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ffcTJATEMAN’S MAGNETIC CANDY
JL> DROPS «’
“BATEMAN’S MAGNETIC CANDY DROPS I”
“ BATEMAN’S MAGNETIC CANDY DROPS 1”
WILL CURE
WILL CURE
WILL CURE
CONSUMPTION, CONSUMPTION, CONSUMPTION,
CONSUMPTION, CONSUMPTION, CONSUMPTION,
CONSUMPTION, CONSUMPTION, CONSUMPTION,
DYSPEPSIA,
CATARRH,
ASTHMA.
DYSPEPSIA,
CATARRH,
ASTHMA.
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
GIVE TONE TO THE STOMACH,
GIVE TONE TO THE STOMACH,
GIVE TONE TO THE STOMACH,
ELECTRIFY
AND
INVIGORATE
ELECTRIFY
AND
INVIGORATE
ELECTRIFY
AND
INVIGORATE
THE WHOLE SYSTEM 1
THE WHOLE SYSTEM !
THE WHOLE SYSTEM 1
PRICE 25 CENTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS.
PRICE 25 CENTS.
DRUGGISTS HAVE THEM.
DRUGGISTS HAVE THEM.
DRUGGISTS HAVE THEM.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE,
No. 767 BROADWAY, N. Y.
The Neto York Herald says :
•‘All■who are in POOR HEALTH, and would REGAIN
IT, and those who are in GOOD HEALTH, and wonld
RETAIN IT, should use
BATEMAN’S MAGNETIC CANDY DROPS.”
It can be PROVEN, beyond the POSSIBILITY OF A
DOUBT, by testimonials from people of the GREATEST
RESPECTABILITY, that
“BATEMAN’S MAGNETIC CANDY DROPS”
ARE EVERYTHING
WE CLAIM FOR THEM 1
I' PRUIT CURE.
1 A NEW DISCOVERY.
UNFERMENTED FRUIT-WINE.
It has long been observed that fruits, when ripe, have
healing power, and most physicians order them where the
patient is able to retain any food on the stomach.-
By a proper combination of the frnit juice, preserved
nnfermented ,we have a power able to reach any disease
in the human system, and force all humors from the body.
Scrofula, Erysipelas, Canker, Salt Rheum. Leprosy,
Small Pox, and all contagious diseases, Fevers, Sore
Throat, Bronchitis, Lung and Liver Complaints, Piles
Worms, Tumors, Cancers, and all Uterine Diseases, Male
and Female Weaknesses. Indigestion, Headache, Catarrh,
Asthma, Rheumatism, Weakness of the Bones, and In
flammation can be cured by this agency.
The wine is exceedingly pleasant to the taste, and the
stomach, in its weakest state will not reject it.
TABLE WINE.
This drink is prepared from the fruits and berries that
grow in this latitude, and will not intoxicate.
It has power to digest the food, stimulate the blood, and
give vigor to the sj stem.
Manufactured and for sale, wholesale and retail, by
FORT, BOWDOIN & CO., 28 Fourth avenue, opposite
Cooper Institute, New York.
SCROFULARIA.- GOD’S GREATEST
MEDICAL GlFT.—This sovereign purifier of the
blood eradicates every kind of Scrofula and all Mercury
from the system ; also cures Liver Complaint, Cancer,
Dropsy, Rheumatism, and all Skin Eruptions. Packages
S 3. $5 and $7 50. PILEWORT cures Pilts(gives immediate
relief,) $5. GRAVELLIA dissolves the Stone and Gravel,
and cures Prolapsis Uteri, $5. SARRACENIA cures Small
Pox, $2. All grown by me. Sent by express, with full Di
rections. W. R. PRINCE & CO., Flushing, L. I.
FOR THE PILES.—Dr. UPHAM’S VEG-
ETABLE ELECTUARY is a certain cure for Piles in
every form and condition. Fistulas, Fissures, and
Ulcerations of the bowels are the result of neglected or
badly-treated Piles. When afflicted with either of these
distressing and dangerous affections, the patient must con
sult the Doctor personally at his office, No. 387 Fourth st
The rery'tcphf cases of Piles, and all affections resulting from
this diszase, solicited for treatment. Dr. UPHAM is a
regular physician, has devoted special attention to this
class of affections for more than twenty years, and may
be consulted at any hqOr of the day, at his Medical Office,
No. 387 Fourth st., third door, from the Bowery, between
Bowery and Broadway.
ROGNOSTIC ASTRONOMY—DR. L.
D. BROUGHTON can be consulted in the above useful
and delightful science, on all affairs and contingencies of
human life, such as courtship, marriage, traveling, remov-
Dls,lawsuits.obtaining situations, recovering property, sick
ness, the welfare of absent friends, &c., Ac. Ladies, 50cts.
Ger tiemen, sl. Phrenological examinations made. For
further particulars, send for “ Broughton's Monthly Planet
Reader,” containing the nativities of Hon. W. H. Seward,
General Grant, and of General N. P. Banks; the Fate of
the Nation, Ac., Ac. Price, by mail, three cents. Tobe
had at book stores, and at the Office, No. 120 Greene st., 2d
door below Prince st., N. Y.
T ADIES, NO IMPOSITION.—MADAME
JLi BLANCH, the great European Clairvoyant and As
trologist has arrived. She was born with a natural gift
She tells your very thoughts, brings together those long
separated, and causes speedy marriages; tells yon the
name of the person you will marry, shows you a correct
likeness of your future husband or absent friend in reality.
Ladies, 25 cents. Gentlemen, 50 cents. No. 112 West 28th
street, near Seventh avenue.
The only genuine clairvoyant
and Astrologlst in the United States, who was born
with a natural gilt, and who is the lady who predicted the
{iresent war two years before it occurred, and many of its
ncidents which have since been verified. If you are in
trouble of any kind, caS.tfiid see her, for she can allay it;
if your partner in life is dissipated, she can reclaim him;
if you have a lawsuit, she can gain it for you; if you have
lost property or goods, she can recover them for you ; and
if you have serious trouble of any kind, no matter how
serious, call upon her. and you will never regret it. She
also prescribes for all diseases. N. B.— This lady has no
equal in this or any other city, and can refer to prominent
citizens in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, and
Jersey City. Lucky numbers given. This lady also manu
factures a wash called Chinese Hvso, an infallible remedy
for freckles, tan, sunburn, and all eruptions of the skin,
which it renders perfectly soft and smooth. It is highly
perfumed, and an elegant article for the toilet. Price 50c.
and 31 per bottle. If you will but try one bottle, you will
fully endorse this statement. Call at No. 193 East Thirty
third street, between First and Second avenues.
STAR PROPHETESS FROM THE EAST
is naturally gifted, and was born with a caul. Is one
of the few who foretell future events truly, as can be
proved by many who have consulted her on business and
affairs of life. Call in the Variety Store, No. 312 Mott st.,
between Bleecker and Houston sts. Price 25c.
ADAME RAY IS THE BEST CLAlß
voyant and Astrologlst in this city. She tells your
very thoughts, gives lucky numbers, and causes speedy
marriages. No. 260 Seventh avenue, near Twenty-seventh
street. Ladies, 25c.; Gentlemen, 50c.
Madame coles, no. 155 stanton
STREET, can be consulted on Love, Marriage,
Losses in Business, and all other relations of life. Luclcy
Numbers in Games of Chance are given, and Magic
Charms supplied.
Reception hours, from 6 A. M, to 8 P. M.
Madame harvey, no. 67 sheriff
STREET, near Rivington. Ladies, 25c. to 31. Gentle
men not admitted.
Come, maidens—come, wives,
And learn the futures of your lives.
I unfold the future.
And tell of the past;
Bring those long separated
1 Together at last.
Those who want riches,
Give me a call;
I have lucky numbers
For one- and for all.
a .4 K EIGHTH STREET.—Mrs. H. ROE
J“ DER is the onlv lady in this city who gives true
information on all affairs through life, particularly health,
•wealth, and marriage, love affairs, journevs, law suits,
business, sickness, absent friends
To know by signs, to judge the turns of fate,
Is greater than to fill the seat of State;
The ruling stars above by secret laws
Determine fortune is her second cause.
Thus in the heavens his future fate to learn,
The present, past, and future to discern.
Beware of imposition, and remember her residence. No.
145 Eighth street, basement, near Fourth Avenue. Office
hours from 12 to 6 P.M.
IVO IMPOSITION.—THE NEVER FAIL
ANr ING MADAME STARR, from Europe, who was born
with a natural gift. She consults on the past, present and
future, on all affairs of life, brings together those long sep
arated, causes speedy marriages, shows you a correct
likeness of your future husband or absent friends ; drunk
enness cured ; numbers free. Ladies, take notice—you
that have been deceived by false lovers, you that have
been unfortunate in life, call on this great European Clair
voyant and Astrologlst, for it is true facts which induce
her to say that her equal is not to be found, which is
proved and tested by hundreds who daily and eagerly
visit her. Caution, look out, good news for all. $5,000 re
ward for any one who can equal Madame Starr, the great
European Claiovoyant, in her profession or Skill. She
also tells you the name of the person you will marry. No
humbug. No. 101 East Seventeenth street, corner of Third
avenue. Name on the door. Gentlemen not admitted.
BONA FIDE ASTROLOGIST THAT
everv one can depend on, is Mme. WILSON, who
tells the object of your visit as soon as you enter. She
tells the past, present and future of your life, and warns
you of dangers, and brings success out of the most peril
ous undertakings. N. B.— Celebrated Magic Charms. No.
189 Allen street, between Houston and Stanton, over the
Bakery. Charges, for Ladies and Gentlemen, 50 cents.
