbe girl's brothers to shoot at,
and it is considered highly unsociable not
to comply. It is equally noteworthy tnat
the well-to-do young suitors never get
ii _
hit.
Two parties of medical students in Vers
moot went out after the same corpse. Tbe
first to arrive on the ground ambushed
themselves and let the second party ex*
hume tbe corpse, then rushed upon them
with wild shouts of ''body-snatchers" and
"arrest them!" and when their rivals had
fled carried off the corpse to dissect at
their leisure.
Boston policemen are compelled to wear
leather collars, the intention being to make
them hold ap their heads in a soldierly
manner
; but the leather rubs their ehinr,
and the constraint grows exceedingly tire
some after a few hours. The policemen
complain loudly, but the Commissioner*
say that something is necessary as a check
on the tendency to slovenliness.
TO THOSE WANTING CLOTHES.
Quinn and Adam both learned the same
trade; but Quinn could beat Adam at tai
loring, and give him odd* every tims. If
anyone doubts this, call upon him. We
Wk.H, QUINN,
Thb Mehchant Tailos;
No. 1.22 Market street.
You will there find a ohoisa and well
selected stock of all kind* of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which by the artistic employes of Quinn
the Tailor, will be fashioned into garments
snre to improve the appearance, and pro
mote the comf rtof the wearer.
Prices to suit the enforced economy of
he times, is the the rule with
Wm.H. QUINN,
Merchant Tailor.
No. 122 Market Street.
FAT PEOPLE'S MISFORTUNES.
Some of tbe savage tribes enter their
dwellings througb a hole in Lhe toof ana
when a person becomes so fat that he can
not get in, be is regarded as an outlaw.
Had this system been adopted in the
United States, the "nut-laws" could not
have made a more active demand for As
Ian's Anti-Fat than now exists. Hundreds
who had lived In oonstanl fear of sudden
death have, by its use, been reduced to a
comfortable llviDg weight. jrneAntl-Fat
Is sorely vegetable and ptwrtVy harm
less. Hold by all drugslrts
mean
DANCING*
DANCING
Reopening of A. S. Webster's
Select Dancing J^ndemy,
#j Fn'ng SepL Sth 78
iel
-AT THE—
M.atonic Temple, WUmingion, Delateart.
Ladies and Gentlemen. Misses and Mas
ters wishing to become proficient in all the
dances of the day and to learn the r ew and
more fashionable on-s will find to their ad
vantage to begin with the opening of the
season.
EVENING CLASSES,
Commencing Monday September 9th.
Genilrmen's o ass Monday and Thursday
evenings from 8 to IU o'clook.
AFTERNOON CLASSES,
Commencing October Sth. Ladles aud
Misses and Masters clasB Thursdays from 5
o Band Saturday's from 8 3) to 6.80- Prl
vate lessons given at any hour to suit eon
lenlence.
Glide Walts Taught In a Faw lessens
-pedal arrsng-mente for Schools ami
•seminaries and for prlvat- classes -if adtes
or geui lemeu. ca be made by applying at
the Academy, at Robelin A Bro'*, No. 710
Market Mtreet or by mall to
A- S
XAHQFIQ TMMFhM,
UaptSGf
to
a
UTION! CAUTION! TO THE PCBLIC.
Do not be deceived by any other Clothing Store as they
will all represent ^heir stores as mine. Be sure that you
see the name NATHAN LIEBERMAN, on different parts
of the Buildsng and signs as others represent their stares
to be mine. I have only one store
MORE EX [ORTONAT FIGURES
High Prices suppressed at festyou can snpo y your wants fr->m ooe of the Largest
Stocks of ready made Clothing In the state of the cheat material, out and Finest uni
serpassed and prices that cannot fall to suit the hard times.
All Goods Sound and Perfect no Misrepresentations Square
Dealing toall at
oi
to
to
be
NO
: n, u
ri)
:
NATHAN LIEBERMAN,
The Great Clothier r i
Si. I . FIFTH & MARKET STS.
