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CJTATEN ISLAND FERRY—Steamer*
O FLORA and POMONA will run as fol- ir«.
lows —on and after SATURDAY, Novem-
fcer 1,1862, leaving ■MiflMiifniß
Elm Park-A. M.-6;30, 10:45.
*• P. M.-1:W.
P. Richmond—A. M.-6:40,8:00, 9:15, 10:55.
“ P. M.—1:10,4:00.
Factoryville—A. M.—6:50,8:10, 9<25,10:05.
“ P. M —1:20,4:10.
S. Harbor—A. M.-6:55, 8:15, 9:30,11:10.
“ P.M.—1:25, 4:15.
New Brighton—A. M.—7:00, 8:20, 9:35,11:15.
“ P. M.—1:30,4:20.
New York—A. M.—8:00,9:30,11:00.
“ P.M.—1:30,4:00,5:30.
SUNDAY:
Elm Park—A. M.—7:45, 11:45. P. M.—3:45.
P. Richmond-A. M.-8:00. M.-12:00. P. M.-4:OG.
FactoryviHo—A. M.-8:I0. P. M.-12:10, 4:10.
New Brighton—A. M.-8:20. P. M.-12:20. 4:20.
New York.—A. M.—9:30,. P. M.— 1:15, 5:00.
New York Pier, No. 18, foot of Courtlandt street
FARE SIX CENTS.
VEW JERSEY STEAMBOAT COM
PANY, PEOPLE’S LINE —STEAM- ——
BOATS LEAVE FOR ALBANY DAILY, at
6 o’clock, P. M., ( Sundays exce’jnedj fromWoSsiifiHHfai
wharf foot of Courtland street, and m connection -with the
New York Central Railroad for BUFFALO, SUSPENSION
BRIDGE, and all the Western and Northern cities. 'The
steamers ISAAC NEWTON, Captain W.H. Peck, and NEW
WORLD, .Captain A. P. St. John, composing this line, are
in all respects fitted and equipped with an especial view
to safety and comfort. THROUGH TICKETS can be had
at the office on the wharf, and baggage checked to all sta
tions on the New York Central Railroad. «”<* pria«w
cities West. FREIGHT received as usual, and forwarded
with dispatch, and at seduced rates. For particulars,
apply at the office of the Company, on the wnaji, loot ot
Courtland street. ~ ~~ . .
T>EGULAR MAIL LINE for BOSTON,
.TV VTA GROTQN. STONINGTON, NEW
LONDON, PROVIDENCE-, NEWPORT,
TAUNTON and NEW BEDFORD.
Inland route—the shortest and most direct—tarrying
the Eastern mail.
The steamers PLYMOUTH ROCK, Captain J. C. Geer,
and COMMONWEALTH, Captain J. W. Williams, in con
nection with the Stonington and Providence, and Boston
and Providence Railroads, leaving New York daily (Sun*
days excepted) from Pier No. 18 N. R., at 4 P. M., ami Gro
ton.at 8:30 P. M. ; or on the arrival of the mall train,"which
leaves Boston at 5:30 P. M.
The PLYMOUTH ROCK, from New York—Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. From Groton—Tuesday. Thurs
day and Saturday.
The COMMONWEALTH, from New York—Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday. From Groton—Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday.
Passengers proceed from Groton, per railroad to Provi
dence and Boston in the Express Mail train, reaching said
places in advance of those by other routes, and in ample
time for all the early Morning Lines connecting North and
East. Passengers who prefer it remain on board the
steamer, enjoy a night’s rest undisturbed, breakfast, if de
sired, and leave Groton in the 7:15 A. M. train, connecting
at Providence with the 10:40 A. M. train for Boston.
A Baggage Master accompanies the steamer and Train
through each way.
For passage, berths, state-rooms, or freight, apply on
board the steamer, or at the Fright office, Pier No. 18
North River, or at the Office of the Company, No. 115 West
street, corner of Courtlandt street, N. Y.
W. M. EDWARDS, Agent
New York, Feb. 28,1861.
R I E RAI L W A Y._
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE,
VIA PAVONIA FERRY,
From FOOT OF CHAMBERS ST., as follows, viz :
7:00 A. M., EXPRESS, for Buffalo, and principal inter*
mediate Stations.
9:00 A. M., MILK, daily, for Port Jervis, and interme
diate Stations.
12.15 P. M., ACCOMMODATION, daily, for Port Jervis,
find principal Stations.
3:30 P. M., WAY, for Middletown, Newburgh, Warwick,
and intermediate. Stations.
6:00 P. M., NIGHT EXPRESS, daily, for Dunkirk, Buf
falo, Canandaigua, and principal Stations. The Train of
Saturday, runs through to Buffalo, but does not run to
Dunkirk.
7:00 r. m., emtcjdakt. for Dunkirk, and prlncim* l
st&tlons.
CHAS. MINOT, Gon’l Sup’t
giwrw
T IFE INSURA NC E.
ACCUMULATED FUND, $3,812,558 50.
LOSSES PA1D52,421,903 55
DIVIDENDS PA1D51,484,860 12
PERFECT SECURITY
And
STRICT ECONOMY
AHE DISTINGUISHING FEATURES
OF
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY.
Among the many advantages offered to the public are :
The Security of a Large Accumulation; Annual Declara
tion of Dividends; Payment of Dividends in Reduction ot
Premiums. One-halt of the Premium on Life Policies, if
over SSO, may be paid by note, bearing six per cent, inter
est- Receipt of Premiums Semi-Annually and Quarterly.
Prospectuses, Statements and Applicationswill be fur
nished, without charge, at the.office. All information de
sired will be given by the undersigned agents in New
York.
A dividend of 45 per cent, was declared Jan. 1,1861*
ROBERT L. PATTERSON, President
LEWIS C. GROVER, Vice-President
Bknj. C. Miller, Secretary.
JOS. L. & J. P. LORD, Agent,
No. 11 Wall street. New York.
New York. January 1,1861.
M a r~ k e t ’
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OFFICE NO. 37 WALL STREET,
Capital $200,000, and a Large Surplus.
INSURES ON
MERCHANDISE.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
BUILDINGS,
BETTER CLASS OF RISKS GENERALLY,
ON THE MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.
DIRECTORS:
ASHER TAYLOR, President.
BENJAMIN H. HOWELL, ENOCH KETCHAM,
PHILETUS H. HOLT, WILLIAM A. CUMMINGS,
JOSEPH P. WICKHAM, HENRY LYLES, Jr,.
SILAS DAVIS, BREWSTER VALENTINE,
OLIVER H. SHEPARD, GEORGE B. WHITEFIELD,
ALFRED L. ROWE. ALBERT HAVEMBTBB,
WILLIAM P. MILLER, DAVID M. TURNURE,
STEPHEN W. GAINES EDWARD BILL,
ELISHA L. WALTON, NATHANIEL W. CHATER,
NELSON SHERWOOD, WILLIAM H. GOODWIN,
HENRY G. REEVE, DWIGHT TOWNSEND,
DANIEL T. WILLETS, SAMUEL A. SAWYER,
ALBERT L. DECAMP, GEORGE LUFF,
JOHN M. BRUCE, Jr., FERDINAND A.CROCKER,
STEPHEN LININGTON.
**» The Company is now doing business oft the
“PARTICIPATION PLAN,”
By which SEVENTY-FIVEPER CENT, of the net Profits
isdivided annually (in Script bearbig interest) to the par
ties insured, and the Fund represented by the Scrip is se
curely invested and held by the Company as a GUARAN
TEE FOR ITS POLICIES, thereby greatly INCREASING
the security and DIMINISHING THE EXPENSE of In
surance, without any liability whatever on the part of the
assured.
FIRST DIVISION OF PROFITS, JULY, 1830.
THIRTY-THREE AND A THIRD PER CENT, in Scrip,
cn the Premiums on Policies written with the Participa
tion Provision, and marked off during the year ended
June 30.
HENRY P. FREEMAN. Secretary.
STUVEYSANT FIRE INSUANCEB
COMPANY.
OFFICE, No. 151 BOWERY, South-east corner Broome st.
BRANCH OFFICE, No. 11 WALL ST.,
CAPITALS2OO,OOO.
This Company insure against Loss or Damage by FIRE,
Dwelling-houses ami Furniture, Warehouses, Stores and
Merchandize, Factories, Ships in Port, &c., on the most
favorable terms.
All losses will be immediately adjusted and promptly
paid.
DIRECTORS.
Frederick R. Lee, Samuel Willets, Bartlett Smith. Adam
W. Spies, Cornelius L. Everitt, John A. Deveau, Hnevy J.
Bowen, Denton Pearsall, Charles J. Dodge, Alonzo A. Al
vord, John B. Paxton, George L. Osborne, Samuel Weeks,
Henry Shields, Andre Froment, Joseph H. Godwin, Alfred
Moore, Benjamin W. Floyd, A. Stewart Black, D. Henne
eey, Simeon Abrahams, M. D., Cornelius B. Timson, John
Mollard, John F. Bailey, Charles G. Cornell.
