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Terraline-a purified and tasteless preparation of Petroleum for internal use-a substitute for Cod Liver Oil and its Einulsions. It is not a patent medicine in any sense of the word, but is sold entirely on the prescriptions of physicians.

TERRALINE

It stands to-day without a peer in the treatment of all

inflammatory conditions of the respiratory tract. CAPILLARY

Administered in dessertspoonful doses, it modifies the cough,

increases the expectoration, and generally improves the BRONCHITIS

patient. PHTHISIS

Terraline is superior to Cod Liver Oil. It does not simply

palliate the cough, but allays the pulmonary irritation, imPULMONALIS proves the digestive and assimilative powers, and exerts a

deleterious effect on micro-organisms. BRONCHIAL

It produces the most positive results, and can be adminis

tered indefinitely to the weakest stomachs without creating CATARRH

a repugnance to its use. LA GRIPPE

Its effects are especially gratifying in the depressed condi

tion following an attack of La Grippe. GROUP

In the croupy coughs of children, and in Croup itself, it is

prescribed with the greatest benefit. GENERAL

A physician writes that in a case of General Anæmia in an

excessively chlorotic girl, the improvement was soon marked ANAEMIA

and progressive: She used Terraline three months and

gained in weight five and one-half pounds each month. It is a reconstruct and tissue-builder of great power. Dr. CHAS. H. STOWELL, Editor of The National Medical Review, formerly Professor of Physiology and Microscopy at University of Michigan, experimented on the lower animals and proved that Terraline is thoroughly emulsified by the digestive juices, and is absorbed without the possibility of a doubt.

Any "Terraline," or preparation of similar name, is anļimitation if manufactured at any place but Washington, D. c.

We will send a dollar bottle, free, to any physician who will pay express charges of 25 cents.

MANUFACTURED ONLY BY

THE TERRALINE COMPANY

1316 L STREET, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS

ONE DOLLAR A BOTTLE

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E A Scientific Blending of True Santal and Saw Palmetto in a

Pleasant Aromatic Vehicle.

SPECIALLY VALUABLE IN Prostatic Troubles of Old Men--Pre-Senility, Difficult Micturition--Urethral Inflammation,

Ovarian Pains--Irritable Bladder,

POSITIVE MERIT AS A REBUILDER.

DOSE.-One teaspoonful four times a day.

OD CHEM. Co., NEW YORK. $4.00

Two GREAT REMEDIES sold to Physicians direct, at

one-fourth price of others 1.00 widely advertised.

FOR

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Four ounces of either preparation, in powder or 5 graip tablets, mailed to any physician on

receipt of $1.00.

THE MALTBIE CHEMICAL CO., Pharmaceutical Chemists.

Buffalo, N. Y.

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MUSIC
ELOCUTION AND
ART INSTRUCTION in all branches, given by Competent

Professors, at regular Conservatory Rates.
STUDENTS

from a distance can be accommodated with board in the
Conservatory Building.

For particulars and catalogue, address,

MRS. JULIA TUCKER,

Directress of Conservatory, 223 North Eighth Street,

ST. JOSEPH, MO.

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PRESCRIBE THE BEST

PEACOCK'S BROMIDES

(SYR: BROM: COMP: PEACOCK)

Each fluid drachm represonts 18 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

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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.

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.

Ar Each Pillet represents one one-hundredth of a grain of Cactina-theactive proximate principle of Cactus Mexicana.

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

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

SULTAN DRUG CO., St. Louis and London.

Preseribe the Best

Wheeler's Tissue Phosphates

Wheeler's Compound Elixir of Phosphate and Calisaya. A Nerve Food and Nutritive Tonic for the treatment of Consumption, Bronchitis, Scrofula and all forms of Nervous Debility. This elegant preparation combines in an agreeable Aromatic Cordial, acceptable to the most irritable conditions of the stomach,

Bone-Calcium Phosphate Ca2 2 P04, Sodium Phosphate Na2 HPO4, Ferrous Phosphate Fe3 2 P04, Trihydrogen Phosphate H3 P04, and the Active Principles of Calisaya and Wild Cherry,

The special indication of this combination of Phosphate in Spinal Afflictions, Caries, Necrosis, Ununited Fractures, Marasmus, poorly developed children, Retarded Dentition, Alcohol, Opium, Tobacco Habits, Gestation and Lactation to promote development, etc., and as a physioLOGICAL RESTORATIVE in Sexual Debility, and all used-up conditions of the Nervous System, should receive the careful attention of good therapeutists.

NOTABLE PROPERTIES. As reliable in Dyspepsia as Quinine in Ague. Secures the largest per centage of benefit in Consumption and all wasting diseases by determining the perfect digestion and assimilation of food. When using it Cod Liver Oil may be taken without repugnance. It renders success possible in treating chronie diseases of Women and Children, who take it with pleasure for prolonged periods, a factor essential to maintain the good-will of the patient. Being a Tissue Constructive, it is the best general utility compound for Tonic Restorative purposes we have-no mischievous effects resulting from exhibiting it in any possible morbid condition of the system.

Phosphates being a NATURAL FOOD PRODUCT no substitute can do their work.

DOSE -For an adult one tablespoonful three times a day, after eating; from seven to twelve years of age, one dessertspoonful; from two to seven, one teaspoonful; for infants, from five to twenty drops, according to age. Prepared at the Chemical Laboratory of

T. B. WHEELER, M.D., Montreal, P. Q.
To prevent substitution put up in pound bottles only and sold by all druggists at One Dollar.

Read the Pamphlet on this subject sent you.

READ

The advertising pages
and when writing to advertisers mention
THE MEDICAL HERALD.

"Preventive medicine should go hand in hand with the age of electricity, and he who is wise in the medical profession will shuffle out of the old ruts and get abreast of the age.-DR. N. B. SHADE, of Washington, D. C., in the MEDICAL WORLD,

The Way to "Get Abreast of the Age"

In Preventive Medicine

Is to Subscribe for the Doctors' Magazine

The National Popular Review

An Illustrated Journal of
Preventive Medicine, Applied Sociology, and Current Medical Sciences.

EDITED BY P. C. REMONDINO, M. D.
Member of the American Public Health Association and the American Medical Association; Ex-Vice-President California
State Medical Society; Member of the State Board of Health and the San Diego Board of Health, etc.:
Author of "The Mediterranean Shores of America''; "Longevity and Climate";

"History of Circumcision," ote.

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE-Postage Prepaid. United States, Canada and Mexico

$2.50 per Annum. $1.25 for Six Montbs. Clubbed with the Medical Fortnightly, both for $3 50 Send Two Cent Stamp for Sample Copy to

J. HARRISON WHITE & CO., Publishers. 723 Schiller Building,

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