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* AD VERT? SE KS will take notice that we cannot
engage that any advertisement sent to Tn a
S Ews office at a later hour tht a half-past nine
o'clock at night will appear In the next morn?
ing's paper. An exception to this rule ls made
rn favor of notices of meetings, deaths and
Meetings Tbl9 Day.
/Hook and Ladder, No. 2. at 7 P. M.
J Auction Sales Tbis Day.
f J. A. Enslow <fc Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
r -Hiller's sall loft, Dillon street, a lot of sails.
CR?VBS.-T. J. Mackey and Tim Hurley aro
willing to bet from a hat to three thousand
dollars on the result of the election. Where
does -he money come from ?
PERSONAL.-With tba opening of the dra?
matic season, Mr. Julius L. Moses will assume
the onerous and responsible position of treas?
urer of the Academy. The promptitude, cour?
tesy and business tact of Mr. Moses will do
much to promote the popularity and success
of the ^entertainments at the academy this
JOCKO.-In the role of the Brazilian Ape,
Mr. Paul alartinetti, of the Martioetti-'Bavel
troupe (who open at the Academy of Music on
Monday,) is a marvel of agility and pantomimic
perfection. Little Ignacio Martinetti is an in?
fant -phenomenon as a singer and dancer, and
Mieses Sally and Mary Partington, and the sis
t^rs Martinetti, are brilliant performers. Our
exchanges agree in expressing the opinion that
it isthebest ballet and pantomine troupe which
has visited the South since the war.
SKIFF ? GATLORD'S MINSTRELS.-The per?
formances at the Academy last night were the
best which we have yet witnessed this season.
The song by Mr. R. T. Tyrrell, "Darling Bessie
of the Lea," was very well rendered Indeed,
and was loudly. encored. The performance
to-night will be the last in which this Incom?
parable troupe will appear in this city, and we
?wish them a crowded house. The troupe will
leave Charleston to-morrow for Atlanta, where
they will perform on Monday night.
NEW YORK FREIGHTS VIA PHILADELPHIA.
The Bteamer "Everman'* will sail for Phila?
delphia this afternoon, and in view o? the
crowded condition of our direct steamers to
New York, shippers can with advantage avail
themselves of this line to that port, as the
dally, In fact almost hourly, dispatch o? steam
vessels between Philadelphia and New York
lasares a safe and speedy delivery. Mr. Cour
tenay, Union wharves, will give particular In
formation as to terms, ?c.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Henry Rivers, a vagrant
was sent to Jail yesterday for thirty days.
Jacob Butler and Toby Brown are held for
examination on the charge of UH-tapping.
Colonel Ames, of the New Orleans Circus
was lined $50 for neglecting to obtain a li
Solomon Bose was sent to jail for twelve
days for resisting a policeman.
Nancy Barnwell was arrested by Officer
Burke, of the detectives, on suspicion of lar?
ceny, and ls held for examination.
FALL AMUSEMENTS.-If the opening of the
?season is a promise of that which ls to follow,
what a jolly place Charleston will be during
the next four or five mouths. Every adver?
tising signboard In town, and nearly every
available brick wall, seems to have broken
out with a sudden eruption of posters and
handbills, representing a l the colors of the
rainbow, and illustrating the motliest freaks
of artistic Imagination. The circus is already
here, turning the heads of the juveniles, and
emptying the pocketbooks of their paternal
ancestors. The burnt-cork opera holds forth
in the Academy o? Music, to be succeeded next
week by pantomime and burlesque, and final?
ly followed by Laura Keene and the Drama.
Two skating rinks are also In successful ope?
ration. No one can, therefore, complain of a
want o? amusement, or that Charleston does
not offer inducements to our country cousins
to come and see us, spend their money, Inhale
?ur local oxygen, and then go borne happier
and better men._
TOWN TALK !-Business m are just now
grumbling audibly over the tightness of the
money market. It is doubtless true tbat green?
backs are temporarily locked up, so that their
euphonious rustle no longer tickles the ear to
a distressing extent, but there is daily music
still In the rumbling, bustling, busy sounds of
East Bay, which prelude the grander strains
we shall hear when the fall trade has fully be?
gun. Drummers have made their advent from
tbe North and West, and give us at least a
taste of small talk: and the latest styles in
fashion. Cotton buyers are scattered through
the State by scores; the crop ls beginning to
move, and country merchants are following
closely upon its heels. The New York, Balti?
more and Philadelphia steamers are bringing
large freights of merchandise, and Ave pre?
sume the railroads are active in the same
work. Altogether tho aspect ls a pleasant
one, and calls only lor the exercise of patience
until money begins to change hands and break
THE COUNTY TREASURER.-We learn that it
is the Intention of General William Gurney,
the new county treasurer of Charleston, as
soon as he enters upon the duties o? his office,
to open a new set o? account books, and then
draw the medium line between the old and
the new. For the satisfaction of all parties
concerned, he also proposes to secure the ser?
vices of a proper expert, and assign to him
the examination of the bo?ks of his predeces
sor, to the end that errors may be corrected li
they exist, and If Injustice has been done, the
Innocent may not suffer. It ls not Improba?
ble that a careful management of the-treasur'
ere office will make it more popular than lt
has been among the creditors of the county
for the last year, and General Gurney, as a
practical business man, will doubtless aim to
effect this purpose.
COURT OP GENERAL SESSIONS.-The court
met yesterday at 9 A. M, Judge Zephaniah
Platt presiding. The following oases were dis?
posed of :
The 8tate vs..8atnuel Tolllver-burglary aud
larceny. C. W. But tz, Esq., for defence. Case
continued and verdict of not guilty.
The State vs. Wilson Pinckney-rape. Ar?
thur M. Mackey, Esq., for delence. Not guilty.
The State vs. James Mazyck-grand larcen y
R. W. Seymour, Esq., lor defence. Not guilty.
The State vs. Jos. Williams, Gabriel Pluck
ney, Robert Savage and Wm. A. Hord-bur?
glary and larceny-A. M. Mackey, Esq., "and
C. W. Buttz, Esq., lor defence. After hearing
testimony for the prosecution, the court ad?
journed and the case was continued.
