> llchtoslng influ A of this mcd
HmW> uopafrafoM looted by e
’’■Jwtlriw hi kiUtreJ B«l
vrilunb'o qualities. There are tAuamailiulloiu
jSggjHi br-ettmq ftfodtullr mdersMHc HiaeiuL
eauaea,»jiboot even a day’s actual Cmfinement.
'IheeilWcompIuxIon, lo. u f appetite, languor,
wcarinura amt depression of aplrlte,—all yield is
_ redy if only faithfuirv u.ed according to
tlia directions o' k« p;-qii ,*ict -blob secvtnpaoies
, .atrii buttle. >
A.small Treat tie on he “eautea, treatment and
ire si Peter and Ague,and other distraite of bil.
dima'ee,* may ua had eralie of lbs under.
Also ustnemoa certlraiaa from men of
i-aibilli/iiaainrying to the crest
eSn be earn no aplicetic-
J. D, UlrKPIl^ON.
* Agent for Rome 6a. |
. lB49 *g . 31—(im |
> til in! aright a tunny the thinking tew 1 f
f'neret think, but only think they do." '
W-Y HK sentiiuer.t implied In the above exclnt*
atton i* on no snhjmt mffre Jittly exen.,»;;iktl tij ?.-
that of Health. Hut frw give it a single thought,
fewer atlll reflect upon it with the observation
nt^-yood sense which limiters of minor <‘oii*cqtiut>t(*
received A* observation teachers the j'tct that Hr.
r a never lit III
NjUCB, DYS^EHSII CHRONIC OR
■pSvODS DENWE niSEASBOP
• THE KIDNEYS,
g from, disor-
".or bloedi,'i(J^^^pidi'y of
•ho Bleu pub I MSWBWw.th«t». Ui».
gutt for feed, 'Pullnhee ->i Weight In
(Wtameqk. put Erimuiimne. jink*. *
ing of^niiBerinc at the fit of
wiinmintf of they
VeiHiIng, FIui- •
ttring tt ilia
Ilcort, Clio. tf
rating Hcuaaliiifla when in a
«U'e, Dimnrta.i vulon,
i® 1 #' 1 '. '" end Dull r Jtm. W*
'Ujjfc. in Ara Heed. W
nl l’erspiroiiuii, ’
_re Yatlowaagof ih.Rkin
J|\ and Eyes, tain in tlia Side,
^ Back, Chest, Limbs, Joe., Sudden
> Ptnehinge of Ileal, Burning in the Fle.h
Constant imugininge of Eril.and Great
I , DepreaeleO of Spirita,
I i jtnu ho Feriunircntly Cared by
' if. HOOPlriPN 1>»S
<!..LEDRATED GERMAN BITTERS,
rams no ut
OH C. .11, JAl'USOt,
WHY SO UNHAPPY.
SES AND THE REMEDY;
a wifi) endures years of bodily
. ot' Medicine, nnd tho continued
plication of patient* for medical treatment, ns
ns,prefcriptionsnml medicine to distant
Inis induce! tho l’ropreitur Joinnko more
armtificitljrs for tlio bolter nnd more co
nccoir.)no8stlon of tlli‘ nfllicted, v.-Iier.: '-very vui..- , . • . • . .
ryot diseaso will bo treated upon the tno»t fen ii- ;; '' " .
■irtw nlivaloloiileal nrlnelulea. Tlio reformed Prec- ”'i»bnud eufbariasreientsand
s*r." o ” r ,he * bu - *-- i * - ««'•
GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
So, ISO, Arch Street, Plilladulpliiu.
» Imlionto Ua prompt nnd Immediate use. To-be
^ ’ foii.nl nt ' T. D. DICKEltSG^’K.
Hay 3, Agent for the Proprietor
09-LIVER COMPLAINTS or bilious dimmer
arise from the saAto ctiuses which produce fever
mill Ague, and are cured with tlio sntne certainty
by Dr Osgoorl’a India Chnbigngue. Even nllrr tlio
Liver bus become inueh enlarged and tender upon
pressure, It is in a few week, restored to its imtHttfl
size, soreness and pain in tha aide relieved with
•uch general improvement aa dcnulea returning
Tho above highly vtduablo preparation mny
. ouud at the Drug Store of
, J. D. DICKERSON,
Mny 3, Agent for tho Proprietor, Uome, Ga
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. •'
T HE tegular course of Lectures In this Institute
will commence on the First of November, nnd
continue until tlio Inst of Fcbrnnry. The Anatom
ical Department will be opened anil ready to receive
-students by tho First pf October. The Medical De. .
rtment will be under the direction el ibe fulln'aaMMi-i
s " s piiorcssons.v
• i, CnsQtiasT Caeaa, M. D.. ProfesSTTif tho In-
WHutes ol Medicine, and Mealaal Jitrl«prudc.ncc.
