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THE GREAT DIURETIC
The Proprietor trusts that his remedies,
from the fact of being advertised, may not
be classed as Patent Medicines.
EUCHU, in one form or other, has been
presented by every educated Physician for
Two Hundr4 "Sears.
H. T. HELSIBOLL claims a superior
node of extracting its virtues. The ex
periments were made while engaged in the
DEUG business in the City of Philadelphia,
19 years ago, prompted by the alarming
increase cf diseases of the Bladder, Kid
neys, Gravel, and Urinary Organs existing
in both sexes. Tbese diseases were at
tracting as much attention as diseases of
the Liver or any other organ of the body.
Upon the sound and healtfcy conditions
of these organs the nervous system and
liver were involved and the happiness of
the entire human family depended.
The Buchu acting favorably upon both
L'.ver and Kidneys to prepare it so that it
would retain its strength and active prin
ciple was his aim. It must not be made,
as housekeepers make tea, by boiling. It
is a delicate Leaf, and its active principle
would be destroyed by such a process. It
must be prepared in VACUO, and of the
: long leaf, fresh and carefully selected.
THE SUPERIOEITY OF MY MODE
OF PEEPABA.T10N ACKNOWLEDGED,
I now ship to the point (CAPE CF GOOD
HOPE) where the leaves are gathered large
Ely Fluid Sztract.
THE ARTICLE STAND3 PEE-EMI-KEJfT,
AND IS KNOWN IN ALL PAETS
OP THE WOULD.
The first and most important object was
to offer to the afflicted a remedy that was
perfectly safe, and could be taken by adults
children. Ignorant persons, who pay no
might reason "that, if a teaspoonful taken
occasionally did good, two would be bet
ter, and perhaps a bottle would cure in a
Many have broken down their health by
dissipation, and on this principle; but they
bad been years in doing so.
What I would have understood is that no
injury can arise from its use. It is as safe
aa any article of food; but patients must not
expect any medicing to rebuild a wrecked
or shattered constitution in a few days, and
perhaps with a single bottle.
Notwithstanding the number of years I
have been engaged in the business, there
may be those located at a distance that may
net be aware of the facts, and would like to
be satisfied on all the points. Having been
educated a druggist, I append the following;
FROM THE LARGEST MANUFACTURING
CHEMIST IN THE WORLD:
"I am acquainted with Mr. IL T. Helm
Bold, He occupied the drug Btore oppo
site my residence, and was successful in
ooniucting the business where others had
not been equally so before him. I have
been favorably Impressed with his charac
ter and enterprise.
"Firm of Powers & Weightman,
Manufacturing Chemists, Ninth and
Browning sts., Phila., Nov. 15th, lfoi."
Ipropose to give evidence that this rem
dv is not a Patent Medicine. The obiec-
tion which generally lies against all discov
eries and inventions in medicine is "Pub
UeUy.n 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.
We lave yet to learn from what chapter or
trt in Eerivbireto quoU "that men may
not Ual other of their ftRow-men of any disease."
Nor have we asked Pickwicks, affided
Prudes, or, in short, men who mre possessed
of every kind cf sense but common sense, and
aU kinds of opinions but Vieir own. The
Bachu is a good thing; it has hundreds oi
thousands of living witnesses to attest its
virtue and commend it It is the preju
dice of bigots and the envy of "Quacks.
We offer the following evidence:
SEE "JOURNAL OF PHARMACY."
SEE REMARKS MALE BY DR. EPH-
raim Mcdowell, a celebrated
physician, and member of the
royal college of surgeons ire
land, and published in the
TRANSACTIONS OF THE "KING AND
SEE " MEDICO CHIRURGICAL RE
VIEW," PUBLISH D BY BENJAMIN
PRAYERS, FELLOW OF ROYAL COL
LEGE OF SURGEONS, LONDON.
SEE PROF. DEWEES S VALUABLE
WORKS ON THE PRACTICE OF PHYS
IC. SEE REMARKS MADE BY THE LATE
CELEBRATED DR. PHYSICK, PHILA
DELPHIA. And most of the late Standard Works on
SEE Medical properties contained in
Dispensatory of theUalted States, of which
the following is a correct copy:
BUCHU. Its odor is strong, diffasive,
and somewhat aromatic; its taste is bitter
ish and analogous to that of mint. It is
given chiefly in complaints of the Urinary
Organs, such as GraveL Chronic Catarrh
of the Bladder, Morbid Irritation of the
BUdder and Urethra, diseases of the Pros
trate Gland, and Retention of the Inconti
nence of Urine, from a loss of tone in the
parts concerned in its evacuation, It has
also been recommended in Dyspepsia,
Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affec
tions, and Dropsy.
