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Cl'i V AFFAIRS.
Meteing? This Day..
Washington Lodge, at 8 P. M.
stonewall Fire Compauy, at naif-past 4 P. M.
COTTON" SOA EUROPE.-Messrs. Hunt Broth?
ers k Co. clenred the British bark Volage yester?
day for Liverpool wrth rs bags sea Island cotton,
2518 ba'es up.and cotton, 551 bags cotton seed,
and 183 tous pho*pha'e rock-valued ab $149,685.
INQUEST.-Corouer Taft held an inquest yes?
terday inorrn.'-ir, at No. 41 Tradd street, over the
body of a ?.olored man ?emeo John Major, who
had died suddenly on the preceding night without
'J: tjg attende'' 'y a physician. A post mortem
exanilnritL-u h.. g been held, the surgeon gave
it as his opinion ihat the deceased had oieti from
a disease o; the lungs and liver, and thejuryre
turned a verdict accordingly.
RECOVERED.-A lot of malting and gas fix?
tures have been recovered oy < ffloers Burke and
Davis, and are at the Detective office for the
owner. They belong to Mrs. Ellen Harriet, So.
43 Warren street, and were stolen from an un?
inhabited house on Thursday night by some
little girls. A colored man caught one of the
glr's coming out o; thc house with some matting,
and reporting her immediately. The detective
officers discovered the rest of the stolen pr petty
and arrested the thieves.
TiiE LATS FAIR.-The Sisters of Mercy
gratefuL'y acknowledge, through the trensurer of
th? committee, Mr. M. W. St. Amand, the sum of
$7318 97, the proceeds of the recent fair held for
their benellt. i he Sisters return sincere thanks io
the gen'.iemen of the committee for the noble
efforts made in their behalf. Also, to the ladies'In
ellary of 'he "ables for their Indefatigable and
self-sacrificing labors, aud to all their friends who
so generously aided in he good work.
VIOLENT DEATH OF A FORMKR CHAULESTO
yiAX.-A special dispatch to the Savannah News,
from Albany, Ga., May 10. states that ' Robert
Zacharia- was c-hot and killed to-day by a man
named Clutk, his ronner patiner." The deceased
was aged 23 years, ne wa6 the eldest son of Mr.
E. Zacharias, formerly a merchant in this city,
but now a resident of Savannah. The ) oung man
was returning to his home ?rom Texas when he'
was murdered. He h:s a large number of friends
and relatives here who mourn hts unltimely fate
? STEAMSHIP VIRGINIA-F?LL CARGOES TO AND
FROM PHILADELPHIA.-The Philadelphia-Charles?
ton steamship line is attracting a fud line of
frelght.nor only to this elly but to all Interior points
-the tariff of rates Oeing very moderate on all the
great leading articles which make up the trade of
Philadelphia. Bacon, flour, sugar, syrups, Iron?
ware, Ac, are coming in c m-1 erable quantities.
This company ls now mcrVlng iron rails for some
Interior point, which seems strange for a steam
Une hereabouts: but the Williams A Guion steam
ers," from Hverpooi, bring every week a large
tonnage of rails, and find it remunerative. Noth?
ing like popularizing steam transportation.
0, WHAT A FALL WAS THERE !-The lofty
height to which the steeple or the new German
Church in Kin,- street is bel?g raised, and the
frail appearance of the network of scaffolding
which surrounds ir, attracts a good deal of at?
tention In the upper part of the city, and the i,
report yesterday that two men had fallen from
iydrew together a large concours*- of thc curious
in a few minutes. The only foundation for the
report lay In the ract that two workmen had fal
l-o, about four feet while working on the inner
portion of the steeple, receiving only a few
bruises. Budding a steeple ls not the safest wort
lu the world, but lithe good wishes of a host of
our friends avail, the new German Church will be
completed without accidental loss of life or limbs.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Frank Smith, taken up
in a s'atc or intoxication at ihe corner or Lynch
and Bull streets, was sent to the Honse or Cor?
rection for twenty days under the vagra n Haw.
Twe white men lodged for lying.down dru k In
the streets, were sentenced each to pay a fine of ,
$5 or go to the House or Correct lon. Tor ten days.
Ben Lockheardt, arrested fur raising a row at a
colored t>nll m a house I Queen street, was sen?
tenced to pay a One of $10. or ?pend twenty days
iu the House of Correction. Time m t bel?g mon?
ey to him he went to the Workhouse.
Charles Moore and Milly Daniels, arrested for
fighting In a disorderly house In Berrcsford st rc. t
had a hearing aud are held for fun her examina
A mule found going at large la Spring si reel.
was lodged m the statehouse yard, and awaits
MentincatUta. _ - * \
UNITED STATES COURT, FRIDAY, MAT 12- 1
Hos. GI.ORGE s. BRYAN PRESIDING.-NO objection i
being made, the court granted a dual discharge t
to Abner ilambrlght.Sankrupt. j
The judge apprv d of tbs .report of therese
trar ai to tue exempted groocj'tgis. the ma. ar or *
Echinger A Sou, baukrupts. a f
fTiieasslgt.ee of Jrhn J. Slagle was ordered to t
Bill the property belonging to tue bankrupt's t
estate for cash, after giving duo notice to all the
lien caedlluis to prove their claims.
The property ol John L. Junes, bankrupt, was 1
also ordered tobe sold uy the assignee after due i
notice to the lien creditors. .
nie lieu of J. W. Harrington, administrator,
was ordered to be palo hy the assignee of Heury 1
Fuller, baukrupt, upen good security being given I
that the money oe refuu< ed should the ?Jnited t
States Supreme court decide that negro bonds
arc not collectable.
The property belonging to the estates of Sea- 1
born Jones, Henry Fuller and Geo. W. Barnes, '
baukrupts, was ordered to be sold by their re- c
spective assignees after giving due notice to the
lien ere; Hors to prove their claims.
GRBENBHIER WHITE SULPHUR SPKIMGS_The t
advertisement of these celebrated springs ap- j
pears In TnE NEWS to-day. They will be open on
the 1st of June forth.) reception oi visitors, and
are prepared under the ealatged capacities, to '
accommodate 'rom tKteeu hundred to two thous- t
and guests. Thc reputation of the White Sulphur '<
is so extended that little ueed be said in commen?
dation of it.' AS thc coutte of fash'on lt has no
rival la the -?pntft, au1, isf.st rising to the pepu
lariiy of the great resorts of the North, in point
of the value or its ?rater and the beauty of Its 1
scenery ii is far ahead of them, and should at
traet many or iho-e who are In the habit or spend?
ing their summer vacations al Saratoga and Long
Braneh. They will lind mure real enjoyment aud
beneflt in Virginia iban at thone over-wowded
places. Now thal the railroad ls completed to
^the White Sulphur, and tiiat access ls so easy, we
expect to set- fae number of Its guests greatly In?
creased and eire, ascribed oiily by the'eapacity to
acv'ommoda'c. Bu. the enterprise and resource
of the Messrs! rey on aro innol to thefmcrnency,
and If they havel :t room enuugh Tor alt they will
make lt. No pf lugs season in Virginia is com?
pete ui less it iuel-des a sojourn at the White
Hotel Arrivals-Msy 13.
