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Salophen

A safe and effective derivative of phe-
nol and salicylic acid. Indicated
in rheumatism and allied maladies.

SULFONAL-BAYER

THE greatest of hypnotics for gen-
eral uses, and invaluable in the
neuroses. Hust be given as directed.

Aristol

A Prompt and Effective dressing,
for all external and cavital lesions.
Safe, convenient and odorless.

Phenacetine-bayer

TTHE safest and most effective anti-
* pyretic and analgesic. Indicated
in fevers, and all painful conditions.



Trional



A hypnotic and sedative which is
■^*- specially indicated in many neu-
roses not amenable to other drugs.



LOSOPHAN



An antimycotic, indicated in ring-
•**^ worm, scabies, pityriasis, and
the parasitical dermatoses in general.

EUROPHEN

5UBSTITUTE for iodoform, cicatri-
5ant, and local dressing for ca-
tarrhal, ulcerative and l-ietic l3S(ons.

EUROPHEN=ARISTOL

THIS is a mixture of these remedies.
It is thought to combine the ad.
vantages of both.






Pamphlets forwarded by

W. H. Schieffelin & Co., New York.

Sole Agents and Licensees for the United States.



PuIy* Antiseptic Comp.

^ K»NYON. *

(A GOLDEN YELLOW POWDER)

Contains the antiseptic properties of Thyme, Gaultheria, Mentha
and eucalyptus, in combination with Alumen, Sodium Borate, Acid
Carbolic and Acid Boracic, with the valuable addition of Golden
Seal, which comes highly recommended for its peculiar local alter-
ative effect. Specially useful in the treatment of catarrh and ulcer-
ations of the mucous membrane, also a valuable remedy for Leu-
corrhcea. Gonorrhoea, Pruritis Vulvae and all abnormal discharges.

rklBECTIONS— Twoteaspoonfulsto beadded to a pint of tepid water and injected freely 2 or 3 times a
" day. As a local application to Ulcers, Wounds, Abscesses, or as a Gargle, Inhalant, &c., it should be
diluted according to the condition of the case. Use the powder dry in the room when desired as a disinfect-
ant Prophylactic.

PRICE 75 CENTS BOTTLE,
Samples furnished cheerfully and promptly to all physicians.



MANUFACTURED AT Kenyoii CheiTiical Works,

BALTIMORE, MD.

SAFE WHY RELIABLE

Do The Best Practitioners Prescribe
The Only Successful Anodyne, Analgesic and Antipyretic.

Because it is in strict compliance with "The Professional Code of Ethics," and being the only
product of the kind giving its formula, which is as follows :

Acetanilid C. P. . . . _ 2p

Benzo-Salicylate Ammonium . , j- „

do do Caeffein



Potassium . . , -

Sodium . . . ■ jg;^^



The above formula will at once show that "CA-TAL-GINE" is indicated in the treatment 01
Neuralgia, Myalgia, Sciatica, Acute Rheumatism, Hemicrania, Colds, La Grippe Typhoid and
Pneumonia Fevers, as well in all forms of Headaches and Nervous Troubles, in all a general Pain
Reliever. Is advertised strictly and only to the Medical Profession, to which, upon receipt of the

Low Price of Seventy Cents, Postage Prepaid,

will send One Ounce of Ca-tal-gine in Powder or 5 gr. Tablets Respectfully,

CATALGINE CHEMICAL CO., Lebanon, Mo

Send for Pamphlete of What is Ca-tal-gine.



SBABURY'S

ASTRINGENT GUM WASH



^^m








\^ -V^ \i«.t\J ^^t.t.\_X K^ VGKVvCV^ .



WHITE OAK BARK.
IN USE

30

YEARS.



■AN-



INVIGORATING TONIC.



Seabury's Astringent Gum Wash is a saturated
solution of White Oak Bark, carefully prepared, and
is intended to be used to allay any inflammation of the
mucous membranein the mouth, throat, nasal passages,
stomach or intestines.

Use fall strength only in the mouth. Dilute with
water when used for other parts.

Dose.— For adult, teaspoonfulof Wash with teaspoon
ful of water.

It acts mildly and quickly on all congested parts,
and is pleasant to the taste.

It will be found of great assistance in cases of Catarrh,
Bleeding Gums, Ulcers, Canker, Tonsilitls. Diphtheria
and Dysentery.

It may be used freely as a gargle.



ntErABED BY



F. W. SEABURY, PROVIDENCE, R. I.

FOR SAIjE by all. DRUGGI8T8.