ADAME ESTELLE, SEVENTH
Daughter, can be consulted on Love, Marriage, Sick
ness, Losses in Business, Lucky Numbers and Charms.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Ladies, 25 cents ; Gentlemen, 50
cents. Call at No. 114 Yarick street, near Broome.
*W HO WOULD NOT GO TO MAKE
V V their fortune? Go ye, one and all, to see Miss
WELLINGTON, the renowned English Prophetess, uni
versally acknowledged the best of all Astrologists, who
guarantees to secure to those who consult her health,
wealth and happiness, and warrants to impart to them
information of the utmost importance, relative to law
suits, journeys, absent friends, love, courtship, mar
riage, hidden treasures, enemies and troubles; in fact,
of all affairs in life. Braye soldiers, learn your doom of
glory, lite or death. If you seek your own prosperity
and felicity you’ll not delay to visit or address by letter
this highly gifted and beautiful young lady, at No. 101
Sixth avenue, opposite Eighth street. Miss w. is the only
person in this city who has the genuine Roman and Ara
bian talismans for love, good luck and business affairs—
warranted for life. Lucky numbers given, as also highly
respectable city reference. Drunkenness cured and un
faithful wives and husbands reclaimed.
OOlf HERE !—ARE YOU IN TROU
BLE?
Have you been deceived or trifled with ?
Have your fond hopes been blasted by false promises?
If so, go to MADAME ROSS for advice and satisfaction,
at v J n love affa^rs she was never known to fail.
Ehe brings together those long separated, and shows a cor
rect likeness of future husband or absent friend.
Lucky Numbers Frke. •
No. 98 W. TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET,
•kt Ai n Between Sixth and Seventh Avenues.
Name on the DoOr. Ring the Basement Bqll.
bailey;
• DEALER IN COAL,
No. 236 SEVENTH STREET.
N. B.—Orders punctually attendedto.
Baum & gotty,
DEALERS IN
POULTRY, GAME, VENISON
And MELONS in their Season, *
Nos. 202 and 203 WASHINGTON MARKET,
New York.
HOTELS, STEAMBOATS "and FAMILIES SUPPLIED.
JOHN G. Bauk, Residence No. 27 Dominick st.
Tnos. Gqbty, Residence No. 187 W. 17th st
IMPORTANT
tstoti ch.
WARRANTED IN AIL CASES I
IT CAN BE RELIED ON !
IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE 1
IT DOES NOT NAUSEATE i
IT IS SPEEDY IN ACTION 1
NO CHANGE OF DIET IS REQUIRED I
IT DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH BUSINESS
PURSUITS I
IT CAN BE USED WITHOUT DETECTION !
I’PWIRD OF 200 CASES THE PAST MOA’TH !
Some of them very severe cases.
IT IS ADAPTED FOR MALE AND FEMALE,
Old or Young.
BELL’S SPECIFIC PILLS
Are the Original and Only Genuine Specific PilL
OVER ONE HUNDRED PHYSICIANS
Have used them in their' practice and dll speak well of their
efficacy, and approve of their composition, which is entirely
vegetable and harmless on the system.
HUNDREDS OF CERTIFICATES CAN BE SHOWN.
Are the only reliable remedy for effecting a perm an en
and speedy cure in all cases of
SPERMATORRHEA, OR SEMINAL WEAKNESS,
With all its tram of evils, such as Urethral and Vaginal
Discharges, Gleet, The Whites, Nightly or Involuntary
Emissions, Incontinence, Genital Debility and Ir
ritability, Impotence, Weakness or Loss ot
Power, Nervous Debility, &c., &c., all of
which arise, principally, from Sexual
Excesses or Self-Abuse, or some
constitutional derangement, and
incapacitates the sufferer
from fulfilling the
duties of
MARRIED LIFE I
In all Sexual Diseases, as
GONORRHEA, GLEET, AND STRICTURE, AND IN
DISEASES OF THE BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
THEY ACT AS A CHARM !
BELIEF IS EXPERIENCED BY TAKING A SINGLE
BOX I
PRICE ONE DOLLAR!
Sold by D.’S. BARNES, No. 202 Broadway; WM. GRAY,
No. 801 Broadway; H. OAKLEY, Park Row; F. C. WELLS
& Co., Franklin st, and by Druggists generally.
They will be sent by mail, securely sealed, on receipt of
the money by
J. BRYAN, M. D.,
No. 76 Cedar street, N. Y.,
Consulting Physician for the treatment of Seminal,
Urinary, Sexual, and Nervous Diseases, who will send
free, to all, the following valuable work:
THE FIFTIETH THOUSANDDr. Bell’s
Treatise on Self-Abuse, Premature Decay, Impotence and'
Loss of Power, Sexual Diseases, Seminal Weakness. Nightly
Emissions, Genital Debility, &c.,&c. A pamphlet of fifty
pages, containing important advice to the afflicted, and
which should be read by everv sufferer, as the means of
cure in the severest stages is plainly set forth. Two
stamps to pay postage.
J MPORTANT TO LADIES.
“GREAT AMERICAN REMEDY.”
irfal aw Mft aB ft JEW
Which have never yet failed (when the directions have
been strictly followed) in removing diffi
culties arising from
OBSTRUCTION, OR STOPPAGE OF NATURE,
Or m restoring the system to perfect health when suffer
ing from Spinal Affection, Prolapsus Uteri, the Whites, or
ether weakness of the Uterine Organs. The Pills are per
fectly harmless on the constitution, and may be taken by
the most delicate female without causing distress ; at the
same time
THEY ACT AS 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
obstruction may arise. They should, however, NOT be
taken the first three or four months of pregnancy, though
safe at any other time, as miscarriage would be the result.
Each box contains 60 Pills. PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
DR. HARVEY’S TREATISE ON DISEASES OF FE
MALES, PREGNANCY, MISCARRIAGE, BARREN
NESS, STERILITY, REPRODUCTION, and ABUSES
OF NATURE,
And emphatically the LADIES’ PRIVATE MEDICAL
ADVISER, a pamphlet of fifty pages, sent free to any ad
dress. Six cents required to pay the postage.
The Pills and Book will be sent by mail, confidentially,
yhen desired, securely sealed, and prepaid, on receipt
of money by
J. BRYANT, M. D., General Agent,
No. 76 Cedar street, New York.
Sold by D. S. BARNES, No. 202 Broadway ; WM. GRAY,
No. 301 Broadway: H. OAKLEY, Park Row ; F. C,
WELLS & CO., Franklin st., and by Druggists generally,
rp ii e
NEW AND IMPORTANT DISCOVERY FOR THE
CURE OF DEAFNESS.
DISCHARGES FROM THE EAR
AND
PARTIAL DEAFNESS
exclusively and successfully treated by
DR. BARTX'B'ST,
No. 10 CLINTON PLACE,
t
NEW YORK,
The only acknowledged Aurist in the United States who
generously offers to attend all persons suffering from
Affections of the Ear without charge until cured, thereby
proving his success unequaled, and protecting the Deaf
from being swindled by paying self-styled aurists exorbitant
fees in advance, and the infliction of yet more serious evils
by permitting the.application of dangerous remedies by
inexperienced and unskillful hands.
Deafness, noise in the head, and all disagreeable dis
charges from the ear speedily and permanently removed
without causing the least pain or inconvenience. A cure
in all cases guaranteed where malformation does not
exist.
Thirteen years' close and undivided attention to this
branch of special practice has enabled him to reduce his
treatment to such a degree of success as to find the most
confirmed and obstinate cases yield by a steady attention
to the means prescribed.
Persons suffering from any disease or derangement of
the organ of special sense, may command the services of
Dr. HARTLEY without the chagrin and mortification of
seeing their names and diseases paraded in a public news
paper.
Office and residence. No. 10 Clinton Place, a few doors
west of Broadway. Reception hours from 9to 4 o’clock.
Consultation and examination free.
SUCCESS!
DRUNKENNESS CURED
BY
DR. ZELL'S FAMOUS REMEDY,
which is so compounded that it may be given (unknown
to the Drinker) in Coffee, Tda. or L'iquor. Sent by Mail?
Agents : Dr. Homan, No. 68 Division street, and Mrs.
Beach, No. 214 Eighth avenue, New York ;Jos. W. Hayes,
No. 175 Fulton street, Brooklyn ; and Dr. William T. Mer
cer, No. 214 Broad street, Newark, N. J. Price One Dol
lar. Dr. Zell's original price, on introducing it into the
United States, was Five Dollars per package ; after many
urgent requests from various Darts of the country, it has
been reduced to ONE DOLLAR Box.
YRACUSE MEDICAL DISPENSARY.
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
- For the relief of the misguided and imprudent
votary of false pleasure, who, finding that he has
imbibed the seeds of a certain loathsome disease, is, from
ill-timed sense of shame, deterred from applying to a Phy
sician whose knowledge and experience can alone be
friend him in distress ,
TO YOUNG MEN!
We also pledge ourselves to entirely remove the effects
of Secret Habits, Seminal Weakness, Ac., by simple local
application, easy to be used, causing no pain or inconve
nience. No emissions occur after the first application.
Address by mall as below.
All diseases peculiar to Females treated on scientific
principles.
FRENCH PATENT MALE SAFE.
It is perfectly safe and never fails to give satisfaction.
It is the only safe and sure preventive against pregnancy
and disease. The price of the French Patent Male Safe.—
Two for sl. or $5 per doz. Sent by mail.
Just published. Two Books in One, on PRIVATE DIS
EASES AND DISEASES OF FEMALES. The nature,
treatment and radical cure of Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness, Involuntary
Emissions and Impotencv, resulting from self abuse, Ac.
Also, reliable advice in relation to marriage, Conception,
and the means by which it may be avoided, if necessary,
and other matters of vital importance to the married or
those contemplating marriage.
The knowledge therein contained is not to be found in
any other work ever published, nor obtainable from any
other source whatever.
