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.Mettings This Day.
Stonewall Fire Company, at 5 p. M.
Auction Sale s This Day.
Leitch tc Bruns will sell at 8 o'clock P. M., at
the store or w. G. Whiiden & Co , corner or Beau
fain and King streets, jewelry, silverware, Ac.
UNITED STATES COURT.-The District Court
wis occupied yesterday ia drawing the jurors for
the grand and petty juries of thc July term of
the court, and no other business was transacted.
GEESE GRABBING.-During thc tournament
some tilter tool; advantage or the absence or a
family living near the corner of Palmetto and
Locust streets, and stole seven geese and sis
goslings, the property of Charles Simmons.
Among trie lot were three grey ganders, and two
with white breasts.
DRAMATIC-On May 3lst, at the hall No. 51
Society street, for the benefit of the Carolina
Dramatic Club, will be presented Tom Taylor's
Kaadard drama, lu three acts, entitled "Still
Waters Run Deep,'' and the laughable farce en?
titled "An Unwarrantable Intrusion." The cast
will embrace the ablest talent In the city, and no
pains will be spared by the committee to mace
the performance a success.
INQUEST.-Coroner Tait held an Inquest
yesterday morning, at Slneath Station, on the
South Carolina Railroad, over the body of a color?
ed woman named Rosina Green, who died sod?
denly on the preceding day, without being si
tended by a physician. Tue evidence snowed
that she had been suffering for some time past
with congestion of the lungs, and the Jury return?
ed interdict of death from that cause.
A CRIMINAL ACQUITTED.-A few days ago we
noticed the arrest by the detectives of a sailor
w.^.o had recently arrived from Savannah, on sus?
picion of coming dishonestly by a valuable double
cased gold watch and Derringer pistol, both or
which he had offered to seil here for $25. The
prisoner had a hearlug on Wednesday before a
trial Justice, and being defended by counsel,
was acquitted. The watch was delivered to his
counsel. Since then Lieutenant Phlllppy has re?
ceived a letter from theiehlef of detectives In Sa
vannah, giving an exact description of the watch
stating that lt had been stolen. The detectives
are again on the lookout for the sailor.
BRIO ASHORE.-Tne British" brig Sir Robert
McLure, C?ptala Griffiths, with a cargi of 330
tons phosphate rock, for Plymouth, England,
while proceeding to sea yesterday through Swash
Charm-!, ia ;ow of the steam tua Relief, parted
r-awser and went ashore on the breakers, where
she now iles In a critical condition. The steamers
Emilie and Pilot Boy were dispatched to her as?
sistance. The tug Relier, while attempting to
get her off, lost her rudder, and was towed up to
the city. Since the above was written, the
steamer Emilie got thc brig from the breakers,
and brought her up to the city during the eve?
A CAT WITHOUT PREJUDICES.-We mention?
ed a few days ago the racr. of a dog In the Zoolo
zical gardens at Dresden tenderly nursing three
little tigers. This, "dog wfthout prejudices," as
thc enthusiastic na urallst called her, has a rival
In our city. At the Express office may be seen a
domestic cat tenderly nursing, among Its titter of
yorng, a young tiger cat of the most ferocious
asp:ct, which has the abbreviated narrative and
other marks of the wild species, and which ls
rapidly developing the ferocious qualities of its
progenitors in the forests. Though a week young?
er than its roster brethren, lt ls already much
larger, and has playruliy scratched out the eyes or
one of the kittens. Its talons have been clipped
to prevent the recurrence of a similar accident,
but lt is evident that the interloper will soon be
boss of the establishment. '
CLUBS AND STARS.-The Mayor's docket pre?
sented but a slim array of cases yesterday morn?
ing, and all four of these were, against, offenders
at the parade of the hand engines, who had t aken
more spirits aboard than the )Ccasion warranted.
Three were discharged, but the fqnrth was not so
lucky. "A pary bv the name of Johnson" got
drunk early lu the parade, and about l o'clock be?
came disorderly m Broad street. He.resisted an
attempt to arrest him, but was forcibly taken to
the Gu^dhouse. Here the "party" stood upon
his rights, but was sentencel to be locked up.
The officer who was executing .the sentence cama
rather near the enraged prisoner, and the latter ,
struck him such a blow on the nose as brought t he
Claret in haudsome sty e and necessitated the ap- '
plica lon < f a whole ream of court-plaster to the
skinned bridze. Resistance ra the lion's den was, ;
however, us-le s, and tho prisoner was duiy
brought nexc mor-ung before the Mayor, who
Une l him $5. He paid up.
Coir.iT5iON_ OP THK STARS.-Yesterday after- ,
coon a wh te aad colored policeman were talking
la Mr. Muller's store, at the corner or Broad and '
K?Bg streets, when the C. P. made-use or a phra-e 1
which the W. P. did nqt like. The latter thea in?
formed Mr. Mntiir that the C. E?, wall? lu his
store a few weeks back, had snatched a large Bo?
logna sausage and carried lt off under his coat.
Enraged at this betrayal by the ?harer of his
spoils, the C. P. bluntly asserted that W. P. lied.
W. P. returned -he compliment. C. P. responded,
emphasizing the lie with an oath. W. P. rejoined
with an epithet denoting C. P.'s canine extrac?
tion. C. P. m de a vicious hit with his fist abd
W. P. dodged. -The two then went for each other |
and closed. Mr. Muller tried to separate them. ,
but the two clung to eae? other like crabs. Fail
iag in this, ie pus'ied the "blue"ma.a" Int? Broad
street, and the battle grew hot as the two rolled
over In their struggle on the sidewalk. The
strange sight of the two uniforms lu a flttht at?
tracted a crowd a short tune, buttha combat?
ants seemed to have beea satisfied wl'tt the trial
of strength, and by mumal consent drew off. Re?
covering their hats they took their way to the
Guardhouse, each having escaped unscathed In
the terrible contest The Bologna change ls yet
unsolved, but shopkeepers w ii make a note of lt.
