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Sunday Edition. Oct. 4.
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OTICE .
WARRANTED IN ALL CASES !
IT CAN BE RELIED ON I
IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE !
IT DOES NOT NAUSEATE 1
IT IS SPEEDY IN ACTION 1
NO CHANGE OF DIET IS REQUIRED !
IT DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH BUSINESS
PURSUITS 1
IT CAN BE USED WITHOUT DETECTION 1
BPWARD 6F 200 CASES THE PAST DOM!
Some of them very severe cases.
IT IS ADAPTED FOR MALE AND FEMALE,
Oi.n or Young.
BELL’S SPECIFIC PILLS
Arc the Original and Only Genuine Specific Pill
OVER ONE HUNDRED PHYSICIANS
Have used them in their practice, and all trpeak uell of their
efficacy, and approve if 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 permanen
and speedy eure in all cases of
SPERMATORRHEA, OR SEMINAL WEAKNESS,
With all its tram of evils, such as Urethral and Vaginal
Discharges, Gleet, The Whites, Nightly er Involuntary
Emissions, Incontinence, Genital Debility and Ir
ritability, Impotence, Weakness or Loss of
Tower, Nervous Debility, Ac., Ac., 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 ’
In all Sexual Diseases, as
GONORRHEA, GLEET, AND STRICTURE, AND IN
DISEASES OF THE BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
THEY ACT AS A IRABU !
RELIEF IS EXPERIENCED BY TAKING A SINGLE
BOX I
PRICE ONE DOLLAR!
Sold by D. S. BARNES, No. Broadway; WM. GRAY,
No. 301 Broadway; H. OAKLEY, Park Row; F. C. WELLS
A Uo., 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.
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 Seff-Abuse, Premature Decay, Impotence and
Loss of Power, Sexual Diseases, Seminal weakness, Nightly
Emissions, Genital Debility, Ac., Ac. A pamphlet of fifty
pages, containing important advice to the afflicted, and
which should be read by every sufferer, as the means of
cure in the severest stages is plainly set forth. Two
stamps to pay postage.
JMPOKTANT TO LADIES
“GREAT AMERICAN REMEDY.”
Which have never yet failed (when the directions have
been strictly followed) in removing diffi
culties arising from
OBSTRUCTION, OR STOPPAGE OF NATURE,
Or in 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 reeult.
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 filly pages, sent free to any ad
dress. Six cents required to pay the postage.
The Pills and Book will be sent by mail, confidentially,
when desired, securely sealed, and prepaid, on receipt
of money by
J. BRYANT, M. D., General Agent,
No. 76 Cedar street, New York.
Sold bv D. 8. BARNES, No. 202 Broadway ; WM. GRAY,
No. 301 Broadway; fi. OAKLEY, Park Row ; F. C.
WELLS & CO., Franklin st, and by Druggists generally.
CJYRACUSE MEDICAL DISPENSARY)
K? ESTABLISHED IN 1860. xTSSgs.
For the reliefof the misguided and imprudent .XgSjW
votary of false pleasure, who, finding that he has
Imbibed the seeds of a certain loathsome disease, is. from
111-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, &c., by simple local
application, easy to be used, causing no pain or inconve
nience. No emisssions occur after the first application.
Address by mail 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. orssperdoz. Sent by mail.
Just published. Two Books in One, on PRIVATE DIS
EASES AND DISEASES OF FEMALES. The nature,
treatment and radical cure of Spermatorrheea. or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness, Involuntary
Emissions and Impotency, 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 lour times its price, can have the
money refunded. Address
S. 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.
TVR. GRINDLE, FEMALE PHYSICIAN
JLr 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.
Ladies suffering from Female Weakness should immedi
ately consult Dr. Grindle, who guarantees a positive cure
in every case. A consultation (which costs nothing) will
satisfy the patient that this is not boasting but positive
truth. No pay unless actually cured. 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.
T\R~COX’S~GREAT~ FEMALE PRE-
■ F 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 perhaps risk of
life. This preparation is a new, safe instrument, and can
not injure the health of the most delicate. Pregnant fe
males most not use the Preventive, as it wKI be most cer
tain to produce miscarriage. Commuication strictly ocn
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 rc« Females,
No. 67 Carmine street, near Blcecker street, N. Y.
D~rThunter’s botanic cordiaiL
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
Ladies should consult mrs.
WORCESTER, No. 539 Hndsr n street, who has had 18
years’ as Midwife. She attends Ladies and
Children at their residence, or will furnish rooms with
board for ladies in confinement, and every attention paid
to their comfort and happiness. Ladies in trouble will'd©
well to consult Mrs. W. who has received a thorough med
cal education. Consultation free- Infants adopted, etc.
LADIES’ IRREGULARITY. WAR-
RANTED—Complete re-establishing of Monthly Pe
riods, produced by any cause. Perfect cure of all kinds of
Jfcmale Diseases, such as Leucorrhea, Fluor Albus, etc.
Freckles and all diseases of the Skin totally banished.
Instant cure of toothache. DR. GAB. WOLFF,
No. 188 7th street Btolo A. M., and 6toBP. M.
A~sure means of curing DRUNK
ENNESS.—Treatment, if desired, without the know
ledge of the patient, and an infallable cure warranted.
Consultation from 9toll A. M. and from 3tosP. M. Dr.
HERM. GUNTHER. No. 24 First street
T ADIES—
-1 J MRS. E. MUNROE. ELECTRICIAN.
.And FEMALE PHYSICIAN, No. 94 GREEN ST., N. Y.
Office hours, from 10 until 5 o'clock.
HE FEMALE MONTHLY TONIC.—
It has been Dr. WEST’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 accomplished. This Tonic contains no dangerous
ingredients, but is purely vegetable. It can be taken by
tire most delicate, and needs only a trial to convince the
fufferer of its merits. Ladles under pregnancy should
not use it Price. $2 00.
Dr U EST can be consulted as usual at No. 27 Duane
street between Chatham and Centre streets But one
interview igfaeteewuy to ftccuiupiibh a positive cure.
OLD DR. WARD RETURNED FROM
EUROPE.—During hi, absence the Doctnr has vis
ited many of the Medical and Surgical Institutions of the
Old World, and returns with a knowledge ol all their
latest improvements, which will enable him to give those
in need professional aid unparalleled in this or any other
country, by calling at his office, No. 50 Lispenard street,
between Broadway and Church street. Dr. WA.to s
success, as all the world knows, has been immense, and
his fame, in consequence thereof, has brought to his
doers sufferers from all parts of the globe. Old Dr
WARD is the man to consult Beware ot imposition.
Dr. WARD has no connection with any other Office m
America. Office open on Sunday as well as every other
day in the week throughout the year—his only office in
the city, 50 Lispenard street. Private and confidential
Medical advice by Dr. WARD. Sixty years’experience. ’
Those who call at his office need not fear imposition, ns
his Diploma, Gold Medal and European Testimonials, lor
thorough and scientific knowldc ge of his profession, will
satisfy all applicants of his superior skill and judgment.
’Tis no use talking-if you want a sure and speedy cure
call at once on old Dr. WARD—he never tails—is abso
lutely sure. Certificates ci all his College Honors may be
examined by his patrons at all times. Old Dr. WARD,
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons,
London, has recently returned from Europe and again
resumed his office practice for the benefit of the unfortu
nate. The Old Doctor is eminently skillful in curing
Gonorrhea, Gleet, Strictures, Syphilis in all its stages—
primary, secondary, tertiary, and hereditary; Seminal
Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions. General Debility, Impo
tency, and all diseases of the Urinary Organs. He solic
its a call from all who may be afflicted, and guarrantees a
Scat saving of time and money to his patients. Many of
e most learned and famous men of the country have
been under his charge—men of genius, intellect and
power—and iu no instance has the strictness of privacy
>een violated. Old Dr. WARD is a skillful apostle of
Science, who cures without Mercury or any other poison
ous medicines, and no pay is required until a eure is
effected. Dr. WARD has not retired from business. Old
Dr. WARD, who has not retired from business, has no
boys, students, partners, runners, nor hirelings, but at
tends personally to his patients. OFFICE—No. 50 Lispen
ard street, between Broadway and Church street
TO UNFORTUNATE AND AFFLICT-
ED FEMALES.—An Unfailing Benefactor is Dr.