The grand Jury brought lu the following true
The State vs. Samuel Jackson-burglary and
The State VB. William Smalls-burglary and
The State vs. John Gamble-assault and bat?
The State vs. Peter Walsh-harboring de?
PERSONAL.-Mr. E. B. Pond, one of the pro?
prietors of tbe Mills House, arrived from At?
lanta yesterday! He Is also the proprietor of
the National Hotel in that city. He represents
the preparations now being made in Atlanta
for the Georgia State Fair as indescribably im?
mense. Large sums of money have been ex?
pended, grounds beautified, prizes purchased,
tournaments arranged, entertainment prepar?
ed, and lines of travel engaged at half-price
for the thousands of pilgrims who are expect?
ed to migrate towards that Mecca, between the
19th and 26th of October.
FATAL ACCIDENT.-Yesterday, at about noon,
an old building in Bedon's alley, near Elliott
street, owned by Mr. George S. Cameron, well
known as "Binnacle Hall,'' fell in with a ter?
rific crash, Instantly killing a colored man
named Moses Grant, and painfully Injuring
two boys, one white and one colored, named
Benjamin Howard and John Fogartie. The
building had been for some time past used as
a livery stable by Grant and one John Reid,
with whom he was in copartnership. Both
of the men were in the building at the time ol
the accident, but Reid escaped unhurt. The
boys were in the yard near the building, and
were injured by the falling bricks. Mr. Buch
helt's bakery, adjoining the building on the
rear, was badly Injured, as was also a small
brick building on the side. None ol the horses
which were in the stable were hurt, but one of |
the carriages wa? completely demolished.
UNITED STAVES COURT-HON. GEO. S. BRYAN,
JUDGE. PRESIDING.-The court was opened at
10 A. M. yesterday, and the following business
(vas disposed of :
Ex parte the Grand Lodge of Free Masons
)f South Carolina, in re McCarthy <fc Roy,
lankrupts. Petition to set up lien. Referred
0 J. C. Carpenter!
Thomas B. Callaghan, of Irelaud, was made
1 citizen of the United States.
In the case of the United States vs. Richard
ilurphy and Henry May alias Harry May, on
he charge ol improperly influencing a Juror,
t was ordered that they show cause forthwith
vhy they should not be attached for contempt
In the case of the United States vs. Richard
ilurphy and Henry May alias Harry May,
iharged with harboring seamen, a verdict of |
tot guilty was rendered.
In the case of John H. Addis rs. the bark
Jrusoe, libel for wages, a warrant of arrest
vas issued, returnable on the 12th instant.
THE MERCHANTS' LINE OF SAILING PACKETS
L NEW VESSEL.-The very large demand for
relght room at this point during this season
as produced an active inquiry for shipping
u affording faculties, for cheap and reliable
ransportation, the Merchants' Line of New
'ork Sailing Packets, of which Messrs. W.
:oach & Co. are agents, stands prominent,
he success of these vessels has been tested
v a large public patronage, extending through
period of some twenty years, In which snip?
ers have been served with marked success
ad general satisfaction. This line is con
iantly recruited with new vessels of the most
pproved build, combining speed, safety and
reac carrying capacity. Among the last ad
ltions to these vessels ls the beautiful three
?asted schooner Jennie Rosalind, lately built
t Brookhaven, Long Island. This vessel is
IO feet long on keel, fourteen and a half feet
eep, three feet beam, and registers 341 tons,
he is constructed of oak and yellow pine,
id ls copper-fastened, no expense being
>ared In her build. She arrived here on
anrsday, and brings a fui! cargo consigned lo
ty merchants and various parties in the South
id West, and has come from New York in
e rapid time of about three days. She ls
immanded by Captain Tooker, an experi
iced and successful seaman. Her capacity is
.out 10W compressed bales, and she will be
ady lor freight in a few days.
TO TBE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
In the examination ot the official accounts
" the Treasury, and the comparison of those
:counts with the accounts of H. H. Kiinpton,
ade by me and published In THE NEWS, there
an error. I was led into It by the manner
i which the accounts are stated by the treas
rer. The receipts and expenditures, of the
trrent year, and the recapitulation ofthat
;count follow each other, and the summary ol
ie year's receipts and expenditures ls at the
0*o of both. That they were distinct ac
y.ints and not one continued account, escaped
ty notice. As I do not desire to make any
large not fully sustained by the facts, or to
0 injustice to any one, I hasten to correct the
rror. The interest on public debt was not
barged twice, ss I thought and stared. The
une error also enters into the comparison of
ie account of H. H. Kimptou with the State.
1 all other respects, I believe my statement
>be accurate. Please publish this, and oblige,
Hotel Arrivals-October 7.
J. C. Cordler, New York; W. Stevenson. Au
usta; G. Mason, North Carolina; L. H. W.
'imbrill, New Orleans; John S. Davidson, Au
usta; J. A. Chambers, Savannah; R. Doug?
las, Augusta; A. J. Briggs, Clarendon; H.
olneau, Augusta; C. S. Mathie, J. S. Drlggs,
ocksonville; J. S. Parker, Adams's Run; E.
epper, Philadelphia; A. Bargelbaln, New
'ork; B. E. Lloyd, Baltimore.
E. B. Pond, Atlanta; F. G. West and wife,
ientucky; R. Maffat.
J. J. Nettles and lady, South Carolina; Miss
'. B. Graham, Leesville; M. L. Jones, North
(astern Railroad; Henry Allen, New York; H.
avior. Walhalla; P. K. Coburn, Summerville;
I. W. Maurice, Kingstree; J. S. Foster, North
astern Railroad; C. M. Hlers, Branchville; J.
r. Riley, Orangebunz; James B. Hey ward, Jr.,
outh Carolina; C. Benton, North Carolina; J.
.ltraon, Colleton County; EL B. Rollins, Wll
BUSINESS If O X I C JSS .
FBUTTB AND VEGETABLES.-Andrews & Salvo,
97 King street, advertise a larsre quantity of
pples and other fr QI is and vegetables. The
pplea arc particularly fine.
