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LISTOL

In a new Chemical Compound of Thymol and Iodlue. A safe and superior surgical dressing in major and minor surgery, dentistry, cavital ulcerations, bed sores,

burns, and all erosions of the skin or mucous membranes. It is a non-toxic, nonIrritating combination of thymol-lodide, of marked antiseptic properties. As a dusting powder It is & perfect substitute for iodoform, with the advantage that it is free from disagreeable odor, and no more expensive, owing to its extreme lightness. Listol is Supplied in Ounces Only, at $1.00 per Ounce, Prepaid on Receipt of Price.

ORDER A SAMPLE PACKAGE WITH LITERATURE (MENTIONIFG THIS JOURNAL.)

LOT SIL,

THE MODERN ANTIPYRETIC,

ANALGESIC AND ANODYNB.

EACH 5-GRAIN TABLET REPRESENTS: Acetanilid

3 gr. Caffeine Citrate Sodium Bicarb, C. P.................. .1 gr. Monobrom, Camphor.

Price per ounce, finely powdered, or in 5-grain Perfection Tablets, 40 cents.

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Lotsil Will Be Supplied in Our Perfection Tablets

to Order in Such Combinations as May Be Desired.

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LOTSIL LA GRIPPE TABLETS. Lotell ....

.242 gr. Quinine Sulphate... Ammonium Salicylate.

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gr.

Ext. Nux-Vomica
Price 100 Tablets.

.$0 60 Price 500 Tabletz.

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For Leucorrhæa, Ulceration, and All Vaginal Discharges.

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44 gr.

EACH TABLET REPRESENTS: Listol

3 gr. Ex. Belladonna Acid Boracic 2 gr. Ex. Helonias.

. 12 gr. Acid Tannic. .1 gr. Ex. Hyoscyamus

84 gr. Acid Salicylic.

42 gr. Ex. Opium
With Ext. Hydrastis (colorless) Eucalyptol and Alum.
Price for Package of 50 Tablets, 60 Cents, Price for 100 Tablets, $1.00.

ORDER A SAMPLE PACKAGE WITH LITERATURE (MENTIONING THIS JOURNAL).
All Goods Sent Propaid on Receipt of Price. For Sale by All Wholesale Druggists.

LISTOL CHEMICAL COMPANY,

Succossors to CHAS. M. PUSEY & CO., Pharmaceutical Chemists. 34 ORCHARD ST.

CHICAGO, ILL.

Being convinced of the value of Kola as a tonic stimulant, and desirous of presenting a preparation which should contain the active medicinal principals of the drug, yet free from its acrid and bitter taste, Messrs. Frederick Stearns & Co., of Detroit, Mich., after long study and experimental investigations, have, by an original process, produced a preparation, "Stearn's Kola Cordial,” which is one-fourth the fluid extract strength, and is palatable and delicious in taste. It has been tested in several large hospitals, and in the private practice of many prominent physicians.

Dr. E. B. Smith of Detroit, Mich., in speaking of the preparation, says: “Kola Cordial in my hands has supplied a great want. It seems to be a systemic tonic, acting especially upon the nervous and vascular systems. The action upon the circula tory system is a peculiar one, and in surgical cases where I have administered, it seems to be a valuable addition to our armamentarium.”

Kola owes its therapeutic action to Caffeine, Theobromine, and a principle peculiar to itself, called Kolanine. Its stimulating and sustaining effects on the nervous system are more prompt, powerful and of longer duration than that of Caffeine alone. It is also superior to Coca as a cerebro-spinal stimulant, with none of the objections which so frequently follow the continued use of the latter. Stearn's Kola Cordial is to be recommended to those whose work subjects them to excessive mental or physical exhaustion.

Messrs. Frederick Stearns & Co. will gladly mail on inquiry samples and literature, or wil forward an original package to those physicians who are willing to assume the express charges.

I have been using Campho-Lyptus in my practice, and find it to be an excellent remedy in the class of cases in which it is recommended. I like it very much. J. W. II. VEST, M. D.

Des Moines, Iowa, June 16th, 1894.

A PRONOUNCED OPINION FROM TIIE VETERAN EDITOR OF THE MEMPHIS MEDICAL MONTHLY.

October 22, 1894. Gentlemen:Your kind favor of the 20th inst. received this evening after my return from Ship Island, Miss.

The “Antikamnia and Coedeine Tablets" which reached me also, were exactly what I wanted. Having been exposed to the Gulf breeze all day, I returned suffering intensely with gastralgia and pleurodynia. One of the tablets gave me relief, and I have since had my supper and feel quite comfortable.

In the fact that your preparation, antikamnia, has no depressing effect upon the cardiac force, you have much for congratulation, and the field for its usefulness may be viewed like a or zon—the nearer you aproach it the wider its recognized extent. Yours cordially,

F. L. SIM, M. 1). To the Antikamnia Chemical Co.

FOR BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL USE!