Please Mention Charlotte Medical Journal.



THE rARGKST »«CJRGlCAI. HVSTHtrMEyT HOUSE llV THE SOlTttJ*



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Superior Surgical Instruments,

TRUSSES, BANDAGES, SUPPORTERS,
Elastic Stockings, Etc.

1311 East Main Street, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.

iir.'Clias. M. Shields'

ATOMIZER.



FOR




This superior Atomizer is
made of best Hard Rubber.
The tube has a large inside
diameter, so as to spray wa-
tery or oily solutions. The
atomizing tube is made in
two pieces and each part can
easily be replaced and clean -
ed. The Atomizer



W /I i iwXN. X i|[!iliH ^^sBKm Straight, flat laryngeal and a

large, olive-shaped, nasal

OR Ifl'flH , - ^^H^^^^H^ '^'P' which is of great value

If'tivim ^^^^^^^^^1^^^^ for anterisr Nasal Spraying.

Oily Solutions.

PRICE— Complete with 3 Nozzles, - - - *J-75 Net.

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" " '• I " . . . - 1,25 "

^^'Unprecedented success in fitting of Trusses and Abdominal Supporters. Fit guaranteed. A lady
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Please Mention Charlotte Med'cal Journal. _

TWO IDEAL PREPARATIONS!

SAIGUmOL.

REGISTERED.

A purified Petroleum base medicated with nitrate sang-uinaria and
antiseptics.

Unsurpassed in the treatment of all nasal and bronchial affections.
Applied as a spray to the diseased mucous membranes. Banguinol forms
a protecting coat which evenly distributes the medicament over their
surfaces, the effect of which is long- continued

Pat up ill Pint Bottles. Semi for Literature. $1.00 per bottle.

ANTILUPIA.

.XNTIFYRETIC, ANODYNE, ANTALGIC.

A long coittinaed series of experiments, backed by thorough therapeutic tests, and these
followed by the immense number of enconiums received by us after the introduction of Antilu-
pia, warrant us in the assertion that it is the BEST of the many remedies of this class on the
market, aside from its extremely low price.

"Wherever there k pain, wherever opiates are indicated, wherever there is an increase in,
temperature, Antilupia may be exhibited with perfect safety and with the happiest results-
Samples furnished on application. Price 60c. per Oz. Ill Tablets, 55c. per Oz.

NORWICH PHARMACAL CO., Norwich, N. Y.
New York Office 140 Willitiiii S*



YINMARIM



"The Standard Prepapatioo of Erythroxyk Coca.



Before tlie Medical Profession 30
years, and invariably gives uniform
satisfaction. ■

We respectfully ask thorougli
testing, strictly UPON ITS OWN
MERITS, to prove the exception-
ally igh reputation it holds.

Owing to correspondence on the
•subject, we regret being compelled
to caution, that inferior Coca pre-
parations are frequently substi-
tuted upon patients, and, as we do
not advertise to the public, ph3^si'
cians will kindly be particular to
insist on "F/iV MARIANi:'



We will be happy to forward,
post-paid, to any physician men-
tioning this journal,

A Handsomely Cloth- Hound,
Illustrated Book,

detailing Formulae, Dose, Physio-
logical Effects and Therapeutic In-
dications of Coca, as also other
interesting reading matter connect-
ed with the subject, by European
and American observers.




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MARIANI St CO.



52 West 15th Street, NEW YORK.
Paris — 41 Boulevard Haussmann; Laboratory, Neuilly s'Seine.
London — 239 Oxford Street



DOCTOR :— We have in



FORBES' DIASTASE



a product of MALT, of uniform strength, containing the nutri-
ent, reconstructive and tonic properties of ordinary extracts of
Malt, but having the advantage of smaller dosage and celerity of



action.



It will digest more starch in a specified time than saliva can.



We recommend it particularly in Dyspepsia, and as dyspepsia
is a concomitant of fever, it will be found of benefit in all fevers.

It will promptly check Diarrhoea, Colic, Flatulence and Tym-
panites. If you will try

FORBES' DIASTASE,

you will be surprised with the happy effects and will be pleased to
use it. The dose is from one drop to two teaspoonfuls, depending
on the condition and age of the patient. We can suggest a
variety of combinations with it. Any information we can im-
part concerning its use will be gladly communicated. And free
trial samples will be sent you on request.

