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se a ri certify, that ha Bestoring Restoring] Food, find it tobe [tone] gure [sure] wagetable [vegetable] a THE HUDDERSFIELD CHRONICLE, DR. COCKBURN'S ORIENTAL BOTANICAL EXTRACT. immediate patronage of her most gracious Majesty the Queen A [C] Cate [Care] of Russia, her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge, Members of the Aristocracy both of the English and Continental Courts of Europe. leading R. G. H. J. COCKBURN again, with the return of Summer, takes the pleasure of informing the Ladies of HUDDERSFIELD and adjoining localites, [localities] that his ORIENTAL BOTANICAL EXTRACT will be found an invaluable remedy, and the only one that will be proved efficacious after all other means have been tried, without the least good arising from them, for effectually removing all Blotches, Freckles, Pimples, 'lan Spots, and other Cutaneous Eruptions, and quickly restoring the complexion to its original bloom of health. The application of the Oriental Botanic Extract is of a most agreeable and soothing nature, and ee ance [once] or twice using, a pleasing and surprising change w e per- [perceived] ceived, [received] and in a few days the complexion will assuine [issuing] a delightful roseate and youthful appearance, and at once prove to the patients its wonderful and lasting eificacy. [efficacy] will be found highly beneficial in pre- [preserving] serving the complexion from the disagreeable appearive [appear] it often presents from exposure to the sea and, a fre [re] same time, frequent recourse to bathing. In those cases i Oriental Botanical Extract is also especially recommended to be used immediately after by all persons whe [the] are in any way troubled with cutaneous eruptions, and who resort to salt water remedies. Dr. COCKBURN can, with the greatest satisfaction add, and also prove by thousands oi icstimonials [testimonials] received by him, during the last ten years, from all parts of the king- [kingdom] dom, that the surprising and healthy qualities of the Oriental Botanical Extract know nv equal, and have never been known to fail, but afier [after] various other quack remedies for the complexion had been resorted to, ruinous both to health and pocket, without deriving any benefit, but in many cases doing the patient great injury, the Oriental Botanical Extract triumphed in a complete and perma- [Perea- permanent] nent [sent] cure. Dr. Cockpurnn [Cockspur] begs to place before his fair readers generally the following testimonials, sclected [selected] out of some thousands received from all parts of the globe, proving the wonderful and surprising efficacy of his Oriental Botanical Extract but it is quite impossible, in the short space of an ordinary advertisement, to give more than a very brief sample. The preparati [prepared] TESTIMONIALS RECENTLY RECEIVED. Copy of a Letter veceived [received] From lady B-, Park-lane, London, Apra [Ara] 10. Park-lane, London, April 10th, [the] 1859. Lady B-- forwards her compliments to Dr. Cockburn, and has much pleasure in thanking him for the great service she de- [derived] rived from the application of his delightful and excellent prepara- [prepared- preparation] tion [ion] for the complexion; in fact, she cannot express herself in terms sufficient for benefits experienced. Lady B-- will feel obliged if Dr Cockburn, at the cariiest [crest] convenience, will forward her half a dozen 4s. 64. bottles, being about to leave town, and not wishing to be without so valuable a friend. A post-office order is enclosed for the amount. Testimonial receicod [received] Apri [April] th, 1850. Cavendish House, near Windsur, [Windsor] April 10th, [the] 1850. Miss Beauchamp's respects to Dr. George H. J. Cockburn, and is now enabled to forward him, with a great deal of pleasure, this letter, from the good she has recently derived from using his truly wonderful Botanical Extract for the skin, together with his ex- [excellent] cellent [excellent] advice, which she cannot thank him sufficiently for, but which shall not be forgotten to be recommended by her wherever it is required. Miss Beauchamp will thank Mr. G. H. J. Cock- [Cockburn] burn to acknowledge the recvipt [receipt] of the cieque [cheque] now sent. Extract of a Letter veceiced [received] March lith, [with] 1850. Bristol, March 16th, [the] 1850. Mr. Cockburn,-Sir,-Having been recommended to make 4 trial of your Botanical Extriuct, [Extract] I purchased of my townsman, Mr. Ferris, chemist, Union-street, a small bottle, to remove a t many eruptions and freckles on my skin, and which I can only sy, With thanks to you and pleasure to myself, exceeded my most sanguine expectations; for I had, before making use of your excellent Extract, resorted to several things I saw adver- [aver- advertised] tised, [tied] but without making any improvinent [improvement] in me. I shall not, Bir, [Sir] feel any hesitation to answer any reference you may think fit to make to me; and allow me to thank you once more for the great benefit I have received om phe [the] use of aon [on] waluabie [valuable] pre- [preparation] paration.-I [reparation.-I .-I] remain, Sir, your ent [end] and obliged servant, tho Tuomas [Thomas] H. CLEMENTs. [Clement] Extract of a Later received Jonvary [January] 7th, 1850. St. Albans, January 3, 1850 Miss Wiltshire begs Mr. G. H. J. Cockburn to accept her best thanks for the surprising efficacy she has derived from using his Botanical Preparation; and she can only say, that wherever the the her Majesty the Queen of the Belgians, the nity [city] oecurs [occurs] of recommending it, she shall do so, knowing the confidence that it is quite harmless and most beneficial. Extract of a Letter received Feb. 21, 1850. rland [land] Terrace, Regent's Park, London, Feb. 21, 1850. ea Cockburn Esq.-Sir,-I have much pleasure in forwarding you this testimonial respecting the wonderful efficacy of your Oriental Botanical Extract for the Complexion. I was, Sir, previous to using it, troubled with a great many spots and eruptions on my skin but I am pleased to say that after a few applications of your Extract according to your directions, that every unpleasant appearance forsook my skin and in a very short space of time a perfect cure was made. I shall not feel any objection, if you think proper tomake [to make] this public, and I have the loueur [lour] to be, Sir, yours most faithfuily, [faithfully] C. A. SEymowr. [Seymour] Copy of a Letter received March 1Sth, [South] 1850. Duke-street, Liverpool, March 18, 1850. Dear Sir,-I should feel ungrateful after the service I have re- [received] ceived [received] by the use of your Oriental Extract, did I not thank you for the same. I have to inform you that seeing it advertised in scveral [several] Liverpvol [Liverpool] newspapers, I was persuaded by a irieud [aired] to try it, although at that time I felt assured it would only be a waste of money and trouble, having had recourse to so many things before, without doing me the least good, but at last I determined to give ita [it] trial, and accordingiy [according] obtained a 2s. 9d. bottle from Messrs. Eyre and Co., Steel-street, as one of your agents in this town, and J can only say with much pleasure that after a few ap- [applications] plications [applications] I perceived a pleasing change, aud [and] in a short time a perfeet [perfect] cure was the result; for which I beg you to accept my best thanks.-I ain, [in] dear Sir, yours obliged, M. Parker. Extract of a Letter received March 11, 1850. Union-street, Bristol, March 10, 1850. Mr. G. H. J. Cockburn, 27, Aldgate, London.