Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 7, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 7, 1856 Page 1
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THE NEW ' WHOLE NO. 7343. MORNING YORK HERALD. EDITION'? TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1856. PRICE TWO CENTS. ADVERTISEMENTS EENEWE1) ETEKY DAT. Xo Iwlliiini and Mwuir* Merclwntl. 0 ACTION TO THB PCW.IO. Tbs general adultsration of distilled ud torments! liquors, aad the ?owi)t? OMOtttM impure and delete ?tow fluids thus produced, have unquestionably generated ? iml? uwut of demoralization, misery and disease Dm ||> other known itiwi ll would be well if the Im mediate and nun? ary reault of using , either aa a beve race or a medicine, the pernicious eompeunda commonly ?okl as genuine brandies, gli>a, wtnea, to., were better Understood. Two- thirds of the drunxeanee* which dis craces society to attributable to the nature of the Mi-nuirt. nnmhanrl from unscrupulous dealers. Adulterated liquor begeta an Insatiable and depraved thirst tor alooholic drinks la every human being ?who Imbibes It. It Is intended to do so by thoae who sell It They profit doubly by the wicked deception ? first, by obtaining a good price tor a cheap ?ad unwholesome article; and secondly, through the large rtniasil tor It, which ita thirst creaUng property ln <taoes. Pure, wholesome liquor, on the other hand, posaeasea a satisfying quality A very moderate quantity suffices. It aootaae. the system, instead ol exciting thai fierce and fiery craving lor diffusive stlmalants, which aaly renewed applications of the bottle can appease. And jaw ii may be quoted, aa the opinion of many eminent Chemists and physicians, that the rapid growth of in ebriety la the united States has been mainly canned by the general system of adulteration practised oT late years |>otb la Europe aad In this country . In too many instances the brandies, wines, Ac., imported Into the United States have been tampered with abroad ? In many oases 'hey are re-doctored here? and they reoelve the finishing touch from the sordid retailer. . The present high price ol brandy and other liquors in Xnrope baa given a new and powerful Impetus to the business of deterioration, so that It is now more difficult ttma It ever was before to pro jore these article* genuine. After reflecting upon these tacts ? authenticated aa they Ik by the experience ol thousands ? It will be ob vlous to ?U that a pure, healthful spirit, pleasant aa a beverage, possessing Invaluable medicinal properties, and endorsed ?nd guaranteed aa passes 8 log theae recommendations by the * of the medical fraternity, by distinguished chemists, and by an Intelligent press, must be an article af prime necessity, aad ought to be in nniverssl demand, (very condition Included in the above description of what lbs public require is fulfilled and consummated in Wolfe's Hft?t?i???? aromatic schnapps. This broad and positive ?sam*tion Is made fearlessly, for iu truth Is sustained by B mass of evidence which any judicial tribunal la the World would pronounce conclusive In a case of life and dltatfr. and upon which no jury could tall to give an affirma tive verdict after five minutes' deliberation. The tribu nal appealed to In this pamphlet is publlo opinion; the Whole community are the Jnrors, and It Is only asked that they read the testimony which will be found appended to this address, and render their verdict accordingly. It is true that the quotations given are but a mere epitome of the volumes of proot In the possessioa of the subscriber, but they are of a character to carry conviction to every candid mind; aad if a perusal of ttem doea not annihilate ?very doubt, thousands of letters from medical practi tioners are open to the Inspection of sceptics, at the tstab Wfhment ef the subscriber, -J2 Beaver street. It will be seen by numerous extracts trom the medical Correspondence referred to, that the want of a pure, re liable gin baa been long and deeply felt by the protssslen la this country. Of more than two thousand communi cations from physicians received by the subscriber, scarcely half a dozen omit to set forth, In emphatic terms, ths importance of such aa article as a stimulant and diuretic In diseases of the kidneys and the bladder; and With this testimony in favor sf -'pure gin'' is coupled the admission that, previous to the Introduction of the "schnapps," It has not been obtainable In the United States. Hence physicists have been compelled to sub stitute for It various preparations of juniper, in which they themselves have had but little confidence. They ??em to rejoice most unfetgnedly that the hiatus In ths jaaterla medics has been at last satisfactorily tilled, and ?else with eagerness the opportunity of replacing their smoertain sucoedanes ms with the genuine specific they bare so long required. Eureka! "I have lound IV' ap pears to havs been the mental ejaculation of the faculty sb aacertalnlng the tonic and diuretic properties of ths schnapps In cases of gravel, dropsy, stricture, ?pllepey, asthma, debility, Ac., It has been prescribed With woaderful soocsss. Ths est nation In which the article Is held as a medl by men of science and expeiiense is further evinced by the demand lor It which exttta everywhere among -professional men. There Is not a elty in the United fjn- wh*re It la not In use by the profession : aad the subscriber numbers among hia customer* most of ths dlsUngatshed physicians and pt?annaaeuttats ,n the van aim sections or the Union. When it Is mentioned la coo ?amis* with thto significaat tact, thaU the regular sales of lbs rmaisSsss sokaappe havs reached, lathe period of Ave yeara, the enormous amount ol 1,000 dozen par wssk. It win be ooacaded that Ma general popularity as a beveraae keepa pace with the eateem In which It is hold as a modi "^very 'practical chemist knows that an acrid aad pol ? intTodtent, known as fusel oil, forms a constituent portion of all Inferior liquors. How, this oil, which pro ducss such deplorable eifeota upon the stomach andthe aervoas system of the habitual drunkard, aad Is, la nanny oasss, the proxlamts oause of mania a potu, paralysis and death is not a component part of the Schiedam aromatic ?cbaapps. The most rigid saaiysts has tailed to dated tfae smallest particle o' it in that bygeton preparation these tact i verified and demonstrated a* they are by ths oroch thtt follow, and by volumes of other unlmpeechi Die testimony, most Impress the mind of every candid Ifamker wtth the assurance that ths safest of all spirits si a beverage, the best and only reliable ooe a* a remedial vent ? that to which bis attention is lavlted In these cLsa' Is he a traveller, liable to the disturbing Inttaenoss ofths various kinds of water encountered in the dtftereot rectoas of the United States ? Bare Is a pure corrective that will qualdv aad render them innoxious, whether sur charged with lime, or earth, or decomposed vegetable natter, or anv other Ingredient held la solution by the bsaccumoened to take his moderate glsss at home f Bare Is a bioor that wUl net fire hm brain or tor his toskt u*. but which, by reaaoo of Its sal Id, satisfying aad beallhlul properties, will preserve him from that fierce dealre for stimulants. bvgotfn and perpetual*d by the see of adulterated iptr?s. to be a sutTersr trom acute or chronic disease of the .kidney* or bladder, from dropsy, debility, dyspspsla. hypocliondrtsass, or **7 In nate capable of (King controlled by a stomachic ar a diur etic* Here is bis bsst aad purest panacea, tealored to blm In the name and with the authority of the medical bculty. aad prescribed by Its most cautious members ' to be laboring under the unpleaaant etfoota of impure atlmulaiits flare Is an article that will repress ths evil, ???! restore to the morbid appetite ita natural was. peculiar prop? rtles of the Schiedam aromatic jssrS: ssn :n ?52 -a? K rsSiiStw'rSiATir.Sf'Si ~ ception of a siagie obecure ag<ous. scientific, tsmpsrance or *edloal JoirwU ruis op posed the