FREDERICK R. LEE, President
SAMUEL WILLETS, Vicc Pres.
Benjamin J. Pentz, Secretary.
ft t r tm h
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
5 BEEKMAN ST., (The Park Bank.)
(fffPTT A T 40/w<;OPc.
Tnanrea all_kinds qjLnroperty against LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FIRE, on reasonable terms.
RUDOLPH fc GARRIGUE, MAURICE HIGHER,
Secretary. President
ARTIC I PA T I ON.—
uETNA FIRE INSURANCE,
of New Yqrk.
CHARTEREDIB24 CAPITALS2OO,OOO.
Dealers receive seventy-five percent, of net profits,
without incurring any liability whatever.
When preferred, a discount from the Premium will be
made in lieu of participation in profit
, o JACOB BROUWER, President
Livingston Satterlee, Secretary.
AMES JONES, ——————
WHOLESALE NEWS-DEALERS,
No. 29 ANN ST.,
Supplies the Trade with
THE DISPATCH,
and all the Sunday Papers.
Pack and forward all the Daily and Weekly Newspapers
Books, Magazines, Ac., to all parts of the country, with
great promptness. Get my Prick List.
AMILTON, JOHNSON & FARELLY,
Agents fou
THE DISPATCH,
and WHOLESALE DEALERS
IN
NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, BOOKS,
and
CHEAP PUBLICATIONS,
No. 22 ANN ST.,
New York.
A M U E L YATES
No. 109 NASSAU STREET, ’
Agent for
THE DISPATCH,
And the DAILY, WEEKLY, and SUNDAY TAPERS.
DEALERS OUT OF THE CITY
ScrrniEn with Paoxerssss;
TERMS CASH.
SINCLAIR TOUSEY, No. 121 NASSAU
STREET,
dispatch agency.
General Agent for
PUBLISHERS, NEWS-DEALERS and BOOKSELLERS,
cT- I .?yWi llin £ r< ' < l ulr, ‘‘ i *»X th ® Trade
SUPPLIED AT THE LOWEST RATES,
AT THE EARLIEST MOMENT.
Established 1840.— h. dexter &
Co., (Successors to Dexter & 8r0.,) Agents lor
THE DISPATCH.
No. 113 NASSAU STREET NY
PACKERS, FORWARDERS and AGENTS
for all the
POPULAR NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, BOOKS Ac
of the day. Stationary Supplied. ’
Price List# sent Free by post, on application.
Bead and r e mem beri~
JOHN F. FEEKS k Co., No. U ANN &T.,
Aoekts ron
THE DISPATCH,
WHOLESALE NEWS-DEALERS,
Pack and forward <lll the
DAILY and WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS and MAGAZINES
CTTV nr P u Sn C S?' wit ?. Kreat di »Patch.
CITY DEALEHS will find it grcatlv to their AdvA.ntAi*A
to g.et thejr wm at our houso.“ 1 a ' tfie
TARRANT’S
EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This valuable and popular MedicJne, prepared in conform
ity with the analysis of the water of the celebrated
Seltzer Spring in Germany, in a most convenient
and portable form, has universally received the
most favorable recommendations ot the
Medical profession and a Discerning
Public, as the
MOST EFFICIENT AND AGREEABLE
SALINE APERIENT
ha use. and as being entitled to special reference over' the
many Mineral Spring Waters, Seidiitz Powders, and other
similar articles, both from its compactness and greater
efficacy. It may be used with the best eftect in all
BILIOUS AND FEBRILE DISEASES, SICK
HEADACHE, ROSS OF APPETITE, INDI
GESTION, AND ALL SIMILAR COM
PLAINTS PECULIARLY INCIDENT
TO THE
SPRING AMD SIOERSEASONS.
is particularly adapted to the wants of Travelers, by
Sea and Land, Residents in hot climates, Persons
of Sedentary Habits, Invalids and Convales
cents ; Captains of Vessels and Planters
will find it a valuable addition to their
MpiHotnA cheats.
ft nn inose wno have used it, it has high favor, .and is
deemed indispensable.
IN A TORPID STATE OF THE LIVER—It renders
great service in restoring healthy action
IN GOUT AND RHEUMATISM—It gives the best satis
faction, allaying all inflammatory symptoms, and in many
cases effectually curing those afflicted.
ITS SUCCESS IN CASES OF GRAVEL, INDIGESTION,
HEARTBURN and COSTIVENESS—Proves it to be a
Medicine of the greatest utility.
ACIDITY OF THE STOMACH, AND THE DISTRESS
ING SICKNESS SO USUAL DURING PREGNANCY
—Yields speedily, and with marked success, under its
healthful influence.
IT AFFORDS THE GREATEST RELIEF TO THOSE
AFFLICTED WITH. OR SUBJECT TO THE PILES—
ACTING gently on the bowels, neutralizing all irritating
secretions, and thereby removing all inflammatory ten
dencies.
IN FACT, IT IS INVALUABLE IN ALL CASES WHERE
A GENTLE APERIENT OR PURGATIVE IS
REQUIRED.
It is in the form or a Powder, carefully put up in bot
tles to keep in any climate, and merely requires water
poured upon it to produce a delightful effervescent beve
rage.
Taken m the morning, it never interferes with the avo
cations of the day, acting gently on the system, restoring
the digestive powers, exciting a healthy and vigorous tone
of the stomach, and creating an elasticity of mind and
flow of spirits which give zest to every enjoyment. It
also enables the invalid to enjoy many luxuries with impu
nity, from which he must otherwise be debarred, and
without which, life is irksome and distressing.
Numerous testimonials from professional and other gen
tlemen of the highest standing throughout the country,
and its steadily increasing popularity for a series of years,
strongly guarantee its efficacy and valuable character, and
commend it to the favorable notice of an intelligent public.
Prepared and sold, Wholesale and Retail, by
TARRANT & Co..
jfo. 278 GREENWICH ST., corner of Warren, N. Y.
EXTRACTS FROM TESTIMONIALS
OF
DISTINGUISHED PHYSICIANS
OF NEW YORK CITY, Ac.:
“It afferds me sincere pleasure to add my (favorable
commendation to vour list of valuable testimonials of the
character of your EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERI
ENT. It is a very palatable, delightful and cooling effer
vescing draught, and possesses medicinal properties highly
valuable in their nature. Its effervescence is more dura
ble and pleasant, its taste more agreeable, and itsprepa
ation far easier and more convenient, than any similar
preparation I have ever known; while its action is, in
truth, mild and effectual. Its truly beneficent qualities
commend it strongly to the notice A > r o
x.f/b’HVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT, and know of no
remedy so pleasant and efficacious where a mild laxative
is required.- It must entirely supersede the uspn f ’ the.
.so id iita> Powder and other num laxatives it alsopos-
anti-acid properties which do not belong to the
Seidiitz. It is also particularly adapted to pregnant wo
men, and in sea-sickness, when constipation is attendant.”
“I can with confidence recommend TARRANT’S EF
FERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT as a mild and
agreeable laxative, and far superior to Seidiitz Powders.
To persons living in warm climates, where cooling purga
tives are so frequently required, it is invaluable.”
“ I have often prescribed your EFFERVESCENT SELT
ZER APERIENT in this city, and have always been
pleased with its operation. Itis, in my opinion, a pleasant
safe and mild laxative, calculated to please the most fas
tidious. To persons residing in warm climates, where a
congested state of the Liver is a frequent cause of disease,
it is a most valuable medicine.”
“ I have used your EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APE
RIENT in several cases, with very happy results. Asa
mild Aperient, it has advantages over all other Aperients,
particularly in cases of great debility, where it is impor
tant to save the strength of the patient It can be maue a
pleasant drink, and given in sucn doses as to obtain the ob
tain the object in view. As a Family Medicine, I think
very highly of it, and as such it can be freely used during
the summer months.”
*• During a late severe sickness, I made use of your EF
FERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT. I found it agree
able to the stomach, mild and pleasant in its operation, and
beneficial in its effects. I have recommended it to many
of my patients, who have been highly pleased with it a i
an aperient medicine.”
“Your EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT meets
my fullest approbation, having tested it in numerous in
stances. In all cases of Irritation or Acidity of the Stom
ach, Heartburn and Costiveness, particularly during preg
nancy, it has invariably proved a medicine of great utility.
