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©(OJAL OLYMiPIC THEATRE.— 3A) .Lessee and manager, Mr. Aivfbbd WieAN. Last Week but" One of the Season.
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^ THE LEADER . [ No . 336 , Saturday ,
©(Ojal Olymipic Theatre.— 3a) .Lessee And Manager, Mr. Aivfbbd Wiean. Last Week But" One Of The Season.
©( OJAL OLYMiPIC THEATRE . — 3 A ) . Lessee and manager , Mr . Aivfbbd WieAN . , TAit Wa « 1 c huf One of the Season . . ..
tVTnnriav and durins the week , will be performed tne Pettte C & nedyofTHE ¦ GMBfifflT-H-TBD ¦ MONSTER . : in which Messra / F- Jftobson , © .. Murray , G . Vming , vDanvers : Mtes -Castleton , Miss Marston , and Miss F . Ternan will aP A ^ £ r xdi icb , the New Ristori-oal , Mythological , Poly-
tSr KAHN'S ANATOMICAL MUSEUM , XJ 4 , Coventry-street , Leicester-square . Open ( for gentlemen only ) from Ten till Ten , containing upwards of one ttTousand models and preparations , illustrating every part Of the human frame in Tiealth and disease , the race of men Ac . Lectures delivered at Twelve , Two , and at Halfpast Seven , by Dr . G- Sexton , F . R . G . S . ; and a new and hi « Wy » mteresting Series of Lectures is now in course of delivery by Dr . fiahn , at Four y . wl . precisely . —Admis-Bionls .
S CHWEPPE'S MALTERN SELTZER WATER . Having leased the * Holy Well Spring at BSaSESA & SWSM ^^^ bSSE ^^ t ^ SSa ^ r &? SS £ fETe ^ NESIA , and POTASS WATERS and LEMONADE , at X ONDON / LiVERPOOL , BRISTOL , and DERBY , . " Every bottle is protected by a Red Label bearing their signature .
NATURE'S TRUE TtEMEDY . -p . R . TOWNSEND'S SARSAPARILLA . \ -J There-are three principal avenues by which Nature expels from the body what is necessary should be expelled therefrom . These three are the Stool , the Urine , and the Vnrpi These 'MUST be kept in a healthy condition , or tae is certain THIS il A FIXED AND POSITIVE IjAW ; -and no human being can safely disregard it . Now , when the system is diseased it la the first grand -object to set all these functions at work , both to expel Disease , ¦ aad to restore the Health . TThe bowels must be opened , cleansed , soothed , and strengthened ; the urine must be made to flow healthfully ^ and naturallyr and to throw off the impurities of the blood ; . the liver and stomachjaiust be regulated ; and above all the : PORES ,-mustbeopened , 4 indthe skin made healthy . These things done , andfcature'will go . to her work ; and ruddy health wiJl sit -mng ^ n ^ he ek ; and ^ ^ ^ We will suppose the case of a person afflicted with a bilious . Complaint . 'His head aches , his appetite is poor , his bones and back ache , lie is weak and nervous , his complexion is yellow , the skin dry , aud his tongue furred . He goes to a . doctor for relief , and is given adose of medicine to purge him freely , And he -. gets some temporary relief . * ' . BUT HE IS iNOT CURED ! iln a few . "days the same symptoms return , and the same old purge-is administered ; arid so on , until the poor man becomes a martyr to heavy , drastic purgatives . Now , what ' TRUE PRACTICE in such a case ?; What the practice that Nature herself points OUt P Wh y , TO SKI . IN SEiXTET OPERATION ALL THE rlEBiKB TBHA-T ^ NATTTBE POSSEB 8 ES TO THROW OUT OP THE ffXBTEMTHB causes of disease . ' The bowels must of course be evacuated , but the work i s but beoun at this stage of IHD business . ' The kidneys . must be prompted'to- do their : work , Tor they , have a most important work to do ; the ; Stomach must be cleansed ; and , above all , the pores must 'be relieved and enabled to throw off the secretions which ought to pass off through them . We repeat that by THE BOWELS—THE URINE -THE PORES , the disease must be expelled from the system , and not by the bowels alone , as is the usual practice . And . to effect all this , resort must be had to a remedy that Is congenial to the human systom—a remedy that strengthens while it subdues disease . Such is the remedy found in OLD DR . JACOB TOWNSEND'S AMERICAN SARSAPARILLA AND PILLS . —Wabhhottse , 373 , Strand , London . Half-pints , 2 s . 6 d .: Pints , 4 s , ; Small Quarts , 4 s . 6 d . ; Quarts , 7 a . 6 d .
