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POSTMASTER.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The advertiser a retired physiran havi ng
p ovldeiitla ly discovered, while a Medical
Mhslonery In Southern AHft, a very slin
>1" vegetable remedy lor the apeedy and
permanent cure far ConunmDtlon, AHtbma
Bronchits, Catarrh, and all throat and
IttLg affections, also a positive and radical
ip?t:;fiofor Ne. vous Complaints feels it his
duty to make it. kuown to his suffering fel
1 «ws. Actuated by this m live, he will
o ieerfully tend (free of charge) to all who
d dre it, the receipt for preparing, and
lull directions for successfully usin ' this
providentially discovered remedy. Those
who wisn to avail them elves of ihe bene
w thoui cobts, can do
by addressing, with
His oi- this discovery
ao by return mall.
Hump.
Pr CHARLFB P. MaRhHALL,
No. 88 Niagara street,
BOrxvLO, N. X.
Can tbe Truth Overtake a Lie.
investigation disclose- the lact that the
lady reported in the Associated Press dis
pitches,about Aug 10th, to have died in
CbiOMgo after two weeks' use of some re
puted remedv for corpulency, had not
taken Allan's Anti-Fat* but had used a
preparation put up by a legular physician
In i.u/erne, Pa Allan's Anti Fat is man
nlacli.reu in Buffalo. N. Y., by the unoer
slmt-d. We have already sold over 100,
16) bottles of it. It has therefore been
taken by thousands, and we challenge
proof that it has ever harmed any body,
unless the reduction of obese persons from
2' tr eO pounds, leaving them nealthy and
stic.ug is considered a misfortune. Fur
thermore, we hereby ofler 85,100 reward for
ev,deuce showing that it contains poison
ous or injurious ingredients. Weaiso offer
fipioo If we cannot prove that it has reduced
number of persons as stated herein, and
always without Injury. If is said a lie will
outtiavel the truth any time, but we trust
that those newspapers that have misled
the public by saying that physicians
tiibuted the lady's death to tbe use of
Anti-fat (which Is only put up brus. the
term "Anil-Fat', being our trade mark),
will correct tbe false impression they hsve
.onveyed, bv publishing this refutation*
BOTANIC MEDICINE CO.,
Buffalo, N. I.
at
LAUGH AND GROW PAT."
This ancient bit of advice is well enough
for 'spare''people, but how sbout those
tuataroalready too fat 7 What is to become
of them 7 Sit still and I'll tell you. After
inony experi ents extending through
in nths ofiiHtieut investigation and toll
Hie oelebrated an al 'cal chemist, J. C.
Allan, has perfecti . . I given to th-world
Anti-Fat. Thus lai i i several hundred
(■uses this great •• rnedy has never failed to
reduce a corpa f person from three to
slxpr indsp we It isperfectly harm
less and posi. v . tieieut. Bold by drug
gists.
u
Anti-Fat Cb#miouU/ Eyamln^d.
Tbe anulytica 1 che'Oif>t. W. B. Drake, of
Buffalo, N. Y , recently analyzed Allan's
Anti-Fat, and Rave the following :
CERTIFICATE,
i have subjected Allan 8 Anti-Fat to
cnew leal anal,v sis, examined the process
f f its mannfacture andean truly B^y that
Uie ingredients of which it is compos* d are
iilir^ly vegetable, and cannot but act
r rably upon the system, and It is well
calculated to attain tuo object of which it
lBinteded.
Sold by druggist* _
W. B. DRAKE, Chemist.
MV
D, H.;KXNT A CO., Agent
THX
Clayton Secret,
*
A REMARKABLE TRIAL!
A STORY FOURDCO ON ACTUAL OCCURRENCES
ST
JULIAN G. NOE,
AOTHOB OF "DESTOTT,"
' PaAIXUt FLOW**,"
" BLACKMAIL,- mo.
perea Joe to Jack, then, turning to worn,
he asked: "How d'ye know us—why don't
you answer?"
The stranger laughed.
"Don't be- aggrawacious, fellers, 'oause
Sam Nevin's gang never took baok talk."
".Sam Neville!" cried both men, simulta
neously.