THE OLD POSTOPFICE ls gradually assuming
?. aew garb, and from its present appearance
the observer may rorm a pretty correct estimate
of the aspect or the building when the work or re?
paration shall have been finished. The cupola al?
ready shines resplendent In Its first coatlnu <>r
paint. The vane yet remains to be added, but by
Thursday next the whole roof and BB ornaments
will be completed. The work of repairing thc cu?
pola was more difficult than outsldeis suppose.
The supporting beams were partly decayed, and
?J|e cupola had sunk several Inches by Its own
weight, A strong foundation had to be built up
from the first floor "rah heavy beams, and seve?
ral screws beneath the cupola soon raia d the
whole structure about eight Inches. Laree brains
of seasoned timber were placed beside the old
supportR and s-curcd wah heavv Iron bolts.
The screws being then r:mov:d. the cu?
pola settled aboat three InShes on Its new
supports, and uow stands fully live Inches above
where lt was wh -n the repairs begau. The work
;n the Interioro! the building ls now chiefly de?
voted to clearing up the Immense maas of ruoblsh
which covers thc floor. All of the partitions and
floors have been knocked out, and the interior
for the m ist part. I? one vast hall from 'he floor
to the roo'. The exterior or the edifice has re?
ceived tts tlrsc coat, of cement, and, when finish?
ed, will be of a bluish gray. The noaldinva for
the cornices and other ornam-u's in relief win
be of a lighter color. The business men tn the
neighborhood, and all Interested, should now
seriously consider the projected Idea of havinj a
clock out up lu the circular orillee In the front
dormer wall. The work has arrived at thatstaire
wheu lt wld be most convenient for the agent to
prepare the small room necessary for the
machinery, and the estimates of the cost of the
clo k have already been furnished to several mer
ohants. Two hundred and fifty dollars wul put a
first-class clock In post.The matter ls well
worthy of consideration.
For other Local Matter see Fourth Page.
fi elm bo ii?.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD S
FLUID EXTRACT RHUBARB AND
FLUID EXTRACT CATAWB*
O It A PK JUICE.
FOR IiIVER COMPLAINTS, JAUNDICE,
BILIOUS 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 is
nothing more acceptable to the stomach. They
give tone, and cause neither nausea nor griping
pains. They are composed of the finest ingredi?
ents. Alter a few days' use ol them, such an
invigoration of the entire system takes place as
to appear miraculous to the weak and enervated.
H. T. EELMBOLD'S COMPLUND FLUID EX?
TRACT CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS are not sugar?
coated; sugar-coated Pills pass' through the
stomach without dissolving, consequently do not
produce the desired effect. The CATAWBA
GRAPE PILLS, being- pleasant la taste and odor,
do not necessitate their being sugar-coated, and
are prepared1 according to rules of Pharmacy and
Chemistty, and-are not Patent Medicines.
HENRY T. HELMBOLO'S
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COMPOUND
Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla
Win radically exterminate from the system Scro?
fula, Syphilis, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Sore Eyes, Sore
Legs, Sore Mouth, Sore Head, Bronchitis, Skin
Diseases, Salt Rheum, Cankers, Runnings, -from
the Ear, White Swellings, Tumors, Cancerous
Affections, Nodes, Rickets, Glandular Swellings,
Night Sweais. Rash, Tetter, Humors of all kinds,
Chronic Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, and all diseases
thrt have been established In the system for
Being prepared expressly for the above com?
plaints, Its Blood-purifying Properties are greater
than any other preparation of Sarsaparilla; lt
gives the complexion a clear and healthy color,
and restores the patient to a state of health and
purity. For puniylug the blood, removing all
chronic constitutional diseases arising from an
impure utate of the blood, and the only reliable
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 Skin,
and Beautifying the Complexion.
HENRY T. HELMBOLO'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHTJ,
THE GREAT DIURETIC,
lias oared- every case of Diabetes in which lt has |
seen give n, Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder,
and Inflammation of the Kidneys, Ulceration of
the Kid noys and Bladder, Retention of Urine,
Diseases of thc Prostate Glands, Stone lu the
Bladder, Calculus, Gravel, Brick-dust Deposit, (
ind Mucous or Milky Discharges, and for Eu fee- <
oled and Delicate Constitutions of both Sexes, at- '
tended with tue following Symptons: Dadisposl- 1
Hon, Exertion, Lusa of Power. Loss of Memory, ,
Difficult) of Breathing, Weak Nerves, Trembling, i
Horror ot Disease, Wakefulness. Dimness or '
Vision, Fain In the Back, Hot Hands, Flushing of 1
the Body, Dryness of- the Skin, Emption of the
Face, Pa lld Countenance, Universal Lassitude of
the Muscular System, Ac.
Used br persons from the oge3 of eighteen to
twenty Uve, and from thirty-live to fifty-five, or
in the dec.lne or change of lire; after confinement
ar labor oalus; bed-wetting lu children.
UELM30LD'S EXTRACT BUCHU ls Diuretic
and Blood Purify lug, and Cures all Diseases
arising from Habita of Dissipation, Excesses and
Imprudences In Life, Impurities of the Blood, Ac,
Superseding Copaiba IU Affect ions for which it ls
used, and Syphilitic Affections-la these Diseases
used In connection with UELMBOLD'S ROSE
In mn iv Affections peculiar to Ladles, the EX?
TRACT BUCHU is Unequalled by any other Reme?
dy-as ia Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity,
Painfulness,or Suppression of Customary Evacu?
ations, Ulcerated or Schlrrus state or the Uterus;
Leucorraoa or Whites, Sterility and for -ill Com?
plaints Incliient to thc Sex, whether arising rrom
Indiscretion or habits of Dlssinaratlon. It is pre?
scribed extensively by the most eminent Physi?
cians ard Midwives for Enfeebled and Delicate
Constituions of both sex-s and all Ages.
H. T. H LL H HOL 1>S
CURES DISEASES ARISING. FKOM IMPRUDEN?