A NEW AND IMPORTANT D I SCOVERY IN THE SCIENCE OF MEDICINE . vPafcont Office -Seal of Great Britain . IMpWktn © de L'Eoolo dePharmaoio do Paris . t Imperial' College < rt Medicine , Vienna . TBIE & BMAB , , Noe . l ^ a .-and 3 . iB prepared in the form of a loaengo , devoid of . taste or . smell , and can bo carried in tho waistooatreobket . Sold in tin oas « s , divided Into separate doses , asiadnunifitered by * Valpoau , LaUemand , Roux , Rioord , nr > R ° i'BSEMAR , No . il ., is « . i Remedy for Relaxcl ftbten « Spermatorrhoea , "anfd -all tho distressing consequences arising fromoarly abuse , itidiacriminato excesses , or too lonKTesMienoo In hot climates . It has restored bodily and sexual .-strength and vigour to thousands of debilitated Individuals , who are jictw enjoying health and the Functions of Manhood ; and whatever may bo tho CAUSE of DISQUALIFICATIONS for MARRIAGE , thoy arc eefec-XXTAi-tiY subdued by this'Wondorful Discovery ! TlilESEMAR No . II ., effectually , in tho short spaco of three days , completely and entirely eradicates all traces or Gonorrhooa , both in its mild aiid . aggravated forms , Gloots , Striotures . Irritation of tho Bladder , Non-retention of Urino , Pains of tho Loins and Kidnoys , and those disorders whoro Copaiviand Oubobs have so long boon thought an antidoto for , to tho ruin of tho health of a vast portion of tho population . TRIES 13 MAU , No , 111 .. is tho great Continental Romody for Syphilis and Secondary Symptoms . It soarehou out and purifies the diseased humours from tho blood , and cluansos the syulom from all deteriorating ; oauscs ; it al . so oonutitutos a curlain Curo for Bcurvy , Scrofula , and all OutanooiiH lOruptions , and is a nover-faulnK Romodv for that oIuhh of disorders which unfortuiuitejly tho English l'liyHician treats with Mercury , to tho inevitable destruction of tho patient's constitution , and which ull tho Swauparilla in tho world citnnot restore . Price 11 b ., or four caaon in ono for a . 'Js ., which saves 11 s . ; and in 51 . oases , Having \ l . Via . To be lia < l wholesale and retail in London , of JohiiHon , « 8 , Cornliill ; llannny and Co ., « , » , Oxford-street i BanKor , 150 . Oxlord-Htreot ; R . II . iHKham . druRKlBt , m , MarkotV-slrcot , MunoliosUir ; II . Bradbury , booksollor , Deansgate . liolton ; . 1 . Prioslly . oh « - inist , 6 a , Lord-Hjroot , Liverpool ; l ' ow « U , bookKollor . lri , W « JHtnjoroland-streot , Dublin } WliinaW bookwoUor , High-street , Birmingham .