THE FAME OF THE STAB SBOBT, with which
J e name of Scott has become eo intimately as
ociated throughout South Carolina, ia still on
tie increase. The steady pressure of custom
as compelled an enlargement of the well
nown Scott Star Shirt Emporium in Meeting
rreet. The proprietor has jost returned from
iew York with a full and choica stock of gente'
oderwear and furnishing goods of all kinds,
rom a champion brace to the latest agony in
iCckties. He invites an inspection ot his ee
SHOES ! SHOES ! SH.IES !-The public are re
pectfnlly Invited to call at Lyons's Cheap
ihoe House, No. 78 Market street, near Meet
ng, north side, opposite Co-operative Btore,
lgn ot big boot and sign of big shoe, wnere
ou will be politely waited on; the proprietor
Jways on hand at this fancy establishment,
fou will certainly obtain bargains.
aug27-s6mos T. LYONS.
A GOOD CHANCE to make money by taking
;he State Agency of the Wilson Sewing Ma?
mine. See advertisement. oct7-2*
B'AYE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
Slack ? WILSON'S GBOCEBT. jons
AMS O USCEMENT8.
JOHN F. BRITTON-for the Legislature
will receive the united support of
oct6 _ _THK PEOPLH.
FOR CORONER, E. M. WHITO?O, ESQ.-Messrs.
Editors : Believing that this is no time to re?
move from office an efficient officer who has
long and faithfully served the public, and who,
by his energy, courtesy, uniform kindness and
consideration, has given universal satisfaction
to the entire community, we would respect?
fully nominate E. M. Whiting, Esq., as a can?
didate for the office of Coroner ol Charleston
County at the ensuing election:
oct6 MANX CITIZENS.
MESSRS. EDITORS-Please announce Louis
DUNNEHAN as a candidate for County Com?
missioner for Charleston County, and oblige
oct5-6* MANY VOTERS.
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE
TO BE HELD AT
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
FIRST WEEK IN NOVEMBER, 1870.
Arrangements have been made for Visitors to
Travel at the following Reduced Rates:
South Carolina Railroad, and connecting roads,
Return Ticket Free.
Northeastern Railroad, and connecting roads,
Return Ticket Free.
Savannah Railroad, Return Ticket Free.
Savannah and Florida Steamers, Return Ticket
Georgetown Steamers, Return Ticket Free.
From New York to Charleston and Return, by
From Philadelphia to Charleston and Return,
by Steamer, $30. .
From Baltimore to Charleston and Return, by
SUOULD ADD BESS APPLICATIONS FOR SPACE TO
"GENERAL WILMOT G. DESA?SSUBE,
SECRETARY AND TREASURER SOUTH CAROLINA
CHARLESTON. S. 0."
jt?- AMPLE ACCOMMODATIONS WILL BE
PROVIDED FOR STOCK.
JOHN MARSHALL, .
S'A VAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER AND RICE.
ang24 s_ _
pEKFECTION IN BAKING
Housekeepers who do their Cooking on Kero
?ene or Gas Stoves, should procure
DTJVAL'S PATENT BAKFI?,
vhich will bake Bread, BlscvU. Pies, Ac, and
Roast Poultry, Beef, Pot?toes, Ac, to perfection.
For sale by B. DUVAL A SON, . j
may28-s_No. 337 King street.
Drugs, Cl'cmiccils, &c.
E Y SE R WAT BB
From the Celebra' ed
SPOUTING SPRING OF SARATOGA.
High Rock Water
White Sulphur Water.
Jusf received and for. sale by
G. W. AIMAR,
Chemist and Druggist,
Corner King and Vanderhorst streetB.
jyK SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR,
A preparation of Roots and Herbs, warranted
to be strictly vegetable, and can do no injury to
It has been used by hundreds, and known for
the last thirty-five years as one of the most relia?
ble, efficacious and harmless preparations ever
offered to the suffering. If taken regularly and
persistently, it is sure to cure:
Dyspepsia, headache, Jaundice, costiveness,
sick headache, chronic diarrhoea, affections of
the bladder, camp dysentery, affections of the
kidneys, fever, nervousness, chills, diseases of
the skin, impurity of the blood, melancholy or de?
pression of spirits, heartburn,-colic or poins in
the bowels, pain In the head, fever and ague,
Jropsy, bolls, pola iu back and limbs, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious Jdlseases
Prepared only by J. H. ZEILIN A CO., Drug?
gists, Macon, Ga.
Price $1; by mall $125.
Many highly respectable persons can fully at?
test to the virtues of this valuable medicine.
For sale by -
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
?HYSICIANS, PLEASE NOTICE.
GENUINE AND PURE MEDICINES.
IODIDE POTASSIUM, Calvert's Carbolld Acid
Citric Acid, Herring's Wine of Colchicum
Herring's Citrate Iron and Quinine
Price's Glycerine .
J. Collis Brown's Chlorodyne
German Chloral Hydrate. G. J. LUHN,
t Apothecary and Chemist.
Southeast Corner King and John streets,
may2e-thstu5mo8 Charleston, S. 0.
BE GREAT GERMAN REMEDIES.
Professor LOUIS WUNDRAM'S BLOOD PUK1
FY1NG AND PURGATIVE HERBS, (in Pills Ol
Powders,) for the cure of all Acute or Chronic
Diseases, resulting from Impure blood and Imper?
Also, the following Medicines by the same (Pro?
fessor Louis Wundram, Brunswick, Germany :)
Herb Tea (for Dyspepsia and Nervousness,);
Rheumatic Herb Tea.
Wundwasser (the German "Painkiller.)
Fm sale by Jr. H. BABB,
maroo No. 181 Meeting street.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
The Proprietor troats that his Remedies, irom
the fact of belog advertised, may Dot be classed
as Patent Medicines.
BTJCHU, m one form or otber, has been pre?
sented by every educated Physician for more than
TWO HUNDRED TEARS.
H. T. HEME OLD claims a superior mode or ex?
tracting Its virtues. The experiments were made
while engaged in the DRUB business in the City
of Philadelphia, nineteen years ago, prompted by
the alarming increase of diseases or the Bladder,
Kidneys, Gravel and Urinary Organs, existing In
both sexes. These diseases were Justly attract?
ing as much attention as diseases of the Liver, or
any other vital organs of the body. Upon the
sound and healthy condition of these important
organs, the healthy and harmonious action of the
nervous system and Liver, and consequently the
happiness of the entire human family, depends.