Cure cf Gravel of Fivo Years'
Standing Stone Passed and
to be Seen.
Sayajtsah, Tenn., May 14, 1869.
Da. IL T. Hkt.mbold:
DeasSib: We introduced your "Fluid
Extract Buchu" in this country about
eight months ago, and we are happy to state
that it is meeting with universal favor.
We wish to inform yon of one instance
(among many) where your "Buehn" has
worked wonders. A man in our county,
named J. B. EstelL had been suffering
about five years with gravel. About six
weeks ago he bought of us one bottle of
your "Buchu," and before he was through
with one bottle he passed a gravel that
weighs eight grains, which we now have on
exhibition in our drug store. He says he
will never be without the "Bachu' in his
heuse again. Your preparations are gain
ing favor every day.
Yery respectfully yours, eta.,
ECCLES i H1NKLE, Druggists.
CURB OF BLADDER AND KIDNEY AF
FECTION OF LONG STANDING
STONE PASSED, AND TO BE SEEN.
Wsctpobt, Conn., Sept 5, 1869.
H. T. Helmbold, Esq. :
Dxab Sib: I commenced taking your
"Extract of Buchu" about two weeks since
for an affection of the gravel, bladder, and
kidneys. I have suffered by spells very
much for a few days past But yesterday
relief came through the eff?ct of your
"Buchu." A 6 tone passed from my blad
der about the size of si largepea; and I now
feel perfectly welL and entirely free from
the pain that I have suffered with "so
hard." I attribute my cure to your medi
cine entirel y, and would recommend all
persons similarly affected to try it. I
have great faith in its curative powers.
THOMAS J. BENNETT.
Rev. WILLIAM COGSWELL, Westport,
J. L. G. CANNON, DruggUt, Westport,
H. B. WHEELER, Esq., Westport, Ct
BRADLEY HULL, Esq., Westport, Ct
Dr. WAKEMAN, Reading, Ct
R. W. ROBINSON, Wholesale Druggist,
New York City.
And many others, if necessary.
Speedy Relief from Kidney Affec
tion, Occasioned by Accident.
New Tors, Feb. 1st 187a
Db. EL T. Hzxjcboxj:
Dzas Sib i On the 231 of August last I
received severe internal and external inju
ries, occasioned by an accident on a Phila
delphia railroad car. On my arrival in
New York, I was attended by Dr. WILSON,
of East 55 tli bt., and another physician,
whose name I do not now remember. After
my wounds were dressed, I suffered for (3)
three days intense agony from internal in
juries, which affected my kidneys. I can
say that after taking but three doses of
YOUR EXTRACT BUCHU I felt greatly
relieved. I used the balance of the bottle,
and am happy to state that since that time
have experienced no further difficulty.
Very truly yours,
P. H. KJfiARNEY,
No. 848 Third Avenue.
I respectfully refer to either of the fol
ROBEET B. ROOSEVELT, Esq., Editor
of Cii'jun and Rowid Table.
B. F. CUETIS, Esq., No. 107 Greenwich
MORRIS PHILLIPS, Esq., Editor of
Hon. M. CONNOLLY, Register of City.
Messrs. PETTENGILL & BATES, Pro
prietors ot Hearth und Home.
L N. HUDSON, Esq.. No. 41 Park Bow.
Hon. NELSON J. WATEEBUEY.
Hon. JAMES E. COULTER.
And many others, if necessary.
Cure of Sidney and Bladder Af
fection cf a Patient Seven
ty Years of Age.
Thanks to Dr. Helmbold.
Gibakd, Pa., March SI, 1S69.