CES, H Ai.-IT.s OF DISSIPATION. *C,
In all tneir stages, at little expense, lit le or no
change ia diet, no inconvenience, and no expo?
sure. It causes a trequent desire, and gives
strength to Urinate, thereby removing Obstruct
tlons. Preventing and Curing Strictures of the
Urethra, Allaying Pain and Inflammation, so
frequen ?. In this class of diseases, and expelling
al! Poisonous matter.
HENRY T. HELM GOLD'S
cannot be surpassed as a FACE WASH, and will
be found the only apecmc remedy m every spe
c?es of Cutaneous Affections. It speedily" eradl
cates Pimplea, spota Scorbutic Dryness, Indera
tiona of tuc Cutaneous Membrane, fcc, dipels
Redness and Incipient Inflammation, Hives,
Rash, Moth Patches, Dryness of Scalp or Skin,
Fro3t 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 ekln, H. T. HELMBOLD'S ROSE
WASH bas 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 of its use-as a Prest rvative and Refresher
of the Complexion. It Is an excellent Lotion for
diseases of a Syphilitic Nature, and as an injec?
tion for diseases of the Urinary Organs, arising
from babltn of dissipation, nsed In connection
with the EXTRACTS OF BUCilU, 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 Belmbold's Extract
For Bladder Affections-Use Heimbold's.Extract
For Gravel-Use Belmbold's Extract Bncliu.
For Dropsy-Use Helmbold's Kxtract Btichu.
For Diseases of the Testicles-Use Helmbold's
For Female C mplaluts-Use ?elmbold'? Ex?
For Gonorrhea, first stage-Use Helmbold's Ex?
tract Buchu and Inject with Helmbold's Improved
For Gonorrhea, f?cond and .ihird stages-Cse
Helmbold's Extract Buchu, bathe the parts with
Rose Wash, and arter thc inflammation subsides
Inject with the Rose Wash.
For Gleet-Use Helmbold's Extract Eucliu and
Inject with Improve I Rose Wash.
For Strictures-Use Helmbold's Extract Buchu
and the Boogie. For dose, see bottle.
, For Conorrhea and Gleet-Tate one teaspoon,
rul Extract Buchu three times a day, one hour
before meals. Inject, with small giass syringe,
Helmbold's Improved Rose Wash-night and.
For strictures or Palnrul Erections-Take Ex?
tract Eucliu as above. Procure a bougie-be
careful und have it smooth and of small size-to
this apply sweet oil, that it may pass through thc
urethra with less trouble. This mast bo passed
very gently, and by degrees, until lt has entered
tbe bladder, then let lt remain a short time. The
bougie should be BO pasted three or roar times a
day. This method ls dest?late of pain and dan?
ger, and will overcome tbe most obstinate Stric?
tures, whenever the medicine ls taken regularly,
and the patient has sense todo as directed.
For syphlllB, when Syphilis alone exists-Take
two teaspoonsrm Sarsaparilla, at. night on retir?
ing, and morning on arising, and apply the Rose
Wash to the Ulcers, with a email sponge or piece
or linen, two or three times a day. In Swellings
or the Groin, bathe the parts with cold water
thfn apply the Rose Wash.
For Gonorrhea and Syphilis-Owing to promis?
cuous intercourse, these frequently exist and are
contracted ut the same time. Take Sarsaparilla
as abose, and the Extract Buchu, three times a
day, two hours after meals. Inject the Rose Wash,
as directed, night and mom lug, aud apply lt a so
to the Dicers.
The Sarsaparilla would be useful, taken in con?
nect lon with Buchu, in all these affections, al?
though not in all cases necessary; but as in the
diseases Tor which Buchu is used it Is difficult to
decide-what the inoculation of bad humor may
be, or how far it may go-asa precautionary mea?
sure lt would be well to use Sarsaparilla a week;
In this event the dire tiona are the sam? as lu
Gonorrhea and Syphilis.
Fir IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD, Scrofula,
Emptions, Beautifying thc Comp exlon, etc.
Take two teaspoonsful or the Sarsaparilla, night
and morning. For CHILDREN, half* the above
In all of the above diseases, the patient must
bparln mind that the bowels should be kept open
by H.T. HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS.
Rules for the Guidance of
Cse tio high season?d, lat or greasy food. Acl
lulous and stimulating drinks, as well as the use
}f tobacco, should be avoided. Costiveness must
ie avoided In all or the above diseases. Use
gentle exercise, and bath the patts affected wu ii
:old water, freely and frequently. Take the
medicine aoeonliag to direction*, 'md not only a
jaie, but permapent cure ts guaranteed, uo mat?
ter how violen: may b.- the case, or or how long
HENRY T, HELMBOLD'S
Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, Asl lima, Consumption.
Croup. Diseaseor the . liront, B onclililsj Pains
and Oppression or the Chest or i.ungs,
Dllllcu t Breathing, and all Diseases or
the Pulmonary Organs.
Unlike most preparations recommended Inahcsc
aflcctl ns, lt contains not tung nauseous, or tu de?
range the livi r and digestive organs, bm, on the
contrary, it is one of lae most pleasant prepara?
tions ever oUcred. Ii ls in the lorin or a
Pt RE WHITE SYRUP,
prepared with the utmost care, and of the best
niateAals known as efficacious In these affectlens.
\ HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
WITCH HAZEL LINIMENT,
For. Rheumatism; Tie. Doloreux, Toothache,
Headache, Earache,)!ii?amraatloii ol thc stomach'
Bowelsor Kidneys,Sprains, strains, Cuts, Biulses.
Wounds. Cramps. Iluni?, Scalds, Mosquito Bncs,
Stings or Poisonous insects, Cliilo nins, Dearuesx,
Sunstroke, sorencjs and Pains In ihe Legs, Feet,
Joints, ftc, Lameness, .--welling or thc Knees. Feet,
Ai d in all cases where lhere U pain or dist; ess,
If applied over the part ?r paris, will afford im mo
d?ate ease. Dire ctions accompany.
THE DIME PHYSICIflN.
A Treatise on Disras.ts ot itu Urinary -organs of
both Sexes, giving Hie nature of the varions
aifeclons lu all stages of Disease, and
mode of treatment, from whatever
canse originating, and no mat?
ter of how long standing.
