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PuO i more and
aid ail points
VE AND READY FOR
fVIlmlng on -nd
I. iron) (ead ur
ng ion and all
I Eastern Hhore
l! North of Wy
ire. ... •■■■
ad New York,
North, East and
.5.15, A. M.
... 8.45, ••
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• M»li, Western
lngfun aud all
id t'ouihwesi.,1.1.00, P. ti
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r h, East and
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la ware Western
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hington and all
ew York, »nd
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•ri-11 will make their de
0.80 aud 10.16 a. m.
^ p. m.
'or Carriers* delivery should
ra%k office 10 miiiate#
M. H. PYLB,
kraretlred physloan havleg
mis -uveied. while a Meuioal
Pouthern AMa, a vert slm
limedy for the speedy and
p f< r oonsnmotlon. Asthma
iarrh, ana all throat and
L also a positive end radical
ivous Complaints feels It his
it Known to his suffering fel
id b\ this m tlve, he will
|(ir-eofcharg-) to all who
[receipt for preparing, and
for successfully usin this
dl.iovered remedy. Those
yai! thPui elves Of'he bene
overy w thou' ousts, oan do
mull, by addressing, with
No. 38 Niagara street,
BtLTFVLO, N. Y.
froth Overtake a LI*.
Bn disclose- the fact, that the
ran (he Associated Press dlu
| -ug 10th, t > have died In
gtw > weeks' use of some re
k for oorpulsnoy, had not
| antl-Fat but had used a
|ut up by a jegular physician
la Allan's Anti Fat is man
Buffhlo. v. Y., by the unuer
Eave alrea ly seld over jOU,
(f It. It has therefore beer
bnsaods, and we challrugi
bar ever harmed any body
Suction of obese persons ft in
IS, leaving them h-althy and
nsidered a misfortune. Fur
I hereby offer 85,' 00 reward fm
iwlng that It contains polson
Jus Ingredients. WealsoofiTer
m not prove that It has reduced
irsous as staled herein, and
feilnjuiy. r Is said a lie will
t truth any time, but we tru-t
Bewspap*rs that have misled
r saying that physicians at
lady's death to the use of
toh is only put up by us. the
rat', being our traae-marr)
the false lmpre-slon they have
' publishing this refutation
10TANIC MEDICINE CO.,
Buffalo, N. I.
BH AND UKOW FAT."
nt bit of advice is well enough
>p ople. but how shout those
ady loofii? Wh.it Is to beoome
lit still and I'll tell you. Afte>
irl oents. extending through
iatl-dt Investigation and toll
led an.: dyileal chemist, J. C.
ieTfe ' and given to th* world
In several hundred
7 has never failed to
arson from three to
It lsperfeo'ly harm
alent. Bold by drug
W Chemically Examined.
tytlcai chemist. W. B. Dbakk, of
f Y , recently analyzed Allan's
end gave the following:
Uuhlected Allans Anti-Fat to
gnal.sls. examined the process
fnfacture and oan truly S'>y that
[tents of which It Is compos d are
Vegetable, and caDnot but act
'upon the system, and It is well
i to attain the objeot of which It
r W. B. DRAKE. Chemist,
lee of dea'h. Do not wait until
B flush 1 dicata" a'vauoed con
I, appears ou the cheeK. Check
1 cougn and heal the Irritated
ih HALE'S honby of hoeehound
[before the orlsls c.imes. Be In
u by all D ugglsts
toothache Drops oure In one min
>ftha Ravage tribes enter their
p> ill rough a hole In the toof and
arson One mn so fst that he can
Ui he '« regarded as an outlaw.
I system been adopted In the
States, the 'out-laws'' could not
de a more active demand tor Al»
tl Fat than now exists. Hundreds
lived In oonstaut fear of sudden
ye, by Its use, been reduoed to a
living weight. The Anti-Fat
vegetaole and perfeetly harm
by all druggists.
A REMARKABLE TRIAL!
I STORY FOUNDED ON ACTUAL OCCURRENCES,
JULIAN G, NOB,
apthox or "destiny," "peairix flowek,"
issuing quickly from liis retreat, the
Gipsy grasped oue end of the bag.
"Drop it!" said Tom. "No chance id
take it—the hull crowd's awake! Sooot!"
He kicked the lag aside and dragged Jack
into the street. ■
The Spider, stationed at the back fence,
warned by the noises inside, had already
taken his departure.