"Used to be one of his right hand men,
don't yer remember?"
Jack's face broke into a grin.
' 'Begs yer pardon, Torn* said he. "Take
another
"No more, thanky. Got to go soon, and I
want you to find me suthin to do. Our gang's
busted, 'cause the leader's dead, aha I'm
roamin' about livin' on my means, and my
means isn't worth a cent. Besides, I've got
ia little job on hand as requires money."
Significant glances passed between Jack
and the Spider.
"What's yer lay, mate?" inquired the
former.
"I'll answer that question by axin' you
another. Did you ever have a feller try to
put you out o' the way?"
"Yes," replied Jaok, pointing to the scar
on his left cheek; "but-"
He drew his finger across his throat and
made a gurgling sound.
"Jess so, said Tom. "That's what I'm
after. There's a man in this city sell trem
ble when I get ray clutches on him!"
"Good!" cried Jack. I guess we can find
you employment with a respectable party of
agreeables. We are a jolly crew, as don't
care for nobody, and nobody cares for us;
and we take what we can git and don't take
what we can't git. S'pose you join us?
Here comes the captain now. He's a fine
feller—a reg'lar snob o' the upper ten?"
"What's his name?" inquired Tom Black,
looking toward the door, at which had just
entered—Jared Clark!
The stranger's hands gave a nervous
twitch as his eyes lit on the "Captain," and
he muttered to himself:
"I thought sol"
"His name?" queried Jaok—"Bob Willis,
we calls him; Bob is the short for Robert"
•Til join ye, lads—I'll join ye! In course
I will!"
Saying this, the sailor drew his hat down
on his forehead.
Clark made his way to the table.
' 'New pal, oaptain," said Jack.
Then /allowed explanations as to who
the sailor was.
Sam Nevins, the defunct- thief mentioned,
had enjoyed the reputation of being the
most depraved of leaders, and had been sur
rounded by men as reckless of human life
as he was himself.
The "Captain" felt pleased at the prospect
of so valuable an acquisition to his force.
"You are admitted, Black; we have no
red tape business in initiating members.
You undoubtedly ware one of Sam's men,
the only one remaining in the oity.
The gang fled to some Western city, I have
been informed, with that one exception, and
you are that exception, and consequently
must be pretty courageous. The detective
who shot Sam Nevins swears ho will wipe
out his pals, as he knows them all.''
"Let him do it, cap," said Tom. '
ready for him."
Clark scrutinized the man closely, and,
stretching forth his hand, pushed the blue
cap off his forehead.
"Yes, you'll suit. Be sure you don't
abuse the privilege. If you prove false, I'll
have your life!"
The sailor's brows contracted into a bale
ful scowl.
1 'You're good at that, I s'pose!" he said,
doggedly. "But I don't think you're able
to get away with me!"
"What?"
A knife was drawn, but was met by a pis
tol barrel.
"I mean it, cap. I'm your man if you
want a fight. You'd best not meddle with
me, or you may get the hydrophobia, for
I'm a bull-dog, captain, and bull-dogs bite
deep!"
"True grit!" cried Jack.
"Reg'lar out-an'-outer!" snarled the Spi
and
'I'm
der.
Clark cooled down.
"Game as a tiger!" he thought.
"Are you satisfied cap?" asked Tom, in
his former jolly, off-hand manner, flinging
his foot over the back of a chair.
"Perfectly. Yon are the gamest man
I've ever met—just the man for the job I've
been planning."
"Spit her out! Don't take all day!'
"On Fifth Avenue lives a young lady
whom I have every reason to believe is
wealthy. She is comparatively unprotected.
I wish you, together with Jack and Joe, to
eflect an entrance into the house to-morrow
night, and qu' tly slip out again with every
thing of value that you can lay your hands
'What if the young lady and her little
household happens to wake?" asked the
sailor. ,
"There's a sleep which knows no waking.
Such a sleep might be best for them; it
would relieve them of a great deal of care.
Clark tossed on the table a handful of
silver.
"Divide that." .
Crabbed Joe, the Spider, eagerly seized as
as be could grasp and
many of the coins
thrust them into his pocket.