Yours truly,

The Fories Diastase Co*

CINCINNATI, OHIO.



INDiaPUXABLB RAOTS.



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"H. V. C."

(Hayden's Viburnum Compound.)

Is acknowledged by the majority of the Medical Profession in the
United States to be the Standard Remedy for

AILMENTS of WOMEN

AND IN

OBSTETRIC PRACTICE

FOR

It is PROMPT and immediate in its action.
It is RELIABLE.

It is perfectly SAFE in any and all cases.
It is free from NARCOTICS and POISONS.
It is superior to Ergot in all cases.

^C Nn Accident Ever Occurred
from its Administr^tion.^JLii__

It is agreeable to the Patient.
It is satisfactory to the Prescriber.

It is recommended and prescribed by the most eminent physicians in this country.
It is largely employed in the great Hospitals and Remedial institutioais.
It has been in the hands of the medical profession more than twenty-five years.
// has been indorsed by the written statements of more medical men than al
other similar preparations combined in the world.

Reference : the majority of the Medical Profession of the
United States and Australia.

For Formulas, Special Directions, Report of Cases, Treatment,
and written endorsements of FIVE THOUSAND Physicians,
send your address for our large Handbook, FREE to Physicans
only.

Write only for H. V. C. All reliable Druggists. Put up in
4 oz., lo oz., and i6 oz., bottles.

NEW YORK PHARMACEUTICAL CO.,

BEDFORD SPRINGS, MASS.



Never Produces

sick stomach nor
unpleasant head ^^grmif



Always Produces

the same therapeutic
effect as Sulphate
of Quinine.



TASTELESS TONICS

made by combining
FEBRILINE with iron by

Hydrogen, Carbonate of Iron, or

Iodide of Potassium



o. TASTELESS .^

quiNiH^ -



1^



It is
the active principle of

Amorphous Quinine

Teaspoonful equals two grains of the Sul-
phate. Price reduced 33 1-3 per cent.
Samples sent free.



Drs. Duncan Eve and Chas. C. Thompson, of Nashville, Tenn., says: " 'Lyon's Tasteless Preparations of
"Quinine' are all that is claimed for them, and as palatable as sugar."

Dr. S. N. Marshall, of Jeffersontown, Ky., says: "Children take it as readily as if it was simple syrup, and
"its effect is just as satisfactory as the quinine itself. I will use it always for children and sensitive stomachs

Dr. A. Louis Jackson, of Air Mount, Miss., says: "It is the only preparation of Tasteless Quinine that I
"find entirely satisfactory. I deem it invaluable for infants and children, and it is as eflScient in its action in
•'every way as the Sulphate."

SAMPLES SExVT FREE BY MAIL..

PARIS MEDICINE COMPANY,

212 N. Main S t., St. Louis, Mo.

Sold by Burwell & Dunn, Charlotte, N. C.




The Substitute for Cod Liver Oil



(Emulsio LIni. Comp.)
Prepared EXCLUSIVELY for Physicians.

Th!8oll la made from the cnrofui'v pf^lectf-d gear's by a special process, which removes all foreign
substances. By this process ouly, r..ncidity is avoitlod.

It Keeps Perfectly in Any Climat e.
It Is combined with the

nypoplwuphifc of Iron, on of Eiica lypt ns, C. P. A lthxa Officinalis, Dilute
Ilydrocynnic Acid, nti:;ir:ni!i,Cl:iccrhie, c'p.'and Oil of GauUlicria, C. P.



T^ypropor mixing, it mukos a pleasant, slightly flavored cream, which is acceptable to the most
atlicate stomach.

It is more pal.itablo, and of greater therapeutic value than emuls'

Its building quolitlos are unrxcelled and its hoalin'? effects on t>
air passagesand ( f the lung tissue are simply marvelous. It is in
Acute and Chonic Lrunchitis, Marasmus, and all Waiting Disease

One pound sample bottle cent to any Physician who will pay <
PRICE OXB DOLLAR PER P'

Danbury Pharmacal Association, - 1 ry, Conn., U. S. A,



of cod liver oil.
icbi, mucous membrane of the
I in the treatment of Phthisis,
.rrboi.I.?, !5crofula,Ricketg, etc.
charges. Pamphlet sent free.