use of the 'ii^ipps' mi saypwwnd lto celabrltT render* It consptcooaa. Controversy bee beea ssss?ss--' trwES-ras ClWmTSSb is anas sellable? that it holds a poaiUoo ten ?a in i i7im ntsewastea Is eee of the tssSs of trath , aad t^i^-T'thmsathls question ha caa at aB times answer ? with dsmoastration, ths ssbsorlbsrls is toll hick taom ssm i ana to argament, aad f. <>m argu SKSt to ths expsrtoaatum crams. Hehmdam jgBaltaal, by I ihe eahssrtow, the l^mit betag reastgaed ewdetovely to Mm. . Aitaougb^tae prtoe of rwl^m^^naally sad sas Wrerage to every other eplrit, te Mid it Hi# mhm ftin m whm H tu ioirodwwd tto jmrt t|o, m th#l >i oomb\mm Ihi ^ two *i^^u ^ m' i,raileJ e*celle*e aad extraerdtaary chsapaees xaartag the fate of all seyerW jwepai sSleas rt hae ten r*i to the rvgret af the waaatootarer aad Importer? been exteaalvefy order* have beea fre-ioeatly gtvaa by aaprmctptes ra Micro for the sassa purpose oT prooortag the faanma . ?.M Trteae. after neiog emptied ol their ortgiaal coo bavSbS^mlde t? rJSpSsits or that warm af . "ai'" -ernmr oonmn gla, wbtch bss beea sabss ?o#nt?v sole to the psrll or sobrtety aad health, as Vrffr-s Pehie4am aronsattcscbeeppr twma have, hawavar, beea ssat to t * aanber ia svary cay aad taws i ot Mw them to ferret oat aad expoea all sacb Iramte upoa toe mbK aad it a hotmd taat the maasaraa a?loptad will Uva the Street or arreadag the evil ^ . ?rw. ma|Q mfiitl lOUfbt tO bi utrtftw?" ^ ?eee ha?e aow been toechsNl npow tthas UM tar nioee who use Iwoor %m "P,^ ta the beet that chemical aaalysts has demoastrated its L.m mert eal ?ea in the l aton have lang felt the araat a !?reTTo aad that this want, by thetr own admlsrton l? EZmllZd that sloe teothn ot the pram eadorse lt : ?iai uTbL friends and approvers ererywoere and tbst S^npea opvoaeats do not amount to a J' corporal s ?S\a?rbtortbepositliaBiakea. Mowto^rova fhrm The argument betas aoadudad, let the wttneaeee SSEriftss t asssa vxzz a r tartbe^ iSf^saatma, if deelred. will be fooad ap sjsw: foitowi., V"'""' ^ MKLn. Dr. Deck ^ ^ a, litt. ?kSTSr r<*a'aot speak too highly of the purity of jJFiSZttSU!? ? '? sopmior to ft'SSag ft^VrlSSixtora Ot fnael oil, or Vom^nd. which pro.,ooa such a nil -o^Tand 'irreparable altar. ,,tV;n ^e o^m. It?..^ aid wh eh vary taw aamplss of alooholic dlettlled hq ra mre without? most of them being largely impregnated WtfhJve peraoaallf loapacted the vwiotm di tillelioo praotlaed at Srhladam, aad know that r ,re Is taken to separate the aaxtous eiemoam from jh I ,lfe atrohol ; aad your achaapps la a striking proaf of 1M an I aay As a medicinal agent tor ehronlo mid renal a (taction*. I fare successfully prwrtbed It, and recommsad It ss an St reeeble cordial aad harml?m stimulant, and eball eoa tiaue to do se. as w*U sa to an it as a source of pur* alcohol tot chemical Investigations and experiments. Your obedient ISAIAH DECK, Ooeaultlnf Analytical Chemist. From Dr. J. W. Bright. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 30, 1852. I reel that we have now an article of gin suitable for inch casus as that remedy is adapted to. From Dr. O. L. Leonard, Louisville, Ky., Sept. 1, 1862. I well know the difficulty of obtaining genuine unadul terated spirituous liquors of any kind tor medical pur poses, and therefore rejoice at any attempt to render cer tain the purity of those articles, and at the sane time to improve the medicinal properties. Perhaps In no article is this Improvement more desirable than in Holland gin. We frequently fell to prescribe it where It might be use ful, having no filth in obtaining a genuine article, and of course anticipating no benefit from the use of aa Inferior one. 1 shall take great pleasure in receiving a bottle of your schnapps, and hope it may prove all that is de scribed. From Dr. C. Pirtle, Louisville, Ky., Aug. 26, 1856. I have long lelt the want of a genuine Holland gin. In some Instances my pat ents have suffered for the want or it, aa It oannot be had in this market. Should your achsapps prove what I desire, I shall have great pleasure In Introducing it to my patients, and to the profession ge nerally. From Dr. T. G. Richardson. Louisville, Ky., Nov., 1852. It will give nae much pleasure to receive a bottle of your schnapps ; and if it possssses the good qualities claimed tor It, will enleavor to promote Its sale. From Dr. Samuel B. Richards ?, Louisville, Ky , Aug. 31, 1866. Having experienced the difflcultlea to which yon allude In the prescription oTgin. It will afford me pleasure, as It will be my interest and that of my patients, to prescribe It when occasion demands. From Dr. N. B. Anderson, Louisville, Ky., Aug. 31, 18S2. We have much demand for diuretics, aa dropsical and gravelly complaints prevail here to some extent; aad pure gin la one or our best remedial agents ? a good di uretic, and an exoellent menstruum for the administra tion of other articles of a similar class. If you send a bottle of your schnapps, I shall use all my Influence to promote the use of the same in medical practice. Dr. Charles A. Leas, Commiasioner of Health, Baltimore, writes ss follows in relation to the value of sennapps as a remedy in chronic catarrhal complaints, Ac. The letter is dated July 27, 1863:? ?'I take great pleasure In bearing highly creditable tea timony to its efficacy as a remedial agent tn the diseases for which you recommend it. Having a natural tendeaoy to the n ucoua surfaces, wl th a alight degree of stimula tion, I regard it aa one o* the most Important remedies In chronic catarrhal affectloni, I particularly those of the geni tourinary apparatus. Wlthlmuch respect, your obedient servant, CHA8. A. LEAS, M. D." Dr. Ghaloner, of Philadelphia, who Is well known to be opposed to the uae of ordinary alcoholic stimulants, thus endorses the schnapps:? ' 'Philadelphia, July II, 1863. "Mr. Udoifho Wolfk, 22 Beaver street, N. Y. > "Dsab Sir? Last year the writer received, through your agent tn this city, a bottle of your 'aromauc Schiedam schnapps,' and since that period has preaented the same in certain forma of urinary complaints: also In esses of debility in aged persons. So far, the aohnapps has been ot mu oh benefit to those uslag it. ? * * In conclusion, whore a diuretic and atimulant la required, I should nse the 'aromatic Schiedam schnapps. ' Thanking you for your kindness, I sm respect fully yours. "A. D CHALONSR, M. D., 180 South eighth street." Dr. D. Calkins, town physician and surgeon, at Lyme, Connecticut, aays In letter dated Oct 14, 1862:? "1 consider your Schiedam schnappe a superior article, and one that will not come abort oi oar highest expecta tions. It Is an article the medical fraternity have long wanted. 1 have used it so far with every apparent suc cess. Plsaae forward me aa soon sa you can convenient ly twelve bottles. ? ? * ? * ??D. CALKINS." Dr. S. Russel Chllds, 88 Chambers street, New York, under date July 12, 1852, after referring to the schnappe as a "superior article,' ' remarks "ouch an article Is wan tea for medicinal porpovea. The profession are deeply interested in thta matter. ? ? ? It will afford me pleaaure to lend my aid in Introducing the artlole you have been instrumental In bringing before the public. Very truly, yours, "S. RUSSEL CHILDS, M. D.?? Dr. C. Robbtna, or Boston, celebrated tor Ma cure or spttepsy, cholera, Ac., complains of the "great difficulty of procuring a pure Holland gin. " and a peats of the Schiedam achsapps aa follows, undsr date, ft OL 5, 1863 ? "I have commended your artlole in four cases two in Connecticut, one In Yeraont, and cms In Rhode Ialand. An article ol this character la much needed. I have been onable to Una a substitute in the materia medloa for pure Holland gin. Yours, "C. ROBBIN.i " Dr. Joela B. An drone, of New Turk, la a note dated Jvilr St, 1863, after stating that he has tested the scbnspps, m;i ? "I (ball be happy to recommead the article. ? e I wish job to lor ward me a large bottle far at j on u?e." Dr. J. Allison FarUy, of Philadelphia, In a communlca tlea of July 29, 1862, intimates