Price 25 cents. Sent to any address on receipt of price
of its value in stamps.
Persons who. after reading this work, are not satisfied
that it is worth at least four times its price, cau have the
money refunded. Address
8. M. DISPENSARY,
„ Drawer 100, Syracuse, N. Y.
Or apply to Dr. C- S. GOFF, Consulting Physician of the
Institution, Office No. 10 Wieting Hall, (opposite the Syra
cuse House.) Syracuse, N. Y.
Ladies should consult mrs.
WORCESTER, No. 539 Hudsc n street, who has had, 18
years’ experienc as Midwife. She attends Ladies and
Children at their residence, er will furnish rooms with
board for ladies in confinement, and every attention paid
to their comfort and happiness. Ladies in trouble willdo
well to consult Mrs. W. who has received a thorough med
cal eduoKtion. Consultation free- JMonts adopted. ew» 1
®JQRS. BELMONT
A Co,
Recently re: ur.led frum Eu
rope, and fro n visiting over
Fifty Hospitals in variou.i
parts of the World, and ac
quiring a degree of skill in
the medical profession unsur-
Dassed, Have opened their Of
fices at No. 767 BROADWAY,
corner of Ninth st. Six private f
rooms—the patient unseen by / \
any except the practising Phy- f 1
sician. Also, confidential con- I gJf I
sultation and treatment by I /
communication in all the mod- \
ern languages throughout the .
United States ana Canadas.
OFFICE HOURS, from 8 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Sundays, from 9 to 12 A. M.
DR. JEFFRIES’ ANTIDOTE,
And RING’S ROSE INJECTION,
Will positively cure certain diseases of the sexual organs.
Circulars free on application. Prepared only by THOMAS
STARR, successor to C. H. Ring, No. 142 Fulton st., Y.
Sold by T. T. Green, cor. Broadway and Fourteenth st.,
and Druggists and News Dealers generally.
FIIHE CONCENTRATED CURE,
I THE CONCENTRATED CURE.
The only reliable remedy for Nervous Debility, Organic
Wtaknoes, Ae . Ac. Price, per vial, sl. Sent free by mail.
Send for a pamphlet. Address u. k. bijTsb & c o .,
No. 493 Broadway, New York.
Sold by Druggists everywhere.
A CERE FOR ALL THE LADIES,
at MAD. PARSALLE’S LYING IN ASYLUM.—La
dies whose health will not permit an increase of family,
the Madame would offer her never-failing preventative.
Also, those who are troubled with ■weakness, and wish to
become mothers, would do well to call, or address by let
ter, inclosing postage-stamp for postage. All confidential.
MADAME PARSALLE, No. 741 Greenwich st
PILES ! PILES ! DR. WITFIELD’S
Vegetable Pills are warranted certain cure for Fis
tula, Blind and Bleeding Piles. The following gentlemen
have been cured : W, L. Stiles, Esq., No. 229 Broadway;
H. Hughes, Esq , No. 117 Spring st; W. J. Fisher, Esq., No.
544 Broome st.; numerous ladies and gentlemen, whose,
addresses can be had at our office. Price 50 cents per box.
Fold at all Druggists. J. YOUNG, Sole Proprietor, No. 481
Broadway.
TVf ADAME RESTELL, FEMALE PHY-
Jj.il SICIAN and PROFESSOR OF MIDWIFERY, who
has successfully treated all diseases of Females for thirty
years, can be consulted, as usual, at No. 162 Chambers st.,
or by letter, and medicine sent by mail.
Her FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS are the only medicine
married or single ladies can rely upon with safety and
certainty for removing obstructions, suppressions, &c., &c.,
from whatever cause.
Price 31 per box. Sold at No. 162 Chambers st, and 127J4
liberty’ st., and No. 403 Hudson street, N. Y., No. Grand
Street, WilHamsburgh. and No. 175 Fulton street, Brook
lyn. 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.
GAL'TION.—AII others purporting to be “ Female Month
ly Pills” are counterfeits.
Her valuable Preventive for Married Ladies, whose
health or circumstances forbid a too rapid increase of
family, price SlO, can be sent by mail.
N. B.—Ladies who desire to avail themselves of Madame
Restell’s valuable, certain and safe mode of removing ob
structions. suppressions, &c., &c.. from whatever cause,
without the use of medicines or instruments, can do so at
one interview. Ladies from a distance can rvtiuu the
same day.
MADAME RESTELL,
Female Physician and Accoucheur,
No. 162 CHAMBERS ST,. New York City.
F ADIES’ IRREGULARITY.—CompIete
JI J rc establishing of MONTHLY PERIODS warrant
ed. Perfect cure of all kinds of female diseases produced
by any cause, such as Leucorrhea, Fluor Albus, etc.
Freckles and all diseases of the skin totally banished.
Instant cure or Toothache. DR. GAB. WOLFF, No. 188
Seventh street. Btol2 A. M., and 6to BP. M.
TVT AD. DESPARD’S FEMALE MONTH
JJa LY PILLS are the only medi«ine 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 removing
obstructions, suppressions, <fcc., &c., without the use of
medicine, can do so at one Interview. Residence, No. 101
SIXTH AVENUE, opposite Bth st.
CAUTION TO LADIES—MADAME
RESTELL, Female Physician, No. 162 Chambers st,
deems it her duty to caution ladies against impostors, who
appropriate her advertisements, word for word, merely
substituting some ignorant and wholly irresponsible per
son as “Madame.”
These persons have spurious “Female Monthly Pills”
and other poisonous compounds to deprive the unwary or
easily-duped as well of their means as of their health.
That ladies may avoid these impositions, Madame Res
tell feels called upon to give this caution.
DR. HENRY DETECTS DISEASES,
and asks no questions ; cures all forms in the short
est possible time. Consultations and examinations free of
charge.
OFFICE, No. 101 BLEECKER STREET,
corner of Green, near Broadway, New York.
R. 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
can be sent by mail to any part of the United States er
Canada, two for sl, and 35 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
immediate removal of Obstructions, Irregularities, Ac.
They should not Ite 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 oniy at my office.
fQTIHE ELECTIO PREVENTIVE,” Pa-
JL 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
ouse pills and nostrums which have hitherto been used by
so many. The “ Elective Preventive” is specially 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 ba 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<cost returned. Ij 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
White 5,., New York city. Country bills received at par.
IVTANHOOD PRESERVED without the
fi. injury resulting from internal medicines.
SELF CURE.—Spermatorrhoea, Impotency, Involuntary
Nocturnal or Diurnal Emissions, or more properly known
as Seminal Weakness, Nervous Debility. Low Spirits, Las
situde, Weakness of the Back and Limbs, 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
PROFESSGR 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
day.
These instruments must be worn day and night, accord-
Dg to the severity of the complaint, which can be done
without pain, interference to business pursuits, or discov
ery by the most intimate friend or bed-rellow.
The PERINEUM COMPRESS and URETHRAL SUP
PORTER is forwarded 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.
DR. LINES CAN BE~ QONSULTED ON
ALL DISEASES OF FEMALES, WITH UNPARAL
LELED SUCCESS, at No. 151 East 13th st., near 2d Ave.
DR HUNTER’S MEDICAL 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.
DUVAL’S LADIES’ FRENCH MOXA*
A HIGHLY REFINED MEDICATED APPLIANCE
&c. (PROTECTED BY LETTERS PATENT J for the in£
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 injurv 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
“Ecole de Medichie ” 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, &c., you have forwarded, performed the euro, etc.
I would not be without it for 3501; you have no idea of the
comfort I derive from it,” etc. Forwarded to any address
on receipt of $2. Address Surgical and Medical Agency, 48
White street. New York city. 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 IGOth
edition of his valuable book entitled “The Married Wo
man’s 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 sl. and addressing Box 1224. New York city. For
sale at No. 1 Vesey street, (later House,) and ho. 18 Anu
street.
THE LADIES’ FRIEND IN NEED?Z
The UTERINE PROTECTIVE, for Suppression of the
Menses. Safe and Certain. Pregnant females ought not to
use it, as it would cause miscarriage. Mailed, with direc
tions, on receipt of sl.
Dr. CHANNING. No. 16Lispenardst. New York.
D~R. COX’S JAPAN SECRET, OR~FE
MALE REGULATOR.—This is the oniy remedy that
Females can rely on with safety—it has the extraordinary
power ofnreventing an increase of offspring.
CAUTION.—Ladies who are pregnant arc forbidden em
ploying this remedy, as it will certainly bring on miscar
riage. It is sure, reliable, and unfailing. Ladies, never
be without it I—it is your best friend. Ladies desirous to
learn Dr. Cox’s mode of treating irregularities without the
use of medicine, but one interview will be necessary to
impart the secret to them. Thispreparation, with full
directions, sent to any part of the U? S. and Canada.
N. B.—Dr. Cox win refer to ladies that have been under
his treatment, and physicians, to the safety of his mode of
treatment A. E. COX, M. D.,
Physician for FHMAr.Es,
No. 67 Carmine st, near Bleecker. N. Y.
Madame grindle, female
sician and Midwife, can be confidentially consulted
on all the diseases to which her sex is liable. Iler services
san be engaged to attend ladies within a reasonable dis
tance from the city. Convenient rooms are provided
for invalids and those about to be confined, where the
utmost secrecy is observed, and where the children can
always be adopted to good homes.
Ladies will find it greatly to their advantage to give her
a call and save a lifetime of misery.
Cail at No. 6 Amitj Place, between Bleecker and Amity
Btreeta ,
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
WORD OF WARNING
To those whu have boen4ong suffering from diseases
of a PRIVA TE NATURE : Call ar once on
DR LEWIS,
AT L’IS PRIVATE MEDICAL OFFICE,
No. 7 BEACH STREET,
Bet Vanek ana West Broadway,
NEW YORK.