-Sir,-I take with great pleasure an opportunity of forwarding a Testimonial respecting the great benefit I have received from the use of your invaluable Oriental Botanical Extract, and I shall not think it but my duty to recommend it for use to all my friends and others, who are troubled with any unpleasant eruptions on their skin, for I can say this, after trying every other preparation, and deriving no use from them, I was induced by a lady to make a trial of your wonderful Extract, and I cannot express my feelings in admiration sufficient for the good results that ensued for pre- [previous] vious [pious] to making use of it I wasashamed [was ashamed] to go out into any society -my complexion being quite discoloured, by eruptions and spots; but after only using it twice, I even then perceived a great altera- [alter- alteration] tion [ion] for the better, and in a short time so improved that all my acquaintance were surprised and more, your Extract, to use, instead of being a trouble, is quite pleasant, and also an addition to the toilct. [toilet] Hoping you will pardon this intrusion and freedom, I am, Sir, yours, respectfully, MARIANNE DURANT. The Oriental Botanical Extract is prepared according to the age of the patient. Dr Cockburn, therefore, requests parties will obtain it according to the following instruc- [instruct- instructions] tions [tins -No. 1, for the use of persons from 12 to 18 years of age; No. 2, for all persons from 30 to 50. Dr. Cockbnrn [Cockburn] can be consulted by letter, on all diseases ot the skin, or patients remitting him his usual fee, by post- [post office] office order or otherwise. Prepared only, and sold wholesale and retail, by the sole proprietor, Dr. G. H. J. Cockburn, 27, Aldgate, London, in bottles, at 2s. 9d. and 4s, 6d. each, with full directions for use also by the following wholesale London chemists - Messrs. Barclay and Sons, 95, Farringdon-street; Messrs. Edwards and Co., St. Paul's Churchyard; Mr. J. Sanger, 150, Oxford-street Mr. Thomas Prout, 222, Strand Messrs. 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Price-Ilb. [Price-Lb] 1s. 4d., 3lb. [lb] 3s. 6d,, 6lb. [lb] 6s. 6d., 121bs. [bs] 12s. ERVALENTA. [EVENT] In canisters, 1 b. 2s., 3Ib. [ob] 5s. 6d., 6Ib. [ob] 10s., 12 1b. 18s. Du Barry's PULMONIC BON [ON] BONS. [BINS] A nice, safe, and effectual remedy for coughs, colds, asthma, and all affections of the lungs, throat, and breath, are of unrivalled excellency. In boxes, ls. 13d., 2s, 9d., 4s. 6d.; or, post free, 1s. 4d., 3s. 3d., 5s. 2d. Dou [Du] Barry and Co., sole Licensees for Nevill's Patent FLOUR OF LENTILS, as purified, prepared, and highly improved, by Du Barry Co., 127, New Bond-street, London. It is packed in canisters suitable for all climates, ilb. [lb] at Is., at 2s. 9d., 6lb. [lb] at 5s. 3d., at 10s. Each canister bears the seal and signature of Du Barry and Co., in full, without which none can be genuine, and the imitating of either is felony. The above farinaceous foods, as prepared by Du Barry and Co., will be found very useful to invalids and delicate children; but THE REMEDY for dyspepsia (indigestion), constipation, acidity, cramps, spasms, fits, burn, diarrhea, [diarrhoea] nervousness, biliousness, affections of the liver and kidneys, flatulency [flatulence] distension, palpitation of the heart, nervous headache, deafness, noises in the head and ears, pains in almost every part of the body, chronic inflammation and ulceration of the stomach, eruptions on the skin, scrofula, consumption, dropsy, rheumatism, out, nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, after eating, or at sea, low spirits, spleen, general debility, paralysis, cough, asthma, inquietude,- [inquietude] sleeplessness, invo- [into- voluntary] untary [voluntary] blushing, tremors, dislike to society, unfitness for study, delusions, loss of memory, vertigo, blood to the head, exhaustion, melancholy, groundless fear, indecision, wretchedness, thoughts of self-destruction, &c., is Du Barry's delicious health-restoring food for invalids and ts, THE REVALENTA [PREVALENT] ARABICA, [ARABIC] Discovered, exclusively grown, and imported & Co., 127, New Bond-street, London, sole ye of the Revalenta [Prevalent] estates, and of the patent machinery by which alone the curative principles of the plant can be de- [developed] veloped. [envelope] This light delicious breakfast farina (without medicine of any kind, without inconvenience, and without expense, as it saves 50 times its cost in other more expen- [expense- expensive] sive [side] remedies) speedily and permanently removes the above disorders. It never turns acid on the weakest stomach, but imparts a healthy relish for lunch and dinner, and restores the faculty of digestion and nervous and muscular ene to the most enfeebled. 50,000 testimonials, some of whic [which] are given below, leave no doubt of its restorative virtues, TESTIMONIALS, It has the highest approbation of Lord Stuart de Decies; [decides] the Venerable Archdeacon Alexander Stuart, of Ross-a cure wards, R.N, William Hunt, Esq., Barrister- [BarristerCambridge] Cambridge, who, after suffering sixty paralysis, has regained the use of his imbs [limbs] in a very short time upon this excellent food; the Rev. Charles Kerr, of Winslow, Bucks-a cure of functional disorders; Mr. Thomas Woodhouse, Bromley-recording the cure of a lady from constipation and sickness during pregnancy the i cure of five years' and daily vomitings [vomiting Mr. Taylor, ; Captain Allen-recording the cure of epileptic and Harvey; James Shorland, [Holland] Esq., No. 3 -terrace, Reading, Berke, [Bere] late surgeon in the 98th Regi- [Reg- Registry] ey; Jaines [Jones] Porter, -, Athol-street, Perth ears' cough, with gen debility; J. Smyth, -; Lower Abbey-street, Dublin Cornelius O'Sullivan, M.D F.E.C.8., Dublin-a perfect cure of thirty years' indescribable agony had resisted all other remedies and fifty thousand other well-known individuals, who have sent the discoverers and Barry and Co,, 127, New Bond-street, London, n manner in which their health by this useful a gomowical [comical] diet, after had been tried in vain many years, and of recovery abandoned.- [abandoned] Morning ' Analysis by the celebrated Professor of Chemistry and i Chemist, Andrew Ure, [Re] M.D., F.R.8., ée. 4 London, 24, Bloomsbury. juare, [square] June 8, 1849. examined Du Barry's Health promote a healthy action eaaily [daily] digestible, -' - Dewsbury, Yorkshire, 11th Sept., 1849. Gentlemen,-I am using your Food with great success. Before IT commenced I could pl take a gneal [neal] of ne, description, but aa sure to suffer great pain after it from indigestion, I suppose, but thank God I am much better. I have recommended your Food toa [to] great many of my fellow sufferers.-ALEX. CALDER, Sergeant Royal Sappers and Miners, Ordnance Survey, Dewsbury. 2, Princess-street, Manchester, 3rd month, 19th, [the] 1849. ted Friend,- [Friend] I think no one who had received or seen so much good and comfort result from it as in my mother's case, would be without it in sickness. Thou art at liberty to use this letter as thou thinkest [thinks] best, and I will cheerfully answer any inquiries.-I am, thy friend, EDwARrD [Edward] CorBeETT, [Corbett] Sanitary En gineer, [engineer] &c. 8, Sydney-terrace, Reading, Berks, Dec. 3, 1847. Gentlemen,-I am happy to be able to inform you that the per- [person] son for whom the former quantity was procured, has derived very great benefit from its use; distressing symptoms of long standing have been removed, and a feeling of restored health in- [induced] duced. [duce] Having witnessed the beneficial effects in the above- [above mentioned] mentioned case, I can with confidence recommend it, and shall have much pleasure in so doing whenever an opportunity offers. -I am, gentlemen, very truly yours, JaMEs [James] SHORLAND, [HOLLAND] late surgeon, 96th Regiment. Stainbro', [Stain bro] Barnsley, Aug. 11th, 1849. Gentlemen,-My sister and myself have derived much benefit from your Revalenta [Prevalent] Arabica [Arabic] Food. Weboth [We both] of us have suffered much from nervousness and debility, but are thankful to state we are how much stronger ahd [had] calmer than before. Please send another 10lb [lb] canister,&c.-B. M...... Schoolmaster. Royal Hotel, St. Heliers, Jersey, Nov. 4, 1849. My dear Sir,-It is not to be told all the benefit your Food has been to me; and my litt.e [list.e] son cries for a saucer of it every morn- [morning] ing-he [he] never wanted a doctor since it came into the house. I consider you a blessing to society at large.-Most faithfully yours, WALTER KEATING. 