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H. T. HELMBOLD'S
The Proprietor trusta that hie Remedies,
from the fact of being 'advertised, may not
be -classed as Patent Medicines.
BUCHU, !n one form or other, bas been
used by every educated pbysician for up
TWO HUNDRED YEARS;
CLAIMING A SU?
PERIOR MODE OF EX
TBACTING IIB VIRTUES.
THE EXPERIMENTS WEBE
MADE WHILE ENGAGED IN THE
DRUG BUSINESS IN THE CITY OF
PHILADELPHIA TWEN i Y YEABS SINCE,
PRO MP TED BY THE ALARMING IN CREARE
OF DISEASES OP THE BLADDER, KIDNEYS,
GRAVEL, AND URINARY ORGANS, EXIST?
ING IN BOTH SEXES. THESE DISEASES
WERE JUSTLY ATTRACTING AS j
MUCH ATTENTION AS DISEAS?
ES OF THE LIVER OR ANT
y OfBEE VITAL ORGAN
OF THE BODY.
ORGANS THE HEALTHY
AND HARMONIOUS ACTION
OF THE NERVOUS 8YSf?M AND
LIVER? AND CONSEQUENTLY THE
HAPPINESS OF THE ENTIRE HUMAN
FA MU XDEPKSD8. THAT BUCHU SHOULD
ACT UPON BOTH LIVER AND EIDNEYS, TO I
PREPARE IT SO THAT IT WOULD RETAIN [
TTS STRENGTH AND ACTIVE PRINCI?
PLE, WAS HIS AIM. IT MUST NOT BE
MADE,as HOUSEKEEPERS MAKE
TEA, BY BOILING. IT 18 A
DELICATE LEAF, AND ITS
* ACTIVE PRINCIPLE
T WOULD BE DESTROY- >
ED BY SUCH A
MUST BE PREPARED IN VACUO, AND
FROM THE LONG LEAF, FRESH AND
THE SUPERIORITY OF MY MODE OF
PREPARATION BEING ACKNOWLEDGED,
I now ship even to the point where the leaves
are gathered (CAPE OF GOOD HOPE,) thoo-1
sande of dollars of
MY FLUID EXTRACT
in excess , of the cost of importation of the
IN PACT, THE ARTICLE STANDS PRE-EMI?
NENT, AND HAS GAINED A WORLD-WIDE
HELMBOLD'S. EXTRACT BUCHU
HAS CUBED EVERY CASE OF DIABETES TN
WHICH IT HAS BEEN GIVEN, IRRITATION
OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER AND IN
FIA?MATJON OF THE KIDNEYS, ULCE?
RATION OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER,
RETENTION OF URINE, DJBEA8E OF TEE
PROSTATE GLANDS, STONE IN THE
BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRAVEL, BRICK
DUST DEPOSIT, AND FOB ENFEEBLED
AND DBXICAIE CONSTITUTIONS OF
BOTH SEXES, ATTENDED WITH THE
FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS: INDISPOSITION
TO EXERTION, LOSS OF POWER? LOSS
OF MEMORY, DIFFICULTY OF BREATH?
ING, WEAK NERVES, TREMBLING, HOR?
ROR OF DISEASE, WAKEFULNESS. DIM?
NESS OF VISION, PAIN IN THE BACK,
HOT HANDS, FLUSHING OF THE BODY,
? DRYNESS OF THE SKIN, ERUPTION ON
THE FACE, PA'LID COUNTENANCE,
UNIVERSAL LASS" J.'UDE OF THE MUSCU?
LAR SYSTEM, .&o.
? Used by both sexes from tbe age of eighteen
! to twenty-five, aa! from thirty-five to fifty-five,
ar in the decline or change of life; after Con?
finement or Labor Pains; Bed-wetting in
IN AFFECTIONS PECULIAR TO' FE?