The above work sent to any address, under any
name or ml Inls, secure from observation, under
sealed en valones.
Tus DIME PUYSICIAN-a work ol 3D pages
PRICK TEN CENIS, or mailed Tree on receipt of
Four Postage Stamps, lt will be round a valuable
work, saving time and nuable to thc-patlcnt.
Henry T. Helmbold's Genuine
Delivered to any address Secure rrom obser?
ESTABLISHED UPWARD OF TWENTY YEARS.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Address letters
for Information in confidence, to HENRY T.
UELMBOLL) Druggist and Chemist.
Only Depots: H. T. HELMBOLD'S Drag and
Chemical Warehouse, No. 594 Broadway,'New
Tork. or to H. T. HELMBOLD'S Medical Depot,
Ko. 104 South Tenth street, Philadelphia. Pa.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Ask for HENRY
T. HELMBOLD'S ! TAKE NO OTHER.
PERMANENT CUBE OF GRAVEL OF TWELVE
YEARS' STANDING-STONE PASSED
AND TO BE SEEN.
BiTHNSiDR. Cost?'., December 15, ISfiO.
DR. HELMBOLD : DEAR SIR-It ts with much
pleasure that I w:Re you upon facts respecting
myself. I do nor know hardly how to express
myseir. I have been for the last ten or twelve
years the greatest sufferer man could be and live;
but more sometimes t>>an others. The complalut
was the "Kidneys"' and "Bladder." I have been
sometimes from twelve to rourteen 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
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 adver?
tisement In the "Berkshire Courier," headed
"Kidneys." I read lt through and thought I
would try lt. I purchased a bottle, but, mind
you, I had not mu -di raith in lt. Why should I,
when I had been trying so many things and cost
me so much ? Well, I began taking lt, and before
I had taken the first bottle, I felt bad; bat I fin?
ished lt and got another. By the time I took half
pf the second I still got worse (apparently.) When
I walked lt seemed aa If my right kidney was fall?
ing from Its place, and I felt really bad. I felt
so, before I had finished the second; that I made
up my mind that lt 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 bladder, and I should have to undergo an
operation. He gave me medicine and I went
home quite down hearten. On Sunday I was una?
ble to go to church. 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 not. About one hour after
this 1 tried again, with the same result; but the
next time 1 took the vessel lt was the Bame 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, aud struck
against the side of the vessel. I examined lt, and
Lt ls the ugliest stone or gravel you ever saw, cov?
ered over with little pieces which collected to?
gether. It looks the color of a mud turtle, and ls
as hard as flint. So you see the "Buchu" was
doing Its work, although I was feeling so badly.
I prccured another bottle, thinking there might
be somcmore behind; but since that has passed,
which is eight weeks airo last Sunday, I have
been as well as ever I was in my lire. I have the
stone securely wrapped, and those who have seen
lt in tills place are surprised. I cannot tell you
all; but this is a true story of mycose, and you
are welcome to make such use of my name as
you think prdper. I am pretty web known in
Berkshire; also in Connecticut. The advertise?
ment saved me. Why' not publish morer The
"Springfield Republican" ls a widespread paper.
If any one wishes to see this wonder, they can do
BO. I could write all day; but I think I have said
enough this time; so I remain your ever well
wisher, EDWARD L. HOWARD,
Paper Maker, Burnside, Hartford County, Conn.
DR. MACK, Burnside, Conn.
DR. WKIGHT, North Lee, Mass.
DR. UOLKUM, North Lee, Mass.
Du. ADAMS, Stockbridge, Mass. .
DR. SCOTT, North Manchester. Conn.
DR. JAQUES, Bucklaud Corners, Conn.
DR. BEARSFORD. Hartford, Conn.
09? ALL OF WHOM TREAT KD ME FOR THE
A CASE OF TWENTY YEARS' STANDING.
PHILADELPHIA, PA., June 25,1867.
H. T. H ELM BO LD, Druggist: DKAR SIR-I have
Deon a sufferer for over twenty years with gravel,
.dadder and kidney affections, during which time
I have used various me ?lelual preparations, and
[>cen under ibo- troa'meat of the most eminent
physician... experiencing but little relief.
Having --een your preparation extensively ad?
vertised. 1 consulted my tamily physician In re?
gard to using your Extract Buchu.
1 ?lld this because i had used all kinds or adver?
tised remeiUes, and had found therti worthless,
iud s -me quite Injurious; iu fact, I despaired or
sver getting well, and determined to use no reme?
lles herealter unless I knew of the ingredients,
lt was this that prompted me to use your remedy.
As you advertised that, it was composed of buchu,
:ubebs and juniper berries, lt occurred to mc and
my physician os nn excellent combination, and,
ivlth his advice, after an examination of the
miele, and consttlung again with the druggist.
I concluded to try it. I commenced to lise lt
tbont e gin months aga. at which time I was
jonflaed to my room.
From the first bottle, 1 was astonished and
-ratified nt the beneficial effect, and, arter using
lt three weeks, was able to walk out. 1 felt much
like wrlilag to you a full maternent of my ease
tt the lime, but thought my improvement might
Dnlv be temporary, and, th re-fore,concluded to
defer, and see if lt would effect a perfect cure,
knowing that it would bc ot ^reatar 7alue to you
ind more satisfactory lome.
I am now ai le to leportihata enreis effected
niter ustn* the remedy for live months.
I have not used any now for three mouths, and
kel as well in all re?oects as I ever did.
Your r.uchu being devoid of any unpleasant
taste and odor, a nice louie and In vibrator of
the system, I do not. mean to be wlchoutlt when?
ever occasion may require its use nu such ucea
mons. * M. Mc ORMICK.
Should any doubt Mr. McCormick's statement,
he refers to the following gentlemen:
Hon. WILLIAM BIGLER, Ex Governor of Penn?
'.Hon. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Washington. D.
Hon. J. C, KN'OX, > x-Judg.', Philadelphia.
Hon. J. S. BL AU -c, Ex-Judge, Ph iladel|ihia.