For want of a well-qualified physician, many a youth,
who started fairly on the voyage of life, has been irre
trievably wrecked on the shoals and quicksands which
beset his course.
Dr. Lewis, the celebrated Liverpool and Parisian Physi
cian, in extensive practice for upward of fifteen years,
member of the Royal College of Surgeons of London,
author of Medicine, Reformed and Unreformed, Mvsteries
of Man, kc., continues to be confidentially consulted in ail
cases requiring skill, promptitude and experience, includ
ing Syphilis in all stages, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Sperma
torrhoea. Exhaustion, Nervous and Physical Debility; all
Female Diseases, including Fluor Albus or Whites, Ab
i sence of Menses, Profuse and Painful Menstruation, Green
Sickness, Hysterics, Ac.
I Persons consulting Dr. Lewis may rely upon the most
I inviolable secresy ana strictly professional confidence. The
i diffidence of most-persons suffering from any of the above
calamities is too often the cause of neglect. The convic
tion that their infirmities would be known, particularly by
those with whom they may come frequently in contact,
accounts for the endurance of evils which might be com
pletely removed by timely and judicious treatment. It
should be remembered that one visit to a Medical man,
who is qualified and habituated to the practice, will be
the best method of avoiding future misery. The leading
principle of Dr. Lewis’s system is a speedy and perfect
cure, without preventing the patient from attending to
his ordinary avocations, and by means whereby the strict
est secrcsy can be secured. In all cases, an early applica
tion is ot the utmost importance, as diseases of this nature,
if neglected or maltreated, speedily assume the most
frightful character, and lead to the most disastrous results.
As my treatment has been uniformly successful in many
thousands of cases, the reader may more confidently an
ticipate for himself the same beneficial result.
The following Medicines are sold only by the Proprietor,
Dr. Lewis, at his Physiopathic Dispensary, No. 7 Beach
street, between Varick street and West Broadway, N. Y.
Dr. LEWIS’
CORDIAL BALM OF LIFE
Is the great European remedy for the cure of Spermator
rha-a. Exhaustion, Nervousness, Debility, Aversion to and
Incapacity for Society, Shaking of the Hands and Limbs,
Indigestion, Shortness of Breathing, Consumption, Dim
ness of Sight, Pain in the Back and Loins, Eruptions,
Scurvy, Scrofula, and all diseases acquired by infection or
excess—for which Mercury, Sarsaparilla, &c., are not only
given in vain, but often to the utter destruction of the suf
ferer’s health. Its almost marvelous powers must be felt
to be believed. Hundreds of apparently hopeless cases
which have been given up by the faculty have been speed
ily cured, and many thousands have derived most marvel
ous relief, when every other remedy has most signally
failed. The Cordial Balm of Life is the result of long prac
tical investigation of the remedies best adapted for those
and other diseases, arising from vicious habits or excess ;
and in addition to the great test of experience, it has re
ceived the sanction of the highest medical authorities in
Europe, as entirely superseding those questionable reme
dies which have too long been the sole reliance of the
medical men of this country. To be had at the
PHYSIOPATHIC DISPENSARY, No. 7 BEACH ST.,
New York.
DR. "LEWIS’
FRENCH VENEREAL PILLS
Are mild and effectual in their operation, require no re
straint in diet, loss of time, or hindrance in business, pos
sessing the power ot eradicating every symptom of disease
in its worst stages. One trial will convince the most skep
tical of their surprising properties. Slight cases cured in
two days, or prevented ii application is made in time. To
be had only of the proprietor, No. 7 Beach street. N. Y.
Price 3100 per box.
DR. LEWIS’
PERUVIAN WAFERS
Are well known throughout Europe to be the most certain
and effectual cure ever discovered for every stage and
symptom of Secret Disease, including Secondary Symp
toms, Strictures, Seminal Weakness, and all diseases of the
Urinary Passages, without loss of time, confinement, or
hindrance from business. They have effected most sur
prising cures, not only in recent and most severe cases,
but when salivation and all other means have failed ; and
when an early application is made to Dr. Lewis for the
cure of a certain disorder, frequently contracted in a mo
ment of inebriety, the eradication is generally completed
in a few days ; and in more advanced and inveterate
stages of Secret Infection, characterized by a variety of
painful and distressing symptoms, a perseverance in their
use (without restraint in diet or exercise) will insure to the
patient a permanent and radical euro To be had only of
the Proprietor, Dr. Lewis, at his Physiopathic Dispensary,
No. 7 Beach street, New York.
THE FEMALE MONTHLY TONIC.
It has been Dr. L.’s study for many years to be able to
produce an infallible remedy for Absence of Menses, and
painful and profuse Menstruation. This is at last accom
plished. This Tonic contains no dangerous ingredients,
but is purely vegetable. It can be taken by the most deli
cate, and needs only a trial to convince the sufferer of its
merits. Ladies under pregnancy should not use it
Dr. Lewis continues to direct lilsstudies to those dreadful
debilities arising from the too free and indiscriminate indul
gence of the passions, which not only occasion a numerous
train of nervous affections, and entail all the enervating im
becilities of old age, but weaken and destroy all the bodily
senses, occasioning loss of imagination, judgment and
memory, indifference and aversion to all pleasures, the
necessity of renouncing the felicity of marriage, and the
most distressing state ot debility or deficiency. Whether
the consequences of such baneful practices are excessive
drinking or any other cause, Dr. Lewis offers a firm, safe,
and speedy restoration to sound and vigorous health.
ON ONANISM ANDITS CONSEQUENCES.
The term masturbation, manus, the hand, and stupro, I
defile, is the term more usually employed to express the
idea intended to be conveyed in Holy Writ. The term
onanism, however, more strikingly expresses both the de
structive and disgusting habit, as well as the punishment
entailed on it.
The local symptoms and effects produced by this vice are
various; but, fortunately, to the patient himself easily un
derstood and unmistakable. I do not say all the symp
toms here following will exhibit themselves in the case of
every Onanist; but two or three, or sometimes even one,
is sufficiently indicative, and may be accepted by the suf
ferer as an emphatic warning that not oniy cessation of the
practice, but skillful medical treatment is also needful to save
him from the fearful consequences of his folly. Let my
readers note the symptoms, and the remembrAiico will
perhaps hereafter assist them to account for much of the
sufferings they meet with amongst then 1 acquaintances,
and “in the wide, wide world.” The diseases which are
consequent upon this excess are those which arc depend
ent on the nervous system, namely, Paralysis, Apoplexy,
Consumption. Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Organs of
Vision, particularly Nycttalopia, and those specks or dark
spots which float before the eye, which physicians call
Muscte volitantes. Diseases of the heart are greatly aggra
vated by excess in venereal indulgence.
Jealousy is another feature ot this abominable practice.
Many a family is made miserable from no apparent cause.
The green-eyed monster will stoutly take possession of the
sufferer’s mind, and cause him to be a curse both to him
self and all that come in contact with him. To parents I
would say, Guard and watch your children. If I succeed
in rescuing one individual from this soul-polluting vice,
my time and labor will be amply rewarded, imaglife a
fellow being howling in the darkness of the night in the
rage and blasphemy of coming madness : recoiling in hor
ror from the consolation of religion, and dashing his muti
lated carcase about to recover a resting-place, which at
last he discovers in the grim tyrant Death. Oh! let this
picture be ever present to the eyes of the youth who is
tempted to enter on this abandoned course, and remember
that one ounce of this seminal fluid is equivalent to forty ounces o
blood.
NOTICE.
The Doctor having for many years devoted his attention
to the cure of the various diseases mentioned, may be per
sonally consulted at his Physiopathic Dispensary, No. 7
Beach street, New York, daily, from 8 in the morning till
9 at night, and on Sunday? from 9 till 1 A. M.
Country patients, Ac., may correspond by letter, stating
full particulars of their case, enclosing a reasonable fee,
when the medicine can be sent in a neat package to any
Sart of the United States or Canada, by express, as or
ered.
Address,
Dr. LEWIS,
No. 7 BEACH STREET,
Between Varick st and West Broadway, New York.
TVTANHOOD and the VIGOR of YOUTH
restored in FOUR WEEKS by Dr. RICORD’S ES
SENCE OF LIFE.—Dr. RICORD, of Paris, after years of
earnest solicitations, has at length acceded to the urgent
request of the American public, and appointed an AGENT
in NEW YORK for the sale of his valued and highly-prized
ESSENCE OF LIFE.
This wonderful agent will restore manhood to the most
shattered constitution, whether arising from excesses, self
abuse, the effects of climate, or natural causes. The time
required to cure the most inveterate case is four weeks ;
and, if used according to the printed instructions (which
are very simple), failure is impossible.
This life-restoring remedy should be taken bv all about
to marry, as its effects are permanent. It is ackno wledgcd
by the medical press to be the greatest discovery ever
made. Its developing powers are miraculous.
Success in every case is as certain as that science over
throws ignorance.
Dr. RICORD S ESSENCE OF LIFE is sold in coses, with
full instructions for use, at 33, or four quantities in one for
$9; and will be sent to any part, carefully packed, on re
ceipt of remittance, by his accredited agent, PHILIP RO
LAND, No. 447 Broome st, one door west of Broadway,
New York.
PRIVATE CONSULTATION—
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, No. 3 Division street. Charges moderate, and a
cure guaranteed. Separate rooms, so that the patient sees
no one but the Doctor himself. Inviolate secrecy in every
instance. His great remedy, Dr. HUNTER’S RED DROP,
cures certain diseases, when regular treatment and all
other remedies fail ; cures without dieting or restriction
in the habits of the patient ; cures without the disgusting
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
win accomplish. Its value in this respect has become so
well known, that scientific men in every department ef
medical knowledge begin to appreciate it, tor hardly a
week passes that he is not consulted bv 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 attacked 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, ana cannot be obtained genuine any
where but at the <fld office, No. 3 Division street. Boek of
300 pages for nothing.
