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CON L'AINING

QUININE AND OTHER CINCHONA ALKALOIDS

EMBRACED IN THE LIST OF

McKESSON & ROBBINS' GELATINE-COATED PILLS.

............1 gr.)

.........................2 grs.

Ferrl

McK. & R. QUININE BISULPHATE, 1-10, 1-4, 1-2, 1, 1 1-2, 2, 3, 4 and 5 grs. The solub lity of this salt (about one in ton parts of water) suggests the advisability of prescribing it in preference to the sulphate; the solubility of the latter is about one in 500. The coating of our pills thoroughly protects the ma-s from external intluence, and keeps it in a condition most favorable for the action of the alimentary fluids. Our capsuled pills represent the most reliable form of administering this valuable remedy. McK. & R. ANTI-MALARIAL.

| McK. & R. QUISINE SULPHATE 1-10, 1-4, 1-2, 1, Quinia Sulphas...

11.2, 2, 3; 4 and 5 grs. Cinchonidiæ Sulphas.

....1 gr. McK. & R. QUININE and ALOES.............. gr. Acid Arseniosun.....

..1.40 gr.

Quinia Suphas................ ...3.4 gr.
Acid Carbolicum.....

......1-8 gr.
l'uly. Aloes Soc......

...1-4 gr.) Menth. Camphor.............

.......1-8 gr. ! McK. & R. QUININE and ARSENIC. Puls. Capsici...

.....1-4 gr

Quinie. ulphas. McK. & R. CINCITONA BARK ALKALOJDS.

> Acid Arseniosum.....

1-30 yr. The tonic effects of these pills are strongly marked. McK. & R. QUININE and CAPSICUM, No. 1. (Quniæ Sulph., Quinidiæ Sulph., au....1-2 gr.)

Qui iæ Sulphas.......

.....1 gr.) Cinchoniæ Sulph.......................1-2 gr.

l'uly. Canici.........

......1.4 gr.) (Cinchonidiæ Sulph....

....1-2 r.) Mek. & R. QUININE an I CAPSICUM, No. 2. Mek. & R. CINCHONIDA SALICYLATE..2 1-2 is.

i Quiniæ Sulphas..... McK. & R. CINCHONIDIA & CAPSICUM.

Puls Capsici........

...........1-2 gr. Cinchonid. Sulph..........

McK. & R. QUININE and IRON BY HYDROGEN. Pulv. Capsici......

.....1-2 gr.

Quinie Sulphas...........................1gr./ Mck&R. IODOFORM, TIKROS and QUININE, No. i.

Ferrum Redactum..

.....1 gr. (Iodoform.........

...1 gr.) McK. & R. QUININE and IRON,CARBONATE. Ferri Proto. Carb....

.......2 grs.

| Quinia Sulphas....

ab..........................I gr. Quinia Sulph........

.....11-2 grs.)

I Ferri Subcarb...........................2 grs. MoK. R. IODOFORM, IRON and QUININE, No. 2. McK. & R. QUININE and IRON JODIDE. (Iodoform......

........1-2 gr.)

Quinia Sulphas........................1-2 gr. Ferri Proto. Carl)..

......1 gr.

Ferri Iodidum............................ pr.) (Quinia Sulph....

.... 1-4 r.) McK. & R. QUININE and STRYCHNINE. • McK. & R. IRON & CINCHOSIDIA CITRATE, O

I Quinia Sulphas..........................1 gr. and 3 grs

Strychn&.............................1-60 gr. McK. & R. IRON & QUININE CITRATE, 1,2 & 3 grs. Mcki&R. QUININE, ARSENIC and NUX VOMICA, McK. & R. IRON and QUININE, CITRATE and

(Quinia Sulphas....

....I gr.) STRYCININE.

Acid Arseniosum....

..........1-60 gr. Ferri et Quiniæ Cit.....

....2 grs. s
Ext. Nucis l'omica....

......1-4 gr.) Strychnia .......

.....) 60 gr McK. & R. QUININE COMPOUND No. 1 MCK. & R. IRON, QUININE and STRYCHNINE.

1 Quinia Sulphas, Ferrum Redactum, aa, i gr. | Ferrum Redactum, Quinia Sulphas, aa..lgr.!

Acid Arseniosum.....................1.2 gr. Strychnia......

.......1 60 gr. McK. & R. QUININE COMPOUND, No. 2. McK. & R. NEURALGIA (Dr. Gross').

\ Quinise Sulphas, Ferrum Redactum, aa, 1 gr. [ Quinia Sulphas....

......2 grs.)
Acid Arseniosum...

