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IHU of '-Paris—Viscountess Farandale—she
■with whcm Gaston d’Arches fancied himself
madly in love.
On the third day, Dake Tyrell was agreeably
turpi ised by a note from Gaston. The young
nobleman apologised, in the set phrases which
rise so easily to the practised man, for his un
avoidably absence the two previous days. - He
had been occupied with an affair of honor in
teresting a friend, he said ; and ended by so-
Ucitirg a visit from Duke. Simple-minded,
and far too sincere to see more than the words
actually written, the gipsy gladly obeyed. He
met with a cordial reception from Gaston ’Ar
ches, who drove with him in his brougham to
the Count de Chantilly's.
After introducing Duke to this gentleman as
“the good friend who had saved his life,’’
Gaston tock his departure, leaving the two to
come to an understanding.
In all this there was no deceit or ingratitude
On Gaston’s part. He really felt his obliga
tion to Duke, and certainly meant to serve
him. He did not perceive that there may be
points in his character, even of a man in Duke’s
position, which make him as keenly sensitive
as the loftiest of mankind. But Gaston ar
gued, “ When a man acknowledges a theft,
though committed for such a purpose as thi
man states, he cannot be over sensitive or nice.’’
In thus misjudging Duke, he took the gen
eial view, without admitting the exception.
In the Count de Chantilly Duke had to deal
with a totally different man to Gaston d’Ar
ches. The count invariably pursued a round
about course. Gaston dashed straight at his
Object. The count began at the bottom of the
waters, and stirred up all the mud before he
rose to the surface.
Gaston disliked working in filth. If the op
era! ion threw up anything worth having, he
was not averse to availing himself of the booty,
but he liked to have his fingers clean.
The count adroitly expressed much interest in
what he had heard of Duke’s history, both on
his account, as he had saved the life of his
friend at the risk of his own, and also because
he bad lived much in London, and loved the
English. But this history had been most im
perfectly stated to him ; for Count Gaston
d'Arches was hare-brained and careless. To
comprehend it perfectly, therefore, he dived
down below the surface, and thence brought
up aa astounding story of a girl, whom Duke
fancied to be a myth, a grand-daughter of
“ the Little Corporal,” supposed to be gaining
her living somewhere or somehow in the
streets of Paris. So at least, said Duke, he
had learnt from a gipsy woman.
This was a startling intimation to the Count
de Chantilly, though Duke expressed his firm
belief that there was no truth in it, as the girl
had been sought everywhere in vain.
“ And her name ?” asked the count.
Why was it that Duke, so unguarded about
himself, was keenly alive to a dread of women's
names bring bandied about among a set of idle
men ? It was a peculiar manliness, unhappily
very rate where women’s worst enemies are
too often these who should protect them if
worthy, or screen them if faulty, while time
for repentance and amendment still remain.
“Then you never heard the name?” asked
the count.
“ Never !” was the reply.
Enough, however, had been said for the
myrmidons of the police to be put on the alert
for days.
“No foreigner at all answering the descrip
tion, and whose antecedents were unknown,
Was then in Paris,” was the report.
Catterina was at this time wandering
through Normandy with her uncle.
CHAPTER XLVIII.
DUKE TTHKBLL’S NEW OFFICE.
We may here explain the reason why the
Count de Chantilly felt uneasy at this most
unexpected intelligence, and doubly resolved,
at any cost, to secure Duke Tyrrell.
As a devoted adherent of the reigning
dynasty in France, and knowing well how
prone are the French to get up a sensation and
disturbance, he felt that many a slighter foun
dation had given rise to insurrection than the
prrfent cause. He felt serious alarm at the
result of the discovery of even a left-handed
grand-daughter of one to beloved in France as
“ the Little Corporal.”
The Count de Cantilly was perfectly content;
it w;.s, indeed, in his own interests that the
presrnt empbror should reign in peace. An
ovation in favor of a possibly suppositious
Scion would have been a serious mishap.
Great as was the intimacy between the
Count de Chantilly and Gaston d’Arches, it
was rather curious how sednouely the former
concealed this matter from his friend. Subse
quet tly, also, when he held Duke firmly in
his poser, ho forbade his breathing a syllable
Of it to any living soul.
Ns.thing now remained but to make D uke
the effer reserved for his acceptance. This
was to become—as the Count had the power
to have him made —a secret service officer,
that creation called a mouclmd in France, in
reality, a spy, and an excrescence upon a fine
count', y. Nothing in France can" be lower in
the eyes cf all than the mowc'wrd. Notevan
the public executioner is so much despised ;
for bis deeds, at all events, are done in day
light, whereas the moucAarii stabs in the dark.
The man, and often the woman, with whom
you are intimate, and deem your friend, is in
the secret pay of the police as a spy.
Some few years since, a pleasing, highly
educated woman kept a curiosity shop in one
of the handsomest streets in Paris. Hany an
unguaided word uttered before her by her cus
tomers was repeated and highly paid for by the
police.