"Hon. D. R. PORTER, Ex-(Joveruor of Pennsyl
Hon. KLLIS LEWIS, Ex-Judge, Phdadelphia.
Hon. R. C. GRIER. Philadelphia.
Hon, O. W. Wi-OD WARD, Ex-Judge, Philadel?
Hon. W. A. PORTER, Philadelphia.
Hon. JOHN BIGLER, Ex-Governor of California.
Hon. E. BAN RS, Washington. D. C.
And many others, If necessary.
FROM THE PRINCIPAL PHYSICIAN OF THE
SA ITA RY INFIRMARY OF THE STATE OF
PAItlSH LA FOCBCBC. La., April 29, 1870.
H.T. HELMI'.OI.D, Esq.: DE IR SIR-1 have in
my practice used (In the majority of eases where
diseases of the urinary orgauscxi-der) Helmbold's
Extractor Buchu, and can cotiUneuUy say that I
have never known lt tobe used wliliout. the great?
est heil' debil results. I have consulted patterns
arter partaking or li, and they Invariably continu
my statement. I am satisfied that the prepara?
tion is an established fact, convincingly proved
by the practical c st of long experience.
Yours, re-spec rudy,
JOHN' B. C GAZZO, M. D.
PERMANENT CURE OF DIABETES WITH FOUR
HACKEKSAOK, BE' OBS Co.. N. J., April 26,1870.
DR. H. T. HELMHULD: DBAit Stu-I have
been suffering for a long time Hom Diabetes, and
had been under treatment for Hie same by (3)
three of the most eminent physicians or this
place, viz: Ora. U sbrouk, Hall and Smith, with?
out any apparent beneficial re- ult. Having heard
or your "Fluid Extract 3uchu," I ooncluded to
try ir, although I had but Uttie faith in its cura?
tive properties, lam happy to state ihat alter
having iaken four bottles of your 1 Buchu" I am
entirely cured, and deem it but my duly to you
and the community "at large to iniorm yon of tho
fact, and that I have bern permanently cured by
your medicine, after having been iniormed hy the
(3) three physicians above named that my disease
Yours JOHN H. WYO A NT.
I respectfully refer to any citizen or Hacked
CITY AND Conor OF Nsw YORK, SS.: John H.
Wygant, being of the Village of Haekensack,
County of Bergen, New Jersey, being dnly sworn,
deposes and says that the foregoing ls true to his
(Signed; JOHN H. WYGANT.
Sworn to before me this 27th day of April. 1370.
(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
WESTPORT, CONN., September 5, ?889.
H. T. HELHBOLD, Esq.: DEAR Sm-I commenc?
ed 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.'' A stone
passed from my bladder about the size of a large
pea, and now I feel perfectly well and entirely
free from the pain that I have suffered with "so
hard." I attribute my cure to your medicine en?
tirely, and would recommend all persons similar?
ly affected to try lt. I have great raith In its
curative powers. Your, truly,
TEIGS. J. BENNETT.
Rev. WM. COGGSWELL, Westport, Conn.
J. L. G. CANNON, Druggis;, 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 othere, II necessary.
CURE OF KIDNEY AND BLADDER AFFECTION
OF A PATIENT SEVENTY-EIGHT YEARS OF
AGE-THANKS TO MR. HELMBOLD.
G nunn, Pa., March 31,18G0.
EDITO ? COSMOPOLITE-I desire, as an unsolicited
tribu-c to the merits of HELMBOLD'S BUCHU.
and for the benefit or those similarly afflicted as
myself, to say that, arter consulting many emi?
nent physicians and trying nearly all the best
advertised remedies ic the vain hope of finding
relier rrom aggravated kidney and bladder dis-,
eases from which I have suffered excessively for
many years, good fortune finally snggcs'ed to
me UELMBOD'S BUCHU, which T commenced
nstng with ll! tie faith and no apparent beneficia1
result for about a mouth. At the expiration of
that time, however, I thought I commenced to
experience slight relief, which encouraged 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 or age, and conse?
quently medicines cannot be expected to favor?
ably affect me as they otherwise would. I have
found such unspeakable roller and permanent
benefit from Mr. HELMBOLD'S valuable discove?
ry, that I reel I ought to publicly record the fact,
as an acknowledgment to him and a valuable sug?
gestion to thc public.
Yours, respectfully, D. M. LAREN.
Mr. LAREN refers to the following gentlemen :
Col. DAN RICE. Girard, Pa.
CHAS. STOW, Esq., Girard, Pa., Editor Cosmop?
GEO. D. 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.
NEW YORK STATE VOLUNTEER INSTITUTE, J
COR. Furn AVENUE AND SEVENTY-SIXTH ST., >
CENTRAL PARK. )
[A nome and School for the Sons of Deceased
DR. H. T. IIELMBOLD-T.vo bottles on'y of the
package or your valuable.Buchu preseuted to the
Institute have been used by the children, and
with perfect succ?s*. Ia thc case of our little
Lieutenant A. .1., his pride ls no longer mortified,
and he ls free from the dally morning anathemas
of the chambermaid, who has charge of the bed
iilng. I feel Hurt a knowledge <<f the result of oar
use of ycur Buchu with the children under our
charge may save many a superintendent and
matron of boarding schools and asylums a great
ami,un; of annoyance; and many a poor child,
suffering inure from weakness than habit may be
spared punishment, ttiat ls (not knowing lt as a
weakness Instead ot a bid habit,) most unjustly
Inflicted upon them: Thanking you on behalf of
thc children, and hoping others may be alike
I am, respectfully yours,
General Superintendent and Director.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS WOULD B3 GIVEN FOR A
DOTTLE, IF NECESSAKY.
RAUWAY, N. J., December 2. 1S60.
II. T. HELMBOLD, Esq.: DEAR Sut-I take
grca*t pleasure lu sending you a certllleate lu ad?
dition to the many you have received fmrn suffer
1?K hiimaulty. I can scarcely lind language sum
clenily strone to express my heartfelt gratifica?
tion at the wonderful cure your Buchu has t fleet?
ed. For four years. I have sullered beyond de?
scription. All my friends (with myself) came to
the conclusion that my case was Incurable. Acci?
dent placed your advertisement lu my hand. I
commenced taking your Buchu.
