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The Higher Function of Medicine.

Eminent bacteriologists through untiring zeal have clearly demonstrated by investigation and experimentation that germs are unmistakably the exciting cause of disease. So numerous are the avenues leading into our systems, that legions of these microscopical anarchists are at all times circulating through them, seeking a suitable indus wherein they may procreate and establish their sovereignty.

Should our bodies at all times be kept at or above par, we would in no instance be made aware of the presence of these germs, but if from any cause our systems become damaged, or if there be a scant or unhealthy supply of blood to all parts of our bodies, then a change in cell tissue takes place, resulting in a diminished power of resistance, which places us within the grasp of these morbific agents.

“The higher function of medicine," says Dr. Thomas, “is not to combat but to prevent disease." And these same eminent bacteriologists, who have so clearly shown that germs are the exciting cause of disease, as boldly assert that normal or healthy blood serum is antagonistic to germ life. When in this state it is selfprotective and bids defiance to the invasion of disease germs.

The nearer a remedy combines nutritive and therapeutic properties the greater is its power as a prophylaxis, or as a restorative in disease. Scott's Emulsion of cod liver oil with the hypophosphites of lime and soda, meets just these requirements. Nutritive and therapeutic energies are combined in this emulsion to a high degree. Scott's Emulsion will prevent or quickly check the tendency to destructive changes in the body, and at the same time furnishes the needed elements for structural repair and healthy growth.

SOMETHING OF INTEREST TO PHYSICIANS WILL BE FOUND ON THIS PAGE IN EACH SUCCEEDING ISSUE OF THIS JOURNAL. SCOTT & BOWNE,

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PEACOCK'S BROMIDES

(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 results which can not be obtained from the use of commercial Bromide substitutes.

DOSE.-One to two FLUID drachms, in WATER, three or more times a day.

FROM

CHIONIA CHIONANTHUS.

Uses: Biliousness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipation, and all
Diseases Caused by Hepatic Torpor.

CHIONIA stimulates the Liver and restores it to a
healthy condition, without debilitating the system by
Catharsis; does not purge, per se, but under its use the
Liver and Bowels gradually resume their normal functions.
DOSE.-One Fluid Drachm three times a day.

SAMPLES SENT TO ANY PHYSICIAN WHO WILL PAY EXPRESS CHARGES.

PEACOCK CHEMICAL CO.,

ST. LOUIS.

CACTINA Pillets.
PILLETS.

Indicated in abnormal heart action, mental 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 weakness.

Each Pillet represents one one-hundredth of a grain of Cactina-the active proximate principle of Cactus Mexicana.

DOSE.-One Pillet every hour, or less often, as indicated.

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

SULTAN DRUG CO., St. Louis and London.

In writing to advertisers kindly mention THE DIETETIC AND HYGIENIC GAZETTE.

All Interested in Artificial Legs and Arms, should write to A. A. MARKS, 701 Broadway, New York City,

for a Treatise on Artificial Limbs with rubber hands and feet. The Treatise contains descriptions, prices, how to take measurements and order from a distance, illustrations of artificial limbs and of those operating with them, together with testimonials from wearers and the profession.

430 PAGES.

ARTIFICIAL LIMBS

259 ILLUSTRATIONS.

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And other Transportation Lines.

Sent free to Physicians and those interested.
December 7, 1891.
To MR. A. A. MARKS,
701 Broadway,
New York.

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My leg is working O. K. I have worn it every day since I put it on last April. I am running a locomotive every day. Would not have any other; am often asked by my friends which of my legs is off. If you so desire, you can publish this as a testimonial from

Yours most respectfully,

W. J. ANGIER,

New Berne, N. C. Care of N.& N.C.R.R.

Twenty-two First Premiums in succession.

with Aluminum Sock

Address A. A. MARKS, 701 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY.

Dr. JULIUS FEHR'S

Compound Talcum" "Baby Powder."

The "Hygienic Dermal Powder for Infants" and Adults. Originally investigated and its therapeutic properties discovered in the year 1868 by Dr. FEHR, and introduced to the Medical and the Pharmaceutical Professions in the year 1873.