This was the position offered Duke Tyrrell
by tire Count de Chantilly. His knowledge of
French was sufficient; his birth, as an English
man, would make him doubly useful; his
character and conduct since his resideflfce in
Paris were good securities for his fidelity. Be
sides—but this the Count did not say—“We
make one man a watch over another, so none
can deceive us. We hold all by some secret
chain.”
Uprose Duke, when he was fully made to
comprehend the nroposal, towering in height,
bursting with indignation before the Count de
Chantilly.
What,! he, Duke, who had loved, and been
loved once, by Shira Strang, to become lost
lost and degraded like this 1
Alas 1 he was not the first, and most assur
edly will not be the last, to prove that where
we sin we are punished, and that our early
tranpgreseiona find us out, and demand re tri -
butive justice. It was the Count’s object not
to threaten, but quietly and surely to attach
him to the interests of France. He knew too
much to be allowed to run loose and carry his
intelligence away with him. Moreover, he
was in every way an acquisition. Secret expe
ditions to England were often advisedly and
necetsary. Well secured, who could better
fulfill them than this man ?
Well secured ! This was the essential point,
or would have been, if the count had not taken
his own private and well-executed measures
before this interview.
“You see,” he said, calmly, looking up at
the indignant Duke standing before him, “ in
Offering you this I give you the option of a
good, confidential, lucrative position on the
one hand, or a prison on the other.”
“A prison I” exclaimed Duke.
. “ A prison. You seem to forget how much
I overlook in making you this offer, simply to
oblige my friend, Count Gaston d’Arches,
whose life you probably saved. There is a lit
tle episode in your career, which you have
probably forgotten, about a certain night in
London when you stopped and robbed a gen
tleman.”
Duke quite staggered beneath this most un
expected blow.
“ I see by your pallor,” continued the count,
“ that you quite understand me now. I have
in my possession copies of all the depositions
made before a magistrate in London ; of the
bills offering twenty pounds reward for your
apprehension; and, strange to say, even the
pccket-book in which the money was when
taken from Captain Lindsay’s pocket.”
Duke Tyrrell positively shrank b.ick in
affright before the half-closed, sinister eyes of
the man who but too surely held him in his
meshes.
A prison and the hulks, nothing less, stared
the unfortunate man in the face if he should
be handed over to the authorities in England.
A prison and separation from all—a prison to
that free man.
“You can go now, my friend,” said the
count, waving his hand kindly. 1 ’ I offer you
a position sought after, even coveted by many;
high pay—which will enable you very soon to
Tedeem your little forced loan, since that is
your aim, I hear—with my fullest confidence
and friendship, if you serve me faithfully, and
I have much power. I don’t like to threaten;
I wish to attach you to me. Now go ; reflect
npon what I have said, and come to me at
twelve to-morrow.”
When the great responsibilities devolving
Upon the secret service men in France are con
sidered, the count’s anxiety to secure the fidel
ity of a desirable man, by almost any means,
Will be understood.
How or when the act had been accomplished
Was a secret never known to Duke ; but, on
entering his lodgings, he found that his bureau
had been rifled, although the lock was intact,
and that his papers—pocket book and all—
Were gone, yet his money was untouched.
Strange to say, neither his own name nor that
pt ghiia SUiiDg was among his documents.
Nothing to prove his identity—nothing to lead
to the detection of Lady Farandale.
Duke passed a long black night of stormy
thought. He could -not fly ;in every sense he
felt ho was a prisoner. He knew spies were
about his path, and he was still not indifferent
enough to hie old love to give up the fate that
attached him to her for a chain heavy to be
borne.
What was he, after all ? Why should he re
sist? Who thought of him now? Lost he
was already ; why hope or care to redeem his
one false step ?
“Ha 1” articulated the Count de Chantilly,
as Duke stood before him next day, without
argument or entreat, merely saying, “I ac
cept !”—“ ha! I was sure you would not bo so
foolish as to refuse. Believe me, ’ tis a charm
ing position. You have only to dress and walk
about as a gentleman, and just tell me, or any
one I depute, the little pleasant things you
hear or see in your day’s walk. I attach you
principally to my own person. You will take
your orders from me or from Count Gaston—
’tis the same thing. Serve me well, and you
will be rich. Now’ go. You will receive your
first quarter’s salary in advance to-night from
a friend who will initiate you into the mys
teries of your profession.”
Duke was leaving without a word, when the
Count de Chantilly stopped him.
“By the way, what do you say is the name
of ycur lady-love ? Of course, you have no se
crets from me now.”
“ I will die first —go to prison or a scaff >ld,
before I betray that!” was the energetic reply.
“ That is my secret, at all events ; locked in
my breast, not in my bureau, Monsieur le
Comte.”
“Well, well, never mind. I dare say I
shall know it some day. Adieu.”
Thus Duke Tyrrell became a slave and a
mauchard.
From that day forth, the Count de Chantilly
no longer treated Duke with favor. It was in
his interest, as a man deeply engaged in poli
tics, to keep well withall he employed. Still,
he never stepped beyond the boundaries of a
master’s position. The Count could not for
give or forget Duke’s refusal to tell either his
own name or that of her ho had followed.