that the fin procured there is of a very bad quality, and ooacludee by say Ing:? "If the article la (aa I have no reaaoa to doubt) equal to yoar representations. I shall take great pieasare la extending tu ueefnlneea la thla oity Dr. Me'iowan, of Boston, writing August 11, 1*61, mentions tbe dlltlcnlijr of obtaining compound spirits of juniper ? aa article considered oeeful la dropsy, urinary tUseaaee, Ac., aal then says ? ?'I felt happy on receiving your circular Uut 1 weald have In your Holland gin a good substitute far what 1 had so long and so often felt the waat ol." Dr. V. B. Peckbam, Providence, Rhode Uland, save la a note oT October I, 1862, after making reference ft the scbsappe:? "That a pare article far medicinal purpoeee la very much needed, I rully agree with yon." A letter from Dr. K E. May nerd, Hontrllle, Conn., dated November 1, 1812, contains the subset neat pas i tfe ? "1'bysiciass here and It very difficult to procure good gtn. 1 should think yours would hen very useful article, aad shoull like yon to Inform me by letter bow I can procure it." Dr. Jamee Relmlck, of ZaneevlDe, Ohio, alludes to the difficulty ef procuring rood gin aa a subject of great com putet In that section of the country aad says the Super intendent of the Muskingum county Infirmary, as well sa blmeeir, desires a supply of the schnapps. The letter ia dated September 18, IMS. Dr. J. W Warren, of Bos toe, under date of August, 1IM sajs ? ?M have long been la pursuit of iuch aa arttote, aad consequently shall be very g?d to avail myself of it. ' Dr. Samuel Webber, of Cbarteotowa, Haas., remarks (ivmaombor 8, m-i) ? "I have occasionally wanted ? similar article for naedl cat use, aad have found it dlti.cult to procure ooe that might he depended on aa that if what you ofier caa ra dily he had, It will be a desirable thtag." Dr. Lloyd Sseiy , of gaston. Conn, tsetrioa ts tbe argent want of such a preparation as the sshnapps, in a letter, iate.1 Sept. 26, 1802, from which the following Is aa sx trsct ? "for many years It has been almost impossible to pro cure a genuine nrttcle of any anodes of distilled liquors Vatteats whose peculiar condition required the aid ef stimulants of the poreat and most per foot km 4a, bare eftea been utterly naable to obtnUr any thing Of tbe sort whteh wan unadulterated. They aad I would rejotee to find o perfect nrticle, manufactured with beneety aad skill. Our doctrine bore is, that no healthy man oaa re ceive diffusible attmaleats late his syotsm without dstrl ment. but diseased actioa eometMaan demands artificial aid. aad thsa we want choice medteal ageots. 1 hare now a weakby aad aged patient, wbnne eystem ts bene fitted by e moderate use nf gtn . and henefeod me yestor day to pntat htm to n place where be oeeM got the cbote sm and tbe beat. I oaa new satisfy his interrogatory, ' Dr. Moody D. fnge, ef Maaohcater, N. H.. (fcpt. IS, lH?i) says - '?ft is wfth difficulty that phyatotens oaa obtain nay spirits suitable for medicinal purpeoea . tkwunii, no I use maay mixtures containing gtn in my praotiou, your Schndnm schnnppe will be reoeired i?y me with tbe htgbent gratiAcstlno ; aad f think tbe introduction ef o pursfarttcle of Holland gin la tbts ctty will moet tbe ap probation of tbe physicians and patients generally ? Dr. Horatio <1. Jameson, Sr., of Baltfmnro, lid., pittas as follows, (date el letter, Aug. IT, 1868):? " 1 have a very favorable opinion of pure gtn aa a bo varage lor aged ssen. also ia protracted dlseasos of tbe kidneys, hot certain It la, thM la aoaplrltuons drlak has there been more impnoMoo than in that of gin. Tt will artcrd me pleasure to be able to extend tbe uoe or it under proper circumstances 1 bare been an out aad out tern man, bnt never went to a temperance masting la my Ufa, nor have 1 ever been nnder a pledge t am pretty well advanced in Me, and believe a little diffusible stimulus asey be of use to me, aad If I oaa reader it useful to my practice, I will do so Tbe patriot, Charles Oar roll, need It In tbe last yean of hie lite, aad. it la said, carried a spoon srhea abroad far the purpose of meson r tag a.* Dr. Wfo. H Cooper, of Boston, la a letter of Aug. It, 1 862, raters to the schnapps sea palliative la aatMMt, with which be la himself afflicted for tiro moetha every fall. He aay*:? " Although uppoosd to a constant use of tbe article. ! MB eeaefoiad by experience that gin ia very frequently a valuable medicine la natbma " Dr Charles H Moors, of Baltimore. Md., May M, IMS, approves the snhnnppn so follows ? " I thtak the araofo la qnssuoa meets ? desideratum loag extetfog. ' Dr. Sariwdeo ngrot of llalttssere. (Ang. It, 1861.> thua lariicntea the value of " pure Schiedam, fa nriaary com plaints ? ?'1 am fatly aeaatble of the groat benstt to 1* derived Ill oertain for mi of urinary disturbance from the us* of good Holland*, but that is an artJc e so difficult to pro cure, without great trouble, that I hare beta compelled to content myself with lees palateable and therefore Jew faithfully taken medicaments. A pure, first rate Schie dam cannot foil to meet with the heart/ approbation of phjiioiana." Or. Daniel H. Sklnntr, of the aame city, (August 23, 1862), says ? " v ' "1 have a case or two in which I should like to try your 'schnapps. ' Physicians In this country hare alwai s found it difficult to obtain a pure, good article of this kind, as well as of good wine, for their patient*; and for this reason they hare not been much used latterly in sickness. I hope you may be so encouraged In your ea terprise of supplying the medical faculty with pure gin, as to induce you hereafter to tarnish them wtth an op portunity of obtaining pure, good wine for their patients when they need it." ? Dr. Cock, a blghly popular and able New York phytf cian, endorses the usefulness of the schnapps, In the an nexed note, dated Sept. 28, 1862 ? ?'Mr. U. ffoiri: ? "Having used the bottle of 'schnapps' you were ao kind as to send me for trial, and finding it useful, you will cb'ige me by forwarding two more bottles. If there is au agency in this part of the city to which you can refor me, U will be a satisfaction " Dr. Frederick Say. New I<ondon, Conn., (September 17, 1852), teetiflee as follows, to the gene?al adulteration of liquors, and the desirableness of re. table articles ? " A few days ago I was favored with a circular from you respecting an artlole of Holland gin, of superior stamp. I have long regretted that the race of man sQoula be made to suffer so horribly from bad distillation, and also by the murderous process of adulteration, fcc., ho. A great disideratum In the art of medicine might be at tained by attending strictly to a sound philosophical manufactory of the pure spirits. We can get ao spirits in this vicinity that we can strictly rely upon as reme dial agents." The subjoined letter from Dr. Paine, of Manchester, New Hampshire, relates to one ol the most valuable medical properties poas eared by the aromatic schnapps, and shows that It acts as a specific In a very painful dis ease? th e gravel:? " Hum* WoL/r? Permit me to address you a few lines, wbtcb you are ai liberty to use, If you think proper, in respect to your medicine called Schiedam schaaops. I have had a very obstinate case of the gravel and stone, of some five years' standing, causing very acute pain in every attempt to urinate. Alter using many remedies without much relief, 1 was induced to try a bottle of your medicine. In tbe course of three days it proved eflec tual, dislodging large pieces of stone, some of which were as large as a marrowfat pea. I con lined the cordial, according to directions, and tbe patient continues to gain and U fast recovering. I think a medicine of so much value in so distressing a complaint, should be known to the public and tbe world at large. And I, for one, must give it my approbation and signature. " I HUM AS PAINE, M. D." Dr. Geo. Heaton, Boston, Aug. 18. 