AS A PHYSICIAN

wlio desires to keep "abreast the times," you should not fail to
test the merits of

Syr: Hypopiios: Comp:



The formula of this preparation shows a combination not to be
found in any other tonic. Two of the ingredients, Pepsine and
Lactic Acid (the best digestives known), have been added to a
combination of Hypophosphites with Strychnine and Arsenic, and
thus aids digestion when acting as a tonic. It is a perfect Tonic
for convalescents. It has no equal in the treatment of Pulmonary
Tuberculosis. It is carefully prepared by a competent pharma
cist and offered to the practitioner as a Superior Medicine,

T|@=^ Sample and formula on application.

GOODWYNS SYRUP CO., Macon, Ga

Doctor, Do You Carry

YOUR MEDICINES WITH YOU ?

If So, Have You Learned

ABOUT OUR DOSIMETRIC GRANULES ?



THE FOLLOWINQ ARE THE POINTS

OF EXCELLENCE THEY PRESENT:

1. They contain only the active principles of drugs freed from the coarser, crude, inert or often
injurious materials with which they are associated in their native state.

2. They are readily soluble, prompt in their eflects, of known strength and activity, in accu-
rately measured doses. This cannot be said of titictiires, fluid extracts and other preparations of
the crude drug, as test analyses show that hardly any two samples contain the same proportion oi

the active ingredient.

3- They are so very minute that you can carry a large supply in a pocket case. We have
pocket cases that will carry twelve, twenty-four, forty-eight, sixty or ninety vials.

4. They are so convenient to take and to carry about the person that they please the patients.

5. They are very cheap, costing only about one-tenth the cost of druggists' prescriptions.
There are many other things th t may be said and that are said by our enthusiastic customer

every day.

EXCHANGE THE SHOT-GUN FOR A RIFLE I

^P"Send for Price List, etc. and be sure to mention this journal.

THE PHILADELPHIA DOSIMETRIC CO.,

20th and Market Streets^ Philadelphia,



P EACOCK'S B BOMIDES

(SYR: BROM: COMP: PEACOCK.)

Each fluid drachm represents 15 grains of the Combined C. P. Bromides of
Potassium, Sodium, Calcium. Ammonium and Lithium.

Uses: Epilepsy, Uterine Congestion, Headache, and all
Congestive, Convulsive and Reflex Neuroses.

This preparation produces resuSts which can not be obtained
from the use of commercial Brcmsde substitutes.

DOSE. -One to two FLUSD dfachms, in WATER, three or more tinries a day.

C H I O N I A CHIONANTHUS.

Uses; Bllioosness, !m&m, Sfspepsia, Gonstipaiion, and ail

Blseases Gaoseii gy Hepatic Torpor.

CHIONIA stimulates the Liver and restores it to a
healthy condition, without^ debilitating the system by
Catharsi s; does not purge, per se, but under its use the
Liver and Bowels gradualb/ resume their normal functions.

DOSE.— One Fluid Drachm three times a day.

SAMPLES SENT TO ANY PHYSICIAN WHO WILL PAY EXPRESS CHAESES.

PEACOCK CHEMICAL CO,, - ST. LOUIS,

Cacti N A Fillets.

\^ -y — Indicated in abnormal heart action, mental

L^l V- depression, and general debility.

' - Cactina is the best cardiac and general tonic in

/' the materia medica, and, therefore, Indispensable

in the treatment of every form of weal<ness.

K B^'Kach Pillet represents one one-hundredth of a grain of Cactina— the

^V\ /f^\ f\'\ \ active proximate principle of Cactus Mexicaua.

\'t^\ ^j^-* " ^ ^ DOSE.— One Pillet every hour, or less often, as indicated.



H,



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PRICE. PER BOTTLE (100 PiLLETS), 25 GENTS.
Samples Mailed Free to any Physician Sending His Address.



SULTAN DRUG CO., St. Louis and London.



uckley's Uterine Tonic



Is a widely and justly celebrated remedy for many of the functional ills peculiar to
women. It is applicable as a regulator to all periods of life. As one becomes acquainted
with its actual value the uses to which it will be put are legion. All conjestive, patho-
logical conditions yield, the cause having been removed, like magic. For formula and
price, see general list.

Dr. L,. G. Walker, Pound, Wisconsin, voices the general sentiment by saying,
"I think they are gra?id.^'

Literature will be sent on application, and with each order detailed directions for
use, as well as valuable records of cases, and notes from Dr. Buckley.

Sample PMal WMail, lOc, 12 PMals, $1,00; Per 1000 OraMlss, $8.00.