What was more provoking still, all efforts
steadily made for nearly a year to discover
those two well-kept secrets had been in vain.
Nevertheless, a more efficient or acute man
did not exist in the honorable corps of mow
chards than Duke Tyrrell. When the last
act of honesty had been accomplished, and the ‘
sum purloined from Captain Lindsay had been
repaid—a fact duly noted in the English pa
pers, which Duke means to procure for his
own satisfaction —he seemed at once to sever
all ties with his former life, name, and hopes,
and to sink down, from sheer disgust with life,
into Felix Reybaud, the mouchard.
Strangest of all, perhaps, in a character prone
to revenge like his, he bore no malice toward
Gaston d’Arches for betraying him into his
present position. He rightly judged the young
Frenchman to be incapable of feeling for his
degradation. Gaston, in fact, had intended to
serve his friend the Count de Chantilly, and
do Duke a service at the same time ; and, in
his opinion, he had amply succeeded. To
ward the count Duke, felt as toward an un
scrupulous taskmaster, who holds you in his
power, and cares nothing for your feelings, so
own interests are served.
It was in this state of mind that Duke met
with Catterina; without a friend—for he would
have none ; no one he could respect would care
for him ; without an affection—for every feel
ing of love for Shira Strang had faded into
nothingness before Viscount Farandale’s wife.
The phantom-like story he had heard of Sir
Glenhelm’s real heiress treading the highway
of life as a mendicant, had passed from his
memory, and swept away in the floods of a
troubled existence.
Those who had been bidden to seek “an
English girl” earning her living in the public
streets, failed to recognize her in “ mi Catterina,’’
the Italian niece of the blind organ-grinder.
It was reserved for Duke Tyrrell to make the
discovery. Passing, one evening, through a
dark bye-street, ho heard a girl’s shriek. Has
tening to the spot, he found Catterina strug
gling with a tipsy ruffian, who had barred he
passage.- With one grasp of his strong hand,
Duke delivered her from her cowardly assail
ant, and flung him aside. He then offered to
protect her whither she might be going. He
did this not taking her to be other than a poor
street-singer, possibly lest and degraded, like
himself. There was no contamination in his
presence. The girl gladly consented, seeing in
him crily a man who had saved her from in
sult. and to whom she felt grateful.
As they walked on together, Catterina, in
her simple, artless manner, told him how she
earned her living. She added that she was
under the protection of a blind uncle, whom
she was hurrying to join at a cafe, before which
he was awaiting her, when she was assailed by
the intoxicated ruffia-n. Duke escorted her as
far f.s the Boulevards. There, thanking him,
she hurried away.
Again and again they met. Chance, or it
might have been, insensibly to himself, design,
constantly directed his footsteps toward her
weli known haunts. He knew she lived in the
Faubourg St. Martin, but that was a wide
scope for an address. At length he found him
self inquiring of others about her, watching
her, and from all the same tale—“ often sought
and tempted, yet never won.”
Thus Catterina, in her poverty and virtue,
became a link between this degraded man and
life. Until he knew her to give him an inter
est, in living, he had merely dragged on an al
most animal existence, with his past memories
and hopes.
If he could have loved again, Catterina
would have been the object. But, conscious
of his own position, Duke was content to fol
low and watch her as a friend. So their ac
quaintance might have proceeded for a far
greater length of time, but for the circum
stance of a chance meeting between the Count
de Chantilly and the girl.
The count had never forgotten the story of
Paquita Buona’s child. Often in a crowd, his
" eves eagerly scanned the faces, thinking of
what he had heard. One day, upturned at his
brougham window, he saw a countenance that
struck him. He was not alone, and circum
stances prevented him from stopping ; but he<
looked through the window at the back, aud
saw that the girl was playing a tamborine,
whilst a man ground an organ. These were
sufficient indications to assist his inquiries.
For reasons of his own he would ask noth
ing of Gaston ; but another friend, to whom
he carelessly spoke of a beautiful street singer,
replied—
“ That’s Tamborineite, the blind organ
man’s niece. Every one knows her beauty.
They say, too, she is modest and’virtuous.
You may see her every evening in the Champs
Elysees.”
This was the motive of the count’s visit to
that spot with Gaston d’Arches, both in dis
guise ; for his person was so well known, that
whenever any little private expedition was in
view, he indulged in a trifling masquerade to
escape the wagging tongues of the world.
The likeness'which had startled the count in
passing, was still more evident as Catterina
stood singing before them in the Elysian
Fields. There could be no doubt that she was
the person alluded to by Felix Reybaud. The
rest we know.
Surprised at the extraordinary absence of
Alessandro, and the attempted abduction of
Catterina, Duke Tyrrell, strange to say, totally
forgot, for a moment, in his agitation, the
Count de Chantilly’s astonishment at the
name of Buona. It had likewise escaped his
memory that he himself had told Gaston d’Ar
ches and the count of the supposititious grand- x
daughter of “ the Little Corporal,” believed to
be somewhere about..