1853, receives with pleasure a bottle of the article, for tne purpose of testing It in his medical practice. Dr. B. Brown, of the same ctty, nnder date Aug. 12, 1862, writea in a similar strain, and complains or the Cre qutnt adulteration of every species of spirits. Dr. J. C. Garland, Nashua N. H., Sept. 10, 186S, sends a communication, from which the following is an ex tract. ? "I will very glsdly accept a bottle; and if it provas what It claims to be, will do what I may to introduce It to the sufTerlng who may need such n remedy, as well ss to my professional brethren; for we are more troubled to get a fair article of Holland gin than almost any other remedy. " Dr. Wm. Ha wee, Boston, Aug. 10, IMS, writes as fol lows:? "Tbe peculiar Institution (the Maine law) prevailing In our State has made me curious to know more of your ar ticle, as tt may possibly, from more or lees necessity, be come an eeeentlal article at the stores of retailing drug gists and apothecaries." Dr. B. P. r Randall, or the same ctty, Aug. 1*. 1182, expreeaee a wish to try tbe schnapps on a patient who has received some benelit fro a the best gin procurable from other sources, and hopes the pure article will eure him. Dr. E. C. Cross, of Guilford Centre, Vermont, Aug. ?, 1862, accepts a specimen, and hails with pleasure the op portunity or obtaialnf a good Hotland gin, ao nserul in medical practice, and so difficult to procure. Dr. I. M. Whipple, New London, Conn., September 14 1868, say* ? "Having experienced tbe various difficulties which you mention, in procuring a good article or Holland gin, ooac count of the various adulterations, I wlU simply aay that ir yon will fnrntab me with a pure article In your Schiedam schnapps, you will greatly oblige me." Dr. A. A. Moulton, Meredi.h, of N. H., Sept, 0, 1862, de sire* a specimen, and concludes thus ? " If it proves to be a pure I lot and gin, l shall moetcer talaly order more, as It is with us a great desideratum." Dr. Oliver B. Griggs, Pequonaook, Conn., Oct. 6, 1852, remarks as follows:? " I have now teveral patients for whom I would pre scribe a pure article of Holland gin. if I couid obtain any tn which I could place confidence. I will therefore thank fully accept a trial bottle of your schnapps, and If as de scribed, will send an order for more." It. J. R Sandborn, of Newmarket, X. H , Sept. 0, 1862, states that a pure article of gin Is not to be had It are, and tends an order for the schnapps. Dr. W. A- Weaks, Mclndoe's Falls, Vermont, writes, Oct. 96, 1862, to the same effect. Dr. W. C Willlasis. New Mlilford, Conn , (let- 23, 18.12, mentions that he lias a patient whose caae requires Hol land gla, aad dejtres a specimen bottle. Dr. C. A. fareoaa, af 8t Albana, Malae, Oat. U. 1832, daacrlbca a cm* of r?Ml tn which all other r?me dM have fkiled; bat in whtcn be hopes to xucoeed with the echnapp*. IV. K. 0. Snow, Waterbury. Coan., Sept., IKV2, de plores the wut ot a waoleeome gin. He baa boon obliged 10 give oppreecrlbiag the article, because he cannot get it pure, will gladly a rail himaelf of the acliaappa tn nla practice. Pr. Walla Beard, Rent, Conn , Sept. 4. 18M, write* that he la 71 rear* o? age, eaffer* from a die ease of the blad der and kidneys, and will nae the article In hla owa caae, Mjnd HCOIDMBd it. A. C. saaKh, Eaq., Brattieboro , Vt., Nor. ?, ISM, wrttoh to tbiaafftat: ? "la behatt aT Cyrua Ttattorde'd, M. n., of thla town, la reply to a Uae Iroaa too, whM aay. ha woald Itke a bot tic of your pare BolUu>d gin, or .Schiedam gla. to teat Its rlrtofte la the oudloal prof eeo tea " Extract of a letter from I>r. Allen flobba, Toledo, Ohio, Aag. a, 1868 - "It woald give me pleaaarr to examine your pare gin, as it baa been quite dlflicalt to procure a good article. " Dr. 3. 3. R. Bibble, nr*k*?ll?, N. 3., la Jaa., 1863, wrttea a* follow* ? "He great haa beaa the dimculty with me to prvcur* a pare article of gla, and eo oftra bare I baea disappointed, that 1 hare almoat enUro.y caaaad to preaorlbe gla tor any oemptalnt, and hare aearly despaired of being able to do It with better aarcaaa, aaleaa roura la what j*a claiai Tor It; If ao, yon will hare ooafemd a boea on the practlttoaer* la tbta country that I a at aura they will not be alow ta acknowledge." Tbeaaneied la from nr. 3. B Patteraoa, of Baltimore, under date at "ct. 1#, 1R68 ? "i-atieata of mine hare beea considerably lartgoratad in health, la aereral oaaea presenting thwaealvea, of a character to teat the quality of your Bchledaaa achaappa. Will avail rayaelf of the offer extended by fan to nae II la my practice " Dr. riavtd Stewart, Baltimore, Aug 12, 1862, iraaaaito the follow!** ' Will arati myaetf of the firat opportunity of recaai m ending year achaappa, provided yon eetabuaa aa agea ej ta oar rttr. or ladteaae aoma aanaaa by which It aaay be obtataad here." Dr. Ckae A. Leaa, of Ike above aamed city, aader data Aag 18, 18M, wrttea aa aader ? Holland gta haa laag baea a Arrant* remedy with aaa ta ohroalc dtaaaaaa at ta*g**tto*rtaary apparatus, aad tha priactpal dtgta titty haa beea to prooar* a good a run*. I aaa, lharatora, piaparad ta appreciate a perfectly geaalaa article, aad aha II be plaaaad to raoetra aad teat your spa r.tmea." Wa copy the Mlowta* rrom W M Cochraaa, M. n., Bal timore, Aug It, IBM ? "1 hare read with pleasure aad great latareat the cir caiar y on a* at aaa rata ?*e to yoar superior Holland gla, lo whtah 1 woald be pieaae<i to gira a trial. " Dr. Jaaaaa S. Lfitar, of Philadelphia, July ?, 1810, a ay* ? "1 bare at thla time a caae of deraagaaaant of the art nary aecrettoa under my car*, which will altord me aa opportunity of taating the value af your <Hchladaa achaappa.' " Wo give the aaneied extract from M. C. Graaae, H. n.. Bnatoa, Aag. M, 1IN - '1 received one af yoar circular* la relatioo to yoar pare Holiaad gta, aad aa luck article*. In tbeir paraatoha, are ao dlflicalt to b* oMalaed. I aball ha bappy to gsra yoora a trial, aad to know af awh a remedial agent aa I can n crmiaeaid with oaaideace " nr. It U Blackly, af Raat itoatan, August 11, 18M, wrttoar? "I bar* Jaat reoelved yovr* of the 7th inatoat, aad betag fully aoartaeed that pare Holland gla la paa eeeead of many aiMtotoal prapartlea which, whea doualy adartataSerii, produce rery beaertrta results, I ahall b* happy to totoodaaa your 1 aromatic We hi a torn achaappa' aaaoag ay meads la Uita rlctoity " A lattor f>aaiO. 0. H f.nhm, H. ft, October 18, 18M, oaauiti* tor Wtowtag ? ?? I ararpt. wuh ptoaear*. yoar aftor of a haul* of yoar ar???ra?ir Wb-edam arbaanpa, flaeliag that, tf what ywn g/ of it I* true, It all Mi raioabto ac^uarttwa, not only *; * " in the ohm itattd. but m i medium for (he administra tion of cod liver oil." A. Q. Colburn, If. D., Newark, New Jersoy, send* ub u follows;? "1 see by your advertisement that you supply physi clans with a earn pie boUle of jour aromatic Sch?<lftm schnapps for trial. I bar* a subject in my ow? family on whom 1 wouid be pleased to try ita effects" Extract of a letter from Maryland Hospital for the Ia sane, dated August 18, 1862:? " This institution will receive with pleasure a bottle of the aromatic dcbledam schnapps, free of charge, for trial. ' C G. Bacan, H P , Fulton, Orange county, New York, In for ma us aa follows:? " Frequently desiring to prescribe such an artiole baa lntluenced me to write lor and accept of a bottle for trial. " We give belrw an extract trom a letter fram Or. James