It is a preparation, in my opinion, that, from its high me
dicinal character, strongly commends itself to the atten
tion of the Medical Faculty. No preparation professing
similar properties can 2 in my estimation, compare with it;
and, as a Family Medicine, it stands unequaled. To the
residents of warin climates and the unaccliinated, it pre
sents undeniable claims for its decided efficiency. ’’
“A fully appreciate the high medicinal properties of
your EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT, having
found its use truly valuable in numerous cases of Dyspep
sia. or Indigestion, Heartburn, Headache, etc., arising from
a disordered stats of the stomach. It is a delightful Ape
rient, and has my decided approbation. Its easy mode of
use, its neat form, and its sparkling effervescence, strongly
commend it to the public favor. May it receive the sup
port it so well merits.”
“ My opinion of your EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APE
RIENT is decidedly favorable. I have witnessed its bene
ficial effects in several instances in Indigestion and Acidity
of the Stomach. lam much pleased with its operation,
and am aware of no preparation giving such immediate
relief, which can be applied in so easy and convenient a
form, or has proved itself so effectual, though gentle in its
operation, as your delightful Aperient Highly estqe.ming
your preparation for its valuable properties, it affords me
at pleasure in thus expressing myself as to its charac-
“Your EFFERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT has
been used in many cases within my knowledge, with the
most beneficial results. Its great utility must be Evident
to every medical man, as it possesses virtues of a high cha
racter, which I have not hitherto found in any similar
preparation. From personal experience, its use in sea
sickness having been positively beneficial, and having af
forded relief in every instance, I should consider it as truly
invaluable on shipboard. In Costiveness, when used, it
has been attended with much efficacy. By residents of
warm climates, its medicinal value cannot be too highly
appreciated, when usod either as a gentle aperient or a re
freshing effervescent draught. As I have the fullest confi
dence in the valuable properties of your Aperient, and am
actuated solely by a desire to render a public service, I
feel no hesitation in thus publicly expressing my aDnroba
tion of your invaluable medicine.” F
TARRANT’S
CORDIAL ELIXIR
OF
TURKEY RHUBARB.
TMs beautiful preparation, from the TRUE TURKEY
RHUBARB, has the approval and sanction of many
of our BEST PHYSICIANS, as a valuable
and favorite
FAMILY MEDICINE,
And preferable to any other form in which Rhubarb is ad
ministered, either for ADULTS or CHILDREN, it being
combined in a manner to make it at once
PAIjATABLE TO THE TASTE AND EFFICIENT IN ITS
OPERATION.
Manufactured only by
TARRANT & Co.,
No. 278 GREENWICH STREET, corner of Warren, N. Y.,
and for sale by Druggists generally.
\From tJie Nrw York Commercial Advertiser.}
“In these days of sudden deaths by accident and vio
lence, and the difficulty of identification of the bodies, per
mit me to suggest to all persons the propriety of having
their clothes marked with their names and residences, so
distinctly as to prevent the Coroners from sending their bo
dies to Potter's Field. One bottle of good Indelible Ink
would probably mark all the waistbands of a family. I
suggest waistbands, best dace,in which tQ_baye the
the bodies than any other part of our clothing.
“ CAUTION.”
TARRANT’S
Improved Indelible Ink,
FOR MARKING LINEN, MUSLIN, SILK, Ac.,
Has been proved, by many years’ experience, to be the
best, most permanent, and reliable preparation
ever offered to the Public.
The SUPERIORITY OF THIS ARTICLE is acknowl
edged by all, and purchasers and dealers will find it to
their interest to give it a preference over all similar prepa
rations. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by
TARRANT & Co.,
No. 278 GREENWICH ST., cor. Warren, N. Y.
And for sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally-
“THERE IS NO SECH WORD AS ‘FAII,’.’»
TARRANT’S
COMPOUND EXTRACT
OF
Cubebs and Copaiba.
i 8 particularly recommended to the
MEDICAL PROFESSION and the PUBLIC as combining
in the most convenient and efficacious form, the well ed
tablished virtues and properties of Cubebsand Copaiba
For the speedy and effectual relief and cure of all sexual
diseases, it may iustly be considered one of the greatest
and most valuable discoveries in the annals of medicine
frequently effecting a cure in three or four days. In its
preparation as an extract, or paste, the usuarnauseous
taste is avoided, and it is, consequently, never found to in
terferc with the digestion, while. fro;^ te greater concen
tration, the dose is much reduced. It m» y ..h e -reliedflSn
the best mode for the administration of these remedies tn
the large class of diseases of both sexes to which they are
applicable.
N. B. Purchasers are advised to ask for “TARRANT’S
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF CUBEBS AND COPAIBA ”
and take nothing else, as imitations and worthless prepa
rations, under similar names, are in the market. Pam
phlets accompanying the medicine, containing full and
ample directions. Price, SIOO. Sent by express on re
ceipt of price.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by
TARRANT & Co.,
O. 278 GREENWICH STREET, corner of Warren, N. Y.
And for sale by Druggists generally.
Indian Pulmonic Balsam,
HOOPING-COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, and the VARIOUS
AFFECTIONS OF THR LUNGS AND CHEST
Those suffering with Cough and Diseaee of the Lungs will
find in this valuable preparation prompt and soeedv re
lief. Even those whose condition is beyond recovery will
derive from it more ease and comfort than anv nth/rnnxv
before the public. For the class of .diseases i( 12 designed
to relieve, it is second to no other in its efficacy Com
posed entirely of vegetable ingredients, free from mine
rals and poisonous acids, it can be depended upon at all
times and under all circumstances. For eighteen years
the manufacturer has used it in an extensive practice
and <*hest aOrtfiDary suec€ss ’ in all of the Lungs
Sold by Tarrant & Co.,
GENERAL AGENTS, ’
Mo. 278 Crtenwkh st., eor. Warren st., M, Y,
BKICE so CEKT3 PEft JWJU
SUNDAY DISPATCH, DECEMBER 28, 1862.
. tj a . -A-yer’s
JOB
SCROFULA AND SCROFULOUS DISEASES.
From Emery Edes, a icell knoten. merchant of Oxford, Me.:
“I have sold large quantities of your SARSAPARILLA,
but never yet one bottle which failed of the desired effect
and full satisfaction to those who took it. As fast as our
people try it, they agree there has been no medicine like
it before m our community.”
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches, Pustules, Ulcers,
Sores, and all Diseases of the skin.
From Rec. Robert Stratton, Bristol, England:
“ I only do my duty to you and the public, when I add
my testimony to that you publish of the medicinal virtues
of your SARSAPARILLA. My daughter, aged ten, had
an afflicting humor in her ears, eyes, and hair for years,
which we were unable to cure until we tried your SAR
SAPARILLA. She has been well for some months.”
From Mrs. Jane E. Riee, a icell-kncncn and nuich-esteemed ahj
of Rennin-Hie, Cape May Co., N, J.:
“ My daughter has suffered for a year past with a scrofu
lous eruption, which was very troublesome. Nothing af
forded any relief until we tried your SARSAPARILLA,
which soon completely cured her.”
From Charles P. Gage, Esq., of the ivldely-knoirn Gage, Murray
4* Co., manufacturers of enameled papers in Nashua, N. H.
“I had for several years a very troublesome fcwmorin
my face, whichgr«w constantly worse until it disfigured
mv feature•’■q 1 became an intolerable affliction. I tried
arftresreverything a man ,c i,,,aiT _,,,y t.w nOT-mfiu-
•inc, but. without any relief whatever, until I took your
SARSAPARILLA. It immediately made my face worse,
as you told me it might for a time, but in a few weeks the
new skin began to form under the blotches, and continued
until my lace is as smooth as anybody’s, and I am with
out any symptoms of the disease that I know of. 1 enjoy
Perfect health, and, without a doubt, owe it to your SAR
APARILLA.”
Erysipelas—General Debility—Pu’ify the Blood,
Dr. Robert Sawin, Houston St., New Fork :
“ Dr. Ayer—l seldom fail to remove Eruptions and Scrof
ulous Soresty the persevering Use of Vour SARSAPARILLA,
and I have just now cured an attack of Erysipe
las with it. ' No alterative we possess equals the SARSAP
ARILLA you have supplied to tlie profession as well as to
the people.”
From J. E. Johnston, Esq., Waktman, Ohio t
’‘For twelve years I had the yellow Erysipelas on my
right arm, during which time I tried all the celebrated
jihysicians I could reach, and took hundreds of dollars
worth of medicines. The ulcers were so bad that the
cords became visible, and the doctors decided that mv
arm must be amputated. I began taking your SARSAPA
RILLA. Took two bottles, and some of your PILLS. To
gether they have curep me. lam now as well and sound
as anybody. Being in a public place, my case is known
to everybody in this community, and excites the wonder
of all.”
From Hon. Henry Monro, M. F. P., of Newcastle, C. IT., a
leading member of the. Canadian. Parliament:
•' I have used your SARSAPARILLA in my family, for
general debility, and for purifying the Hood, with very bene
ficial results, and feel confidence in commending it to the
afflicted.”
