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FOR THE CURE OF NERVOUS HEADACHES
(W. R. WARNER & CO.)
(W. R. WARNER & CO.)
R Caffein 1 grain, Brom. Soda 30 grains in each B Caffein 1 grain, Bromide Potash 20 grains in heaping teaspoonful.
each heaping teaspoonful. Nervous Headache, Sleeplessness, Excessive Study, Nervous Headache, Sleeplessness, Excessive Study, Migraine, Nervous Debility, Mania, as a
Migraine. Nervous Debility, Mania, as a remedy in Seasickness and Debility.
remedy in Seasickness and Epilepsy. Dose and Composition:-A heaping teaspoonful, containing AT Physicians desiring the Potash Salt can obtain the same by Brom. Soda 30 grs., and Caffein I gr., in half a glass of water, to ordering or prescribing Bromo-Potash (Warner & Co.), the combe repeated once after an interval of thirty minutes if necessary. position of which is: Brom. Potash 20 grs., Caffein i gr.
W. R. WARNER & CO.'S
HYPODERMIC MEDICATION .
In compliance with repeated requests from the medical profession to manufacture quickly soluble alkaloids for subcutaneous medication, we respectfully call attention to our SOLUBLE TABLETS.
We desire to emphasize the statement, that in undertaking the manufacture of these delicate agents, we have devoted much time and labor in bringing them to a state of perfection. We have been assisted in this effort by the co-operation of many medical friends.
We claim (and a candid comparison will convince any physician) for our soluble tablets the following points of superiority, viz. :
1. They are guickly and entirely soluble in about 10 SECONDS.
FORMULÆ AND PRICE-LIST OF
NOTE.-Our Tablets are put up in vials, each vial containing twenty. When ordering please specify Wm. R. WARNER & CO.'s HYPODERMIC TABLETS. PRICE PER BOX, 12 TUBES, ASSORTED, OR 24 TABLETS, 20 IN EACH, $2.38. Per Tube. Per doz. Tubes.
Per Tube. Per doz. Tubos. Pilocarpine Hydrochlor., 1-5 gr., $.20 82.00 Morphinæ Sul., 1-3 gr.,
83.00 Ergotin, 1-6 gr.,
2.50 Apomorphine, 1-12 gr.,
2.50 Atropinæ Sulph., 1-60 gr.,
9.00 Strychnine Sulph., 1-60 gr.,
2.00 Morph. Sal. 1-4 gr. et Atrop.
Eserinæ Sul., 1-60 gr.,
3.00 Sul., 1-120 gr...
WILLIAM R. WARNER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Soluble Coated Pills, etc., etc., 1228 MARKET ST.,
22 LIBERTY ST., PHILADELPHIA.
patient, cheerfully, “ that was by a different mother.” cal phenomena disappeared. In such cases I consider They did not ask him any more questions.
it the remedy par excellence.
Olivia, Minn. E. F. CONYNGHAME, M.D. To Physicians: We will send one of Flavell's Imported Uterine Supporters by mail upon receipt of $2.00, satis- Doctor—"Not so well to-day, eh? Have you kept faction assured. Please give circumference of the him quiet, and given him his medicine regularly ?” body two inches below the naval, state if for Prolapsus, Mrs. Richard Bevylin Buckner _“Dey ain't be en Retroyersion or Anteversion. Address,
nobody in de room wid him 'cept me 'an de children, G. W. FLAVELL & BRO.,
so he's been nice an' quiet; an' I give him de med'cine 248 N. Eighth St, Philadelphia, Pa. like you tole me, three spoonfuls every hour.” In all fevers, inflammatory conditions, in the acute
Doctor—“Great heavens, woman! it's a wonder he's gastric upsets which occur with delicate children and
alive. I said one spoonful every three hours." phthisical patients, in all gastric diseases, and in those
Mrs. Richard Bevylin Buckner-"Well, now, doctah, conditions of gastric catarrh which follow upon obstruc
they ain't no diff'rence between one three an' three tions in the pulmonary circulation, whether due to dis
Count 'em fo' yo'self an' see."--Harper's Bazar. ease in the heart or lungs, liquid food containing a Messrs. John Wyeth & Brother's advertisement in sufficiency of carbo-hydrates in soluble form, as in
this issue is worthy of the careful attention of our paMellin's Food, is essential to life.