POWERS’ French Periodical Drops. The only thing that
will answer the purpose. Infallible in correcting, regu
lating, and removing all obstructions, from whatever
cause, and always successful as a preventive. The only
safe and reliable remedy for woman’s peculiar difficul
ties. whether in the married or single state. These Drops
are designed for purely legitimate purposes—to restore
the menstrual flow—and they will never disappoint the
anxious patient. They are positively unrivaled in cor
recting irregularities, removing painful and distressing
obstructions, particularly at the change of lire. From five
to ten doses will cure that common dreadful complaint,
the Whites. Nearly every female in the land suffers from
this complaint. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in
the cure o: all those painful and dangerous diseases to
which the female constitution is subject. They moderate
all excess, and remove all obstructions, and a speedy cure
may be relied on. To Married Ladies they are peculiarly
suited. They will in a short time bring on the monthly
perrid with regularity, no matter what the cause of the
difficulty may be. On this account, jhose who arc preg
nant. should not use them. Caution These Drops should
not be taken by 1 emales during the First Three Months of
Gestation, as tney are sure to bring on Miscarriage, out at
any other time they are recommended. In all cases of
Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in the Back and
Limbs, Fatigue or slight Exertion, Palpitation of the
Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Drops will effect a
cure when all other means have failed; and, although a
powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimo
ny, or anything hurtful to the constitution. Will be sent
confidentially by mail to any part of the city or country.
Call, send, or write, for Dr. POWERS’ French Periodical
Drops, and take nothing else. Cut this out for reference.
Office 50 Lispenard street; open day and evening till 10
P. M.
IMPORTANT MEDICAL NOTICE.—OLD
DR. WARD. No. 50 Lispenard street, calls the atten
tion of those afflicted with any of the forms of a certain
disease. The treatment adopted by him is that which has
the approval of the most distinguished surgeons of Paris,
London, and New York, and its universal success has
proved beyond a doubt that a permanent cure for the
worst eases <of constitutional syphilis, gonorrhoea, stric
tures. enlargement of the prostrate glands, diseases pro
duced by a certain solitary practice, etc., etc., can now be
obtained to a moral certainty, if application be made to
those whose intelligence, skill, and experience can be re
lied on. Since Dr Ward opened in this city, ill the many
cases tliat have come under his care have been cured
without a single exception. Some of these were of years
standing. Special attention paid to all diseases ot the
Genite-Urinary Organs, such as Gonorrhoea. Gleet, Gravel
—Strictures in every torm, Diseases of the Kidneys, Blad
der and Prostrate Gland, Mercurial Affections and Dis
eases of the Skin; also, comprising Primary, Secondary,
Tertiary, and Hereditary SyphUis. Old Dr. Ward’s treat
ment of Gonorrhoea and Gleet is the most perfect ever dis
covered. It is the shortest, safest, and best. The patient
takes no copavia, cubebs, turpentine, or other nauseous
doses but a cure is obtained in one or two days, without
pain, inconvenience, or a change of diet. No pay unless a
cure Is effected within the time named. Spermattorrhma.
—Patients whose cases have been pronounced incurable,
treated by a new ana infallible method, comprising Elec
tro-Magnetic applications with a Battery and Acupunc
ture, saving both time and expense. [See Treatise. I Sur
gical operations performed lor Fistula, Hydrocelle, Con,
genital and Accidental Phymosis, Varicocele (by pressure;-
Calleus, Impassable Strictures, False Passages, etc. Re
member Dr. WARD’S only office, No. 50 Lispenard street.
HTH) THE LADIES.—DR. WALTER
■ POWERS, FEMALE PHYSICIAN and PRO
FESSOR OF MIDWIFERY, particularly invites all ladies
who need a Medical and Surgical Adviser, te call at his
office, No. 50 Lispenard street, or address him, inclosing
one stamp. Dr. Powers having devoted fifteen years to
the treatment of all diseases peculiar to females, and
having been a greater part of the time in an extensive
infirmary practice, has no hesitancy in saying that he ex
cels all other practloners in the safe, speedy, and effec
tual treatment of all females complaints. During his
1 »ng practice, thousands of patients, deemed incurable,
have been saved from an untimely grave. His Frensh
Periodical Drops are infallible, and perfectly safe to the
most delicate constitution. Notice—All those whose
health will not permit of their becoming mothers, and
wish a quiet resort from the cares and toils of busy lite
until their debilitated systems are invigorated, under the
care of one of the best physicians of the age, will call or
address as- above. Ladles far or near should, when neces
sary, make a trial of his French Periodical Drops.
Thousand shave tested them successfully. In cases of ob
struction they can never fail. It is impossible. Charges
moderate. Communications sacredly confidential, what
ever may be the disease, condition, or situation of any
one, married or single. Medicines prepared expressly for
the case in question, and sent by mail or express to any
part of the United Stales, put up so as to avoid all scru
tiny or suspicion.
OUND AT LAST—AN INFALLIBLE
REMEDY FOR LADIES—DR. POWEnS’ FRENCH
PERIODICAL DROPS.—Positively the only safe, certain,
and sure remedy for -either single or married ladies, in
regulating or removing all obstructions, and always suc
cessful as a preventive. Theiefore, every lady should use
them. Over two thousand bottles have Been old without
a single failure, when taken as directed, and without the
least injury to health. Remember, this medicine is de
signed expressly for obstinate cases, which another reme
dies of the kind have failed to cure; also, it is warranted
as represented, in every respect, or the money will be
refunded. This unparalleled Female Medicine, possess
ing virtues unknown to anything else of the kind, and
proving effectual after all others have failed, is designed
for both married and single ladies, and is the very best
thing known for the purpose, as it will bring on the
monthly sickness in cases of obstruction from any cause,
aud after all other remedies of the class have been tried
in vain. Ladies are forbidden using the Periodical Drops
during pregnancy, as miscarriage would be the invaria
ble result. Safe and positively unfailing, no lady should
ever be without the remedy, which is assuredly woman s
best friend. It is put up in bottles of three different
strengths, with full-directions for using, and sent by ex
press, closely sealed.to all parts of the country. Beware
of imitations. None genuine and warranted unless pur
chased directly of Dr. POWERS, at his Private Institute
for Female Diseases, No. 50 Lispenard street, between
Broadway and Church street
R. POWERS’ ORIENTAL ESSENCE
OF LIFE ; OR, INFALLIBLE CORDIAL INVIG
ORATING ELIXIR; and DR. POWERS’ ORIGINAL
RADICAL PILLS; OR, GRAND PHYSICAL REGEN
ERATOR for Physical and Nervous Weakness, Involun
tary Discharges, ami similar results of youthful indis
cretions: for General Debility, Impotence, Incontinence,
or Nocturnal Emissions, &c.—The astonishing success
which has attended these invaluable medicines, for loss of
Muscular Energy, Physical Lassitude, and General Pros
tration, or any of the consequences of youthful indis
cretion or indulgence of the passion in riper years, render
them the most valuable preparations ever discovered; in
fact as remedies for the above complaints they stand un
rivalled and alone. These wonderful vegetable pro
ductions have been tested, and their virtues proclaimed
by the highest names of the faculty of London, Paris and
cities of Europe. They are the only infallible remedies
for Nervous Head and Mind Complaints, the only agents
that can administer tea mind diseased. They restore the
lite, renew the health of those who have destroyed it by
sensual excesses, or evil practices.
Young men"who, by indulging
in secret habits, have contracted that soul subduing,
mind prostrating, body-destroying vice; one which fills
our lunatic asvlums, and crowds to rapletion the wards
of our hospitals, should, without delay, take DR. POW
ERS’ Essence of Lite and Radical Pills. These famous
remedies for all diseases consequent on youthful indiscre
tions have operated -most favorably in restoring thou
sands to life and health, a complete cure is warrated, if
no time is lost in using the remedies. One trial will con
vince. All personsbefore contemplating marriage should
take the remedies, and be at once restored to health and
happiness.