DR. LOUIS TARQUARE’S VULCAN-
IZED Parisian Sates are offered to those whose
health 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
32, twelve for S 3, eighteen for $4, thirty for 35, seventy for
$lO. Country dealers supplied wholesale at a libe.ral dis
count, with circulars ad to facilitate sales. Ad
dress Louis Tarquare, care Medical and Surgical Agency,
No. 58 Whitest.,N. Y.
DR. GRINDLE, FEMALE PHYSICIAN
and ACCOUCHEUR, No. 6 Amity Place, between
Bleecker and Amity streets, makes it his special practice
to treat all Female Complants, from whatever cause pro
duced.
Ladles suffering from Female Weakness should immedi
ately consult Dr. Grindle, who guarantees a positive cure
m every ca»e. A consultation (which costs nothing) will
satisfy the patient that this is not boasting but positive
truth. No pay unless actually eurod. Patients at a dis
tance can consult by letter, and have the medicine sent by
mail.
Office hours from 10 A. M., to 10 P. M.
R. COX’S GREAT FEMALE PRE
VENTIVE for Married Ladies. This Preventive
will be found of especial value to those whose means,
health or circumstances do not permit them to increase
their family without great suffering or periiaps risk of
life. This preparation is a new, safe instrument, and can
not injure the health of the most delicate. Pregnant fe
males must not use the Preventive, as it will be most cer
tain to produce miscarriage. Commuication strictly con
fidential. Excellent rooms, fitted up in style, for accom
modation of ladies. Office hours from 9A.M.t07 P. M.
A. E. COX, M. D.,
Physician fob Frmalrs,
No. 67 Carmine street, near Bleecker street, N. Y.
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
yean established
LADIES-
MRS. E. MUNROE, ELECTRICIAN.
S 0.181 WOOSTER STREET,
Nsw York.
DR. WARD & CO.’S PRIVATE MEDI-
CAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, No. 12 LAIGHT
street, near Canal street, two square. l ? west from Broad
way, New York. Established in 1850, for the permanent
cure of all Chronic and Private Diseases. Permanent
eure guaranteed or no pay. Consultations, by letter or
otherwise, FREE. TO THE AFFLICTED 1 Suffer not,
When a cure is guaranteed in all stages of Secret Diseases
—Self-Abuse, Nervous Debility, Syphilis in all its stages,
Strictures, Gleet, Gravel. Diabetes, Diseases of the Kid
neys and Bladder, Mercurial Rheumatism, Scrofula, Pains
In the Bones and Ankles, Diseases of the Lungs, Throat,
Nose and Eyes, Ulcers upon the body or limbs, Cancers,
Dropsy, Epileptic Fits, St. Vitus’ Dance, and all diseases
arising from a derangement of the sexual organs—such
as Nervous Trembling, Loss of Memory, Loss of Power,
General Weakness,'Dimness of Vision, with peculiar spots
appearing before the eyes. Loss of Sight, Wakefulness,
Dyspepsia, Liver Diseases, Eruptions upon the Face, Pains
in the Back and Head, Female irregularities—and all im
proper discharges of both sexes. It matters not from what
cause the disease origiuated, however long standing or
obstinate the case, recovery is certain, and in a shorter*
time than a permanent cure can be effected by any other
treatment, even after the disease has baffled the skill of
eminent physicians, and resisted all their means of eure.
The medicines prescribed are pleasant, without odor, en
tirely vegetable, causing no sickness, and free from mer
cury or balsam.
Communications, by letter, will be kept strictly private.
The nature and duration of the disease must be plainly
stated ; also the age of the patient.
Please can or address Dr. WARD & CO., No. 50Lisne
nard street, between Broadway and Church street, New
York.
Found at last.—the only safe,
certain, and sure remedy for either single or mar
ried ladies, in regulating or removing all obstructions,
and always successful as a preventive—Dr. POWERS’
FRENCH PERIODICAL DROPS. Therefore, every lady
should use them. Over two thousand bottles have been
sold without a single failure, when taken as directed, and
without the least injury to health. Remember, this medi
cine is designed expressly for obstinate cases, which all
other remedies ofthe kind have failed to cure ; also, it is
warranted as represented, in every resepct. Office, No.
50 Lispenard street, between Broadway and Church st.
Female afflictions.—dr. pow-
ERS desires to inform ladies that he is prepared to
devote himself particularly to those afflictions peculiar to
their sex. Having made this branch of medical science
his specialty for twenty years, and having the most ap
proved surgical instruments to be procured, he is fully
prepared to treat, medically and surgically, all afflictions
to which females are subject.
Dr. POWERS has rooms fitted up in excellent style for
the accommodation of ladles, and the strictest confidence
will be preserved.
Office, No. 50 Lispenard street, between Broadway ana
Church street. Office hours for ladies, from 10 A. M. till
8 P. M.
THE NEW EUROPEAN REMEDY FOR
LADIES.—AN EXTRAORDINARY MODERN DIS
COVERY.—DR. POWERS’ FRENCH PERIODICAL
DROPS. The great desideratum so much sought for, in
fallible in all cases of Female Difficulties, superseding all
poisonous drugs and dangerous remedies which cause
such prolonged suffering after their use, and at the times
inflict an irreparable injury. The object of THE FRENCH
PERIODICAL DROPS is to obviate all such untoward in
fluences and effects. The perfect chemical combinations
based upon scientific principles, of this Supreme Remedy
for Ladies ; its infallible effects are the result of the deep
research and superior skill of the celebrated Dr. POW
ERS, of No. 12 Laight street. Why will ladies give their
money for worthless instruments, and, above all, why
submit to dangerous operations in cases of irregularities
when THE FRENCH PERIODICAL DROPS are a remedy
entirely free from all the objections referred to ? Female
obstructions are speedily removed thereby.
Female Diseases which have hitherto been considered
incurable, have, in the hands of this celebrated practi
tioner, Dr. Powers, become perfectly simple. The deli
cate structure and complicated arrangement demand the
all-seeing eye of Science to unravel the mysterious work
ings of Disease on so tender an object as the Fenvale Sys
tem. Many a mother s heart has been made to leap with
joy under the restorative effects of Dr. Powers’ Period
ical Drops. Nature has provided in him a friend of the
poor invalid. Females, consult him early, and your
friends and society will bless you for so doing.
Married ladies will always find in Dr. Powers a confid
ing friend, and it is for their best interest to consult him
before tampering with noxious drugs. Dr. Powers is a
skillful surgeon, a renowned physician, and a gentleman
of acknowledged medical ability.
Communications strictly confidential. Send for a bottle
of his PERIODICAL DROPS. One trial will convince,
and never afterwards will you use any other. All orders
addressed to Dr. POWERS, No. 50 Lispenard street, be
tween Broadway and Church street, will receive prompt
attention.
Good nurses and board supplied to those who desire to
remain lor treatment. This is the largest Medical Llotab
lishment in the State.
DR. POWERS’FRENCH PREVENTIVE.
An entirely new invention, and the greatest of the
age, to limit tlie number of offspring, without detriment to
the constitution, where health ur circumstances do not
permit an increase of family. Those who have used them
are never without them. The only safe and sure invention
against pregnancy and disease. Price, $3 per dozen. Sent
free of postage to any pai t of the United States or Canada.
All orders addressed to Dr. POWERS, No. 50 Lispenard
street, between Broadway and Church street, New York,
will meet prompt attention.
THE VIGOR OF YOUTH IS RESTORED
IN THREE WEEKS BY DR. POWERS’ ESSENCE
OF LIFE OR INVIGORATING ELIXIR, and Dr. Powers’
Radical Pills or Physical These wonderful
agents restore manhood to the most shattered constitu
tion, whether arising from excesses, the effects of climate,
or natural causes, radically curing Spermatorrhoea, or
Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, and Impediments to
Marriage generally : Nervousness, Consumption, Epilep
sy, and Fits; Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting
from Self-Abuse, &c. The time required to cure the most
inveterate case is three weeks, and, if used according to
the printed directions f ailure is impossible. These life-res
toring remedies should be taken by all about to marry, as
their effects are permanent. They are acknowledged by
the medical press to be the greatest discovery ever made.
Success in every instance is as certain as that water
quenches thirst.
Young man! young man! young man! young man!
Are you subject to that soul and body destroying disease
resulting from secret habits? Dr. POWERS’ Invigorating
Essence and Radical Pills briefly cure the very worst
cases, while innocent of anything deleterious, anckire war
ranted a never-failing cure. Prepared and sold by WAL
TER POWERS, M. D., No. 50 Lispenard street, between
Broadway and Church street, New York.
Afflicted try them? They win certainly cure. Send for
circular; first, read it carefully, and then you will send
for the remedies.
r7 ward, a regularly EDU
cated physician of long and varied experience, has
permanently established an office at No. 12 Laight street,
near Canal street, three squares west from Broadway, for
the cure of Old, Chronic, Mercurial, Syphilitic, and all
PRIVATE DISEASES, without the use or mercury, hin
drance from business, or exposure to friends.
The unparalleled success w fetch has attended Dr. Ward’s
practice in Europe, the United States, and New York—the
many remarkable cures he has effected, which were pro
nounced incurable by the most eminent physicians, justi
fies him in offering his services to the confidence of the
unfortunate.
The followingare some of the diseases termed “Private,”
and which Dr. Ward permanently eradicates, viz : Syphi
lis, primary, secondary, and tertiary; Strictures, Urethral
Discarges, Nocturnal and Diurnal Emissions,Sexual Debil
ity, Diseases of the Back and Loins, Inflammation of the
Bladder and Kidneys, Rheumatism, Hydrocele, Vereco
cele, Cancers, etc.
