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Water for all affections of the Liver
Bladder Indigestion and other Stomach Troubles
And of great efficacy in
Recommended and Endorsed by Physicians of high standing. A Comment on its Analysis-One of the most noteworthy features of the water is its remarkable freedom from organic matter; it is the purest water in this respect that I have ever examined, and this organic purity undoubtedly greatly increases the alterative and diuretic effects of its mineral constituents - WALTER S. HAINES, A. M.,M. D., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology in Rush Medical College. A 64-page book, containing analysis and other valuable information, mailed free upon application.
SILURIAN MINERAL SPRING COMPANY,
in Medicine and Surgery.
COMPOSITION-A Chemically Pure Product of Boracic Acid and
Phenol. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES-A Very Fine White Powder, Odorless, Slightly
Astringent, and of Sweetish Taste. MEDICAL PROPERTIES- Antiseptic, Antizymotic, Bactericide, Deodorant,
Disinfectant. Comparatively Inexpensive-Five parts of SENNINE dissolved in 100 parts of
water, (2 oz. make 4 pints) is sufficiently strong for an antiseptic wash. Free From Toxic and Irritating Effects—A Substitute for Carbolic Acid, Bi
chloride of Mercury, Iodoform, etc. Put up in 2 oz. Tin Boxes with inner perforated cover for convenience of applying. Price ONE DOLLAR. Sample and literature mailed FREE to Physicians on Application, or the 2 oz. Box postpaid on receipt of $1.00
DIOS CHEMICAL COMPANY, St. Louis, Mo., U. S. A.
For all derangemonts and disoases of the Kidneys, and complaints having their origin in an excess of URIC ACID of the system ; ospocially
DIABETES, INCIPIENT BRIGHT'S DISEASE, CYSTITIS, DROPSY, GOUT,
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, ANGINIA, PECTORIS,
AND FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS OF THE HEART.
The Uric Solvent of Dr. Hayden has been in the hands of Physicians for the past
seven years, and has given great satisfaction. Drs. Love, Wile and many others commend it highly.
HARD; ELASTIC - SOFT CAPSULES;
PERLOIDS" OR PEARL SHAPED
EMPTY CAPSULES: Powders. .8 sizes Liquids.
.6 sizes Vaginal. y sizes Rectal
..3 sizes Horses (Oral) .7 sizes Horses (Rectal).....3 sizes
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and all Northwest and Pacific Coast Points.
For tickets or information call on or address,
F. P. WADE, CITY TICKET AGT., or
Pacific House Corner. W. P. ROBINSON, JR.,
mail, any Capsules on our list not stocked by their jobber. SPECIFY “PLANTEN'S" ON ALL ORDERS: Sold by all Druggists.
S. M. ADSIT, General Manager,
G. F. & P. A. ST. JOSEPH, MO.
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The Rebekah Hospital
Corner Grand Avenue and Caroline Street,
SAINT LOUIS. The Rebekah Hospital is open for the reception of patients who require hospital treatment and physicians are invited to examine its appointments, which are thoroughly in accord with modern Medical and Surgical requirements. Its location is most admirable -upon the highest point in the city, with unobstructed light and air, and from a hy. gienic standpoint is unexcelled. The best results from operations are attainable by reason of the unsurpassed facilities for carrying out in aseptic detail, the most modern surgical requisities, which coupled with the sanitary features leave nothing to be desired.
The physicians comprising the attending staff are specialists in their individual lines and hence the treatment of patients is the most modern, approved and scientific.
Staff of Physicians and Surgeons.
s Dr. Jacob Geiger
Dr. R. C. Atkinson
Dr. G. F. Hulbert
.Dr. H. C. Dalton Diseases of the Eye and Ear.
Dr. C Barck Diseases of the Nervous System.. Dr. C. G. Chaddock Diseases of the Chest Dr. J. R. Lemen Diseases of the Teeth ....
Dr. L. A. Young Diseases of Children.... Dr. I. N. Love Pathology...
...Dr. Hugo Summa Obstetrics
Dr. B. M. Hypes Toxicology and Chemistry. Dr. O. E. Treutler Skin and Genito-Urinary Diseases....Dr. T. B. Taylor Bacteriology..
Dr. Given Campbell Regular rates for board $1.00, 1.50 and 2.00 per day. A certain number of free beds are available for the accommodation of the deserving poor. Physicians are invited to inspect the institution and to take advantage of the operative cases, which are from time to time presented. For further information, address
Mrs. Thos. Booth, Pres., 4337 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
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AN IDEAL LAXATIVE
The Demand For,
a pleasant and effective liquid laxative has long existed—a laxative that would be entirely safe for physicians to prescribe for patients of all ages-even the very young, the very old, the pregnant woman, and the invalid----such a laxative as the physi. cian could sanction for family use because its constituents were known to the profession and the remedy itself had been proven to be prompt and reliable in its action, as well as pleasant to administer and never followed by the slightest debilitation. After a careful study of the means to be employed to produce such
A Perfect Laxative
the California Fig Syrup Company manufactured, from the juice
of True Alexandria Senna and an excellent combination of carminative aromatics with pure white sugar, the laxative which is now so well and favorably known under the trade name of “ Syrup of Figs.” With the exceptional facilities, resulting from long experience and entire devotion to the one purpose of making our product unequalled, this demand for the perfect laxative
is met by Our Method
of extracting the laxative properties of Senna without retaining the griping principle found in all other preparations or combinations of this drug. This method is known only to us, and all efforts to produce cheap imitations or substitutes may result in injury to a physician's reputation, and will give dissatisfaction to the patient; hence, we trust that when physicians recommend or prescribe “Syrup of Figs” (Syr. Fici Cal.) they will not permit any substitution. The name “ Syrup of Figs” was given to this laxative, not because in
a few figs are used, but to distinguish it from all other laxatives, and the United States Courts have decided that we have the exclusive right to apply this name to a laxative medicine. The dose of
“SYRUP OF FIGS”
as a laxative is one or two teaspoonfuls given preferably before breakfast or at bed time. From one-half to que tablespoonful acts as a purgative, and may be repeated in six hours if necessary.
“Syrup of Figs” is never sold in bulk. It is put up in two sizes to retail at fifty cents and $1.00 per boile, and the name “Syrup of Figs ” a well as the name of the California Fig Syrup Company is printed on ihe wrappers and labels of every bottle.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP COMPANY
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
NEW YORK, N. Y,