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Formula.-Every Fluid drachın contains 15 gra ns EACHo pure Chloral

Hydrate, and purified Brom. Pot. and one-eighth gr. E 1CH,

of gen. imp. ext. Cannabis Ind. and Hyoscyam .
Dose.-One half to one fluid drachm in WATER or SÝRUP every hour

until sleep is produced.
Indications-Sleepnessness, Nervousness, Neuralgia, Headache, Convulsions,

Colic, Mania, Epilepsy, Irritability, Etc. In the restlessness
and delirium of fever, it is absolutely invaluable.


Specify Battle when Prescribing our Preparations.


Specify Battle when Prescribing our Preparations.

Papine is the Anodyne or pain-relieving principle of Opium, the Narcotic and
Convulsive elements being eliminated. It has less tendency to cause

Nausea, Vomiting, Constipation, Etc.
Indications.-Same as (pium or Morphia.
Dose.--(ONE FLUID DRACHM)---represents the Anodyne principle of

one-eighth grain of Morphia.

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Tissue Phosphates.
Bone-Calcium, Phosphate (Cas1204), Sodium phosphate (Na2HP 04), Ferrous phosphate
Fe3 P04). "Tri Hydrogen phosphate (113 PO.)

Wheeler's Compound Elixir of phosphates and Calisaya :- Nerve Food and Nutritive Tonic for the treatment of consumption, Bronchitis, Scrofula and all forms of Nervous debility.

The Lactophosphates prepared from the formula of Prof. Dusart, of the University of Paris, combine with a superior Pemartin's Sherry Wine and Aromatics iu ùn agreeable cordial, easily assimilable and acceptable to the most irritable stomach.

Phosphorus, the oxidizing element of the nerve centers, for the generation of Nerve force ; Lime phosphate, an agent of cell development and nutrition ; Soda phosphate, an excitant of functional activity of liver and pancreas, and corrective of acid fermentation in the alimentary canal; Iron phosphate, the oxidizing constituent of the blood, for the generation of heat and motion : phosphoric Acid, Tonic in sexual debility ; Alkaloids of Calisaya, anti-malarial and febrifuge : Extract of wild cherry, uniting with tonic power the property of calming irritation and diminishing febrile excitement.

The Superiority of the Elixir consists in uniting with the phospbates the special properties of the Cinchona and prunus, of subduing fever and allaying irritation of the mucous membrane of the alimentary canal, which adapts it to the successful treatment of stomach derangements and all diseases of faulty Nutrition, the outcome of indigestion, mal-assimilation of food, and failure of supply of these essential elements of Nerve Force and Tissue Repair.

The special indication of this combination of phosphates is spinal affections, caries, necrosis, un united fractures, marasmus, poorly developed children, alcohol, opium and tobacco habits, gestation and lactation to promote development, etc., and as a physiological restorative in sexual debil. ity and all used-up conditions of the pervous system should receive the careful attention of good therapeutists.

There is no strychniæ in this preparation, but when indicated the liquor strychnise of the C. S. Dispensatory may be added, each fluid-drachm of the solution to a pound bottle of the Elixir making 1-64 of a grain to a half fluid ounce, an ordinary dose, & combination of a wide range of use. fulness.

DOSE: For an adult, one tablespoonful three times a day after eating : from seven to twelve years of age one dessert spoonful; from two to seven one teaspoonful. For infants, from five to wenty drops, according to age. PREPARED at the CHEMICAL LABORATORY of T. B. WHEELER, M. D., Montreal, D.C.


NERVE-TONIC, STIMULANT AND ANTISPASMODIC. FORMULA,- Every Fluid-Drachm represents FIVE grains EACH – Celery, Coca, Kola, Viburnum and Aromatics.

INDICATIONS.-Impotency, Speriatorrhea, Loss of Nerve Power (so usual with Lawyers, Preachers, Writers and Business Mon), Nervous Headache, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Dysmenorrhea, Hysteria, Opium.Habit, Inebriety, Prostatitis, Dyspepsia, and ALL LANGUID or DEBILITATED conditions of the System.-Indispensable to restore a patient after alcoholio excess.

DOSE.-One or two teaspoonfuls three or more times a day, as directed by the Physician.