Vf, Bvan Powm.r., JI. D., Protcrsor el'Cerebral
.Bhysiology, Medlcnt Geology, and Minerulogy.
it. H NawTos, M, D., Profisisor of Surgery.
II. J. IlBima. M. D., Prolessor of Tueory nnd
Practice ol Medicine. '*
- J. A. Wn^sns, M. D., Proferaor of Obstetrics end
Discuacsot AVomennnd Children.
J. Ki.va, M. D„ Professqr cf Materia Mcdicn,
aBKUss, M. D.. Professor of Anmoiny,
Toil Sasnms. M. D, Professor, ol Cji
>y. u. S. Nuwre.v,
WTW'gAb PpktovWFSToa—zpagamu, M
led, if squalled, by any other preparation in the
United Elates, as the c.i res attest, in many esses
r,hur skilllul physicians had failed,
Theee Btttera are worthy the attention of inva
lid.. Poaeasting.creel virtues in the rectification
i * ,!*-;■ Liver end lesser glands, esercis*
ingtt.e nu^ - a,chine powers in weskneas and af
lections of the digestive organs, they ere, withal,
■afSs certatr. at.p' pleasant.
' i BEAD AND BE CONVINCED.
Cues. Rouxson, Erq , Easton, Sid., in a letter to
Or. dackeon, Jan. 9, 1050, aatd—
1 •* My wife and mj eell have received more bene-
bit Irom your medicine then e.ty other- no have ev<
it taken fur the CTD)er.'psiv and Liver diseaee."
„ Tata Tcitth Laoiiia,* published at Woodstock.
Va., Jan. HWi850, said—
•*.1 GREAT MEDICINE."
‘Wo have uniformly refrained Irom recommend
ing tu the public ar.y of the various Patent Medi
cine! of iba day, unless thoroughly convinccJ ot
tlte'r valoe. Among those wo cunaider worthy ot
notice io the Gaausn Bittros, mrrioWb by Da.
IIooruMD, and prepared by Dr. Jadj^w in Pltiln-
Ipltm. One inetenee in ntrdcu^Mn which the
riar virtuee ol this medicine Iotc been tested,
fallen anderoor •brefvitlion. During the Inst
° f Th ^. * n,v
Bull. Pp r -—— of Commor-
. «|nlJurlsp^i^sts;. ^
t „ s Ur*, i .V*!Ul9*wiWpw **«!<>».
' All commit:,i>inUoUf perioitiiog to this ilopnrt-
tnenl-niust ho addressed to '
•- — - * *. W. M. KIXO,*
MwgidiitViWt.’Jtar. imo. • ■
‘Cite Kacotiiei, lot intellectual abilitiee moral
worth aadprnfeoaional acquiremente, will oomporo
fivurably with tho motl distinguished in our coon.
•Ti*b The medical faculty constitutes to uafimaly in
thisaraiiy mborcoucry—tllofthum uro able lec-
a -lurera aad the bait uf ittehera.
' Those who wilt contemplate our gtogruphioal po
' sition, aad the extent ol oor population, cun her* no
doubt ua io Iheeligtbillty of our siiaelton fer an an-
trfptis.tot the kind. Aeto health, iuemn ng .11 aea-
■ cona-nf the year, ws deay that axt oima cm tut
“Mb . - - - N --
^k ootiimou error exists |u tlio minds of many
wqimt*' " ■ ' ‘ ■
— -— —
tttieelvea at a school whoso Fneulty arc practi
cally acqiminted with those diseases.
' ’ That ihc public may ha satisfied of thia school,
sea faal itour duty to.attic, that tha Truaieaa and
Faculty fusm n oasr» ht aetinn, which angora wall
■ r.ila future successi and tliat tha peculiar inter-
'* ' - which connect! them, ctnaot be in-
E. W. 31. KINO,-President
cf the Memphis Inttitu
?ALHOUN r & S 1
H ave oj _
’ nnd Marble-top
sually found in on
■nent of tbg kind. Their mo.
terrain ore good, nnd put to-
rb* workmen who undnnttna their
, Warn Room at Peck A Hildm’o
1, four doom above the Exchange
rummer, nice of Mil Abraham t'robill_ ut this coun
ty, was scry seriously efilicted with Liver Complaint
and after trying in vain vnrieue remedies, he pur
chased a bulllo of tlio Hitters, and after using n,
was SO much relieved ol hie distreesiug malady, that
he procured another bottle, and it tutored him en
tirely tn health."
READ FURTHER A FEW FACTS.