Edxtob Cosmopolite: I desire, as an
unsolicited tribute to the merits of "Helm-
bold's Buchu," and for the benefit of those
similarly afflicted as myself, to say that
after consulting many eminent physicians,
and trying nearly all the best advertised
remedies, in the vain hope of finding relief
from aggravated kidney and bladder dis
eases, from which I have suffered exces
sively for many jears, good fortune finally
suggested to me Helmbold's 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 I commenced to expe
rience slight relief, whioh encou raged me
to persevere in its use. And now, at the
expiration of four months although I am
an infirm old man, nearly seventy-eight
years of age, and, consequently, medicines
cannot be expected to favorably affect me
a fViAT ntharwisa would I have found
such nnspeSkable relief and permanent
benefit from Mr. Helmbold's valuable dis
covery that I feel I ought to publicly re
cord the fact &s an acknowledgment to
him and a valuable suggestion to the pub
lic. Yours respectfully.
D. M. LAREX
Mr. Laren refers to the following gentle
CoL DAN RICE, Girard, Pa.
CHAS. STOW, Esq., Girard, Pa., Edi
tor of Cosmopolite.
GEO. H. CUTLER, Girard, Pa.. Attor
ney. C. L HINDS, Girard, Pa., Attorney.
Capt D. W. HUTCHINSON, Girard,
DAVID OLTN, Girird, Pa., Merchant
DAVID E. DAY, Girard, Pa., Merchant
C. F. ROCKWELL, Girard, Pa,, Mer
chant B. 0. ELY, Girard, Pa., Druggist
A PHYSICIAN OF OVER THIRTY
YEARS' EXPERIENCE. AND A GRA
DUATE OF THE JEFFERSON MEDI
CAL COLLEGE, AND OF THE UNI
VERSITY OF MEDICINE AND SUR
GERY OF PHILADELPHIA.
Ms. IL T. HcLitBOLD Dxaj Bib-. In re
gard to the question asked me as to my
opinion about Buchu, I should say that I
have used and sold the article in various
forms for the past thirty years. I do not
think there is any form or preparation of it
I have not used or known to be used, in the
various diseases where such medicate agent
would be indicated. You are aware, as well
as myself, that it has been extensively em
ployed in the various diseases of the blad
der and kidneys; and the reputation it has
acquired, in my judgment is warranted by
I have seen and used, as before stated,
every form f Buchu the powdered leaves,
tincture, fluid extracts; and I am not cog
nizant of any preparation of that plant at all
equal to yours. Twelve years' experience
ought I think, to give me the right to judge
of its merits; and, without prejudice or
partiality, I give yours precedence over all
I value your Buchu for its effect on pa
tients. I have cured with it, and seen cured
with it more diseases of the bladder and
kidney than I have seen cured with any
other Buchu, or any other proprietary com
pound of whatever name.
Respectfully yours, etc.,
GEO. H. KEYSER, M. D.
No. 140 Wood St, PitUburg, Perm.
August 11th, 18C5.
A CASE OF
TWENTY YEARS' STANDING.
FnuDUfEuj Penn., June 25, 18C7.
IL T. Helmbold, Druggist DeabSib:
I have been a sufferer for upward of twenty
years with gravel, bladder and kidney af
fections, during which time I have used va
rious medical preparations, and been under
the treatment of the most eminent physi
cians, experiencing but little relief.
Having seen your preparations extensive
ly advertised, I consulted my family physi
cian in regard to using your Extract Buchu.
I did this because I had used all kinds of ad
vertised remedies, and found them worth
less, and some quite ii jarious. In fact I de
spaired of eyei getting welLand determined
to use no remedies hereafter unless I knew
of the ingredients. It was this that prompt
ed me to use your remedy. As you adver
Used that it was composed of buchu, cn
bebs, and juniper berries, it occurred to me
and my physician as an excellent combina
tion; and, with his advice, after an exam
ination of the article and consulting again
with the druggist I conoluded to try it I
commenced to usa it about eight months
ago, at which time I was confined to my
From the first bottle I was astonished
and gratified at the beneficial effect; and
after using it 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 de
fer, and see if it would effect a perfect curn,
knowing that it would be of greater value
to you and more satisfactory to me.
I am now able to report that a cure is ef
fected, after using this remedy for five
I have not used any now for three months
and feel as well in all re3pects as I ever
Your Buchu being devoid of any un
pleasant taste and odor, a nice tonio and
invigorator of the system, I do not mean to
be without it whenever occasion may re
quire its use on such- occasions.
Should any one doub t Mr. MoCormick's
statement he refers to the following gen
Hon. W1L BIGLER, ex-Governor of
Hon. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Phila
delphia. Hon. J. 0. KNOX, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. S. BLACK, Philadelphia.
Hon. D. It PORTER, ex-Governor of
Hon. ELLIS LEWIS, Philadelphia.