Manhood and the vigor of
YOUTH ark REGAINED by Dr.POWERS’ ESSENCE
OF LIFE OR INVIGORATING ELIXIR, and Dr. Powers’
Radical Pills or Physical Regenerator. 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. Ac. The time required to cure the most
inveterate cases is throe weeks, and, if used according to
the printed directions failure 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 discoveries ever made.
Success in every instance is as certain as that water
quenches thirst.
Young man! are you subject to that soul and body de
stroying disease resulting from secret habits? Dr. POW
ERS’ Invigorating E<senee and Radical Pills briefly cure
the very worst cases, while innocent of anythingdeleteri
ous, and'are warranted a never-failing cure. Prepared
and sold by WALTER POWERS, M. D., No. 50Lispenard
street, between Broadway and Church street, New York.
Afflicted try them l They will certainty cure. Send for
circular; first, read it carefully, and then you will send
fortlie remedies.
Madame ward s monthly fe-
MALE PILLS—The only medicine married or sin
gle ladies can rely upon with safety and certainty; a
most important charm tor Females for removing obstruc
tions and producing regularities without any inconveni
ence to the patient.
The greatest periodical remedy ever discovered; the al
most possible blessing to suffering women, being infallible
for the immediate removal of obstructions and irregular
ities: having never in a single instance failed in restoring
regularity.
Ladies are particularly cautioned against using this
remedy during pregnancy, as it will certainly bring on
miscarriage.
Sent by mail, in letter form, to any part of the United
fitates and Canadas,
Full instructions and directions accompany each t-ox.
Caution —All others purporting to be “ Female Fills’-’
ar-e counterfeits.
N. B.—Ladies who desire to avail themselves of Ma
dame Ward s valuable, certain, and safe mode of remov
ing obstructions, suppression, etc., from whatever cause,
with or without the use of medicines or instruments, can
do so at one interview.
MADAME WARD,
Female Physician and Accoucher,
No. fiO Lispeoard st, between Broadway and Church st.
INTELLIGENCE WORTH KNOWING*
—When age has brought on physical debility in either
sex, or when youthful indiscretion produces impotency,
DR. WARD S MAGICAL IN VIGORATORS, in the form of
PILLS, will in fifteen minutes after being taken, make
the recipient as vigorous, as if nature had never
been retarded or debilitated. It Is a fact that a
large portion of the community is afflicted with diseases
of the procreative system, which are allowed irom deli
cacy to wear away the constitution, when a radical cure
is at the door. It is this last that makes it philanthrophy
to make known DR. WARD’S INVIGORAT )R as a sure
and immediate cure, causing a complete restoration of the
animal functions, doing entirely away with the disap
pointment arising from incapacity to perforin the require
ments of nature. Dr. WARD’S INVIGORATOR acts with
magic on the debilitated system, and while the barren re
joice the fireside is surrounded with a smiling offspring.
To the married or single in every physical exigency this
unrivalled medicine is ernestly recommended as a com-
Elete restorative of the nervous system where manhood
as been impaired. To be procured of Dr. WARD, 50
Lispenard street, between Broadway and Church street,
New York. Call or send for circular.
Young men can have the in-
DIA RUBBER PREVENTIVE sent to any address
for $2 50 per dozen, or four for sl, by return mail, by di
recting to DR. WALTER POWERS, 50 Lispenard street,
New York.
I \ 1
tI I /
T-|R. F. BELMONT & OO„
Nos. 767 and 769 BROADWAY,
Corner 9th street,
New York,
Offer Scientific Treatment. Twenty years’experience,
en in hospital practice in different parts of the world, en
title them to confidence.
RHEUMATIC COMPLAINTS
ERADICATED AND CURED.
Also, Treatment by communication in all modern lan
guages all through the U. S.
OFFICE OPEN FROM 8 A. M. TO 9 P. M.
TO THE LADIES r
DOCTOR LEWIS, the Hungarian Female Physician and
Surgeon, begs leave to acquaint the Ladies of New York
and environs, that he devotes his practice exclusively to
the treatment of Female Diseases, such as
Pain in the Back and Loin 1 !; Leueorrhcca, or Whites;
Frofuse or Painful Menstruation; Cessation of
Menses, or Turn of Life; Chlorosis, or Green
Sickness, Hysterics, &c., &c.
ABSENCE OF MENSES. OR OBSTRUCTIONS,
treated with professional skill (surgical or medical.)
STERILITY OR BARRENNESS, cured in all cases
where there is no physical defect.
A PREVENTION FOR CONCEPTION ALWAYS ON
BAND.
Ladies that would favor Dr. Lewis with a call, will
meet with honorable and scientific treatment.
OFFICE, No. 7 BEACH STREET, between Varick and
West Broadway.
Consultation in all the principal languages, from 9 A.
M. to 9P. M.; Sundays-from 9tollA. M. Roomsarranged
so the patient sees none but. the Doctor. Consultation and
advice gratis. Charges moderate.
In consideration oi the poor, I have set apart Friday af
ternoon of every week, for gratuitous treatment.
Consultation at the patient's own residence promptly
attended to.
Communications by mail punctually replied to, and
medicine sent to all parts of the United States and Cana
da as ordered.
The great want of a qualified physician to treat all
the numerous diseases that the female system is heir to,
is too sensibly felt by the American female. (This love
ly'country of Liberty gives too much liberty to pretending
quacks and unscrupulous humbugs.) It is with pleasure
that 1 offer my services to the sex, whose health should
be corsidcred the greatest blessing of man’s existence.
A wise physician, skilled our wounds to heal,
Is more than armies to the public weal.
RTVATE CONSULTATION— DR.HUN-
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
eases in less than six hours ; cures without the dreadful
consequent effects of mercury, but possesses the peculiar
valuable property of annihilating tne 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, for 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 lar 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, and cannot be obtained genuine any
where but at the efld office, No. 3 Division street Book ol
300 pages for nothing.
DR. LEWIS’S
CELEBRATED REMEDIES
are well known throughout Europe to be the most certain
and effectual ever discovered for every stage and
tom of SECRET DISEASE, including
SECONDARY SYMPTOMS,
STRICTURES, SEMINAL WEAKNESS,
And all Diseases of the Urinary Passages, without loss of
time, confinement or hindrance from business. They
have effected most surprising 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, fre
quently contracted in a moment of inebriety, the eradica
tion is generally completed in a few days ; and in more
advanced and inveterate stages of Secret Infection, cha
racterized by a variety of painful and distressing symp
toms, a perseverance in their use (withoutrestraint in diet
or exercise) will ensure to the patient a permanent and
radical cure.
Consultation and advice gratis. Charges moderate.
Rooms arranged so the patient sees nene but the Doctor.
Office No. 7 Beach street, between Varick st. and West
Broadway, N. Y.
and the VIGOR of YOUTH
restored in FOUR WEEKS by Dr. RICORD S ES
EOF LIFE.—Dr. RICO RD,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 ot 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), lailure is impossible.
This life-restortog remedy should be taken by all about
to marry, as its effects are permanent. It is acknowledged
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. RIOORD’S ESSENCE OF LIFE is sold in cases, with
full instructions for use, at $3, or four quantities in one for
$9; and will be sent to any part, caretully packed, on re
ceipt of remittance. by his accredited agent, PHILIP RO
LAND. No. 447 Broome st, one door west of Broadway,
New York.
Mapame restell, female phy
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 PIlXs are the only medicine
married or single ladies can rely upon with safety and
certainty for removing obstructions, suppressions, Ac., &c.,
from whatever cause.
ft, Price $1 per box. Sold at N 0.162 Chambers st, and 127%
Liberty st., and No. 403 Hudson street, N. Y., No. 244 Grana
street, Wllliamsburgh, and Noa. 175 and 217 Fulton street,
Brooklyn. Can also-be sent bv mail, in neat tetter form.