Judge M. M. .Naan, a gentleman with great sci
entific end literary alteinmenia, said in his " New
York Weekly Meeecngtr,” January 6,1650.
■' Da. lIoortttND’s German Brrrcss.—Here is s
-preparation which tho leading presses in the Union
appear to be unanimous in recommending, nnd the."
reason is obvious. It it made oitor a prescription I
furnished by onaof tha most celcbra'cd physician.,
ol modern limes, the lata Dr. Chrittopher Wilhelm
Hooflsnd, Profisssor la the University of Jena, Pri.
vale Pbrsieian.to the King of Prossia, and one ol
the greeted medicol writers Germany list aver pro.
dated. He wa« emphatically tho enemy ot hum-
MO.and therefore ■ medicine of which ho wao the
inventor end endorser may bo confidently relied on.
teh, (lonttipaiion, and all compUini* arising irorn
i diiordorcd condition of tho atomach. the liver and
•dim wow *pa»k of ita cfftfta ftoro their individual
•xporicQco. Under that# nrcumstqncc*, <no feel
vr a ranted, not only in ca Hlng tho wiiontion ot our
readera ta the Vraaeal proprietor** (Dr. C. M. Jack-
aoo*a) preparation, hut in raeommendiRff the article
to ft!! ofilic.cd."
Th® 'Tiiit.iDBi.rntA .Satoroat OAsrrTc,** the beat
family newapnper published in the United Siatoe,
tho editor aara of
Dll. lIOOFIdAND’S GERMAN DITTERS.
,r Il la aeIdom that w e recommend what are term-
ad Patent Mrdicinaa to tho confidcnco nnd patron-
ago of our raadara; and, therefore, when wo recom
mend Dr. iloodand** German Diet era, wo wish it to
bt distinctly understood that we aro ma speaking
of tho noBtromt of tho day, that aro noised about
ftir n brief period nnd tha t forgotten aftor they have
don* (hair guilty race ot mischief, but of a modi*
ctpo-long estnbliehed, universally prized, and which
no* mo» the hearty approval of the Facalty itself.
Evidence upon evidence has boon motived (like
tho foregoing) fnm alt aactiona of tbt Union^ in
threo years' and tho strongest testimony in ita favor
is, tliattbore is more of it used in the practice of the
rogular Physicians of Philadelphia ihdh alt other
nostrums combined, a fast that can easily ha asta*
Wished, and fully proving that a scientific prepara
tion will meet with shoir quiet approval when pre
sented even In this form*
Thia medicine will eura Liver Complaint and Dia-
ptpaia no uno can doubt, aftor uring it aa directed
It nets specifically upon the atom uch and liver—it is
preferable to calomel in all billions diseases—tha
effect ie immediate. They can ho administered to
ytXALC or i.trAXT whb safety and reliable benefit, et
i Ga., April
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
Thia medicine bee attained that high character
which ieneceetary for all medicines to attain to in-
dneo counterfeiters to pat forth a spurious article at
the risk of ike litefrof those-who are fiwoeently do*
LOOK WELL TO TIIE MA.1K8 OP THE
They bate the written aignatnre of C.M JACKSON
spew tho wrapper, and the name blown in the bottle.
IV without whieb, they are aparione^Cf
For valo wbolaaale and retail, at the
GERMAN MEDICINE STORE.
**",*ARCft Street, one door below Siith,
m , Race street,) Pbiiadelphia, and by re.
' s generally tbroeghout the country,
- DR, J. D. DICKERSON.
tido physiological principles Tho rcformedfPreo-
Ijeolsbvcoralngto bo too well known ami too !ii' f ;h-
|y apprcciaf^l througliout ottr conqiry, to require
, c in WU place. It needs njt
told of declamation to foster, to substantiate or
p»nc© ita value j it only claim* for ItaclC affair
ti!vo»tigation mid triHl to bo duly eatoeintHl—nnd
certainly it canno: be denied that. If the mo t vi
olent opposition could liqvn had its intended ofinct,
the system Would have been annihilated.