W. Steve .-. Aiken; M B. William*. Augusta;
E. H. Heinit- ii, Columbia. S. C.; George B. Harris,
Roche.-1-r, N. Y.; John H. Loudon, Kook Hill, S.
C.; H M. Draue, N. C.; H. Wallace, Eng.; A.
L. Holmes and Wife, A. H. Holmes, Mrs. Samuel
S. Preston, Bost >n; A. A. Curtis, John Woods, S.
C.; J. Henry Elliott and lady, Malue; R. H. Hard?
ing, L'.uisvilic, Ky.; James P. Taliafero, Jackson?
ville. Fia.; Samuel R. Chlsemau. Va.; John D.
Brown, N. C.; John M. Hall, Va.; Stephen SI*
monds, Columbia, S. C.
A. J. Baldwin, Phlladelpha; A. L. Thomps m,
Baltimore; George T. Clark, New York; Ant nio
Das Mo;iu, Italy: Miss Cook. Miss Petkius, Miss
DeLeeu, S-vannah, Ga.; Charles Noble. New
?ork; J. Tuttle, Bo-ton; U. S. Taft and wife, St.
He.enn: Dr. James Oliver, St. Helena. Mrs. Ben?
nett, Beaufort, S. C.; James Nail, Jr.. New York
PAVILION HOT BL.
E. T. Izlar/Oraut-eputg. S. C.; Edwar>l Carroll,
Brauchv lh-; Samuel McKtng. Baltimore} J. E.
Huntoorc. H. Bickle, New York.
?- FOR LATER LOCALS, SEE FOURTH PAGE. 1
HENRY T. HELMBOLDS
FLUID EXTRACT RHUBARB AND
FLUID EXTRACT CATAWB*.
FOR LIVER COMPLAINTS, JAUNDICE,
BILIQU?, AFFECTIONS, SICK OR NERVOUS
HEADACHE, COSTIVENESS, Ac. PURELY
VEGETABLE, CONTAINING NO MERCURY,
MINERALS OR DELETERIOUS DRUGS.
These PILLS are a pleasant purgative, super?
seding castor oil, salts, magnesia, Ac. There ls
nothing more acceptable to the stomach. They
give tone, and cause neither nausea nor grlpiug
pains. They are composed of the flnesi Oiaredi
ents. After a few days' use of them, such an
Invigoration of the entire system takes place as
io appear miraculous to the weak and enervated.
H. T. HF.LMBCLD'S COMPOUND FLUID EX?
TRACT CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS are not sugar?
coated; sugar-coated Pills pass through ' the
stomac'i without dissaving, consequently do rrot
produce the desired effect The CATAWBA
GRAPE PILLS, being pleasant in taste and odor,
do not necessitate their being sugar-coated, and
are prepared according to rules of Pharmacy and
Chemis try, and are not Patent Medicines. .
HENRY T. HELMBOLO'S
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND
Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla
Will radically exterminate from the system Scro?
fula. Syphilis, Fever Sores, Uicers, Sore Eyes, Sore
Le;js, Sore Mouth, Sore Head, Brouchltis, Skin
Diseases, Salt Rhenm, Cankers, Runnings from
the Ear, White Swellings, Tumors, Cancerous
Affections, Nodes, Rickets, Glandular Swellings,
Night Sweats, Rash, Tetter, Humors of all kinds,
Chronic Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, and all diseases
that heve been established la the system mr
Beloit prepared expressly for the above com?
plaints Its Blood-purifying Properties are greater
than any other preparation or Sarsaparilla; lt
gives the complexion a clear and healthy color,
and restores the patient to a state of health and
purity. For purifying the blood, removing all
chronic constitutional diseases arising from an
impure state of the blood, and the only reliable
and eff?ctual known remedy for the cure of Pains
and Swellings of the Bones, Ulcerations or the
Throat and Legs, Blotches, Pimples on the Face,
Erysipelas, and all Scaly Empilons of'the Skin,
ind Beiutiryiifg thc Complexion.
HENRY T. HELMBOLO'S *
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
jas cored every case or Diabetes ia which it has
ueen given, Irritation or the Neck or the Bladder,
ind Inflammation of tue Kidneys, Ulceration or
he Kidneys and Bladder, Retention or Urine,
Diseases or thc Prostate Glands, Stone In the
Madder; Calculas, Gravel, Brick-dust Deposit,
md Mucous or Milky Discharges, and ror Enfee?
bled and Delicate Constitutions of both Sexes,'at?
ended with the following Symptoos: ludi-posi
lon, Exertion, Lass of Power. Loss of Memory,
Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Verres, Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Waksfulucss,. Dimness or
.'islon Pain in the Back, Hot llands, Flushing or
he Body, Dryness of the Skin, Eruption of the
?"acc, Pallid Countenance, Universal Lassitude of
he Mu scular System, Ac.
Use 1 by persons irom the ?"ge3 or eighteen to
wenty Ave, and rrotn thirty-five to fifty-five, or
u the Iee lue or change of life: after confinement
ir labur pains; bed-wetting in.children.
HELMBOLO'S EXTRACT BUCHU ls Diuretic
ind Blood Purifylug, and Cures all Diseases
tris in;; rrora Habits of Dissipation, Excesses and
Imprudences Itt Ltfe,-Impurities of the Blood, Ac,
superseding Copaiba in Affections for which lt ls
jsed, md Syphilitic Affections-In these Diseases
used in connection with HELMBOLD'S ROSE
In many Affections peculiar to Ladies, the EX?
TRACT BUCnu is Unequalled by any other Reme
dy-as?n Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity,
Painfulness or Supposion or customary Evacu.
aliona, Ulcerated or Schinus state or the Uterus,
Leucorrhcea or Whites, Sterility and Tor all Com?
plaints Incident to the Sex, whether arlslug from
Indiscretion or habita ot Dissipatation. It is pre?
scrib?a extensively by the most, eminent Physi?
cians and Midwives for Enfeebled and Delicate
Constitutions cf both Sexes and an Ages.
