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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, .UNE 14, 1871.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
COMPONENT PARTS. Fluid Extract Rhu
barb and Fluid Extract Catawba Grape
For Liver Complaints, Jaundice, Bilious Affec
tions, 8lck or Nervous Headache, Cos
tiveness, etc. Purely Vegetable,
containing no Mercury,
Minerals or Delete
1 Tbese Pills are pleasant purgative, super-
Beding castor oil, salts, magnesia, etc. There is
. nothing more acceptable to the stomach. They
, give tone, and cause neither nausea nor griping
paina. They are composed of the finest ingre
dients. After a few davs' use of them, such an
Invigoratlen of the entire system takes place as
to appear miraculous to the weak and enervated.
H. T. Helmbold's Compound Fluid Extract
Catawba Grape Pills are not sugar-coated; angar
ia coated Pills pass through the stomach without
dissolving, consequently do not produce ine ae
THE CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS, being plea
sant in taste and odor, do not necessitate their
being sugar-coated, and are prepared according
to rules of Pharmacy and Chemistry, and are
not Patent Medicines.
.HEM T. HELMBOLD'S
t HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COM
Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla
Will radically exterminate from the system
Scrofula, Syphilis, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Sore
Eyes, Sore Legs, Bore Mouth, Sore Head, Bron
chitis, Skin Diseases, Salt Rheum, Cankers,
Runnings from the Ear, White Swellings, Tu
mors, Cancerous Affections, Nodes, Rickets,
Glandular Swellings, Night Sweats, Rash, Tetter,
Humors of all kinds, Chronic Rheumatism, Dys
pepsia, and all diseases that have been esta
blished in the system tor years.
Being prepared expressly for the above com
plaints, its blood-purifying properties are greater
than any other preparation of sarsaparilla. It
gives the complexion a clear and healthy coler,
and restores the patient to a state of health
and purity. For purifying the blood, removing
ail chronic constitutional diseases arising from
an impure state of the blood, and the only re
liable and effectual known remedy for the cure
of pains and swellings of the bones, ulcerations
of the throat and legs, blotches, pimples on the
face, erysipelas, and all scaly eruptions of the
kln, and beautifying the complexion.
HENBY T. HELMBOLD'S
Fluid Extract Buclm,
THE GREAT DIURETIC,
Has cured every case of Diabetes in whlch.it has
been given, irritation of the Neck of the Blad
der and Inflammation of the Kidneys, Ulceration
of the Kidneys and Bladder, Calculus,
Gravel, and for Enfeebled and Delicate
Constitutions of both sexes, attended with
the following symptoms: Indisposition to
exertion, loss of power, loss of me
mory, difficulty of breathing, weak nerves,
trembling, horror of disease, wakefulness, dim
xtess of vision, pain la the. back, hot hands,
flushing of the body, dryness of the skin, erup
tion of the face, pallid countenance, universal
lassitude of the muscular system, etc.
Used by persons from the ages of eighteen to
twenty-live, and from thirty-five to fifty-five, or
In the decline or change 01 me.
Helmbold's Extract Duchu
Is Diuretic and Blood Purifying, and cures all
arising from habits of dissipation, ex
cesses and imprudences in life, Impurities of the
SuDersedintr Copaiba in affections
for which it is used, and Syphilitic affections
In these diseases usea in connection wua
HELMBOLD'S ROSE WA8IL
In many affections peculiar to ladies, the
EXTRACT BUCUU Is unequalled by any other
remedy, and for all complaints incident to the
sex, whether arising from indiscretion or habits
of dissipation. It is prescribed extensively by
the most eminent physicians and midlives for
enfeebled and delicate constitutions of both
sexes and all ages. '
H. T. HELMBOLD'S
Cures Diseases arising from Imprudences.
Habits of Dissipation, etc.,
In all their stages, at little expense, little or no
change in diet, no inconvenience, and no expo
sure. HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
Cannot be surpased as a FACE WASH, and will
be found the only specific remedy in every spe
cies of cutaneous affection. It speedily eradi
cates Pimples, Spots, Scorbutic Dryness, Indu
rations f the Cutaneous Membrane, etc., dis
pels Redness and Incipient Inflammation,
Hives, Rash, Moth Patches, Dryness of Scalp er
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 clear
ness and vivacity of complexion so much sought
and admired. But however valuable as a remedy
for existing defects of the skin, H. T. Helm
bold's Rose Wash has long sustained its princi
pal claim to unbounded patronage, by possess
ing qualities which render It a TOILET AP
PENDAGE of the most superlative and. conge
nial character, combining in an elegant formula
those prominent requisites, SAFETY and EF
FICACY the invariable accompaniments of its
use as a Preservative and Refresher of the
GENERAL RECAPITULATION OF DIS
EASES AND CURES.