MALES the EXTRACT BUCHU ls rmequalled
by any other remedy, as in Chlorosis, or Re?
tention, Irregularity, Painfulness or Suppres?
sion of Customary Evacuation, Ulcerated or
?cirrhcma state of Uterus.
There is no Better Known
Remedy for Bright's Dis?
ease of the Kidneys.
H. T. HELWB?LD'S
Pr?par?t Ions SVrs Pharm?? at leal.
HEL,TIBOLD'S EXTRACT BTJCHU
113 DIURETIC AND BLOOD-PURIFYING,
! and cures ali diseases arising from dissipa
[ ti on, impurities of the blood, kc.
THE EVIDENCE I PRODUCE IN REGARD
TO THE EFFICACY OF MY
"FLUID EXTRACT BUCBU"
I is not equalled by any Medicinal Preparation.
Having upward of Thirly Thousand Certifi?
cates, the few in to-day's issue should be care
PERMANENT CUBE OF GRAVEL OF
TWELVE $LAB9* STANDING-STONE
PASSED, AND TO BS SEEN.
BUBSSIDE, COSTAH December 15,1809.
DEAS SIB-It is with much pleasure that I
writdyou upon iaots respecting myself. Ido
not know hardly how to express myself. I
have been for the last ten or twelve years the
greatest sufferer man could be and live, but
moors sometimes than ethers. The complaint
?was the "Sidneys'1 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 this State, and taken pills,
I may say, by the7 quart, also liquored medi?
cines; but found no relief from soy, sud got
worse the last six months. I was so that I
could ?caro* ly get about. I could not rest
night or day. It would soon have been "all
up" with me if I had not seen your advertise?
ment in the Berkshire Courier, headed''Kid?
neys." I read it through, and thought I would
try it. I purchased a bottle; but, mind yon, I
had not much faith in it Why should I,
when I had been trying so many things and
cost me so mach ? Well, before I had taken
the first bottle I felt bad; but I finished it and
got another. By the time I took half of the
second I still got worse (.apparent ly. ) When I
walked it seemed aa if my right kidney was
failing from its place, and I made up my mind
lt waa no dso trying any more. And all this
time the "Baobu" was doing ita Work, but I
did not know it; so I gave it up. and went io
Hartford, on Saturday, to one of ?Ute best doc?
tors in that city. He said it was the neck of |
the bladder, and I should bave to undergo an
operation. He gave me medicine, and I went
home quite down-hearted. On Sunday I was
unable to goto church. I had not taken of j
his medicine, but on my return continued
using the "Buohn," and in the afternoon I had j
a desire to make water, but could not. Abbot
one hoar after this I tried again, with the
same result; but the next time I took the ves?
sel it was the same as turning a faucet and
stopping'it off again. It was so for three
times, and the third time there was some?
thing came throng b' the passage and struck
against the side of the vessel. I examined it,
and it is the ugliest stone or gretel you ever
Baw, covered over with little pieces which col?
lected together. It looks the color of a mud
turtle, and is as hard as flint. So y OH see the
"Buchn" was doing its work, although I was
feeling BO badly. I procured another bottle,
thinking there might be some more behind;
bet since that has passed, which ia eight
weeks ago last Sunday, I have been as well as
ever I was in my life. I have the stone secure?
ly wrapped, and those who have seen it in this
place are surprised. I cannot tell yon all; but
this is a true story of my case, and you are
welcome to make each ase of my name se you
'.-ink proper. I am pretty well known in
berkshire; also io Connecticut. The adver
tie omen t saved mc. Why not publish more ?
The Springfield Republican is a widespread pa?
per. If any one wishes to see this wonder,
they eau do so. I ccu!d write all day, but I think
fi. ?. fielmbol?.
I have Haid en CURD this time, so I remain your
EDWARD L. HOWARD,
Paper Maker, Burnside, Hartford Co., Conn.
North Lee, Mass.
North Lee, Mass.
North Manchester, Conn.
Buckland Corners, Conn.