H. T. H L'L.U HOLD'S
CURES DISEASES Aa-TSING FMOM IMPRUDEN?
CES, H Vb IT.- OF DISSIPATION. Ac, .
In all their stages, at utile expense, nt ic or no
change lu diet, no u: conven lenee, and no expo
sure. It causes a .requeut desire, and gives
strength to Urinate, thereby removing Obstruct
Hon?, Preventing and Curing Strictures or the
Ure.hra, Allaying Pac ami Inflammation, so
frequent in thia clxss of di.-eases, and expelling
alt Poisonous matter.
HENKT T, IIELXBOLD'S
cannot be surpassed as a FAC.l WASB, and will
be lound the only specific rcmely in every spe
c?es of Cutaneous Affections. It speedily eradi?
cates Pimples, Spots Scorbntic Dryness, Indura?
tions of the Cutaneous Membrane, Ac, dipels
Redness and Incipient Inflammation, Hives,
Rash, Moth Patches, Dryness of Scalp or Skin,
Frost Bites and all purposes for which Salves or
Ointments are used; restores the skin to a state
of purity and softness, and Insures continued
healthy action to the tissues of its vessels, on
which depends the agreeable clearness and viva?
city of complexion so much sought and admired.
But however valuable as a remedy for existing
defects of the skin, H. T. HELMBOLD'S ROSE
WASH has long sustained its principal claim to
unbounded patronage, by possessing qualities
which render lt a Toilet Appendage of the most
Superlative and Congenial character, combining
in an elegant formula those prominent requisites,
Safety and Efficacy-the invariable accompani?
ments or Its use-as a Preservative and Refresher
of thc Complexion. It la an excellent Lotion for
diseases of a Syphilitic Nature, and as an injec?
tion for diseases of the Urinary Organs, arising
from habitu of dissipation, used in connection
with the EXTRACTS OF BUCHU, SARSAPARIL?
LA AND CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS, in such di?
seases as recommended, cannot be surpassed.
General Recapitulation of Dis?
eases and Cures.
For Kidney Affections-Use Helmbold's Extract
For Bladder Affections-Use Helmbold's Extract
For Gravel-Use Helmbold's Extract Bucha.
For Dr.opsy-Ose Helmbold's Extract Buchn.
For Diseases of the Testicles-Use Helmbold>
For Female C raplalcts*-Use Helmbold's Ex?
For Gonorrhea, first stage-Ure Helmbold's Ex?
tract Buchu and inject with Helmbold's Improved
For Couorrhea. -econ'd and third stages-Use
Helmbold's Exiract Buchu, bathe the parts with
Rose Wa.-h, and arter the Inflammation subsides
Inject with the Rose Wash.
For Gleet-Use Helmbol?'s Extract Bncbu and
Inject with improve ? Rose Wash.
For strictures-Use Helmbold's Extract Buchu
and the Bougie. For dose, see bottle.
For Gonorrhea and Gleet-Take one teaspoon,
ful Extract Buchu three times a day, one hour*
before meals. Inject, with small glass syringe,
Helmbold's improved Rose Wash-night and
For Sttlclures.or Painful Erectlons-iTakeEx?
tract Buchu as above. Procure a bougie-be
careful and have lt smooth and or small size-to
this apply sw?et oil, that lt may pa?B through thc
urethra with less trouble. This must bo passed
vet j gently, and by degrees, until .lt has entered
the bladder, then let lt remain a short time. Thc
bougie should bc so passed three or four times a
day. This method ls destitute of pain and dan?
ger, and will overcome the most obstinate Stric?
tures, whenever the medicine Is taken regularly,
and the patient has sense to do as directed.
For Syphilis, when Syphilis alone exists-Take
two teaspoonsrul Sarsaparilla, at night on retir?
ing, apd morning on arising, and apply the Rose
Wash to thc Ulcers, with a small sponge or piece
of linen, two or three times a-"day. In Swellings
or the Groin, bathe thc parts with cold water?
ton apply the RoseWash.
For Gonorrhea and Syphilis-Owing to promls
cuous-intercourse, these rrequently exist and are
contracted at the same time. Take Sarsaparilla
as above, and thc Extract. Buchu, three times a
day, two hours arter meals Inject the Rose Wash,
as directed, night and morning, and apply lt a so
to the Ulcers.
The Sarsaparilla would be useful, taken in con?
nection with Buchu, in all these affections, al?
though not In all cases necessary; but as tn the
llseases for which Buchu ls used lt ls difficult to 1
iecide-what the inoculation of bad humor may i
JP, or how far lt may go-as a precautionary mea- 1
.ure lt would be well to use Sarsaparilla a week; I
n this event the dire tjons are the same as In |
Gonorrhea and Syphilis.
F. r IMPURITIES OF TUE BLOOD. Scrofula, '
S upi ?ons. Beautifying' tho- Comp exton,, etc.- |
Take two teaspoonsrul or thc Sarsaparilla, night
md morning. . For CHILDREN, hair the above i
luanttty. w. i
lu all of t!ie above diseases, the patient must <
lear lu mind that the bowels should be kept open <
>y H. T. HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS. 1
Rules for the . Guidance of '
Use no high-seasoned, lat or greasy food. Aci- '.
talons and stimulating drinks, as well as the ase 1
)f-tobacco, sliou'd be avoided, costiveness must 1
ie av.dded lu all or the above diseases. Une 1
tentle exetese, and bath the parts affected with
told water, freely and . frequently. Take the I
nedicine according lo directions, and not only a I
isle, bm permanent cure is guaranteed, no mat- 1
er how violent may be the case, or of how long i
- HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S - ' !
boughs, Cokls, Catarrh, Asthma, Consumption. I
Croup, Disease of thc throat, Bronchitis, Pains
and Oppression of the Chest or Lungs, I
Dittlcu.tBreathlngrand all Diseases or t
thc Pulmonary Organs. i
Unlike most preparations recommended in these !
ide ti ns, lt can i alus nothing nauseous, or tu de?
range the liver and digestive organs, bm, on the I
.'Qiitrury, it ls one of me mast pleasant prepara
lous ever offered. It ls lu the form of a !
PURE WHITE SVR?P, ,
jrepared with the utmost care,'and or the boat
natcrials known as efficacious In these affectlens.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
WITCH HAZEL LINIMENT,
For Rheumatism, Tic Doloreox, Toothache, <
Headache, Earache. Inflammation of thc Stomach, .
Bowels or Kidneys, Sprains, strains, Cots, Bruises.
