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WHEATLAND, TEXAS, Sept. 29, 1891.

Paris Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.

GENTS: In the ten years that I have been actively engaged in the practice of medicine, I have never, until now, written a testimonial to the value of any medicine; but such is the debt of gratitude I owe to FEBRILINE, and the genius that formulated its composition, that I deem it a plain duty to say that the life of our only child-a girl two and one-half years of age-was doubtless saved by using, at the eleventh hour, LYON'S TASTELESS QUININE in breaking up an attack of Malarial Fever of so obstinate a type that it set at defiance every other preparation of Cinchona and its Alkaloids available to such cases.

Every dose of Cinchona Alkaloid, given or injected, in any and every combination, was immediately ejected, and the fever had obtained such a hold that a fatal condition seemed imminent. At last I thought of FEBRILINE, a dose which I had never prescribed. Not one dose was ejected by the stomach, and after the third dose of five-grain preparation, a profuse diaphoresis occurred coincident with a rapid decline of temperature to subnormal, the comatose condition vanished and convalescence was rapid. I have since used it in my practice constantly, and with unvarying good results. As a febrifuge, per se, as well as an anti-periodic, I consider it, for children, par excellence.

Yours truly,

G. V. HALE, M. D., (Jeff.) LL. B.

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Orchitis, Ovaritis, and Cystitis. Pulsatilla is of value in orchitis, whether idiopathic, traumatic, specific, or metastatic. Give two drops of the tincture every two hours. I have found the best results by giving one-drop doses every fifteen minutes, for one or two hours, then every half hour for one or two hours longer, then every hour until a cure is effected. This is equally valuable in ovaritis. I have had considerable experience leading me to the belief that it is of especial value also in inflammatory affections of the kidneys, bladder, and urethra of both sexes.TUCKER, in Medical Standard.

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Fere, in the Lancet, points out that the general notion of the sudden onset of marked symptoms of puerperal infection, after a longer and shorter period of silent incubation, is inexact. Even in the period of incubation important, although attenuated, symptoms may be present, and their recognition will greatly conduce to successful treatment. These

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THORNTON, ARK., July 28, 1897. The sample so kindly sent us tried on a case of marasmus in a child just one year old, and though the bottle was small, it produced a wonderful effect on this little patient. He showed evidence of malnutrition to a very marked degree, which condition was greatly improved, so much so that we ordered more of our druggist. We have recently prescribed it in cases of debility following fevers, also in a case of chronic bronchitis. These cases are likewise improving. We consider it a nice, palatable, and quite efficient preparation, and when an occasion or indication presents we will continue to prescribe it.


THOMPSON, PA., Dec. 18, 1888.

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EL DORADO, KAN., Jan. 13, 1887. Used bottle of your Syr. Hypophos. Comp. McArthur in case of incipient phthisis with magnificent result. Ordered my druggist to send for a supply at once. Shall use it freely.


STANTON, MICH., Feb. 10, 1885. Your pamphlet just received, for which accept thanks. I know that your Syr. Hypophos. Comp. is one of the best, if not the very best, for treatment of that dread monster, consumption. Had it not been for your Syr. Hypophos. Comp. my wife would not have been alive today. J. B. SULLIVAN, M. D.

HYDE PARK, MASS, Sept. 13, 1885. I thank you cordially and sincerely for your courtesy in sending me your circular, which I have read with interest and benefit, and as one who is especially interested in the treatment of "Children's Diseases." I shall always be glad to hear from you, as I have learned by experience to value your Syrup Hypophosphites in the treatment of that class of cases. A reliable, trustworthy preparation of that character is a valuable adjunct to remedial treatment and in no class of cases more so than among the children. If I can be of service to you in any way, please command my best efforts.


DURANGO, COL., May 12, 1893. I have used your Hypophosphites, and always found them excellent.


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Salicylate of sodium causes gastric disorders, with nausea and vomiting, and should, therefore, be administered diluted with plenty of water. Ulceration of the gastric mucosa has been observed after its use in capsule form. Antipyrin often irritates the digestive tract, and is best given in vichy or sodawater. The following drugs are hygro

scopic and, therefore, cause the capsule to become softened: acid phosphates and glycero-phosphates, sodium bromide, crystallized calcium chlorate, strontium chloride, piperazin, lysidin, chloral, the dry extracts of plants, and, in general, those preparations produced by evaporation in vacuum. Some solid drugs when mixed, tend to deliquescemixtures of antipyrine and sodium salicylate, for example. Certain substances, when exposed to the air, become altered, or, at least, discolored by the contained oxygen. The chief representatives of this group are the salts of iodine, the alkalies and the alkaline earths; also aristol. Free iodine combines with the starch of the capsule, producing a bluish-black discoloration. -Med. Rec.

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