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ARISTOL.

ARISTOL, a combination of iodine and thymol. manufactured by the Farbenfabriken, formerly Friedr. Bayer & Co ́, Elberfeld, Germany, is a valuable, inodorous and non-toxic antiseptic remedy said to be superior to Iodoform, Iodole and SozoIodole.

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ARISTOL is insoluble in water and glycerine, and very sparingly in alcohol, but is very easily soluble in ether and chloroform. The ether solution is precipitated by the addition of alcohol. ARISTOL is very freely soluble in fatty oils solution must be made in the cold, by stirring, as the use of heat causes a decomposition. For the same reason it is necessary to protect the body from light and keep it in opaque bottles. It very readily adheres to the skin, and can thus be used as à powder strewn over wounds and burns.

In cases of mycosis it also acts well, and more quickly than any other known remedy, and does not cause irritation, like so many drugs.

The effective use of ARISTOL in psoriasis is of great interest, as our Materia Medica has hitherto supplied us with no non-poisonous drug, save only chrysarobin, the use of which is associated with a deep skin coloration and conjunctivitis-drawbacks from which ARISTOL is absolutely free.

In case of lupus it is said to surpass even the best known remedies.

The value of ARISTOL can scarcely be over-estimated, as we have in it a drug possessing the good properties of Iodoform, but free from its toxic qualities. Its freedom, too, from any suspicious odor will be at once appreciated, both by the physician and his patient.

ARISTOL, prepared by the Farbenfabriken, formerly Friedr. Bayer & Co., Elberfeld, is supplied by us in ounces..

SULFONAL-BAYER.

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The value of Sulfonal in children's diseases.-DR. WILLIAM C. WILE sent a paper with this title to the American Medical Association, in which he stated that Sulfonal was the ideal hypnotic. It was without the bad effects of opium and the uncertainty of the bromides. It could be given in ten grain doses. It quieted reflex irritability. It did not constipate nor disturb the stomach. In one case in which a drachm was taken accidentally in ten-grain doses, there was a deep slumber lasting twenty four hours, slight fever, but a normal pulse and respiration.-Medical Record, New York.

DR. HENRY M. FIELD, in a paper presented to the American Medical Association, says: "Clinically observed, we recognize in Sulfonal a mild calmative, a slowly, but progressively acting hypnotic; it has no other action, and its operation is attended by no complications, near or remote. It is therefore a pure hypnotic, and, we submit, it is the only pure hypnotic we possess, up to date. -New England Medical Monthly.

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Sulfonal-Bayer, prepared by the Farbenfabriken, formerly Friedr. Bayer & Co., Elberfeld, is supplied by us in ounces and in the form of Tablets of 5, 10 and 15 grains, put up in bottles of 10 and 100 tablets each.

We also offer Sulfonal-Bayer in the form of our soluble pills containing 5 grains each.

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PHENACETINE-BAYER.

Phenacetine in Insomnia,—DR. F. PEYRE PORCHER, of Charleston, S. C., writes: "I desire to call special attention to the extreme value of Phenacetine as a remedy for insomnia. Given at night in a little water it is tasteless, innocuous, and induces sleep. I am confident. also, after repeated trials, that it is the best and most unobjectionable substitute for morphia. It causes sleep when, of course, pain is in abeyance, unless the pain be more than ordinary, and morphia hypodermically may then be required. The remedy may be repeated and the dose increased to seven or ten grains

'Suffering from chronic rheumatism of the forearm, I have tested it repeatedly in my own person, and have given it to many who have suffered from insomnia, or inability to sleep from any transient cause, fatigue, nervousness, excitement, etc., in either sex.” *** *—Medical Record, New York.

Phenacetine-Bayer, prepared by the Farbenfabriken, formerly Friedr. Bayer & Co., Elberfeld, is also in the form of our soluble pills and compressed tablets, containing two, four and five grains each. of any respectable apothecary.

supplied by us in ounces and Either form may be obtained

It gratifies us to be able to announce that PHENACETINE, SULFONAL and SALOL have been incorporated into the new German Pharmacopoeia just issued, and have been proposed by the General Medical Council of Great Britain for introduction into the forthcoming Addendum to the British Pharmacopoeia. This action confirms and endorses our judgment in introducing these valuable remedies to the medical profession of the United States, and is a natural sequence of the favorable results experienced in their employment, and of the brilliant and conclusive testimony thereof, which had been so freely furnished by the most talented of the profession both in Europe and in the United States.