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UTERINE TONIC AND RESTORATIVE. PREPARED FROM THE ALETRIS FARINOSA OR TRUE UNICORN, INDICATIONS. – Amenorrhea, Dysmenorrhea, Leucorrhea, Prolapsus Uteri, Sterility, to PREVENT Miscarriage, Etc.

DOSE.-One teaspoonful three or four times a day.

Unrivaled as a Uterine Tonic in Irregular, Painful, Suppressed and Excessive Menstruation, IT RESTORES NORMAL ACTION TO THE UTERUS, AND IMPARTS VIGOR TO THE ENTIRE UTERINE SYSTEM.

mar-Where Women have aborted during previous Pregnancies, or in any case where abortion is feared, the Aletris Cordial is indicated, and slould be continuously administered during entire gestation.


A MILD, SAFE AND PLEASANT APERIENT. s Prepared from Manna, Purified Cathartic Acid, and Fruit Juices, 20 INDICATIONS. - Constipation, Biliousness, Congestions, Etc. INDISPENSABLE AS AN APERIENT FOR WOMEN DURING PREGNANCY. In teaspoonful doses, 3 times a day, it favors the SECRETION and EXCRETION of bile, and gradually removes the congested and torpid states of the liver, and keeps the bowels in a regular and soluble condition.

DOSE.-ONE or MORE teaspoonfuls as directed by the Physician.


A MOST VALUABLE NON-IRRITATING MUCOUS ASTRINGENT. INDICATIONS. Albuminuria, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Night-Sweats, Hemorrhages, Profuse Expectoration, catarrh, Sore Throat, Loucorrhea, and other Vaginal Diseases, Piles, Sores, Ulcers, Burns, Scalds, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Etc.

When Used as an Injection, to Avoid Staining of Linen, the WHITE Pinus should be Used. Recommended by DR, J. MARION SIMS, and other Prominent Physicians.


Samples FREE to any Physician who will pay Express charges, and mention this Journal.


Liebig Co.'s Coca Beef Tonio.
Liebig Co.'s Coca Beef Tonio with Quinine.
Liebig Co.'s Coca Beof Tonio with Citrate of Iron.
Liebig Co.'s Coca Beef Tonic with Iron and Quinine,

In the preparation of our Coca Beef Tonics, Coca Wine, Elixir Coca, Coca Cordial, etc., we use the celebrated Imperial Crown Sherry. We quote in this connection the following cable dispatch, and for proof, should it be desired, we beg to refer to the N. Y. Omice of Messrs. Gonzalez, Byass & Co., 39 Broadway. It will be seen, therefore, that we control absolutely the whole grow. ing of this famous brand, and use it in the manner named in this dispatch.

SPECIAL BY CABLE. JERES, SPAIN.-The representative of the Liebig Company of New York has closed with the celebrated growers, Messrs. Gonzalez, Byass & Co, for their entire growing of Imperial Crown Sherry. This brand has been the recog. nized king of Wines for centuries for those out oi health. The Liebig Company will use it in the preparation of their world renowned Coca Beef Tonics and Coca Wine.

The following combinations of the Coca Beef Tonics are computed on the basis of the tablespoonful or, more strictly speaking, the half ounce. These ingredients are in solution in Imperial Crown Sherry. In addition to these ingredi. cats: each tablespoonsul also represents the essence of an ounce of choice meat. LIEBIG Co.'s Coca BEEF TONIC WITH QOININE contains 5 grs. Coca ( quality guaranteed ) 3 grs.

Calisaya Bark, and 2 grs. pure Quinine. LIEBIG Co.'s COCA BEEF TONIC with Iron ; Coca 5 grains, Citrate of Iron 2 grains, Calisaya

3 grains, Nux Vomica 4 grains. LIEBIG CO.’s COCA BEEF TONIC WITH IRON AND QUININE; 5 grs. Coca, 3 grs. Calisaya, 2 grs.

