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INDICATIONS: Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Nervous Headache, Cout, Sciatica, Dysmenorrhea, Diphtheria, Asthma, Headache from Excessive Dissipation, and Neuralgic and Rheumatic Pains of all kinds.

FORMULA. Each fluid drachm represents – Tonga, thirty grains ; Extractum Cimicifugo Racemos@, two grains ; Sodium Salicylate, ten grains ; Pilocarpin Salicylate, one-hundredth of a grain ; Colchicin Salicylate, one five-hundredth of a grain.

DOSE.—Teaspoonful-in a small quantity of water if preferred; in acute cases, every hour until pain ceases, then discontinue; in chronic forms, four to six times per day, at regular intervals; to prevent a recurrence, every two hours.

Produces no unplensant nor injurious reactionary effects-contains no opium in any form whatsoever.

TESTIMONIALS: 6 For Nervous Headache or Muscu- " Have been well satisfied with its lar Rheumatism it is almost a results." Specific."

R. A. VANCE, M. D., New York. PARK RITCHIE, M. D., St. Paul, Minn.

Have Derived Particularly GratiIn strictly Neuralgic Forms it is fying Results from its use

in DysUnexcelled.

menorrhea,0. D. NORTON, M. D., Cincinnati,.o. T. F. FRAZER, M. D., Commerce, Mo. The Proprietors will send a sample bottle to the address of any Physician applying for same, who will agree to pay Express charges on package. MELLIÐR DRUG CO., Sole Proprietors, 709 & 711 Washington Ave., St. Louis.

BELLEVUE HOSPITAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, CITY OF NEW YORK.

SESSION OF 1888-89. The REGULAR Session begins on Wednesday, September 26, 1888, and ends about the middle of March, 1889. During this Session, in addition to the regular didactic lectures, two or three hours are daily allotted to clinical instruction. Attendance upon at least two regular courses of lectures is required for graduation.

The SPRING SESSION consists of recitations, clinical lectures and exercises, and didac. tic lectures on special subjects. This Session begins about the middle of March and continues until ihe middle of June. During this Session, daily recitations in all the departments are beld by a corps of Examiners appointed by the Faculty.

The CARNEGIE LABORATORY is open during the collegiate year, for instruction in microscopical examinations of urine, practical demonstrations in medical and surgical pathology, and lessons in normal histology and pathology, including bacteriology.

For the annual Circular and Catalogue, giving requirements for graduation and other information, address Prof. AUSTIN FLINT, Secretary, Bellevue Hospital Medical College,

foot of East 26th St., New York City.

HERNIA.

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EGAN'S IMPERIAL TRUSS. This is a new Truss
upon new and anatomical principles, haying a Spiral
Spring Pad, varying in size and form, as well as strength
of Spring. The pressure being circular, or graduated, adapts
itself to every motion of the body. Worn Day and Night.
The Adult Pad gives a pressure from 3 to 6 pounds. Pad No. 3
gives 3 pounds, Pad No. 4 gives 4 pounds, 'Pad No. 5 gives 5
pounds, Pad No. 6 gives 6 pounds. The springs are all inter-
changeable one with the other, and can thus be exchanged
till the proper pressure is obtained and without
extra expense.

Our Infant's Truss is a perfect success.
Ladies' Trusses A Specialty. Our Umbilical Truss 18
something new and never fails. Pronounced by the Best
Medical Authority to be the true and only Umbilical

Truns. Our Truss is used by the best medical men of Ann
Arbor and in Michigan State hospitals Office

Hamilton Block.
EGAN IMPERIAL TRUSS COMPANY, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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WHEELER'S TISSUE PHOSPHATES.

Bone-Cacium Phosphate Ca32 P. O., Sodium Phosphate Naz H.P.0.4. Ferrous Phosphate Fe32 P.O., TH. hydrogen Plhosphate H, P.0.4.

Wheeler's Compound Elixir of Phosphates and Calisaya. A Nerve Food and Nutrl. Hve 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. Com bines with

a superior Pemartin Sherry Wine and Aromatics in an agreeable cordial easily assimilable and acceptable to the most irritable stomachs.

Phosphorus, the oxydizing element of the Nerve Centres for thegeneration 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, the Oyxdizing Constituent of the Blood for the Generation of Heat and Motion. Phosphoric Acid, Tonic in Sexual Debil. ity: Alkaloids of Calisaya, Anti-Malarial and Febrifuge; Extract of Wild Cherry, uniting with tonio power the property of Calming Irritation and Diminishing Nervous Excitement.