[To ba continued.]
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—aatmmrmn-BUNin nnwi, i— iiiwrwiniM »MggißaMang3>
jjelaysTre danger’dus.
THctc aie more Deaths In the United
States from Consumption during the
Year than from almost all
other Diseases together.
These alarming facts coming under my observation dur
ing the early part of my medical studies induced me to
devote my entire energy and ability to the cure of this
destroyer of mankind. I consulted the most eminent
medical authorities ancient and modern, who had writ
ten on the treatment of Consumption. I selected their
best and most approved remedies for the cure of the dig
ease, and administered them with that care and attention
which characterize an industrious physician; but, alas!
all my efforts were fruitless. I eould arrest the progress of
Consumption, but not e&move it I could move the pains
in the sloes and chest by blistering or cupuicg, and oould
lull the disnessing cough with opium or squills; fai a word,
I found there was no mineral medicine or combination of
minerals, capable of curing Consumption. I therefore
turned my attention to other modes of treatment, an l
have succeeded in accomplishing what I so long desired,
that is, to prepare a medicine which will remove the ooi -
rupt matter from the lungs, and neal those parts which
mah have suffered irom ulceration, or which mayhavj
been ruptured and broken by the distressing couch.
As a proo f of the suc?ess of my system of treating Con
sumption,! am in pcs.e?sion of more than •* , IVE HUN
DBED TESIIMONIALS OF CURE from patients, resi
dents of the city of New York, a few or which are here
appended:
Frauds Goode, So. 235 Ta&d Avenue.
Some ten or twelve months sicce, my son, aged eleven
If prostrated by consumption m its miidsr form.
I inimtaiately secured the attendance of a skilful phy
sician. who was untiring in bis efforts to abate the disease.
His efforts were nnavui ing, however, and the disease as
sumed ach rente form ci the worst nature. From this
time l>«* wastes awin’ to a mere skeleton. No food wou I
remain on his stoma'--'', ana he h«ui to ba held in mv arms
the greater part of ice time. It wa; wfth dWH=ait r H >
could breathe at all tr<d sometimes ha would nearly suf
focate in his cflcr-3 * throw oil the phlegm from his chest
which wou’d last from fifteen to twen'y minutes without
ceaation. For fort? one days no food except fluids had
been taken on kb .stomach. The physician pronounced.
hi 3 cnee a hopeless cue. Three other phi slcians were
called in. all of whom said my poor boy must die. Bat I
could net give him up without at least one more trial, and
I sent for Dr. O’rook’, No 85 Third avenue of whose prac
tice I had heard much sa'd. He promptly attenled my
summons, and took the case io hand. And now my dear,
darling boy is well, vigorous and strong as ever. Look at
Idm and judge for yourself.
John Denny, Wagon Mantsfaelnrcr, 81
East Eleventh sit eet.
I insert this testimony as an acknowledgment of my
gratitude to Dr. O’Toole, for having cured me of
consumption of five joars standing. I had used
every known remedy for the cure of the disease,
but without benefit. My breathing grew so short and
cough so distressing, that I was unable to sleep dar
ing light or walk during the day. My frienas and
family had given up ail hopes cf my recovery. I have
used these medicines ior the past three mouths, and with
such benefit that I can attend to business as well as at
any time during my life. My health is and the dis
tressing symptoms of my disease are gone.
Ccftrge Jessop, Ke. 402 Eighth street.
I insert this testimony as an acknowledgment of my
gratitude to Dr. O’Toole, lor hiving cured me of Con
sumption of five years standing I had used every known
remedy lor the cure of the disease but without benefit
My breath'Eg grew short and cough so distressing that I
was unable to sleep during the night or work during the
day. My friends and family h*d given up all hopes of
my recoverv. I have used Dr. O’Toole’s medicines for
the part three months, and with such oeuofittnat lean
attend to business as well as ax any time during mv life.
My he alth Is good, aud the distressing symptoms of my
dieeaee are gone.
P. Langau, No. 269 West 36th Street.
Feelings of gratitude toward you, and duty to all who -
may be fuffering with consumption, induces me to offer
you my heartfelt thanks ior the benefit which I have de
rived from the use of your medicines. For near twelve
months, I suffered with a most distressing cough, and
raising a thick mucus or phlegm, constant pains in the
sides and chest, and frequently a dizziness of the head.
At lergth I became so weak that my friends despaired of
my rec< very and some even advised me to give up the
use of all medicines, as they would only increase my suf
ferings. Hearirgof your success in curing consumption,
and meeting a friend of mine whom you had cured, 1 was
induced to go under your treatment, and by the use of
your medicines for one week I was relieved ot most
of my distressing symptoms. My cough has entire
ly disappeared. The rains have left iny sides and
chest, and I now consider mysek in as good health as at
any time during my lite.
Brs. E. Looker, No. 269 West 37th Street.