I fellowed the direction", and, to my utter as?
tonishment, before I had taken seven bottles of
your valuable medicine-I would give one hun?
dred dollars a bottle, ir I could not get it at any
ot her price-am entirely cured. I most earnestly
recommend it to all those sutlerlng from disease.
I have told many ps sons to take your valuable
medicine, aud they are doing so with ?reat sue
oe-s. Any Information my feilow-cltlzims may
require will be freely given by the subscriber, at
his residence, No. 78 Milton Avenue, Rah way, New
Jersejr. . H. M.-FREEMAN.
Councilman Thir.l War.l, City ur Raliway.
RAUWAY', N. J., December 2.1S69.
We, thc undersigned, are well acquainted with
H. M; Freeman, ol Hallway, and know that he has
been a long time suffering, in the worst possible
rorm, for the past four years, aud that he has
been entirely, cured by the use of Helmbold's
j. w. SAVAGE, Ex-Mayor.
FRANK LA BAU, President or Council.
WILLAM RICHARDS, Clerk or council.
PhTERA SANTA. Councilman.
W. J. BROWN, Councilman.
J. S. SM ELL I civ. Councilman.
LEWIS HOFF, Councilman.
J. B. STRYKER, Mt reliant.
CITY HALL. MAYOR'S OFFICE, )
RAUWAY, N. J.. December 5 lsao. J
Thl-i wlli certify that I am personally acquaint?
ed with ll. M. Fruemau. and um cognizant ot the
f.iCMSet o:th in the above statement, and the
several persons wh se signatures are thereunto
attached are ah known io me.
I am, very respect nilly, yours,
JOHN P. WHITNEY,
Mayer of Hathway, N. J.
?- UNITED STATUS HOSPITAL. i?a
SALI ni'RY, N. C.. March 10, 1868.
II. T. HELMBOLD, Esq., Philadelphia, ra.:
DEAR SIR-I wish you wou-d send me one dozen
o; your Sarsaparilla Extract and hali a dozen or
you** Ro-e Wash.
Allow mc lu say that your preparations are
very satisfactory, nor only tu the practitioner, but
also to thc patient, and 1 shall endeavor to bring
them to universal use in lilis part of the country,
Please forward ' hese medicines again as before,
C. 0.1)., per express.
. I am, very respectfully, yours,
M. F. A. HOFFMAN,
. Surgeon In charge Hospital.
CERTIFICATE OF A DI-jTINGfJISHED MID
PUILADKLPHIA, AUgUSt 18, I860.
H. T. UELMBOLD: SIS-I have used your
EXTRACT BUCHU with many of my patients,
I _ ^clmbol?.
and can sneak of it in the nighest tenus in every
case, and consider lt a valuable remedy, aud-eue
that should be In the bands of every raid wi e.
Very truly, yours,
REBECCA STANTON:, M. D.
CURE OF NERVOUS PROSTi. -TION AND DE?
CLINE OF A YOUNO LADY.
O, T. HELMBOLD: I have been glvlog your EX?
TRACT BUCHU to my daughter, who has bern un?
able to sleep, very nervous, lossof appetite, gene?
ral debility and rapid falling into decline-lu fact,
Consumption was talked of. I waa recommended
to try your BUCHU by a highly respectablulady
of this place, who had given it to her son with
complete success. My daughter had been trou?
bled for a long time. I purchased one bottle some
eight weeks ago, which lasted one week, and from'
which she- received great benedt; this Induced me
to purcbase'one hair-dozen bottles, as I hod tried
many other remedies, and, ray family physician,
to no avail. lt is now more than two weeks since
she has taken the last bottle, and I am happy to
Inform you of Its complete success.
Very truly, yours,
QEOROE M. MARSHALL.
Germantown, Pa., February. 12,1869.
SPEEDY RELIEF FROM KIDNEY AFFECTION
OCCASIONED BY ACCIDENT.
Nsw YORK, February 1, 1370.
DB. H. T. HELMBOLD: DEAR SIB-On the 23d
of August last I received severe Internal and ex?
ternal injuries,, occasioned byan accident on a
Philadelphia railroad car. On my arrival lu New
York I was attended by Dr. WILSON, of East
Fifty-fifth street, and another physician, whose
name I do not now remember.4 After my woands
Were dressed, I suffered for three (3) days it? tense
agony from Internal Injuries which affecti,*! my.
kidneys. I can say that, after taking but three
doses of your EXTRACT BUCHU, I reit greatly
relieved. I used the balance or the bottle, and
am happy to state that since that time I have 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. ROBB RT B. ROOSEVELT, Esq., Editor Of
Citizen and Round Table.
B. F. CURTIS, Esq., No. 102 Greenwich street.
MORRIS PHILLIPS, Esq., Editor bf Home
Hon. M. CONNOLLY, Registrar of City.
Messrs. PETTENGILL A BATES, No. 37 Park
HUDSON A MENET, No. 21 Park row.
Hon. NELSON J. WATERBURY, New Yorli.
Hon. JAME- E. COULTER, New York.
And many others If necessary .
CERTIFICATE OF JAS. D. LAHEY, Ol ?THE
FIRM OF THEODORE MEGARGEE A CO., PA?
PHILADELPHIA, December 9, 1864.
. DR. H. T. HELMBOLD: DEAR SIR-In Novem?
ber, 1863, 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 advised by a
friend to try your Extract of Sarsaparilla, after
using three bottles of which, the child ls Almost
entirely cured-the disease of. the head having all
disappeared, and the specks on the eyes diminish?
ing dally. I . shall continue to use your Extract,
and cheerfully recommend lt to others at a safe
Yours truly, JAMES D. LAHEY,
Of the Firm of Theodare Megargee & Co..
Nos. 3 and 5 Decatur street.
B3~ CDRE OF TETTER.
LOCK HAVKX, TA., October 12,1857.