Hon. R. C. GRIER, Philadelphia.
Hon, G. W. WOODWARD, Philadel
phia. Hon. W. A. PORTER, Philadelphia.
Hon. JOHN BIGLER, ex Governor of
Hon. IL BANKS, Washington, D. C.
And many others, if neoessary.
Great Cnre of Diabetes of d Lady.
FIFTY DOLLARS A BOTTLE.
Niw Tons, Feb. 6, 1S70.
Deax Db. Hjeucbold:
Bub Sib v For the past eight months !
have been suffering from Diabetes. I have
consulted several of our leading physi
eians, but have failed to receive the slight
est benefit from their costly medicines.
Four months ago I saw your advertise
ment in the Herald. I was persuaded by a
friend who hal been benefitted by your
wosLD-zzaowsiD Buchu. I purchased a
bottle, took the contents, and was 60 re
lieved that I continued the use of it The
DLLBETXS HAS X3TXELELY DISAPPSABED, AJTZB
CBOTO XT FOB TSBXK MONTH 3. I WOULD GIVE
$50 a BOTTU, if I could not get it at any
I most earnestly recommend it to all
those suffering from this disease.
ANNA E, STOUGHTON,
Uos 133, West Twenty-seventh at
One Hundred Dollars would be
Given for a Bottle if Necessary,
RiXwas, N. J., December 2, 18C9.
H T. HsxjcmU), Eso Deab Sib: I
take great pleasure in sending you a cer
tificate, in addition to the many you have
received from suffering humanity. I can
soaroely find language sufficiently strong
to express my heartfelt gratification at
the wonderful cure your "Buohu"has ef
fected. For four years I have suffered be
yond description. All my friends (with
myself) came to the conclusion that my
ease was incurable. Accident placed your
advertisement In my hands. I commenced
taking your "Buchu." I followed the
directions, and, to my utter astonishment
before I hal taken seven bottles of your
valuable medicine (I would give $100 a
bottle, if I oould not get it at any other
price) I was entirely cured. I most earn
estly recommend it to all those suffering
from disease. I have ttld many persons
to take your valuable medicine; and they
are doing so with great success. Any in
formation my fellow-citizens may require
will be freely given by the subscriber, at
his residence, No. 73 Milton Avenue, Rail
way, New Jersey.
H. M. FREEMAN,
COUNCILMAN THIRD WARD,
CITY OF RAHWAY.
Bahway, N. J., Dae 2, 1869.
We, the undersigned, are well acquainted
with H. M. Freeman, of Rahway, and
know that he has been a long time suffer
ing, in the worst possible form, for the
past four years; and that he has been en
tirely cured by the use of "Helmbold's
J. W. SAVAGE, Ex-Mayor.
FRANK LA BAU, Pres't of Council
WM. RICHARDS, Clerk of Council,
PETER A. BANTA, Councilman.
W. J. BROWN, Councilman.
J. S. S. ME LIC 3, Counoilman.
LEWIS HOFF, Councilman,
J. B. STRYKER, Merchant
Citt Hall, Mayob's Office, Bahway,
New Jersey, December 5, 1869.
This will certify that I am personally
acquainted with H. IL Freeman, and am
cognizant of the facts as set forth in the
above statement and the several persons
whose signatures are thereunto attached are
all known to me.
JOHN F. WHITNEY,
Mayor of Rah way, N. J.
N. Y. State Volunteer Institute,
CORNER OF FIFTH AVENUE AND SEVENTY-SIXTH
ST., CENTRAL PARK.
(A HOME AND SCHOOL FOR THE SONS
OF DECEASED SOLDIERS.)
Db. H. T. Helmbold: Two bottles only
of the paokage of your valuable Bachu pre
sented to the Institute have been used by
the children, and with perfect success. In
the case of our little Lieutenant A. J., his
pride is no longer mortified, and he is free
from the daily morning anathemas of the
chambermaid who has charge of his bed
ding. I feel that a knowledge of the result
of our use of your Buchu with the children
under cur charge may save many a Super
intendent and Matron of Boarding Schools
and Asylums a great amount of annoyance;
and many a poor child, suffering more
from weakness than from habit, may be
spared punishment that is (not knowing it
as a weakness, instead of a bad habit) most
ucju3tly inflicted, upon them. Thanking
you on behalf of the children, and hoping
others may be alike benefited.