trons. They give a complete list of their compressed Any physician having an obstinate case of Tabes hypodermic tablets, embracing in all some seventy-four Mesenterica or Incipient Cholera Infantum, will receive
different agents and combinations, the most complete from Dr. Warner & Co., 1228 Market Street, Phila., we have yet seen. In it will be found alnıost every gratis, a sample of Ingluvin with full description. It medicament used in hypodermic practice. This house has been reported as almost a specific. Further trial
was the first to devise this most valuable and conveni. without cost is warranted and the doctor is asked to give
ent form of subcutaneous treatment. The well-known his experience.
reputation of this house is sufficient guarantee for all Ingluvin has been well known as a remedy in sick. the claims they make for them, as well as for all their ness during the period of gestation.
preparations, so widely and favorably known. When
writing, kindly express your opinion of The Medical HYSTERIA.—I have used Peacock's Bromides with WORLD. fine results, and shall continue to use it. One case in particular illustrated its effects. The patient (female)
A HUMOROUS PLANT.-A good-natured plant has
been discovered, one which has the same desire as was much troubled with hysteria, and, as usual in such cases, had every imaginable disease. I gave her Pea
Punch is supposed to feel, namely, to make people cock's Bromides, and, on taking as directed, all hysteri.
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Five syrups, and five non-saccharine solutions of, viz.:
Naecent Phenic Acid; Sulpho-Phenique; Iodo-PheANTI-SEPTIC nique; Ammonia Phenate; and Pheno-Fer.
Four Hypodermic Injections, viz. : Nascent Phenic Acid ; PREPARATIONS.
Sulpho-Phénique; Iodo-Phénique; and Ammonia Phenate. DÉCLAT'S HYPODERMIC SYRINGE of 80 minims.
GLYCO-PHÉNIQUE, for external application. I will send on request of physicians mentioning the MEDICAL WORLD an abstract of Medical Reports on the uses of Déclat's preparations in all Zymotic Diseases, Carbuncle, Tumors, Cancer, Tuberculosis, Diabetes, Rheumatism, Skin Diseases, etc. Also one bottle, as sample, if desired, applicant to pay the expressage.
J. MILHAU'S SON, Druggist and Importer, ESTABLISHED IN 1813.
General Agent, 183 Broadway, NEW YORK,
(FRELIG H'S TONIC.)
Ten minims of the Tonic contain the equivalents (according to
2 minims. INDICATIONS: Paralysis, Neurasthenia, Sick and Nervous Headache, Dyspepsia, Epilepsy, Locomotor-Ataxia, Insomnia, Impotence, Debility of Old Age, and in the treatment of
Mental and Nervous Diseases.
One of the most widely known physicians in the coun
try, residing in Washington, says: "The elegance of the formula, the small dose required and to potency go far to recommend the Tonic to the profession h that large class of neuroses so common among brain workers in this country." A Baltimore physician, whose diploma dates from
1825, says: "It furnishes a most powerful evidence of the vastly in. greased power of medicament by combination and judicious pharmaceutic preparation. Your Tonic I fiud vastly more lective than any tonic I have ever used." A well known physician of Chicago, in practice since
1859, says: "It will be a revelation to most physicians. I have found & peculiarly adapted to the mentally over-worked public school teachers, as well as to the worn out business man."