That Buchu should act upon both Liver and Kid?
neys, to prepare lt so that it would retain Its
strength and active principle, was bis aim. It
must not be made, as housekeepers make tea, by
bolling. It ls a delicate leaf, and tts active prin?
ciple would be destroyed by such a process. It
must be prepared in VACUO, and from the Long
leaf, fresh and carefully selected.
THE SUPERIORITY OF MY MODE OF PREPA?
RATION BEING ACKNOWLEDGED, I now ship
even to the point (CAPE OF GOOD HOPE) where
the leaves are gathered, large quantities of
MY FLUID EXTRACT,
IN FACT THE ARTICLE STANDS PRE-EMI?
NENT. AND IS KNOWN LS* ALL PARTS OF THE
The first and most important object was to
otTer to the afflicted a remedy that was perfectly
safe, and could be taken by adults and children.
Ignorant persons, who pay no attention to dose,
direction or advice, might reason, "That If a tea?
spoonful taken occasionally did good, two would
do better, and perhaps a bottle would cure In a
Many have broken down their health by dissi?
pation, and on this principle; but they had been
years In doing so.
What I would have understood ls, that no Inju?
ry can arise from Its ase. It ls as safe as any ar?
ticle of food; but patients must not expect any
medicine to rebuild a wrecked or shattered con?
stitution In a few days.
This truth is so self-evident that lt would
seem unnecessary to repeat lt, were lt not for the
fact that thousands of persons who arc Intelligent
In all other matters, seem to think unreasonably
that a curative agent must exhibit Its specific ef?
fects immediately, when the fact is that time ls
often an Important element in the progress of a
safe and thorough cure, even when the medicine
is working the best results. These ?ame persons
would expend HUNDREDS, yes, THOUSANDS OF
DOLLARS, In articles of LUXURY AND DISSI?
PATION, and think less of it than they would of
FIFTY DOLLARS In Medicine to rebuild a
BROKEN DOWN AND WORKOUT CONSTITU?
Notwithstanding thc number of years I have
been engaged in business, there may be those lo?
cated at a distance that may not be aware of all
the facts, and would like to to be satisfied on all
the points. Having been educated a Druggist. I
append the following
FROM THE LARGEST MANUFACTURING CHEM?
IST IN THE WORLD.
"I am acquainted with Mr. H. T. Helmbold. He
occupied the drug store opposite my residence,
and was successful In conducting the business
where others had not been equally BC before him.
I have been favorably Impressed with his char?
acter and enterprise.
Firm or Powers A Welghtman, Manufacturing
Chemists, Ninth and Brown streets,
Philadelphia, November IS, 1854."
I propose to give evidence that thia Remedy ls
not a patent medicine. The objection which gen?
erally lies against all discoveries and Inventions
In medicine ls "publicity." If somebody should
discover a remedy to prolong life, or an Infallible
cure for cholera or consumption, what a monster ,
would he be to withhold his knowledge l We
have yet to learn rrom what chapter or verse in :
Scriptare to quote, "that may not heal others of ?
their fellow- men of any disease."
Nor have we asked Pickwicks, affected prudes,
or, in short, meu who are possessed of every
kind or sense but common sense, and all kinds or
opinions but their own. The Buchu ls a good '
thing. It has hundreds of thousands or living
witnesses to attest its virtues and commend lt. 1
lt ls the prejudice or bigots and the envy or
Wc offer the rollowlng evidence :
SEE JOURNAL OF PHARMACY.
SHE REMARKS MADE BY DR. EPHRAIM Mc- (
DOWELL, A CELEBRATED PHYSICIAN AND
MEMBER OF TUE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SUR?
GEON'S, IRELAND, AND PUBLISHED IN THE
TRANSACTIONS OF THE KING AND QUBEN'S
SEE MEDICO-CHIRURGICAL REVIEW, PUB- 1
LISIIED BY BENJAM?N TRAVERS, FELLOW OF
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. LONDON.
SEE PROF. DEWEES'S VALUABLE WORKS ON
THE PRACTICE OF PHYSIC. i
SEE REMARKS MADE BY THE LATE CELE- 1
BK VTED DR. PHYSICS, PHILADELPHIA. <
Aud most of the late Standaid Works on Medi
SEE Medical Properties contained in Dispensa- i
tory of the United States, or which the rollowing I
is a correct copy :
BUCHU.-Ita odor ls strong, diffusive, and some?
what aromatic; Its taste ls bitterish and analo- i
gous to that of mint. It ls given chiefly In com- 1
plaints or thc Urinary Organs, such aa Gravel, ,
Chronic Catarrh or the Bladder, Morbid Irritation
of the B;adder and Urethra, diseases or the Pros- \
ti ate Gland, and Retention or the Incontinence or |
Urine, rrom a loss or tone In the parts concerned
In Its evacuation. It has also been recommended
In Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheumatism, cutaneous
Affections and Dropsy.
CURE OF GRAVEL OF FIVE YEARS' STAND?
ING-STONE PARSED AND TO BE SEEN.
SAVANNAH, Tenn., May 14,1869.
DB. H. T. HBLMBOLD :
DEAR SIR-We Introduced your "FLUID EX?
TRACT BUCHU" luto this county about eight
months ago, and are happy to state lt l9 meeting
with universal lavor. We wish to Inform you or one
Instance, among many, where your Buchu has
worked wonders. A man in our county, named
J. B. Estell, has been suffering about five years
with gravel. About six WCCKS ago he bought
ot us one bottle or your Duchu, aud before he
was through with one bottle he passed a gravri
that weighs eight grains, which we have now on
exhibition In our drug store. He saya he will
never be without the Buchu In his house again.
Your preparations are gaining favor every day.
Very respectfully, yours, Ac,
ECCLES A HINKLE, Druggists.
CURE OF BLADDER AND KIDNEY AFFECTION
' OF LONG STANDING-STONE PASSED
AND TO BE SEEN.
WESTPORT, Conn., Sept. 9, 1869.