Tom Black made no effort to secure his
share.
*'I would warn you not to attempt to en
ter the house till early morning," continued
the leader. "Get there by midnight. When
the lights are doused, scale the rear fence,
pry open the basement shutters—they are
thin slats—cut out the glass with your dia
mond, and "clean the house. Be sure you
don't bring away any worthless trash. Try
it all before you bag it."
"Sure, Bob," responded Jack. _ >
take no risks, 'cause people is gittin so
'I don't
the tin
"Too stingy to live!" jfro
"Cheating us oat of tnaol*
"Ought to petition the Legislstoof, and
have 'em sent np for swindlinT added the
Bailor Tom. .'T
The "Captain" gave a full description of
the situation of the house, the number of
inmates, and all those particulars generally
known beforehand, after whioh the precious
gang separated.
the Spider
T n.
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CHAPTEE IX,
HIGH BOCUTT—TH* BXSUX.T OP THS WAGBB—
AS INTEBVXZW—WAS OS AS SVSSDBOVFXX?
Oh, how lovely! You will quite take the
prize!"
deoil Clayton stood before the mirror,
putting the finishing touches to her wealth
of hair.
She eighed as Clara's admiration revealed
itself in this outburst
The thoughts of her lonely condition and
of Philip, were creating within her a revolu
tion, a revolution which would be the oause
of muoh trouble for herself as well as others.
Not one thread of the mystery of old John
Clayton's sadden disappearance had been
unraveled—all was surmise. Nor were the
detectives any more successful in their hunt
fora clue to the whereabouts of the wife,
having no portrait to guide them, and but a
few scraps of family history, in themselves
unimportant, which Cecil was obliged to
give.
Still the young heiress' determination
never wavered.
She had almost ohanged her mind as to
the propriety of going into sooiety, but on*
riosity finally prevailed.
How strange, if the man should prove to
be Jared Clark under an assumed name!
What a hold on him it would give her!
Black grenadine, with whits crepe frill,
caught with a pearl oi rare value, comprised
her dress.
In her hair Clara had placed a eamelia,
the eitect of whioh called forth an outburst
of pleasure, as she eyed it in various lights,
to see if it were properly arranged.
"If I really am to be the belle of the even
ing, Clara, what will our friend the dashing
widow say?"
"What she pleases. She's as jealous as
an old dowager, and could not control the
opinions of her set. I'm friendly enough
with her, but have no sympathy with jeal
It reminds me of dogs growling over
U
ousy.
a bone.
"Love, minus jealousy, is not lasting,
Clara. I should be jealous, if—if-"
Philip's spirit must have been hovering
over her, for she could see nothing before
her save a dim mist, and in that mist, faint
ly outlined, his face.
"If what, dear? I hope you have not had
an afiair of the heart; there was a young
man whom you seemed to care for-''
Newton,
said Ceoil, hastily, her
quick wit saving her. "Nothing serious—
that is, on my part. Poor fellow!"
"Why do you sigh?"
"I was thinking how sad is the realization
of love unrequited."
There was a brilliant gathering at the
widow Burrill's.
Youth, beauty and fashion, mingled with
odor of perfumes and flqwers, gendered
the scene a delightful one.
The butterflies of Mrs. Burrill's "set" ever
strove for ascendancy in style and social
progress, but Mrs. Burrill retained the af
fection of Murray Hill as being queen of
entertainers.
All eyes were turned when Cecil Clayton
made her appearance in this gathering of
the tlite. Those whom ohance had favored
with an acquaintance hastened to renew it
Of oourse she was overwhelmed by the
ladies.
the be-jeweled sprigs, eriwieously
called, by some fatal mischance, men, lifted
their eye-glasses, smiled (leered), and were
"rejoiced to see her onoe morel"
The object of tnese attentions conductea
herself far different whioh might have been
attributed to country breeding. She .neither
but chatted pleasantly
pportunity of escape gave ner relief,
found Mrs. Burrill rather
ing, but gross. That lady was attired in
mauve silk and the usual huge diamonds.
Clara Coles explained the seeming impro
priety of bringing into her select coterie an
uninvited guest
"I wouldn't have missed coming, and
didn't wish to leave Miss Clayton alone,"
she said.