For Kidney Affections Use Helmbold's Et
For Bladder Affections Use nelmbold's Ex
For Gravel Use Helmbold's Extract Buchu.
For Dropsy Use Helmbold's Extract Buchu.
For Female Complaints Use Helmbold's
For Gleet Use Helmbold's Extract Buchu
and Inject with Improved Rose Wash.
For Strictures Use Helmbold's Extract
Buchu and the bougie. For dose, see bottle.
The Sarsaparilla would be useful, taken in
connection with Buchu, in all these affections,
although not in all cases necessary; but as In the
diseases for which Bnchu is used it is difficult to
decide. As a precautionary measure it would
be well to use Sarsaparilla.
For Impurities of the Blood, Scrofula, Erup
tions, Beautifying the Complexion, etc. Take
two teaspoon fuls of the Sarsaparilla night and
morning. For children half the'above quantity.
In all of the above diseases the patient must
bear in mind that the bowels should be kept
open by H. i. liKLMliULD B viTAWci
Rules for th Guidance of Patleuts.
Use no high-seasoned, fat or greasy food;
Acidulous and stimulating drinks, as well as the
use of tobacco, should be avoided. Costlveness
must be avoided in all of the above diseases.
Ute gentle exercise, and bathe the parts affected
with cold water, freely and frequently. Take the
medicines according to directions, and not only
a safe but permanent cure is guaranteed.no mat
ter bow violent may be the case, or of how long
The Dime Physician,
The Dime Pbysleian a work of SG pages
Price Ten Cents, or mailed free on receipt of
four postage stamps. It will be found a valuable
work, saving time and trouble to the patient.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
For Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, Asthma, Consump-
a! f ' T"- i . I ft. A T 1
nun, vrunp, uiseases 01 me inroaw, ima
chltis, Pains and Oppression of the
Chest or Lungs, Difficult
Breathing, and all Dis
eases of the Pulmo
Unlik most preparations recommended in
these affections, it contains uothlng nauseous,
or to derange the liver and digestive organs, but,
on the contrary, it is one of the most pleasant
preparations ever offered. It is In the form of a )
PURE WHITE SYRUP,
Prepared with the utmost care,, and of the best
materials known as efficacious in these affec
tions. Directions accompany.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
Compound Witch Ilazol
For Rheumatism, Tic Doloureux, Toothache,
Headache, Earache, Inflammation of Stomach,
Bowels or Kidneys, Sprains, Strains, Bruises,
Wounds, Cramps, Burns, Scalds, Mosquito
Bites, Stings of Poisonous Insects, Chilblains,
Deafness, Sunstroke, Soreness and Pains in
the Legs, Feet, Joints, etc., Lameness, Swell
ing of the Knees, Feet, Legs, etc.,
And in all cases where there is pain or dis
tress, if applied over the part or parts, will af
ford immediate ease. Directions accompany.
Henry T. Helmbold's
Sent to any address. Secure from observation.
ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF TWENTY
Bold by Druggists everywhere.
Address letters for information, in confidence,
HENRY T. HELMBOLD,
Druggist and Chemist.
Only Depots: H. T. HELMBOLD'S Drug and
Chemical Warehouse, No. 594 BROADWAY,
New York, or H. T. HELMBOLD'S Medical
Depot, No. 104 South TENTH Street, Philadel
BEWABE OF COUNTERFEITS. Ask for
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S! TAKE NO OTHER.
A CASE OF TWENTY YEARS' STANDING.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 85, 1S67.
H. T. Helmbold, Druggist:
Dear Sir: I have been a sufferer for over twenty
years with gravel, bladder and kidney affections.
during which time I have nsed various medicinal
preparations, and been under the treatment of the
most eminent physicians, experiencing but little re
Having seen your preparation extensively adver
tised, I consulted my family physician In regard to
using your extract Buchu.
I did this because I had used all kinds of adver
tised remedies, and had found them worthless, and
some quite Injurious ; In fact, I despaired of ever
getting well, and determined to use no remedies
hereafter unless I knew or the ingredients. It was
this that prompted me to use your remedy. As you
advertised that it was composed of buchu, cubebs,
and juniper berries, it occurred to me and my phy
sician as an excellent combination ; and, with his
advice, after an examination of the article, and con
sulting again with the druggist, I concluded to try
It. I commenced to use It about eight months ago,
at wnicn time i was connned to my room.