H, T. HELMBOLD, Esq :
DEAR SIR-I commeoced taking your "Extract
of Buchu" about two weeks since foran affection
of the bladder and kidneys. I have suffered by
spells very mach for a few days past; but yester?
day relier came through the effect ot yo'.r "Bu?
chu." A stone passed from my bladder about the
size or a large pea, and I now feel perfectly well,
and entirely Tree rrom the pain that I have suffered
with "so hard," I attribute my core to your
medicine entirely, and would recommend au per?
sons similarly affected to try lt. I have great
raith, in its curative pow era. Yours truly,
THOMAS J. BENNETT.
Rev. WILLIAM COGSWELL, Westport, Conn.
J. L. G. CANNON, Druggist, Westport, Conn.
H. B. WHEELER, Esq., Westport, Conn.
BRADLEY H?LL, Esq, Westport Conn.
Dr. WAKEMAN, Reading, Conn.
R. W. R. ROBINSON, Wholesale Druggist,
New York City.
And many others If necessary.
CURE OF KIDNEY AND BLADDER AFFEC?
TION OF A PATIENT SEVENTY
EIGHT YEARS OF AGE.
THANKS TO UR HELMBOLD.
GIRARD, Pa., March 31,1889.
EDITOR COSMOPOLITE :-I desire, as an unsolic?
ited tribute to the merits of HELMBOLD'S BTJCHrj
and for the benefit of those similarly afflicted as
myself, to say that after consulting many emi?
nent physicians and trying nearly all the best ad?
vertised remedies, In the vain hope of finding re?
lief from aggravated kidney and bladder dis?
eases, from which I have suffered excessively for
many years, good fortune finally suggested to
me HELMBOLD'S BUCH D', which I commenced
using with little faith, and no apparent beneficial
effects for abont a month. At the expiration of
that time, however, I thought I commenced to ex?
perience slight relief, which encouraged me to
persevere in its use, and DOW, at the expiration
offour months, although I am an infirm, old mau
nearly seventy-eight years of age, and conse?
quently medicines cannot be expected to ravora
bly affect me as they otherwise would, I have
found such unspeakable relief and permanent
benefit from Mr. Uelmbold's valuable discovery,
that I feel I ought to pubUcly record the fact, as
an acknowledgment co him, and a valuable aug
gestion to the public. Yours, respectful!v,
D. M. LAREN.
Mr. Laren refers to the following gentlemen:
Colonel DAN RICE, Girard, Pa.
CHARLES STOW, Esq., Girard, Pa., Editor Cos
GEORGE H. CUTLER, Girard, Pa., Attorney.
C. I HISDS, Girard. Pa.. Attornev.
Captain D. W. HUTCHINSON, Girard, Pa., At
DAVID OLIN, Girard, Pa., Merchant.
DAVID E. DAY, Girard, Pa., Merchant.
C. F. ROCKWELL, Girard. Pa., Merchant,
B. C. ELY, Girard, Pa., Druggist.
ls a physician of over thirty years* experience,
and a graduate of the Jefferson Medical College
and of the University of Medicine and Surgery
MR. H. T. HELMBOLD S
DEAR SIR-In regard to the question asked me
as to my opinion about Buchs, 1 would say that I
have nsed and sold the article lu various forms
for the past thirty years. I do not think there ls
any form or preparation of lt I have not used, or
known to be used, In the various diseases where
such medical patent would be Indicated. You are
aware, as well as myself, that lt has been exten?
sively employed in the various diseases of the
b adder and kidneys, and the reputation lt hos
acquired, In my judgment, is warranted by the
I have seen and used, as before stated, every
form of Buchu-the powdered leaves, tincture
fluid extracts-aud I am not cognizant of any
?reparation of that plant at all equal to yours,
wei ve years' experience ought, I think, to give
me the right to Judge of Its merits, and, without
prejudice or partiality, I give yeu precedence
over all others.
I value your Bncbu for Its effect on patients. I
have cured with lt, and seen cured with lt, more
diseases of the bladder and kidneys than I have
ever seen cured w.th any other Buchu or any
other proprietary compound ot whatever name.
Respectfully yours, fcc.,
GEO. H. KEYSER, M. D.,
110 Wood streeei, Pittsburg, Pa.
August ll, 1885.
A CASE OF TWENTY YEARS' STANDING.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., June 25,1867.
H. T. HELMBOLD, Druggist :
DEAR SIR-I have been a sufferer for upwards
of twenty years with gravel, bladder and kidney
affections, daring whtch time I have used various
medicinal preparations and been under the treat?
ment of most eminent physicians, experiencing
but little relier.
Having seen your preparation extensively ad?
vertised, I consulted my family pliyslclan in re
?ard to using yonr Extract Buchu.
I did this because I had used aU kinds or adver?
tised remedies and had round them worthless,
and some quite Injurious; In fact, 1 despaired or |
ever getting web, and determined to nae no rem?
edies hereafter unless I knew of the Ingredients.
It was this that prompted me to use your remedy.
As you advertised that lt was romposed of ouchu,
cubebs and juniper berries, lt occurred to me and
and my physician as an excellent combination;
and, with my advice, after an examination or Du
article, and consulting again with the druggists,
1 concluded to try lt. I commenced to use lt
about eight months ago, at which time I was oon
flned to my room.
From the fl ret bottle I was astonished and gra?
tified at the beneficial effect, and arter using lt
three weeks was able to walk out. I felt much
like writing to you a full statement of my case at
the time, but thought my improvement might
only be temporary, and therefore concluded to
defer and see If lt would effect a perfect enre,
knowing that lt would be of greater value to you
and more satisfactory to me.
I am now able to report that a cure ls effected
after using the remedy for five months.
I have not used any now for three months, and
fee) as well, la all respects, as I ever did.
Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant
taste and odor, anice toute and lnvigorator of
the system, I do not mean to be without lt when?
ever occasion may require Its use In suoh affec?
tions. . M. MCCORMICK.
Should any doubt Mr. Mccormick's statement
he refers to the following gentlemen:
Hon. WILLIAM BIGLER. ex-Qovernor of Penn?
Hon. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Philadelphia.