St. Anthony's Fire, Rose, Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Sore Eyes-
Fror/i Harvey Sickler, Esq., the able editor oj the Tunkhannock
J>«iuo.'rat, Penn.:
“ Our only child, about three'Years of age, was attacked
by pimples on his forehead. They rapidly spread until
they formed a loathsome and virulent sore, which covered
his face, and actually blinded his eyes for some days. A
skillful physician applied nitrate of silver and other rem
edies, without any apparent effect. For fifteen days we
guarded his hands, lest with them he should tear open the
testering and corrupt wound which covered his whole
face. Having tried everything else we had any hope
from, we began giving your SARSAPARILLA, and apply
ing the iodide of potash lotion, as you direct. The sore
began tftfce»ll?vhcii we had glvet-vVoud. The child’s eye
lashes, which had come out, grew again, and he is now as
healthy and fair as any other. The whole neighborhood
predicted that the child must die.”
Syphilis and Jttercuriai Disease.
From Dr. Hiram Sloat, of St. Louis, Missouri:
“ I find your SARSAPARILLA a more effectual remedy
for the secondary symptoms ot'Syphilis and for syphilitic
disease than any other we possess. The profession arc in
debted to you for some of the best medicines wc have.”
From A. J. French, M. J)., an eminent physician of Laicrence,
Mass., who is a prominent member of the Legislature of Mas
sachusetts :
" Du. Ayer. My dear Sir—l have found your SARSAP
ARILLA an excellent remedy for Syphilis, both of the pri
mary and secondary type, and effectual in some cases that
were too obstinate to yield to other remedies. Ido not
know what we can employ with more certainty of suc
cess, where a powerful alterative is required.”
Mr. Chas. S. Van Liew, of New Brunswick. N. J., had
dreadful ulcers on his legs, caused by the abuse of mer
cury, or mercurial disease, which grew more and more ag
gravated for years, in spite of every remedy or treatment
that could be applied, until the persevering use of AYER'S ‘
SARSAPARILLA relieved him. Few cases can be found
more inveterate and distressing than this, and it took sev
eral dozen bottles to cure him.
Leucorrhoea, Whites, Female Weakness,
are generally produced by internal Scrofidous Ulreration,
and arc very often cured by the alterative effect of this
SARSAPARILLA. Ssme cases require, however, in aid of
the SARSAPARILLA, the skillful application of local
remedies. -
From the well-known and widely-celebrated Dr. Jacob.Morrill, of
Cincinnati, Ohio.
“ I have found your SARSARILLA an excellent altera
tive in diseases of females. Many cases of Irregularity,
Leueorrhoea, Internal Ulceration, and local debihtv. aris
ing from the scrofulous diathesis, have yielded to it, and
there are lew that do not, when its effect is properly
aided by local treatment.”
A lady' unwilling to allow the publication af her name, writes :
“My daughter and myself have been cured of a very
debilitating Leucorriwa of longstanding, by two bottles
of your SARSAPARILLA.”
Bheumatism, Gour, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,
Heart Disease, Neuralgia,
when caused by Scrojula in the system, are rapidly cured
by this EXT. SARSAPARILLA.
A Y Fr’S
CATHARTIC PILLS
possess so many advantages over the other purgatives in
the market, and their superior virtues are so universally
known, that we need not do more than to assure the pub*
lie their quality is maintained equal to the best it ever has
been, and that they max be.depended on to do all that
they have ever done.
Prepared by J. C. AYER. M. D., A Co., Lowell, Mass.,
and sold by Druggists and Dealers in Medicine every
where.
HO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT THIS VALUABLE MEBICIRE
Established In 1780.
MasrMMO’S
•Hjri
K |fp| K||W’
ggj!gß
> cUCUC ANO '
ECLECTIC ANODYNE.
(Compounded of 10 of the most costly and efficacious ingre
dients ftnoum to the Materia Medica.)
An Intei'nal and External Remedy.
FOB THE IMMEDIATE BELIEF AND PERMANENT CURE OF
RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, GOUT, CHILBLAINS, CORNS,
INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN, COLDS, SWELLINGS, SPRAINS,
DIARRHSA, NEURALGIA, PAINS IN THE JOINTS k BACK,
HEADACHE, BUNIONS, SUMMER COMPLAINT, COUGHS,
TOOTHACHE, CHOLEMM'OWb.” 0 ?!?* * TEHOER FEET,
BITES OF INSECTS, SORE THROAT, RINO WOSJutfEfc.’'
The propriety of offering to the world another Medical
Compound in the character of an Anodyne, may possibly be
questioned; but when the facts are properly stated and
the truth known, the necessity for its introduction will at
once become apparent. The article herewith introduced
is composed of ten of the most useful, costly and reliable
medicines known in the whole range of the Materia Medi
ca ; is purely vegetable, and free from all poisonous and
ether injurious properties. It Is carefully compounded
upon scientific principles, as years of experience have
practically demonstrated, and with a thorough knowledge
of the medicinal qualities and eflects of each article separ
ately, and of their combined influence when .chemically
united. It is mild and pleasant in its action, and perfectly
safe when administered to a child or to a person of the
most delicate constitution.
In calling the attention of the public to the Eclectic Ano
dype, Mrs Macoy Is aware of the difficulties she must
encounter | the many prejudices to be overcome, and
the doubts and' uncertainties with which an apparently
new article must contend. Yet with an abiding faith in
the merits of the article, and yielding to the demands of
her numerous friends, she gives to the world the results of
years of practical experience and of many happy realiia
tions.
The recipe for this Compound Is from the Pharmacopoeia
Of the celebrated Dr. Jambs Craik, Director and Surgeon-
General attached to Gen. Washington's Medical Staff, dur
ing the Revolutionary War. This medicine was used with
peculiar success in the American Army, for a number of
years, by Mrs. Macoy's grandfather, Dr. Abner Ketcham,
of Westchester county, New York. It was used in her
father’s family for forty years; in her own family for
more than twenty years, and has also been successfully
used in hundreds of cases, where she has been called to
the house of sickness by her relatives, acquaintance and
neighbors. . A
With this brief statement of facts, and at the eariroot
quest of many friends, Mrs. Macoy offers the ECLECTIC
ANODYNE to the public, confident that a single trial will
establish its merits, and that it will be found to be an indis
pensable article in every family.
Depot, 430 Broome St., eor. of Crosby, K. Y.
Sold at No. 444 BROADWAY, and at the principal Drug
Stores.
Prices.—Large Bottle 50 cents. Small Bottle, 25 cents.
FOR THE PILES.—Dr. UPHAM’S veg
etable ELECTUARY is a certain cure for Piles in
every form and condition. Fistulas; Fissures, Abscesses, and
Ulcerations of the bowels arc Wie result of neglected or
badly-treated Piles. When aftneted with either of these
distressing and uaa 'erous affections, the patient must con
sult the Docjc-r personally at his office. No. 387 Fourth st.
The very worst cases of Piles, and all affections resulting from
this dis ase. solicited for treatment. Dr. UPHAM is a
regulax physician, has devoted special attention to this
class of affections for more than twenty years, and may
be consulted at any hour of the day, at his Medical Office
No. 387 Fourth st., third door from the Bowery, between
Bowery and Broadway.
GAY’S PATENT
MARBLEIZED
GUTTA PERCHA ROOFING,
WARRANTED
PURE GUTTA PERCHA AND INDIA RUBBER.
NO COAD TAR.
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CENTRAL OFFICE, No. 510 BROADWAY, op. St Nicholas
Send for Circular.
MARBLEIZED ROOFING—FIXED PRICES.
Heavy Percha Duck Roofing 6 cents per foot
Double Felt Marbled do 4 cents per foot
Tin Roots Cemented and Marbledl.L cts. per foot
Cowitry supplied at reduced rntee-
THE GREAT
American Remedies
known as “ HELMBOLD'S”
<;EILTVE PREPARAWONS, Hz:
, HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT “BUCIIU,”
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
HELMBOLD'S IMPROVED ROSE TASH.
HELMBOLD’S
Genuine Preparation.
(i HIGHLY CONCENTRATED”
COMPOUND FLUID
EXTRACT BUCHU,
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
rOB DISKAfIBB OF THK
BLADDER; KIDNEY, GRAVEL,
AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
This medicine increases the
power ot DIGESTION, and excites the absorbents
action, by which the WATERY or CALCA
REOUS depositions, and all UNNATURAL ENLARGE
mr?£ TS a J? reduced, as well as PAIN and INFLAMMA
TION, and is good for
MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU,
FOR WEAKNESSES
ARISING FROM EXCESSES, HABITS OF DISSJPA
TION, EARLY INDISCRETION OR ABUSE,
Attended with the Following Symptoms:
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power,
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Back,
Universal Lassitude oi the Muscular System,
Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body,
Dryness of the Skin, Eruptions on the Face,
Pallid Countenance.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this medi
eine invariably removes, soon follows
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one of which tlie ’patient may expire.