WILMINGTON DELAWARE.
DBY GOODS, Ad
1**11' r
I
B
M.L. LICHTENSTEIN,
HAS THB HONOR TO ANNOUNCE
Wednesday & Thursday
OCTOBER 9th & 10th,
OF
QPENING DAYS
1878 Fall Season 1878
We propose to open the season,
by offering at a moderate advance on
the eoet, 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.
NAVE YOUR
■if
CLOTHING
CLEANSED AND REPAIRED BY
ALFRED LCARSON,
No. 2 E. 5th. STREET
(Lieberman Building,)
Ourtetti Work dona satisfactorily. Low
Frio, and good work guaranteed.
|
PIANOS, OKGANS, &C.
VICTORIOUS! TRIUMPHANT!
AT THB
Oentennlal Exposition, Exposition Universalis
PHIL A., 1876.
The "dtleff' unrivalled Grand Upright
and Square Pianos, the recipients of more
than sixty first premiums and Gold and
Blivet Medals, Including tne Medal of Mer
it and i.loloma of H.nor at the Centen
nial Exposition in 1876, have achieved at
the Expos tlon Cniverselle, Paris, 1878,
over all American and many foreign com
petitors, their
OB A HD UKOWN1NG TRIUMPH.
THX
MEDAILLE IY ARGENT AND AJDIP
LOME D'HONNEUK.
, <vo
. Together w«h m Special Geitfkcst*
of Merit to Jacob Ur e» a, nperlutend
ent oi the Htlelf Factory, lor blsextra
orulnary sslli disp.ayed iu eve-y part of
their constrnctlou. tbe whole form ug a
Grand Award, higher by far tban
that of any orber American Exit i bit.
Kuo demonstrating beyono doubt the Im
mense superiority of the Stieff instru
ments.
The "Stieff" combines every quality ne
cessary for perfection in a Plano, its rich,
grand, a ellow and powerful tone bas never
been excel 1 ed by any other Instrument.
9 specially in the treble does the "otltff"
Plano show It* superiority over all ethers,
by the bell-Uke clearness, sweetuess ana
singing anility of tone, which lend to It an
Inestimable charm. Fer quickness of re
sponse to the finger and evenness of touch
throughout the entire seale, faultless ac
tion, unsurpassed durability and artistic
finish, this Plano has Justly da media world
wide reputation.
SECONDHAND PUNOSof all makes
constantly In s, oek, at from 875 to 8996.
Bole agent for the Bouthern States of the
Peloubot, Felton A Co„ and other makes
of ORGANS.
Catalogues of Pianos or Organs sent on
application. Address,
AT THIS
PARIS, 1878.
e -
u.>
CHAS, M. STIEPF,
O N. Liberty Street,
BALTIMORE, MD
STEAMSHIP LINES.
THE
nf-v
Stall Steamship Co's Steamer
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA*
STATE OF VIRGINIA,
STATE OF ALABAMA
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
STATE OF NEVADA,
STATE OF INDIANA
STATE OF GEORGIA,
Sail Woeltiy»
BETWEEN
New York & Belfast
Glasaow & Liverpool.
»
The shortest, safest and most expeditions
routs to *U points In
GREAT RRIIAN IRELAND.
THE CONTINENT
THROUGH TICKETS ISSUED AT LOW
EST RATES.
AUSTIN BALDWIN & GO
•I
GENERAL AGENTS,
72 Broadway, New York.
GEO. O'BYRNE Ai CO., Agl'S
509 SHIPLEY STREET,
Wltmln tor Del.
business you can engage iu
15 to 820 per day made by any
right It their ownlo
al ltles. Particulars and samples worth
free. Improve your spare Ume_for the
btuslness.!:Address siinsow* Oo. Portland
Mains
BEST v
worker of either sex,
OZON E.