J. Strands, I'hlladelphla, Auguat 16, 1852:? "1 bate at preeent three or four cases where it mifh posHbiy be used to great advantage In scrofula, gravel, he. ; I bope it ma) prove advantageous, as I can use a iai|e quantity 11 tbe purpose la accomplished." Ftom a letter from Dr. A. F. Dulln, Aug. 12, 1852 ? "I will thank you very much Ibr aa opportunity to try your gin. I have often occasion to prescribe it, and II I knew where I can get it or reliable quality, would recom mend It much more frequently." Dr. J. T. Ball, Worceater county, Md., May 34, 1S68, writes tbe following ? "1 notice an advertisement in the papers In regard to pare Holland gin. I suppose you are tbe manufacturer an well as tbe importer, and as I would wish to get a pure article to use in my iroftssion, I will willingly aocept yonr kind offer of a bottle for trial." We have the annexed from Dr. Lewis Pagln, Toledo, Ohio, Aug 6. 1853 ? '?The 'schnappt' will be of much value to me In my practice, and 1 will avail myseir oi all Ita advantages." We subjoin another extract from a letter from Dr. E. J. rowers, Franklin, Vt., Sept. 8, 1852 ? "The difficulty of procuring a genuine article of gla is so great that I seldom think of using it at all, and should b* much pleased It it were possible to get pure Holland gin. I am happy to learn that you are supply lug the market with an article that may be deiwndod on." H. A. Ramsay, M D., Thompson, Columbia county, Cia., asks ? "Will you furnish me a sample of your Scheidam schrapp* 1 I have a patient to whom I think it would be serviceable, and I wish it entirely for medical uses." S. Perbam, M. D , Boston, Augnst 10, 1852, writes as follows :? " I should be very happy to try a bottle of your aro matic bcheidam schnapps, and if It provee to be what your card asserts, I should wish to make use of It In my practice. I not only use It In the dtseasss you mention, bnt prepare many medicines with it for numerous other complaints." Dr. 8. P. White, New York, says:? " Being in the habit ot prescribing (or my patients, oc casionally, the article of gin, I will aocept of a bottle whenever you choose to forward It, and will give U a fair trial." Dr. Yanderpool. New York, writes:? " I have been In tbe habit of recommending Holland gin for a class of diseases, and not knowing where tbe real article might bo had, have directed my patients to aome Get man grocer, presuming they would be most likely to bave the real thing. 1 should like to see your article, and have, of course, no objection to ' receiving s bottle, nor to prescribing the contents, from your account of It." From Dr. H. Starr, of Baltimore, October 26, 1652, we receive: ? " Having often to use gin, medicinally, I would thank you to send me a battle or your tchnapps, for trial. " Extract of a letter from Caspar Scbaffor, M. D., Phila delphia, July 81, 16f>2 ? "Having a favorable opinion of the genuine Holland gin, aa a remedial agent In certain cases, I gladly avail myretf of your kind offer to aocept a bottle of tha same. ?nd If found upon trial to anawer expectation, It may lead to further calls for the article." Dr. F. H. Campbell, Philadelphia, August 14, 1652, writes to us as follows ? "lam well aware of the efficacy of good gin in some forms of urinary disease, and should Itke lo meet with a pare, unadulterated artiole. such aa I could recommend with confidence." Also, from Dr. t. W. Farrell, New York, July 13 18(2: ? , " I received your circular, and, with your psi llihslos will give your Fcliledaaa gin a trial in a case ot dropsy I bave now under treatment." Dr. Cbeaver, Boston, Nov. 3, 1862, writes thus:? 11 Having bad a dropsical case that I should like to try your s< b nappe upon, 1 am induced to aooept your kind offer." Omen or P*o< ?io**L Gonaaoi, 1 K axhaS Tuutrrosv, Jely 81, 1864. J !?ka* Sir : ? Having beard much oi the medicinal pro pe rtlcs of your " Scbiodam Aromatic icbnapps, ' and they not being scccsslblc tn this "far off land," I r.~ol dnims ol having tbem introduced Into this country, on account c.b iefly Of a di.-oaae prevailing- In tbe prtirie and monntalnrua portion* of thin country? MMW hat re sembling itrsnguary or derangement of the urinary organs. It la a complaint peculiar to this country. As 1 do not know whether you bare any agsnciea In any of Ibe Ww?o ciliea or tows*. I bare deemed it beat to addreaa yon this Bote, to Inquire whether thla article can be bad (genuine) nearer tban New York My poat office and embarking and debarking place it "Kao.*as, Jackaoa oounty, Mo." Your*, reepe.-tfollv, WM. WALKER. Anotmo worn, New York. The foregoing correspondence sfforrts rich a body of medical testimony to the Ineatlmable remedial properttea of a pure Holland gin, aa waa probably never before arrayed tn print In behalf of any article In the pharma cop<> la. The Rchisdam aromatic schnspps, aa admitted by the prof<**ioo? aa proven by an amount of aolentlfic aad other evidence that would form a library in Itself? Is precisely the pure stimulant, tonic and diuretic that la required. To ibe numerous letter* and sitraeta from letters It has been deemed proper to add the name* of soma fire hun dred physicians who use the ichnapps, and kindly permit tbe proprietor to refer to them. These namsa will be fonnd In their appropriate place. It will be aeen that the above extraeta, Ac., ewer a rpaee of nearly two years. Meet of the letters, however, were written ta reply to a circular issaad la IMS; aad ta every Instaaee where specimen* Have been forwarded, they have bees approved ; so that It may be stated , with oat exaggeration, that full two thousaad phyalciana era now suocesRfully using the sobaapps ta ttelr practice la New England, where the Maiaa Lkpior law prevail*, tbe advaatage of having sncb a guaranteed article tor remedial purpoeee laetead of tbe impure sp rttt ssld by tha pertoae sppoisted under ths 1 tqucr law, maet be apparent, and every trlead of humanity moat hone that tbe *nggeetkm to that effect, tn a letter from a wolf known practitioner la Itoatoa, wboee remarks are qeoted among the preceding extraeta. will not be thrown away. It Is bad enough to give drugged spirits to the healthy; but to ad at ta later them to the siafe, is little better than co aa tractive murder. ?FIN 10*8 OF THK PRKSrt. To give evea a digest of tbe commendattons bestowed by the press apoa Wolfe * dehledam aromatic ?choappe, would be to proouoe a work aa large as SB encyclopedia. Alt that caa be done within thecompaea of a treatise Uko bis, la to afford the reader soma tdsa of the scope aad tenor of the, essays, anecdotes aad arguments, of which this popular article baa formed the text and theme during tbe last two years. la the sslertlsas which fol low, the grave aad tbs gay w11' he found mingled; tsr the sunshine of wH aad humor hss played cheerfully aroaad the important trntna aad phllosophlckl sxpoei. tloas which havs satisfied the rraaoa and oommoa ?eass of the public, ss to the purity and sxoelleace of this valuable medicinal agent. Al! who are aware of the < haractar aad standing of Us Medical (iasetta, edited by IT. D M. Reese, shli appreciate, aa they daasrvt, thera masks of that wall conducted period leal. [V'ross the Kentucky Medtcal Peeordsr, l/mlsvtlle 1 woirn'- AMiaiTu ?cm*i?* s un r* Ws speak by the card, when we add our teatimnay to tha beet of othara, who admit the superiority of Mr. Volte'* aromatic Hchledam ncbaappe over all other kinds sf gin i rom Ihne immemorial, medlaal men have fa warded gin aa one of the best of diuretic*; aad tha die u*e It has fallen Into of late year* mast be attributed re iher to the inferiority of tbe art* la ta tbe market, than to tha fic kleness or pfcystctaae la substituting *oom other remedy for it. We kaow there are many phyvtdaa* who nrescribe alcohol aa a remedial sgeat, In every disease, aad nadsr all circumstance* It la aot our intention, however, to dlscuas this question now, but simply to < ra/ee* our predilection for stim slant* la vsry msay <Jts esses, aad are certain that we havs *av*d many f!vss by their administration, which would ofbers iss bare been i(l*v Mr Wol'e, we ooasVlsr, baa supplied a desldera ins, tl.e went of which bss been Isag (bit by tbs pro tew mob, (aad we might ateo say by tha pablte,) la Importing *n article of gin superior to any other ws hare ever teetsd; aad wo have no hesitation la so recommending it la several cases wbleli bsve coa*e nadsr our charge, rs j ?jnirisK diuretics, wa have prescribed It With tbs best success (Tram the New York Evenlag Mirror.] anoaavx sewsarm In aaethsr column of ta day's Mirror win ha feaad tha eard Sf Udolpho Wolfe, It Reaver street, sett tag forth the virtsss of b*> cslshrslsd "sratnatlc Schiedam swhaswi. " Ws might baattats la endorntaf sll that la claimed la hie card had wa aot tha testimony of several partes* person ally known ta us, who have thoroughly tasted this cor dtel, aad found It, wNtesut aa sxoepttaa, mars than equal ta its advertised virtues Mr. Wolfs la tbe sola dealer la this choice aad riamrkahle invigorator, aad aa oaa. after a iingte WSt of Its merit*, will rsqs ra farther proof in Ms lavor Vs oaa, therefore, temmsad II to aar readers aad the public. It baa the uasiiatakaabla flavor sf tha pura Juniper iutea te> great a the demaad flsr this srttcte, i It at we conldaatlT predKS half a BUItaa profit t > tbs manufacturer la ^e years [VMS tha !