From the first bottle I was astonished and grati
ned at the beneficial effect, and after using It three
weeks was able to walk oat. I felt much lUe writing
to you a run statement of my case at the time, but
thought my Improvement might only be temporary,
and therefore concluded to defer, and see If it would
effect a perfeot cure, knowing that it would
be of greater value to you and more satisfactory to
Ism now able to report that a cure is effected
after using the remedy lor five months.
I have aoi used any now lor three months, and
feel as well In all respects as I ever did.
Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant taste
and odor, a nice tonic aad Invtgorator of the system,
I do not mean to be without it whenever occasion
may require Us use on such occasions.
Should any doubt Mr. McOornilck's statement, he
reieiB totne jouowuig ycuimiuen:
VM. BIGLER, Ex-Qov. of Pennsylvania.
THOS. B. FLOBENCE, Washington, D. C.
J. C. KNOX, Ex.Judge, Philadelphia.
J. S. BLACK, Ex-Judge, Philadelphia,
D. R. POUTER, Ex-Governor of Pennsyl
ELLIS LEWIS. Ex-Judge, Philadelphia.
R. C. GRIER, Philadelphia.
G. W. WOODWARD, Ex-Judge, Phttadel.
W. A. PORTER, Philadelphia.
JOHN B1ULER, Ex-Govemor of Cal.
E. BANKS, Washington, D. C,
And many others, U neeeesary:
FROM THK PRINCIPAL PITTPICIAN OF TUB
SANITARY INFIRMARY OF I'UE STATE OF
Parish La FouRcns, La., April 29. 13V0.
II. T. HELMBOLD, Esq.:
Dear Sir: 1 have In my practice used (In the ma
jority of cases where diseases of the urinary organs
existed) Uelrabolda Extract of Buchu, and can con
OfVntly ssy that I have never known It to be nsed
without the greatest beneficial results. I have con
sulted patients after partaking of It, and they Inva
riably confirm my statement. I am satisfied thit
the preparation la an established fact, convincingly
proved by the practical test or long experience.
JOHN B. C. OAZZO, M. D.
PERMANENT CURE OP DIABETE5 WITH FOUR
Haceensack, Bergen Co., N. J., April 26, 1470.
Dr. n. T. Helmbold:
Dear Sir :-I have been suffering for a long time from
Diabetes, and had been under treatment for the same
by (3) three of the most eminent physicians or this
place, viz., Dra. Hasbrook, Hall, and Smith, with
out any apparent beneficial result. Having heard
of your "Fluid Extract Buchu," I concluded to try
it, although I had but little faith in Its curative pro
perties. I am happy to stats that, after having
taken four bottles of your "Buchu," I am entirely
cured, and deem it but my duty to you and the com
munity at large to Inform you of the fact, and that
I have been permanently cured by your medicine,
after having been Informed by the (3) three phy
Biclans above named that my disease was Incurable.
l ours truly,
JOHN H. WYGANT.
I respectfully refer to any citizen of Hacken-
City and County of New York, as: John LL Wy
gant, being of the vlllnge of Hackensack, County of
Bergen, New Jersey, being duly sworn, deposes and
says that the foregoing is true to his knowledge.
(Signed) JOHN H. WYGANT.
Sworn to before me this 27th day of April, 1S70.
(Signed) JOHN G. KEARNEY,
Commissioner of Deed, New York City and County,
No. 29 Chambers street, New York.
CURE OF BLADDER AND KTDNSY AFFEC
TIONS OF LONG STANDING.
WKsrroKT, Conn., September 5,1369.
II. T. Helmbold, Esq :
Dear Sir: I commenced taking your Extract of
Buchu about two weeks since for an affection of the
bladder and kidneys. I have suffered by spells very
much for a few days past. But yesterday relief
came through the effect of your "Buchu." And
now I feel perfectly well, and entirely free
from the pain that I have suffered with. I attribute
my cure to your medlciae entirely, anl would re
commend all persons stmllarly affected to try It. I
have great faith In its curative powers.
Yours, truly, THOMAS J. BENNETT.
REV. WM. COGGSWELL, Westport, Conn.
J. L. G. GANNON, Druggist, Westport, Conn.
H. L. WHEBLER, Esq , Westport, Conn.
BRADLEY HULL, Esq., Westport, Conn.