BEDSTEADS , -BEDDING , and FURNITURE . —WILLIAM S . BURTON'SStock on show of Iron and Brass Bedsteads and Children's Cots , stands unrivalled either for extent , beauty Of design , or moderateness of prices . He also supplies Bedding and Bed-hangings of guaranteed quality and workmanship . Common Iron Bedsteads , from 16 s . ; Portable Folding Bedsteads , from 12 s . 6 d . ; Patent Iron Bedsteads , fitted with dovetail joints and patent sacking , from 1 . 7 s . ; and Cots , from 20 s . each . Handsome ornamental Iron ana . Brass Bedsteads , in- ^ reat variety , from SI . 7 s . 6 d . to 15 ? . 16 s . A Half-Tester Patent Iron Bedstead , three feet wide , with Bedding , & c , complete : Bedstead * 1 £ ° Chintz furniture •;"" - ;; V } i n Palliasse , wool mattress , bolster , and pillow ... 1 13 0 A pair of cotton sheets , three blankets , and a coloured counterpane 1 » 0 dS 4 , 19 6 A double bedstead , same ..... ^ 6 15 9 If without Half-Tester and Furniture : ¦ Singlebed , complete £ 3 13 D Double bed , complete . 5 5 9 BATHS AND TOILETTE WARE . — WILLIAM S . BURTON has ONE LARGE SHOWROOM devoted exclusively to the DISPLAY of BATHS and TOILETTE WARE . The stock of each is at once the largest , newest , and most varied ever submitted to the public and marked at prices proportionate with those that have tended to make this establishmenfrthe most distinguishedm this country . Portable Showers , 7 s- 6 d . ; Pillar Showers , Si . to 51 . ; Nursery , 15 s . to 32 s . ; Sponging , 14 s . to 32 s . ; Hip , 14 s . to 31 s . 6 d . A large assortment of Gas Furnace , Hot ana Cold Plunge , Vapour , and Camp Shower Baths . Toilette Ware in great variety , from 16 s . 0 d . to 45 s . the set of three . The late additions to these extensive premises ( already by far the largest in Europe ) are of such a character that the entire of TEIGHT HOUSES is devoted to the display of the most magnificent stock of GENERAL HOUSE IRONMONGERY ( including Cutlery , Nickel Silver , Plated Goods , Baths , Brushes , Turnery ,. Lamps , Gaseliers , Iron and Brass Bedsteads , Bedding , and Bed-hangings ) , so arranged in Sixteen Large Show Rooms as to afford to parties furnishing facilities in the selection of goods that cannot be hoped for-elsewhere . Illustrated Catalogues sent ( per post ) free . 39 , OXFORD-STREET ; 1 , 1 A , 2 , and 3 , NEWSIANSTREET ; 4 , 5 , and « , PERRY'S-PLACE . 'Established 1820 .
BUY of the MAKERS . —BRUSHES , COMBS , and BROOMS of every description , whether for the dressing-table , household , or stable use , thirty per cent , lower than any other house in the trade , at the Manufacturers J . and J . WITHERS , 3 G , Tottenham-court-road ( opposite Bedford-street , Bedford-square ) . —Warranted tooth irushes , Sd . ; superior ditto , 4 d . ; the best that can be made , 6 d * each . —N . B . The lowest price asked , and no-abatement .
THE LARGEST STOCK of BRUSHES and COMBS in LONDON . —J . and J . WITHERS , 30 , TOTTENHAM-COURT-ROAD .
-FURNISH YOUR HOUSE WITH THE BEST ARTICLES AT DEANE'S IRONMONGERY 'AND PTJRNISHING'WAREHOUSES . A Priced Furnishing IAst sent Post Free . DEANE DRAY , fc CO ., LONDON-BRIDGE . Established a . d . 1700 .
A NOTHER CURE of 15 Years' Asthma by XJl DR . LOCOOK'S PULMONIO WAFERS . " Garden-placo , Ohcetham Hill . Gontlemen , —For the last fifteen years < my wife has been afflicted with severe asthma , aud during that time has never been able to obtain more than temporary and partial relief . Since she has taken two boxes of the Wafers , hor cough has quite loft hor , and her breathing is now as free as she could wish . In fact , such is . the inestimable benefit she has derived from them , that eno is anxious to make her testimonial as public as possible , in order that others similarly afllictod may participate in tho comfort and the relief She now enjoys . J . Heywood . Thoy have a most ploasant tasto . Price ls . ljd .,. 2 b . ad ., and 11 s . per box . Sold by all chomists .
SISAL CIGARS , SISAL CIGARS , at GOODRIOH'S Cigar , Tobacco , and-Snuff Storos ( established 1780 ) , 407 , Oxford-stroot , London , Hoar Soho-square . —Box , containing 14 lino Sisal Cigars , for Is . « d . ; post froo , six stamps extra : H > . boxes , containing 100 . 12 s . < 5 d . None are genutuo unless Bigned "II . N . Goodrich . " A largo stock of tho most approved Brands .
H OLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND TILLS HAVE AGAIN CURMD AN ULOJ-JRATIOD LEG . — Charles Mai-tin , of Winchester , was for Hixtoon years afflicted with an ulccratod leg . Thoro woro thirtoon wounds in it of an alarming character , and ho tried ( ivory remedy that professional skill could devise , which , however , only inado him worso , and . witli disoaso and BulioriiiK became a nioro skeleton . About ten mouths ago ho commoncod using 1 IO 1-loway ' s Ointment and > I'UIh , and thoso wonderful rninodicu , in twolvo wceka , left him without a wound or blemish , onjoying sound and robust health . Sold by all Modicino Vondors throuKhonl , the world ; at Professor HOLLOWAY'H KstablishmontH , att , Strand , Tiondon , itiid HO , Mui ( l <; n-laiio . Now York . by A . Ktampa , Uonstantinoplo ; A . Guidioy , nmyrna ; and 1 'f . Muir , Miilta .
HAIR DYF ; . —Why Wnsto your Money by payiiiK «>• ¦* . <> , whon you can mako it yourself for throo halfponco . Tho Advertiser in iiosHMHHcd of a receipt , which who IkjihcH' has uko < 1 for tho last llftcou yoai'H , witli thuKi'ontost hiuh ' . cmm , and will forward it to any party , on rocoipt of thirty po . sUiK " stamps . For throoponco you tian mako oiioukIi to last nix months . Addro » u , Mrs . RODl-lN , 22 , Hallsbury-stroot , ( Strand ,
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NOTICE to SHIPPERS for the CAPE of GOOD HOPE and INDIA . All goods intended ft-m tlio Steam-ship TYNEMOUTH must Tie alongside > ami cleared not later than 4 o ' clock this afternoon ; and all specie must be on board by 11 a . m . on Monday ,-as "tho shin sails on the . noon of that day . —3 WVS . 'Lindsay ^ and Co 8 Austin-friars . , " ' '
STE AM to the CAPE of GOOD HOPE and INDIA . —The undermentioned new auxiliary STR A iw SHIPS will sail , with her Majesty ' s Mails , for the CAPPnf GOOD HOPK , Mauritius , Point de Galle , Madras . andCal cutta , on the 1 st oT each month'from London and on -ntZ morning of the 6 th from Dartmouth : — * on tlle Ships . Tons Teg . Commander . To sail . Tynemouth .... 1364 J . Scealos . September 1 Robert Lowe .. 1300 W . Congalton . October 1 ' Scotland 1150 J . D . Wilson . November ! Ireland 1150 W . C . Perry . December l . " Othersimilar vessels will follow : Each-shipis fittedwiSh a bullion safe , has superior poop and lower deck cabin accommodation for a limited number of first-class passengers , aud carries an experienced surgeon . For passage and freight on small parcels , apply to ^ Grindlay and Co ., 63 , Cornhill , and ' 9 St . Martin ' s-place , Charing-cross ; for freight on , goods and bullion-to T . H . Williams , St . Ann ' s-street , Manchesterand to w . S . Lindsay and Co ., 8 , Austin-friars . '
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BANKING COMPANY . Incorporated by Royal Charter , 1847 . The Court of Directors GRANT LETTERS of CREDIT and BILLS upon the Company ' s Bank , Adelaide , at par . Approved drifts negotiated and sent for collection . Business with all the Australian Colonies conducted through the Bank ' s Agents . Apply at the Company's Offices , 54 , Old Broad-street , London . WILLIAM PURDY , Manager . London , August , 1856 .
DEA FNESS . —Prize Medals 1851 , First class 1855 . —The newly invented ACOUSTIC INSTRUMENTS , to suit every degree of deafness , however extreme , can only bo obtained of F . C . REIN , sole inventor and maker , at his Paradise for the Deaf , 108 , Strand , London . Also Rein ' s celebrated Cork Respirators .