AT.T, OF WHOM TREATED ME FOR THE
A CASE OP TWENTY TEARS*
FHTLASKXKZA, PENI?., Jane 26,1867.
H. T. HELMBOLD, Druggist :
DEAS SIB: I have been a sufferer for op
ward of twenty years with gravel, bladder sod
kidney affections, daring which time I have
used varions medical preparations, and been
under the treatment of the moat eminent phy?
sicians, experiencing bot little relief.
Haring aeon your preparation extensively
advertised, I consulted my family physician in
regard to using your Extract Bucha. .
I did ibis because I bad used all kind* of ad?
vertised remedies, and had (band them worth?
less, and some quite injurious ; in fact, I des?
paired of ever getting w ell, and determined to I
use no remedies hereafter uni eas I knew of the
ingredients. It was this t hay>rompted me to
ase your remedy. As yon advertised that it
was composed of bo chu, cubeba and juniper
berries, it occurred to me and my physician
as an excellent combination; and with his ad?
vice, after an examination of the matter, and
consulting again with the druggist, I conclud?
ed to try it. I commenced to nae it about j
eight months ago, at which time 1 was con?
fined to my room.
From the first bottle I was astonished sad
gratified at the beneficial effect, and after
using it three weeks was able to walk ont.
I felt much like writing to yon a fall statement
of my case at the time, but thought my im?
provement might be only temporary, and
therefore concluded to defer, and see if it
would eVsct a perfect cure, knowing that it
weald be of greater value to you and more
satisfactory to me.
- J am nov able to report that a cure is effect?
ed, af kr using the remedy for live months.
I KAVX 50T uaxD INT NOW FOB TOBIE MOUTHS,
AND ITEL AS WELL XV ALL BXSPECTi AS I ?V?E
Your Bocha being devoid of any unpleasant
taste and odor, a nice tonio and invigorate* of j
the system, I do not mean to ba withojt it
whenever occasion may te quire its ase on such
occasions. M. MCCORMICK.
Should any doubt Mr. McCormick's state?
ment, he refers to the following gentlemen :
HON. WM. BIGLER,
' Ex-Governor of Pennsylvania.
HON. THOS. B. FLORENCE,
Washington, D. C,
EON. J. C. KNOX,
HON. J. 8. BLACK,
BON. D. B. PORTER,
Ex-Governor of Pennsylvania.
HON. ELLIS LEWIS,
Ex Juge, Philadelphia.
HON. R. C. GRIER,
HON. G. W. WOODWARD,
Ex-J ndire, Philadelphia.
HON. W. A. PORTER,
HON. JOHN BIGLER,
Ex-Governor of California.
HON. E. BANKS,
Washington, D. C.
And many others, if neceaeary.
FROM THE PRINCIPAL PHYSICIAN OF
THE SANITARY INFIRMARY OF
THE STATE OF
PAUSE LA FOUBCHE, IA., April 29,1870.
ff. T. ffelmoold,Esq.: * . .
DEAS Sm-I have in my practice nsed (in a
majority of cases where disease of the urinary
organa existed) HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT OF
BUCHU, and confidently say that I have never
known it to be nae J without the greatest bene?
ficial resulte. I have consulted patients after
partaking of it, and they invariably cen firm
my atatement. I am satisfied that the prepa?
ration is an established fact, convincingly
proved by the practical test of long experience.
JOHN B. O. GAZZO, M. D.
PERMANENT CUBE OF DIABETES WITH
HAOEXKBAOK, Bergen County, N. J., j
April 25,1870. f
Dr. ff. T. Belmbold :
DEAB SIB-I have been Battering f it a long
time from Diabetes, and bad bees nuder treat?
ment fer the same by three of the most eminent
physicians of this place, viz: Dre. Hasbrouck,
Hall and Smith, without any apparent benefi?
cial result. Ha vim? heard of your "FLUID
EXTRACT BUCHU,"! concluded to try it,
although I had but little faith in ita curative
properties. I am happy to state that after
having taken four bottles of your "LL'CflU," I
am entirely cured, and deem it but my duty to
you and the community at large to inform you
of the fact that I have been perfectly cured by
your medicine, having been informed by the
three physicians above stated that my disease
JOHN H. WYGANT.