I am respectfully yours,
GENERAL SUPT AND DIRECTOR.
GREAT SALT LAKE CITY.
Utah, Jan. 20, 1853.
Mb. H. T. Helvbold Dxab Sib: Your
communication requesting our' terms for
adveitising was duly received; but from a
prejudice I had formed against advertisicg
"cures for secret diseases," it was left un
answered. Daring an accidental conversa
tion in a drug etore, the other evening, my
mind was changed on the character of your
Buchu. It was then highly commend
ed for other diseases by the phy
sicians present Inclosed please find our
rates of advertising. Yours, etc.,
T. B. H. STENHOUSE,
Editor and Proprietor of Daily and Semi-
A Case of Inflammation of Kidneys
FROM MORGAN, FEAZEL Co.
Glasgow, Missocbz. Feb. 5, 1868.
Mb. EL T. Hei.vbold:
Deab Sib: About two years ago I was
troubled with both Inflammation of the
Kidneys and GraveL and I resorted to sev
eral remedies, without deiiving any benefit
whatever; and, seeing your Extract Buchtj
advertised, I procured a few bottles, and
used them. The result was a complete cure
in a short time. I regard your Extract
Buchu to be decidedly the best remedy ex
tant fcr any and all diseases of the Kidneys,
and I am quite confident that it will do all
you claim for it Yon may publish this if
you desire to do so.
EDWIN M. FEAZEL.
UNITED STATES HOSPITAL,
Sausbubt, N. C, March 10th, 1863.
H. T. Helubold, Esq., Philadelphia, Pa.:
Deab Sib: I wish you to send me one
dozen of your Sarsaparilla Extract and half
a dozen of your Rose Wash.
Allow me to say that your preparations
are very satisfactory not only to the prac
titioner, but also to the patient; and I shall
endeavor to bring them to universal use in
this part of the country.
Please forward thess medicines again as
before C. O. D., per express.
Iam, sir, very respectfully your?, etc.,
M. F. A. HOFFMAN,
SURGEON IN CHARGE OF HOSPITAL.
CERTIFICATE OF A
Philadelphia, August 18th, 1869.
Sib: I have used your Extract Buchu
with many of my patients, and can speak
of it in the highest terms in every case;
and consider it a valuable remedy, and.one
tkat should be in the hands of every mid
wife. Very truly yours,
REBECCA STANTON, M. D.
Cure cf Nervous Prostration and
Decline of a Young Lady.
BL T. Heljibold: I have been giving
your Extract Bachu to my daughter, who
has been unable to sleep, very nervous,
with loss of appetite, general debility, and
rapid fdllin? into decline in fact consump
tion was talked of. I was recommended to
use your "Buchu" by a highly respectable
lady of this place, who had given it to her
son with complete success. My daughter
had been troubled for a long time. I pur
chased one bottle some eight weeks since,
which lasted one week.and from which the
received great benefit; which induced me
to purchase one half dozen bottles, as I
had tried many other remedies 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
yauof its complete success.
Very truly yours,
GEO. M. MARSHALL.
Germantown, Pa., Feb. 12th, 1863.
A PERMANENT CURE OF GRAVEL
CFTWELYE YEARS' STAND
ING. STONE PASSED
AND TO BE SEEN.
BuBjjgms, Conn., Dec 15th, 1869.
Da. HiLMBOLD Dbab Sib: It is with
much pleasure that I write you upon faats
respecting myself. I do 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 more
aometimes than others. The complaint
was the ''Kidneys" and "Bladder." I
have been sometimes from twelve to four
teen hours, and wanted to make water
every minute, but coull not Have con
sulted doctors, both in Massachusetts and
this State, and taken pills, I may Bay, by
the quart, also liquored medicines; but
found no relief from any, and got worse
the last six months. I was so that I could
scarcely 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
"Kidneys." I read it through, and thought
I would try it I purchased a bottle; but
mind you, Lad not muoh faith in it Why
should L when I had been trying so many
things that cost me so much? Well, I began
taking it and 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 (apparently.)
When I walked, it seemed as if my right
kidney was falling from its place, and I
felt really bad I felt so before I had fin
ished the second that I had made up my
mind it was of no use trying any more;
and all this time the Buchu " was doing
its work, but I did not know it So I gave
it up, and went to Hartford on Saturday.
to one of the best doctors in the city. He
said it was the neck of the b'adJer, and 1
should have to nudergo an operation. He
gave me medicine, and I went home quite
down-hearted. On Sunday I was unable
to go to churoh. I had not taken any of
his medicine; but on my return continued
using the "Buchu," and in the afternoon I
had a desire to make water, but could ret.
