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JOHN WYETH & BRO
PHOSPHATE IRON QUININE AND STRYCHNIA.
It is many years (quite fifteen) since we asked the attention of Physicians to the above Elixir.
Each fluid drachm contains two grains of Phosphate of Iron, one of Quinine, and one-six.
ADULT DOSE, -One teaspoonful three times a day.
Guarana is used with much benefit in cases of Sick and Nervous Headache, Neuralgia, Diar-
The active principle is analogous to Caffein, being found in Paullinia in five times the
As its use has proven the entire absence of any irritating properties or astringent effoct in
The effect is almost immediate in all cases of Headache, from whatever cause it may arise;
The usual mode of administration has been in powder; but tho Elixir will be found not only
Each fluid ounce contains eighty grains Guarana.
For HEADACHE,--dose, a tablespoonful for an adult, to be repeated in an hour, 1f tho Arøt
For DIARRHEA,--a desertspoonful morning and evening.
For NEURALGIA, as a General Tonic for NERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY, eto.,--adult dose a desert-
NOTE.--There are many Elixirs of Guarana manufactured of much 1988 strength than that
Physicians will find our preparations in all tho wholesale and leading Retail Stores in the
JOHN WYETH & BRO.. Chemists, Philadelphia
RUMBOLD; PRIVATE LECTURES.
ON THE DISEASES OF THE NOSE, THROAT & EARS.
During the winter and spring months I will give a Course of Private Lectures, to a limited number of Physicians, on the Hygienic, Therapeutic and Operative Management of Chronic Catarrhal Inflammation of the Nose, Throat and Ears, commencing at any time after the 2nd. Monday in October..
The Course will be as follows, viz; 25 Lectures, each one hour in length; preceeding each Lecture, a half an hour will be devoted to the acquirement of the proper handling of instruments, or to an examination on the previous Lecture.
During each Course, four Evening Lectures will be given, on the Relation of Chronic Catarrhal Inflammation of the Nose to other diseases of the body.
The successful management of this most common and most tenacious disease, depends largely upon the skill and tact of the physician in handling his instruments, as well as in knowing how to manage his patient so that the remedies may be thoroughly yet pleasantly applied. To best acquire this, he should see the applications made, and then make them himself under the instruction of an experienced operator, otherwise he may be compelled to pass many months in experimenting on his patients; the failure that is sure to follow such a practice, will be liable to injure his reputation.
Every corporate town has a sufficient number of victims of this complaint to require at least two hours work every day to properly treat them. I am of the opinion that in a few years it will be found that many practitioners will be compelled to devote a stated length of time to the treatment of this class of patients, as a great majority of them cannot afford to purchase even a railroad ticket to a large city, without taking into consideration the fees that must be required by a specialist.
Terms. $50.00. in advance.
Thos. F. Rumbold, M. D. 1225 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, Mo.