I respectfully refer to any citizen of Hacken
Cm ABD Coran ot Nsw loss-ss: John H.
Wygsnt, being of the Village of Hackensack,
County of Bergen, State A Nev Jersey, being
duly sworn, deposes and says that the forego?
ing is true to his knowledge.
(Signed) JOHN H. WYGANT.
Sworn to before me this 27th day of April,
(Signed) JOHN G. KEARNEY, %
Commissioner of Deeds. New York City
and County, No. 25 Chambers street, N. Y.
CURE OF BLADDER AND KIDNEY AFFEC?
TION OF LONG STANDING-STONE
PASSED AND TO BE SEEN.
WESTPORT, Conn., Sept. 5,1869.
H. T. EELMB-LD, Esq.:
DEAS Sm-I commenced taking your "Ex
tract of Bu chu" about two weeks since for sn
affection of the bladder and kidneys. I have
suffered by spells very much for s few days
psst But yesterday relief came through the
effect Of your "Eucba." A eLone passed from
my bladder abont the else of a large pea, and
now I fe d perfectly well and' entirely bee from
the pain that I bare suffered with "so hard*'
I attribute my cure to your medicine entirely,
and would recommend all persons eimilaily
affected to try it I have great faith in its
Yon?, truly, THOS. J. BENNETT.
Rev. WM. COGSWELL,
J. L. G. CANNON,
D.uggist, Westport, Conn.
H. L. WHEELER, Esq.,
BBADLEY HULL, Esq.,
DB. WAKE d*AN,
B. W. ROBINSON,
New York City.
And many others if necessary.
OCBEOFKID.NET AND BLADDER AFFEC?
TION OF A PATIENT SEVENTY
EIGHT YEARS OF AGE.
THANKS TO MR. HELMBOLD.
GIRARD, PE?*., March 31,1869.
EDITOR COSMOPOLITE : I desire ss an .unso?
licited tribute to the merits of HELMBOLD'S
BUCHU and for the benefit of those similarly
afflicted as myself, to say that, after consult?
ing many eminent physicians, and trying near?
ly all the best advertised remedies, in the vain
hope of finding relief from aggravated kidney
and bladder diseuee from whiob I had suf?
fered excessively for many yean, good for?
tune finally suggested to me HELMBOLD'8
BUCHU, which I commenced using with little
faith and- no apparent beneficial results for
about a month. At the expiration of that time,
however, I thought 1 commenced to experi?
ence slight relief, which encouraged me to
persevere in its ase. Now, at the expiration
of four months, although I am au infirm old
mao, nearly seventy-eight years of age, and
consequently medicines cannot bs expected to
favorably affect meas they other wi te would, I
have found euch unspeakable relief and per?
manent benefit from Mr. Helmbold's valuable
discovery, and 1 feel I ought to publicly record
the faot as an acknowledgment to him sud a
vu I nable suggestion to the pubhe.
D. M. LAREN.
Mr. Laren refers to the following gentle?
COLONEL DAN RICE,
CHARLES STOWE, Esq.,
Girard, Peon., Editor Cosmopolite.
GEORGE H. CUTLER,
Girard, Penn., Attorney.
C. L. HINDS,
Girard, Penn., Attorney.
Capt. D. W. HUTCHINSON,
Girard, Penn., Attorney.
Girard, Penn., Merchant.
DAVID E. DAY,
Girard, Penn., Merchant.
0. F. ROCKWELL,
Girard, Penn., Merchant.
B. C. ELY,
Girard, Penn., Druggist.
BED-WETTING IN CHILDREN.
NEW YORK STATE VOLUNTEER INSTI?
TUTE, CORNER 6TH AVENUE AND 76TH
STREET, CENTRAL PARK.