Who can say that they are not frequently followed by
those “direfuldiseases,”
“INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.”
Many are aware of the cause of their suffering,
But none will confess. „
THE RECORDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS,
And the melancholy deaths by Consumption,
J to the of the assei*tion,
THE CONSTITUTION, ONpjj EFFECTED WITH
ORGANIC WEAKNESS,
Requires the aid of medicine to strengthed and
tlie system, which
BELMBOI.D’S EXTRACT BICHC
Invariably does.
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE THE MOST SKEPTICAL.
FEMALES, FEMALES, FEMALES,
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CONTEM
PLATING MARRIAGE.
In many affections peculiar to females, the EXTRACT
BUCHU is unequaled by any other remedy, as in Chlorosis
or Retention, Irregularity. Painfulness or Suppression of
Customary Evacuations, Ulcerations or Scirrhous state of
the Uterus, Leucorrhea or Whites, Sterility, and for aH
complaints incident to the Sex, whether arising from
Indiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
(See Symptoms above.)
IS’g**’ Ifo Family should be without It.
TAKE NO MORE BALSAM, MERCURY, OR UNPLEA-
SANT MEDICINE FOR UNPLEASANT AND
DANGEROUS DISEASES.
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU
AND
IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
CURES SECRET DISEASES
In all their Stages ; At little Expense ;
Little or no Change in Diet; No Inconvenience ;
AND NO EXPOSURE I
It causes a frequent desire ami gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions, Preventing and Carin«
Strictures of the Urethra, allaying Pain and Inflammation
so frequent in this class of diseases, and expelling all Poi
sonous, Diseased, and worn-out Matter.
THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS,
WHO HAVE BEEN THE VICTIMS OF QUACKS,
And who have paid heavy fees to be cured in a short time,
have found they were deceived, and that the “POISON”
has. by the use of “ Powerful Astringents,” been dried
up in the system, to break out in an aggravated form, and
PERHAPS AFTER MARRIACE !
USE HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
For all Affections and Diseases of the
URINARY ORGANS,
WHETHER EXISTING IN
AXAX.S OR FEMAIH,
From whatever cause and no originating, Matter of
HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of these Organs require the aid of a DIURETIC
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BFCHU
IS THE GREAT DIURETIC,
And it, is certain to have the desired effect in Diseases for
which it is recommended.
BLOOD ! BLOOD! BLOOD 1
Heimbold’s Highly Concentrated Compound
Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla!
SYPHILIS.
This is an affection of the Blood, and attacks THE
SEXUAL ORGANS. LININGS OF THE NOSE, THROAT,
EARS, WINDPIPE, and other MUCOUS SURFACES’
making its appearance in the form of ULCERS.
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
■ Purifies the Blood and removes all Scalv Eruptions of
• the Skin. GIVING TO IRE COMPLEXION'A CLEARAND
i HEALTHY COLOR. It being prepared expressly for this
: class of complaints, its Bkod Purifying Properties are
preserved to a greater extent than other preu» ,- " t ' —~ -
Sarsaparilla.
HELMBOLD’S ROSE-WASH,
i antTM-M’W S «-°
arising from Habits of Dissipation, usedin connection with
; the Extracts Buch a and Sarsaparilla, in such Diseases as
recommended. Evidence of the most responsible and reli
able character will accompany the medicines.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES,
From Three to Twenty Years Standing, with nanies known
to science and fame.
For Medical Properties of BUCHU, see Dispensato rv of
the United States. 3 V1
See Professor DEWEES’ Valuable Works on the Prac
tice of Physic.
See remarks made by the late celebrated Dr. PIIYSICK
Philadelphia.
See remarks made by Dr EPHRAIM MeDOWELL a
celebrated Physician and Member of the Roval College’of
Surgeons, Ireland, and published in the Transactions of
the King and Queen’s Journal.
See Medico-Cnfrurgical Review, published by BENJA,
MIN TRAVERS, Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons.
See most of the Standard Works on Medicine.
Extract Buchu, $1 00 per bottle, or six for $5 00
•• Sarsaparilla, 100 “ “ 500
Improved Rose Wash, 50 “ “ 2 50
Or half a dozen of each for sl2 00, which will be suffi
cient to cure the most obstinate cases, if directions are
adhered to.
Delivered to any address, securely packed from obser
vation.
DESCRIBE SYMPTOMS IN ALL COMMUNICATIONS.
CURES guaranteed! advick gratis!
AFFIDAVIT.
Personally appeared before me, an Aiderman of the
city of Philadelphia, H. T. HELMBOLD, who, being duly
sworn, doth say, his preparations contain no narcotic, no
mercury, or other injurious drugs, but are purely vege
table. „
H. T. HELMBOLD.
s-w-r.rn and subscribed before me, this 23d day of Novem
ber, 1854.
WM. P. HIBBARD,
Aiderman, Ninth street, above Race. Phila.
Address letters for information in confidence to
H. T. HELMBOLD,
CHEMIST,
No. 104 SOUTH TENTH STREET, below
Chestnut, Philadelphia.
Beware of Counterfeits
AND ’ 7R7T; ~
UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Who endeavor to dispose of “their own” and “other
articles on the reputation attained by
HELMBOLD'S
GENUINE PREPARATIONS:
Belmbeld'a Genuine Extract Buchu,
Helmbold’s Genuine Extract Sirsaparllia,
Hclmbold’s Genuine Improved Rose-Water,
field b y all Druggests everywhere.
ASK FOR HELMBOLD’S
TAKE NO OTHfR !
CUT OUT THE ADVERTISEMENT AND SEND FOR IT
AND
imposition and Exposure I
IMPORTANT TO LADIES.—DR. JOHN
HARVEY, hating for upward of twenty years de
voted his professional time exclusively to the treatment
of FEM Ate DIFFICULTIES, and having succeeded in
Thousands of cases in restoring the afflicted to sound
health, has now entire confidence in offering publicly his
‘•GREAT AMBRKIAK REMEDY," DR. HARVEY’S
CHRONO-THERMAL FEMALE PILLS, which have never
yet failed, (when the directions have been strictly fol
lowed,) in removing difficulties arising from OBSTRUC
TION, OR STOPPAGE OF NATURE, or in restoring the
system to perfect health, when suffering from Spinal Af
fections, Prolapsus Uteri, the Whites, or other weakness
of the Uterine Organs. Also, in all cases of Debility or
Nervous Prostration, Hysterics, Palpitations, Ac., Ac.,
which are the forerunners of more serious diseases. The
Pills are perfectly harmless on the constitution, and may
be taken by the most delicate female without causing dis
tress ; at the same time THEY 7 ACT LIKE A CHARM, by
strengthening, invigorating, and restoring the system to a
healthy condition, and by bringing on the monthly period
with regularity, no matter from what cause the obstruc
tions may arise. They should, however, NOT be taken
during the first three or four months of pregnancv, though
safe at any other time, as miscarriage would be the result.
Each box conta ins 60 Pills, PRICE, ONE DOLLAR.
Dr. HARVEY’S Treatise on Diseases of Females,
Pregnancy, Miscarriage, Barrenness, Sterility, Reproduc
tion and Abuses of Nature, and emphatically the LADIES’
PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER, a Pamphlet of 50 Pages,
sent free to any address. Six cents required to pay post
age. The Pills and Book will be sent by mail when de
sired, SECURELY’ SEALED and pre paid on receipt of
the money by J. BRYAN, General Agent, No. 76 Cedar
street, N. Y\ Svid by all DruggisU
TUT RS. MAXWELL, M. D., No. 6
XYJL GREENE STREET, N. Y’., takes pleasure in otter
ing her services to the ladies who arc suffering from Ir
regularities, Suppression, Ac., (from whatever cause pro
duced.) Ju order to extend her sphere of usefulness, she
has take* a large house, regardless of expense, and fitted
it up as a Lying-in-Hospital, where the most perfect ss
cresy is observed, and all the comforts of home in a sick
room may be found. Also, Female Monthly Pills., phca.
sl. And where the children can always be adopted.
MAD. DESPARD’S FEMALE MONTH-
LY PILLS are the only medicine married or single
ladies can depend on with safety and certainty. Can be
sent by mail to any part of the United States and Canadas.
N. B.—Ladies who desire to avail themselves of Madame
Despard’s valuable, certain and safe mode of removin'*
obstructions, suppressions, Ac., Ac., without the use of
medicine, can do so at one interview'. Residence, No. 161
SIXTH AVENUE, opposite Bth st
R. HIXNTER’SMEDICAL VADE ME-
CUM ; or, Practical Hints to Youth and Manhood in
delicate cases, designed to warn the unthinking and to in
dicate the road to a happy longevity ; to which is added
convincing testimony of the surprising efficacy of Dr.