Hon. J.e. KNOX. Philadelphia.
Hon. J. S. BLACK. Philadelphia.
Hon. D. B. PORTER, ex-Governor of Pennsyl
Hon. ELLIS LEVIS. Philadelphia.
Hon. R. C. GRIER, ex-Judge United States
Hon. G. W. WOODWARD, Philadelphia.
Hon. W. A. PORTER, Philadelphia.
Hon. JOHN BiGLKR, ex-Governor of California.
Hon. F. BANKS, Washington, D. C.
And many others If necessary.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS WOULD BE GIVEN
FOR A BOTTLE IF NECESSARY.
RA it WAY, N. J., December 2,1869.
ll. T. HELMBOLD, Esq. :
DEAR SIR-I take great pleasure In sendlug you
a certificate In addition to the many you have re?
ceived from suffering humanity. I can scarcely
And-language suiriclently sirong to express my
heartfelt gratlflcatlon at thc wonderful cure your
Buchu has effected. For four years I have suf?
fered beyond description. All my friends, with
m v se ir. came to the conclusion that my case was
incurable. Accident placed your advertisement
lu my hands. I commenced taking your Bucha.
I roi owetl the directions, and to my utter as?
tonishment, ber >re I had taken seven bottles of
your valuable medicine-(I would give one hun?
dred dollars a bottle, if I could not get lt at nay
other price)-I am cutlrely cured. I most earn?
estly recommend lt to all those suffering from
iliseuse. 1 have told many persons to take your
valuable medicine, and they are doing so with
great success. Any Information my fellow-cltl
zensmay require will be freely given by the sub?
scriber, at his residence, No. 78 Milton avenue,
Raliway, N.J. H. M. FREEMAN,
Councilman Third Ward, City of Raliway.
RAHWAT, N. J., December 2, i860.
We, thc undersigned, are well acqualnte i with
H. M. Freeman, of Raliway, and know that he
has been a long-time suffering, in the worst possi?
ble form, for the past four years, and that he has
been entirely cured by the use of Uelmbold's Bu?
chu. J- W. SAVAGE, ex-Mayor.
FRANK LA BAU, President or Council.
WM. RICHARDS, Clerk of Council.
PETER A. BANTA, Councilman.
W. J. BROWN, Councilman.
J. S. .?>. MELMK, Councilman.
LEWIS HOFF, Councilman.
J. B. STRYKER, Merchant.
CITY HALL, -MAYOR'SOFFICE, 1
RAHWAY, N. J., December 5,1889. j .
This will certify that I am personally acquaint?
ed with H. M. Freeman, and am cognizant or the
facts as set forth In the above statement, and
the several persona whose signatures are hereun?
to attached are all known to -ne.
JOHN F. WHITNEY,
Mayor of Rahway, N. J.
N. Y. s. VOL. INSTITUTE, l
Corner of 5th av. and 76tn st., central Park. J
(A Home and School for the Sons of Deceased
Dr. H. T. HELMBOLD-Two bottles only of the
package of vour valuable Buchu presented to the
Institute nave been used by the children, and
wltn perrect success. In the c*se of our little
Lieutenant A J., lils pride 1- no longer mortified,
and he ls free from the dally morning anathemas
of the c ambermaid who has charge of hts bed?
ding. I feet that a knowledge or the result or our
use of your Buchu with the children uuderour
charge may save many a Superintendent and Ma?
tron or Boarding Schools and Asy lums a great
amount or annoyance, and many a poor child suf?
fering more from weakness than from habit, may
he spared punishment that ls (not knowing lt as
a weakness Instead of a bad habit) most unjiisi ly
Inflicted upon them. Thanking you on behalf of
the children, and hoping others may alike be bene?
fited, I am respectfully yours,
General Superintendent and Director.
June 16, 1868.
GREAT SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, 1
January 20, 1868. J
Mr. H. T. HELMBOLD:
DEAR Sta-Your communication requesting
oar terms for advertising was daly received, bat
from B prejudice I bid formed against adven Ising
? cur es for secret dlsna*?*," lt was left unanswer?
ed. D?ring an accidental conversation in a drug
store the other evening, my mind was changed
on the character of your Buchu. It was tuen
highly commended for other diseases by two
physicians present. Enclosed please find oar
rates of advertising.
Yours. Ac, T. B. H. STENHOUSE,
Editor and Proprietor of Dally and .
A CASE OF INFLAMMATION OF KIDNEYS AND
From Morgan, Fraze 1 & Co.
GLASGOW, MO., Fe'ornaty 6, 1888.
MB. H. T. HBUIBOLV :
DEAR bia-About two years ago I was troubled
with both inflammation of the kidneys and
gravel, and I resorted to several remedies without
deriving any benefit whatever, and seeing your
extract Buchu advertised, I procured a few bot?
tles and used them. The result was a complete
care In a short time. I regard your Extract Bucha
to be decidedly the best remedy for any and all
diseases of the kidneys, and I am quite confident
that lt will do all you claim for lt. You may pub?
lish this if you desire to ao so.'
Yours respectfully, EDWIN M. FR AZ EL.
PERMANENT CURE OF A PATIENT WHO HAD
SUFFERED FOR FIFTEEN YEARS WITH
DISEASE OF THE KIDNETS.
This ls to certify that lu the year I860 one of our
customers, a gentleman aged fifty years, who had
been afflicted for fifteen years with disease of the
kidneys, called on us ror HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT
BUCHU, and arter having used eight bottles,
stated to us that he considered himself perma?
nently cured. He has no hesitation In stating
that he received more benefit from the use or
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU than from the
treatment or various eminent physicians during
the time above stated, am) recommends the same
to all who may be suffering from any disease
origin it in g from a disordered state or the kid?
Statements similar to the above have been re?
ceived by us from various sources during the past
Yours, truly, PEARCE <fc FRIENN,
Marietta, Ohio, i
[These are the leading druggists ot Marietta.]
FROM THE PRINCIPAL PHYSICIAN OF THE
SANITARY INFIRMARY OF THE STATE
PARISH LA FOURCHE. LA., April 29, 1870.