*aw York Msdieal Oasatt* aad Journal or I 1 Health.) am iun? ota a* * warormt. Is our last aumhsr w? aceampanied tha psblicatlia 1 a circular on this subject from ' ur fellow ctti/ro, Cdo'puo Wolfe, Esq , With a brief commentary, expreNStr* of .hp own views. Since then we have been employing I n? agent, and thus lar wuh tavorsbli results. But wt are tn ibc receipt of seversl oommunlatlNiiut on the nuhjeei from medical men. whkch serve te sbow .bat Mr. Wo'fw's aromatic Schiedam schnapps is very s*t< naively In una, and in the band* of pbysfcisns la provhtg ;tiell, m a stimulating diuretic, to be eminently successful, sttor other me dictation* witb tbia ileiit have tmn tru1 In vain. In one of tbe cases Ihus reported, abdomt nal dropsy baa thus been cured, aad the aeoeerit*- of tapping averted; and in another, a dkHrB>siog c*ie of gravel, so called, baa t.-en entirely rrru <v?4 by tbe passage of a calculus of considerable viae, which la ascribed to tbe use of only two b<Jttlcs of Uim article. We know not tbe ob)ect or Mr. Wolfe in designation Lis preparation by tbe ricgalar euphoooous name of ** schnapps," nor of hi* denominating it tn bm advrrttss menta the ?'concentrated tiociarn of juniper." iostead of perpetuating its ancient title of Holland gin. It Is true tint be a c mlts it to be nothing elite tbaa tbe latter article in It* pnre atab, undadulterated by noxious druga, and th<cc? be cc-Dtradrntinguisbes it rrom gin of commerce, nearly all of wbicb, as U well known, W mauali tured bere and elaeabcre, from inferior whiskey and refuse drngs. Tbe name he bas given It, however, may aerve tlie purpose ot designating bis articlo aa prepared exclu sively for medical purposes, and tuna commend It to physicians, for wboae convenience it is on sa'e only by reputable druggists and apothecaries. A? respects Its medicinal and curative eflrcts, we understand bun to claim oniy tbat It is a pure and reliable artielo of Hoi l?nd gin, and aa such worthy of the confidence of pbyst clans in thoae dlseasei for which they are wont to pre scribe it, and have hitherto only been restrained by hndiDR It lmpractible to obtain the article in a pure state. Nor should aby prejudice against alcoholic medicine de prive the aillicte d 01 the benettt of tbla article, which from time immemorial baa held its plaoe among tbe re medial at encies of tbe Materia Medica, if it be fonnd worthy of confidence by continued experience. At all eveita. those who persist in the employment and toleration of otb?r u'oonolic medicines, as tinctures, bittera, Ax., and especially thoae wbo prescribe gin under any circum stances, must all unite in giving the preference to a pure article over tbe manllold manifestations ao rife in the market. Mr. Wolfe liberally supplies physicians with a sample bottle for analysis and trial, aa set forth tn hla circular, and stakes tbe reputation of the remedy upon the innocence, salety and efficiency of bis Holland gin, wben used und" medical advice, and pledgee bis own character in biic.uit-4 that tbe article will not disappoint any who use it. [From the Daily Chronicle, Boston.] The government, says the Washington Star, have been apprised of tbe existence tn large quantities, on oar south ern coast, ot a most valuable ar Icle of commerce with China, not before known to be obtained here. We refer to what is known in science as Biclto do mar, cerrapted in tbe languace o< commerce, into Beeche la mer. The Chinese call it Trepaug. Still a greater discovery than this, and one tbat will contribute more largely to tbe health, bapptners and long life ot tbe human family gene, rally, Is the boneiiclal edicts to be derived from the use ot Schiedam schnapps, made some time since by Udolpho Wolfe. Tbe schnapps have been extensively used since their introduction tn tbla country? indeed, alt our first class physicians recommend it to their patients ? and hence have obtained a popularity In the treatment of indi gestlon. dyspepsia, and other distressing oomplamts, that ftw other remedies have ever acquired. Tbe schnapps are on sale at nearly every reapeciable druggists in the country, and wholesale and retail by J. Kussel Spalding, No. 27 Tremont row. armiuAM scnirps. Tbla must be a wonderful medicine, if all that Is said about it is true. Brandreth, Townsend, Swalm, and all the rest, will be compelled to stand aside. Hear what Col. Green, editor of the Boston 1'OKt, says about It: ? We haven't felt to well and happy for a long while as we do about these days, and we attribute our improved health and spirits to tbe moderate use of tbat very agree able and invigorating cordial so highly recommended by Or. Beecher. and sold by that very careful druggist Mr Burnett, Tremont row, called *' Wolti 'a Schiedam aroma tio schnapps. " The diseases for which it la a remedy are uncommonly preva ctt. [From the Dally llcsyune, New Orleats ] ?.ood dulti. 1 Ad Institution founded on an easy conscience, fraah air and Iota of exercise. Vice and Indolence are always dys peptic. Tbe former breaks up its dlgeitlve organ* by too much thought the latter by too much sofa and rocking ibalr. Man's a queer " animal," any way. He knows better, yet doe* worse. Home men will not only drink reep, but drink bad liquors; yM they all do know bad llooora fiom Rood, aa watt aa they know that Schiedam m bnapp? are as superior to ort lnary gia or liquors or any kind as real Catawba la to sour eider. Wolfe's aro malic frilled am mbnappe Is, beyond all controversy, the beat drink daring the spring season ever Invented. [From the (laclaaatl Gazette. | ran Akoiurtc winsn * m mint aim. This article is attracting much notice throughoat lha coiintrj H e have no doubt of It* good qualities, an I aa a guarantee of tbls tact, wt notion our friend A ilium <>*' o. in Manchester Buildings, on I'hlrd street, ban it tor tale, receiving It direct from the propt letor, Mr. Wolfe. W e copy tlie following article from the New York Mi.-ror, ot January J.'i : ? Ti vpsiujk * awd ? lunrw -Wt see Umt some of the 'empersnce papers in tbe West are discussing the merits of IV olfe's Schiedam rchnspps. Among others tbe West ern Temperance Advocate, at Detroit, haa published ex tracts from Mr. Wolfe's rtcest pamphlet, embodying tbe pith of two th lusand letters Irtm pnyriciani of the highrat itauding, sustaining the purity of the article and Ita value aa a dill ualve stimulant in medical practice. .Tbe ccttor frulyand can . idly gia it* tbat the faculty and the priss bear testimony, first to tbe parity of tbe artlr.lo, ?ad secobdly to Its importance aa a medicinal agent. Tbe beneficial rflects of the use of puro gin? and this is all that Mr. Wolfe claims for bla schnapps ? in certain di <?.