Tho argument In its iuv,. ^emulates, when we
pontemplate this fact, . • ‘ .■•till survey tho rigid
examination it is every wtere forced to pass thro*
Like true friendship, it has t* oxougldy tq be tested,
‘“Las ever to undergo und withstand tlio shock of
adversity lit fore it is justly entitled to the name.**
Tli.i J*rr tice having outlived the prejudices which
in innny instances ure too justly nttiui.-d to it from
being in the bunds of ignorant pretenders, where
it was too often found in its ^ j*y tn this countr^
it lins been, and now ii affordtng «*xtraor<linry re
lief to fullcrintr Utom-auds, while cti^r, in tome
eases almost bordering on thv nr° be
ing effected by its potent inil *onCe. TT • uiumral-
leled site-jess it lms met in tho hands of Di. Jones,
(whose course of ruatment- in many'respects is
purely original,) has gained for him celebrity, for
surpassing his fondest e* pectin ions, nnd thousands
nre rejoicing under the beneflVal effect"- of aPvi)0«
ticc whose tendency /$ to heal without uny oXthose
disagreei. \*m onse«p*encea which tco often
the erudiuili ../ on iiuatt by the eHbftitujjffjtof
From the • any testimnni»la which Dr. Joiicshas
received of ln» unparulleled success, lid has thought
proper tq lay the following beforo a reflecting com
munity. The stntemdnts here made nre not from
persons who live out of the reach of enquiry, but
they corn* from respectable citizens of our own
country, wjiocan bo Dcen and consulted personally,
in rcfereuce to their true conditions,
Da. Jo*v.a—My Dear Sin Tills is to certify that
l was, for some 13 or 20 years, grievously nfllicted
with dyspepsia or indigestion. My case wm one
of a very distressing nature; for several years I
was compelled to throw up every thing that I eat,
which kept mo in quito a feeblo nnd debilitated
condition, but I a in now proud to have It to say,
that through tlia blessings of Dr. Jones' Remedies,
I feel that I nm restored ?o a perfect state of health,
mid that, too, with but one inontti's supply of med
icine, which 1ms proved to be the cheapest and best
medicine I ever purchased. For tho truth ot tlio
abovo statement, any one can besntisf .d by appli
cation to me near ZJirt Town l*. O., F.'qyd county,
Go. THOS. MIDDLE TON, J. P.
Spinal Disease and Suprcsaed Menstrua*
Da. Jovrr—Dear Sir: Believing it n duty I owe
to the public, nnd in true justice to yourself, I have
thought proper, for the information of those who
mny be afHicted, to give a candid statement of my
negro girl Jane’s diseased state, brought on from an
obstructed menses or monthly courses.. Fhe was
attacked In November, i$4S, with a severe pain in
the back of the head, extending down tho whole
course of tho spine, produeing complete pnndyzn-
tion of the left side, nnd rendering it perfectly help
less, and in a short time she lost tho use oi tho
whole system. She could not turn herself in or
out of bed, wtujeduced to a perfect fcMcton, nnd
to Disappearance* past the reach of remedies. But
l now, through the judicious Hiid skillful nppiie-i-
tiou.of Dr. Jones* Remedies, consider her restored
to o perfect state of health, lor which ho will ever
my lasting gratitude. Should any one desire
n i V. Inflation of the above Ftatotnnit, they car
address mo near Summerville, Chnttnogn co., Ga.
March 7, 1S50- WIJ.LIAM STANTON.
Disease of Stom&ob, Spine nnd Head.
^•’or tho beneflt of suffering humanity, I have
thought proper to lay mv ense before tho public.
f Having been severely* afflicted for several years
with u disease of the stomach, spine and head—to
cuimserntc all the long train of symptoms witji
than would ’Do"rhforelflliP^MIlioo it io say, 'that
frequently niter eating, l would bo taken with vio
lent nnd distressing^acnsutions In tho bend and
hack of my n»ak, extending half way down the
spine. At such times! was compelled to take my
bed. These spells usually continued for seynl
hours, nml wofo frequently *0 severe ns to remlor
life a burden. To obtain lellef I had recourse ro
ilie best tlitftlic.il nM tha country nfforijud. Ilnviuu
tried tho most skillful physisiaus in Rome, I applied
ot several of the most eminent professional men of
the United States. I wrote to Prof. Dudley, of
Kentucky ; hail the relcbrnted Dr. Mott, of New
York, written to, nnd his prescription tried; ap
plied also to the much extolled Dr- Durham ; nnd
then successively to Dr. Dugas, of Augusta, l»r.