Mrs. Burrill smiled condescendingly.
"Not at all intrusive, my dear Miss Clay
ton. Accept, pleaBe, a standing invitation,
which I trust you will graciously honor
whenever you happen in the city."
Half an hour after, while Clara was talk
ing with a lady friend, Cecil left her, to get
a breath of fresh air. The mingled per
fumes almost stifled her. Sitting near one
of the conservatory windows, she heard
Mrs. Burrill and another gaudy butterfly
conversing. Subject: Miss Cecil Clayton.
"Where on earth did she get her man
ners?"
This from Mrs. Burrill.
The Butterfly: "Goodness knows!"
Mrs. Burrill: "Common sens* would keep
even an ignorant person from going where
■he was not invited!"
The Butterfly: "Miss Coles is really blame
able for such a br^ch of etiquette."
Mrs. Burrill; "Why her father has been
dead only a few weeks!"
The Butterfly: "Oh, it's shocking!"
The blood mounted to Cecil's temples.
"Ah, hypocrites!" she thought. "And
these people represent the cultured—the
bon-ton of New York! Unhappy New
i York!"
Bhe lelt thankful that she was alone the
overhearer of this little bit of backbiting,
and she passed on, wondering at the effect of
petty jealousy on women acoustomed to a
monopoly of flattery.
Clara came toward her excitedly.
"There he is!"
»Who—Mr. Eldridge?" inquired Ceoil,
absently.
"Yes; don't you see him?—under tne
chandelier, his back to us, buttoning his
gloves. Come; he will be captured by
Mrs. Burrill unless you are speedy. There
—she is with him now!"
Cecil's heart gave a bound.
The man was none other than Jared
Clark!
His astonishment at sight of her was un
bounded.
He had supposed her still ill at h6r home,
and here she stood in the full flush of fast
returning health.
Th heiress was herself scarcely surprised.
Her suspicions had been aroused—they
were now proven to be well founded.
Mr. Jared Clark alias Mr. Jared Eldridge!
"George
the
And
smirked nor leered,
till an o
Cecil
fine look
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CAUTION! CAUTION! TO TEE PUBLIC
Do not be deceived by |tny other Clothing Store as they
will all represent their stores as mine. Be sure that you
NATHAN LIEBERMAN, on different parts
of the Buildsng and signs as others represent their stares
to be mine. I have omy one store
NO KOBE EXTORTIONATE MURES
see the name
High Prices suppressed at lest you can supply your wants from one of the Largest
Stock* of ready made Clothing In the State of the finest material, out and Finest un
erpaased and pr'ces that eannot All to suit the bard times.
All Goods Sound and Perfect no Misrepresentations Square,
Dealing to ail at
NATHAN LTEBEEMA,
The Great Clothier
S. It COB. FIFTH * MARKET »T».
WILMINGTON DELAW AH
DBY GOODS, &C.
LIES
B
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
*M MABHKT RBUT.
HAS THE HONOR TO ANNOUNCE
Wednesday & Thursday
OCTOBER 9th & 10th ;
OF
OPENING DAYS
1878 Rail Season 1878
0
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We propose to open the season,
by offering at a moderate advance On
the eost, a choice lin j
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.
507 MARKET St. 507
J. T. WILSON
Has just reoeireo a full line of
BLACK CASHMERES,
85.50,85,76, 80 and 8! 00. t
BLACK ALPACCA,
20 23, 86 oo and H5,
PLAIN AND FIGURED DRESS
GOODS,
firm 8 up to 85 ceate.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMER8 FOR GEN
TLEMEN,
WATERPROOF CLOTH All best shades
Irom 60 oents to 81-80
SQUARE AND BLANKET SHAWLS,
A full line.
WHITE AND COLORED BLANKETS
from 8150 to *5Ac,.
WHITE and COLORED BFD SPREAD,
WHITE FLANNELS, RED
TWILLED and MEDICATaD
FLANNEL, FLOOR TA
BLE and STAIR IL*
CLOTHS LADIES
CHILDREN
AND
GENTLEMEN8 MERINO UNDER
WEAR in great variety,
CORSETS all sizes.