MK, HELHBOLD-My wife has been afflicted with
the Tetter for eight years. She tried numerous
remedies without effecting a cure. She took your
Extract Sarsaparilla aud six bottles completed a
cure. M. TOWNS3ND.
FROM A PROFESSOR OF SURGERY, SURGEON
AND CLINICAL LECTURER TO THE ALMS?
HOUSE INFIRMARY, ?fcc.
I have employed the medicines of Dr. Helmbold
in numerous instances within the last three years,
and have always found them extremely effica?
cious, especially In diseases er the Urinary Or
gons, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Ac. I have no hesita?
tion in pronouncing them of inestimable value,
and worthy the confidence or the faculty.
June 26,1S67. WM. A. COLEMAN. M. D.
ID?. KEYSER l? A PHYSICIAN OF OVER THIR?
TY YEARS' EXPERIENCE, AND GRADUATE
OF THE JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE,
AND OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ME?ICIN? AND
SURGERY OF PHILADELPHIA J
MK. II. T. HBLUBOfiD: DEAR SIR-In regard to
the que-uon a-ked mc as to my oplnto i about
Buchu, I would say I have seen and used every
form nf Buchu-the powdered leaves, the simple
decoction, tincture, fluid extract--and I am not
cognizant of any prepara'ma of thur, plant at all
eqi'al to yours. Thirty years' exp- rlence ought.
I think, tu give me the right to judge of luraerlts,
ami without pr?judice or partiality I givo yours
precedence over all others.
I have cured, with lt, anil seen cured with lt,
more diseases or the bladder and kidney i tl ian I
have ever seen cured with any other Bu ihu, or
any other proprietary compound of wiatever
name. Respectfully yours, Ac,
GEO. B. KEYSER, M. D.,
No. 140 Wood street, Pittsburg, Pa.
August ll, 1865.
GREAT CURE OF DIABETES OF A LADY--FIFTY
. DOLLARS A BOTTLE.
NEW YORK, February 6.1370.
DEAR DR. HELMBOLD: DEAR SIB-For the
pastelxht months I have been suffering from
diabetes. I have consulted several of our leading
physicians, but have railed to r eel-ire the
slightest beneflt from their costly medicines.
Four mon hs ago I saw your advertisement In
trie "Herald." I was persuaded by a friend who
had been benefited by your world-renowned
BUCHU. I purchased a bo. He, took the contents,
;md was -o relieved that I continue the une of it.
T e diabetes has entirely disappeared, after using
it for Hire.* months, f would give $00 a nottle, II
leonid not get lt at any oher price. 'I most
earnestly recommend it to'all those suffering
from this disease.
ANNA E. STOUGKTON.
123 West Tweuty-seventh street.
FROM A PRACTITIONER OF TWENTY YEARS'
MR. II ELMBOLD : sus-Having a very bad
case of Gteet to prescribe for, I concluded to use
your Extract Buchu and liose vVa-h. lam pleased
to Inform iou that Its action was entirely sa lsfac
tory and exceeded my expectations. 1 hi-ve pre?
scribed your Buchu in nifectlons of the 31adder
anti Ktdnets with the same gratifying lesult.
Truly yours. EDWARD L SHAW, M. D.
New York, April 12, 1865.
CURE OF A CASE OF DROPSY OF TL E TESTICLE.
H.T. HELM BOLD-Eglitceu months since my
testicles suddenly commenced swt-litug. causing
me. some little un asiuess, but, attributing it to
cold, I paid no attention toit, until it increased
so much that I became a'armed. as with the In?
crease In size I commenced experiencing great
pain, and applied tn u physician, who recom?
mended me to make a dec ct ion of Bu chu leaves.
I did so, but found f did not obtain much oeneflt.
I then dc ermined to usc your Extract Buehu.asa
friend recommend, d it very highly, aud I am
pleased to state that. I derived benefit from it,
and continuing va use, I iras restored to health,
and I believe it has invigorated my whole system.
Very truly yours, CHAS. DEAN.
Norristown, April 24,1868. .
SEVERE CASE OF SWr.LLED TESTICLES PER?
TRENTON. N. J., November 15, 1865.
DR. IL T. HELdBOLD: DEAR SIR- Having
some two years since met with a serious injury to
my testicles while mounting a very restive horse,
I suffered the most intense agony, ami was com?
pelled to wear a suspensory bandage, which
caused great uneasiness. I tried several reme?
dies recommended by my family physician, but
" * **"'" ? i ?? II c - '^
could obtain but partial relief. I sar your adver?
tisement in the paper and concladed to try your
Extract Buchu. I derived benefit from the first
bottle, but continued to wear ?he bandage, and
Its effects were such that I purchased mora, and
the testicles, from being swelled nearly as large
asa hen's egg, soon assumed their natural size,
and by using thirteen bottles I am completely
cured and can dispense with the bandage.
I am, slr, sincerely yours,
CURE OF CASE OF GRAVEL OF NINE TEARS'
PHILADELPHIA, GIRARD Horan, AprU 19,186?.
DB. HELMBOLD: 'DEAR SIR-Having Buffered
with gravel for upwards of niue years, and not
obtaining any reUef from the various" physicians
In my section, I visited Philadelphia for the pur?
pose of having an operation performed, some tea
or eleven weeks since; bat, on my arrival, I saw
your advertisement in the "Ledger," and I deter?
mined to try lt first, having a great aversion to
the operation. . I purchased three bottles, al?
though at the time ? had little faith in medicine
In my case, but hoping lt might relieve my suffer?
ing. I soon fonnd my pain decrease, and felt
much more comfortable. I then purchased one
dozen bottles. I continuel to use lt, and at the
expiration of four weeks I noticed a deposit In
my chamber, and npon inspection I found this to
be gritty, and then determined to examine more
closely, and, to my surprise, I found this to be
small particles larger than a pin's head. I con?
tinued to use the medicine, and have collected a
few of the same, which I enclose; I continued to
pass them until within three weeks. My water
previous to using lt wat* feverish, and sediment
would form from it; since that period lt ls much
lighter, the pain has ceased, and I am eiabled to
in form you that lt ls now of a natural color, and
I have no "pain" or 'inflammation" In any part
of my body, and can wailr; ride or rest without
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 lt has effected a cure when all other
remedies and medical skill had failed.