(A. HOME AND SCHOOL FOR THE SONS OF
Dr. H. T. HELMBOLD :
Two bottles only of the package
of jour valuable Bucha presented to the |
ft. t. fehnbolo.
Lis li tute hare been used by the children, and
with perfect success. Thanking jon on behalf j
c.' the children, and hoping others may be alike
I am, respectfully yours,
General Superintendent and Director.
HUNDRED DOLLARS WOULD BE GIVE:
FOB A BOTTLE. IF NECESSARY.
RAHWAT, N. J., Dece aber 2,1869.
H. T. HELMBOLD, Esq. :
DEAS Sm : I take great pleasure in sending
yon a certificate, in addition to the many yon
have received from suffering humanity. I can
scarcely find language sufficiently strong to
express my heartfelt gratification at the won.
derful core yonr Bnchu ha? effected. For four
years I have Buffered beyond description. All
my friends (with myself) came* to the conclu
sion that my case was incurable. ACCIDENT
placed your advertisement in my hands. I
commenced taking your BUOHU.
I followed the directions, and to my otter a s
toniahment, before I had taken seven bottles of j
I your valuable medicine-(I would give ORE
HUKDBXD DoiXAse a bottle, if I could not get
it at any other price)-am entirely cored. I most
I earnestly recommend it to all those suffering
from disease. I told many persona to take your
valuable medicine, and they are doing so with
great success. Any information my fellow- J
ci ti zens may require will be freely given by the
subscriber, at his residence, Ko. 78 Milton
avenue, Babway, N. J.
H. M. FREEMAN,
Councilman 'Third Ward, City of Rah way.
RAHWAT, N. J., December 2,18<
We, the undersigned, are well acquainted
with H. M. Freeman, of Rah way, and know
that he bas been a long time suffering in the
worst possible form, for the past four years,
and be has been entirely cnred by the use of
J. W. SAVAGE,
FRANK LA BAU,
President of Council.
Clerk of Council.
PETER A. BANIA,
W. J. BROWN,
J. S. S. MELLICE.
LEWIS HOFF, .
J. B. STBTEER,
Cm HALL, MAYOR'S OFFICE, )
RAH WA Y, N. J., December 5,1869. f
This wdl certify that I am personally ac?
quainted with H. M. Freeman, and I am cog
nizint of the facta aet forth in the abo re state?
ment, and the eeveral persone whose signa?
tures are there onto attached are all known
to me. JOHN P. WHITNEY,
Mayor of Rahway, E. J.
UNITED STATES HOSPITAL.
SALXSBUBT, N. 0., March 19,1869.
H. T. HELMBOLD, Esq., Philadelphia. Pa. :
DEAS Sra-I wieh yon to aend me one dosen
of your Sarsaparilla Extract, and a half-dozen
of your Rose Waeb.
Allow me to say that your preparations are
very satisfactory, not only lo the practitioner,
but also to the patient; and I shall endeavor to
bring them into universal use in thia part of]
Please forward these medicines again, ae
before, C. O. D., per express.
I am, sir, very respectfully, yours, ito.,
M. FT A. HOFFMAN,
Burgeon in Charge Hospital.
CERTIFICATE OF A DISTINGUISHED
PHILADELPHIA, August 18, 1869.
Mr. HELM BOLD :
Sia-I have used your EXTRACT B?CHU
with many ol' my patients, and can speik of it
in the highest terms in every case, and con?
sider it a valuable remedy, and one that should
be in the hands of every midwife.
Very truly, yours,
REBECCA STANTON, M. D.
CURE OF NERVOUS PROSTRATION AND
DECLINE OF A YOUNG LADY. .