Abbott's Depleting: Suppository

Is a popular substitute for the time-honored boroglyceride tampon, and is the neatest
and most efficient agent we possess with which to deplete congested pelvic viscera. It
dissolves slowly and acts for many hours. Being strongly antiseptic, it is highly cura-
tive as well.

This suppository contains over 30grs. each of boracic acid and glycerine, is carefully
coated with cocoa butter, and, with care, will keep nicely. It should always be used in
connection with the above "Tonic." Per box of 12, by mail, 35c ; three boxes for |i.oo.

Send for complete list of Dosimetric Granules and other supplies.



Mention This Journal.



Dr. W. C. ABBOTT, Ravenswood, Chicago, 111.



IDFe. JTLJI^IXLJS F"E:;t^l-i'S



"Compound Taloum"

^'BABY POWDERS"

THE

« HYGIENIC DERMAL POWDER"

FOR

Infants and Adults.

Originally investigated and its therapeutic proper-
ties discovered in the year 1866 by Dr. Fehr,
and introduced to the Medical and Pharma-
ceutical Professions in the year 1S73.

Composition — Silicate of Magnesia witH
Carbolic and Salicylic Acids.

Properties : — Antiseptic, Antizymotic
and Disinfectant.

Useful as a General Sprinkling Powder;
with positive Hygienic, Proph3dactic
and Therapeutic properties.

H^^Good in all affections of the Skin.

SOLD BY THE DRUG TRADE GENERALLY.

Per Box, plain, 25c; per box perfumed, 50c. Per Dozen, plain

S1.75; per dozen, perfumed, 53.50.

The Manupaoturer,

JULIUS FEHR, M. D.. Ancient Pharmacist

HOBOKEN, N. J.
Only advertised in Medical and Pharmaceutical Prints.




ROBINSON'S

ELIXIR i PARALDEHYD,

HYPNOTIC, SEDATIVE,

ANODYNE, DIURETIC.

f] J, J, , SLEEPLESSNESS, IRRITABILITY, NERVOUSNESS,
O^UttUnOm: HEADACHE, COLIC, Etc.

In doses of 45 grains, it calms restlessness and insomnia, and
procures unbroken sleep of from four to seven hours duration,
leaving behind neither languor, nausea, nor digestive disorders.

It is proposed as possessing the good without the evil quali-
ties of Chloral.

Our Elixir contains 45 grains of the Paraldehyd in each fluid
ounce, dissolved in an aromatic menstruum whereby the objection-
able taste of the chemical is to a great extent disguised, and the
preparation rendered palatable.

Dose— Two to eight fluidrachms. PINT BOTTLES, $1.50.
N.B. — We also make a 25 per cent, strength. Price per Pint $2.

Please Specify "ROBINSON'S."

Obtainable through Druggists generally.

ELEGANT PHARMACEUTICAL SPECIALTIES.



ROBIISOHmPETTIT CO.

(Successors to R. A. ROBINSON & CO.)

LOUISVILLE, KY.



Manufacturing Pharmacists,

(ESTABLISHED 1842. INCORPORATED 1890.)

Preparations of Higliest Standard of EicellcBce as to QUALITY, ACCURACY and APPEABANCE,

ASSURE PRACTITIONERS that they can depend upon obtaining satisfactory results from tha use of
the prudncts of their Laboratory.

Robinson's Hypophosphites,

Nutritive, Tonic, Alterative.

Robinson's Hypophosphites with Wild Cherry Bark,

A Very Valuable Combination.

Lime Juice and Pepsin, valuable Digestive Agent.
Aromatic Fluid Pepsin,

Dyspepsia, Indigestion or any Digestive Disorders.

Phosphoric Elixir, Modified Form Chemical Food.
Elixir Paraldehyd, Hypnotic, sedative, Anodyne. Wlue Coca, Nerve Stimulant,

In prescribing please specify "ROBINSONS-" Leading Druggists carry them in stock.




AUGUSTA BREWING CO.

I^a.ge:r Beer.

Doctors Recominend It.

Corner College and 4tli Sts. . B. L. WEDENFELLER,

CHARJLOTTE. N. O.

PHYSICIANS SHOULD COMMUNICATE WITH

THE WEEKS DRUG & CHEMICAL CO.