HUNTER’S wonderful skill in the permanent cure of all
diseases, as herein indicated. Price One Dollar. This is
the book that makes such a sensation among our educated
physicians. They all declare it to be the most valuable
work out of its class for all practical purposes. It contains
four times the knowledge of all others. No. 3 DIVISION
STREET.
DR. HUNTER’S BOTANIC CORDIAL.
The sovereign cure and sheet-anchor of hope in gen
eral debility, impotence, and those sad disorders of body
and mind occasioned by early indiscreet secret practices,
causing nervousness, headache, weakness of the back and
limbs, failure of memory, dejection, aversion to society,
eyes sunk and lustreless, departure of youthful appearance
and vigor. To be had of the Doctor, No. 3 DIVISION ST.
Married persons whose conjugal relations have not been
productive, may confidently consult Dr. HUNTER, thirty
years established
All persons unforunate in
these respects, viz.: Secret Diseases, should apply
at once to Dr. DE MOTT, No. 67 CARMINE STREET, near
Blcecker st. To all such I offer the certain promise of a
speedy and certain cure. Remember that delay is often
fatal when diseases are contracted. Dr. DE MOTT’S
ARABIAN SPECIFIC, a few drops of which repels the
poisonous virus from the system almost immediately.
Price $1 00 per Y'ial Hours, BA. M. to BP. M.
NOTICE-DR. A. E. COX, No. 67 CAR-
MINE STREET, near-Bleecker st., continues in the
arduous duties aim resFunsibinnes or uw iirvrcwhm. ah
uninterrupted practice of sixteen years has revealed to
him those remedies which every suffering Female should
adopt Ladles requiring medical assistance on Diseases
peculiar to their delicate organization, may depend on a
safe and certain cure by applying as above.
Dr. COX’S JAPAN SECRET, or Female Regulator.
Price $3 per package. t
DR. LINES CAN JsJh< conolijued ont
ALL DISEASES OF FEMALES, WITH UNPARAL
LELED SUCCESS, at No. 151 East 13th st, near 2d Ave.
DR. G. R. BOND’S FRENCH PREVENT-
IVES.—This article enables those whose health or
circumstances do not permit an increase of family, to
regulate or limit the number of their offspring without in
juring the constitution. It is the only safe and sure pre
ventive against Pregnancy and Disease.. The above article
ean be sent by mail to any part of the United States er
Canada, two for sl, and $5 per dozen.
Dr. G. W. BOND'S SPANISH FEMALE MONTHLY
PlLLS.—These Pills are the only medicine married or sin
gle ladies can rely upon with safely and certainty for the
nffTnediate removal of Obstructions, Irregularities, Ac.
Thty should not be used during pregnancy. Price $2 per box.
Each box contains 72 pills. Sent by mail.
The Doctor can be consulted on all diseases of a private
nature. Scientific treatment, a quick cure., and moderate charge
guaranteed
GEORGE R. BOND, M. D. Office, corner of Grand and
Orchard streets, over the Shoe Store. Entrance, No. 65
Orchard street Established 1832.
N. B.—The public arc cautioned against buying spurious
imitations of my French Male Safes or Preventive ; the
genuine can be had only at my office.
Manhood preserved without the
injury resulting from internal medicines.
©X.X.F CURE.—Spermatorrhoea, Impotency, Invqjuntary
Nocturnal or Diurnal Emissions, or more properly known
as Seminal Weakness, Nervous Debility, Low Spirits, Las
situde, Weakness of the Back and lambs, Dimness of
Vision, etc., etc., incapacitating its victim for business or
matrimony, rendering him misanthropical and suicidal in
his propensities, are instantly and permanently cured in
from three to fifteen days by the use of the
PERINEUM COMPRESS and URETHRAL SUPPORTER,
patented and protected by
PROFEBSGR AUZAS, of Paris.
It probably might be necessary to state to the public that
these appliances received the sanction of the whole medi
cal press in Paris, as well as the prominent medical jour
nals of this country. When notices so flattering of their
efficacy as have appeared in such journals as the Gazette
de Hospitaul, Paris, the Society de Medicine de Bordeaux
the Franklin Medical and Philosophical Journal, the Jour
nal of Health, etc., the public and sufferer will feel con
vinced of its curative powers, and no longer be deluded
by the nostrums which fill the public prints of the present
dny-
Thcse instruments must be worn day and night, accord
ing to the severity of the complaint, which can be dene
without pain, interference to business pursuits, or discov
ery by the most intimate, friend or bed-iellow.
The PERINEUM COMPRESS and URETHRAL SUP
PORTER is lorwarded in a case, free from all observation,
to all parts, however remote, with perfect safety, on re
ceipt of $5, and addressing Professor AUZAS, Agency No.
58 White-street, New York City.
N. B.— Professor Auzas’ name is in gold letters on each
instrument Country bills taken at par.
JMPORTANT TO THE MARRIED and
those about to be married. Dr. A. M. Mauriceau. Profes
sor of Diseases of Women, has just published the 160th
edition of his valuable book entitled “The Married Wo-
Private Medical Companion,” strictly intended for
those whose health or circumstances forbid a too rapid
increase of family. Price, sl. Sold at his office. No. 129
Liberty street. New York ; or can be sent by mail, free of
postage, to any part of the United States or Canada, bv
inclosing Si. and addressing Box 1224. New York city. For
sale at No. 1 Vesey street, (Astor House,) and No. is Ann
street.
DUVAL’S LADIES’ FRENCH MOXA,
A HIGHLY REFINED MEDICATED APPLIANCE,
Ac. (PROTECTED BY LETTERS PATENT,) for the im
mediate removal of obstructions, irregularities, prolapsus
, uteri (falling of the womb), fluor albus, etc., etc. Ladies
who are pregnant should not use the “Moxa,” as a mis
carriage would be sure to follow, though no injury to the
health would ensue. This luxurious and valuable appa
ratus is now commonly used throughout Europe: and its
Inventor, Mr. Duval, received two medals, one from the
“ Ecolc de Medicine.” Paris, the other from the “Medical
Society of London.” It is so beautifully simple, pleasant
and efficacious, that any lady can use It, and numbers
who have obtained It write : “Dear Doctor—The appli
ance, Ac., you have forwarded, performed the cure, etc.
I would not be without it for $500; you have no idea of the
comfort I derive from it,” etc. Forwarded to any address
rpfoint of $2. Address Surgical ami Medical Agency, 58
h lute street, New Y’vrk city. Country bills taken at par.
PRIVATE CONSULTATION—DRHTO-
TER has, for thirty years, confined his attention to
diseases of a certain class, in which he has treated no less
than fifty thousand cases, without an instance of failure.
The remedies are mild, and there is no interruption to bu
siness or change of diet. Dr. Hunter is in constant attend
ance from 7in the morning until 10 at night, at his old
Office, Ko. 3 Division street Charges moderate, and a
cure guaranteed. Separate rooms, so that the patient secs
no one but the Doctor himself. Inviolate secrecy in every
instance. His great remedy, Dr. HUNTER’S RED DROP,
OYlTet fCEtain diseases, when regular treatment and all
in the habits off tfd paftSfgs without dieting mu ths''listing
and sickening effects of all other remedies ; cures in new
cases in less than six hours ; cures without the dreadful
consequent effects of mercury, but possesses the peculiar
valuable property of annihilating the rank and poisonous
taint that the blood is sure to absorb, unless his remedy is
used. This is what he claims for it, and what no other
will accomplish. Its value in this respect has become so
well known, that scientific men in every department of
medical knowledge begin to appreciate it, tor hardly a
week passes that he is not consulted by druggists, chem
ists, and physicians in regard to some pitiful patient who
has exhausted the whole field of the faculty, and still the
disease will appear. What human being, with any pre
tention to Christianity will say that this medicine should
not be made known far and wide ? Its popularity is so
great, that there is not a quack doctor in the city that has
not a lacked it; and when they find their lies are not so
easily swallowed, they then pretend that they can make
it. It is $1 a vial, and cannot be obtained genuine any
where but at the old office. No. 3 Division street Book of
300 pages for
THE LADIES’ friend IN NEED—
The UTERINE PROTECTIVE, for Suppression of the
Menses. Nti/cmid Certain. Pregnant females ought not to
Use it. ns it would cause miscarriage. Mailed, with direc
tions, on receipt of sl.
Dr. CHANNING, No. 16 Lispenard st.. New York.
Medical.— doctor ch. cobbe, tat
No. 283 ELIZABETH, next Bleeckerst., N. Y., can
be consulted in all private diseases, of both sexes.
Office Hours :
From 7—lo, 2-4. 7—B.
CffTDIE ELECTIC PREVENTIVE,” Pa-
I tented and protected by M. Duval, of Paris, and
sanctioned by the College of Physicians and Surgeons,
London. This instrument enables those whose health or
circumstances do not permit an increase of family, to regu
late or limit their offspring, without injuring the constitu
tion by recourse to drugs, stimulating herbs, or the danger
fuse pills and nostrums which have hitherto been used by
SO many. The “ Elective Preventive” isspeciaMy intended
to fulfil the one desideratum. It is perfectly safe, no me
tallic substance entering into its composition; it will last a
lifetime without getting out of order, and cannot fail. It
can be carried about the person and used without inter
ference to the conjugal relations of the married state.