All three lied, each taking a different di
The police, arriving ten minutes lat ,
captured a battered window, the bag that
had awaited transportation,and Tom Black's
old lantern, all of which they carried away
An easy victory for the "best police force
in the world."
THE CONTENTS OF TOM BLACK'S ENVELOPE—
CLARK KEEPS HIS PROMISE—HIS TERRIBLE
Not till late the next morning was Cecil
alone in the most seolnded part of the house
—a room on the top floor.
The strange incident of the burglar's ad
monition, and the daring of the man, were
of a nature to call up all her wildest im
With trembling hands, she opened the
A smaller sealed envelope, and a note,
were its contents, the latter a miserable
scrawl, and revealing a woful lack of intel
ligence. It read:
"Keep up youre kurridge an dont be
skared of Clark—evry dog has his day an
hisn will soon be out, Burn this '
the other aa it is. If you finde out ennything,
dont 1st ennybuddy know it till you heer
from youre Unknown Friend. "
No address. Yet evidence that it was
oertainly meant for herself beoause of the
mention of her enemy's name.
How surprised would Jared Clark have
been, could he have read those lines. The
defenseless, weak girl, seemed to have found
a champion at the beginning of the battle.
But would a profeseioBal thief interest
himself? Was it a trick? If not, how much
did hs know, and whence came his knowl
edge of her doings?
She examined the other envelope.
Would it be wise to open it, in violation
of his request that she should not? Perhaps
it contained the magic key that would un
lock the long-kept secret.
No; the midnight visitor had trusted her;
■he would wait.
Clara Coles, frightened into extreme cau
tion by the loss she had been so near sus
taining, was in her chamber arranging for
the protection of her personal property
from further depredation.
After concealing the sealed note, Cecil
joined her for the purpose of informing her
that Mr. Eldridge was to call to negotiate
for the purchase of property—what class
she did not state.
"Bnt, my dear, your lawyer, said Clara,
her eyes twinkling. "Doesn't he generally
attend to such affairs?"
"Id rather fix this myself, returned
Cecil. "Mr. Eldridge is so affable that I,
having this piece of property to dispose of,
proposed his calling to talk the matter over.
My lawyer is out of town, and could not,
were he at hand, dispose of it, as it is the
same I wished to persuade Mr. Clark to take.
It is an incubus of which he knows little.
Mr. Clark would have bought it, but I am
not going to hunt him up."
"What a woman you are!' said Clara
"Don't let love get mixed with business—
Mrs. Burrill is looking jealously to Mr. Eld
ridge for her second husband."
"She need have no fear of me; I shall die
an old maid. Go on with your work, Clara
put away everything valuable, or, now tha
the burglars know the place, they may
turn with an accomplice from < the police
force, to make sure of getting it"
"You have a poor opinion of our city ex
ecutives, my dear." . . ,
"Why should I have a high opinion of
mismanagers and maladministrators, who
corrupt and ruin? The least important
offioes, when held by vicious men, can be
made instruments to drag down the highest,
and defeat justice, or vice-verm."
"Where do you get such ideas from, my
From what I read in the newspapers?.
Is there not sufficient in a single issue to
convince the youngest school-boy ^ of the
degradation of the city government?
This discourse was interrupted by a ring
at the hall bell. .
It was the expected visitor.
Cecil received him in the reception-room,
leaving the door ajar.
His genteel mannerisms were instantme- ,
onslv trodden under by the impatient gn
"Mr. Clark, Eldridge, or whatever appel
lative you this morniBg rejoice in, she said,
cuttingly, "don't stand there smirking and
smiling like Iago. You must remember
Bhakspere's epigrammatic line:
smile and smlle;and be a villain,•
•A man may
and go on with your Story."
"You are losing your good breeding, Miss
Clayton," retorted Clark. "Your late fa
She interrupted him with a gesture.
"Please do not unnecessarily drag: into
the conversation my fathers name, she
said, haughtily. "And let us understand
each other at the start I hold a secret of
yours-you hold facts of great value to me.
Oue is to be bartered for the other. For
you I have less respect than for the most
wretched beggar-yon are welcome here
only because I did not wish to place my life
in your hands by meeting you elsewhere..