25,60 66, 76, 87,1.00, 1 25 and 1.60.
MADAME TOY'S IMPROVED COR
SETS
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF KID
GLOVES 1,2. and 3 buttons* i
LADIES LACS SCARFS. COLLARS
and ( UFFS in great variety. «j
FRINGES, BUTTONS and a general aa
Call and see
nor meat of Trimmings,
for j ourself,
JOHN T. WIUOVm
t •> ' BUI MARKET UTREJBT.
DT*business you can engage m
DCjiO a 86 to 820 per day made b ry any
worEer of either sex, right It their ownlo,
ailtlee. Particulars and samples w orth 85
free. Improve your spare time for toe
bualnees.iA4ldieM ferttand
i Maine
PIANOS, OKGAN8, AC.
VICTOBIOUg! TRIUMPHANT!
ATTHJC
Omtsmlal Exposltien, Exposition Univeriolle
PHILA., 1870. FARIB. 1878.
The "dtlefT' unrivalled Grand Uprigm
and Square Plano*, tbe recipients of mort
than sixty first premiums and Gold and
Blivet Medsli, Including the Medal of Her
it and i.lttiomaof Honor at tbe Centen
nial Expoeltion In 1870, have achieved at
the Exposition Unlverseile, Paris, 1878,
over all American and many foreign com
petitors, their
SBAHD CHOWN 1 NO TBILMPH.
THS
MEDAILLE D'ARGENT AND A]DIP
LOME IYHONNEUR.
AT THE
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Together with a Speelat Certificate
ef Merit to Jseobureee, nperlntend
ent ot the BtieflT Factory, lor his extra
orahiaty skin displayed in every part o
their construction, the whole form ng a
Grand Award, higher by for, than
that or any other American Exhibit
and demonstrating beyond doubt the lm
mense superiority of the BtieflT lnsltrn
«•; r
The ''Btleff" combines every quality ne
saxy for perfection In a Plano. Its rich,
md, mellow and powerfultonehas ntvei
een excelled by any other instrument
Especially in the treble does the "Btieff'
Plano show Its superiority over all ethers
by the bell-llke clearness, sweetness an<
singing qnsllty of tone, which lend to It an
Inestimable eharra. Fer quickness et re
sponse to the finger and evenness ot touch
throughout the entire scale, faultless ac
tion, unsurpassed durability and artistic
finish, this Plano has Justly earnedaworlo
wide reputation;
SECOND HAND PIANOS of all makes
constantly In Siook, at from 875 to 83001
Bole agent for tbe Southern States 61 tht
Peloubot, Felton A Co„ and other makes
Of ORGANS.
Catalogues of Pianos or Organs sent on
application. Address,
ees
£
OH AS, M.STIEFF,
9 N. Liberty Street,
BALTIMOK E, Ml
MEDICAL.
E. F. Kunkel' Bitter Wine
of iron.
X, F, Kunkel's celebrated Bitter Wise o
Iron Will effectually cure liver oompitiint
{foWUty^chroSc'aian'noea^dlsSse 11 of* to*
kidneys and all diseases arising from
disordered liver, stomach or Intestines
suoh as oonstipation, fl.tuienoe, in war'
plies, fullness oi blood to toe head, aoidit*
of the stomach, nausea, heartburn, dlsgus
for food fullness or weight In the etemfccb
sore eructatlone, sinking or fluttering «•
the pit of the stomach, swimming of th«
head, hurried or difficult breathing, flutter
lngs at the heart, ohoklng or sufrocatin
sensation when In a lying posture, dimnes.
of vleslon, dots or webs before the
dull pain In the head, defloleney ol Ures
Diration, yellowness of the skin andeyei
pain in tire side, book, head, chest, llmbt
eto sudden flashes or heat, burning inti"
fleeti, constant Imaginings oi evil and gree
depression of spirits. Price 81 per btrttit
Beware of counterfeits, Do not let
druggist palm off some other prepamtloi
of min he may say is a good, but ask fo'
Kunkel's Bitter Wine ot lron. Take m
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Philadelphia, At. Bold bv all drundeti.