Wounds, Cramps, Hums, Scalds, Mosquito Bites,
Stings or Poisonous Inseeis. Unlit) alns, Deafness,
Sunstroke, soreness and Pains In the Legs, Feet,
Joints, AC, Lameness, swelling of the Knees. Feet,
A. d in all cases where there is pain or distress,
If applied ovc-r the part or aUritt, will afford linnie
d?ate ease. Directions accompany.
THE BIME PHYSICIAN.
A Treatise on Di.teasuH of iht! Urinary organs of
both xes, giving the nature of the various
aif'Otious lu all stages nf Disease, aud
mode or treatment, from whatever -
cause originating, and no mat?
ter of how long standing.
The above work sent to any address, under anv
name or inl'lals secure Dom observation, under
se deil envalones.
Tua DIMS PHYSICIAN-a work or tie pages
PRICE TEN Oasis, or malled fret; nn receipt of
Four Postage stamps, lt win lp rou uti a valuable
work, saving time and trouble to I he patient.
Henry T. Helmbold's Genuine
Delivered to any addrcs'. Secure from obser?
ESTABLISHED UPWARD OF TWENTY YEARS.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Address letters
for inrorraatiou tu confidence, to HENRY T..
tl ELMBOLD. Druggist and Chemist.
Only Depots: B. T. HELMBOLD'S Drug and
Chemical Warehouse, No. 594 Broadway, New
. - ?j?lmbolb.
York, or to H. T. HELMBOLD'S MedhSaTlTepo^
No. 104 South Tenth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Ask for HEN
T. HELMBOLD'S ! TAKE NO OTHER.
PERMANENT CURE OF GRAVEL OF TWELV
XEARS' STA>DING-STONE PASSED
AND TO BE SEEN.
BURNSIDE, CONK., December 16,1869
DR. HELMBOLD : DKAK SIR-Ir. ls with much
pleasure that I write you upon facts respecting
myself. I do nor know hardly how to express
m/self. I have been for the last ten or twelve
years the greatest suirerer man could be and live
but more sometimes than others. The complaint
was the "Kidneys" and "Bladder." I have been
sometimes from twelve to fourteen hours, and
.wanted to make water every mlnute.but could not
Have consulted doctor? both In Massachusetts and
this State, and taken pills, I may say, by the
quart; also liquored medicines, but found no relief
Jrom any, and got-worse the last six montjis.
was so that I could scarcely get about. I could
not rest night or day. It would soon have been
"all up" with mc If I had not seen your adver
tlsement In the "Berkshire Courier," headed
"Kidneys." I read it through and thought
would 'try lt. I purchased a bottle, but., mind
you. I had not much faith In lt. Why should
when I had been trying so many thing- and coBt
me so much ? Well, I began taking lt, and before
I had taken the first bottle, I felt bad; but I fin
Ished lt and got another. By. the time I took bair
of the second I still got worse (apparently.) When
I walked lt seemed as If my right kidney wa3 fall
lng rrom its place, and I felt really bad. I felt
so, before I had finished the second, that I made
np my mind that lt was of no use trying any
more-and all this time the '-Budia" was doing
its work, but I did not know lt, so I gave lt. up
and went to Hartford on Sntorday to one of tue
best doctors In the city. He said lt was the neck
or the bladder, and I should have to undergo an
operation. He gave me medicine and I went
home quite down hearted. On Sunday I was una
ble to go to chnrch. I had not taken any or his
medicine, but on my return continued using the
"Buchu,*' and In the afternoon I had a desire
make water, but could not. About one hour after
this I tried again, with the same result; but the
next time 1 took the vessel lt- was the same as
: n rn lng a faucet and stopping lt off again. It was
BO for three times, and the third time there wus
something came through Ihe passage, and struc
against the side of the vessel. I examined ir, au
lt is the ugliest stone or gravel you ever saw, cbv
ered over with little pieces which collected to
get her. It looks the color of a mud turtle, and I
as hard as hint. So you see the "Buchu" was
doing Its work, although I was feeling so badly
I'procured another bottle, thinking there mlgh
he some more*behind; but since that has passed
which ls eight weeks ano last Sunday, I have
been as well as ever I was In my lire. I have the
stone securely wrapped, and tliose who have seen
lt In this place are surprised.' I cannot tell you
all; but thia is a true story of my case, and you
are welcome to make such use of my name as
you think proper. I am pretty will known lu
Berkshire; also In Counectlcut. The advertise
ment saved mc. Why not publish more" The
"Springfield Republican" ls a wUespread p?per
If any one wishes to see this wonder, Urey can do
so. I could write all day; hut I think 1 have said
euough this time; so I remain your ever well
wisher, EDWARD L. HOWARD,
Paper Maker,- Burnside, Hartford County, Cona
DR. MACK, Burnside, Conn.
DR. WKIGHT, North Lee, Mass.
DR. HOI.KUM, North Lee, Mass.
. DR. ADAMS, Stockbridge, Mass.
DR. SCOTT, Nortli Manchester, Conn.
DR. JAQUES. Buckland Corners, Conn.
DR. BEARSFORD. Hartford, Conn.
09- ALL OF WHOM TREATED . ME FOR THE
DISK ASE. ?? '
A CASE OF TWENTY I EARS' STANDING.
PHILADELPHIA, PA., Jun* 25,1867.
H. T. HELMBOLD, Druggist: DKAR SIR-I have
Deen a sufferer for over tweniy years with gravel,
bladder and kidney affections, during which time
[ have used various meolclnal preparations, and
seen under thc nea mont ?.' tho most eminent
physicians, experiencing but Iii tie relier.
Baring ^ecn your preparation extensively ad
rertised, I consulted my lamlly pnytdclau in re
-aol to using your Extract liuchu.
I did this because I had used all kinds or adver
Used remedies, aud had round them worthless,
md some quite iujifrlous; in fact, I despaired or
iver getting well, and determined louse no rome
lies herein ter unless I knew of the ingredients.
lt was this that prompted me to use your remedy,
is yon advertised that lt was composed of buchu,
s?beos ?ind juniper bernes, lt occurred to me and
nj physician us an excellent combination, and,
ivlth lils-advice, after au examination or thc
in Ide, and consulting again with the druggist,
1 concluded to try lt. I commenced to usc lt
ibout e ght months aga, at which time I WHS
sonaned to my room.
.From the erst bottle, I was astonished and
-ratified atthe beneficial effect, and, afier using
t three weeks, was aide to walk out. I felt much
ike writing to you a full siatomeut of my case
it thc time, but thought my improvement might
mle be temporary, aud, th-refore,<oucluded to
lefer, and see ir ir, would effect a perfect cure,
cnowlugThat lt would be of greatly value to you
ind more sailsruetnry to rue.