Diseases peculiar to females, such as Amenorrhea, Dys
menorrhagia, Menorrhagia, Chlorosis, Nervous Debility,
etc , etc., successfully treated.
Dr. Ward’s long practice in New York, and the endorse
ment of the medical fraternity, and the almost entire
press, should convince most skeptical that Dr. Ward can
and will perform all that he promises.
Dr. Ward would also call the attention especially of
those who have privately and improperly injured them
selves, in that secret and solitary habit—which ruins both
mind and body, unfitting them tor either business or soci
ety, producing both Constitutional Debility and Impotency.
The following are some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by early habits of youth, or sexual excess, viz :
weakness of the Back and Limbs, Pain in the Head, Dim
ness of Vision, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the
Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervousness, Irritability, Symptoms of
Consumption, etc. Mentally, the fearful effects on the
mind are more to be dreaded—Loss of Memory, Confusion
of Ideas, Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion
to Society, Self-Distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, etc.,
are some* of the evils produced.
All persons afflicted with any of the fabove symptoms
should not fail to call on Dr. Ward and.be at once restored
to perfect health. Let no false delicacy deter you, but
call at once, and save yourselves from the awful and ter
rible consequences of these nuich to be dreaded maladies.
Weakness of the organs immediately cured, and full
vigor restored.
Remember, Dr. Ward’s office is No. 50 Lispenard street,
between Broadway and Cnurch street.
Office hours from 7 o’clock A. M. till 10 P. M., Sundays
excepted, when he can be found in the forenoon. All
professional interviews confidential.
Rooms private. Call—a friendly chat will cost you
nothing. Consulation free.
Commanisations confidential, and letters contain
ing postage stamps promptly answered.
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Safe and perfect remedy for woman’s peculiar difficul
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are designed for purely legitimate purposes—to restore
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tions for use,) sent by Express or Mail to any address.
Dr. WARD continues, with his usual success, to medi
cally and surgically remove all obstructions, Engorge
ments, Lucorrhma. Whites, General Debility, &c., and
suppressions of all kinds ; and c-an be consulted, in person
or by letter, in all obstinate Female Complaints : Prolap
sus Uteri, or Falling of the Womb : Fluer Albus, or Whites ;
Chronic Inflammation, or Ulceration of the Womb ; Inci
dental Hemorrhage, or Flooding, and all diseases of wo
men and children ; and will furnish the Gutta Percha Fe
male Syringe—highly recommended by the faculty—to
married ladies for special purposes.
All communications strictly confidential. For further
particulars, please address, enclosing a three-cent stamp
for return postage, Dr. WARD, No. 50 Lispenard street,
between Broadway and Church street, New York.
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OR CORDIAL INVIGORATING ELIXIR OF LM<’E,
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of these who have destroyed it by sensual excess, or evil
practices. It has been said by some that these disorders,
emissions, etc., were incurable. This, however, is not the
fact.
YOUNG MAN!
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Price $3 per bottle ; two bottles for $5.
Sold at his Private Medical Office, bv DR. POWERS,
No. 50 LISPENARD STREET,
Between Broadway and Church street, New York.
Orders by mail promptly attended to. Write your
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PRIVATE DISEASES CURED IN THE
shortest possible time, by Dr. WARD A CO., No. 12
Laight street, near Canal, without the use of Mercury,
loss of time or change of diet. Dr. WARD, from the hos
pitals of London, Paris, and Edinburgh, is the discoverer
of the only certain and reliable remedies for diseases of a
private character. By his special experience in this
much-neglected branch of medical science he is enabled
to guarantee a cure in the most complicated cases.
Recent cases of Gonorrhea or Syphilis cured in a few
days, without change of diet or hindrance from business.
Second arv Syphilis—the last vestige eradicated without the
use of Mercury. Involuntary losses of semen stopped in a
short time. Sufferers from impotency, or loss ef sexual
Sower, restored to full vigor in a few weeks. Gleet or
on orrhea of long standing, where all Internal remedies
have Ailed, permanently and speedily cured by a new
treatment YOUNG MEN,
Injured in body or mind, from the effects of self-abuse,
with premature pains in the head, back and limbs, nerv
ous cough, general bodily lassitude, morbid despondency,
and aversion to society, inability to concentrate the me
mory axd intellect, are treated for Dyspepsia, Consump
tion, or Liver Complaint and through the ignorance and
empyricism of others, or false delicacy of their own, drag
out a miserable existence by infractions of the most Im
peratlve yet simple laws
Or those contemplating marriage, who are suffering under
any of these fearful maladies, should not forget the sacred
responsibility resting upon them, nor defer to obtain im
mediate relief.
Diseases peculiar to females treated.
A cure guaranteed in all cases.
Persons at a distance failing to receive prompt treat
ment elsewhere, may get a permanent cure effected by
writing a full diagnosis of their case, addressed to
Dr. WARD A 00..
No. 50Lisnenard street, between Broadway and Church
freer, Hew York.
[Written for the New York Dispatch.]
REMIND ME NOT OF CHILDHOOD DAYS ?
«
By Mrs. Sarah A. Wright.
me not of childhood days,
The cottage on the lea.
Where the eglantine and ivy green.
Are twining the myrtle tree.
And emerald blades are on the lawn.
And flowers are blooming still:
A rippling stream of water glides,
Close by the little mill!
The old school-house upon the hill,
Tho’ worn and old it be,
Dwells in my mind as then I saw
It far across the sea.
The coacoo’s moan is often heard,
Amid the silent glade,
As tho’ ’twere sad to find itself,
Alone where th’ school-girl stray’d.
The birds sing sweetly all the day,
Around the silver, gushing brook,
Where stray’d the happy country maid,
Plucking flowers from their nook.
But, ah! my morning star has set—
And now m distant lauds I roam:
No more I’ll view those go den scenes
Of my own happy childhood’s home.
W of gift
Charge of Violation.—At York,
Eng recently, Edwin Spencer, the son of a shipbuilder
at Hull, was charged with a rape on Esther Carver. It
appeared that the prosecutrix was maid of all work to the
prisoner’s father, who is a shipbuilder residing in Lane
street, Hull. Jhe family consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Spen
cer, two married daughters and the prisoner. The prose
cutrix had been directed by one of tiie married daughters
to clean the windows of an upper kitchen about 8 o’clock
m the evening. She was engaged in tills duty kneeling
on a table near the window, and the prisoner was making
some pipe-lighters at the end of the table, with his coat
and waistcoat oft, no one else being in the house at the
time. Ihe prosecutrix said, looking into the garden at
the back of the house, “ See, Edwin, there are radishes
and onions growing on one bed.’’ The prisoner then went
to the window to look, and then pinched the prosecutor’s
toe, and proceeded to take further libeaties with her.
Vested, tend finally, having thrown her on the
ll } ed offense charged against him. She
called out and resisted as much as she could, but was
overpowered. Immediately after she left the room,
changed her dress, and went to a neighbor, wtiumsiic
told that her master’s son had been taking liberties with
her and what had happened to her, and with that neigh
bor went to her mother’s house and told her mother, she
and her mother then returned to Mr. Spencer’s house and
saw the prisoner, who entreated her to say nothing about
it and to make it up. “He -would not fur £I,OOO tnat his
sisters should get to know.” The prosecutrix left the
house that night. Next day her mother saw* Mrs.
Spencer and said if she had been a reasonable wo
man and would have given her daughter a ciiaracter
she did not wish to expose her daughter to a public
inquiry, or Mrs. Spencer’S son to this accusation. Mrs.
Spencer, however, said that the prosecutrix must have
given her son liberties, or he would not have taken them,
ibis the prosecutrix and her mother indignantly denied,
and said they should prove it, and immediately took out a
warrant against the son, who, on being served withit,
said ‘ Humph!” The prosecutrix was examined by a
surgeon, who proved that the injury complained of had
been committed. For the prosecution the circumstances
of the complaint of tlie prosecutrix immediately after the
alleged offence and the conduct of tlie prisoner were re
lied on as confirming the statement of the prosecutrix,
who, if she had been a consenting party, would not have
been likely to act afterwards as she had done. For the
defence it was contended that her observation about rad
ishes and onions growing in one bed and her invitation to
the prisoner to come to the window and look, when no
one else was in the house, were invitations for what fol
lowed. It was also contended that no outcry being heard,
and the girl’s conduct afterward in making herself tidy
and changing her dress showed that she had not made
or intended any serious resistance. The jury, after an ab
sence of four hours, returned into court with a rather sin
gular verdict. They found the prisoner Not Guilty; but at
the same time expressed their unanimous opinion that the
conduct of the prosecutrix was not open to any charge of
wantonness and impropriety, and expressed a hope that
the prisoner's family would make her some compensation
for the injury winch had been done to her. His Lordship
said that, after this verdict he hoped the suggestion pfAbi
jurv would, he attouW to. -ziwiwiniea counsel for the
prisoner said he should recommend that £2O should be
given to the girl.
Conviction of a Great Scoundrel —ln
London recently an adjutent of the 4th Surrey Volunteers,
named Smith alias Wade, pleaded guilty to'having inde
cently assaulted/re pregnant young women. To a sixth
indictment, charging him with having detained a young
woman with criminal intent he pleaded not guilty. Coun
sel in addressing the court said:—“ There is no doubt that
the feelings of the public have been greatly excited by
the filthy nature of the transactions with which this per
son is charged, and that a great amount of public indig
nation has followed him. 1 am warranted, I believe, in
saying that no serious injury has been inflicted on any of
the young women who make the complaints against him,
and that, from the position and rank this prisoner once
occupied ho has now fallen, and is an utterly ruined man,
both in fortune and character. Unhappily, he has a wife
and children, who are suffering for that crime he has
committed almost as much as he must suffer himself.”