W. H. Schieffelin & Co.,

170 & 172 WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK.

THE IMPORT OF DIFFERENCES IN THE PULSES. A difference in the radial pulses in a patient was long thought to be indicative of the existence of an aneurism of the aorta, or of one of the great vessels coming from it, but recent observations have shown that although the characters of the pulse, which have been regarded as pathognomonic of aneurisms, are not due to aneurisms, per se, in that they may not only be present without a concomitant aneurism, but may be absent when that condition exists. According to Ziemssen, the phenomena are due to a narrowing of the artery-innominate or sub

DR. KNORR'S

TRABE MARK

ANTIPYRINE.

Soluble in Cold Water.

DR. GERMAIN SEE, PARIS, prefers Antipyrine to Morphine in Hypodermic Injections, to relieve pain. J. MOVIUS & SON, New York, SOLE LICENSEES FOR THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Successors to LUTZ & MOVIUS.

clavian, as the case may be--and while it may occur in aneurism, as the result of pressure, for example, it is most frequently the result of arteritis deformans, an atheromatous condition of arteries which often causes narrowing of the vessel. Ziemssen mentions 8 cases in which the pulse tracing had given rise to the suspicion of aneurism, but in which post-mortem examination revealed exclusively arterial lesions of this nature. Inasmuch as arterio-sclerosis of the aorta is much more common than aneurism, the subject is of importance in prognosis as well as in diagnosis, and should receive special attention.-Hospital Gazette.

The best known of all modern antipyretics; has a world-wide reputation. Antipyrine reduces temperature quickly, safely, and without any secondary effects.

Recommended in Diseases of Childhood, Typhoid Fever, Erysipelas, Acute Rheumatism, Phthisis, HEADACHE, MIGRAINE, Hay Fever, Asthma, Seasickness, WHOOPING-COUGH, Diabetes.

VAPNIA

SVAPNIA has been in steadily increasing use for over twenty years, and whenever used has given great satisfaction.
TO PHYSICIANS OF REPUTE, not already acquainted with its merits, samples will be mailed on application.
SVAPNIA is made to conform to a uniform standard of Opium of Ten
per cent. Morphia strength.
JOHN FARR, Manufacturing Ĉhemist, New York.

C. N. CRITTENTON, Gen'l Agent, 115 Fulton St., NEW YORK, To whom all orders for samples must be addressed.

SVAPNIA IS FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.

ALL DOCTORS KNOW

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The place to purchase

most Complete and Reliab e ELECTRO-MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS

line of

At Reasonable Prices, is at

WAITE & BARTLETT MANUFACTURING CO.,

143 East 23d Street,

ALL GOODS WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
Send postal for Illustrated Catalogue, and note names of the eminent physicians using our Instruments.

Tasteless Syrup

FEBRILINE,

·OR—

of Amorphous Quinine.

NEW YORK.

(LYONS'.)

FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN.

Each Teaspoonful is equal to 2 Grains of Sulphate of Quinine.

CHILDREN TAKE IT AND NEVER KNOW IT IS MEDICINE.

Aledo, Parker County, Tex., Jan. 25, '88. DEAR SIRS:-I have used the Tasteless Syrup of Quinine sent me, and am highly pleased with it. Children and infants take it without any trouble, and it is as effective as the Sulphate of Quinine in controlling malaria. O. MORSE, M. D. Jeffersontown, Ky., Jan. 25, '88. SIRS: I used your Tasteless Quinine and find it all that is claimed for it. 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 of adults. S. Ñ. MARSHALL, M. D.