I am now ai le to tepon that a cure ls effected
titer usiiiit Uie remedy for rive months.
I havo not used any now for three months, aud
'eel as well n all respects as I ever did.
Your liuchu being devoid of any unpleasant
taste and odor, anice tonic and Invlgorator of
ihesysiem, l> do not mean to-be without lt when?
ever occasion may require its uso on such occa-.
?lons. M. MC OR MICK.
Should.any doubt Mr. McCormick's statement,
nc refers to the following gentlemen:
Hon. WILLIAM BIGLER, ExGovorucr of Penn
Hon. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Washington, D.
Hon. J. C. KNOX, i x-Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. S. BLACK, Ex Judge, Philadelphia.
Hon. D..R. POUTER, Ex-Ooiemor/ff Pennsyl.
Hon. F LUS LEWIS, Ex-Judge, Ph ladelplila.
H(Tn. R. C. GRIEK, Philadelphia.
Hon. .G. W. WOODWARD, Ex-Judge, Philadel?
Hon. W. A. PORTKK, Philadelphia.
Hon. JOHN BIGLER, Ex-Governor of California.
Hon. E. BANKS, Washington. D. C.
And many others, If necessary.
FROM THE PRINCIPAL PHYSICIAN OF THE
SA ITA RY INFIRMARY OF THE STATE OF
PAiusn LA FOURCHE, La., Apni 29,1870.
H.T. HKLMKOI.D, Esq.: DEIK SIR-I have in
my practice used (in Hie majority or cases where
diseases uf the urinary organ? existed) Helmbokl's
Extract of Bucha, and can contldeuily say that I
nave never known it io be used without the great?
est bett' tiela! results. I have.consulted patients
after part a klug of lt, and they luvanably continu
my statement I am satisfied thai the prepara?
tion is ac est?iblhdie.l? fact, convtnemgiy proved
by the practical t st of long experience.
Yours, icspeo fully,
JOHN B. C GAZZO, M. D.
PERMANENT CURE OK DIABETES WITH FOUR
IlACKKNSACK, KESGEN tX>.. N.J., April 26, 1870.
DR. H. T. HEl.MBul.D: DBAR SIR-I have
been suffering for a long time .'rom Diabetes, and
had been under treatment for the same by (3)
three of the most eminent physicians of this
place, viz: Dis. H abrook, Hall and Smith, with?
out any apparent bcnoUctal re-ult. Havlng'heard
ol your "Fluid Extract. I?uchu," I concluded to
try it, although 1 had but little raith In tts eura
rive properties. lam happy to slate that arter
having taken faur buttles of your ' Buchu" I am
entirely cured, and deem lt but my duty to you
and the coinmuulty at large to inform you cf the
fact, and that I have been permaueutly cured by
yonr medicine, after having been informed by the
(3) taree physk tans above named that my disease
was lncurab e.
Toura JOHN H. WYGANT.
I respectfully refer to poy citizen of Hacken?
CITY AND Cor/KTY OF Nsw YORK, as.: John H.
Wygant, being of the Village of Hackensack,
County of Bergen, New Jersey, being duly sworn,
deposes and says that the foregoing, ls true to hts
(Signed) JOHN H. WYGANT.
Sworn to before me this 27th day of April. 1870.
(Signed) JOHN G. KEARNEY.
Commissioner of Deeds, New York City and
County, 25 Chambers street, New York.
CURE OF BLADDER AND KIDNEY AFFECTIONS
OF LONG STANDING-STONE PASSED AND
TO BB SEEN. "
WESTPORT, CONN., September 5,1889..
H. T. HELMBOLD, Esq.: DEAR SIR-I commenc?
ed taking yonr Extraer, of Buchu about two
weeks since for an affection of the bladder and i
kidneys. I have suffered by spells very much for
a few days past. But yesterday relief came
through the effect of your "Buchu." A stone
passed from my bladder about the size of a large
pea, and now I feel perfectly well and entirety
free rr om the pain that I have suffered with "so
hard." 1 attribute my core to yonr medicine en?
tirely, and would recommend all persons slmUar
ly affected to try lt. I have great faith In Its
curative powers. Your, truly,
THOS. J. BENNETT.
Rev. WM. CO GOS WELL, Westport, Conn.
J. L. 0. CANNON, Druggist, Westport, Conn.
H. L. WHEELER, Esq., Westport, Conn.
BRADLEY HULL, Esq., Westport, Conn.
Dr. WAKEMAN, Reading, Conn.
R. W. ROBINSON, Wholesale Druggist, New York
And many others, If necessary.
CURE OF KIDNEY AND BLADDER AFFECTION
OF A PATIENT SKVENTY-EIGUT YEARS OF
AGE-THANKS TO MR. HELMBOLD.
GIRARD, P.a., March 31,1869.
EDITOR Cosstor.?LITE-I desire, as an unsolicited
tribute to the merits of HELMBOLD'S BUCHU.
and.ror the benefit or those similarly afflicted as
myself,-to say that, auer consulting many emi?
nent physicians and .trying nearly all the best
advertised remedies In the vaiu hope or finding
relier from aggravated kidney and bladder dis?
eases Irora which I have suffered excessively for
many years, good fortune finally sngges'ed to
me U ELM BOD'S BUCHU, which I commenced
using with little faith and no apparent beneficial
result for about a mouth. M the expiration of |
that time, however, I thought I commenced to
experience slight relier, which encouraged mc to
persevere in its use, and now, at the- expiration
or four mouths, although I am an Infirm old man,
nearly seventy-eight years or age, and conse?
quently medicines cannot be expected to favor?
ably affect me as they otherwise would, I have
found such unspeakable relief and permanent
benefit from Mr. HELMBOLD'S valuabje discove?
ry, that I feel I ought to publicly record the fact,
as an acknowledgment to him and a valuable sug?
gestion to the public.
Yours, respectrully, D. M. LAREN.
Mr. LAREN rerers to the following gentlemen:
CoL DAN BICE, Girard, Pa.
CHAS. STOW, Esq., Girard. Pa., Editor Cosmop.
GEO. H. CUTLER, Girard, Pa., Attorney. .
C. L. HINDS, Girard, Pa., Attorney.
Capt. D. W. HUTCHINSON, Girard, Pa., Attor?
DAVID OLIN, Girard, Pa., Merchant.
DAVID E. DAY, Girard, Pa., Merchant.
C. F. ROCKWELL, Girard, Pa., Merchant.
B. C. ELY, girard, Pa., Druggist.
BED-WETTING IN CHILDREN.