Permit me through your widely circulating column?, to
return my thanks to Dr. O>TpoJe, ot this city, by whom
L. De6li restored to health, when 1 was considered by
all to be far advanced in consumption. I suffered with a
most distressing cough, constant pains and soreness in the
sides and chest, shortness of breathing, and was so weak
thatl wasf tigued by the slightest exertion. I took Dr.
O'Toole’s meoicines for about 5 weeks, my health has
rapidly improved, all my distressing symptoms have dis
appeared. Hoping that others nuy derive similar bene
fits from the use ot these medicines.
William Cullen, No. 210 West 43d Street.
I take this method of offering you my most sincere
thanks for the great benefits I have derived irom the use
of your medicines, I suffered Consumption fpr nearly
three years, and the disease had so far advanced that
when Isent for you in the early part of last February
neither myself nor friends had any hopes or my recove
ry, I was then confined to bed. had not attended to busi
ness for more than six months ; was . arrass&d night aud
day with a continual distressing cough, constant pains in
the sides and chest, sweats, and general weakness of
the system, which made my life truly miserable. I have
used your medicines in every p articular as you prescribed,
and with such beneficial results that I now enjoy better
health han I have done lor ye’ars past; not avesdgeof
my d sease remain?, and I conscientiously ommend ail
who may suffer with any form of consumption to place
themselves under your treatment
James Kei nan, No. 36 Essex street.
“ I suffered with a distressing cough, dizziness of the
head, and other symptoms of Consumption, to such an ex
tent that I was considered incurable. My breathing be
came so short that I was supported by pillpws at night,
fearing I should be smothered if I lay down. When I
consuhed Dr. O’Tocle. I had used every medicine known
to be prescribed fur the disease, but found no relief. I
commenced usirg hit medicine and went according to
his dl> ection for six weeis. by the end of which time I
was perfectly cured. This wag in 1861, and I have enjoyed
good health ever since.”
The foregoing certificates, it will be perceived arc from
persons within ihe reach of New York and neighboring
cities Enough of country tertinmniils, from Maine to
California, can Le produced to fill a small sized news
paper
Pattenta consulting by letter should be particular in de
sni ibing their symptoms, age, and length of time suffering.
On receipt of $5,1 will send a supn'y of my preparations
by express to anyrart of the United States or Canada.
All letteis registered may be sent at my risk.
Dll. M. C. O’TOOLB,
No. es TIITRi) AV.. BKT. 12th AND 13th STREETS,
NEW YO &K.
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METALLIC WEATHER STRIPS
AND
WINDOW BANDS,
Totally exclude DUST, NOISE, and ODOR, in summer, as
well as COLD, WIND, and RAIN in Winter, from Doors
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ENT METALLIC WEATHER STRIPS and WINDOW
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schools of cities and large towns use them. In our mam
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every building where it is desirable to exclude cold, rain,
dust and noise, they are not only a luxury, but an econ
omy.
Read the following few of fee many TESTIMONIALS
we are daily receiving ulogistic ot this invaluable inven
tion:
Froai the Xcmciki-taner of Pcblii Euildlags.
Office of the Comau-sioner of Public Buildings, 1
Capitol < f the United mates, >
Washington City. July 6th, 1865. )
Patent Metallic Weather Sihip Co ,
No. 644 Broadway, New York.
Gentlemen:
The Metallic Window Steins which you nut upon the
windows in icy house have answered every purpose for
which they were put on. Aly ho iso is entirely free from
dwst, and what is to me of great itnportance. tnero is no
rattling of the windows—a a annoyance that I cannot
stand. No money would tempt me to have the strips re
moved,
I should think any h >use owner who desired the com
fort of a dean, still ho us would aiopt them at once. Rely
upon my aid in introducing what I consider so great au
improvement ■
Yew respectfully yours,
(Signed) B. B. FRENCH,
Commissioner or Public Buildings.
From the President of ihe U. S. Sanitary
iJOTiittshsion,
U. S. Sanitary Commission, No. 823 Broifdway, )
New York February 4th, 1864. J
I have had the whole of my dwelling house, in New
York, supplied with the Patent Weather Strip of Mr.
Browne. My experience of its effects is quite decisive.
There is a very decided saving in the cott of fuel, a mark
ed exclusion of dust, and—what is oi nearly as much con
sequence at the noisy corner I live—% wonderful diminu
sion in noise. The clatter of sashes ia stopped, and the
street rattle by day and night rendered inoffensive. To
derive the full benefit, or any fair portion of the full ben
efit, the ichole hour.? windows and doors, should be
“stripped.” I think for a simple invention it is destined
to prove a very important one in its economical and its
pleasant effects. Those who adopt this improvement
must provide for ventilation in the most perfect form, by
admitting pure air at a proper temperature, and not at
the caprice cf the weather.
)3®“ There is only the greatest benefit to be derived from
the larsest use of the Weather Strip.
Rev. HENRY W. BELLOWS.
METRO Pojmi HOFFX,
Febreary, 8 h, 1865.
We have adopted throughout our establishment, the
Browne’s Patent Weather Strips and Window Bands,
and find them a perfect protection against cold, wind,
rain and oust
We cheerfully recommend them as a great saving, com
fort' and convenience. SI MEON LELAND a CO.