Therefore, do not waste tame in acting the
gentleman when you are in reality a scoun
drel, nor pretend friendship when
filled with hatred." . ,
Clark ensconced himselt in the luxurious
depths off* easy ohair, E£lyiBS>. ■- - -
■*«Yoa hi complimentary u mr; if*
the irony of woman I am proof against
High society furnishes any amount of fe
"Mr. Clark, we bare been visited by bur
glars"—her eyes were turned full upon him
—"detectives are expected here to take a di
agnosis. It is a oriminal offence to use ficti
tious names to cover evil purposes. I may
inquire further of the law.
He saw that he must dissemble.
"The house broken open by burglars!" ht
Cecil smiled sarcastically.
"I did not say so; I said visited, Mr
Clark—visited, not 'broken open. ' But per;
haps you know something about it."
"More inuendo, Miss Clayton!"
"I am convinced that you are not only a
thief, but also a—murderer—the murderer
of Ned Jasper!"
The expression of this suspicion bore
richer fruit than she had anticipated.
Clark sprang to his feet.
"Who—who is the aecuserf" he gasped.
"That need not concern yon. Your
guilty conscience is sufficient to betray you.
Understand, Mr. Clark, that I am not the
country girl you evidently have taken me to
my education was received in the city
Now, let us to business."
Her manner was cool as at the beginning,
lull liful now a far different effect on him.
•lias tue jailer gone back on ms?" he
thought. "If he has, she can show a full
band, for she possesses other information to
strengthen it.' 1
With the usual bland smile, however, he
declared her suspicions unjust and an
nounced himself perfectly willing to answer
"I wish to know, first, how the trouble
between my parents originated," said Cecil,
"I am pained to tell you that yon have no
legally married mother," answered the viL
lain. "In other words, that you are an ille
Her heart almost ceased pulsating.
Could it be that that was the sin which
had kept her father from revealing to her
the truth? Was it because he had sinned
against her mother, and not her mother
against him? She would not believe it.
The villainous Clark should not find her as
credulous as himself.
unmoved, she bade him pro
"Your mother was never legally married
to Mr. Clayton. She is a bigamist."
"That is the word. The oeremony whioh
used to have made her John Clay
ton's wife was useless; she was already enti
tled to the name of Mrs. Jared Clark! '
"Oh, Heaven," thought the poor girl/ "if
this be so!"
"I knew nothing of Mrs. Clftrk's trickery
till three months after your birth, being ab
sent from New Haven, where John Clayton
at that time lived and transacted business.
So soon as I became aware of it, I made
your unhappy father aware of the delusion
under which he was laboring. The next
day she was driven from his roof. Natural
ly he cast her off, or, rather, returned her to
_ij. But I would have nothing to do with
her thereafter. By mutual agreement, the
trouble was hushed up. John Clayton re
moved to W-, taking with 'aim a nurse
for hie motherless child, and a ! ousekeeper,
to whom he represented himself a widower.
Yet the affair came near being ventilated by
the hot-headed conduct of the false woman s
brother who, immediately she told him of
Mr. Clayton's course, laid a plan to thrash
him. Two evenings after the denouement,
John Clayton, while returning from his law
yer's, was set upon by William Armstrong,
the brother. Ned Clayton, home from a
cruise, coming up, and being half drunk,
took a hand in the fight. Armstrong was
struck over the head suoh a foroible blow as
scattered some of his brains. On the trial it
proven that the dead man's assailant
was the tipsy Ned, who, when arrested, gave
another name than his own. John got
away before the police came up.
what the quarrel arose Ned would not state,
and, having a confounded worthless lawyer,
was sentenced for life."
A terrible f"ar that this revelation might
be true stunned Cecil. She had asked him
to tell her what she could have known but
from one person on earth save him, and she
must know where to find that person—her
mother—before she could prove its truth or
its falsity. It seemed too incredible for be
Recovering, she asked, composedly, de
termined that the gloating ruffian should
not see the effect his words produced:
"How is it, Mr. Clark, that you are ac
quainted with the i> nermost facte of the
case—the street brawl, for instance—which
would suppose known only to the par
ticipants?" , , „ . ,
"I witnessed the skirmish—Ned and my
self were together when we came up with
John Clayton. I kept that to myself, and
consequently did not go on the witness
stand. It has been worth money to me.
"Why did you neglect to use it to extort
money from me?"
"I have been waiting your father s return.