Her infallible remedy for barrenness can also be sent
by mail.
N. E —Ladies wno desire to avail themselves of Madame
Bestell’s valuable, certain and safe mode of removing ob
structions, suppressions, <tc., Ac., from whatever cause,
without the use of medicines or inctruments, can do so at
one interview. Ladies from a distance can return the
same day.
MADAME REETELL,
Female Physician and Accoucheur,
No. 162CHAMBERSET.. New York City.
R. COX’S JAPAN SECRET, OR FE
MALE REGULATOR.—This is the only remedy that
ales can rely on with safety—it has the extraordinary
power of preventing an increase of offspring.
CAUTION.—Ladies who are pregnant are forbidden em
ploying this remedy, as it will certainly bring on miscar
riage. It as sure, reliable, and unfailing. Ladies, never
be without it—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. This preparation, with full
directions, sent to any part of the U. S. and Canada.
N. B.—Dr. Cox will refer to ladies that have been under
his treatment, and physicians, to thesafety of his mode of
treatment. A. E. COX, M. D.,
Physician for Frmalrs,
No. 67 Carmine st, near Bleecker, N. Y.
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 claac for all practical purposes. It contains
four times the knowledge of all others. -No. 3 DIVISION
STREET.
A CURE 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 .aadress by let
ter, inclosing postage-stamp for postage. All confidentiaL
MADAME PARSALLE. No. 741 Greenwich st
DrTIEWIS’S
CORDIAL BALM OF LIFE
Is the great European remedy for the cure of Spermator
rhoea, 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 Eack and Loins, Eruptions, Scur
vy, Scrofula, and all diseases acquired by infection or ex
cess—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
speedily cured, and many thousands have derived most
marvelous relief, when every other remedy has sig
nally failed. The Cordial Balm of Life Is the result of tong
practical investigation of the remedies best adapted for
those and other disease* arising from vicious habits or ex
cess; and. in addition to the great test of experience, it
has received the sanction of the highest medical authori
ties in Europe, as entirely superseding those questionable
remedies which have too long been the sole reliance of the
medical men of this country.
Office, No. 7 Beach street, between Varick st and West
Broadway, N. Yz
STRINGER’S PULMONIC SYRUP—
kO Prepared from a private recipe of a celebrated physi
cian in England, is the only infallible remedy in this coun
try for the speedy relief and eure of coughs, colds, bronchi
&> is, hoarseness, spitting of blood, sore throats, pains in the
chest, and other pulmonary affections, however long they
may have been established. Its agreeable acidity allavs
tickling or irritation of the throat like a charm, and thou
sands have been cured by it both here and abroad, after
every other known remedy had been tried and found use
less, and the skill of the phvsician had failed. Price 25
cents a bottle. Prepared only by JOHN STRINGER, No.
335 Fourth avenue, corner Twenty-filth street, N. Y.
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 PiDs”
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.
Madame grindle," female phy~
sician and Midwife, can be confidentially consulted
on all the diseases to which her sex is liable. Her services
can 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.
Call at No. 6 Amity Place, between Bleecker and Amity
streets.
PRICE sl.-DR HERM. GUNTHER’S
INFALLIBLE
TAPE-WORM EXTERMINATOR.
A radical cure in three hours is warranted. If not satis
factory, the money paid will be returned to the purcha
ser. None genuine unless signed by Dr. HERM GUN
THER. No. 24 First-street Principal Agent, HERM.
GERITZEN, No. 323 Bowery. For sate by all respectable
Druggists.
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
Rental ffiarfls.
D”r~G. R; BOND'S FRENCH PREVENT-
IVES —This articleenables those whoso health or
circumstances do not rerrnit an increase <'! Minily. to ;
rt-gulate or limit the number of tbeir offspring without in
juring the constitution. It is tne only sale and sure nre
ventive against. Pregnancy and Disease. The above article
can b<> sent i v mail to any part of the United States or
Canada, two tor sl. and $5 per dozen. ~
i r . G. W. BOND’S SPANISH FEMALE MONTHLY
PlLLS.—These Pills arc the only medicine married or sin
gle lad ies can rely upon with safety and certainty for the
immediate removal ®f Obstructions, Irregularities, "&c.
They should not be used during pregnancy. Price per box.
Each box contains 72 pilis. Sent by mail .
The Doctor can ne cor.sulted on all disease of a private
nature. Scientific treatment, a quick cure, and moderate charge
guaranteed. , ,
’ GEORGE R. BOND, M. D. Office, corner oi Grand and
Orchard streets, over the Shoe Store. Entrance No. 65.
Orchard street Established 1832. .
N. B.—The public are cautioned against buying spurious
imitations »f my French Male Safes or Preventive; toe
genuine can be had only at my office.
All diseases,
From whatever cause produced, arc
SAFELY AND SUCCESSFULLY TREATED
BY
DR. W. BANKER,
At No. 413 CANAL ST. (near Sillivan).
ELECTRI CITY
In all its various forms, SKILLFUL’LY APPLIED, when
it is the remedy indicated.
All who suffer from disease of any form, should‘call.
CONSULTATIONS BY LETTER, and MEDICINE sent
for $3 00.
The greatest discovery hith-
ERTO MADE IN PHISIOLOGY! No more Concep
tions, if not desired by the interested parties! No more
Abortions, or other crimes, to conceal imprudence in
love! No more French Periodical Drops, or Female
Pills,” to cause the return of Menstruation! No more
“Japanese Secrets,” or "Parisian Caps,” and other means
hat discredit mankind! No delusion! No imposition!
Call for the particulars of this infa 1 ible discovery, the
only one in strictest accordance with science and words.
Terms moderate. . Dr. T. HANSON,
No. 57 Bleeckersticet.
Deafness. sound -magnifying
TUBES. Can be concealed, and enables deaf per
sons to hear at public assemblies. Send for a descriptive
pamphlet io ,
E. HASLEM, No. 32 John st., New York.
DR. TURENNE’S INFALLIBLE reme
dies, Specific and Preventive and Gold PHle> cure all
cases, and in all stages of disease. No other medicines are
required. Safe and pleasant A trial will prove their ex
cellence. Treatment by letter sent to all parts ol the coun
ry. For sate by all respectable druggists. Send red stamp
or circular, to principal office, No. 710 Broadway, N. Y.
OCTOR WEST, LATE ROYAL
GEON OF THE ARMY, presiding Professor of
several Medical Universities and Medical Colleges, whoso
fame has spread from the Old World to the New, and
whose name is blessed almost over the -whole of Europe.
He is here to fulfil what he has accomplished in Europe.
He Is the great Inventor and only Practitioner of the n ew
and extraordinary universal treatment oi Syphilitic Dis
eases, in all its horrid forms. His treatment is safe, and
-without restrictment asio diet, avocation and habits, and
generally accomplished in three to ten days, never ex
ceeding a fortnight ..
Mercurial Diseases arc quickly expelled, as my treat
ment is wholly anti-mercurial.
Nervousness, Debility, Aversion to and Incapacity
For Society, Shaking of the Hands and Limbs,
Indigestion, Shortness of Breathing, Con
sumption, Dimness of bight, Pain in
the Back, and Loins,
and all these dreadful diseases arising from EARLY SELF
ABUSE, or MASTURBATION, are cured in all their forms,
C?>K?IALBALM OP MFIs, OR NEiVOUS ANTIDOTE.
Brnvtions, Scurvy, Scrofula, Cancers, Leprosy, and all
Skin Dlfeaws. treated viith professional skid.
I adept tliie me de of infoi mlug the public that I am here
for the niiH'Ose of eradicating these dreadful diteases, so
little understood m general, and so miserably treated by
pretending quacks and unconsclentious humbugs.
F I am consulted tn all the principal languages dally, at
mv DISPENSARY,
y .No. 27 DUANE STREET,
Between Chatham and Centre Streets,
From BA.M.to 10 P. M.; Sundays from 9 to 11 A. M.
