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Boericke & Tafel received the only Prize Medal and Diploma awarded at the Centennial 
Exhibition for Homoeopathic Medicines. 



Mannfactiirers, Importers, anil Wliolesale Dealers in Hoiceopatliic Dris 







No. 145 Grand Street. Established in 1835. 


No. 635 Arch Street. EstabHshed in 1843. 
No. 125 S. Eleventh Street. Established in 1852. 

No. 135 W. Fayette Street. Established in 1869. 

No. 234 Sutter Street. Established in 1870. 


No. 971 "Washington Street. Established in 1877. 


No. 130 Canal Street. Established in 1877. 


No. 35 S. Clark Street. Established in 1878. 


145 Grand Street, New York. 


635 Arch Street, Philadelphia. 


IN presenting a new Prices Current to our friends and patrons, we desire to 
call attention to the fact that for the last six or eight years we have made 
gradual reductions in the prices of our goods whenever increased facilities for 
manufacture or the reduced cost of the crude material permitted. At the 
present time we are enabled to announce still further reductions in the price of 
many of the articles furnished by us. 

Mother Tinctures. In the preparation of our Mother Tinctures, we 
conscientiously make use of none but fresh green plants, for the proper collec- 
tion of which we have unusual facilities. As early as 1853 we commenced to 
gather such indigenous medicinal plants as were then in use, and as the number 
increased and especially after Hale's " New Eemedies " had aj)peared, these 
botanical excursions grew more extended, until to-day we are well acquainted 
with the habitat of all of the indigenous plants in use in Homoeopathy, and collect 
most of them ourselves within a radius of less than twenty miles from Philadel- 
phia, Plants indigenous to the West we procure through our branch in Chicago ; 
those of the South, through our branch in New Orleans ; while j)lants growing 
on the Pacific Coast, the Sandwich Islands, etc., are furnished by our branch 
at San Francisco. Thus saturated tinctures made from fresh plants, gathered 
when in full vigor, may at all times be relied upon. 

European Homoeopathic Tinctures we import from the best known sources, 
i. e. from reputable Homoeopathic Pharmacies. 

The only exceptions to above rule are tinctures from plants growing in 
distant countries, as Nux vom., Pheum, Ignatia, etc., which of necessity are 
made from carefully selected dry material. 

Triturations. Our Triturations are made with Pure Sugar of Milh in 
steam triturators with the latest improvements. Having ample facilities, we are 
enabled to accord to each trituration fully two hours, whereby an unusual degree 
of excellence is obtained. Eemedies such as Sepia, Mercurius v., Graphites, 
are triturated four hours or longer, until the desired grade of comminution is 

High Triturations. Years ago we ordered, as an experiment, 30th 
triturations of half a dozen remedies from Gruner's old pharmacy in Dresden 
and as they sold well and gave good satisfaction, we concluded to make high 
triturations of our own, and have now in stock over fifty remedies in the 30th 
and 60th decimal trituration, as per list on page 17. Additions are made from 
time to time as required. 

Dilutions. Our Dilutions are all couscientiously made by hand. We 
commenced by running up one hundred remedies to the 30th, retaining all inter- 
mediate attenuations and using a separate box for each remedy. Gradually the 
list has increased until to-day we carry in stock over seven hundred remedies, 
and are able to supply any of them like the 12th, 15th, 24th, etc., as readily as 
the 3d or 6th. Each of our eight pharmacies carries a similar set in stock, and 
our patrons thus have absolute surety of obtaining any intermediate potency 
called for. 

High Potencies. Finding that our 30th gave good satisfaction to 
physicians, we concluded to make in like manner High Potencies, that is, pre- 
pare them by hand, with pure alcohol, giving each potency twelve powerful 
strokes. We have thus carried up over 250 remedies to the 200th, 150 to the 
500th and 100 to the 1000th potency, retaining only a few of the intermediate 
potencies as the 60th, 100th and 150th. 

Alcohol so largely used in Homoeoj)athic Preparations, we take great 
pains to obtain in the utmost purity. We keep only one quality in stock, and 
this is used alike for the tinctures as well as for potencies. 

Our Sugar of Milk. Chemical tests made to examine into the purity 
of our Sugar of Milk, have proved it to be "quite pure and free from all de- 
leterious substances." (See Hahnemannian Monthly, pp. 185, March, 1879). 

Pure Sugar Pellets for many years were made solely by confection- 
ers. We make ours on our own premises from the purest sugar obtainable, for 
thus only can absolute surety of their freedom from foreign substances be at- 
tained. For many years we have manufactured all pellets sold in our pharma- 
cies, and we are able to guarantee their absolute purity, while in price they 
are not higher than those made by confectioners. 

Our Distilled Water is prepared in a copper still, heavily lined 
with gold, and is furnished in glass stoppered bottles ; thus it can be kept for 
a year or longer without change. 

Our Pharmacies. Physicians' supplies are prepared at our laboratory 
and manufactory in Philadelphia, which is presided over personally by a 
member of the firm. By thus concentrating the manifold manipulations, many 


advantages are secured. From there they are distributed, as wanted, to our sev- 
eral establishments, and thus preparations of our well-known standard quality 
can be obtained at all times alike at any of our branches. 

The Superintendents of our branch Pharmacies relieved of the laborious 
manipulations incident to the preparation of medicines, are able to devote their 
whole attention to the filling of our patron's orders, which rarely are on their 
hands for over twenty-four hours. 

In conclusion, we beg to assure the profession that, as it has ever been our 
endeavor to excel in the quality of our preparations, we nev^er spare pains or 
expense in procuring the very best of everything in our line ; that while fur- 
nishing our medicines at a moderate advance on cost, we do not intend to com- 
pete with establishments whose sole claims lie in cheap prices. Our endeavors 
have met with hearty acknowledgement by the profession, and the generous 
support accorded to our establishments, bears witness of our ability to give 
satisfaction to our many patrons. 




In ordering medicines j)lease specify carefully what attenuation you desire, 
and also the forms in which they are required, whether Mother Tinctures, Trit- 
urations, Liquid Dilutions, or Medicated Pellets ; also, whether you wish them 
prepared according to the decimal or centesimal scale, as both are kept on 
hand. Preparations according to the decimal scale, are distinguished from the 
centesimal by an " X " appended to the number of the attenuation. 

Do not depend upon our remembrance of some previous order. State how 
you wish your goods forwarded, — by mail, express, or otherwise. 

Write the name of your town, county, or state, and your own name distinctly. 

If an article not enumerated in the Catalogue is desired, be particular to 
give a full description, and if possible the price, when there is a choice of 
qualities or styles. 

Goods sent by mail, except such articles as are advertised free, will be 
charged with the postage, which must accompany the remittance. 

Goods ordered to be sent by express, C. O. D. (cash on delivery), will be 
charged with exj)ense of collection on all bills under five dollars. 

Remittances may be made by postal order and checks, by bankers' drafts? 
by registered letter or by express. 

All goods are carefully packed, and can be transported safely, with careful 
handling, to any part of the country. They become the property of the 
purchaser when they leave the store ; therefore for all delays or damages he 
must look to the transporters of the goods, who alone are legally responsible to 
their owner for their prompt and safe delivery. 

Goods are not insured except by request, and then always at the expense 
of the purchaser. 

Should there be any misunderstanding on our pai't in putting up an order, 
it will afford us pleasure to correct it, on receiving prompt notice of the same, 
as it is our desire to give entire satisfaction in every transaction. 

Attention to the foregoing hints, will enable us to fill all orders, large or 
small, as satisfactorily to the purchaser as though he were personally present. 



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1 drachm vial, 

2 " 

i- ounce " 
1 " 

$0 10 

2 ounce vial, 


4 " " 


8 " 


16 " 

^0 45 


1 60 

3 00 


Price, per 1 Ounce Vial. 

Aconitum cammarum..!pO 50 

" ferox 50 

Agaricus emeticns 50 

Agnus castus 50 

Amyl. nitrite 50 

Anatherum muricatuni 75 

Anthoxanthum odor.... 50 

Aranea diadema 50 

Badiaga 50 

Barbus fiuviatalis 50 

Boletus satanas 50 

Bromium 50 

Bufo cinereus 75 

Glonoine Ix. 

Cactus grandiflorus $0 50 

Caladium seguinum.. .. 75 

Cancer astacus 50 

Canclialagua 75 

Clienopodium gl. aphis 50 

Cimex lectularius 1 00 

Coccionella septemp.... 50 

Condurango 50 

Cotyledon umbilicus.... 1 00 

Datura ar borea 5U 

Elaterium 50 

Eriodict von calif. (Yer- 

ba Santa) 50 

U 00. N.B. 

Eugenia jambos $0 50 

Grindelia robusta 50 

Gryllus domesticus 50 

Plydrocotyle Asiatica... 1 00 

Lacerta agilis 50 

Mepliites 75 

Oenantlie crocata 50 

Oniscus ascellns 50 

Myrtus communis ,. . 75 

Piper methysticnm 50 

Quillaja saponaria 50 

Tarantula 1 00 

Xanthium spinosum.. . 50 

No stronger preparation sold. 

We can furnish glass-stoppered vials, from ,'2 oz. size upward when desired, at an additional cost of 3 cents per vial. 





ounce vial 



u u 



(t il 



li 11 

1 drachm vial, 


J ounce " 

•1 le II 


Price, per 1 Ounce Vial. 

Aconitia, pure Alkaloid (Duquesnel) 

2x $2 00 

Aconitin, Resinoid (Keith) Ix 

Ambra grisea vera Ix 7 

" 2x 1 

Anemonin 2x 2 

Apis 2x 

Argentum met Ix 2 

Atropia pura Ix 4 

" 2x , 

Atropia sulph Ix 3 

" " 2x 

Aurum arsenicum 2x 2 

Aurum metallicum Ix •. 7 

^0 45 


1 60 

3 00 

Aurum metallicum 2x 

1 00 


Aurum muriaticum Ix 

4 50 





Aurum mur. natronatum Ix 

2 50 





Apomorphia mur. (crystallized) 


8 00 


(< u 


1 00 


Berbine Ix 

1 50 


CafFein Ix 

1 00 


Chinin. arsenicum Ix 

1 50 





" hydrocvanicum Ix 

1 50 


" sulphuricum Ix 



Codeine Ix 

1 50 


List of Hislier-Priced Triturations — Continued. 

Codeine 2x 

Cuprum metallicum Ix 

Digitalinum, Pure Alkaloid (Mark's) 

" " " 2x 

Digitalin, Eesinoid (Keith's) Ix 

Elaterium Ix 

Gelsemium hydrochloricum 2x 

Hydrastin muriaticum Ix 

Iridium metallicum 2x 

Lapus albus Ix 

Lachesis, (3d centesimal) 

Madar (calotropis gigantea) Ix 

Manganum met. 2x 

Mercurius aurat. 2x 

Morphium, acet., mur. or sulph Ix... 

Moschus, true tonquin Ix 

Mosclius, true tonquin 2x 

1 00 


Palladium met. 2x 

Pilocarpin 2x 

Platina metallica Ix 

" 2x 

Pulmo vulpis Ix 

Rhodium met. 2x 

Selenium Ix 

Sepia Ix 

Solanin 2x 

Stannum met. Ix 

Strychninum phosphoricum Ix. 

" purum Ix 

" nitricum Ix 

Tellurium Ix 


Titanium 2x 

Veratria (Merk's) Ix 



"We caQ furnish glass-stoppered vials, from .^^ oz. size upward when desired, at an additional cost of 3 cents per vial. 

N.B. — Ix Trituratious at double price or 50 cents per ounce will be found 
marked with an asterisk in "Complete list of Medicines." 

Note. — All the higher priced Triturations are subject to fluctuations in 
accordance with the varying prices of the crude material. 



1 drachm vial, 

2 " 

2 ounce ... 

We can furnish glass-stoppered vials, from \ 


1 ounce vial, 


2 " " 


4 " " 

$0 25 

; OZ. size upward wheu desired, at an additional cost of 3 cents jjer vial. 


We have on hand the 60th, 100th, 150th, 200th, 500th, and 1000th cen- 
tesimal, which we sell either in liquid or medicated pellets at the following rates : 

1 drachm vial, 

2 " " 

t ounce ... 

We can furnish glass-stoppered vials, from % oz. 


1 ounce vial, 


2 " " 


4 " " 

W 45 

1 35 

! upward when desired, at an additional cost of 3 cents per vial. 

For list of High Potencies, see page 19. 



We have over fifty remedies on hand in the 30th and 60th decimal. 

. $0 45 


. 1 60 

3 00 

We can furnish glass-stoppered vials, from H oz. size upward when desired, at an additional cost of 3 cents per vial. 

For list of High Triturations, see page 17. * 

1 drachm 













ounce ^ 

















In pursuance of numerous requests we liave lately put up a line 
of ready-made powders of iivo grains each, of all the frequently used 
triturations, excepting such as will not keep in paper. 

One hundred of these powders are put up in a neat bos well secured 
against atmospheric influences. 

Price per box of 100 Powders 35 cents or ten boxes for $3 (with 
the exception of high priced triturations to whicli a corresponding 
increase in price ^vill be made). 

We have them put up also in envelopes, each one containing ten 
powders and ten or twent^'-'five envelopes in a box. 

Price per box of 100 powders in ten envelopes, 40 cents or of 250 
powders in 25 envelopes, $1; per 1000 powders in 100 envelopes $3.50. 

Physicians ordering 5000 or more powders in envelopes at a time 
can have their names and office hours printed on the envelopes without 

At an additional cost of 3 cents per 100 we can send these powders 
by mail to all parts of the country. 


Triturations carried in Ikl in Ready Made Powders 



Arsenicum album 2x; 3x; 6x. Mercur. subl. corr. 2x; 3x; 6x. 

Graphites 3x; fix. Mercur. vivus Ix; 2x; 3x; 6x. 

Hepar sulph. calc. Ix; 2x; 3x; 6x. Natrum mur. 3x; 6x. 

Kali bichromicum Ix; 2x; 3x; 6x. Sepia 3x; 6x. 

Mercur. jod. flav. Ix; 2x; 3x; 6x. Silicea 2x; 3x; 6x. 

Mercur. jod. ruber 2x; 3x; 6x. Sulphur 3x; 6x. 

Mercur. sol. H. Ix; 2x; 3x; 6x. Tartar, emetic. 2x; 3x; 6x. 

Additions to above are steadily being made. Orders for any 
Medicine not on above list promptly filled. 

145 GrEAND Street, New York. 




The following Medicines are constantly on hand either in Mother Tinctures, 
Triturations or Dilutions. We prefix d (or theta) to remedies which we fur- 
nish in Mother Tinctures and Dilutions ; t. (for Trituration) to remedies in that 
form, and d. (Dilution) to remedies which we can only supply in Dilution. 

Of many remedies we can furnish both, Mother Tincture and Trituration. 

N.B. — In ordering Potencies, please state whether the decimal or centesi- 
mal preparation is wanted. If nothing special is mentioned the centesimal will 
be sent. We have over seven hundred remedies potentized up to the 30th, and 
as we retain all intermediate potencies, orders for the 12th, 15th and 24th or 
any other intermediate potency can promptly be filled. 

Triturations marked 1, 2, 3, signify the centesimal trituration, while to the 
decimal invariably an X is added to the numeral, thus Ix, 2x, 3x. 

When ordering Mother Tinctures or Triturations please consult list of 
higher priced preparations on page 7. 

Remedies, in this list, marked with an asterisk are at double price, or 50 
cents per ounce, in the first decimal trituration. 

Abelmoschus IV. 
Abies Canadensis III. 
Abies nigra VI. 
Abrotanum III. 
Acalypha indica 
Acidum aceticum V. 
Acidum benzoicum 
Acidum boracicum 
Acidum bromicum V. 
Acidum carbolicum VI. 
Acidum chromicum V. 
Acidum citricum 
Acidum fluoricum 
Acidum formicicum V. 
Acidum gallicum 
Acidum hydrocyanicum 
Acidum lacticum V. 
Acidum molybdsenicum 
Acidum muriaticum V. 
Acidum nitricum V. 
Acidum oxalicum 
Acidum phosphoricum V. 
Acidum picricum 
Acidum salicylicum 
Acidum succinicum 
Acidum sulphuricum V. 
Acidum tannicum 
Acidum tartaricum 
Acidum uricum. 
Aconitum cammarum IV. 
Aconitum ferox IV. 
Aconitum lycoctonum I, 
Aconitum napellus I. 
Aconitum radix III. 
Aconitia (alkaloid) 
Actaea racemosa III. 
Actaea spicata III, 

t. Adamas 

Aesculus glabra III. 

6 Aesculus hippocastanum III. 

t. Aethiops mineralis 

6 Aethusa cynapium III. 

6 Agaricus emeticus III. 

6 Agaricus muscarius III. 

Agave Americana III. 

Agnus castus III. 

6 Agrostema githago IV. 

6 Ailanthus glandulosa III. 

6 Aletris farinosa III. 

t. Aletrin* (Resinoid) 

6 Alcohol sulphuris VI. 

6 Allium cepa III. 

6 Allium sativum III. 

6 Alnus rubra III. 

6 Aloe soccotrina IV. 

t. Alstonia constricta 

d Althsea III. 

t. Alumen 

t. Alumina 

t. Aluminium metallicum 

t. Ambra grisea 

t. Ammoniacum gummi* 

t. Ammonium aceticum 

t. Ammonium benzoicum 

t. Ammonium bromicum 

t. Ammonium carbonicum 

6 Ammonium causticum 

t. Ammonium bypophosphoricum 

t. Ammonium jodatum* 

t. Ammonium muriaticum 

t. Ammonium phosphoricum 

t. Ammonium valerianicum 

t. Ampelopsin (Eesinoid) 

d Ampelopsis quinquefolia III. 

The Roman Numerals (I, II, III, rV) haxe reference to the olaes the remedies belong, according to Pharmacopoeia Pol. 









d. Araphisbsena vermicularis 

Asclepias tuberosa III. 

6 AniygdaliB amarse 

6 Asclepias vincetoxicum III. 

6 Amyl nitrite VI. 

6 Askalabotes laevis IV. 

6 Anacardium orientale IV. 

6 Asparagus officinalis III. 

Anagallis arvensis I. 

6 Asperula odorata III. 

6 Andira inermis IV. 

6 Asplenium scolop IV. 

6 Anatherum muricatum IV. 

6 Astacus fluviatilis IV. 

t. Anemonin 

6 Asterias rubens IV. 

6 Angelica IV, 

t. Atropia 

6 Angusturse cortex IV. 

t. Atropia sulphurica 

6 Angustura spuria IV. 

t. Aurura arsenicum 

6 Anisum stellatum IV. 

d. Aurum fulminans 

6 Anthemis nobilis III. 

t. Aurum metallicum 

6 Anthoxanthum odoratum III, 

t. Aurum muriaticum 

t. Anthracin 

t. Aurum muriaticum natronatum 

t. Antliracite 

d. Aurum sulfuratum 

t. Anthrakokali 

6 Badiaga IV. 

t. Antimonium crudum 

t. Balanorrhine 

t. Antimonium oxydatum 

6 Balsamum peruvianum VI. 

t. Antimonium jodatum 

6 Baptisia tinctoria III. 

t. Antimonium sulphuratum auratum 

t. Baptisin* (Resinoid) 

t. Antimonium tartaricum. 

Barbus fluviatilis IV. 

d. Antirrhinum linarium 

6 Barosma crenata IV. 

6 Aphis chenopodii glauci IV. 

t. Baryta acetica 

6 Apis mellifica IV. 

t. Baryta jodata 

t. Apium virus 

t. Baryta carbonica 

6 Apocynum cannabinum III. . 

t. Baryta caustica 

6 Apocynum androssemifolium III, 

t. Baryta muriatica 

t. Apocynin* (Resinoid) 

6 Belladonna I. 

t. Apomorphia muriatica 

6 Belladonna e radice I. 

6 Aquilegia III. 

Bellis perennis I. 

Aralia hispanica III. 

6 Benzinum nitricum VI. 

6 Aralia racemosa III. 

6 Benzoicum acidum VI. 

6 Aranea diadema IV. 

t. Berberina 

6 Arctium lappa III. 

6 Berberis vulgaris IV. 

t. Argentum metallicum 

t. Bismuthum metallicum* 

d Argentum nitricum V. 

t. Bismuthum nitricum* 

6 Aristolochia clematitis III. 

t. Bismuthum oxydatum 

t. Aristolochia milhomens 

d. Blatta Americana 

6 Armoracia III. 

6 Boletus laricis IV. 

6 Arnica montana III, 

6 Boletus pini IV. 

Arnica e radice IV. 