The Superiority of the Elixir consists in uniting with the Phosphates the special properties of the Cinchona and Prunus of Subduing Fever and Allaying Irritation of the Mucous Membrane of the Alle mentary Canal, which adapts it to the successful treatment of Stomach Derangements and all diseases of Faulty Nutrition, the outcome of Indigestion, Malassimilation of Food, aud FAILURE OF SUPPLY of these essential elements of Nerve Force and Tissue Repair.

The speclal indication of this combination of Phosphates in Spinal Affections, Caries, Necrosis, Ununited Fractures, Marasmus, Poorly Developed (hildren, Retarded Dentition, Alcohol, Opium, 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 Nervous System should receive the careful attention of good there. peutists.

There is no Strychnia in this preparation, but when indicated, the Liquor Strychyniæ of the U. 8. Dispensatory may be added, each fluid drachm of the solution to a pound bottle of the Elixir making the bath of a grain to a half fluid ounce, an ordinary dose, a combination of a wide range of usefulness.

Dose.-For an adult, one table spoonful three times a day, after eating; from seven to tweve years of age, one dessert-spoonful; from two to seven, one teaspoonful. For infants, from five to twenty drops, according to age. PREPARED AT THE CHEMICAL LABORATORY OF T. B. WHEELER, M. D.,

MONTREAL, D.O.

Put up in pound bottles and sold by all Druggists at one dollar.
Please mention The Physician and Surgeon when writing to our Advertisers.

The Following Reasons

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PROFESSOR A. L. RANNEY, M. D.,

OF NEW YORK CITY.

(1) If either is out of repair you are deprived of the use of both. (2) More costly to manufacture. (3) More bulky to carry. (4) Galvanic battery is used more in office and is heaviest to carry. (5) If batteries are separate, they can be used at the same time on two

different patients. (6) Faradic battery is mostly used for primary examinations of patients.

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Please mention THE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON when writing to our Advertisers.

ROBINSON'S WINE COCA.

NERVE STIMULANT FOR MENTAL AND PHYSICAL EXHAUSTION,

OCA LEAVES have been successfully used in the treatment of the Opium habit and as a remedy

for the abuse of intoxicants. They are recommended in cases of mental depression and physical exhaustion, remarkable nerve stimulant and exhilarating effects being attributed to the drug by medical authorities. ROBINSON'S WINE Coca presents this drug in å palatable form, the vehicle being Pure Sherry Wine. The best assayed Coca Leaves are used, and we guarantee a high Cocaine percentage. Each fuidrachm equals 72 grains Coca.

DOSE.-The does of this wine is from a teaspoonful to two tablespoonfuls (1 idr. to 1 Aoz.) to be taken three or four times daily or oitener.

PINT BOTTLES $1.00.
We ask attention to the following statements :
MESSRS. R. A. ROBINSON & Co.

LOUISVILLE, KY., March 29, 1886. Gentlemen:- I have been prescribing the Syrup of Hypophosphites and Wine of Coca prepared by your firm, with uniformly good results. Both are elegant preparations. As a stimulant in cases of Exhaustion, from whatever cause arising, and as an antidote to the evil effects of Opium, your Wine of Cocoa has proven most serviceable. Your Syrup of the Hypophosphites presents a combination of con. strurtive tonics and alteratives massed together in palatable form and in a beautiful solution, indicative of unsurpassed Pharmaceutical Art. I have used the latter in the debi.ity of the old and young, with nursing mothers, and with those of strumous and tubercular tendencies, with most gratifying effects. Yours very respectfully,

(Signed)

COLEMAN ROGERS, M. D. MESSRS. R. A. ROBINSON & Co.

LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 1, 1886. Gentlemen:- For a number of months I have been prescribing your “Syrup of Hypophosphites” and have a so been employing your " Wine of Coca” since it was placed before the profession. In my prescriptions I have specified " R. A. Robinson & t'o." because of my confidence in the integrity of the manufacturers. After having observed the effects of the above preparations on a large number or patients, I am convinced that wo similar mixtures, now upon the market, are so elegant and palatable, and at the same time so invariable and accurate in composition. Respectfully, your obedient servant,

(Signed) JAMES M. HOLLOWAY. M. D., No. 728 4th Ave. WESERB. R. A. ROBINSON & Co.