THE DESIDERATUM . —It is a singular but notorious fact , that in this age of competition a gentlemanly Dress Coat cannot be obtained without paying an exorbitant price . The advertisers , bona fido West-end Tailors of extensive practice , intend honestly to furnish that desideratum , viz ., a DRESS or FROCK COAT , possessing that fine silky appearanee , durability , and superior style so peculiar to the high-priced garment worn by the British aristocracy , at the very moderate charge of 2 i guineas , cash . Cash payments and a large trade solely enabling them to H . HAYES and Co ., 149 , Cheapside .
T 3 UPTURES . EFFECTUALLY CURED JLV WITHOUT A TRUSS . —DR . BARKER ' S celebrated REMEDY is protected by three patents , of England , France , and Vienna ; and from its great success in private practice is now made kqown as a public duty through the medium of the press . In every case of single or double rupture , in either sex , of any age , however bad or long standing . it is equally applicable , effecting a cure in a few days without inconvenience , and will bo hailed as a boon by all who have been tortured with trusses . Sent post free to any part of tho world , with instructions for use , on receipt of 10 s . Cd . by post-office order , or stamps , by OHAKLES BARKER , M . D ., 10 , Brook-street , Holborn , London . —Any infringement of this triple patent will bo proceeded nsainst and restrained by injunction of the Lord High Chancellor .
A CLEAR COMPLEXION ! ^ ODPREY'S EXTRACT OF ELDER VJT FLOWER is strongly rccommondod for Softening , Improviug , Beautifying , and Preserving tho Skin , and giving it a blooming and charming appoaranco . It will complotoly remove Tan , Sunburn , Redness , & c , and liy its Balsamic and Healing qualities render tho skin soft , pliable , and freo from drynoss , & c , clear it from every humour , pimplo . or eruption , aud by continuing its use only a abort time , tho skin will become aud continuo soft and smooth , and tho complexion perfectly cloar and beautiful . In tlio process of shaving it is invaluable , as it allays tho irritation and smarting pain , annihilates every pimplo and all roughness , and renders tho skin smooth and firm . Sold in Bottles , prico 2 s . Od ,, by all Medicine Vendors and Porfutnors .
BLAIR'S GOUT and RHEUMATIC PILLS . This preparation is ono of tho boiiollts whicli Hi " Hcioaco of modern chemistry has conferred upon inunkiuii , tor , duriiiff tho Urst twenty yearH of tho present c (! iitury , i'i speak of a euro for tho Gout was eoiisider <; d iironianco-i ) i >' now tho ollicacy and safety of this medicine in so hilly iiufnonstratodbyunsolieitedlosUrnonials from persons in oye > i rank of life , that public opinion proclaims this as one oi me moat important discoveries of tho present af ?< - ' - Sold by PROUT and HARSANT , 21 ' J , Strnml , London , and all Alodiclne Vendors . Prico Is . lid . and 2 s . 9 d . per box .
•¦ TMiAML'TON'S PILL OF HKALTII . —Tl '" JJ manirold advanta ^ cis to l , ho Iioad s of families irom in < rioHHOHsiou of a incdlciiio of known olllcaoy , that may »» r sorted to with coulliUnico , and usod with siicci' ^ s m v . iw- » of temporary sickness , occurriiiK in fainllics moiy of « ¦ ' ¦ every "ay , are ho obvious to all , that no qiioul i"i > «''" he raised of its iniportiiuco to every housekeeper nil " IciiiKdoin . .. For IVmules , tlieso l'ill . s are truly oxcellont , remo \ mi , ' ? •>* olwtruetioiiH , th « distrossliiK headache ho vor . v l »' rW , ';! M with the mix , doproHHiou of spirits , dulnossol Ml ^ ' l '"" ' i ullectioiis , hlotohes , piniple . s , and sallowne . fH «> f t li < : , sU in , «" pioduco a healthy ( Mnnplexiou . Sold l ) . y 1 'ItOUT and MAltSANT , 2 : 50 , Strand , J . ondoU ami all Mudiclno Vondors . 1 ' rioo is . lAd . and ' Jtti . 0 d . per box .
Leader (1850-1860), Aug. 30, 1856, page 22, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse2.kdl.kcl.ac.uk/periodicals/l/issues/cld_30081856/page/22/