Rooms arranged so the patient sees none but the. Doctor.
Consultation and advice gratis. Charges moderate.
Manhood preserved without the
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
patented ADZAp , of Pam
It probably might be necessary to state to the public that
these appliances received the sanction of the wnole 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 Medjoal 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 print® of the present
instruments must be worn day and night, accord
ant to the severity of the complaint, which can be done
without pain, interference to business pursuite, or discov
ery by the most intimate friend or bed-fellow.
The PERINEUM COMPRESS and URETHRAL SUP
PORTER is f orwarded in a case, free from all observation,
to all parte, 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.
UVAL’S LADIES’ FRENCH MOXAr.
A HIGHLY BEFINED MEDICATED APPLIANCE
&c. (PROTECTED BY LETTERS PATENT,) for the im
mediate removal of obstructions. Irregularities, prolapsus
uteri (falling of the worab), fluor albus. etc.,etc. Ladies
who are pregnant should not use the “Moxa,” asamte
earriage 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
“ Ecole de Medicine,” Parts, 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 cure, etc.
I would not te without it for $506; 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, 58
White street. New York city. Country biDe taken at par.
SCTTIHE ELECTIC PREVENTIVE,” Pa
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 bv recourse to drugs, stimulating herbs, or the danger
ous® pills and nostrums which have hitherto been used by
so many. The “ Elective Preventive” especially 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 And it as represented can have the
amount of itsreost returned. 11 is securdly sealed from ob
servation, and forwarded to ail parte of the Union, on re
ceipt of $2. Address Medical and Surgical Agency. No. 58
White £,.. New York city. Country bills received at par.
R. LOUIS TARQUARE’S VULCAN
IZED Parisian Safes 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 seated tetter, free from observation, with
lull directions, to ah parts of the world, on receipt of good
bills, at the following tariff: One for cents, seven for
$2, twelve for $3. eighteen for $4. thirty for $5, seventy for
$lO. Country dealers supplied wholesale at a liberal dis
• count, with circulars ad libitum to facilitate sales. Ad
dress Louis Tarquare, care Medical and Surgical Agency,
No. 58 White st, N. Y.
Madame parsellhs private
Lying-in Asylum is now open toteceive all invalids
i who require her attention. She has never lost a patient
, since she has been in business. Ladies, in one week, can
travel to any part of the U. S. or Canada with perfect
safety. Also cures Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Stiff Joints,
Rheumatism, Sprains, Sore Eyes, <%c., Ac. A sure cure
’ lor the F iles and Diarrhoea, when AU others fail. Ladies
and gentlemen would do well to call and consult the
Madame, No. 741 GREENWICH STREET,
Between Hammond and Perry sts., N. Y.
RE YOU~AFFLICTED WITH SORE
or weak eyes ? or have you or any member of your
family a white spot on the pupil, which deprives them of
; sight ? If so, trv Madame MORE AN’S Lotion. It is a cer
tain cure ; requires but twenty days’ application to re
move white spots of a most obstinate form. Price 50 cents
i per bottle. Principal depot, No. 45 Third avenue.
i IVTAD. DESPARD’S FEMALE MONTH
j It BLY PILLS are the only medicine married or single
I ladies can depend on with safety aad 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, Ac., Ac., without the use of
medicine, can do so at one Interview. Residence, No. 101
' SIXTri AVENUE, opposite Bth st
Madame estelle, seventh
Daughter, cart 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 Varick street near Broome.
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 ffaiJat our office. Price 50 cents per box.
I Sold at all Dniggfisfs. J. YOUNG, Sole Proprietor, No. 481
' Broadway
THE LADIES’ FRIEND IN NEED.—
The UTERINE PROTECTIVE, for Suppression of the
' Menses. Safe and Certain. Pregnant females ought not to
I use it, as it would cause miscarriage. Mailed, with direc
tions, on receipt of sl. ‘
Dr. CHANNING. No. 16 Lispenard st New York.
I~mportant -
of Females scientifically treated by Dr. THIERS, No.
1.217 Broadway (near 29th street) N. Y. Send a red stamp
. lor ladies’ circular and escape quackery. Board provided
BR. LINES CAN BE CONSULTED ON
ALL DISEASES OF FEMALES, WITH UNPARAL-
■ LELED SUCCESS, at No. 151 East 13th st., near 2d Ave.
SELPHO’s PREMIUM ANGLESEY LEG
with Patent Lateral Elastic Joints, (Patented May 6,
U356J containing all the advantages of his celebrated An
glesey Leg. with the addition of the Lateral or side-motion
if the sniue joint by means of which the foot accommo
, .&£es itself to.unevßn surfaces, and is pronounced by weav-
ers aa affording great comfort, and os being a great im
wrovement
He has now had thirty years’ experience in his profes
i sion. and offers thfc whoie with confidence as the best sub
-1 stitute the wor-id aflbrds.
Ateo, SELPHO*S ARTIFICIAL HAND, so ararnged that
the wearer can qpen and shut the fingers, Ac.
For further information, address 612 Broadway. N. Y
JMPOKTANT TO THE MARRIED and
those about to be married. Dr. A. M. Mauriceau. Profes
sor of Diseases of Women, has last published the 160th
edition of his valuable book entitled “The Married Wo
| man’s Private Medical Companion,” strictly intended for
l 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, freo of
postage, to any part of the United States or Canada, by
inclosing sl. and addressing Box 1224. New York city. For
sale at No. 1 Vesey street, (Astor House,) and ho. 18 Ann
Street
THE PILES.—Dr. UPHAM’S VECk
r ETABLE ELECTUARY is a certain cure for Piles in
every form and condition. Fistulas, Fismtree, AbscesSesfejid.
TEoeraiurM of the bowels are the result of neglected, or
tedly-treated Piles. When afflicted with either of these
djst?e<siEg and dangerous affections, the patient must con
sult theuJOctor personally at his office, No. 387 Fourth st
The cases of Piles, and all affections resul ting from
this disease, 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 hour of the day. at his Medical Office,
No. 387 Fourth st., third door from the Bowery, between
and Broadway.
sWteUmwm
“CLEANLINESS
PROMOTED <
HEALTH! ’
<
BEASON’S WHY ;
ALL PERSONS SHOULD USE >
STEARNS & CO.’S
GLYCERINE .
FAMILY AND TOILET
SOAP!!
BECAUSE, -with it a large washing can be done quicker
and better than with any other Soap, Washing Fluid, or
other compound.
BECAUSE, it doesnot produce irritation of the skin, or
make the hands red and hard, but soft, smooth, white
and healthy.
BECAUSE, it does not in any way injure Linen, Cotton,
or Woolen Goods, nor turn them yellow, but imparts a
transparent clearness.
BECAUSE, for softening and cleansing Flannels it has
no equal, and does not shrink them.
BECAUSE, it will remove Grease, Tar, Pitch and Paint
from Silk, Woolen, and Cotton Goods, and all fruit stains
from Table Linen and Napkins.
BECAUSE, it will wash in hard, salt, and limewater,
and is equally suited to all nice Toilet purposes, as well as
rough household work and cleaning paint
BECAUSE, its chemical properties being curative, it
will afford relief and effect a CURE of SALT RHEUM and
all Cutaneous Diseases.
BECAUSE, it is recommended by Chemists, Hotel-
Keepers, Steamboat Captains, Laundry Proprietors, and
by all who have used it and given it a fair trial, as the
best, cheapest, the purest, and most efficacious of all Soaps
in use, for all washing purposes, and gives full satisfao
toon wherever it has been generally used.
BECAUSE, the money will be refunded if it does not
prove itself fully satisfactory to all who buy it
For FAMILIES, in boxes of 70 and 35 pounds each, and
TOILET, in boxes of four dozen each.
The SOAP manufactured by STEARNS «t COMPANY
ft the ONLY PURE GLYCERINE SOAP made in
the United States. ~©CT The TOILET SOAP Is
put up in white, unpretending cakes. Is stamped with
Stearns & Co.’s name. ALL OTHERS ARE IMPURE.