. Fee ing grateful that I was so fortunate to and
and you to prepare such an excellent medicine,
believe me. in rh* most comprehensive sense ef the
word, Your friend,
J. S. SANDERSON.
DISEASE OF THE BLADDER AND GOUT OF
THE KIDNEYS CUBED.
H. T. HELMBOLD-I consider ?hy COMPOUND
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU one of the best modi*
does for Diseases of the Kldnejs and Bladder. .
One bottle relieved me or severe (lout or the Kid?
neys, and I was entirely cured by the use of six.
Respectfully, thy friend,
. S. M. JOHNSON.
Burlington, N. J., May, 1653.
A STUBBORN CASE OF GONORRHEA CURED.
ALLENTOWN, Pa., AugUSt 3, 1865. .
DR. HELMBOLD: 8ra-I am very glad to in?
form you that I .have, by the use of your Extract
Buchu and Rose Wash, been curad or Gonorrhea,
which I had for about six or seven months, suf?
fering ali the time, although I was under, the care
of different physicians to no benefit. The symp?
toms ofrny case, as near as J can explain them,
were as follows: Pain and heat in passing water,
with a copious discharge or matter; severe pain
in the groin; the testicles swollen, and very pain?
ful to the touch; costiveness, with a constant de?
sire to urinate, and painful-erections at night. I
am now effectually cured. I Intend taking three
or four bottles of Extract Sarsaparilla, as I know
ix win be of great benefit to me.
I send this that yon may publish lt.
I am, sir, your obedient servant,
C. M. SWANSON.
CURE OF A CASE OF STRICTURE OF ELEVEN
WILMINGTON', October 20,1865.
MR. HELMBOLD: SIB-I have for eleven years
been suffering' from a stricture of the urethra,
and under treatment of different physicians the
whole time, who were co uti nu al ly using varions
remedies (and all of them very painful; without
any permanent good. They wonld relieve me for
a few days, and then I would be as bad as ever.
Seeing your advertise mein, I thought 1 might ob?
tain relief from your EXTRACT BUCHU. I pur?
chased some, and Its - good effects were such that
I determined to persevere, and, by following yonr
advice, I am now entirely well, and consider that,
had lt not been for your valuable medicine, I
should have been compelled to suffer all my life.
Accept, my thank-, and I shall recommend
your medicine wherever I think it ls required.
Yours, very respecrfuUy,
CHAS. H. MARTIN.
A YOUNG LADY CURED OF ST. VIT?.V DANCE
AND SYPHILITIC AFFECTION.
DANVILLE, PA., April 12, 1866.
DR. HELMBOLD-Seeing your advertisement in
the Danville papers, I concluded to try your medi?
cine for my daughter, who ls Just verging, into
womanhood, uno* who had been troubled with St.
Vitus' dance, besides a syphilitic affection, and a
nervous twitching if her body ror upward of
three years,.greatly to our distress. I gave lt to
her rcgulai ly fur three weeks; she Improved under
?ts use, and I concluded to give it a thorough
trial. This was about ten months ago. She bad
not consumed the whole amount before a cure
was affected; but she contloued ;o use lt up to
.six month since, at which time she has entirely
recovered from these distressing affections. Feel?
ing grateful for tne benefit derived, 1 have been
prompted to send this certificate.
Very respectfully, yours, ?
JAME? E. DOWLING.
CURE OF A SEVERE CASE OF SYPHILIS.
PHILADELPHIA, October '27, 1865.
DR. HELMEOLD : Sta-Some twelve months
since I contracted thc syphilis, and, not Knowing
then tts nature, I paid but little attention to lt,
until I was alarmed by large sores appearing on
my face. Inside my mouth, and also I could feel
-.hem In my throat. I then applied to a physician,
who recommended mercury. I followed alt ad?
vice, and was under his treatment four months,
and did not receive any benefit;on the contrary,
I became worse, as my system was debilitated
from the effects o. the mercury, and the disease
was no: eradicated, as lt would break out in dif?
ferent parts or ray body. I was recommended to
apply to you. I old so, and am pleased to inform
you that I am once more well, and reel confident
that I should not have been so ba t I had not used
your Extiact Sarsaparilla and Rose Wash.
. Truly yours, W. M. YOUNG.
A BAD CASE OF SYPHILIS EFFECTUALLY
FRANKFORT, PA., August 25. 1856.
DR. HELMBOLD: Sra-Some th:ee or nearly
four years since I was unfor; unate en-m^h to be?
come affected with the'syphilis, and as lt did not
occasion much Inconvenience, I paid no attention
to kt until lt made such rapid progtess that my
whole system was affected hy lc. and 1 had sores
all over my body, of various sizes; my hair com?
menced coming out, anti also my eyebro ws; la
fact, I was completely poisoned with lt. I then
applied :o a physician, who stated mat the only
aire was mercury. Th's I took In 1 irge quanti?
ties, and at first concluded lt w is curing me, bat
I soon found out that lt was only partial, as it
would break out again as bad as ever. 1 used dif?
ferent hair washes and restoratives, to no avail,
as my hair would be continually coming out, and
I was very weak from the effects of the mercury.
I had pains In my bones and In different parts of
my body, and concluded there was no hope or re?
lier ror me.
My race was to roll of these seres that I could
not go Into company, and I felt that every one
must know the cause. I wished for death to rid
me of this torment. I was in this condition when
I saw your advertisement, and concluded to place
myself at once lu your charge, and I am now en?
tirely cured; my lace Is Healed, ami has a healthy
appearance. I have not had a sore on me for
three months, and I feel as weU a- ever. My hair
has irrown out agata. I feel that my life has been
saved by your valuable Ext. Sarsaparilla, Rose
Wash and Catawba Grape Juice Pi ls.
I ara, slr, your obedient servant,