......1-60 gr. 1 Morphia Sulphas....

..1-20 gr. McK. & RQUISINE (OPOUND and EXTRACT Strychuil............

.....1-30 gr.

DANDELION.
Acid Arseniosum.......... .......1-2.1 gr.

( Quinia Bi-Sulph., Exi. Taraxaci, aa, 11.4 gr.) Ext. Aconiti.....

........1-2 gr.

Ferri Sulph., Exsic......... .......2 grs. McK. & R. NEURALGIA (Dr. Gross') as above,

(Acid Arseniosum......................1-24 gr.) without Morphine.

Mek. & R.QCINISE COMPOUND & STRYCHNINE. McK. & R. PITOSPHATE, IRON, QUININE and I Quiniæ Sulphas, Ferrum Redactum, aa. I gr./ STRYCHNINE.

Strychnia, Acid Arseniosum, aa .....1 20 gr. (Ferri Phosphas......

....2 gis. Mok.& R. QUININE, IROX and XIX VOMICA. Quinjie Phosphas. ...

.........1gr.

Quipiæ Sulphas.......................... gr.) (Strychnia Phosphas..................1 60 gr.)

Ferri Carl. (Vallet's)......... .......2 grs. McK. & R. PHOSPHORUS and QUINISE.

(Ext. Nucis Vomice.......

......1-4 gr.) Phosphorus.........

....1.50 gr. McK. & R. QUISINE, PHOSPITORCS and NOX Quinia Sulphas...

VOMICA So. 1. AcK. & R. PHOSPHORUS, IRON and QUININE.

(Quioia Sulphas .....

.........1 gr.) ( Phosphorus....

... 1.100 gr.
Phosphorus ....

.......60 gr. Ferri Carb, (Vallet's), Quinia Sulph., aa.1 gr.

(Ext. Nucis Vomicæ....

....... 1.40 gr.) McK. & R. PHOSPHORU'S, I RON, QUININE and McK. & R. QUININE, L'HOSPHORUS and NUX NUX VOMICA

VOMICA, NO. 2.
Phosphorus...... ............ 100 gr.)

(Quinie Sulphas.
Ferri Carh. (Vallet':)...

...... gr.
Phosphorus........

........160 gr. Quiniæ Sulphas......

......
1 1
Ext. Surin Tomire......

il ..................... . . Ext. Nucis Vomica...

.......1-2 gi'. MkQRQUISINE, OUA SIA and XXVONICI Mok. & R. PHOSPHORUS, QU'ININE, TRON and

(Quinia Sulphas .......

..........1 r. S. RYCHNINE.

Ext. Quassia........ (Phosphorus..........................1.100 .)

(Ext. Nucis Vomica...

1-4 gr. Quinize Sulphas, Ferr. Redact., aa...... Igr. McK. & R. TOVIC (Dr. Jiken's). (Strychnia..i..

........ 1.60 gr.
Quiniæ Sulphas. .....

...... gr. Mch. & R. OUINE BROMIDE.......1, 2 and 3 yrs.

Acid Arseniosum....

....1-50 gr. McK. & R. QUININE MURIATE......1,2 and 3 gris.

Ferrum Redactum..

......2-3 gr. McK. & R. QUININE VALERIA ATE... .....1.2 gr. | Strychnia.....

...1-50 gr.)

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Prescribed with confidence by the Profession wherever they have been introduced. PLEASE SPECIFY McK. & R. ON YOUR PRESCRIPTI

INDEX ON ADVERTISEMENT PAGE 33.

TO PHYSICIANS.

Formula.-IODIA is a combination of Active Principles obtained from the green roots of Stillin-
gia, Helonias, Saxifraga, Menispermum, and Aromatics. Each fluid drachm also contains five grains
IOD. POTAS. and three grains PHOS. IRON.

hms (more or less as indicated) three times a day before meals.
IODIA is the Ideal Alterative. It has beenLARGELY PRESCRIBED in syphilitic, scrofulous,
cutaneous, and female diseases, and has an established reputation as being the best alterative ever
introduced to the Profession.

W. H. BYFORD, A. M., M. D., Chicago, ni.

| J.A. LARRABEE, M, D., Louisville, Ky.
President and Prof. Obstetrics, Woman's Hos-

Prof. Materia Medica and Therapeutics, and
pital Medical College; Prof. Gynæcology, Rush Clinical Lecturer on Diseases of children, Hos-
Med. College.

pital College of Medicine.
CARL SEILER, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.