6 Boletus satanas IV. 

t. Arsenicum album* 

e Borago III. 

d. Arsenicum chloricum 

t. Borax 

t. Arsenicum citrinum* 


d. Arsenicum hydrogenisatum 

t. Boviluinum 

t. Arsenicum jodatum* 

d. Brachyglottis repens 

t. Arsenicum metallicum* 

6 Branca ursina III. 

t. Arsenicum rubrum* 

6 Brayera anthelminthica IV. 

6 Artemisia abrotanum III. 

6 Bromium VI. 

6 Artemisia absynthium III. 

6 Brucea antidysenterica IV. 

6 Artemisia vulgaris III. 

6 Bryonia alba I. 

6 Arum maculatum 

e Buchu IV. 

6 Arum triphyllum III. 

6 Bufo cinereus IV. 

6 Arundo mauritianica IIL 

d. Bufo sahytiensis 

6 Asafcetida IV. 

6 Cactus grandiflorus III. 

6 Asarum Canadensis III. 

t. Cadmium metallicum 

6 Asarum Europaeum IV. 

t. Cadmium sulphuricum 

6 Athamanta oreoselinum I. 

t. CafFein 

d Atriplex olidum IV. 

e Cahinca IV. 

6 Asclepias incarnata IIL 

d Caladium seguinum III. 

6 Asclepias syriaca III. 

e Calabar bean IV. 

The Roman Numerals (I, II, m, iv) have reference to the class the remedies belong, according to Pharmacopoeia Pol. 














d Calcarea acetica 

d China officinalis IV. 

t. Calcarea arsenicosa 

t. Cbininum arsenicum 

t. Calcarea carbonica* 

t. Chininum hydrocyanicum. 

t. Calcarea caustica 

t. Chininum muriaticum 

t. Calcarea chlorata 

t. Chininum purum 

t. Calcarea fluorica — 

t. Chininum sulphuricum 

t. Calcarea hypophosphorica 

e Chinoidin VI. 

t. Calcarea jodata 

t. Chionanthus virginica III. 

Calcarea muriatica V. 

e Chloral hydrat V. 

t. Calcarea ostrearum* 

e Chlorinum V. 

t. Calcarea oxalica 

e Chloroform VI. 

t. Calcarea phosphorica 

t. Chrysolithus 

t. Calcarea silicata* 

6 Cicuta virosa I. 

t. Calcarea sulphurica 

6 Cimex lectularius 

t. Calcarea sulphurata 

6 Cimicifuga racemosa III. 

t, Calcarea urica 

e Cina IV. 

6 Calendula officinalis I. 

6 Cinchona officinalis IV. 

t. Calotropis giganthea 

t. Cinchoninura sulphuricum 

, 6 Caltha palustris I. 

t. Cinnabaris 

t. Cameo* 

6 Cinnamomum Zeylanicum IV. 

6 Camphora VI. 

6 Cistus Canadensis III. 

6 Cancer astacus IV. 

t. Citricum acidum 

6 Canchalagua III. 

6 Clematis erecta I. 

d. Canna angustifolia 

6 Clematis virginica III. 

Q Cannabis indica IV. 

6 Clematis vitalba III. 

6 Cannabis sativa III, 

t. Cobaltum metallicum 

6 Cantharis IV. 

e Coca IV. 

6 Capsicum annuum IV. ' 

6 Coccionella septempunctata IV. 

d Capsicum baccata IV. 

6 Cocculus indicus IV. 

t. Carbo animalis* 

6 Coccus cacti IV. 

t. Carbo picse 

Cochlearia armoracia III. 

t. Carbo vegetabilis 

t. Codein 

6 Carbolicum acidum VI. 

6 CofFea cruda IV. 

6 Carburetum sulphuris VI. 

d Colchicum autumnale IV. 

d Carduus benedictus III. 

CoUinsonia Canadensis III. 

Q Carduus marianus IV. 

t. Collinsonin (Eesinoid) 

6 Carica papaya III. 

t. Colocynthin* 

t. Carlsbad salz 

d Colocynthis IV. 

e Cascarilla IV. 

t. Colostrum 

6 Castanea vesca III. 

6 Commocladia dentata IV. 

t. Castor equorum 

6 Condurango IV. 

Castoreum IV. 

t. Conein 

Q Caulophyllum thalictroides IIL 

6 Conium maculatum I. 

t. Caulophyllin* (Eesinoid) 

6 Convolvulus arvensis III. 

6 Causticum 

d. Convolvulus duartinus 

6 Ceanothus Americanus III. 

Copaiva officinalis VI. 

e Cedron IV. 

t. Coptis trifoliata III. 

e Cepa III. 

t. Corallium rubrum 

6 Cephalanthus occ III. 

t. Cornin (Eesinoid) 

t. Ceracin (Eesinoid) 

Cornus circinata III. 

6 Cerasus virginicus III. 

6 Cornus florida III. 

6 Cereus bonplantii III. 

6 Cornus sericea III. 

t. Cerium oxalicum* 

6 Corydalis formosa III. 

d. Cervus Brasilicus 

t. Cosmolin 

d Chamomilla I. 

6 Cotyledon umbilicus III. 

6 Chelidonium majus I. 

t. Crabro venenum 

Chelone glabra III. 

d Crocus sativus IV. 

d Cbenopodium anthelminthicum IIL 

t. Crotalus horridus 

d Cbenopodium botrys III. 

d. Crotalus cascavella 

6 Cbenopodium olidum I. 

e Croton chloral VI. 

6 Cbenopodium glauci aphis IV. 

6 Croton tiglium IV. 

d Cbimaphila umbeUata III. 

d Cubeba officinalii IV. 

The Eoman Numerals (I, II, III, IT) have reference to the clacs the remedies belong, according to Pharmacop«eia Pol. 














t. Cuprum aceticum* 

t. Ferrum aceticum 

t. Cuprum ammoniatum* 

t. Ferrum carbonicum 

t. Cuprum arsenicosura* 

t. Ferrum jodatum 

t. Cuprum carbonicum* 

t. Ferrum lacticum 

t. Cuprum metallicum 

t. Ferrum magneticum 

t. Cuprum sulphuricum 

t. Ferrum metallicum 

d Cynanchum vincetoxicum III. 

6 Ferrum muriaticum V. 

6 Cyclamen Europseum I. 

t. Ferrum phosphoricum 

6 Cypripedium pubescens III. 

t. Ferrum pyrophosphoricum 

t. Cypripedin* (Eesinoid) 

t. Ferrum subsulphuricum 

6 Damiana IV. 

t. Ferrum sulphuricum 

d. Daphne Indica 

6 Filix masculinus III. 

6 Datura arborea III. 

d. Fluoricum acidum 

d. Delphinus amazonicus. 

6 Formica rufa 

6 Diadema aranea IV. 

6 Farfara. III. 

6 Dictamnus albus IV. 

6 Fragaria vesca III. 

t. Digitalinnm 

6 Frasera Carolinensis III. 

6 Digitalis purpurea I. 

6 Fucus vesiculosus III. 

t. Dioscorin* (Eesinoid) 

6 Galium aparine III. 

Dioscorea villosa III. 

t. Gallicum acidum 

6 Dipteryx odorata IV. 

6 Gambogia IV. 

6 Dipsacus sylvestris III. 

t. Gelsemin* (Eesinoid) 

Dirca palustris III. 

t. Gelsemium hydrochloricum. 

6 Doliclios pruriens IV. 

6 Gelsemium nitidum III. 

6 Damiana IV. 

6 Gentiana cruciata III. 

d. Doreanthus gloriosus 

6 Gentiana Californica III. 

d Doryphora decemlineata IV. 

' 6 Gentiana lutea III. 

6 Drosera rotundifolia I. 

6 Geranium robertianum I. 

d Dryobalanops camphora VI. 

6 Geranium maculatum III. 

6 Dulcamara I. 

e Ginseng III. 

6 Dracontium fcetidum III. 

d. Glanderin 

d. Elaps corallinus 

6 Glonoinum VI. 

d Elaterium IV. 

6 Glycerinum V. 

d. Eleis guineensis 

Gnaphalium polycephalum III. 

6 Epigsea repens III. 

d. Gononhoin 

6 Equisetum hyemale III. 

6 Gossypium herbaceum III. 

Erechtites hieracifolius III. 

t. Gossypin* (Eesinoid) 

6 Erigeron Canadense III. 

6 Granati cortex IV. 

6 Eriodendron III. 

t. Granatum lapis 

t. Ergotin* 

t. Graphites* 

6 Eryngium aquaticum III. 

6 Gratiola officinalis I. 

6 Eryngium maritimum III. 

6 Grindelia robusta III. 

t. Eryngin* (Eesinoid) 

6 Gryllus domesticus IV. 

6 Eryodiction Californicum III. 

e Guaco IV. 

(Yerba santa) 

d. Guano australis 

6 Erythroxylon coca IV. 

6 Guajacum VI. 

6 Eucalyptus globulus IV. 

6 Guarsea trichloides 

d Eugenia jambos IV. 

6 Gummi gutti IV. 

6 Euonymus atropurpuraeus III. 

6 Gymnocladus Canadensis III. 

6 Euonymus Europseus I. 

6 Hamamelis virginica III. 

6 Eupatorium aromaticum III. 

6 Hsematoxylon campecliianum IV. 

6 Eupatorium perfoliatum III. 

t. Hecla lava 

6 Eupatorium purpureum III. 

6 Hedeoma pulegioides III. 

6 Euphorbium IV. 

d. Hedysarum ildefonsianum 

6 Euphorbia coroUata III. 

6 Helianthus annuus IV. 

6 Euphorbia hypericifolia III, 

6 Helleborus niger III. 

6 Euphorbia villosa III. 

6 Helonias dioica III. 

t. Euphorbin* (Eesinoid) 

t. Helonin* (Eesinoid) 

6 Euphrasia 11. 

t. Hepar sulphuris calcareum 

e Eupion VI. 

t. Hepar sulphuris kalinum 

6 Fagopyrum esculentum III. 

6 Hepatica triloba III. 

t. Ferrum bromicum 

6 Heracleum sphondilicum I. 

The Boman Numerals (I, II, III, ly) have reference 

to the class the remedies beloug, according to Pharmacopoeia Pol. 




t. Hippomanes 

t. Lachesis 

t. Hippozsenia 

6 Lachnantes tinctoria III. 

6 Humulus lupulus II. 

t. Lactucarium 

d. Hura Brasiliensis 

Lactuca sativa I. 

t. Hydrastin* (Kesinoid) 

6 Lactuca virosa I. 

t. Hydrastin mnriaticura 

6 Lamium album I. 

t. Hydrastin sulphuricum* 

6 Lapathum acutum HI. 

6 Hydrastis Canadensis III. 

t. Lapis albus 

9 Hydrocotyle Asiatica IV. 

6 Laurocerasus II. 

d. Hydrocyanicum acidum 

6 Ledum palustre III. 

d. Hydrophobinum 

d. Lepidium bonariense 

6 Hydrophyllum virginicum III. 

d Leptandra virginica HI. 

6 Plydropiper III. 

t. Leptandi-in* (Kesinoid) 

6 Hyoscyamus niger I. 

6 Lilium tigrinum HI. 

6 Hypericum perforatum III. 

t. Lithium bromicum 

6 Iberis amara III. 

t. Lithium carbonicum 

6 Ignatia amara IV. 

6 Lobelia cardinalis III. 

6 Ilex opaca III. 

6 Lobelia ccerulea HI. 

6 Illicium anisatum IV. 

6 Lobelia inflata HI. 

t. Indigo 

6 Lobelia longiflora HI. 

d. Indium metallicum 

6 Lobelia syphilitica HI. 

6 Inula helenium III. 

6 Lolium temulentum IV. 

6 lodium 


t. Iodoform* 

t. Lupulin 

6 Ipecacuanha IV. 

6 Lycopersycum. 3. 

t. Iridium 

t. Lycopodium clavatum 

6 Iris versicolor III. 

6 Lycopus virginicus HI. 

t. Irisin 

t. Macrotin (Resinoid) 

6 Jaborandi IV. 

6 Macropiper methysticum HI. 

d. Jacaranda caroba 

t. Madar 

d Jalappa IV. 

t. Magnesia carbonica 

d. Janipha maniliot 

t. Magnesia muriatica 

6 Jatropha curcas IV. 

t. Magnesia phosphorica 

6 Juglans regia III. 

t. Magnesia sulphurica 

6 Juglans cinerea III. 

t. Magnesia usta 

6 Juncus effusus III. 

t. Magnesium metallicum 

6 Juncus pilosus III. 

t. Magnes polus arcticus 

6 Juniperus communis HI. 

t. Magnes polus australis 

6 Kali aceticum V. 

6 Magnolia glauca HI. 

t. Kali arsenicosum 

Majorana IV. 

t. Kali bichromicum 

Mancinella HI. 

t. Kali bromicum 

t. Manganum aceticum 

t. Kali carbonicum 

t. Manganum carbonicum 

d. Kali causticum 

t. Manganum metallicum 

6 Kali chloricum V. 

d. Mariopa 

t. Kali cyanicum 

Marum verum IV. 

t. Kali ferrocyanicum 

Matico IV. 

t. Kali permanganicum 

d. Melastoma Akermanni 

6 Kali hydrojodicum VI. 

Melilotus HI. 

t. Kali hypophosphoricum 

Meloe majalis 

t. Kali phosphoricum 

Mentha piperita HI. 

t. Kali muriaticum 

Menyanthes trifoliata I. 

t. Kali nitricum 

Menyspermum Canadense HI. 

t. Kali sulphuricum 


6 Kalmia latifolia III. 

Mercm-ialis perennis 11. 

t. Kaolin 

t. Mercurius aceticus 

d Kino IV. 

t. Mercurius auratus 

d Kousso IV. 

t. Mercurius bijodatus 

6 Kreosotum VI. 

t. Mercurius cyanuretus 

6 Lacerta agilis 

t. Mercurius dulcis 

d. Lac caninum 

t. Mercurius jodatus flavus 

d. Lac defioratum 

t. Mercurius jodatus ruber 

The Roman Numerals (1, 11, III, IV) have reference to the class the remedies belong, according to Pharmacopoeia Pol. 



t. Mercurius nitrosus 

t. Mercurius prsecipitatus albus 

t. Mercurius prsecipitatus ruber 

t. Mercurius protqjodatus 

t. Mercurius solubilis Hahnemanni 

t. Mercurius sublimatus corrosivus 

t. Mercurius sulphuratus niger 

t. Mercurius sulphuricus 

t. Mercurius sulphurosua 

t. Mercurius vivus* 

6 Mezereum II. 

e Millefolium I. 

6 Mitchella repens III. 
d. Mimosa humilis 

6 Momordica balsamica I. 
t. Monobromidum camphorse* 

Monotropa uniflora III. 
t. Morphium aceticum 
t. Morphium muriaticum 
t. Morphium purum 
t. Morphium sulphuricum 
t. Moschus tonquinensis 
t. Murex purpureus 

6 Muriaticum acidum V. 
d. Murure Leite 
d. Mygale avicularia 
d. Mygale lasiodora 

6 Myosotis symphitifolia III. 

6 Myrica cerifera III. 
d. Myristica sebifera 

d Myrtus communis III. 

6 Nabulus albus III. 

t. Naja tripudians 

e Naphtha VI. 

t. Narcotinum 

t. Narcotinum aceticum 

t. Natrum arsenicosum 

t. Natrum carbonicum 

t. Natrum hypophosphoricuim 

t. Natrum muriaticum 

t. Natrum nitricum 

t. Natrum phosphoricum 

t. Natrum sulphuricum 

t. Natrum sulpho-carbolicum 

t. Natrum salicylicum 

6 Nepeta cataria III. 

t. Niccolum carbonicum 

t. Niccolum metallicum 

t. Niccolum sulphuricum 
d. Nicotinum 

Nigella damascena IV. 

Nitri spiritus dulcis VI. 

d Nitricum^ acidum V. 

t. Nitrum 

Nucis vomicae cortex IV. 

6 Nuphar luteum I. 

d Nux juglans III. 

6 Nux moschata IV. 

d Nux vomica IV. 

6 Nymphsea odorata III. 

6 Nymphsea lutea III. 
d. Ocimum canum 

d. Odonte necrosin 
Oenantlie crocata I. 
6 Oenothera biennis III. 
6 Oleander II. 

t. Oleum animale aethereum VI. 
6 Oleum cajeputi VI. 
t. Oleum jecoris aselli 
t. Oleum ligni Santali 
6 Oleum ricini communis VI. 
t. Olibanum 
6 Oniscus asellus IV. 
6 Ononis spinosa III. 
e Opium IV. 
6 Opopanax IV. 
6 Opuntia vulgaris III. 
6 Origanum vulgare III. 
6 Orobanche virginica III. 
6 Ostrya virginica III. 
t. Osmium 
t. Oxalicum acidum 
6 Pseonia officinalis I. 
t. Palladium 
d. Panacea arvensis 
t. Pancreatine 
t. Paraffin 
6 Pareira brava IV 
d Paris quadrifolia I. 
6 Passiflora incarnata III. 
d. Paullinia pinnata 
d. Paullinia sorbilis 
6 Pavia Ohio III. 
t. Pepsin 

d. Pediculus capitis 
d. Petiveria tetrandra 
d Petroleum VI. 
6 Petroselinum sativum IV. 
6 Phellandrium aquaticum IV. 
t. Phosphide of zinc 
6 Phosphoricum acidum V. 
d. Phosphorus* 
6 Phytolacca decandra III. 
t. Phytolaccin (Resinoid) 
6 Pichurim IV. 
t. Picricum acidum 
t. Pilocarpin 

d Pilocarpus pennatifolius IV. 
6 Pimpinella saxifraga III. 
6 Piper methysticum III. 
6 Piper nigrum IV. 
6 Plantago major III. 
t. Platina metallica 
d. Platina muriatica V. 
Plectranthus fructicosus III. 
6 Pinus sylvestris III. 
d. Plumbago littorale 
t. Plumbum aceticum 
t. Plumbum jodatum 
t. Plumbum metallicum* 
t. Plummer 

6 Podophyllum peltatum III. 
t. Podophyllin (Resinoid) 
6 Polygonum hydropiperoides III. 

The Roman Numerals (I, II, III, IV) have reference to the class the remedies belong, according to Pharmacopoeia Pol. 


Polygonum punctatum III. 

Pothos fcetida III. 

Polyporus officinalis IV. 

Polyporus pinicola IV. 

Populus tremuloides III. 

Propylamin VI. 

Prunus padus III. 

Prunus spinosa II. 


Ptelea trifoliata III. 

Pulmo vulpis 

Pulmonaria vulgaris I. 

Pulsatilla nigricans III. 

Pulsatilla Nuttalliana III. 


Pycantherium tinifolium III. 

Pyrius pulvis 

Quassia IV. 

Quillaja saponaria IV. 

Rana bufo 

Ranunculus acris I. 

Ranunculus bulbosus III. 

Ranunculus flammula I. 

Ranunculus repens I. 

Ranunculus sceleratus III. 

Raphanus sestivus niger III. 

Ratanhia IV. 

Resina itu 

Rheum IV. 


Rhododendron chrysantum IV. 

Rhus glabra III. 

Rhus radicans III. 

Rhus toxicodendron III. 

Rhus venenata III. 

Ricinus communis III. 

Robinia pseudacacia III. 

Rosmarinus officinalis III. 

Rosa centifolia II. 

Rubinus lapis 

Rudbeckia hirta III. 

Rumex crispus III. 

Ruta graveolens I. 

Sabadilla IV. 

Sabina IV. 

Saccharum officinale IV. 

Saccharum lactis V. 

Salix alba III. 

Salix nigra III. 


Salvia officinalis III. 

Sambucus nigra e cortice II. 

Sambucus nigra I. 

Sambucus Canadensis III. 

Sanguinaria Canadensis III. 

Sanguinarin* (Resinoid) 


Sapo domesticus IV. 

Sarracenia purpurea III. 

Sarsaparilla IV. 

Sassafras IV. 



Scilla maritima IV. 

Scrofularia nodosa III. 

Scuttellaria laterifolia III. 

Scuttellarin* (Resinoid) 

Secale cornutum IV. 


Sedum acre I. 

Seleniate of Soda 


Sempervivum tectorum I. 

Senecio aureus III. 

Senecio gracilis III. 

Senecin* (Resinoid) 

Senega IV. 

Senna IV. 



Serpentaria IV. 


Silphium lacinatum III. 

Simaruba officinalis IV. 

Sinapis nigra IV. 


Solanum arrebenta 

Solanum lycopersicum III. 

Solanum mammosum 

Solanum nigrum I. 

Solanum oleraceum 

Solanum tuberosum aegrotans 

Solidago virgaurea III. 

Spartium scoparium III. 

Spigelia anthelmintica IV. 

Spiggurus Martini 


Spongia tosta IV. 