BREVooirrj koubE,
Fiifh Avenue, cor. of Clinton Place.
I had attached to my windows, on the entice front of
my hotel, Browne’s Metallic Weather Strips and Win
dow Bands, and find them of very great service. The
front being exposed to the North-West wind , nas always
been a source of much complaint from my guests by rea
son of the cold in winter and dust in summer, which are
now entirely obviated . , ,
I regard them as a great saving in fuel, and worthy the
attention of any one suffering as I have been for the want
of something of the kind. ALBERT CLARK.
FROM THE EDiTOIfoF THE EVANGELIST.
I have used Browne’s Weather Strips for the last two
years, and find they add greatly to the comfort of my
house. No more cold drain from sitting near the win
dows. The sashes never rattle, even in the wildest win
ter night. They save much in fuel, while they keep the
temperature even and pleasant. Would not be without
them for double their cost „„„„„„ ~
Rev. HENRY M. FIELD,
No 53 East 38th Street.
OFFICE OF THE GBESSWOOD CEMETERY
No r.O -roadway. N. Y., Feb., 1861.
I cherfully recommend the use of Browne’s Metallic
Weather Strips. A winter's experience of their efficacy
in excluding the severest winds in a very exposed situa
tion, satisfies me of the great value of the inve itlon, and
would make me unwilling to dispense with their use .
I. A. PERRY.
FROM THE PASTOR OF TRITITV CBAP£L,
TWENTE’SIXTH STREET.
I have found Browne s Metallic Weather Strips very
useful in keeping oht the dust and cold, and have recom
mandpd them to many of my friends
BEN J. J. HAIGHT.
Further references to over 5 OJO of the leading citizens
of New York, Boston. Philade’phia. Baltimore and San
Francisco on application to our office,
LOCAL AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE
of
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NO. 644 BROADWAY,
New York City,
Corner Bieecker street.
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RADWAY’S
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Y> ftaeb box of the genuine medicine-
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Prophylactic Balsamic Injection, a preservative to avoid
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Rob : or. Concentrated S rup of Sarsaparilla, for tha
complete purification of the blood. $2 per bottle.
Light Syrup of Sarsaparilla, the Compensator of Health,
purgative and purifier of the blood 75c. per battle.
Anti Spasmodic Ointment, an extraordinary cure for
hem rrhoids, erysipelas, bums and scalds, fistula, etc.
75c., in pots.
The above valuable remedies may be had in London, at
the General Depot, No. 21 Tichtoriia st., Haymarket, W
C.*; at Barclay & Sons. No 95 Farriuadon, City ; and at
Liverpool. No. 27 Paradise st In Italy, at ths General
Depot at Genoa, Farmacia Bruzza Piazza Nuova ; at Na
ples at Sig. Andrea d’Emilio Strada Conc?zlone. Toledo,
No. 50. New York. No. 76 WUltakn st., and of all druggists.
N. B —Full instructions fcr useTiccompaay each prepara
tion. Advice gratis
YOUHG MAN, LOOK HERE l-DO
jou desire luxuriant Whiskers or au admirable
Mustache ? If go, use the Magic Compound, warranted t«
force them upon the smoothest face in thirty days, or
money returned. Mailed free for 50 cents. Address
GREENE & BRO., Box 314. Brooklyn. N, Y.
TH E WEAK.
V BIOKRENE, OR LIFE REJUVENATOR!
f —The uses of this powerful Vegetable Invigorate
/ may be summed up iu a few words. It relieves
' with absolute certainty all dfcaMlftfea, cures ner-
vous debility of every type, restores the exhausted powerf
after long continued sickness; prevents and arrests prem
ature decay: is a vitalizing strength renewing cordial for
the aged; may be relied on by woman io all her physical
difficulties as a harmless and sure restorative Is au anti
dote to the consequences of er.rly indiscretion in both
sexe?, can be relied upon as a specific for paralysis partial
or entire, has no equal as a stomachic in cases ot dyspep
sia. sustains not only the physical strength but the const*
tution itself, and is in all respects tbe best tonic depura
tive and anti-bilious cordial in existence. Sold by BKM aS
BARNES <t co . No. 21 P a rk row, and JI. T. HtLMBOLD,
No. 594 Broadway. $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for t
$. B©ld by Druggists generally. Sent b 7 ex- /
press anywhere bv adaretefog HUTCHINGS £
HILLYEB, Pfofriktor?, No. 28 Dey street, New
York.
tods.
A CARD TO THE LADIES.—DR. EAR-
J_jk RISON, the celebrated female physician, invites all
ladies who need a medical or surgical adviser to call at
his private office. No. 52 Sixth avenue, which is arranged
fer their special accommodation. AH obstructions of
menses, from whatever cause produced, removed in a *
few hours without danger or pain. Ladies from a dis
tance will not be detained, as one interview is quite suffi
cient.
Dr. HARRISON'S female monthly rerulator, which is
the only infallible medicine that ladles can procure.