Sold by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. -©ff
C. H. & P. S. SWAIN,
Sole Agents, No. 20 Old Slip.
RIF FI N & MACK,
DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
No. 93 SOUTH STREET,
New York.
APPLES, POTATOES, and ONIONS
Of all kinds put up in the best manner for shipping
io any climate.
A CENTS FOR THE BEST WATCH
fl I B GLASSES.
/| I I PLEASE KEEP THIS IN SIGHT,
/1 ■ g That you can have Fine Watches, Chronometers,
• B ■ E and Duplex Movements put In repair, and war
fl R I ranted to give perfect satisfaction, by experi-
B ■ ■ enced and skillful workmen, at CAMPBELL’S
JL <3 JEWELRY STORE. No. 339 FOURTH AVENUE,
first block below Harlem and New Haven Rail
road Depot, New York. Banjo, Guitar and Violin Strings
fcr sale.
OH, GLORIjOUS ORIENTAL!
MONARCH OF CONCERT HALLS,
AND ABODE OF THE GRACES!
Every feminine charm is depicted by the celebrated
living models of this establishment.
A SOUTH SEA ISLAND BELLE,
dressed in the fantastic costume of her race, is among the
unique curiosities. In fact the great
ORIENTAL CONCERT HALL,
No. 650 BROADWAY, (above Bleecker street,) .
Is the only place of the kind in the city worthy of a visit,
as no expense is spared by the management in his en
deavors to secure the most beautiful girls in the world to
wait upon the thousands who visit this mammoth estab
liahment. Admission Free. FRANK BURNS.
VE W YORK MUSIC HALL,
X No. 421 BROADWAY,
(Between Howard and Canal streets.)
Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors and Segars.
SHAFER & MURRAY, Proprietors.
A splendid Orchestra of Music.
PRETTY GIRLS TO WAIT UPON YOU.
NO CHARGE FOR ADMITTANCE.
THE FLORENCE MUSIC HALL,
NO. 562 BROADWAY.
OPEN DAY AND EVENING.
ADMITTANCE FREE.
TWENTY WAITER GIRLS IN ATTENDANCE.
CIGARS, WINES, ALES. AND LIQUORS,
Of the choicest kind, served to customers, while
SWEET MUSIC
is discoursed by the Choir.
HARRY LEE,GEO. E. HTASTAT.
CiT “LOUIS
ZO OLOGICAL garden,
NO. 602 BROADWAY.
BY C. W. McMURTRIE.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
WITH A FINE ORCHESTRA.
THE CALIFORNIA BEAR, weighing 1,700 pounds.
CALIFORNIA LIONESS, MEXICAN WOLF, ARKAN
SAS BEAR, and other animals.
ADMITTANCE FREE.
The champion music hall and
SHOOTING GALLERY.
No. 654 BROADWAY,
(Between Bleecker and Bond streets,)
Has been elegantly fitted up and ornamented with paint
ings, etc., etc. ; -and the friends of
KATE STANTON,
and the public generally, are invited to call and while
away an hour under the benign influence of delicious mu
sic, good cigars, choice wines, ales, and the
WAITER-GII'.LS. •
No charge for admittance.
CHARLES GROVESTEEN,
Sole Manager and Director.
The white house,
No. 113 GRAND ST-,
One door West of Broadway,
New York.
JOE COBURN A JAMES SAUNDERS,
Proprietors.
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS, ALES AND SEGARS.
Private Lessons in Sparring,
JOE COBURN, CHAMPION OF AMERICA.
ABRY HILL’S RESTAURANT AND
SALOON,
No. 26 EAST HOUSTON STREET,
Deservedly ranks as one of the popular institutions of
the City.
The Larder always supplied with the best viands, and
the Cellar with the
CHOICEST ALES, WINES, and LIQUORS,
1 A discriminating public has long constituted it a general
resort, and thither, daily, hundreds convene, not only to
refresh and re invigorate the animal economy, but to en
k>v the
PLEASURABLE DIVERTISEMENTS
OF
MUSIC, MELODY and SONG.
Feminine Courtship.—Aha ! all ye
; advocates for the special privileges of Leap Year,
just listen to this. “Women courting men,”
says our authority—“andwhynot? Whyshonld
all the business of courtship devolve upon man ?
It is only fair that woman should do her share of
■ the work. Besides, many a match that would
have proved a happy one has been broken off be
cause the customs of society restrained the wo
man from saying the right word at the right mo
-1 ment. What is a bashful lover to do, if the lady
of his choice will not help him out of the diffi
culty of popping the question ? The fact is, the
ladies do perform their share of the courting, not
only in semi-civilized communities, as in the in
stances spoken of below, but in our own enlight
-1 ened land! A most extraordinary custom pre
vails among the Vizres, a powerful tribe, occupy
, ing an extensive district in Cabul, among the
mountains, between Persia and India. It is in
‘ fact a female prerogative that has no parallel
among any other people upon the earth, and re
verses what we are in the habit of considering
the natural order of things—the women choose
their husbands, and not the husbands their wives.
If a woman be pleased with a man, she sends
the drummer of the camp to pin a handkerchief
to his cap with the pin she used to fasten her
hair. The drummer watches his opportunity,
and does this in public, naming the woman, and
the man is obliged to marry her if he can pay
the price to her father.” Now the Pacific
Monthly, after duly considering the above, as
serts that “our brother of the quill is mistaken
in supposing that ‘this female prerogative has
no parallel among any other people.’ A custom
substantially the same prevails among the Sand
wich Islanders. We remember once to have
asked a good-looking Hawaiian bachelor why he
did not get married, and he replied, with a look
of innocent simplicity, that ‘ none of the girls
had asked him !’ ”
Necessary Proof of Love.—The San
Francisco Mercury gives it as follows :—“ Well,
Ann, have you consented to be the wife of Mr.
White?” “No, Sally, I didn’t quite consent.”
“ Why not ? I think he loves you.” “Yes, but
he didn’t pile up the agony high enough. When
I give my hand to a wooer I want him to call
upon the gods to witness his deep devotion to
me. I want him to kneel at my feet, take one
of my hands between both of his, and with a
look that would melt an adamantine rock to pity,
beg me to take pity on his sufferings; and then
I want him to end by swearing to blow out his
brains on the spot if I do not compassionate his
sufferings.”
Sentiment and Sense.—“ Behold, my
Flora, how glorious Nature looks in her bloom!
The trees are filled with blossoms, the wood is
dressed in its green livery, and the plain is car-
Feted with grass and flowers.” “ Yes, Charles,
was thinking of the same thing. These flow
ers are dandelions, and when they are gathered
and put into a pot with a piece of good fat pork
thev make the best greens in the world!” Who
shall say some women have not practical minds
after that I
for the New York Dispatch.]
THE DYING COLOR-BEARER. t
a
By A. P. Aupev.
t:
Oh ’ take ir.o home to die, my brother ; take me home to
die—
For I’d look on our native hills before I close mine eye— t.
Would dream again the pleasant dreams of happy days
of yore—
Of the sweet songs of mother dear, that we shall hear no 11
more, „
Near where the laughing stream, in chorus leap’d its peb- ?
bly bed, 11
Close by the old, moss-grown churchyard, where rest the r
honor’d dead.
Thus, dying in my country’s cause, I there would long to
sleep. E
That in the dewy morn, the tear-gem’d flow’rs may o’er
me weep.
Then take me home to die, my brother, «
Ah! take urn home to die—
For I’d look orrour native hills
Before 1 close mine eye. f
’Mid trumpet’s call, drum s dreaded roll, and cannon’s <]
fearful roar, ,
Bright bay’nets glanced and sabres flashed, yet warm *
with human gore—
Our men, with steady front, charged grandly on the r
rebel foe, 1
Where Carnage red looked on dire deeds of sickening, r
mortal woe.
Thus, in the battle, I upheld the flag of liberty,
And thought bow sweet it were to die, oh! lather-land, t
for thee— .