Squilla maritima IV. 

Stannum metallicum 

Staphysagria IV. 

Sterculia acuminata IV. 

Stibium (Tartarus emeticus) 

Sticta pulmonaria IV. 

Stillingia sylvatica III. 

Stramonium IV. 

Strontiana carbonica 

Strontiana muriatica 

Strychni et ferri citras 


Strychninum nitricum 

Strychninum phosphoricum 



Sulphuris tinctura VI. 

Sulphuricum acidum V. 

Sulphur jodatum 

Sumbul iV. 


Symphytum officinale III. 


Tabacum IV. 

Tanacetum vulgare III. 

Tarantula IV. 

Taraxacum I. 

The Roman Numerals (I, II, III, IV) have reference to the class the remedies belong, according to Pharmacopoeia Pol. 







t. Tartarus emeticus 6 Veratrum viride III. 

t. Tartaricum acidum t. Veratria 

Taxus baccata II. 6 Verbascum thapsus III. 

d. Tecoma e radice 6 Verbena hastata III. 

t. Tela aranea 6 Verbena officinalis II. 

t. Tellurium 6 Verbena urticsefolia II. 

6 Terebinthina VI. 6 Veronica becabunga I. 

6 Teucrium marum verum I. d. Vespa crabro 

6 Thaspium aureum III. Viburnum opulus III. 

6 Thlaspi bursa pastoris II. Viburnum prunifolium III. 

6 Thea sinensis IV. 6 Vinca minor II. 

t. Thein 6 Viola odorata I. 

d. Theridion curassavicum 6 Viola tricolor III. 

6 Thuja occidentalis II. d. Vipera redi 

6 Thymus serpillus II. d. Vipera torva 

6 Tilia Europsea III. 6 Viscum album III. 

t. Tinein d. Vulpis fel 

t. Titanium d. Vulpis hepar 

d. Tradescantia diuretica t. Vulpis pulmo 

e Trifolium fibrinum II. 6 Wahoo III. 

6 Trifolium pratense III. t. Woorari 

6 Trillium pendulum III. 6 Xanthium spinosum IV. 

t. Trillin (Kesinoid) 6 Xanthoxylum fraxineum III. 

t. Triosteum perfoliatura III. t. Xanthoxylin* (Eesinoid) 

d. Trombidium muscas domesticse 6 Xiphosura Americana IV. 

6 Turnera aphrodisiaca (Damiana) IV. Yerba santa IV. 

Tussilago farfara III. Yucca III. 

Tussilago petasites III. t. Zincum aceticum 

d. Upas tiente t. Zincum carbonicum 

t. Uranium aceticum t. Zincum hydrocyanicum 

t. Uranium nitricum* t. Zincum jodatum 

Urtica dioica III. t. Zincum metallicum 

Urtica urens III. t. Zincum oxydatum 

t. Ustilago maydis t. Zincum phosphatum 

Uva ursi II. t. Zincum sulphuricum 

t. Vaccininum t. Zincum valerianicum* 

Valeriana officinalis IV. Zingiber IV. 

t. Variolinum Zizia aurea III. 

Veratrum album III. 


(For specimens, see below.) 

In view of the fact that there is no authorized and representative Ameri- 

can Homoeopathic Pharmacopseia as yet, and the preparation of dilutions by 

physicians would not be uniform unless the strength of the Mother Tincture be 

known, we have believed that the profession will receive with favor these labels, 

as they indicate the strength of the tinctures prepared according to the Phar- 

macopseia Homoeopathica Polyglottica, according to which our preparations for 

years have been prepared. It will be noticed that our tinctures from American 

plants are almost uniformly made according to class III of the Pharmacopseia. 

This Tincture is prepared according to This Tincture is prepared according to 

CLASS I, One part of theexpressed juice CLASS II. Three parts of the fresh plant 

of the plant to one part of Alcohol. to two parts of Alcohol, by weight. 

This Tincture is prepared according to This Tincture is prepared according to 

CLASS III. One part of the fresh plant CLASS IV. One part of the dried material 

to two parts of Alcohol, by weight. to five parts of Alcohol, by weight. 


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To make dilutions in accordance with the rule that the potency should con- 
tain always just the 100th part of the soluble components of the drug, or of the 
previous potency, take for the first centesimal potency: 

2 drops of the Mother Tincture to 98 of dilute Alcohol of all those tinctures 

prepared according to class I. 

3 drops of the Tincture to 97 of dilute Alcohol of all marked 11. 
6 " " 94 strong " " III. 

10 " " 90 " " " IV. 

To make the second centesimal dilution or any subsequent one, take in the 
proportion of 1 to 99. 

For other details see Dr. Boericke's lectures on Pharmaceutics, which will 
be furnished by us gratis on application. 


In 1873 we introduced amber-colored vials for homoeopathic medicines 
into this country, and soon after they were generally adopted by Homoeo- 
pathic Pharmacies and by many Druggists. However, as scientists demon- 
strated by late researches, that amber-colored glass does not possess the ad- 
vantages which we, with others, were led to believe, we discarded it and resumed 
the use of white flint glass vials, and for medicines affected by light we shall 
use vials covered with impervious material. 

White flint glass vials have also the decided advantage of facilitating the 
examination of preparations, imfjurities in dilutions, tinctures or triturations 
being thus more readily discerned. 

Unless therefore amber vials be specially ordered, we shall hereafter use 
white vials in filling physicians orders. 


These are prepared on the decimal scale ; we have now on hand fifty-seven 
remedies in the 30th and 60th decimal trituration, which Ave sell the same as 
other triturations, as per prices on page 7. 


Apis mellifica 
Apium virus 
Argentum metallicum 
Arsenic album 
Aurum metallicum 
Baryta carbonica 
Bismuthum subnitricum 
Calcarea carbonica 
Calcarea fluorica 
Calcarea jodata 
Calcarea phosphorica 
Calcarea sulphurica 
Carbolicum acidum 
Carbo vegetablis 
China officinalis 
Chininum sulphuricum 
Corallium rubrum 
Crotalus horridus 
Cuprum aceticum 
Cuprum metallicum 

Ferrum metallicum 

Ferrum phosphoricum 


Hepar sulpliuris calcareum 



Kali bichromicum 

Kali carbonicum 

Kali hydro] odicum 

Kali muriaticum 

Kali phosphoricum 

Kali sulphuricum 


Lapis albus 


Magnesia carbonica 

Magnesia phosphorica 

Mercurius jodatus fla^nis 

Mercurius jodatus ruber 

Mercurius sol. Hahn. 

Mercurius subl. corr. 

Mercurius vivus 

Natrum carbonicum 

Natrum muriaticum 

Natrum phosphoricum 

Natrum sulphuricum 

Nux moschata 

Nux vomica 


Picricum acidum 


Plumbum aceticum 

Plumbum metallicum 




Stannum metallicum 


Tartarus emeticus 

Uranium nitricum 

Zincum metallicum 




These High Potencies are made hy hand with pure alcohol, each potency 
receiving twelve powerful succussive strokes. To avoid the possibility of a 
miscount, printed lists of numerals are made use of, and with every potency 
the respective number is crossed off. 

These High Potencies are sold either in liquid or in medicated pellets 
For prices of single vials, see page 8. 


A complete set of 250 Reme- 
dies of either the 60th, 
100th, 150th or 200th Po- 
tency, in a fine Mahogany 
Case, one and one half 
drachm Vials, $40 00 

A selection of 150 Remedies of the above, in a fine Mahogany Case, Vials 

holding one and one half drachms, 25 DO 

A complete set of 150 Rem«di«s of the 500th Potency, in a fine Ma- 
hogany Case, one drachm Vials, ...... 25 00 

A complete set of 100 Remedies of the 1000th Potency, in a fine Ma- 
hogany Case, one drachm Vials, 18 00 

A complete set of 500 one 
drachm Vials, compris- 
ing the 200th, 500th, 
and 1000th Potencies, 
in a fine Mahogany 
Chest, ... $75 00 

.S®"Set8 of two drachm, half ounce, or ounce Vials at proportionate rates 


250 Remedies. 60ths, lOOths, 150ths, and 200ths. 

Aceticum acidum 
Aconitum napellus 
Aesculus hipp. 
Aethusa cynapium 
Agaricus muscarius 
Agnus castus 
Allium cepa 
Aloe soccotrina 
Ambra grisea 
Ammonium carb. 
Ammonium mur. 
Anacardium orientale 
Angusturse cortex 
Antimonium crud. 
Apis mellifica 
Apocynum Cannab. 
Aranea diadema 
Argentum met, 
Argentum nitr. 
Arnica montana 
Arsenicum album 
Arum triphyllum 
Asarum Europ. 
Asclepias Syriaca 
Aurum metallicum 

Baptisia tinctoria 
Baryta carbonica 
Baryta muriatica 
Benzoicum acidum 
Berberis vulgaris 
Bismuthum nitric. 
Boletus laricis 
Bryonia alba 
Bufo cinereus 
Cactus grandiflorus 
Caladium seguinum 
Calcarea carbonica 
Calcarea phosph. 
Calendula officinalis 
Cannabis Indica 
Cannabis sativa 

sicum annuum 
Carbo animalis 
Carbo vegetabilis 
Carbolicum acidum 
Caulophyllum thai. 
Chelidonium majus 

China officinalis 
Chininum ars. 
Chininum sulph. 
Cicuta virosa 
Cimex lectularius 
Cimicifuga rac. 

Cistus Canadensis 
Clematis erecta 
Cobaltum met. 
Cocculus Indicus 
Coccus cacti 
Coffea cruda 
Colchicum aut. 
Collinsonia Canad. 
Conium mac. 
Copaiva officinalis 
Corallium rubrum 
Cornus florida 
Crocus sativus 
Crotalus horridus 
Croton tiglium 
Cubeba officinalis 
Cuprum aceticum 
Cuprum metallicum 
Cyclamen Europ. 
Digitalis purpurea 
Dioscorea villosa 
Dolichos pruriens 
Drosera rotund. 
Erigeron Canadensis 
Eryngium aquat. 
Eupatorium arom. 
Eupatorium perfol. 
Eupatorium purp. 
Euphorbia coroll. 
Ferrum aceticum 
Ferrum met. 
Filix masculinus 
Fluoricum acidum 
Formicicum acidum 
Gossypium herb. 
Hamamelis virg. 
Helleborus niger 
Helonias dioica 
Hepar sulphuris calc. 
Hydrastis Canad. 
Hydrocyanicum acid. 

Hyoscyamus niger 
Hypericum perfor. 
Ignatia amara 
Iris versicolor 
Jacaranda caroba 
Jatropha curcas 
Juglans regia 
Kali bichr. 
Kali bromicum 
Kali carbon icum 
Kali hydrojodicum 
Kali nitricum 
Kali permang. 
Kalmia latifolia 

Lacticum acidum 
Lac defloratum 

Lachnantes tinct. 
Lactuca virosa 
Ledum palustre 
Leptandra virg. 
Lithium carb. 
Lobelia inflata 
Lycopodium clav. 
Magnesia carb. 
Magnesia mur. 
Manganum acet. 

Mercurius jodatus fl, 
Mercurius jodatus r, 
Mercurius praec, r. 
Mercurius sol. Hahn. 
Mercurius sub. corr. 
Mercurius vivus 
Morphium aceticum 

Murex purpureus 
Muriaticum acid. 
Natrum carb. 
Natrum mur, 
Natrum sulph. 
Niccolum met. 
Nitricum acidum 
Nuphar lutea 
Nux moschata 
Nux vomica 
Oxalicum acidum 


Petroselinum sat. 
Phosphoricum acid. 
Phytolacca dec. 
Picricum acidum 
Platina metallica 
Plumbum acet. 
Plumbum met. 
Podophylum pelt. 
Pulsatilla nig. 
Pulsatilla nutt. 
Ranunculus bulb. 
Ranunculus seel. 

Rhododendron chrys. 
Rhus radicans 
Rhus toxicod. 
Rumex crispus 
Ruta graveolens 
Sambucus nigra 

Aconitum nap. 
Agaricus muse. 
Agnus castus 
Allium cepa 
Aloe soccotrina 
Ammonium carb. 
Anacardium orient. 
Angusturse cortex 
Antimonium crud. 
Apis mellifica 
Apocynum canab. 
Argentum nitric. 
Arnica montana 
Arsenicum album 
Arum triphyllum 
Aurum met. 
Baptisia tinctoria 
Baryta carbonica 
Berberis vulgaris 
Bismuthum nitric. 
Byronia alba 
Cactus grand. 
Caladium seguin. 
Calcarea carb. 
Calcarea phosph. 

Sanguinaria Canad. 
Sapo domesticus 
Sarracenia purp. 
Senecio aureus 
Secale cornutum 


Solanum nigrum 
Spigelia anthelm. 
Spongia tosta 
Squilla mar. 
Stannum met. 
Sticta pulm. 
Stillingia syl. 
Strontiana carb. 

Sulphuricum acid. 
Sulphur jodatum 
Symphytum off. 

150 Remedies. 

Cannabis sativa 
Capsicum annuum 
Carbo animalis 
Carbo vegetabilis 
Caulophyllum thai. 
China officinalis 
Cimicifuga rac. 

Clematis erecta 
Coffea cruda 
Colchicum aut, 
Conium mac. 
Corallium rubrum 
Crocus sativus 
Crotalus horridus 
Croton tiglium 
Cuprum met. 
Cyclamen Europ. 
Digitalis purpurea 
Dioscorea villosa 
Drosera rotund 
Eupatorium perf. 

Tartarus emeticus 
Teucrium marum 
Theridion curass. 
Thuya Occident. 
Tilia Europsea 
Trillium pend. 
Triosteum perfol. 
Uranium nitricum 
Urtica urens 
Ustilago maydis 
Valeriana off. 
Veratrum album 
Veratrum viride 
Verbascum thapsus 
Viola odorata 
Viola tricolor 
Xanthoxylum frax. 
Zincum met. 

Ferrum met. 
Fluoricum acid. 
Hamamelis virg. 
Helleborus niger 
Hepar sulphuris calc. 
Hydrocyanicum acid. 
Hyoscyamus niger 
Hypericum perfor. 
Ignatia amara 
Iris versicolor 
Jatropha curcas 
Kali bichrom. 
Kali carbon. 
Kali hydrqjod. 
Kalmia latif. 
Lacticum acid. 
Lac defloratum 
Ledum palustre 
Lobelia inflata 
Lycopodium clav. 
Magnesia mur. 
Mercurius jodatus fl. 
Mercurius jodatus r, 
Mercurius prsec. r. 


Mercurius sol. Halm. 
Mercurius subl. corr. 
Mercurius vivus 
IMuriaticum acid. 
Natrum carb. 
Natrum mur. 
Natrum sulph. 
Nitricum acidum 
Nux moschata 
Nux vomica 

Oxalicum acidum 
Phosphoricum acid. 
Phytolacca dec. 
Platina metallica 
Plumbum acet. 

Podophyllum pelt. 


Pulsatilla nig. 

Ranunculus seel. 


Rhododendron chrys. 

Rhus radicans 

Rhus toxicodend. 

Ruta graveolens 



Sambucus nigra 

Sanguinaria Canad. 


Secale corn. 





Spigelia anthelm. 
Spongia tosta 
Stannum met. 
Sticta plumon. 
Strontiana carb. 

Sulphuricum acid. 
Symphytum off. 
Tartarus emet. 
Thuya occid. 
Urtica urens 
Veratrum alb. 
Viola tricolor 
Zincum met. 

Aconitum napellus 
Aloe soccotrina 
Ammonium carb. 
Aiitimonium crud. 
Apis mellifica 
Apocynum cannab. 
Argentum nitricum 
Arnica montana 
Arsenicum album 
Arum triphyllum 
Aurum metallicum 
Baptisia tinctoria 
Baryta carbonica 
Bryonia alba 
Cactus grandiflorus 
Calcarea carbonica 
Calcarea phosph. 
Cannabis sativa 
Capsicum annuum 
Carbo vegetabilis 

China officinalis 
Cimicifuga rac. 

Coffea cruda 

1000th POTENCIES. 

100 Remedies. 

Colchicum aut. 
Conium mac. 
Corallium rubrum 
Cuprum metallicum 
Digitalis purpurea 
Drosera rotundifolia 
Eupator. perfol. 
Ferrum met. 
Hamamelis virg. 
Helleborus niger 
Hepar suliih. calc. 
Hyoscyamus niger 
Ignatia amara 
Iris versicolor 

Kali bichromicum 
Kali carbonicum 
Kali hydrojodicum 
Lactic. Acid. 
Lac defloratum 
Lobelia inflata 
Lycopodium clav. 
Mercurius jodatus fl, 
Mercurius jodatus r. 
Mercurius sol. Hahn. 
Mercurius sub. corr. 

Mercurius vivus 
Muriaticum acid. 
Natrum mur. 
Nitricum acidum 
Nux moschata 
Nux vomica 
Phosphoric, acid. 
Platina metallica 
Plumbum acet. 
Podophylllum pelt. 
Pulsatilla nig. 
Rhus toxicod. 

Sanguinaria Canad. 
Secale cornutum 

Spigelia anthehn. 
Spongia tosta 
Tartarus emet. 
Thuya occid. 
Urtica urens 
Veratrum album 
Viola tricolor 
Zincum met. 


Jlttscellancous littkks. 

ALCOHOL — Pure — Carefully re-distilled for Homoeopatliic use. 

Per gallon, including bottle $ 4 00 

" quart, " . " , 1 00 

" quart, in glass stoppered bottles 1 15 

AQUA DESTILLATA. We distil this water in a gold plated copper 
still. We thus obtain a pure article which will keep for a year or 
longer unchanged, if kept in a glass stoppered bottle. Distilled 
water made in glass retorts is inadmissible, as steam dissolves appre- 
ciable quantities of silex from the glass vessels used. 

Per quart, including glass stoppered bottle 40 

Eefiliing bottle 20 

ARNICA FLOWERS, carefully selected. 

Per pound 75 

" quarter pound 25 

ARNICA OIL, prepared with the finest olive oil. 

Per pound 3 50 

" four ounce vials 1 00 

" one ounce vial 35 

" one dozen one ounce vials 3 00 

ARNICA TINCTURE. For external use, a concentrated preparation 
made from the best materials. 

Per gallon, including bottle 8 00 

" quart, " " , 2 50 

" pint, " " 1 50 

One dozen two ounce vials with directions for use 3 00 


A. Mouthpiece. B. Orifice to be left open while inhaling, and closed With the finger while 
exhaling. O. Orifice for the excape of the expired air. 

As an aid to the full inflation of the lungs, the complete aeration 
of the blood, the expansion of the chest and the efiective exercise 
of the respiratory muscles, the Respiration Regulator of Dr. Burgher 
represented full size in the wood-cut, stands unrivalled in efficacy 
and convenience. 

Each Respirator is put up in a neat box, and is accompanied by 

full printed directions for its use. It can be sent by mail or express. 

Price to physicians 35 

Per dozen 3 00 


BROMIUM— Pure, per one ounce vial 50 

BUST OF HAHNEMANN, extra life size 6 00 

" " painted clay color, similar to Rogers' groups 8 00 

bronzed 8 00 

CALENDULA TINCTURE, fresh plant tincture for external use. 

Per quart 2 50 

" pint 1 50 

" one dozen two ounce vials with directions for use 3 00 

CALENDULA FLOWERS, extra selected. 

Per pound 1 00 

" quarter pound...., 30 

CARBOLIC ACID, (Merck's), in glass stoppered bottle, per ounce 30 

'• " Perpound 1 50 

CARBOLIC ACID (the Cfrantville), containing 90 per cent, carbolic 
acid and crysalic acid, free from sulphuretted hydrogen. This acid 
destroys the germ or septic principle of all contagious emanations, 
and annihilates all the lower forms of insect or vegetable life. The 
best and cheapest disinfectant. 

Perpound 1 00 

CERATES. A combination of the different remedies with Vaseline 
Cerate. These Cerates remain unchanged for years in any climate. 

One dozen one ounce glass jars 3 00 

Single jar 35 

Half pound jars 1 50 

One pound jars 2 50 

The following are their names with some of their uses : 

Aconite, for Neuralgic Affections, Tic Douloureux, Sciatica, In- 
flammatory Rheumatism. 




AeSCUlUS, for Piles. 

ApiS^ for luflammations and Swellings of an Erysipelatous Nature. 
AniiCil) for Sprains, Wounds, and Bruised Surfaces. 
Bcllatloniia, for some varieties of Scrofulous and Erysipelatous 

Bryonia, for Rheumatic Affections, Pains in the Side, Pleurisy. 
Ctlleildula, fur open, lacerated Wounds. 
CaSlttlUriS, for Chilblains, Burns and Blisters of all kinds. 
Gelsemium, for Boils. 
Cfraphites, excellent for Sore Nipples. 