Those who do not find it as represented can have the
amount of its»cest returned. 11 is securely sealed from ob
servation, and forwarded to all parts of the union, on re
ceipt of $2. Address Medical and Surgical Agency, No. 58
W bite 5,., New York city. Country bills received at par.
HR. LOUIS TARQUARE’S VULCAN-
IZED Parisian Safes are offered to those whose
h or circumstances do not permit an Increase of
family. They are strong, durable and infallible, and are
forwarded in a sealed letter, free from observation, with
full directions, to all parts of the world, on receipt of good
bills, at the following tariff: One for 50 cents, seven for
t 2, twelve for $3, eighteen for $4. thirty for $5, seventy for
10. Country dealers supplied wholesale at a liberal dis
count, with circulars ad libitum to facilitate sales. Ad
dress Louis Tarquarc, care Meuicai and Surgical Agency,
No. 58 White st;, N. X _
Madame restell’s female
MONTHLY 7 PILLS are the only medicine married
or single ladies can rely upon with safety and certainty
Price $1 per box. Sold at No. 162 Chambers st,, and 127 k
Liberty st., N. Y., No. 244 Grand street, WUHamsbnrgh,
and No. 175 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Can also be sent by
mail, in neat letter form, to any part of the United States
and Canadas.
Full instructions and directions accompany each box.
CAUTION. —All others purporting to be “Female Month
ly Pills” are counterfeits.
N. B.—Ladies who desire to avail themselves of Madame
Restell’s valuable, certain and safe mode of removing ob
structions, suppressions, Ac., Ac., without the use of medi
cine, can do so at one interview.
Ladies who desire to avoid exposure in private or public
hospitals, during confinement, can be accommodated with
board and the best medical attendence, and their children
adopted if desired.
MADAME RESTELL,
Female Physician and Accoucheur.
No. 162 CHAMBERS ST.. New York.
JOHN G. LIGHTBODY, PRINTING INK
MANUFACTURER, No. 24 BEEKMAN ST.—Printing
Inks of all qualities and colors. Also, Varnishes, Size. Ac,
furnished promptly, and in quantities to suit purchasers.
Orders lespectfußj solicited. a
FWntten for the Sunday Dispatch.]
FORGET ME NOT.
.BY J. H. MOONEY.
Dear maiden, when at silent eve
Thy heart is bowed in prayer,
I*d fain be one whose memory
With others nestle there ;
And when thy thoughts, like incense sweet,
To Heaven wend their way,
Among the dear remembered ones
Forget me not, I pray.
May angels ever guard thee, love,
And keep thee from guile free ;
1 or prayers must have deep influence
From one so pure as thee.
So ever in thy vesper song
Let me but crave one thought;
’Twill shed round me happiness,
With hallowed pleasure fraught.
A dealer advertised eye-glasses,
by the aid of which a person could easily read
the finest print. A well-dressed man called at
the counter one day to be fitted to a pair of spec
tacles. As he remarked that he had never worn
any, some were handed to him that magnified
very little. He looked hard through them upon
The book set before him, but declared he could
make out Houuug. pair of stronger
power were saddled upon his nose, but unsuc
cessfully as before. Further trials were made
until at length the almost discouraged dealer
passed to him a pair which magnified more than
all the rest in his stock. ’The customer, quite as
impatient as the merchant at having to try so
many, put on the last pair and glowered through
them at the printed page with all his might.
” Can you read that printing now ?” inquired the
dealer, pretty certain that he ha<J hit ft right this
time; at any rate. 44 Sure, not a bit,” was the
reply. “Can you read at all?” said the mer
chant, unable to conceal his vexation any longer.
4 4 Bade at all, is it ?” cried the customer. “ There’s
not a single word among them that I can iden
tify the fatures uv.” 44 I say, do you know how
to read?” exclaimed the dealer, impatiently.
44 Out wid ye I” shouted the Irishman, throwing
down the spectacles in a huff. 44 If I could rade,
what ’ud I be afther buyin’ a pair of spectacles
for ? Ye chate the paple wid the idea that yer
glasses ’ud help ’em to rade print aisy; but it’s a
big lie, it is! Ah, ye blackguard, ye thought I’d
buy ’em without tryin’ ’em!”
A Scotch pedestrian, attacked by
three highwaymen, defended himself with great
courage and obstinacy, but was at length over
powered and his pockets rifled. The robbers ex
pected, from the extraordinary resistance they
had experienced, to lay their hands on some rich
booty, but were not a little surprised to discover
that the whole treasure which the sturdy Cale
donian had been defending at the hazard of his
life, consisted of no more thana crooked six
pence. 44 The deuce is in him.” said, oxxc of the
rogues; 4 ‘.if he had had eighteen pence, I sup
pose he would have killed the whole of us.”
A Frenchman who had learned
English, wished to be particularly oolite, and
never neglected an opportunity of saying some
thing pretty. One evening he observed to a lady,
Urooo that of her
daughter pink, “Madame,” said he, “your
daughter is the pink of beauty.” “ Ah, mon
sieur, you Frenchman always flatter,” said the
lady. “ No, madame, I only do speak the truth,”
said he, “ and what all the world will allow, that
your daughter is the pint, and your ladyship the
drab of fashion I”
A gentleman, who had been par
taking of the hospitalities of a farmer’s house,
heard his host say one -day that he should like to
taste turtle, as ho supposed tt was very good.
His guest, on returning to town, sent him a tur
tle, and heard many months afterward that the
present was not productive of satisfaction;
“ For,” said the farmer, “we boiled uu in the
copper, wi’ cabbage, for a matter o’ seven hours,
and then he warn’t done 1”
A celebrated Parisian dandy was
ordered by his physicians to follow a course of
sea bathing at Dieppe. Arrived at that delight
ful bathing town, he ordered a machine and at
tendant, and went boldly into the water. He
plunged in bravely, but, in an instant after came
up puffing and blowing. “ Francis,” said ho,
“ the sea smells detestably; it will poison me.
Throw a little eau de cologne into the water, or
I shall be suffocated.”
• When Bishop Leighton was one
day lost in meditation in his own sequestered
walk at Dumblane, a fair young widow came up
to hint, and told him that he should marry her,
for she had dreamed thrice that she was married
to him. “Very well,” replied the bishop, “ when
ever I shall dream thrice that I am married to
you, I will let you know, and we will be married
immediately.”
A gentleman having engaged a
bricklayer to make some repairs in his cellar, or
dered the ale to be removed before the bricklayer
commenced his work. “ Oh, I am not afraid of
a barrel of ale, sir,” said the man. “I presume
not,” said the gentleman ; “but I think a barrel
of ale would run at your approach.”
When the Duke de Choiseul, a re
markably meagre man, came, to London, to ne
gotiate a peace, Charles Townsend, being asked
whether the French Government had sent the
preliminaries of a treaty, answered: “He did not
know, but they had sent the outline of an ambas
sador I”
“ What ails these shirt-buttons, I
wonder? Just the minnit I puts the needle
through ’em to sew ’em on, they splits and flics
all to bits.” “Why, grandmother, them isn’t
buttons; they’s my peppermints, and now you’ve
been a spiling them.”
Two distinguished philosophers
took shelter under one tree during a heavy show
er. After some time one of them complained
that he felt the rain. “ Never mind,” replied the
other, “ there are plenty of trees ; when this one
is wet through we will go to another.”
A great observer of fish says that
the trout is the only fish known that has a voice,
which it emits, when pressed, in a faint murmur
ing sound. There is resemblance between these
fish and certain young ladies, who need consid
erable pressing before they can be made to sing.
lf I keep on dyeing my whis
kers, they’ll draft mo for under forty-five,” said a
perplexed citizen; “and if I leave off dyeing
'em, Polly won’t have me. Anyhow, I calculate
I’m in a tarnation fix, for I hate fighting, and
can’t give up Polly.”
thewidowi>rbgres’sI a anfi‘hil“)Wi4 1 2. ;ill l
is as rich as given out?” “Why, HariyTwiXn
she reads a novel, and wishes to stop, she puts a
folded new five between the leaves to guide her
where to begin again.”
Cowper says that “ the tear that
is wiped with address may be followed, perhaps
by a smile.” If it is a woman’s tear, the perhari
is unnecessary ;'you can always dry it with*a
dress.
An old bachelor says, when some
women get to talking together, they club all
their husbands’ faults for the general entertain
ment, just as children club their cakes and ap
ples to make a common feast for the whole set.
There is a town in Ohio whore
the people have lived so long on pork that they
are beginning to contract some of its habits.