Then, as the bullet of the traitor sped toward my heart, 1
I cried with joy, midst shriek and groan, I, too, have done (
my part I ,
Then take me home to die, my brother, 1
Ah! take me home to die—
For I’d look on our native hills
Before I close mine eye. 1
?
IWritten for the New York Dispatch.)
TIP MONTHS IN THE FOREST. ’
SOUTH BOND —TROUT FISHING A 1
DEER HUNT.
BY TABtAWUS.
It was a warm, hushed morning ; the sky,
densely packed with dun clouds that shut out
the sun, promised at no distant hour a storm.
The strident screams of a flock of gaudy jays
flitting from bush to bush along the margin of
Carz’s “corn patch” were the only sounds
that broke the sleepy repose of the morning.
“It’s a glorious time for trout at South
Pond; we might drive in a deer, too,” re
marked the guide.
Forthwith we gathered our fishing-tackle
and rifles, and taking the brace of hounds, set
out on the trail for that lovely spot. It was
sleeping in a hazy, half day light when we
reached the shore and launched the skiff.
I guess we’ll cross to t’other side and put
out the dogs and then go up the inlet,” said
Cary.
The eager hounds leaped overboard into the
shallow water before the skiff touched the
shore, and scrambled through the marsh to
the woods, where, as we continued up the
lake, they were visible scouring to and fro
along the margin of the timber, with their
noses to the ground. At last they disappear
ed, and we saw and heard no more of them.
We landed Tony as a sentinel upon the tiny
island near the head of the lake, while Cary
took us up the inlet a half mile beyond to
throw the “ flies.” The stream finds the lake
after a tedious winding through a marshy flat
of many acres. The tall, wild oats that hedged
the banks shut out from our sight, seated in
the boat, all the landscape except the tops of
the surrounding mountains. As we wound
along the limpid stream, gazing over the boat
side at the pebbly bottom,
“ Hark !” exclaimed Cary.
Splash, splash, splash! the sound of meas
ured leaps through the grass and water on our
right met the ear.
“ Stand up, qnick ! There they go1”
Two noble deer, disturbed at our approach,
were spanning with long, buoyant leaps the
flat between the river and the mountain side.
Cary’s rifle was in his hand, but he replaced
it in the boat, saying :
“ ’Taint much use to shoot now, they’ve
got mqst too far off; if I’d thought of deer
bein’ in here this time o’day, we’d have spot
ted one of the pair sartin.”
Soon the skiff glided within the deep shadow
of the heavy timber, whose branches interlac
ing overhead, made a perpetual twilight be
low. Turning the next bend, the dashing of a
waterfall told us that we had reached the head
of navigation here.
“ Here’s the spot,” said the old man.
A high barrier of rocks dripping with spray,
and nearly hidden by the luxuriant alder
bushes that love the water, arose athwart the
river. The water tumbles down this ledge of
rocks from terrace to terrace at least sixty feet
into a basin hollowed out by the impetuous
floods pf spring to a great depth. The pool
is about one hundred feet in breadth. Circling
lazily round and round this rock-bound prison,
the tide at last finds egress below, in a current
but a few inches deep, over a white pebbly bar
deposited there by the escaping waters.
The whole spot is completely overshadowed
and hemmed in by a thicket of cedars and
tamaracs and other evergreens, so dense and
, tangled that one could hardly penetrate it
from the shore. Cary pushed the boat gently
up against this bar across the current, at the
lower bound of the pool, and secured it to an
overhanging alder bush.
. “Now,” said he, “we must sit still, and
make no more stir than we can help. We’U
have some nice trout out of this in a few min
utes ; but they’re as shy as hawks, anil as soon
as they see us they’ll go into the rocks under
the fall. It’s of no use to fish then.”
’ We eagerly promised to obey the old man’s
injunctions. ’ The darkness of the spot is in
our favor, for no shadow is cast across the
water. The rods are spliced, and a “fly” of
brown deer’s hair alights upon the dark clear
tide close by the foam of the fall. The spe
cious lure rides along upon the gyrating flood;
i it drifts perhaps six feet, when, with a savage
dash, a trout broader than one’s hand flashes
upward and clear out of the water, and goes
down again a shower of spray, with the hook
1 fast in his jaws. He plunges to the very bot
tom ; the line hums from the reel, yet he withes
5 the slim but tough rod-tip into the very water.
He is a furious fellow. Another dash toward
the honey-combed rocks over yonder.
“ Don’t let him get in there !—he’ll take
, your line off!” warns Cary. “Haul him
right in! haul him in! your hook w“l hold !
i That’s it. He’s a three-pounder—a good one,
, I vow!”
■> The old man baits his hook with venison,
i and it must be owned takes two trout to our
, one, and with not half the commotion. A
*trout strikes as he “ skitters’ ’ his bait over the
1 water, he hooks him and directly drags him on
* board without loss of time. He angles by
■ main strength. We fly-fishers, however, have
■ no leisure, though while we humor and ‘ ‘ play’ ’
one fish a half dozen times across the pool,
’ Cary has quietly dragged two into the boat.
’ “The trout are plenty, aint they, boys?
t Nobody ever fishes them but me, and I haint
put a hook in here afore for I don’t know how
long. They can’t go above these rocks in low
water, and they all seem to gather in this
hole.”
’ Indeed, this picturesque bowl or cauldron,
! seems to swarm with large trout. No sooner
does the fly alight on the water than a kaleid-
• oscope of golden sides, purple spotted, crimson
■ fins and snowy bellies, flashes around it.
“ How many have we got ?”
> “ Thirty and upward.”
“Well, let’s pull back to the island; that
thirty trout will weigh fifty pounds, if not
! over.”
The skiff had made half the distance back to
■ the island, Cary leisurely pulling at the oars
and smoking, while we hung over the gunwale
i watching the trailing water grass, which rooted
1 on the bottom in large tufts, floated and swayed
on the current like gigantic horse tails —when
’ the crack of Tony’s rifle came echoing through
the woods, the signal agreed upon that the
hounds were in hearing. We had almost given
up hearing from them to-day; but at the sig
nal, Cary cried, “They are cornin’ sure,” and
bent himself to the oars. The light shell
bounds down the current, and we are speedily
in sight of the island. The chase is now in
plain hearing. The baying of the hounds,
multiplied by the surrounding mountains, ech
oes wildly around the sleeping lake. It swells
nearer and louder; for at last the pressed quar
ry turns the race down the mountain side to
ward the water.
“I’m afraid the deer will be in and out agin
afore we get there. They’re drivin’ right
down, now!”
“There’s Tony motioning us! Yes, yes!
The deer is in now! Look away down this
shore, under that rocky point; don’t you see
his horns? He’s striking close ’along the
shore.”
The boat now fairly leaps over the water,
urged by the hunter’s brawny strokes. We
touch the island; Tony jumps from a rock into
the prow.
“Go ahead, now!” exclaims he; “there’s
two of them in the lake ; one is clear down by
the outlet; we’ll let him go out and pull for
this one. Do you see him in the shadow of
the shore, yonder ? I vow for it, he’s headed
this way now!”
“ Sit still, all; that will save us
With antlers thrown back, and nostrils in
the air, the buck cleaves the water like an
arrow. With such slender limbs and narrow
hoofs, the rapidity with which a deer swims is
truly astonishing.
The hounds have followed the track down to
the beach, where the fugitive took water, and
are non’coursing up and down the shore, whin
ing with baffled desire. By this time the fu
gitive is within sixty or seventy rods of the
island. Fleeing from the noisy hounds, he has
not yet scented his worst enemies.
‘ Come, now for a dash 1 he won’t get much
nigher to us,” shouted Cary.
The oars dash into the water, and the skiff
shoots forth from the shelter of the island.
The fugitive has caught the first splash of
the oars; he throws one look toward the new
danger, turns about, and for a few rods bouuds
half clear from the water in his desperate com
bat with the coming fate. Too late, luckless
fugitive, safe in neither element, your strong
race deserves a better fortune. It is a cruel
way to hunt the deer, but in the excitement of
the chase one does not think of that. When
the hunt is over, they all, the hunters, con
demn the practice. It is no hunting at all in
fact; it demands no skill.