IIamameli3, for Piles. 

UydrastiS, for Swellings and Ulcers of a Scirrhous Nature. 

Iris, for Tinea Capitis. 

Ledum, for Stings and Bites of Insects. 

LyCOperSJCUm, for Boils, Carbuncles, Felons. 

LyCOpOdium, for Old Sores and Indolent Ulcers. 

Phytolacca, for Ringworms, Shingles, Prairie Itch. 

Rims tOX., for Rheumatism, Vesicular Eruptions and Old Chil- 

Thuja, for Old Sores and Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Warts, Tetter. 

Urtica Uresil^, for Urticaria, Salt Rheum, Burns and Scalds where 
the skin is removed. 

Any other cerates made to order, but not less than one dozen, or 
one pound at a time. 

COKKS — Fine Velvet Taper. 







tfie bes! fonnd ready mads in this cotintrff. 

gross §0 25 

These afe manvfacfured Jvr us to order in Europe. 

No. 1, per gross |0 35 

These are 

No. 1, per 

No. 2, " " 30 No. 2, " " 40 

No. 3, " " 35 No. 3, " " 50 

No. 4, " " 40 No. 4, " " 60 

No. 5, " " 50 No. 5, " " 70 

No. 6, " " 60 No. 6, " " SO 

No. 7, " " 70 No. 7, " " : 90 

No. 8, " " 85 No. 8, "• " 110 

N.B. — If nothing special is mentioned, our superfine corks will be sent. 



Epp's Hoiufleopathic Cocoa, per pound. 

" " " " box of 14 pounds 

Berber's Milk-food, per pound , 

" dozen 

Leg-uminose, Nos. I, II, III or IV (see page 80), per pound... 
Loeflund's Infant Food, in bottles holding enough for twelve 

days consumption, per bottle .....« 

" dozen 

Horliek's Food for Infants, per large bottle 

" dozen .. 

" " " " small bottle 

" dozen 

Xeave's Farinaceous Food, in canisters 

Trommei'^s Extract of Malt, per pound bottle 


8 00 


7 50 



7 60 

8 00 

4 00 


1 00 

DIET PAPERS, per hundred. 

1 00 

DOLLAR CASES. Flat wooden cases covered with cloth, gold lettered, 
containing twelve vials of medicines in globules, with short directions 
for use. 

Per dozen ,...., , 7 00 

Less than a dozen, each case , 75 

DOLLAR AND A HALF CASES. Similar style, containing eighteen 
vials of medicines in globules with short directions for use. 

Per dozen ,. , ,. .,„, 10 50 

Less than a dozen, each case. 1 00 



DROP MEASURES, American, each. 





1 i i i r 


DROP MEASURES. Very accurate. 

Imported , „..,.. ., $ 1 00 

ECLECTIC PREPARATIONS (Keith's). These we furnish at mauu- 
facturers prices. 




With the Rae machine the operator has three currents at his dispo- 
sition — the 'primary, or chemical current; the indxiced (Faradaic), or 
muscular current; and the superinduced (Rae), or nerve current. Of 
these improved three-current batteries two sizes have been manufactured 

as follows : 

No. 1, physicians size 50 00 

No. 2, family size. 35 00 

and a third, a two-current, very powerful battery, with but one helix 25 00 

N.B. — A copy of Rae on the Application of Electricity as a Thera- 
peutic Agent accompanies each machine, and is included in the price. 

All other Machines furnished to order at manufacturers rates ; 
send for Price Currents. 

ELECTROTYPE PLATES, for marking Corks. 

Set of 560 names, five plates mounted on blocks, (small pica 

type) suitable for half ounce or larger vials, per set. 20 00 

Same in smaller type on three blocks, for smaller vials 15 00 

ENVELOPES, for Powders. 

White— According to size, per 1000, $1.30; $1.50; $1.65 and $1.85. 
Buflf or Yellow— per 1000, $1.10; $1.25; $1.40 and $1.60. 
N.B. — Printed with physicians name and ofiice hours, $1.00 extra per 1000. 



No. 3. White, $1.85; Buff, etc., |1.60. 

No. 2. White, $1.65; Buff, etc., $1.40. 

No. 1. White, $1.50; Buff, etc., $1.25. 

No. 0. White, $1.30; Buff or canary, $1.10. 

16 00 

EUGENIE; or, Ladies' Companion. 

Price, $1.50 (postage 5 cents each). Per doz , 

How to Use the Eug'enie. — Without bucliles or buttons it is 
slipped on over the feet. The short stays connecting the belt and 
sack (when the bandage is on), come in front and cover the groin, the 
foot is passed in between the sack and belt, and between the long and 
short stays on each side. The elasticity of every part of the Eugenie 
is thus brought into play, so that the belt comes above the pelvis, and 
the points of the hips come between the stays on either side. 

EXTRACT OF BEEF (LieMg'S), one pound equal to 43 pounds of 
butcher's beef with bones, etc., or to 30 pounds of muscular fibre. 

Per pound 3 25 

" half-pound 1 75 

" quarter-pound 1 00 

" eighth-pound 60 

ERASER'S RETAINING APPARATUS, for Dislocation of the Uterus, 
or Prolapsus Uteri. 

Price, to patients, $5.00, to physicians 4 00 

It is so perfectly adapted to the parts that the lady 
is not aware of its pressure, except by a feeling of perfect 
ease and comfort. There is no outside tackle to become 
displaced, to chafe and make sore, but all is concealed 
within the pelvic cavity, without a possibility of its mi^^^i^^s^mjm 
becoming displaced. It is clean and neat, and allows all '"'■■^■^^KsSr - .^& 
uterine and vaginal secretions to pass away readily, with 
no necessity for its removal. The lady can, however, 

easily remove and replace it herself if she should so desire. Ordinary cases, by the 
use of this supporter, and proper treatment, are usually cured in from three to six 
weeks, so that the instrument can then be dispensed with. 



GLASS-STOPPERED BOTTLES for Physicians Office Cases. 

We can furnish fine white or amber flint-glass vials, french 
square, with well ground glass stoppers at the following large re- 
ductions from previous prices : 

Half ounce, per dozen $0 65 Per gross $6 50 Height 3^ in. 
One " " 75 " 7 50 " 4 " 

Two " " 85 " 8 50 " 41- " 

Four " " 1 00 " 10 00 " 5f " 

We also give the height of the bottles to facilitate in their selection. 

GLOBULES, all sizes : our own make of pure cane sugar in one pound 
paste-board boxes. 

Per pound 40 

" ten pounds 3 75 

" twenty-five pounds 8 75 

" fiftypounds 16 25 

" hundred jjounds 30 00 

If ordered in bulk, i. e., in ten pounds boxes an additional reduction 
of two cents per pound on ten pounds or more will be made. 

Measure of Grlol)iiles. — The number 
given to any size of Globules is determined 
by laying ten of equal size side by side, and • • ® ™ 

., , i- -IT J. ii . 1015 20 25 a 35 40 50 «« 70 

the number ot millimetres they measure is 

taken as the number for the particular size of Globules thus measured. For ex- 
ample : Ten of the Globules formerly called No. 4 measure about 30 millimetres, 
and so will be called No. 30. We give an exact copy of the Scale of Millimetres, 



20 30 40 50 


70 80 

90 100 

iii i 'ii i iHi iiii rrn i 


25 35 


55 65 


85 95 


HAHNEMANN— Statnette, white, i4 inches high, e oo 

" bronzed, " " 8 00 

Bust, extra life size (see page 24) 8 00 


HAMAMELIS EXTRACT. Concentrated, our own make. 

Per gallon, bottle extra 3 00 

" quart, " included 1 00 

" pint, " " 60 

GLYCERINE, (MerCkS') chemically pure, per pound 1 25 

" Fine White, for outward application, per pound 75 

GRADUATE MEASURES— Glass. English. Warranted Accurate. 
One ounce, each 

Two " 
Three " 
Four " 
Sis " 
Eight " 

1 00 
1 25 


Single $6, any two sizes 10 00 

A set of No. 1, 2 and 3 15 00 

A great improvement over Sims' Cylinder or Bivalve. 

Jg@°'In using the specu- 
lum pass the lower blade 
under the cervix. Keep it 
well pressed into the cul-de- 
sae while opening. Open 
ividely, thus dilating to its 
fullest extent, the upper 
portion of the vagina. 

1st. Requires no assist- 
ant. 2d. Patient may be 
ei^amined on the back or 
side equally well. 3d. The 
upper blade clears the cer- 
vix, and is greatly depressed at h (Fig. 1), 
so that the distance from c d (Fig. 2), 
may be 3| inches, and the distance a b 
be but 1\ inches, 4th, The flange e is 
the stop and stay of the speculum, and 
when dilated the cervix is drawn toward 
the speculum; the flange at the same 

time admits all the light. 
5th. It is self-retaining. 
The vaginal walls cannot 
fall in at the sides, as with 
the ordinary bivalve, be- 
cause the speculum may 
be opened indefinitely within 
the vagina without stretch- 
ing the external parts. 6th. 
It keeps the uterus at such 
an angle that, in every 
case, it can be probed to the 
fundus. The cervix is auto- 
matically drawn forward to- 
wards the vulva. 7th. This speculum is 
made in sets — Nos. 1, 2, and 3 telescoping 
one into the other, so that they take little 
more room than one when slipped into 
each other. In addition, a size No. 3, 
extra large. No. 2, extra long and a No. 0, 
extra small, for special cases, may be had. 

INSTRUMENTS, Surgical and 01l)Stetrical, at manufacturers prices. 
See page 49. Complete price list sent on application. 

KAMALA (or Kameela)— Pure, in powder, for tape-worm. 

Per ounce 


KOUSSO — Pure, in powder, for tape worm. 
Per ounce 




Specimen Types.-' 

' No. 1. Aconitum nap. 




4. Aconitum nap. 

No. 1. In book form, etc., 30 pages, well gummed 50 

"2. Large type, capitals, in book form 50 

" " bronze, on steel-blue paper.... 1 50 

" " silver, on sky-blue paper 1 50 

"3. In sheet, 560 names (392 remedies), per sheet 10 

gummed " 15 

"4. Polychrests, 339 names 100 remedies gummed, per sheet 5 

" " " per dozen sheets 50 

B@°'The labels in bronze and silyer are very ornamental, and just the thing for 
fitting up doctors' offices. 


5-j-^jy Trituration. 
Per one ounce .. 

1 00 

LEGUMINOSE. Nos. I, II, III, IV. Per Pound 

Composed of Leg'uminous (Lentils and Peas) and Cereal Flonrs, in a state of 

finest comminution, and in different proportions of Nitrogenous 

to Non-nitrog"enous substances. 

Legtjminose, in its four several and distinct mixtures of nitrogenous to non- 
nitrogenous substances, meets all wants. 

Mixture I, with a proportion of the nitrogenous to the non-nitrogenous sub- 
stances ^ 1 : 2, 3, is, as a nutriment, almost equivalent to beef, and is usually pre- 
scribed in the treatment of fevers, especially of typhoid fever, in phthisis pulmonalis, 
in general marasmus of children, chlorosis, etc. 

Mixture II, with a proportion ^ 1 : 3, 3, ranks as a nutriment with cow's 
milk, and is especially suitable in chronic troubles of the stomach, in cancer of the 
stomach, ulcer of the stomach, liability to diarrhoea, to phthisic patients free from 
fever, etc., etc. 

Mixture III, with a proportion = 1 : 3, 9, is nearly equal to mother's milk in 
its nutritive value, and is especially beneficial to babies in place of mother's milk 
(from the second month), and equally applicable to healthy infants as to those 
afflicted with diarrhoea. This mixture, No. Ill, is the great article of food in 
SUMMER COMPLAINT, and will be found to be simply indispensable as soon as a fair 
trial has once been given. 

Mixture IV has a proportion ^ 1 : 4, 8, being the same as under ordinary 
circumstances healthy grown people require, and is applicable in all cases not 
mentioned above where a very nutritious diet is wanted, specially easy of digestion, 
but where a preponderance of nitrogenous substances is not necessary. Thus, in all 
light affections of the stomach and intestines, in insane asylums, in cases of refusal 
of food by the sick, in hospitals with convalescents, aboard ship, etc., etc. 

A large tablespoonful is sufficient for one plate of soup. Full directions ac- 
company each package. 

Leguminose has been introduced in the Government Hospitals in Germany, 
and its use is spreading rapidly in private families. 

Pamphlets giving full particulars furnished on application. 


Acalyplia Indica 
Acetic acid. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Actsea racemosa 
Actsea racemosa 
Actsea spicata 
Aesculus glabra 
Aesculus glabra 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus pini 
Boletus pini 
Boletus pini 
Bo vista 
Branca ursina 
Brucea antidys. 
Bryonia alba 


Abelmoschus Abelmoschus 

Acalypha Indica 
Acetic acid. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Actsea racemosa 
Actsea racemosa 
Actsea spicata 
Aesculus glabra 
Aesculus glabra 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus pini 
Boletus pini 
Boletus pini 
Branca ursina 
Brucea antidys. 
Bryonia alba 

Acalypha Indica 
Acetic acid. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Actsea racemosa 
Actsea racemosa 
Actsea spicata 
Aesculus glabra 
Aesculus glabra 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus pini 
Boletus pini 
Boletus pini 
Branca ursina 
Brucea antidys. 
Bryonia alba 

Acalypha Indica 
Acetic acid. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum nap. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Aconitum rad. 
Actsea racemosa 
Actsea racemosa 
Actsea spicata 
Aesculus glabra 
Aesculus glabra 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus laricis 
Boletus pini 
Boletus pini 
Boletus pini 
Branca ursina 
Brucea antidys. 
Bryonia alba 


LIEBIGf'S FOOD, for infants, prepared by Loefluud, a perfect substitute 
for mother's milk, ready for use. 

Per one pound bottle 75 

" one dozen bottles 7 00 

MEDICINE CASES. See page 39 and following. 

MILK— Caillield'S Preserved. Recommended by Dr. Guernsey. 
See Halinemannian Monthly of April, 1879. 

Per 1 pound can 25 

Per dozen cans 2 50 

MORTAKS. Porcelain German, shallow lip, glazed outside only. 

4J inch diameter 1 25 

5J " " 150 

6| " " 2 25 

n " " 3 00 

8 " " 3 50 

PAPER VIALS. Pergross, half drachm. 70 

" " one " 80 

" " two " 1 15 

PATENT LINT. Taylor's A 1. Per ounce 25 

" pound 2 00 

PLASTERS. Arnica Adhesive, on muslin, per yard 50 

" " Court Plasters, put up in envelopes, with 

directions for use, each 10 

" " per dozen 1 00 

Surgeon's " 'on silk, per yard 75 

American Skin, " 75 

Adhesive, De La Cour's, per yard 40 

" 5 yard rolls 1 75 

Isinglass, on silk, De La Cour's 75 

Holloway's Arnica strengthening, per doz., small size , 1 50 

" " " " medium 2 25 

large 3 00 

Seabury & Johnson's Belladonna Porus, per doz 1 50 

" " " " per yard roll 1 00 

" " Porus Kubber, 1 yard rolls 70 

" " " " 5 " " 2 75 

POCKET CASES. See page 42 and following. 

POWDER PAPER— Ready cut : size, 2x8 inches, of fine white paper. 

Per mille 20 

" tenmilles , 1 75 

This powder paper is made especially for us, and no bleaching agents such as 
chlorate of Lime, etc., etc., are made use of as in other white paper ; if the subtle 
nature of Homoeopathic Potencies is taken into consideration, the importance of 
above precaution will be appreciated. 


Holding half drachm. Per gross 70 

" one " " 80 

" two " " 1 15 

SCHUESSLER S REMEDIES. Boxes containing the twelve tissue remedies 
in either the 3d, 6th, 12th or 30th decimal trituration in- 
cluding book 3 50 

If in ordering nothing special is mentioned the 6th decimal trit. will be forwarded. 

SALICYLIC ACID, white, bleached. 

Per ounce 50 

" pound 4 50 

SANTONIN— Pure. Per ounce 1 50 

SCALES, 5 inch beam, $2.75 ; 6 J inch, $3.25 ; with glass pan, $3.50 ; 9 inch 4 50 

SPOONS (Horn) TaMe. Each 30 

Tea, " 25 

Grain, " 15 


SUGAR OF MILK, for Triturations. 

Best refined, per pound, in pasteboard box 70 

10 pounds, in pasteboard boxes 6 50 

Coarse, for prescriptions, best refined, per pound 70 

" " " 10 pounds 6 50 

Precipitated, per pound... 1 00 

" per 12 pounds in boxes 10 00 

VASELINE. Small size 25 

Per four ounce bottle 50 

" pound " 1 00 

" Pomade, per four ounce bottle 50 


fA] A 


.75 " 7 50 

4 ' 


.85 " 8 50 

U ' 


.00 " 10 00 

" 5| " 

Per dnz. 

Per gross. 

Corked and cleaned.. 

...$0 15 

%l 50 

a it 

... 20 

1 75 

a u 

... 25 

2 15 

11 u 

... 25 

2 00 

a It 

... 30 

2 40 

VIALS, Moulded, French square. First quality flint glass white or 
amber colored. 

half ounce, per gross, $1.75. Cleaned and corked* 3 00 

one " " 2.50 " " 3 75 

two " " 3.00 " " 4 50 

four " " 4.00 " " 5 75 

* At that price we furnish our superfine corks: 

Moulded, French square. With well-ground glass stoppers. 

Half ounce, per dozen, $ .65 Per gross, $6 50 Height, 3 J in. 
One " " 

Two " 
Four " 

VIALS, Tuhe. White flint. 

Per gross. 

Half drachm or less $0 90. 

One " " 1 00 

Two " (short) 1 25 

" Amber. 

One drachm or less 1 25 

Two " 1 50 


In the size of vials the diameter is given first, then the length, and the |j| > 
whole read as one number — for example : a i drachm vial would measure 
about 9 millemetres in diameter and 35 millemetres in length, and would be 
numbered 935 ; a drachm vial would measure about 14 millemetres in diameter 
and 45 millemetres in length, and would be numbered 1445. 




30 40 50 60 70 80 

90 100 





25 35 








630 735 930 1037 1135 







518 $1 00 








1060 $1 10 



1347 |!1 35 















Other sizes made to order at proportionate rates. 

N.B. — The above pi'ices are for quantities not less than one gross ; smaller 
quantities will be charged at somewhat higher rates. 

These vials are not the common store vials, but are made invariably to 
order, of well-selected tubes and tough, fine glass. 

Ainlier-COlOred Tube Vials cost ten per cent, more than above rates. 

In the absence of special advice, white tube vials will always be sent. 




ITTebtcine Cases. 


Fine Maliog-any Cases, Vials standing" nprig-lit, with lock and kej. 

K umbel- 



Cases vith 

Oas?a Filled 

Suitable for the following Domestic 


of Case. 

of Vials. 

of Vials. 

Vials Corked. 

wHh Medicines. 






$3 00 

4 50 

Morgan's Text Book. 

5 00 




7 00 

12 00 

Laurie aad McClatchey. 

17 00 




1 00 

1 50 

Any Domestic Work. 




1 50 

2 50 

1. tC Ik 




2 00 

3 00 

li <( a 




2 50 

4 00 

Malan, or l^organ P. Man. 

4 00 




4 00 

6 50 


7 00 




3 25 

5 00 

Any Domestic Work, 




3 50 

6 00 


7 50 




4 50 

8 00 

(S (t 

9 50 




5 75 

9 00 


12 00 




7 50 

13 00 


16 00 




5 75 

9 00 

Guernsey '* 

11 50 




6 00 

10 00 


12 50 




8 00 

15 00 

<( u 

17 50 




7 00 

12 00 

Small, German, 

14 50 




9 00 

16 50 

Lutze, English or German. 

19 00 

* Those marked with an asterisk (*) are flat cases, -vYooden frames, covered with leather ; 
with vials lying doAvn. 


B®*On Domestic Cases filled with Medicine, a liberal discount will be 
allowed to Physicians, who buy to sell again. 

A special descriptive catalogue of Family Cases giving contents, etc., 
furnished free on application. 




3lIu5tratton5 of Domestic Cases. 

M. 2. 

An elegant Mahogany Case with 30 one drachm vials, corked..... 
Filled with Medicines, and Morgan's Text Book included 

$3 00 
5 00 

No. 3, 
A stout, Mahogany Case of 104 one drachm vials, corked. 

Filled with Medicines 

Including Laurie & McClatchey's Domestic 

17 00 
12 00 " 
17 00 

3fo. 4. 

A neat Pocket Case, wooden frame, leather covered, with 12 one drachm vials, corked. $1 00 
Filled with Medicines 1 50 




]No. 5. 