A Troy physician, oi thirty-four years of active prac
"I consider it the best Nerve Tonic I have ever used." A Philadelphia physician says:
“Your Tonic is a noble remedy. Some of my patients call it The Elixir of Life.' In A tonic Dyspepsia and as an aphrodisiac it cannot be excelled." An Ohio phvsician says:
“I have been in the profession since 1841, and must frankly say have never been much inclined to run
after strange gods, but this new manipulation and combination pleases me. Another Philadelphia physician says:
“When I write ‘Freligh's Tonic' there's nothing more to trouble me, for I am sure what its results will be. In all states of nervous depression, especially when resulting from a de bauch, it is the remedy 'withoui a peer, without a rival.' As a stop achic topic it is incomparable. I have cured (not relieved,) a large number of cases of atonic dyspepsia and indigestion by its use."
The above and many similar letters from the profession can be examined at our office. The Tonic is prescribed regularly by over 13,000 physicians in New England and the eastern Middle States.
Single sample delivered to any physician, charges prepaid, on application. That each physician may be his own judge of its value, irrespective of the opinions of others, we make the following
SPECIAL OFFER: We will send to any physician, delivered, charges prepaid, on receipt of 25 cents, and his card or letter-head, half dozen physicians' samples, sufficient to test it on as many different cases for a week to ten days each.
PRICE, $1.00 PER BOTTLE, sontaining 100 of the average 5-drop, doses. IT IS NOT SOLD IN BULK. For sale by all the leading wholesale druggists in the country. As we furnish no samples through the trade, wholesale or retail, for samples, directions, price lists, etc.,
1. O. WOODRUFF & CO., Manufacturers of Physicians' Specialties, 88 MAIDEN LANE,
NEW YORK CITY.
laugh. The seeds are black, resembling a French
J. O. WOODRUFF, N. Y., March 30, 1887.
JOHN C. LEVIS, M.D.
An odorless, colorless liquid, powerful, efficient
INVALUABLE in the sick room. Sold by
Druggists everywhere. Quart bottles 50 cents.
HENRY B. PLATT,
36 Platt Street, Nero Ford
SELF-REGISTERING FEVER THERMOMETERS,
WITH ABSOLUTELY INDESTRUOTIBLE AND UNCHANGEABLE INDEX.
Do not Increase their Reading with Age.
PAT. JAN. 207-1885,00
Thermometer for use in a darkened room. Our No. 342A is a White Back
Thermometer with numbers and degrees enameled black. Sizes 4 and 5 inches.
VICTOR No. 1,
FOR MEDICAL USE.
Send for Catalogue.
THE BEST ANTISEPTIC
FORMULA-Listerine is the essential antiseptic constituent of Thyme, Eucalyptus, Baptisia, Gaultheria and
Mentha Arvensis, in combination. Each fluid drachm also contains two grains of refined and purified
as necessary for varied conditions.
LISTERINE is a well-proven antiseptic agent-an antizymotic-especially adapted to internal use, and to make and maintain surgical cleanliness-asepsis-in the treatment of all parts of the human body, whether by spray, irrigation, atomization, or simple local application, and therefore characterized by its particular adaptability to the field of
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE-INDIVIDUAL PROPHYLAXIS.
Diseases of the Urio Acid Diathesis.
three grains of CHEMICALLY PURE Benzo-Salicylate of Lithia.. Prepared by our improved process of
upon in clinical practice.
turia Albuminuria, and Vesical irritations generally.
To forward to Physicians
LITHEMIA, DIABETES, CYSTITIS, ETC.
Treated with phenomenal and unparalleled success, by a new method. Send for full particulars, or first read the following, and if still unconvinced, send for a sample, which a letter (containing 50 cents to cover the expense of sending) will bring to your address. (SELECTED FROM THOSE RECEIVED DAILY.)
Providence, R. I., 260 Benefit St. Anderson, Ind., April 14, 1889. CENTURY CHEMICAL CO.
Gentlemen :--Between April ist and July 1st I have CENTURY CHEMICAL Co.
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always thoroughly accomplishes its purpose when proYours truly,
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Yours, etc, etc.,
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"HOFF'S MEDICATED URETHRAL BOUGIES." The treatment par excellence for gonorrhoea and gleet, now recognized and accepted as the best.
Per dozen ... $48.00.