He was sentenced to be imprisoned and kept to hard la
bor in the House of Correction for the term of eighteen
calendar months. The prisoner retired from the bar with
the utmost apparent indifference. Dr. Rogers, medical
officers of the Strand Union Infirmary, writes to tlie
newspapers:—“Nowthat the trial of Mr. Wade at the
Central Criminal Court is concluded by his pleading
‘ Guilty’ to the charges preferred against him, may 1,
through your columns, tell the story of one of the victims
of his practices ? Some five months ago, a young German
girl was admitted into the Strand Union, whose history was
as follows :—She was settled at Cincinnati, Ohio, with her
brother and sister, who are small farmers, when she re
ceived a letter from her mother in Germany, stating that
she was very ill, and wished to see her daughter before
she died. She left immediately. On her arrival in Ger
many, she learnt that her mother had been buried eight
days. With the trifling effectsof her niotlxcr Curned luto
money, she realised £3O She was returning to America,
when the vessel in which she was had to put back to port
through stress of weather, and could not proceed. On
board she made the acquaintance of a young man (a
foreigner), who pursuaded her, on promise of marriage,
to return to London. He seduced and then deserted her,
when he had spent all her money. She subsequently ob
tained a situation, but discovering that she was enceinte she
left, and found a refuge in the Union House. When Wade
made application for a wet nurse to a lady in Eaton
square, she was selected by the matron, being a respecta
ble, quiet girl, for the situation. She left the house with
the woman Wade sent to fetch her, but some two hours
returnedin a fearful state of alarm and trepidation.
She remained in a very nervous condition until her con
finement. three weeks after, whemshe was seized with
convulsions, and was in much danger for several days.
She did not Anally recover for some weeks. Much inter
est was felt in this poor girl by all the officials, and an
effort was made to get her child into the Foundling Hos
pital ; but when she came to learn that she would have
to part from her infant she would not consent, and this
plan was abandoned. She is still very desirous of going to
America, as her friends there would willingly receive
her, but they are incapable of assisting her to pay the
passage out. A few pounds would suffice for this purpose,
should a generous public only respond to my appeal on
her behalf. If so, lam instructed to state that subscrip
tions will be received at the London and Middlesex Bank,
10, Upper St. Martin’s lane.”
Terrible Tragedy in San Francisco.
—Death of a Well Known Brooklyn Physician, Wife
and Child.—lt is our painful duty to record the sudden
death ot Dr. George Beers, formerly a well known physi
cian of this city, and also of that ot his wife and child,
the former being the daughter of a highly respected but
sadly afflicted widow lady, residing in Lafayette avenue,
Brooklyn. It appears that Dr. Beers had recently been
engaged in delivering a course of professional lectures in
the principal cities of California. His practice as a phy
sician not being found as remunerative as desirable,
obliged him to resort to his professional abilities in the
manner referred to to enable him to support himself. Not
b< ing as success!ul latterly as expected, the ill success of
his enterprise worked upon a mind too readily disposed to
mental despondency and finally his mental powers
gave way under the pressure of his pecuniary mis
iortunes, and in a temporary fit of insanity he deter
mined to put an end to his troubles by self-destruc
tion. Sad to relate his affection for his wife and child led
him to make up his mind to end their earthly careers at the
same time, and on the 2nd of July, he gave his wife and
child a dose of strychnine, which they took unconscious
of the deadly nature of the drugs they swallowed, and
not long after death had put an end to their troubles, the
Doctor, with the cool deliberation of a maniac, lay down
in bed by the side of his dead wife and child, and clasping
them with with one arm he lay the other by the side of
the bed, having previously cut the artery at his wrist, the
result being of course death in a short time.
Dr. Beers and his family occupied rooms on the corner
of Stockton and Geary streets, San Francisco. On exam
ining the room shortly after the shocking event had
transpired, a letter was found directed to his landlady
desiring her to dispose of his effects, and retain the pro
ceeds. Another letter was also found directed to Dr. F.
Tuthill, begging him to send the letter enclosed in it to
Brooklyn. The enclosed letter was addressed to Mrs.
Julia C. Douglas, Brooklyn, N. Y., and is as follows:
“ Mv Dear Wife’s Mother : I take your daughter with
me, rather than see her die by inches, as her father did,
before my eyes. Pardon the act for we have suffered
much for each other’s sake. Geo. W. Beers.”
The last heard from these parties, by the other occu
pants of the house, was about 12 o'clock on Wednesday
night. As they lived rather secluded, maintaining but
little intercourse with others, and their room never being
open to receive visitors before a late hour in the after
noon, but little was thought of their quiet condition, until
the discovery was made of the manner of their death.
Dr. Beers, while a resident of this city, was not as suc
cessful in his practice as his unquestionable professional
abilities warranted. He was a man of good education
and mental ability, and was very respectably connected.
He leaves two sisters to mourn his sudden and lamenta
ble death, which will but serve to increase the affliction
thev suffer from in the recent loss ot a beloved father,
the’Rev. Dr. Beers, who died about three weeks since.
The terrible death of a much loved daughter and grand
child will come upon a lady who has been among the
most sorely afflicted ones of any in our city, she having
Eieviously lost a very promising son and daughter, and a
usband respected and esteemed by all who knew him.
The deep affliction to the relatives of the deceased will
find tne wanuwUylupathy in this tho time oi’.thoir great
est troubles —Brooklyn Neus.
An Elopement in High Life.—Re-
PENTANCE OF THE LADY.—ALMOST A TRAGEDY.— A Somewhat
singular case was brought to the attention of Justice Boe
rum, yesterday afternoon. A German woman named Jo
hannah Gillies, appeared before the Judge and com
plained that a man named Louis Reiper, had threatened
to take her life, and she was afraid lie would be as good as
his word. In fact, she stated he had purchased two pis
tols, and from what she knew of his diposition, he would
not hesitate to use them. She appeared to be in a great
state of agitation, and said that she was anxious to leave
the countrv and get out of his way. The Judge, after this
curious statement, was desirous of knowing what rela
tionship there was between them, and inquired why she
wanted to leave the country, and if she had no person to
protect her. She hesitated, and appeared disinclined to
make known any further facts. She was assured that the
law would protect her from any violence from this man,
and a warrant was accordingly issued for his arrest. Mrs.
Gilliesis quite an intelligent and prepossessing looking
woman of about 25 years of age, and has evidently come
from one of the most respectable families in Germany.
The warrant for the arrest of Reiper was placed in the
hands of officer Utter, of the 41st Precinct, who arrested
him yesterday morning. In tlie afternoon, a private ex
amination in the case took place before Justice Boerum,
in the office of Inspector Folk. The pistols with which
the accused was going to shoot Mrs. Gillies were pro
duced, and found to be well loaded. They were a very
handsome pair of duelling pistols. Reiper appeared to
to be extremely anxious to have the matter settled, and
stated that if they would allow him to have a short inter
view with the lady it would be all right. Mrs. Gillies did
not appear to desire any interview. He seemed to be so
persistent in the matter, a suspicion was awakened in the
minds of the officers that he merely wished to get an op
portunity to take her life. They accordingly took him in
a private room, where, on searching him, they found a
dagger m one of his boots. The private interview with tlie
lady was not granted. There was a long story connected
with the affair which was not brought out on the exami
nation. Reiper, who is a fine looking young man, about
thirty years of age, came to this country in company with
the complainant about four months since, from Berlin,
Prussia, and the story goes that they eloped ; that the fair
complainant is the wife of a wealthy German in Prussia,
and that Reiper occupied the high position of one of the
chief judges in the city. That she was in the habit of vis
iting the house of Mrs. Reiper’s husband and an illicit at
tachment was formed between them. They finally re
solved to elope, and came to this city. The lady from
some cause, it appears, has since regretted tne false step
she took, and is now anxious to return to her native land.
Reiper refused to let her go, and therefore threatened if
she attempted to leave him that he would take her life.
The judge sent him to jail on a short commitment in order
to give her an opportunity to leave the country.— Brooklyn
Neu e, July 20.
Extraordinary Attempt at Murder.—
Bold Robbery, aided by Bulldogs.—A German by the
name of Charles Stoecklein, lately arrived in this country
—an architect and topographical engineer—has recently
been in the employ of a Mr. Hoover, an architect of New
ark, N. J‘ At East Newark, N. J., lives a mannamed
Francts Vincentz, keeper of a lager-bier shop and a dealer
)Bdo£e. On Monday last, it appears, Stoecklein with a
party of others attended a pic-nic at Tivoli, where they
remained till about midnight On returning r*> .Newark:
that night, in company with others, Stoecklein found him
self locked out, when Vincentz, who was also of tne
party, and who had represented himself as a friend of
Doover, inc ited Stoecklein to go to East Newark and stop
with him at his house over night. The latter, supposing,
of course, that if he was a friend of Mr. Hoover’s, it was
all right, went over to East Newark, where the two
arrived between three and four o’clock in the morning.
Upon entering the barroom Vincentz requested Stoecklein
to sit down while he went into the back room for a light.
In a few, minutes after Vincentz returned, he (Stoecklein)
was immediately set upon by two ferocious dogs, one of
them said to be a bloodhound, and he was bitten and
lacerated on his arms and legs in about twenty different
places. While grappling with one of the animals, Vin
centz rushed up and dealt him a heavy blow on liis fore
head with a sword, which laid him insensible on the floor,
inflicting a gash three inches in length. When Stoecklein
came to consciousness about daylight, his money was
missing, and himself a prisoner locked in the room. Al
though very much exhausted from the loss of blood, the
injured man succeeded in making his escape through a
window’ and, with his clothes torn to rags and covered
with blood, made his way to the house of a Mr. Stephen
son, who kindly conveyed him to Newark, where his
wounds weYc properly dressed. On Tuesday afternoon,
the German, attended by a company of his friends, ap
peared bet ore Recorder Martindale, of Jersey City, and
made the proper complaint against Vincentz, the dealer
not only in lager bier but in ‘* dogs of war,” when a war
rant was placed in the hands of Chief of Police ReUy and
Detective Kilcauley, of Jersey City, and the officers, as
sisted by Chief Wambold, of Newark, arrested the ac
cused. Vincentz was brought to Jersey City on Tuesday
evening, and committed to the city prison to await an ex
amination before Recorder Martindale.