21, Queen's-terrace, Bayswater, London, Nov. 22, 1849. Mr. Dampier [Damper] will thank Messrs. Du Barry and Co. tosend [to send] him another canister of their Revalenta [Prevalent] Arabica, [Arabic] it agreeing so well with his infant. (This infant was six days' old when it com- [commenced] menced [mended] living on the Food). Devon Cotiage, [Cottage] Bromley, Middlesex, March 31, 1849. Gentlemen,-The lady for whom I ordered your food is six mouths advanced in pregnancy, and was suffering severely from indigestion and constipation, throwing up her meals shortly after eating them, having a great deal of heartburn, and being constantly obliged to resort to physic or the enema, and some- [sometimes] tlmes [times] to both. I am happy to inform you that your Food pro- [produced] duced [duce] immediate relief Bhe [He] has never been sick since, had but little heartburn, and the functions are more &e, THos. [This] WooDHUUSE. [Woodhouse] Pool Anthony, Tiverton, Nov. 8, 1848. All that I had suffered from for twenty-five years, and which no medicine could remove or relieve, seems to vanish under the ihfiuence [influence] of Revalenta. [Prevalent] I enjoy sound and refreshing sleep, which, until now, I could not procure. Nervousness is ing away rapidly, and I am much more calm and collected in every- [everything] thing I do, and it has quite sweetened my rtemper. [temper] affords me pleasure to do for others what, before, I did not dare to do for nervous irritation, &c. W. R. REEVEs. [Reeves] Athol-street, Perth, May 2, 1848. ' Some time has now elapsed since the lady (who had been an invalid for thirteen years from wand of digestion, accompanied with cough and general prostration of strength) for whom I procured your Arabiac [Arabic] Food has been ies [is] a noes tees apse dow. [down] has pro a most salu [sale] e in her system, &e. ad JAMES POTTER. Haddington, East Lothian, March 3, 1849. Dear Sir,-Your excellent Arabica [Arabic] Food has com- [completely] letely [lately] restored my stomach, nerves, and liver, which had been disordered for nearly twenty years t, and my health is now everything I could wish, and has been so these three months past, &. FRASER. IMPORTANT CaUTION.-Of [Caution.-Of] late many ignorant persons, actuated by cupidity alone, have attempted to foist upon the public, fiour [four] or powder of Lentils, in imitation of Du Barry's invaluable alenta [talent] Arabica [Arabic] food (a farina posses- [possessing] sing the highest curative principles of any substances ever discovered, and of which Messrs. Du Barry and Co. are the sole proprietors and possessors). These imitative imposters have not hesitated to copy our advertisements, and puff as CURATIVE that which (though unobjectionable as food when properly prepared) no more curative virtues than a plece [place] of bread. Nor can they show a single curative effect, whilst Du Barry's Revalent [Prevalent] Arabica [Arabic] food has cured fifty thousand persons of high respectability, even in cases where all other remedies had failed and all hopes of recovery abandoned. But they invariably refer to the Old Testa- [Taste- Testament] ment [men] as their great authority forgetting that the only re- [reference] ference [France] there made to Lentils is Esau's fraud upon his brother Jacob; and the public is left to infer that these imitators, intent upon following Esau's example, wish to perpetrate a wholesale fraud upon invalids. -A full report of important cures of the above and many other complaints, ands [and] copious extract from fifty thousand testimonials, from parties of the highest respectability, is sent gratis by Du Barry and Co., on receipt of two stamps. In canisters, with tull [till] instructions, weighing I)b. at 2s. 9d. ; 2lb. [lb] at 4s. 6d.; 5lb. [lb] at lls. [ll] 12lb. [lb] at 22s. super-refined quality, 10lb., [lb] 33s.; [S's] and 5lb. [lb] 22s.; [S's] suitabl [suitable ked [led] for all climates. Canisters forwarded by DU B and Co., on receipt of Post-office or Bankers' orders. The 12Ib. [ob] and 10lb. [lb] canisters carriage-free to any town or railway station connected by rail with London. Du and Co., 127, New Bond-street, London also of Fortnum, [Fortnight] Mason, and Co., 182 and 183, Piccadilly, Purveyors to her Majesty the Queen, 182, Piccadilly; Hedges and Butler, 155, Regent- [Regent street] street Barclay, 95, Farringdon-street Edwards, 67, St. Paul's Church-yard; Rumsey, [Ramsey] 3, Queen-street-place Sut- [St- Sutton] ton, Newberry, Hannay, 63, Oxford-street; and through all respectable grocers, chemists, medicine vendors and booksellers in the kingdom. Agent for HUDDERSFIELD, Mr. W. P. ENGLAND, CHEMIST, MARKET-PLACE. Ha irax,-Mr, [ira,-Mr] P. H. Wilkinson and Mr. J. H. Kershaw. BARBNSLEY,-John [BARNSLEY,-John] Ray. BEVERLEY,-E. Pipes, North Bar-street. BRADFORD,-John Pratt, W. J. Thomas, Thomas Milne Maud and Wilson, M. Rogerson, F. M, Remmington. DrewssurY,-T. [Treasury,-T] M. and C. Brooke. LeEps.-Reinhardt [Lees.-Reinhardt] and Sons, 76, Briggate. PontEFRacT,-James [Pontefract,-James] Brice, Druggist. SHEFFIELD,-T. Watson and Co. WakKEFIELD,-G. [Wakefield,-G] E. Smith. York,-Bolton, Blanshard, and Co. BinmincHaM,-Phillpott [Birmingham,-Phillip] and Son, 28, High-street. LIVERPOOL,-T. Nixon and Co., 1, Castle street. MANCHESTER,-T. Nash, John Dalton-street. DoncasteR,-R. [Doncaster,-R] Hartley. ION.- [ION] Sufferers are earnestly cautioned against CA imitations of these pills by youthful dishonest quacks, who have impudently assumed the title of Doctor, and dared to infringe the proprietor's right by advertising aspurious [spurious] compound under another name, the use of which can only bring annoyance and disappointment. PAINS IN THE BACK, GRAVEL, LUMBAGO, RHEUMATISM, GOUT, INDIGESTION, DEBILITY, STRICTURE, GLEET, [FLEET] &c. R. DE ROOS' COMPOUND RENAL PILLS have in many instances effected a cure when all other meanshad [mean shad] failed, andarenow [Andrew] established by thecon- [then- the consent] sent of everypatient [every patient] who has yet tried them, as well as by the FACULTY THEMSELVES, as the most safeand [safe and] efficacious remedy ever discovered for the above dangerous Complaints, and Diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs generally, whether resulting from imprudence or otherwise, which, if neglected, frequently end in stone in the bladder, and a lin- [in- lingering] gering [gearing] death These pills are not offered as a panacea for every ill, but for the Gout and Rheumatism, Depression of Spirits, Excitement, Blushing, Dislike of Society, Incapacity for Study or Business, Loss of Memory, Confusion, Giddiness, Blood to the Head, Drowsiness, Sleep without Refreshment, Groundless Fear, Indecision, Irresolution, Wretchedness, Thoughts of Suicide, Nervousness, and even Insanity itself, when (as is often the case) arising from or combined with Urinary Diseases, they are unequalled how necessary is it then, that persons thus afflicted should at once attend to these important matters. By their salutary action on acidity of the stomach-they correct bile and indigestion, purify and promote the Renal secretions-thereby prevent- [preventing] ing the formation of Stone, and establishing for life a healthy performance of the functions of these organs. May be obiained [obtained] at 1s. 1 d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d. and 11s., per box, through all Medicine Vendors in the World, or should any defficulty [difficulty] occur, they will be sent free on receipt of the price in postage stamps by Dr. DE ROOS. TESTIMONIALS AND CASES. To prove the genuineness of which Dr. DE R. solicits enquiry from the persons themselves. Thomas Chatty, Butterleigh, Tiverton, had, from an ap- [apparent] parent complication of disorders kept his bed for many weeks, and was given up byall [ball] the doctors in the neigh- [neighbourhood] bourhood, [boyhood] who where alike puzzled as a last resource he was persuaded to try a 2s. 9d. box of these pills; long before they were finished was he enabled to walk out and about, and is now happy in adding his testimony to their astonishing properties. Robert Johnson, Ludlam Street, Bradford.- Your valuable pills have so improved my friend in Scotland, that he has solicited me to send him another box, which he feels assured will cure him; you can use our names as you think proper, that others suffering maybe convinced of their value.