He is not such a fool as to commit suicide,
and I'm unprepared to swallow the loot-pad
"Can you exhibit unmistakable proof of
a former marriage?" , „
"Enough to satisfy even your skepticism.
"In what form?"
"Where is it?"
"Under lock and key."
"Ali!" thought Cecil, "if he has not falsi
tied, aud 1 can get that, I am safe!
The thought nerved her to a desperation
hitherto foreign—she would now hesitate at
nothing short of actual crime. The stakes
were high—the game waiting.
She pushed to the door suddenly, and
asked, m a thick voice:
"Will you get itt"
Clark reflected a moment.
"No; I cannot. I have important business
which will not admit of delay. "
"Send for it; I will bear your message!
There was a wild, strange light in her eye.
Never had he encountered, in all hut
woman to compare with
varied career, any
this young girl. ., ,,
"I can writ© you a not©, he said, blandly.
"If you wish to take it. The place is rather
rough where it is kept. I am not so wealthy
as I seem." . ,, _ ...
"I care not where it is. All I wish is a
at that paper." . . . . _
Clark sat down to a table, and dashed on
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The world moves, so doe science. We
nave long been accustomed to read mat
the wan l ot ozone In the atmosphere wat
the eause ol the plat us, of cholera, small
pox, dlptherla spotted fever, indeed - ali
those ulscenes *hlch bare their orient
flrom a vitiated condition 01 the air ( we
oreatue How to equalise the llsiuroeu
condition ol the air we breathe to a beaitny
tone, or supply its health giving lunoilons
a problem which occupied the cent minds
ol tnu medical profession in Path, Vleuna,
rlerlln, Dublin and Edinburg, as well as
cur own schools for a generation or mors.
Professor Wm A. Paine, A. M„ M. D,, a
Highly educated and cultivated physician,
uus labored assiduously 1 or thirty six veals
to this cause of disease and Its remedy
A* a result he has d.soovered that dl»
rases originate la germs, or In pmln worn*,
parasites- Now 1 any person- are utspoued
10 be scepiloal on this point they can soot
be convinced, i>y the tflfe of-a powerlu
microscope, that this Is an absolute otc*, ,
1 ad not a mere assei dmu This being SO
what could ofa more nutural than .he'.Doc
tor's theory, viz: ''To cure the disease,
you must destroy the parasites oaueifig itty }
nr. Paine, after years ol study, ns* titer
able to take uzoi. e, the great neaitli-givinit
element of the air, and reduce it to a
Liquid form. It Is an absolute cure tor
jatarrh, be destroying the germs' causing t
it. The same Uk regard to that tearful,
scourge, Diphtheria, and Ibis disease Is sc
deadly, simply beoause the parasites •
uausing It a>e allowed, from ttje want >.J .
proper treatment, to remain In the haem
oraue, when 11 they were destroy d, nature
would In all cases do the run 1 hely oe>
i>i ruction Oaone will positively accomplish
it produces better results In Consumption
than any other known remedy, .and it
used before the total destruction cl me
lungs will produce a cure. The same of
Cancer and other diseases. Ozone as a die*
infeetant has no equal for the body or sick
It was first discovered by Bohoenbeln la
1889. In i860, Andrews and Talt obtained
small quantities of It from Oxygen, uy
means of pressure. It Is asserted by L»ew -
and Odling that ozone contains three
atoms ofUxygtm white'he istte ihas two
atoms, and that by compressing It to one- .
mlrd of its volume Uaone is formed,
ozone has also been produced by passing •
series of electric sparks through Oxygen
; by applying Permanganate ol rotas
*a to amphurlc Add; by burning Phos
phorus in Etne ; orby orclu ; air through
a so ulfoh of Bldod, Ether, Permanganate
of Potassa aud Phosphorus.
Oxygen represents i-6th of the atm os-'
phera; ozone, 1 lueoib part. One thou tan a
qaurts, or 48 oublc fyet of air ale consumed
by a person every twenty-tour hours.
tMhoehelu named the substance which he
discovered oaous from the Greek worn
signify mg K> .aineh He supposed
that it war Cx,ygeu ln au aotive and highly
ufoctro-negaUre state- My ebservatiou&d
.ot warrant utepe conclusion,, as suu
^UkQOgft Ltoob 8 r* l htloralfc df V UUWi*, ©tC.*.
that yield largeqoanUties 01 Oxygen giv*
but little Ozone, whUe others pioduclug
producing little or no Oxygen yield .large
quantities of Ozone. The most highly ozon
ized organic bodies are Cedar-Wood, Pine
leaves. Blood, etc., etc.; of the iW moral
Salts, Alum, Hurphur,- Chloride ol. »ou".
ole., may be mentioned as agents yielding
osoneInabtuioanoe Ozone may bemads*
uiaotured from all ozonized bodies by
ohemtoal affinity, the evolution ot organic
matter, and the rapid disintegration of ail
ozonized substances, either by means ol
heat, eleotilolly or otner forms ol force.