LISTERINE

Non-Toxic, Non-Irritant, Non-Escharotic-Absolutely Safe,

Agreeable and Convenient. •

LISTERINE is a well-proven antiseptic agent-an antizymotic–especially useful in the management of catarrhal conditions of the mucous membrane, 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, Injection, irrigation, atomization, inhalation, or simple local application, and therefore characterized by its particular adaptability to the field of Preventive Medicine-INDIVIDUAL PROPHYLAXIS.

LISTERINE destroys promptly all odors emanating from diseased gums and teeth, and will be found of great value when taken internally, in teaspoonful doses, to control the fermentative eructations of dyspepsia, and to disinfect the mouth, throat and stomach. It is a perfect tooth and mouth wash, Indispensable for the Dental Toilet.

DISEASES OF THE URIC ACID DIATHESIS.

LAMBERT'S

LITHIATED ::: HYDRANGEA

RENAL ALTERATIVE-ANTI-LITHIC.

Close clinical observation has caused LAMBERT'S LITHIATED HYDRANGEA to be regarded by physicians generally as a very valuable Kidney Alterative and Anti-Lithic agent in the treatment of

URINARY CALCULUS, GOUT, RHEUMATISM,

CYSTITIS, DIABETES, HÆMATURIA, BRIGHT'S DISEASE,

AND VESICAL IRRITATIONS GENERALLY.

REALIZING that in many of the diseases in which LAMBERT'S LITHIATED HYDRANGEA has been found to possess great therapeutic value, it is of the highest importance that suitable diet be employed, we have had prepared for the convenience of physicians DIETETIC NOTES, suggesting the articles of food to be allowed or prohibited in several of these diseases. A book of these Dietetic Notes, each note perforated and convenient for the physician to detach and distribute to patients, supplied upon request, together with literature fully descriptive of LISTERINE and LAMBERT'S LITHIATED HYDRANGEA.

LAMBERT PHARMACAL COMPANY,

SAINT LOUIS, U. S.

British, Canadian, French, Spanish, German and South American Trade Constantly Supplied

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J. L. DRYDEN, M. D.,
Professor of Anatomy and Demonstrator.

CHAS. H. KRAUSE, M. D.,
Professor of Chemistry, Toxicology and Laboratory

Demonstrator.

S. B. PARSONS, M. D.,
Professor Principles and Practice of Surgery and
Clinical Surgery at St. Louis Children's

Free Hospital.

W.JNO. HARRIS, M. D.,
Professor Genito-Urinary Surgery at Good Samari.

tan Hospital.
DAVID M. GIBSON, M. D.,
Professor of Minor Surgery.

A. H. SCHOTT, M. D.,
Professor Theory and Practice of Medicine.

J. MARTINE KERSHAW, M. D.
Professor Diseases of Lungs, Heart and Kidneys,

W. L. GALLOWAY, M. D.,

Professor Diseases of Skin.
I. D. FOULON, A. M., L.L. B., M. D.,
Professor Medical Jurisprudence and Pædology.

EDMOND A. B. GARESCHE, A. M. L.L. B.,
Adjunct Professor of Medical Jurisprudence.

WM. GUNDELACH, M. D.,
Lecturer on Toxicology.

L. C. McELWEE, M. D.,
Professor Physiology and Drug Pathogenesis.

J. M. McDOWELL, M. D.,
Lecturer on Normal Histology.

JESSE S. SARGENT, M. D.,
Lecturer on Physiology.

F. WILLIAM GRUNDMAN, M. D.,
Professor of Pathology and Pathological Histology.

SCOTT PARSONS, JR., M. D.,
Lecturer on Pathology and Curator of Museum.

Instructions thorough in all departments, embracing a three years' graded course of Didac-
tic and Clinical Lectures, with practical work in Laboratory, Dispensary and Dissecting Room.
Regular Clinics from every practical Chair. Students are required to operate on the cadaver
and in the Clinics.
For catalogue, etc., address

WM, C. RICHARDSON, M. D., DEAN,

304 North 8th Street., St. Louis, Mo.

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CAN REMEDIES ABORT TYPHOID FEVER? Every now and then Homeopathic societies find themselves discussing the question that serves as the heading for this paragraph. We always feel like answering it by putting this other: “Can water put out a fire?” Both questions may be truthfully answered in either the affirmative or the negative, according to circumstances. A blaze may be so intense that the water thrown at it never reaches it, save as superheated steam that furnishes oxygen, hence food, to the flames. Had the hose been turned on in time, however, there is no question but that the water would have extinguished the fire. A close listener to the discussions of this topic will often be amused to see that the disputants are, three-fourths of the time, at least, discussing quite different things under the same name; that he is listening to a logomachy rather than a scientific discussion. Doctor A., unwilling to call anything typhoid before all other possible diagnoses have been excluded, in cther words, before the disease has run its unchecked course for a week or ten days, avers that remedies are quite un. availing to abort typhoid. Dr. B., who sees typhoid in every case of continued fever, has, he knows, aborted scores of cases. Dr. C. and you may put us down as Dr. C.), reviewing his experience in graps of fever cases originating in the same families, at nearly the same time, characterized by the same prodromes some of them developing into typical

typical cases of eneric fever, while others, under the Homeopathic remedy, care

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