DR. WAKEMAN, Reading, Conn.
R. W. ROBINSON, Wholesale Druggist, New
And many others, if necessary.
CURE O KIDNEY AND BLADDER AFFECTION
OF A PATIENT SEVENTY-EIGHT YEARS OV
THANKS TO MR. HELMBOLD.
Girard, Pa , March 31, 1369.
Editor Cosmopolite: 1 desire as an unsolicited tri
bute to the merlU of HELMBOLD'S BUCHU, and
for the benefit of those similarly afflicted as myself,
to say that after consulting many eminent physi
cians, and trying nearly all the best advertised
remedies, In the vain hope of finding reller from
aggravated kidney and bladder diseases from which
I have suffered excessively for many "years, good
fortune finally suggested to me HELMBOLD'S
BUCHU, which I commenced using with little faith
and no apparent beneficial result for about a month.
At the expiration of that time, however, I thought I
commenced to experience slight relief, which en
couraged me to persevere In its use, and now, at the
expiration of four months, although I am an inarm
old man, nearly seventy-eight years of age, and con'
sequevtly 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 valuable discovery, that I feel I
ought to publicly record the fact, as an acknowledg
ment to him, and a valuable suggestion to the
D. M. LAREN.
Mr. Lai en refers to the following gentlemen :
COL. DAN BICE. Girard. Pa.
CHAS. bTOW, Eeq., Girard, Pa., Editor Coimopo-
GEO. II. CUTLER, Girard. Pa., Attorney.
C. L. HINDS. Girard. Pa . Attorney.
C'APT. D. W. HUTCHINSON, Girard, Pa , At-
DAVID OLIN, Girard, Pa , Merchant.
DAVID E. DY, Girard, Pa , Merchant.
C. F. ROCKWELL, Girard. Pa., Merchant.
B. V. ELY, Olrard, Pa., Diugjist.
N w tore State Voli-nteer Institute.
Corner FUta avenue and Seveuiy-sixth at,
(A Home and School for the Sons or Deceased Sol
DR. H. T. HELMBOLD: Two bottles onlv nf tha
package of your valuable Bucau presented to the
Irstitute have been nsed by the chl.dren and with
perfect snocess. In the case of our little Lieutenant
A. J., his pride Is no longer mortified, und he Is free
irom uie uuijr uiuraiug anataemat or tne cnainber
maid who has charge of the haddmr. I fi that.
knowledge of the result of our nse of your Buchu
with the children nnder our charge may save many
a Bupenuieuueni ana Matron of Boarding Schools
and Asylums a great amount of annoyance : and
many a poor child, suffering more from weakness
than frcm habit, may be spared punishment that is
(not knowing it as a weakness instead of a bad hab'.t)
most unjustly inflicted upon them. Thanking you
on behalf of the children, and hoping others may be
alike bene fitted,
I am, respectfully yours,
General Superintendent and Director,
June 16, 1-kks.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS WOULD BE GIVEN
FOR A BOTTLE, IF NFCESSARY.
Rahway, N. J., Deo 2, 1369.
H. T. Helmbold, Esq. :
Dear Sir: I take great pleaiure la sending you a
certificate In addition to the many you have received
fiom suffering humanity. I can scarcely find lau
t uage sunluleutly strong to express my heartfelt
gratification at the wonderful cure your Buchu has
effected. For four years I have suffered beyond
description. All my friends (with myailf) came to
the conclusion that my case was Incurable Acct-
dent placed your advertisement in my hand, I com
menced taking your Bnchu.
I fo owed the directions, and. to my utter as
tonishment, before I had tsken leveu bottles of your
valuable medicine I would give one hundred dol
lars a bottle, if I could not get it at any ether price
am entirely cured. I ruost earnestly recommend it
to all thone suffering from disease, I have told
many persons to taRo your valuable medicine, and
they are doing o with great success. Any informa
tion my fellow-citizens may require will be freely
Riven by the subscriber, at his residence, No. T3
Milton avenue, Rahway, New Jersey.
H. M. FREEMAN,
Councilman Third ward, City of Rahway.
Rahwat, N. J., Dec. 8. 1869.
We, the undersigned, are well acquainted with
II. M. Freeman, of Rahway, and know that he has
been a long time suffering, In One worst possible
form, for the past four years, and that he has
been entirely cared by the nie of Helmbold's
J. W. SAVAGE, Bx-Mayor.
FRANK LA BAU, President of CouncIL
WILLIAM RICHARDS, Clerk of CouncIL
PETER A. RAN f A, Councilman.