Sent punctually to order everywhere with directions.
Price $5
Dr. Harrison has no connection with any other office.
AGARD TO THE LADlES.—Ladies vis
iting the city of New York, and who are ab nit to re-
Wire nursing, can find an excellent home, with the very
nest care and medical attendance, attbe Private Lying-in
Institute, No. 6 Amity Place, between Bieecker and Amity
streets. Each patient will have a nicety furnished room,
with all the comforts o' a g od and quiet home Patients
may rely upon the most skillful and efficient treatment of
all diseases, no matter how complicated or from whatever
cause'produced.
H. D GRINDLE. M D..
W GRINDLE, M, D.,
Physicians and Acc rehears.
TNVALIDB, READ DR. BOND & SON’S
JL MEDIGaL ADVERTISEMENT.
IVO MORE COPAIBA. - CAPSULES OF
MATIOO VEGETABLES.
Also,
LIQUID EXTRACT OF MATICO.
By GRIM AULT & Cie., CHEMISTS IN PARIS.
These elegant preparations effect rapid and cxtraordil
aary cures of recent and o ; d and severe cases of disease.
They are used in all the hospitals in Paris, jy th i most
•clebrated phjsicians, and are found greatly superior to
all preparations of Copaiba. Cubebs, <fcc., aud mineral
remedies
The Liquid Extract is used in recent oases, and the Cap
sules in the more chronic, and where ail other remedies
have failed.
THESE PREPARATIONS
WILL ALWAYS EFFECT A CURE.
DEPOT:
BOCKEK & Co., No. 129 GRAND STREET. N. Y.
In Parts :
GBIMAULT & Cie., No 45 RUE RICHELIEU.
IMPORTED EBEiNOH PBEVEATIVISB
for gentlemen—best Rubber and Gold Beator Pre
ventive at 50 cents each, or $4 per dozen Can be had by
mail, or at my office, No. 658 Broadway, N. Y.
Address Dr. CHARLES MaNCHBS.
Madame m. van buskirk,.tbe
ceh brated Physician for Females, can be consulted
at ho 52 Sixth avenue. Elegant accommodations for la
dies who need medical treatment
Medical dispensary —e st ab-
lished in 1832—N0 65 Orchard street, corner Grand,
N Y. Dr. GEORGE R BOND & SOtf can be consulted at
their office on all diseases of a delicate or private nature, by
lacies or gentlemen. Scientific treatment, a quick cure
and moderate chnrgps guaranteed to all. Ladies can al
ways relj upon the Doctor s treatment for obstructions,
irregularities, &c. He never fails Spanish Female M nnthljr
Pi-18. $2 per box of 72 pills. French Sugar coated Female
Monthly (Tt> Vua of Co pill* ro.lvJU>tl Drops, 92
per vial. Syringes of metal, glass and hard rubber, from
slto $lO each. Ladies, the above remedies are invalua
bie To gentlemen who cannot make it convenient to call
at my office for treatment, they can have all the medi
cines required sent to them by express, by sending ?aa a
plain statement of their case. Medicines for gentlemen
nut up in $5 and $lO packages. Invigorating Cordial for
nervous debility and seminal icealiness, $1 59 per bottle. To the
fentetnen I can safely recommend my colebrat:d French
R. Preventives, as a sure and positive protectioa against
dkgase and pregnancy, urder all circumstances Sent by
mail any where. Price, two for sl, or $5 per dozen N.
B. -The public are cautioned against buying spurious imi
tations of n y French Male Safe or Preventives. The gua
uixie can be had only at my office.
SPECIALLY TO THE LAD)EiTZ.No.
JiCJ 52 Sixth avenue is tho only place where Dr. HAR
RISON’S celebrated remedies for all Ladies Dlseiaed can
be procured Elegant rooms in the Doctor's private resi
dence for ladies who need medical treatment. Consulta
tion at all hours, and all correspondence strictly private.
AD, DESPARD 8 FEMALE MONTH-
LY PILL-4 are the only medicine married or sin
gle ladles can depenc on with safety and certainty Can
5s sent by mail to any part of the United States and Can
ada. N. B Lad’es who desire to avail themselves of
Madame Despard’s valuable, certain and safe mode ot re
moving obstructions, suppressions, Jc., <fce., without the
use of medicine, can do sc at one interview. Residence.
No 101 SIXTH AVENUE, oppesite Bth st
JQR. HOWARD’S PECULIAR AND
speedy treatment of private disease without the use of
mercury or caustic, is a pleasant surprise to thousands he
has cured. Cures effected in three or four days at his
private office, No. 15 Huds n street, corner of Reade.
Office he urs—lo A. M. to 4 P. M , and 6 to 8 P. M.
f*'IENTLEMEN~CAN PROCURE THE
MT Genuine FRENCH IMPORTED SAFES at Dr.
LEWIS’ Office, he. 7 BEACH ST., N. Y Price, two for
sl,cr $5 per doz. Sent every where.
DR- EGBERT’S FEMALE PERIOD!