Its Powers
The world moves, so doe tcience. Wo
nave long been aoonstomed to read that
the-wum-oi uzone In the atmosphere was
the cause ot the plan ue, of cholera, smali
pox. diplberla spotted fever, Indeed ah
those diseases *>hlch have their oily id
from a vitiated condition m the air we
breatue How to equalise the disiuioeo
condition ol tne air we breathe to a beaitny
tone, or supply its health giving iunciiuus
oblem which occupied the nest mi nut
oi tne medical profession ill Paris, Vienna.
Berlin,, Dublin and Edinburg, as wefi a»
bur own schools for a generation or more,
professor Wm A. Paine, A. Ai., M, D„ a
highly educated and cultivated physician,
has labored assidlously lor thirty six vearr;
to this cause of disease and Its remedy.
As a result he has discovered that «iis
eases originate la germs, or In p.ain words,
parasites- Mow 11 any persons are r lsposeu
to be sceptical en this point they can Soon,
be convinced, by the use of a powerlu
microscope, that this is an absolute tact
and not a mere asSertlun This bell
what could be more natural than tihe
tor's theory, viz: "To cure the disease
you must destroy the parasites cabsing it?'
llr. Paine, after years of study, has beer
able to take Uzore, the great health-giving
element of the air, and reduoe n to a
liquid form. It Is an absolute cure 1 it
Oatarrh, be destroying the germs causii.
it. The same In regard to that, learlu .
scourge. Diphtheria, and this disease Is t :■
deadly, simply because the parasite
causing it ai e allowed, from the want c
proper treatment, to remain In the mem
brane, when 11 they were destroy, d, nature
would In all cases do the rest. Their de
struction Ozone will positively accomplice,
it produces better results In consumption
than any other known remedy, and if
used before the total destruction of the
lungs will produce a cure, fhe same ol
Cancer and other diseases. Ozone as a dis
infectant Has no equal lor the body or sick
room.
It was first discovered by Bcboenbeln in,
1839. In 186(1, Andrews and Tatt obtains,
small quantities of It from Oxygen, ty
means of pressure. It Is asserted by Loev
and Odling that Ozone cental us three
atoms ol Oxygen, whiie ihe latte ihas iw;
atoms, and that by coinpressing it to .one
tnlro of Its volume ozone is fornitd
ozone has also been produced by passing a
series of electric sparks through oxygen
was; by
ap:
M
i
applying Permanganate ot potas
sa to euiphurlo Acid; by burning Phos
phorus in Ether; orby .orcln;.' air through
so utlon of Blood, Ether, Permanganate
dfPotassa and phosphorus.
Oxygen represents I-5th ol the atmos
phere; Ozone, 119UC»h part. Onetbousana
qaurte, or 48 cubic feet of air are consume j
by a person every t wen tv-tour hours.
Schoebeln named the substance Which'fcu
-discovered Ozone from the ttreak, won.
"Ozein,"signifying.to smell. Hesupposei
that It wai Oxygen In an active and high' y
eb c tro-negatlve state. My observations u
not wai rant tuee" conclusions, as sub
stances (such qp Cnlorate of Putassa, etc-.,
that yield large quantities of Oxygen give
but little ozone, while others proquclni
producing little or no Oxygen yield large
quantities of Ozone. Taemosthighly ozon
Ized organic bodies are Uedar-Wood, Pine
leaves, Blood, etc., etc.; of the Mineral
Salts, Alum, surphur, Chloride of bodp
etc., may be mentioned as agents yielding
Ozone In abundance. Ozone may be man
utacturea from all ozonized bodies !b$
johemical affinity, the evolution ol organic
matter, and the rapid disintegration ol an
ozonized substances, either by means o
beat, electiicity or otner forms of force.
ozone is the amiseptic principle of eveiy
substance possessing the power to preserve
animal an d vegetable structures irom de -
. The preservative and purifying quaJ
ltles of a'• -'i, tjarcolle' Aold, chloride ot
Lime, Ale -las to the preeenco
of Ozone.
cay
Di- Payno cau be itoaoaited dally at hi -
offices m the Hedtoody Hotel Ninth stre.i
between WnlnntQizuf Spruce streets Phila
delphia.