-Direct to Dr. John Farquhar, Weaver, &c. Kinross, Scotland. Mr. J. Higham, Burwell- I am happy to say that the person, though he has taken only one box, is a wonderful deal better, and will recommend them toany [tony] one sosuffering. [so suffering] N.B. Persons wishing to consult the Doctor, in any case, may do so by enclosing 1, by Post Office Order, payable at the Holborn Office, or otherwise, with a detail of the symptoms &c. for which Advice and Medicines will be sent. Patients corresponded with till cured. Address, WALTER DE ROOS, M.D., 35, Ely place, Holborn-hill, London. Hours, 10 till 1, and 4 till 8, Sunday excepted, unless by previous arrangement. Sold by England, chemist, Wilman chemist, King St., and Spivy, [Spivey] Huddersfield. Hunter, chemist, Dewsbury. Bolton, Blanshard, and Co., Micklegate, York. Hobson, Leeds Times Office, Briggate, Leeds. Hough, chemist, Brook and Co., Gazettc [Gazette] Office; Walker and Co., and Hartley, Doncaster. Priestley, chemist, Pontefract. Hall, chemist, Pybus, Bookseller, Market Place, and Hall, Barnsley. Whitaker, 22, Fargate, [Forget] Sheffield. Wright, chemist, J. Pike, Dunhill, Chesterfield. Blackurn, [Blackburn] chemist, Pratt, chemist, and Remmington, chemist, Ivegate, [Negative] Bradford. Wilkinson, chemist, Leylandand [Leyland] Son, Corn Market, Halitax. [Halifax] Butterworth, chemist, Todmorden. Clitton, [Clifton] chemist, Delph. Hick, chemist, Cardwell, and Examiner Office, Wakefield. And all other respectable chemists in the United Kingdom. 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and 11s. each box. Post free, 38., 53., and 123. COPAIBA [COPIES] AND CUBEBS [CURBS] ENTIRELY SUPERSEDED. RAY'S CELEBRATED BALSAMIC PILLS, for the cure of Gonorrhea, [gonorrhoea] Gleets, [Glees] Im- [In- Importance] puissance, [nuisance] Strictures, Seminal Weakness, Whites, Pains in the Loins, Affections of the K.cneys, [K.canes] Gravel, Irritation of the Bladder, or Urethra, and other diseases of the Urinary Passages, frequently performing, in recent cases, a perfect cure in the space of a few days; they have also been found decidedly efficacious in cases of Gout and Rheumatism, and an excellent remedy for the removal of the evil effects of Self-abuse. A mild diuretic, a soothing balsamic, a powerful tonic, and an excellent invigorating pill. -Sunday Times. The unprecedented success that has attended the admi- [admit- administration] nistration [registration] of these pills, since they were made public, has acquired for them a sale more extensive than any other proprietary medicine extant; and the circumstance of their entirely obviating the necessity of having recourse to those disgusting, nauseous, and in many cases highly injurious medicines (as copaiba, [copies] cubebs, [Curbs] &c.), has obtained for them a reputation unequalled in the annals of medicine. Within three years priorto [Priory] being advertised, these pills wereemployed [employed] in private practice in upwards of 1,800 cases, many of them most inveterate-in many thousand cases since, and in no one instance known to fail or to produce those unpleasant symptoms so often experienced while taking copaiba, [copies] and that class of medicines usually resorted to in those com- [complaints] plaints. The proprietor pledges himself that not one par- [particle] ticle [tile] of copaiba, [copies] either resin or balsam, cubebs, [Curbs] orany [oran] other deleterious ingredient, enters their composition. Copaiba [Copies] and cubebs [Curbs] have long been the most commonly employed medicines in the above complaints; but, from the uncer- [under- uncertainty] tainty [taint] in their effects, together with their utter inefficiency in many cases, are fast declining in reputation-and from the unpleasant symptoms invariably preduced [reduced] from taking copaiba, [copies] especially in the early stages of the complaint, many of the most able practitioners condemn it as danger- [dangerous] ous, [us] and a medicine not to be depended upon. Many persons, after having suffered more from the effects of the remedy than the virulence of the disease, and after a patient but painful perseverance, have been compelled to relinquish its use, the whole system having been more or less affected, and the disease as bad, if not worse than at the commence- [commencement] ment. [men] As regards cubebs, [Curbs] it is true that those violent effects are not experienced as while taking copaiba, [copies] but they seldom effect a cure unless more active medicines are administered. The Balsamic Pills are free from any of the above objections-they act specifically on the urinary pas- [passages] sages-and, [and] from their tonic properties, tend to strengthen the system and improve the general health. They require neither confinement nor alteration of diet (except abstinence from stimulants where considerable inflammation exists), and, as experience has amply proved, they will effect a cure sooner than copaiba [copies] (the dangerous results of which, in the inflammatory stages, are too well known to need further comment), or any other medicine in present use, and may be considered the only safe and efficacious remedy in ail stages of these disorders. In addition to these advantages, the very convenient form in which this invaluable prepara- [prepared- preparation] tion [ion] is offered to the public, must .also be considered a desideratum. Prepared only by M. O. Wray; sold wholesale and retail at 100, Great Portland-street, Oxford-street, London, re- [removed] moved from No. 118, Holborn Hill; Mr. W. P. ENGLAND, Market-place, Huddersfield; Mr. Lockwood, Wakefield ; Wood, Birmingham; Noble, Boston; Drury, Lincoln; Hobbs, druggist, Cambridge; Haldon [Hilton] and Lowndes, Alden and Slatter, [Latter] Oxford; Proctor, Cheltenham; Cross, Bath; Ferris and Score, Bristol; Tucker, Worcester; Sutton, Nottingham Holyoake, E. Bufton, [Burton] Mottershead [mattered] and Ro- [Roberts] berts, [Brest] John Standring, Manchester; Jones, Liverpool; Baines and Newsome, Price and Payne, Leicester ; Anthony, Hereford; Whittaker, Sheffield; Willerton, Co- [Coventry] ventry; [entry] Cook, Ipswich; Harris, Northampton; and by all patent medicine vendors in the United Kingdom. Physician's advice gratuitously, from eleven till one, eve day. Surgical attendance every evening from seven ti nin [in] e. Consultations, on payment of the usual fee, from two to six, p.m. Persons residing in the remotest parts of the country can be treated successfully, on describing minutely their sym [sum] toms, age, habits of life, &c., and enclosing a remittance for advice and raedicine, [medicine] which can be forwarded to any part of the world, securely packed, and carefully protected from observation. All letters to be addressed to M. O. WRAY, 100, Great Portland-street, Oxford-street, London. I, SAMUEL WARBURTON, of No. '11, St. Mark-street, Wood- [Woodhouse] house, near Leeds, in the County of York, gentleman, do solemnly and sincerely declure [declare] that I am the owner of the duelling-house, No. 13, Trafalgar-street, in Leeds aforesaid, That the anid [and] duell- [dull- duelling] tng-house [ng-house -house] has been tenanted and occupied by the firms of Wilkinson and Co., or Wilkinson, Royle and Co., for upwards of twelve years And that no person or persons of the name of Wilkinson, nor any calling themselves Wilkinson and Co., and residing either at Halifax, Huddersfield, or Bradford, in the said County of York, ever resided at No. 13, Trafalgar-street, in Leeds aforesaid, nor ever tenanted the sane, or had any connection with that establish- [establishment] ment. [men] SAMUEL WARBURTON. Taken, declared, and subscribed at Leeds, in the County of York, this 20th day of May, 1848, before me, GEORGE StaBLEs [Stables] Solicitor, Leeds. URE [RE] GUARANTEED.- [GUARANTEED] WILKINSON, ROYLE, and Co. may be consulted at their resi- [rest- residence] dence, [dene] 13, TRAFALGAR-STREET, LEEDS Surge 57, Nile- [Street] street), from nine in the Morning till Ten at Night, and on Sundays till Two. They are, in consequence of increased practice, reluctantly, for the present, obliged to discontinue their usual visits to Bradford, Halifax, and Huddersfield. They beg, however, to state, that communications addressed to them at Leeds, will be attended to, and to intimate that they have entered into ements [events] with Dr. ROYLE, M.R.C.S., who has had vast opportunities of studying Dis- [Diseases] eases, &c. &c., having long confined his attention thereto in one of the princip [principle] Hospitals in the kingdom. He has obtained first-rate Testimonials of his skill in their treat- [treatment] ment. [men] A very extensive private practice has poet his success. Letters, containing 1, will be attended to, and Advice and Medicines will be forwarded. Parties who cannot personally apply, might successfull [successful] use W. R. and Co.'s PURIFYING DROPS and PURL FYING [DYING] PILLS.