Tape Worm Removed Alive
Head and all oomplete, in two hours.
No fee till head passes, Beat. p ln am
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other worms can be readily removed, j
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Kunkel's Shampoo for
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best and oheapestHalr Dressing am
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Thevlmiiai ** * brilliancy and a sllsyap
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Satr dresslng they are unrlva'led; eraUl
StB dandruff and prevent baldness.
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prtator Of the
GREAT EUROPEAN MUSEUM,
729 Chestnut street, PhUsffsll'hla, hasju
Issued a new medical werk,
PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS,
on mental, nervous amd ac^ited^ 0 ^*,
a pamphlet ot great tmportancei in vpa
addressing toe anther,
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Db. JORDAN.
.^.wsaaMsar-***
1825
MEDICAL.
OZOM £
Its Powers
The world moves, so doe science. We
nave long been accustomed to read tbai
the want of Oaone In the atmosphere wa
the eause ot the plat ne, of cholera, smut,
pox, diptberia spotted fever, Indeed ah
those diseases whioh nave their origin
from a Vitiated condition 01 the air we
breathe- How to equalise the dlsturueu
condition oi the air we breathe to a health;
tone, or supply Its health giving Innetions
a problem which occupied the heat minds
or the medical profession iii Park, Vienna
Berlin, Dublin and Edinburg, as wel at
ear own schools tor a ge eration or mare
Professor Wm A. Paine, A. M., id. D„ a
highly educated and cultivated physician,
has labored assldlously lor thirty six voars
to this cause of disease and Us remedy.
AS a result he has discovered that die
eases originate ia germs, or iu p.ain wonts,
parasites* Now 11 any persons are dlsp< sed
to be soeptloal on this point they can men
be convinced, by the use of a powetlu
mioroscope, that this Is an absolute tact,
and not a mere assertion- This belli,; so
what oould be more natural than me, 1 doc
tor's theory, viz: <'To cure the disease
I oa must destroy the parasites oauslng it?"
>r. Paine, after years of study, has t eer
able to take OzoLe, the great health-giv ing
element of the air, and reduce it to a
liquid form. It Is an absolute cure lor
Catarrh, be destroying the germs cau one
It. The same In regard to that fet.rftu
scourge, Diphtheria, and this disease is so
deadly, simply because the parariter
oauslng It ai e allowed, from the wai ■ i < 1
proper treatment, to remain in the n em
brane, when 11 they were destroy d, nt. tun
would In all oases do the rest. Their De
struction Ozone will positively accompilsn.
It produces better results In consumption
than any other known remedy, , and if
used betore the total destruction o; the
lungs will produce a cure. The same ol
Cancer and other diseases. Ozone as s dis
infectant has no equal lor the body or sick
room. . s - t
It was first discovered by Schoenbein in
1839. In 1800, Andrews and Talt obtained
small quantities of It Horn Oxygen, by
means of pressure. It Is asset ted by l-oew
and Odllng that Ozone contains three
atoms of Oxygen, while she latte ihas two
atoms, and that by compressing it to one
third of Its volume Ozone Is foi until,
Ozone has also been produced by pasting a
series of eleotrlo sparks through Oxygtn
(das; by applying Permanganate ol i iotas
sa to sulphuric Acid; by burnli« Phos
phorus In Ether; or by lorcing air through
aso.utionof Blood, Ether. Permanganate
of Potassa and Phosphorus.
Oxygen represents l-5th of the atmos
phere; Osone, 110001 h part. One thousand
qaurts, or 48 cubic feet of air are oonsume J
by a person every twenty-four hours.
Hcboebeln named the substance which ne
discovered Osone from the Oreek worn
••Ozein," signifying to smell. He supposed
that it wan Oxygen in an actl ve and l Ighiy
electro-negative state. My observatlt ns d
not warrant tneee conclusions, as sun
stances (such as Cnlorate of Potassa, etc.,)
that yield large quantities of Oxygen give
but little Ozone, while others producing
producing little or no Oxygen yield large
quantities of Ozone. The most hlghl) ozon
ized urganlo bodies are Cedar- Wood, Pine
leaves, Blood, etc., etc.; of the i ineral
Balts, Alum, Burphur, Chloride ol Bod*>,
etc., may be mentioned as agents y; tiding
Ozone In abunuanoe. Ozone may b man
ufactured from all ozonized bod* ;s by
chemical affinity, the evolution ol < -ganic
matter, and the rapid disiniegratlo: of all
ozonized substances, either by m< ms ol
heat, electricity or other forms ol force.