Banks, of Gainesville, Dr. Fort, of MilUilgeville,
Dr. Catridgc, of Chattooga county, nml the reput
ed Dr. M. S. Thomson, of Macon. Ait having
failed to givo relief, I finnlly, upon Dr. Jones, loca
ting In Rome, ventured on giving him a call. For
tlio e'.icouragoment of others, I am happy to certify
that Dr, Jones has given tno tnoro rolh*r than nil
the rest combined. I can notq .-ay that my herflth
is better than .It feififjrniti years past/ I
am able to attend to my nlahution affairs, und tide
to Rome, or any where else my business requires my
persona! Attention (signed) JOEL MANN:
Curai effected wltlxoaFsocIng tho Patten
Those persons living at a dlataheV, rtnd cannot
conveniently place lUeipselvcsunder my immediate
cliurge, mny have their case strentod by sending me
nu accurate statement of symptoms, ugo, occupa
tion, habits of life, &e. Medicines will be scieti
tiflcally comnonui;il.J,nnd neatly put tin, with am
ple written directions for use, by tho due observ
ance of which distant patients may cure them
selves of the most complicated and obstinnto disease,
though it would bo much fd£er for tho patient to ap
ply personally,If possible; because he will then enjoy
nil luo advantages of Dr. Jones* personal acquain
tance with the peculiarities of the case. Since the'
reduction of imstnge, tne expense of sending medi
cines by mail is but trifling, My chinge, in all
case* not requiring my personal attendance, is
FIVE DOLLARS FOR MEDICINES TO LAST A
MONTH. This fee must inpariabty be enclosed in
the letter asking ndvico, in odder to insure attention,
directed, poet-paid, to Dr. D. S. Jo.nls, Rome,
Persons owning afflicted slaves, can have them
treated at my Infirmary, or medicines sent them ns
bore stated. D. S. JONES. M. D
MMWMW I hum
having their origin iu .the * mind being w<
dow 4 and harrassed in eousequenafrof the ifofiiai:
of tilts companion or his bosom.
How important that the causes should bo known
to.cvery wife, to every husband, that the dreadful
and harrctriihr consequence* to the health and hap
piness of botli- may bo avoided 11 iie is too short
and health too precious to admit any portiouof the
one to*bo spent without the lull enjoyment of the
other. The timely possession of a little work entl*
tied us follow, has been the means of saving the
health and the life of thousands, as over
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND.
copies have been sold since the first edition was is-
The author has been induced to advertise It by
the urgent and pressing requestor those who have
been indebted to its publication for all they hold
dear (that nil may have nu opportunity of obtaining
ft,) and who bnvflv favored him with thousands of
letters of encomium, some of which nre unnuxed
to the ndvcitisement.
THE MAKR1EIJ WOMANS
Private Medical Companion.
■' ' ’’"'-fiSl-l l>R. A. M. MAL'RICEAU,
Profeasor of Dler a«ei of Women.
f ” Twentieth Edition, 3a»o. pp. 230. Price, $1,00
ThiV VOL* ■»*» BSrECIALLY FOR THE MAE*
hied, or those contemplating marriage, ns it dir-
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Here, every female—the wifo, tho mother—the
one budding iuto womanhood ortho one in the de
cline of years, in whom nature contemplates an
Important change—can discover the cause*, symp
toms, and,tho most efficient remedies nnd most cer
tain inode ofeure jq every complaint to which her
sex is subject.
Tho revelation*contained in its pages have pro
ved n blessing to thousands, as the innumerable let
ters received by tho author (which he is permitted
by tho writer* to publish will attest.
SICKLY AND UNHAPPY WIVES*
Extract of a letter from a Genilemon in Dayton, Ohio.
** DaYtov, Mny I. IS 17.
Dk. A. M. Maumceai;—Afy Dear Sir:—** The
Married Woman** Private Medical Companion,"
fur which I enclosed one dollar tu ytur address,
enme safely to hand. I would not have troub’ed
you with these few line*, but that I nm impelled
by a sense of gratitude, (or myself and wile, to give
utterance to our sincere and heartfelt emotions.
“ My wife lias been perceptibly sinking for some
three years or more, in consequence of her great
anguish nnd suffering some months before and Uur-
inp confinement; every successive one more nnd
more debilitated nnd prostrated her, putting her life
in imminent danger, and which was on the last
occasion, despaired «f. 1 supposed that this state
ol things was inevitable, and resigned myself to
meet the worst. At this time (now about two
mouth*) I heard your book highly spoken of as con
taining sonufmutters reaching my case. On its re
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it afforded my distressed mind and tfie joy its pa
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It opened a prospect to me which I little conceived
was possible. No pecuniary consideration can
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having been the means of imparting to us the mat
ter* contained In “ The Married Woman’* Private
Medical Companion." But for this, ere another
year would have passed over my head, in all hu
man probability iny wife would Imve been in her
grnvo, and my children left motherless.
Extract from e Letter,
0®Mp®4©m®(3 subjS H©al4]h.
“ Lancaster, Pa., Oct, 21, l$47.