-A TREaTISE, [Treatise] of 24 pages, embellished with engravings, is sent with them. . WILKINSON, RoYLE, [Rule] and Co. have published their Me- [Medical] dical [medical] Adviser. As a proof of its utility, a lange [lane] edition has been rapidly sold. Price of the Purifying Drops, 4s. 6d. per bottle; threo [three] in one, 1ls.; [ls] six in one, 1 1s.; Pills, 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s., and 1 Is. per box. Considerable saving is effected b Pears larger sized bottles and boxes to be had in at their residence; or of the following agents - HUDDERSFIELD-Mr. BROOK, Printer, 26, Buxton-road. Halifax-Mr. Hartley, bookseller; and Barnsley-Mr, AUTION. [AUCTION] -- nprincipled [principle] ns having cop labels, bills, &c., relative to Wilkinson, Royle, and Co.'s valuable Medicines, they caution the ic that none are genuine that have not the signature of Henry Royle on the government stamp, to imitate which is felony; and in Leeds, or they can only be obtained at their residence, from any of their accredited Agents, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1850. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. '2, WILKINSON and Co., Surgeons, beg to say that they have action with any person or persons in Leeda, [Leeds] who style them selves Wilkinson and Co.- Messrs. Wilkinson and Co. can only be consulted daily at 2, Back-green, Huddersfield and 1, King Cross- [Cross street] street, Halifax. DELAY NOT OR delays are dangerous. All parties suftering [suffering] from cases of a private nature should consult Messrs. WILKINSON Co., SuRGEONS, [Surgeon] at their Medical Estab- [Stables- Establishments] lishments, [establishments] 2, BACK GREEN, HUDDERSFIELD, and 1, KING CRoss-STREET, [Cross-STREET] HaLirax, [Halifax] where honour and a speedy cure may be relied upon. Attendance daily at the above Establishments. ; WILKINSON Co.'g PURIFYING DROPS, an astonish- [astonishing] ing discovery for the cure of every stage and symptom of the venereal disease, price 4s. 6d. per bottle, can only be d of the following agents - Mr. Wilson, bookseller, &c., North Bridge. Huddersfield.-Mr. Dewhirst, druggist, &c., King-street. Dewsbury.-Mr. Hunter, chemist and druggist. Wakefield.-Mr. Lawton, chemist and druggist, Bottom of Kirkgate. Barnsley.-Mr. Waterfield, bookseller, &c. Bradford.-Mr. Tetley, chemist, &c., Leeds-road; and Mr. Sutcliff, chemist, &c., Westgate. Hebden Bridye.-Mr. [Bridge.-Mr] Garforth, bookseller. Akeds, [Asked] Stamp Office. Todmorden.-Mr. Farrar, hair dresser. Rochdale.-Howarth, &c., wholesale druggist. Heywood.-Mr. Alston's boot and shve [she] establishment. Colne.-Mr. Hodgson, chemist, Xe. Dencaster.-Hough, [Doncaster.-Hough] chemist, &c., Corn Market. Leeds.-Mr. Green, bookseller, Briggate. Knottingley.-Mr. Greenhow, chemist, &c. Pontefract.-Mr., Farrer, chemist, &c., Roper-street. Goole.-Mr. Harnet, [Garnet] chemist, &c. Selby.-Mr. Glew, chemist, Xc. York.-Mr. stationer, &c., Peter-gate. Skipton.-Mr. Irving, chemist, Xc. Burmley.-Mr. [Burnley.-Mr] Munn, chemist, &c. Bingley.-Mr. Dunn, chemist, &c. Mark those Numbers, Names, and Streets, Or serious disappointments you will meet. All Letters punctually attended to, and Medicines sent to any part of the Kingdom. GLEN TILt.-The [Tit.-The] Duke of Athol has not yet done with the shutting up of Glen Tilt. Notwithstanding the recent decision in the Court of Session in favour of the opening of the pass, it has this season been more carefully guarded than ever. It was only last week that a highly respectable party from Braemar were turned back by one of the Duke's menials, and told that without a line from his grace no one could be permitted to pass on. And these lines of admis- [Adams- admission] sion are gone about in the most business-like way imagin- [imagine- imaginable] able. They are regularly printed checks, evidently torn from a book kept for the purpose, with the name of the fortunate holder inserted on a blank line, and thereafter the open sesame of Athol appended to the precious document. We saw one in the possession of an individual who got it through the intervention of a friend, which enables us to speak definitely on the subject. The matter must be kept before the country, as public interests are deeply interwoven with it. Especially at this period of the ear is the prohibition a Feat annoyance to many an intel- [intelligence] igent [agent] tourist, and the e of Athol must be taught to feel that he is sacrificing both his good name and his money (neither of which, we understand, is superabundant) in a game in which he will ultimately be the loser. We believe the Duke states that the decision of the Court of Session only has the effect of throwing open Glen Tilt to the three gentlemen who were pursuers in the action against him, so that by his Grace's understanding of the finding of their Lordships our townsman, Mr. Torrie, [Corrie] is one of three gentle men who, in all broad Scotland, or England either for that taatter, [matter] are alone entitled to roam at large in this romantic district, without a line from the Duke of Athol, to produce at every other turning of the road. Weare sure that nota [not] few have envied Mr. Torrie's [Corrie's] good fortune within the past few weeks, and we can only hope that it will be their tum next.-Aberdeen Banner. MURDER IN NEW ZEALAND.-The family of Mr. John Ellis, a stablekeeper [stable keeper] in the Commercial-road-East, have just received, per the Cornelia, Captain Mickleburg, from Wellington, New Zealand, the melancholy tidings of the murder of John Ellis, son of the above, on board the ship General Palmer, in Port Nicholson, in the early part of the month of April last, and the committal for trial of four persons concerned in the atrocious deed. It appears that Ellis, who had served an apprenticeship to Messrs. Somes, [Some] the shipowners of Ratcliffe, and had been out of his time about 10 months, was appointed to take charge of the General Palmer, after the crew had quitted her, and she was laid up in Port Nicholson, in consequence of her leaky condition. Great confidence was reposed in him, as he was a young man of much promise. He had charge of all the stores on board, and was in the practice of coming onshore every morning to transact business with Mr. Kenneth Bethune, a merchant and agent of the ship, residing in Wellington. He became acquainted with four men, named W. Good, alias William Frederick Henderson, a deserter from the 65th Regiment; M. Coslin, [Colin] John Jones, and Thompson, and they were in the practice of visiting him on board ship. Knowing that he had above 20 wages and other property in his possession, they resolved on his murder, and the unfortunate young man fell a victim to their trachery [treachery] and cupidity, and to his own misplaced confidence in their integrity. Ellis was missing for a week, and Mr. Bethune, fearing that he had been the victim of foul play, went on board the General Plumer, [Plumber] and saw Thompson on board, who, on being questioned, said the shipkeeper [shopkeeper] and Ellis had gone ashore some days before. Mr. Bethune, having reason to know the contrary, gave Thomp- [Thom- Thompson] son into custody, and upon proceeding into the cabin was annoyed by an intolerable odour, which caused him to make a strict search, and upon uncovering one of the harness casks, which had contained salt beef, the body of the murdered man was found steeped in brine, with the head downwards. The corpse was dreadfully mutilated, the head severed from the body, and upon a post mortem examination by Dr. Monteith, a resident in the colony, it was ascertained that he had been disposed of as the Man- [Manning] nings [rings] disposed of their victim, O'Connor; he was first shot and his skull was beaten in byahammer. [hammer] Suspicion falling upon the men who were in the practice of visiting him, and who were last seen in his company, they were sought after, and found to have absconded. They were subsequently apprehended in different parts of the colony by the police officers and natives sent out in pursuit, and, after severa [several] examinations before the resident magistrate and many witnesses, the circumstantial evidence was so conclusive that they were all committed for trial at the Supreme Court, which was to hold its sittings in June.- [June] Times, HYDROPHOBIA FROM THE BITE oF a Cat.-Eddovwes's [Cat.