About one hour after this I tried again,
with the same result; but the next time I
took the vessel 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 something came through the passage
and struck against the side of the voweL
I examined it; and it is the ugliest stone or
gravel you ever saw, covered over with
it tie pieoes which collected together. It
looks the eolor of a mud-turtle, and as
hard as flint So you see the "Buchu"
was doing its work, although I was feeling
so badly. I procured another boUle,
thinking there might be soma more be
hind; but since that has passed, which is
eight weeks ago last Sunday, I have been
as, well as ever I was In my life. I Lave
the stone securely wrapped; aud those who
have seen it in this place are surprised. I
cannot tell you alL but this 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 well known in Berkshire; also
in Connecticut The advertisement saved
me. Why not publish more ? The Spring
field Republican is a widespread paper. It
any one wishes to see this wonder they can
do so. I could write aU day, but think I
have said enough this time; so I remain
your ever well-wisher,
EDWARD L. HOWARD.
Paper Maker, Burnside, Hartford, Co., Ct.
Dr. MACK, Burnside, Oonn.
Dr. WRIGHT, North Lee, Mass.
Dr. HOLKUM, North Lee, Mass.
Dr. ADAMS, Stockbridge, Mass.
Dr. SCOTT, Noith Manchester, Conn.
Dr. JAQUES. Buckland Corners, Conn.
Dr. EEARSFORD, Hartford, Conn.
ALL OF WHOM TREATED ME FOR THE
xir act Buchu
E3XISXIS8ZD CPTVaED Off
DRUG AND CHEMICAL
No. 594 Broadway, New York,
1C4 South Tenth St, Philadelphia, Pa.
SixEottlss for 85.30, or 01.23
oer Bottle, delivered to any ad
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS
None are genuine unless done up in a
steel-engraved wrapper, with fao-simile of
my Chemical Warehouse, and signed
H. T. HELMBOLD.
HELMEOLD-g BCCHXT. THZ ONLY ISOWN
remeCj (or dubete. irritation of tba ntck of
too blmdder. iuOammition of the kidnpTa. CAturrb
of lh bladder, strangury or painful ariixati&g.
nrLMBOLD'3 BC0HT7, THE ONLY 'ESOWS
remedy tor dtabft-. irritation t the neck of
toe b adder, inflammation of tne kidnete. catarrh
of the bladder, strangury or painful arioaiuig.
HIXMBOLB'S ETTCHir. THE ONLY KSOWX
remedy for dUbeCaa. irritation of the neck of
tne bladder, inflammation of the kidneys, catarrh
of tne bladder, strangury or painful urinating.
HELMBOLD'3 BUCHTJ. THE ONLY XNOTO
rimed f for diabetes. Irritation of the neck of
tne bladder, loflimmution of the kidneys, catarrh
of the bladder, strangury or painful urinating.
HELMBOtD'8 BUCHTJ THE OXXY XSOTrX
remedy for diabetes, irritition of the neck of
the bladder, inflmmtloa of the kidneys, catarrh
of ths bladder, strangury or painful urinating.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU, THZ OSLY KNOWS
remedy for diabetes, irritation of ths neck of
the bladder. Inflammation of the kidney, catarrh
of ths bladder, stxangory or painful annatlng.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU, THS ONLY KNOWN
remedy lor diabetes, irritation of ths neck of
turn bUdiior, inflammation of the kidneys, oatarrh
of ths bladder, strangury or painful urinating.
TTTLiTBOLD'S BUCHU. THE ONLY KNOWN
KM. remedy for diabeter, irritation of ths neck of
the bladder, inflammation of the kidney, catarrh
of ths bladder, strangury or painful urinating.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU. THE ONLY KNOWN
u A ji.wm 4ifHtHnn ot the necK of
ill. hlaAAW InflimmiHiin af the kidners. catarrh
Of the bladder, strangury or painful urinating.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU, THE ONLY KNOWN
.mari tivr diahatea. irritation of the neck of
th hiiri..r inflammation of the kidceTm. catarrh
oX the bladder, strangury or painful nrlnsllng.