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IT IS ECONOMICAL IN USE AND CERTAIN IN RESULTS.
hydro-pancreated preparation containing acids and a small per-
The following are some of the diseases in which HYDROLEINE is indicated :
General Debility, etc.
The principles upon which this discovery is based have been described in a treatise on "The Digestion
C. N. CRITTENTON,
A Sample of Ilydro 'eine will be sent free upon application, to any physician (enclosing business card) in the U. S.
ANTI-SEPTIC ELIXIR DYSPEPSIA COMP.
Five syrups, likewise five non-saccharin solutions of,
viz. : Nascent Phenic Acid ; Sulpho-phénique; Iodo
phénique; Ammonia Phenate, and Pheno-fer. Four Hypodermic Injections, viz.; Nascent Phenic
Acid; Sulpho-phénique; Iodo-phénique, and Am
monia Phenate. DÉCLAT'S HYPODERMIC SYRINGE
of 80 minims. DÉCLAT'S ANTI-SEPTIC SYRUP
for Whooping Cough. DÉCLAT’S GLYCO-PHÉNIQUE,
for External Application.
A Positive Remedy for the Relief and Cure of Dyspepsia, Nervous Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatuleucy, Seasickness, Gastric Irritation, Acidity
of Stomach, etc.
4 oz. combined
Con. Tincs., etc.,
to the pound. Avenin. Dose.-One tablespoonful in a wine glass of water IMMEDIATELY after each meal, or when indicated. For an acute attack, when prompt action is demanded, administer in hot water.
PRICE, 8 oz., $1.00; 16 oz., $1.50.
NEWARK, N. J. GENTLEMEN: I have treated twelve very severe cases of dyspepsia with the Elixir Dyspepsia Comp., all of which have buen cured liy its use. The case of a lady of ten year's standing is worthy of special notice. Was obliged to take to her bed in Sepiember, 1884 Even a teaspoonful of water, milk, or beef-te: would cause excruciating pain for at least half an
Administercd the Elixir Dyspepsia Comp, in hot water very four hours, or just after attempting to eat, and in less than two days she could take half a teaspoonful of beef tea without any inconvenierce. In nervous dyspepsia I find it especially valualle.
C. S. H. FRAZER, M.D.
I will send on request of physicians mentioning THE DIETETIC GAZETTE an abstract of Medical Reports on the Uses of Déclat's Preparations in all Zymotic Diseases, Carbuncle, Tumors, Cancer, Tuberculosis, Diabetes, Rheuniatism, Skin Diseases, etc. Also one bottle as sample, if desired. applicant to specify what one, and to pay expressage.
J. MILHAU'S SON,
Send for revised and enlarged Manual on Pure Concen
trated Medicines, Concentrated Tinctures, etc. DRUGGIST & IMPORTER,
B. KEITH & CO., General Agent, ESTABLISHED IN 1813. 183 Broadway, x. y. (Please enteredzettebe) No.75 William St., N.Y.
Enlarged view of the New Excelsior Needle, Notice the large The Old Style Needle called Reinforced, but practically movbore of half of needle in proportion to the other half.
ing the weak point in all needles nearer to the point. Made of One Piece of Seamless Steel Tube: A Leak absolutely impossible. Cannot be introduced too far. Large bore of lower half of needie, Very Fine Point: Clogging almost impossible. Will hold its poini. Any syringe can be fitted. Will outlast any len needles made. Satisfaction guaranteed. Need:es with Standard Screw or Slip Sockets will be sent, postpaid, to any address in the U.S. upon receipt of 40 cents for each needle.
THE EXCELSIOR HYPODERMIC SYRINGE
"PATENTED MARCH 4th, 1890." Fig. A.
The Exceisior Hypodermic Syringe has advantages worth mentioning, and not found in other Hypodermic Syringes: The Expanding Packings, Lubricating device, and the Tablet Fitting K, are so simpie in construction that they can easily be operated and cannot get out of order. Fig. B shows the construction planniy. The Packings can be expanded at will
, and cannot become dry, as the Reservoir holds enough oil
to last some time. Can be used as a Tablet Syringe. Sent ia Case with Two Excelsior Needles, Vial, etc., to any address in the U. S. upon receipt of $2.50.