A neat Pocket Case, wooden frame, covered with leather, with 18 vials, corked $1 50 

Filled with Medicines 2 50 

No. 7. 

A very convenient Pocket Case of 27 vials, corked $2 50 

Filled with Medicines, including Malan's Guide or Morgan's Text Book 4 00 

Jfo. 10. 

An elegant Case of 48 small and 4 large vials, corked $3 50 

Filled with Medicines 6 00 



^odd Cases. 

Folding-, made of the best Turkey Morocco, either with Thumb Catch 
or Tuck, as desired. The Vials carefully fitted and corked. 

N.B. — If nothing special is mentioned cases with thumb catch will be forwarded. 
Names gilt on Casps (one line) 25 cents extra. 

Number of 

Number of 

Size of "Vifl.lH 

Cases with Vials, 

Cases Filled 

Size of Cases. 




with Medicine. 




$ 2 25 

$ 3 00 

51 in. long, 3i in. 
wide, 4 in. deep. 




2 00 

3 25 

41 X 2^ X 1 




2 50 

3 75 

51 X 21 X H 




3 25 

4 50 

61 X 21 X If 




3 75 

5 50 

8 xSixlJ 




4 25 

6 50 

8i X 4 x It 




3 25 

4 50 

7 xlf xli 




3 50 

5 50 

7 x3|xl^ 



1 24. 

1075 1 
1035 1 

3 25 

5 00 

5t X 3i X U 




3 00 

4 50 

6f X 2i X 1 



] 30. 


3 75 

6 00 

7 x3JxU 




5 00 

7 50 

7 x3ixl| 




4 00 

6 00 

7 x3^xli 




4 00 

6 50 

61 X 2J X 11 




4 50 

7 50 

7 x3|xU 



1 30. 

1035 ) 
1075 } 

6 00 

9 00 

7. X 31 X 11 



1 60. 

1075 1 

6 50 

10 00 

7 X 31- X 11 




5 50 

8 50 

61 X 2i X n 




7 50 

12 00 

7 X 3f X 11 




7 50 

12 00 

61 X Sk X If 





$2 25 

$3 75 

4-1 X 




3 75 

5 50 

U X 




4 00 

7 00 





5 00 

8 50 

5f X 




6 50 

10 00 

7 X 




7 00 

12 50 

51 X 




10 00 

15 00 

7 X 




10 00 

18 00 

6 X 








X t 
X i 
X I 

Upright Wooden Cases, covered with Morocco, can be marked on cork only. 


3Uustrattons of Po<Jet Cases. 

]!fo. 23. 

A Turkey Morocco Pocket Case, of 24 vials, corked $ 2 50 

Filled with Medicines 3 75 

No. 31. 

A Turkey Morocco Pocket Case, of 15 long and 30 short vials, corked $3 75 

Filled with Medicines 6 00 

No. 32. 

A Turkey Morocco Pocket Case, of 45 long vials, corked $ 5 00 

Filled with Medicines 7 50 


]So. 45. 

A High Potency Case, made of Turkey Morocco, with 100 vials, corked $ 6 50 

Filled with Medicines 10 00 

No. 48. 

A High Potency Case, made of Turkey Morocco, with 150 vials, corked $10 00 

Filled with Medicines 15 00 

No. 49. 

An upright Wooden High Potency Case, covered with Morocco, 200 vials, corked,,. $10 00 
Filled with Medicines, marked on cork only 18 00 


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Buggy Cases. 


No. 55— Case Shut. 

No. 55 — Case Open. 

STo. 55. — Dimensions ll} x 7 inches ; 4J inches wide. Contains 26 vials, No. 
1658, and 96 vials. No. 1358, Between the lid and vials, on one side are loops, 
arranged for surgical instruments, on the other side four pouches for powder 
papers and envelopes. The centre flap, for vials, is stationary, but either of 
the two side flaps, by an ingenious arrangement, can be taken out and a book 
or two carried in their stead. The whole when shut looks like an elegant 
traveling-bag richly mounted with nickel-plated castings. We have these in 
dark leather. 

Price, corked $16 00 

" filled 24 00 

Ko. 55cf. — Same style as No. 55, but smaller. Dimensions, 10 x 6J inches ; 4J 
inches wide. Centains 24 vials. No. 1658, and 90 vials, No. 1358, and space 
for powder papers, envelopes, and instruments. Side flap arrangement same 
as in the other. 

Price, corked $14 00 

" filled 21 00 

]Vo. 55 j^. — Same style as No. 55, and 55a, but smaller. Dimensions, 8x6 inches ; 
4J inches wide. Contains 18 vials. No. 1650, and 66 vials. No. 1350, and space 
for powder papers, envelopes, and instruments. Same arrangement as in the 

Price, corked $12 00 

" filled 17 00 

No. 56— Case Open. 

Xo. 56. — Dimensions, 11 x 6^ inches, 4 inches wide. This is a wooden case, 
covered with Turkey morocco, and richly mounted with German silver edges 
and corners. The flaps are stationary, but there are similar arrangements for 
instruments and powder papers as in No. 55. We supply these in dark leather. 
The handles are arranged so as to avoid any strain on lock or fastenings. 

Price, corked $17 00 

" filled 24 00 

No. 56cj. — This case is made of sole leather, and is made of same dimensions and 
arrangement as No. 56. We have them either of a light brown (natural color), 
or black, with neat fastenings. This is a very durable case, and will stand 
any amount of rough usage. 

Price, corked $18 00 

" filled 25 00 



X.B. — The sizes of vials in oiir Bug-gy Cases can be changed to 
suit customers, at a small increase in price. But it M'^ill take from 
one to two weeks to fill such special orders. 

Pl^ystctans £)ffice (Eases. 

No. 58 or No. 59. 

Xo. 58 contains 150 half ounce vials. 

Price, corked 15 00 

" filled 30 00 

Xo. o9. — Larger size, contains 150 one-ounce vials. 

Price, corked 18 00 

" filled 40 00 


Detertnary Cases. 

No. 61 contains 24 half ounce vials. 

Price, corked 4 00 

" filled with medicines 6 00 

No. 61& contains 24 one ounce vials. 

Price, corked 5 00 

" filled 10 00 

No. 62 contains 40 half ounce vials. 

Price, corked 5 00 

" filled with medicines 10 00 

No. 626 contains 40 one ounce ^ials. 

Price, corked 6 50 

" filled 15 00 

No. 63 contains 60 half ounce vials. 

Price, corked 6 00 

" filled with medicines 14 00 

No. 63& contains 60 one ounce vials. 

Price, filled 20 00 

No. 64 contains 104 half ounce vials. 

Price, corked ,.. 12 00 

" filled with medicines 25 00 

No. 646 contains 104 one ounce vials. 

Price, filled 35 00 

J6^°'In ordering, physicians are requested to give number of case and num- 
ber of vials, so as to prevent misunderstandings. 


Surgical ^nstvumcnts. 


No. 1. Dissecting' Case. 

ISTo. 1, Dissecting Case, ..... 
No. 2, " " contains 2 scalpels more, 

Dissecting Scalpels, each, 

" Forceps, " 

" Blow Pipes, " 

" Scissors, straight, " 

" " curved up, " 

Finnel's Post-Mortem Case. 

Finnel's Post-Mortem Case, 

Compact " "..... 

$3 50 
4 50 
1 25 

12 00 
26 00 


Post-Mortem Saw, large shifting back, 

" Hammer, . 

" Chisels, fine, with shoulder 

" " plain, 

Costotome, fine, 

" plain, . 

Enterotome, . 
Bronchotome Scissors, . 
Post-Mortem Needles, each, 
Anatomical Syringe, large, nickel-plated, 

6 00 

2 50 

1 50 


6 00 

5 00 

2 50 

1 50 


25 00 


Dr. Parker's General Operating Case, . . . , . . 100 00 

Contents. — 1 Liston's amputating knife, screw handle ; 1 Liston's amputating 
knife, medium size ; 1 small catlin ; 1 capital saw ; 1 metacarpal saw ; 1 German 
silver wire eye speculum ; 1 Hey's skull saw ; 1 trepanning elevator and raspatory ; 
1 Gait's trephine and handle ; 1 finger knife ; 1 curved probe-pointed bistoury ; 1 
curved sharp-pointed bistoury ; 1 Cooper's hernia knife ; 3 scalpels, assorted ; 1 cata- 
ract knife ; 1 Parker's lachrymal needle ; 1 exploring trocar ; 1 director, steel ; 1 
pair probes, silver ; 1 bullet forceps ; 1 tenotome ; 1 pair Parker's retractors ; 12 
needles ; silk ; silver wire ; plastic pins ; 1 small trocar, straight ; 1 rectum trocar, 
curved ; 1 pair thumb forceps ; 1 pair polypus forceps ; 1 steel sound ; 2 lithotomy 
staffs; 1 lithotomy bistoury ; 1 pair lithotomy forceps ; 1 pair Liston's bone forceps ; 
1 pair eye scissors, curved on the fiat ; 2 silver catheters ; 1 spiral tourniquet ; 1 eye 
needle, curved ; 1 set Parker's aneurism needles ; 1 pair strabismus forceps ; 1 pair 
artery forceps. 

Eosewood case, brass-bound, lined with silk velvet, patent leather cover, 

Dr. James R. Wood's General Operating Case, . . , . . 70 00 

Contents. — 1 long amputating knife ; 1 circular amputating knife ; 1 catlin ; 1 
metacarpal saw ; 1 pair trephines; 2 scalpels; 1 blunt bistoury, curved; 1 sharp 
bistoury, curved ; 1 tenaculum ; 1 aneurism needle, plain ; 1 trephining scalpel ; 1 
tourniquet ; 2 steel sounds, Nos. 6 and 9 ; 2 catheters, Nos. 7 and 11 ; 2 English 
bougies ; 1 director ; 2 silver probes ; 1 Beer's knife ; 2 eye needles, 1 curved, 1 
straight ; 1 strabismus hook ; 1 eye scissors ; 1 eye forceps ; 1 bone forceps ; 1 saw ; 
1 pair scissors ; 1 bullet forceps ; 1 skull saw ; 1 elevator ; 1 trephine brush ; 1 thumb 
forceps ; needles ; pins ; silk ; and silver wire. 

Mahogany brass-bound case, lined with velvet. 

Plain Amputating' Case. 







Amputating Case, plain, 24 00 

" and Minor Operating and Trephining Case, 

50 00 

" Saws, each, 

5 00 

" Knife, large, 

4 00 

" " medium, 

3 00 

" small, . .— 

2 50 

" Catlins, same as knives, 

Spiral Tourniquet, plated. 

2 50 

Esmarch's " small, 


3 75 


6 00 

" Clamp, .... 

1 50 

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Minor Operating- Case, Small. 

Minor Operating Case, small, . 25 00 

Scalpels, Bistouries, etc.. Ivory, fine, each. 

. 1 50 

" " ■ Ebony, checquered, 

. 1 00 

Metacarpel Saw, small, . . . ' . 

1 50 

" " shifting back, . . . . 

. 2 50 

Scissors, fine, straight, curved up or angular, each, 

. 1 50 

Dressing Forceps, ...... 

. 1 25 

Thumb Forceps, . . ... 


Artery Forceps, Fenestra, spring catch, 

. 2 00 

slide " . '. 

2 50 

Hamilton's, .... 

2 50 





— ^ 



Artery Forceps, Cross Action, 

" " and Needle Combined, 

Front's Needle Forceps, 
Sand's Needle Forceps, 

2 00 

2 50 

3 50 

4 50 


Boericke & Tafel's Compact Case. 

Boericke & Tafel's Compact Case, . . . . . . . 27 00 

Contents. — In a genuine Eussia leather case : 4 double instruments, with spring 
or slide catches ; combined catheter and caustic holder ; thumb lancet ; 1 pair scis- 
sors ; thumb forceps ; fenestra artery forceps ; Nelaton's screw probe ; needles ; silk ; 
and silver wire. 







Dr. Wm. T. Helmuth's Pocket Case, 

32 00 

Contents. — 1 scalpel and tenotome ; 2 bistouries ; tenaculum and aneurism nee- 
dle ; 1 pair scissors ; 1 thumb forceps ; 1 Front's needle forceps ; 1 artery forceps ; 1 
fulcrum ; 1 uterine sound, in two parts ; 1 exploring trocar ; 2 probes ; 1 director 
1 fever thermometer, in metal case; 1 combination catheter and caustic holder 
needles ; silk ; silver wire ; in Eussia leather case. 

Dr. Gross' Pocket Case, 

20 00 

Multum in Parvo Pocket Case, 

14 00 

Boericke & Tafel's 4 fold Case, . . . " 

16 00 

Contents. — 1 sharp curved bistoury ; 1 blunt curved bistoury ; 1 dressing for- 
ceps ; 1 spatula ; 1 tenaculum ; 1 gum lancet, fine shell handles, without catch ; ] 
pair curved scissors ; 1 exploring needle ; 1 double catheter, male and female ; 1 
thumb forceps ; 1 thumb lancet ; 1 pair straight scissors ; 1 director ; 1 pair probes 
1 caustic holder ; 1 scalpel ; 1 abscess lancet ; needles ; silk ; in fine Morocco case. 

The same Case, in Hard Rubber Handles, ...... 

14 00 

Double Spring Backs, in all combinations, eacb, . 

3 00 

" Slide Instruments, " " 

3 00 

Shell Instruments, without catch, all styles, . 

1 00 

Hard Rubber Instruments, without catch, all styles, 


Shell Thumb Lancets, best, 


plain, .... 


" Abscess " 


Hard Rubber Abscess Lancets, .... 


Thumb " .... 


Plated Male and Female Catheters combined. 

1 50 

Silver " " " " . . 

2 00 

Combined Catheter and Caustic Holder, platfed, 
Surgeon's Silk, 1 doz. skeins, .... 

2 50 
, 1 00 

" Silver Wire, per oz., all sizes, No. 23 to 30, 

6 00 

" Needles, full curved, half curved, per dozen, 

1 00 

" " straight, per doz.. 



Elliot's Forceps, nickel-plated, . . . . 
Burdick's " " .... 

9 50 
10 00 

Hodge's " " .... 
Hale's " " .... 

7 00 
7 00 

Sawyer's " " .... 
Comstock's " " .... 

7 00 

8 00 

Blunthook's & Crotchet's, each, in handle, 

1 50 

" " combined, 

1 50 

Cianiotomy Forceps, large, ..... 
" " small, straight and curved, each. 

6 00 
3 50 

Smellies' Perforator, each, 

8 00 

Bedford's " "..... 

3 00 







Thomas' Perforator, each, . . . 6 00 

Blot's " " 6 00 

Pouches to hold Forceps, etc., in Morocco or Patent Leather, 4 00 and 3 00 
Set Barnes' Dilators, complete, with Syringe, 5 00 


Sim's Speculum, four sizes, each, 

Nott's " each, .... 

Brewer's " (can be made into a Sim's) 

Storer's " " " " 

Ferguson's, Glass mirrored, each, 

" Metal, 6 in a set, 

Cusco's Speculum, improved, 
Uterine Tenaculums, 

" Sponge Holders, 

" Dressing Forceps, plain, 

" " " with catch, 

" Scissors, straight, long, 

" " Curved up, long, 

" " Emmet's, 6 styles, each, 

" Sponge Tent Applicator, 

2 60 
5 00 
5 50 

4 00 

8 00 

5 00 
1 50 

1 00 

2 00 
2 50 
2 00 
2 60 
4 50 
1 00 


Otis' Urethrameter, ...... 

" Urethratome, latest improved, straight or curved, 
Gross' Urethratome, straight or curved. 
Van Buren and Keyes Sounds, each, 
Gouley's Sounds, each, 

" Tunnelled Catheters, 
Steam's Urethral Dilator, 
Thompson's " " in case, 

Whalebone Guides, each, 
Otis' Bulbous Sounds, each, 
English Olive pointed Bougies and Catheters, each, 

" Cone " " " " 

" Bulb (or a boule) " " 

" Jacques Catheters, soft rubber, 
Ftench Olive Pointed Bougies and Catheters, each 

" Cone " " " " 

" Bulb (or ^ boule) " 

" Mercier's Catheters . . . . 

" Nelaton's " soft rubber, each, 

18 00 

30 00 

(> 00 

1 60 

1 50 
3 50 

2 50 
5 00 

12 00 





1 00 

1 00 



1 00 

1 00 







Articulated Skeletons, French, No. 1, ... 

. 60 


No. 2, ... 

. 50 


No. 3, . ■. 

. 40 


No. 3, A. . 

. 36 


Foetal Skeletons under Glass Shades, all sizes, each. 

. 12 


Disarticulated Skulls in boxes, each 

. U 00 


Plain, Wire Eye Speculum, each, .... 


Improved " " " with screw, each, 



Eye Needles and Knives, Forceps, etc., in all styles. 

Kramer's Ear Speculum, 3 sizes each. 

. 1 


Wilde's " " 3 in a nest, . . . 

. 1 


Eustachian Catheters, Plated, each, .... 

. 1 


Hard Eubber, .... 

. 1 


Politzer's Apparatus for Air, American, 

. 2 


" ■" English, 

. 2 


Wilde's Ear Forceps, 

. 1 



Tobold's Large, Nickel Plated Laryngoscope, 

. 25 



. 16 


Laryngoscopic Mirror, 3* in. and Head Band, 



(( a q i( <t (t 

. 7 


Small Throat Mirrors in Handles, 5 sizes, each, 

. 1 


Hard Rubber Spray, 2 points. 

. 4 


Steam Atomizer, complete, small, 

. 3 



. 5 


Trachea Tube, Hard Rubber, each. 



" Fine Silver, French Style, . 

. 7 


" Plated, " 

. 5 


Fahnestock's Tonsil Instrument, 

. 6 


Mathieu's " " . , 

. 10 


Improved Spring Handle, .... 

. 10 


Tonsil Scissors, best, . . . . . 

. 6 


Tongue Depressor, Wire and Spatula Combined, 


Double, Metal, 

. 1 



. 1 



Plain Cedar Stethescopes, each, 



Camman's Stethescope with Elastic, No. 1, . 

. 4 







Camraan's Stethescope with Elastic, No. 2, 
with Spring, No. 1, 
" No. 2, 
Hard Rubber, . 

Flint's Hammer, ..... 

Hard Rubber Plessimeter, 



Trocar and Canulas, 3 sizes, each. 
Exploring Trocar, Fine French, 
Potain's Aspirator, Small, 

Large, . 
" " no bottle, French style, 

Rectum Speculum, two Blade, Spring Handle, 
" " Long Blades, Bodenheimer, 

" Bougies, Plain, No. 1 to 12, each, 
Conical, No. 1 to 12, each, 
Stomach Pump, best English, 
" Tubes, English, each, 
Tooth Forceps, nickel plated, each, 

" " Finest Quality, Plated, each. 

1 50 
1 25 

12 00 

13 00 
18 00 

3 50 

4 00 
1 00 

1 25 
18 00 

2 00 

1 75 

2 75 


Fine Glass Hyp. Syringe, with two Needles and Bottle, in Case, . 

Metal Covered with Fenestra, " 
" " " French style, in smaller and better Case, 

Large, French Hyp. Syringe, three Needles, fine Case, .... 
Plain, Self Registering Thermometer, Straight, in Hard Rubber Case, 
Constricted, " " " " " 

" by Spiral, " " " " " 

Finest Hick's Thermometer, with a Certificate from Kew Observatory, 

showing variations, .... 
Non-registering Thermometer on Ivory Scale, 
Self-registering " " " " 

Urinometers, Plain, English, 

Fine, " ... 

" Finest, with Enamelled Scale, 

Orthopaedic Instruments made to order. Silk Elastic Stockings, 
Knee Caps and Anklets furnished and made to order. In fact every 
Article (not mentioned in List) used by Physicians and Surgeons in 
their practice, we are able to furnish at Manufacturers Prices. 




























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ACONITE, Monograph on, its Therapeutic and Physiolog- 
ical Effects, together ^vith its Uses and Accurate State- 
ments, derived from the various Sources of Medical L#it- 
erature. By A. Reil, M.D. Translated from the German by H. 
B. Millard, M.D. Prize essay. 168 pages, ^0 60 

" This Monograpli, probably the best which has ever been published, upon the 
subject, lias been translated and given to the public in English, by Dr. Millard, of 
iSTew York. Apart from the intrinsic value of the work, which is well known to all 
medical German scholars, the translation of it has been completed in the most thor- 
ough and painstaking way ; and all the Latin and Greek quotations have been care- 
fully rendered into English. 

" The book itself is a work of great merit, thoroughly exhausting the whole range 
of the subject. To obtain a thorough view of the spirit of the action of the drug, we 
can recommend no better work." — From the North American Journal. 