Never produces Sick Stomach, and always produces the same result as the bitter Quinine. In the manufacture of Quinine there is left, after crystalizing the Quinine, a dark colored substance known as Amorphous Quinine. We have, by purifying the Amorphous Quinine, obtained a pure alkaloid, the active principle of this Amorphous Quinine, which we have rendered tasteless, and which is equal to the Sulphate Quinine in every respect. It is tasteless because it is insoluble in the mouth, but dissolves readily in the acids of the stomach. We use no Tannin, and no Yerba Santa, which contains a large per cent. of Tannin. Potash.

Physicians can make Tasteless Tonics for Children and Ladies by combining with the Febriline, Iron By Hydrogen, Carbonate of Iron, or Iodide of A tasteless tonic can be made by adding Iron By Hydrogen, Carbonate of Iron or Iodide of Potash.

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Air Mount, Miss., Jan. 28, '88.

Paris Medicine Co., Paris, Tenn.

GENTS: Your preparation of Lyons' Tasteless Quinine was received. I was highly pleased with the use of it. 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 efficient in its action in every way as the Sulphate. A. LOUIS JACKSON, M. D. Dallas, Tex. I have always found this preparation perfectly reliable where an antespasmodic was indicated. Its disguise makes it very agreeable to children. J. R. BRIGGS, M. D.

-MANUFACTURED BY
PARIS MEDICINE COMPANY, DRUGGISTS and CHEMISTS, PARIS, TENN.
Physicians are requested to write for sample, which will be sent free by mail. Sold by Retail Druggists.

Myer Bros., Drug Co., Dallas; J.W. Crowdus, Drug Co., Dallas; Behrens & Castles, Waco; Conklin, George & Gaines, Houston; Thompson & Ohmstede, Galveston; Driess, Thompson & Co., San Antonio; H. W. Williams & Co., Ft. Worth; I. L. Lyons & Co., New Orleans; W. H. Schieffelin & Co., Hall & Rukel, McKesson & Robbins, New York; F. W. Brown & Co., Los Angeles, California.

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KATHARMON CHEMICAL CO., ST. LOUIS.

Please Mention DIETETIC GAZETTE.

GRIFFITH & CO.'S COMPOUND MIXTURE

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Guaiac, Stillingia, &c.

For Acute and Chronic Rheumatism, Gout, Lumbago, Neuralgia, and Kindred Complaints.

TO PHYSICIANS.-Gentlemen: we would respectfully draw your attention to our COMPOUND MIXTURE OF GUAIAC, STILLINGIA, &C.

This is not a new preparation, but has been in constant use by many prominent practitioners of medicine for several years, and its beneficial results in the treatment of the diseases indicated, including Syphilitic troubles, have been fully established.

When ordering this preparation, in order to avoid delay or misun derstanding, puysicians will please specify "GRIFFITH & CO.'s, or physicians in the city can send their patients direct to our pharmacles, at No. 67 Third Ave., cor. 11th Street, or 2241 Third Avenue, cor. 122d Street, New York, where, at any time, furtuer information will be cheerfully furnished. Out of town physicians cau order through their druggists or direct from us

We have hundreds of testimonials from prominent physicians who have prescribed and personally used this mixture. It is manufactured for PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS only. A ways specify GRIFFITH & Co.'s. If you have an obstinate case of Rheumatism under treatment, inclose one dollar and receive, by express, a regular size bottle, or we will send, upon request. a sample bottle providing you will pay express charges. Wholesale Price List-8-ounce size, $10.50 per dozen; 16-ounce size, $20.00 per dozen. In lots of one dozen and upwards, we prepay express charges to any point east of the Rocky Mountains. (Do not overlook this offer, for you may be pleased and possibly surprised at the result.)

P. S.-The advertising of this article is confined strictly to Medical Journals. Very respectfully,

GRIFFITH & CO., Chemists and Pharmacists,

67 Third Avenue, cor 11th Street, 241 Third Avenue, cor. 122d St., Carried in stock by the principal Wholesale Druggists in the U. S

NEW YORK.

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These Shoes are Strictly First-class in every way. The purchaser will find them Elegant, Comfortable, and Durable. The customer, once fitted, can obtain the same size and quality, at any future time, with assurance of a fit, by ordering the same number, without re-measurement. Our shoes can be repaired by any good shoemaker.

