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SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS

HOLEKAMP, GRADY & MOORE

INSTRUMENT CO.

MANUFACTURERS

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, ELASTIC HOSE APPARATUS FOR DEFORMITIES.

No. 915 OLIVE STREET,

ST. LOUIS, MO.

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HOLEKAMP, GRADY & MOORE INST. CO., Patentees and Manufacturers,

915 Olive St., ST. LOUIS, MO,

Pharmaceutical Preparations

CHAS. S. BAKER & CO.

(SUCCESSORS TO CHAPMAN, GREEN & CO.)

Manufacturing Pharmacists and Chemists,

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METHO-GLYCEROLE OF BISMUTH AND HYDRASTIA,

a remarkable alterative and sedative to mucous surfaces, was

FIRST prepared by this House in 1872.

It is used in the treatment of irritable, inflammatory and ulcerative conditions of the Mucous tract, as:

Of the Nasal Passages (LOCALLY). Nasal Catarrh and Ozæna.

Of the Eye (LOCALLY). Conjunctivitis, Catarrhal, Gonorrhoeal, Neonatorum, and Purulent Ophthalmia; Ulceration of the Cornea.

Of the Throat (LOCALLY). Pharyngitis and Laryngitis; Diphtheria. Of the Stomach and Intestines (INTERNALLY AND LOCALLY). Stomatitis; Gastro-Intestinal Catarrh; Gastric Ulcer; Dysentery.

Of the Reproductive Organs and Bladder (LOCALLY). Gonorrhoea; Urethritis; Cystitis; Vaginitis; Metritis; Uterine, Vaginal and Vesical Catarrh; Ulceration of the Os Uteri.

Having in our possession the endorsement of physicians who have had the most gratifying success with our preparation of BISMUTH AND HYDRASTIA' in the treatment of the above affections, we do not hesitate to emphasize its value to the Oculist, Gynecologist or general practitioner.

SAMPLES WILL BE SENT UPON APPLICATION.

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PRESCRIBE THE BEST

SALACETOL "CHEMIA"

The New Antiseptic and Anti-Rheumatic

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(PARAF-JAVAL)

RECOMMENDED AT THE FRENCH ACADEMY IN

BRIGHT'S DISEASE, DILATATION OF THE STOMACH, EPILEPSY, Etc.

Strontium Salts, (Paraf-Javal) are non-toxic and free from traces of Barium; they are the only ones employed at the Paris Hospitals.

These solutions are put up in 3 x original bottles containing 3j to the fluid ounce, and their purity is guaranteed by the signature of Paraf-Javal on the labels.

OL. SANTAL-MIDY.

For gonorrhoea and all forms of urethritis. It replaces copaiba, cubebs, and other remedies, without producing eructations, offensive odor or diarrhoea. The discharge is reduced to a slight oozing in forty-eight hours. It cures the most obstinate cases of cystitis and inflammation of the neck of the bladder.

Dr. Posner stated before the Berlin Medical Society: "The best form was the French preparation known as Santal-Midy."-Medical Record.

Santal-Midy is distilled from the best Mysore sandal-wood, and is dispensed in small, spherical capsules of 20 centigrammes.

Dose: 6 to 12 capsules daily. Original bottles contain 40 capsules.

RIGAUD &

CHAPOTEAUT,

PARIS.

New York Depot: E. FOUGERA & CO., 30 N. William Street.
From whom samples and literature may be obtained on application.

A GREAT OPPORTUNITY.

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$2.00 given away.

For a short time we will send this elegant vest-pocket case filled with any nine of the following partial list of our ALKALOIDAL GRANULES (100 of a kind) as a premium to every new subscriber sending $1.00 for a year's subscription to the ALKALOIDAL CLINIC, a monthly journal devoted to the ther-. apeutics of the active principles.

GENTLEMEN:-Enclosed please find order for Granules. I have used the various granules made at home and abroad, and find YOURS THE VERY BEST, "Chantaud's" not excepted. Keep them to their present standard, and if once used, others will never J. T. YORTEE, M. D.

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THE ABBOTT ALKALOIDAL CO., Ravenswood, Chicago, Ill.

A PRACTICAL MONTHLY JOURNAL Of the medical sciences.

HIRAM CHRISTOPHER, M. D., Editor.

ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Jacob Geiger, M. D., SURGERY; J. W. HEDDENS, M.D., PATHOLOGY

To contributors of Original Articles, a liberal number of copies of the HERALD will be given (or mailed free of expense if addresses are furnished), and the publishers will furnish reprints at cost, application for same to be made when copy is forwarded.

Illustrations will be furnished FREE for all articles requiring same, if drawings are furnished. Original Articles, Clinical Reports, Society Proceedings, Correspondence and News invited. Address all articles for publication, books for review and exchanges to the EDITOR. Address all correspondence relating to subscriptions and advertisements to MEDICAL HERALD Co., Sixth and Charles Streets. (See Publishers' Bureau.)

Volume XIII
Number 11

ST. JOSEPH, MO., NOVEMBER, 1894.

Single Copies, 20 ets $2 a Year, in Advance

Contributed Articles

[EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE MEDICAL HERALD.]

Relapsing Appendicitis, with Report of Case.

DR

BY J. W. YOUNG, M. D., of Bloomfield, Iowa.

R. MORRIS H. RICHARDSON, of Boston, Mass., in a recent article in the American Journal of Medical Sciences, on Appendicitis, says: "The most positive assertions in connection with the treatment of appendicitis have been made, as a rule, by those with the most limited experience."

I am inclined to the opinion that this statement is correct, yet every general practitioner will be called to see a number of these cases and watch the result of his own treatment; besides, medical literature is teeming with reports of appendicitic cases treated in every conceivable manner, with various results, and consequently, each one must and does form opinions.

I am now of opinion that many cases treated by myself for inflammation of the bowels, during my early practice, were caused by appendicitis. and perforation of appendix, and the true origin of this deadly malady, local and diffused peritonitis, was not then suspected. While the number of my cases has been small, my operations few, and my success fair, I feel that it

*Read before the Western Association of Obstetricians and gynecologists, at Des Moines, Iowa, December 29, 1893,

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