H. T. HELMBOLD : I have given your EX?
TRACT BUCHH to my daughter, who has
been unable to Bleep, very nervous, loss of ap?
petite, general debility, and rapidly falling
into a decline-in fact, consumption was talked
of. I was recommended to try your BUCHU
by a highly respectable lady of this place,
who bad given it to her son with com?
plete success. My daughter had been
troubled for a long tims. I purchased one bot?
tle some eight weeks since, which lasted one
week, and from which she received great,
fi. S. S?mbolo.
benefit, and indnced me to pnrchtee one-halfJ
dozen bottles, ss I tried many other rem?di?e
and my family physician to no avail. It is now
.more than two weeks since ehe has taken the
last bottle, and I am happy to inform yon of its
complete ance ess.
Very truly yours,
GEORGE H. MARSHALL.
GSBKAHTOWW, Penn., February 12, I860.
SPEEDY RELIEF FROM KIDNEY AFFEC |
HON OCCASIONED BY
Nsw YOBS, February 1,1870.
DB. HELMBOLD :
DEAS Sm-On the 233 or August I received
severe internal and external injuri?e, occasion?
ed by an accident on s Philadelphia railroad j
car. On my a rrival in New York I was attend?
ed by Dr. WILSON, of East" *5?th street, and
another physician, whose name I do not re?
member. After my wounds were dressed I
suffered for three (3) dsye intense agony from
internal injuries, -which affected my kidneys.
I can say that siter taking but three doses of )
your EXTRACT BUCHU I felt greatly reliev?
ed. I used tbe balance of the bottle, sud am
happy to state that since that time I have
experienced no farther difficulty.
Very truly yours,
P. H. KEARNEY,
No. 3*8 8d av.
Mr. Kearney respectfully refers to either of |
the following gentlemen :
HON. ROBT B. ROOSEVELT, Esq.,
Editor of Citizen and Bound Table.
B. F. CURTIS, Esq.,
No. 102 Greenwich street.
MORRIS PHILLIPS. Esq.,
Editor of Home JournaL
HON. M. CONNOLLY,
Register of City.
MESSRS. PETTESGILL A BATES,
No. 87 Park Row.
HON. NELSON J. WATERBURY,
HON. JAMES E. COULTER,
And many others, if necessary.
GREAT CURE OF DIABETES OF A LADY.
FIFTY DOLLARS A BOTTLE.
NEW YOBS, February 6,1868.
DEAB DB. BELM BOLD :
DzAB Sra-For the past eight months I have
been suffering from diabet es. I have consulted
several of our leading physicians, bat hare
failed to receive the ali gb test benefit from their 1
Four months ago I saw your advertisement
in the Herald. I*wa* persuaded by a friend
Who had been benefited by your world-renown?
ed Bncbu. I parc h ase d s bottle, took the con?
tents, and was so relieved that I continued the
the nae of it. The diabetes bsa entirely dis?
appeared, after using for three months,
would give $60 a bottle, if I could not get it st
any other pnce.
I most earnestly recommend it to all those
suffering from this disease.
ANNA E. 8TOUGHTON,
No. 128 Weat 27th street.
FROM A PRACTITIONER OF TWENTY
Sra-I have prescribed your Bach a in affec?
tions of the Bladder and Kidneys with a grati- j
fy in g result.
EDWABD L. 8HAW, M. D.
NEW YOBB, April 12,1866.
DISEASE OF THE BLADDER AND GOUT
OF THE KIDNEY CUBED.
H. T. HELMBOLD : I consider thy Com?
pound Fluid Extract Bncbu one of the best
medicines for Diseases of the Kidneys and
Bladder. One bottle relieved me of severe
Gout of Kidneys, and I was entirely cured by
the use of six.
Repectfully, thy friend,
S. M. JOHNSON.
BUBUBOIOB, N. J., May, 1858.
CURE OF A CASE OF GRAVEL OF NINE
PHILADELPHIA, GIRAUD HOUBB, April 19,1866.