My Dear Sir:—I know you will have the kind
ness to bear with mo in encroncSdng upon your
liine. wliilflndmowh’d'f^ In ly WLflfeflimiil. tt-1
wire;rmrobligntions we (eel ourselves under to you
In having made known certain matters, contained
in your most invaluable 'Murrieu Women’s Pri
vate Medical Companion.’ It has been worth it*
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Iv, when l inform you of the extent to which I have,
through it, been benefit toil. I will state my situa
tion when I obtained your book through the mer
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fortunate events of my life 1 had been married
some ten years, nnd was the father of seven child-
rus long struggling unceasingly, to the end
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result* of tny utmost exeitious at the end leit tne
about where I was at the beginning of each year ;
and that only, with tho mt>*t *tin»ed ecom suf
ficient with barely the necessaries cf lift. Finally,
this constant effort was beginning to have its effect
upon my licnith; I felt less capable to c dure its
contiummee, while I felt the necessity o I persever-
The undersigned it now prepared to receive a
few Medical Student*, to read e( his office, whn
wtU'be ihoronghty instructed in tho BOTANIC
THEORY OfMeaSES, tk, eW, *■/«,(*
ml Practut enr madt lamia It
. Trlcopbcratu or Sled!,
f the i
j investigition of the conflicting the*
Allopathic Schools ot - Medicines,'will he
given, tu pqrtnlning to ■ course of lectures m bo j
constant unceasing struggle on my p«rt
. T _„ fporative* tn consequence ol the prostrated
condition, of my wife (with oceusionoi intermission)
for six years, much of tho time confined to her bed
nnd of coarse incapable of taking the charge nnd
management of household affair*. Her coEdl'Imy.
niwe from causes of which I was ignorant. t)li«
What would I havoglveft had I the six years to live
aver again ! Whnt would my wifo have given to
have been spared tl»e long day-* turd still longer
night* Drostrate on a bed of sickness!—all of which
would nave been avoided, had I then seen a ropy
of" The Mairied Woman’s Private Medical Com
* From a Pkytician.
or.srruicTioNB, irrbqdlarities, &c.
How innnjr we safTcrihj( from pbttrtretiuu or Irre
gularities peculiar to tho I'emalc system, whirl) un-
tii-nnlnt.' tlwir henlib, the effects of which they ore
ignoraut, and (or which their delicacy forbids seek
ing medico) advice! How ninny suffer front i>tUp-
•ni ttlcri (railing pf the womb) or irom four tilbu,
wenUnt'ss,dchility,&c >Ve.)j How many aro in con
stant agony for many ntj^t preceding confine
ment ! Hmv tnuny Imvodifflpnlt if not dangerous
deliveries, and whose lives are jeoparded during
such time, wilt find in its paves tha means of pre
vention, amelioration nnd relief t
To tkou juit marritd,
TO THOSE JUST HARRIEU—“ HAD t KNOWN."
— Fuiuhkm'HIa, Not, 3D, 1847.
“ Ox. A. M. Mabwceao:—Had I known of tin)
important matters treated of in “ the Married Wo
man’s Pri vale Medical Companion" some yean ago
how pinch misery I might have escaped! 1 have
suffered years from causes which yon po'at out in
your book, without knowing what tn do. I obtain
ed n copy, and "found my exso treated of. I trust
every female will anti herself of the infinmution
contained In Its pttges.”
Letters daily received of this character, unnec"s-
For Ibe Eemoril and Permaoent Care ef all
WBHVOPB DI8BAKB9, ,
Aad af than Ceamltlats wkieB art earned br an impsirtd,
wttkaaatler unkaallhy eaadiUsaef the
Ettrops sod the Ua __
timet Utetttry «/the 4(1.
Dr. OHRISnU'S OALYA18IO BBT
is used with tbt most perfect and certain success la tU
kened body, giving tone to Ibe
COMPLAINT, DISEASES of ths KIDNEYS. J&E5L
CIENCY or NERVOUS sad PHYSICAL ENEROY.
sad aU NERVOUS DISEASES, which complaint* t$mm
from on# ainpls esuss—namely,
A Derangement of the Nervous System.
(&• In NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, Dregs and MedJ.
cities tasrssss its Jilt,it, for they weaksn ths sital sner.
strengths'll * >r u^ r afUsd fi
is to, as appUad by dtis bcautifsi ua wonderful discosarvi
tha aahaustad patiant aad waakaaad sufferer is restored
to former hsaUh,rtrmgth, alasticity and vigor.
Tha great pscrilarltjr and sxcalisoca of
Sr, Cttutlitlah) Qaltroaio OnratlYN,
ooastets, la Ore foot that they arrest aad eon dtaaase by
stmasrd apaUcatba, la place of tho nasal mods of drug.
gag nd^Mg fts 6U eshexsted Nature
lt« strsaflisa (Is wA.is'Sysrsst, eresUtt Us cfrcablfsn
•J Ik, llssd,prssss(s UrseersUsas.atid.esr.r J.jJn-etgSim
tniurv under anu ctrnwifMdill -aiM* to Sir intr4**vcUon
laths United8tuss,oaiy tbreoycLadeco, monMgbL ,
Including all ■(**. classea and condition!, among which
wars a lirga nambsne ^Wiss, hr hoars pocaUsrly subject
to Nsrvoos Complaints, hat*
ENTIRELY AND PERMANENTLY CURED,
when all hops of relief had btsn given* op, end ovary
thing site been triad in vain !
