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Highly Recommended by the Medical Faculty of both America and

Europe, and adopted by the United States Government.

More of them Sold than any other Battery in the World.





The first and only portable battery ever invented which gives both the Galvanic and Faradic Current: thus combining two distinct Batteries in one Case,

No Physician Can Afford to be without One. This Celebrated Battery is constructed on an improved plan. The zincs and carbons are fastened to hard rubber plates in sections of six each, this manner of connecting brings the plates nearer together than in any other battery ; thus giving less internal resistance. The rubber plate or cover will not warp or break, and is not affected by the fluid. The cells are composed of one piece of hard rubber and are

made in sections of six each with a drip-cup, thus one section can be handled, emptied and cleaned as easily and quickly as one cell. The fluid cannot spill or run between the cells, and there is no danger of

breaking as with glass cells. The drip-cup is to receive the elements when the battery is not in use. The Faradic coil is fastened to the hard rubber plate or cover. The rubber plate to which the zincs and carbons are attached is securely fastened over the cells when not in use, making it impossible for any of the fluid to be spilled in carrying. Our Illustrated Catalogue, a handsome book, giving full description of all our goods, and other valuable information, sent free on application.

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McIntosh Galvanic & Faradic Battery Co.,

192 and 194 Jackson Street, CHICAGO, ILL.





NERVE TONIC. FORMULA—“Celerina” is the isolated, active, nerve-toning principal of Celera, Coca and Viburnum, combined in a pleasant fluid form.

DOSE—One or two teaspoonfulls three or more times a day, as indicated.

Each Auid drachm represents three and one-half grains each-Celery, Coca and Viburnum, combined with Aromatics.

“Celerina” is the Nerve Tonic, sans pariel. It refresloes the tired brain, and imparts tone and vigor to the entire nervous system; therefore it is of the utmost value in Nervous Exhaustion, Sexual Debility, Paralysis, Dysmenorrhea, Hysteria, Chorea, Weakness of old age, and all lanquid conditions of the system.

After giving Celerina” a fair trial, I have found that, as a nerve Tonic and Vital, Reconstructor, it is what it claims to be.

L. Ch. Boisliniere, M. D., L. L. D. Professor Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, St. Louis Medical College I have given “Celerina” a fair test in two cases of debility resulting from sexual excess, and am much pleased with its action. In one of the cases, the Dyspepsia, which was a prominent complication was also cured by its use. W. R. S. Connell, M. D.

Professor Principles and Practice of Med. Joplin, Mo., College of Phys. and Sugeon.

I have obtained the most satisfactory results from the use of Celerina” in my practice. I have never prescribed a preparation to which I am more indebted.

R. Darrington, M. D., Kingston, Miss. I have prescribed “Celerina” in cases of weak, tired and nervous men and women with satisfaction. It is a powerful and refreshing tonic, lasting in its effects.

George C. Pitzer, M. D., Professor Practice of Medicine, American Medical College, St. Louis. I have used “Celerina” in a great many neuralgia cases, with satisfactory results.

N. G. Smith, M. D., President E. Ind. E. M. Association, Lewisville, Indiana. I have used “Celerina” in two cases of mental depression caused by sexual exhaustion, and have found the results very satisfactory. I can give the same favorable report in two cases of “opium habit.'

Chas. Zoller, M. D., Litchfield, Ill. I have used •*Celerina” in a case of general debility, caused by sexual excess, and the patient has generally improved under its use.

N. S. Read, M. D.,

Chandlerville, Ill. I have fully tested the merits of “Celerina,” having used some thirty-six bottles in my practice, in cases of Nervous Prostration and General Debility. It has met every indication of a nerve-tonic. I must say that I am highly pleased with it.

Č. H. Mullen, M. D., Chief, Tenn. I can bear favorable testimony to the value of “Celerina” iu nervous affections.

Chas. A. Ware, M. D.

219 N. Fourteenth street, St. Louis, Mo. I have used “Celerina” in a case of general debility, caused by sexual excess, and the patient has generally improved under its use.

N. S. Read, M. D. I have prescribed “Celerina” in my practice and find it to be a superior nerve-tonic, and take pleasure in recommending it to the profession. H. L. Harris, M. D.,

Foosland, Ill. I have been using “Celerina” with grand success in my practice. I find there is nothing better in the treatment of Impotency, etc.

E. N. Fishblatt, M. D.

Chicago, Ill.

ST. LOUIS, MO. “Celerina” is prepared for the use of Physicians only, and can be had from all reputable Druggists, wholesale and retail, in the United States, or from Richardson & Co.,

Wholesale Druggists, 710 North Main, St., Louis, Missouri.

In Corresponding with Advertisers Please Mention the "TIMES.




The Essential Elements to the Animal Organization

Potash and Lime; the OXYDIZING AGENTS, Iron and Manganese;

THE TONICS, Quinine and Strychnine; and the

VITALIZING CONSTITUENT, Phosphorus, combined in the form of a Syrup, with slight Alkaline Reaction.