N KW YORK STATE VOMJSTBKU INSTITUTE, )
COR. FIFTH AVENUE AND SEVESTY-SIXTH ST., J
CENTRAL PARC. )
[A Home and School for the Sons bf Deceased
DB. H. T. HELMBOLD-Two bottles only or the
package or your valuable" Buchu presented to the
Institute have been used by the children, and
with perfect success. In the caie of our ILrtle
Lieutenant A. J., hts pride ls no longer mortified,
aud he is free from thc dally morning'anathemas
or the chambermaid, who has charge of ' the bul
? lug. I feel that a knowledge i f the result of oar
use of y cur Buchu with the children under our
charge may save many a superintendent and
matron of boarding schools and asylums a great
amount or annoyance; and many a poor child,
suffering more from wetness than habit may be
spared punishment., that Is (not knowing lt as a
weakness instead of a b id habit,) mos: unjostly
in meted upon them. Thanking you- on behalf of
the children, and hoping others may be alike
I am, respectfully yours,
General Superintendent and Director.
June IO, I860.
ONE ntr.vpRte DOLLARS WOULD BK OIVEN FOU A
BOTTLE, IP rECESSAHY.
RAUWAY, N. J., December 2.1S?9.
II: T. HELM BO LD, ESQ.: DKAR Sta-I take
great pleasure In sending you a certificate In ad?
dition to the many you have received from suffer?
ing humanity, I can scarcely find language suffi?
ciently strong ro express my heartfelt, gratifica?
tion at the wonderful cure your Buchu has effect?
ed, for four years I li ive suffered beyond de?
scription- All my frienils (with myselO came to
the conclusion that my case was Incurable. Acci?
dent placed your advertisement in my hand. I
commenced taking your Buchu.
I .oliowed the direction.", and, to my utter as?
tonishment, berore. I had taken seven bottles of
your valuable medicine- I would give one hun?
dred dollars a bottle, if I could not get it at ?my
other price-ram entirely cored. I most earnestly
recommend lt to all those suffering from disease.
1 have told many pe sons to take your valuable,
medicine, and they are doing so with great sue
cess. Any information my fellow.citizens may
require will be freely given by the subscriber, at
his residence, No. TS Milton Avenue, Raliway, New
Jersey. H. M. FREEMAN,
ConnclTmau Third Ward, city or Rodway.
RAHWAY, N. J., December 2.1669.
We, the undersigned, are well acquainted with
EL M. Freeman, or Raliway, aud know that he Iia3
been a long time suffering, In the worst possible
form, Tor the post four years, and that he has
been entirely cured by-the use or Helmbold's
J. W. SAVAOE, F.x-.Mayor.
FRANK LA BAU, Pr.-sldout of Connell.
WILLAM RICUARDS, clevie or council.
PETER A. RANTA. Councilman.
W. J. BROWN, Councilman.
J. S. SMELLICK, Councilman.
LEWIS HOFF, Councilman,
j. B. STKYKER, Merchant.
CITY HALL.'MAYOR'S OFFICE, \
RAIIWAY, N. J., December 5. uno. j
This will certify that I am permiuany acquaint?
ed with H. M. Freeman, and am cognisant of lhe
faewset ioithin tho above statement and the
several persons whose signatures are thereunto
attached arc ali known to me. -
I am, very respecifnllv, yours,
Major of Hathway, N. J.
JC3- UNITED STATES HOSPITAL.
SAU'BORY, N. C., March IO, 186S.
H. T. HELMBOLD. Esq.. Philadelphia, Pa. :
DBAR SIR-I wish you woad send me one dozen
of your darsapaiiliti Extract and half a dozen of
your Rose Wash.
Allow me ro say that your preparations are
very satisfactory, not orfly to the practitioner, but
also to the patient, and I shall endeavor to hring
them to universal use in ihls part of the cooutry,
Please forward these medicines again as before,
C O. D., per express.
I am, very respectfully, yours,
M. F. A. HOFFMAN,
Surgeon in charge Hospital.
CERTIFICATE OF A DISTINGUISHED MID?
PHILADELPHIA, AOgUSt 18, 1809.
H. T. ll ELM BOLD: MB-I nave used your
EXTRACT BUCHU with many of my patients,
ami can apeak of it In the highest terms In ->very
case, and consider it a valuable reme Jj-, and one
that should be in the hands of every m fd wir !.
Very truly, yours,
REBECCA STANTON, M. D.
CURE OF NERVOUS PROSTRATION AND DE?
CLINE OF A YOUNO LADY. '
U. T. HELMBOLD: I have been giving yorr EX?
TRACT BUCHU to my daughter, who bas been un?
able to sleep, very nervous, loss of appetite, gene?
ral debility and rapid falling Into decline-lt fact,
Consumption was talked of. I was recommended
to-try^our BUCHU by a highly respectablo lady
of this place,'who had. given it to her son with
compl?te success. My daughter had been trou?
bled for a lon g time. I purchased one bottle some ?
eight weeks ago, which lasred-one week, ant from
which she received great beneUt; tats lnduc-id me
to purchase hue half-dozen bottles, os I had tried
many other remedies, and, my famtly pbyriclan,
to no avail. lt UT now more than two weeks since
she bas taken the last bottle, and I am happy to
m form yon of Its complete success.
Very truly, yours,
GEORGE M. MARSHALL.
Germantown, Pa., February 12, i860.
SPEEDY RELIEF FROM KIDNEY AFFECTION
OCCASIONED BY ACCIDENT.
Nsw YOUR, February 1,1870.
DB. H.T. HELMBOLD: DBAS Sin-On the 23d
of August last ^received severe Internal and ex-*
temar Injuries, occasioned by an accident on a
Philadelphia railroad car. On my arrival in New
York I- was attended by Dr. WILSON, of East
Flfty-firth street, and another physician, whose
name I do not now- remember. After my wounds
were dressed, I suffered* for three (3) days Intense
agony from Internal Injuries which affected my
kidneys. I can say that, after taking bu ; three
doses of your E?.TRAOT BUCHU, I felt [.-really
relieved. I used the balance of the bottle, and
am happy to state thal since that time I bave ex?
perienced no further difficulty.
Very truly, yours, P. H. KEARNEY.
No. 848 Third avenue.
Mr. KEARNEY respectfully refers to either of
the following gentlemen:
Hon. ROBERT B. ROOSEVELT, Esq., E Iltur of
Citizen and Round Table.
. B. F. CURTIS, Esq., No. 102 Greenwich street.
MORRIS PHILLIPS, Esq., Editor of Home
Hon. M. CONNOLLY.Jteglstrar of City.
Messrs. PETTENGLLL k BATES, No. M Park
HUDSON k MENET, No. 21 Park row.