-Advise's] Journal, a Shrewsbury paper, published on Thursday week, states that about the middle of June a favourite cat absented itself from the house of a family of the name of purr, of Acton Scott, in Shropshire, and returned in a few days with a wound in the under part of the neck, sup to be from the bite of a dog, but, as nothing of hydrophobia had been heard of in the neighbourhood, the cat was allowed to go about the house and premises, although different in its ways from what it had been before leaving the house still the idea of madness never entered the mind of any of the family. However, one evening, as oung [young] Thorpe, a lad of sixteen years of age, was returning 'om his work, he accidentally met with the cat a short distance from the house, and, stooping down to fondle with it, he was immediately seized by the top of the finger, the teeth penetrating the nail, A poultice was soon after applied, and kept on for two days. The wound healed, and nothing more was thought of it (the cat was destroyed the following day) till some three weeks ago, when the poor boy returned from his work, complaining of violent pain in the hand that had been bitten, the arm, and shoulder; he also complained much of his head, with sick- [sickness] ness of the stomach, accompanied by great restlessness, which continued till Wednesday morning, when the direful symptoms-the dread of the ambient air and of fluids, with great difficulty of swallowing-succeeded, which, with convulsions and delirium, continued till three o'clock the next morning, when death put an end to the poor fellow's sufferings. An Encrant [Entrance] Lost.-A shocking shipwreck was reported at on Tuesday, namely, that of the total loss of the ship Bridgetown, belonging to Liverpool; having on board 390 passengers, emigrants for America, whose escape, considering the fearful circumstances of the wreck, was most miraculous. The ship, which was nearly 1,000 tons burden, sailed from the port above mentioned on the 4th of July last, under the command of Captain John Mills. She was bound to Quebec, and accomplished the passage across the broad waters of the Atlantic by the 8rd [ord] of the following month (August). The succeeding night witnessed the de- [destruction] struction [instruction] of the ship. They had sighted the Banks of New- [Newfoundland] foundland, [found land] and were ing to the southward, with light breezes and fogey weather, when about midnight she went upon a rock at Cove, between Cape Ballard and Cape Race. The violent force with which she struck instantly aroused the emigrants, who rushed upon deck in a state of great excitement, and the scene that ensued, when it was found that she was fast filling, and must inevitably go down, was painful beyond description. The first object sought by the master was to run the ship towards the coast, which, though not seen, was sup' to be close at hand, and then getting out the boats, he fortunately succeeded in persuading his living freight to follow his instructions. The female emigrants were got into the boats, and these having been safely put ashore, the boats returned, and eventually, after considerable exertion, the whole of the remainder were saved, excepting three children, who were lost in the confusion, and were supposed to have rished [rushed] in the ship, which shortly foundered in five thoms [Thomas] of water, and wasa [was] totalloss. [total loss] The poor emigrants lost everything they possesssd; [possessed] many reached the shore with nothing on their persons but their night-clothes. The distress of the unhappy creatures was very great. There were several cabin passengers among them was an episcopal clergyman, who had lost property to the amount of up- [upwards] wards of 1,000. Amidst their misfortunes a gang of des- [desperate] perate [Peate] wreckers visited the spot, and carried off the little property that was cast up from the wreck and- [and washed] washed ashore in fact they laid their hands upon they decamped with. Captain Mills, the master, attributes the loss of the ship not only to the dense fog and darkness of the night, but ina great measure to the variableness and uncertainty of the currents, together with the force and with which they set in towards Cape Race. The vessel was but partially insured. LIBERATION OF MR. DUNN, THE Bar TER, [TEE] RIS' [SIR] FROM THE QuEEN's [Queen's] BENCH PRISON.-The above persevering admirer of the heiress in the three liberated m [in] the Queen's Bench Prison on Taesday [Tuesday] last, after an incarceration of three years and a-half. He was sentenced by Lord Chief Justice Denman, at the Guildhall, e,,8 ae in Hilary Tene, [Ten] 1847, to eighteen months' for committing per in swearing to a schedule filed by him in the Court of Bankruptey, [Bankruptcy] in which he made Miss urdett [order] Coutts a debtor in the modest sum of 100,000, tendering as a voucher for the amount a doggrel [degree] poem, in which the lady was made to desire him to resent his order at the bank and it would be honoured. n addition to the above punishm [punish] th directed that he should find selves oe coe [Co] solvent security to keep the peace for period of two yeas. After ineffectual attempts by habeas corpus in the Queen's Bench and Common Pleas to the indictment and he was obliged to liquidate the law's demands, to remain in prison the full term of the sureties, the bails tendered on his behalf at various times being considered inadeq [inadequate] News. THE COUNTY EXPENDITURE MOVEMENT.-The committee appointed for conducting the above movement have resolved to convene another meeting of deputations from boards of guardians and other persons interested in this important question, to be held at the h Arms Hotel, Newton- [Newton] in-the-Willows, [the-Willows] Lancashire, on Monday the 30th inst., at twelve at noon. At this meeting a report of the proceed- [proceedings] ings of the committee is to be presented, and the course to be adopted during the next session of parliament is to be considered. Robert Townley Parker, Esq., of Cuerdon [Gordon] Hall, has consented to preside, and the following members of parliament have been invited by the committee, a majority of whom have already intimated their intention of being present at the meeting -The Right Hon. Thomas Milner Gibson, M.P.; J. Wilson Patten, Esq., M.P.; Jas. Heywood, Esg., [Es] M.P.; William Brown, Esq., M.P.; Alex- [Alexander] ander [under] Henry, Esq., M.P.; Joseph Hume, Esq., M.P.; the Hon. Colonel Lindsay, M.P.; Joseph Brotherton, Esq., M.P.; Sir Joshua Walmsley, M.P.; Gilbert Greenall, [Green] Esq., M.P.; John Bright, Esq., M.P.; James Kershaw, Esq., M.P.; Ralph A. Thicknesse, [Thickness] Esq., M.P.; James Pilkington, Esq., M.P.; Charles Hindley, Esq., M.P.; Matthew Wilson, Esq., M.P.; William Williams, Esq., M.P. The committee have invited the various boards of guardians in Lancashire to appoint a deputation to attend the meeting, and they express a wish that each board will invite to the meeting some of the magistrates resident within its union. The committte [committee] also invite to the meeting any overseers or ratepayers, or others who take an interest in the question.- [question] Manchester Guardian. REPRESENTATION OF CAMBRIDGE UNIVERsITY.-Some [University.-Some] surprise was occasioned amongst the resident members of the University on Wednesday morning by the (uzette [Gazette] an- [announcement] nouncement [noun cement] that the Speaker of the House of Commons would, at the expiration of fourteen days, issue his writ for the election of a member in the room of the late Hon. Mr. Law. The election will, under the circumstances, take place before the close of the present month, and as the long vacation does not terminate until Thursday, October 10 (the first day of term), but few members of the colleges will have returned to Cambridge on the day of election. Mr. Cowling, who is backed by the influence of St. John's College, is the only candidate who has, up to the present time, announced himself. Although Mr. Walpole, M.P. for Midhurst, has declined becoming a candidate, the Trinity men have determined to put him in nomination, and the hon. gentleman, it is expected, will be supported by the majority of the members of Queen's, King's, Caius, and Jesus Collezes, [Colleges] the heads of which signed the original address to Mr. Walpole. The Trinity men allege that Mr. Cawling's [Calling's] friends ought to have consulted the University before bringing him forward, and that, without objecting to him personally, they are determined to oppose him on that ground. NEVER Despatr.