When a neighbor dies, they lay him out as they
do a hog, with a corn-cob in his mouth.
lt is said by geographers that
Chattanooga, where poor Mitchell made his cele
brated railroad exploit, was originally Uhatter
nooga, and so named front the immense quantity
of women in the neighborhood.
A young man on being asked by
his sweetheart what phonography was, took out
his pencil and wrote the following, telling her
that was phonography : ■'UH AB (j T, L N!”
(You are a beauty, Helen.)
A person abusing another to
Charles Bussell, said he was so insufferably dull
that if you said a good think he did not under
stand it. "Pray, sir,” said Charles, “didyou
ever try him ?”
The president of a debating so
ciety has recently decided that the “ milk of hu
man kindness” was literally milk punch, with a
little nutmeg in it.
- “ Sir, I will make you feel the
arrows of my resentment.” “ Ah, Miss, why
should I fear your arrows when you never had a
beau ?”
The most tender-hearted man we
ever heard of was a shoemaker, who always shut
his eyes and whistled when he ran his awl into a
•ole.
A garrulous barber happening to
be called on to shave a celebrated wit, asked
him, “ How shall I shave you, sir ?” “In si
lence,” was the reply.
“ I’ll take my pay in advance.”
said a landlady who lodged her friends on straw
beds. “No you don’t,” says Tom, “ I always
sleep on tick.”
What is the difference between
one who walks and one who looks up a flight of
stairs ? One steps up stairs, and the other stares
up steps.
A master bade his servant go
and see what time the sun-dial indicated. “ Why,
sir,” said the servant, “it is night.” “What
doe? .njatter ? Taftp a vandle,”
lt is said that the reason why
the Irish make better sailors than the Welsh is,
because they prefer a shamrock to a leak.
The young lady who eloped some
months since with a 44 gallant major,” has re
turned with a 4 * minor” in her arms.
—lt was a good piece of advice
given by a sergeant-at-law to a counsellor, that
be should not “ show anger, but show cause.”
'— When is a lady like a trout?
Mt k' 6^e a^es a ’b' that brings her to -the
Why is a bird like a greedy
creature?” Because it never eats less than a
peck.
Why should a quill pen never be
used in inditing secret matters ? Because it is
apt to split.
Ladies, please be sweet, but
don’t be too formal. Be roses, but don't be
primroses.
A great man is one who can
make his children obey him when they are out of
his sight.
When were the Union soldiers
all old countrymen ? When they were all Scott’t
men.
~ by is a trick of legerdemain
hke declining an offer of marriage ? Bacause it
is a sleigM-of-hand.
By putting its eye out, what
leaves nothing but a nose ? Noise.
Why is the sun like a good loaf ?
Because it’s light when it rises.
When is a fowl’s neck like a
bell? When it’s rung for dinner..
“I don’t remember having' seen
you before,” as the lawyer said to his conscience.
Never speak of a man’s virtues
before his face, nor of his vices behind his back.
“ Come, sheer off,” as the ram
said to the man who was cutting off his wool.
Why are darned stockings like
dead men ? Because they are men-ded.
Which is the left side of a plum
pudding ? That which is not eaten.
HviONARCHIEa
If republics are in trouble, monarchies are
not without their vicissitudes. Ten sovereign
families have been sent into exile within a few
years, and their representatives are now wan
dering over Europe.
The list opens with Don Miguel, uncle of
the late Queen of Portugal, who usurped his
little niece’s throne over thirty years ago, but
reigned only for a short time. Next in order
of time is the Count de Chambord, whom his
adherents call Henry the Fifth of France, and
who certainly represents the elder branch of
the Bourbons, deposed and exiled by the revo
lution of 1830. Then comes the representa
tive of Don Carlos, who would have been
King of Spain on the death of his elder bro
ther, Ferdinand VII., if the Salique law had
not been repealed, thereby allowing Isabella 11.
to reign.
After him appears the Duke of Brunswick,
dethroned with full consent of his guardian
and uncle, William IV. of England. The
Count de Paris, grandson of Louis Philippe of
France, and well-known here as the gallant
volunteer in the army of the peninsula, comes
next, the Orleans dynasty, which he repre
sents, having been overturned by the revolu
tion of 1848. Immediately follows the poet
king, Louis of Bavaria, well known to fame
and to Lola Montez, who was compelled to ab
dicate in March, 1848. In a batch, crowded
together, are the Grand Dukes of Tuscany,
Modena and Parma. Then comes Francis 11.,
of Naples, worthy successor of King Bomba,
who was dethroned by Garibaldi. Latest is
Otho 1., of Greece, who was recently rejected
with as little trouble as it would cost any of
oiir readers to civilly dismiss an indifferent ser
vant.
We might add to this list the Austrian Em
peror Ferdinand 1., who abdicated in favor of
his. nephew, the present Francis Joseph 1.,
when he found that preparations were on foot
to expel him without ceremony for imbecile
inefficiency. Here, too, should be mentioned
the Grand Duke of Monaco, in Italy, a small
but princely territory, governed by his (the
Grimaldi) family since the year 968, which
was sold to France last year by its princely
proprietor for four million francs. This makes
a baker’s dozen of sovereign princes who have
lost their sceptres within living memory, and
continue to live very handsomely upon the
property they had secured in advance on the
chance of a rainy day. Jt is extremly proba
ble that King William of Prussia will soon be
added to this corps of errant and extinguished
royalty,
——a
Mr. Seward and the Stage Coach
man —“ I was,” said Mr. Seward, while Gov
ernor of New York, “ the sole occupant of a
stage-coach, journeying to a distant town, and,
for the sake of companionship, took a seat
upon the driver’sbox. That individual was a
shrewd and sensible man of his class, and our
■ conversation ranged freely over a variety of
subjects, the politics of the day, however,
being predominant. After an hour or two
passed in agreeable discussion. I was ready to
be set down at my place of destination, and, on
taking leave of my colloquial friend, he ex
pressed a desise to know with whom he had
had the pleasure of conversing, I told him
' my name, and casually added that I was the
Governor. The man, instead ofbeingupset by
the latter announcement, or betraying any
compunctions on account of his late famili
arity, looked me boldly in the face, with an
audacious leer and a decided wink, and replied,
‘ That won’t do, sir ; you may be Mr. Seward,
but you ain’t the Governor : Thurlow Weed is
the Governor of New York.’ And do you
know,” continued tne Governor de jure, with
praiseworthy ingenuousness, “that I believe.,
the fellow really knew me.”
’ an Effective Rat-trap. —A corres
pondent from St. Louis to the Scientific Ameri
can says : He takes a small barrel aiid covers
I it with green hide, upon the fair and honest
I surface of which he nightly spreads a banquet,
■ to which all rats of high and low degree
straightway throng. This free lunch is con
tinued for a number of nights until the pests
aforesaid have come to look upon it as a settled
“ institution.” When this point in the plot is
achieved, two slits are cut in the hide at right
angles with each other, and the viands set as
before. Now when the doomed vermin rally
at night, all unsuspecting of disaster, they
leap immediately upon the treacherous skin
and fall plump in the water, with which the
barrel is half filled; once there, they swim to
a stone that rears its friendly summit above
the flood, and forthwith squeal vociferously.
Other rats, being socialists by nature, immedi
ately rush to the aid of their distressed fellow
sufferers, but by reason of the hide resuming
its normal position after the victim’s disap
pearance, the whole brood are involved in one
common ruin.
“A. Lincoln” Settles a Doubtful
Point.— The President has been breaking over
his nsual rule, and—perpetrating a joke !
It was known that the new levies would re
quire the appointment of a large additional
number of Brigadier and Major-Generals. The
applications and recommendations accordingly
poured in in immense numbers. One who
went over papers, assured me that they were
carried to the President for examination, by
the bushel basket full. His Excellency in ex
amining them one day, came upon one, where
in the claims of a certain worthy (not in the
service at all) ‘ ‘for a Generalship’' were glow
ingly set forth. The clerk, in examining this
had noted the fact that the applicant didn’t
specify whether he wanted to be Brigadier or
Major-General. The President observed the
difficulty in the mind of the clerk, and solved
it by a lucid indorsement. The clerk on re
ceiving the paper again, found written across
its back, *' Major-General, I reckon, .1. Lincoln.”
—Cincinnati Gazette.
The Fate of Horses in Australia.—
Talk of the nobility of the horse! Why, we
learn from reliable authority that Mr. Atkin
son, of Sophienburg, has taken a contract to
boil down 2,000 horses. There is no sale for
those animals; and the owner wants to sell
their oil, hides and hoofs, and thus get as much
for them as possible. The fate of Dibden’s
high-mettled races was illustrious compared
with the ignoble doom which awaits the horse
stock of the interior. The Fwild charger of
Australia’s burning plains may well envy the
European donkey his thistle.— lllaicarra (Aus
tralian) Express.
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