Hon. NELSON. J. WATERBURY, New York.
Hon. JAME- E. COULTER, New York.
And many others If necessary .
CERTIFICATE OF JAS. p. LA HEY, CF THE
FIRM OF THEOT-ORE MEGARGEE k CO., PA?
PHILADELPHIA, December S, 1864.
DB. H. T. HELMBOLD: DEAR SIB-In Novem?
ber, 1863, my son, aged "one year," wes taken
with sore eyes and seal o disease, and art-jr using
various medicines by advice or seven different
physicians, to no purpose, I was ad vb ed by a
friend to try your Extract of Sarsaparilla, after
using three bottles of which, the child la almost
entirely cured-thc disease of the head hi ving all
disappeared, and the specks on the eyes diminish?
ing dally. I. shall continue to use your Extract,
aid cheerfully* recommend lt to oilers is a safe
Yours ".roly. JAMES D. LAHLT,
Of the Firm of Theodate Megargee & Co.,
Nos. 3 and 6 Decatur Street.
mt CURE OF TETTER. "9k
LOCK HAVEN, PA., October 13, 1867.
MR. HELMBOLD-My wife has been afflicted with
the Tetter for eight years. She tried namerouB
remedies without effecting a cure. She took your.
Extract Sarsaparilla and six bottles completed a
cure. M. TOW? SEND.
FROM A PROFESSOR OF SURGERY. SURGEON
AND CLINICAL LECTURER TO THE ALMS?
HOUSE INFIRMARY, Ac.
I have employed the medicines of Dr. Helmbold
tn numerous instances within the last three years,
anil have always found them extremily effica?
cious especially lu diseases or the Urinary Or
gaup, Gonorrhea, Syphilis. Ac. I have no hesita?
tion In pronouncing them of Inestimable value,
and worthy the confidence oe the faculty.
June 26, 1867. WM. A. COLEMAN. M. D.
IDs. KEYSER IS A PHYSICIAN OF OVI'RTHIR
TT YEARS' EXPERIENCE, AND GRADUATE
OF THE JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE,
AND OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND
SURGERY OF PHILADELPHIA ]
MR. H. T. HELMBOLD: DEAR SIR-In regard to
tit? question a?ked me as to my opinion about
Buchu, I would say I have se?n and med every
rorru or Buchu-the powdered leaves, the simple
decoction, tincture, fluid extracte-add I am not
cognizant or any preparation of that plant at all
equal to yours. Thirty years' exp? rleu :e ought,
r think, to glve-rae thc right to judge or :ts merits,
aud wit hour prejudice or partiality 1 give yours
precedence over all others.
I have cured with lt, and seen enrrd with lt,
more diseases of the bladder and ktdn-?ys than I
have ever seen cured with any other Kuchu. or
tiny other proprietary compound of whatever
name. Respectfully yours, Ac,
GEO. B. KEYSER, ll. D.,
No. 140 Wood si reel, Plttsb irg, Pa.
August ll, 1865.
GREAT CURE OF DIABETES OF A LADY-FIFTY
DOLLARS A BOTTLE,
NEW YORK, Febiuar? 6,1870.
DEAR DR. HELMBOLD; DEAR SIR--For the
p*stei?ht months I have been'suffering from
diabetes. I luve consulted several of our leading
physicians, out have failed to r reive the
slightest benefit from their costly medlc ues.
Four mon hs ano I saw your advertisement In
the "Herald." I was persuaded by a friend who
had been benedted by your 'world-renowned
BUCHU. I purchased a boole, tuck the contents,
and was -o relieved that I continue the use of it.
T e diabetes has entirely disappeared, n.fter using
lt for three months. I would give $50 x bottle, ll
I could not get it at any other price. I most
earnestly recommend it to all those suffering
from this disease.
ANNA E. STOCUHTON.
123 West Twenty-seventh street.
FROM A PRACTITIONER OF T WE NT I' YEARS'
Mit. HELMBOLD: SIR-Having a very bad
case of Gleet to prescribe for, I concluded to use
your Extract Buchu and Rose Wa h. I rm pleased
to inform >ou that its action was cnilrery satisfac?
tory and exceeded my expectations. I have pre-.
Beriberi your Buchu lu i.tfections of the Bladaer
and ttidnei s with th ; same gratifying e.snlt.
Truly your.. EDWARD L 3ITAW, M. D.
New Y..rk. April 12. iSH-?.
CU RE OF A CASE OF DROPS V OF THE TESTICLE,
H.T. HELMBiiLD-E ghtecii mouth* stnee :ny
testicles suddenly corn tu -nci-d .-w-.Ring, causing
mn some Utile un-asmes?, bu', attributing It to
enid, I mud no attention to lt. ::ntil it Increased
so rnii'-ii that I hecaiue alarmed, as with the l??
crense in size I c >mracnced experiencing great
pain, and app?eil u> n physician, w.V? recom?
mended meto make a de-: ctlon of Kucin rave*.
1 did HO, but found 1 did not obiain tnt.ch hennir,
r then determine?! to use y5ur Extract sacha, as a
friend recommend'.d lt very highly, and I am
pleased to state that I derived benelil fr mn it,
and continuing Us usc, I wus restored to health,
and I believe it has Invigorated my whole system.
Very truly yours, ?'.'HAS. DEAN.
Norristown, Aprii 24,1866.
SEVERE CASE OF SWELLED TESTICLES PER.
FRC 1 LY CURED.
TRENTON, N. J., November is, isas.
DR. H. T. HELMBOLD: DEAR Sm-Having
some two years since met wiih a serious Injury to
ray testicles while mounting a very restive horse,
1 suffered the most intense agony, an.l was em?
pelled to wear a suspensory bandage, which
caused great uneasiness. I tried several reme?
dies recommended by my family physician, but
could obtain but partial relief. ila^yooTadi
tlsement In the paper and concladed to try y
Extract Buchu. I derived benefit from the 1
bottle, but continued to wear tba bandage, t
it3.eflects were such that I purchased more, t
the testicles, from being swelled nearly as la
as a hen's egg, socn assumed their naturals!
and by using thirteen bottles I am complet
cured and can dispense with the bandage. .
I am, slr, sincerely yours, -
?- _____ Vjjf. ; V< .
CORE OF CASE OF GBAVE?:OFTHJNE TEA!