It Differs in Effect from all others, Being Pleasant to Taste, Acceptable to the Stomach, and Harmless under pro

longed use. It Has Sustained a High Reputation in America and England for Efficiency in the treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Chronic Bronchitis, and other affections of the Respiratory Organs, and is employed also in various nervous and

debilitating diseases with success.

Its Curative Properties are largely attributable to Stimulant, Tonic and Nutritive qualities, whereby

the various organic functions are recruited.

Its Action is Prompt, stimulating the appetite, and the digestion, it promotes assimilation, and enters

directly into the circulation with the food products. The prescribed dose produces a feeling of buoyancy to the intellect, removing depression or melancholy, and hence is of great value in the treatment of

Mental and Nervous Affections. From its exerting a double tonic effect, and influencing a healthy flow of the secretions, its use is indicated in a wide range of diseases.

Each bottle of FELLOWS' HYPOPROSPEITES contains (28 doses.

Prepared by JAMES I. FELLOWS, Chemist, 48 Vesey Street,

NEW YORK. Circulars Sent to Physicians on Application,

NOTICE TO PHYSICIANS—Gentlemen: I will be pleased to forward to your address a sample bottle, with formula, on application. Please mention the TIMES.

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A Concentrated Powdered Extract of Beef, Partially Digested and combined with an equal portion of Gluten.

We have pleasure in presenting, for the consideration of the Medical profession, “Beef Peptonoids." We consider this product the most valuable that ever emanated from our Laboratory, and we feel confident it will be welcomed by the Profession in all parts of the world.

Beer PEPTONOIDS contains only the nutritious portions of beef. It contains no water and no inert matter of any kind. We combine the dry extract of beef with an equal portion of Gluten to prevent a tendency to deliquescense, and in order to present the preparation in a powdered and portable form. It is well known that Gluten is the most nutritious substance found in the Vegetable Kingdom, and in nutritive elements is closely allied to beef.

Four ounces of Beer PEPTONOIDS represents as much nutritive and stimulating properties as forty-eight ounces of the best lean beef.

Four ounces of Beer PEPTONOIDS contains more nutritive elements than ten pounds of any extract made by Liebig's formula, and from four to six times more Albuminoids and Fibrinoids than any beef extract ever offered to the Medical Profession.

Our machinery and process for the production of Beef Peptonoids are perfectly adapted to the elimination of all inert portions of the beef, and the retention of all the nutritive constituents. Beef Peptonoids is much less expensive than any other preparation in the market, as it contains neither water or inert matter.

The favor'our preparation of Beef Peptonoids received at the hands of Irs. Agnew, Hamilton, Bliss, Reyburn, Woodward, Barnes, &c., the corps of eminent physicians, who employed the preparation with so much advantage in the treatment of the late President Garfield, proves conclusively its great value, not only as food to be taken by the mouth, but, also, how important an agent it has been found in feeding by the Rectum.

Please refer to the very able article of Dr. D. W. Bliss, in New York “Medical Record,” July 15th, 1882, in which he so frequenily refers to Beef Peptonoids, having been used to so great an advantage. not only in the case of the late President Garfield, but many others as well.

We employ a reliable and experienced person to select the beeves before they are slaughtered, and to superintend the killing and dressing. Great care is exercised in this respect, aná none except the most healthy and suitable beeves are employed in making our Beet Peptonoids. Every physician will appreciate the importance of this care, for an extract made from diseased beef would not only be deleterious,

but would, in many cases, produce lasting injury and fatal results: The use of Beef Peptonoids is indicated as follows : Convalescence from all diseases, Fevers, Pneumonia, Weak Digestion, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Phthisis, Cholera Infantum, Marasmus, Sea Sickness, Excessive use of Alcoholc Stimulants, Per Rectum in all cases where the stomach cannot digest the food, and in debility resulting from any cause. Also, a valuable adjunct in voyages and camp life: We will be pleased to have the Profession everywhere test our assertions retgarding this preparation, and for that purpose we will be happy to mail a sample to any regular prac. itioner d siring it ; also, circulars fully explanatory.

For sale, in four ounce handsomely decorated tins, price $1.00. For the convenience of, and economy for, the Medical Profession, we also put up Beef Peptonoids in 16 oz. tins, w.ich will be sent to any address, post paid, on receipt of $2.50.

Very Respectfully,

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MALTINE is a concentrated extract of malted Barley, Wheat and Oats. In its preparation the tempera ture does not

exceed 150 deg. Fabr., thereby retaining all the nutritive and digestive agents unimipaired. Extracts of Maltare made from Barley alone, by the German process, which directs that the mash be heated to 2:2 deg, Fahr., thereby coagulating the álbuminoids and almost wholly destroying the starch digestive principle, Diastase.


MALTINE with Pepsin and Pancreatine. MALTINE with Hope

MALTINE with Phosphates. MALTINE with Alteratives.