DR. HELMBOLD :
DXAB Sm-Having suffered with gravel for
upward of nine years, and not obtaining
any relief from the various physicians
in my section. I visited Philadelphia for the
purpose of having an operation performed
t , . . . - '"- . '-< ..?i/iUTg
some tan or eleven weeks ?Ince; but on my sr- \a
rival I saw your advertisement In the Ledger, 0
and 1 determined to try it drat, naring a great
aversion to the operation. I purchased three
bottles, although at the time I had Utile faith
in medicine rn my case, bot boping it might
relieve my Buffering. I soon found my pain,
decrease, and Celt much more comfortable. I
then purchased one dozen bottles. I coo tinned -
to use it, and at the expiration of four week? .
I noticed a deposit in my chamber, ac d upon
inspection I found this to be gritty, a^jjjpl
determined to examine more closely: aadto
my surprise I found this' to be email psi I liai. ~
larger than a pin's head., I continued to nae ' '
the medicine, and hare ooHectod a few of tke
Baffle, which I enclose. I continued to pase f
them until within three weeks.. Ky water ,'^
previoufl to using lt was feverish, and a sodi- c
ment would form from it Biuoe that period
His moen lighter; the pain ha? ceased, sad I
am able to inform you that it is now of atratural*
color, and I ?are no pain or inflammation in any
part of my body, and can walk, ride, or rest'
without any inconvenience.
I shall leave for home to-morrow, and shall
take a supply with me, as-i intend using it for
some time, although I feel well now, and can .
candidly say that it has effected a cure wheat
all other remedies and medical akin have i
Feeling grateful that I was so
find and yon to prepare such an exooUent
medi?me, believe me, ht the comprehensive
sense of the word,
Your friend, .
J. B. SANDERSON.
I '"" ? .' . - ' - - &?.i??
. . '.. i^fe irt^;ot
: ; ,' ? ' ' '? *' ' : '
(DB. KEYSER IS A PBT81CJl!k OP OVER
"THIRTY YEARS* EXPERIENCE, A N T>
GRADUATE OF THE JEFFERSON MBDT
i CAL COLLEGE, AND OF THE UN1VBRST
1 TY OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY OF
MR. H. T. HECMBOLD :
DEAS Sm: Io regard to the question asked
me as to my opinion shoot Bacho,! would ear
I hare seen and need every form of Buchu
the powdered leaves, the simple decoction,
cincture, finid extracte-and I am not OOfBaV
aant of any preparation* of that plant at all
equal to yours. Thirty years' experience
ought, I think, to giro me the right to judge
of its merita, and, without prejudice or par?
tiality, I give years precedence over all others,
I bs ve eared with it, and seen oared with it, '
more diseases of tie bladder and kidney* tba* .
I hare ever seen oared with any other Bucha,
pr any other proprietary compound of what?
ever name. "
Respectfully yours, Ac,
GEO. B. KEYSER, Tal, D"
No. 1A0 Wood street. PittoD?rg, Fenn.
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FROM A PROFESSOR OF SURGE ? Y, tffJaV
GEON AND CLINICAL LEC?
TURER TO THE ALMS?
I hare employed the medicines of Dr. Helm- I
bold in nam ero na instance* within the baot
three yean, and hare always found them ex- :
tremely efficacious, especially in dise-es of
the urinary organs. I bare BO hesitation ia
pronouncing them of inestimable value, and
worthy the oonfldenee of the Faculty.
WU. A COLEMAN, M. D.
June 26,1867. i
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OF ? j
Price tl as per Bottle, or Six Bottles
for te 50.
DE LITE BED TO ANY ADDRESS. DE?
SCRIBE SYMPTOMS IN ALL
H. T. HELMBOLD,
PRACTICAL & ANALYTICAL CHEMIST
CRYSTAL PALACE DRUG STORE,
NO. SM BROADWAY, fie vr York,
No. 104 SOUTH 10TH ST.,
BOLD BT DRUGGISTS XV Y
Beware of counterfeits and those cheap d?coc?
tions called Booba.
None are genuine unless done np in steeNen
graved wrapper, with fae simile of my Chemi?
cal Warehouse, and signed -
H. T. HELMBOLD.