A Husband Attempting to Throw his
Wife out of a Window.—Edward White was charged, at
the Southwark (London) Police Court, with committing a
violent assault on Ann White, his wife, and attempting to
throw her out of the second floor window. The com
plainant, a decent-looking woman, said that her husband
came home, and because she asked him for some money
he knocked her down. She got away from him, put her
shawl and bonnet on, and tried to escape from him, when
he seized he Id of her by tlie waist, dragged her to tho
open window, and attempted to throw her out. He made
use of dreadful language, and had nearly forced her over
the sill, but she struggled hard with him, and, after hav
ing all her clothes torn oft, she got away from him. She
had a black eye, and her arms and neck were all over
bi uif-es. she had been married to the prisoner four years.
Shortly atter they were married her ill used he in so dread
tula manner tli at she was forced to give him into custody,
and he was sentenced to six months’ hard labor. About
three weeks ago she summoned him for an assault upon
her, but she did not appear against him, as he piomised
to be more kind to her for the future. She had now no
■wish to press the charge against him. provided he would
allow her a little for the children. She earned about 12s.
a week, but she had to work from six in the morning till
ten at night, while her husband was out spending his mo
prisoner said that after paying the rent
fa i a , lrt e returned home, when liis wife null
ed his hair and aggravated nim bo much tn J ho aVuuL
know what he was doing. He, however, was sure that ho
never attempted to throw her out of the window. He was
sentenced to six months’ hard labor.
Suicide of a Soldier.—On Saturday
afternoon a soldier named Frank Kimberly, belonging to
the 15th N. Y. regiment, committed suicide in the square
south ot the depot by shooting himself through the heart
It appears that he had been about the neighborhood for
two or three weeks, and had, during a -ew days previous
to the commission of the act, exhibited signs of insanity.
He went to a man v ith whom he had left S3O on Saturday
morning and got It, buying a revolver with a portion of it
and depositing sl7 with Mr. Conroy, who keeps the Con
necticut House. He told Mr, Conroy to send the money
to his wife, and gave him the address, and also stated to
him that he and three others had deserted the regiment,
and had been afraid to go back because he would be shot,
and that he could not go home, but he would go back to
the regiment on Thursday. Kimberly left tlie house, and
a few minutes after the report was heard, and on going to
the spot, Kimberly was found dead, the ball having en
tered bis heart. Officer Barkely had the body conveyed
to the Fifth Ward station, and yesterday Coroner Wood
ward held an inquest, and a verdict was rendered that
“he came to his death by his own hands while laboring
under temporary Insanity.” His remains were buried by
the military, and his effects, including the money left in
Mr. Conway’s hands, were taken charge of by the coro
ner. He leaves a widow and two childrenin Marathon,
Cortla ndt county, N. Y,— Washington Star, July 27.
Suicide wite a Pair of Scissors.—A
Mrs. Harrlld, aged thirty-eight, lately committed suicide
near London. It appears that, through the formation of a
. cane or oxißor body, .had—boon a «reftt suf-
ferer for a considerable period. She had been under the
care of a doctor, who had decided on performing an one
ration as the only means of saving her lite. Deceased
then became alarmed, and exhibited symptoms of weak
intellect She asked her husband for his razor, which he
took away with him, leaving her in the care of a female.
During the absence of the latter, however, the deceased
got possession of a large pair of scissors, with one of tlie
points of which she stabbed herself in front of the neck
puncturing the trachea in six places. There was also an
incised wound in the left breast, w'hich had punctured
the apex of the heart, another wound dividing the large
veins in the left arm. She gradually sank, and died from
exhaustion through the extreme hemorrhage from the
several wounds.
Suicide in Newark, N. J.—Mr. John
Cunningham recently committed suicide in Newark by
cutting his throat with a razor. For several weeks he
had been quite unwell, and suffered much from want of
sleep. He was missed from his room, which created in
tense anxiety on the part of his family and search being
made he was discovered lying upon the floor of the base
ment, which was but little frequented. The door was
locked, and a forced entrance through a window was
effected. The unfortunate man was lying in a pool ot
blood, his throat horribly gashed, but he was still breath
ing. Every effort was made to stop tlie flow of blood anil
recuscitate the dying man, but he expired in about twen
ty minutes after. A razor, covered with blood, was
found upon a stand, near where the body was lying,
leaving no doubt as to the cause of death. Deceased was
47 years of age, and leaves a wife and one child.
Sad Tragedy at San Francisco.—Dr.
Geo. W. Beers, residing in San Francisco, on the 2d inst.
killed his wife and child, and then committed suicide.
He was in destitute circumstances, which was, doubtless,
the exciting cause of this horrible tragedy.
A Russian gentleman named John
Werner, who came to America* to travel for his health,
was robbed at Boston by his interpreter, named Charies
Hoeleh, a Belgian, of 800 five franc pieces, who decamped.
a reward of $l5O is offered for his apprehension.
fWritten for the New York Dispatch.]
A BROTHER’S LEGACY.
BY LIZZIE GRISWOLD.
Step lightly as you cross the threshold.
Another guest is entering_though silent and
invisible, yet his presence is felt—and a cloud of
midnight darkness is gathering around the cot
tage heretofore lighted by hope, and the home
of peace and love. A deathly pallor is stealing
over the face of the earth-worn invalid, and tha
once bright eye is fast dimming in the mist
rising from the stream whose cold waters, laving
his feet, send an icy shiver through tho veins,
chilling his life-blood and contracting the heart
strings that ere long will break, giving freedom
to the spirit which, for weary days, like a caged
bird fretting against the wires, has wished to
burst the prison-bars of the clay form and soar
away into the freedom of immortality.
A wife is bending over him, listening to his
words of counsel and love; but what pen can
portray her anguish as she realizes that soon
those accents will fall on her ear no more—that
all her love is powerless to hold him back from
the fell destroyer—death 1
A cherub child of two years sits upon tho car
pet playing with a bouquet, and a soft perfume
fills the room as her little hand presses the fair
flower-petals; and a sad, loving smile steals over
the father’s face as his dim eye rests upon the
happy child, who, all unconscious of the shadow
falling upon her young life, now and then
laughed gleefully.
“It is sad to think of leaving you and our
child unprovided for, but circumstances I could
not control have stripped me of wealth and— ’’
“Do not speak of it.” Poverty has no terror
for me could I have you by my side—with your
j love to shield me—and if you must leave us may
; the All-wise Father give me strength to battle
heroically with the grim phantom fife, and guide
i our child aright.”
“ His All-seeing eye will watch over you ; and
those who never forsake a brother, in the hour
, of sickness and trial, will not leave the widow
and fatherless unprotected.”
His words are not meaningless.
Even as he speaks a footiall is heard. The
eyes of the little one are raised wonderingly to
lie strange face, and the beautiful flowers with
which she is toying are for themoment forgotten;
but there is a lighting up of the face of the dy
ing man as hand clasps hand in brotherly greet
ing. Few and low are the words spoken. Tha
parting soul seems fingering upon the pallid
lips in prayer for the loved ones ; then tremu
lously, falteringly, while the almost pulseless
hand'points to wife and child, he says :
“ To the Masons I leave them—accept them
as a brother’s legacy,” and the spirit soaring to
that other and brighter shore leaves the clay
casket tenantless.
The child winds of March sigh a mournful re
quiem as they commit “ Dust to dustand sh®
whose heart is widowed sits in her desolate homa
looking forebodingly into the dim, uncertain
future. But the widow and orphan are not friend
less—that “ Ancient Order that delights to do
good without ostentation” will not forget them—
they accepted the brother’s legacy.
MM——M
When it is Dark.—The following
beautiful sentiment is taken from 11 Meister
Karl’s Sketch Book,” entitled “ The Night of
Heaven.” It is full of touching tenderness:
It is dark when the honorable and honest man
sees the result of long years swept cruelly away
by the knavish, heartless adversary. It is dark
when he sees the clouds of sorrow gather
around, and knows that the hopes and happi
ness of others are fading with his own. But in
that hour the memory of past integrity will be a
true consolation, and assure him even here on
eorth, of gleams of light in heaven. It is dark
when the dear voice of that sweet child, once so
fondly loved, is no more heard around in mur
murs. Dark, when the light, pattering feet no
more resound without the threshold, or ascend,
step by step, the stairs. Dark, when some well
known air recalls the strain once attuned by tha
childish voice now hushed in death. Darkness ;
but only the gloom which heralds the day-spring
of immortality and the infinite light of heaven.
Chloride of Lime for Destroying In
sects.ln scattering chloride of lime on a plank
in a stable, all kinds of flies, but more especial
ly biting flies are quickly got rid of. Sprinkling
beds.of vegetables with even a weak solution of
this salt effectually preserves them from the at
tacks of eatterpillars, butterflies, mordella, singe,
&c. It has the same effect when sprinkled on
foliage of fruit trees. A paste of one part of
powdered chloride of lime and one-half part of
some fatty matter, placed in a narrow band
round the trunk of the tree, prevents insects
from creeping up it. It has been noticed that
rats and mice quit places in which a certain
.quantity of chloride of lime has been spread.
This salt, dried and finely powdered, can be em
ployed for the same puiposes as flour of sulphur,
and be spread by the same means.
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