-- [Despite.-- Despite] The pride of all, from the peer to the peasant, is a clear and fair complexion which alone can be obtained by the use of Dr. Cockburn's Celebrated Oriental Botanical Extract; it quickly and effectually dis- [dispelling] pelling [selling] those personal disfigurations, pimples, tan, freckles, and all other diseases of the skin, which at this season of the year demands the greatest attention. No better proof can be formed of the high estimation in which the Oriental Botanical Extract is held by all respectable classes of society than the immense sale it now commands-upwards of 10,000 bottles monthly-enjoying the patronage of all the crowned heads of Europe, and the leading members of the English aristocracy, producing the most beneticial [beneficial] effect, and im- [in- imparting] arting [eating] to alla [all] most delightful and youthful appearance. r. Cockburn begs to recommend his Extract to all those persons residing or proceeding to tropical climates, for it is found an invaluable remedy in removing all sun spots and other eruptions of the skin so prevalent in the Bast and West Indies. Also, it will be found to possess the most exotic and refreshing qualities, for any length of time and in any climate. Pre only and sold wholesale and retail by Dr. George H. J. Cockburn, Aldgate, London, in 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s., and family ones 21s.-Mr. [21st.-Mr] W. P. England, chemist, sole agent for Huddersfield, wholesale and retail, and by all other chimests [chemists] in the world. See this day's Advertisment, [Advertisements] Testimonials, &c. It Is AN UNDENIABLE Fact THat [That] PILis [Pills] ARE THE FINEST MEDICINE IN THE WORLD.-In all cases of deranged stomachs, determination of blood to the head, bile, sick head-aches, stomach and liver complaints, there is no remedy known that gives such immediate relief as those far-famed pills, the peculiar properties of which act directly on the main-springs of life, so that no disease of the kind resists their influence, therefore, all persons pre- [predisposed] disposed to any of those, should, at this season of the year, promptly have recourse to a few doses, which would effec- [effect- effectually] tually [tally] check every symptom, and restore health and vigour. THERAPEvTICS.-The [therapeutic.-The] history of medicine is by no means flat- [flattering] tering [tearing] to science. It is questionable whether more is known of disease, their causes and their cure, at this moment, than at the time ot Galen; it is certain that diseases are quite as numerous, and in the aggregate as fatal. Every age has produced some new system of artificial therapeutics which the next age has banished ; each has boasted in its turn of cures, and they, in their turn, have been condemned as failures. Medicines themselves are the subjects of fashion. Is it not a positive proof that meilicine [medicine] is yet unsettled; in fact, that it has no established principles, that it is little more than conjectural 'At this moment, says Mr. Pinny, the opinions on the subject of treatment are almost as numerous as the practitioners themselves. Witness the mass of contradiction on the treatment of even one disease, namely, consumption, Stroll attributes its frequency to the in- [introduction] troduction [production] of bark. Morton considers bark an effectual cure. Ried [Red] ascribes the freqnency [pregnancy] of the disease to the use of mercury. Brillonet [Brilliant] asserts that it is curable by mercury only. Ruse says that consumption is an inflammatory disease-should be treated by bleeding, purging, cooling medicines, and starvation. Salva- [Salve- Salvation] dori [Dore] says it is a disease of debility, and should be treated by tonics, stimulating remedies, and a generous diet. Galen recom- [com- recommended] mended vinegar as the best preventative of consumption. Des- [Assault] sault [salt] and others assert that consumption is often brought on by taking vinegar to prevent obesity. Beddoes recommended fox- [foxglove] glove as a'specific. Dr Purr found foxglove more injurious in his practice than beneficial. Such are the contradictory state- [statements] ments [rents] of medical men And yet there can be but one true theory of disease. Of the fallibility and inefficiency of medicine, none have been more conscious than medical men, many of whom have been honest enough to avow their conviction, and now re- [recommend] commend MESSRS. DU BARRY'S REVALENTA [PREVALENT] ARABICA [ARABIC] FOOD, a farina which careful analysis has shown to be derived from the root of an African plant, somewhat similar to our honeysuckle. It appears to properties of a highly curative and delicately nutritive kind and numerous testimonials, from parties of un- [unquestionable] questionabl [question respectability, have attested that it supersedes medicine of every Geeceipeion [griping] in the effectual and permanent removal of indigestion (dyspepsia), constipation. and diarrhea [diarrhoea] nervousness, biliousness, liver complaints, flatulency, [flatulence] distension, palpitation of the heart, nervous head ache, deafness, noises in the head and ears, pains in almost every part of the body, chronic inflammation, and ulceration of the stomach, erysipelas, eruptions on the skin, incipient consumption, dropsy, rheumatism, gout, heartburn, nausea and sickness during pregnancy, after eating, or at sea, low spirits, spasms, cramps, spleen, general dibility, [debility] asthma, cough, inquietude, sleeplessness, involuntary lushing, [rushing] tremors, dislike to society, unfitness for study, loss of memory, delusions, vertigo, blood to the head, exhaustion, mel- [melancholy] ancholy, [melancholy] groundless fear, indecision, wretchedness, thoughts of self-destruction, and many other complaints. It is, moreover, admitted by those who have used it to be the best food for in- [infants] fants [ants] and invalids generally, as it never turns acid on the weakest stomach, but imparts a healthy relish for lunch and dinner, and restores the faculty of digestion and nervous and muscular onerey [energy] to enfeebled. 'aution.-The [Auction.-The] name of Messrs. Du 's invaluable food, as also that of their firm, have been so 'ieee imitated, that ove [over] lids cannot too carefully look at the exact spelling of both, and also Messrs. Du Barry's address, 127, New Bond-street, London, in order to avoid being imposed upon by Ervalenta, Event, Real Arabian Revalenta, [Prevalent, or other spurious compounds, of peas, beans, lentils, Indian and oat meal, under a close imitation of the name, which have nothing to recommend them but the reckiess [reckless] audacity of their ignorant and unscrupulous com- [compound] pounders, [pounder] and which, though admirably adapted for pigs, would play sad havoe [have] with the delicate stomach of an invalid or infant. TIME TABLES. HUDDERSFIELD TO HOLMFIRTH PENISTONE. 3d Cli2d [Cloud] Cl 2d Cl2d [Cold] Cid Hnddersfd [undeserved 7 20) 9 50 11 54 2 30 4 15 7 30 Lockwood. 7 25) 9 55 11 58 2 419 [W] 7 35 BerryBrow [Berry brow 7 30 10 012 3 240) [W] ... 7 40 Honley. ... 7 33 10 3112 6 2 42 4 23) 7 43 Brockholes junction. 7 37)10 7 12 10) ... 7 47 Thougsbrg. [Thoughts. 7 40 10 10,12 13 2 50) 7 40 Holmfirth 7 45 10 15.12 18 2 55 4 33 7 55 Stocks Mr. 7 58 10 23 12 26 443) [W] ' Shepley 8 3(10 32)12 31 4 48 Denby Dale 8 11 11 39,12 36 4 55 Penistone.. 8 21 10 49 12 46 5 5 Sheffield... arrival ... 9 36 11 39 1 23 5 38 ' Runs to Penistone on Tuesdays only. Sundays. A Train leaves Huddersfield at 6 46, 10 11, 7 25; Lockwood 651 1015, 7 29; Berry Brow 6 56, 1030, 733; Honley 659, 10 35 7 36; Holmfirth Junction 7 3, 10 40, 7 39; Holmfirth ar. 7 6, 10 35, 7 45; dep. [de] 7 15 a.m., 7 46 p.m.; Stocks Moor 7 15 a.m., 746pm.;S [pm.;S] epley [pele] 7 24 a.m, 7 49 p.m.; Denby Dale 7 29 a.m., 7 54 p.m.; Penistone 7 36a.m., [a.m] 8 2 p.m; Sheffield ar. 8 41 am. PENISTONE TO HOLMFIRTH HUDDERSFIELD. 3d Cli2d [Cloud] Clj2da [Clad] Clyed [Called] Ch3sd [Chest] GH Sheffield 6 30 10 1 12 45 ... 5 54 ... Penistone.. 8 25 10 52 1 30 6 45 DenbyDale [Dental 8 33 11 0 1 38 6 53 Shepley .... 8 39 11 6 1 44 6 59 Stocks Mr. 8 43 11 10 1 48 7 3 Brockholes junction. 8 48 11 15) 153) [W] ... 7 8 t Holmfirth 8 57 11 24 2 3 3 0 718 [W] 8 40 Thongsbrg. [Thongs. 9 4 11 32) 2 9 3 4 7 94 44 Honley ..... 