We solicit correspondence and inspection. For Catalogue and Circulars-free, by mail-send to

DR. JAEGER'S

Sanitary Woolen System Company,

PERSPE

827 & 829 BROADWAY, N. Y.
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VELVET-SKIN SOAP.
VELVET-SKIN POWDER.

They are Perfect in Every Respect

Are invaluable for the complexion, the hands, the skin, and the bath. Even the delicate skin of "Our Baby" is toned and invigorated by their use.

VELVET SKIN SOAP is made only from purest vegetable oils with the addition of ingredients possessed of emolient and other valuable properties. It contains no excess of alkali, and is warranted to keep the skin soft and beautiful.

VELVET SKIN POWDER will be found very soothing and healing to all inflamed surfaces, and to contain valuable antiseptic properties. It is warranted not to cake, harden or turn sour when moistened with perspiration, as do all starch powders.

Both the above are delicately perfumed and warranted not to contain any deleterious substances, or anything not mentioned in the formula on each wrapper.

Price of each, 25 cents. Samples sent by mail for 15 cents each
REED & CARNRICK, New York.

COSTS ONE-HALF THE PRICE OF A GOOD PIPE-ORGAN OF EQUAL CAPACITY.

THE VOCALION.

SCHEME OF TWO-MANUAL.

Number of Speaking Stops, 11; equalling a Pipe Organ of 494 pipes. Number of Mechanical Stops,
6; total, 17 Stops.
GREAT ORGAN.
SWELL ORGAN.

8 feet..

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1. Open Diapason, 8 feet,

2. Clarionet,

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4. Harmonic Flute, 4

10. Double Open Diapason, 16 feet 30 Notes. 11. Diapason Dolce.

12. Swell to Great.

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58 Notes. 5. Viol D'Amour,

6 Gamba,

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8. Bourdon Treble, 16

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“Our VOCALION has stood admirably a season unusually trying on account of its excessive dampness. The mechanical portion works to perfect satisfaction, and, as to the tone, the longer we hear it, the more we love and enjoy it."

AUGUST ULMANN,
Rector of Christ Church, Yonkers.

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PEDAL ORGAN.

13. Swell to Pedal.
14. Great to Pedal.
15. Vox Humana.

For a small church or concert-room nothing can be found

PATENT APLO FOR

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It is the best substitute for the Pipe Organ with which I | equal to a VOCALION for power and beauty of tone." am acquainted. For small churches, where refinement in A. H. MESSITER Mus. Doc., quality of tone would receive appreciation, the VOCALION will meet with special favor." CLARENCE EDDY, Organist First Presbyterian Church, Chicago.

Organist Trinity Church, New York.

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Correspondence Solicited, Catalogue and price-list free on application to

MASON & RISCH, Worcester, Mass., AND Toronto, Can.

and the CHICAGO WAREROOMS,

Or to JAS. W. CURRIER,
18 E. 17th St., New York City,

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'The VOCALION has exceeded in excellence the sanguine expectations of both those who are connoisseurs and those who form musical judgments among the members of our congregation." C. W. DE LYON NICHOL. Rector of St. Stephen's, Tottenville, Staten Island.

ENGRAVING SHOWING PROPER POSITION OF THE WOMB, AND THE USE OF THE STERLING

TELESCOPE SYRINGE AND FLEXIBLE PESSARY.

"It is not an nnwarranted prediction that the VOCALION must come into general church service as a substitute for small Pipe Organs, EBEN TOURJEE, Director New England Conservatory of Music, Boston.

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A BUSINESS PROPOSITION:

DEAR DOCTOR:-You have many cases of female diseases that should receive daily treatment, but owing to inability on part of patient to visit your office daily, or to pay for frequent treatment, they do not receive the attention that their case demands. The results are unsatisfactory to you and the patient. Our instrument places in your hands the means of regular treatment for your patients at any distance, and the use of such medicine from time to time as indicated. Results are most satisfactory; patient cured and made happy; your reputation and business enhanced.

NOTE THIS:-Our instruments are put up for physicians' use. No printed matter on the boxes, and every detail observed that will bring to you all credit originating in successful use.

EDITORIAL ENDORSEMENT.

[From the Medical World, July, 1890.]