ALLEN, DR. T. F. The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia 
Medica; a Record of the Positive Effects of Drugs upon 
the Healthy Human Organism, With contributions from 
Dr. Richard Hughes, of England ; Dr. C. Hering, of Philadelphia ; 
Dr. Carroll Dunham, of New York; Dr.Adolph Lippe, of Phila- 
delphia, and others. X volumes. Price bound in cloth, $60.00 ; 
in half morocco or sheep, . . . . . . . . 70 GO 

This is the most complete and extensive work on Materia Medica 
ever attempted in the history of medicine — a work to which the homoeo- 
pathic practitioner may turn with the certainty of finding the whole 
pathogenetic record of any remedy ever used in homoeopathy, the 
record of which being published either in bookform or in journals. The 
volumes average about 640 pp. each. Nine volumes have been com- 
pleted, and the concluding volume will be issued before end of 1879. 
An index or symptom register to the Encyclopedia will be issued within 
six months from completion of last volume. 

ALLEN AND NORTON. Ophthalmic Therapeutics, by 

Timothy F. Allen, M.D., Surgeon to the New York Ophthalmic 
Hospital, Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics in the 

N.B. — Orders for other American Publications promptly filled at publishers prices. 

H 1 


New York Homoeopathic Medical College, and Geo. S. Norton, . 
M.D., Surgeon to the New York Ophthalmic Hospital, and Oph- 
thalmic and Aural Surgeon to the Homoeopathic Hospital on 
Ward's Island. 269 pp., 8vo. Cloth, 2 00 

. . . " This work is a movement in the right direction, meets our unqualified 
endorsement, furnishing, as it unquestionably does, the most valuable and definite 
conclusions of clinical experience, based upon indications afforded by the provings 
of the remedies used. . . . 

" Part I. goes over the ground from Aconite to Zincum, giving the subjective and 
clinical features of each drug. We are assured in the preface that ' all the symptom- 
atology given in the work has heen verified.' 

" Part II. names each of the affections treated, together with the remedies that 
have been found serviceable, and to each remedy is appended the leading symptoms 
known to have been produced or cured, or at least ameliorated." — Fro7n Ohio M. & 
S. Reporter. 

. . . " The large and varied clinic of the Ophthalmic Hospital, and the work 
done there by colleagues have contributed very extensively to the present volume. 
Current literature has also been gleaned, and the labors of others outside utilized to 
a certain extent. The book is a solid contribution to homoeopathy, and will, un- 
questionably be bought up eagerly." — From U. S. lied. Investigator. 

. . . '' This work contrasts favorably with many similar treatises. It has not 
been written by inexperienced practitioners, but of men who write of that which 
they have seen — of that which they have accomplished. ... It is, in short, a 
useful book, and as such we commend it to the study of our readers." — -From the 
Monthly Horn. Review. 

ANGELL, DR. H. C. A treatise on Diseases of the Eye; 
for the Use of Students and Practitioners. By Henry C. 
Angell, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology in the Boston University 
School of Medicine, etc., etc. Fifth edition, enlarged and illustra- 
ted. Pp. 343. 12mo., Cloth, 3 00 

The fifth edition of this standard work has just been issued from the press, and 
shows that the whole work has been thoroughly revised and brought up to the latest 
dates in ophthalmology. Exquisite clesiT photographic illustrations have been added, 
and an exposition given of the dioptric or metric system, as applied to lenses for 

Eserin is introduced as a topical application in many forms of diseases of the 
eye ; Hydrochlorate of Gelsemium as a substitute for Atropin as a dilator of the 
pupil ; the operation for drainage of the eye, etc., etc. 

The fourth edition of Dr. Angell' s work has lately been translated into Frenct, 
and very favorably reviewed by the German and English homoeopathic press. 

How to Take Care of our Eyes, with Advice to Parents 

and Teachers in regard to the Management of the Eyes of 
Children. By Henry C. Angell, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmol- 
ogy in Boston University, author of Treatise on Disease of the Eye 
for the use of Students and General Practitioners, etc. Boston, 

1878. Pp. 71, 16mo. Cloth, 50 

This most admirable popular treatise has appeared, for the most 

part, already in the Atlantic Monthly, and should be recommended by phy- 
sicians to all their families, as it contains practical advice needed by all. 

We glean from the author's preface : " Though not the first work of the kind 
published, this is believed to be simpler, freer from technical terms, and shorter than 

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its predecessors. These merits, it is hoped, may render it exceptionably popular, 
and therefore exceptionably useful. 

" The growing prevalence of weak sight in this country, both in children and 
adults, would seem to make a wider knowledge of the eye, and how to take care of it, 
of some importance." 


TURK. Edited by C. G. Kaue, M.D 

187 1. Edited by C. G. Kaue, M.D. 

1872. Edited by C. G. Kaue, M.D. 

1873. Edited by C. G. Kaue, M.D. 

1874. Edited by C. G. Kaue, M.D. 

1875. Edited by C. G. Kaue, M.D. 

(Per set of six volumes, $15.00 net). 

■ In the preparation of the Annual Eecord, Professor Eaue has been assisted by 
an able corps of collaborators, and no labor or expense has been spared to have the 
whole a complete digest of all the valuable information scattered throughout the period- 
ical literature of Homoeopathy during the year 1869. The journals of the United 
States, England, Germany, France, Spain, and other countries, liave furnished mate- 
rials for this great work. 

" It is a year-book, containing everything that appeared of importance in the 
whole field of literature, an account of the many beneficial results due to our rapidly 
spreading school. . . . Such a book is also greatly wanted in Germany. We 
find that the editor has extracted also the German journals with the greatest con- 
scientiousness. ... It contains a mass of important material well worthy of our 
notice." — From Allgemeine Somceopathische Zeitung. 

N. B. — All unbound copies of this valuable work have been de- 
stroyed in a recent conflagration, and there are but a few sets yet available. 

APIS MELLIFICA, or the Poison of the Honey Bee, con- 
sidered as a Therapeutic Agent. By Dr. C. W. Wolf. 80 

BAEHR, DR. B. The Science of Therapeutics according to 
the Principles of Homoeopathy. Translated and enriched 
with numerous additions from Kafka and other sources, by C. J. 
Hempel, M.D. Two volumes. 1387 pages, .... 

This work is to take the place of the late Hartmann's Acute and Chronic Diseases, 
but in point of scientific value and practical usefulness it is far superior to the former. 
Dr. Hempel has incorporated large sections from Kafka in the same, has also on 
suitable occasions introduced the new remedies, and has made valuable additions 
from our journals and personal records. 

. . . " In short Dr. Baehr has presented us with the results of his observa- 
tions at the bedside rather than of his researches in the study. It is this which ren- 
ders his work valuable, and which at the same time accounts for his occasional im- 
perfections. We know of no work of the kind in homoeopathic literature where the 
suggestions for the choice of medicines are given in a fresher or clearer manner, or 
in one better calculated to interest and inform the practitioner. 

" Throughout the whole of these two -volumes his instructions as to the diet and 
the management of patients are generally good. 

" For the physician who is engaged in a clinical investigation of homoeopathy, 
it would be difficult to select a guide more suitable or more trustworthy. 

" We have only to add that the two volumes are highly creditable to the pub- 
lishers. The type is good, the paper good, and the binding excellent." — From the 
Monthly Homoeopathic Review. 


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" In addition to the contents of the original German edition of Baehr, the Ame- 
rican reader has given him indications for the use of the ' New Remedies ' on all suit- 
able occasions ; the able and industrious translator, Prof. Hempel, having furnished 
these, in addition to many valuable hints from his own experience, and extracts 
from the writings of Kafka and from our Medical Journals, thus presenting the most 
modern as well as most approved remedies, and making the book complete. 

" Tlie publishers, Messrs. Boericke & Tafel, deserve the encomiums of the pro- 
fession, as well as their patronage, for presenting so valuable a book, with all the ac- 
cessories of excellent paper, unexceptionable typography, and appropriate and sub- 
stantial binding." — -From the Hahnemannian Monthly. 

" At last we have a. practice of physic worthy of the homoeopathic school. Dr. 
Baehr has all the qualifications required for describing disease, in addition to a large 
knowledge, bibliographical and experimental, of its homoeopathic treatment. He Is 
thus_ enabled to present both sides of his subject in sufficient fulness and in due pro- 
portion. The book is complete in itself, and makes little demand upon previous or 
even collateral knowledge. _ Symptomatology, diagnosis, prognosis and morbid ana- 
tomy receive due attention in respect of every form of disease. 

"The descriptions of disease — no easy thing to write — are always clear and full, 
sometimes felicitous. The style is easy and readable, and not too prolix. Above all, 
the relations of maladies to medicines are studied no less philosophically than expe- 
rimentally, with an avoidance of abstract theorizing on the one side, and of mere 
empiricism on the other, which is most satisfactory." — From the British Journal of 

BECKER, DR. A. C. Diseases of the Digestive Organs and 
Constipation, treated homceopathically. Second American 
from the third London edition, with additions. 128 pages, . . 50 

Dentition, according to some of the best and latest 

German authorities. 82 pages, 50 

Diseases of the Eye, treated homceopathically. From 

the German. 77 pages, 50 

BELL, DR. JAMES B. The Homoeopathic Therapeutics of 
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Cholera 
Infantum, and all other loose evacuations of the bowels. 

168 pages. Bound in Muslin, . . . . , , . 1 00 

This little book had a very large sale, and but few physicians offices will be 
found without it. The work was, without exception, very highly commended by the 
homoeopathic press. 

BERJEAU, J. PH. The Homoeopathic Treatment of Syphi- 
lis, Gonorrhoea, Spermatorrhoea, and Urinary Diseases. 
Kevised, with numerous additions, by J. H. P. Frost, M.D. 256 
pages, 1 50 

" This work is unmistakably the production of a practical man. It is short, 
pithy, and contains a vast deal of sound practical instruction. The diseases are 
briefly described ; the directions for treatment are succinct and summary. It is a 
book which might with profit be consulted by all practitioners of homoeopathy." — 
From the North American Journal. 

BERKLEY. Sketch of Hahnemann and his Wife, . . 10 

BGENNINGHAUSEN, DR. C. Essay on the Homoeopathic 

Treatment of Intermittent Fever. Translated and edited by 

C. J. Hempel, M.D., 50 

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BCENNINGHAUSEN, DR. C. Homoeopathic Therapia of 
Intermittent and other Fevers, Translated with the addition 
of New Kemedies, By A. Korndoerfee, M.D. 245 pages. 8vo., 1 50 

. . . " Here, then, we have a work which will enable the homoeopathic prac- 
titioner to select the remedy in a case of fever, according to the individuality of that 
case, with the least amount of labor, and with the greatest possible accuracy. It is a 
companion volume to Bell's work on Diarrhea, etc., and is much more accurate, and 
more nearly complete than is that excellent and valuable little volume. 

" The translator has done his work well, giving us a pure English, and his care- 
ful proof reading has added to the value of the work. The publishers have spared 
no expense to bring this book out in a handsome style ; while the printers have made 
an uncommonly neat job of their part of the work ; in fact, translator, publishers and 
printer have conspired to bring out a useful book in handsome style, and have hap- 
pily succeeded in doing so." — -From the Hahnemannian Monthly. 

BCENNINGHAUSEN, DR. C. The Sides of the Body and 
Drug Affinities. Homoeopathie Exercises. Translated and 
edited by C. J. Hempel, M.D., . . . . . . . 25 

The first part of this little treatise contains the remedies arranged in double 
column, according to their action on the right or left side of the different parts of the 

The second part contains the " Drug Affinities." The whole is printed in four 
different types, corresponding to the prominence or affinity of the respective reme- 

BREYFOGLE, DR. W. L. Epitome of Homoeopathic Med- 
icines. 383 pages, 1 50 

Interleaved with writing paper. Half morocco, . . . . 2 50 

We quote from the author's preface : 

" It has been my aim, throughout, to arrange in as concise form as possible, the 
leading symptoms of all well established provings. To accomplish this, I have 
compared Lippe's Mat. Med. ; the Symptomen-Codex ; Jahr's Epitome ; Bcenning- 
hausen's Therapeutic Pocket-Book, and Hale's New Bemedies." 

BRYAN. The Rival Schools of Medicine, .... 15 

BRYANT, DR. J. A Pocket Manual, or Repertory of Ho- 
moeopathic Medicine, Alphabetically and Nosologically arr- 
anged, which may be used as the Physicians' Vcide-yneciim, the 
Travelers' Medical Companion, or the Family Physician. Contain- 
ing the Principal Remedies for the most important Diseases ; Symp- 
toms, Sensations, Characteristics of Diseases, etc. ; with the Principal 
Pathogenetic Effects of the Medicines on the most important Organs 
and Functions of the Body, together with Diagnosis, Explanation of 
Technical Terms, Directions for the selection and Exhibition of 
Remedies, Rules of Diet, etc. Compiled from the best Homoeo- 
pathic authorities. Third edition. 352 pages, . . . . 1 50 

BUCHNER, J. Morbus Brightii. Translated by S. Lilienthal, 

M.D. 148 pages, 1 00 

" Our indefatigable friend in Gotham has laid the profession under additional 
obligation by de-Teutonizing Dr. Buchner's excellent monograph on Bright's Dis- 
ease. Under the different heads of the History of the Disease, its Frequency, Dura- 

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tion, Hereditary Tendencies, Pathological Anatomy, Character, Etiology, Statistics, 
Diagnosis, Symptoms and Course, Prognosis, Prophylaxis, and Therapia, there are 
gathered very many interesting facts and suggestions. Indeed, tliis is just such a 
compendious and exhaustive treatise on a most practical subject, as we might expect 
from its distinguished author. Its general value is enhanced by an AjDi^endix, fur- 
nished by Dr. Lilienthal, which gives the indications for the newer remedies in 
Bright's Disease. — From U. S. Med. and Surg. Journal. 

BURT, DR. W. H. Characteristic Materia Medica. Second 

edition. 541 pages, 2 50 

In this work, the author gives the characteristic symptoms of two 
hundred and three remedies. 

We quote from the author's preface : 

" The following work is neither a ' text-book,' nor an ' epitome,' much less is it 
offered as a substitute for the Materia Medica, but from all sources within my reach, 
including pretty much the entire range of our English and American Homoeopathic 
literature, I have endeavored to collect those symptoms which, whether originally 
pathogenetic or clinical only, have come to be regarded as ' characteristics,' and as 
' key-notes,' by reason of their own prominence, or from the frequency of their men- 
tion by the best authorities. 

BURT, DR. W. H. Therapeutics of Tuberculosis or Pulmo- 
nary Consumption. 230 pages, 1 75 

•' This book is precisely what its title implies, a work on the Therapeutics of 
Consumption. The author divides tuberculosis into twelve of its characteristic symp- 
toms, and then takes up each head separately, giving the indications for the reme- 
dies." (Then follows a description of the arrangement.) 

" The plan of the work, as stated above, has been most thoroughly carried out. 
The indications for the remedies are given in a most excellent and concise manner, 
and in connection with them many eminent authorities are quoted, among whom 
may be mentioned Hirschel, MeyhofTer, Hughes, Baehr, GouUon, Guernsey, Dun- 
ham, and others. The chapter on Cough deserves special mention. Hygienic and 
dietetic rules are also given. The book closes with a chapter on the use of the spi- 
rometer as a means of diagnosis." — From the New England Medical Gazette. 

" This volume has several merits ; it is not too large ; it gives the characteristic 
and clinical indications side by side, so that they are easily found ; it leaves the 
question of dose, and the repetition, to the good sense and experience of the prac- 
titioner ; it does not set forth any fraudulent claims for this or that ' specific,' and 
what is indispensable in a work on this fatal malady, it adds a list of valuable and 
merciful expedients to make the poor victim as comfortable as possible. It is very 
appropriately dedicated to Dr. MeyhofFer, of Nice, R. L." — From the U. S. Medical 

BUTLER, JOHN. A Text-Book of Electro-Therapeutics 
and Electro-Surgery, for the Use of Students and General 
Practitioners. By John Butler, M.D., L.R.C.P.E., L.R.C.S.I., 
etc., etc. Pp. 277, 8vo. Cloth, 2 00 

" Among the many works extant on Medical Electricitj' ; we have seen nothing 
that comes so near ' filling the bill ' as this. The book is less than three hundred 
pages octavo, but is sufficiently comprehensive for the student or the practitioner. 
The fact that it is written by an enthusiastic and very intelligent homceopathist, gives 
to it additional value. It places electricity on the same basis as other drugs, and 
points out by specific symptoms when the agent is indicated. The use of electricity 
is therefore clearly no longer an exception to the law of similia, but acts curatively, 
only when used in accordance with that law. We are not left to conjecture and 
doubt, but can clearly see the specific indications of the agent, in the disease we have 
under observation. The author has done the profession an invaluable service in thus 
making plain the pathogenesis of this wonderful agent. The reader will find no diffi- 

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culty in following both the pathology and treatment of the cases described. Electri- 
tricity is not held up as the cure-all of disease, but i3 shown to be one of the most 
important and valuable of remediable agents, when used in an intelligent manner. 
We have seen no work which we can so heartily recommend as this." — From the Cin- 
cinnati Medical Advance. 

" Butler's work gives with exceptional thoroughness all details of the latest re- 
searches on Electricity, which powerful agent has a great future, and rightly demands 
our most earnest consideration. But Homceopathia especially must hail with delight 
the advent from out the ranks of her apostles of a writer of John Butler's ability. 
His book will also find a large circle of non-homoeopathic readers, since it does not 
conflict with the tenets of any therapeutic sect, and particular care has been bestowed 
on the technical part of electro-therapeia." — From the Sotnoeopatkische Rundschau. 

CASPARI'S Homoeopathic Domestic Physician. Edited by 
F. Haetmann, M.D., author of the Acute and Chronic Diseii:es. 
Transated from the eighth German edition, and enriched by a 
Treatise on Anatomy and Physiology, by W. P. Esrey, M.D., with 
Additions and a Preface, by C. Hering, M.D. Containing also a 
Tabular Index of the INtedicines, and the Diseases in which they are 
used, etc. With 36 illustrations. 475 pages, . . . . 1 00 

COCKBURN, DR. S. Medical Reform; being an Examina- 
tion into the Nature of the Prevailing System of Medi- 
cine, and an Exposition of some of its Chief Evils, with 
Allopathic Revelations. A Eemedy for the Evil. 180 pages, 50 

CONQUEST. What is Homoeopathy ? 5 cts. Per Hundred, . 3 00 

CURTIS, J. T., M.D., and J. LILLIE, M.D. An Epitome 

of Homoeopathic Practice. Compiled chiefly from Jahr, 

Eiickert, Beauvais, Boenninghausen, etc. 246 pages, ... 60 

This handy little volume contains the most prominent symptoms of 119 reme- 
dies, to which is added a well arranged Repertory. The whole is in such a shape 
that it can be carried conveniently in the pocket as a remembrancer. 

DAKE, DR. J. P. Acute Diseases and their Homoeopathic 

Treatment. Also, Directions for the Treatment of Injuries Re- 
ceived by Accidents and from Poisons, • . 1 00 

The Science of Therapeutics in Outline. A Systematic 

Arrangement of Principles concerned in the care of Human Health, 

showing their Several Departments. By J. P. Dake, A.M., M.D., 

late Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine in the 

Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, etc., etc. JSTashville, 

1878. pp. 46, 8vo., • ... 25 

" Like a skillful general making a reconnoissance before giving battle, in order 
to draw the fire of the enemy, or learn the whereabouts of his friends, so our author 
puts out this feeler and awaits its effects before he ventures to hurl upon us the main 

body of his work Professor Dake holds a high position as a writer in 

our school, and we may, in any event, look for something worthy his able pen." — 
From the Oincinnati Medical Advance for October. 

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DAKE, DR. WM. C. Pathology and Treatment of Diph- 
theria. By Wm. C. Dake, M.D., of Nashville, Tenn. Pp. 55, 

8vo. Paper, . 50 

This interesting monograph was enlarged from a paper read at the 

Third Annual Meeting of the Homoeopathic Society of Tennessee, held 

at Memphis, September 19, 1877. 

It gives a report of one hundred and seventy-six cases treated during 

a period of eleven months. It well repays a careful perusal. 

EGGERT, DR. W. The Homoeopathic Therapeutics of 
Uterine and Vaginal Discharges. Pp. 543, 8vo. Half mo- 
rocco, 3 50 

The author brought here together in an admirable and comprehen- 
sive arrangement everything published to date on the subject in the 
whole homoeopathic literature, besides embodying his own abundant 
personal experience. The contents divided into eight parts, are ar- 
ranged as follows : 

Part I. Treats on Menstruation and Dysmenorrhcea ; Part II 
Menorrhagia; Part III. Ainenorrhma ; Part IV. Abortion and Mis- 
carriage ; Part V. Metrorrhagia ; Part VI. Fluor alhus ; Part VII. 
Lochia ; and Part VIII. General Concomitants. No work as complete 
as this, on the subject, was ever before attempted, and we feel assured 
that it will meet with great favor by the profession. 