& STANDING. '
. PH ILA D 2 L THIA. GiBJLRD HOUSE, A^rfrl??t86(
:" DB. HELMBOLD:' -DEAE Sra-HavlngY?dffei
wjthgr?v?lfornp^aro?of nln?. years, and f
obtaining any reUer from the varions] physlcla
ta my section, I visited )piUladelphj?rar the pi
pose of having aa operatlli?.performed, some t
or eleven weeks since; button mr arrival, I si
your advertisement in the "Ledger," and Idet
mined to try lt first, having a great aversion
the operation. I purchased threesomes, i
though at the time I had.Uttleifalth in medici
in my case, but hoping lt migutrelleve my sad
lng. I soon found my pain decrease, and fi
much more comfortable. I then purchased o
dozen bottles. I continued to oso' lt, and at t
expiration of : four weeks I noticed a deposit
my chamber, and upon Inspection ? I -found this
be gritty, and then determined to examine mo
closely, and, to my surprise, I found this to
small particles larger than a pm's head. I co
tinned to use the medicine, and have collected
few of the same, which I enclose ; I continued
pass them until within three weeks. Ky wat
previous to using lt was feverish, and sedime
would form from" it; since that period lt ls mm
lighter, the pain has ceased, and I am enabled
Inform you that lt ls now of a natural color, ai
I have no "pain" or "inflammation" In any pa
of my body, and can walk, ride or rest wtthoi
I shall leave for home to morrow, an&saaii ta
a supply with nae, as I intend using lt for SOE
' time, although I feel well flow, and can candid
i say that lt has effected a caro when all otb
remedies ana medical skill uad -Called.
Feeling grateful that I was sb fortunate to flu
and you to prepare such an excellent medlcln
believe me, In the. most comprehensive sense of 11
word, lour friend,
J. 8. SANDERSON.
DISEASE OF THE BLADDER AND GOUT C
THE KIDNEYS CURED.
H. T. OELMBfjvD-I consider thy COMPOUN
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU one OT the best mee
cines for Diseases of the Kidneys and BI ad de
I One bottle relieved me of severe Clout of the Bili
neys, and I was entirely cored by the use of sb
Respectfully, thy friend,
S. IL JOHNSON.
Burlington, N. J., Hay, 1863.
A STUBBORN CASE OF GONORRHEA CURE]
ALLKNTOWK, Pa., August 3.1865.
DR. HELMBOLD: Sra-I am very glad to li
form you that I have, by the use of your Extrac
Buchu and Rose Wash, been cured of Gonorrhea
which I had for about six or seven montos, sn
fe ring all the time, although I was nuder-the car
of different physicians to no benefit. The ?y mi
toms or my case, as near aa I.can explain then
were as follows: Pata and heat in 'passing-water
with a copions discharge of matter; severe pal
in the groin; the testicles swollen, and very pall
ful to the touch; costiveness, with a constant d i
sire to urinate,'and painful erections at night. .
am now effectually cared. -I. intend taking thre
or four bottles.of Extract Sarsaparilla, as I knot
lt wUl be ot great benefit tome,
I send this that you may publish it. * .-'
I am, sir, your obedient servant, . '
CURE OF A CASE OF STRICTURE OF ELEVK?
''.* . WILMINOTON, October 20,186?.
MR. HELMBOLD: SIB-I have ror eleven yean
been suffering from a stricture of the urethra
and under treatment of different physicians tm
whole time, who were continually using var loni
remedies (and all of them ver; patatal) wlthou
any permanent good. They would relieve me fo
a few days, and then I would be as bad as ever
Seeing yonr advertisement, I thought 1 might ob
tain relier from yonr EXTRACT BUOHu. I pur
chas-d some, and ita good effects were such thai
I determined to persevere, and, by following y oui
advice, I am now entirely well, and consider that,
bad lt not been for your valuable medicine, I
should have been compelled to suffer all my life.
Accept my thanks, and I. shall recommend
your medicine wherever I think ins required.
Yours, very respectfully,
CHAS. H. MARTIN.
A YOUNG LADY CURED OF ST. VITUS' DANCE
DANVILLE, PA., April 12,1866.
DR. HELMBOLD-Seeing yonr advertisement in
the Danville papers, I concluded to try your medi?
cine ror my daughter, who is Just verging into
womanhood, and who had been troubled with St.
Vitus' dance, besides a syphilitic affection, and a
nervous switching cf her body for upward of
thtee years, greatly to onr distress. I gave lt to
her regularly tar three weeks; she Improved nnder
jts use, and I concluded to give lt a thorough
trial. This was about ten months ago. She had
not consumed the whole* amount before a cure
f was affected; but she continued io use lt up to
! six month since, at which time she bas entirely
recovered fruin these distressing affections. Feel?
ing grateful for the benefit derived, I have been
prompted to send this certificate.
Very respectfolly. yours,
J AME s E. DOWLING.
CURE OF A SEVERE CASE OF SYPHILIS.
PHIL ADELPHI A, October 27, 1865.
DR. HELMBOLD : Sia-Some twelve months
since I contracted the syphilis, and, not Knowing
theu its nature, I paid but little attention to lt,
until I was alarmed by large sores appearing on
my lace, Inside my mouth, and also I conld feel
them in my throat. I then applied to a physician,
who recommended mercury. I followed his ad?
vice, and was under his treatment roar months,
and did not receive any benefit; on the contrary,,
I became worse, as my system was debilitated
fr.nu the effects of the mercury, and the disease
was not eradicated, as it would break out ta dif?
ferent parts of my body. 1 was recommended ta
apply to you. I did so, and am pleased to inform
you tliat I am once more well, and feel confident
that I should not have been so ha 11 had not used
your Extract Sarsaparilla and Rose Wash.
Truly yours, W. M. YOUNO.
A BAD CASE OF SYPHILIS EFFECTUALLY
FRANKFORT, PA., Aagast 25,18J6.
DR. HELMBOLD: SIB-Some three or nearly
four years since r was unfortunate enough to be?
come affected with the syphilis, and as it did not
occasion much inconvenience, I paid no attention
io it until lt made such rapid progress that my
whole system was affected by lt. and I had sores
all over my body, of varimn sizes; my hair com?
menced coming oat, and also my ejebrows;ln
lact, I was completely poisoned with lt. 1 then
applied to a physician, who stated i hat the only
cure was mercury. Th's I took ta lsrge quanti?
ties, and at first concluded it was curing mc, bat
I soon found out that lt was only partial, as ic
would break out again as bad as ever. 1 nsed du?
r?rent hair washes and restoratives, to no avail,
as my halr'wonld be continually corning our, and
I was very weak from the effects or the mercury.
I had pains ta my bones and in different parts of
my body, and concluded there was no hope or re?
lier for me.
My face was so full of these seres that I could
not go Into company, and I reit that every one
must know the cause. I wished for death to rid
rae or this torment. I was In this condition when
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