The Medical World, having one of the largest circulations of any medical journal in the world, says: "We have examined the Telescope Syringe and Flexible Pessary, invented and made by the Sterling Remedy Co., of Chicago, Ill., and consider it one of the greatest aids to physicians invented in years. By means of it patients living at a distance can make successful and regular applications of medicaments to the mouth of the womb, and the flexible pessary itself will aid greatly by furnishing mechanical support, and it has the advantage of the patient being able to remove and replace it with perfect ease.

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Price complete to you by mail prepaid, $2.00. You can charge patient whatever you think best. We want you to investigate this, and if you order an instrument and it is not perfectly satisfactory, return it and we will promptly refund your money. Correspondence solicited. Invented and made only by

THE STERLING REMEDY CO., Manager's Office, 78 Auditorium Building, CHICAGO, ILL

[As to our responsibility, we refer to the Editor of this publication].

Sterling Telescope Syringe, made of hard rubber, polished. Can not be broken, or get out of adjustment. The Pessary inserted with the Telescope Syringe, can not be misplaced in a position doubled or folded, but must cover the mouth of the womb entirely, allowing it to rest in the hollow part of the Pessary, where the proper medicine has been placed before insertion.

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Sterling Flexible Pessary is a combination of the softest rubber and fine silk sponge, and is construc special reference to the anatomy of the female parts.

Positively the Last Chance to avail yourself of this offer.-Since the appearance of this advertisement, thousands of physicians have availed themselves of the offer; those who have neglected to do so for any reason are hereby notified that this is positively the last call, as this advertisement will not appear again.

HAVE YOU EVER USED

UPJOHN'S FRIABLE PILLS?

IF YOU HAVE NOT WE WILL GIVE YOU

ONE DOLLAR FOR AN INTERVIEW.

Introduction by traveling men is expensive. Experience teaches us that it costs about One Dollar to secure the active interest of each physician interviewed in this manner; we therefore propose to let the physician interview himself, and pay him One Dollar for doing it.

READ THIS

OFFER.

We will send, postage prepaid, to any physician who has not been interviewed by one of our representatives, and who will send us 60 cents by postal note, or in stamps, the following: One Ounce of Quinine Sulph. in pills, your own selection as to size of pill, from 1-2 gr. to 5 gr. One Ounce of Cinchonidia Sulph. in pills, your own selection as to size of pill, from 1-2 gr. to 5 gr. One Hundred Migraine Pills, One Hundred Anti-Constipation Pills,

.30
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.40

$1.75

For the sake of uniformity, we would request that the order be made out on the accompanying stub.

Under no circumstances will more than one package be sent to the same address.

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"Friable" vs. Mass Pills.

We call special attention to the peculiar characteristics of pills made by our process, as compared to those made by the old mass process. and particularly request the profession to make comparative tests.

THE UPJOHN PILL & GRANULE CO.,

KALAMAZOO, MICH.

Note the peculiar friability of our goods by submitting them to pressure under the thumb; also the dry powdery condition of the drugs contained in the pill as compared to the hornlike and unyielding condition of old dry mass pills.

Not having been interviewed by one of your representatives, please send me the following: One Ounce Quinine in.......... .gr. Pills.

One Ounce Cinchonidia in.

.gr. Pills.

Note that our pills do not become hard and insoluble by age. but remain permanently in a porous soluble condition that insures prompt and ready action wien administered.

These salient points, together with accurate division of dose. we think must recommend the goods to the mind of the reasonable practitioner

Name....

Post Office......

County.......

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The above offer is not a catch-penny scheme to secure a small order, but is an honest effort to place in the hands of a large number of physicians samples of our goods that are sufficently large to enable them to form a good judgment of their efficiency as a pharmaceutical preparation.

We aim particularly to reach the vast numbers of good physicians located in small towns, and in other territory not visited by us through our traveling salesmen.

We guarantee these goods to be all we claim for them, and to give perfect satisfaction.

Since first making this offer, many hundreds of physicians have taken advantage of it, and we are daily in receipt of large numbers of letters, not only expressing great satisfaction, but commending the goods in the highest terms, and expressing much surprise at the high degree of perfection attained.

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