H. T. HELMBOLD, ESQ.:
DBAH SIR-I have In my practice used (In the
majority or cases where disease or the urinary
organs existed, HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT OF
BUCHU, and can confidently say that I have
never known lt to be used without the greatest
beneficial results. I have consulted patients ai ter
partaking of lt, and they invariably confirm my
statement. I am satisfied that the preparation
is an established fact, convincingly proved by the
practical test or long experience.
JOHN B. C. GAZZO, M. D.
CURE OF NERVOUS PROSTRATION AND DE?
CLINE OF A YOUNO LADY.
H. T. HBLMBOLD :-I have been giving your
Extract Bacho to my daughter, who has been un?
able to sleep, very nervous, loss or appetite, gene?
ral debility and rapidly railing into a decline-ia
fact consumption was talked of. I was recom?
mended to use your Buchu, by a big try respect?
able lady or this place, who hud given lt to her
son with complete success. My daughter had
been troubled ror a long time. I purchased one
bottle some eight weeks since, which lasted one
week, and from which she received a great
benefit, and induced me to purchase one half
dozen bottles, aa I had tried many other reme?
dies, and my family physician, to no avail: It is
now more than two weeks since she has taken
the last bottle, and I am happy to Inform you of
Its complete success.
very truly yours,
GEORGE M. MARSHALL.
GERMANTOWN, PA., February 12, iso?.
A PERMANENT CURE OF GRAVEL OF TWELVE 1
YEARS' STANDING-STONE PASSED
AND TO BE SEEN.
BURNSIDE, CONN., December 15, i860.
DR. HELMBOLD : _
DEAR SIR-lt ls with much pleasure that I write
you upon facts respecting myseir. I do not know
hardly how to express myseir. I have been for
the last ten or twelve years the greatest sufferer
man contd be and live; but more some-times than
others. The complaint was the "Kidneys'' and
"Bladder." I have been sometimes from twelve
to fourteen hours, and wanted to make water
every minute, but could not. Have consulted
doctors, both In Massachusetts and tats State,
and taken pills, I may say by the quart, also
liquored medicines, but round no relier from any,
and got worse the iast six months. I was so that I
could scarcely get about. I could not rest night
or day. It would soon have been "ail up" with
me If I had not seen yow advertisement
In the Berkshire Courier, headed "Kldneja," I
read lt through and thought I would try it. I
purchased a bottle, but, mind you, I had not
much raith tn lt. Why should I, when I had been
trying so many things, and cost me so much ?
Well, I beran taking lt, and before I had taken
the first boule I reit bad; but I finished it and got
another. By the time I took hair or the second I
still got worse (apparently.) When I walked lt
seemed os ir my right kidney was railing from Its
place, and I reit really bad. I reit so, before I had
tic is lied the second, that I made np my mind lt
was or no use tr* lng any more-and all this time
the "Buchu" was doing its work, bnt 1 did not
know it, so I gave lt up, and went to Hartford on
Saturday to one or the best doctor In the city. He
sahl lt was the neck of the bladder, and I should ?
have to undergo operation. He gave me medi?
cine, and I went home quite down-hearted. On
Sunday I was unable to go to church. I had not
taken any or his medicine, but on my return con?
tinued using the "Bnchu," and In the afternoon I
aga a desire to make water, but could not. About
tindbour after this I tried again, with the same
nae lt; but the next time I tof. the vessel, it was
on same as turning a faucet and stopping lt off
resin. It was so three times, and thc third time
there was something came through the passage
and struck again st the side or the vessel. I ex?
amined lt, and lt ls the ugliest stone of gravel
you ever saw, covered over with Ut: le pieces
which collected together. It looks the color of a
mud turtle, and ts as hard as a flint. So you see
the Buchu was doing its work, although I was
feeling so badly. I procured another bottle,
thinking there might be so ne more behind; bat
since that passed, which ls eight weeks ago last
Sunday, I have been as well as ever I was In my
life.. I have the stone securely wrapped, and
those who have seen lt In th's place are surprised.
I.cannot tell you all. but- this is a true story or my
case, and you are welcome to make such use or
my name aa-y on think proper. I am pretty well
known in Berkshire, also In Connecticut. The
advertisement saved me. Why not publish more?
The Springfield Republican ts a wide spread pa?
per, ir any one wishes to see this wonder they
can do so. I contd write all day, bat I think I
have said enough this time, so I reman your ever
well wisher. EDWARD L. HOWARD,
Paper Maker, Burnside, Hartford County, Conn.
Dr. MACK, Burnside, Conn.
Dr. WRIGHT. North Lee, Mass.
Dr. HO I, KUM, North Lee, Mass.
Dr. ADAMS, Stockbridge, Mass.
Dr. SCOTT. North Manchester, conn.
Dr. JAQUES. Buckland Gemers, Conu.
Dr. BEARSPORD, Hartford, Conn.
All or whom treated me ror the disease.
GREAT CURE OF DIABETES OF A LADY
FIFTY DOLLARS A BOTTLE.
NEW YORK*, February 8,1870.
DEAR MR. HELMBOLD:
DEAR SIR-For the past eight months I have
been suffering from diabetes. I have consulted
several of our leading physicians, but have tall
ed to receive the slightest benefit from their cost?
* Four months ago I saw your advertisement In
the Herald. 1 was persuaded by a mend who
lind been benefited by your world-renowned Bu?
chu. I purchased a bottle, took the contents,
and was so relieved that I continued the use or lt.
The diabetes has entirely disappeared arter using
lt for three mouths. I would give $50 a bottle If 1
could not get lt at any other price.
I most earnestly recommend lt to all those
suffering from this disease. Sincerely yours,
ANNA E. ST0?GHT0N,
123 West Twenty-seventh street.
HELMBOLD'S E X T B A C T BUCHU,
Established upward of nineteen years.prepared by
Ii. T. HELMBOLD,
AT UL? DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSES,
No. 594 BROADWAY, NlWfYoBK,
No. 104. SOUTH TENTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA PA.
SIX BOTTLES FOR $6 50,
$1 25 PER BOTTLE.