W. J. BROWN, Councilman.
J. S. SMELL1CK, Councilman.
LEWIS HOFF, Councilman.
J. B. STRYKER, Merchant.
Citv Hall, Mayor's Office, Rahwat, N. J.,
December. 5, 1369.
This will certify that I am personally acquainted
with H. M. Freeman,' and am cognizant ol the
facts set forth in the above statement, and the scve
ral persons whose signatures are thereunto at
tached are all know n te me.
I am very respectfully yours,
JOHN F. WHITNEY", Mayor of Rahway, N. J
UNITED STATES HOSPITAL.
Salisbury, N. O., March 19, 1863.
H. T. Helmbold, Esq., Philadelphia, Pa.:
Dear Sir: 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 practitioner, but also to
the patient, and I shall endeavor to bring them into
universal use In this part of the country.
Please forward these medicines again as before,
C O. D., per express.
I am, very respectfully, yours,
M. F. A. HOFFMAN,
Surgeon in charge of Hospital.
CERTIFICATE OF A DISTINGUISHED MID
Philadelphia, August is, 1SC9.
H. T. Hi lm bold:
Sir: I have used your EXTRACT BUCHU with
many of my patients, and can speak of lc in the
highest terms in every case, and consider It a valu
able remedy, and one that should be In the hinds
of every midwife. Very truly, yours.
REBECCA STANTON, M. D.
CURE OF NERVOUS PROSTRATION AND DE
CLINE OF A YOUNG LADY.
H. T. Helmbold: I have been giving your EX
TRACT BUCHU to my daughter, who has been
unable to sleep, very nervous, loss of appetite,
general debility and rapid falling Into decline In
fact, Consumption was talked of. I was recom
mended to try your BUCHU vby 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 purchased one bottle some eight
weeks since, which lasted one week, and from which
she received great benefit, this Induced me to pur
chase one half-dozen bottlrs, as I had tried many
other remedies, and my family physician, to no
avail. It la now more than two weeks since she has
taken the last bottle, and I am happy t3 inform you
of Its complete succes?. Very truly, yours,
GEORGE M. MARSHALL.
Genxantown, Fa., February 12, 1309.
SPEEDY BELIEF FROM KIDNEY AFFECTION
OCCASIONED BY AOCIDEST.
Dr. H. T. Helmbold :
Dear Sir: On the 23d of August last I received
severe internal and external Injuries, occasioned by
an accident on a Philadelphia railroad can Oa my
arrival In New York I was attended by Dr. WILSON,
of East FlXty-Ilfth street, and another physician,
whose name 1 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 but three
doses of your EXTRACT BUCHU I felt greatly re
lieved. I used the balance of the bottle, and am
happj to state that since that time I have experi
enced no further difficulty.
Very truly yours, P. IL KEARNEY.
No. 643 Third Avenue.
Mr. Kearney respectfully refers to either of the
Hon. Robert B. Roosevelt, Esq., Editor of CitU
ten and Round Table.
B. F. Ccrtis, Esq , No. 102 Greenwhlch street.
Morbis Phillips, Esq., Edltoi of Bomt Journal
Hon. M. Connolly, Register of City.
Messrs. Pettinoill A Bates, No. 87 Park row.
Hudson A Mknet, No. 21 Park row.
Hon. Nelson J. Watbrbury, New York.
Hon. James B Coulter, New York.
And many others, If necessary.
CERTIFICATE OF JAMES D. LAnEY, OF THK
filial OF THEODORE MEGARGKE & CO.,
Philadelphia, December 9, 1864.
Dr. H. T. Helmbold:
Dear Sir:-In November! 18(3, my son, aged "one
year," was taken with sore eyes and scalp disease,
and after using various medicines by advice of
seven different physicians to no purpose, I was ad
visek by a friend to try your Extract of Sarsapa
rilla, stter using three bottles of which the child Is
8lmost entirely cured the disease of the head hav
ing all disappeared, and the speck on the eyes
diminishing dally. I shall continue to use your Ex
tract, and cheerfully recommend It to others as a
sale family medicine,
Yfurs truly, JAME D. LAHBY,
Of the firm of Theodore Megargee & Co., Nos. 8
and o Decatur street.
CURE OF TETTER.
Lock Haven, Pa . 0c. 19, 1857.