-???. t* loo well lam to need any remark* A* a tonic ?Bi a stimulant It ban been Mi Mnce tbe ume 'to winch the memory oi man runneth not to the contrary," and if, miring the lait few has not tx-en u much In togoe aa of yore. It la to be attributed to the luppoaed dlfflcolty in procuring a f enuine article, and not from want of faith :? ita virtues. ? Courier and Enquirer. [Krom the fundav Leader ) We have examined tbe pamphlet containing the long ratalogne of M. I) 'a above alludeo to. Tbe namea are genuine, and tbe NM?N ol each Is glvrn. Urn h a mass *r unanimous medical teatlmony has probably never before been oollccted In favor of the efll racy ol any particular ipeelfln. Tba result is that Mr. Wrlfe la overwhelmed with orders from all parte of the world, asd bla "pure gin and Jualper" is selling at a moat fahuloos rate. For all diseases or the kidneys it Is re cxmmended aa the best remedy yet disoorered. [From the New Orleaaa Delta.] A OOOO ARTICLX. Do you ever road the New York Medical < aaette, edited with io much ability by I*. Reesr? If you do not, we do. ? ml wi often llnd our own opinion remarkably coaflrmei with regard to many matter* relatiag to health and n(bor matters, poyatcal and medical There i* a certain beve rage which we have Indulged la more thaa onoe, without the slightest compunction of conscience, aad which, we honestly oonJsee, we ee Joyed lanrely . But after pleasure tfcere always comes along the coast leoce and luocklag at ibe breast, arklng whether ell is i'ght Fortoaately, at tliia point, along cornea tbe Medical 'issette. and tells us la the plainest language, "As re garde Ita medical and curative eflecta, we understand him ( Dr. Wolfe) to claim onl> that It is a pur* asd tellable article of Holland gls, ami as sock worthy of the oooftdeace of physicians in thooe diseases for which they are woat to oreecribe it, ard have hitherto only been reatfatned by tad lag t ta practicable to obtain the article la a pore Mate. Nor slioaM aay prejudice agaiast alcoholic medlctnea deprive the sir oted of the btnefli of this article, which, from time m me mortal. haa held Its place amo*g lha remedial agents of tbo materia medic*, If it be loead worthy of confidence by continued experience At ail evaata, those who par ?<?t la tba employmeat and toleratio* of other alcohobe msdictars ac uncturee, bitter" bo , aad eepecally those who prescribe gla under aay ciroematenc. ?. mast all ualto in giving the prsfsrsaoe to a pure article ovar the manifold adulteration* so iMb la tbe amrket. Mr Wolfe liberal) v suppl es pkv ticians with a sample bottle far aralytl* sad trial, aa set forth ia bla eircaiar, aad siakse the reputation of the remedy upon tbe laaooeaoe, aafety ned efficacy of bla Holland gin, wbea osed under med oai advtee; aad*pledgee his own character ia bueine<? that the artk le will not disappoint aay one who aa** it." (From the FWteburg Evening Chronicle | sonaiMB -< ss ?rrs, (IV Hollaed gla, we understand, in aboot being latroduoed, under tbe direction of vhyswaa*. ae a pare aad uaadnl tr rated ititaulaet. It will be well fbr mankind if tbte ar tte.l* should continue ta bear the severe taeta which Ita rmiaeat author iavttee, ss to Its invtgorsttag qoal.tlea aad Freedom Irom poeonoua mgreo sta. like al edl ore. we are temperaa-te *en. bet, aet eriheleas, can eomotimeo ?ad means to glr* an opiaton of honors, sod we can aay of tb>? article that it haa a dellghtral amell, and a taeta that wen id wake it a moat agreeable medtctae We are indebted to IT Kyser, tbe agent of thin dtty, tor a bottl of I be gie. ? (from tbe Mobile Daily Advertiser | m mar>M smomath' KCOiri-% Tbls M the naaaa of aa article roceatty mtrodoted to the p*bl* by Mr. Idolpbo Wolfb, of New York, whooe ad v?rti*< meat appears ia ihlamorniag a paper. It It mean facturrd at ?rhledam la Mbmd. aad, any* aa enhaage, ia flavored aad mediae** rl, aot by tba isaaoa harab berry, bat the ohotce botanical variety of the aromatic itaiiaa juniper berry, wbsae meat ilnoaa extract la dta tllled aad raatMM with Ma ayliHaal solve* t, aad thus be cease a usausatiatid uactore, of oxquWls flsvor aad arena, altogether traaeoendeot la Ma cordial aad madW Ml pripirttn to aay Holland gia beretofbre known. No other modtalaal beverage, at praeeat ta one la lbs l atted Watee, combines each pee* Oar rtrtaea with so untforw an Ham si ma use Ia gravel, gout, ebroal* rhs*aa?a<a, aad obttmctloaB of tbe ktdaoyo. Udder, aad "rtnary M aa prompt, derided aad mafl eaaMrm organs be sBOet M oo prompt, deoOod sad ed, aetoaood aeMher Bw tsoMmeay tt pallwita aor af phyatetana. In aU aaam Of *o|*W iwdwcyjt * ?eo ?, it la IHad la be e?et^ aw se*a^? ?ncs whoa theoasof other rea^disohaebeea po 7^: The debimy moeed by FroWamod ohroagM ilea rloggiab tempwaMHta. sae eaaaswii vaai orgy by wbadsrer saaaa I vialeii by Ita Jadtdooa ad'y*?,-, W* mosd oordlal yWo | .-f.mrt end atrial ol f H *? *** * y a?*r*ed wit* ' dtaaefea. We Mdi iatsari It ie mr It bf (fed frieolpal gr*|ftita la Ibd V HW [From the Louisville (Ky.) DaHy Courier. AKOM.VIlr M IIIKiaH >' H!liri? We have been favored with a bottle of this deli;ht'<i? medicine, and mutt confess that, to far at the taste is concerned, It la the moat charming article we hare aver used, particularly when mixed with a UUle sugar and water. Being (? pretty good health, we cannot apeak >4 K as medicinal agent; bnt physicians In oar city wfce have I prescribed It. aay that, aa a medicine, it exerts the meet beneficial effects, and many curra hare been effecte 1 1 when all other mediotnee had failed. We subjoin an ar ticle from the October number el the Mew Yerk Medteal Us/.ette, one of the Aral medical journals In the oooatry. [From the Sunday Mercury ] iKiriTiKAT jjutarjoa* or ncncHiOM < jimonn;* Ami bg Ilii' many di hoiiebtlee of trade which tbf moral ot Hie community is called upon to *upi>res?, *? would particularly notice a moBt pernu loua and lntamoui practice adopted by unscrupulous dealers of Hnmi)ati*< and counterfeiting the exterior appearance and preeautioe ary latie.a of popular drugs, medicaments, and otaer arti cies of personal c n*um|>tlon, and thou, by se'ataff upoo ?he well acquired reputation of an enterprising tracer, 1 palming oil most deal r "stive and WJrthleas compounds, tu the hore detriment cot only of the consumer, but to the character of the man who has expended thousands of dol lars' in bringing tti" genulue article lu?o esteem and de narii Tbei-e P'-tty larceny thieves are the pest of all be> Durable dealers au.i traders, and the trade fi a* much highway robbery aa the violent ?!'l roprialion of thur neighbor's parte in fast, they are beneath the busier and blgh waynaSM in dignity? for thee latter teWns exhibit a bravery or recklessness of character in nuwUe dinieguisbing the ? mercantile aaaawtin w bo atabs in the dark. And ought they not to be rewarded with a punishment commensurate with the cowardice or their crime? Wo ware led to these remarks by accidentally observing a gpurtoua connter'ott of Udolpho Wolle's Schielam schnapps. The label* were imitated perfectly, with the slight addition ora few letters U> plead technical avoidance of the law against counter leitiDg; the bottles were very similar, and everything carefully prepared to Impose upon a ca-elen* purchaser. Now, is not Uto man who perpetrated this fraud a futon, a robber? Assuredly he is; for, as Mr. Wolfe has ex pended large sums 10 bring his genuine imported schnapps lito popular demand, that demand may be justly consi dered a part of hi* capital in t> ade, aid a fellow steal lac a part of his reputation ts as much of a thief as if he bad stolen a barrel of bis schnapps in bulk. And to thia crime be adds a further one of defrauding the commuaitp by giving them a ruinous article for the money they la te ndt ii to expend fur a cotrmo'llty in which they bad confidence. And. further, every man who participates inolrectly la the iraud, by selling spurious artlclea, la aa much or an offender an the principal who planned the tea pcBHion. The remedy of Mr. Wolfe should Its in Ma holding all concerned up to the contempt of the oommn ctty thus swindled by their operations and unconsciously Imposed upon by their noxious compositions. We traat Ibat Mr. Wolfe will obtain the names, not only of the ccncortors of these counterfeits but of every mas affsr ii g them for tale, and then publish them to the world; for bis own reputation and the health of the oommaaMy demand that all parties should be nailed to the pillory off popular execration. [rrom the New York Dispatch.] AS limMOCB Bt'Hl.YXMt. When an enterprising man strikes out a new business, to the establishment of which he gives his Industry, Mass, talents and pecuniary means, can anything be more ose temptible than to have