Suffice it that Cary pulled the skiff upon the
quarry, and the guide shot it in the water. The
hounds are yet complaining on the shore ; the
skiff is headed thither, towing our game by the
horns. The dogs are dragged on board, ex
hausted and covered with mud.
At the landing, the two hunters dress the
venison ; each shoulders a half, and we take
the trail homeward, well laden with spoils.
(Written for ttie New York Dispatch. I
GREENROOM SKETCHES.
BY CTJffIABEIit.
THE VETERAN.
A pleasing sight is a cheerful fire in the Green
Room on a cold winter night, even if your cos
tume is not of the warmest texture. You don’t
mind it, so that you can drop in between your
scenes and warm yourself. I was reminded
strongly of the effect of a good fire on a veteran
of the stage, who had taken the chills—ho got
by the side of it, and was so delighted that he
went to sleep; he had divested himself of a slip
per, and being aroused to go on the stage, forgot
to put it on; when he appeared it was difficult for
those on the scene to keep from laughing. The
Veteran perfectly unconscious that anything was
amiss, frowned indignant at Iris brothers on the
stage for daring to smile in a serious piece. Af
ter declaiming to some extent, he had to cross in
front, when all of a sudden he was brought to
the realization of his situation by a largo splin
ter that penetrated his foot, causing a short un-,
graceful motion, and a universal laugh by actors
and audience. I think I see him now looking at
his foot—it was none of the handsomest, and its
being only in a stocking did not show it off to
advantage; age had flattened it, and a majestic
bunion spread it to a great extent. It was on
this occasion that I began to see the difference
between the Veteran and the Novice. A young
man would have been disconcerted by such a
mishap and probably have lost his chain of
thought and deftroyed the scene, not so the
Veteran, he seemed to receive new energy by
the accident, giving his exit speech with such
effect as to receive three rounds of applause.
Ho rotunda to the Green Room for his slip
per, and putting it on went to his dressing
room. He did not feel much pain that night, by
the accident. Examining his foot while dress
ing, nothing was to be seen save a slight scratch,
and nothing was thought of it. The Veteran
toddled to the theatre for a few days, to rehearse
a new part. He did not happen to be in the bills
for several evenings. A slight swelling began to
develop itself in the foot—inflammation in the
leg. A physician, on examining, said there must
be a splinter in the sole of the foot, and it should
be primed out. It was attempted to be done, but
nothing could be extracted. Meanwhile, the
Veteran continued to increase in suffering, and
fears for his life began to be entertained; but
nothing daunted him. He foresaw it all before
the doctor, and, threatened by lock-jaw, began to
prepare to die. A friend to all sects, he was at
heart Catholic, and wished to die in the faith.
He seemed to derive a satisfaction from his last
speech, receiving three rounds; and, as he had
no friends or relatives to mourn for him, he was
content to die. “ I have often rehearsed the
part,’” said he, solemnly, “ and I hope I shall be
firm. I never wilfully injured any man in my
life. My birth has always been a mystery to the
world—let it remain so. I know the secret; to
reveal it might make others unhappy, and cer
tainly could not benefit me. My wardrobe and
’ props will pay my funeral expenses. The small
picture of the lady in my private drawer I wish
’ buried with me.” One week after, the career of
1 the Veteran closed in his native dust.
MY WORTHY HOST.
If anything in the world is calculated to make
a man happy, it is a plain and cheerful home.
As you cannot always enjoy your own in our pre
i fession, it is necessary to find one in some eom-
I tollable hotel or private boarding house. The
former, I think, preferable for a professional, as
1 they are not apt to think so much about what
t “Mrs. Grundy will say in church next Sunday.”
r A worthy host one time solicited the patronage
j of the entire company, and made great prepara
i tion for them ; but the principal members only
went; for his terms were a little beyond what
i seme salaries could afford to pay. It was indeed
. a merry home the first few weeks—business good
1 —money plenty. We were introduced to all the
‘ celebrities of the place. Our leading man was
1 very agreeable and witty in the extreme. He
r would elucidate on the beauties of the place, and
regret that he could not be In the town all the
s year round; but the metropolis demanded him
- in the regular season. Some of the moneyed
men of the place wished us to select a location
e for a new theatre. The old one had formerly
* been a church, and was not in as good con
r dition as it should be. A new site was selected,
:- and in a week or two the plans were to ba drawn..
; While this was in contemplation, the business
e suddenly fell off, and the houses did not reach
>s expenses. Various were the excuses made. My
’ worthy host explained how something was al
, ways going on, and then to make all cheerful
s and in good humor, he would insist upon us
'■ taking a little something with him. He would
s say: . 1
“ By-the-bye, that meeting last night affected
d the house. There’s a concert to-night, but I
don’t think ’twill do much.”
“ Oh, no,” says a friend, “ concerts nor the
’ atres will do much at present, as long as the
‘J great revival lasts.”
Then each actor would give his opinion of
>, what he thought would draw. One said this
another that. When the leading man said we
i, had better draw off and leave the place, my
lr worthy host exclaimed:
a “ Why, are you mad ? Just as everything is
working so we’ll. Four weeks more, and we shall
e have all the ctock taken for the new theatre.
a Squire Jones has stated “that ho will invest if
Y Deacon Smith will.
e . But for all this business did not improve.
’ Something of a reader o/ike human face, I no
! ticed my worthy host’s srn.de grew fainter and
beautifully less every day. OIV leading man be
? gan to have the chills.
1 I will never forget one morning. He had been
in the habit of praising everything, he was
v considered a most sensible man. T??e sensa
v tion this morning, at the breakfast tabid, was l
s occasioned by a remark he made with reference’
to the locality of the place.
“ Is not the land low here ?” says he.
r “ Why do you ask such a question ?” said one
of the ladies.
’ “Because,” he replied, “I feel aguish and
1 have had trembling for some days. The fact is
Madam, they overrate new places. A stranger,
at first, is carried awav with appearances, but
time that makes all right explains. This is my
t last excursion in vacation, that is, professional
t ly. To tread the stage as I have done for the
last two weeks, and see my friend, the manager,
making spasmodic efforts(to smile ; the treasurer
? impressing me that he is flush, and poor fellow,
8 at the same time, penniless. I can’t stand it, I
e must face things as they are, not as I would like
1 them Ladies and gentlemen, it is no use to
1 mince the matter. If the theatre is to be kept
! open for the next four weeks, as was the original
j intention, it must done by the capitalists of the
place. No speculative plan will induce me or
my friends here of the profession to remain. I
1 trill give the manager notice to-night; he is an
honorable man, but we will not consent to ruin
I him, for the sake of a vain and imaginary pree
l tige.”
y “My worthy host, for your kindness to ns,
J . accept the best thanks we can give, which is the
amount of our bills and a farewell.”
’ “You stir not hence!” said the host; “ I wil
arrange everything right.”
3 That night he waited on the moneyed men ef
■ the place to see what they would do. AU were
■ short at that particular time. Thinking he haff
a firm friend in Squire Jones, he called there,
t and to his astonishment was informed that Tie
had changed his intention after consulting with
' Deacon Smith.
, It appears that boJk made up their minds to
give all they had in world (which was noth-
1 ing) for the benefit of the entire human race.
i A few yeai-s after, the leading man became a
i * * * * # *
manager of fortune. The worthy host was sent
for, and took charge of a large establishment in
the metropolis, on the recommendation of the
i manager. Both are now rich, and being honest,
ever receive the patronage of the worthy. But
nothing pleases my worthy host so much as to
be in the midst of the profession, telling his
stories of Squire Jones and Deacon Smith, who
. were going to invert in a theatre and didn’t, and
then exclan a ; ng “ When, boys, does your benefit
come off, for I want then a pile of tickets ?”
Noble fellow 1 may his t hftdOW never grow less«
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