MALTINE with Phosphates Iron and Quinia. MALTINE with Becf and Iron.

MALTINE with Phosphates Iron, Quinia & Strychen MALTINE with Cod Liver Oil.

MALTINE Fcrrated. MALTINE with Cod Liver Oil and Pancreatine. MALTINE WINE. MALTINE with Hypophosp.itcs.

MALTINE WINE with Pepsin and Pancreatine. MALTINE with Phosphorus Comp.



MEDICAL ENDORSEMENTS, We append, by permission, a few names of the many prominent Members of the Medi. cal Profession who are prescribing our Maltine Preparations : J. K. BADDUY, M. D., St. Louis, Mo., Physician to H. F. BIGGAR, M. D., Prof. of Surgical and Media St. Vincent's Insane Asylum, and Prof. Ner

cal Diseases of Wom. 1), Homeopathic Lugo vous Diseases and Climical Medicine, Missouri

pital College, Cleveland, Ouio. Medical College.

DR. DOBELL, London, England, Consulting Phy13. PORTER, A. I., M. D., St. Louis, Mo.

sician to Royal Hospital for Diseases of the E S. DUNSTER, M. D., Ann Harbor, Mich., Prof.

Chest. Obs, and Dis. Women and Children Universi- DR. T. F. GRIMSDALE, Liverpool, England, Consulto ty and in Dartmouth College

ing Physician, Ladies' Clearity and Lying-iu. THOMAS H. ANDREWS, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.,

Demonstrator of Anatomy, Jeffersuu Medical WI. ROBERTS, M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S., Manchester,

England, Prof. of Clinical Medicine, Owens B. F. HAMMEL, M. D., Philadelphia, Pan, Supt.

College School of Medicine; Physician Man. Hospital of the University of Penn.

chester Royal Infirmary and Luuatic Hospital. F. R. PALMER, M. D., Louisville, Ky. Prof, of

J. C. THOROWGOOD, M.D., F.R.C.P., London, Eng. Physiology and Personal Diagnosis, Universi

land, Physician City of London Hospital for ty of Louisville.

Chest Diseases; Physician West Luudon Hugo HUNTER MCGUIRE, M. D., Richmond, Van, Prof. of

pital. Surgery, Med. Col. of Virginia

W. C. PLATFAIR, M.D., F.R.C.P., London, Englana, F. A, MARDEN, M. D., Milwankee, Wis., Supt. and

Prof. of Obstetric Medicine in King's College, Physician, Milwaukee County Hospital

and Physician for the Discases of Women and L. P. YANDELL, M. D., Louisville, Ky., Prof. of

Children to King's College Hospital.
Clinical Medicine and Diseases of Children, W. II. WALSHE, M.D.,

F.R.C.P., Brompton, Eng
University, Louisville.

land, Consulting Physician Consumption llose JOHN, A. LARRABEE, M. D., Louisville, Ky., Prof.

pital, Bromptou, and to the University Coliege of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, and Clin

Hospitul. cal Lecturer on Diseases of Children in the

A. WINN WILLIAMS, M.D., M.R.C.S., London, Hospital College of Medicine.

England, Physician Samaritan Free liospital R. OGDEN DOREMUS, M. D., L.L.D., New York,

for Diseases of Women aud Chudren.
Prof. of Chemistry and Toxicology, Bellevue
Hospital Medical College ; Prof. of Chemistry

A. C. MACRAE, M.D., Calcntta, Ind., Dep. Insp.-Gen. and Physics, College of the City of New York.

Hosp. Ind. Service, lalu Pres. Sarg., Calcutta WALTER S. HAINES, M, D., Chicagn, Ill., Professor

EDWARD SHOPPEE, M.D., L. R.C.P., M.R.C.S., of Chemistry and Toxicology, Rush Medical

London, England.
College, Chicago.

LENNOX BROWN, F.R.C.S., London, Eng., Senior E. F. INGALLS, A.M., M. D., Chicago, Il., Clinical

Surgeon, Central Throut and Ear Ilospital. Professor of Diseases of Chest and Throat, J. CARRICK MURRAY, M. D., Newcastlr-on.myne, Woman's Medical College.

England, }'liysician to the N. C. H. Tur Lado d. A. MEUNIER. M. D., Montreal, Canada, Prof.

eases of Cuesta Victoria University.

J. A. GRANT, M. D., F.R.C.Sng Ottawa, Canada. MALTINE is prescribed by the most eminent members of the Medical Professinn in the United States, Great Britain, India, China and the English Colonies, and is lurgely used at the principal Ilospitals in preference to any of the Extracts of Malt.

peWe will forward gratuitously a 1-16, bottle of any of the above preparations to Physicians, who will pay the express charges. Send for our 28 page Pamphlet on Maltine for further particulars.

THE MALTINE MANUFACTURING CO., Of RæBD & CARNRICK, Manuf g Chemists and Pharmacists.(


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