LOUISVILLE, KY., April 16, 1886. Dear Sirs :- It gives me pleasure to to state that I have used your preparations of Hypophophites and Wine Coca, with most excellent results. The Wine Coca I used in a case of Exophthalmic Goitre. The patient has been bed-ridden for three years and it has given her more comfort than anything she has taken and enables her to go about her room with comparative ease. The reputation of your house gives assurance that these valuable remedies are what they are represented to be and I can recommend them both. Yours truly,

(Signed)

T. P. SATTERWHITE. OFFICE OF MONROE COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH,

ANDREW J. AXTELL, M, D., SEC'Y, MESSRS. R. A. ROBINSON & Co.

BLOOMINGTON, IND, August 25, 1887, Sirs:- I deem the following statement due you. Having been a sufferer from Nervous headache for over forty years, at the suggestion of your Agent, who called upon me in June, last, with some of your samples. I was induced to try your Wine Coca for my head. Since that time I have been taking one table spoonful each day, and have not, since I commenced the use of it, been troubled with the Headache. I bave not been free from it in that length of time in twenty years. I think it will effect a permanent cure. Having tried before nearly every remedy I could hear of, this is the first one that has given me any relief. Yours respectfully,

(Signed)

A. J. AXTELL, M. D. Our facilties as Manufacturers are such that Practitioners may with confidence rely upon our products being of the bighest degree of excellence attainable in every respect. They are ACCURATELY and SKILLFULLY prepared from the BEST materials

Our Preparations may be obtained through leading retail Druggists. If the nearest druggist is not supplied we will forward by express, prepaid, upon receipt of retail price. We invite a trial in your practice. In Prescribing please specify ROBINSON'S.

Respectfully,
R. A. ROBINSON & Co.,

Manufacturing Pharmacists. ESTABLISHED 1842.

LOUISVILLE, KY.

MANUFAOTURE ALSO
Robinson's Hypophosphites.
Robinson's Lime Juice and Pepsin.
Robinsons Phosphoric Elixir,
Robinson's Elixir Paraldehyd,

Robinson's Colorless Hydrastis.
FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS.
Please mention THE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON when writing to our Advertisers.

Calcium Phosphate with other essential inorganic tissue formers in a solublo form.

rýstalline Phosphate

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TISSUE FOOD.

A PEERLESS CHEMICO-PHYSIOLOGICAL FOOD AND RESTORATIVE

WITHOUT A BIYAL IN
STOMACH DISORDERS, such as Indigestion, Flatulence, Gastric

Catarrh and Poor Appetite, Constipation, Etc.
WRONGS OF NUTRITION as in Scrofula, Rickets, Caries, Marasmus,

Delayed Union of Fractures, Necrosis of Tissue, Difficult or Delayed

Dentition and Development, Etc.
NERVOUS AND GENERAL DEBILITY AND SLEEPLESSNESS, as

from Sexual F.xcess, Venereal Disease, Childbearing, Nursing, Loss
of Blood or other fluids, Menstrual and other Diseases of Women,
Abuse of Alcohol, Tobacco and Narcotics, Protracted Illness, Etc.
PROVIDENT CHEMICAL WORKS,

ST. LOUIS, Mo., U. S. A.
WRIGHT & RICH, Eastern Agents, Write for sample mailed free.
NEW YORK

Mention this journal.

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Medical Department, University of Vermont.

BURLINGTON, VERMONT. THIRTY-FIFTH SESSION, 1888.
The PRELIMINARY TERM, consisting of a course of Lectures and Recitations in the
various branches of Medicine and Surgery, will begin on the first Thursday of Novem.
ber, 1888, and continue until March 1, 1889. Fee, $30.00.

The REGOLAR SESION will commence on the first Tuesday of March, 1889, and con.
tinue twenty weeks. This course will consist of from five to six lectures daily, in the
various departments of Medicine and Surgery.
For further particulars and circulars, apply to the Dean,

PROFESSOR A. P. GRINNELL, M. D., Burlington, Vt.

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A PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE.

COLLEGE HILL, OHIO.
Twelve years successful operation. One hundred and ifty patlents admitted annually. Dally
average, siaty: Cottages for nervous individuals, oplum habít, etc. Location salubrious. Sur
roundings delightful. Appliances ample. Charges reasonable. Accessible by rail. Six trains
dally. Forty micutes from C. H. & D. Depot, Fifth and Hoadley Streets, Cincinnati.
For particulars address,

ORPHEUS EVARTS, M. D., Sap't, college HIII, Ohio.
Pleasо montion The Physician and Surgeon when writing to our Advertisers.

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