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Reports received from Physi

ciaus regarding the Superior ty and Safety of Papine

over other preparat ons of Opium.

I have used Papine in my practice and have taken considerable pains to test it and watch its action. I think it superior to any preparation I ever saw used containing opium. It is safe and pleasant, and in no case did it produce the least Lexington, Ky. F. O. YOUNG, M. D.

nausea.

In my experience with Papine (Battle & Co., St. Louis) I have found it to be en-
tirely reliable and with less objectionable features than any preparation of opium I
have ever used. New Cumberland, Pa.
R. S. PROWELL, M. D.

I tested Papine with very excellent results; it does not have any unpleasant tend-
encies toward the brain; does not produce constipation, and is quite pleasant to the
Baker, Brown Co., Kan.
E. T. MYERS, M. D.

taste.

From a somewhat extended experience in prescribing Papine, I am led to regard it as the safest and best of all opiates. Phila. Pa. G. II. H. WILLIAMS, M. D. When in St. Louis, I procured a bottle of Papine: before reaching home, I took a very severe cold, with consequent coughing and decided mucous irritation of the lungs, with dry inflamed condition of the throat. After suffering much from irritating attacks of coughing, I thought of Papine, and took a couple of doses. The effect was immediate and most happy. The coughing quickly ceased and the dry harsh condition of the throat and soreness of the lungs soon passed away. The effect of the remedy was a most signal success, and since then I have obtained similar results in other like cases. Charleston, III. M. W. BRUBAKER, M. D. I have used Papine in my practice for some time and am thoroughly satisfied it is the most desirable preparation of opium I have ever used, and more reliable than any other form of opium. I believe it will speedily displace every other member of the opiate family. Cashon, Tenn. CUST. H. LOVELACE, M. D.

I have used Papine in a case in which opiates had an unhappy effect upon head and stomach, giving fifteen drops every two hours with good results. Have also used it with satisfaction in cases where other opiates produced nausea. Minter P. O., Dallas, Ala.

F. O. LOCKWOOD, M. D.
The woman

SYPHILITIC NEURALGIA.- This case is somewhat unusual. suffered from Syphilitic Neuralgia, and so great was the pain that it took one-half grain twice daily of morphine hypodermically, to relieve her pain. Opium in the various forms that I tried, caused constipation, in such large doses.. I was afraid that she would become accustomed to morphia, so I determined to give Papine a trial. I found that it did not constipate the bowels, and that it was preferable to the ordinary preparations of opium in many respects. The patient recovered as rapidly as could be expected. It is seldom one has the opportunity to give a medicine such a test as this. I believe a fair trial will convince even a skeptic of the truth of my remarks. Baltimore, Md. J. H. DEWOLFE, M. D.

I am highly pleased with Papine, I find it the best hypnotic and anodyne that I have ever used. It produces rest and allays pain equally ar well as morphia, without producing any unpleasant effects. S. B. HARMON, M. D.

Why Not, Lauderdale Co., Miss.

Papine as an anodyne is both pleasant and very effective. It is quicker in action than either laudanum or morphia internally. J. W. HAMER, M. D.

Hooversville, Pa.

I have used Papine in my practice, during the last year, in many cases, and invariably, where indicated, find it as represented. In fact all of Battle & Co 's preparations, in my hands, have given entire satisfaction. F. M. JENNINGS, M. D. Harwood, Mo.

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Anti-Chill,-Chinoidine,1 gr., Ferri Ferrocyan 2 grs., Ol. Piper Nig. 1 gr.,
Arsenic 1-20 gr

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Leptandrin Compound-Leptandrin 1 gr., Podophyllingr,, Irisin gr. 55
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Coniumgr., Ext. Ignatia § gr., Ext. Opium gr., Ext. Aconite gr.,
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Phophorus Comp.-Phosphrus 1-100 gr., Ext. Nux Vom. † gr
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Dr. McIntosh's Natural Uterine Supporter.

No Instrument has ever been placed before the Medical Profession which has given such universal satisfaction.

EVERY INDICATION OF UTERINE DISPLACEMENTS is met by this combination: prolapsus, anteversion, retroversion and flexions are overcome by this instrument when others fail. This is proven by the fact that since its introduction to the profession it has come into more general use than all other instruments combined.

UNION OF EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL SUPPORT-The abdomen is held up by the broad morocco leather belt with concave front and elastic straps to buckle around the hips. The uterine support is a cup and stem made of highly polished hard rubber, very light and durable, shaped to fit the neck of the womb, with openings for the secretions to pass out, as shown by the cuts. Cups are made with extended lips to correct flexions and versions of the womb. ADAPTABILITY TO VARYING POSITIONS OF THE BODY.The cup and stem are suspended from the belt by two soft elastic. rubber tubes, which are fastened to the front of the belt by simple loops, pass down through the stem of the cup and up to the back of the belt. These soft rubber tubes being elastic adapt themselves to all the varying positions of the body and perform the service of the ligaments of the womb.

SELF-ADJUSTING.-One of the many reasons which recommend this Supporter to the physician is that it is self-adjusting. The physician after applying it need have no fear that he will be called in haste to remove or re adjust it, (as is often the case with rings and various pessaries held in position by pressure against the vaginal wall,) as the patient can remove it at will, and replace it without assistance.

It can be worn at all times, will not interfere with nature's necessities, will not corrode, and is lighter than metal. It will answer for all cases of Anteversion, Retroversion, or any Flexion of the womb, and is used by the leading Physicians with unfailing success, even in the most difficult cases.

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300 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO, ILL.

Our valuable pamphlet "Some Practical Facts about Displacements of the Womb," will be sent you free on application.

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