Ozone Is the aDtlseptlo principle i every
substance possessing the power to l e.,erve
animal ana vegetable structures l: »m de
oay. The preservative and pu'iiyn Qual
ities of s - X (huffisuo Aold, chi rue ol
Li me, Alo XB, ,a*e - : CTO to the l assnoe
of Ozone.
Dr Payne can be consulted dally at His
offices m the Heabody Hotel Niu. ; stree
between Walnut and Spruce street. Phila
delphia.
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PEABODY HOTEL*
The large and elegant Bote, hat oen re
oentiy fitted in the most exquisiU yie ny
toe the celebrated Proiessor Fal . itu
Professor exerolses a personal suj vision
over every uriicle ol iood whu ooa:es
into the steward's department be a il w
•iven out to the oooks. Milk ami '.er ar*
icies ol diet are regularly inspeot-- hem
notwithstanding the large numbei guest*
not a single cise of disease has lurred,
and the invalid recovers with re rkablt
facility. The Prolessor has thug c verieo
a first-class Hotel into a sam try i
health instead ol a pest-house o 'seasi,
as is fiequently the case with Ho s. tit
has the most experienced .'tana is,
tentlve Waiters and soientlllo Ct-i s. wn<
eater to the comfort, health and !■ >pluess
of the guests, instead el the pasi- -is and
morbid appetites. The onargeB art i keep
ing with tne times, being 52 per. Flora
room and three meals Booms vithoni
board, irom (0 tents to 81. Week board,
from ib to 812. Board without rc is, 83.50
per week. Bet en .. a: tickets io: .2.
Open day a ftQ ■■ ight- me car? umm,
past the doors #n vey passengers t >r lroir
anyfof the dev "" '*'d u- jclti
From the Earliest A es
BOROFUDa nas been tne Dane, id as It
were the curse of maukiud, M* i, In the
13th chapter of Levttlous, lays . vn very
explicit rules on this disease, i terrible
and loathsome had it been oonsf red then
that a person known to be lnfec 1 with it
would not be allowed ti mix w t sooiety
Phe Jews regarded it as a dlviu nfllotion
and believed there was no cure
was then the sins of a youth or aviation
from the paths of virtue were , ashed as
long as life lasted. Happily 1 our day
toe stance of medicine has beer evelopei!
the great storehouse of Nat ure wishes u
remedy, the disease is stripped fits tar
ror by the use ol the W A M A tel I .4 bHOOi
AND HKRB JUICBs, and the dotim o
SorofUla, Ulcers, Sores, Pimple Blotches
Titter, eic,. can oe restored to s< tnd healti«
in a few weeks. That there ar .housands
now whose conditions are as 1 las those
of the dark ages we are well ax re. Many
now tail to find a cure as well s they did
then. To all suoh the Sama tan's Root
and kerb Juloes will prove a j appy boon
eradicating all Impurities ftor the blood,
and making the complexion bright ana
healthy; A few bottles will r move plm
nles or blotches, thereby dolnj way with
ooemettas and powpers, ROOT NDHEKii
JUICBS 81.85 per bottle: Set. by express
to any address:
P it; It
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MATIO RfSMEDYIs the perscrip.
Uoaofoneof Phlladelpnla'i? .'iciest phyei
otans, and Is guaranteed to ■ ure rheuma
tism, neuralgia, sciatica, p» i, Backaono,
Ao. or money refunded, by Invigorating
the' nerves, purifying the i- 1 cod, and neu
tralizing poisonous deposits in the system.
Bv merit it has become a standard medi
cine. Suffering and money saved by uselng
It In time. Remember that Dr. Fitter Is
toe only physician in America devoting
in veers to tils one line of pi aotloe. Core
warranted, Advice gratis- SoutAFourt'
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