To Ulttstrsts tha ua* of th# GALVANIC DBLT, tup
note th* com of • re non afflicted with that bano of civilize*
lion, DYSPEPSIA or any other Chronic or Nsrvout DUor
dsr. In ordinary cam, atimalanU art tskaa, which, by
thsir action oo ths nerve* and muscles of the atomsch, afford
tempertry relief; but which leave the patient in • lower
state, and with injured faculties, alter tho action thus exci
ted has ceased. Now compare thia with the effect resulting
from the application of the GALVANIC BELT. Take a
Dvipeptic sufferer, even in tha worse symptoms of aa
attack, and limply tie tBb Belt around th* body, u«iog tha
Magnetic Maid u directed. In a abort period th* insen>
•ibie perspiration will act on th* positive clement of th*
Belt, thereby causing a Galvanic circulation which will
pass on to the negative, and thence bock again to tho
posiUvs, that keeping up a continuous Galvanic circulation
throughout th* system. 1 hn«Toa moat severe case* of
DYSPEPSIA are PERMANENTLY CURED. A YEW
DAYS IS OFTEN AMPLY SUFFICIENT TO ERADI
CATE THE DISEASE OF YEARS.
CERTIFICATES AND TESTIMONIALS
Or the moat Undoubted Character,
From all parts of tba Country could ba given, readout to
fill every column in thia paper!
SOUTH CAROLINA TESTIMONY.
From Sir. WM* D. WILEY, Of the Charleston
CiURLUTOff, 8. Ci April IS, 1849.
Te Da. cnatsrtK, New York i
KiwbUu Sir—njinimuiy A>« lb* •uffering and th*
deepest gratitude towards you, induces me to send you aa
account of mv late lamentable condition, and tbs great
relief which I have experienced from your Galvanic arti
cle*. For the past four years I have been afflicted with th*
moat dreadful and exerntiating attacks of Rheumatism.
My whole body has been affected, anas, llmbc, head, chuL
back, and indeed evgra part of* my system. I have ex-
perienced more agony than I auppoMd any human being
cotfkl endure. At on* time the Joint of my right leg was
swollen te about three times ita natural six* and ths nut cf
th* limb was shrivelled up. This was ths csss when I
commenced uaing your GALVANIC BELT lor the body
and the GALVANIC BRACELETS (br Urn limbs. I had
many of the beat Physician* in Charleston and elsewhere,
sad I tried every remedy I heard of or saw in ths news,
papers, bat til with to JitU* benefit that 1 had long slues
Began to despair.- I bad been to the Warm Springs aw*
the Sulphur Springs: I read aad studied about my aMic
Uon, but with no avail. What then was my joy tnd grati
tude when th* truth first dawned upon me (bat I had at last
discovered s remedy! I should bore state that the constant
and repeated attacks of pun rendered mo as feeble as a
child and quite helpless. It utterly incapacitated ms from
bnt 1 began to feel dijftrcntly; my strength seomed tobs
regained $ my head to get clear and elasticity and buoy*
ancy to bo loturning. This it was that so agreeably sur
prW*t owl encouraged me. Bnt in !e«s than a week ths
pci ns had aim dec reared, and they appeared to diminish
deity. A continuation of damp weather came onu and I
expected a return of the Rheumatism and Nervous Depres.
cion i bat no—I still continued to improve, simply using
tho Bolt, Bracelet* and Magnetic Fluid. This Is now over
ooo year since, and at this moment of writing I believe I am
as healthy and as happy o man as there is in charleston
All my pains are gone; my strength has returned \ my sp-
pssrenco has so idterod tuot my friends, who formerly
thought I was dying, hardly know me. In a word I am a
living miracle of th* wonders of Galvanism, as applied by
K ar beautiful Inventions. 1 could say more if necessary
t will only add that you are at liberty to make this public
for ths benefit of those who may bo similarly afflicted.