Some time ago inquiry was made through the columns of the " Observer " for 
an article on Leucorrhoea ; to such I would say, we now have such a one before the 
profession, only in a more complete and available form than an article could have. 
We not only have a work an Leucorrhcea, but on all uterine and vaginal discharges, 
together with their varied and numerous concomitants. 

A special beauty of the work is, that all verified remedies stand out in small 
capitals, and are thus more easily recognized. This to the student often calls to 
mind times past, where hours were spent in the search for a remedy that can now be 
found in as many minutes. 

The book is a counterpart of Bell on Diarrrhoea, and Dunham on Whooping- 
cough. Synthetics, Diagnosis and Pathology are left out as not coming within the 
scope of the work. The author in his preface says : remedies and their symptoms 
are left out, and the symptoms and their remedies have received sole attention— 
that is what the busy practitioner wants. 

The work is one of the essentials in a library. — From American Observer. 

"A most exhaustive treatise, admirably arranged, covering all that is known of 
therapeutics in this important department." — From the Homoeopathic Times. 

ESREY, \V. P., M.D. A Treatise on Anatomy and Physi- 
ology. With thirty illustrations. 92 pages, ... 75 


As the time draws near when most physician's renew their visiting 
lists, we would again point out to the profession the above admirably 
arranged list. The Repertory, the most complete of its size ever issued, 
is alone worth the price. It is an invaluable remembrancer, and has 

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been brought up to date in this its second edition, as all the new American 
remedies have been carefully incorporated. By an ingenious contriv- 
ance, doing away with the india-rubber strings, extra sheets, for reports 
of cases, can readily be inserted, as well as extra sheets of the list proper 
for those having more than forty patients a day. 

The whole is elegantly gotten up, bound in fine morocco leather and 
gilt-edged. It is acknowledged to be the cheapest list in the market for 
the price. 

" Dr. Faulkner's Visiting List is well adapted to render the details of daily 
work more perfectly recorded than any book prepared for the same purpose with 
which we have hitherto met. 

" It commences with the almanacs ; then follow an obstetric calendar : a list of 
poisons and their antidotes; an account of Marshall Hall's ready method in as- 
phyxia ; a repertory of between sixty and seventy pages ; pages marked for general 
memoranda; vaccination records; records of deaths; nurses; friends, and others; 
obstetric record, which is especially complete ; and finally, pages ruled to keep notes 
of daily visits ; and also spaces marked for name of the medicine ordered on each 
day. The plan devised is so simple, so efficient, and so clear, that we illustrate it on 
a scale just half the size of the original." 

" The List is not divided info special months, but its use may he as easily commenced 
in the middle of the year as at the beginning. 

" We heartily recommend Faulkner's List to our colleagues." — From the Monthly So- 
mceopathic Review. 

GOULLON, DR. H. Scrofulous affections, and the Advan- 
tages of their Treatment according to the Principles and 
Experiences of Homoeopathy. Described and demonstrated 
by numerous examj)les of successful cures. Translated from the 
German by Emil Tietze, M.D. 355 pages. Cloth, 8vo,, . . 1 50 

" It would be as difficult to define the scrofulous cachexia, as it would be to draw a 
good plate illustrating the nervous system, or to devise a pocket case that should 
contain the very remedies that a doctor needs and no more. The first chapter in this 
book contains brief notices of the numerous attempts that have been made in this 
direction. It is concise, suggestive, and very entertaining. The consideration of the 
Discrasise that are related to scrofula, id est tuberculosis syiDhilis, sycosis, and rachi- 
tis, abounds in clinical hints and deductions of the most practical kind. 

" This is followed by a study of the Special Forms of Scrofula, as it aflTects the cu- 
taneous system, the muco-membraneous system, the glandular system, and the joints 
and bones. The remaining one hundred and fifty pages are devoted to a practical dis- 
cussion of each and all the various remedies in ordinary use, for this disease, both in 
the simple and compound forms. This part of the book is largely clinical, 133 cases 
being reported thereon. We have no space for extracts. It must suffice to com- 
mend the volume as the most practical of its kind extant, and to express our thanks 
to Dr. Tietze for putting it in an English dress." — From the U. S. M. and S. Journal. 

" We return our thanks to the translator. Dr. Tietze, and to the publishers, for 
making this work accessible to the English reading profession. The translator has 
done his share of the work well, and the publishers have given us fine white paper, 
clear type, and neat binding. GouUon on Scrofulosis is the companion volume to 
Lord on Intermittent Fever. Of such books we cannot have too many, provided 
they are written by men of practical mind and large experience." — From Hahne- 
mannian Monthly. 

GRAY and HEMPEL. Homoeopathic Examiner. Two vols. 

Bound, 5 00 

GROSS, DR. H. Comparative Materia Medica. Edited by 

C. Hering, M.D. 520 pages, 8 00 

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The autlior's Introduction is followed by a concise Pharmaceutical Key, added 
l)y the editor, to all the remedies mentioned in the work ; tlien follow several pages 
of editor's practical advice and_ remarks; this is followed by 464 pages of compari- 
sons, and the whole concludes with an appendix containing the collateral symptoms : 
during stool, during urination, during menstruation, and during cough. 

Tlie whole work is admirably arranged. The comparison of any two remedies, 
either occupies one double-column page, or two opposite pages. Thus the whole is 
taken in at a glance, without the necessity of turning a leaf. 

The remedies are arranged alphabetically, so that in the left-hand column will 
be found the remedy to be compared, and in the right-hand column the remedies it 
is compared with, also in alphabetical order. The whole is enriched by numerous 
marginal annotations and remarks by the illustrious editor. 

The work is brought out regardless of expense, on heavy tinted paper, clear 
print, and substantial binding in half morocco. 

GUERNSEY, DR. H. N. The Application of the Principles 
and Practice of Homoeopathy to Obstetrics and the Dis- 
orders Peculiar to Women and Young Children. By 
Henry N. Guernsey, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases 
of Women and Children in the Homoeopathic Medical College of 
Pennsylvania, etc., etc. With numerous Illustrations. Third edi- 
tion, revised, enlarged and greatly improved. Pp. 1004. 8vo., 
half morocco, 8 GO 

This standard work, with the numerous improvements and additions is the most 
complete andcomprehensible work on the subject in the English language. Of the 
previous editions^ almost four thousand copies are in the hands of the profession, and 
of this third edition a goodly number have already been taken up. There are few 
other professional works that can boast of a like popularity, and with all new im- 
provements and experiences diligently collected and faithfully incorporated into each 
successive edition, this favorite work will retain its hold on the high esteem it is held 
in by the profession, for years to come. It is superfluous to add that it was and is 
used from its first appearance as a text-book at the homoeopathic colleges. 

GUERNSEY, DR. E. Homoeopathic Domestic Practice. 

With Full Descriptions to the Dose to each single Case. Con- 
taining also Chapters on Anatomy, Physiology, Hygiene, and an 
abridged Materia Medica. Tenth enlarged, revised and improved 
edition. 653 pages, 2 50 

The Gentleman's Hand-book of Homoeopathy, especially 

for Travellers and for Domestic Practice. 255 pages, . . . 1 GO 

GUERNSEY, DR. W. E. The Traveller's Medical Reper- 
tory and Family Adviser for the Homoeopathic Treat- 
ment of Acute Diseases. 36 pages, 30 

This little work has been arranged with a view to represent in as compact a 
manner as possible all the diseases — or, rather, disorders — which the non-profes- 
sional would attempt to prescribe for, it being intended only for the treatment of 
simple or acute diseases, or to allay the suffering in maladies of a more serious nature 
until a Homceopathic practitioner can be summoned. 

HAHNEMANN, DR. S. The Lesser Writings of. Col- 
lected and Translated by E. E. Dudgeon, M.D. With a Preface 

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and Notes by E. E. Maecy, M.D. Witli a Steel Engraving of 
Halinemaun from the statue of Steinhauser. 784 pages, . . 3 00 

This valuable work contains a large number of Essays, of great interest to lay- 
men as well as medical men upon Diet, the Prevention of Diseases, Ventilation of 
DwelKngs, etc. As many of these papers were written before the discovery of the 
homoeopathic theory of cure, the reader will be enabled to peruse in this volume the 
ideas of a gigantic intellect when directed to subjects of general and practical 

" We cannot too strongly recommend this volume to the study of every homoeo- 
path. He will find in it the germ of many a thought which has since been ex- 
panded into a pamphlet or treatise, and formed the capital of many an aspiring 
lesser light, and while it enlarges his own horizon, it will at the same time give him 
a truer, grander conception of the reach of that noble mind to which the world is 
indebted for the only valuable discovery in therapeutics that was ever made." — From 
the North American Journal of Homeopathy. 

HAHNEMANN, DR. S. Organon of the Art of Healing. 

By Samuel Hahnemann, Aude Sapere. Fifth American Edition 
translated from the Fifth German Edition, by C. Wesselhoeft, M.D. 

pp. 244, 8vo. Cloth, 1 75 

This fifth edition of " Hahnemann's Organon " has a history. So 
many complaints were made again and again of the incorrectness and 
cumbersome style of former and existing editions to the publishers, that, 
yielding to the pressure, they promised to destroy the plates of the fourth 
edition, and to bring out an entire retranslation in 1876, the Centennial 
year. After due consideration, and on the warm recommendation of Dr. 
Constantino Hering and others, the task of making this re-translation was 
confided to Dr. C. Wesselhoeft, and the result of years of labor is now 
before the profession, who will be best able themselves to judge how well 
he succeeded in acquitting himself of the difficult task. 

" To insure a correct rendition of the text of the author, they (the publishers) 
selected as his translator Dr. Conrad Wesselhoeft, of Boston, an educated physician 
in every respect, and from his youth up perfectly familiar with the English and 
German languages, than whom no better selection could have been made." " That 
he has made, as he himself declares, * an entirely new and independent translation 
of the whole work,' a careful comparison of the various paragraphs, notes, etc., 
with those contained in previous editions, gives abundant evidence ; and while he 
has, so far as was possible, adhered strictly to the letter of Hahnemann's text, he 
has at the same time given a pleasantly flowing rendition that avoids the harsh- 
ness of a strictly literal translation." — From the Hahnemannian Monthly. 

" The present translator, while endeavoring to produce a perfectly correct trans- 
lation of the original, has avoided too close an adherence to Hahnemann's con- 
struction, style and punctuation. Dr. W. has aimed to give an entirely new and 
independent translation, and with deep reverence for the author and loyalty to the 
truth, he has accomplished his task." — From the American Observer. 

" To every homoeopathic physician the work is of course a necessity. The younger 
members of the profession will undoubtedly make the Organon one of the first contri- 
butions to their raedical library." — From the Homoeopathic Times. 

HALE, DR. E. M. Lectures on Diseases of the Heart. In 
Three Parts. Part I : Functional Disorders of the Heart. Part II : 
Inflammatory Affections of the Heart. Part III : Organic Dis- 
eases of the Heart. Second enlarged edition. 248 pages, . . 1 75 



HALE, DR. E. M. Materia Medica and Special Therapeu- 
tics of the New Remedies. Fourth edition, revised and en- 
larged. In two volumes, 

Vol. I. Special Symptomatology. With new Botanical 

and Pharmacological Notes. 672 pages, 
Vol. II. Special Therapeutics. With Illustrative Clini- 
cal Cases. 819 pages, 

$5 00 

5 00 

" Dr. Hale's work on New Remedies, is one both well known and much appreci- 
ated on this side of the Atlantic. For many medicines of considerable value we are 
indebted to his researches. In the present edition, the symptoms produced by the 
drug investigated, and those which they have been observed to cure, are separated 
from the clinical observations, by which the former have been confirmed. That this 
volume contains a very large amount of invaluable information is incontestable, and 
that every effort has been made to secure both fullness of detail and accuracy of 
statement, is apparent throughout. For these reasons we can confidently commend 
Dr. Hale's fourth edition of his well-known work on the New Remedies to our 
homoeopathic colleagues." — From The Monthly Homoeopathic Review. 

" We do not hesitate to say that by these publications Dr. Hale rendered an in- 
estimable service to homoeopathy, and thereby to the art of medicine. ' The school 
of Hahnemann in every country owes him hearty thanks for all this ; and allopathy 
is beginning to share our gain.' The author is given credit for having in this fourth 
edition corrected the mistake for which the third one had been taxed rather se- 
verely, by restoring in Vol. II the ' special therapeutics,' instead of the ' characteris- 
tics ' of the third edition." — From the British Journal of Homoeopathy. 

The Medical, Surgical and Hygienic Treatment of Dis- 
eases of Women, especially those causing Sterility, the 
Disorders and Accidents of Pregnancy, and Painful and 
Difficult Labor. By Edwin M. Hale, M.D., Professor of Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics in the Chicago Homoeopathic College, 
etc., etc. Pp. 298, 8vo. Cloth, . . • . . . . 
From the author's preface : 

This work is divided into two parts, of which Part I treats of Sterility, and Part 
II of Disorders of Pregnancy and Dystocia. The contents of the fourteen chapters of 
Part I are as follows : Enumeration of the Causes of Sterility ; Statistics of Sterility ; 
Constitutional Causes and their Treatment ; Psychical Causes ; Ovarian Causes ; Ute- 
rine Causes ; Vaginal Causes ; Eenal Causes ; Vesical Causes ; Urethral Causes ; Eec- 
tal Causes ; The Mechanism of Conception ; Hygienic and other Errors Causing Ste- 
rility ; General Therapeutics of Sterility. 

The four chapters comprised in Part II treat on : Eemedies for General Disor- 
ders of Pregnancy ; Preventive Treatment of Dystocia ; Special Disorders and Acci- 
dents of Pregnancy ; Medication of Foetus in Utero as a Means of Preventing Dysto- 
cia ; the immediate treatment of Functional Dystocia. 

This work fills a void in Homoeopathic literature, and is very fa- 
vorably received by the profession. 

"This new work calls for a passing notice. It embodies the observations and 
experience of the author during twenty-five years of active and extensive practice, 
and is designed to supplement rather than supersede kindred works. 

The arrangement of the subjects treated is methodical and convenient ; the in- 
troduction containing an article inserted by permission of Dr. Jackson, of Chicago, 
the author upon the ovular and ovulation theory of menstruation, which contains 
all the observations of practical importance known on this subject to date. 

The diseases causing sterility are fully described, and the medical, surgical and 
hygienic treatment pointed out. The more generally employed medicines are 
enumerated, but their special or specific indications are unfortunately omitted. 

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The general practitioner will find a great many valuable things for his daily 
rounds, and cannot afford to do without the book. The great reputation and ability 
of the author are sufiicient to recommend the work, and to guarantee an appreciative 
reception and large sale." — Frovi the Hahnemannian Monthly. 

HART, DR. C. P. Repertory to the New Remedies, based 
upon and designed to accompany Hale's Special Sympto- 
matology and Therapeutics. Pp. 199, 8vo. Cloth, . .$ 1 25 

" This work will be found of great value, convenient in arrangement, and as 
near perfect as any should expect." — American Homoeopatkic Observer. 

" The thanks of the profession are due to Dr. Hart and his co-laborers, for this 
valuable contribution to our literature. We are sure that, with the aid thus afforded, 
the New Remedies will be more frequently used than has been heretofore the case, 
and our patients will reap the benefit."— JV'. A. Journal of Homoeopathy. 

" We feel under obligations to Dr. Hart for his valuable work, and especially so 
on account of the intelligent manner in which he has prepared it. Every one who 
has Hale's work will find the Repertory indispensable." — Hahnemannian Monthly. 

HAYWARD, DR. JOHN W. Taking Cold (The Cause of 
half our Diseases): its Nature, Causes, Prevention and 
Cure ; its frequency as a Cause of other Disease, and the 
Diseases of which it is the Cause, with their Diagnosis 
and Treatment. Fifth edition, enlarged and improved. Lon- 
don, 1875. Pp. 188, 18mo. Cloth, 50 

From the Author's Preface: "This Essay was originally published under the 
conviction that, by attention to the directions it contains, persons may not only very 
frequently avoid taking cold, but may themselves frequently cure a cold at the on- 
set, and thereby prevent the development of many of those serious diseases that 
would otherwise follow. The favorable reception it has met with is a sufficient tes- 
timony that it has been found useful." 

HELMUTH, DR. W. T. Surgery and its Adaptation to 
Homoeopathic Practice. Illustrated with numerous Engrav- 
ings on Wood. 651 pages, . . . . . . . . 2 00 

A System of Surgery. Illustrated with 568 Engravings on 

Wood By Wm. Tod Helmuth, M.D. Third Edition. Pp. 1000. 
Sheep, 8 50 

This third edition of Dr. Helmuth' s great work is already in appearance a great 
improvement over the old edition, it being well printed on fine paper, and well 

By increasing the size of the page, decreasing the size of types, and setting up 
solid, fully one-half more printed matter is given than in the previous edition, albeit 
there are over 200 pages less. And while the old edition, bound in sheep, was sold 
at $11.50 by its publishers, this improved third edition is now furnished at $3 less, 
or for ?8.50. 

The author brought the work fully up to date, and for an enumeration of some 
of the more important improvements, we cannot do better than to refer to Dr. Hel- 
muth's own Preface. 

HEMPEL, DR. C. J. Homoeopathic Domestic. In German, 75 

Homoeopathic Domestic. In French, . . . 75 

Organon of Specific Homoeopathy ; or. An Inductive Exposi- 
tion of the Principles of the Homoeopathic Healing Art. 216 pages, 1 00 

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HEMPEL, DR. C. J. The Science of Homoeopathy; or, A 

Critical and Synthetical Index of the Doctrines of the Homoeo- 
pathic School. 180 pages. Large 8vo. Second edition. Cloth, $1 75 

Complete Repertory of the Homoeopathic Materia 

Medica. 1224 pages, 6 00 

The object of this work is simply to make the finding of any symptom or group 
of symptoms, which a physician may be called upon to treat, a matter of perfect cer- 
tainty ; provided always such may exist among the results of our physiological 
provings. The classifications of the symptoms which has been adopted is more com- 
plete, and at the same time more simple and practical, than anything of the kind 
ever published in our language. 

HEMPEL, DR. C. J., and DR. J. BEAKLEY. Homoeo- 
pathic Theory and Practice. With the Homoeopathic Treat- 
ment of Surgical Diseases, designed for Students and Practitioners 
of Medicine, and as a Guide for an intelligent Public generally. 
Fourth edition. 1100 pages, . . . . . 3 00 

HENDERSON & FORBES. An Inquiry into the Homoeo- 
pathic Practice of Medicine, by W. Henderson, M.D. ; Ho- 
moeopathy, Allopathy, and Young Physic, by John Forbes, M.D., ; 
and Letter to Dr. John Forbes, by W. Henderson, M.D. 278 
pages, . 1 00 

HERING, DR. C. The Treatment of Typhoid Fevers, 

with a few additions. A part of the Analytical Therapeutics, 50 

Materia Medica, with a Pathological Index Vol. I. 706 

pages. Half morocco, . 5 00 

Analytical Therapeutics. "Some prescriptions of rare and 

proved effects." Vol. I. Large royal octavo. 352 pages. Cloth, 3 50 

Half morocco, or sheep, 4 50 

" The arrangement of the work before us leaves nothing to be desired, and with 
a little study we find us perfectly at home. Inner symptoms first, outer afterwards. The 
notes given by Father Hering, the result of long experience and close investigation, 
deserve our particular notice, and we cannot recommend it enough to the study of 
our younger members of the profession." — N. A. Journal of Homosopathy. 

" His Analytical Therapeutics, Vol. I., is a work which, we have no doubt, will 
be rapidly bought up by the profession, as there are but few but will be eager to be 
possessed of an epitome of the wisdom, learning, skill and experience of such a time- 
long and time-honored practitioner, and the collected wisdom and experience of the 
whole profession." — Hahnemannian Monthly. 

Condensed Materia Medica. Second, thoroughly revised and 

considerably enlarged edition in Press ; will be pushed through 
the press as rapidly as possible. 

HILDEBRANDT, PROF. H. Catarrh of the Female Sexual 
Organs. Translated, with the addition of the Homoeopathic Treat- 
ment, by S. LiLiENTHAL, M.D., 30 

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HITCHMAN, DR. W. Consumption: Its Nature, Preven- 
tion, and Homoeopathic Treatment. With Illustrations of 
Homoeopatliic Practice. 184 pages, ...... 60 

HOLCOMBE, DR. W. H. Yellow Fever and its Homoeo- 
pathic Treatment 30 

What is Homoeopathy ? A new exposition of a great truth. 