M. F. COOMES, M, D., Louisville, Ky.
Late Director of the Microscopical and Biologi Prof. Physiology and Ophthalmology, Kentucky
cal Section of the Academy of Natural Science, School of Medicine.
of Philadelphia. Lecturer on Diseases of D. OVERLY CHRIST, M. D., Indianapolis, Ind.
the Throat, University of Pennsylvania.

Prof. Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Central
RICHARD MCSHERRY, M. D., Baltimore, Md.

College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Prof. of Principles and Practice of Medicine, | N. W. WEBBER, M. D., Detroit, Mich.
University of Maryland Medical Department.

Prof. Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women

and Clinical Gynæcology, Detroit Medical Col-
O. F. BEVAN, M. D., Baltimore, Md.

lege.
Prof. of Anatomy, Genito-Urinary, and Ortho-

J. A. MCCORKLE, M. D., Brooklyn, N. Y.
pedic Surgery, Col. Physicians and Surgeons.

Prof. Materia Medica and Therapeutics, and
R. M. KING, A. M., M. D., St. Louis, Mo.

Clinical Medicine, Long Island College Hospital.
Prof. Physiology and Clinical Medicine, St. J. M. BIGELOW, M. D., Albany, N. Y.
Louis College Physicians and Surgeons.

Prof. Materia Medica and Therapoutics, Albany
A.S. BARNES, M. D., St. Louis, Mo.

Medical College.
Prof. Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, St. J. L. WHITE, M. D., Bloomington, Ill.
Louis College Physicians and Surgeons.

Ex-President Illinois State Medical Society.
C. D. PALMER, M. D., Cincinnati, O.

J. T. LAREW, M. D.
Prof. Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women P rof. Minor Surgery, St. Louis College of Physi-
and Clinical Gynæcology, Medical Coll. of Ohio. 1 cians and Surgeons.

BATTLE & CO., Chemists, ST. LOUIS.
EXHILARATING ! NOURISHING! VITALIZING !

COCALAC
Cocalac is a combination of Coca and the Cereal Lacto-Phosphoids.
DOSE.—One tablespoonful three times a day, or oftener, as indicated.

A STIMULATION WITHOUT REACTION. EN

Physicians who use the genuine Coca in the form of Cocalac, are agreeably surprised to find that it is
quite a different thing from the ordinary commercial Coca, which has generally lost its volative properties,
and is, besides, usually adulterated, and, hence, is almost worthless.

COCALAC improves the appetite, exhilarates the spirits, and gives tone and vigor to the entire syg.
tem. Every physician who has used it testifies that it is a pleasant tonic and stimulant, removing fatigue
and languor. Its effects on the brain is to stimulate that organ to greater activity and to relieve the mind
of the depression incident to worry and anxiety.

Physicians and literary workers can exert themselves beyond the natural enduring power by using
COOALAC. The activity of the mind, when under its influence, is greatly increased without the reaction
following the use of alcoholic stimulants

COCALAC is a scientific blending of the genuine Coca with the Lacto-Phosphoidal principle of wheat
and oats; it is VERY NUTRITIOU8, being capable of sustaining life without any other food or drink-it
is also the best form for the convalescing, dyspeptic, or nervous patient, as it is delicious to the taste and
ACCEPTABLE to the stomach.

BATTLE & CO.,

CHEMISTS, St. Louis.

MALLINCKRODT CHEMICAL WORKS,

ST. LOUIS, MO.,

MANUFACTURE A FULL LINE OF

PURE MEDICINAL CHEMICALS.

-AMONG THEM: Carbolic Acid Crystals, unsurpassed for purity and remaining white. Chloroform, absolutely pure, prepared for inhalation. Largely used in the U. S.

Army, and by leading surgeons throughout the country. Sub Nitrate Bismuth, free from Arsenic, Antimony and Lead and Acid taste or smell

so objectionable in some makes. Absolutely pure, very white, bulky and superior. lodide Potassium, of exceptional purity, free from Carbonate, and Sulphate

Potassium. SptsNitrous Ether, strictly U. S. P., in amber glass bottles. See our circular on

3f and 4f frauds. Chloral Hydrate, crystals and crusts, pure and neutral, equal to any foreign brand. Blue Mass, Calomel, Sulphuric Ether, Bromide Potassium, Salts of Ammonium, Potassium, Sodium and Iron, Iodine, Resublimed Nitrate Silver, Salicylic Acid

Salicine, Santonine, Rochelle Salts, Etc. Careful physicians and dispensers are requested to convince themselves of the exceptional purity of our goods by a careful trial and examination.

Specify MALLINCKRODT'S when prescribing or ordering and do not permit other brands to be substituted.

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