COMPOSITION:-Silicate of Magnesia with Carbolic and Salicylic Acids.

PROPERTIES:-Antiseptic, Antizymotic and Disinfectant. Useful as a General Sprinkling Powder, with positive Hygienic, Prophylactic and Therapeutic properties.

Good in all Affections of the Skin.

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SOLD BY THE DRUG TRADE GENERALLY. Per box, plain, 25c.; perfumed, 50c.

Per dozen, plain, $1.75; perfumed, $3.50.

The Manufacturer: JULIUS FEHR, M.D., Ancient Pharmacist.

Established since 1859 in HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY.

Only advertised in Medical and Pharmaceutical Prints.

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EVERY PHYSICIAN WANTS IT.

THE HANDYANDY is certainly the most complete POCKET CASE in the world. The case is 34 x 41⁄2 inches, and may be carried in the vest pocket. It is made of hard rubber in two parts which are held together by a nickel plated twin or double spring. The HANDYANDY contains a standard Hypodermic Syringe a Yale Clinical Thermometer, an outfit for Testing Urine at the bedside, and an assortment of 17 Tablet Triturates and Hypodermics selected by each purchaser as per accompanying list.

LIST OF TABLETS.

In addition to three tubes filled with the salts for the several urine tests, the case contains seventeen tubes which will be filled with such tablets as the buyer may select from the following list. Frazer's Tablet Triturates are the only ones we employ in filling these cases, thus insuring the absolute reliability of the medicines, and the appended list, which is selected from the catalogue of the Frazer Tablet Triturate Mfg. Co., comprising only such remedies as may be useful in emergencies calling for such amounts as can be conveniently carried in this case. When ordering the case please return this coupon, with the seventeen items you select, not marked off.

SELECTIONS FROM FRAZER'S TABLET TRITURATES:

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We have just issued the most complete Illustrated Catalogue of Electro-therapeutical Apparatus ever published, and we desire to place it in the hands of every physician in the land, as it is not only a veritable work on Electrotherapy, but is an index to the most approved electrical apparatus that has stood the test of experience.

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SUCCESS IN CHRONIC DISEASES.

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HOW EMINENT CLINICAL TEACHERS ATTAIN IT. 66 N visceral troubles which defy all treatment, the physician may accomplish in many cases a true and real cure by the application of ordinary physiological agents, and above all of hydrotherapy.

"The methodical internal and external application of water, together with diet, exercise, etc., are the means by which often real marvels of recovery are obtained in serious and desperate cases," says Prof. Semmola (p. 230 Clinical Therapeutics).

"Herein lies the unsurpassed value of cold water in therapeutics. It affords an invigoration of the nervous system, the muscles and the entire circulatory apparatus, which taxes the organism but moderately, and therefore is one of the most favored tonic remedies (p. 369). I am convinced that in time all chronic diseases of the organs will be drawn into the domain of the bath treatment." (p. 385), says Prof. Hoffman, of Leipzig (Lectures on General Therapeutics), Chronic, Gastric and Intestinal Troubles, Rheumatism, Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Chlorosis and Phthisis become more tractable if some form of bathing is added to the treatment.

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"The effect of baths," says Prof. Erb, is extraordinarily favorable in all possible forms of chronic nerve troubles." Neurasthenia, Sciatica and other Neuralgias, Hysteria, Neuritis, Chorea, etc., belong to this category Of baths in Locomotor-Ataxia, Prof Leyden says (Real Encyclopedia Bd. 19), "These belong to the most important methods in tabes, and their correct and cautious use is of the greatest significance. Hydrotherapy is now applied in institutions with so much judgment and moderation that patients may be safely sent to them."

These opinions would confirm the following: "In many chronic diseases it has proven so successful after failures of medicinal agents, that no case should be yielded up as hopeless until Hydrotherapy in some form has been tried." (Hare's System of Therapeutics, p 514, vol. I).

Physicians referring patients with a brief history and diagnosis may have them judiciously treated by this method at the HYDRIATRIC INSTITUTE, No. 635 Park Ave., New York City, and retain them under their own care if they prefer. Out-of-town patients will be provided with suitable lodgings.

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