9 8 11 36 2 14 3 9 7 30) 8 49 Saath [South] aul [al] nos 3 13 7 33) 8 53 Ww 2 23 Huddersfd [Huddersfield] 5 18) 7 38) 8 88 arrival ... 9 21 11 48 2 28 3 231 7 431 9 3 t From Penistone at 8 10 p.m. on Tuesdays only. 48 On Tuesdays a Market Train will leave Peni [Pine] Helmfirth [Holmfirth] at 7 30, for Huddersfield, calling at interme [inter me] stations. Sundays. A Train leaves Sheffield at 9 56 a,m., 7 26 .m.; Peni [Pine] a.m., 8 10 p.m.; Denby Dale 10 46 a.m., 818 maj [man] Shepley 40 se a.m., 8 24 p.m.; Stocks Moor 10 55 a.m., 8 p.m.; Brockholes Junction 11 0a.m.,8 40p.m.; [p.m] Holmfirth 15, 110am.,830p.m.- [am.,p.m] Thongsbridge 7 19, 11 2.a.m., 833 p.m.; Honley7 [Honley] 25,115 a&m.. 8 37p.m.; [p.m] Berry Brow7 [Brow] 29, 11 9a.m.,8 41 m.; Lockwood 7 34, ; 7 29, ss IM. [IN] 5 34, 8 45 p.m.; Huddersfield ar. 7 39, 11 19 a.m., HUDDERSFIELD TO BRADFORD. Par. Par. 2 Cl. CLS [CL] CLIS [CIS] OT Manchester ... 6 0 8 15110 15 12 10 1 45 3 5 3 40 9 0-10 55 1 25 3 251 5 0 6 30 8 20 Huddersfld [Huddersfield 6 29) 8 3 9 2511 52 1 80, 3 55 5 5 7 9 16 eld [ed] ... 6 37 23 9 44 12 13 1 58) 4 13) 5 38 7 23 10 8 Hecmndke [Hammond ... 8 30) 9 52112 22 2 6 4 21 5 46 7 31 10 19 Liversedge 8 35)... 12 25) ... 4 251 5 10 20 Cleckheatn [Cleckheaton] 8 40110 29 2 14 4 99 5 55 74010 25 Low Moor 8 47 10 7 12 87 2 211 4 36, 6 1 7 4610 31 Bradford 8 55 16 17 12 48) 2 31) 4 44 6 12) 7 56,10 40 BRADFORD TO HUDDERSFIELD, 2 Cl. 261) [W] FEL) [FEEL] SOc [So] SITS Bradford .. 6 1 we 9 36 1 3 30 4 50l [L] sal ab Low Moor..) 6 15, ... 9 7 11 37 1 16 3 38 4 57 6 43 8 58 Clock heatn [heat] 6 23). 1411 46) 1 24) 3 46) 5 2) 6 51) 9 6 ws Ps .. 3 50)... 6 551 9 Hekmdvwk [Hermitage] 6 29 ... 9 20111 53) 1 Sol 3 53 sal 9 18 Mirfield 6 37 8 13) 9 27 12 0 1 38 4 Of 5141 7 6f 9 20 Huddersfl [Huddersfield] 58 8 35) 9 45 12 25) 2 5 4 141 5 50 7 sol10 [solo] 25 Manci [Mani] 915 11 5) 1 45 3 50 6 15 7 10 9 35 21 10 45 10 1 0 2 10) 4 40 5 55) 7 40h10 [H] 45 SRO TO PONTEFRACT AND GOOLE. a eld [ed] 6 29, 9 25, 1 56, 7 3.- Wakefield 25 7 40.-Pontefract 9 39, 1215, 5 44 88.- Goole 46 11 2 LONDON AND NORTH Wasps; MANCHESTER, tos [to] SEEDS, ee REAR Par. 3 xe; . x Rainy oe B15 [B] l By 6 Bw (45 9 45 30 S 5211 ' UO 9 lh Macclesfield Stockport ... Liverpool ... Manchester...dp. Ashton ........ 7 Stalybridge Mossley aan [an] ewer Greenfield Saddleworth Marsden Slaithwaite Golear............... [Golcar] Lougwoud......... [Lockwood] Huddersfield ... Bradley ............ Heaton Lodge ... Mirfield .....0...... Dewsbury ......... Batley Churwell [Howell] Wortley Leeds ......... 6 30 8 6459 5 va of 32.10 47 37) 10 53 44.10 30) S011 [S] a on wm ier [er] arr. Pool for Otley ar 14 Knaresbro [Nursery] Harrogate Ripon Thirsk ....... Newcastle OP LDAP LEAR A THIRD CLASS TRAIN 10 30a.m., [a.m] HUDDERSFIELD ut i by, mediate Stations.-Also, a THIRD DERSFIFLD [HUDDERSFIELD] for LEEDS at 45 p.m., call... Stations. - YSN [SN] RS, Su Tor 12 A Train leaves Manchester at Jp [C] 4 8 95, Stalybridve [Stalybridge] S40, [S] 240. MI Greenfield 8 58, 2 46, 9 In se Marsden 9 17, 3 7,9 57, 932, 322,951, Longwood 9 sy. , 3 35, 10 5, Bradley 951, 341, Iv LL. Bev [Be] 10 17, Mirfield 102, 3 52, 1b 2 Dewi [Dew] Bailey 10 16, 46, 1036, Muriey [Marie] yy 10 31, 421, 1051, Wortley lu So. y ), 115. ues [use] LEEDS, HUDDERSFIELD. MEAN cre [re] ALA NG Eset [Set] nanny Newcastle... dep. [de] Thirsk oe... Ripon Harrogate ......... Knaresbro' [Nursery] ...... ee Pool for Otley ... See Leeds......... dey. Wortley Churwell [Howell] ' oS. cre [re] Morley ............ Batley Dewsbury ......... Mirfield ............ Heaton Lodge ... Bradley one ifuddersfield [Huddersfield] ...) 6 Longwood ......... Golear [Golcar] 6 Slaithwaite ...... Marsden Saddleworth Greenfield ........ Mossley Stalybridge ...... Stockport ......ar.) 7 20) Ashton wo.) oo. Droy sden [Dry sen] ......... Clayton Bridge .. Park LTE [LET] dnd [and] . Y S. - BEDE Ww Gt Ot te wa - mmr [Mr] be eed [ed] Miles Platting . Manchester ... av. 7 15 9 511 ar. 9 8 10 20 9 ISO 45 12 52 2 Macclesfield ..0...) 8 10)... 31s Chester ............,10 20 11 35 - en &s A THIRD CLASS TRAIN will tex FIELD and MARSDEN at 8 30 9 32a.m.; [a.m] and another from Lerep. [Rep] 12 30 p.m., arriving in Hrobersrtezp [Robertshaw] 4 calling at all the intermediate Stations. Sundays A Train leaves Leeds at 7 0, 10, 6 45, Churwell [Howell] 7 14, i 14, 657, Morley 7 2. 129, 714, Dewsbury 7 3 Heaton Lodge 7 48, 148, 7 dersfield [Huddersfield] 8 2, 22,745, Lone 213, 7 56, Slaithwaite 21. 221 Saddleworth 8 42,242, 25. ley 8 57, 257, 8 39, Stalybridge 5 9 35, 3 35, 945, Ashton Y 10, 3 10, 3 te On 55, Clayton Bridge 9 20, 3.20.40. Puro [Pro] Platting 920, 330.9 10, Manchester (as Liverpool ar at 6 55. LANCASHIRE AND YORKSH [YORKSHIRE] Par., Par. Ex. Sil) [Ail] Ee OT Uiverpool.. [Liverpool.. oo fo ou. eu 6 6) 35 Lol) [Lo] le Middleton 6 21) 8 25 42 Oldham dp -3 6 0 8 Olv [Old] 15) Blue Pits...) 6 33) 3 32 10 ule [le] os 6 41 8 37 ly Littleboro'. [Little] 651)... [W] (lu 37 Walsden.... S [Wilson.... S] 7 4) 1) Todmorden 7 9 3 541 9 Burnley ar 5 9 BDIL [BODILY] doi [do] Le Do dps we S300 [S] 9 Sule [Sale] ot Heb. Bridge 5 7 21,9 Sil [Ail] ly Mythomrd. 3 [Method. 3] 2 725) [W] ow.) Luddenden 7 vg) ll 2s SowerbyBg [Sowerby 6 5 7 38 9 sy North Dean 6 12) 7 45 9 40 Halifax dp 6 0) 735) [W] 9 1, 22 1 Elland ...... 616 [W 750) [W] Brighouse 6 24 7 O35; [O] 9 25 11 - Cooper Brg [Beg] 6 29 8 5 - Huddersfd. -- [Huddersfield. -- SS arrival.... 6 58) 8 20 9 departure 6 29 8 3) 9 Sz Mirfield..ar 6 37) 13 9 ss i2 Dewsbury ew 822,79 45). Batley ...... we 825) [W] Ld, Morley ...... 8 31 a Churwell [Howell] 8 45 . Wortley 8 40) , Leeds........ ow S410 [S] 5) Lh 2 Thornhill .. 6 45) 8 26 Se Horbury ... 6 55) 8 335) [W] lz Wakefield.. 7 5 8 43 9 Sole 2 Normantn. [Normanton. 7 17) 55 10 v 12 20) Leeds Hun 7 45) 2.4 ... 1 York....... 50 12 20 L sel [se] 2 a ate -- j11 [J] 50 to. Scarbro' 2 ol ae Hull ......... 9 50 12 15 2 Bridlingtn. [Bridlington. ... wee . Neweastle.. [Newcastle.. 1 0) 3. 0) Edinburgh 7 0 9 15 A Train leaves Manchester in the 7 30, Middleton 19, 10 32, 5 ls, 7 aH 5 0, 7 30, Blue Pits 32, 1042, 5 25, Korte [Forte] 5 33, 87, Littleborough 47, 5 40, 10, Waste Todmorden, 9 6, 11 12, 5 58, 84, Burnier [Burner] dp 8 30, 1030, 7 45, Hebden Bridge 2 me royd 9 20, 6 14, 850, Ludden [Sudden] Foor [For] 2h 92 7 ' Bridge 9 32, 11 29, 6 27, 9 0, Norta [North] Dean aos [as] 6 35, 9 7, Elland 9 44, 11 40, 6 39, YL. Bren ee 6 48, 9 20, Cooper Bridge 1) 4, 11 We. Fe field ar 10 17, 12 14, 7 22, 949, ap Mirfield ar 10 3, 12 0, 659, 25, 10 17, 949, Morley 10 27, 9 59, Uhurs [Hours] 10 37, 10 9, Leeds W. Rd. 10 43. Ww - 12 5, 7 6, 941, Horbury 10 24, 7 13.) 92, Wasete [West] te ae 7 25, 10 5, Normanton lv 41, 12 40, Uh AV lane, 1 0, 8 0, York 7 30, Hull 3 ju, Newesste [Newest] LEEDS, HUDDERSFIELD, Rane [Ran] Par. Par.) Ex. Ex Edinburgh 6 0 . Newcastle 11 5) 2. 5 30) 20 Bridli [Bridle] wee foc [for] ee Hull ......... -- 61) Searbro' [Scarbro] we foe T Oy 9D Hi poe fou [four] ae York......... 210 [W ... 720, 95012 5 - Leeds Hun ... wwe [we] .. 55 Normanton 5 20 ... 9 15 125 bf Wakefield.. 5 30) ... 9 9 t1 30) Bos [Bo] Horbury ... 5 40 ... wy 5 5 50 ... ... 1b 49) 3 Leeds ...dp ... 2 Wortley...) 1. 618 ... [W] Pe Churwell... [Howell... ... 6 22)... a Morley ...... we BW, aw Batley ..... le 3al [al] oer [per] Dewsbury ... 6 38 9 22 Lael [Label] 7 Mirfield..... 5 58) 6 46, 9 1 LS ' Huddersfd. [Huddersfield] oT arrival.... 6 6 658, 94312 3) LSB [LS] 2 departure ... 6 29) 9 2511 52, 1H 9 Ye Cooper Bdg [Big 6 81655) [W] 2. .) tS Brighouse 615 7 2 Sis a 2 a and ...... 6227 3 PS North Dean; 6 30 7 15; 9 54 12 17 2 ie Halifax dp .. 7 5) 948126 2 4 Sowerby BA 7 23 9 5912 24 2 ie Luddenden 733 ... 12 23) a Mytholmrd [Mytholm] 73a) [a] te Heb. Bridge 7 47)10 11 22 33) 257 ' Todmorden 8 5,10 22 12 53) 24 2 Burnley ar S 30)11 40) 1 2) do. dp 7 40 95012203 25 Walsden [Wilson] ... 8 13 wi we AM Littleboro' [Little] 8 2) .. 1 Pa Rochdale. 8 35)20 37) bt) FTO [TO] Blue Pits. 8 45,10 46) 1 25) 3 WO Middleton 8 6 10 54) 1 32) 3 Oldham ar .. 9 511 39 bb, 915 9 14) 3 97. 10 20 12 20 3 20) 5 3. Sunday. iy A Train leaves Normanton in the wie we] Wakefield 6 10, Horbury 520, ius [is] Huddersfield 6 52, Cooper Bridge 4 70, and North Dean 7 7. - A Train leaves Leeds in the morning sow 7 1, Dews ga Covert well 7 25, Morley, 731, Batley me 757, Huddersfield 8 11 dep. [de] om honse [house] 8 11, Elland 8 20, Nr. Dear 3