The Excelsior Stomach Pump, Aspirator and Enema Syringe.
Three Instruments in One,
Stopper will Fit any Bottle,
Every instrument guaranteed. Seni in Polished Wood Case, Velvet Lined, ?o any address upon the receipt
F. G. OTTO & SONS,
146 DUANE STREET,
FROM AN ESSAY READ BEFORE THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION AT WASHINGTON, D. C.. MAY 6th, 1884,
By B. N. TOWLE, M.D., OF BOSTON. "Nervous debility and neuralgia are often the results of nerve starvation. They are now, more than ever, the dread of every intelligent physician, and the terror of all business men. The weary hours of pain, and the sleepless nights of those suffering from nervous diseases, are but the beseechings of an exhausted nerve for food. Hungry and starved, they make their wants known by the pain they set up as their only agonizing cry; and no medication will give permanent relief until the hunger is satisfied.
"Our research, then, must be to find a more easily digested and assimilated food.
“Observation seems to sanction the fact that vegetable food elements are more readily assimilated by persons of feeble digestion than are the animal food elements, and especially when they have undergone the digestive process in the stomachs of healthy cattle. The juices of these animals, when healthy and fat, must contain all the food elements in a state of solution most perfect, and freed from all insoluble portions, and hence in a form more easily assimilated than any other known food.
"I have used Raw Food Extracts for more than eight years, in a large number and variety of cases, and in no case of malnutrition has it failed to give relief.
"I have given it to patients continuously for months. with signal benefit especially in complicated cases of dyspepsia, attended with epigastric uneasiness arising from enervation, and in nervous debility of long standing. The sudden and full relief this food affords patients who have a constant faintness at the stomach, even immediately after taking food, shows how readily it is assimilated. This faintness is a form of hunger, and is the cry of the tissues for food, not quantity but qualityfood that the famishing tissues can appropriate and thrive upon.
“Raw Food is equally adapted to lingering acute diseases. I have used it in the troublesome sequelæ of scarlatina, where there was exhaustion from abscesses in the vicinity of the carotid and submaxillary glands: and in protracted convalescence from typhoid fever, with marked advantage. The cases that I especially value it in are laryngeal consumption and nervous exhaustion, in which cases there is always more or less derangement of the digestive tract, such as pain in the stomach, constipation, eructation of gases, distress after taking food, etc. Raw Food should be taken with each meal, the patients taking such other food as they can readily digest, in quantities suited to the individual case.
“It adds much to the nutrition of the patient, overcomes the constipation, subdues the nervousness by increasing the strength, and is just the amount added which is required to secure success."
The unsolicited opinion of Surgeon-General Murray, U. S. A. (Retired). “It gives me pleasure to give my testimony to the very great value of BOVININE as a dietetic preparation. I have used it for more than a year in a very aggravated case of nervous dyspepsia, and have found it to answer very much better than any of the many preparations or extracts of meat before used. "I find that it keeps perfectly
even in the warmest weather; is very easily prepared for administration, and it has proved acceptable and beneficial in every case in which I have known it to be given. “PHILADELPHIA, PA, March 1st, 1887.
"Very respectfully and truly yours,
“R. MURRAY, M.D., SAMPLES SENT TO PHYSICIANS ON APPLICATION.
"Surgeon-General (Retired), U. S. A.”
PALATABLE, NUTRITIOUS AND EASILY ASSIMILATED BY THE MOST DEBILITATED DIGESTIVE ORGANS. . Put up in 6 and 12 Ounce Sizes, at 60 cents and $1.00 per Bottle.
12 Ounces contain the Strength of 10 Pounds of Meat.
CAREFULLY PREPARED BY THE
J. P. BUSH MFG. CO. 2 Barclay Street, Astor House, New York. 42 and 44 Third Avenue, Chicago.