Delivered to any Address.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
None are genuine unless done up ia a steel en?
graved wrapper, with fac-slmlle of my chemical
warehouse and sUned
H. T. HELM BOLD.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
established upwards of nineteen years, prepared
by H. P. HELMBULiD. Druggist, No. 594 Broadway,
New York, and No. 10* South Tenth street. Phila?
delphia, Pa. Price $1 25 per bottle, or i-lx bottles
for $6 50, d?iivere I. to any address. Sold by all
None are genuine unless done up in steel en
graved wrappers, with fac-slmlle or my chemical
warehouse, and signed H. T. HELM BOLD.
-ftgaii?. Suing , gjg gggj1
By J? A. EI?SLOTf & CO.
8L? SI . SAILS!
THIS DAY, 8th Ill'ltant. at lOo'elfVfr ?rill ha
sold at Miller's Sall Loft, DUtaMHt ^.^?"nr
underwriters and all concarnea ' r acconat
1 FORESAIL '
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flection Sales-^jfgtnre JDaga
AS S I G NE E S' S^TLT;
THREE VALUABLE RICE PLANTATIONS
ON COMBAHEE RIVER. **??w
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed by
he Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of the United
States Conrt for the DIstrlot of Sooth Carolina, I
win offer for sale at Public Auction, at the Old
Poatofflce, foot of Broad street, on. TUESDAY,
the first day of November next, at ll o'clock
The following PLANTATIONS, to w?:
1- GREEN POINT PLANTATION, in .Beaufort
County, on Combahee River; containing about
400 acres, or whicn 281 acres are tide airamp rles
fields under bank, and the balance high lands. In
woods, pastures, io. Bounded north on Lands
^,mr8, S?840 S.Keith; south by Lands of Mrs.
william Henry Heyward and the Combahee
ii1 ver^.e,aat 07 sald Ti7Ct' aud w?st by Lands of
Mrs. william Henry Hey ward.
2. GROVE PLANTATION, ta Colleton Comity,
north side of Combahee River, containing U?
acres of tide swamp rice fields, 65 acres of un?
cleared swamps, and 313 acres of high land fields,
woods, Ac. Bounded north by Lands of Mrs.
Widlam Henry Hey ward ?east by Lands of Meyera
A Bisseil, south by Lands of Nathaniel Heyward
and Blssell, and west by Lands of Nathaniel Hey
ward and Mrs. William Henry Hey ward.
Also all that TRACT OF LAND, adjoining the
above, containing 21 acress of uncleared swamp,
and formerly a part of the Vineyard Plantation.
Also aU that other Tract of Land adjoining the
above, containing 38 acres of uncleared swamp,
and originally a part of the vineyard reserved
3. PART OF THE BLANFORD PLANTATION,
In Beaufort County, sooth side of Combahee
River, containing 698 acres of unreclaimed
swamp. Bounded north by Oombahee River and
Lands of Mn. William Hey war*; east by Comba?
hee River; south and wast by Lands of Mrs. Wil?
liam Henry Hey ward.
4. PINE LAND HOUSE, on the Waiter boro'
Road, Colleton County.
Terms-One-fourth cash; the balance payable
In one, two and three years; the deferred pay?
ments to be secured by bonds of the purchaser
and mortgage of the pr?mises, with Interest at
the rate of seven per cent, per annum. Purchaser
to pay assignee for stamps and papers.
HENRY DEAS, Ja.,
Assignee of William Henry Hey ward.
Clotijing ano irnrmefrinfl ?cobs.
JVALL TND WINTER CLOTHINGS
The Long and WeU-Bstabllshed CLOTHING
HOUSE, corner of
WENTWORTH AND KING 8TREETS,
has opened a large and elegant supply of CLOTH?
ING, mode up for this market, equal to custom
work, for Men, Youths and Boys, of new and
staple sty lea of goods, and offered at
In great variety, at from $14 to $25.
DERBY SUITS-a New Style.
MORNING AND WALKING COATS,
Of Meltons, -Castor, Beavers, Tricot, .Silk Mixed
Coating, Cheviot, Ac, Ac, Ac.
PLAIN . AND FANCY CASSIMERB PANTS,,
Of the Newest Patterns of the Season.
Of Cloths, Oasslmeres, Beavers, Velvet, Silks, Ac.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
For ages of from 5 to 18 years, for Dress and
School purposes, of Cloths, Oasslmeres, Silk Mixed
Coatings, Ac, Ac, ta Sack and Walking Coat
In this department win be found a large assort?
ment of Merino, Lamb's Wool, Silk, Canton Flan?
nel and Shaker Flannel
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
SILK CRAVATS, BOWS, TIES AND SCARFS
. In great variety.
French, Kid and Beaver GLOVES. -
English Back, Deerskin, Beaver and Gauntlet
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS, '
Introduced by me twenty-flve*years ago. AGENT
FOR THEii, and the largest stock kept on hand In
The above named STAR SHIRTS WILL BB MADE
Ur TO ORDER, ALSO BY MEASURE.
Of the Pioneer, Promenade, Dauntless, Washing?
ton, Astor, Royal, Bismarck and Dickens.
Supplied with a Full Stock of English, French
and American Cloths, Oasslmeres, Coatings, Caa
i or, Beavers, Silk Mixed and Basket-Faced Coat?
ings, Ac, Ac
Of the most Novel and Select Patterns.
Of Plush, Velvets, Casslmeres and SUks, which
Goods will be Made Up to Order, in the well
known Good Taste always displayed at this
House, and on Moderate Terms.
PURCHASERS ARE INVITED TO CALL AND MAXS
No. 291 KING ST., CORNER WENTWORTH.
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent,
E W .STORE!
EVERYTHING NEW !
J . H . L A W T 0 N & CO.,
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS A PARKER,
Have opened their NEW STORE in the ACAD?
EMY OF MUSIC BUILDING, with an entirely
New Stock of
GENTS' READY-MADE CLOTHING AND
. FURNISHING GOODS,
Of every description. The finest Stock of Goods
ever offered In this market.
come and see. J- H. LAWTON A CO.
UPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOB STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle Sent by mall, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote, ls the best remedy that can ba
administered ta ManJa-a-Potu, and also for &U
For sale by Dr. H. BAER.
Nu Ul Meeting street,
oort Agent fer South carolina.