,1
PEABODY HOTEL
Tbe large and elegant Hotel bas been re
cently fitted m tbe most exquisite style o -
tbe -tne celebrated Proiessor Paine. Iu
Professor exercises a personal suptrvlsio
over every article ol lood which coini
Into tbe steward's department before 11 n
B iveu out to thecookH. Milk ana other ni •
tlofeBoi diet are regu.any luspeoteu ; Hein
notwithstandingthelargenuir;l.erolgnes i
not a single ctse of dlstase ii&aocouiie
and the Invalid recovers with l-craarkab i
facility. Tbe Professor bas thus convent -
a UrSt-elass Hotel Into a sanctuary
health instead ol a pest-house ol uiscat ,
as is frequently the case with Hotels. L
has the most experienced Managers, «
tentive Waiters and soientlflo Oooks, wi
cater to the comfort, health and happine ,
of the guests, Instead el the passions si- .
morbid appetites. The onuses are in k«*: -
ing With toe times, being $2 per day lor ,<,
room and three meals, Rooms wttho ..
board, trom 50 ;ents to 81. Weekly boar -,
irom ti to *12. Board without rooms, 88 n i
per week, set en n u: tickets tor 82.
Open day a ad .light-the ears runni. -
past the doorc an /ey passengers to or hcm
any'ot the de* r*f ^<ik,-" v "» rt of the oit
V B . FIT R'S veuetalbe RHP -
) MATIC REMEDY.-is the pei-scr,,-.
on of one of Fhlladeipnla's oldest phjb-i
oians, and is guaranteed to oure rhjun a
tism, neuralgia, sciatica, pain, Bachac. it ,
Ac. or money retunded, by mvigorati ug
tne'nerves, purifying the blood,and m a
trallzlng poisonous deposits in the syet- n,
By merit it has become a standard me It •
cine, Suffering and money saved by use u".
it In time. Remeinber that Dr, Fitler H
the only physician In America devotm-;
40 years to this one line of Pjaetioe. C ir-i
warranted. Advice gratis. 45 SoufhFor ri t
street.
From tbe Earliest Ages
SCROFULA has been the bane, and asi I.
were, the ouraeof mankind, Moses, In th"
13th ohapter of LevUlous, lays down vary
explicit rules on this disease. So tetrlbl i
ana loathsome had It been considered '.he. i
that a person known to be infected with 1
would not be allowed U mix with sociel ■
The Jews regarded It as a divine lnfllctlo i
and believed there was no cure for It; i
was then the sins of a youth or a divlatJo i
paths of virtue wepe punish ad f. i
long as life lasted. Happily Inour da> .
the slence of medicine has been aevelope l
the ereat storehouse of Nai ure ftiri-tshes i
remedy, the disease is strlpptd of Its te, •
rorby the uheof theSAMAKlTAN'uROO
AND HERB JUICiEe, and the viotim i I
scrofula, Ulcers, Sores, Pimples, Rtotche ,
Titter, etc,, can be restored to sound heal! i
in a few weeks. That there are thousand i
now whose conditions are as bad as tho* >
of the dark ages we are well aware. Man *
now fall to find a oure as well as they d. i
then. To all such the Samaritan s Kot t
and Herb Juices will prove a happy boon,
eradicating aU Impurities from tte bloo< .
and making the complexion bright an l
healthy; A few bottles will remove torn -
pies or blotohes, thereby doing away^wlt i
oosmetles and powpers. ROOT ANT HER t
JUICES 81.9# per bottle: Sent by exprei
to any address:
DESMOND A OO.
15 Kaoeatreat • Vbiudfolnhla, P,

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