JACKSON, MICHIGAN,

In Reference to a41 Physicians' Supplier

Business methods are new and progaessive and it
pays to get out of the ruts and investigrte goods and
prices. Owing to peculiarly favorable facilities an^
conditions, we can save you A GOOD PERCii^NTs
AGE on all Medicines. Our Pharmacists are spe-
ciallj^ educated and trained for their work, our labo-
ratories finely equipped with the most advanced ap-
pliances, and our products are guaranteed to be ot

the highest obtainable grade known to Pharmacy. We manufacture Fluid Extracts, Compressed

Tablets and Lozenges, Elixirs, Syrups, Medicated Wines, Suppositories, etc. Special formulas filled

promptly. Price list free on application; every physician should have it.

SPECIAL— We will send carriage paid for S2, an elegant seal-grained leather Pocket-Case

withjpocket, containing twelve 2-drachm vials filled with Compressed Tablets of Standard Medi-»

cines used in daily practice.

SAVE THB BABIBSI

e. scientific analysis, by Prof. Albert R, Leeds, Ph. D., Stevens' Tn8titnt,e. and
its extensive use during the late hot weather prove

Sctamachefs Infant Food

the best balanced and most reliable substitue for Mothers' Natural Nourishment,
which has a marvelous effect upon weak and puny babies.

It is a Cereal Food, Palatable, Nutritious and salutary.

Testimonials with comparative analysis mailed on application.
Will express, charges prepaid, one pound sample package on receipt of 50 cents,

THE AMERICAN CEREAL CO., Akron, Ohio.

Mention The Charlotte Medical Journal

The World's Aotipyretic, Aaalpc aod Auodyne.

Excellent in all kinds H . « ft ^^.m SUBSTITUTE FOR MORPHIA.

ofHeadache. Safe and UHmff an entirely NEW

SHRE. Relieves Sciatica, il|l | 11 J% COAL TAR DERIYATIYE.

Myalgia, Hemicrania, Typhoid lU |J I .f) 1) P,t up for Physicians

Fever, and troubles due to irregular- ^ ||ll U ^^ ^^^ forms-POWERED

ities of Menstruation, Works like a charm, At and 5 gr. tablets.

Samples of each sent on application.

Trade Supplied by United States and Canada Jobbers.

ANTIDOLOR CHEMICAL COMPANY, SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS.

PRIGS. P£R OONOB. 73 OBNTS.



ANN OUNOBM BNT.
The Animal Extracts

Perfectly sterilized— prepared according to Dr. William A. Ham-
mond's formulae, in his laboratory at Washington, D. C, and
tinder his immediate supervision, can now be obtained directly of
The Columbia Chemical Company, 90 South Fifth Avenue, New
York, or through any druggist, at the price $2.00 a bottle.

THE EXTRACTS AT PRESENT MANUFACTURED ARE :

C"^'S.'^'B'SL"\'^"^ from the brain, for diseases of the brain ;



■>^"^T>\5"L»"L. V^^"^ from the spinal cord, for diseases of the cord



C)^"S.\> V'H'Si from the heart, for diseases of the heart ;



^"S*^^ \'>^'Ei from the testes, for diseases of the testes ;



0"Y^T3L\'^"^ from the ovaries, for diseases of the ovaries;



Others are in process of preparation, and when ready the
fact will be duly announced to the Profession.

Several months are required for the extraction of the essential
principle of the organs. Extracts purporting to be made in a few
days are absolutely inert, and, from their liability to decomposition,
are dangerous.

All the existing literature on the subject of

The Animal Extracts,

MADE BY DR. HAMMOND'S PROCESS

and used in accordance with his theory of their action, will be
supplied to members of the medical profession GRATIS on

APPLICATION TO

The Columbia Chemical Co.

90 South Fifth Avenue, New York.



SANMBTTO

FOR—

GENITO - URINARY DISEASES.

A Scientmc Blending of True Santal and Saw Palmetto in a
Pleasant Aromatic Vehicle.

SPECIALLY VALUABLE IN

Prostatic Troubles of Old Men-Pre-Senility,
Difficult Micturition— Uretliral Inflammation,
Ovarian Pains— Irritable Bladder.

Positive Merit as a Rebiiilder.

DOSE : — One teaspoonful four times a day.

OD CHEM. CO.. Hew York.



APPODYNA.

ANTI-PYRETIC ANALGESIC ANTI-RHEUMA TIC

This new synthetic product, whose base is a coal tar derivative, possesses all the advantages
of the most approved Anodvne, Nervine, Sedative, or Hvpnotic, and can oe used without danger
of untoward after effects Its most etficient action is fully set forth in a circular which we shall



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