another steal in, and, under spa cious pretexts, hold out to the pabllc an inferior arttsis. and endeavor to obtain their patrona (e f Pray, what difference is there, so Tar as the honesty of the thing ts cotcerned, between purloining the business by which a citizen bopee to make bis bread and stealing the brsad itself A common thief, if he takes without leave, how . ever hungry, a loaf of bread from a baker's shop, is ap prehended and condemned to the penitentiary for dartag in a surreptitious manner to appease bis appetite; bnt pa jl respectable looking coat on bis back and a few doilara in his pocket, and he may with impunity, nay, even wttfe the applause of his fellows, by knavery, forgery or otaar infamous means, take the business of aa honest maa froaa him, and go onscathed of Justice. All this is wroag. feme year* since a gentleman of this city (t'aolpho Wolfe) Introduced to the cittxetM of the United Plate* a medicated article of gia, which waa highly approved by profeaaiosml gentlemen as a superior tunic and deobstruent. aad the knowledge of which he, by advertisement and otherwise, dlastmlmated throughout the country. So scon sa trick ster*, who pass in the business community as haaask mm, saw that Mr. Wolfe was llksly to have handsome re turns for the lime and monov wh'3h he had exp^n ted, they set about forging his labels, and palming off spaa the people detcnable and poisonous compounds, wnick they have the ha'dlhood to call "ifchledam schnapps." In eome instance? they have gone so far as to put wotfe'a nsme to tbelr vlllanous liquids. As this horde are grow ing bold In Uselr rascalities, it la tims the public is tow* aad country were put upon tbelr guard. Ooesumsra r toe Id he sure that they purchaae the geaulaa article, er i Its their health may be lrrepirafcly Injured by ntlsg Ma horrible stuff that unscrupulous mm, because they ea 1 bi.-y It cheap, will offer as the genuine article. Par 1 Schiedam scbatpi* can only bs obtained at ths stores ? respectable merchants sad druggists, In tnwa aad eoaa try. and at the establishment of I dolpbo Wolfe, No*. IB 2C aa<l 83 Beaver street. In this city, wbers It Is gottea a exclusively. We think Its duty which Mr. Wolfs owsa I himself and to the community to publish, by naase. Ml t steals who are thus attempting to defraud both htm aa t those who would he hi* customers He should not par mil bis modesty to hold him baok from making aa rlgate ous aa sxpose. [Fr?m lb* Handay Leader. | noun* onnrrsarnrBKa | The knavish tribe# of modern counterfeiter* deserve Ihe f ev?rc*t puabbment, and yet than far they have es caped 1b?lr merited reward Iktda which deeerve tba ?tale prison pasa for m( re buatneee tranaactlon* TM ti ore valuable aa article la, the more certainty It la ooaa terfettsd by pertoaa who are too lazy to work a ad M cowardly u> steal. The act of counterfeiting Gdolpba W olfe'f eicellent aad mMicated gin, for leataaoe, la tb?A and lobbery of the worst ktnd. It i? palm lag o(T upoo tie public aa article In'ertor aad unwholesome fbe Skat which la genuine. While people would treaiy uaa Ik* grnuine eebnappa, they would shudder at the thought of luireducleg Into their families the pota mou* counterfeit. fVnh Mr. Wolle and the public are Impoaod upon aad cbrated by there baae and unprincipled couaterleltera. the tebnappa of Mr. Vdolpho Wolfe are ooualert sited both In city aad country ; hia empty bottles are boogbt ay at a high price, lor the express purprao of niimg tbaoa with tie apurtiiua article, and palmla* It oil aa the gooutaa aromatic ichaappa, told by C'dolpbo Wolf*, 11, 'JO aad 23 Heaver street The public, at l*a?t, abouM be pro tected from the base imposition or which wo have ipoaea. They ihould not be potaot <'d with Impunity. Mr WoilO should devlie a/ me mean* ol protecting the public from tba Impoettlon tbat la aoboilly and shamelessly praotlaad, ?vr? If It ahoold be necessary to publlah U>e names of tba oi:> ndera aad brasd them with tba disgrace which tboy otserro. Semethjug ahould bo does, and tkat quickly. | From the Monday Times. ) w<>tr*'* wniaiMM *raa*rm. Greatness baa ita inflrmltlr* It l? the painful prtvlloga or eirelleoce to be perpetually (objected to Imitatiooo. Everything good la counterfeited, ao<i the more it lo r< unlcrfattrd the more we msy perauade oursslves thai ?t la not raly choice, hot popular, lor few will toko Iko trouble to counterfeit much lui which la tot intrinsically valuable, aad the poor counterfeit dice oot with the poor t rglnal. Thus, penniea are saMsa rounter?elted, eroa by U>e neediest rogue; but of sterling gold the world Is lull or beoe Imitation*. aad probably always will bo. Judged by Cilia rule, Wolfe baa aomo roeeoo to be proad of the dally oowi oil meat* paid to bta PcUtedam acbaappa, for tbo country abound* with oouaterteita of It of every kind, aad scarcely a city can bo fouad tbat baa aot Mi mutation ef Ihta famoua beverage dome of thea are I be boldest aad mogt unscrupulous Ut tbo world, aa4 Wolle, tbo orlgtoal maaufacturor aad Importer or tbo Schiedam schnapps, whooe place of buaineaa la at Noa. IS. 90 aad 23 Beaver street, would bo instifled la li Ma nitlvg alrwho live la this Illicit moaner upoa the cbaraa u r ao boaaetly corned by hi* genuine pioilantlaa. M olfo'a Schiedam schnapps la aot ooe of the commas, worthies* arttcleo or the day. It lo o pure l pa It. <HatUtai In the moet oootly manoer from laalpor aad other ara rraiw- Ing rod Vesta, wMfe a Kagle eye to I bo wodocttoa of a stimulant at oooo whoieeom* aad agreeable It M a ?nureuc or tbo flaest klad As a too to it stands uarV \ ailed ll caa be takea by the weakoat at Mooch with adraotege, aad by the *trong>*t with benefit In abort, II la oae of thoae cordiala tbat no family should ever bo without uader say clrsumstancee [From the Puaday Courier ] fwnmram*. There la nothing ao despicable or ssore deeervtag of revere caademaaitoa U>aa tbo attempt to inter fare, by u ad ne amass. with a bualaaaa eetabHsbed by aorrgy, e* perleace aad aa outlay at capNal. legHlmale oompatl two la tbo life of trade. Rot when a dealer a eubjwt to tbo aoaojanoe of harlag hut labola, ttylo of pad-aga *ad trade mark a ao cloaely imltateil aa to doo?*e the par chaser, tbo fraud ebon Id bo detioaaoed aad ?* paraatra toil exposed. It Is wall kaowa tbat Mr. Tdolpbo wdb a mere beat of (be moat reeaecteble rtaadlag, latrodaood a fbw years ataee. for medieiool sod other poipnaas. a para article of gin, la whMb, by a vary liberal aad ja? csvm *yxtom of adverta ng, bo f?va b wide spread aad wall deeorred reputatioa, oader tbe aaase of Weffc'< "chiedam whaappa His Meessi aataraity exotted opaa pitloa, whxtb be had reason to orpoct, bat MOaextanofva btwioeae bo* boss done. oMoflv with eooatry asrrh*a>i. by imitation* fa *ppaoraoce of Ms article, be (Mi tba be bas tbo right lo oomplaln aad direct pabltc atMaOai to I boss diahooeet sMsaipt* to Interfere wMk bla proAM. (X rsorss, tbe gto sold by tbeoo twtadlere Is of aa Mb rtor qaallty. "Ise they could aot underaoll tbo gsaafca artifis; and ?e odviao those who value their health to avoid Its ore oader aay clrcamataaoss, Mr. WoNs wmM bo i'letiBed In publish tao tbo aamo of every ooe eoaaaat IB tbe (Ola of tha uerafatoao stoff, aad Ibe tba aabaaf rrotsctiog tbe public from a ehaaMfUl impooturo bo MS be prompted to adapt this soeraa. | From the Courier aad btqalrrr.] mramos lananoa or * erratum OMatXAL. Mo article of trade bas obuiaed a wider reyadatlsa, aad met wltb more geasral approval from thoae latsrmt . ed. then Cdolpbc Wott?'? Mktedam acbaappa. Na vary 1 eicoUeace, however, has eeb)aeSfd M to tbat fraodalaab imitauoe through wMcb lafbrlsrltg taranably aaoba ta derive peoaalory gala from ba feao of sayolam. Mr. Wolfe's Mds sad boMMa bavs booa tmNalod wfk grsel aklll, sad evea Mi aamo also Mas baaa pMas? m tbo tame aad a tportoas, lafciisi sad IMiMHsai orWe tbas palmed sa tbo oommaaMy. ramtaSMS win ?M| to rioaHsot. Uioieisra, Ibal paro M?a? a *si? ? ?a ealy bo obtaMsd M tbe atsrss s I rssyaMMs iMMfemaS* 'wixirszSsttxzi ia tbtssby.