Quinine, 2 grs. Citrate of Iron. LIEBIG CO.'s COCA BEEF TONIC WITH IRON, QUININE AND STRYCHNINE; 5 grs. Coca, 4 grs. Cit

rate of Iron, 2 grs. Quinine, and 1-60 gr. Strychnine. LIEBIG Co.'s COCA BEEF TONIC WITH IRON, QÜININE, STRYCHNINE AND PEPSINE; 5 grs. Coca,

1 gr. Quinine, 2. grs. Pyrophosphate of Iron, 1-32 gr. Strychnine and 3 grs. Pepsine. LEIBIG Co.'s COCA BEEF TONIC WITH CALISAYA, IRON AND PHOSPHORUS; 5 grs. Coca, 10

grg. Calisaya, 4 grs. Pyrophosphate of Iron, 1-100 gr. of Phosphorus. FORMULAS OF LIEBIG Co.'s Coca BEEF TONIC WITH BISMUTH, IRON AND STRYCININE, with

Pespine and Pancreatine with Calisaya, with Pepsive, with Wild Cherry, &c., cheerfully sentLIEBIG Co.'s Coca WINE. Unequalled in flavor Made with Imperial Crown Sherry.

COCA.-TWO NOTEWORTHY PREPARATIONS OF THE VALUABLE REMEDY. In the practical use of coca are many and serious difficulties. The conditions under which a maximum effect may be obtained are numerous and delicate. The leaves must be grown in certain soils and climates, picked at a certain stage of maturity, and in certain weather. They must be packed in small quantities so as to prevent crushing, heating, mould. ing or decay. In transportation they should be kept in cool, well ventilated places, and as far away from bilge, fumes, gases and vapors as possible. When delivered at their destination, they should be used immediately. The importance of these precautions may be gathered from the fact that out of a thousand pounds of leaves gathered upon the haciendas of Western South America, one-half are from other species of the Erythroxylon, one-eighth are spoiled in the picking, one-eighth in the subsequent transportation and storage, leaving but twenty-five per cent. available for medical and scientific use. Of the coca leaves which reach the United States, the largest proportion is received and con sumed by the Liebig Company of New York, Paris and London, a corporation which offers the remedy in two general forms-viz., Liebig Co.'s Wine of Coca and Liebig Co.'s Coca Beef Tonic. Of these two preparations nothing

can be said but in high praise. Their Wine of Coca is practically an admirable tincture of the leaf. Each fluid ounce contains the virtues of ten grains of erythroxylon. The Wine or menstruum, is worthy of remark, being a rich and pure Spanish sherry imported directly from the great house of Gonzalez, Byass & Co.. in Xeres, Spain. As imperial Crown, this wine has gained a fame superior to that of the Oloroso and the Amontillado of former days. Without the Coca the Wine would be a splendid adjunct to every dining-table or sick room. With the Coca it makes a delicious beverage as well as a medicine, and forms as perfect a preparation of erythroxylon as science and art can produce.

The Coca Beef Tonic consists of Imperial Crown Sherry with ten grains ef coca and the nutritive elements of two ounces of choice beef to the ounce of wine. It is used as a basis for eleven combinations, comprising quinine, citrate of iron; iron and guinine; iron, quinine and strychnine; pepsin; pancreatin; pepsin and pancreatin; calisaya, iron, bismuth and strychnine; iron, quinine, strychnine and pepsin; and calisaya, iron and phosphorus. All of these preparations will be recognized and appreciated by the professional eye.

The Liebig Co. is to be complimented upon the success of its efforts, and upon the intrinsic excellence and value these preparations.-THE AMERICAN ANALYST, Oct. 1886. When prescribing please specify LIEBIG CO. B, to prevent substitution. Above prepared only by THE LIEBIG LABORATORY AND CHEMICAL WORKS CO.,

N. Y. DEPOT, 38 MURRAY ST. LIEBIG CO.'S ORANGE WINE. Made from the pure juice of choice California Oranges.

Non-Alcoholic. Cooling. Anti-Scorbutic. Anti-Bilious. LIEBIG CO.'S PINE GLYCERINE. Chemically pure and inodorous. Prepared specially

for medical use. IMPERIAL CROWN SHERRY. Guaranteed to be a pure natural Spanish Sherry. The wine of wines for invalids. Direct from the vineyard. Address,

R. E. PALMER, Agent, P. O. Box, 2902.

New York City.


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