Ozone Is the antiseptic principle ol evety
substance possessing the power to preserve
animal and vegetable structures iron} de
oay. The rwwpTvatlve and pu. rmn* quai
alee of a>V (Wreolls Aold, ihloride oi
time ado i? 'iW wi'*'!» to the preeence
Dr Payn oqn he cononited dally at iu»
offices m the iiealiiody Hofei Muth eiret
between Wsinutand Spruce streets Phila
1'he large and eiegan L it otei uas been te
oenuy fitted in the most exquisite stym o,
the the celebrated Fru.essor Halue... iut
1'roiessor exerolses a peioonal supervls.ou
over every ..r ime oi louii which oome.
Into the steward's department before li n
, lven out to the coos * MUR aqu other ar
ticles oi alet are regu.any Inspected; hem
uotwlthstanding tnelaigt .amber ofguesb
aot a single otse oi ii.oiase hasucourreu
and the Invalid recovers with reiuaraault
facility. The Prolessur has thus convene
a itret-class Hotel Into u sanctuary
u a tn lu-teau ol a pisl-houi-i o i 1 - ->
«slr f.e 4 ueui,ly ihe cas with Hotels '
has me most experleueeu
fenttve Wallers aud ocie- tlfle i.\.oks wn.
cater to the comfort, hea.tn and nappiues.
of the guests, instead 'he passi. ns
luorblu appetites, .hecharge* are iti keep
mg with t„e times being te per day im -
room and thiee meals ttooms wltnou.
board, tout »0 rents to 81. Weekly board,
irom $c to 814 Board without rooms, Oa.ot
per week. He- en . tickets (or 89
pen (lay aft 1 ' Ai£ht- ne cans runm***
it tne doort a a /ey paenengers to or iroir
5uay*of th«* (ley - *• - r '° * t-ta* ' *
From the Earliest Age*
•SCROFULA ha. been the bane, and as it
were, the curse of mankind, Mosee, in the
18th onapter of Leviticus, lays down re ry
explicit rulee on tnis disease. 8o terrible
and loathsome had li been considered men
that a person known to be Infected with It
would not be allowed U mix with society
f he Jews regarded it as a divine infliction
and believed there was no oure for It. L
was then the sins ofa youth ora divlatlon
from the paths ol virtue were punished ae
Long as life lasted Happhy In our day
the stance of medicine has been developeo
the great storehouse of Nature furnishes w
remedy the disease Is stripped of Its ter
ror by me use of thettAMAttlTAN'BEOO'l
AND HERB JUICEs, and the vletlin o;
dcrofula, Ulcers, 8ores, Plntples, Blotches
TDter, etc,, can be restored to soundfoealtlr
In a few weeks, that mere are tnfmsuin is
now whoso conditions are as bad at tlioiit
of me dark ages we are well aware. Many
now fail to find a cure as well as they din
then. To all suoh the Samaritan's Koo;
and Herb Juices will prove a happy boon
eradicating all Impurities fi-om the blooc
and making the complexion bright ano
bealthyi A few bottles will remove pim
ples or blotches, thereby doing away with
cosureties and powpers, HOOT AN D HERB
JUICES 81.UO per bottle: Sent by express
to any address:
D dt GO*.
16 Kxo«M'rM>< . ffhllartemula t
D U. JOKIIAN. UIz DUB JO HD A «
DAV1EABON, sole prinelpal and pin
prtetor of the
GREAT EUROPEAN MUSEUM,
street Philadelphia, haajp
Issued a new
on mental, nervous and acquired debt! •
a pamphlet of great Importance, In whi
i Indisputably is shown hOwlost h an
oan be regained, also a esaay on mama. •
snonld be read by all. Osn be had, prioe
cents in postage stamps, poet Uee,
addressing tue auttaer,
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