CAL DROPS are better than all pills, powders and
nostrums. Being- a fluid preparation, its action being
positive and direct, sure to do good, and cannot do harm
io the delicate constitution, it wiil certainly produce th®
regular return of nature.
CAUTION TO MARRIED LADIES.
Bear in minds that I guarantee my Drops to cure sup
pressions of the menses, from whatever cause, though
care should be teken to ascertain if pregnanev be the
cause, as the Drops would be sure to produce mwarriage.
if taken while in that situation ; therefore, I do wish it
distinctly understood that Ido not hold myself responsi
ble when used under such circumstances. I shall fur
nish any quantity of testimonials by at my
office. No. 67 Carmine street, between Bieecker and
Hudson.
The ladies still gome to dr.
SCHENCK, whose large and commodious offices,
No. 59 West Thirtbsnth stubbt, near Sixth overate, are
always full. This shows where they place their confi
dence, and should lead others to follow their example.
Long exnerience should recommer d him.
Send fer a circular containing important information
to all.
MADAME RESTELL’S ADVICE TO
At J. MARRIED LADIES, who require s sate and
certain remedy for removing obstructions, from w-aat
ever cause, can relv upon her celebrated INFALLI
BLE FRENCH FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. No. 1,
price $1 a box. to restore the monthly sickness in forty
eight hours, if of short standing; but obstinate cases, of
long standing, may require No. 2, which are four degrees
stronger than No 1, and can never fail, are safe and
healthy—price $5 per box. Can be obtained of Madame
R-ESTELL, Professor of Midwifery, No. 162 CHAMBERS
STREET ; also at the iruggtet’s, No. 152 Greenwich St.
near Liberty, New York City, or sent by mail, with full in
structions, by addressing Box 2,359 New York Post Office.
T\R. WEST DEVOTES HIS ATTENTION
especially to the cure of diseases of the Generative
and Urinary Organs and their effects on the system men
la iy or physically, as Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak
ness, Nervous Debility, &c , &c. ; the nature of which he,
from unremitting attention and an extended practical ex
perience, is thoroughly acquainted.
Office, No 545 Breadway.
L"'’" ApfES* DESIRING MEDICAL AD
vice will, by consulting Dr LEWIS, be certain to
obtain the relief desired. Office, No. 7 BEACH STREET,
three doors irom West Broadway, N._Y.
DR. HOWARD HAS JUST RECEIVED
SCO gross of the finest French Preventatives. an ’ is
enabled to sell them at $3 00 per dozen, or 3 forsl 00.
Sent prepaid to any part on receipt of price. No. 15 Hud
son street, corner of Reade.
UTERINE PROTECTIVE - Positively re
moves female obstructions—price sl. Male Pre
ventives, $3 pr-r dozen. Dr. CHANNING. Physician for Fe
males, No. 16 Lispenard street
TMTADAM DESPARD, No. 101 SIXTH
JXR AVENUE, has pleasant rooms for ladies durlne
eoDfinement, v ith the test medical attendance and good
nurses, at moderate prices. Children also adopted out
to good families Remember her residence. Cut this
advertisement ont, and save it for future reference.
mHOUSANDS ARE RUINED BEYOND
£ REDEMPTION in this life by not calling on Dr.
HUNTER sooner or later. He can enre the worst cases of
secret disease in a shorter time than any other physician,
or no p».v taken. Skepticsand doubters will please call
snd read lots of reliable certificates ot cures made within
tee last thirty years, cf aimcsi hopeless cases, that
had had the benefit of dozens oi our moat eminent
pkvsicisxs and surgeons Dr. Hunter is in constant
attendance from 8 to th® morning until 9 at night,
his 010 office, Ko. 3 Division street, New York city,
since 1834 Charges moderate, and a sure guaranteed.
Feuaraxe. rooms, so that the patient sees no one but th®
Doctor himself. His wonderful medical discovery, DR.
HUNTER’S RED DROP, tares private diseases, when
regular treatment as»a all #iher remedies fail; curea .
without dieting or restriction bt tne habits of the patient;
e-’-es without the disgusting rad sickening effects of all
ether remedies ; cures in ne w cases in less uian six hours;
scrtF without the dreadful consequent effects of mer
enrv, and possoi-ses the peeullaily valuable property of
sor’ibilating the rank and peisonom ‘•alnt th&t the blood.
sure to absorb, unless his remedy is used. This is what
he cis Ims fcr it, and what no other will accomplish.
3te value in this respect has become sc well known,
that scientific men, in every department of medical
knowledge, begin to appreciate it, for hardly a week.
pa«se* that he is not consulted by druggist!, 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
tension io Christianity, will say that this medicine shouia
not bo made known far and wide? Its popularity is so
great, that there ianot a quack doctor in the city that has
not attacked it; and when they find their lies are not so
eesily swallowed, they then pretend that they can max®
it it is $2 a. vial, and cannot be obtained genuine
where but et the old office. No. 3 Division st (toe
wiU’secure by return mall, bls medical work, 802
ooiQced pitturtßi worth all tli« others pat towmx*

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