"Prove all things — hold fast that which is good." — St. Paul. 

Pp. 28, 8vo. Paper cover, per dozen, $1.25, .... 15 

How I became a Homoeopath. Pp. 28, 8vo. Paper cover, per 

dozen, $1.25, 15 

terinarian) ; or. Plain Directions for the Homoeopathic Treat- 
ment of the most Common Ailments of Fowls, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys 
and Pigeons, based on the author's large experience, and compiled 
from the most reliable sources, by Dr. Fr. Schrdter. Translated 
from the German. Pp. 84, 12mo., cloth, 50 

We imported hundreds of copies of this work in the original German for our 
customers, and as it gave good satisfaction, we thought it advisable to give it an Eng- 
lish dress, so as to make it available to the public generally. The little work sells 
very fast, and our readers will doubtless often have an opportunity to draw the atten- 
* tion of their patrons to it. 

HOMCEOPATHIC COOKERY. Second Edition. With addi- 
tions, by a Lady of an American Homoeopathic Physician. De- 
signed chiefly for the Use of such Persons as are under Homoeopathic 
Treatment. 176 pages, 50 

HUGHES, DR. R. Manual of Pharmacodynamics. 500 

pages. American re-print out of print. See list of British books. 

Manual of Therapeutics. 540 pages. American re-print out 

of print. See list of British books. 

HULL'S JAHR. A New Manual of Homoeopathic Prac- 
tice. Edited, with annotations and additions, by F. G. Snelling, 
M.D., Sixth American edition. With an Appendix of the New 
Eemedies, by C. J. Hempel, M.D. 2 vols. 2076 pages, . . 9 00 

The first volume, containing the symptomatology, gives the complete pathoge- 
nesis of two hundred and eighty-seven remedies, besides a large number of new 
remedies are added by Dr. Hempel, in the appendix. The second volume contains 
an admirably arranged Repertory. Each chapter is accompanied by copious clinical 
remarks and the concomitant symptoms of the chief remedies for the malady treated 
of, thus imparting a mass of information, rendering the work indispensable to every 
student and practitioner of medicine. 

JAHR, DR. G. H. G. Therapeutic Guide; the most important 
results of more than Forty Years' Practice. With Personal obser- 

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vations regarding the truly reliable and practically verified curative 

indications in actual cases of disease. Translated, with notes and 

new remedies, by C. J. Hempel, M.D. 646 pages, . . . 3 00 

" With this characteristically long title, the veteran and indefatigable Jahr gives 
us another volume of homoeopathies. Besides the explanation of its purport contained 
in the title itself, the author's preface still further sets forth its distinctive aim. It 
is intended, he says, as a " guide to beginners, where I only indicate the most import- 
ant and decisive points for the selection of a remedy, and where I do not offer any- 
thing but what my own individual experience, during a practice of forty years, has 
enabled me to verify as absolutely decisive in choosing the proper remedy.' The reader 
will easily comprehend that, in carrying out this plan, I had rigidly to exclude all 
cases concerning which I had no experience of my own to offer. . . . . . We 

are bound to say that the book itself is agreeable, chatty, and full of practical obser- 
vation. It may be read straight through with interest, and referred to in the treat- 
ment of particular cases with advantage." — From the British Journal of Homceopathy. 

Clinical Guide, or Pocket Repertory for the Treatment 

of Acute and Chronic Diseases. Translated by C. J. Hempel, 

M.D. Second American, revised and enlarged, edition. From the 
third German edition, enriched by the addition of the New Reme- 
dies. By S. LiLiENTHAL, M.D. 624 pages, 2 50 

" It opens with an ' Introduction ' and a systematic table of the various articles 
contained in alphabetical order ; then follows the Clinical Guide for the treatment of 
acute and chronic diseases, these being arranged in alphabetical order, commencing 
with "Abscesses," and ending with "Zona." The characteristic symptoms of the 
most important remedies referred to are then given, and the whole is concluded with 
a copious index. _ _ • 

" To those of our readers who have used the old edition, nothing need be said to 
induce them to procure a copy of the new. To others, however, we feel free to -state 
that as a volume of ready reference to lie on the office desk, or be used at the bed- 
side, it is very valuable, and will save many tedious and distracting hunts through 
the symptomen codex." 

The typographical execution of the book is excellent. — From the Hahneman- 
nian Monthly. 

The Homoeopathic Treatment of Diseases of Females 

and Infants at the Breast. Translated from the French by C. 

J. Hempel, M.D. 422 pages, 2 00 

This work deserves the most careful attention on the part of Homoeopathic prac- 
titioners. The diseases to which the female organism is subject are described with 
the most minute correctness, and the treatment is likewise indicated with a care that 
would seem to defy criticism. No one can fail to study this work but with profit and 

Diseases of the Skin ; or. Alphabetical Repertory of the Skin 

Symptoms, and External Alterations of Substance, together with the 
Morbid Phenomena observed in the Glandular, Osseous, Mucous, and 
Circulatory Symptoms. Arranged with Pathological Remarks on 
Diseases of the Skin. Edited by C. J. Hempel, M.D. 515 pages, 1 50 

The Venereal Diseases, their Pathological Nature, cor- 
rect Diagnosis, and Homoeopathic Treatment. Prepared 
in accordance with the Author's own, as well as with the experience 
of other Physicians, and accompanied with critical discussions. 

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Translated, with numerous and important additions, from the works 

of other authors, and from his o^vn experience. By C. J. Hempel, 

M.D. 428 pages $3 00 

This is the most elaborate treatise on the subject in print. The work is divided 
into four divisions, of which the first treats on Primary forms of Venereal Diseases, 
in four chapters ; on the venereal phenomena in general ; the different forms of Gon- 
orrhoea ; the various forms of Chancre ; and other primary forms of Syphilis. The 
second division : On Secondary forms of Syphilis, treats in three chapters, of Secon- 
dary Syphilis generally ; syphilitic cutaneous affections and intermediate forms of 
Syphilis. The third division : General pathological observations on Syphilis and its 
course generally, in three chapters ; pathological nature and origin of Syphilis ; on 
venereal contagia; general development, course and termination of Syphilis. The 
fourth division : General therapeutic observations on the treatment of Syphilis ; 
general diagnostic remarks ; general therapeutic observations ; Pharmaco-dynamic 
observations, and Addenda. 

INDEX to the first eighteen volumes of the North American Journal 

of Homoeopathy, . . . . . . , . . . 2 00 

JOHNSON, DR. I, D. Therapeutic Key ; or. Practical Guide for 
the Homoeopathic Treatment of Acute Diseases. Third edition. 
312 Images. Bound in linen, ...... . 1 50 

Bound in flexible cover, . . . . . . . .. 2 00 

This has been one of tlie best selling works on our shelves : more copies being 
in circulation of this than of any two otlier professional works put together.. It is- 
safe to say that there are but few Homoeopathic Practitioners, in this country, but 
have one or more copies of this little remembrancer in their possession. 

JOSLIN, DR. B. F, Principles of Homoeopathy, In a Series 

of Lectures. 185 pages, ........ GO 

Homoeopathic Treatment of Epidemic Cholera. Third! 

edition, with additions. 252 pages, ....... 7.5, 

This work offers the advantage of a threefold arrangement of the principal medi- 
cines, viz., Avith reference, I — to the varieties of cholera : II — to its stages ;. and III — 
to its symptoms as arranged in repertories. These last will give the work a perma— 
manent value in treating the more frequent complaints of summer. 

KREUSSLER, DR. E. The Homoeopathic Tj-eatment oF 

Acute and Chronic Diseases. Translated from the German,, 

with important additions and revisions, by C. J. Hempel, M.D.- 

190 pages, ............... 60 

The author is a practitioner of great experience and acknowledged talent. This 
work is distinguished by concise brevity and lucid simplicity in tlie description of ' 
the various diseases that usually come under the observation of physicians, and the 
remedies for the various symptoms are carefully indicated. Dr. Hempel had inter^ 
spersed it with a number of highly useful and interesting notes, which. cannot fail to, 
enhance the value of this work to American physicians. 

LAURIE, DR. J. Homoeopathic Domestic. By A. Geraed 

Hull, M.D. Small edition. 264 pages, . . .... . 60 

Elements of Homoeopathic Practice of Physic. An Ap- 
pendix to Laurie's Domestic, containing also all the Diseases of the 
Urinary and Genital Organs, 372 pages, 1 00 

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LAURIE, DR. J. The Parent's Guide. Containing the Diseases 
of Infancy and Childhood and their Homoeopathic Treatment, to 
which is added a Treatise on the Method of Rearing Children 
from their Earliest Infancy ; comprising the essential branches of 
Moral and Pliysical Education. Edited with additions by W. 
Williamson, M.D. 460 pages, 1 00 

All the diseases to which children are liable are described in this volume with 
remarkable conciseness and accuracy, and their treatment is indicated in such plain 
and precise language that no intelligent parent can have any difficulty in bringing 
them to a satisfactory termination. 

LAURIE AND McCLATCHEY. The Homoeopathic Do- 
mestic Medicine. By Joseph Laurie, M.D. Ninth American, 
from the twenty-first English edition. Edited and revised, with 
numerous important additions, and the introduction of the new 
remedies. By R. J. McClatchey, M.D. 1044 pages, . . 5 00 

" We do not hesitate to indorse the claims made by the publishers, that this i^ 
the most complete, clear and comprehensive treatise on the domestic homoeopathic 
treatment of diseases extant. 

" This handsome volume of nearly eleven hundred pages is divided into six 
parts : 

"Part one is introductory, and is almost faultless. It gives the most complete 
and exact directions for the maintenance of health, and of the method of investi- 
gating the condition of the sick, and of discriminating between different diseases. 
It is written in the most lucid style, and is above all things wonderfully free from 

" Part tioo treats of symptoms, character, distinctions and treatment of general 
diseases, together with a chapter on casualties. 

" Part three takes up diseases peculiar to women. 

" Part four is devoted to the disorders of infancy and childhood. 

" Part five gives the characteristic symptoms of the medicines referred to in the 
body of the work, while 

" Part six introduces the repertory." — Hahn. Monthly. 

" Of tlie usefulness of this work in cases where no educated homoeopathic phy- 
sician is within reach, there can be no question. 

" There is no doubt that domestic homoeopathy has done much to make the 
science known ; it has also saved lives in emergencies. That practice has never 
been so well presented to the public as in this excellent volume." — New Eng. Med. 

LILIENTHAL, DR. S. Homoeopathic Therapeutics. By 

S. Lilienthal, M.D. Editor of North American Journal of 
Homoeopathy, Professor of Clinical Medicine and Psychology in 
the New York Homoeopathic Medical College, and Professor of 
Theory and Practice in the New York College Hospital for Wo- ^^ 
men, etc. 8vo. Second edition now running through the press. . 5^ 00 

" Certainly no one in our ranks is so well qualified for this work as he who has 
done it, and in considering the work done, we must have a true conception of the 
proper sphere of such a work. 

" For the fresh graduate,' this book will be invaluable, and to all such we un- 
hesitatingly and very earnestly commend it. To the older one, who says he has no 
lise for this book, we have nothing to say. He is a good one to avoid when well, and 

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to dread \y\ieii ill. "We also hoj)e that he is severely an imicum." — Prof. Sam. A. 
Jones in Avierican Homceopathist. 

" It is an extraordinary useful book, and those who add it to their 

library will never feel regret, for we are not saying too much in pronouncing it the 
best work on therapeutics in homceopathic (or any other) literature. With this under 
one elbow, and Hering's or Allen's Materia Medica under the other, the careful ho- 
moeopathic practitioner can refute Niemayei-'s too confident assertion, ' I declare it 
idle to hope for a time when a medical prescription should be the simple resultant 
of known quantities.' 

" Doctor, by all means bay Lilienthal's Homoeopathic Therapeutics. It contains 
a mine of wealth." Prof. Chas. Gatchel in Ibid. 
Peof. S. Lilienthal, M.D. 

" Dear Sir : It is so seldom that a really excellent book appears in the homoeo- 
pathic market, that I feel it a duty to greet book and author, when such a rarity as 
your ' Therapeutics ' makes its appearance. The more I peruse its pages, the more 
satisfied I feel with it. I shall recommend it to the students as a rich and trust- 
worthy treasury, from which they can memorize ' Materia Medica hints ' to their 
great advantage. It will give them a wonderful impetus in their life-work, the mas- 
tery of our voluminous Materia Medica." 

Very truly yours, E. A. Farrington, Philada. 

A Treatise on Diseases of the Skin. A new edition in pre- 
paration for the Press, ......... 

LORD, J. S. P. On Intermittent Fever and other Malarious 

Diseases. 341 pages, . 2 50 

In an introduction of forty-seven pages, the author lays down his theory, and 
substantiates his views by a record of two hundred and fifteen cases of ague of all 
kinds, giving their treatment and a running commentary thereon. To these a very 
copious double index — one to the remedies and the other to the symptoms — serves 
as a concordance. 

" We have no hesitation in saying that Dr. Lord's work is not only the best 
treatise on malarious fevers our school has produced : it is also one of the best, if not 
the very best work on medical practice that has issued from the medical press in 
either hemisphere for many years." — From the British Journal of Homoeopathy. 

" In one word, Lord's Intermittent Fever is a practical ivork, based on experi- 
ence, and we advise our readers ' Machs nach, aber machs reclit nach,' study it tho- 
roughly, apply it thoroughly, and hold on to the many tyings which are true and 
practical in it." — N. A. J. of Horn. 

" This work is purely clinical, being a faithful record of the observations of an 
intelligent, thoughtful, and painstaking practitioner, extending over a long period 
(twenty years) in regard of the causes, pathology and treatment of intermittent fever. 
. . . . Two hundred and fifteen cases of ague, of all kinds, are given, together 
with their treatment, and a running commentary thereon."— ^aAw. Monthly. 

LUTZE, DR. A. Manual of Homoeopathic Theory and Prac- 
tice, designed for the use of Physicians and Families. 
Translated from the German, with additions, by C. J. Hempel, 
M.D. From the sixtieth thousand of the German edition. 750 
pages, ............ 2 50 

This work, from the pen of the late Dr. Lutze, has the largest circulation of any 
homceopathic work in Germany, no less than sixty thousand copies having been sold. 
The introduction, occupying over fifty pages, contains the question of dose, and rules 
for examining the patient, and diet ; the next sixty pages contain a condensed patho- 
genesis of the remedies treated of in the work ; the description and treatment of 
diseases occupy four hundred and eighteen pages, and the whole concludes with one 
hundred and seventy-three pages of repertory and a copious index ; thus forming a 
concise and complete work on theory and practice. 

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MADDEN'S UTERINE DISEASES, with au Appendix, con- 
taiuiug Abstracts of 180 Cases of Uterine Diseases and their Treat- 
ment, together with Analytical Tables of Results, Ages, Symptoms, 
Dose, etc. ; to which is added a Clinical Record of Interesting Cases 
treated in the Manchester Homoeopathic Hospital. Ill pages, . 50 

MALAN, H. Family Guide to the Administration of Hom- 
oeopathic Remedies. 112 pages, 32mo. Cloth, ... 30 

TICE. Designed for all kinds of Domestic Animals and Fowls, 
prescribing their proper treatment when injured or diseased, and 
their particular care and general management in health. Second 
and enlarged edition. 684 pages. 8vo., 5 00 

" The introduction contains directions for the examination of animals, for find- 
ing the pulse, regulation of diet, rules for the administration and repetition of medi- 
cines, etc. 

" Chapter II gives full directions for the choice, training, breeding, general man- 
agement, etc., of all domestic animals, including fowls ; while the following chapters 
take up the various diseases, which are accurately described, and the homoeopathic 
treatment carefully given. 

" Chapter XV is devoted to the Materia Medica, and constitutes a very valuable 
portion of the work. The characteristic indications for the several remedies are here 
so carefully given as to enable the amateur even to prescribe with accuracy and 

" The book is well illustrated, handsomely printed, and strongly bound in half 
morocco, making a volume which does great credit to the publisher, and which may 
be honestly recommended by the profession." — American Journal of Horn. Mat. Med. 

" The work is, witliout doubt, the best of its kind we possess. We refer with 
much pleasure to the Materia Medica part, and the indications for the remedies and 
the directions for their use." — ■ U. S. Medical Investigator. 

" In order to rightly estimate the value and comprehensiveness of this great work, 
the reader should compare it, as we have done, with the best of those already before 
the public. In size, fullness, and practical value, it is head and shoulders above the 
very best of them, while in many most important disorders, it is f;ir superior to them 
altogether, containing, as it does, recent forms of disease of which they make no men- 
tion." — Hahnemannian Monthly. 

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have ever published, is to tell but half the truth. In its specialty its contents are in- 
valuable. Of our own-knowledge it has already done good service. As adapted to 
the treatment of horses especially . . . it is nearly perfect. — John Rogers, V. S., 
in U. S. Medical and Surgical Journal, Chicago. 

MARCY, DR. E. E. Homoeopathy and Allopathy. Reply to 
an Examination of the Doctrines and Evidences of Homoeopathy. 
By WoRTHiNGTON HooKER, M.D. 144 pages, . . . . 50 

MARSDEN, DR. J. H. Hand-book of Practical Midwifery, 
with full instructions for the Homoeopathic Treatment 
of the Diseases of Pregnancy, and the accidents and dis- 
eases incident to Labor and the Puerperal State. By J. 
H. Marsden, A.m., M.D. 315 pages, cloth, . . . . 2 25 

METCALF, DR. JAMES W. Homoeopathic Provings. 

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Containing the Vienna Provings of Colocynth and Thmja occidentalis, 
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milhomens, Arsenicum metallicum, Artemisia vulgaris, Aster ias rubens, 
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MILLARD, DR. H. B. The Climate and Statistics of Con- 
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pages, 75 

MORGAN, DR. W. The Homoeopathic Treatment of Indi- 
gestion, Constipation, and Haemorrhoids. Edited with 
notes and annotations by A. E. Small, M.D. 166 pages, . . 60 

Diseases resulting from irregularity or debility of the digestive organs are so fre- 
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The Text-book for Domestic Practice ; being plain and 

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MORGAN, DR. J. C. Diet of Infants and Young Children, 15 

MUNDE, DR. CHAS. Hydriatic Treatment of Scarlet 
Fever in its Different Forms ; or, how to save, through a sys- 
tematic application of the water cure, many thousand lives and 
healths, which now annually perish. Being the result of twenty- 
one years' experience, and cure of several hundred cases of eruptive 
fevers. Fourth edition. 92 pages, 50 

MURE, DR. B. Materia Medica ; or, Provings of the Principal 

Animal and Vegetable Poisons of the Brazilian Empire, and their 

Application in the treatment of Diseases. Translated from the 

French, and arranged according to Hahnemann's Method, by C. J. 

Hempel, M.D. 220 pages, 1 00 

This volume, from the pen of the celebrated Dr. Mure, of Eio Janeiro, contains 
the pathogenesis of thirty-two remedies, a number of which have been used in gene- 
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NEIDHARD, DR. C. On the Efficacy of Crotalus horridus 
in Yellow Fever; also, in Malignant, Bilious, and Re- 
mittent Fevers. With an account of Humboldt's Prophylactic 
Inoculation of the Venom of a Serpent at Havana, Cuba. 82 j 

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NEIDHARD, DR. C. Diphtheria, as it prevailed in the 
United States from i860 to 1866. Preceded by au Historical 
Account of its Pheuomena, its Nature, and Homoeopathic Treat- 
ment. 176 pages, . . . . 1 25 

Tliis treatise is the result of the author's researches, and experience gained by 
attending about one hundred and eighty malignant or severe cases of diphtheria and 
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On the Universality of the Homoeopathic La^v of Cure, 30 

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RAU, DR. G. L. Organon of the Specific Healing Art of 

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RAUE, DR. C. G. Special Pathology and Diagnosis, with 

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SCHAEFER, J. C. New Manual of Homoeopathic Veter- 
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H. HoLCOMBE, M.D. Eighth edition. 311 pages, 

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TESSIER, DR. J. P. Clinical Researches concerning the 
Homoeopathic Treatment of Asiatic Cholera. Translated 
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Clinical Remarks concerning the Homoeopathic Treat- 
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Diseases of the Nervous System, to which is added a Trea- 
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Causes that Operate to Produce the Permature Decline 

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"WOLF, DR. C. W. Apis Mellifica ; or, tlis Poison of the Honey- 

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Becker, Dr. A. C. On Consumption. 

Boenninghausen, Dr. C. Therapeutic Pocket-bouk. 

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Gollman, Dr. W. On Diseases of Sexual Organs. 

Hahnemann, Dr. S. Materia Medica Pura.. 

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Homoeopathy a Principle in Nature. 

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