New York Medical Eclectic, Volume 6,Masalah 4

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Halaman 168 - We will be patient, and assuage the feeling We may not wholly stay ; By silence sanctifying, not concealing, The grief that must have way.
Halaman 150 - A certain state of mental excitement, and augmentation of vital energy; florid face, and a sensation of heat throughout the body; full and strong pulse; more or less perspiration, and no thirst. This group lasted from twenty to forty minutes in some, and disappeared after that time to return no more, without any other abnormal manifestation in their health ; whilst in others the symptoms were prolonged from one to two hours, and were followed by2d.
Halaman 3 - is a complete representative of lean and fat beef, bone, blood, and muscle. It consists of all the properties which combine in the development of the animal body, which are liquefied by an artificial process, simulating natural digestion, and retaining all of their elementary values.
Halaman 18 - Our list of Pills and Granules embraces those made according to the formulas of the US Pharmacopoeia ; also most of those in common use among the profession. We also manufacture pills to order. Specify Schieffelin's when prescribing.
Halaman 18 - No article required by a formula is omitted on account of its high cost. 3. No Pills are deficient in weight. 4. The Pills are Coated while soft. 5. There is but one Coating, which is perfectly soluble, and there is no sub-coating of resinous character. 6* The Coating is so thin that the Pills are not perceptibly increased in size, and yet it is entirely sufficient...
Halaman 3 - It is not a mere stimulant, like the now fashionable extracts of beef, but contains blood-making, force-generating, and life-sustaining properties, pre-eminently calculated to support the system under the exhausting and wasting process of fevers and other acute diseases, and to rebuild and recruit the tissues and forces, whether lost in the destructive march of such affections, or induced by overwork, general debility, or the more tedious forms of chronic disease. It is friendly and helpful to the...
Halaman 180 - THE next annual meeting of the National Eclectic Medical Association will...
Halaman 179 - Jan. 8, 1879. Dr. EA Allen, of Randolph, read an essay on "Anthrax ;" Dr. John D. Mason, of Boston, one on " Dislocations;
Halaman 3 - ... wasting process of fevers and other acute diseases, and to rebuild and recruit the tissues and forces, whether lost In the destructive march of such affections, or induced by overwork, general debility, or the more tedious forms of chronic disease. It is friendly and helpful to the most delicate stomach, and where there is a fair remnant to build on, will reconstruct the most shattered and enfeebled constitution. It is entirely free from any drugs. Dispensed In 16 oz.
Halaman 150 - During the few seconds which it took him to take the antidote out of the little bag which he wore suspended round his neck, he was seized with violent pains at the heart and throat ; but he had scarcely chewed and swallowed a small portion of cedron, of the size of a small bean, when the pains ceased as by magic.

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