F. R—I Mr SM that Own are hundred. W presas la
South Carolina and la Ovorftaiwto have kaovatoe for
rvtn, tad who know Ua ahovi 1
Aatouf them I Mr mbUm—
on// auiniB, anu un rij.cu ruins utiuuiir.
trUKRB THIS PLASTER IS APPLIED,
■ PAIN CANNOT EXISTi
A ■emlemari in the South or Kuropo and Pelee-J
nr. In Is30. lirorilco much raid in t
in favor of JEW; DAVID'f
fimued. that bo wee induced .17 irr H
pereon, lor a Lung and Lirer Airecllon, Hie removal
of which had been tlio chief object ol hie journer,
hut which had resixted tho genial nnd deliciou
He aceurdhiglp WM ■ fkeiWfMrvOflH
aide o( hie eheal where the pain was scaled, unothci
between the iboxldara, and one over tlie region
the liver. In the meantime he drank freely of t
herb tea of inactive qualities. He soon lound hit
healih Improving, and in a few week, Jiis fougir - "
himi Iheeallowocri ol illiB ekin di.npprarcd,
pain tvoa removed, aud hie Iiejhh became pel
neniljr rcinalaicd. . ^
ITHIRSi; PLAS-IRIfS pn.scsa the advantage ol
•S beinaputupln.tfir-tightboxca—hcittctliejr re
tain ibeir full virtacs in o’.Iclimnres- We have jjit.
received the following tertimouiul irom (
lore,an eminent lewrer in euccestlul practice-
Wilcox county, Alabama. He la a gentlemen inj
Itlgh otiadmgtnM W whoao influence haa gceatl
weight:, ' -f T t-j, - .
BfCtmtS. Aln..Nov24tli, 1848.
l h JIsau—Gentlemom—Her
toetalo whalhns been the
ace in ibc-use of your -Ijf*^
comply by saying
ng been reqi
recta end who knew the above foeta to he itiictlr correct
‘»o«f them I Mr Mellow- , , . .
Da F. M. ItoBiaux, Hoy no vtreet, Chertoatob
Dr. F.Mu.vre Rouxs, Charlettun.
Hew. Jaws F. Kino, Auguita, Ua
Bteaaxw Patxaa, I ,
—. L BuTT.art.LD, i
-w. M* Motor, Eaq, C
It waad for til ctmpDinU
(or Roarta, Ca tha tare, Daafoare,«
m and that dlttrened coapiaiot, f
wRCT, -havemao used, it will
.oerarfi in the cure of
iMtk ten very beneficial in cates of ll
euelfku nfeamlWeekiieee in the tiamar
Lintba, LSth.nere. Afleetian -of the SpHJ
Weakness, fitc. Nu irtinh', ru!)tci to
weakness in the bad; or eidrs. tbonld Ira wfi
Married ladiea inudllwi* iiiua-'iena, fitu^i
lief from conaunlly wcarin- this pln.te/-^
The application of tho Plaster berar^’
dure hot been jonnd a certain ref ^ •
Cough., Phtlilie and LuugjAw .
(j ; marr ategee - It deetroye JnfaVl
dewart of CoiiuUrfiits and date lmita
CAUTION.—TJte-Mhecribors are theouj
oral Agents in the Souiliefn Slates^
tins truly velueblePleuer;} and
purcituiCM lining im'poU-tl upon, by a cd
article, e-dd In this city and elsewhere,
oink, they io*ll» ptfnU-uler alien
ing Mini or tux'Ox
lit. Th, gtauiiu i,f
til bottomed boat!,'iu>t I
n J. Thf'tenultt hat Ud Mere
rid on the dinclinat, aroantl ti
ltallying rKord of Ibe Court la i
D-S('OVIL & MEAD. Chat
tele UenoTtl Agtnli for lit'
whom ell order, mint be at''
Sold alto, Wliolcrale „
BATTEY & BBOI I
W. B. Summeta, Kingston, On., J. I). <
Jr. it Co., (’asjvilc, Ga., .S. W. Ilobbif
spring, Go-, H. W. JJsaSwSfeSS"
For the Cure .r
HOAHSBNBSS, 4°- %
rEe uniiorm aucccrs ivtj
ili!, preparathtn- its t mg
and euro .nfiVrliunt of Ihc LunJ
pplehrity rqiiallcd by no otlur ml
I ha oOlicUd Wllh pnlirp punfidaS
the full belief that it will subdue al
c,t nitnrl.v ordiicnio upon ihe lb '
raulir, ui thry breotue public !y
a-.lracl Iboal rnllon u medical r
every where. Wltot ii thoir c
Prof. Sitrjtery .'ltd, <
of Ayer'i.f.-Iii:i:itv |*K
L “" s> ’' THF.nSffl
write. In n Idler lo h j
der. an i ■
J Jhe Cam
oil nr, p:
emu triers ^
I.. .. their UBS is AlgUbplhSm/aif'qrmif*'
can be seat lo say part of las cou~* "
The Galvanic Belt,
The Galvanic Necklace,
The Galvanic Bracelets,
The Magnetic Fluid,
09- The art* let are aceomp*m«4 by (fflKS
direction*. Pamphlets with full particular* may 1
of the authorized Agent