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SAL HEPATICA

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THE JOURNAL OF CUTANEOUS DISEASES

INCLUDING SYPHILIS

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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE AMERICAN

DERMATOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. A. D. MEWBORN, M.D., EDITOR ... NEW YORK

Subscription 84 00 per year. Sample copy on request of the publishers.

The original efferves-
cing Saline Laxative and Uric
Acid Solvent. A combination of
the Tonic, Alterative and Lax-
ative Salts similar to the cele-
bratec Bitter Waters of Europe,
fortified by addition of Lithium
and Sodium Phosphates. It
stimulates liver, tones intes-
tinal glands, purifies alimen-
tary tract, improves digestion,
assimilation and metabolism.
Especially valuable in rheu-
matism, gout, bilious attacks,
constipation. Most efficient
in eliminating toxic products
from intestinal tract or blood,
and correcting vicious or
impaired functions.
Write for froe samples.

BRISTOL-MYERS CO.,
Brooklyn, New York City.

THE GRAFTON PRESS 70 Fifth Avenue,

NEW YORK

When writing to our advertising patrons kindly mention the Medical Fortnightly.

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Surgical and Gynecological Chair

SIMPLE..
STRONG..

ORNAMENTAL
N the McDANNOLD Surgical and
I Gynecological Chair we have endeay-
ored to combine all the elements neces-
sary to the successful operation and
treatment of surgical, gynecological and
rectal diseases, besides its value as a gen-
eral utility chair, for examination of the
eye, ear, nose, throat, chest, abdomen, and
many other uses that will suggest them-
selves to the practical physician.

Practically Indestructible The motions of this Chair are universal, including the ROTARY motion, and there are no complicated mechanism, noisy or intricate fastenings. One important feature is the universal head rest which can be put to any position with a single set screw. This chair raises and lowers. Send for catalogue and prices of this Improved Chair. Manufactured by

1416 Sarah Street,
ST. LOUIS, Mo.

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Do not jeopardize your patient's Ulfe by patronizing a druggist who will substitute.

WHEN YOU DESIRE CELL NOURISHMENT IN TYPHOID AND OTHER FEVERS'

YOU SHOULD TRY

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It differs from the ordinary liquid foods, for it is a saturated solution of nucleo-albumens and nucleo-proteids, the highest and most assimilable form of nutriment.

Dispensed in a menstruum of pancreatized gluten and peptone and contains only 13.6 per cent alcohol by weight to preserve the organic matter, so should be given in wine when stimulation is neces. sary.

Send for samples and prove its clinical worth.

REED & CARNRICK, Nos. 42-44.46 Germania, Ave. . . JERSEY CITY, N. J.

In all disorders of the respiratory tract in which inflammation or cough is a conspicuous factor, incomparably beneficial

results can be secured by the administration of

Glyco-Heroin (Smith)

The preparation instantly diminishes cough,
augments expulsion of secretions, dispels
oppressive sense of suffocation, restores
regular, pain-free respiration and subdues

inflammation of the air passages. The marked analgesic, antispasmodic, balsamic, expectorant, mucus.modifying and inflammation-allaying properties of GLYCO-HEROIN (Smith) explain the curative

action of the Preparation in the treatment of

Coughs, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Laryngitis, Pulmonary Phthisis, Asthma, Whooping Cough

and the various disorders of the breathing passages.

GLYCO-HEROIN (Smith) is admittedly the ideal heróin product. It is superior to preparations containing codeine or morphine, in that it is vastly more potent and does

not beget the bye-effects common to those drugs.

DOSE.—The adult dose is one teaspoonful, repeated every two or three hours. For children of more than

three years of age, the dose is from five to ten drops. Samples and exhaustive literature bearing upon the preparation will be sent, post paid, on request.

MARTIN H. SMITH COMPANY,

NEW YORK, U. S. A.

OF

UNCINARIA AMERICANA

(HOOK WORM)

THE ANAEMIA OF HOOKWORM DISEASE
(Ankylostomiasis) is a peculiar Anaemia that is
caused by the parasite (Uncinaria Americana)
sucking the blood from the duodenum, greatly
diminishing the red blood corpuscles and the
amount of haemoglobin. The parasite devitalizes
the blood and the patient is robbed of vitality, has
an appearance of malnutrition, and becomes
stunted in growth, and a pale physical weakling.
This species of Anaemia has for years baffled the
skill of the practitioner ; but it is now proved that
by first starving and purging the patient and then
administering proper remedies to destroy the
Uncinaria, following with a systematic course of
PEPTO-MANGAN (“GUDE"), the dreaded disease
is overcome and a positive cure results.

Pepto-Mangan ("Gude")

To assure the proper
filling of prescriptions,
order Pepto-Mangan
(“Gude") in original
bottles containing 3 xi.

IT IS NEVER
SOLD IN BULK.

builds blood rapidly. It is readily absorbed, and
quickly increases the red blood corpuscles and the
amount of haemoglobin.
PEPTO-MANGAN restores the DEVITALIZED
BLOOD to its normal condition. The blood
becomes rich, and the patient regains vitality,
renewed strength and color.
Administered after proper treatment for the
destruction of the UNCĪNARIA AMERICANA,
Pepto-Mangan rapidly restores the blood to its
normal germicidal potency.
PEPTO-MANGAN (“Gude") is ready for quick
absorption and rapid infusion into the circulating
fluid and is consequently of marked and certain
value in all forms of Anaemia.

Samples and literature

upon application.

M. J. BREITENBACH COMPANY,

53 WARREN STREET, NEW YORK.

LABORATORY,

LEIPZIG, GERMANY.

BACTERIOLOGICAL WALL CHART FOR THE PHYSICIAN'S OFFICE, One of our scientific, and artistically produced, bacteriological charts in colors, exhibiting 60 different path: ogenic micro-organisms, will be mailed free to any regular medical practitioner, upon request, mentioning this journal.

M. J. BREITENBACH CO., New York.

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