Mr. Helmbold: My wife has been afflicted with
the Tetter for eight years. She tried numerous
remedies without effecting a cure. She took your
Extract Sarsaparilla, and six bottles completed a
cure. M. TOWN8END.
FROM A PROFESSOR OF SURG PRY, SUR
GEON AND CLINICAL LECTURER TO THE
ALMSHOUSE INFIRMARY, ETC.
I have employed the medicines of Dr. Helmbold
In numerous Instances within the last three years,
and have always foand them extremely efficacious,
especially In diseases of the Urinary Organs. I have
no hesitation in pn n unclng them of inestimable
value, and worthy the confidence of the faculty.
June 26, 1367. WM. A. COLEMAN, M. D.
(Dr. BEYSER is a Physician of ovir Thirty
Years' experience, and graduate of the Jefferson
Medical College, and or the University ol tt edlolne
and Burgrry of Philadelphia.)
Mr. H T. Helmbold:
Dear Sir : In regard to the question asked me aa
to my opinion about Buchu, I would say 1 have seen
and used every form of Buchu the powdered leaves,
the Hippie decoction, tlnctnre, fluid extract aid
am not cognizant of any preparation of that plan
at all equal to yours. Thirty years' experience
ought, I think, to give me the right to Ju 1ge of Its
merits, and wtthnnt rjreiudlce or nar um I viva
yoiirs precedence over all others.
I have cured with It, and seen cured with It, mare
diseases of the bladder and kidneys than I have
have ever seen cured with any other Buchu, or any
other proprietary compound of whatever nme.
Respectfully yours, etc,
GEORGE B. KEY SER, V. D.,
No. 140 WOOD Street, Pittsburg, Pa.
August 11, Ibes.
GREAT CURE OF DIABETES OF A L&DY.
FIFTY DOLLAR A BOTTLE.
New York, Feb. 6, 1370.
Dear Dr. Helmbold:
Dear blr: For the past eight months I have been
suffering from diabetes. I have consulted several
of our leading physicians, but 1 have failed to re
ceive the slightest benefit from their costly medi
cines. Four months ago I saw your advertisement In the
Herald. I was persuaded by a friend who had been
benefitted by your world-renowned BUCB.U. I pur
chased a bottle, took the contents, and was so re
lieved that I continued the use of It The diabetes
has entirely disappeared after using it for three
months. I would give 150 a bottle If I could not set
It at any other price. I most earnestly recooime ad
it to all those suffering from this disease.
ANNA E. STOUGHTON.
No. 123 West Twenty-seventh street.
FROM A PRACTITIONER OF 20 YEARS' EXPE
RIENCE. Mr. IlEi.MnOLD:
Sir : Having m very bad case of Oloet to prescribe
for,. I concluded to use your Extract Buchu and Rose
Wash. I am pleased to Inform you that Its action
was entirely satisfactory and exceeded my expects
tlons. I have prescribed your Buchu In affections of
tie Bladder and Kidneys with the same gratifying
Truly, yours, EDWARD L. SHAW, M. D.
New York, April 12, 1865.
DISEASE OB TnE BLADDER AND GOUT OP
THE KIDNEYS CUBED.
H. T. Helmbold: I consider thy COMPOUND
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU one of the best medi
cines for Diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder. One
bottle relieved me of severe Gout of the Kidneys,
and I was entirely cured by the use of six.
Respectfully, thy friend, S. M. JOHNSON.
Burlington, N. J., May, 1853.
CURE OF A CASE OF STRICTURE OF ELEVEN
Wilmington, October 20, 1369.
Mr. Helmbold :
Sir: 1 have for eleven years been suffering from
a stricture of the urethra, and nnder treatment of
different physicians the whole time, who were con
tinually using varlons remedies (and all of them
very painful) without any permanent good ; they
would relieve me for a few days, and then I would
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Yours, very respectfully,
CHAS. II. MARTIN.
A YOUNG LADY CURED OF ST. VITUS' DANCE
AND SYPHILITIC AFFECTION. .
Danville, Pa., April u, 1863.
Dr. Helmbold : Seeing your advertisement in
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JAMES E. DOWLING.
CURE OF A SEVERE CASE.
Philadelphia, Oct. 87, 1865.
Dr. Helm bold:
Sir: Some twelve months slne I contracted the
syphilis, and, not knowing then Its nature, I paid
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and also I could feel them In my throat. I then ap
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A WONDERFUL CURE.
Frankfobd, Pa., Angust 28, 1356.
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